Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
January 30, 1914
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
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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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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." Majority of the Local Merchants I SCHOOL BOARD t tPROCEEDINGS.
Of Starke
Favor Such Proposition. High School for December, -

The local military company and the Primary-Dolly McRae, Fred Gunter 1 1d
--.- Johnny J. Jonas shows
comprising Rachel Brooks Eugene Williams,
18 cars, 300 people, 3 big free acts John Newman
May Green, Free
29 30 -
. APRIL and .
; May 1 and 2 big trained bears, desire to Wynn Ruffin .': '

J.r.. .j... ... establish an annual trade week in Ethel Moore, Gladys Williams, Oscar A RESOLUTION IS PASSED j {

Starke. Strickland, Lizzie May
Tompkins Lois
:. Jacksonville Preparing to 41
This proposition will be profitableto H. Q. Sisk Has Unusual Abilityas Tillers of the Soil Want to Williams. ..J
t Veterans and Visitorson the local merchants, providing tho First Grade-Allen Thornton, David Scrip I Issued for Payment of S
Poet and Writer .
Grand Scale. merchants will make a discount sale SaysDr. Know the Why and Where- Chase, Ethel Hill, Freeman Johns, Teachers' Salaries: for Month "

r' for the week and call attention to the Marshie. fore of Things. Gussie Smith, Irma Stilley, John of Decer.

fact in advertisements in the local Thomas, Joseph Conway, Millard ; tr. ;

The 24th annual re-nion of the paper and by personal correspondenceto Cooper, Ollie Strickland, William ; I.

United Confederate Veterans' Asso- out-of-town customers.The Editor Telegraph-Will you phase Dukes, Fla., Jan. 27-In every sec- Goolsby, Lena Sapp, Carl Sapp. '
It' accept for publication in tion of the farmers Second Starke, Fla., Jan. 5, 1914. '
elation and Sons of your paper county are organizing Grade-Flossie Williams
t. ; Confederate Johnny Jones Shows will The
following resolutio
; an article on Mr. H. Q. Sisk, who for themselves into clubs and associations Lena Bell Warn, Willie nwas ratified ,
Veterans, will be held at Jackson- bring their company here in its en- Agin, Loyd and ordered '
.some time lived in Starke and who to better themselves which Austin spread open the min-, :
Julian Canova :
a !vile: Fla., April 29, 30 and May 1, tirety and advertise the matter thor- I Charles Darby, utes: !
s'" 1914. oughly within a radius of 35 milesat visits your city very often now. Hhe means in its final analysis, education. LeRoy Harris, Sinah Moore, Wesley : .

.f'.'_ *.- To receivo and entertain "these ret an expense of not less than $300, has a great many friends tsere, no It is very true that many of them McRae, Hamilton Rich, Nathan Pre- Whereas, the Legislature of the' -r. .' .

, {.,onions the Jacksonville'Reunion Association and in addition will run special trains doubt, and perhaps those who call know very little of the scienco of vatt, Lawrence Simmons, LeRoy State of Florida at its session of 1913'' s

a ; has been chartered under the from surrounding towns, also secur- themselves his friends would be gladto farming, yet there is no other work Stewart, Jessie Harris, Ellis Thorn- enacted a law creating a State Tax '--

know what a genius this young that applies more science in operatingby ton Cortez Commission to have and exercise gen
Andrews ;
of May Williard ;
iUws Florida. It is composed of ing special rates on all railroads. It ,
man really is. its patrons either knowingly or Elizabeth Brownlee. I eral supervision: of the tax laws of. j
J'a is their
; number of Jacksonville's most active intention to run daily trains
One morning whilo out walking I unwittingly. All practical farmers the state over tax assessors and over ,
Third i
Grade-Jessie I "
>r ;tad patriotic citizens, who will give from Gainesville and Lawtey, stoppingat Mae Baisder!, :
il. : freely of their time and talent to the all intermediate points. I was gladly surprised by meeting a whether successful or not, know many Ethel Griffin, Louise Haislop, Edna: I'oards of County Commissioners in ei -1
mighty good friend of mine, and of facts to i the performance of their duties as < .
B- perfecting of plans to receive all veterIt' The co-operation of all the as common knowledge, yet Hendry, Annie :Moore, Lillie McRae, I .

lt my family also. We have known each make the knowledge of those facts Alice Strickland, Myrtie William boards of tax equalizers and 4
and visitors. in Starke ,
ans will make the weeka
I other for about four years; and dur- of the most benefit, the whys and Dorothy Edwards, J. I. DuBose, Laurie Whereas, the said State Tax Commission '
\ Wo are addressing this letter to profitable one for themselves and
t d you ing this time we have spent some very wherefores should be understood. Ray, Joe Mosley. has instructed the tax asses' j ;
Isfor the purpose of assuring that the military and will also .
you '
pleasant evenings together.I As an instance the use of fertilizeris Fourth Grade-Melba Deloache or of BrscfTd County and the Board
DV Jacksonville is going to entertain establish a yearly trado week for the ,
'Confederate you feel as if I should speak to his known to be a benefit to the grow- Gladys Gardiner, Nellie Stearns, Lu- of County <:.,' r-iisioners that for the .
veterans and friends city.
your friends before leaving and tell themof ing crop, but to know the brand andits cile Weeks, Barbara Moore Walter year 1914 all the taxable property *
( better, if possible, than you have been Captain Jones, of Co. "E," has re- ,
his wonderful ability as a poet physical condition; the plant and Thomas, Augustus Long, Frank Kick- of said county must be assessed at
entertained at previous reunion. ceived the following telegram from
any and writer.I its requirement in growing and subsequent lighter, Harry Canova, Roddie Cros- its full cash value and
J* will make Lieutenant Colonel Sam
We you feel at home; we J. Wolfe, of
happened\ call one evening to requirements at fruiting time, Dallas Whereas
by Elliott
Paul Canova. under the laws of the -
will convince West in
; you that we are gratsM Key to the JohnnyJ. "
I. find Mr. Sisk rather "Hoke
or as then to know the different elementsof Fifth Grade-Arthur' said State of Florida
Rigdon the Board
*. for the honor have conferred Jones Shows: Levy of -
a" you I've always called him, sitting at a plant food which the fertilizers Bennett
Canova Public
Ruby Lena Instruction
Chauncey is
; the 'Understand vested with the 1
and J. Jones'
11on: city by meeting hers Johnny Agentis
table with papers of every descrip- used should contain, requires a knowledge N-ittie DuBose, Annie Lindsay, powers and authority of fixing the
a &nd.that in
Florida hospitality is delightful your town. Try to get themto
: as -
tion scattered about. He had
just of scientific facts which
many Alice Thornton Lulu Wilson mileage fOr
Rosco general school
IS ; county
; as its climate, which brings play for the benefit of your com finished beautiful called "TwoPictures" .
a piece most of us do not have. Williams Niles P.ay. and "'-
purposes believing do .
as we
, thousands of tourists within bord- pany. Thy are now playing here I
.. our and after awhile he con- The most of the associations at Sixth C > '.' '.
: ?: *> .I'irezIil.: would be unjust to the taxpayers e
! Las every on the hunt for health for us.and have a clean line "attrac
.year '
t .and pleasure. tions, and will make some sented to my reading it-and whichI present W)' organized for the benefit I., dred Bell, Carr Colley, Ray Colley, of said county to assess all property '
!* money. thought was beautiful. There were of those who wish to raise and estab- Jrsrsie;
: at full without
You will make Forsythe, Henry Gray, Lavonia a cash value making a t,
n r" Jacksonville wants and no mistake in contracting s
you your and and wonderful .
poems essays, long lish market. for vegetables of diff'-- 'en, Francis Holligan, Hollis reductkh in the rate of taxation for '
,d with them. li"Y
t !friends' to know that all of will They are all ladies #
r you written on card board and all kinds ent kinds for which this county isvc":: Kr g:,t, Ella May Long, Maud Man- school purposes; therefore '
and ,
be welcome, and that no matter how gentleman, and every show is of IF
of I read about
dingy paper. forty- The time in tho meet- ir.i :
adapted. .McRae
s* :: ;, Barney Dorris Scott. Be it resolved
the highest class. ;
we pledge
large the crowd be that our- -
t may every two pieces, which are unsurpassed in .
n ings of these associations often resultin : ninth Grande-Edyth Warren. ..' .
selves to the taxpayers of said county: ( '. t
I visitor will be <
satisfactorily enter-
: :
u beauty and granduer and instead d the dissemmination: of much useful ;
lit tained. Our large and modern to reduce the millage for general piir-
many being there on common scratch paper information by the discussion of ,
Ie- 1 i hotels and boarding houses and private FARMER'S INSTITUTE. to reduce the n iUagefor! general ,;
Florida Audubon they should be in volumes and placed ing the different crops and the fertil- .
: : Society Offers school to an amount actually :
: homes will furnish purposes
;( ample acYcommodations. before the world as the highest gradeof izers to use,also the method,of har- a

Prizes to Hiff School Pupils. literature. vesting and marketing. Many fail- Profitable Meeting at Thomas;! School I needed. to meet the demands of :
the schools.
I We urge you to see your friends,, "' '.'i .
His work is kindness al through, ures by beginners can be averted by House January 23.

ra.: and all the people of your community,, The Florida Audubon Society offers and charity, and love, as if it were united action in properly conducted Resolved, that these resolutions be-. 1.- .

io your newspapers and other periodicals, the following prizes, to be competed child's play for him to make Farmer's Association.All incorporated in the official minutes ': a

\ ':and impress thorn with th efact that!I I!''I for by the pupils of the High Schoolsof It's as though he taught a verses'l re-I branches of improvements By previous was arrangement appointed to a farmer'sinstitute be held !| cf this board and published as a part 'J
1 !
_' :Jacksonville is better to ] the state: of official .
prepared '
ligion. I'm that his are ; our aqfcs. '
-:". poems i can be discussed in the sessions of at Thomas school house on January23rd .r (
handle large crowds of people thanany 1. First prize, ton dollars in cash. I | i if
equally as great as Bobby Burns', the associations, such as diversification to discuss progressive methodsof F. G. Schell, Secretary. ;

y other city in the South. You 2. Second prize, a copy of FrankM. because thoir deep meaning, their of crops, stock raising, poultry, farm management with the farmers L. W. Kicklighter, ,Chairman Board ..

need not hesitate to assure everybody Chapman's "Handbook" of Birds of beauty, with such beautiful descriptionand home gardening, canning and savingthe of this splendid section of the of Public Instruction, Bradford T, -S
all who to Jacksonville Eastern North America
that come expression, are really great. waste, good roads, better: schools, county. This school house is locatednear County. .
will be welcome and royally entertained Essays may be written on anyoneof is such clean noble
Hoke a man- a lighting system, as well as a water the G. S. & F. Ry.,not far from Treasurer's report was read and '

\ during reunion week. the following themes:- and he has always proved to be trust- system for the future. the county line dividing Columbia approved.: '; -

Jacksonville has tho best transpor- 1. The Economy worthy of anything from his fellow- The of ,
United States Department from Bradford, and is surrounded by
.;'tation facilities in the South, by rail, 1. The Economic Valve of Birdsto man. His big hnartedness, his frank- Agriculture issues bulletins on all ofthese splendid and Scrp was issued i'l the payment: ",
1 I I cftizqpiship productive of teac er's salaries for the month- '
: Farmors
and .
river and ocean; we have a greater Fruit-growers. ness, and his honesty, are the things : subjects which can be obtained lands. ,

number of good hotels than other 2. The Plumage Birds of Florida, make him true of Decemlcr. J' .
that a upright man. direct from the department or throughthe After having canvassed the district '..

southern city; we have in fact every including personal observations. Perhaps his friends can encourage branch of the Farmer's Cooperative and talked to the farmers about the Board adjourned. : .: 0' !

facility for the successful handlingof 3. The Native Song-birds of Flor him in some way-and I only hop; Demonstration work, where the Farmers' Demonstration Work and _._- Sr ';' ;

a Confederate reunion. idJ, including personal observations. he will consent to several of my agent in this county will be glad at suggested the benefits of holding NEW CHURCH AT GALILEE. /. x .1

I', Jacksonville is a modern city of 4. The History and Work of the wishes-yet when I tell him what a any time to co-operate with or assist farmers' Institutes, the school trustees -- _- ': ';i .

I entrance to tho world famed Florida Audubon Societies of the United he is he smiles and Baptist Congregatica at That Point. ", -
., gifted man only any or all who are interested in any invited the institute staff of lecturersat ". ,

.: East Coast, the greatest health and States. says, "Oh, Doc, you're a goOd. one" line of farm betterment. the Experiment Station, Gainesville at Last Realizing Hopes. ; .

pleasure resort on the continent. The 5. Bird and Game Reservations of I've tried to make him realize that a
:' Orville L. :Mizell, Special Agent, to give them a date, which was : '
. city is but twenty-seven miles from the United States; purpose, history, his writings were those of a genius, Dukes, Fla.POSTOFFICE. arranged as stated above. Editor Bradford County Telegraph j'

M4ti the mouth of tho St. Johns river, is fauna, results, with personally drawn but he only makes a joke out of it. Although_ the day. was rainv. and Dear Sir:-Somo,months past I wrote ;; '!

located 'on that, stream an dhas all maps. I'm looking forward to seeing hiss THIEF KILLED. cool, the roomy school house was----- you a few thoughts and facts in re* [; .i

and attractiveness of The conditions of the contest are a in and.1'really think that ference to the
: of the interest poems print Believed Man Who Robbed Lawtey full of interested listeners during the organization of, the i

.. a seaport city, with its ocean and follows: some day the South can hold her head Postoffice Killed at WildwOod. three hours of speaking, which beganat church of Galilee in connection with '

. river traffic. M 1. Only bona fide students of senioror up, and look the whole world in the 10:30 and lasted until 2:30, withan some mision work that I had done, y; y

You and your .frieiras will enjoy junior high school in Florida may; face when the word poetry is called. It is believed that the "hobo" who intermission of one hour for dinner which was published in your paper a j

:- this trip to Jacksonville. You will compete. Dr. Thomas B. Marshie, 119 South was killed by Special Agent Lane of which was enjoyed by every one and it was said by my respited ;

. be charmed with Florida, its flowers, 2. Essays,*must contain not loss Tryon St, Charlotte, N. C. the Seaboard Air Line, at Wildwood, present, this being one of those splendid critics that I was blowing my own r '-

and its enterprise. than two thousand nor more than four Thursday morning, and which "habo" horn. However I
. its rivers, its ocean BOY SHOT IN THE EYE. dinners which farmer's wives can ,am persuaded to .
cordial invitation thousand words. killed Special Agent Lane before he believe that if brother blows
Jacksonville extends a a his
: Walter Kuhl, son of Mr. and Mrs. fix during the hog killing season. M
all the survivors of the southern 3. Essays must be typewritten. succumbed, is Ahe party who blew own horn in accordance with the ,l
4' to W. B. Kuhl of City Hotel, received a / At 10:30 o'clock Prof. George Graham commandments .,
decendnnts and their 4. Essays must be forwarded the ufo inthe Lawtey postoffice last of God and tho
armies, their wound in his left eye from an air who is teaching a very successful words of'the

M friends, and pledges its every effort through the principal of the school in rifle in the hands of Joe Wainright week. In its account of the horrible term of school, suspended the exercises Lord Jesus Christ, he gives no- 0 .

'to entertain you on a most extensive which the writer is a pupil, before Wednesday. (fThe shot penetrated the double tragedy The Ocala Banner of the school and after a brief uncertain sound; and again I feel-'to:

I. our ambition as representatives of the May 1, 1914, to Dr. W. F. Blackman, lower eyelid and struck the ball of says: "The stranger was a young man, explanation of the demonstration work write you a few more facts in regard :- ,

l. make this reunion eclipse in interest President of the Florida Audubon the but Dr. J. C. Wills, who dress- apparently about twenty-five or and its auxiliaries, the boys and girls to the same subject, which_pleas rive

. and pleasure all other reunions of the Society and of Rollins Colloge, Winter ed the eye wound, did not think upon the thirty years of age. [There_was found i. clubs. Mr. McLaurrie, the newly appointed space.. .
his revolver chamber
Florida. on a one
: Confederate veterans. and no effort first examination that the sight of of which person had been discharged flashlight i state agent for the FarmersCooperative I am thankful of my privilege ton
Information on the subjects mentioned a

in the gratificationof work i say to '
will be neglected would be impaired. Demonstration Christianpeople'and friends

that ambition. Neither expensenor above may be had by addressing the Some eye of the boys of the city have worth, some of nitre-glycerine, and $200 I I Florida, was introduced and made one that'the interest of our great Master's r l
stamps. Upon
postage an
labor, or'self denial on the partof the following persons been reading boy scout literature and cf his customary practical lectures, cause at Galilee, Bradford County, is r
made his
examination of
I 1. M.(Gilbert Pearson, Secretaryof being bodyit :
will be spared in making which are so much appreciated by the moving successfully on
our people, five-cent thrillers of the Nick Carter also discovered that he also regardless of
the 24th' annual reunion of your the National Association of Audubon and witnessing the heroic deeds was farmers who are anxious to improve. all evil environments, and that a
carried from two other bullet
'association tho greatest in its history. Societies, 1974, Broadway, New performed the moving picture scars Following out the lines of progress s, commodious church house so much I
upon wounds his back and
one on one on
With great respect, we are, York City. screens and they have been wroughtup his side which he had Mr. Scott, of the Experiment Station, desired by the church and people of "
receiver -
2. Dr. T. S. Palmer Bureau of ,
that ,
discussed the possibilities of Bradford locality is
truly, now under
Yours very to the pitch to emulates,the construc
proper in former combat. The fact
Jacksonville Reunion Associa- Biological Survey, Washington, D. C. a county soil, especially the pasture and flan Its dimensions are 44 .
The achievements of their favorite heroes.A by 30,
that he had in his possession such a "
3. Mrs. I. Vanderpool Secretaryof .
hay grasses, also how best to utilize with a Masonic hall overhead
tion. has been established
scout at
boy camp number of it is a .
President. the Florida Audubon Society, Mait- large postage stamps, these in connection with stock raising cost when
WM. FOON, in the North End for some time believed that he is the who rob- I completed, between 7 and !
land, Florida.It and the boys have been engaging in man proving how cheaply pork and 8 hundred dollars. 'All the material

DEATH OF MRS. HUSBAND. is hoped that there may be a air bed the postoffice atLawtey a few beef can be raisixL is on ,the ground except the :
sham battles lately, using sealing
of the :
when the contents
Mrs. Eliza Husband, widow of the large number of competitors for these brickbats and clubs as weapons, but nights ago Mr.'T. E. Waldrop, field agent of ..and benches, and all is paid for ex- >
safe had bee nremoved after being
late Charles J. Husband, who was prizes. If not more than three essaysarc fortunately without serious results until the G: S. & F. Ry., was introducedand cept one hundred dollars. ;

resident of submitted, the Society reserves blown open. well entertained the audience both
formerly a well known Wednesday. On Wednesday a : The church house is located y

Starke, died in Jacksonville Tuesdayat the right to withdraw the offer. crowd of boys from another neighbor- the school children and the older folks, A. C. L. R. R., half a mile on below the '

the home of her son, Mr. 0. G. hood attacked tse camp and tore KILLED BIG WILDCAT.Mr. comparing his early school experiences Sapp's station, and 4 miles from

Husband, and was buried at Melroseon PASSED BOGUS CHECK.At down the tent and a pitched battles A. J. BryanTdlled a large wild- wieh the advantages of school children nearest Baptist church, and ansv/jring the .,. :j
of the : a
Thursday. Mrs. Husband recently the request Hi'.lsboroughcounty ensued, in which the Kuhl boy feceiv-- cat near Waterqak h4 swamp Tuesday today. a real need in that section of the .;

.underwent a surgical operation for authorities Sheriff Denmarkwent ed a shot wound in the eye. night. Mr. Br'an.f; at home Tues- Altogether the day was profitablyand county. Mr. J. H. Harrell is

gall stones, but her vitality was at to Lake Butler Saturday and day evening, bUJ.t he has two well pleasantly spent and those attendrrg tending the work, and he knows superin
r how .
such -a low ebb at the time that she took George Tomlinscn into custodyfor OFFICIAL NOTICE. trained hounds th2tyare always on the invited the speakers to come to do things welL

A never regained her strength and she passing a bogus chock' for $10 Notice is hereby given that the jpb and they found l.the trail ojf the at some later date. Fair weather The; church received three "' ;

died shortly after she was taken home in iTampa recently. Deputy Sheriff ordinance providing for the muzzling cat somewhere on' the Bryan farm will be hoped for so all in the community additions at our last stated more I

from the hospital She is survivedby Woodward, of Hillsborough county of dogs will be strictly enforced and and! ran the animal to cover. Mr. can attend and gain the benefits The prospects are brightening'all'' -- '

two sons, 0. C. Husband, post- took Tomlinson to Tampa for trial that dogs running at large without Bryan heard them baying the creature 'of the occasion. around. ': R

master at Melrose, and 0. G. Husband muzzles will be shot. and went to them and found the cat i Orville L. Mizell, Special Agent Yours very faIthfully" *" c

The Telegraph, ?1.50 a,year. i E. E. I Dukes Fla.
[ of Jacksonville. / Canova, Mayor..,'and.".. killed it, Thomas* K. Postell,. Pastor.

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' Y. AJj tTswmmfi If you are m need *' any Farming Implements come in and look my a',1 wI;I

1VM r. r armer: stock over. I carry the most complete line of farming implements in the 1

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

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


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

I, Lumber'I'I l

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k fresh water where the hogs may drinkat Getting Around It. How to Treat a Wire Cutlet -
The members of a party nronml a I sever a wire cut <>n stock
time. your
No matter what you have 6.any Quarantine all newly purchased table in an exclusive club in a downtown JTO nnattt'iided. Clean out the wound WHENEVER[ [ [ f YOU ND[[
much amusedthe
used try Mustang Liniment j animals for three weeks. skyscraper were jvith: soap| ami water, wash with peroxitiecf .
other evening by a controversy

it and stops see for pain.yourself It don't how soon sting j no 7.matter Never how keop well a female bred she brood may sow leif ,, ployee between of their the club.waiter and another em S ontment.-! hydrogen nural and apply Farmer.a good healI A GENERAL[N[ T TONIC TAn GROVE'SThe R [

or bum the flesh but soothes she will not produce more than One of the party had ordered sirup Just a Suggestion.

L and heals soon as applied. : four strong pigs at a litter. What the sirup was for has nothing to HP What: Another new dress!:

Pain simply can't stay if you j 8. The more milk a sow will gm do with this story. Going to the Teat's enough to make me jump out Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is Equalt-

useMEXICAN the faster her pigs will grow. dumb his best waiter ordering, the voice servitor shouted in of my skin! Mn>-Wuy don't you to if; Valuable as a General Tonic because it Acts on the Liver, t
i 9: Lice hog from doing : Then I can have a belt and baud has
prevent a "Sirup!" made of's Drives Out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up j

well. "I don't getchu." came the response the Whole System. For Grown People and Children. .
k ZY MustangLiniment 10. Always keep a mixture of char- down the shaft
A future is his own. He mailer 1
coal, wood ashes, lime, sulphur, salt,, "Sirup!!" this time with two excla it >
Inflection. aimse.every day as he goes alons'turc You know what you are taking when you take Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic
mation and rising tl
and before the hogs. points I
copperas life.
Ugh as the formula is label that it
the Imperturbable printed on every showing contains the well known i
"Come again. was
These points are emphasized in a tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It is as strong as the strongest bitter J
: bulletin just issued by the Bureau of response."Sirupr' France in the time of I.OUH XII !\' and
tonic is in
It went up the shaft like- '. wv ofo Tasteless Form. It has no equal for Malaria, Chills and Fever 1
Animal Industry, entitled "Boys' Pig ;p ponny post boxes.: Letters Weakness, general debility and loss of appetite. Gives life and vigor to Nursing j
the blast of an explosion."Aw
{ reference to thai d by moan of slips of pa Bothers and Pale, SickK ldren. Removes Biliousness without 1
The Great Family Remedy Clubs, special spell it," said the echo. i P"IStpaid,? purging.
| be Relieves nervous depr low spirits. Arouses the liver to action and
organization in the South. It can "S-u- "-the waiter had his fp':
rT the faremr bad purifies the blood A ind Sure Appetizer. A Complete Strengthener. I Ij
QUICKLY RELIEVES had free by young by application planted firml.v-"s-u-r"-he tightened
breath Cures Old SOIlS, Other Remedies Won't Cure. No family should be_wiL4 u. aranteed by your Druggist. We mean it. SOc.
to tho Department. It con- his vest and taken a deep 1
. Mumps Lameness, The worst cases,no matter of how lone standing i
tains a number of illustrations, a design "s-su-r. Say bring some one to the are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Cuts, Burns, Backache, j house whichcan shaft that can understand me. will Porter' Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves
of hog ,
a portable I II
Paia and Heals at the same time. 2Sc.5Oc.SLaO -
Rheumatism Scalds anda : yuh?
be built easily and cheaply,
And he waited with some dignity the
L'' Sprains, Bruises, design of feeding pen for small '
coming:; of a person with sharper ears.
' and all other ailments of j pigs.In. Pittsburgh PostCourtship Notice To The Trading I ;
the pamphlet are some very important -

Man and Beast. ''dont's which should aid the by Flowers.In Public.

young farmer in preventing the dang- remote Alpine hamlets and villages Ii

; Since 1848 the foremost erous disease of hog colera. Her are especially in the Bernese Ober- On account of other busi-

b1 Pain fylieueroftkc Socih.2Sc. the suggestions: land, there still exist ancient and pretty ness I have decided to go out .

Do not have hog lots next to highways I customs of proposing marriage by of the merchantile businessand
? ..SOC.$l a bottle: the language of flowers. If a maid
-' at Drug and General Store railroads or streams. If yourneighbor's accepts a bouquet of edelweiss from a to close out I am offer- A fire-proof Safe in home is r
,, hogs have cholera do not him your not '
"'! "'""""'" man she at the same time accepts I
I allow anyone from his farm to visit as her fiance, the idea being that the ering some bargains. quotea

HOW TO BREED HOGS your farm, and especially your hog man.has risked his life to obtain the few prices as follows: necessarily burglar-proof-and a safe

J. neighbor's hog lot, whether his hogs flowers for the woman be loves. An- White Meat, per Ib ---_________12tfc
have cholera or not. other method which exists in the can- Smoked Meat, per Ib IStfc that is both fire and is
Trying to ---------- burglar-proof a
Uncle Sam I
: Interest South. Do not keep pigeons or allow themto ton of Glarus is for'the young man to Sirloin Steak -----_____________15c

,r'I, em Boys in This Subject. alight on your premises. place a flowerpot containing a single Round Steak ___________________15c
the window sill of expensive and cumbersome
rose and a note on thing J
Washington D. C. Jan. 29-The i I Keep away crows and buzzards. the girl's room when she Is absent Pork, per lb., from ______12VZc to 15c .
Quarantine all new hogs broughtto from home and wait-perhaps cbys- I have bought out the meat marketof
Department of Agriculture, is endeav- your place until you are sure theyare for a reply. If the maid takes the rose C. F. Massey and will appreciateyour It is also an invitation to thieves that you have valuables

' oring to intores tthe younger genera- free of disease.Do the young man boldly enters the bouse trade. in your house that are worth trying for.
tion farms in
on Sopthern the breeding no tallow a patent-medicine man to arrange matters with her parents. Shorts _______________________$1. i.
. of good hogs. It is the object of on your place, for you do not know but'If the rose is allowed to fade away Horse and mule feed __________ 1.73 Put that which you can't replace in one of our Safe .f

the Department to encourage the how recently he has visited a sick the proposal is rejected without a sin- Best Jap Rice, per sack ________ 4.00 Deposit Boxes. Our steel vaults will protect'you from ';

. young me nto raise at least enoughpork' I herd. gle word having been exchanged between Matches, per pkg _______-________4c _.
e' for home consumption, and if I Disinfect and own the couple. Sometimes a fickle 2-pound cans tomatoes __________8c Ere and Yale Locks not only keep out burglars but give "
. your wagon your girl,w111 keep a young man waiting a
: possible a surplus for the market shoes and clothes after hauling to day or two for an answer, but what Lard, per lb. ____________-_____11 ft you absolute privacy.Bank.

,: fork can be marketed in many forms stock yards or railroad loading pens. ever it may be It is final Green Coffee, per ib.___________15c

." -fresh pork, hams, bacon and sausage of carry- Charmer coffee, per can ________23c

+' and can be produced so as to I Avoid every possible hogs.way When Buttons Were Big. No. 2 Tub ____________________55c
sell much cheaper than beqp. A ing infection to your is wortha Bachaumont writes in his "Secret Nellie King Flour, per barrel5.30 of Starke

,I shortage of beef means an increased "An ounce cure"of prevention is old saying, Memoirs." Nov. 18; 1786: "The mania No. 3 Tub, _____________________65e
demand for pork, and it seems reason- pound of an for buttons is today extremely ridicu- Three Thistles snuff, 6 cans for25c

;:' able that there should be a ready but in this case it is everything.The lous. They are not only of enormous Sardines, per can ________________4c -

3., demand for all the available supply. object of the pig clubs is to size, some of them as big as six: : pound Lima Beans, per quart ..__....__15c . .
;f This in the pocket of show the boys how better and cheap crowns but miniatures and picturesare Galvanized buckets _____________20c t
means money
hogs be produced by the use of made upon them and this orna- '"Battle Axe" Shoe, best on the mar-
the boy hog raiser. may ket, pair guaranteed solid
blood and the growing of mentation is extremely costly. Someof every
Some of the points which the Department improved them represent the medals of the leather
forage crops. It also aims to en- Shoes at 60 cents to $3.00 pair
a ; : advises the youthful grower others statues per
courage the home curing of meats, Caesars antique Gun Shells per box _____________40c
to bear in mind are the following: and still others the Metamorphoses Good
1. The feeding and care are as and tho growing of forage crops of Ovid. Isabey, in his biographical cost. buggy whips at absolutely first A

important as the breeding in produc- :. while discouraging the use of high- notes says that when became Hats, 50 cents to ______________$2.50
ing a good hog. Plenty of feed and priced feeds. The work of the boys'pig to Paris he worked for a living Good N. S stoves _____________ 8.75
clubs by showing the boys how by making copies of Vanloos and Good No. 7 stoves _________1_. 5.75
make out
good care may a good hog (Aff4
sell their corn Bouchers on the lids of snuffboxesand
of a runt, but lack of it'will always they can profitably that for these medallions he was When youjwant: bargainscome 1

make a runt out of good pig. through hogs. paid from 6 to 8 francs each. "As it "W97)II
The boys in those clubs learn how to see me.
2. To make pork cheaply a permanent was still the fashion" he said. "to
t pasture and forage crops must to judge hogs and to select them for wear buttons as* big as a five franc J. C. CARTER Starke Fla.
also learn
market purposes. They ,
a be used. piece upon which cupids. flowers and
> 3. Young pigs must have a dry practical ways in the management, landscapes were cut in cameo, I went IfJ -

bed and plenty of sunshine. feeding, sanitation, and prevention of into that business. 1 got 12 BOOS for I .
r diseases of swine, all of which infor- each."-Philadelphia Ledger.Act !
4. Begin feeding the pig as soon I
.as he will eat, and keep him growing mation proves valuable with respectto ,. r HIP.An II I "
other forms of live-stock work.A of a Monster. J ,
until he is mature.
is Carmania? Translate k
dotail of the
5. Always keep plenty of clean, not unimportant into Kirman and a few who are up in : All o'ur thor-
I.6's. work to the boys themselves is the drugs are
the affairs of the middle east could
money which they are enabled to earn
identify the Persian province. Most of 00
4 -AN INCESSANT EOUfiU. by marketing their product. They DS know so little of that part of the oughly tested before we use them.

also come to realize sooner or later world; But the chief town Kirman

;" Continued Dropping of Mugs that farm life has its interesting side, also known as Carmania was the scene 1'd. And they are frequently renewd. Thisis

x and that success in the farming busi- In 1705 of one of the most terrible I
the best
important to results. Most
into my Throat. ness is well worth while. events ever in the history of Asia. 4 get drugs,

", : X severe cough is always a grave Any boy between the ages of ten Agha Mohammed founder of the Kajar lose strength when kept for a certain length of
It not Indicate or- dynasty then besieged and took the
symptom. may
and eighteen may become a memberof time. All drugs should therefore be tested be-
ganic disease of the lungs. Even place and. raging at the escape of his
though the cough Is a functional disturbance a pig club. Each boy must secure defeated rival ,with three followers fore they are used for compounding prescriptions.
It Is of sufficient gravity to at least one pig if he becomes a ordered 70.000 eyes of the inhabitantsto

s demand prompt attention. member. Each member must care for be brought to him. He counted AsthemtTtmarlud Bring your prescription here wherewe
The dropping of mucus from the and recordat them with his dagger point and saidto wins Mill if man I
his stock in keep a ,
back part of the nose Into the throat person world be improved bya realize the value of carefulness.Mitchell's .
his minister. "If one had been wanting
Indicates nasal catarrh. Sometimes least four months in order to com- tail: "1 think tt
: this goes on a long time before the pete for a prize. The members of I would have made" up the number would It miitt ae ad- t
attention to it It with your own eyes. -London Stand- dition Jo Aim.";
patient pays any the club must agree to study the in-
Is stated on good authority that mucus ard.
4 Store
structions which the sends
Department Drug
dropping Into the throat in this ; :f
way is apt to excite catarrh of the out for the benefit of the hog raisers. His Finish.A 4 ''I

stomach. At any rate, the condition The new outlines a plan of politician was describing at the y
ought to be corrected as soon as pos the boys' pig club, club the death of a rival. STARKE, FLORIDA
; 1 sible. by-laws. The work is conducted by "Yes. Jones Is dead he said, and.
Mrs. Bourland. of Frankston Texas with chuckle be held his Everywhere people are .
found after using Peruna that not the Department in cooperation with a glass ip to scrap- .
the light "Yes Jones is dead. He off wall
ing and
only did the Incessant cough disappear the various State Colleges. papers
\ but the dropping of mucus into Wherever possible the Bureau of slipped on the parquetry "floor of his with Washable Colors.It's .
the throat had also ceased. Bead library and killed himself.
what she says: Animal Industry places a State agentin The politician gave a loud laugh. an improvement that is really a

j. "For twenty-three years I was a every Southern State desiring to Then he added: permanent addition to the home- For Results UseFavorite ..
constant sufferer from chronic :&- carry on this work. These State "A hardwood finish eh?"-Exchanga providing of course that the qualityof -
tarrh. I had a severe misery and assist in the -
agents organizing pig the coating is right. Let us
burning In the top of my head. There
, was almost a continual dropping of clubs, and give full instructions and Camels In Water. show
, mucus into my throat, which caused .advice to any youthful pig growers The camel Is about the only animal youMasury's Fertilizers
frequent expectoration. 'My entire who apply for it. The agents can that cannot swim. It is an extraordinary ,
system gradually became Involved fact that the moment the ungainly -
and my condition grew worse. I had often help a boy in purchasing a pure- creature loses Its footing in a stream 1 Rat Colors Incessant cough and frequent attacks bred pig at a moderate price. it Perfection
an turns over and makes no effort to Sweet Potatoes and Truck.
of bilious colic from which it save itself from drowning.LondonAnswers. ;

- bowels seemed also I could became not affected recover.causing My He Shone Once. I in"j 4)) shades dnd whites I
alarming attacks of hemorrhages. Thespls? When were you a leadingman I They're the newest. Smooth at others in quality Write for Booklet. '

..,, 1 tried many remedies which gave Obeyed'Orders.wifeDidn't velvet-hard, and absolutely non-
} relief at Foyer-When the company had to yon bear me ask We sell Early Rose No. 4 .
only temporary relief, or no you absorbent. They will not powdei JI and Red Bliss Seed
j and In walk back from ( hl3 Brooklyn for $10? Husband-I ,
'{ alL I at last tried Peruna did. Wife- Potatoes.
rub off will Get
or ; not scale. W our prices.
three days I was relieved of the bowel Life. Then wh\ do you give me only &)?
derangement After using five bottles Husband I Wit me you told me yWer guarantee PERFECTION FLAT t

c_. I was entirely cured. Pertinert Query. : day to I iw IUTP only, half what 1 hear. COLORS. Independent Fertilizer
"I most cheerfully recommend the Teacher (dcwcril.ue ber encounter f Company
_ use of Peruna to any one similarly with w..t We bpend In France.An .
a tramps v then-I fainted
,' afflicted." Quigley Lumber & Supply .
f Little Johnnie JefVY yer left or in France are FLA.W .
who to liquid .
, People 'r<> '
i can now obtain Peruna Tablets. wl'.y r right 0111 London Tatteriiliiiiuuiii #" annually over Company Starke, Flo.

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f Dannetto H. Mays of Monticello, __

r. threatens to oppose Frank Clark for PAPER BiG H. C. RICHARD

.:; LIVE STATE NEWS congress in the second district. Mr. How About

Mays served the third district in con General Insurance

COOKINGGreat Your Title ? rtt
,'-I:.. gress several terms ana is a farmer.
. : Things That Are Happening In Florida as Told by Frank Harris of the Ocala Banner,

. who is on that System Perfected by M.
Our Exchanges. up congressmen, says I
represent none but FIRST-CLASS
Mays "is the only farmer far Soyer Famous London Chef. Better See Us
__ ___ __ _ _ _ _. _. _. _ _ so as companies and will be constantly on the
we know that Florida has had in -,, alert
to promote your interests. Guarantee -

< The success of the syrup mill at Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brewster, ofDtroit s i. Washington since the civil war." But DUEL BETWEEN PAN AND BAG. courteous treatment to all patroni. Bradford Co. Abstract 4

Mr. Harris
maybe has
i forgotten -
Santa -Rosa, shows that such enter- Mich., are Daytona visitorsfor A well written policy by a flrst-daai .
News. Martha McCulloch Williams.
Charley Daugherty.-Paltaka By agent in a first-class company some Company
prises can be made to go, and ther < a perio dof a week or two, being I I Although all the barbershops in St. Experience has been mr only school times means much in case of loss by fire ;:
which, perhaps, accounts for the STARKE, FLORIDA
should be one to take tne place of located at the Osborne rooming house Petersburg agreed on a 35c scale for
fact that I hold no opinions half .
every turpentine. still in the county on Orange avenue. Mr. and Mrs. haircuts after three days trial one heartedly. Especially about cooking.It H, C. RICHARD Starte flat .".

I as these go out. And there would be Brewster are enroute to Detroit, I firm, the Arcade, went back to the seems to me the finest of fine arts, ;,1.of
this difference, the mill wouldbe two-bit price. Said the owner : "TheI
syrup about 30 miles south of Miami, and an too much misprised, and held a
constructive where the turpentinestill I people down hero are used to paying drudgery instead of a privilege. Pos- .
are making the long journey from |'
is destructive.-DeFuniak Breeze.Dr. Detroit a quarter for a haircut and they will sibly this makes me reactionary "BIG- CHIEPy ,
a Ford Mr. Brewster ,
car. ,
'not stand for 35 cents although thatis holder-fast to old methods. Certainly l
Guil is!. is representing th nBeman Automatic THEM ALL"STRAIGf1T ,
Howsley has escaped the price in many shops in other when Soyer's paper bag cookery was t (
from the convict camp near Punta Oil Can company, of Meadeville, Pa. cities. We went into the combination suggested to me, there was not a

Gorda. He was convicted here recently and also advertising Harris oils. He because forcedto stouter skeptic in all these United 1
we were practically
has a number of interesting pictures States. Soyer's experience did.nothing
of having had unlawful rela- it but have decided it
that is best
of his car and himself and wife to change my mind. Rather, It
tions with the thirteen year old sisterof as to go back to the old price." convinced me that paper bag cookingwas
they at various
Howsley's Mexican wife. appeared places on the '"
Judge one of the things that cost more ,
Lee Gibson, senenced Howsley to serve journey south.- Daytona Gazette The revenue law passed by the last than they come to. For I set myself

ten years time in the convict camps, News. legislature requiring saloons to pay this sum. Bags, plus greasing, plus

and he was taken to the camps about i The Courier has received some prize double license by reason of the separ- clips, equal the cost of many sauce f''

two months ate bars for white and colored patronswas pans. Furthermore, It is against
ago. berries this season but the leader
up declared invalid in a ruling hand- sense and reason that the mere put IOO PROOF'r
have been to the present writing is C. E. Anderson ting of food in a bag should either
Vigorous protests made ed down by Judge W. S. Bullock, late
who came to Plant City about hasten the cooking or better the flavor IENTUCtWWI1ISIfEY ,
the of West
by gatherers Koy
this Afternoon. This is the first time e
three months ago from Cheyenne of it Thus I argued the case
against Greeks operatin gin that terri that the validity of this act has been 4
county, Kansas, and settled on the forthrightly, but ended by concession -
tory. It is contended that if the tested before the courts of this state. -I would try out paper bags and '
Mobley place near town. Mr. Anderson "Made in Old Kentucky"The ue "M
Greek spongers were allowed to enter The tax collector of Marion county see what I should see.
brought to this office this week ,
the field that the sponge industry of a took the position that under the revenue The first bag left me warmly tri

Monroe county would be exterminated strawberry, thought to be of the Missionary law enacted in 1913 all saloonsin umphant. Home Sweet Home of Good WhiskeyThe

for tho next two! or three years, as variety, which measured Marion county were subject to a Wisdom ferments' like yeast As I z
2 7-8 inches in width by 1 7-8 inchesin acquired it, there was no keeping It '
these men dive for the sponges, while double license by reason of operatingtwo pride of the oldest distillery in the Blue Grass
length and 7-8 of inch in to myself. It dripped down
.' was an upon my
the Key West spongers use hooked thickness. !iThis berry and its brother, different bars, one for white and next story neighbor a cook both born State whose reputation for quality is known the world over. i

poles.A. nearly as large, are still on exhibitionhere one for colored. For a test case and made. She was interested but Bottled in our own warehouse under strict supervision

Maurice Strauss, a well known liquor skeptical-less so than I had. been enables tell the world that Indian Bill is
S. Moore, of Fort Lauderdale, on and can b esoen by those wish- us to whiskey
dealer was arrested for failure to notwithstanding of an open mind. So
New River, has about five acres of ing to view this evidence of what worth while. J
take out tho two licenses and the case when I proposed an experiment
tomatoes which have the overhead Plant City soil will do.-Plant City You will if it. Our .
was heard this afternoon before JudgeM. culinary duel, if you please whose say so too, you try guarantee t
system of irrigation and has not been Courier.An result was to be decided by the scales, Quick delivery hobby. < -
S. Bullock. The court in its opin- protects you. our -
troubled with any drought, which has she was ready even eager to engagein
Italian an account of whose ion held the law to be invalid and ordered EXPRESS
been the cryof so farmers in
many strange actions were published in lastweek's the prisoner discharged. It is Each of us bought a rib roast-hers
4 Full 6
the county. He shipped eighty crates Quarts $3.00 Quarts $4.50
Southern Argus, committed i understood that the county will take weighing four pounds, mine but three. .
of fancy tomatoes Saturday, sixty on suicide at Trilby Thursday night of 1 the case to the supreme court on a To the eye they were identical save 12 Full Quarts, $9.00 1 Gal. Class Jug, $3.00

Monday and one hundred and fifty on last week by cutting his throat The I'writ of error, but it is the consensusof in the matter of size. And our gas
nearly 400 crates., Mr. Moore is en- oven-brothers WRITE FOR OUR BIG PRICE LISTChas.
ranges are by exactly
unfortunate ,man was demented at opinion among the local bar that
thuiastic about overhead irrigationand the time of his rash act. He left onThursday's Judge Bullock's decision will be affirmed the same pattern. Her roast Blum
he is about to increase his acreage went into a pan, mine into a bag. Not Company
., Coast Line train
presum the court.
; and put in a much larger pump. by supreme having to baste nor watch mine, after :
ably for his home in Pennsylvania the flame was turned down properly, Established when your Grandfather was a Boy

Clarence Root, the 8 year old son Dr. D. T. Cappleman went to Trilbyon Sam Hurd, the negro who, according I had liberty to run In on her and see

t of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Root, of James Friday's train and embalmed the to a death warrant issued sometime how she fared. She was doing her Warehouse No. 22

The of the ago by Gov. Trammell, will be best-a best that is superlative,
., town, N. Y., is having the time of his body. family deceased,
r life satisfying his ambition to capture having learned of the man's strange hanged in the Alachua county jail watching and basting her beef with JACKSONVILLE, :: FLORIDA :

'r actions inclosure on Friday, Januray 30, was the skill of a chef. The result was
some of the curious specimens sent a man here to take him ,
something beautiful to behold when
back to his home. He arrived after making splendid progress toward effecting -
in Indian River. Along his pictorial
she took it out after little more thanan
( the man had committed the act. his own getaway as well as
adventures last week he captured a hour. Mine was still in the oven,
shark that measured almost his own that of othors, when Jailor W. M. its bag intact, though I had turned
Saturday Paul Johnson, a studentof Today made the discovery Wednesday the after minutes.It .
height Later he caught an eill nearly out gas forty-five
14' two feet in length. While ho has the wood working department of morning. Mr. Torlay, who is" alwayson had not been on full for forty min .

hooked of the different species the School of Technology of Stet- the job" during the early hours of utes, whereas my neighbor had kept REAL ESTATE
:; many son University, received a check from the morning, heard a nois eas if a hers lowered only the least bit The
of the finny tribe in the river he now
th e great Merganthaler Linotype rivet or tap had fallen to the iron exact saving of gas 1 do not under
anticipates capturing a stingarce, of Company in part payment for an"idea" floor from quite a height. This roused take to compute-but that there was
which he has heard much but has yet I CITY AND
a saving is beyond question.The COUNTRY
( Paul invented what is technically the jailor's suspicions, and he was .
to witness a' specimen.-Ft Pierce scales showed her roast to ;
'News. known as a "liner rack". not long in learning that saws were have lost in weight a traction over Il i

made one of them in tho wood shop working steadily in the cell occupiedby nine ounces. Mine, lighter by a Property bought, sold or exchanged. Large and small tracts of
Ten big teams and wagons with and sent it to the Merganthaler Company Hurd. When daylight came Mr. pound, had lost a fraction under two unimproved lands. Farms and farming lands. Abstracts secured

,. road building equipment, piloted by This company promptly for- Torlay and Chief Deputy Bruton ounces. Furthermore all the strengthof and titles perfected. .

a big crew of men, passed through the warded Paul its check, and in the let- made an investigation and found six my meat was in the gravy. A fifth ;
their ter transmitting complimentedhim cold chisel at least of hers remained sticking to : STARK E,
afternoon same file
city yesterday on way hack saws, one one W. E. DAVIS

; ';. 'to .the right-of-way east of the city, on the invention and gale sug- and a large piece of wood in the cell. the usual pan way.though We she reckoned treated that it in a the pa- FLA.,

, gestions for improvements, which Seventeen rivets had been filed off,
per bag would have saved her a half Ilk
preparatory Paul will proceed to attach to his in- and the removal'of eight more would pound weight of beef, equivalent to :::: i

'L brick road from the city limits to pany once paid $390,000 for the patenton have given Hurd and those in the cell twelve cents, the cost of many paper

Lake Butler. W. W. Holmes & Co., an attachment for the linotype that with him access to the corridor. Its bags. Indeed, I felt that the gas say

of, Tampa, who have the contract, was less than half the size of Paul's believed that he intended to assault ing alone would have more than paid i

agree to have the work completed galley rack.-DeLand Record. the jailor when he entered the for the bag, the clips, the greasing.

within days. The businesslikemanner corridor an deffect a general delivery. Moreover my beef was tenderer than I
& = thirty /Tho/ United States statistics show, hers, had a richer taste, and was

$w in which the company goes to says the Florida Grower, thousandsupon The Ocala Banner makes a strong juicier. 1 FavoriteFertilizers

work indicates the completion of the thousands of tuberculosis cases argument in favor of the city furnishing Smothered Chicken,-Have a good- :' .
contract on tim4-Tarpon Springs sized broiler cut into joints taking
r .
in the United States. Not one native free water to the citizens of :
..Progressive. care not to leave sharp bones to the
born Floridian who has lived in Flor- that place. "There are two things" joints. Salt and pepper them lightly, :

., A persistent whisper is going the ida all his life is in the number. says the Banner, "that the people dredge with flour and lay in a well- ,

rounds of a limited circle of financiers Every tubercular patient in Floridawas should have free, air and water." greased bag upon thin slices of bacon. '"

in this State to the effect that the contributed b ysome of the other Compel everybody to use city water Cover with more bacon slices, taking ARE BEST

:' control'of the Florida East Coast states in the Union, and many of and give it to them free. It will care to keep the chicken spread ..

: Railroad has been acquired by the these have been won back to health improve the health of the city and be' rather "flat Add a tablespoonful of '
water of and
j Pennsylvania Railroad. It has been by coming here. Outdoor life adds a benefit to all the people." We do sliced,tomatoes.or a couple Shreds of peeled green pep ,

-L known for, the past three years that years to the life of any one. You can- not know whether there are any.' per add somewhat of flavor to the to- ALL '

the ambition of the Pennsylvania interests not coop yourself up in an artificially pumps or open wells still being used mak>es. Seal in bag and cook for CROPS : : ,

.= was to control the Southern heated 'room or house, with closed in Bartow, but if there are, the Ban :I forty minutes, slacking heat almost Write for Catalogue

Railway, and it was accepted as reasonably doors and windows, and breathe the ner's platform would be a good one' half after the first five minutes. U.,

certain twelve months ago same air over and over again and expect for: the city authorities of Bartow, as i. (Copyright 1911, by the Associated

.that it had been realized. The acquisition to live as long as the man in well as Ocala, to adopt-Bartow Literary Press.) f

; of the Florida East Coast would the open. Three hundred and sixty- Courier *Informant I .1 k
the Pennsylvania the nearest rail five days of open windows is one of R. M. Chamberlin, one of Tacoma's '
give 3
.. I -
;, connection to the Panama Canal by Florida's offerings. You can perhapsfool extensive truckers, was distributing By Nicolas Soyer, Chef of Brooks' INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER CO. 't

4 several hundred miles, with magnifi- yourself into disbelieving it, but is characteristic good cheer in Gaines- Club, London. .

,;( 1 cent depths for export docks at Jacksonville don't ever attempt to fool Nature ville Saturday-and this in the face Sirloin, Round or Ribs of Beef.- JACKSONVILLE FLA. '

y-;l '. and Key West and strong Come to Florida and live while you of the statement made by him that the Grease well with drippings (but thisis ,

possibilities at Miami. These facts live.-Palatka Sun. rains of the past three days have not absolutely necessary). Put the WE SELL SEED POTATOES
50 joint in a bag. Do not season"the
make damaged the cabbage crop fully :
are readily coupled in a way'to The tax assessors of the countiesof Joint before cooking. Put the joint on
: Off-t the reported, sale of the East Coast Florida will meet in Jacksonvilleon per cent Mr. Chamberlin forty a broiler, in a moderate oven. For a zt
to cabbages and begun
planted ,
Be appear not only very plausible, but an February 2 to discuss the instruc- acres three-pound Joint allow forty-five .
cutting on Thursday. He looks at the . "
end to be very much desired by the tions issued by the new State Tax minutes; a seven-pound joint, an hour

"i Pennsylvania, which has no line nearer with view of situation in a philosophical manner, and twenty minutes; fourteen pounds, i
: the last Legislature a
however, and believes that a short two hours and fifteen minutes.
i- than Washington." Both systems bringing about a more equitable distribution yield will mean better prices.GainesJ. Veal Mutton, or Pork can be cookedin : !
financial shape.
are now in excellent of the tax burdens of the the same way as beef. If a thick :

i "There is absolutely no truth in the Commission, which was created by B. Watson showed us a mammoth gravy is required, roll the Joint in LANEJ';

printed rumor that the Florida East State. The assessors will discuss the sweet potato yesterday morning. It flour before placing In the bag. Allow 4 .

'i."f Coast Railroad (the Flagler System) instructions of tho State Commission tipped the scales at sixteen pounds.Mr. the same time as for beef. t

}tr.s been or will bo sold to the Pennsylvania The new law provides that all property Watson is a subscriber of The Roast Chicken.-Cover the breastof .
Railroad Company, or nyJjf miles west of the fowl or chicken with butter or .
4' shall be assessed at full value, Leader and lives two

; other company," said J.. P. Beckwithvicepresident or 100 per centConsiderable town. He has a fine farm and orange drippings fat bacon, or,over better it. still Place tie in a a pieceof bag Outfitter to Women nand

41! ,..'- and acting president ?fI"t' uncertainty seems to grove. The above potato was afterwards and set 01 broiler in a hot oven. Allow i

j the Florida East Coast Railway, in exist as to who owns the Pensacola purchased by J. M. Smith who twenty-five minutes for a small I

.reply to this direct question: "Has News which went into bankruptcy a sent it by parcels post to his friendsin spring chicken, thirty-five minutes for Children

eFlorida East Coast Railroad been few days ago. C. B. Hanson says he Arkansas. Mr. Smith informed us a large fowl, forty-five to fifty min- i t

I. t sold, or will it be sold, to tho Pennsylvania has no interest in it and Ben (Thomas, that th!re were seven potatoes in the utes (according to size) for stuffed LL. .

1' j Railroad?" the business manager, says that Dr. hill, the largest weighing 42 poundsand poultry or game, in a moderate oven.
',Ii. t Wil- Hanson is the sole owner, though he the smallest the one in question, Roast Turkey or Goose.-Allow onea1d .
owned by
l In a hydro-aeroplane a quarter hours in a moderateoven
invested cent in it. Certainlya the entire lot growing in a fence '
liar Thaw, of Pittsburg, Mr. Thaw never a ; if stuffed, allow one hour and Millinery Silks
situation. If the News had corner.-St Meade Leader. forty-five minutes to two hours. ,
Monday queer
;: ,Port Beach
;... Sewell. to Palm .
.'"'and Aviator Steve McGordon, of NewYork been a success instead of a failure Roast Pigeon.-Thls requires very MHIHBMMMMMM HM HBWrM <
'! fromL'fJ there would probably be no disvowalsof delicate: cooking. My method cooksa <
[ made a continuous flight ownership.-Orlando Sentinel. The registration book for districtNo. pigeon to perfection whether it is and Notions i >

afternoon. The thirty-six miles was 6 will be open till the first Monday stuffed or not. To roast, allow fifteenmlnutealn

*5 ;'made in thirty minutes. After circlife in March at the Quigley Lumber a very hot oven; if stuffed f

: lug the town and hotel grounds, where To Prevent Blood Poisoning & Supply Co's office. allow twenty to twenty-five minutes.Copyright .

i the machine lighted in Lake Worth ,roatia'S ppli at once ANTISEPTIC the wonderful SEALING old reliable 011.a anrgical DR.- C. A. FUTCH, ( 1911, by Sturgis & Walton i.I I- Starke, Florida

R ,- The i aviator will keep the machine at dr.uhg that relieves pain aDd beau at District Registration Officer. Company.) .
"t Palm i Beach all season, making daily the I&JDC time. Not a llaisuat =c.:iOc.$1.OQ. 4 ........... ............ ....... ..... ttt.t... .

$" lchtL ..... .J..J..jJ.. ... -ul II

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WJ urdl. ru uC LutCl breeds DorkinjpJ, with this orcp In souin Aiaoama iru-uuuganai parliament only one" Sums,via bores,tings ot insects t' ,
Ltgtttrt-era' and the English are I
ter, not only direct. but reflected. (triumphantly-0h. well, you arent Orpingtons and Redcaps. For farm I lug- the year. uur'l year.-Loncl;a Mail. Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne,used in- -

by the middle of June, near thafrthern cos papa says you sprung from nothIng. ..1 I vernally and extern .'7. Price 25cr. i ..,i. rr

there .-London. Punch.
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i': Bradford County Telegraph .
I' According to Washington dispatchesone of the
Brooker, Fla., Jan. 5- +
Spring Term of Circuit Court Held Patriotic Entertainment at School S
of the questions discussed by the saddest accidents that has ever occurred +
This Week. .
J Auditorium Tonight"To .,.11111111111 + 111111111
Local and Long Distance Phone President and Mr. Lind at their conference in this community was that of :

W Number 40 on board the cruiser Chest Gainesville, Jan. 27.-A special the sad and untimely death of Charlie of Baptist. .
Thee 0 Country"-Chorus
_ _ _ _ _
',' ---- was whether the Constitutionalistswould term of the circuit court for Alachua Benton, which occurred last Tuesday mixed vo ces. Rev. C. M. Britton, pastor. Sunday -,t.

, T Published weekly, and entered as be able to form a stable govern- county convened hire yesterday. Judge morning, December 30th, while he and Recitation-Frc4die Gunter. school 9:45, a. m. Morning sere|
vice 11 o'clock evening service, 7 i
._ second class. matter at the post-office overthrowing Huerta, and Mr. Lmd James T. Wills presiding and Solicitor Odis Barry were in the woods en- Song-"Caught," Niles Ray. o'clock., Visitors; cordially invited to I

t at Starke, FIorida expressed the opinion that they Augustus V. Long and other officials gaged in sawing down a small but Recitation-Gray Turner. worship with us. J

.,1. wouldn't. If he did express that opinion I present. rather tall lightwood pine intendedfor "The Calf Path-Twelve, boys. EpiscopalRev. i|

E. S. Matthews, Editor and Owner it isn't known on what he based This term was called to dispose ofa posts. The tree in falling fell "Jubileee Song-Chorus of children E. A. Sherrod, rector. S rvices' -',

j,. F. E. Robbiiu! ___ Associate Editor, it. It isn't improbable, however, that number of criminal cases in which against another tree, broke and rebounded Reading-"The End of the first Sunday in every month. 3'J

i: and Business Manager lead- continuances were asked at the fall striking Charlie on the head, Drought," Miss May Fripp.
: he sees disscntion among the Christian. 'f1||
term, but as the special venire of rendering him unconscious. :Mr. Barry Song-"America for Me," Harry I
i Starke. Florida Friday, Jan. 30, 1914 ers of the Constitutionalists. It is seventy-five ordered summoned in con did all for him possible, bathinghim Canova. S Rev. John Mullady pastor. Services -
first'and !
known that even now Gen. Villa at 3 p. m. third Sunday
nection with the murder case was with water,.and the grief. stricken. Address-Rev.. .. E.. A.. Sherrod. of the month. ]
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chafes under the restraint II
Nobody loves a baldhead. put upon made returnable at 9 o'clock today cries soon brought a number of neigh- Recitation-Wilbur Scott

1 him by Gem. Carranza. It is true he instead of the opening day of the bors and tho father of Mr. Benton to Play. -.Including beautiful chorus Presbyterian.No :;
. from him but it is : regular pastor. Sunday school!
takes orders
The oldest Mason continues to die. apparent term the court took up the damagesuit the scene. -"A Prophecy for 1920." Principal at 10

t that he feels his own grow- instituted by Major John W. The poor father was so overcome characters, Uncle Sam and Col. a..m. ;

;, The latest term coined is "race rot" ing influence, because of his military Tench against the J. B. McCrary with grief that it was necessary to umbia. Methodist.Rev. S

t successes, and often acts in the. most Company. This action was broughtas call a physician for him. This entertainment will be given B. T. Rape, pastor. Sunday

., Did you ever ;;sign painter who important matters on his own judgment a result of alleged personal injuri3 Charlie lived about a, half hour, but under the auspices of the W. C. T. U. school, at at 11 9:45 o'clock, a.; m.evening Morning service service 7-

could spell? It is pretty certain that manyof sustained by Major Tonch while he died without speakin ga word. Then at eight o'clock tonight. Admission o'clock. Visitors cordially invited to *f

, I his acts since he has been in con- was walking near the power house of kind and loving friends carried him freet attend.

In spite of the high cost of living, trol of Chihuahua have not met with the new municipal light and water home and prepared his body for burial, iI

; food is still cheaper than radium. the approval of Gen. Carranza.The plants on the 4th of last september'j Wednesday afternoon they laid him to '

[ A heavy scantling fell from rest at New Hope cemetery, where his .r;
two men are widely differentin
law has
The new currency proved story and knocked tho major down mother and sister were buried onlya
;. character, temperament and in their ,!
to be excellent business stablizer.
an upon a pile of derbis, inflicting an few month ago.
methods of doing things. Gen. Car
ugly gash on his head, and! it was
I Advice is the cheapest, the most ranza is about fifty-five years of age, Funeral services were conducted by
P alleged that he was bruised on other Rev. Sheffield. Beautiful the
plentiful and the most useless thing and is a large land holder. He was parts of the body, necessitating his flowers his were those Thebook I
placed on grave by
first take side with
the to
r 'fin earth. among confinement for several weeks. that held hi mdear.
Madero, and among the first, if not '
-- -
Last fall he instituted suits IIi
{ If you want ; winter to seem the very first, in his section to raise which He leaves a dovoted father, three
the Mcrary company, companywere
short note to become due the brothers and three sisters and a number %
give your the standard of revolt against supervising the construction of !
of other relatives to their
f}i in the spring. ____ Huerta government He has been the plants, and also against the city, loss, all of whom have the sympathyof Ii

prominent in civil affairs, having occupied asking $10,000 damages in each case.
; Liquor has one recommendation, at a host of friends in this sad hourof
import'Jit government positions The McCrary company paid no attention -
least 'It is of the surest fool- bereavement 4'"i
one and has some claim to the reputation to the suit, honce the complainant "ij
killers ever invented. Charlie was eighteen years old anda ,
of a statesman.On secured judgment by default and 'i

--,'- the other hand Gen. Villa has I the case went to trial in order that a noble young man, numbering his ::<
: The denatured tango dance will friends by his acquaintances, and his I
fix the amount of damages.
had in civil affairs. His Jury might
with the smart set no death has cast rth eentire
prove as popular a gloom ove '
City Attorney Robert E. Davis de-
as watered whiskey is in Kentucky. now a little more than thirtysevenyears community. We wuep and feel thatit that I 1I' II
had as a result of alleged personal injury
and has
of a checquered -
age is not for Jesus at the
wrong, wept
hence it not come
"- Why is it that THE woman is career.: Much of his early life was grave of a friend.
for trial before the spring term
: always ,a littl-3 woman, even if she spent dodging the law because he up But we weep not as those without
of court if then. he1psff II
weighs 200 pounds? had kill an army officer. It is said The case against the McCrary company hope, for we hope to meet him againin .

also that he has beep a benevolent a brighter, bettor world, where
occupied all] of Monday, several
t S There is nothing new under the bandit While he can read and write death will never come and no more

\ sun, not even the tango dance, which he isn't a man of education. It is physicians testifying sustained as to the extentof parting tears are shed.There'll to
the wounds by Major d
; eminent scholars say is centuries old. admitted, however, that he has rather Tench, and the matter went to the be no grief in heaven, you sue
For life is one glad day
remarkable in
teA ability organizing jury this morning about 9 o'clock. .
beach will The tears of those former
1 season at the convinceyou I are thing"Which
forces and as a military leader. After being out about an hour the 1
that most people look better with I all have passed away.
Because of the which has #
success jury reported a verdict reading as
their clothes especially the I Thet oars are of those former thinsThere'll S
on, men.
: attended his military operations his follows:
be no sin in heaven-
is and hi "We the jury, find for the plaintiffthe ,
popularity steadily growing ,
A man in Arkansas "also ran" for Behold that blessed throng,

office for forty years. He must be the event of the success of the Con- sum of $700 damages, plus $100 All holy in their spotless robes, You do not need to be a l
total we
doctor's bill $800.
stitutionalists he might insist say
even slower than the Arkansan. upon All holy in their song.

average.. dominationg the situation. Because of all.-R. B. Peeler, foreman.representedby There'll be no death in heaven, scholar to get the greatest use from r
The was
fr' .4 his unfitness for that role there would complainant For they who gain that shore

}-, If Burleson keeps on increasing the undoubtedly be strong opposition to defendants Attorney by William City Attorney S. Broome R., the K f Have won' their im-mor-tal-ity this book. Many an uneducated 1

freight limit of him. In that event another revolution And they can die DO more.
i parcel post packages
n it wont be long before we can travel might be developed. i Davis.said. An appeal will be taken, its I In heaven: abovo, where all is love, person is now enjoying all the best the t..

.: i>y malL Don't cross the bridge until you As soon as this matter was out of There'll be no dyingthere.. world can give with.its help. !

Or come to it is a good old proverbbut the way Solicitory Long moved the- S .

V-- :Mrs. C. Brackett-Bishop will be. there are some things in the court to grant a severance as to the A bank book will start you on the road to success. t

'T Jeive in the law of heredity before Mexican situation the foreshadow pro- William Thomas S
indictment against A PRAYER.
Come in this bank today and let us give you one. l
f she concludes her kid farm experiment blems for the solution of which the B. F. Carter and Harrison Lanier, Give uv die strength lo encounter

| J President no doubt thinks he oughtto charged with the murder of Spencer that which ii
I to'come that we
when they present that Thomas and
be prepared Martin, asking
i' The South will have ,more than her themselves. Unless preparations are Carter be placed on trial at this time. be brave'im peril constant in tribulation -

1> share of temperate ia. wrath, and in Bradford County Bank ]i iS
f regional banks if one is made for the prompt direction of :I Col. Robert W. Davis objected to a all changes of fortune down tothegatesofdeaihloyalaadloyjngone

i' located in every city that thinks it events when the Huerta government severarree, but was overruled, and the

;V; bas pne cinched. .I falls it is probable that there will election of a jury was begun. As to another.-Stevenson. Established 1889
IL. *
condition of affairs approachingchaos. each side is allowed twenty perem- S
; If be a N.T. Hitch Pres. W. T. Weeks Vice-Pre E.P. Duncan Cwhie
the paragraphers will pay John Hence it isn't improbable that tory challenges, and since a great deal i

.:.I;: Lind what they owe him, he won't one of the questions that President of interest has been manifested in >1.">

> have to talk the rest of his life-he whetherthe the case,the selection of a jury moves NOTICE OF FIRST' MEETING OF CREDI. -z
discussed with Mr. was TORS. i
: .: can let his money tak. Constituionalists would be able to along slowly, many veniremen being In the District Court of the United States ._ .1
excused for causa. The jury was completed for The SouthernDistrict of Florida. In : J';
i A Hungarian physician proposes to establish a stable government when about 2:30 o'clock. One of the Bankruptcy.In be matter'or. H Scarborough of Lake ; T

anchor live hairs upon bald pates by Huerta's government crumbles and defendants, William Thomas, sat at Butler Florida aforesaid we bankrupt.the Grantof Bradford.5Distnet .. 4m :

*>- "means of minute gold hooks and let his power ceases.-Savannah News. hidn his attorneys, Messrs. Davis and Notice is hereby given that on :

: :, Thrasher with an infant in his arms, THE 24 DAY OF JANUARY. A. D. 1914.
them 'take root and j
; grow. the laid J. H. Scarborough was duly adjudged :I
: Reno will quit business, but peoplecan I the child having been born since he bankrupt and tfiaf the first meeting of his
.$ I creditors will be held in the office of the Clerk
to Wisconsin and use the common :.
( in several'months
: Secretary 'Bryan says Wilson'spolicy was placed jail agoilis of said Court in the Government Building in-

f will lower the cost of living. law ceremony, and when they. wife is with him. the City of Jacksonville Dnval County. Florida .
the 6th of February A. D. 1914.
;' q Maybe 'the secrptary will be able to want to separate they won't need a. Harrison Lanier, indicted jointly at 10 pn o'clock at which time said cred'toramay

divorce. with Thomas and CartEr; is on the attend prove their claims appoint a-
Hive An :his .salary hereafter. trustee examine the bankrupt. and transact
t: .:,., stand at this writing. He made a 'such other business as nay properly coin
.: --kr : We are in receipt of number 1, confession after beingincarcerated, before said meeting.
: "We believe Harry .Thaw is sane. Jacksonville,. Florida. January 27. 1914.
volume 1, of The Florida Good News, declaring that he fired the shots that CHAS S. ADAMS.

.S He has expressed his intention of the official organ of the Florida W. killed Spencer Martin and W. A. .Jos-' Referee in Bank ruptey- i
whiter in 'Florida after Jan. SO-H
the ;
t I spending C. T. U., and it is a very readable ice, but later disavowed the statement
be ls released. That is sanity.
little publication. It is presumed that the. :sol- U. S. DISTRICT COURT. .

f ''.t / citors object in securing a severance : Southern District of Florida.n .
f. the matter of J. H. Ritch and J. G. Fitch '
i If you have money prepare toI is forcing to Lanier witness. .
; I' Foreign competition was use as a *B Rt.** Bro- Bankrupt .
"- spend it now, for, with prices soaring down the prices of things that kill Two indictments were returned; IN THE MATTER OF PETITION FOR
: at the present rate, it won't buy half people, but it seems to have the opposite against the three men, one charging On this the 22d day of January. A.D. 1914

I \'. as much five years from today.When themith the murder tof Spencer Mar on reading the foregoing petition it is- orderedby .
,I' ". effect upon the prices of things the Court that a hearing be had noon the
alive. tin, the other charging them with same on the 25th day of February A. D. 1914 .
PST keep people
the murder of W. A. Justice. The before said court at Jacksonville in tuM .
single, three are a .
. T. you are District at ten o'clock in the forenoon; and
. a.. crowd and two are company. When The price of radium, it is announced bodies of Martin and Justice were that notice thereof be published in the Brad
S und floating on the Suwanee river, ford County Telegraph a newspaper printedin
I:,.5- you arc married, sometimes two areS will soon drop automatically, per said District and that all known creditors <
of the extreme western part of this and other .
in interest !
persons may appear __ ;
crowd and three are company. haps to $87,000 a grain. A fellow
n county, on the 26th of last October. at atd time and place and tKbw cause f < 'j'e )
----- can fast"a few days then and buy all anT they have, why the prayer of said peti.tionrr 4
; They had peen dead two or three should nnt be on-anted. < '
\ The Miami Metropolis publishes the radium he needs at that price.A days. And it is further ordered by the Court. that

';:. .laily a chapter from the Bible under hen in Pennsylvania has a coat I f Th-3 court roo mis packed with spec- the Clerk notice shall send of said by mail petition to all and knowncreditors this : tMIVV :

.. ,the head of "News." The contents of fur instead of feathers. Any hen tators and much interest is manifestedin o!'Ho", addressed to them at their places of (
residence as stated. S ..._
't' of. the Bible really is news to many that is industrious enough to lay a the trial. Witness: The Honorable RHYDON M. <.' S /
I C\LL. Judce of the said Court. and the scat S
people. few eggs in the winter can afford a S thereof at Jacksonville. in said district, on the < i

1 t fur coat. True Love. 22d day of January A.D. 1914.A ,1
When love translate itself into true cooy.
from action
: Now we are importing eggs : E. D. DODGE Clerk.

. China. The great American. hen is Yale students have signed"a pledgeto that action will always be un. &lf. Jan SO-lt ,

scratching refrain from drinking and gambling ish. It must be so. A selfish love for Long and patiently
liable to have to do some you .
and to shun immoral theater others is a contradiction in terms. It NOTICE OP GUARDIAN S\LE.

; -yet.-Jacksomille News. Laying, pjr- does not exist. for where true love Is this Thirty Notice days I after will the first publ-cation of have sought for the shoe that
tit I formances, but New Year's resolu- apply to the Honorable will
brother. there is always found self effaceuient. (.co. A. Gardiner County Judge of Bradford
: tions don't count anyhow. County Florida for an order to sell at. .nPiv"t..> : give you full value for
-- --'- money-that
----- sale the undivided one fifth interest your i
::t If you want to vote m the spring The new editor-of the Starke Telegraph $100 Reward, $100 I I Daniel.Minor Heirs Merlie.of Levy. and Fred Lindsey's of strong heavy shoe which, while neat and good I

t primary, don't forget to register. The column The reader of this caper will ta I I in and to the Marrion Lindsey deceased looking gives safe ankle ..
is turning out a paragrap Weased to learn that there is at least one 'of land following piece. parcel or tract you security and a feel
new primary law says every elector that bids fair to take first place Breaded disease that science haa been and described situate in Bradford County Florida. ing of comfort at work. '
able to cure in all its stages. and that U as follows to-wit your /: 3
:,. must register in order to vote, and hi the State press.-Tampa Tribune.No Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only W Cornmencinlf at a point One Hundred feet You will find it this S
toth. at We
l positive cure now known to the medical Seaboard Air Line Railroad store. have specalized
; that includes you.Considerable chance while Lambright is on the fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional Thence on the North line of the SoutheastTwta Tract it for years. Come in today and let us show SIn
!f Sae8eSTrUIl2.111 constitutional treat- Quarter of the Northwest you
job. pent Catarrh Cure Is taken In. I (26) and running Quarter South of and Section Par You need not buy. We only want you to know %%*
dissatisfaction arose ternally. acting directly urxm the blood aIM with) the said Ra'lroad Three that have those shoes
and mucous surfaces of the system there I and Forty-five Hundred we so that when you DO ,
(345) feet,
!{ among the young men who attended Enforced Applause. by ease destroying and giving the the foundation patient strength of the dis by "M? variation aa the section thence line West Six on want to buy you will know where to come. i

the carnival here last week. The baby "My husband doesn't care for grand building up the constitution and assisting Hundred and sixty (660) feet thence at right
I S nature la doing Its work. The proprietor ankles North to north line of the above 'described
\ stand, which was presided over bySr' 1 opera. nave so much faith in its curative pow. (40) urn thence East on same line-
; thickly surrounded -1i i "But I notice that he applauds vigor- era that they offer One Hundred Dollars to point of beginning Containing FIve (5) I J. M. ALVAREZSTARKE
a pretty girl, was so ously. for any case that It falls to cure. Sed acres more or leM AU in Section <26). Township -
for list of
all the titus testimonia1& (6).outh of Range (22
S by married men I -He does that to keep awake"- Address p.3.CUENEY CO., Toledo, O1e, ILA LINDSEY. i

that *. boys couldn't get'a look in.-i Washington Herald. Take Sold by Bill's aU Druggists Fiailr fuia 15e.S tot. coutipatlao. I .Ju. 3001"Guardian of the above named minora ., FLORIDA

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with We IncNn'France. S '
a trampi t then-I
r afflicted." Little Johnnie J..Pwi fainr>d ] An, :'ini-ts in Quigley Lumber &' SupplyJCompany : }'
People who object to liquid medicine \VT yer left or ; France are CKSONVILIE
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can now obtain/_Peruna Tablets. .YeT rigbt om London Tatler ,' Hdns; ;: annually over. Starke, Fla. FlAt ; .




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k postponed on account of the incle- tftfffffff+f.ffft++ "', '
., ment weather and will be given to- 478 pounds. The animal was a Brimmer rI .

night (Friday) under the auspices of FOR West SALE-Choice building lot on ,Bradford county product. 'It was a I ,_ t
Madison size '
street 70 214
i Information the W. C. T. U. The program appears price $350. E. S. Matthews.x ; grade steer of Holstein and Jersey I Tomato. .
elsewhere in this j
paper. breeding and stood fourteen hands J

.,,; II c..rf siyn..j rtl At o.ftfc..P.r.c.0"Lubw sad r.?....... Any item of news concerning yourself FOR SALE-Ford Runabout. high. The Peer of all tomatoes for t 1 '

it your family or your neighbors. Newly painted. Good condition. large uniform size and superior 1 ft

I I will be thankfully received at this DEWITT JONES Starke, Fla. A CASE OF RABIES.A table qualities. Market growers, t 'f! ,
: -- office. Write it and send it in or call dog belonging to Mr. W. J. Frier- sell it at more than double the' .

!j Mr. S. L. Alvarez was in Jacksonville 146 ladies' and children's hats to Phone No. 40 and tell us about it. FOR RENT-Five room house. Applyto 'son, near Starke, was seized with an price of ordinary tomatoes. i

: Sunday. be sold at any price before W edn s. We want all the news about you and J. W. Morgan. 1-30-tf :week, and headed straight for town, Wood's 1914 Descriptive '

day. Jany 28th. Mrs. B. B. Hopson. everybody else, but we can't get it attack of rabies on Wednesday of last Catalog t
Miss Ina' Lindsey, of Middleburg gives reports from 1
where he is customers, !
all without reported to have bitten
8 in Starke Saturday.Mr. Messrs. Charles B. Hewlett and your help. It requiresthe "OR SALE CHEAP-One secondhand showing large profits from grow- : ,
"& combined efforts of dogs belonging to R. R. Prevatt
Morris Mason, of Jacksonville, are publisher and 4horse power gasoline engine ing this variety. Wood's Cata- }
Walter Wills, of Tampa, madeto here this week in the interest of The people to make our local news columns in first-class condition. Quigley George Charles Baisden, Lacy Underhill, log also tells about all the best
Marks, Mack Johns Sam
interesting.For Lumber & Supply Co. ,
ffying trip to Starke Sunday. Packer.
Nichols and others. The dog was Farm andGarden 1RESTIRESTIRES

Mrs. Fred Holmes arrived here dry goods. Leviton. killed the next morning and his head .
Mr. Oscar Dyal, of Sampson City, WANT-purchasers or renters for Seeds. ,
., was here on business Tuesday. from Chicago Sunday to spend the The Ladies' School and Civic Club some good farms on liberal terms. sent to Jacksonville for examinationand I

I winter with her cousin, Mrs. C. H. are making preparations for a splen- D. E. KNIGHT. Starke. 12-26 tf. it was pronounced a genuine case Itisthethirtyfifthyearofitsissueand

Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., has returned Floreus. did entertainment to be given at an .of hydrophobia. is more valuable than ever.
FOR SALE OR RENT-My place of Mailed free. Write for it '
from a visit to Alachua. early date. The program will consistof 31 H. P.
Miss Naomi Dukes, of Brooker, was acres. Fouts. Plant City. CEMETARY WORKING. I
andgoing shopping in Starke Tuesday and while an unusually interesting and enjoyable Fla. l-2-8t. I All T. W. WOOD 6 SONS. j
i + A car of wire fencing just in play which will be producedby are don ,
at prices that will interest you. here she was the guest of Mrs. Carrie the best talent iIi the city. Good FOR' SALE-200 bushels seed peanuts All who are interested in the Dyal Seedsmen, Richmond, Va. I i

quigley Lumber and Supply Co. Mills and daughter. music will be furnished and sparkling I at 4 cents per pound f o. b. Low cemetery are requested to meet thereon (

Mr. W. P. Pitts, of Hampton, was Going out of business next Wednesday specialties will be introduced between I ell, Fla They are N. C. flat vine Friday, February 6, to spend the To Cure a Cold In ,;
.":, in the city on business Saturday.Mr. Jany 28th. Mrs. B. B. Hop- acts. The ladies promise the publican variety and all new crop. H.. T. Hall day in beautifying the resting placeof Tike LAXATIVE BKOMO Quinine.Day It stop the
evening of rare entertainment. Lowell, Fla. M6-4t the dead. Please bring your dinner Cough and Headache and work off the C ld. i
Hans Hall, a successful Hampton son. and come prepared to stay all day. Drug aq refund money if it fails to cure. 1 >
Watch the bulletins for further an E. W. GROVE'S nyuiuf on each box. 2ae.
farmer, was in,Starke Friday. Messrs. E. S. Matthews and FOR RENT-7-room house 4 of
f. R. A. nouncements.The acres = .., I t
't Mr. David Jones, of Hampton, was were in the western part of the land and all necessary buildings, $10 -

in Starke on business Wednesday. county Wednesday on a combined stockholders of the Bank of per month. B. T. Rape, Starke, Fla. a
f hunting and business trip. Starke held a meeting during tha 1-30-4t. f "
i, Mr. Eugene Hickey has accepted a week and elected the following directors -
position at the J.''T. Reaves market. |I Just received a full line of fresh : A. M. Darby, E. S. Matthews, FOR SALE-20 acres Woodlawnland

seeds for spring planting. J. W. A. H. Freeman, G. C. Livingston and in the famous Wateroak section
White & Son l-2-4t Buy Your Tires Direct
Mr. Roger Wells, of Tallahassee, is At Lowest
John Uglow. Officers for the ensuing Price $300 M J. HUTSON, Geneva,
visiting his mother here this week. Rev. Larrimore of Brooker
,, year were also elected as follows: Florida. Prices..

Shoes at Leviton's. spent Saturday night in Starke, while E. S. Matthews, president; A. M.

on his way to fill his regular appointment Darby, vice-president; H. Halli- FOR SALE-120 acres woodland, 2 By buying and contracting direct from the factories

Mr. and Mrs. R. R. (fThede, of Law- at Corinth church.. gan cashier. The usual annual dividend miles southeast of Starke, well timb- for tires in large quantities for spot cash, we are

\ tey, were visitors in Starke Sunday. of 8 cent. was declared anda ered, $10 Carter Newsom able to offer them s.
St Mrs. W. F. Furpless, Jr., returnedto per an acre. at a great money saving price

Mrs. H. R. Sapp, of Lawtey, made her home in Lakeland, Sunday,, comfortable sum was left in the Starke Fla. l-30-4t direct to the consumer. A saving of from 35 to 60 f

,' a shopping trip to Starke Monday. after a visit here with her parents, undivided profit fund. percent '

visited Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Canova. Mr. S..F. Hall, Jr., of Jacksonville, Strayed-One dark brown cow When
Mr. J. Frank Johnson with some white spots on her crumpled you buy tires from us you get full value, and #

friends in Green Cove Springs last Apalachicola oysters. J. F. Kick- has accepted a position as mechanical horns, one ear with a hole in it, don't have to pay the dealer's profit, salesman's '

:1': Friday.' foreman in the Telegraph office. Mr. name "Lucy." Will pay $15 reward commission and other high selling and overhead ex-
4 liter.Mr. Hall has been connected with the
}. Miss Eethel Kite sprained her ankle T. J. Griffin says, "Luck to the i Kennedy-Brown-Hall Co., of Jacksonville for her delivery to Fred Lucas, Max- penses. We sell tires direct to consumer at jobbers

Y last Saturday while skating on roller jaybird, and likewise to the wren; as foreman for a number of ville, Fla. Jan. 232t. prices and YOU GET BIG VALUE AND EXACTLY -

skates. Lord bless all the women and railroadmen years. He is an expert linotype operator FOR SALE-Sixty acres of good WHAT YOU PAY FOR.

I of the ," to which we say, amen. and machinist and first-class Shrewd auto
Cashier Howard C. Peace, strawberry or truck, land, between owners compose our customers among

n,5Lawtey: State Bank, was in the city Dr. A. P. Montague, of Lake City, job printer, and we are sure that the Starke and Hampton Bargain price.W. them are bankers, merchants, lawyers, doctors, A

;; Saturday. president of Columbia College, will work he turns out will please our R. Mealey. Starke, P. 0. Jan.233t planters and men in all lines who know values and

," Mrs. J. W. Jackson, of Orlando, is I I preach at the Baptist church next patrons. Mr. Hall comes here with realize the advantage of buying direct.
the recommendations
very highest as FOR -SALE 100 bushels
\, visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott Sunday, morning and evening. and During the past winter automobile month secured '
a gentleman a printer. Hall seed potatoes, 50 cents per bushel we
; this week. American wire fencing 24, 34, 46, G. M. Bennett, Starke Fla. some excellent deals from the factories and now offer our .
suitcases from 68 inches. Hull's Department Store. Rev. A. W. Elliot, of Atlanta Ga., 1-23-2t. purchases at the following prices: 1
:c- Complete line of author of "The Cause of the Social Among our tires are Diamond, Goodyear, Quaker Nassau K
x" $1 to $15, at Dover's Stationery l-16-2t Stors. Rev. Woodward, state evangelist of Evil and the Remedy," was in Starke Empire, Fisk and others of equal quality ,

: I the Christian church, preached to a Monday to promote the sale of the All Tires Guaranteed Fully Note These Prices Carefully''
of the Watery large atod appreciative audience at book in this section. The book has .
Mr. J. E. J. Wainright, ," WANTEDSeed
, oak section, was in Starke o nbusi- ; the Christian church Monday night. the highest endorsement of press and TUBES '
pulpit in the State of Georgia and SIZE TIRE GREY RED RELINER
Sweet PotatoesI
: ness Saturday. Mr. Ed. Burnsed and his mother
28x3 1
$ 7.20 1.65
was inspired by the personal experience 1.90Z20 1.35 I
Rev. C. M. Brittain, of Lake City, rJnd sister moved Wednesday from of the author during his six want to buy 500 bushels of 3Ox3 30x3 1.2 10.80 7.80 1.95 1.40 ,y t
I! homestead to the 2.80 3.10 1.90
' occupied the pulpit at the Baptist i I! Hemmingway West years of work among the unfortunatewomen pure Nancy Hall and Triumph 31x3 1-2 11.00 2.90 3.20 Lys I If
William Edwards on
. church Sunday. of city slums. An annuonce- Seed Sweet Potatoes. I will 32x31234x3 11.90 2.95 3.25 2.00 1 '
I Call street ment of the liberal offer of the pub- pay spot,cash for them and fur- 1-2 12.40 3.00 3.30 2.05 I l
Mr. J. R. Davis and family have returned 30x4 13.10 3.10 3.40
; lishers of the book another nish bags. Write me how many 2.30 III
week Mr. T. D. Proctor, of Jacksonville, appears on 31x4 13.45 3.20 3.60
to town after spending a 2.35
i who now holds a responsible position page of this paper. you can furnish. Address 33x433x4 13.70 335 380' .2: 40
at Kingsley1ake.
I 14.80 r
; with the Jacksonville Electric Co., H. LIGHTFOOT 34x435x4 3.50 8.90 2.45
On Mrs. B. T. entertained 16.80 3.60
Monday Rape 4.00
Lard Cans. DeWitt C. Jones. was in Starke Monday, shaking hands the stewards and official mem- Eustis Fla. 17.25 8.75 4 20 2.70 2.60 j''

. -; Katherine Kuhl visited her with his many friends. 86x434x4 17.85 3.90 425 '''
.a : Miss bers of the Methodist church at dinnerin 1-2 18.00 4.80 2.80

t cousins, Mr. and Mrs. P. I. Cornell, Mrs. John H. Baisden, of Whittier, honor of Rev. Rape's 51st birthday. 85x4 1-2 18.75 4.85 5.10 5.20 3.40

t} i at Ocala Sunday. visited reltives nd friends in Starke Besides offering their hearty congratulations 36x41237x4 19.45 4.90 5.30 8.60 845 V
1-2 21.50
'r:': ';. Mr. J. H. Scarborough, of Lake from Saturday until Monday. Mr. the board of stewards presented 86x5 2300 5.10 5.80 5.40 6.20 8.70 4''
seat Baisdan says his section of the East Mr. Rape with a purse of money. 87x5 24.00 5.90 4.00
;: ,Butler, was in the county on I 6.35 4.20
business Saturday. Coast is in a prosperous condition. The invited guests were Messrs. E. S. We can famish all other sizes non-skid 10
... Matthews, J. W. White, L. C. Ray i per cent higher. '
,:: Rev. W. F. Malphurs filled his Painted flower stands, 15c and 25e. D. E. Knight, T. D. Gunter and F. A. GALVANIZED WELLCURBINGis Our supplies, they of these tires clean u limited, 10 we advise early ordering. Remember : '

E y regular appointment at the Kingsley Quigley Lumber and Supply Co. 9-lt Scott. Rev. Rape has been here but'a inexpensive and keeps the water grade good that are will new,give beat, fresh Mrrice., fully guaranteed good All high

: Lake church Sunday. Mrs. C. S. Groves and her mother, short time, but his earnestness and clean and healthful Light and easy TERMS 5 per ee..' r'uci.t ii full amount accompanies order. C. O. D.
to handle.
t zeal have for him Warranted to give satis upon receipt of 10 per cent of coat Prompt P
as a pastor won ihipmenU.
Nothing will be offered for sale by Mrs. Gallagher, of Savannah, Ga., are faction. Call or write, ed if unable to fill order. Send u* trial order Money return- t
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Livingston. the approval of his! congregation and now.
28th. visiting -
the respect of the public and an increased CO. Dayton Ohio
. ; Don't miss the bargains in millinery.Mrs. They were accompanied here by ,

B. .B. Hopson. Mr. Groves, who returned to Savannah attendance at all the church -.- .J.. 90.$4
Sunday. services has been the result. .J'

Mrs. A. F. Phillips returned to her
'f ,home in Gainesville Sunday after Messrs.:W. S. Long, Jr., of Gaines Miss Doralee Aitcheson, of Laurel,

i spending a week here. ville, and E. L. Padgett and Fay Md., who was employed here a few -. ...o:-

Kennan, of Jacksonville, were storm years ago in the Lane millinery es SEABOARD TIME TABLE. -- t"r

Sheriff King, of Clay county, spent bound here Sunday while motoringto tablishment, has disproved the I old On and after Sunday, January 4,

h r> Wednesday night in Starke with Jacksonville and compelled to re- theory that woman cannot originateor 1914, trains will run as follows: A GOOD BUSINESS PROPOSITION FOR NEW YEAR

3 Sheriff S. B. Renmark. main all night. invent anything. Miss Aitchesonhas No. 3, Jacksonville to Tampa, due :

invented and patented the Aitche at Starke 11:02 a. m. The Raiford Grocery Co. is i
: Rev. B. T. Rape was in Gainesville Mr. J. Hampton Jones came down now opened
Work-Holder No. 1 Jacksonville
son Millinery devicewhich ,
a to duet
Tampa, F
in'the interest of the Preach- up and wants to submit the
Tuesday from Jacksonville early this week to fastens to the floor and comes Starke, 11:14 p.m. following prices .,

ers' Relief Board work. register. Mr. Jones says all the in- up over the trimmer's lap. It maybe No. 15, Jacksonville to Cedar Key, to the general public: -

1.Arneriean Wire Fence. DeWitt C. terest he is taking in politics this adjusted to hold a hat of any sizeor due at Starke 3:10 p.m. '

; Jones. year is to help his friends who are shape firmly, thus enabling the No. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville, due We have just received a car of Nellie King ,

t in politics.Mr. trimmer to use both hands and the at Starke, 2:37 p.m. flour. Every barrel of this flour is guaranteed and

a Mr. R. H. Kuhl, of Lawrencevillc, Dan Sasser, distiller at the materials used may rest safely in No. 2, Tampa to Jacksonville, due if not perfectly satisfactory money refunded. It is P, :

: Pa., is visiting his uncle, Mr. W. B. Powell turpentine still, has been out her lap. The hat will revolve as the at Starke, 4:54 a.m. made out of soft winter wheat and is just from the

Kuhl, at the City Hotel. trimmer wishes and may be turned in I No. 14, Cedar Key to Jacksonville, mills and has the good flavor
of commission for a week or more on that flour used '
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Gatlyin and son, account of a nail wound in his hand, any position, upside down or other due at Starke 7:45 a.m. to have wfyen the mills made only the
wise. Another feature of the deviceis Starke and Wannee Brach. pure wheat
'. of Brooker, were guests of Rev. and but he expects to be able to report into flour.
its for No. 101 leaves Starke 5:45
use draping mourning veils. a.m.
:Mrs. W. F. Malphurs Sunday. for duty in a few days.
The work-holder may be adjusted to No. 104 arrives at Starke 2:30 p.m. Price...--__. -----------------------.$5.50 per Barrel

t- State Attorney A. V. Lang was in Messrs. C. J. Bishoff and T. Tony stand erect, thus forming a stand, Seaboard Limited Trains 9 and 10 No. Timothy Hay -=.----___... .___ 1.60 160 '

; Gainesville this week attending a and their families, of Jacksonville, holding the hat firmly and revolvingas No. 9, Jacksonville to Tampa, due Corn ----..---.--'---.---.___.-_ __.. 1.70 Sack
*'-' ,special term of the circuit court., are occupying rooms at the home of the trimmer wishes while the veil at Starke 12:51 p.m. Best White Clip Oats_____________. 1.80" 4

. y Mrs. Elizabeth Johns. These menhave is being draped. No. 10, Tampa to Jacksonville, due Wheat Bran, right from mills.____. 1.75" "

Mrs. J. N. Langford and son, Neal, the brick work contract on the at Starke 6:10 p.m. 20 Pounds Sugar_________--________. 100

: .and' Mrs. N. .C. Wainright, of the the new Bradford County Bank'build Capt. Sams has a valuable deer dog T. J. GRIFFIN, Agent 14 2-pound cans Tomatoes__..____ 1.00
Tues .
in town
:: Wateroaksection, were ing. 6 Pounds Good Green Coffee___ 1.00 t
and when the is
Captain not fortunateenough .
- v 'ids 1.i 14 Cans Van Camp Milk.______-__. 1.00 Ph
Mr. L. V. Moore presented the to get a shot the dog chasesthe J
BUSINESS GROWING. 100 Bushels Seed Peanuts__________. 1.25
C. Jones. with deer until he catches it. This per
large specimen
Sausage Mill. DeWitt Telegraph Monday a happened
About three 25 Pounds Rice... __Un_______ 1.00
Messrs. A.
in the woods west of years ago
R Messrs. W. Lake and W. G.'Brooks i of the fine crop of purple top town recently P. Hoffman and G. L. Massey formed 10 Cans Peaches.._________,______ 1.00
as the dog caught unwounded
turnips heis growing ctn his up-to- an -
of the Masonic : 24 Lbs. Diamond Self Rising Flour.
;attended the meeting the Starke Cigar Co. and began .75
deer in manufacturing
" last date truck farm near town, which the open pine woods recently V V :
;;Grand Lodge in Jacksonville : was as large as the average size ruta and killed it. Captain accountsfor the famous "A. P. H"" another d We will make all other groceries in

week. I the extraordinary feat of the dogin brands of cigars. At first Mr. pro
portion.We. a
, .,., Look out for the announcement of, baga.Mr. that the deer had been chased by Massey did all.the work himself, but i
".?" >the entertainment to be given by th Rufus Caraway, who has been some other/ dog until it had becomeexhausted the sole ownerofentthe sell everything one dollar packages
in the J. T. Reaves market
a f Ladies' Musical on Friday, February and before it had times to business has increased so much up. A part of everybody's business
: .t / for several years, has returned to hi rest his dog struck the trail and took I that Mr. Massey, who is at present : so-

-fr 13th..Mrs. hold home at Madison for thepresent, up the chase and caught it. Anyway I the sole ownor of the factory, em- I licited.

.. E. B. Freeman and children, at least He received atelegramlast they got the deer and it was a fine plays esven, men andthedailyoutputploys 3,.li
? v' ,.of Henderson, N. C., are here visit- Friday announcing the death of one.-New Smyrna Breeze. seven men and the daily outputof ILOD. A. L. CREWS, Manager

c t ;ifag her parents, Mr. and Mrs- J. L. his father from heart trouble and left the plant is more than 2,000 cigars : iiV
v for Madison. $1.50 .
.Warren. ? immediately _. Telegraph, year. daily. .
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south Alabama during parliament only OD\ Burns,Old Sores Stings of Ins fs'-"
tro-llungarum :
in ,
tame i tnel I with this crop
rra..... mgiiiyr-i vs. my uear. and the English: breeds are Dorkings: I
tor, not only direct, but reflected, (triumphantly)-Oh. well you aren't : Orpingtons and Redcaps. For farm I the year. y '.-Load"a MaiL Etc. Antiseptic Anodf1e,used in.1 .r

=' by the middle of June, near the I cos papa says you sprung from noth .1 :erna11y and xtel 1y. Price 25c. t
fli there Ing.-London Punch. ,
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.M tT Sale ef School Bond. Notice is -to all concerned that HUSBAND
we( hereby given
! ,' Iff 1 TAMPA noon Hereby of Monday notice the is 9th given day that of February on or before 1914. six month after date hereof I will present A Resident of Starke Shows the V

I at the office of F. G. Schell superintendent my final returns as administrator of the estate Way. DESPAIRING WIF
late of Bradford
of Sallie S. Chester
of publie for Bradford County in .
i Starke. Florida.instruct-on the undersigned will receive county, Florida deceased. and apply to the
ft:1J: 2J -Z2 2J"2 ,1Yr, bids for the purchase of school bonds to be County Judge of Bradford County, Floridafor There's is one effective way to re- "' ..- ,'
Ueued by special tax school district numbered my final discharge.
Twenty-two of Bradford County. J. D. BAXTER. lieve kidney backache. 4
the sura of $8.000.00. said bonds to be dat- Administrator of the Estate of Sallie S.Chesser. After FOOT Years of Disctoragiag
" ed January 1. 1914. payable to bearer thirty decc&I>ed. Liniment and plasters may relieveit
yean after the date thereof with interest at Jan .26m.MASTER'S Conditions, Mrs. Ballotk Cave
I the rate of 6 per cnt pr annum payable semiannually ; Hosb&nd
on the first day of .January and Up in ,Despair.
SALE But they seldom reach the cause. '
July of each year. Rescue. ,
r Each bidder for the whole or any part of kid- Cane to ,
i' such bonds will be required to deposit with Notice u hereby given that under and by Backache is cause to suspect the i "
his bid in cash or by certified check payableto virtue of that certain final decree of foreclosure I f -
the order of the Board of Public Instruction made and rendered the 3rd day of .neys. I Catrom Ky.-In an Interesting letter .

.. of the for total Bradford amount County of any Florida.such bid 6 to per secure cent December. A. D. 1913. by the Judicial judge Circuitof of the Doan's Kidney Pills are for disordered -I from lull place, Mre. Bettie Bullock
of the Eighth
compliance with the Public terms Instruction of said bid.for the Circuit Florida Court in and for Bradford County, kidneys. writes as follows : "I suffered for four -;;
Board of
The Florida, in chancery sitting, in favor of The Starke back them troubles and during t
I .. County of Bradford. State of Florida. people up. years, with womanly ,

BY L. W. KICKLITER Chairman. First ration National under the Bank laws of of Gainesville the United a corpo-States Read a case of it, this tirne.M could only sit up for a little

Jan 9-5tt and having its place of business in the City Mrs J. L. Warren, Stark, Fla. while, ard could not walk anywhere at

NOTICE TO CONTRACTORSSealed of Gainesville, and against Alachua M.County.I. Hatcher Florida his wife.complainant says: "I suffered almost constantly all. Attires, I would have severe painsIn

bids will be received by the Brad- of J. W. Hatcher, bankrupt. the undersign- from backache and pains through my. my left side. .
ford County School Board at Starke. Fla. until signed will offer for sale during the legal .
12 o'clock noon. Feb 9th 1914. for the erec- hours of sale on ; loins. I rested poorly and when I got The doctor was called in, and his treatment .

I'i.j __ ti.nand completion of a two story brick MONDAY the 2, DAY OF FEBRUARY. 1914 up in the morning, I was so lame and relieved me for a while, but I was ;
school house to be erected at Starke Fla. in
-- L r4L accordance with the plans and specificat'onsas to the highest and best bidder for cash' the sore thatl could hardly get about. soon confined to my bed again. After
and furnished by Talley & Summer following describel property, to-wit:
lL prepared seemed to do me any good
Architects. Jacksonville. Fla. Block 18. according to the additional survey When I read about Doan's Kidney lhat, nothing

Each bidder must accompany his bid witha by J. W. Patten, of the town Hatcher of Worthington street Pills, I procured a box from the Stark I had goten so weak I could not stand
bounded south by
& certified check for 2 per cent of the amountof Springs
: the bid. made payable to the County School east by First stpeet north by First Avenue Drug Co., (now Mitchell's Drug and I gave up in despair.At .

.. Board. aa an evidence of good faith that indemnity he 2 and of west block by 10 main of the street J. ;W.and Patten also LoU survey 1 and of Store,) and since I used them, Ihavn't last,!my husband got me a bottle oi
awarded the contract execute an
will of Worthington Springs, in woman's tonic and I commenced .
the said tow Cardui the
: bond in the sum of 50 per cent of had any cause for complaint. ,
/n the contract price for the faithful performanceof Bralford County Florila. J. E. FUTCH ; and I taking it From the very first
My health is greatly improved,
is lisenc-
in that .
the contract. a company
Jan. 2-5t Special Master. could tell it was helping me. I
e ed by the State of Florida and acceptable to am free from distressing symptoms dose, I
the County Board. Bids are to be addressedto I can now walk two miles without its
L. W. Kickliter chairman, and marked LEGAL NOTICE of kidney trouble that bothered me "
\ Bd: on School House. so much. You are welcome to continue tiring me, and am doing my work.
\ Plans and specifications may be obtained Under and by virtue of an order made by If you are an run down from womanly
from the architects office No. 315 St. James the Hon. Geo. A. Gardiner Judge of the Probate using my name. in TryCarduithewoman'StOIliC.
troubles don't give up despair.
; $25.09 Building.with Jacksonville the architects., Fla.If plans by depositing are spec- Court of Bradford County Florida, on I Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't It has helped j

I ifications are returned in good condition ac- THE 18TH DAY OF DECEMBER 1913 simply ask for a kidney remedy-get more than a million women, in its 50 .
.. companitd with a bona fide bid, the deposit I well sell at public outcry to the highest the that years of wonderful success, and should
will be returned otherwise the deposit will and best bidder for cash the following described Doan's Kidney Pills- same too. Your druggist has
Il t be kept by the architects as expense incurred real estate belonging to the estate of Mrs. Warren had FosterMilburnCo. surely help you,
sold Cardui for He knows what sit
for furnishing the drawing. G. W. Jennings deceased to-wit: Lot 41 in years.
crA The School Board reserves the right to reject Woodlawn, section, 31 township 5 range 22 ., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. will do. Ask him. He will recommend 4
any ro all bids. containing 10 acres more or less. Said real AdvertisementCOFFINS it Begin taking Cardui today. ,1
: I LL4 YFEEK The Board of Public Instruction for Brad- estate to be sold in front of the court bouse (
ford County, Florida. door in Starke. Florida on Write to: ChatUnoora Medicine Co. Ufict1 t
BY L. W. KICKLITER. Tenn.. for
Chairman MONDAY THE 2, DAY OF FEBRUARY 1914 Advisory [:ept.. Chattanooga. Spend
Jan 9-5t
Jtutructior on your cast and 64-page book How |
the same being a legal sale day, purchaser to reatnient film Woman,"sent la plain wrapper. Ett 4,f
"" pay for title. This the 18th day of December. I .
ORDER OF 1913. CASKETS il With a $150,000 crop of citrus fruits,*
In the Circuit Court 8th Judicial Circuit, W. E. DAVIS ,

mittee seen fit to cheapen their "Fies Bradford County, Florida Administrator. And a Full Line of I equally ;as much for her vegetable!

Bradford County Bank. a Corporation.VS crop vry year, millions of newt
'fESTIVAL RUN ta but this they have not done. Nota Undertakers' Supplies I

concession has been sold, though W. J. Billman Company a corporation. rt. al money cjoming into the state for in.I

much cash could have been secured in Bill to Snore Cloud and Quiet Title SHERIFF'S SALE Always on hand. The belt service vestment, her farms producing boun&f.

this way. To All Whoa it May Concern. Greeting: at the lowest price Special ful crojA her varied industries increasing |:
The committee was determined that It appearing by the sworn bill of complaintin Notice Is hereby given that I. S. B. Den. -
r ON HIGH PLANE none but the highest grade of enter- the above entitled cause that there described are per in mark. Sheriff of Bradford County Florida I attention to Telegraph Orderi. all the timo her greatest f;
interested in the property
sons under and by virtue of a certain writ of execution tourist Florida has !
tainment should
be offered their guests the said bill of complaint and involved in season on, a pros-1
issued out of and under the seal of
and the "bally-hoo" artists who have this sujt other than the known defendants the Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit Registered Embalmer perity oh she has never had beforejf
GASPARILLA tried to, get in have been told there and that the names and residences of such of Florida. in and for Bradford county ,
IN TAMPA TO persons are unknown to the complaint and This, toy, is simply th ebeginning jan |
entered in said
was nothing doing. certain judgment duly
FURNISH FUN. relief is prayed against upon a
that in the said bill :
As an Illustration of the high orderof such unknown persons; Circuit Court in and for Bradford county DeWlTT C. JONES era qf prosperity and growth forj

I Character of the Carnival the names of the committee Therefore it is ordered that all parties Florida on Successor to G. C Livingston & Co. the entiie stato that will attract the *
Men Who Are Back of claiming an interest in the property herein- THE 3, DAY OF NOVEMBER. A. D. 1913 I
are guarantee enough. W. C.
the Plan Indicates High Quality Temple is chairman of the Carnival after deserted. or any part thereof under in a certain cause therein pending, wherein Starke, Fla. [I attention of the people throughoutthe 4Rheumatism
: of the Entertainment G. W. P.obonson, deceased late of Alachua the Rock Hill Buggy Company, a corporation, L whote country.-Volusia County4
Association C. A. vice -
; McKay president County Florida, or under Fred M. Lewis orotherwi is plaintiff and J. H. Scarborough is defendant I -
SPECIAL RATES TO ; J. A. Griffin, treasurer, and L. e. and all parties claiming an interest which said judgment was duly recordedand Record. : .,..
TAMPA. hereinafter described or
D. Reagin secretary. : in the property entered on _
and being in the
lying I
Executive committee is as follows: any County part of Bradford. State of Florida to-wit: THE 3. DAY OF NOVEMBER, A. D. 1913. ;1'j

Back of the great Gasparilla festival, W. c. TEMPLE. Chairman. NVi, except 15 acres on East side of S. in minute or judgment book No. 2, page 104 -T-----
'which Tampa Is giving on C. A. McKAY. Vice-Chairman. of Section 1 N. except the i
February A. L. Ry in NE% : will offer for sale, and sell for cash to
21 to 24, as Its contribution to the ifc J. A.D G1UFFI.V. Treasurer. EC of NE% of NW% and WU of NWVJ of highest and best bidder thereof and thereforat '
REAGIN Secretary, I
gaiety of life in South Florida, this CLYDE GLENN NE'/i. of Section2; NVa of NW>4 and NW'4 a certain place where leveid upon in the
-, of NEU of Section 12 ; NV. of Lot 12. and City of Lake Butler, Bradford county. Florida -
iwlnter the T. D. FISHER.T. .
I are lodges social, fraternal H. ATKINSON all of LoU 22. 23, 24, 27. 30. 31, 32, 33. 35. onMONDAY Brood Poison
and business organizations of J. T MAHONEY, 36. 37, 38 of Section 14 ; Lot 34 of Section 15
the city. ,The Merchants' Association J. J. DOWSES all in Township 5 South Range 22 East, do THE 2. DAY OF FEBRUARY A. Scrofula! Malaria
conceived the idea, Its "Boosters" J. FRED DeUERBY appear to said bill of complaint on or before D. 1914 between the legal hours of sale 4
; '. committee first bringing it before the JOAQUIN LOPEZ. the 6th day of April 1JM the same beinga the wares merchandise tools etc., levied under P P P
FRED WOLF. rule day of this Court; and that this orderbe a certain execution and described in the S&n DiseaseBeccuseitPurifies J
merchants. The plan was a bit too As chairmen of the other commit published once a week for 12 consecutive return of the Sheriff thereon.
i large for one organization to take up tees the following may be named. weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph, a The said above described property being levied -

-t.of, Alone and a mass meeting was called, Their names alone are a guarantee weekly newspaper of, general Florida.WITNESS circulation in upon and sold as the property of the de -f
delegates said Bradford County fendant. J. H. Scarborough. to satisfy and I
Jbelng invited
to attend from
of the high grade of the proposed car. the Honorable J. T. Wills. the Blood
every pay said execution and costs. '
organization in the
city. nival. Judge of the said Circuit Court and also my jJ
;_ THIS 2. DAY OF JANUARY A. D. 1914.S. '
The result waa tremendous. It was FINANCE A. Griffin. ofTeial signature as well as the seal of this B. DENMARK. READ WHAT NOTED ROPLB SAT
the this the 31st day of December 1913, at OJ'J
best outpouring of the men whoAl' FLOATS-A. L. Allen. Court. Sheriff of Bradford County'Florida.

"do things" that Tampa has seen in PUBLICITY STREET CARNIVAL. D. Reagin.U Reed. Stark, Florida. W. T. WEEKS A. V. LONG, Plaintiff's Attorney.Jan LIPPMAN'S GREAT REMEDY-P. P. P. 41
f many a day. The idea had caught on BALL-Edgar Struss. Clerk Circuit Court 25tSHERIFF'S Dr AUdrtdge Regency Texas writes: Rabbi Bdlomoa, of the Savannah Coarregation. 4\\
I at sight. PARADE-H. Jones.ENTERTA1NMENTW.. By R. A. Weeks. D. C. -It is the leading blood purifier." .writes: **Had seven attacks of
.1. A steering committee was named G. Brorein A. V. LONG AND J. E. FUTCH Dr.Wbitekead. Mefcalf,Ga..prescribes Malarial fever lasting from a week to ten
INFORMATION. BUREAU-P. W. Dris- 1-9-131 Solicitors for Complainant it, and with P. P.P.completely cured J. days. I took your medicine. a forlorn '
hustled about a bit to formulate a colL SALE H. Davidson. who had suffered fifteen hope, but now confess that P.1'.1'. was :,"t.
1 plan of action. It called another meeting AUTOMOBILES G. Anderson. Jr. yean with blood poison and sores. a real benefit." 1

I of the delegates from the organizations ILLUMINATION-H.MOTORCYCLES-Harry E. Lee.Snow. ORDER OF PUBLICATION Notice Is hereby given that I, S. B. Den IT WILL HELP YOU, TOO-AT ALL DRUCCISTS-I.OO I ;;
of the city. William Chase Temple DECORATION-R. M. Prince.MARSHALINCHIEF In the Circuit Court. 8th Judicial Circuit, mark Sheriff! of Bradford County, Florida
was named as chairman of the Carnival -T. M. Wier. Bradford County Florida. ander and by virtue of that certain writ of F. V. LIPPMAN SAVANNAH GEORGIA

; Committee; C. A. McKay vice FIREWORKS T. Conrath. Edward. W. Manley execution., issued out of and under the seal $
chairman; J. A. Griffin treasurer I WATER CARNIVAL W. Greene. VS. of court of the County Judge, in and for .. .. &
: ana PUBLIC SAFETY-S. T. Woodward. W. J. Hillnan Company et. at Bradford County, Florida against J. H. y,
L. D. Reagin secretary chairmen of GAME M. Carat allo. ;
; HUMAN CHESS Bill to Rmove Cloud and Quid Title I Scarborough and in favor of Cottrell Saddle -
: --. ---
E subsidiary committees were named and BATTLESHIPS-S. M. Sparkman; E. W. To All Whom it May Concern. Greeting: !') Company. a corporation and dated -- -- ;{
the work of reducing the plan to cold, RAILROAD Monrose.RATES-James Vice-Chairman. F. Taylor. It appearing by the sworn bill of complaintin I December 23. A. D. 1913. will offer for sale
and sell to the highest and best bidder there 'I- I
J' hard facts began. MUSIC-Julius Maas. the above entitled cause that there are per- .1
for for cash in the City of Lake Butler at
interested in the property described in
It has been a tremendous Job, forII YE MYSTIC KREWE-J. T. Mahoney. sons
MILITARY AFFAIRS-M. Henry Cohen. the said bill of complaint and involved in a certain place where levied upon, to-wit : 'j
It is no light task to whip such an COSTUMES-Jno. F. Q. Smith. this suit other than the known defendants the place of business of the said J. H. Scar-, JOHNSON &
undertaking into shape. It has been HOMING PIGEON CONTEST IL and that the names and residences of such borough. in the County of Bradford and the ANDERSON .2
;done; however, and one of the best I I Wendler. persona are unknown to the complainant. and State of Florida, on ,
festival ever held in the South la LABOR ORGANIZATIONS. V. GraI that in the said bill[ .relief u prayed against MONDAY. FEBRUARY 2ND A. D. 1914 AUTOMOBILE -
:' going to be the results I I ham. such unknown persona : the same being a legal sale day of said court, LIVERY SERVICE ,
MARCHING-Herman Regener. Therefore it is ordered that all parties during the legal hours of sale on said day.
w Special rates to Tampa will be in er- I RECEPTION-F. C. Bowyer. claiming an interest in the property herein- the following roods, wares and merchandise, STARKE
-;, : Ifect for this occasion, not only trom ;I I ALL LADIES' ORGANIZATIONS after described or any part thereof. under to-wit: 8 sets Thimble Skein Points, 69 sets FLORIDA
;! ;Florida points, but from all points in I I R. A.Z'or G. W. Robinson deceased late o fAlachua of Hone Shoes 1, lot of Buggy and Wagon ;; J
Saturday Afternoon Program. County Florida. or otherwise; and all par- Spoke. one lot of Buggy and Wagon Shafts.
t 4 the United States and Canada. I SCHOOLS Marshall Moore. ties claiming an interest in the property here- and one lot of paint, levied upon under said RATES FOR ROAD TRIPS
Embraces South Florida. I I inafter described or any part thereof, lying execution and described in the Sheriff's return :

'* I Realising from the start that the to-wit: thereon. Hampton one
$1.50 round
The South half of Sections one and two The said above described property being lev- passenger trip$2; two passengers .
too wide to make it
( idea was an exclusively MYSTIC in the County of Bradford, State of led upon and offered for sale as the proprety $2, round trip $3. Lawtey and Sampson City same rates as
Tampa affair, the plan has YE KREW of said J. H.
ti Townshrip 5 South Range 22 East do appear Scarborough to satisfy and pay
been right along to have it embrace all to the said bill of complaint on or before said execution and costs. Hampton. Raiford one passenger $3, rcund trip $4; two pas j

Lt of South Florida. There are thousands the 6th day of April 1914 the same being This the 1st day. of January A. D. 1914.S. sengers $4, round trip $5. Lake Butler one $3.50 ,
rule of this Court and that this B. DENMARK. passenger ,
r d visitors from other and less favored a ;
order be published once a week for 12 con- Sheriff of Bradford County. Florida round trip $4.50; two passengers $4.50, round trip $6. All other
(climes In our cities during the winter, Of PIRATES BOLD secutive yeeka in the Bradford County Telegraph JOE HILL WILLIAMS points at proportionate
and it was planned to give these people a weekly newspaper of general circulation Plaintiff's Attorney.IN rates. Special rates to parties. Cars
comprehensive a view of the I I in the said Bradford County Flor- handled by careful drivers. : .j

advantages of South Florida as pos ida.WITNESS CIRCUIT COURT, 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT -
sible. With this end in view clUes, Careful Attention
Judge of said Circuit Court. and my J. JOHNSONVS to Repair
counties, boards of trade and other organizations HARDEE. official signature as well as the seal of this Workj
through the Citrus Belt Court this the 31 day of December, 1913. at CHARLOTT JOHNSON

bave been invited to take part in this Modeled on Knights of Comut of New Starke. ,Florida. W. T. WEEKS: BILL Divorce FOR'

affair. Right nobly have they respond Orleans Mardi Gras Fame. Clerk Circuit Court NOTICE TO APPEARThe ,
ed and Tampa can rely not only on By R. A. Weeks D. C. State of FloridaTo
tfteir moral,backing, but on their more Have Great Times A. V. LONG AND J. E. FUTCH Charlott Johnson Greeting
Another will 1-9-131 Solicitors for Complainant I It having been shown by affidavit that the
practical support. year .. Defendant Charlott Johnson non-resident of
eee them ever more enthusiastically I Ye Mystic Krewe of Gasparilla, the the State of Florida and that the residenceof
lined up behind this great festival, for Tampa organization that has lent its NOTICE OF SALE OF BONDS said Defendant is at Guyser- Goergia and *" "

I It is destined to develop great power I,i name to the greatest festival and pa Sale of School Bonds that said. Defendant is over age of twentyone .

. : as aa advertising feature, and the geant of which it remains the central years.It is therefore
Hereby notice Is given that on or beforeno ordered. considered and adjudged When
z shrewd _heads who have built up the part, dates back to 1904. It was or- onof Monday the 9th day of February,1914at that the said Defendant Charlott You Want
Citrus Belt will not be slow to realize ganized in that year by George HarI the office of F. G. Sshell superintendentof Johnson do appear to the Complainant's Bill ,
I I dee, a government public instruction for Bradford County, of Complaint herein on er before the ,
that fac employe, then fresh
in Starke, Florida the undersigned will receive .
g, : The festival committee is strictly a from New Orleans and the remembrance bids for the purchase of school bondsto in default whereof a decree pro confesso will
e ro- lierative organization. There Is of its Mardi Gras. His idea be issued by special tax school district be entered against the said Charlott Johnson A

pot a cent of returns for any of the I was for a pageant, participated in by numbered Twenty-five of Bradford County, published It is furthsr in the ordered Bradford that this notice be Horse A Mule
County Telegrapha
work they are doing the men of the Florida in the sum of 11000.00; saidb ondsto I'A
members in the I I young city, which be dated January 1, 1914. payable to bearer newspaper published at Starke in Bradford
for the success of the big affair.: It would be an enjoyable occasion on the thirty years after the date thereof with County Florida, once each week for 'four con- \ ..

t\ '. Is all done for "the good of the or. I Ik one hand for themselves, and on the intreest att he rate of 6 per cent per annum, secutive IN WITNESS weeks. WHEREOF

):..1 !Ider," and is a fine illustration of the other hand for the public generally. payable semiannually! on the first day of Jan my hand and affixed the I seal have of hereuntoset our Circuit Buggy A
; two&ting ability of Tampans when they Ye Mystic Krewe Has Grown. uary and July of each year. Court on this the 31st day of December \\agon
r Each bidder for the whole or any part of
'c really get their minds set on doing a I i It is his idea, grown and embellish- such bonds will be required to deposit with A. D. 1913.

', big thing. I I ed, that has brought out the Gaspa- his bid in cash or by certified Chech payableto W. T. WEEKS.Clerk.. ..

1\ The expense-and it is likely to run I I rilla festival of four days' duration. the order of the Board of Public Instruction By R. A. WEEKS. D. C.
//OOO-is met by voluntary Just as the band of buccaneers for Bradford County Florida. 5p er cent 1-2-61.
dose to $;) Ye of the total amount of any such bid to secure A Set of
:." BQbBcriptions with gifts from the city Mystic Krewe, has grown from about compliance with the terms of said bid. Harness
\ ', ,and county. Half the expense could thirty to one hundred, with an honor The Board of Public Instruction for the
W"' have been met bad the festival com- guard of an hundred more, so has the County of Bradford State of Florida. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. 4.

fete grown from a one-day affair on BY L. W. KICKLITER. Notice is hereby given that all persons interested -
is the flower peculiarly Washington's birthday to a carnival of Jan 9-5t Chairman. in the estate of M. V. Blacknelder. Come
month. deceased that we. M. A. and J. J. Blackwel- to See Us J54
.appropriate to this nearly a week. This year is the first der. administrators of said estate. will thirty
Float that the Gasparilla celebration will occupy Many Big Suns. days after date of the first publication of this
month of .
r'e r'ehr'santht'mum I DECEMBER-it Is is the fitting that Pros- more than a single day, it will According to an English astronomer notice apply to the Honorable Geo. A. Gardiner We

'/HHt nerity.year, Success: and and Contentment should be held February 2124. in South Africa, there are 300 stars ida., for County Judge of Bradford County. Flor buy in car lots and give; our cus- it
be the thought typical of the month. Not only are the hundred pirates an order to sell at private sale. for tomers the
.The torquoise is the gem of the month. and the hundred honor 100 times as large as the sun, 5,000 the payments of debts the following described benefit of the lowest prices.
' 4 and the pclnsettla. typical especially of guard planningto ten times as large. and about 200,000of real estate. situated in Bradford County Flor.. )
be used surpass all former performances ida to:wit: .
... ,Florida is the flower to by the size.
,,: : 1 those who would observe the proprieties. but the Gasparilla Carnival Association nearly same SWUi of SEVi and EtJ of SE ". Section 26,
L Township 6, Range 18.
composed of committees from
every -
:t\\ "lmse floats will be followed by floats organization of the city of Tampa Trees In Colombia. M. A. BLACKWELDER, J. W.
the various social industrial. com- is to The republic of Colombia J. J. BLACKWELDER ANDREWS'
'. inercial and fraternal orgrnlzations of working make the first "greater requires Administrators of the estate of & SON
. ;te city and floats from outside towns Gasparifla" an occasion of delight and lumbermen who take cedar and mahogany M. V. Blackwelder deceased. :
l South Florida. Next will come the pleasure for thousands and thousandsof to plant young trees of the Jan. 16. 1914 1-1S-51

1'from' rching nizations bodiea of the from city in the both various historical or- people. South Florida will have a same species in the cut over spares.

,eire costume Then the city de Gasparilla that will truly rival the Mardi For Weakness
end Lou
and next to follow will be a Gras of New Orleans, and will of Appetite
: eral automobile in which there claim prominence among all such a.!. The best way to teach a virtue ia The Old Standard general tfreagtheuiig tonic Starke Florida.A.W
hundred beautifully deco- to TASTELESS chill
.\ f .111 he several fairs. live it-Frothlngham. Malaria TONIC a out ,
ra.ted automobiles. and build up the system A true tome
.. and lUre A PctiKr. For adults and children. We.Vt ,

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use of Peruna to any one similarly with a tramp v then-I fainmlVi Wend In France. "-.- -
afflicted.PeopU.- .,In- turi, Quigley Lumber & Supply -.- -:.. .. ., -
Little Jobnnie J *CwT \ % left rl !' who object to liquid medicine yer, ,.". I ; FLA.

can now obtain Peruna Tablets. .yer right nia London Tatler #' wdng v annually over Company, Starke, Fla. .,

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PRACTICAL TALKSBY the best" : ."I'

"Ha\e everything ready beforehandand .

I THIS: BOOK MAILED TO start your hate-him.: operations ear TR.C. VERY .BG .Yli a1 E0.....+CE..1 I I t
ly in the year," is the! ..lIh.itof the department { t

YOU GOVEiHNo. of agrirultiSe! in connection 1 t ; ;i
I with the raising of chit kens both nat- .
urally and artibrially "A well ventilate

THE CAUSE OF SOCIAL FARM E rH PERiS filar: is tht! best l place to operate

EVIL AND THE REMEDY tilts im"i,tutor. See that the incubator Express f Q

Is running steadily at the desired temperature .
By Rev. A. W. Elliott ,,
t before tolling it with eggs.
We will trust you.' Read this. t. Do not add eggs to a machine during Your.

Y ey K; ,,., Mr.among Elliott unfortunate worked women aux years .II.-Use of Foreign Plants incubation Turn the ejrss twice daily .
r + ;,{ a The book is strange, true and after the se-oud and through the eighteenth ; .
n"l rr R41 '$, very much out of the ordinary. R Selecting Good Breedof I -
A masterpiece of thought and day. Cool the eggs once daily!
,' f research., The Atlanta Georgian Chickens. according to the weather from the sev- Personality
6 1 : a v said: 'It is at once the most intimate
frank and remarkable enth through the eighteenth day. Turn !
Jr3, ;' t document on the subject that i. the eggs before caring for the lamp.

a'r'r ,.y f has editor yet been said published: "It contains:'Another the Keep the lamp and wick clean. Test in clothes that are made P1: ''l I I..

t; ,tr .; a' fairest statement of conditions the eggs on the seventh and fourteenth } t l t
to in the underworld that 1 have Do not the machine after to exact
ai ever seen in print and will bet ,) open your measurements i
vo f a useful to mature minds and to the eighteenth day until the chickensare i

i 4 Rev.students C. J.of White social said problems.: "*ou" hatched. Eggs saved for hatching Get the individual 1I / 'r' ;

<< are setting at the root of the I purposes should not be subjected to !/ F. -tl ii., .
4 matter and God will bless the service of our famous :
high low
4r book and you." A committee or temperatures."The .
{ o' e .of Atlanta's best women said hen is the most valuable incubator Chicago tailors
The book O :
reveals things that
we dreamed for the farmer if she is given
t- never of and should
Y be in the hands of every parent proper care and attention. In cold
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it and is The strangely book has different much Irons mer- i weather place from ten to thirteen .

other books on the subject. The eggs under the ben; in warm weather

I author He tells does you not the tell truth you a in he.a from thirteen to fifteen. Ed. V Price & Co. ,

straight forward manner. i ,:."('. y sC.' .w Yo..W'-.y'R...,...N-, '..:.. .ASAWJ....:....<...."..".".../NPSTM.:......:,.:-..j "Always test the ben on china or ,
The ......\.:.?. :..':. ;: :: ,.. ...".<." / nest eggs before setting. Use insect
price paper bound is i SOcts, Cloth binding $1.00 but r i.: : : ; iJ"'Y'; ":, '::'I
will mail the book on approval to any honest person in the United we :;'::.:{ '! !:::.:.1; /: powder freely to exterminate lice when The cost: is about the same as is asked for f

States who will cut this out and mail to us. Agreeing either to .i.'jtjj1' >'''.. .........:.<..''"''... necessary. February, March and Aprilare j
for the book or return it within 10 days after its receipt After read-pay the best months for hatching. If ready-mades that are cut by machines and lacking -
it if you feel that the volume is worth the price send it to us. Otherwise (Official News Summary of Up to Date several hens are set In-one room it is
return the book. Order to-day. i'i'ing Matters Compiled by the United desirable to confine them in good nests. in distinction of correct fit and individuality. '

:" SOUTHERN RESCUE MISSION Dept A.. P. O. Box 699 States Department of Agriculture.) Straw and hay make good nesting ma- r t

ATLANTA, GA. terial. Style and service spell satisfaction in clothes a
I 'I United States department 1 :
"Broody hens should be moved to the

'... "' .$ THE agriculture agricultural is distributing institutions .: corn permanent is a good sitting feed nest for at night sitting Whole hens. you Bet here See our new woolens and leave I .

". 100,000 foreign plants of miscellaneous -
Water grit and dust baths should also your measure-TODAY. Prices reasonable.Hull's S.
types, among which are tbe ..
I FALSE AND TRUE FLORIDA the midday heat, and from that time Chinese wood oil tree, the Chinese jujube be provided. All eggs should be tested
by the seventh day, which often makesit
seemed to be a loss of and the papaya.
intensity in
possible to reset some of the hens.
\ Wrong Impressions of State Prevail we 'paddled along The Chinese wood oil tree producesone Department Store
throngh the
noon "Toe mark the chickens as soon as '
Throughout North. of the best drying oils known. It
N hours without discomfort. When we they,are hatched. This will enable you
Is stated that the use of this oil has
f We wish could eliminate from
we reached the Gulf coast it was July had effect to tell their ages later. Powder the STARKE FLORIDA'
already a revolutionary on
_; the minds of our northern readers and during that month and August the varnish industry of the United chicks occasionally during the first
their impression to the character of. eight weeks. Chicks should not receive
f as we ranged the whole into -p -
bay States. It has largely taken the placeof
1 ,Florida, her climate and citizens. The and bayou up the slow flowing kauri gum and has nude possiblethe feed until they are thirty-six hours old.A : '

7 impression is best expressed in those streams and out for miles steering manufacture of a quicker drying il jJ'

i' illustrations so common in our old from point to point. It was then you varnish which is less liable to crack WHEN "' ,

.'i school text books and which having were getting your money's worth of than that made from kauri gum. and 0 : "
it has been found of special value in
: been presented to us at tho time in the northern while ARTICLES
summer we were for cement Experiments YOU
waterproof priming
life when our minds were plastic and '
sleeping rolled in 300
up army blankets have shown that the trees .d'THINK
ready to receive impressions which watching for the sharks snakes and can be grow successfully in the Unit- ILLUSTRA : )
would later become fixed and immov- ..
other vermin which never came. And ed States. They are being cultivatednear '
able which accounts for th efailure of down the East Florida Coast to be- Tallahassee, Fla. N f/ "

this state to attract settlers in the low the frost line (to your torrid) The Chinese jujube produces one of ; II fif .
the five principal fruits of China and .1I i
past. ou remember the pictures-low. .
August that hottest of months. But, 1IecbanicsMagazine OF .'
has been cultivated for at least 4.000 'k
swampy: forests, from the branches pshaw!
you won't believe in the -
years. It is highly esteemed in the { .J; '.
branches of the trees or hanging from
telling. The saying that "the proofof Celestial Kingdom and bus hundredsof I I
of vine and Spanish moss. Great the pudding is in chew the varieties The tree is being suc- I UNDERSTAND ri"iA '
,. 1W CREATContioued StOry of the World'* t 1.
serpents depicted crawling along the Fellsmore and to us it looks like the' cessfully grow ut Chico, Cal, and the Progress which you may begin reading INSURANCE ; .

branches of the trees or hangling from Land of Promise. If you think you fruit )has been candied in sirup and interest at any forever.time, and You which are living will hold in the your best t'f

animal life swarming below. Amongthe could get us back north to live just dried Manj{ of the varieties preserv.ed year of the most wonderful age,of what is
doubtless the world
greatest in the universe.
1me al.1II"t! the size shape color
trees winds the stagnant dark A resident of Mars would
try it. That's the. supreme test for and Favor IIf dates gladly pay- THINK
waters's course on tho surface of all home ,
our ties are there all our It l N a fruit delicious! as dates and $1,000 SUBSCRIPT ONtothtsmagazneinordertokrep

which floats a rude dug-out canoe fond memories center in those north- capable u)f being grown hundreds of informed of .

containing a negro whose brutal ern states all our material interests miles! farther uoith than the date palm. our Are progress you reading m Engineering it? Two millions Mechanics.of your OFJACK .t

countenance would suggest the miss- are there to be dragged by the I' Trees grown in Washington were entirely neighbors are, and it is the favorite maga.
in thousands of the best
zine American
ing link. On the surface of tho water rodts and transplanted but uninjured by temperatures 20 homes. It appeals to all classes-old and
every- degrees below zero. Resides its cold young-men and women.
reptiles from shore to
are swimming thing we in the land VERY SICK HEN
goes are of
resistance the jujube has the great The "Shop Kotet" Department (20 page) DAVIS
shore, while half submerged the great corn and wine and will gives easy ways to do things-how to make Itjl
not be driven advantage of being almost immune to In cool weather ten to thirteen chicksare useful articles for home aud shop repairs,etc. >
: saurian is sejn. a terror to youthful out or dragged out. frost In spring because the leaves and sufficient for one hen while in "Amateur Mechanics"(10 pages)tells bow to ( !f<
make Mission furniture wireless ,
r outfits
eyes even though hundreds of miles Now come and soe us down here. flowers appear very late in the season.It warmer weather fifteen to twenty can engines,magic,and all the tilings a boy boats loves' STARKESEEDS '

from the depicted scene. And text Don't think you have to come in the is also a drought resisting plant be cared for successfully. Never hits $1.50 A PER.k your YEAR.Nmndetler SINGLE to ihow COPIES TOO OIK 13 CENTS .
,- confirms the picture..filling the mind winter because it is the only safe There are many wild species on whichit chicks of different ages. Confine the WRITE FOR FREE SAMPLE COPY TODAY ::... S. :

with tho idea of torrid heat and noxy time in the year. Tako your precious can be grafted and which will hen until the chicks are weaned. The POPULAR MECHANICS CO. -T 1 I

; ions vapors rising from decaying life in your hands and come in the grow in semiarid territory. or on alkali coop for hen and clucks should be well ate W.Wuhlugua 11.,CHICAGO .

vegetable and animal life while tor- land' Ventilated easy to clean and of suffi-
summer or other time and I
any we It Is doubtful whether there is nay cient proportions to insure comfort" #iT
rential rains the i
deluge semiamphibious boys of the south (we all fuel like fruit tree in the world that grows as

land a place fatal to health of boys here and age is a scarce article) rapidly as the papaya or that yields in TINY MEN AND WOMEN.Some :. (

the human race and typical of the will herd up the vermin and drive so short a time. There is probably no Common Disease and Treatment.

pre-glacial period. History does not them back into the woods and better known trait tree In the tropics "All diseased birds should be isolat Noted Liliputia/is Who Were .

.: tell of a grosser misrepresentation! you will be safe swampsso than the papaya which is now well ed. states the department of agricul- Exhibited In England.Of POULTRY SUPPLIES ;
; you may even ture in discussing the diseasesso ,
distributed throughout the frostless regions differenj dwarfs exhibited in England the
How different from the reality. Florjda's bring your wifo along for our ladies of the globe. The tree bears a common among chickens and their most celebrated was the Pole Borul- GRAIN HAY ETC 1

.l: death rate is 6.6 per thousand will see that she is protected from delicate, wholesome and delicious fruit remedies. The several diseases and waski. who was born in 1739 and died ,

of population. That tells the .whole our tropical horrors; and, get rid of especially valuable for Invalids and their cures as set forth by the depart- in 1837. At six: he measured seventeen
;. story. The eastern area of the United your old school book ideas of Florida. others with weak digestion. There is ment are: inches and finally. In his thirtieth year, and Vetch i
Rye Garden and
:- States where this misconception of Fellsmere Tribune.CURIOUS. constant demand for good varieties of Colds and Roup.-Disinfect the drink. reached thirty-nine inches. He had a .

Florida is mostly prevalent is 17.8 this fruit in the south. It grows to ing water as follows: To each gallon sister shorter than himself by head Farm Seeds for Fall and Spring ,1

perfection in southern Florida and of water add the amount of potassium and shoulders. Borulwaski traveled all Planting. Headquarters for
in We northern I
summer. are a man, since it has been successfully grafted. permanganate that will remain oa the over Europe and now lies buried at '
:' born in western New York, bred in varieties of standard excellence: can be surface of a dime.Canker.Sprinkle. Durham.In Poultry and Stock Feed and

)- southern Michigan and never lived BITS cultivated. The juice of the fruit furnishes a little: flowers of the year of his death his succes- Poultry Supplies. Write for- '

.;, a summer below Ohio river's latitude the papain of commerce whichIs sulphur in the mouth and throat of the sor, Charles Stratton known to fameas prices and illustrated catalog. .-
OF HISTORYTHE used bird and chlorate of "General Tom Thumb," was born.. .
;ti except one season in New Mexico. extensively as a digestive. put some potashin
-\ the water; also carefully remove the When twenty-five he was thirty-one I I )
surely we are competent to pass judgment inches .

:i from the northern standpoint. ORIGIN OF TAMMANY. Lessons' In Home Canning.To and exudate apply with a 2 the aid cent of warm solution water of In 1&44 high.he appeared in England and ,DARBY & MARTIN ,f:

eliminate waste and save per JACKSONVILLE,. FLORIDA ': '. pfu
Leaving our northern homo in Indiana By A. W. MAC creolin to the diseased tissue. bad an extraordinary success. After :
? encourage greater production to extensive travel in both hemispheres
in May to paddle a canoe into the
The Society of Chicken POL-Apply a touch of iodine
Tammany, or teach labor and time saving in home the "general" again visited England in
southland at the hottest season of Columbian Order was formed and carbolated vaseline to each sore.
canning to arouse greater interest in 1857, but the dwarf man, in,spite of -
r the year our friends were pleased to In New York city In 1789, and efficient and economic home management Gapes.-New ground and vigorous many personal and intellectual qualities -

'.} call us crazy for so venturing. By hat been a power in city, state to teach relation of home man cultivation will often remedy this trou was less attractive than the dwarf -

'\1! the middle of September we had traversed and national politics ever .I c.. agement to farm and business man- ble.Scaly boy. In the year 1863 he married the t

:: 4,000 miles of rivers an dGulf. Its primary object was to off agement and to establish a more direct Leg Apply vaseline containing very minute American Lavlnia War SMOKEA.P.R.
lit the Influence of the Societyof 2 cent of creolin to the affected
60 miles the rivers route for foodstuff from soil to stom- per rem and died In 1883.
a day on even
/ Cincinnati. The latter was parts and after twenty-four hours Other well known dwarfs of the past

:: ,with the current and 25 miles a day formed by the surviving officersof ach.The above are reasons set forth by soak in warm soapy water. Repeattreatment have been:

.- on the still waters of the Gulf and the Revolution, and aa its the department of agriculture In the until cured. Three children of a Scottish shepherd -

bays of the south swinging the largest constitution provided that Its interest of borne canning, and here are Diarrhea In Bens.-Low grade wheat named McKInley, the shortest of

size of paddle, surely means some membership should b. perpetu some of the results as advanced by. flour or middlings is good for this trouble whom was forty-five inches. 't

work. Sleeping on the ground each ated by the eldest sons of members the department: ; also give teaspoonful of castor oil Don Francisco Hidalgo, a Spaniard

night rolled in our blankets on It was regarded by manyas Greater human efficiency through a containing five drops of oil of turpentine twenty-nine inches. CIGARS "
up too aristocratic In Its tendencies. fed to each fowl Jan Hannema, a Dutchman, twenty. I
; and properly body; fruit vegetablesand ;
river beach
Gulf bayou
The of Tam- eight inches. Made
Society in
greens as substitutes for patent Bowel Trouble.-Well boiled rice mix- Starke
_- shores should justify us in our claim many professed to be far more medicine; greater joy in living'and a ed with 'a little charcoal will often Mary Jane Yonngman an Australian -

u'an authority on climate vermin democratic In Its character. It longer life: fruit and vegetable tor check this complaint Dissolve fifteen who at the age of fifteen was thir

i and the terrors of wator by day and took its name from a noted human diet every day, and the use of grains of crude catschu in each gallon ty-five inches high.-Pan Mall Gazette. 6b

land at night. We need not say anything chief of the Delaware Indians.Its fruit and vegetables to keep out of of drinking water.Demonstration. .. .
William Music I- In Portugal. --4
chief founder was
t rt. to our northern reader to recall graves and poorhouses.
Moeney a native-born American Portugal has only one conservatoryof
v the past summer's heat. But was it Work In South.
of Irish extraction. The music. located at Lisbon. The
As the result of demonstration high
p more than an unusual prolongation of Is nominally a charitable Selecting Good Breed. grass
society work conducted by the department of est salary paid is $oOO a year. Assistant -
the kind of temperature wo get every association fraternal In "Be sure that the male at the bead of
agriculture during the past few years. teachers get $1j(). Orchestral
the flock is bred. Pure bred poul-
summer? Do you remember a summer Its nature, and quite distinct pure
when the thermometer did not from the general committee of try means uniformity of products. Uniformity southern farmers are beginning to players, though they have a union are
of increased grow crimson and bur clover and other paid at the San Curio theater
It products means no more
register 100 degrees or more for sev- the Tammany Democracy.
and the
takes a prominent part in profits if products are properly mar legumes very extensively than $40 to $SO a month' At vaudevilles .
k, real days and scarcely less hot nights very demand for seed from the south at
nevertheless. It claimsto keted. advises the United States department and musical comedies they get
g, when sleep was hard to .attain, and of agriculture to farmers and present has been unprecedented. From
have outlived fourteen national \ 60 cents to $1.20 a performance.
: ;k !hen it seemed as if the very Ufa'Was ; parties. Aaron Burr was poultrymen in order that they may get reports received from agents of the .
1f. being baked out of you? It was a prominent member of Tam- the most profitable results from poul- department, it was believed that more Parliaments.The f PRICE; .LI 5 TON P E<;; 'off

.Fll ',during such period that we were driv- many In its earlier years. try raising. than ](IIIIMMI, acres would be sown in Austrian parliament lives six E.Qt-.- .,. ;
crimson and bur clover and vetch in
< lug laden into this "The Mediterranean or egg breeds years. The Italian German Prussian
i our heavy canoe s
Blue the southern !states in the fall of 1913
are Leghorns. Minorcas. Spanish.
I ,l\ o-called torrid south. Until half way (Copyright. 1311 by Joseph B. Bowles.) Andalusians and Anconas; the Ameri- on farms where none of these crops and Spanish parliaments live five years.: .

i down the Missippi the heat of theJoiddle can or general purpose breeds are have ever been grown before.Lespt'di The French. the Dutch, the Belgian. RUB'MYTISEyiWill "

of the day drove us to thefateful Plymouth Rocks. Wyandottes. Javas. >z", Is rapidly spreading over the Portuguese and the Roumanian live y.


$: Ih rivers' banks. Every one knows made of dust are we? Mr. Rich (benignly Buckeyes: the Asiatic or meat breedsare ui.d the department has had live three years. The United State I Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps ) LJJ

..e,intensity, of the sun's rays on Brahmas Cochins and Langshans.and some very *nct'pssful demonstrations ; congress lives two yearn and the Aus- !. Colic Sprains Bruises, Cuts and
f\ ) Y dear. Little Ethel
. 4attr direct. but ('s. my the English breeds are Dorkings. frith this crop in south Alabama dur- tro-Hungdnan parliament only one Bums Old Sores, Stings of Insects rw:
rg'l not only re triumphantly. well aren't,
( you tug the "Pl1r. -Lontiua Mall
For farm ) year.
and Redcaps.
- t by the middle of June, ected.1 cos papa says you sprung from noth- Orpingtons Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne,used infernally -

ern border of Mississippi ing.-London Punch. I and external 7. Price 25Ti7Tr :

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: bedside of his mother, who is very WILL EXPLORE GUATEMALA NOTICE.

: ; ; ill. t I -. Lake Butler, Saturday Jan 31. ,

S. Tillis was a business visitor to Interesting Prehistoric Ruins Are Theressa, Thursday Feby 5. a. m. NERVOUS

White and Thought to Exist in Country.
Springs Thursday Friday.The Hampton, same day p. m.

County News Items pulpit at the Christian churchwas Lawtey Friday Feby. 6.
Washington, D. .C., January 23-
filled and
: Sunday morning even- Brooker, Saturday Feby 7. a. m.
ing by State Evangelist Woodward.A. Prehistoric Guatemala is about to be
j. .. N. D. WAINRIGHT, Tax Assr.B. .
ransacked for the benefit of the San
L. Crews'visited his at
: parents M DOWLING Tax Col.
JI Interesting Facts Gathered During the Week by Our Worthington Sunday. Diego exposition and, incidentally, for .,

': t:. Regular Correspondents.I R M. Padgett of Lake Butler the National Museum, as collectionsare .
I \ was -
, here Monday. to be made there by one of the are usually thin and
-- I
-: L ii Hamp Andrews attended Culpepper museum men, and probably most of DEED UNDER SECTION 8. OF CHAP- easily worried, sleep does not

I the finds will eventually revnrt to the TER 4888 LAWS OF FLORIDA refresh and the system gradu.
LAKE BUTLER.x spending a few days at the home of meeting at Lake Butler Thursday Alderman
Hereby notice in given that T. J.
her Mr. 0. L. Thomas.Mr. night. Smithsonian after they have served numbered ally weakens from insufficient
John B. Culpeper, the well known son, I I' purchaser of Tax Certificates .
; evangelist, accompanied by his son, and Mrs. W. H. Mims of Starke Earnest Wells visited relatives in ,, their purpose at San Diego. respectively and issued by the Tax Collectorof nourishment.

John B., junior, and Mr. Frank P. spent Sunday with relatives here. Lake Butler Sunday.The I I Neil Judd, one of the assistant arch- Certificates Bradford bearing County date Florida hereinafter and each set of forth said: Scott's Emulsion corrects

I Ik- Allen, singer, have just completed a Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill were visit- Raiford Grocery Co. is now, eologists of the National Museum, has Tax Certificate No. 22, dated June 3rd. 1907.. nervousness by its force of concentrated

; series, of revival meetings with great ors to Starke ,Tuesday.Rev. open for business. I just sailed for Guatemala, and will Certificate No No.28, 91 dated dated June June 1st,3rd 1908.1907.Certificate Certificate medical nourishment

success. There has been many applicants Olin Boggess, who has been as- S be followed in about three :wueks: by Np. 136, dated June 1st 1908. Certificate -it restores the healthy actionof

for church membership. Those signed as pastor of Grace M. E. SAMPSON CITY. I Edgar L. Hewitt, of the American 47 No.dateJ 139 June dated 6th.June 1910.1. 1908.Certificate CertificateNo No. body cells, enriches the

members have been church is expected to reach here Institute of Archeology, who is directing No. 98 blood sharpens the
who were Already C. A. Smith made a busines; trip 49 dated June 5th 1911. Certificate appetite,
revived, to the extent of being able Friday and will preach his first sermon to Starke one day this week. I the exploration. Mr. Hewitt is dated June 5th 1911. has filed said Certificatesin for and feeds the nerve centres
office and has made application
to give testimony in public, as well here Sunday. Everybody is in- Mrs. J. H. Harrison anjd Miss j,, now in Washington and has arranged Tax my Deed to issue in accordance with law. by! distributing energy and

work. Immense him. for the cooperation of tho Smithsonian The said Certificates embraces the following all the body. :
as to engage in personal vited to come out and hear Violet Chapman!! visited Gainesvilleone poWer over
i lands in Bradford County Florida, assessed
in the field work.
:; crowds filled the church every Mesdames Randall and Doane were day this week. at the date of the issuance of such certificates Don't resort to alcoholic

, night Culpepper is not sensational, shopping in Jacksonville Tuesday. Mrs. Eva King has been spendinga Mr. Hewitt is one of the directorsof inthenames and under the dates respectively mixtures or drug concoctionsthat

:. but he is powerful, and makes a pro- Sheriff King, of Clay county, wasa few days with her parents, Mr: and the American Institute of Arch- wit: hereinafter particularly set forth to- stimulate and stupefy.Get .

found impression. These are the most visitor to Lawtey today. Mrs. S. J. Prescott. eology, and is tho founder and has CFRTTFTCATE NO. 22, embraces Lot 61 a bottle of 'Scott'
been for one of the active spiritsin in Woodlawn Se 13. To 5. S. E. 22 E. 10
of meeting in the years
: successful series What was the most enjoyable day Mr. Pope Jones, of Graham, was acres assessed Lillian W. Foss. Emulsion for your
of archeologynow
; history of Lake Butler, at least as the Eastern Star, was the official visitof in Sampson one day this week. the state museum CERTIFICATE NO. 91 .embraces Lot 4 yournervesnothing
established at Santa Fe, N. M. See. 18 Tp 7. S. R. 20 E. 80 acres assessedW.
far the Methodist church is con- the Grand Mr. Will Jones of
as Matron, Mrs. Anna Belle Hastings, was Frank Malphurs. or compareswith )t
been made director
: cerned. Reed, of Tampa. in Sampson one day this week. i He has recently CERTIFICATE NO 136 embraces NW% of it, but insiston (
of agent Mr. Mesdames H. M. Mr. Hull of Starke is having 'of exhibits for the San Diego exposition SW>4 See 16 Tp7SR.2lE4oacrezasses-
The son our depot Hill and E. D. a car ed UNKNOWN. Scott's.EVERY .

S Moore, was taken ill. His case be- Sayles met"her at the train and delightfully loaded with sweet potatoes here this srd it is primarily for that ex- CERTIFICATE NO. 1S9, embraces SEtf of DRUGIST HAS IT
necessitate the week. pcuiion tit the explorations in SW% See SO. !Tp 7. S. R. 21 E. 40 acres : 13-78
came so serious as entertained her at luncheon, .assessed UNKNOWN. i .
S presence of a doctor. He is a bright after which all members gathered at The farmers around Sampson have Grate 9b ?re now being made.It CERTIFICATE NO. 47. emr-ww NW>4 of -

young fellow. We hope he will soon the Masonic Temple for a meeting of been busy hauling fertilizer this has been suspectod for a long acres NE% assessed of NW! %Louis 5ec24.Tn5 H. HilL S.R.22E.10 Mixture of Harmony. 1tUI'3.

be well again.The instruction. week. time that there were interesting prehistoric CERTIFICATE NO. 49, embra-es SU ofNEM Sharp to next door neighbor-:

parents of Mrs. Moore are in Mrs. Reed is a very charmingwoman There was a party at Mr. Zeek ruins to be found in Guatemala UNKNOWN.St>e.. 34. Tp 5. S. R. 20 E 80 acres assessed How do you like the design of oar
Parishes' and recent surveys of Mr. Hew- new vail paper? Neighbor-It seem'
the revolutionthe Monday night. Those who CERTIFICATE NO. 98. embraces SE of
old Mexico. Owing to thoroughly conversant with % '
itt said to confirm this. The I NW# See 17, to me to be rather loud. Mrs. Sharp
attended time.GRAHAM. aro Tp 6. S. R. 22 E. 40acres assessed -
report a pleasant .
her .
demoralized. She work and her
is ]
mail service eloquent address
natives of the country are largely of R. J Raulerson. Yes. that's why we select It. W..
received word from them for will long be remembered S UNLESS said Certificates shall be
has no as she so with re thought: It might drown the sound of
the old Maya strain mixed some deemed
many mjonthi. This. is :indeed an earnestly urged that each should keep of the more modern stock. The ruins thereon according on. the 23rd to law day Tax of February Deed will A.issue D. your daughter's piano playingdon !-!***r

anxious waiting. We are pleased to in mind the principles set forth in The members of the Graham Truck 191L Telegraph. ljj|
far located in outlines are evidently _
so WITNESS hand
my and seal of said
know that Mr. Moore has obtainedthe the beautiful rites of Growers Association Court.
the with
order. Muchto the
as- this
of the oldost Maya culture and con- on 21st day of January A. D. 1914. i Logical. If
position of day agent Hereto- the regret of all she could remain sistance of Mr. Waits, Supt. of T. & sist largely of pyramids surmountedwith Clerk Circuit W. T. WEEKS She: -Why can't you give me sow

; fore he was the night agent. I only a few hours. J. R. R. secured excursion rates from and Court A. Weeka Bradford County Fla. loose change? IIp-Becau my delL
buildings, chiefly temples TBy ?; Deputy Clerk.
We stated last week that James -- this point to Micanopy last Saturday. religious rather than miliatry struc- 23- t. money is tight Baltimore AuiertauCIX .

S Morgan was fined for being in posses- HAMPTON 34 members of the association went tures. These have a wealth of interesting -

sion of a revolver. This was a mis- The marriage of Miss Alice Hamil- and had a delightful picnic dinner with and rock carv- IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD COUN- CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD cot i
ton and Mr. John Kinnard inscriptions TY FLORIDA. TY FLORIDA. g*
was Mr. and Mrs. Bullard.
take for the court proceedings were Soliciting
ings, which are to be reproduced so STATE OF FLORIDAVS. STATE OF FLORIDAVS. ,
not closed when the mail closed. The solemnized at the home of Mr. and agent of the S. A. L. R. R. was also .
will make
with the parents the with After dinner
facts are: Morgan was seen us. was over we BERED TWENTY-FIVE
bride photographs, sketches and papier- 0 FBRADFORD BEREt TWENT7-TWO OF BRADFORD..
weapon, but in his own home. When Rev. Godby, of Waldo, officiat- transacted some business with the COUNTY FLORIDA. COUNTY FLORIDA.. *I

. _. the marshal arrested him it was found ing, using the ring ceremony, which Mr. Chamberlins and Mr. Carter then mache impressions of them, to be reproduced 17th This day cause ofJanuary.A.coming on be heard this the The ciuse encoming on to be heard thii iIi
I'I witnessed in casts and models. 1914. upon the petitIon 17th dev of January A. D. 1914,
under the head of the bed. It was was by several relativesand fo ra walk over the Micancpy section filed herein, and it appearing to the npoo ti
of the court from petition- filed herein and it appearing to the
friends One of the most interesting said petition that a special bond
not proved that it was his gun at all. of both parties. ((The farms, belonging to Mr. Chamberlin, been election was held in the Town of Lawtey. in court from the said petition that a ipetai
pretty bride made finds that has so far made in this Special Ta School bond election was held in the town
I'1 The returned a verdict of not young a charming the principal crops being cabbage and x Distriit numbered Twen-
ty-five of Bradford ford. in Special Tax School District
is large series of immense County Florida the lumbered
in region a
,., appearance a lingerie dress of all-
.,.. guilty. lettuce. 3rd day of January 1914 for the purpose of Twenty It wo of Bradford County floe:
::. lace stone columns elaborately carved with determining whether ida the third day of
over draped with dainty rose- or not bonds should be on January A D. 1(14,
I. Mrs. Sarah Douglas has been awarded The day was socially as well as issued by the said Special Tax School District for tb, purpose of determining whether If
of buds; a bandeau of buds also adorn- beneficially spent. All reported a big mythological 'representation. to the amount of of Eleven Thousand Dollars not bonds should be issued oy the Special ag
\. the position of postmistress ed her hair. She carried Some of these columns are twentyor $11,000,) for the purpose of building furnishing School District to the amount of Eight Thou.
Lake Butler. She received a telegramto a bouquetof I time. Our plans areall made and our and otherwise improving the Lawtey and Dollars ((8,000 for the purpose of enrt-
roses. Dainty refreshments were for this thirty feet high, and except for Public School property for the exclusive use ing an J equipping the sihool building for tie
that effect from our congressman, crops pitched vegetables sea- of the public fm schools exclusive of the
served the I the fact that they are monoliths arei within said Special use free schools within aGt
'Frank Clark. Mrs. Douglas is well principal feature being son the last few days rain has boggedthe Tax School District. Special,Tax School District., "' .
-'I the cutting of the bride's cake. Mr. i'iruch like the wooden totem posts And it further appearing that said election And it further appearing that sai ;3
work and fields so the farmers can't get in is prima facie in favor of the issuance of ion is facie
acquainted with postoffice Indian prma in favor of the i iS1 it'
of the allt'l
( and Mrs. Kinnard left for Waldo on them to effected by some said bonds said bctds. .,-<..1
will make a good postmaster.Our the 3:30 train, where they will be at plow.C. I tribes. In some places there are IT IS, THEREFORE. ORDERED. ADJUDGED IT IS THEREFORE, ORDERED ADJEDG.) :
B. Roberts and D. J. AND DECREED
Bryd spent by the Court that ED AKD DECREED by the Court that tile
school has a splendid averagein home to their friands. regular avenues of these stone pillars.It said Special Tax School District numbered I said Si. of last week in
attendance. We have a very efficient part Jacksonville at Twenty-Five of Bradford County Florida by Twenty-two of Bradford ,
good deal for the engineering I County Florida fc
Rev. John B. Culpepper, with his the Grand Lodge.Mr. speaks a and through its proper officers ,at the said and through its proper officers, at the aai4
staff of teachers, and they are son John B., junior, and Mr. FrankP. I skill of these primitive people Court House in Starke Florida on the Court House in Starke Florida on the 4
beloved by the children. Hazen of Brooker spent Sun- 2nd DAY OF FEBRUARY A. D. 1914, I 2ND DAY OF FEBRUARY A. D. 1914
Allen, will spend eight days. in day afternoon in Graham.Mr. that they were able to quarry stones show cause if any there be. why said bonds show csuse if any there be why said doa
Lake Butler is very quiet just now, Their- I of such size beside transporting them should not be confirmed and validated. should not be confirmed and balidated. ..
Hampton. ,
meetings will cover A. Lane of Done and ordered at Gainesville, Florida,
Montbrook section Done and ordered at
I have it but this j I Gainesville horde, tla
quieter than seen two Sundays. They will commence has bought a farm near Graham and and setting them up in their pressnt this the 17th day of January.. A. D. 1914.J. the 17ta day of January A. D. 1914.J.T.W1LLS.. .;;?
is the quiet season anyway. .
next Sunday, February 1st. This is is our neighbor now-wish w ehad location. Jan. 23-2t Judge. I! Jan 23-2t' J<<
town will soon burst into life. The a rare treat for the Hampton people. I ,There will be models of such of the JudzsJ
down but will some more neighbors like Lane. I' --
retort is open
of too large for removalI !
them temples
Many were so interested in as are .
again soon. There ere more northern :Mr. Culpepper's meetings some Mr. L. C. Smith is comfortably I and plaster casts will be made of the ...............................................+iss
S With located in his new swo-story house "
this than last.
visitors year ago that they 'nightly went to Starke. near Christian church. I most interesting rock figures. All ..

some improvements around the lake Now they-will have him at home. those will be sent first to San Diego
Mrs. J. D. Frier has been in bed
this would make an ideal winter resort Progressive Business Firms in Me
The ladies of the Civic League Rev. H. Logan preached on Sun- for several days. Doctor Middleton and later will find a permanent i ;
day morning last. There was a large the National Museum here.
ire doing their best, but they need has made several trips out to see her.
congregation. Rev. Paul Regal, of Mrs. W. T. McEvans' sister from Readers of the .
- some help. Already a little moneyis the Methodist Protestant "A-NO.1" WILL MARRY.Not Telegraph will find it to their
laid aside as a nucleus for a fund church, Alabama, is visiting her and will remain -i
to improve the lake front. Are all preached in the evening to a good in. Florida for two months yet. Dead as' Reported But What Is i advantageto tradejwith the firms rep- .

the business mem members of the congregation.New Mr. Jesse Byrd and family movedto theDifferenceNow? i 1 resented in this directory. ,

. Board of Trade? If not, there is buildings are going up, and Sampson last week. Mr. Byrd The following news item, clipped i '.,

. !.1 something to be ashamed of., It is are being is filled as they are finished. will operate a mercantile business for from the Corry (Pa.) Evening Journal f........................... '

I as bad as a man calling himself a Hampton lady from certainly Georgia growing.A writes to. one Mr. J. C. Barry at that place. will be of interest to those in Flor- .......................... .... ....................)}.'i

. I Christian and not uniting with the Mrs. Johns of Hampton, visited her ida who know "A-No.1" personallyor .
. of our pastors, asking if Hampton wasa sister Mrs. C. B. Roberts and her DRY GOODS. .
church. It is like getting along on FURNITURE.
j.: by reputation.Ere .
live :
. town, what chance there father last ;
: ; the cheap. We have a good Board week.H. Pa., Jan. 15ANo. 1", tho ....................
would be for a lady with a little J. ...... ...H. .......$1.............
S. of Trade here with good men in it. Dowling of Waldo, wa sin mystic sign which has been on bridges . .
means commencing house.A .
a boarding
! Graham trading Saturday.C. 0 .
But we need more. Main street business and fences all over the world and
man says B. Roberts has just received 100 FURNITURE :
the of which is known
carver by !
he would have I
to do 0
every bushels of short J. W. MORGAN '
cotton seed from ''
LAWTEY well. that sign throughout the country, & Headquarters for 0 and almost .'j
anything else
Mrs. Will McCormick, of Gaines- some point in Georgia, claimed to bea wholse roal name is Livingston, and Ladies Ready-to-Wear Goods, : might want yOU. .:

"' ville, was a guest of her sister, Mrs. S fine variety of cotton. This will be who has been a resident of Erie for : Dry Goods, Notions, Etc. : ol.
A. A. Smith, several days last week. ENTERPRISE.Mr. the principal variety cotton planted some time will, Tuesday, February3rd HULL'S DEPARTMENT \.

1' Mr. Chas. S. Hill, of Sumner, was Julian Norman of iRsingMr. in this section this year.. Mr. in this city, be married to Miss : STORE. :.

visiting his mother and brother here Julian Norman, of Rising, visited Roberts will have a gin put in for Mary Thohoski, a resident of the II .

:\ ., last Sunday. here Sunday p.m. this green seed cotton this fall West side of Erio. .......................H+

-. ; Miss Rose Mary Hull, who is teach. Mr. A. N. Blanchard of Lawtey, Mr. N. Wynn came very near losing This man who has been termed the R R. HOFFMAN -.
representing the Oceola Fertilizer a fine horse last week with The Racket Store Man 0 PHOTOGRAPHERS.
.' ing school at Highland, spent Satur- Co., spinal cleverest ,tramp in America and the :

\ day and Sunday here at the home of of Jacksonville, was here Monday.Mr. meningitis. champion tramp of the world, who Everything in Dry Goods, No6 ++++t...++++.M.MMM..HM>

her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Walz. 0. D. Nave, of Jacksonville, J. D. Frier and L Gray spent Saturday has beat his way on railway and .

Mrs. Martha Hopkins, of Scotland paid his regular visit here Monday.Mr. afternoon in Hampton. \_ steamship lines ovor half a million tions, Novelties, Etc. $ .0 ;.

Neck, N. C., is spending a few days N. H. Johnson, the retort watchman Sate Evangelist Woodward preach miles on a total fare of $7.61, who 1 v HOOVER BROTHERS, '.. '

at the home of her sister, Mrs. Dave is going to put up a blacksmith ed a very able sermon here last Wed- has been around the world several | ,Leading Photographers .
i. '
, Durban and Mrs. J. B. MrCulley. shop there, in, the near future. nesday night. times, has at last succumbed to' Cu- ......................... .

Mr. Enoch Griffis was a business Mr. J. S. Norman was a visitor to &nid's dart u and--_ will____ after__,n the----'marriacr----0-* '. : 'Enlargements Picture Frame!.,:

:visitor to Jacksonville [Tuesday. Starke Monday. MRS. MARY MALPHURS. ceremony reside at 246 East Sixth .. BUILDERS' SUPPLIES 0 Kodak Work Finished. ,.

Messrs. John Bull and 0. P. Hilburn, Normal Miss Fannie Dahn is attending the Mrs. Mary Malphurs died Monday, street, Erie, at a newly furnished fiat ............... ...... .... J Promptly i_.

two prominent attorneys of Tampa, College at Tallahassee, as January 26, at the home of her son- He is 41 years old and his bridetobeis ;

last week of the latter's she won the first prize for growingthe in-law J. H. 23. .
were guests Malphurs Bland
I finest near ..., ...................
tomatoes in the
f uncle, Mr. H. C. Peace. girl's can- at the ago of 77 years. "A-No. has been on the road since I .
club.Messrs. Quigley Lumber &: Supply Co. <
,. Mrs. D. C. Biddle, of Illinois, was Mrs. Malphurs was twice married. he was 11 years of age when he left .: DENTISTS .

the guest of Mrs. E. D. Sayles duringthe 0. J. Phillips and R. E. She first became the wife of James G. his home in San Francisco on an Dealer in ::.f'

past week. few days ago. : Cason and three children were bornto Overland freight across the miles of 4 ........................

Mrs. A. M. VanDyke was a busi- The stork paid a visit to the homeof them, B. T. Cason, J. H. Cason and ,desert that separated him from .. Builders Varnishes Supplies, Paints Oils, ..,. : . .
Mr. and Mrs. John Concrete, :..
Clemans Friday Mrs.
'mess visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday Laura L. Malphurs. After the Chicago. Plumbing. DR. U. G. TURNER

and Wednesday. night, December 22, leaving a death of Mr. Cason she was united in S .. cs

P.ev. L. W. Kickliter fine girl. marriage to J. W. Estimates Cheerfully Furnished. DENTIST
;. of Starke, was Malphours, to which OX DRIVE. .
Mr. and Mrs. .Andrew
visitor to Billiard visited union were born four children . .
a Lawtey Tuesday. threeof Another jolly time was enjoyed . Edwards
: Mr. and Mrs. Will Bray, of Waldo, at Evergreen Sunday.Don't whom, John N. Malphurs, Mrs. last Sunday, when a large crowd of : Building ,f

t are visiting relations here this week. forget the Dixie Guard meet- Lizzie Holder and Mrs. Rhea Thorn- j I the young people of Pine Hill spent .......................... Upstairs over Post Office 1.}
ing .
Mrs. 0. L. Thomas spent several Saturday night, January 31. We ton, survive her. I I the day at the Scout Hole The crowd "
will be ready to take in members.Everybody's I j. REAL ESTATE. . . .
days last week at the home of her 31rs.Ialphurs was the last charter was hauled by twelve oxen. The day ..

;.: parents in Nassau county. lug the doing it. What? Read- member of North Pleasant Grove was pleasantly spent in making photographs .....................t4+... .

Mrs. A. Z. Adkins of Starke, spent Telegraph. Baptist church, at which church .funeral and eating the good things NOTIONS.

, :. Tuesday at.the home of her mother, S services were conducted Tuesday furnished by the young ladies. Those c . ..
p Mrs. M. E. Edwards. morning, January 27 t4.................. H1
;\: RAIFORD. by Rev. F. B. present were: Misses Minnie and 0 ..... .. ...... .....
Miss Roseland Tuttle of New York Ramp Andrews visited Lake Butler : John, of this city. The interment Virginia Melvin, Myrtle Hazen; L. PEEK f. TV ----t-$+

'::4j state, will spend some time with her Sunday.J. took placo at North Pleasant Grove Daisy Lewis, Vera Surrency, Minnie Florida Real Estate, Land and I 0 Whyi8itthatwhenyouare.

,.:' aunt, Mrs. E. D. Sayles. C. Byrd attended the cemetery, and the esteem in which and Pearl Greene, Estelle Andrew, 0 0 in need of Notions, Ladies J
t;; Mr. C. H. Leggett was a business Lodge in Jacksonville last Thursday.Grand the deceased was held was shown'by Ola Harris,; Edwards; Messrs. .* Timber Expert. I .0 Novelties Ready-to-Wear Etc. Goods' Shoes,.?

.- ,. : visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday. A. D. Andrews was called by phone the presence of the largest number Barney, Mitchael Andrew, Curtis 33 years Experience J go to you generally;>;
Mrs. Will Thomas of Baldwin is of people seen : at Starke. 0
Sunday night, to Worthington to the upon a funeral occasion Melvin, Charley .Edwards, Lefric STUMP'Sere'sAgon. if-
within\ ) "
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