Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
January 23, 1914
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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National Prohibition Day


January: 15th was , as thought on 14:14, ..

Y .-u-- Amendment Day to be observed by Joint resolution introduced into ,
:New Were 'Received' and Thieves. Secured About" $300: Worth all white ribbons as a day of fastingand Congress by Hon. Richmond Pear- Cousty tsaodatlo to Meet at 'Hamptoa T .I :
of Postage ,
1 a Bountiful Free Dinner -Stamps* prayer for victory in this .cause. son; Hobson Mrs Chan y. Saturday, Jan. :t. Prokses( to Be ltIore"flntertsimr.! ', i

Lawtey, Jan. 21--Great excitement ;A uniform program was preparedfor Prayer servi e-c, conducted by Rev.B. (Benefidal This'Year j
Wu Served The Bradford Teacher'i'Associatoin ., .
prevailed here" this, morning. when itwas the.9ic sion and,the Starke;fUnioa. T. Rape.. | meeting County'will be held at 'rhmEver.: 4l iie I

'1 learned_that the "postoffice had joined i .in. its .r nd ring. There Song-.God Speed the Right.- '

i. J. J: Dickison Camp ,No 1617.: U. been broken into during. the.night and was a good:attendance both morning '. Scripture reading, Mark, 11: 22-24- Hampton. Fla., Saturday. ,January24th ; clr .n.i the ; 1
..' beginning at nine .o'clock: and ; JS .fD,, girl P
C. held one of the the safe blown open. Both outer and and afternoon. Mrs. Scott our Mrs Andrews-. '
.V. .ciub
largest and canning work of i
r ending .at ,three-thirty, and the, .following the countypromises
inner doors demolished faithful who has laboradso Thoughts on "Before they call I
most enthusiastic meetings in'the hsi- were badly president, !
been to'bi'very interesting this
but the vault for hi this work will ''answer. 'Mrs. Carrie' Mills program ; prepared: : _.
. safety deposit inside the earnestly ,
of years
tory, the organization 'last. Men- In\'ocation-ReV'. John Mullady. year. Already 94, boys, who ,wish to ,
1day.a safe was'undisturbed.. In an liter was at her' best both in ideas, enthusiasm Plans for National Prohibition cam
Welcome Address-Mapor Jasper ?, acre_of,corny and. become
piew with Deputy Postmaster Loweryit and new clothes. paign-Mr. Scott. \
.The ,
camp the morningand Allen. growers of Bradford, .coun .
learned that bout $300 worthof :Th\l choir was composed of Mesdames PrayerAdjournmenCAfternoon: ,
pt attended' to the routine of business Response-R.. B. Jackson. competitors,.the title..of.champioa j ton hand and then"adjourned:to enjoy stamps were taken, but to money. Darby, Phillips,. Gray, Ray Methods of teaching history- Prof. .with the possibility .of \tinning'aI" \
Jim The burglars enterea'ty'cuffing th Turner, Gunter Jones, Futch and Song-"All Hail the. Power of Jes- ,
[ bountiful dinner"prc 1ided by the G. ,H. Williams.. state' pme.have.; enrolled as .members. \
panel out of 'theffn't; door Five Miss Mary Warren. The were us Name.
songs '
1 ladies of Starke. Many of the boys i isC&ssion-Miss Dorrie Hatchen To accomplish 'this result it '
panes of glass were broken put of the fine and inspiring. The Union is in- Scripture reading; Joshua' 1:6-9, I .
spoke; of \he difference' between. /:the : .... How to teach Expressive Englishin will be necessary for. them to study \ ;
office of Dr. Brown, which was next depted to Rev. B T. Rape for valuable Mrs. Stewart .
*sumptuous fare before :them and'th the GrammarGrades--MlssMary the bulletins of the,department of agriculture .
door, fotprmts. were discovered help in..the morning and to Rev. Song "We March to Victory. '
[ ,. farmers' .co-operative. .,
scanty rations that starved them n- McKinney. \
.. under each window. Theynext visited E. A. Sherrod for the same in the af- Short address and prayer on power '
ito submission in 1865. Discussion-Misses Lois Peek and onstration .branch, the first one of.
the general store of R. R. Thede ternoon. Rey.-E. A. Sherrod. :
Ina Crews. which Wilt be "The Preparation of the
Following is the of adjoining Dr. Brown's office,, where Informal discussion on,'"What.this ,
will \
Morning. Soil? It teach them
Increasing the howto prepare -, '
proportionate enrollment
;the day's proceedings: they removed a panel out of this door movement, means to me." : ;

.., The camp- was called' to order also and entered. The noise madein SOn&-"How'' Firm a Foundation.1 Prayer service: Rev. Sherrod, in the High School, department a seed bed properly, by first, ,;
( L. ,A..Jett.Discussion breaking the land thoroughly with x ;
promptly at 10:30 o'clock a. m. at entering was heard by Mr. Thede, Crusade Psalm 146, I Songs, -"Onward Christian Sol. i
S. A. plows ; -:;1!, scfficientiyjlarge and '
the court house by; the captain cornPraise who fired several shots through the sively.,, j I diers." Draper. : 'i l
Crusade here How to deal with a child.that has heavy.w, esoil.all grass, ,
hymn. A the
_er. windows, which frightened the burglars paper'on influence of t
been taken oi school. the weeds stalks and whatever will '
Those who heard the reports "Speak to the children of Israel dity-Mrs. Freeman. "- out during '
away. _
.. offered by; Rev. B. T. Rape. term-Miss Notre M. Johnson... add humus or litter, to the soil After 1
The roll of the members of the of the explosion said it was between that they go forward, Ex. 13:15, Mrs. Why I am a White Ribboner- .'
J. Discussion Miss Mary Riherd.; this has been done a few weeks a disc .
alarm Phillips. Mrs. t
1 and 2 o'clock. No ScottAdjournment
camp was called by Adjutant S F.forgan was School government-Address by harrow should be run over the ground .-
given out until nearly daylight, whenanthorities' Reading-Proclamation for National with
;, the following members prayer. to cut the litter that has ,
angering by Supt. F. G. Sch ll. up bees .
; in every direction were)I Prohibition, Mrs. Graham. This meeting was held in the Math-
the roll call. How the tobuild turned in,and also to break the
community helps up -
notified to be on the lookout for suspicious Prayer-Mrs. White. odist church and was one of the most ; : '
.:j W T Weeks, .captain commander,, tear down .school Truman soil .
or a
looking characters. Scripture reading, Ephesians 6:10- enthusiastic the local union has yet up {
John Croft Then
second' C D 18, Mrs. Colley.SUFFRAGETTES. G. Futch. follows ,the propper'spaciigof :
TGriflfiis: third"lieutenant. S F Morgan enioyed. Discussion-Prof. Wk F. Osteen. the rows, which ,means a great I 4

f adjutant, W M Tison, L U Morgan DEATH OF MRS. ANNA UDDON The psyc;(Ioy of tsaching-Dr. deal to the.crop. Possibly the' inter .' i ':

J' C Haislop, T W Sweat, J W Nichols Mrs. Anna S. Liddon died suddenly A LA MODE BEWARE OF THIEVES I' John A. Thackston. ligent application of. fertilizers has. amore

; D J Byrd, T P,Register, JM of asthmatic trouble Satrday (By a Modern Cassandra.). This is the season of beggars", hoboes All of these papers or discussions to do with the yieding oL.the:, 1. j

r Rimes,W S Green, G D Dyal, Gilbert night at.the home of her grandson, yeggmen;"fakers and thieves in are: not to exceed fifteen minutes in| crop than any other one thing ex-

..;Hollingsworth; T F ManseH Alex Hon... E. S Jlatthews.Mrs. 0 hubby dear, do hand me my coat; Florida. They come here from every ,,length except the one by Dr. Thack- ceptt the weather. The proper seed .1.1

Da1. John Chaplain, S'' J Purdom. Liddon had been visiting relatives I've got only ten minutes to go and point of the compass and overrun the ston which is to be forty or' fifty minvtes. ': planted under.right conditions is sure" t

[',Wm Lake, J J Sparkman. J E'Black, at Live Oak and other cpints vote.. I state every winter. They wont work I bring better results, than indiffer:

S,0'Roberts. and had stopped here on her way; to Is. my hat on straight, and how is my. and yet they eat and live. ,In fact,I i Committee: A. Draper, L.. A. ; seed planted by haphazard meth- J.

;t The camp then proceeded to take her home in Ocala when \death overtook hair I they all seem to live their allotted Jatt and W. F..Osteen.. ods. Possibly the .cultivation of the I, .
her. A sight-well I don't allY more crop will put to test the skill of the. '
iop the general order of business. I time, for wo see the same old faces n ,

The order was the election of Mrs. Liddon was a resident of care! I year after year, and sometimes a new NOTICE.We boys more titan any; other one thing .,
delegates to the general r -union. to Bradford county; for many years. And whede is my automoble? one, but we seldom miss an old one. will be at the following named that they will have to do. All these .

held at Jacksonville 'April 29, 30 She first lived in Fort CaR section I must go and get Mary Nobh. i As wo have said, they won't work, places on the dates stated.therein for things and more will be taught to "

'rand May 1, ISll, ,and. the .followng, and then came to Starke where she The cock hasn't come and kiddies and the only; alternative is to beg or the.purpose of assessing and coil d. the boys who enter the work' with

(delegates were chosen: resided for several years, later goingto not dressed, to steal. Many prefer the latter. ing taxes torwit the proper 'Spirit and'determination.'

_:; L W Kickliter, John Croft and D J Ocala to: live with her children. But hubby'*"""'dear, you must do your. According to the newspapers, these Raiford, Monday Jan. 26 a. m. .The girls'canning 'club work will k i

-Byrd| ; alternates, T P Register, .Gil- The following tribute to Mrs. Lid best, : Itinerant thieves are operating extensively Johnstown, same day p. m. be a means of,teaching the girls many ,

:E bert, Hollingsworth ,and C. B Griffis.'. don appeared in theOcala Banner: For fair womanhood has at least ia many Florida citias. In Guilford'Tuesday; Jan. 27. a. m. lessons that'will be helpful to' them .

( 'The adjutant was instructed to no- Mrs. Liddon was seventy- ?ven reached her station view of this fact, Mayor E. E.>Cano: Thomas school house same' day p. m. both at. home with their mothers and iI I :;
f the who rein And will now"wield her sceptre to va has requested us to issue a warning Providence, Wednesday Jan. 28. 1 :
of;tall members o camp in their own homes in after }
years of age, sad for number of the'nation. years. ':o>;i.A
arrears with their dues.from. save .in'his name to the citizens to ben Midway, Thursday Jan. 29 a. m. I !'j-I f
had made her home m Ocala 1t They are first Jtht how tq prepare .:
years 1:1:
My heart aches so till Its perfectly I II .
their Blair ml :
Jan11914. guard against thieves and same day '
to p.
11913.; '
t1 '
n. Son the soil for" the'hom 4'
with the family of her Mr.' G. garden, when -
The application, W.. A.. Boals, sad.Children. 1 to lock their doors carefully at night Worthington, Friday Jan. 30. a. m. .>,
T Liddon. She was a very lovely j I to plant,. what kindofseed, to
,, ,
are such cares, SB horribly The members of the force Dukes same' ,1 j
;,T. D. Dukes and L J.. Purdon .for police Lavs day p. m. ili
and devoted mother <
woman, a loving how to 'cultivate. how to and
baY! : prune
; and they received orders to take.aU suspicious Lake Butler, Saturday'Jan'31. .t
fraembership.were presented,
and grandmother, and in the home 'Noble off I why it should,be done when and how- :
Come ,
were enrolled-. members of:the and onj Mary characters into custody; or;to keep Theresa, Thursday Feby 5a. m.:. 1
where she has been .both ItLl
.;..ounp.L to the 'polls; them moving'when .they cone. to I. Hampton, saute day'p. D to stake ,The lessons are. first taught ; .; ;
grandmother for she !
so many years We can hardly make it to save our by'.raising .tomatoes ..because' .
) The camp .was. .:.then conducted will be sorely missed and by ,, ; Starke. vt Lawtey; Friday Feby. ,6. they ,1 ;
'b.the-! grand,jury ,room :of ,the court: an of the very members of her* family, .acme.. ; Brooxer' Saturday. Feby 7.' a. m. are more universally used than other : :: .' : i'
;house, where the tidies had*prepared whom' she visited frequently.; She ,Only six minutes, and -I -must'get, .. t. CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION. N. D. WAINRIGHT,.Tax Assr. vegetables.In' eobnedicD"'with.this. <: !", '.1'. ,:

the sumptuous repast'for,the veUHerans acfive and my; new hatt J.P.Roberts, of the' .Laie City B.:M DOWLING Tax.CoL' work:many, other Jessonsrare.:.taught.' .-' II'f
was healthy wo.
very : !
which .was,partaken of ,aDd .man:up\unt3 the hour of aerxlesth; Have'JOu'eeJ Mrs. Smith'sspitefal postoffice, conducted a civil service by the canning lady agent,, who vis- .' f-1 ii
:.'enjoyed by them. cJd.-cat! examination..1ast Saturday .There' CHARGES-UNFOUNDED itg the girls"iii"'ffi & homes in add-. "# .t

\J was reassembled ir. the consequently even greater;shock her death than came had she as been an Not going--theTdd is jack? OEh sayl t were sixteen applicants, whose names Therecords-show that J. 'P. Wfl- tion to' the'' holding canning .part es."; ,ct' .

art room and was called to order an invalid. Just 'phone the M..D.' to come spend and addresses<<: follow: Trams was' arrested'',under, a' warrant There ,' many as 85,000 boys;: .

pby the captain commander. -" :the day ": Mrs. M.'A. Jones,Miss Lottie"Stafford issued on the day"llth day of August and 45,000 girls engaged in the club'! i i ,
s' &aaieiaeshr ie iiverediblf'Rev. Mrs._Liddon.wa ;a very loyal mem There goes that: Mre.. UpStart; 1913, charging'him with selling ;
|j able : le ,' B.:"L Blanchard, Pro!.' 'I. B: work. 'Everybody ehoold join in and; ;,
; per of the Baptist'church-,and'at the She'8 so smart;, .but TTl/give her'Before : a' second offense for which :
,:: E. A. Sherrod, of,.Starke, and* : Jackson, J. B. MCCe1Iy;T. J..Lowery, a- assisl'in.'this I great monument to: '
./. E.-'Black'Pd others.> ')7 >f funeral services;;jheld'Monday: horn- dart ,r "' Lawtey;bliss Olga E."Ward- LeLand charge he was held to the fan term make Bradford:county equal! !
Jo anrj
;, ;Crosses of honor were conferred'by mg at half past.nine o'clock, at the 'w*'join tbe.hike' and beginto A .3JroWn. ThosMt: Cdums;:Jason F. of the circuit court, at whicli term he county: in"the"development, of Ks rW I.

Mrs. J. M. Alvarez,. onibahaX of home of MrV G.lT. Liddon, Reyf Bunyan .strike V"Afl ,.. Brooks,Rrooker; MftekeH G,.liken, was convicted and is now serving a andjQie'quipmrolof; -

Kirby Smith Chapter, U. D. C., of Stephens officiated, assisted by ,the, balAeads- that, ilan'. -'#.-treat usiaLS Chas. C'JMattin/BeB; Chas:B. Roberts sentence,;of eighteen months m the and sources. prig:; for the 't........* its:boys> ,? l .
Gainesville, upon the,foBowing: vete- Dr. Gross of the, Methodist church: I N '- r r ; Graham L.c..Doane., WaKo; btateprison.The reward of the conviction ,:; ; ,>':, :; .I .

j';]*ns: John Croft, 'J. M.7Rfanes/and The Baptist 'choir, led by Miss Mar.gurite Horrors!; iny'hair'e cemingvdo! ni, Henry'' Bristoir=.Theresa; Lewis :] of parties selling liquor Was .Any'b7 wlshingitoithe' dnb} .-

; .P. Register. Porter, sang very beautifully !hata. Darnel! j Ritcn, Raiford., ". wl3bdraWn'until the first day of work'whom.'i' .h ve. not seen aJiool4'

i .Master JJ ms' WflBam .Brownie the three selections, "Nearer My God And tbiroan meant Ie Vote far, BIG SALTS!: ',OT:BOGS.. Septomier; '1913,; which'm' ,: k, .S pitdeatly write .me:at Dukes F& .Any'giia':. ;

presented the camp with a large eon.federate : to Thee," "How Firma Foundatwn,'" What's' _. 'Mr. D. W Hazen,:of:Brooker aeo- : the. duty of_ "ibi..county Conn wishing to join the tanning- dub-1V 0h

; flag which had;been :'the and -Kock.: of Ages." After the sweet There's cumbgg Mrs South what lion floM last wedc to Mr..J. T.'Rent miaesoasis to pay therewar&l'bers; which_ 'is,:
,property o! Joe Wheeler.Chapter, U. and simple service the body of Mrs, tike news? polls closed;fast six? es', of fhiscity, 82.head'of range lugs, ,was 1Ut script drawn the second tune the mama. to.Mrs., M ,Wrlliame. ,

.IX'C.:'iThe flag ws received by W, Liddon, was .jconveyed to Greenwood Wet,dearie; Pfl tell_you' the toting' the, a rek wttght-iof-which was: for the payment of.tiie burial of.Eliza Dukes,'''Fla: .>' 1

T :Weeks-captain{ ,eommaader,of,the cemetery*.:\where she.was'boned:. _-:!_ be., --its.mere Mde sticks. .. 8,000 pooids, an'acrtrage of approxiviately Albert;tfe' being. .the error of the Hoping, chi.!swill be {be',best;year,

eamp.' ' I
cpkffs of the Confedracy'tiiw' Liddon ie'survived ""by twq. 1'CIIeS- f .. ,> '.. W'!1'.:WEEKS work. I am yburs"for'service, '"-7 l
C. A. Liddon and Mr. G. T. And the afflktwn d Job, the cares Circuit; Clerk.:, ,. .
presented the flag and made.alvery; sons* Mr. ': *. ""< ..STABT FIXES Th. .. 0. ,L,,M1ZELL,. '' '
pretty picture. I Liddon'bkh; of this city, and m large of Moses; *- *_ ? .respoDIe to' an alarm 1Mt Ssti ,Special :Agent ; -f
humber of and other Or of Martyrs is nothing as the fire nmda.a JUDGE .GARDINER'S COURT. "
U on motion and end the amptiwtpted grandchildren an-.-'army. .. nrdcy department ,-. *
-.,tl /ladies'' for! 'furaisTiing' near rdatirei Two other 'sons, Mr.[ 'yet' hurried run to the north end of town, II-Judge Gardiner' scout Monday AN- "'EXPLANATION- TIn .

then such a bountiful dinner by arising M. R. 'Liddo : ""brjaeksonville 'andYr. /T*"the perfectly.peculiar trials,af where they found a fence afire wUch John Jones> colored, pleaded guiltyto the Bradford.Count/ Tints'last ,
suffragette 'p.s. tJiedJarIe of breaking and entering
Abe Liddon.of.Birminghampre- a poor had been ignited from burning
vote. week "Sam
'.' The camp adjourned. ceded: her to the grave, one last year t .-,_ An investigation, disclosed the .fact the stores:of"1'-V.'Jones and the 'county Simple"officials 'nnjuetry'for 'an eriticized -; ', -1

8 .F. MORGAN. AdJuUnt, and be other son about two- :years TELEGRAPH WIDELY: BEAD that the fire had been' started bysmall Hampton Hardware Co., at Hampton, printed 'in ithe Telegraph, for which error ",.

Most of the veterans appeared more ago: A South Florida paper printed an' boys who axe. in. tie habit ttf and was bound over' ,to the circuit the omoals.::were innomaBner rei- ; i

tefeebled than they have on former.occasions The ball bearers were Kessrs.1obn advertisement. for a man-who wanteda ; congregating i various parts of'the court:under a:bond of, $300, in default ponsible.' 'We keep the 'list f '

v:' of-meeting.. They .are aQ L'Edwards, G.,A. Nash-,M. M. Little, musical wife, but nobody, appliedfor '' city in order to smoke without the of-which he was committed to standing' m type in order'to pauper avoid re-
G. and W.. the ,Later the Telegraph re of their parents and who the county jailJoneswas ,
old men now and-their remaining: B. E. Raysor.l. ; Ferguson job. knowledge setting it every month and it, is .sup-. .
muchas D. Cann.Mrsr produced advertisement and commented are careless about where' they throw : first tried on a charge: '
years should,be ,brightened. posed to be'corrected and brought up'
poesibU by such.visible tokens'of 'M., 'Liddon'Jacksonville. ,, upon it.. ,A letter from the, c cigarette stubs and lighted matches. of larceny in.Justice Seal's court at to date every time it is printed,'b towing '

;:;love and respect of Southern menrwemenis a daughter-in-law' ,of. the deceased, South' Fonda 'paper- in question _informs This fire cost the taxpayers of the Hampton, but the state attorney,ordered to:the' rush' work incident to ''': _

'was. shown, to them on and Mrs. Annie Richard, of'Jackson- ''us'that- *has'rec iTed. numerous city $28 and inflicted a loss upon the a warrant-issued for Breakingand newspaper offices on press day we .
this: occasion,: vile/'Mrs. J. M. Dell of 'Gainesville, letters from matrimonially_inclined owner- of the property destroyed.It entering and the case was tried in failed to take out theitem that in. -

.:-_ '1'hIIBi meeting'of the amp win and Mrs. Clifford Raysor of Waycrossall ladies of-musical abilty which stat- would be advisable for .parents the 'county court with the result vited the unjust criticism"referred to. <:. __.. -

eib Jd ;cm.JIemoria\\Day. April. 2'jiand granddaughters, were here.Monday ed that the- -writers,had -seen the. ad-' to caution their children to be careful stated. -,. ...P:.! ....- :rz $I

ill"snould stive 'to make the ocitasioa'one present. at the ,funeral, of vertisement, the Telegraph. The in handling matches or fire. BUSINESS CHANGE''. <. .t ... ;

: tbat'urill gladden thefietirh"of Mrs. 'Liddon. foregoing facts prove two. things; COTTON. Mr.a A. Flitch. sold his livery \ 4

:? : the living as. well'as; to:pay We,- extend to the sorrowing sonsand namely, that people, read the. Telegraph Messrs. F. A. Scott.and J. W. Morgan There were.2661 bales 'of cotton feed and sale stable;- bb. ness' :and.goodwill '. l

f .tD..tlltd ad. ; :i ',' grandchildren'our sympathy in and that there,is .a large crop have returned tram their South ginned Bradford. county from the Monday to, If%/. W, :Edwards ':: ,
gf. "'' -t:*> '1f', .- ;; their bereavement,aad'Re know thatyears of musicalladies 'in,.the territory in 'Florida visit They .report business crop of 1913 prior,to January 1st 1914 ,.who WIll continue. the business, 3, F I 1 I:

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.. sF1t a .Jbrglie" JD :dear I how< Tm 'devotion- ::to: them'- '.win. ,t'make a claim for the shoe of the $50 ofie'red comes to soil and agricultural possibilities to January'lst'l913.N. ding to,.the equipment)and lmp rovrngF 't l "

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11 18 If you are in need of any Farming Implements come in and look my ,

; 1r1 r. Farmer: stock over. I carry the most complete line of farming. implements in the


county. I have Avery & Sons Plows; also other makes, Harrows, Cultivators Stalk Cutters, Mowing Machines

t. ; Rakes, Hay Presses, Gasoline Engines, Etc. Single and.Double Wagons. If you wish to paint your buildings I have two brands of the highest, paint.


i i Hardware, Ranges, Stoves DE WITT C. JONES Heaters, Lumber

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MAGIC FLORIDA result of extended droughts lastbg FLORIDA GETS GOOD SETTLERS

from one season to the next. Thereis -If FluUIiib Saved Hadn't Himself.displayed come
WHNUn( [ y YOU U NU[[
A Comparison Between Land of never a summer that brings a heat People of Education and Culture Set- unexpected energy today 1 should have :

Flowers and Golden West. and drought so intense; or a winter tling in the State fired him" '

---+- cold that the farm be kept "And what direction did his unexpected -

the The discouraged first thought and in burdened the'minds fami-of green arc, and not our mid-summer principal may cropping and midwinter sea-- Measured by the percentage of in- "He energy went out take and?" got himself an- A GENERAL( ( TONIC I TAKE( GROV&LI

crease, Florida's population is grow- other Job."-Louisville Courier-Journal.
and west is the
lies of the north, east
but. insted the most unprofitable. -
sons; ing twice that of the
preparationn for the cold periodthetime The spring and fall are our whole as rapidly but measured as the The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is Equal!
country; by
Nice For the Doctor.
when labor must cease and there- : We Valuable General Tonic because it Acts the Liver
greatest producing seasons. character of its popuation, it is increasing Little George (to physician)-Say. 1 as a on ,
)' for the income cut off-and all hover have four separate and distinct seasons four or five times as rapidlyas don't think you look like a duck. Doc- Drives Out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up

around the nest to keep from freez- and it is possible that four tor-Who said I did Little George-
crops that of the country at large. 'the Whole System For Grown People and Children.You .
ing. Not unlike the squirrell-during may be grown successfully upon the Florida is drawing to itself thous- Nobody. But mamma told papa you

the spring and summer they have to same ground in a single The was an old quack.-Chicago News. I
year. ands of the better class of American when Tasteless
winter: know what you are taking you take Grove's chill Tonicas
store for the fall and
away Florida farmer would be
disappointadif citizens the formula is label that it contains the well
men and women of educa- printed on every showing known
Thero thousands of people who To wait for what never comes to He
are his land did not yield $300 per acre tonic of and IRON. It is the
tion and character who are seekingthis properties QUININE as strong as strongest bitter
and abed and not sleep to serve and not beridvnpiffl.
are thereatened with hunger gross with each crop. The western state tonic and is in Tasteless Form. It has no equal for :Malaria, Chills and Fever,
as a permanent home.: are three things to die of.I'mverb. -
posure, in those unfortunate sections farmer may realize more net cash in Florida is thus building up.a citiz :'.- !Italau:! Weakness, general debility and loss of appetite. Gives life and vigor to Nursing
because they have to make prepara- a gross receipt of $100 but the receipts Mothers and Pale, Sickl'dren.. Removes Biliousness without purging.
ship made to large extent of
tion in six months for the whole year. are so much greater per acre up, a Relieves nervous dep low spirits. Arouses the liver .to action and
It is oftentimes evidenced that sturdy and the hazard so much less that the very cream of population from lures Old Sorss: Other Remedies Won't Cure. purifies the blood.* A nd Sure Appetizer. Complete Strengthener.No .
nearly all of the states in the union. should be wit aranteed We it. .
r of family .u. by your Druggist. mean 50c.T
men and women, to say nothing comparison is altogether in Florida's The worst cases no matter of how long standing,
the On the other hand the enormous are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.Porter' .
succumb to
frail and girls
Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves
immigration into the United Statesis
bites of the bitter cold in an effortto Should the western farmer be burn- Paia and Heals at the same time. 2Sc,sac.$1.QO
bringing an ever increasing num- (
provide the necessities of the ed out he must sit down and wait the ber of lower
o ,
homes. For seberal months childrenare whole year through to get another alien in every respect to our laws, Notice To The Trading
indoors with nearly all the
kept chance; should the same happen to and O L -- -
customs indeed to our ciilization .
ventilation cut off and subjected to a Florida farmer he has three more I
I itself. In former days nearly all of Public.On .
dreader diseases which find an ulti- chances before the Westerner gets an I
the immigration to this country was 9r ,ti I
in bitter death. it
matum only .
from Great Britian or northern Eu- account of other busi-
Make a comparison! farm hand in the west earning
the Scandinavians and Germans
rope; I have decided
ness to out
Three hundred and sixty-five days go
$2.00 per day would realize a greater
forming the bulk of the movement of
given sunshine and balmy of the merchantile business
are profit at half that amount in Florida population in olden times when the
breezes in Florida each year, and for the reason that he could work the and to close out I am offer-
of tho created such Safe in
opening up west A fire-proof home is not
there is never a day that one is uncomfortable year through without having to make a-rush of people from Europe to the ering some bargains. I quotea your

thinly clad in summer elaborate preparations for the wint- great western plains. These north- few prices as follows:
both necessarily burglar-proof
dress-wear. The laborers, a
work er.This ern European people are of kindred White Meat, per lb ____________12ftc
and old to and from
young go applies to the north and eastas
blood and kindred ideas in every respect Smoked Meat, per lb __________ 13ftc
with is
without jeopardizing themselves well which sections loss favored that both fire and burglar-proof is
are with the Anlo-Saxon element Sirloin Steak _________________15c averyexpenslveand
out feeling a single winter's pang.
than the west.
which has dominated the settlementof Round Steak -----______________15c
The garden and farm remaining green Florida's matchless climate after \
the United StatesOf Pork, per lb., from ______12Yzc to 15cI cumbersome thing .
the whole winter through, and the all is the foundation of her superiority. -
late years however, immigration have bought out the meat marketof
sweet melody of the many little .
are never silenced. from northern Europe has almost C. F. Massey and will appreciateyour It is also an invitation to thieves that you have valuablesin
Is this not argument sufficient for ceased, and, though the rush of for trade.
In the bitter cold, but golden west, house that worth
a descriptive booklet making known eigners to this country is on a scale: Shorts _______________________$UO your are trying for.
where thousands who attractedby
attractibe advertising are a far these facts? Wildwood offers the iiover dreamed of in the past it is Horse and mule feed ___.______ 1.73; Put that which you can't replace in one of our Safe

greatest opportunities and advantages made up of people from southern Europe -. Best Jap Rice, per sack ________ 4.00 .
not work than siy Deposit Boxes. Our steel vaults will -
mer can from
of any point in all this land of -Sicilians, Poles Hungarians Matches, per pkg ________________4c protect you

months consumed in in the growing year, which of one is usually staple magic why not make thorn known. Slavs from Russia and ethers. These. 2-pound cans tomatoes __________8c fire and Yale Locks not only keep out burglars but give

Wildwood' Record. People are not farmers, nor can they,i Lard, per lb. -_________________114 absolute
The western farmer is well you privacy.Bank.
except to a very limited extent, be Green Coffee, per ib.___________ioc ,
pleased with a gross return of $150
THE LAND OF OPPORTUNITY ,induced to engage in agriculturalwork. Charmer coffee, per can _______23c
to $200 acre-and under no conditions
per Since the blizzards They are not house servants No. 2 Tub ----________________53c
do they ever realize more than began sweep-
and, therefore, of no value in settlingthe Nellie King Flour, per barreL$5.30 of Starke
ing the Northern states this
$300" and more often $75; if unfortu- year
r ; nately one of those oft-repeatac the influx of people from that sectionto much vexed questions of servants, No.3 Tub, ---------____________65c
which is even worse in the north and Three Thistles snuff, 6 cans for25c .p
drouphts should prevail during the Florida has been much more pronounced west than in the south. They largely Sardines, per can -----___________4c
F crop season__and they oftentimes do They are coming down for Lima Beans, per quart __________15c --

-then they realize nothing. They are the winter-thousands of them. Other congregate in the cities in congest Galvanized buckets _____________20c . . .-. I OfaOh
t'. districts and become a serious menaceto "Battle Axe" Shoe, best on the mar-
thousands down witha
t then forced to through the entire are coming
the welfare of the country. The ket, every pair guaranteed solid
year at a dead expense. His only view of locating in Florida. Manyof leather r.

hope is to have a far mwith a hun- them want to buy and make permanent problem of assimilating them into our Shoes at 60 cents to $3.00 per pair

dred or more acres so that when for- homes here, and many others civilization is an entirely new one. It Gun Shells, per box _____________40c .

tune smiles upon him it smiles big want to invest here. is a new one of the last five or t.n cost.Good buggy whips. at absolutely first SrnoKiLrII

enough to hide the frown when it The most lattractive thing about years. Hats 50 _____
The total immigration into tae: : cents to _________$2.50
takes the opposite course the following Florida is its open door of opportunity Good N. 8 stoves _____________ 8.75 .
season. in every line. It doesn't matter United States this year will probablybe Good No. 7 stoves ____________ 5.75
Adversity in farming pursuits is what one, may want, it is hers for at least 15000000. The numebr /
When want bargains I
of foreigners arriving during the summer you
them if they after it and stay after /
;,,, very rarely realized and never as a go : ,I
and fall months have been
it intelligently and persistently.It very come to see me.

is climate, it is here; if it is batter muh larger than ever before in h3

FOR THE GRIP land than the other States haveit history of the country-Exchajc. J. C. CARTER, Starke, Fla.

is here; if it is favorable seasons, .

!ems bSometimetUwd With they arc here-in much of Floridaall SYRUP SELLING COMPANYSix 3ae I t

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Good ResultsA season is summer; if it is a chanceto -It. : ": : :; ::;
a great many produce a. greater and more profit- Mills in Hernando County Now 4arawwN a
a dvevC's, .' people use Peru- able variety of crops, it is here; if it Producing 150 to 250 Gallons.
N ,xd ax 'a na for the grip. is opportunity to invest in factories,

.': Some use it as in business o rany enterpris is Brooksvile.Plans are now on foot
noon as .the grip here. Florida is distinctly the homeof which will mature early in Januaryfor D all
s ., begins taking it They are here from the
? the formation here of
during the acute opportunity.-Florida Metropolis.What -
": stage of the disease which will have for its purposethe cN old
'" e "jimmy" pipe to favorite -
.' claiming marketing, exclusively, of Japa- your
x- for It great efficacy Killed the Adjutant. nese During the past two .
In shortenIng syrup. brand of
; "k cigars.
There Is a story of an English officer .
the disease months, there have been installed here
Colonel FitzRoy that dates back to
and especially six large, modern mills that are now
I860. FitzRoy when in India was possessed
i M.... Jane Gift.In shortening after stages. of an air gun. and one afternoon all turning out from 150 to 250 gal- These are a few winners:

Many people take It after they have he took a shot at an adjutant, lons ofsyrup per day and it is esti-

4 had the grip. Their convalescence Islow. bird which being an excellent scavenger. mated that the total output will reach
They have suffered along for a Is protected from injury by a fine close to 50,000 gallons. Astluvntrmatlted A. P.'H. Cortez Gonzalez & Sanchez
month or two, without any signs of of 100 rupees. Several people saw the Making syrup of Japanese cane is. when asked if nan I
Parteno NoteMitchell's
complete recovery. Then they resort bird heard would Bank
fall but no report There lit improved by
to Peruna as a tonic, with splendid a new industry in this country, and it /
tail "I think it
was of course a hubbub, and a court a
results. is in the Brooksville district that it '
would It ad-
of Inquiry was ordered to Investigate
Mrs. Jane Gift. R. P. D. 1, Athens, the bird's death. will be given the first test on anythinglike ditto to kin"Everywhere ,

writes Ohio. :whose"I think portrait I would appears have above been As luck would bare It. FitzRoy was a commercial basis. Until a Drug Store

dead long ago If it had not been for appointed president of the court the year ago all that was known of the .

Peruna. Six years ago I had la grippe finding of which was duly recorded as Jap cane was that it could be grown

very bad. The doctor came to see follows: "The court having carefully I here successfully without fertilizerand STARKE; FLORIDAFor
me every day, but I gradually grew Investigated all the evidence brought
t worse. I told my husband I thought before it has eome to the conclusion with comparatively little culti-.

I would surely die- if I did not get that the bird died of sunstroke. (Signed) vation. This statement attracted people are scraping 0 #t Oht Ohar

f, relief soon. Phil FltzRo Captain and President" growers and the manufacturers of off wall papers and coat
"One day I picked the
up newspaper -
1 and accidentally found a testimonial cane mills to such an extent that a ing with Washable Colors.

** / of a woman who had been Lines by a Sick Poet small quantity of syrup was mado as It's an improvement that is really a
"*' S cured of grip by Peruna. I told my Mr. william Watson when ill In Lon an experiment to test whether the addition '10\
to home-
husband I wanted to try it He went don and attempting a dinner for whichhe permanent Results UseFavorite ...
product would be marketable
e directly to the drug store and got a bad no appetite scribbled these providing of course that the qualityof i
bottle of Peruna., I could see the improvement lines on a scrap of paper which he profitable. the coating is right. Let Ui

in a very short time ana threw to his attendant: A thousand'cans were placed on show
was soon able to do my work. I con- sale and Fertilizers
tinued using it until I was entirely Strange sauce that's mingled with the anamp'e supply kept hereto youMasury's
cured." meat. test its keeping and shipping qualities ..
Strange meat that's mingled with the
Mr. Victor Patneaude, 328:! Madison in the summer time. The results <
sauce-In vainI J They the best
e .. St. Topeka Kaa, writes: "Twelve eat and. wond'rmg what and why 1 eat were eminently satisfactory, as it has c, Fbrfcclion Hat Colors I grow Corn, Cotton, Sugar Cane,
r years ago I had a severe attack of la Long for the porridge of my youth been demonstrated that the Sweet Potatoes and Truck.
grippe and I never really recoveredmy again. syrup in 24 shades
and white
health and strength, but grew -London Chronicle.All made from Japanese cane will not q Our Irish Potato Fertilizer easily leads all

,. weaker to work.every year uatil I was unable sugar or ferment and break the pack- They're the newest. Smooth as others in quality. Write for Booklet.q .

SSe! Asked. ages during shipment in the summer velvet-hard and
j "Two I non-
years ago began using Pe
"My dear of these time.It. We sell Early Rose No. 4 and
runa and it built up my strength so some days I will absorbent. They will not powder Red Bliss Seed

;1 that in a couple of months' I was able bring you"a string of perfectly matched has also been thoroughly dem- or rub off; will not scale. We Potatoes. Get our prices.
w to go to work again. This winder I pearls. onstrated that PERFECTION
Japanese cane is not guarantee FLAT
had another attack of la grippe, but "Forget those dreams. Harold"
+ "" Peruna soon drove it out of my sys yawned his wife. "Just bring me a affected by cold weather for syrup COLORS. Independent Fertilizer

tem. My wife and I consider it a string of perfectly matched sausages: and can be manufactured al through j Company

: .is. .household remedy." when you come home tonsht"-Chi-! the winter and that one planting will Quigley Lumber & Supply
Those who object to medicines Journal JACKSONVILLE: FLA.
liquid sago insure: a crop for from seven to twelve 3t
a ,can now obtain Peruna Tablets. 'f
fifteen I Company Starke Fla.
years.-Exchange __ ,

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which was given 800,000 I Very Monstrous Great Ship. H. C. RICHARD 6

of land by the state to build the her "Life of James IVMiss L ;
: LIVE STATE NEWS says that James was untlr- How About =
has announced that tolls must :
his efforts toward the realiza
Y paid at several points along the of a good Scottish fleft. In 1511 General InsuranceI '

nal. Tolls are being collected at building of the St. Michael, "a Your Title ?
Things That Are Happening In Florida as Told by f ;
en points, and run alway fromlO monstrous great ship was com

Our Exchanges. to 35 cents per lineal foot of "All! the woods in Fife save represent none but FIRST-CLASBc

In other words, if a boat is is had been laid waste to build ber." ompanies and will be constantly on the Better See Us

twenty feet long, the tolls will material was also Imported from alert to promote your Intere ta. GOAT .
,I I According to Lindsay this $
The latest statement on the cost of I i I Another industry was recently add- $2.00 at toll-stations, $3.00 ship which was 240 feet long anteecoarteoastreatmentto ail patrons.. Bradford Co.. Abstract

draining the Everglades places it at ed to the list of Miami's business enterprises $4.00 at'another, $5.00 at 36 broad "cumbered all Scotland A well written policy by a flnt-dau a

$$220,000,000. when B. Pride and C. B. $6.00 at another, and $7.00 at her to the sea." Iler sides were agent in a first-clsas company some CompanySTARKE

Daniel formed 11th. feet thick within walls of oak. times means much in case of loss by fire
a copartnership to
The Plant City banks show an increase she cost the king ail told, some FLORIDA"INACIASSBYITSELF" ,
'' in deposits of $231,301 for gage in the manufacture of stone j That Osceola county will He paid her dally visits when H, C. RICHARD Starke Hi ..rl

1913 over 1912. mantels, monuments, parquet floor-; 1914 make great strides in the in the roads, often dining and Y

ing, interior finishings and cut stone I road construction is evident to on board and exhibiting ber -I ,

The largest cargoes of sponges of all kinds. The gentlemen expect to one who observes the lords and 'ladles be brought j
do a good business there is oth-I( that him. Henry VIII. was covetous
ever seen in Tarpon Springs were unloaded as no are being made by the ..
there last week. er stone yard on the East Coast ex board of county but wben the singular request .. 't.i
preferred that James "would ,,
cept one at Fort Pierce.-Orlando Chairman E. L. Lesly stated to Henry the loan of the apple of 'J 1 '

# Richard Johnson, of Miami, was seriously ,! Sentinel. writer that the convicts are hare eye, the great St Michael the

wounded with a 22 rifle. He ready to go to work on the 1st reply was to tbe effect that if J

did not know it was loaded. Ft. Pierce is growing in populationand January, and will be worked for make peace with France he r

t, 1An importance and as is always the present, on the roads near command all his ships. Six BLUM'SSYLVAN

w town, Jamestown, has been case the postoffice business is one of mie, owing :to lack of means for after their king's death the 1
"*opened up in Brevard county near the surest indicators of advancement ing care of the prisoners in government sold this desirable i
Titusville Merritt's Island. An official of the camp to Louis XILA BUM'S
on departmentwas cages or other means of housing

I! recently in Fort Pierce, accord- not having been provided, making
Dealers in naval stores at Jacksonville ing to the News, looking about for a Mystery of Diplomacy.
that be
necesary they kept in disappearances, most mysterious
havo formed an exchange, which, now location in which to establishthe .
jail at night. __ the case of Benjamin Batnum. ,
it is claimed, will greatly aid the in postmaster. The tlawJlflll
present quarters Journal. vanished on Nov. 25. 1809. while _
dustry. have been outgrown and more s on a secret mission tor the WHISKEY || ,,

room is not only desirable but necessary The first regular daily mail foreign office. Vienna was the CHA3BLUMCO
The highest determined point in ..Y u. '
.-Times-Union Short Talks.In passenger servile by aeroplane n diplomatist's objective and. WHISKEY DIXIE'S ti
Florida is Mount Pleasant 301 feet
world was successfully a friend and valet in a post-

above the sea level, according to the the near future a tract contain. between Pablo Beach and Perleberg. a small posting FAVORITE

United States geological survey. The ing some 75,000 acres in Leon County Beach by Aviator George M. In North Germany bad been t
approximate elevation of the Here Batburst supped and
average '
will be used as alarge cattle ranch The mail pouch was i
; state is 100 feet above the sea.-De- awaiting the arrival of fresh
Land Record. for the breeding of pedigreed cattle. an elevation of about one Waking, be asked if the horses

; Last week the following men from feet directly in front of the main ready and passed out of the inn "YOU CAN'T HELP BUT LIKE IT"That's

St Augustine will be very gay this Chicago were in this city and madea trance of the Atlantic Beach to make inquiries. Eight people

winter with her automobile races, trip over the entire tract: E. G. by the aviator, who then him go out but none ever set eyes what they all say of Blum's Sylvan Glen. For ; -:

motor boat races, baseball with the Paulding, Arthur N. Foreman, E. about, landing his passenger at again. Various theories were a Generation the favorite whiskey of the South. Pure, ,

big league teams and amateur teams, Overfield, E. J. Magerstadt, C. N. entrance from the lawn. This afoot-Napoleon'. About three years spies ago> robbers in the: mellow, mild, smooth and aged. You can't beat it for

band conceits and various other so- I Thompson, C. R. Cave, W. C. Mc- vice will be repeated twice daily, near Perleberg a skeleton was quality. A trial order will convince you. Satisfaction and

cial features. The Ancient City is Gavock, John Wain, L. McWhorter, rying mail and small parcels, with a bole in the skull an quick delivery guaranteed. k

'i getting real festive. L D. Chase and Jas. R, Vaugh, from with any passenger who may a heavy blunt instrument Was

.); Jacksonville.The to make the air trip between of "the English lord." as Perle EXPRESS PREPAID
it : Jacksonville cut its death rate down people sarmlaed-LondonTailen 4 Full Quarts $3.20 6 Full
beaches. Quarts $4.50 ,
' The aviator ,
1 ,
[ nearly one point during the year 1913, s
people of Hernando county made more than one thousand 12 Full Quarts $9.00
a ; and lost than three-quarters of ,
.| more The Illegible Writer.
have themselves in the forefrontof
t 'ra. million dollars in its building oper- progressive put counties of Florida by cessful flights, without a serious protest which Michelangelo once WRITE FOR OUR BIG PRICE LIST .

', ': tions over 1912, according to reports cident, and is considered and! of to bis nephew against hIs send
voting in bond issues of $2000,000, of CHAS. BLUM COMPANY ,
\;from the health department and build best and safest man birds now in illegible handwriting will
which $150,000 is to be added to the
rating aeroplanes. a great deal of sympathy In the Established when '
ing department your Grandfather was a Boy
that had been voted
$100,000 aleady of modern sufferers from the f

'' jj Messrs. Connell and Schulz' who upon, and the entire amount.250000 For sometime Stewart has form of rudeness. It is contain Wanhoa No. 22 T '

I'; own one of the best farms in Citrus will bo used in constructing a systemof plugging ahead with a letter given in the "Life of ... "

[ ,I county, situated about two miles from hard surfaced roads throughout strides and last Saturday evening' never receive." a letter from you JACKSONVILLE, :: FLORIDA'

'I Inverness recently gathered from fifteen county, most of the roads to be built climax ws reached, when its being thrown into a fever be .

I acres 300 bales of pea vine hay, of vitrfied brck rock roads to b.3 constructed at a largely attended meeting I can read It. I am at a loss to

I, I which is said to surpass any other where the traffic is light. by a large majority t oincorpotate where you learnt how to write!

"'f' hay grown in that section. a city. Petitions numerously love here I believe If yon bad

A petition signed by 50 qualived praying that a charter be granted to the biggest ass in the world I
f The Jennings Herald is a new journ- would take greater care. I threw
;j! voters of New Smyrna was presentedto the new municipality have been
1 alistic venture, business men and citii last letter into the fire because ESTATECITY
the county commisioners last weak ured and the prelliminary steps REAL
i' of Jennings Hamilton county, not read It I cannot therefore
. ,;I ,seas having subscribed, sufficient stock to asking for the caling of an election at to provide for then ew order of I have already told yoo, and

I which wil be submitted the proposi ernment in that thriving town. repeated that every time
N. G. Buckley to launch the
"j. permit I tion of bonding for $40,000 for the the rapid growth which the town Sc."A a letter from you fever'attacks AND
issue out thai COUNTRYr
The first on
i paper.9th insL, and if succeeding weeks I purpose of acquiring, building, en.; been enjoyng it became eident I succeed in reading It."

larging, urnishhig and otherwise improving to meet the changing conditions
.i| produce as good a paper the people school buildings and grounds.An power must be gven officials Insurance and Assurance. Property bought, sold or exchanged. Large and small tract of "

r} there will have little cause to com election was called by the board to ; handle the busines and that the were talking the little group nnimprored land Farms and farming lands. Abstracts secured .
':.. plain. about the words Insurance and titles perfected. ;
alternate was through the
ba held on February 10,1914, as requested some claiming that the

Heirs of persons who held old Spa power granted under a city and some that the second was the SfARKE, ,
Stewart will be walcomed into
nish grants on property in Escambia word to use. W.
i county and in southern counties of Captain Bert Hiscock had the good. ranks of East Coast cities and with a scornful langb a Boston FLA. I 1

' ':: Alabama have filed suits to secure luck on Wednesday to harvest a crop sections of the state.-Ft in gold rimmed spectacles said: lib .,

ih. possession said property, which is of two sleek shiny porpoises, nd when News. are all very Ignorant Insur
Is and than
no better no worse
% valued at million dollars. Simit he had placed them in front of "Bob's''
many Each bas a special signifi
attracted 0. 0. Shaffer, of this place, who
ilar suits tried in Florida ,during thefc sporting goods store they drill and each is equally good in its
erates large on
last twenty years in which the orig- much attention. One of them exceeded power The place for assurance is
moved his machine to
K inal grants from the Spaniards were eight feet in length-while the Fivay, precaution is taken against a ,; j,
fe' all decided against smaller'was about six feet long. So he has a contract to put down a -against, that Is, death. Life
_ exhibited were i
well the of the
on premises
we should say It we spoke Favorite Fertilizers
opportunity to such
good an see
'. B the plaintiffs. Sisal, Hemp Company's Farm. perfect correctness. Tbe place for 'yI
handsome specimens at close rang
I The Kalem Moving Picture Comi does not often occur. They will be Company, which,owns a tract of is where precaution >is taken
such fire
an uncertainty as
tract of acres, has 300 acres one
has leased another large and mounted-Palm Beach '
pany preserved growth hemp and Mr. Shaffer burglary. Fire insurance
land in Jacksonvile, which insures the Post. Insurance, we should any".- I ,
that it constitutes the finest tract ;r,
f movie people remaining in that city .
he has 'n this
for a period of five years. Already That the lowly cabbage is not despised vegetation seen '
The tract is the of local
,JI* the Kalem Company has started the hereabouts is evident from a When Macautay Wat a Boy. I
= erection of a permanent studio. The deal consummated this week whereby ple and last week, E R. Wshingtpn one period of Li I boyhood Macau- -
this place, was installed there fancy was much exerrised by the FOR
:3studio will be equipped with everything J. R. Davis & Son entire .
The intendent The putting down of and terrors of the law He t
and the company will crop to S. P. James. t
if up-to-date well little plot of trruund at the back
and it is stated, is the first step ALL CROPS "
in all kinds have between seventy-fivo eighty
be able to make pictures and form ward the construction of a $ house marked out an bis own !
'. of weather and even at night acres planted to cabbage plant for the purpose of row of oyster shells which\ a Write for C.talocue.INDEPENDENT .
indications the yield will be
present one day threw nwuy as- ml>Mb .I
'< There seems to be a lull in the fiur- about twenty thousand crates. Whileno ing the hemp into finished straight to the tlrawing room ,

:.k ry between the tax commission and statement has been made by the it is also stated that the balance e bill mother was entertaining

', the assessors. The latter have been parties as to the price paid competent the tract will be put under visitors, walked Into the circle gl l
Jacksonville early in fair this year and that it is the said very Iwlenulf'Cursed be
; called to meet in truckers assert that it was a one.
get of the company to induce others for It is written, fursed Is'be
February. After the assessors .Bartow Couricr-Informant. FERTILIZER CO.
and resolute it is likely that plant to the extent of several renlncet!>. his: neighbor's land '
together .' "
-From G. 0 Trrrdfau'a"Ctrs
roads is Pasco and acres. The first planting was
the lines will be drawn and open bat- Next in line for good ."

tle will ensure. Such seems to be inevitable county, which comes forward witha dertaken as an experiment but JACKSONVILLE FLA.WE .

if the commission maintains bond of $150-000 in the special showing is of such a gratifiying Considerate.
it sstand that all property must be bridge and road district No. 1 for ture that the company will expand : at Ulidlulil. -My wife Is t -

assessed at its cash value. thirty miles of hard rock roads. District fast as their capital will permit ill, and the d wti>-says sne >u ust ---. -
vestigations have been made Then
\ no sudden sbnrk! Clinton
No. 2 has voted to issue warrants
Believed to be what is left of the indicate that there are several i are you doing here at the Hub at '
I to the amount of $65,000 for --
British schooner Gleanafton, aban- sand acres of similar land in I hour Clubleljrh; rill atraia to
roads radiating from Dade City
clay before the\ usual tune lest I i
stripped of do and northern Pasco
county i'
Boned after being .
and connecting wit hroads of the ad- i
ber a sboc-k.-Bot.tou TrauseriptThoughtful :
Gulf Christmas available for the of
masts by a storm on the joning counties' north and south, also production -,- i
week and then set on fire by and interested parties who have LANE
Tampa, by the way of San Antonio Husband. i i
passing craft in the hope of the plants state that the quality I ;
some and Brooksville by way of Blan- -Are you wearing those pretty
destroying the derelict, was towed into ton. yield; of the hemp are most 1 gave you for four birth 1

Tampa Monday. The revenue cutter ordinary.-Brooksville Argus. George Ue Xo. dear; I wa

Miami picked up the hulk about The truck-growers of Lee countyare It is rumored that Jim Foster the nail I'm using as I button iOuffi'fter

100 miles at sea. It contains psrhaps realizing excellent prices for Joe Thompson colored while rust m.-Vonktrra State> aian.A .

s 200, 000 feet of lumber, which will be their stuff that is now going forwardto ing at Snake creek, unearthed i, to Women 9 .

market That favored region lying thousand dollars. Joe ( Caution. &
salvaged. I will tell yon In poetry of sand
it does further south than to be the fortunate coon.
as any seems meter that yon are tbe light .I
Registration offices are now open in other settled portion of the Gulf the finding of the treasurer Ufa" Children .

every county in the state for the ben coast territory, produces earlier vegetables started for tow On some I right but don't do It wlttt the ; ,

efit of those who want to vote in the than any other section and Thompson induced Foster to go ."-Baltimore American. 1 t
June primaries. It is a new registration gets the benefit of the higher pries nearby farm house and borrow .

under a new law passed by the that prevail the opening of the sea. grubbing hoe. The unsuspecting Easy Work. : .
consider ,
(bitterly\ you
suppose .
bit legislature, known as the Bryan son. Much of the product of the ter went and when he was on his a triumph to make a fool of a Millinery Silks

primary law, and it means a fresh county comes from the islands on the Thompson decamped with all the I She-Oh. Branao! A triumph I +

start for everybody. You must reg. coast where there is hardly ever any Foster, it is said, will swear I done that was difficult> of _

fater again, no matter how often your winter-rarely frost enough to nip warrant for the arrest of : I .

registered heretofore, and the registration the tenderest vegetation. The growers -Miami Note in Times-l/aioa and Notions -

books will be open for sixty realizing $:.50 a crate for tomatoes Making Connection. '

days And another thing worth noting from $i to $5.50 for peppers To Care i Cold in One Day time- your Is mother hard. Bocket stops forbid-Yes: W 1i ;
i* that under this new law Democrat and one fortunate shipper receivedfor fake LAXATIVE BKOMO Quinine. It slam the doctor Florida
Couch mad Headacfce tad work off the you to eat Jam begins.
only will vote in Democratic two hampers'of cucumbers- DruniMi refund Wooer if it tail to i I York Boa t1 I 1

ptjibaricsLakeland Telegram. I Tampa Times. E. W. GROVE'S agnatvF .a each box. """ "" '''''''''''''''''''''''''''' +*+*4 .' i ii.
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Bradford County Telegraph'Local Blunders of Author I.. :NOTICE. 11111111111 + 1111 t
; The is gradually 'osi'ng
: c The late Guy uothl1y'ln; his novel : 111111.
outiiotonly in public but in business "Bride of the Sea." wakes a curious BAGCOOKING Take notice that I will on the first + CHURCHES ..

j 'and 'Long Distance Phone life. N olongcr is a man wantedin blunder. The period 'of the tory lathe Trursday: of March, 1914, or as soon, .... < t.
r i C' 'Numbel<4 Usa 'I r pffiejali> jif i ilwRt ti!';i&ifwn> as ft; year 1GTO, and toe seenejISId inDevonshire. thereafter as' I' nkyt be heard appfyfor .ttt'III.,t.t + :1+11 _IIII_ i Ii

"drinking man.'VrheJatrge( corpora- The uo\"ells. .wake, oue pardon for H.. B. Kerce.who was Baptist.

1* .' 'Published weekly, ..and entered i I t tions have rules which' prohibit the about of his cbaracters grow quite lyrical' Great" -Perfected" M. convicted" .of.?,murder ,at, the, Spring. Rev.: C. M. Britton, pastor. Sea,
; the splendid race of men'wbicn System by "
Bus- : day school'9:45 : '
employment men who drink. term of we Circuit'Court for Bradford m. Morning ,i- second fla ,matte.,> ., ... western'coiintrv"bay produced vice 11 o'clock
h -.1. .JJU iness': men: are 'refusing to employ .Soyer, Famous London Chef. county Florida in '1912. ? ; evening service, 7
!.*' -at Starke,.Florda____., : I.,:, .. ... . f.I J. ,' ', o'clock. Visitors cordially invited to'worship
lesson -
'This'should be to -
drinkers a - --- - Anyone
- -- then heard
He - -.- ---- g may
\ speaks'verr fittingly of Drake ----- --- -- ;merits ,be hys.,. 4

;'; T; Si.Uhe1\.1:; : ) F. ltPOi!n :q; Iner every, young man in the country. I I and Hawkins, ,und I'uleigi: ,-and alf'tnaether .MUST. -FOLLOW"DIRECTIONS. on the of* the application. Episcopal.f ; it

I", F. E. RobbinSjAssociate Editor, Only recently;-Atanta's'' new: muni- ,'Devonshire worthies! ; 'but'pee; WILLIAM C. HODGES, Rev. E. A )'Shetrod, rector.1"' Services
court issued the.' comes a 'dreadful cropper'wti2u be By Martha McCulloch Williams. I" t -
r.< and Business Manager >' cipal1 following or- Jan. 16-2t Attorney for '!Petitionerj; :
der: "' rI ; makes his hero talk of Sir John Franklin "Be sure !I you are right-then' go I first Sunday every. 'month.Christian. .
fi F ; ; woo did not ahead" said Davy the'back- / J.l -
b appear on tie globe Crockett 'V
l'.,Starke. Florida Friday, Jan/23, llJH "pn.,and after, ,this date any misconduct 'k I ,
I until woods The has
j._'> "L' .. : '" more than a ceiitury'had elapsed.and sage. saying no more r Rev. John'Mullady pastor. Services
>or conduct''; even then it 'WII'S,an the pertinent application than to the wonderworking Notice to StockholdersThe at
j fens of ,3 p. m. first and third
.. i Sunday
r----' officer, of this court, .either:,on .or off Lincolnshire,' of paper bags cookery. 'af'the'month. '

rWe wonder if the course" of eugenic duty, will be considered a ground;of Elder Haggard bas agood deal of Being euro you are right, you can go annual"nieeting'of'thshareholders -

/ love will run smooth.Villa's .' dismissal, and so treated, and especially trouble Wltb. e.mooziIq, one; case ahead to admiration. If you are right, of the 'Lawtey'taie' Bankwill Presby'te'rbn.No .

we emphasize i f thiS rule in regard he,causes that,satellite to be'full' at a you will have none but, good:, :words be held in its banking room; in regular pastor. Sunday school

l r; name lacks two letters. It to all intoxicating drinks. :This 'time when',tt could :not' possibly have for the process. Otherwise' -other Lawtey, Fla. Thursday January 29, at,10 a. m.
/ eijonld be( spelled v-U-Lai, /' rJj' been more than a'crescent and words. 1914 at 3 o'clock m., for the elec-
... in p. Methodist.
.A I T .," .' does not mean intoxication only, but
..4 '.i The Mexican-situation makes the indulgence to any;-extent will be I I', "King Solomon's Mines" be Introduces Paper bag cookery saves trouble, tion of directors, and such other business Rev. B. T. Rape, pastor. Sunday
an eclipse of the expense and time, makes better re- I .
considered violation' of this rule." same luminary, as may come before it school at 9:45, a. m. Morning ser-
>'C< feel like quoting Hebrews 13:8. very,convenient for his plot and for turns In flavor and substance and Is vice, at'11 o'clock
l': It is ystrong'isn't it? It is i H. C. PEACE, ; evening service, 7
t prett the Impression, .f awe which. bis heroes a sworn foe to lysp psfa. Hence, it 'Jan. o'clock. Visitors. cordially invited to
\:. The only way to 'step the tango no stronger than' orders Issued. by the .wish to produce upoq. the natives' la a dispenser of sweetness and light. 9-3t ,Cashier, attend. '

Wand kindredh';dances is o' pay .no r art business men and the'big corpora ,but quite; unknown to any astronomical Whatever helps the, great mass to \
\--. ; tions./- The will 'not have a man who textbook.-Stray, Stories. easier and better living ia a distinct 0-

\."- t.'...emf.'r.r" .'I._ 'to. J' t, drinks. The drinking man not only gala for, humanity. An'yVoman of ,t,

'With the exception of wheat and has no chance tq' be promoter, but Steel Pens. ,, average Intelligence can learn in half 1
f an hour, if she attention
rye the production of 'J913 crops was cannot hold his position. ': |tj : .r -The great objection' to the steel pen essential pays the .
rudiments of using this 1
below the aVerage!: {(1' ., .when it first came into general, use sys
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,. ., In a:small town in Michigan: there .tem. ,After that use ,will teach the
\ rr
; was its stiffness. There was'not ..that"give"
-t., O 4 V_ .... is'a large factory employing'hundreds fine points far better than any I lecturer -
and spring In the metal This
South Carolina couldn't swallow the pen
of ,men., At resent that county1 1 is which characterized the old fashioned or demonstrator could do it.

eugenic-' pill. ,l".. but' swallowed,- I., leaseand dry;but an effort is being made to get goose quill pen. But it will not do to half-hear or

kept him down., 4,, < ,. ..: :petition to' for the % This half-remember. If you. are a novice,
\ -- up a' vote open a- was remedied however: ,,by the
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splits or even a prospective paper bag cook
were'issued side
t loon. Orders to employ .which we see in pens today
Fifteen hundred Mexican! ,generals ; and for the,method of slitting read over and over the paper bag
es that they could sign the petition many years
and six federal soldiers scurried wet if to but that the pens by,means of a press. was commandments before beginning stands r
; and read them a c o--
across the border last week. kept secret by those famous penmak- again the' next, day, ,
the company would not keep ia itsemploym'ent'anymanwho""drank. Glllott'and Mason.Brieflytile J and the next, and still the next. They
1 rt ---;i-- era
i The people of Florida will get .a The ; method"of''manufaetnof re are not perfunctory but 'vital Also,

glimpse 9f the yellow} peril when; that company suggested that'it would |Ibe a,steel 'pen today, map be"'describedas' in following out recipes given, stickto

.;j' Chines*test'ines'io Key West. : better for all;concerned,that the county follows: The; blanks are pierced your text b

..)- : .,t .f JHIJ. (". I', 7 J 'remain,dry.. and .the slits. cut.after, which; the pen Baked Apple Saucer-Peel and core

.:'tr, _. An j exchange i sat( at hades i isr ",, ,The .heads" of the" departmentsat; requires' be fsoftened by annealing : six firm apples of good flavor, tart
\ ; strict with Then ,they. are: raised :.and' hardened, I rather than sweet. Stick three clovesin
full, o daft erat Washington are their employes'about'drinking. !
1 o&Q; $ O.deati* ( each and put bits' of
: : 'One officSial scoured .wt h aciei., colored,"varnished mace and cinnamon t
where .
W y sting; O grave, is and dried glrlsafterwkr looking;over in the'core-spaces.' : 'Put themin d
thy victory?" bas informed his employes that if |jhe the .'pens" throwing aside, th'e faulty veil-buttered bag with two heaping

--C.-4: n r n nt : hearsof.: any one ofthemdrinking his .' ones, and.. .pa.. ckl ig',the':.gOOd 'guei'Into cups of, sugar and half a tumbler of

o' '_-Senatorf V-* dB,1* ? Foraker+ is trying position vacant from that moment'Railro'ads' :; 'boxes'f.?,.ready fr-sale. '... water. Cook, thirty minutes.,. Have
to comecback.:- HU'-aq openly avow- : ,r.factories s-; : nulls: 'businiss t i'1 ;> ',the oven very hot at first: but, slack WW1k.l

ed candidate for electiai''to".the'-Urii-: hoifses':are* all/ joining the fight ,Tiny German States. heat after seven minutes.; Lemon .

ted States senate.U 33m ntfj 53U' 'against: drinking employe. If onlyfrott While! It is well(; Known'that: some, ofthe'iGeruoin juice flavored instead of'" water that makes case a'richer- r I !l.I
sauce. In add halfa
> > -'"\! r :,a business stajidpoiijt it would states".are. of Illllputlan .
T..rr jmaoAfo Mled bride his i size, feti': j 'are 'a'ware'that. It Is cup more sugar at'theoutset.Apple 1
mean much to the man ta keepaway.from ,
mother aRd njinself .,$, others day .' young 'qulte'p:i !4'! slbh,'.'tci visit'seven'of! them, Pudding.-Beat three fresh 'ff .I fAf
liquor. 1It will not ;jbe
ought to have reversed the order and ', including 'two' kingdoms: ; 'two1 duchies eggs very light, .add two cups sugar I ?
long before the drinking man In half a creamed -'Farm S
J killed himself first. ', ." very .and"tI) 'eej'prli}(Ipallt1eS. 'an 'easy cup butter the -I
-- .n' sour. cannot get a position. The saloons walk,of four,and. a'' half hours. strained juice of lemon, .and fibs

and the brew rig /will,].not nave ,him!' 'A good'walker/starting treat Stein:! grated yellowpeei'averp littlesalt, ,
.Aaf!:(ttgeie really wants to die I 0 I' 'L ,.1 fir
Is will arrive in half naif'a teasp'oonful of powdered e
Then t what he'going' ti poor, he might try his hand on re- hour 1 at' Llqhtentrinne.' which is' situ ;: a' pint: of raw' grat d'-apple J :f' : o (II'

is to cut out ; ; O:
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daiming the Florida -- T ated''lo Saxehtelnfngen.'Thebce'th'road : ; i and half a'piDt"of rich milk Beat : ,
e The
Tribune. farmer and the bank '}
...ilacon,Telegraph.. Tampa ?> proceeds in 'one }'and'onehalf hard for several minutes, then pour are. connected by the
I****- .-!* .J fc -v- --u MM: .- VI ... ,., hours to'Itauschengesees (Reuss. EldeBranch into 'weli-tiuttered bagand bake for closest ties. One would be impossible l without, the other: Then

r, r An Atlanta evangelist t has removed ''' 'Editor"W. A:?'Russell, of the Pa- ), after which In a few mina rthirty minutes in a hot oven. Leave bank therefore specializes in helping the farmer at all season: ,

;J 1J hades'..frprn BibJe.j-Jacksonvill] ; latka News, has announced himselfas GIelma.' in Schwarzbnrg-Rudolstadt Is room for the pudding' to' rise In sealIng -
i', News.Removing"' .-Atlaota candidate; fir ) (office of state reached the bag. Cook on a trivet setup

,! : 'j1"il1 be'& bigge /4er14king.Jt ftom ,,;: i senator fort the 26th .,'senatorial, district Half an hour's walk brings the pedes- n the grid-shelf. Serve with hard If you have any trouble or financial'I I,ambitions come ,in. and r let us,
1 I .. '
1 Dais Russell has served in the trian to Altenzesees (ReusS! Younger sauce 'or wine sauce as 'preferred.This talk it ever.", Several heads are, better than one, and we .,can, ', probably
Branch). An hoar farther if eaten-hot. If eaten cold ") I. ri" > '
t : Another has joined t house of the legislature and'proved" on liesDrofroltz. help you.
editors ; ei' ,
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on Prussian: noil'and the laststage whipped cream Is the thing for It I/ ,
; ,;-wealthy, Ias. tEugeqeMatthews of himself 4'capable public, servant -' i] .
Is another hour's stroll, dntshlnup" g Sweet Potato Pudding.:-Make abaUet' '* i" ,
:;i.Starker has' 'quit the' desk to davote: I and if elected to the senate we i
i at Saaltbal'SaxeAltenbnrg.-.Ha; ; r- as for apple pudding. Use a Every accommodation is afforded farmers and you are cordially invited

: : ?tN" tqt, >ie P\Yl l ;,; !?Starke, !"rJ predict that'*he will not be! 'Sound per's Weekly. ,% ", cup more sugar else only half a pintof lq make this bank headquarters when come '
1 i *>' '0' f' :i, ____ ..I your .. you to town.
grated raw sweet .
: f jjn i ': t < r i f wanting. I. potato. Sweet r ..
: ) According 'to' Dun's Review' there ? Good'Train Service. 1 \potatoes take,as much; crabapples' ?' ;
; 'were 16,037 commercial failures in Do women more'thatt men? Talk of trains and one is reminded of to make, them taste ,sweet ,.

I.r,i the UnitedStates: in 1913, which'was I' That is a' question\hard Ito [decide. the.'perfect: Una Read of this service unless The creamier' the milk* the better' '

,! less than one. per centof the \ Some ( and applaud: The trains 'come In to it is creamy increase the pro'portion Bradford
womeix'talk than I
\.J c. more ; pome Bank
of butter. 'County
517 concerns dOing business.' \ I the minute and go out to the minute. Cook In a well.
,[ men, and 'some men talk mope ,than The Officials are intelligent and 'polite buttered bag-fifty minutes will not (, ;!, ,e t ,:' ."

I -; '. ..'".'1fOE"rnbb'.3' :- rEuge5es some women. Ladies' sewing1'circhs The'carriages are good. Every'station be too, long for it. Make a peephole .

t=:;Matthews_.-_ ito/oHhe, _'TelHe and lea 'parties'are' unusually;:' [gab' has Its waiting room where you may In the upper bag-unless the pudding EstabEihed 1889
e << .star.t '
: feats, but they are discounted by the sit and( read and drink'a cup of coffee Is browned and firm cook it a while N. T. Ritch. W. T. Week
charge Free.l : Vke-Pre E. P. DUDCAD C
graph takes ; : *hie'
_, .
,; o.ag_ longer
; \ claque and clatter, of men who congregate that is not only' hot and. fresh, but Is ir. .,
to paper.oHeof"the' best"newspaper ; ., -. v. ,
Banana "
Pudding Beat three
in corner groceries and other recognizably: the product of the'berry. eggs
t. properties in Florida.-Tampa Tribune It 'Is Impossible to travel in the wrong light, saving out one white.. Add a 1..1. ,
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of rendezvous. ;r
L fi, W r l.;.' places 4 j train. It' is'very difficult 'not to get generous cup of sugar a.cup of petal 6} .. .

&Fr\'d\\!\ f !: :..2:"\ ,'...;. r'" t,,! IIi I ": / I out at the right station. The fares are cake, crumbled fine,' half a' 'cup. :of "'I.-. L.viyg ..

Anpnglislmkn[[ .I tiasl} increased theegg ;' Eugene [Matthews,* of the s1irke 'very!reasonabte. 'The time tables are creamed butter, a CUp'' of milk; beat f + *m4The

ywld*bf..hUJhet\jd\ '.by L>installing \Telegraph,,, has-r' \tahtited,' hi iself modeW of clarity.' NO: the referenceis all tog,ther. then add two large 'or .fla. ,; J... ',' OrI

electric lights in his poultry houses from journalism by going intofthe| a to no' railway In the south of Eng three,small bananaa, illcedjtUa, .the : : \ ,Irrr.
; ,. .' .. hi
'Jand.lit juice of half lemoa ,
which had the effect banking business. This is a distinct Is Mr. B. V. Lucas summaryOf a and a teaspoonful \ t
same as daylightand '
locs'tothe State press, for Mr. Matthews the good points of the train serviceof of lemon extract. ,Bake.ia a veryweUbuttered' : 1" : :' ',';' ..
increased .
the vigor_of.'the chickens.
the Hollanders-London bag for thirty .
happy SPeC- minutes. A 1
was"a wellinformedthoghtful Hand
j .. tator. Takeout, cover with meringue'strewa : '
t T" :- writer who never wrote t : little shred candled peel'over the '

Nearly all the newspapermen have unless he had something to say worth ,'' .') Parisian Street Berber meringue' ., set la the oven to harden -:

i had bitter and costly l(experience with saying ''and always said it well CWe[ The French capital, like that of Cliius. then:'serve. :not with wlao.: or lemon ,

f'' drunken printers, anajwe cannot understand shall miss him and trust that Mr. has its street barbers. ':In'\Parts eauce. < r" ; '.. Iu .

''i i how any! nes sspaPerrcan consistently Robbing' who' succeeds him on the the perambulating tonsorialists carrya ,, (1 C

I t offer any defense* eiatheI Telegraph will be a worthy succe isor.. little box containing the usual out- It GOOD THINGS .I IF CHEAP., d'd,; ;..Iii"
fit of theIr calling. Their chief I'
I liquor traffic. t -L Lakeland Telegram. patronsare -
-Plt;; laboring men. The street barber By ,Nicola* Soyer, ,Chef; of 'Brook1 .:

: I David Herbert-I Allen for "I. \>f Paris usually places his customer ,Club, London.Fillet ."1 "
!; ,-years Keep'it before the florida '
people upon the' banks of the Seine or 'in : .
of Beef 'I la'1 MIrande. -
; "
a; Take
i tor of the Milton Gazette died
1 : Fri- that there is more money in! pigs some, spot aside from the crowd, covers a'pound' and 'a half ot1rwmpsteat
t ; day, January 9, at El Paso Texas, his knees with and :
than in politics, and very much ;more a. newspaper and'1ut'.it'lnt .n t slices,' about an 4
i 'wh re he hadjione ia ofl regaining proceeds to work. For only J, sou fl
i oI ippe in tee Sthaqlnstatesmen. ., This is eighth of tin 11nch thick and'\two' and : rt9W'J
his health:;, Mr,Allen's death is.a not mere'alliteration;'it is' good,!hard he will shave a man-cut ,his hair,and. a half Inches long and ,broad. 'Dust c
distinct loss ,to Florida journalism.why generally Impart to bin a more.or }less
: each, of these
lightly with pepper
sense, the'' solid i truth,* and': With\ the : black; :.
smart These barbers
_____ appearance- ; ,are melt
; ; an ounce of butter and skim
price, of ,beef going all
up E said to make quite a respectable sum '
is a bachelor in Starke?- The Florida the best place even at the small fee they charge. It. free,from froth, and,. add to: It 'as :

-why of it is that the girls are all so much. finely minced: garlic as will i ..
in the world to raise cattle in,'we can He 'on the point of a very small knife. -

pretty ,that the, boys simply ,can't add many, millions to!.the wealth of Complimentary. ,,' Lay: the fillets. in this and let 'them 4 A

p' '.choose. Shut your eyes boys, and this. State, Jn the next,_ few.years. by "The idea of doting,while,I. was sIng. steep for an'hour, turning frequently i : ,
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grab the firsT girl that comes within going in'for cattle.- There is no bet tag! (the dieh must sfand'in a warm place, : 41

-reach.. You' 'ln't.make *a mistake. ter'moriey' ;Lakeland.Telegram "You were singing a lullaby,-weren't : or the butter will set). Then take .
h p.
Starke girls are all bargains. _.I. you 1""Yes.' i out, put, in a well-buttered bag, and '': -4IRo--
t place on broiler in the
Eugene Matthews,, editor and own- oven leaving .
t' "Then ,11 couldn't pay your:art any ,it to. cook'for half :an hour.: Mean- rl V
After granting ,that marriages are er of the Bradford County Telegraph, '_
higher compliment' Washington Her
while knead
an ounce of flour with
ff. made in heaven the Nashville Banner has taken'an' associate editor and business ald. '
an ounce of butter, add to it by de
,', is anxious to know if there will:'be manager ,into the business in grees a pint of strong well-flavored /

;r, any eugenics there. There is nothing order ,to give his own, time to the : Unnecessary. stock place in a clean saucepan, and (

in Scripture that would warrant an active management of the Batik This lady Is worth $400.000. 'Wouldyou stir all one way until It is the, con-

':: affirmative answer.-Pensacola News of Starke, of which institution?.Mr. like to see photograph?' sistency of cream; then add half a

a t' What does an editor ,know about. Matthews has been president since Worth $400.000 and compelled to ad- pound of previously cooked ,mush- shoes sold at' this store i.

.Scripture? interior and (farming community-But vertise for a Husband? No. you needn'tshow rooms, the juice of half a lemon, freed

... its me her phiz 1 can imagine whatit from seeds, a teaspoonful of China> both your feet and your pocketbook and
organization ago. The "
r seven years must be. -Louisville Courier-Jour soy, and two drops ''anchovy ,
It is not often that an editor,in the associate editor' of the Telegraph is nal. Make very hot. Pile'the mushroomsin essence. they are a splendid "double fit." 1 1t.

L. Process of evolution becomes v a 'fuH- Mr. F;'E..Robbins, for the past four the middle of 'a', hot. dish, arrange -< <

:: :fledged bank.president,, but, such" is i years,connected with the establishment Naturally Dark. the fillets around it and garnish witha 4 All the latest styles
at the lowest
y the fate that has overtaken 'Gene :, as foreman. The Bradford History Professor Why are the middle ,wall; of mashed' potato. Serve at prices. We show

Matthews of the Starke Telegraph. County Telegraph has been a powerin ages known as the dark ages? once.. you the' latest first. Comfort, elegance and ease
ft He has our commiseration and deepest the upbuilding of Bradford Comfy Wise Fresbman-Becanse there were Irish Stew.-Cut up two or three are the,principles on which 'we solicit your, custorn

4 -.and sincerest Condolences.' 'out Jie'll' and in the moulding of State poli- BO many knfghts.-Wfsconsln Sphinx. pounds of mutton 'ia the ordinary way.. and retain it. Come in_for that new pair and

i. -come back again; all men' who ever cies has exerted more influence than eh... .. Leave;;very to taste., little 'fat.Add, Add six .large'onions 'salt' andpepper convince yourself. v '

the ink under tHeir finyernalls often falls to the lot
get of
s weekly papersin The ancient Romans,'considered It peeled and finely chopped, and ''''
return to their fist love r Handling an interior and farming commnity.But effeminate to wear beards., All their two pounds 'of;; peeled and, thinly i :

k 'money is an .:uncongcn'iil aHfincon- that was Matthews. He is much busts representing the famons menof, sliced potatoes and bunch of 'sweet ; jm; '

( :. ruous ocfupation.,fvt. newspajer: bigger than the average newspaper olden times. are iwithuut,beards. herbs. Place la bag and add halttumbler a .ALVAREZSTARKE "

i + man They.are temperamentallyand. ejse he would not now be one oft the'StiUVtaptains i''I' ,9} -, -, .&J' 1i of cold water"Place oa broiler .J. ...
by force of habit unfitted"foY it.- ::) of finance.-Palatka A cynic knows the prirt of; every. in'J o(oven fl Auoir' 'f otty minute \/0')1. .1. I,

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NEW EXPRESS,-, RATES .......................... name of:Peter MIcnalowati. entering :.+++++.++.+ t+++f: x tf>'

[(: Bit of Local ] Short Will Compilation Interest Local of Figures Shippers That i Under the'J Ban my'residence Poland.It ag'Warsaw, In 'Russian .* .CLASSIFIED. :VEKTISLNG,. ..+. rtf.

: 'f' had been agreed' between my, ... +. 41
1 Under the recent'-order of the Interstate .' father and myself that lie'' was to + ,- +" .+. ++> .+- +.+,...+
: i write me from time to time, providedhe i SALErtChoice) building lot s'
Commerce i ; on
I I JW II: .;Information Commission express OfathA could do so wltho jrlvlng a clew West Madison street, size 70 x 214;
rates have been uniformly to letter
reduced my'whereabouts. Hi* first prieer$350., >IE.; S. Matthews: .

1ukII II 4 :,'tM.ea.l geo.. P.. r..' '3rul 6i .r throughout the United States. .. .. was to be addressed to me as Peter, 0 > ,

"-"-. ....,1 III. .. c..0" all r...... For the information of local shippersand .. Michalowski at the' point where I FOR SALE-Good young farm mare.
I would land at: the general deliveryof D. W. Manning. .
: 1W business men Express AgentA. Story of Russian St
P. Hoffman, at the request of the : the postoffice. I remained there till --i
: I received a letter from him posted
: FOR SALE-Ford s
:Telegraph, has prepared the following Nihilism Runabout
3 Shoes 'at Leviton's. Attorney J. E. Futch was in Jacksonville .. .. from Viborg. a town In Finland not Newly painted. Good'condition. *
comparative table of .
I rates, which far from St. Petersburg. He informedme DEWITT 1
Lake and pNES"
City :
Fob..dry'goods. Leviton.1} t t" Jasper on shows the tremendous, saving to ship- that Inquiries had been made for; V Starke,.Fla. Li
legal business early in the week.A
1 Jonesr "' pers under the new schedule: : By P WL SZENSKY : me at home by strange persons, and .. .- i

Lard Cans. DeWitt'C. car of wire fencing just in and Boston 64qt, old rate, $6.40 new ....... .. ..................Se doubtless evident the inquirers were nihilists.It i'OR SALE CHEAP-One secondhand 4
was methat
to the circle
Sausage Mill.. DeWitt C. Jones. going at prices that will interest you. rate $3.90; 80-qt old rate, $8.00 new ; 4horse power gasoline engine
would send out description of
BorntoMri Quigley Lumber and Supply Co. rate. $4.80.New I was abou twenty years old when agents in other countries with or- ia first-class .condition. Quig- ,, l

; and. Mrs, J. H. .Ritch, Mr. M. H. Chancey, who is employed York 64-qt, old rate, $5.76, the organlzat us which developed' the ders to locate me' if possible. I knew ley Lumber & Supply Co. :

Monday, a' baby girL: at Raleigh, Levy county spent new rate $3.56; 80qt, old rate, $7.20, late revolutio began to exert an influence that they regarded America as the ,, '
ApalachicoU r\ oysters., .J. :F. Kick- Sunday with ,his 'family here. new rate $4.38. on Bsiau. affairs. It is the principal refuge for such outcasts from FOR SALE-Cabbage and Bermuda ,
Washington D C. : young who. caught in such their organization a I, because thereIs
/ 4' 64qt old rate,, movements oinion plants.! Dollar thousand. C. + t

liter'Mry, < ., ; Complete line of suit cases, from $5.12; new rate. $3.27; 80-qt, old rate and I '-is' captivated especially no government spying on strangers S. Durling, Starke. 9-26-tf

$1 f to $15, at Dover's Stationery Stors. by the secy assumed the nihiljts. here as there is abroad. I took the
$6.40 by
;IR. [lCi, Cone, of ':'Hawthorne, new rate, 396. -
.. l-16-2t The reduction in rates 5 and I appll fur admission in a circle risk: of answering DIy'father's' letter, WANT-purchasers or. renters for j 1 j.
spent.f,.Starke... upon but when the time came round for a some good farms on liberal ,terms.

;AmerianWirr'renee.\ Mr. E. P. Duncan visited Mrs. Dun- 10' pound'packages of merchandise of the b iKThood and was duly reply to my missive I received one: D. E. KNIGHT. Starke., 12-26 tt. -1 t
; DeWitt'C.Jones.1 received as a rtther.The "
,0' ; can at the hospital in Jacksonville amounts to about 100 per cent. in making: no mention.mine whatever.
shown be- nihilisj ultilled the meaning of I was terror strt-, for I knew that
,; r : Sunday and found her condition practically every case, as en, FO RRENT-Nine room I house and
low: their name ( .ihsassinating those in my fellow nihilists bad been watching 13 acres of land in edge of Starke. ,
,Mr" Clyde Alvarez;; of Jacksonville slightly improved. power who >J In the
New Orleans ,pounds old rate. way of their my father's mdl-doubUess ,having Rent reasonable ,'
7was in, Stare. Monday.: I object If Person was to be removed confederates in the postofflce-and had MRS. ELIZABETH JOHNS ..
I .. :. 1.. -v. I; ,iProf. \ \I'. I Nothing will be offered for sale by 70c. new rate, 32c; 10 pounds, old the C !to drew lots to decide secured my letter. 12-26-5t '

> .' I. $.. Jackson" of. Lawtey, was me after Wednesday. Jany 28th. rate, $1.00, new rate, 44c. who should d ihe deed. Iftad scarce- I now saw that I1 must sever the last '

in the county seat Saturday. :' Don't miss the bargains in millinery.. New York-5 pounds, old rate, 75c,, ly joined wb it was decided dispatch link that bound me to the past-the FOR, SALE OR RENT-My'placet I ;

_' : Mrs. B. B. Hopson. new rate. 37c;' 10 pounds ,old rate,, the the minister of the interior, link between myself and my father. I 31 acres. H. P. Fouts Plant qty. -
,; W', A..Jones, of Lawtey, was $1.15; new rate, 54c. who was leaf \g no atone unturned to bad by this time learned a little Eng- Fla. i

visitor! ,tQ, ,Starke-,SaturdayJ K t Mr., Courtland Austin, who has I Baltimore-5 pounds, old rate, 75, hunt out our lembers and send them lish and changed my name to one that -
I *J been an employee in this office fort either to Sib t or the gallows. When I would not betray my Russian origin. FOR) SALE-200 bushels seed peanuts -
,Mgr" fA'Wamnghtrwas! visitor new rate, 36c; 10 pounds, old rate.
.- a several months, left Tuesday to accept this move WB ledded upon and it was Since I spoke French quite well. I at 4 cents per pound f o. bu; Law- '

to Lawtey Sunday. -',f. \I' i i: : a position in South Florida. $1.00, new rate 39c. announced t tone of our numberwas chose Antoine do Bois. though I soon all, Fla They1are N. C. flat vine ', e

&L' I. The new schedule of rates will go to bo 8)ted by lot to dispatch turned the Antoine into Anthony. variety and all new crop. H. T. Hall

:a< t Sapp,-of Lawter'Wl-s'm: Chief of police ,Kite proudly an- into effect February 1, 1914. the. pijntetegf first fully realized that Leaving my quarters at dead of night.I Lowell, Fla. l-16-4t 1 1L

: Starkeon' business Friday nounces the advent of a new chief of I had not sj. into a society of mys- was never again seen there, but In a ? L

teries, but 0 of death, and when 1 few days appeared in the city of Denver '
his home FOR
police at Monday'morning SALE-20
5 Mr.: L. C. Doane, of Waldo, was Dn acres 'Woodlawn
drew the tat number that as Bois.
;i hereon: business Saturday I in the person of a big boy. PROGRAMMEPatriotic compelledme land in the famous:Wateroak section
For ,
several lived
to becont a assassin. in all probability years'l a nomadic

"* Entertainment School sacrU g own life as wellas life. The money my father had givenme Price $300 ,M j..HUT.. ON. Geneva, : J
.t MrsJ: 'C.: 'A.*KnigTit has 'returned .Dr;,A. P. Montague, of Lake City, at my' Florida. "
from a visit to Ocala. I president t of Columbia College, Auditorium Tonight that of tj an I was appointed to having been exhausted, I hired .. I. 1
kill I tl choice of myself out wherever I could find workto ,
'Uq ec 'Eh c }11ntJll'"I : ,; saw a two methods .
Miss Helen Reinoehl spent Sunday i preactied' the Baptist church morn "To ,Thee 0-Country" -Chorus of bt.deattt' !permitted me-elther do. Sometimes It was clerical FOR SALE.l, wall tent,--size14x16\ I: .::

; ing and vening'last. Sunday.. to die doing work be hunted sometimes menial. At one time I drove x4 good
i in #Jacksonville th.1 t .. mixed voices. i- or as new. Cost $26, besides
II.Jl J I J, N"l '.to (, er.I'! i; Mr.'s ;who has been confined Recitation-Freddie Center.
1 ; met some one whom I. had known in
and killed.
} Miss Lottie.; Stafford of.i Lawtey, i hiS"' ner, Hampton FaL 1-16-21 t
to home by'an attack of Song-"Caught, Niles Ray. Russia to be
1 show of or pretending a secret
{was in Starke on'business Saturday ; managed. .keep up a,,
i i JnlL.o, Ut.' t I malaria. and nervous trouble: 'is reported RecitationGray Turner. resolution be my fellow membersof agent of the nihilists, get in with Russians WANTED-To exchange" fine

Painted flower stands, 15c Jf and 25c. I as much improved at this "The, Calf Path''"':'Twelve boys. the circle, earing to accept the ''who were real agent and dIs- 40 acre

i uigjey.Lumber.and Supply.! Co. 9.ltAttorney time. "Jubileee Song=Chorus of children duty that hat ('[J to my lot. I went rover that they bad my real name and farm for, pair of mules or anythingof
: GN J "i- Mrs. B. W. Hodges has returned .Reading-"The 'End of the home conscio :at 1 would be watch. were ordered to Inform upon me if value. L. J. Turner', Hampton,
A. V in ed from the I '.nt I left the found. >Under'such circumstances I Fla. l-16-2t. '-
'r : ;.Long was Jacksonville from !theu'p"riyate' sanatorium of'Dr., Drought," Miss May'Fripp.Song"America meetingto ,
I see that I a no attempt to shirk found it difficult to 'get employmentHearing +
on." Jegal .business.. ....' Monday; C...Pi f togera, in ':Jack on Ile,and has ; for Me," Harry work. ,Oi I of new discoveries of gold In
j I "' my; u my room began to Strayed-One dark brown, cow
; Honr 'k D.'..Andrews.- Baiford,i I t:recovered ,her normal degree .of Canova. think what I old do., the west. I begged 'and worked' my with some white spotson her

visited the county seat -Thursday. health.. Address-Rev. E. A. Sherrod. All my nat r&voltec1'qanst com- way there and became a prospector. | crump
homs, one ear with a hole in it
\ .Recitation-Wilbur Scott. fmltting wha i'' me waa murder. 1 How I happened to become the possessor ,

.t: American wire:fencing' 24, .34IB ,\"i Mr. and ,Mrs.: A. F. Phillips came Play-Including beautiful chorus had joined ti odety, as I have said. of a gold mine has nothing to name "Lucy." Will pay $15 reward

r. inches., Boll's Department Store.. up' from Gainesville Monday, Mr. ="A Prophecy for 1920." Principal not from a t re to emancipate Rus- do with this story. 'I sold It and putting for her delivery to Fred Lucas Max- 4.

} Phillips returned home,the same day, I characters Uncle and Col- sia. but beca 1 had been caught by iny fortune Into'thousand'dollar vile, Fla. Jan. 23-2t.
.: Mr; Harry Bristow, of Theresa, but Mrs:.Phillips remained in'Starke i umbia. the mystery rounding it. I resolveed banknotes placed them In' pockets In-
i brief visit- at once 1: I would choose death side my clothing which I arranged FOR SALE-Sixty of
for acres
in the good
was city on Saturday. a This .
entertainment will be given and went east I
I I rather at the nds of myself
my companionsthan
Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Thomas and strawberry or truck land, between r
Born Thursday January 15 to under the auspices of the W. C. T. U. by bean ut down as an assas- Five years had now passed since X
Starke and
three children';and his mother, and Hampton-Bargain price.W. .
o'clock left Russia. The nihilist movement
at eight tonight Admission sin. Hope it ever extinct in youth.and .
23i. and Mrs. W.." 0- Silcox, a baby I Miss I Kerce, of the-, Midway section, I freer!\ I hoped get out of Russia by, was still In progress having not yet R. Mealey. Starke, P. 0. Jan333t "

.f. girL. I, 'were guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. S eluding those ho were watching me. led up to the revolution. I was tired '

j 'Born, Sunday, January 18 to M : Dowling Sunday. If I could do is I might reach some of remaining in hiding and. having the FOR 4SALE-l00 bushels Nancy

distant land- tierlca or Austzallainwhich wherewithal to enjoy life, determined Hall seed potatoes, 50 cents per bushel -

-2 and Mrs.// Daniel" Manning, a baby Senator and Mrs. Adkins, 'Mrs. U. by cktering.myap ing my:name and al to change my outward appearance be G. M. Bennett, Starke, Fla. '
'I lIOy.. G. Turner and Mr. V., R. ,Prevatti ranee I might be deadto fore the world and live In accordancewith l-23-2t s

( the world. my means. This of course laid i
wetot'to Hampton Monday afternoon .
.Mr. and Mrs. V. Prevatt visited i 1 i
GALVANIZED WELLCURBINGis To lay pla and take measures to me more liable to detection by my enemies
in the senator's the'senator
touring car -
Mr PievaWs mother at Hampton I t I and the assassinatehigh :u\' rnlJlent. official onssla but I preferred to take the risk Don't forget I go, out. of business
:going I legal business. inexpensive keeps water
Sunday. on ) rank I : : rejulred time.ixm rather than be continually trying to Wednesday, Jany 28th., :,146 ladies'

1 J i IAn'n; e 'es ing.meeting of the W 0man's ; clean and healthful. Light and easy What I ded : wJs to pretendto avoid some one. I lived in New York and children's hats to. select from
Just received a full line of fresh'Ieeda" to handle. Warranted to give satis- at fashionable hotel. '
enter ." preliminaries of a .
will be held upa my Price no object. Mrs B. B. Hop-
for J. W. Missionary Society
spring' planting." ;; < faction. Call or write, work as tho iny' intention was to I bad.resided there about a yearwhen _
*White & Son l-2-4t'' "afternoon at the Baptist son. ,
;. next (l'uesday QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. carry it out this way I would'att'empfto one evening a servant approached -

k .. Miss Mollie Mills is visiting 0 her I "church, begi ming' at 3 'o'clock.All dli '. suspicion, and have me with a card, saying that a lady )

'brother'; Mr.': I.'Mils '"near Brooker members urged to. attend. the better cb : for flight I took my was waiting for me in a private parlor. / .. '

t f this ", .. father into i confidence giving him I The nam'e on the canfwas Sophia WOOD'S FAMOUS :!;
week. RevvW.vF. Malphurseebrated his Palzoff. and in written "a ? }
--: r : f ,II _. to understaa plat ho was to divulgethe pencil was ; f
: r x 1'1.
Messrsi' G!.,W.'aiuTE.' M. .Hazenof 70th birthday;-anniversary' ; fc. the pul- .. situation i/no one, not* even a friend of your alater.' ". The teinptatlon !t 1

pit at Hope church Sunday, where '4J member of "family. He was, of to speak with a connecting link grimmer ; -
[ the Brooker, .section, werje in the his" A WAY OUT course, crush :by the news but offereeded with dear ones at home was too greatfor 1 +
** '' l/; ', he filled ( ;fegular appointmentSaturday 1, 0' '
city Wednesday. and Sunday. ed me what : money to carryout me to withstand. I fought fora i .

Going out of business- neXt :Wednesday )j. < A Resident of Starke Shows the my. ptaght:; and subsequentvanlshmen4l few minutes then yielded.' Goingto : Tomato.; :

Mrs. R. R. Hoffman has returned n the world. the appointed place.fa young lady '

Jany 28th. Mrs. B..B. Hop- from, the Springfield Sanatorium: in Way. He, was-of J ssistance to'me in another met me addressed mef, by my, real The Pcer'MW tomatfes for i

son. "Tl'' ( -' IMr. Jacksonville, and her friends will be There's is one-effective way to relieve way. had a sister a, year name and said that before 'Ieavlng'RussIa large, uniform size. and superior >
thai myself who much'' resembled she bad been Informed; by my '
younger table qualities: Market growers -
.\ L; Ray'left'' Mohday fora glad to that'her }healt his improving kidney backache.
,me. My father secured a sister that she bad a brother who bad sell'it at than double
trip to Clear Water and other points 'every, day. Liniment, and plasters- may relieve passport for !r, to leave Russia ont disappeared. and she suspected be wasIn of more ; .
in South Florida: fjJ' I : J' f 0;: 'I "' t1.n .1 it; the ground f he Intended'to sendher America. She had given the lady a price, ordinary! :itornatoes f ., i

i" .\ 'I ',' ..!. :' I Ir 1 The ground work for the handsomenew But they. seldom reach the,c Use. to Berli to study music. Our photograph of me. with the request Wood's g

j Mr. :J. :B.. McCulJy.i of. Lawtey, ,home .of the Bradford County Backache is cause to suspect the kid- plan was fa 118'to,PUS'the borderdressed that If she met me to beg me to comeback 1y14DescrlpiyeCata1o t

: mad,a business,trip to,Stark ,, at-: Bank, corner of, Walnut .and Call neys.. ; ia, 11 "clothes and under her to my family. gives','reports, from, customers, 'I

urday. streetsis.progressingirapidly! : and Doan's.Kidney Pills are for disor- passport.- 1 eded only to secure a It seemed from this that my sister, showing large profits from grow* ,'

work on the foundation will begin woman's wig" vhieh my father.bought having never been informed by my fa ing this variety. Wood's Catalog .-

MrjfA{ .,J\Lowery, of; Lawtey-iook.. U1**. n.fe\Oays.l'-f" "t I dered,kidneys. for me.. My:yard was scant and 'of ther as to the cause'of my disappear J also tells about all the beat E
the civilservice"examination here ; 'h.-- Starke people back them up.Read .. so light a. ;'t>r that when closely ance. had Innocently given me away.Had '

Saturday.t I. Mr. M, Leviton went to Hot a case of it. shaved It wa ",;t,llOti<'el\ble. especially 'she done so, or had the nlMlisthgot Farmand J
'f j! Mrs J. L. Warren Starke Fla. under and it out of her? Garden.Seeds.
: Springs,.Ark.,Jast, see .Mrs. a.T Hariujr purloined ,
1 'Mr. Lewis -B.'Rit h, of Raiford, 0 says;' "I suffered, almost constantlyfrom put on my si T'S 'Iothefortunately Sophia won my'confidence. J. was "
who is treatment
taking thirtyMthyear
It is the of
.. issue
paid the county capital a'"visit"'Sat- : backache and pains through my she was just uy 11I'1j'ht-and bid my hungry for the society of some one
and that
health reports
for her
there father an aft) liuiinte ndieu. I sallied who knew me for my real identity. I and is more valuable than ever.
i loins. I rested and when I
urday. her condition is much improved. poorly got forth in the :i.ilie! <>f the afternoon did not let her know that 1 was; a Mailed free.. Write for it.

5f' MK 'B. L. 'Blanchard; of Lawtey,I up in the morning, I was so lame and and went by roundabout route, do- fugitive under 'a ban of death i toldher

i| the fTelegraph, an appreciative After the adjournment of their sore.thatl could hardly get about. tag' some sho ->IJ:;{ l>.v. the way. to the that I had left Russia-'with a view T. W..WOOD.& SONS.

Iall::paid Saturday. W"i. > convention; in Jacksonville,[ com- :When I read about Doan's Kidney railway stat II r reaching it just in tit make myself independent Of my father Seedsmen, Richmond, Va. I

t 'lt j.; ; \, mission merchants ':{madeVan excur- Pills, I procured a box from the Stark tima to make through train. and pledged her to write nothingto I

Jot Dr. James Chace, of Jacksonvilh, sion to Tampa'n a special train, Drug Co., (now Mitchell's Drug : Knowing \ratcljfnlness of the' Russia concerning me. She believed -

I'f was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. which passed through here Saturdayand Store,) and since I used, them, I members of !te nihilist circle appoint. or pretended to believe my'story i;

'Hoover fMessrs. returned 'Sunday. havn't had any 'cause for complaintMy ed to see tha I did not escape. I feat and made the promise. .
-(, } health is greatly improved; and I ed every mo :cut to see some one of With Sophia Palzoff for a constantcompanion. DR: L. J. ADAMS
and Mrs. S. F. Hall, Jr., of Jacksonvillewas then spying gain IIII' Rut my plan of I drifted gradually back
Thos. R. Collins J.
I in Starke on a visit Sunday. am free from distressing symptomsof personating sister was an admira- Into'the condition of a living man and. Veterinary Surgeon ,
r F. Brooks, of Brooker, were in town'on kidney trouble that bothered me ble one and I doubt not thnt'tlioughmy being with ber continually came to
and T. Wills returned
Judge .Mrs. J.
&U business- Saturday f so much. You are welcome to continue 'home wa < lifius:; watched when I love ber. One evening I drove her
: to.their home in Gainesville Sunday -
made exit: for watcher was deceived 14
using my name. my out In my car. and when we were passIng i
Miss Olga E. Ward, of Brooker, after spending a few days in to th'jnk that It was she who was I 'aI
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don'tsimply through a wood I told her of the I
fQ j 'took the civil service examinationhere Starke. ask for a kidney remedygetDoan's going; out.i, hid no trouble In passingthe ban that rested upon me and beggedher i i
border under Ill) passport but that
, Saturday to help me bear it as my.wife.I .
: Mrs1 Sherrod. will. take a limitednumber Kidney Pills-the same that I had fhosoa to po through, In the
could see that she was moved by
k. Messrs. Mitchell G.L Aikens11' and of pupils in vocal and instru- Mrs. Warren had. Foster-Milburn night save me a. :great; advantage. I some powerful emotion.

'. Chas. C. Martin. of Bell, transactedbusiness mental music. Student under a pupil Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. breathed freer when I found myself "If 1 do" she said "there will be

t in Starke, Saturday., of' Marchesi. Marchesi's method of (AdvertisementSioo rolling along on German soil but real- two of us under sentence of death, in I ; #!
ized that a lifelong peril was in store ai
voice placing :and building used. stead of one.
r,; Mrs. L- A. Mann, of 'Jacksonville, ; for me.
.' is the guest this week of Judge and Terms $10 ten lessons; instrumental, :. Reward $100The 1 had no baggage with me so on "What do you mean?" I gasped. .
$7.50 ten lessons. Studio at rectory reaching Berlin I provided myself "I was sent: to America by the nlhilists
of this will M
''Mrs. Geo. A Gardiner. readers paper
I pleased to learn that there is at least onedreaded with some before going to a hotel I to kill you"That
'heard1 : ''Rev. E.t !Sherrafd delivered a disease that science bu beea bought a portmanteau and filled It was many years ago. Sophiaand All diseases' the Horse, p
The Evangel' Singers were able to cure in all its stages and that la ,
Cow and treated.
i Dog
\ very interesting and educative lecture Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only with new clothes telling the store- I have been living together sine

,by a delighted audience at the Bappst Sunday evening, at the Episco-I positive cure now known to the medical keeper that they were for my brother, then as man and wife. For man.. Have your Hogs vaccinated ?
_i church Monday::evenings r j' pal[church upon'\t'i subject, "Belitfdit fraternity., requires Catarrb a being constitutional a treat- who waan invalid and could not years,we succeeded In losing ourselvesin to prevent Cholera.
Sent naua' Catarrh Cure is taken to- therefore rome for them himself. Hav the heart of South America. When '
146 ladies'' and\fhildr n's\\!hatS tq God," which'was: the first in i apt ternaily. acting directly upoa. the blooclaDd toff made -hales. tilred a room the revolution teat the puce of nihll Have your Cows tested,, for
my pun
the -
of ystem.tner
;J fbe soldlatiapy priceibeforeWedji3siday. : >ins;, olkotures fobe' Delivered by by destroying mucous uw the faces foundation of the dla- In a hotel. where, I changed, my ap- Ism the latter in its earlier fOml passed tuberculosis before using milk. y

Jany'28th. Mrs. B. B. Hopson.Mrs Mr. Sherrard, the subjects of whichwill ease bunding and up giving the constitution the patient ud strength assistingnatnre W parel 'and walked out through a sIde away., During the last few,year Prompt attention given. to ,

i be taken from the Apostles' 1n doing Its work. The proprietors door without attracting, any attention. we, have not" scrupled ourselves calls'day'or:night C -

'J H. E .Haynes, t of Hampton, Creed. Sunday evening, February era have that BO much they offer faith One ta Its Hundred curative JgS leaving 'my feminine garb In the room. ; In 'our true Identity to thr L

rYisited her son, Dr/RP*(HayBes, ij hi will deliver the second lelture in for any case that It falls. to cure.%Bead, Going straight to a railway station. world. But we. are now old. Thr ''IsnIIlsteak'1lbleeBndlsNlso4, --r

}here all last week, returning home the series and the subject. will be for Address list* of''.J-testimonials.bold CO., Toledo OiUfc took a train for. Hamburg whence I best'part: of our fives was passed.. Ian ,n.m F10UBL
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wear a badge conspicuously exposed In Circuit Curt, Bradford County, Florida Notice b hereby given that the registration -
r TALKS : bearing the number of his hunting State el FloridaVS hereby given to all concerned that books of Bradford county will be open
six months after date hereof I will present
license. In order to minimize shooting from the first Monday in January A. D. 1914
my final returns as administrator of the estate to the first Monday in March 1914 for the
accidents Manitoba requires huntersto Special Tax School District Numbered Twenty of Sallie S. Chesser. late of Bradford mary election law enacted by the legislature

wear a white coat or sweater and Three of Bradford Cointy, Florida I county. Florida deceased and apply to the I I registration of electors as required by the pn-. Worn Out?

1 BY GOVERNMENT cap and Saskatchewan insists that This cause coming on to be heard this the County Judge of Bradford County Florida of 1913. Under this law no one will be allowed -
I to vote in the
A. D. the for final discharge. primaries
3rd day of January 1914 upon petition my
: those who hunt big game must wear a and it to the J. D. BAXTER. unless they register while the books are open No doubt you are, if
filed herein appearing Administrator of the Estate ef Sallie S. ata the time herein stated This applies to you suffer from any of the
complete outer suit and cap of white. court; from the Raid petition that a special tj
voter. An must under the
The latter province has recently made bond election was held in the Town of Lake Chesser, deceased. every register new P numerous ailments to

FARM EXPERTS the for Butler, in Speeial Tax School Distrct num- Jan 6m. law.The books will be open in each of the voting which aa women are subject -
= penalty accidentally shooting
bered Twenty-three of Bradford County precincts of the county. Deputy registration Headache, backache -
person a fine ranging from $500 to Florida on the 8th day of November A. D., MASTER'S SALE officers have been appointed as follows: sideache, nervousness

I j _; $1.000 or imprisonment for six months 1914 for the purpose of determining whether No. 1. Lawtey L. H. Hill 4 weak tired feeling
or not the bonds should be issued by No. 2. Lake Butler W. M. Johnson ,
and suspension of further license privileges Special Tax School District to the amount of Notice is hereby given that under and by No.3. Palestine J. H. MattoxNo. are some of the symp

. S A' o. I.-County Roads-New for ten years. Fifteen Thousand Dollars (15000.00 for the virtue of that certain final decree of foreclosure 4. Providence._...._.__John W. Osteen toms, and YOU must rid
Connecticut has provided that following purpose, to-wit: Seven Thousand made and rendered the 3rd day of No. 5. Brooker __G. B. Colson yourself of them in orderto
Game Laws Tick any Five Hundred Dollars (7500.) for the purpose December. A. D. 1913 by the judge of the No. 6. Starke C. A. Futch feel well. Thousandsof

,t, hunter who shall injure a fence or of purchasing the school buildings and Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuitof No. 7. Hampton ...A. A. Futch women who have
U Eradication. let down a bar without replacing it I rounds now owned by the City of Lake But. Florida in and for Bradford County, No.8. Raiford................J. A. Brooks been benefited
ler Florida. Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00)for by this
Florida. In chancery sitting, in favor of The No.9. Worthington B. M. Leverett P
shall forfeit his hunting license and Four Thousand
repairs of said building
remedy to
Gainesville urge you
; First National Bank of a corporation Citizens of the respective districts may
1 tre license privilege for two years. Dollars (4000.00 for additions to said building f under the laws of the United States call on these deputies and be properly regis
Two Thousand Dollars (2000.00 one-
Connecticut Pennsylvania and British ing and improvement of grounds around said and having its place of business in the Cityof tered. TAKECardui

Columbia require license applicants' building One Thousand Dollars ($1.000.00)for Gainesville. Alachua County Florida com- K C. CROFT

under sixteen of age to furnish the purchase price and instalation of plainant. and against: M. L Hatcher his wife Supervisor of Registration Bradford County -
years laboratory and other needed equipment for if. J. W. Hatcher, bankrupt, the undersign- .
the written consent of parent or. signed will offer for sale during the legal l-2-4t.
said building for school purposes for the exclusive -
guardian. Vermont has a similar re- use of the public free schools within hours of sale on S I IMrs. ;

.g striction for those under fifteen and. said Special Tax School D.stricL; MONDAY the 2, DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1914to NOTICE OF SALE OF BONDS
And it further appearing that said election
cash the
for ,
the highest and best bidder Sale of School Bonds
s Oregon does not permit children under is prima facie in favor of the issuance of said following describel property to-w:

fourteen years old to hunt except on bonds. Block 18 according to the additional survey Hereby notice It given that on. or beforeno
relatives IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED. ADJUDGED J. W. Patten, of the town of Worthington onof Monday the 9th day of February,1914
the of their by
premises parents, AND DECREED by the court that the Springs bounded south by Hatcher street, at the office of F. G. Sshell. superintendentof The Woman's Toni; .

or guardians. said Special .Tax School District numbered east by First steect north by First Avenue publie instruction for Bradford County ;
Y. Twenty-three of Bradford County Florida and west by main street; and also Lots 1 and in Starke, Florida the undersigned w 11 Sylvania Woods,
by and through its proper officers, at the said 2 of block 10 of the J. W. Patten survey of ceive bids for the purchase of school re-I
Cattle Raiting. Court; House in Starke, Florida on the 17 the: said tow of Worthington Springs, in to be issued by special tax school district P of Clifton Mills,Ky., says:

1 States department day of January A. D. 1914 show cause if Bralford County, Florila. numbered Twenty-five of Bradford County, "BeforetakingCardul, ';
Reports to the United any there be, why said bonds should not be J. E. FLITCH Florida in the sum of $11,000.00 ; saidb onds
of agriculture show that cattle confirmed and validated. Jan. 2-5t Special Master. to be dated January I, 1914 payable to bearer I was, at times, so weak I .1

raisers in Mississippi during the last Done and ordered at Stake. Florida this thirty years after the date thereof with could hardly walk, and
the 3rd day of January, A. D. 1914.J. intreest att he rate of 6 per cent per annum,
year received a net increase of over T. WILLS LEGAL NOTICE payable semiannually on the first day of Jan- the pain in my back and !

12.000.000 In tile value of their cattleas Jan 9-2t Judge uary and July of each year. bead killed me.
Under and by virtue of an order made by Each bidder for the whole or any part of nearly
(Official News Summary of Up to Date the result of the war the depart the Hon. Geo. A. Gardiner Judge of the Probate such bonds will be required to deposit with After taking three bottles .
United ment has been making through; the NOTICE OF SALE OF BONDS Court of Bradford County Florida on his> bid in cash or by certified chech payableto
the dIs-
Matters Compiled by of Cardui
Sale of School Bonds. the order of the Board of Public Instruction pains ;
State Department of Agriculture.) bureau of animal lndutry. on the "lIt- Hereby notice is given that on or before THE 18TH DAY OF DECEMBER 1913, for Bradford County, Florida Sp er cent appeared. Now 1 feel as ,;

tie tick. However, there nre a utimlter of Monday the 9th day of February 1914 I well sell at public outcry to the highest of the total amount of any such bid to secure -
that still noon and best bidder for cash, the following des- compliance with the terms of said bid. well as 1 ever did. Every
CCORDING to a bulletin just is- of counties in the state are at the office of F. G. Schell. superintendent
cribed real estate belonging to the estate of The Board of Public Instruction for the
j 'sued by the office of public In quarantine and as a result it Is estimated of publie Florida instruction the undersigned for Bradford will County receive in G. W. Jennings deceased to-wit: Lot 41 in County of Bradford State of Florida. V suffering woman

$ roads of the United States department that tbe cattle raNers.are losing Starke.bids for the purchase of school bonds to be containing Woodlawn. 10 section acres, 31 more township or less.5 Said range real 22 BY L. W. KICKLITER.Jan try Cartful Getabotfle .,

of agriculture, county about $3.000.000, annually through; issued by special tax school district numbered estate to be sold in front of the court house 9-5t Chairman. today. E-63 t'
of Bradford County Florida
devastations caused by the tick. Twenty-two door in Starke. Florida on
roads paved with vitrified brisk are in the sum of 8000.00, said bonds to be dat-
Other southern states are being benefited ed January I, 1914 payable to bearer thirty MONDAY THE 2, DAY OF FEBRUARY 1914
becoming popular in many states and after the date thereof with interest at Value of Character.Mr. .
work of the
as the result of the years the same being a legal sale day purchaser to
satisfaction which the rate of ( per cnt pr annum payable semiannually J. Plerpout Morgan emphasized
owing to the general department and up to date about 200.- on the first day of January and pay for title This the 18th day of December

the toads so paved are giving when 000 miles of territory have been freed July of each year. 1913. W. E. DAVIS. character as a banker's most Importantasset -

Each bidder for the whale or any part of and recently Lord Cromer spokeof .
that officials
properly constructed It is probable from the tick. According tip the Administrator. ----- --------- --,
to with
such bonds will be required deposit official's
character government
the use of brick in road building will of the department tick eradication his bid in cash or by certified check payable as a COFFINS CASKETS .

continue to Increase rapidly I I ha of such vital importance to the to the order of the Board of Public Instruction NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF CUED Indispensable qualification, using these 1 ,

I that there should be for Bradford County, Florida. 5 per cent TORS. words: "I have always held that 75 per Ands Toll Line ofUndertakers' '
The principal advantages which southern states of the total amount of any such bid to secure
no letup until the complete destruc- compliance with the terms of said bid. cent of the Influence of British officials Supplies
vitrified brick
roads constructed of tion of the tick Is accomplished. When The Board of Public Instruction for the In the District Court of the United States for good depends on characterand
posses are: County of Bradford. State of Florida. for the Southern District of Florida. In brains. Mistakes Always on hand. The best 1mI '
25 cent on
this has l been done the south will have BY L. W. KICKLITEB. Bankruptcy.In only per

They are durable under heavy traffic taken a long stride toward the successful Jan 9-5tt Chairman. the matter of B. G. Mott of Starke. arising from defective latelU- I vice at the lowest price Sped ,

conditions. development of Its cattle Industry. Florida in the County of Bradford. District gence will generally admit of being attention to Telegraph Order. .

They afford easy traction and a good Reports to the department from its NOTICE TO CONTRACTORSSealed aforesaid Notice is bankrupt.hereby given that on rectified. Those which are due to de- I _

foothold for horses. agents In Tennessee, where the cattle bid will be received by the Brad- THE 24. DAY OF DECEMBER. A. D. 1913 fects of. character are more often ir I Registered Embalmer
ford County School Beard at Starke Fla until the said B. G. Mott was duly adjudged Bankrupt "
They are easily maintained and kept tick eradication has been successfully 12 o'clock neon. Feb 9th. 1914. for the erection and that the first meeting of his creditors remediable. -

rx deaD. conducted. show that in Bradley coun- and completion of a two story brick will be held in the office of the Clerk of
school house to be erected at Starke. Fla. In DcWITT C. JONES
said Court in the Government Building in the
where the tick has been completely
They present a very pleasing ap ty, accordance with the plans and specifications Dural Florida For
City of Jacksonville Count/, Weakness and Lois of AppetiteThe
of cattle has A Sum. Succowt to G. C Uvingrtoa & Co.
eradicated. the price aa prepared and furnished by Talley : : I II
:IESTBaCe. Architects. Jacksonville, Fla. on Old Standard general strengthening tonic,
On the other band the principal disadvantage more than doubled, that the interest in mer Each bidder must accompany his bid witha THE 10TH DAY OF JANUARY, A. D. 1314 GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC,drives out 1:1 I Starke, Fla.

live stock has been a great uplift to certified check for 2 per cent of the amountof Malaria and builds up the system. A true tonic :
la the high first cost. The the people and that more pure bred the bid made payable to the County School at 10 may o'clock attend a. m.prove, at which their time claims said appointa creditors and sure Appetizer. For adults and children. We. -- ---- -------- :

I defects which frequently result from cattle has been brought in than ever Board as an evidence of good faith, that indemnity he trustee examine the bankrupt, and transact .
will if awarded the contract execute an ,
lack of in the quality of such other business M may properly come
uniformity before bond in the sum of 50 per cent of

the brick or from poor constructionare It is stated that the increased valuation the contract price for the faithful performanceof before said meeting. CHAS. S. ADAMS.
the contract in a company that is lisenc-
usually to be traced to an effort to of the hides of cattle that have ed by the State of Florida and acceptable to Referee in Bankruptcy. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium)

been freed of ticks will almost pay the County Board. Bids are to be addressedto 1.2-lt.
reduce the first cost to popular
Kickliter chairman. and marked
L. W.
of tick erad Powerful Permanent
three times the entire cost Prompt
feeling that 1 local material should' be Bid on School House
ication. The large percentage of the Plans and specifications may be obtained
used even when of inferior quality. SALE Its beneficial ef. Stubborn cases Good results are
from the architect office No. 315 St. James p
chrome leather produced is finished
fects are usually yield to P. P. P. lasting-it cures
Fla. by depositing
Proper engineering supervision isemphasized with the grain on. Consequently all Building. Jacksonville felt very quickly when other medj- you to. stay cured
25.08 with the architects. If plans are spec- Notice la hereby given that I, S. B. Denmark P useless
: by the department in the Imperfections on the grained side, suchas ifications are returned in good condition ae- Sheriff of Bradford County, Florida ciaes are

colt.trUetiuu of roads. Many communities companitd with a bona fide bid. the deposit under and by virtue of a certain writ of ex-
the tick
Is caused by are very pro-
in the past have expended large will be returned otherwise the deposit will ecution issued out of and under the seal of P.P.P. .
nounced. A few years ago. when M kept by the architects as expense incurred the Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit -
sums! !u efforts to improve public roads practically all the upper leather was for furnishing the drawing.The of Florida in and for Bradford county.

without first having obtained the services School Board reserves theright to reject upon a certain judgment duly entered in said

of some one competent to plan made from bark tanned stock allot any ro all bids. Circuit Court, in and for Bradford county, Mates rich, red, pure blood-cleanses the entire
the leather was buffed or. in other The Board of Public Instruction for Brad- Florida on
clears the digestion andnerves.
and direct the work The results have ford County, Florida. system- brain-strengthens
words the top was grained to enable THE 3, DAY OF NOVEMBER. A. D. 1913
usually been very unsatisfactory. One BY L. W. KICKLITER. A positive specific for Blood Poison and skin diseases.
in certain therein whereinthe
lan 9-5t Chairman a cause pending,
of the mistakes most commonly practiced Rock Hill Buggy Company, a corporation, Drives out Rheumatism and Stops the Pain; ends Malaria;
Is the constructing of some expensive is plaintiff, and J. H. Scarborough la defendant -
ORDER OF PUBLICATION which aaid is a wonderful tonic and body-builder. Thousands endorse it.
of judgment was duly recorded
type pavement on a road In the Circuit Court 8th Judicial Circuit
and entered on
where the locality is. faulty or thetrades F. V. UPPMAN CO. *# SAVANNAH GA.
Bradford County, Florida THE 3, DAY OF NOVEMBER A. D. 1913, ? ,. ,

are impracticable. Bradford County Bank. a Corporation in minute or judgment book No. 2, page 104

Even In constructing'good earth VS will offer for sale, and sell for cash, to the
road It Is doubtful to dispense W. J. Hillman Company, a corporation et al highest and best bidder thereof and thereforat
Bill to Rove dead and Quiet Title -" .
a certain place where leveid upon in the .
with the services of a competent Te All Wkoat It May Concern. Greeting: City of Lake Butler. Bradford. county, Florida I.

.engineer, and If any considerable! quantity It appearing by the sworn bill of complaintIn onMONDAY
the above entitled cause that there are persons -
of work Is to be done such services interested in the property described in THE 2. DAY OF FEBRUARY A.

should certainly be secured. Since the said bill of complaint and involved in D. 1914, between the legal hours of sale

brick pavennnta are probably more expensive this suit other than the known defendants. the; wares, merchandise, tool etc. levied JOHNSON & ANDERSON "
and that the names and residences of such der a certain execution and 4ilescribedProtberelufa
to construct than any other i k persons are unknown to the complaint and of the Sheriff thereon.

type of i pavement at present used ont t_ that in the said bill relief is prayed against The said above described property being Ir"- AUTOMOBILE LIVERY SERVICE

-county roads It Is important that such unknown persons ; ied upon and sold aa the property of the,defendant
A .
Therefore it is ordered that all parties J. H. Scarborough, to satisfy and '
their construction should be carefully > <>< claiming an interest in the property herein pay said execution and coats. STARKE, FLORIDA

planned and well executed. after described or any part thereof, underG. THIS 2, DAY OF JANUARY, A. D. 1914. ,;.
W. Robonson, deceased late of Alachua '
under Fred M. Lewis, or .
i County, Florida or 3
Sheriff of Bradford County Florida.A.
otherwise and all parties claiming an interest : ;
V. LONG. Plaintiff's Attorney.Jan .
Popcorn New Farming Industry. in the property hereinafter described oran

The department of agriculture has ".;.. part; thereof, lying and being in the 25tSHERIFF'S Hampton one passenger $1.50,round trip$2; two passengers ;
County of Bradford. State of Florida to-wit: -
ttftooaced aa Interesting investigation N<4, except IS acres on East aide of S. $2 round trip $3. Lawtey and Sampson City same rates as ;"'

.vo. the'value of popcorn as a breakfast .. A. L. Ry in NE%, of Section 1; N%. except SALE Hampton. Raiford one passenger $3, round trip $4; two pas

food and states that |L50 worth of .' ':.'. EH of NEK of NW% and WU of NW% of round Lake Butler
.. $4 trip $5. one $3.59
sengers passenger
M '*.. NE%. of Sections : NH of NW% and NW'4 Notice la hereby given that I. S. B. Denmark -
caw material can be made to produce ;. "?..."." ..h..,,<->!';:....". of NEB, of Section 13 : NIt of Lot 1%, and Sheriff of Bradford County, Florida round trip $4.50; two passengers 4.5, round trip $6. All other
,-;o- 'it\"o.; : all of Lota 2%, 23 24, 27, SO. 31, 32, 33 35.
430 worth of popcorn on a piece offorty 't* $ii; under and by virtue of that certain writ of
at proportionate rates. Special rates to Cars
points parties.
14 ef Section 15
rhnd feet ::0nlt 36 31, 38 of Section : Lot 34 execution issued out of and under the seal
long by twenty feet '>[:71'S in 5 South 22 East, do
_--.... all Township Range of court; of the County Judge, in and for handled by careful drivers.
wide. appear to said bill of complaint on or before Bradford County Florida against J. H.

The department recommends.popcorn the 6th day of April. 114. the same being Scarborough and in favor of Cottrell Sad-
A CHAMPION 8TEKB. a rule day of this Court: and that this orderbe Careful Attention Repair Work
j .as a valuable breakfast food-superior; published once a week for 12 consecutive dlery Company, a corporation and dated
December 23, A. D. 1913, will offer for sale
f f to many of the market varieties. A the tanner to eliminate a treat many weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph a
and sell to the highest and best bidder there
-qUAntity can be grown profitably and imperfections from the class of stuck said weekly Bradford newspaper County of general Florida. circulation in for for cash, in the City of Lake Butler at J

When there Is a surplus not wanted Infested by the tick Tanuers then WITNESS the Honorable J. T. Wills a certain place where levied upon to-wit,

.tor tome consumption It can be dlspos.ed could buy cheap hides tout were covered Judge of the said Circuit Court and also myofficial the place in of business of the said J. H Scarborough
the County of Bradford and the -
signature as well as the seal of this
of to merchants or to consumers with iiuperfectiuut and make fair Court this the Slat day of December, 1913. at State of Florida on

tdlivet at a good profit ly good leather. The situation today Is Starke. Florida. I MONDAY FEBRUARY 2ND A. D. 1914

.Different different-the public U demanding good W. T. WEEKS I the same being a legal sale day of said court.
in which
ways popcorn can .
Clerk Circuit Court during the legal hours of sale on said day
be prepared as A food are suggestedby shoes from leather. By R. A. Weeks. D. C. the following goods wares and merchandise,
the Hides that have been infested with A. V. LONG AND J. E. FUTCH to-wit: 8 sets Thimble Skein Points 60 sets
department of which
some are: of Horse Shoes 1, lot of and
1.9-lSt Solicitors for Complainant Buggy Wagon
Two teacupfuls of white sugar, half ticks are graded as No. 4. while the Spoke one lot of Buggy and Wagon Shafts. When You WantA

a cupful of corn sirup, two ounces of same hides if freed from tick marks and one lot of paint levied upon under said
execution and described in the Sheriff's return
chocolate and a cupful of water. Put would grade No. 2. The difference iu In the Circuit Court 8th Judicial Circuit, thereon.

theca ingredients into a kettle and the price of these two grades of hidesis Bradford County Florida. The said above described property being rev
scot them until the sirup hardens 3 cents per pound. The average Edward W. Manley ied of said upon J.and H. Scarborough offered for sale, to as satisfy the proprety and pay Horse A MuleA

when put la cold water. Pour over hides of Tennessee steers weigh about VS. said execution and costs.

four quarts of'crisp. freshly popped forty-two puuuds. Therefore the effect W. J. Hillman Company et. aL This the 1st day of January A. D. 1914.
S. B.
Bill Rmove Cloud and Title DENMARK
to Quiet
corn and stir well to Insure the uniform of freeing the cattle in Tennessee of : Sheriff of Bradford County, Florida
To All Whom !t Hay Concern. Greeting:
coating of the kernels. ticks alone would increase the valuation It appearing oy the sworn bill of complaintin JOE HILL WILLIAMS A
of each hide $1 or more. the above entitled cause that there are per- Attorney. Buggy WagonA
sons interested in the property described in
the said bill of complaint and involved in IN CIRCUIT COURT, 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT -
Game Laws For
1913. this suit other than the known defendants OF FLORIDA, BRADFORD COUNTYC.
The department of agriculture, Sugared Popcorn. and that the names and residences of such J. JOHNSONVS

through the bureau of biological survey Make a si:-np by boiling together two persons are unknown to the complainant. and
that in the said bjll relief U prayed against CHARLOTT JOHNSON Set of Harness
has issued the fourteenth annual teacupfuls of granulated sugar and a such unknown persons; BILL FOR

summary of the came laws of the teacupful of water. Boll until the Therefore it is ordered that all parties Divorce

United States and Canada. sirup string from the spoon or hardens claiming an interest in the property herein- State NOTICE of FloridaTo TO APPEARThe *
thereof, under
after described part
or any
I The bulletin contains among other when Cropped into cold water. G. W. Robinson deceased late o fAlachua Charlott Johnson. Greeting
Pour six of Florida otherwise and all It having been shown by affidavit that the Come to See UsWe
things, a brief synopsis of the new over quarts freshly popped County claiming interest or in the;property hereinafter parties Defendant Charlott Johnson non-resident of

game laws enacted in each state and corn and stir welL deserjbed an or any part thereof. lying the State of Florida and that the residenceof
said Defendant is at Guyser Goergia and
province and a series of tables show- to-wit
Ing the provisions relating to seasons, l The: South half of Sections cue and two that years.It said. Defendant is over age of twentyone buy in car lots and give our customers -

+ export, sale limits and licenses. The ( Popcorn Balls. in in Townshrip the County 5 of South Bradford.Range State 22 East of Florida do appear is therefore ordered, considered and ad- the benefit of the lowest prices.J. .
judged that the said Defendant Charlott
geual objects of the bulletin are to I r One pint o sirup one pint of sugar. to the ea'd bill of complaint on or be- Johnson do appear to the Complainant's Bill

present in convenient form the restrictions two table*)\I -oufuls of butter and a fore the 6th day of April 1914 the same be- of Complaint herein on or before the
1 ing a rule day of this Court; and that this 2ND DAY 0 FEBRUARY A. D. 1914
on hunting which affect the enformueut teaspoonful vinegar. Cook till the be week for 12 consecutive
order published once a in default whereof a decree pro confesso will
,: of the federal statutes reg- alrup.hard. !D ; when dropped into cold yeeks in the Bradford County Telegraph be catered against the said Charlott Johnson

+ 'ulatiig Interstate commerce In game water. lieu .ive to back of stove and a weekly newspaper of general circulation It is further ordered that this notice be J. W. ANDREWS &
said Bradford Flor-
in the County published in the Bradford County Telegrapha
and the protection of migratory birds add half a teaspoonful of soda dissolved ida.WITNESS newspawr published at Starke in Bradford SONI

.and to show the trend and general condition In a tahlespoonful of hot water the Honorable J. T. Wills. Count Florida once each week for four consecutive -
said Circuit Court, and also
Judge of my weeks.
# of legislation from year to year. and then [x> ir the hot sirup over four official signature as well as the seal of this IN WITNESS WHEREOF I Have hereuntoset

5 Some novel laws enacted by the legislatures Quarts of fr shly popped corn stirringtill Court this the 31 day of December. 1913. at my hand and affixed the seal of our Circuit

-. are found In the bulletin each ker el is well coated, when it Starke.. Florida. Court on this tile Slat day of December. I
W. T. WEEKS \. D. 113.
among them being that Ohio and can be mol cox into balls or into any Clerk Circuit Court W. T. WEEKS ti

Vennsylvanl now require a licensee to desired fora. By R. A. Weeks. D. C. Clerk.

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AMOUSSLOVENS A man who was offering gratuitous Chum Saved Himself. r !
Information at a country fair was dIs- little dog. unlicensed .bad'bPf'n f
found in the street and taken to tht
paraging the show of cattle. 1 .
-- "Call these here prize cattle?"' he I pound. He was an affectionate animal .

hey Had a Fine Contempt For scornfully sali "Why they ain't noth- ., and greatly endeared himself! tall 4ftr ; :

In' to what our folks raised. You may Was Slow and Painful and Over about the place They called !IIIIM : It

Personal Appearance. not think it, but my father raised the Chum, and be joyfully r 'dwhenever "
Ice Fields.PLIGHT 1
: his name was
spoken. As
biggest calf of any man round our
parts." I: the days passed, other !I'lIf.. bi uiele!"<< r We 1 I

ENIUS IN UNCOUTH ATTIRE "I can very well believe It," observed dogs; were put to death Finally ('Ulllt'Chum's re.

a bystander surveying ,him from OF TWO EXPLORERS.Their last day of grave, and no one \ \ I
head to foot had come to claim him. The next Six Months

,rurmr, the Artist, Dressed Like an It Is not every one who enjoys a Jokeat morning dawned. and the man who
Fight Against Death by Starva was to kill Chum
called him
Old Time Cab Driver-Dr. Johnson his own expense The judge who
tion and the Visions That Were Conjured yard. Chum danced and wagged; Ills Ahead !
Was Grotesque, and "Old Fitz" Outraged pointed with his rane and exclaimed.
Up by the Torture of the Mad. tail, no doubt thinking something good] ;
"There Is a great at the end of
All the rogue
Sartorial Conventions '
was In store for him. The ; 'i
dening of man then
my cane," was Intensely enraged when Pangs Hunger. ///IwC\
It is said: "Well, Chummy, your time has
surprising how outrageously the man looked hard at him and asked The When the '
terrible readymadeclothierplac
phantom that haunts I -
come. You'd better .
of their personal, appearance coolly}] ; say your pray- !.
famous every traveler in the desert is the possibility ers." Immediately the. little forepawswere "r
men have been. Genius "At which end honorT"A ll
your that he wll1"not find water. crossed, the little '
117 or may not be allied to madness, friend of Curran's was braggingof head bowed
it It his The arctic explorer rarely suffers from and Chum said his prayers. As the =
certainly' very often been his attachment to the Jury system thirst but' another little iI' es his "newest styles"on H
edjfclth an utter disregard for and said: danger equally body was still in this attitude of .\ )

s and cleanly habits. terrible and menacing, is always on his reverence a step was beard The attendant t l
"With trial I have sale half jjj
by jury lived, and they're old ,
It is said of Turner,.the great land.cape by the blessing of God with trial by trailstarvatIon.In looked up and saw tbe superintendent a year to x R j

painter, that his hands were"the Jnry I will die." "Lest In the Arctic" Captain standing there. There were begin with.

imallest and dirtiest bands on record." "Oh" said Currnn In much amazement Ejnae Mikkelsen. the explorer who, tears In the eyes of each Chum Is t'

perhaps that Is an exaggeration, but after having been given'up for dead still living;: but instead of being no It's
"then you've made mindto because the
up your
e was certainly very slovenly In his be hanged.;: Dlck-London Tit-Bits. for over two years, was picked up in body's dog be is now everybody's. manufacturer sold him .

.dress. He wore a black swallowtail east Greenland by a salling"essel, Louis Republic from models
ess coat very much in need of a Carved by Nature.A gives a graphic account of his race _- up six months previously.If ? lj

ith sbrusu rigorously used and in curious effect of the wear and against, hunger. Their sledge dogs Proved His Profession.

e warmest as well as in the coldest tear to which the earth's crust Is con- dead, their outfits abandoned, every : In "Pierre Carat Singer and Exquisite you have us send your measure to

ther. 'he wore round his throat a tinually being subjected Is shownin morsel of food long since devoured ." Is this story of the Parisian

of wrap or muffler, which be the Devil's slide In Utah and other the only hope of Mikkelsen and his favorite: Out alone one evening in 1782

ould unloose, letting the ends dangle peculiar formations all over the west. companion was to reach 17 Kilometer Garat was arrested by a patrol of national Ed. V Price & Co.

wn in front and dip Into the colors There exist on the South river, In the Naesset where, on the fall trip, they guards because he was unableto
palette. ,He always worked Wasatch mountains bad left a few tins of food. produce his card of citizenship, as Merchant II IIyou'll
(a part of the Tailors 1
ther with his old hat Chicago U. S. A.
his decreed ,
th this on bead or Rockiest, singularly/ capped pinnacleso "Every two hours we make a short by the con ention. And so be.

sad Bis same large muffler over his slender pillars rising: from 40 to 400 halt but the rot is spoiled: by the .Garat "whose larynx was said to be .

at of an old appearance time was more like feet high and most of them crowned thought of the uncomfortable quarterof a whole opera." was taken to the section Bet clothes that are the style the moment !"
than of house, and the officer in .
or capped an hour that awaits us when we command
by huge stones. These
ras famous short Royal and stout Academician with a red for and be are not the work of man. but are start and try to get our stiffened muscles began"Your his interrogation" as follows" : the suit is made, and for about the I
into Order "hIng. "That"retorted
itchy face memorial monuments of huge hills working again. Our

'Dr. Johnson's slovenliness has al.Ot from which they are cut out by the feet especially are very painful; the the officer" "is not a profes same money. Which do you prefer? .'

: passed Into a proverb. There action of the air and water and the ankles are swollen and horribly tender. sion. 1 also sIn;. "PossIbly. drawled .

? raY conti'uiiorary| accounts of are his lone remains of many square miles of "The pangs of hunger increase every our hero "but I sing better than ....

ifaming out of his bouse in Bolt court solid rocks which have been washed minute. For my own part. I can you. The case is not the same." "Oh!
think of nothing but food. At first You will have to prove that Garat Hull's Department Store ;
f th his wig;: back to front and histtocklnS'down. away to a depth of some 400 feet my
When Boswell visited The greater hardness of the surface thoughts dwell upon all sorts of dishes always fond of an innocent coup de .

_{'tIm at 1 Temple lane he records: i has caused it to resist corrosion more but gradually they concentrate them- the theatre, immediately attacked one of STARKE FLORIDA J1'e
> than selves sandwiches-Danish sandwiches most florid romances of his repertoire ,
JfDs, brown suit of clothes looked very the underlying rock thus leaving upon -
i i sty; be- had;un a little old shriveled. huge caps of stone perched high In the la particular my fancy turns -a thin"? of trills, roulades and -:

Inpowdt red wig;: which was too small air on points of their columns. Here upon the food that I have seen given "dying falls a performance so astonishing -

:J;Ac his head his shirt neck and the and there can be found a double col- away to beggars, and 1 grow furiousat ; in that grimy guardhouse that

'v knees of his brw.-hes were loose his umn capped by a single stone thus the thought of the contempt with his captors not only released him. but

,tjWack! worsted stockings! ill drawn up, forming a nntvral bridge both unique which these gentry often regard such escorted him home in triumph.A .1

'7ud by way of clippers he had on a and picturesque.-Health. gifts.

jjrlsir; of unbuckled hlJO.S." When it is "Gradually the thought takes posses- Novelty In Strikes.

CJeC1 that tnis great man was con- Chloride of Sodium.In sion of me that I am waiting in the The management of a traveling theatrical IN

tly twiu-hiug. connection with the salt streets of the company demanded 2 shillingsfor ,
; ;grunting: shaking name a Copenhagen eagerly on .
bead pulling his cheeks and blink- curious fact is to be noted. Salt. was lookout for sandwiches. Suddenly I admi..sion. The visitors did not STOCK '

hIs eyes, it must be admitted that formerly regarded as a compound re- spy what I am seeking a little white propose to pay more than 1 shilling: 4 PLACERS RESAWS STEAM .

appearance was' not only uncouth sulting from the union of hydrochloric object lying to the right of me. I turn and after a hasty consultation outside. MATCHERS SELF FEED FEEDS RIP r

lilt grotesqua tor( as it used to be called muriatic) to pick it up. but as 1 stop my foot the entrance formed a "theater goers' TOWER EDGERS TRIMMERS h

:. .Thomas Carlyle coming of a peasant acid and soda and hence the generic strikes against a stone. The shock union." Pickets were stationed and PERKI\S SHINGLE MACHINERY r ,

'Ace, never conformed to society garb. term of salt was applied to all sub brings me back to stern .reality. I within a few minutes' 278 people- I EXCISES! up to 40 h. SAWMILLS I 'f' J I"

.was nlw:1ys'tlJe inspired peasant stances produced by the combinationof take in my belt and staler on again. practically all who were there-had BOILERS, up to 40 la. Light and HeavySAWDCST .I'

f Would sometimes go out in his a base with an acid. Sir Humphry "Iversen is in no better case. I notice agreed not to pay the 2 shillings.! : CONVEYORS SLAB CAXVEYORSGASOLIXE I j f :

u dressing gown over which he but- Davy, however, showed that during; that he frequently stops and peers The manager appeared at the doorway ENGINES STEAM FEEDS

.aced a big coat gray with age. When their action on each other both the through the fieldglass;: at something;: on and refused to make the required LATH :MILLS STAVE BULLS

; was left alone in the house be doted acid and the alkali underwent decomposition ahead; then he lets the glass: fall again reduction. I I"I'll DISSTOX SAWS j

in swilliug; his flagstones withiJIIDa'"of and that while water is form- with a shake of the head. Once or give you till I count twenty ( SAW BITS for all makes of MW ,

water, und many a dlstln- ed by the union of the oxygen of. the twice I ask what be Is looking at but said the newly elected president of the : BOXES f.

bed friend found him thus en- alkali and the hydrogen of the achi the answer Is always the slme-be new union "and after that our price" SIIAFTINGiPULLEYS BELTING, 4 grade*-medium to beet
will be
ged with a kind of smock on and the sodium of the former combines thought be had discovered: a case of sixpence instead of 1 shilling. LOG CHAI.VS CANT HOOKS TOSGSE'ERYTDlXG

busby hair all tousled. He wentbout with the chlorine of the latter to form provisions but it turned out to be a He counted slowly to nine and then FOR THE

all the_summer among the high- chloride of sodium and tnl term Is rook. the manager capitulated SAWMILL

aristocracy in a frieze jacket which the scientific designation salt which "According; to our reckonins.);;: we II The strike was 'declared at an end. \ Write forPrices c

' >-ill part of an old dressing;: gown. All paradoxical as It may seem. Is not a ought to reach 17 Kilometer Naessetby the quondam strikers trooped Into the I
ball, and the union dissolved after ,
was .
cabmen and bus drivers'Chelsea salt At one time nearly the whole of about 6 in the evening. We keep a '

:. knew hint: One aid, "lie may the salt used as food and for industrial. sharp lookout for the point and sight;: an existence of about twenty minutes. t i

ear a queer 'at but what'would yer purposes was obtained from the sea. : something; about 4 o'clock that looks -Sydney (Australiai lalLI ..
e for the'Vadplece inside of It?" and In many countries where the climate like it Once more. however we are .i, t

It would not be seemly to describe Is dry and warm and which havea doomed to disappointment It Is not I The Eskimo Mind.
: The difficulty conveying the true >. .
uyson as slovenly in any real convenient seaboard a great quantityof the poInt."W@

ie. He was a singularly noble salt is still obtained. pas many old camping places idea of Christianity to the Eskimo !'" --'--- ---_. i ,
mind Is related Stefansson :
VHhjalmur -
king man. but he did not care a jot relics of the Denmark expedition: but
"N'ow. it that in Kotsebue
'cal : seem
hat be wore. His old slouch bat had The Cabinet although we search long;: and carefully

! >n unnumbered years and flapped George I. is said to have been responsible armwr the old tins for any remains off sound, where the Christian doctrines of WHEN t.
the Colville had originated fishing -
bout at all angles, and the Inverness for the word "cabinet" as it dVwe\ find nothing. In the gatherI people SEEDSPOULBY t.i
is by nets only. As fishing is practically
pe which he invariably wore was has long applied to politics In the ttlarkBess every point we approach
the only work done there the i
bout as old as his bat People who United StateS: When be was king be Stirtos to us the one we seek. Encouraged missionary bad probably said to them. YOU :

et him without knowing his immense could not take part In the deliberations by the thought of food we redouble :
'Do fish nets Sunday I
I not put out your on :
of his own privy council becausehe our efforts. But when we get
Unction would have regarded hima : meaning;: thereby 'Do not workon I ti.
rather knew no English. British statesmen close enough; to see that It'ls not the
character and
quaint aloft Sunday. However that may be GRAIN HAY 'ETt.
cutter would not have assessedat did not speak German. So the point our flickering; flame of energy THINK
the prohibition came to our community i
ministers who served this first of dies down. and we stagger sullenly
half a dollar, all told. in the form 'God has said you must < Seed '
| Seed
along with bowed heads. :
the Hanoverian sovereigns of Great ;: ,
This. is a description of the.dally apace not use fish nets on Sunday.' Accord-
of Edward Fitzgerald, the ., Britain used to meet In the king's "We have no longer any Idea of our ingly the entire community pulled Rye and Vetch Garden and OF :

mortal translator of "The Rubalyat" private room or cabinet-derived from whereabouts. and It is Indescribably their fish nets out of the river Satur- Farm Seels for Fall and Spring I
the French cabin or lIttle uncanny to see' time after time the
Omar Khayyam: "Straggling gray room- day night fished with books all day I
Planting. Headquarters for
while be was absent Afterward they same headland with the two small hillocks -
and slovenly In dress, wearing an Sunday and put tbe nets back into the
Informed him of the result of their dis- at its foot the ghost of 17 Kilometer Poultry and Stock Feed and INSURANCETHINK -
dent battered, black banded shiny water Monday morning. I ft t tt
Naesset. About 10 o'clock half :
cussions. followed
tall round which would It naturally that
hat he Poultry Supplies. Write for i
the part of the privy council which mad with hunger and exhaustion we ;
wintry weather tie a handkerchief Uneorker of Ocean Bottles.It and .
to give It up and. creeping as close together prices catalog. I r
was supposed be.ln particular favor
keep it In place; his clothes of is not many years since the high II '
as possible try to sleep. But I
with the
blue cloth he a king and especially close to of uncorker of ; *1
as though were sounding post ocean !.
the pain In Iversen's leg is so great
him came to be spoken of as his cabInet I '
arer: his trousers short and his that he cannot sleep. and he is half out bottles was abolished in England. DARBY & MARTIN
low. exhibiting a length of white council. News traveled slowly in Queen Elizabeth's
of his mind. He wakes me at midnight JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA !
gray stockings. With an unstarcb- and begs me to go on. time, and the liNt news sue I OFJACK 1

shirt front high crumpled standup Handmade" Ragtime."Of "It i* bitterly cold and the wind has bad of the taking of Nova Zembla by

r, t big black silk tie in a careless course said the salesman. "any shifted so that it Is blowing in our the Dutch was found In a bottle picked

w; in cold weather trailing a green thing handmade, Is sure to be superior faces. Staggering unsteadily and feeling up by a Deal fisherman named Ton- DAVIS

black and gray plaid shawl in hot to what is made" by machinery""Not our way with our sticks off we go field who forwarded the message to 11

eather even walking barefoot with always, answered the musical Into the darkness. the lord high admiral. Queen Eliza

stick." Surely' person. "If you start up a music box beth struck the Idea and de- :
boots slung to a "Finally, after another long march was by
Told Fits" as Tennyson called him. it generally plays something la the we sight a point that resembles 17 creed that all bottles with inclosures SMOKEA.P.H. STARKE

ftook the cake for slovenliness of all way of a standard composition. But Kilometer Naesset and this time It is found on the coast should be forwarded ::1'

gtbe immortalsl-rearson's Weekly. when anybody sits down at the piano no trick of the Imagination. The race to the lord nigh admiral. Tonfietd I! I :
and turns out something by band the
is won. for at the point we find fuel being appointed uncorker. The post
chances are that it will be ragtlme.-
survived for centuries. t.
1. A Useful Army. and tins of soup and peas. ,
Washington Star. .
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Completing improvements
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[conquered town. say Popular MecbanIfcs Ancient Memphis. Babies Sleep. I I ,

is aa unusual occupation for an in- Slight Omission. Over the site of the ancient city of Infants cannot sleep too long, but CIGMade 800ICLES I \

Tiding army, but this U what happen- "1 thought you said he was a man Memphis once the fair city of tbe may be deprived of needed rest if t f i
led in Osluu. Macedonia. When the of means? world now buried by a thick deposit)1 i placed in light rooms or awakened by in StarkeRUB.MY.TISM .j{ 1

Balkan war broke out the electric "Excuse" me. 1 left off the adjec of Nile mud stand stately palms.I i noise Nothing so unnerves the childas 300 !

I street lighting system was almost com- tire. which yield a luscious fruit Over the lack of rest and the health may be -- ..DLLUSTRATION5 ;, '

I plete. The town was then taken by the "What adjective city the peasant Egyptians carry on permanently ruined if It does not sleep +

I Servian array, and the engineeringstaff 01'f.imited'Birmingham' Age-Her their agricultural;. pursuits and the: the fourteen hours or more that it tf
( co in pi ft"1 the system and put it aId. should. i1
palms yield tbe entire food of the

(in working order. peasants during a large part of the
Popular Mechanics 1 (
A Great Art In Little. year.Argonaut Help Expected. ; {:

Dole's Musical Rebus. "Is there really any art In convening Tour salary isn't enough to supportmy Magazine R ,.

Gustave Dti a,. the famous painter ?" daughter." SO YOU CAN UNfiCftSBUtD IT"

[and engraver, once bought a villa on -Of course: always say small things Carrying a Point" "I'm glad you've come to that conclusion e r A CREA T ContiJlued Story cI tW Worlel'e "T'"T'WJUTTEN s
"You made some enemies paid the
[ the outskirts of Paris and wrote over In a big way and big things in a small so early sir."-Boston Transcript Proerwi winch you may began reading
I Do. way."-Mlnneajiolis JournaL consoling friend "but you carried your COR. ADAMS i a lrEVELXNO STft at any tine" and which v/iU hold your
the entrance this musical rebus. interest forever. You ire Lvmg io the best .
I ml, si la, do. re. This properly Interpreted .- point"" s year,of the most wondcrfi.1 ;age of what U f
Closed Door "Yes. replied Senator Sorghum:: I doubtless the greatest world in tie universe. I
is -Domicile a Dore" .or in carrion with Just So. A resident oi Mars would gladly! Wl- 'ad1
"sometimes a point i
a man
,Hans Buelow. the fllani*t. at one ,
I plain English "Home of Dore. Crawford-To do well FOR
about the same amount of personal a thing you HONEST AN&ELIABLE GOODS A QMS YEAR'S ,
his! door notice that
time posted on a know
comfort that derives from sitting onttack.Washington you must do it yourself. Crab- r'tothismagaaiae.inordertokcepnfcrriwdof
was quite in the London vein: "BeforeNooni shaw But the fun LIST ON # ;
An Invitation. Star you miss of seeing;: REQUEST in 11our
progress Engineering and
Out"Plenty ,
"What are you thinking,, of, Miss Not Receiving, ;: : Afternoon. the other fellow work.-Judge. Are you reading it? Two miJiona of your .
neighbors are, and it is the favorite
f Wombat ;; zinc in thousands of the best
ipotsognition For Story. American ,
Room the I
of at Top.
No Rivals homes. It appeals to all elzsses-std
"Of your name Mr. Hugging. and
lady (partial invalids re-
Knlcker-There's plenty of room at rn jy beIJ-He young-men and women. { ,
."My named" the top. Bocker-Yes., but your wife qr..,/(oniian5on| : one who has tray says be has never had a The "Shop Ifltef'( Deytrtaest (SO pages) 1-
"Yes. a* Shakespeare says. ,Is there eleiVbr: can tell good ghost stories pre rival in love. Belle-1 suppose' not gives easy says to io t:i-f-t-t lets nave oi :the bottom bureau use ful articles for tome and ehopi-qs.irs
you >ly He gas always been In love with him I ,etc.
anything in a name? -Seattle Post-ln- in LondonTimes Will H
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drawer. f'prk Sun. ferred. cure your "Am.t ur l! chamc."(10 pa."e8)toll how to
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i man.loves himself more,than all the world who would withdraw friendship .
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rest of men.-Antonius. from Ufe.-Cicero.
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.. A charming custonfti&Jong :tourists LAWTBY STATE BAN*?-LAWTET.FLA. ; -----.J -
z \ '. (.Condensed >from report to. State Comp. .. '
\' at Verona is tbat of tearing their visiting troller at close of business,-';.Dec. 31. 1918. Ii_ '
cardsat the reputed tomb ofJullel Beuwrces.4. A 'BRONCHIAL COUGH I 1

: Loans and discounts: .. ..'- $ 15959.29 ,..s... I
;:: ounty News Itetrts Thfcj act. however must' be Building, Fur &: FilL. ______ ,7.745.78, fill wearing and dangerous because the inflamed
taken as a pretty .compliment to the Expenses .-._1_'-4;_' 2.767.61". : ;
.. Immortal lore tory rather ttban as an Cash. and due from bank __ 8,420.15 ItI! i acr -!illed tubes interfere with breathing and the I

i offering in meinvriam.' is unlikely 'I",""r"r t.. ,-: ." .'H I *.fresh air.passes ,through that unhealthy tissue.Probablyno a -

: Interestixitf facts Gathered that travelers have not learned that 4 J 6 f.'3U9f.95uAWHtiei j other remedy affords such
k During the Week by' Our prompt
( the tomb ,is in' reality one.of those Capital stick paid in cash $ 15096 I .and
I relief
Regular Correspondents. Undivided prots _> 2JB.8Depoeita Ie permanent as Scott's Emulsion; it
: 1 :', pious fictions so dear to the !south, --_ ::..._-.._.|_ _" 1U44.20 I f checks the cough heals the linings :of the'throat

mental and that, even Shakespeare's Billa payable iCashier's ,__ ==-_. --'. .ooo.)) and bronchial
I tubes
.' ..-.. : tragedy itself Is generally held to bare checks out-standing _'t 4.9O, and strengthens the lungs to
:1 : ," ; 10 avert tuberculosis. This point cannot be emphasized
historical -
", no basis. A writer in the. .j #
.', HAMPTOVLastThursday .. .. yj '. $3L9.93 In
LAKE BUTLER Graphic: London says. Xjie so caU- : too strongly-that Scott's Emulsion has
I, hereby rilly 'tha\.o the above'ia rrect.
frc :: night the stores of There ,abundant indications that '- : 1 "- c. I I I 1 been bronchitis
ed tomb. , )_ J. V; Jgnes .and;the, Hampton.Furniture -' the strawberry'crop will'be the best the gardens. ,of the- Orpbanh, was formerly 1 .T'4 $ \ Cashier.Attest .i III will help you

anol. Hardware Co.<< were broken in .years.- 'There, are few .industries a;:. washing trough." rAnotber; Pearce.: Di W/ E.rJ..Vt1..i Toio>;-..-' Louisft.feill. W G. :, III! 'Be careful to avoid substitutes and insist on SCOTT'S.

: into. Entrance was gained by break. that can'be commenced with less capital writer; is no less ,severa ;;There Is $tate of, orids'j ,-3 iii I AT ANY DRUG STORQ 13-77

-. : 'Out. a pane of glass in. one, of.the, .win. and three acres of land issuffic- plenty. flee in,Verona." he wys. "th County:inl ft Bradford. .*J*,*,, -- Jan-' I_'_ 1iJ: ::< {of' r."'" irrn_ _''!' .J i '1'JI6''fI'F "- "",, !] i-4
Done presence this'toi'day of
of .*" Nothing i ''HomeseekerV in' citIes of northern Italy rith ch'of'the'places. nt -
dows I e :Florida ,would uary f.iints: "* .'-?>t-:: j>
was takenfro&i''Mr..Jone's store Jbut, dqiwell'to\ visit Bradfor l before time money and emotion jin bootIng CHAS DINKINS.. tntl
at trap" But the cnajom remains .., i .tI; Public. weapon, no doubt the arm the
:-. several I'pocket knives, 'raz rs' and going 'farth south. ,- remain as IOI g'tbere ____'-Ii .'i' ,_. tunate French vessel's command, :

some small I change was secured from ,We .regret' to announce the deathof are tourists.. ,r \'-\. CONDENSED'i I. TATEIiN4. or'Tu- CONDITION A' Cf'-No-, '.Wonder, After' He' Had Read During the time this vas going oft"

.t : the hardware .store. There was :no Mrs.. G. F. Faircloth. We report. JPF.BRADFORD CO. BANK } About Its Strength.! JlmJRatu Kadavu's serraiit who Is a,'

., clue of the -robbers io. be' found.:However -" ed her severe.illne8s'just 'as .we,,were Neglect of the Scalp. | At ,the L S_1se V STARKE.of business''JFtA Dec.> .Slat. .' 1913-.: 1, What b dripping?' particularly good type of a large mus:

late Friday; evening, Mr. Dough-: going to press. Inheritance has something to d? with ''Notel. .Re.olLrccs- i.'!EverybOdy knowS ttat dripping Is cular race; .approached me, ran his ,

.., try, of-Harperiand! Williams'.turpentine .' Rev2J'John' B.1: Culpepper' .the tweJJ; baldness. Men In''a family iuaUyI Bradford Co bill school discounted.i. Co. 'Script..j $114.688.65. 20346.00 '8up_ to be the juices, the savory hand around my waist' and slowly-
I have a disposition to bald'at essences, t&at'fall froni roasting meats. down my thigh and smacked his lips
get ,bout
still notified th3 officers that known evangelist together .with hisoungestn'John Municipal bonds, Town 'of Starke 2,500.00
..' he same age.: Certain scalp diseases Banking house furniture I: 'fiX.' 4853.75 ',That'is ,the S PV SitIon. But what with a wicked smile.' I fseghed at this'
.. : they cojdd find their manat"the still: : ; B .Jr., and Mr: cause baldness. but the largest factor Other real estate iwued ,--*-> 14.055,18 really; .la dripping- thei dripping that display 'of aboriginal humor, but not

.. quart ra. ,The officers' took up .the F. P. Allen, his iinger.are' holding a ID' baldness is neglect. The scalp is Cuh.O iver-drafts; hand secured and 'In,and banks unsecured_ .1,138,72 22,111,49 .the poor.of England buy by the pound very heartily. for the sword of the-1

.. investigation a.nJ 'upon' their s return a series of.\evangelistic meetings' in exceedingly dirty -in the average .run t ; and, smear. : cpbu., their,bread In lieu'.of French caPtiin.still. sWung before my. *;

c -- from, tile. quarters, they. jiad. John the. Methodist church; The buildingis of men' and boys. .If any, other six .. Liabilities.. .. 1179,693,79' butter ,* ey, Christian Herald. >f

III. Jones a., negro, whom they had, arrested ,- nightly ..crowded, with attentive Inches .of: skin wer..keptas dirty'* Capital stock. _'_.:.-- :___ 25400.00 'The qt. a fon' perhaps will never be

the stolen goods'having'I :-been- listeners.' :'Many have publicly determined the scalp it would be considered a dfe Surplus-discounts and .undivided.... profits, '_. .15,000,000 9,531,00 answered, 'but" ,'a:* partial :solution Is, 'Time Fop'the'Actor. te.Stop. f. ,

found in his suit case. Court was to live a better life These graces There is.'Do reason..why 'bo.v- "Mfc-fr! ehccks outstanding-.r. !?_-- J 340,53 i given"to it by the fact that a London I On, the subject 'of playing Jhe sam f
i:. should not be taught to wash the ban .V5cits _'._ "...;-.-- : i 129.822 pobrhouse'recently bought $7 a" ton part, over an .Indefinite. number, of,,
called Friday; night and the ] egrq meetings; jrilli continue .
} ;indefinitely.Rev. with 9 times David War
and .
water taxis'ot eld
soap cTery'dayl th -? thirty-two. dripping from. -a says: ;
.. tried. .Hepleaded' guilty' of.thetheft H. Logan filled' his regular dry and brash it well As soon as tiu? .'Total>I..J.. 2:>!b Cashier, _of Bradford_ $179,693.79 County. soap works. .. "There Is no such thing as playing a':

t-:. and received a! ssntence of. six months appointment at'. Raiford. ;Bnnda1T boy gets old enough to wash his ears Bank,. do solmenly swear that the foregoing Alfred, Noyes. used,to tell a dripping part too long. :The ,mellowing process"

Mr..S.. K. Johns;' Hampton (- .i Hereportsa.; splendid, ,,congregation! and,' to keep his face clean.,down to statement is true and correct, to .the... best of 'story.11, '. should iever I "cease, but if .It,does, if.."

Sunday morning from a business J Rastus Morgan, 'color d'Was fined the collar, line be should also beep his my know.edgndbelUf. .. J. H. RITCH J r A little,boy," he would begin'"complained spontaneity falls.if the actor feels that

r trip in'South'Florida.! in. Judge Bird's court 'for:, 'carrying scalp clean. If the hair, after wasbng .OulJlIer.State > bitterly about, the bread and he is becoming 'at all mechanical ,ia'

& Mrs..W., Middleton left for Jacksonville a concealed weapon. is too dry-a little grease can be County of Florida.of Bradford. ._,& .; dripping t formed his dally breakfast '1 the part. be should abandon it at ones,

.. "Monday-morning for a' short ,' n.sed.' Following; this plan there should Subscribed and sworn., te before me this II j .. ,' -ifor, his own' salvation.. :'f
.. "',' .;,. ':"-"- he no prrmnture> baldness. Generally day of 111I1..""" 1914. 'Itu'Wll me.' he. whined. at last' "- ",1 '"The_ surest, danger signal, Is, half,;,
stay. "SAMPSON''CITY t horse I Is out before the stable.door IZ.ADIINS. hearted From this '
r Ije j? Notary Public.. know It'll kill me.- applause. actor,
r..:- Eev. John Mullady was called to Mr.Baij of 'Graham, has boughtout Is.loebtxL-Chicago Tribune. / My, commission expires. April, S', 1911.. 'Kill 100?- What do you 'meanf know that he has.lost an essential ,

,-. McIntosh Monday ',evening to.preach -. qualityof the character, and the'trag.. !
the .stock of goods from T., C. g '.I "Why. I've been:feeling"pretty bad !
., funeral Mrs.Mullady Nice Ditiictioe.'p now I' ely'is be cannot tell what that
.. ', a sermon. Thomas and is in full line j BANK STATEMENT lately .and, know it's all this ; ,
accompanied ..him. putting a"' In a restiurutIn the WaB street Statement of the- condition .of Bank of dripping what's the cause of the trou. quality is or how he lost it An actor
r- : of, goods.,. district where a stock ticker. attractsa Starke, Starke.Fta. Hrt the- close of business ble. I read it ia a book' may tell, a' joke a thousand times and
left for
Tuesday '
: .; ... Mr. Geo. Goshorn Mr. T. 'food 'rubbish .1 daresay provoke laughter. but suddenly it'fafls-
Jacksonville to attend the meeting: ment made to the State Comptroller pure ,
i 4 moved into the Farrell house. bout every 'morning, 'a BesMirccs.: : And what:, precisely, did yon of response. That's the time for hIm.
':-"tf1r-:: the Grand Lodge' < .- Mr. Frank 'Jones made'a business young Japanese has become one of Loans and discount ..?'. ...y.- read In this rile book silly?" .to stop,"-American Magazine. ?

!' -. Mr. H. B.( Wilder, representing trip,to Lake Butler one day this week. the: regulars. and his .remarks when Cash Banking items House_Fur.-_&_.Fix.:. :?-___' 6,534.97 555.67 "1 read.' whined the urchin, .that r

-. Paul. Bros, has been in Hampton for Elder.:Joe Kelly filled his ..regularappointment' the I various tape wise oracles hold Cash in vault and due from banks 10381.00 constant dripping )wears' away a A Cure For Moaqultoes.

the past few :daYs. securing'right' f .here and Sun- forth have afforded.those who;:watcb Overdrafts __ __- None stone.' "- cbange.' The:people of London have learned

for Saturday the: eager., group.. no little amusement1 !'i 6 of an agreeable, '!rat to keep. their
and making arrangements '
Total S
a way day ,There was, uitea.good!crowd The questions why X. Y. Z. continuesto -. houses free from flies'and mosquitoes.'>

,[$ track connection with the Seaboard out Sunday. sag and the possibility of a cut Capital Block: paid in .__ 15000.00 HUMOR OF. A CANNIBAL They burn sandalwood which has a/

l- and G. S. &' F.railways for Paul Bros Mr. and Mrs.'Henry Brown and Mr in the dividend'of O. r. B. seep as Surplus and undivided profits' 3886.00 '- ,,,'t"!. pleasing odor, but one that the cum:

: tram road, which will start 'from and .Mrs. Chase Terrell, of near easy'of solution to hm'as they are to Deposits Cashiers _cheeks_outstanding _-c.60.550.00L. ,. 600.00 Ha Enjoyed It Himself,' bUt It Did \'t mer 'pests much d&Uke. The Idea

: and extend into the forest veterans like l1r& Near Broke Mr Tickle the Victim.A 'from'
-Hampton: Starke; attended church here.Sunday. cnr comes. the .orient/where It has,
for several miles to the east of Hampton -I Has Be n.' Mr. Once Rich said to him Total $ 69.337.05 number of'n tfves came' to greet long been practiced. *
.M -8. J. H. Harrison went to Palat- I. L. C. Bay Cashier of Bank of Starke
"Bet A. B. C. : be'
recently( you a cigar .. :. us when we landed at Baa, a Fiji is The sandalwood can bought at almost -
do solemnly swear that the foregoing statement
The W. 0. W. Camp No. 103 of ka one .day t eek.t.. '* goes higher before' it goes down." is true and correct to the best. of ,my: land. among them a few 'whom the any. Turkish .or Japanese importing

#.? .' Miss Ruth, Paige visited relativesin "Not" he said. "no gamble;-only knowledge andbelief. consul seemed to know. _They volun- house. ,You prepare it for burning'by

Hampton, promises .us a treat at.the, Lake Butler Saturday and Sunday. speculate,"..and be pointed a nervous C. MY.Cashl. teered to act as) escorts for us and by futtins It Into pieces about half an-
T .- ball sometime during the:month- of finger at,the ticker.-New York. Trlb State of Florida er. various expressions tried to'convey the Inch thick and, three In ha..1ong.and. .

February. Look oit forL 1t. une County of Bradford. idea that they were glad to see us. then bake or dry.It in a slow oven for
..:! : S. A. Bryan,'of.Starke spent. Tues < RAIFORD .;Swbrn to and subscribed before me this the' A school forms, one' side of thesquare. twenty.four hours. Yon fight a, piececf -;

? day jn Hampton' ,-, ... ,\ ,Rev. H. Logan preached 'in the The Very Idear. 2nd day'.: of.January.A.- : D. 1914.a A. RAY Across from this "stands the the wood and put'it in a.metal. jirn' *

t.- Mr A. E..Marsh, master'of trains Methodist church' on Sunday to a good He-I know of a bright Idea. She- Notary Public: council .chamber built on- the trench or saucer. After It.has Ignited well :

; 'tWedae. I IC congregation. There-was soevening What is it? De-Your eye, dear. St. wbere the, bodies were roasted .!or blowout the flame aicnJeaTe. 'tbe'jar." .
C **& G. SP"; : d.aYI
) ember
; smolder until the. 'WQOd'I .
service Sowing to the Culpepper meetIng Louis Post-Dispatch. STATEMENT: OF CONDIT10JMN their!Ormer feasts. The old headstone ,
and Thursday in Hampton; wholly tonsumed. .' '
4 m Lake Butler against which CaroM. used to dash 5

c R v. H. Logan will'preacn morningnd ".. .., :.. "--- .1 To Prevent'Blood Poisoilng W. G. Seals.' *"*Florida.Co.. Bankers Hampton. the brains'of' his victims still stands, : V" f

efening next Sunday. '. CARD OF' THANKS. app!,. at once the wonderful old reliable DR. Condensed from report to State Comptrollerat and the anchor and rudder of a French 4vp, PreaentHeIp.: ; ;

-- .- ------I PO&TE&'S AimSETTIC HSAUNG OIL.a snrrical close of business Dee. 31 1913.. ship wrecked near Bau lie beside it "They"y.. that a. woman's >0
-it Flai
Elarbee 281914.
: '- I Jan. dressinf that relieves paiR and heals at \ Beneath a picture of Quevi.Victoria comet to her aid at any,moment" f teaj
} ,, : LAWTEY Wish'to'extend he time. Not liniment. 25c.:soc.$1.00.
We our heartfelt same a Resource*. saw'ah
I old sword '
.'. swinging. examined "Yes; .Her tears are .!olunte
: 'I
and James Andrews and $ 20.5'Loans : ,
Loans real estate
.Bryant tothose on : '
., .d thanks who earnestly and collaterial security other it'and ,found .f was a' French to speak. -Rnaton. Transcript. )
Ollie h
: Miss '
",: sister,_ faithfully assisted duringthe long illness DEED than real estate I 2902.28
/, : UNDER SECTION 8. OF CHAP- --. ,
;, i, week of Mr. and '
"' : were guests last ( and sad. death of our beloved TER 4868 LAWS OF FLORIDA 411 other loans and dislonnts ,6,524.95. 1

l"" :'i. Mrs. J. S. Andrews. 'IJ father, Jas. A. Jones, who died Sun- nan Hereby purchaser notice of is Tax given Certificates that T. 'J.numbered Alder- Banking Overdrafts house_-, Furn.* and Fix.4,236.15 612.$ .....................................;,.......,....,... ...."i..

;:C"t" ;Mr. and Mr W. F.: Godwin, of day, January 18th, 5.25 a. m. We es- respectively: and iuued by: the Tax Collectorof Due from incorporated banks 12,696.23

.' Jacksonville were fisitors here last i Johns Bradford County .Florida and each of Aid Cash on hand -_ U43.'O 'j
extend to Messrs. and
'j. peially
: Certificate
bearing date hereinafter set forth: ProgressivaBnsiuess Firms Starke
:" 1 Saturday. Wainright, who so faithfully watched Ta* Certificate No.' 22. dated June 3rd 1907. Total ,, -"-{ .
Liabilities:: ri'Cpitat
Bcv. Geo. H.. Northrop, who has Certificate No. 91 dated June Sri'190T.' Cer- ' '
pver the bedside and Was with ustill stoek paid in, '_ _' IUJO() "-. '*
j tificate No 28. dated Jon 1908. Certificate a-SAX"
bethepastorofGraceM.E.ChU1Ch. has been the sad end'. came. ,We'trusfthe. Lord 'No. '136 dated .June 1st.; 1908.. Certifi. Undivided taxes paW profit..:..(-less expenses" :and- 7 2.37 Readers,of the'Telegmph*will 'find" it to their J
appointed -
for the past two years, will bless them tall, for the kindness eate No. 139 dated June 1, 1908. CertificateNo Individual deposits subject to cheek 23.586.49 ,

t pastor of the M,, E. church and good deeds they showed to us in dated 47 dated June 6th. 1910. Certificate 'NO. Time certificates of deposit __'._... 189.45 advahtageto radelwith: the firms rep-'
49 June 5th 1911. Certificate No. 98 ft':
.. sand Cashiers checks outstanding notes
< \, at St. Cloud for the year 1914J our saddest and. darkest. hours. of dated Jane 5th.'1911. hu filed laid Certificate and ,bills rediscounted, '4000.00 Iresentea in this:'directory. 1
,, .
r" wfll! le ve forthejiew charge during troub1efp- in mjf office and has made application forTax i' ,
ii 4. i Deed to issue in accordance with law. .Total f48.S40.00 .
; Rev.'Northrop'and his n .
'naif week. .. ... .. ." -- "
'Respectfully, TIle said Certificates embraces the folio wine I..hereby certify that. the above is correct. :-_ & a&&&&.A_ &... & &- .' ,.-. &&&&.&&&A&& ivvwy &&&&& ...&...
.V V VVVV or w"' w v vw V VV
: .. V y y vy. y y.y y yy. V
: '. r {
JnhLWarm1fthItd5 her who reK"t I at .the date of the Issuance of such eertifl.eatS 'I Cashier. ....................... ..........................

... : 'if DG ds Mr.; and Mrs.- DJCarmichaeL fothenames and.oder the dates rapes- AtttllW. G. Scab. *: ..- .
: thelt d .' b\4\ -- : tivtlJ J hereinafter particularly t. forth to- State of J'kirida.'I .. '
fl .i'
"' I I a : I of Brmdfofi. DRY GOODS.7.W.MORGAN'. *;... : FUSNITUBKFURNTTURE ..
; Coonty .
:- ipfed in their'fi w chafige. Rev. f ,Wit! ; -this : .

# ..,. (Olin Boggess will be the pastor of I Something Doing at Brook r., CERTIFICATE Woodlawn See NO.1S. Tp 22. $embrace. S. R.*22 Lot E 61.a 10, 7th Sworn. 'day of to January.'and'suWrjber'before;A. D. 1M4.' rat..*. ....' .'.'.'.....,.,..,......... ..........................
t : MI' 'L A. .Brown one of the leads W., L WAINH1GHT: -
"f ,49l4 rKev.: North.T" kcres. assessed Lillian W. Fora-. -4.-I
f.t .J"" Grace church sermonneitSunday. ing merchants-. Brooker 'y. in CERTIFICATE NO. J 91 .embraces Lot 4Set. .. -- .ee'OetTlS, :jNotary, lilt Public.My ..c-...... '............,.,.....: f" 1 ;' .

Top will pmcKnis'fa&well Starke business Satuda 'Jnille 18"Tp 7. S.iB. 20 E.. 80 acres ,assessedW. ,wnmlsson. rp,- ; ..... t..
on y "' -
.lo Frank Malphnrs. '. f_

<. Marshall. Strickland! of Flora- here informed a representative of CERTIFICATE NO. 28 embraces SW% 'efSEU IN. cIRCUIT.' COURT BWrORD'co1N., .%:> 4qns.fci' I ': ... ','. -and alMSt anything elaeyou: :f
Rev. See. '
k4-Y- the Telegraph that big things :in"an 8 Tp 8 S. E.'is E 40 acres IIIeIIed TV FLORIDA.' 4 c :. I
Udio mlght'want'uuEA'
UNKNOWN. lUady-to-Wear ;
filled his regular appointment STATE OF FLORIDA ':
r home church last agricultural way'were being-planned CERTIFICATE NO 136 embraces c NW%' of va.. Dry CrMdiHKotbu : : ,.
,'a the Lawtey :Baptist SW1,4 ReelS Tp '. S R. 21 E 49 ? DEPARTMENT
:: : by-the-progreasive .farmers.of the acres SPECIAL TAX ,ICBOOL''DIS'BICT, NUMBERED I

t. :.. J\a 1.)! J at Brooker.section for the coming year. ed CERTIFICATE UNKNOWN. NO., .139. embraces SE% of ,' TWENT7-TWO COUNT1'''mamA.OF' BRADFORD ,t'M.. !:. ...).l. ...,., l ... STORE, i(

:u. E. Lagergrfl, or'Starke-waa A' rgeacreage of,Irish'jwtatoea'andwatermelons SWJ4 See 30. Tp 7.s.: R.. ,21 E. 40, ser53eeaed The"cans eoeoming on to be heard.this- the t. .. .. ,if/' I -
day : UNKNOWN. ....t............. '
one .. .. .
biisinees Lawtey .
visitor to the ,
will be planted! The I CERTIFICATE KO..47. embraces NWU of ITtfc day of D. 1914 upon to the ."' --s-- ,.-:. ,,' '..1'.......... ,...., ,., w,
i K petition filed herein and appearing ',, '
i--- h_ J'1 .. .Ll. idea of co-operation )3 .Ukihg root I EH of NW U See !4. Tp ." SR. 22 E. 10, court f rota. the. laid petition'At-a special 4' RR'flOFFMAN-. :\ -
DlDgr.110, n mer. i acres assessed Louis H. HilL bond election heM te the: sown of Ralfori. : I : 3t
Benry in the rnino (the"farmers that wat I fte Backet State Ma 'e.
.. NO. embraces .
t: W.tY"J.waa. th. ..I' "** 49. 8% ofNE-: la' Special Tax School District num- :Ib .. ,
tSOfN .
: ", ch wiy. They are already buying seeds I" See. Tp K. S. R. 9tV. 81 acres aua'UNXNOWi. IIe Twentyltwo: of Bradford Count 'Flor- I. IIOI O II.$4, t 4
A.Blanchard. ta
;, ,peSt-,l ii raFday-Iut.weekf. -. : aDd, fertilizer?, onthe...' -' .co-op ratitt. '! CERTIFICATE. NO. 88." embraces"'SEfi' ida for'the"on the.purpose third of day determining of January whether A D: 1914.or JV Ercrytabf t t. Dry_ G' ."od,', ,'''rlo.i:'i.j $$$4I-,$"... -..! __ __ _..,_ _F E

;; )I .j r -w: -. .r and the ; 'I NWlk See 'I7. Tp I. S.'R. bonds should be issued by the Special Tax .... '" ,- 1
1 ; .P.. : rm '- plan, organization.. cfa. ,,prode.EOwe1' -- 22 E. 40acra, asae -. not .. NOTeItIeI, .. j.' : '
t- : ..ofb'"f".-. III a'J sd R. J Raultnoa. School District to the amount of Eight Thousand ROORBROTER8
; Sa ., 1 ea, .... i '. t
,, ._". ., pelDl # .:;:.i : &ssociationia beCI. UNLESS said Certificate Dollars (8.000'for the purpose *f. retting : ; .i. :,: -
,; peIf'.the bo. .t.". .:. 1 ,Ptated. deemed according to >aw:, Tax Deed shall will b.issue re and equipping the sihool building for the ....-..-......, 4. ." ......- : C
: ,. 1.1 I4Sdiig'Phot4grph.n
--P' 4
} thereon exclusive of the free .f'
use schools within aaid
I L: :J'. .;-' J' J.JlcLtod.. '\ on the 28r4. "'. f" frOIfl ivit. ,'- ; Special. Tax School District;; .......................... .- "1.
: :, rPostmalrtir>> Fiahet/came-np 'WITNBSS r IlUd And ft further appearing that,usid eket- .''' -C'-. '- : "BaJar ..ta, PJctue Yrs'edak '
t : ekaon\iD. wdz 1i' -;': ,inspect .f", 1 jKBayiflr* *f; Crowe. f OthIs21it,4,0fj, ; .aad..1, ,.,, A.of said Cout. loa is yrma favor- of. the. issuance. -of 'aC
< ., J& \Wheta.1DaD la standing' still: Ida .. D.1I1L. said bonds. BUILDERS'SUPPLIES I I. WCk 'J'ta1aW
' 1 t' o/ W. T. 1VEEXS ORDERED j'j,
.- .' thdama 1 "b1:: Wdgbt Ida Clerk Cbeult' Co.rt.' ; IT IS THEREFORE. ADJUDGED .J. '\1
vertically bat'a Bradford .
Counts Fla.' AND DECREED by the Court that the ...II.II.......... fnaU ,i
a.r. ...
: :, moving 'tw eefti'asitir's: R. A."Weeb. Deputy' cIe, said Special Tax School District numbered .. ,.- .. . .. ;....
.. 'iaCkr ,J'n234t.,. Twenty-two of Bradford County, Florida bynd : 0V
: ': XrL A. K"Br..ncliard-H: greater than his weight ,Consequently through ita-pioper offieei., at .th. said ..... ....................:
'.bnvU1t WednesdayJ"( : <: *.!..wil1I' a crowd moving t' a structure tN cI flT com. Court House In Starke Florida on the .. ,.1 r ,! D..r4.4. ,,.. tJo

i f 'gevfraliwtel"1v :lke_a pier exerts a tremendous side- TT PLORIDA BRADFORD "COUN.- 2ND DAY OF FEBRUARY.. D. 1914, Qviciey Limber&: Sipjly c.; .,
ad \ 8TATK show cause' If any there be. why seiddonds, : .: DENTIsTs '
, Stark aaod A. H. HarUyawiiwM who':"preaore wkfch adlto throw OF FLORIDA should:DOt be confirmed and balidated. .' '11a
r Kessrs-T. the:pier rer. .If a man stands'on'a B TAX VS. : Done and ordered at Gainesville FIord&hla; Dtxkr.ta 0 '- -
\ ** & :* Urand" Lodge' BMKD 1 221 SCHOOL DISTRICT HUM the 17th day: of January A. D. 1914. $$ Ies sss,,,,.,,,, .
i $ I' plankbrWgIttbends. lighUy. but if TWENTT-FIVB 0 FBRADFORD J. T. WILLS. -
! i.- in Jacksonville this week. : be walka''acrou It sways TloleDtllupID4 o; COUNTY FLORIDA. Jan 23-2t Judge Builders Supplies Paint, Oila > .
:. visitor lit "*"** eomiB , bwiness the Concrete ;
I !;:;f" :' ... JJttcLeod jSfeonville"Wednesdayr was \ down. A regiment of soldiers &day filed ofJall herean.PJ.A.. and 1';it 1914. upon ,the. & ,,... ,.' .. -' PI.'iD,. 0 4 :DR. I u/G. TURNER :
I. ta marching In'itep aero a trertle or eonrt from said petition appeari to NOTICE: OF ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. .' 11 ,

, l"-". /MrTA. F.McDonald of Lake But- other Ugat bridge !ouId cans such a election wu L held in the Town that a of Ipecial.lJond Lawte; ill Notice is hereby given that 'all persons interested : Estimates Chterfully'rur. ahed. .*..' 4. DENTIST :- : ,
Miss McDonald, tremeadAQa; swaying motion that it Special Ta x: School Diatriit numbered hen- in the estate of II. V. Blackwelder. 4
daughter .
wr-P, Ie, and ty-five of Bradford leeeased. that .
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; Baldwin would flte way and so IOldlen'as- Jrd County Florida on thf we. J. M........i... .... 4'Edwards "
who is teaching school at day of Janu!'). 1914 for the purpose o' I der. administrators of said .estate wiU thirty ...... Buildinr. ,
0. McDonald ways "break step" ,in. crossing such a determininit whether or not bonds should bf lays after date of the first publication of thit .-i'-4Upstairs '-

(..' were guestsofMiss Sunday. bridge. to the amount: said of of Special Eleven Tax.Thousand School Distrie Dollars notice, County apply: Judge to the of Honorable Bradford Ceo.County.A..Carolicr Florida ......... ........'..'........ 4 4 ever' Post Office- .'j! k
here last '' '' t
.'fl':.; On a certain swing footbridge acrOss Wl.OOO.for the'purpose of building fur order to sell at private sale for t. .\ ,
tft. S a glen In the north of Scotland. Is a mshing Public and otherwise improving the Lawtey .he payments of debts, the following descri .' REAL ESTATE.. '. ,t..8.e.e....... ICSi
ii' REGISTRATION NOTICE notice forbidding Newfoundland dogsto. of the School property for the exclusive uw I :"' a] ratat" situated in Bradford County; .F .1 S ,

fl The registration'book for district Tu School i1".f"District.* choolfl' within said Spee11 Ida to:wit: ...... .................... "! ; 81a1
be taken
!r.t!; across. These dogs trot And It )W;4 oi selli and E% of SE1,4. See** ,. atH
1.. .. .No. 6 will be open tfll-the first Mon. in each perfect rbythmaito cause a ion is prima facie in appearing favor of that the issuance said elect of 'Township 5. Range 18. T r' NOTIONS, ,

in March at the Quigley Lumber dangerous "sway'- a small bridge.A said bonds, M. A. BLACKWfcX. or
day .
: IT IS. THEREFORE. I J. J. BLACK* gAdmmistratorB \ .
< & Supply CO'B office., man rising to a standing' from a JUDGED AND DECREED ORDERED. AD I of '_ J *_ 1ITS1
by: the Court tha' f COMER L. -V" ,
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C. A. FUTCH, sitting posture exerts on the ground a said Special Tax School District numbere"1j M. V. BlackT ., uw '
.Officer. force equal to twice his weight Thus I!j i Twenty-Five of Bradford County Florida band Jan. IS 1914. # .1-1I-1it Floriiia *' .Why Isit that wjiW '
District Registration through its proper officers .at the sai' I taI Estate, Laid tad, > 4; : ;
when a crowd suddenly springs to its Court.House in Starke Florida on the needj0f Notion 'sUR

.' S feet at a football match or theater the 2nd DAY OF FEBRUARY A. D. 1914, Her.Bad Accident. I iu'her' dy4.Wur ,G4 ,____ 1M:
of Sahara. -show cause if Eifren. ,
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why said bond- -
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: : Sahara desert strain on the supporting stands is should not be confirmed and validated. "Did you ever have a bad aocldentTThe I Etc yn s ,
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: 4 : ,. ,'. ,d States. | the engineers.-Pearson's Weekly. I' day of January J. T.A.WILLS.D. 1914. "I met my: husband by accl t>nt.;she '.: STlThIr by

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