Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
February 1, 1914
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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=- Subscription, per year $1.50; six months, 75 cents, Payable in advance. :
1 E. S. Matthews, Editor and Proprietor .

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IN DUVAL JAIL na, charged with carrying concealed
Subscription PROGRAMME. RULING i
Department After ABOUT SUPPLIES
f \I Big Holiday Business. weapons.He i Concert at School Auditorium Friday
. Many Bills was sentenced to six months in Evening, February 13. .
) ''d adage-that bad start Desperate Black! Also Seriously ;jail by the judge of Fernandina for PIano-Polka de Concert, Bartlett i .
t Issued for says a Large Number of
Wounds for Jan-
good lending.. Our subscrip- Negroes carrying : Miss Cassie White. .

f. Same.'J d&artment made a bad start in Who Tried to Assist "Deputy James Crawford and Ser- .Cantata-A Garden of Flowers, uary Approved and Warrants .,

: :: but look out for the rush AndrewsWill geant Detective William B. Cahoon i Denza. Issued for Same. .

on three went to Fernandina last night and 1. Chorus-The Morn.
Forty- whose
; Starke :
FJUu, FA } -
identified the negro as Moore. He 2. DuetTheLark
allow and
paid their subscription The
Board was called to Tdegraph last month: T. Andrews, son of Hon. A. was brought to this city last night Nightingale, .Mrs. J. E. Fut h, Miss Starke, Fla., Feb. 2, 1913.-Board .,

turn, by C. members A. Roberts \ Crews, Ed. Burnsed, E. E. D. Andrews, of Raiford, was shot and and placed in the county jail. Susie Darby. of Public Instruction net in regular 4

following T. Dowling, W. S. AM. Blanchard, J. H. Saxon, killed Sunday morning about 4:30 "In conversation this morning the 3. Chorus-White Butterfly. session with all meml-irs present. .. 1,

"' sent and E. H. Whl head, Carter NewsOme. o'clock by Will! Moore, colored, who negro desperado talked freely of his 4. Solo-Lovely Rosebud, Miss Members of last meeting read and. ;

Spark n, Miss Annie Heming also shot and seriously wounded two series of escapades in the past few Louise Bessent. approved.The .

r The unfinished Geo.E. Kelley, D. W. Moore, negroes who tried to protect Andrews.The days and admitted killing Deputy 5. Chorus-Summer Brl ezes. patrons of Theresa school ap-

up and disposed as Johns, R. B. Roberts, L L tragedy occurred at the houseof Sheriff Andrews in Raiford, stating 6. Solo and chorus, Mrs. U. G. peared before the Boaid'and discussed

The petition signed W. MHarrell, H. A. Hazen Son Dorsey near Williams and that the deputy had interrupted a Turner. the two school sites offered by- the .

and others asking Engel, aniel E. Shipley, Rsv. Renfroe's mill, about 2 miles east of crap game. In an' attempt on the partof 7. Quartet-Good Night, Mes- school district.. The chairman of the
leading from T. Rape V F. two other to interfere he dames Futch and Turner Misses Bes- Board made
Wackerman, Mrs. Raiford, where a crap game was in negroes ; a report t<* the Board of
Lawtey to connect Abbot F. F. Stump, J. W. progress. The game was interruptedby shot both of them, one of whom may sent and Darby. his investigation of the matter and 4

Sanderson public 1 G. F. Leod, G. L Massey, the entrance of Andrews, which die from his wounds. He stated that 8. Chorus-Garden of Flowers. laid before them, a diagram. The :.'

bridge, where North & Aiierson, Paul Galle, D. enraged Moore, and he began to shootat he had planned to kill a few "Crack Musical reading' Miss Lucile Free- Board, after hearing 14 full, decidedto

14-5-21 crosses said ,H. M. hastain, B, J. Farmer, Andrews, the first bullet! strikingthe ers" before he was taken into custody. lay the matter over for future de r

. on said Section line C. Hollingswrth, C. L. Fralick, J. cheek bone trader the right eye. "Moore states that he immediately man.Vocal Duet-Souvenir, (Ciro Pinsuti cision. I _

Sec. 18, thence East Wilkison, J.) Abraham, W. I. The second shot struck Andrews in boarded a railway train, and rode the ), Mrs. J. E. Futch, Mr. Cyril Tylsr. A motion was made. seconded and

660 yards thence Lenox Htel, R. W. Surrency, the right breast under the collar bone blind baggage car to Yulee, where he Vocal Solo-Nymphes et Sylvains, carried th-t ?'l teachers are strictly .

land line, thence Nora 'B.,M tin, C. M. Andreu, and the third shot entered the back was captured. He stated that it was (H. Beinberg) Mrs. E. A. Sherrod. required to :r.ike a correct final re-

*.. line about 660 yards C. Prescott, \. G. Mott, B. J. under the right shoulder b'ade, passed only through good forethought on the Chorus-a. Spinning Song, Wagner. port embracing all time their schools

t.said_ Section 18, then Mrs. J. J.ohns.ROOK through the body and emerged from part of the special agent in grabbinghis b. Manning's Lullaby, Dvorak. have been taught since July 1, 1913. '

line about.220 yards the leff loin. Death was almost in- pistol that he did not kill him." Reading-Monologue in costume, This report must be handed in with ; 1

East line of said RTY. stantaneous. Yancy Michael, colored, Hon. A. D. Andrews, the father of Miss Lucile Freeman. last month's report which; closes the '

South on said line G. C. Livi ton entertained and an unknown negro, who were the murdered man, and some of his Vocal Solo-Selected, Mr. Cyril R. school. 'I '

SE corner of said a rook party lasFriday in honor present, attempted to protect An- friends believe the motive for the Tyler. Motion that all sub-diftrict trustees '

j East on Section line her guest, Mrs. Carles. Groves, of Atndrews. Moore shot Michael in the murder was robbery and think there Song Cycle-A Day in Venice, Nevin are requested to not contract for
to S. A. L R. R., Ga. left and wounded the 1. J\ba-Dawn, ( ). any 1
. arm fatally un- was a concerted plot on the part of school supplies consisting of desks, : .
Lawtey 'and of rook we.; the principal known negro in the back. several negroes to that end. 2. Can7or.e Amoroso (Love apparatus, maps, glol-es and such

. leadbg into the of the occasU Mrs. J. M. After the shooting Moore made his Mr. Andrews was thought to havea Song.) other suplies: of school house furnish- .
: Petition filed and 3. Buona Notte Farewell I
and Mrs. Eg., Matthews ( )
I advertise escape. Dogs were taken to the large sum of money with him at ings without the approval of the 4 t
oed to same
said equal honors ine game and scene, but failed to pick up the trail. the time of the tragedy which he had Board and Superintendent. The mo- I tk
| ten notices on to cut for the prig beautiful LETTER FROM MR. FLORRID. f
"' a Two unknown hoboes on their way to received from the sale of some crossi i tion was carried. I t
.: above. piece, which fell 0 the lot of Floral Bluff, Fla., Feb. 3. Dear
Raiford, met Moore on the Baldwin ties. Out of money he was known to The treasurer's'report on the'gencral ,
, Horace D. :May, Matthews. The gut, prize was road and he told them that he had have paid $50 to J. R. Dowling. Tha Old Telegraph-I see in your paper school fund and sub-district. school t ;
Stephen T. Jones x of elegant stationy.,. killed Andrews and two good receipts for making fund \
nejrroes. ren | der :was principally in one- some sugared was rea dand approved. ;t
., bonds- for deputy the games ice crJp and cake These men are being held as witnessesin dollar bills, which made it seem to pop corn. I am saving them. Now, The following warrants and bills i h

T,' ty. .Bonds approved served as refreshnnts.\ The the case. be a very -large sum of money and it .can't you give'us some good receiptsfor were audited and paid:

+.ordered filed. was prettily decor\d for the The parents of :Moore live in Jacksonville is thought that this fact aroused the making taffy candy? 1 am sure G. C. Mills, teaching, Pine Hill, j

Fred Sapp and S. \ and it was thought he wouldgo cupidity of the negroes, especially they would be appreciated. In last $50.00; Anna Williams, teaching; Biell- .:- '1

"\, :their bonds for the invited guests preiit were: to that city sooner' or later and Moore and Dorsey, the latter of whom week's paper I notice your request ing, $40.00; Agnes Wilkinson, teach-

Bonds approved E. S. Matthews, Ay".Long the Duval county authorities were was arrested on suspicion Monday. for everybody to write something ifig, Nebo, $35.00; Estell l fcanier, teaching -

:. by order of the F. Canova, J. M. MitchetDeWitt J\\ warned to be on the lookout: for him. Dorsey told! the officers that he was about themselves for publicatitt.Now Swift Creek, $40.00. ;j Flow Clark: ,
Notary public Jones, T. N. Limbaugh, t Futch, The next development hi the case not at his house when the killing occurred I don't know very much about teaching, Long Branch, X42.00; R. B.

0. Roberts, A. A. A. Knight, Hugh Brownl\ B. C. is thus described by the TimesUnionof but that he near enough myself, only I am here putting in I Goff, teaching, Palestno, $40.00! !j I
J. W. Andrews, Jr!R. 0. I time n
some good easy on the St. Johns
Wainrigh't Kathleen Kuhl Vanderbilt h
| February 3: to hear the shooting and started to- teaching; ,
John J. Rosier and Charles. Groves. Adesperafte revolver fight was ward the house. He further stated river. But like- all other good things,I $35.00: ; E. L. Fieldir*, teaching, .

names was placed waged hero yesterday at about I 6 p.m. that Moore came, out of the house it must come to a close, for I want Vanderbilt, $50.00; Nancy Speed, ; I '
GROWERS ORGA tE Will Moore the whois i to get back to Starke in time to register -t' teaching Rose Hull t .
between Brooklyn $25.0
list roll and negro j and met him at the pump, where ; ,
Truck Growers asso-
month each. Graham alleged to have killed Will T. An- Moore demanded cf Dorseyat so I can vote, and get some straw- teaching, Highland, $?:j.OO; David .

The monthly s'S i. has been organized with.! D. drews, a deputy sheriff at Raiford, the point of a money pistol and that berries.In Hatcher, teaching, Little Spring, $75.- I l
and W. T.
president Mfcer the St Johns river
and Sheriffs 00 Kate Dub '
Sunday morning, Deputy ; teaming,
Moore took the out of Dorsey's
was money
Hood, pauper, The
organization haput The tides do ebb and flow
Lucius Haddock and Jim Crawford, pocket. lie could siot explain why Spring, $40.00; W. F. Osteen, teaching i
$3.00 to $5.00 per life nto the trucking indWy
:; who located the the MoJu-rief With diamonds dancing on their billows Hampton ;0.00 I: ln i
negro on Moore had !.eft four one-dollar bills $ ; < Dud'ey, +
in I
bill will be +
cost activity shown
(The more ; !
road near Thirteenth street. teaching, Hampton, $5M00: ; Bernice
and twenty cents in coins in his pocket
Florida lines in the future. The
of vs.
In the morning sunlight glow.
grop "When the two deputies attemptedto and he was later arrested at Baldwinand Strickland, teaching, Hampton, $35.00; I
G. Seals, not produce large quantity
by W. a ; arrest the negro he drew a revolver brought to Starke and lodged in Zada Green, teaching, E $Jioks, $35.00; \ !
last and the indu
of and steamboats
Hampton year fire them. One of Ships passing, Beatrice Five
and began to at the Some talk Hartmay, testing, I "
jail Monday.
motion said bill laid its infancy, so to speak, but To and fro all through the day.
the bullets tore through Deputy Sher- of lynching Dorsey was heard and, Mile, $35.00; Bessie McGruder, teach o. { +
consideration. feel that with a good soil a\ And at night their signal lights
iff Haddock' coat collar, while another in the absence of Sheriff S. B. Denmark ing, Johnstown, $45.00; Ethel Davis,
Petition asking climate they can produ pierced his coat sleeve. Deputy Sheriffs W. Wj and G. Twinkle down along the bay. teaching, Dopson, $'45.00; Susie t ,

:Mrs. E. L. I crops. A large acreage .w\ "The deputies.returned the fire hot- W. Baisden spirited Dorsey away to Yours very truly, Chambers, teaching, Prcvidence, 35. ,
the roll on devoted to melons. cucumbers ai i down the road.or J. B. Flomd. 00 Elizabeth ,
pauper w, and negro ran Gainesville Monday evening for safe- ; Story, teaching, Thomas,
Silas Kite filed The acreage in other line*, some distance the running fight. keeping.An $35.00; Geo. Graham, teaching, $50.00;
spector of marks be about 220. Carlot shipments!\intinued, *but the negro desperado i Carl Scoff, teaching, Enterprise, 70. r

mals slaughtered expected. Berries will begin to (pnaged to make his escape. Deputy unknown negro, suspected of Mr. John H. Sedgwick, who came 00; S. K. Kelly and assistant, teaching r
being Moore, was arrested at Mac-
about the middle of this month. Irere several monthe and
6th election \ iriff Haddock believes that he ; ago pur- Lawtey, $65.00; Minnie Hankinson '
clenny Sunday and held for identification.
Starke is the
chased a farm near :,
of January. nded the negro. The Bradford county authorities teaching Water Oak, $25.00;
I The .clerk was BUSINESS ATTRACTIVE.Mr. ter the revolver fight with the notified of the and owner of particularly fine specimen Lotha Sasser, teaching, Rising$5.00; '- 4
were arrest
Deputy {
1 the scrip formerly Julian L. Peek, who for six c4;rs near Jacksonville, Mondaye Sheriff J. B. Dowling and D. Lennon t>f the Berkshire breed of hogs. This Ruth Barclay, teaching, Rising, $35.- r "
, of the East Starke Moore in the dark- hog is Minnie XHI, a sow that won 00 Elvera Brown
past has been a valuable em- 'ng, went to Macclenny for the of ; teaching, Sampsc'i, !
purpose the ribbon at tie Win-
I reprinted, making of the big wholesale firm of nand, he was not seen agam until identifying the imprisoned suspect} sweepstakes $45.00; 0. M. Mines, teaching, Gra-
and he arrested at Yulee by special chester, Tean., fair last summer over ham, $41.15 H. B. '
scrip coupons Deman & Lewis Company, Jack- a but they saw at a glance that the 126 entries. Minnie XHI has all the ; WiggiAs, teaching,
,I the County has resigned his position with ag of the Seaboard railway and prisoner was not the person for whom "Berkshire four white feet Graham, $83.85; Marvin Conner,
marks of ,
.: The report firm and located in Starke. He tak o Fernandina upon a charge of they were searching and he was released white a the end: of-the tail short I teaching, Graham, $43.75;'Lillie Cros
giving the analysis at once become a partner here ca concealed weapons, the fcl- at once. on by, teaching, Midway, .? a>.00; R. H. 1

j of the metal culv his father, C. L. Peek, in the lowi ccount of which appeared in nose, wen developed head, stands well Taylor, transporting pupils, $45.00; ,
County Judge George A. Gardiner her toes and has a long and
up -
Florida :Metal estate business. The new firm theida Metropolis of Wednesday E. H. Hall, transporting pupils35. i f
hastened to Raiford as soon as he graceful tody. Good stock of all
Commissioers of the be Comer L. Peek & Son. : 00; May JlcKinr.ey, teaching, Lake
learned of the and held, ldr.ds to into Brad
kill.ig acoroner's is beginning come
< the County by the Mr. Julian Peek is an expert, all- "W Ioore, the negro desperadowho Butler, $50.00; Lilla Hun{, teaching, .
inquest the body of ford
of the h onfessed the murder of upon county. Heilbron $50.00 Lesh
ment office and, a rapid to the dead man. The following well ; Riiterd, teach-

,, No action taken. accurate stenographer and type- DeputY eriff w. T. Andrews, of known citizens of Raiford composedthe JOHNNY J. JONES COMING.At ing Lake Butler, $65.00; i'va: Wilson, t

filed. as well, and the new firm will Bradfolcounty, on last Sunday coroner's teaching, Lake Butler, $5t .00; Pearl .

Application up-to-date in all details. We wish morning d to having attempted to jury: their regular monthly meeting, Graham, teaching, Lake littler\ $50.- ,r

to attach Justice success in helping to attract kill Dep\ Sheriffs! Lucius Haddockand i T. B. Handlay, B. I. Taylor, J. C. Monday night, the city council granted 00; Pearl Ware, teaching, Lake t t r

No. 8 to the Lake to Starke and the, splendid Jam -ra\Vrord when.about to be Perry, E. N. Folsom, J. J. Fairly and the local military company the I Butler, $50.00; Mary Rih'ir l, leach .

'tricts No. 2. The and farms at Bradford County. placed uft arrest Monday eveningnear T. B. Rosier. The verdict of the jury use of the streets of Starke for a I ing, Lake Butler, $75.00; Alia! Yarn, '
the Wr was that Andrews came to his death carnival the latter part of February. '
sidering same upon of Moncrief avenue ; teaching, Lake Butler, $60't); Clifford '
Justice District No. and Thirt h street, is today con- by a bullet from a pistol in the hands This means that the big Johnny J. Hairell, teaching, Lake Butler' $0.00; .
UNCLAIMED LETTERS. fined in thWal Jail await- of Will Moore. Jones aggregation will be here soon S. A.
Board was. County I Draper, teaching, Lap Butler, 4 :
Letters for the following persons The murdered man was a of and that means, moreover, that there !
No. ". Raiford ing his reti to "Baifcrd by SheriffS. son $115.00; R. B. Jackson, | teaching,
by the- Board to unclaimed in the Starke post- B. Denni. .! Hon. A. D. Andrews, the well known will ba something doing in Starke fort I Ia Lawtey, $75.00; Rcfcia McDonald, :
t head of the firm of A. D. Andrews week in the way of amusement and !
"Owingcitizens .
that teaching, '
Board being e fact enraged Lawtey, $35.00; I. \Ien-W. L. Johnson, Wm. H. Nich Mercantile Co. of Raiford. business the local i'
He loaves activity among :
of ford
of the Peace would ord County are congregating teaching, Lawtey,' 15.00 14
L J. Steinburg. wife and two children merchants who will make it trade! .
in a father, three a Louibell Brown
: fill the vacancy in aration for lynching teaching,; L\vtey, ; :
Upon motion and Women Mrs. Alice Douglass, Mrs. the negro if brought back thereby brothers, three sisters and a host cf week and will run discount sales all $50.00; 0. A. Jenkins, teaching, { ;
B. Edwards, Mrs. Neah Bell John- friends to mourn his death the week.
at their regular Sheriff D rk today, the trip untimely Lawtey, col., 45.00; M. Dl Jenkins, )
Mrs. Mary Skinner, Mrs. Agnes fie was buried with :Masonic honors in }
will proceed to lay Mrs. Alice Williams. ha.s been post indefinitely by the Sapp ANOTHER BIG TURNIP.Mr. teaching, Lawtey, col., $30.00; Annie ; v '
.i ,in their respective Sheriff. In a age received from cemetery. ; Jones, teaching, Starke, $25.00; Ruby ; ''ti ,
Raiford today the H. B. Wee2t :presented the Telegraph j Peoples, teaching, Brooki-r '
;. districts of learned that MRS.\ ADDLE JOHNS DEAD.. with aft unusually larjre purple: | 40.00; 11
,', and apportion the f NOTICE. negro murdere little chance Just as we to dre wa's .Amanda Pinholster, teaching, Bro k- II, ,
go press we pained top turnip Tuesday that
r and appoint: I will take great pleasure in render- escape death at\hands of the citi- to learn of the grown er, $40.00; Truby Pinholdsr leaching, g
.death cf Mrs. Addie in the garden of Mr. David Jones at
ministerial service I to who i iU Brooker, $35.00
as any can zens, are avengingthe ; Edwin Dew: teaching .
eub-tUvisions upon
A. Johns the aged mother of :Mr. 31.L. Hampton. The turnip measured 8 1-2 .
'3 who need sen-ices. The death of Dp: Brooker, $75.00 '
Chapter 6537 may roy Andrews. ; Mary Sparks
} Johns the
at home
of the latter on inches across the top and was three' Ziff
and non-church members will "Moore was teaching, $35.00 E. "L. I
Scrip issued in' ested about 8o'clock' ; Ware
;: at 5 6'clock : ,
Wednesday She
f p.m. was inches thick, and )Ir. Weest informed il
:; following) bills: cially call on me. Monday ni at Yulee by a buried Crosby transporting pupils, $26.00,' L. A.
at Lake
that there
'\. I B. T. RAPE, Pastor, special agentof.\ Seaboard AirLine cemetery'"Thursday us are many more turnipsof I.Jett, teaching, Starke, ;$140.00 "i
at 1:30 p.m. Obituary next the same size in the garden of Mr. ; ; a I'
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.. r 116. 1;' If you are m need of any Farming Implements come in and look my "

I rl"r. r Q.rmer: stock over. I carry the most complete line of farming implements in the

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

1 chines, 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

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



l' COMBATING HOG CHOLERA. mitted, he then protected all herdsin One day the old woman went to The "hog crop" in the northern partof "I

/ the immediate vicinity b yinoculation. the storehouse for the corn and the Alachua county is said to be a MEYER[ [ ,YOU U NEED :
Campaigns Are Being Conducted in
The idea was to form a zone boys watched her through a crack in record one the past year. Some unusually -
a Number of States. large porkers have been kill-
S of immune animals around the infected the well, they saw her rub herself
'I ed during the recent cold weather, and 1
1 Washington, D. C., Jan. 29.-The center. with her hands and corn rained down the farmers are well supplied with A GENERAl UMC TAKE G GROVE'SThe

'j j ,. Department:: of Agriculture, during the Hog cholera is caused by a germ from her.skirt and soon filled the meat for the coming year. A colored .

: past year, has been conducting campaigns that exists in the blood. It is an ar- basket. The river-born fondling said: farmer is reported to have taken two Old Standard Grove's tasteless chill Tonic is Equal! !

i. in Indiana, Missouri, Iowa and ganism apparently so small that the "Evidently the old woman is a witch, hams first to the of the cold storage which at Alachuathe weighed Valuable as a General Tone becauseit; Acts on the Liver, "f"

Nebraska to control the, contagious most powerful micro.ones do not showit. and we must kill her." over 40 pounds each year, the hog itself be- Drives Out Malaria, Enrirhes= the Blood and Builds up j

disease of hogs knows as "hog cholera" however, it is easy to demonstrate When she came out of the storehouse ing too heavy to weigh on the scalesin the Whole System. FoiGrown People and Children.
she found the two boys waitingand
by means of anti-hog-cholera- its presence by inoculating a possession of the: farmer.
k serum and farm In said to them: "I know you are i
quarantines. one small part of the blood from a sick kill and I do You know what you are taking wjpn you take Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic 1
to nothing
going me can Walter Hawkins well known
Pettis a
county ( county, Missouri) hog into a well one, which produces as the formula is printed on every bel showing that it contains the well known
where there loss about it, but listen, when I am dead Jacksonville man, has been notified &
of 18
was a per cent .the hog cholera. tonic properties of QUININE and ON. It is as strong as the strongest bitter
in 1912 of all hogs raised, there was Hog cholera is a disease which drag my body around over the open; that he is one of the heirs of a $250- tonic and is in Tasteless Form. has no equal for Malaria, Chills and Fever, ;

only a loss of 14.7 per cent up to piece of ground." I I 000( c tt:. The welcome message Weakness, general debility and I s of appetite. Ci'eslife and vigor to Nursing
November, 1913. This decrease was seems to be stopped to a degree by They did as she had said, and wherever i "aie fior': a Denver lawyer and gave Mothers and Pale, Sicklv 'Wen. Removes Biliousness without purging. I
the frosts. of winter, although frost i low spirits. Aroases the liver to action and ,
due to the use of the serum, which, the blood fell, stalks of corn the information that Mr. Hawkins' Relieves nervous deer :
cannot be said to stop a case after purifies the blood.' A md Sure Appetizer. Complete Strengthener. :\\':
The Cherokees have had I
: The beneficiary
sprang up. portion will be $18,000. -
used there Department's
not the
although by it has taken hold of its aranteed We it. 1
victim. How since and what has been No family should be_wit..t;it. by you;Druggist. mean SOc.
until corn ever is the father of Mrs. William A.
l agents August, 1913, '
it to the J
ever seems
prevent rapid ,
crossed for ordinary use, but the sacred Gainesville but
. 1 materially reduced the loss. About spread of the disease. The result is I' Shands, formerly of
ceremonial corn is just as it residing at Monroeville, Ala.
60,000 hogs were raised during the that in spring time the affection is now

past year and of the 10,000 that died creases rapidly from that time until always has been.
of the cholera about The attention of Mr. Mooney was
hog only 1,000

I, J were, lost after the active use of fallHog cholera does not seem to affect called to the corn by some Cherokees of the Notice To The Trading
Cherokee writing, for the
serum and quarantine measures were
j any particular breed of hogs more
have an alphabet and a written langu- Public.On .
inaugurated. than another and while the
age of their own, though this is another
3 7n where these
every county meas-
careless farmer is to have
more apt
story. The name for corn is account of other busi-
ures were employed even though begun -
the disease his hogs than the
I after the disease had continued careful one,among the disease sometimes "selu" while the suffix "ya" in Chero- ness I have decided to go out

M its ravages for some time, there was occurs where the conditions are sani- kee means "the original" or "the of the merchantile business

less loss from hog cholera than ins real thing." Seeing this word in and close out I offer- Safe in : home is
tary. It is hoped that the work may some of the records, he asked if there to am A fire-prod your not :
either of the two
preceding years. be extended until the disease I ;
gradually in ering some bargains. quotea
of the original corn ex
In addition to its great function as was any :
1 a preventative, it has been found that is completely controlled or elimi istence. the Indian inquired of said few prices as follows: necessarily burglar-proof a safe

I the anti-hog-cholera serum would nated. The fact that hog cholera is he was still raising it himself. White Meat, per Ib ____________12Yze

cure a large proportion of hogs in the carried not only by the hogs them Some, was bought and when turned Smoked Meat, per Ib __________ 13c that is bon fire and burglar-proof is a

early stages of the disease and ren- selves, but by birds, dogs, streams over to the Department'of Agruculture Sirloin Steak __________________15c

: der them immune after recovery. and even on the feet of men going it was declared to be an un- Round Steak ___________________lac very exp sive and cumbersome thingIt

However, if hogs are not treated by from one farm to another shows how described variety. The nearest approach Pork, per lb., from ______12YJe to 15c
necessary it is that the campaign be Indian corn I have bought out the meat marketof
this serum, from 75 to 100 cent to it was some
f per tthorough and that the farmers exert had found the Tus- C. F. Massey and will appreciateyour is also invitation to thieves that you have valuablesin
:' of all affected herds, die. This serum, the department
I their best efforts to assist in th4 in New York state. trade. hove that are worth for.
raising trying
( 110 far as known, is the only thing caroras up your
, work. The similiarity of the two was com- Shorts _______________________$1.80
- that will prevent the disease. Put thiwhich can't in of
i : you replace one our Safe i
treated mented on by the botanists as sur Horse and mule feed __________ 1.75
sick when ,
"- Of hogs actually inspectors lost but; "THE OLD WOMAN. prising. Mr. Mooney said smilinglythat Best Jap Rice, per sack ________ 4.00 Deposit Bxes. Our steel vaults will protect you from

the Department's it would not have been surprising Matches, per pkg ________________4c Locks
it 25 per cent during the past summer. New Variety of Corn to Be Tried by fire and not only keep cut burglars but give {
had the botanists been entholo- 2-pound cans tomatoes __________8c
in diseased herds, 2.8 U. Government. i
Of well hogs treated and S. 'gists, because the Tuscaroras in very Lard, per lb. __________________11 ft you absoJte privacy.BInk. .
I per cent died after being lived the Cherokees Green Coffee, per ib.___________15c -
of hogs in exposed herds less than 1 Washington, D. C., January 26th- early times near k
Charmer coffee, can ________23c
A Carolina. The two per
inoculated Next spring "The Old Woman" will down South
., per cent died after being been in contact for No. 2 Tub ____________________55c
be added to the list of the tribes have not
with the serum. In ar. infected herd government's Nellie King Flour, per barrel$5.30No. of Starke
certain proportion agricultural experiments."The about 200 years, but the strain of the
there is always a been preserved intact. 3 Tub,. _____________________65c
Old Woman" is the Cherokee sacred corn has
is of hogs are
Three Thistles snuff, 6 cans for26c
+ 1' The inspector examines the hog title for sacred corn. In ordinary The Department of Agriculture Sardines, per can ________________4c
: when he arrives, takes the temperature writing and conversation this corn is makes it a point to try out all of the Lima Beans, per quart __________loc
hold of. Galvanized buckets _____________20c
of all hogs in the herd and alluded to as the real or original corn. Indian corn that can get

separates the sick from the well The But for ceremonial purposes it is Some of the desert strains from the ket"Battle, every Axe"pair Shoe, guaranteed best cp the mar solid .1.

: temperature is an indication of the always known as "The Old Woman." southwest have proved valuable for leather .

sickness. The temperature of a sick The finding of this corn was more or their drought resistance. This is par- Shoes at 60 cents to $3.00 per pair .,.
t Gun Shells box _____________40c I
hog, unless the hog is near death, less an accident. It was located and ticularly true of the Laguma corn per
Good buggy whips at absolutely first
f will run above 104 degrees and sometimes turned over to the Department of from old Mexico. Other strains are cost.

as high as 107 degrees or 108 Agriculture by James Mooney of the insect 'or disease resisting, but these Hats, 50 cents to ______________$'2.50

j some states are engaged in the bureau of ethnology. It is being qualities can be determined and the Good N. 8 stoves ______________ 8.75
Good No. 7 stoves ____________ 5.75
Collins of the bureauof fixed only by careful experi-
t r cient serum to treat an average handled by Mr. types

disease. This serum requires spceial plant industry and after it has ments and investigation. When you want bargainscome 4

treatment to preserve its quality and been grown experiments will be triedin e

a qualified man to produce it. Sufficient crossing it with other varieties and to see me. ;
i I .
serum to trea t an average finding out what valuable character- }: '' : ,1 :
; :..: : J; : \ {:: : I. S J. C. CARTER Starke Fla. -i
,' hundred-pound hog costs about thirty istics it has that can be embodied in ,.J" l': ';': ''' '-i..s: .. io" ,".:.. ,

cents at a liberal estimate. The treatment a permanent strain. .

i is by hypodermic injection.The The; corn dpes not look very different 3 A CONSTANT; THREAT: TC TKZHEALTH ''',. a 1
1I'r1i};: :rrJ!: .i'r; :; :,.;
Department in initiating its from ordinary corn, but it is softer : :. T.:._ "::0L:.

campaign against the devastating hog and sweeter and the meal made fromit ,
cholera the most widespread and is better tasting. The corn growsin Dr. Ilatt.nan. of ColurLup! OhlIUcubii.3 .
was a:: :...;'",.u ;.. __..,::h top 5r .
5l where the active co-operation of the three varieties, red, yellow and lie says: ,

. State in enforcing the ordinary quarantine white. The kernels are wider and Yes it !s the ;;!lr'tic. rot tl::! :-err : ?
t measures, etc. flatter than ordinary corn and the that we have to f:;!r la tliis% (iniry If it is. a 3
I The germs ore Accent: to Le sun ; patent
size of
has to the
; The object of the Department cob is small compared and are of soma i1 N
f \ been to endeavor to control the disease the ear. This is considered alwaysa diagnosis. Climate' a changeabJi

and if possible, to eliminate it valuable characteristic because it climate Is the! true. of discus: S'c medicine we have it. We carry

from the country. To secure this increases the yield of shelled corn per The atmospheric pressure varies, thi wt4 .t' .
humidity of the atmosphere changes the best selection
) end the best efforts of the farmer ear.The Every day the temperature rise smei \ patent medi-
himself are necessary. The cam- Department has had some of falls. All this presents to the body cines in this
paign against this devastating sick- the other Indian strains previously.The very great trials to adji-st to. country. Oqr stock is fresh

ness during 1913 was planned in the Pawnees, for instance, have six the The northwest.arealof high Moves pressure rapidly forms southeast In- --and is kept fresh by constant renewal '

selected along three lines. distinct colors. They have a peculiarway
territory I subjecting millions of oui AsAevntrenarlted direct from the
1. The education and organizationof of preparing some of their corn population to Its Influence. The result reAm asked if man makers.Mitchefl's \ .
the farmers in the districts selected for eating, a way involving too much I is, thousands upon thousands of would le improved by ,
to be carried out primarily by the hard labor, and which would makeit people catch cold. A small per cent. a tail: "1 think it
of these thousands do not get well of would It quilt an addition .
State College. too expensive for ordinary com- their cold. It goes Into pneumonia, to Aim.'! .'
2. The enforcement of sanitation mercial use, but which would likely or chronic catarrh, or bronchitis, or

aid: restrictive:: regulations by the appeal to the ultra rich, who do not laryngitis or pleurisy. Drug Store :
C Now, what I am getting at is this. .
I State veterinarian. mind paying for a novelty.In These climatic changes are inevitable.No .
" i 3. The active supervision ybhe t this particular preparation the one can prevent them. The very '
3. Active supervision by the Bureau corn is dried in the husks over a slow best 'we can do is to prepare for STARKE, FLORIDA.

of Animal Industry of the Department fire and then shucked and stored on them Good, defend health ourselves is the best against preventive.The them.. Everywhere people arycraP- . . . :lJJ
and the inoculation of diseased the cob. When wanted it is cooked very best Vigorous health, with ing off wall papers at coat. +<: <;i

herds and exposed herds with like[ green corn, and is said to be excess vitality, this is Nature's own ing with Washable CrsIt's *

the anti-hog-cholera serum. much better than any canned corn preventive and protection.We I
do not all have this, however. thaireally a
an improvement
A county in each state was sehct- than can be bought. | .
Some of us must have assistance.The addition thome-I .
ed as a unit and the method of work The Cherokee corn just unearthed assistance that I use for myself, providing permanent of that to quality For Results UseFavorite ... ,.
in that county was, briefly, for the is the oldest strain of Indian corn would recommend for my friends to course I t
r. of the is Let us
State College to secure the cooperation known to exist. It is the identical : use, my neighbors and my countrymen coating rig
is Pe-ru-na. Keep Pe-ru-na in show
of intelligent, active farmers in i corn that was beiig used by the : the house.If I you Fertilizers

each township in. the county. These Indian tribes before Columbus discovered -i i the children indicate they are Masury ,..
men were called volunteer assistantsand America. Of course, it is of catching cold, give them Peruna.If .

they were to kee pin close communication celestial origin, as most of the Indian I grandmother the parents present, the those grandfather symptoms or Perfection Fl/Colors 9 They grow the best Corn, Cotton, Sugar Cane,
with the in- of val' Sweet Potatoes '
f\ Department's possessions et are, according that are so well known which precedea and Truck.
spector stationed in that area, keep to their legends. In; this particularcase I cold, a few doses of Pe-ru-na and in 24 shades /d "hireThey're i c Our Irish
ing him informed of conditions and in the old days there was only the deed Is done. r Smooth I Potato Fertiliser easily leads all
I Some people are very subject to the neweg'' as ,j others m quality.
-fi securing statistics concerning the hog one old woman of the Cherokee tribe Write for Booklet.
colds. Others who have weak: lungs velvet-hard and Palely nonabsorbent j I ;
industry. In this manner conditions who had a supply of corn. When any and timid abcut 9 We sell
are our winter They// not powder Early Rose No. 4 and Red Bliss Seed :
were pretty well learned in the territory was wanted she went to a storehousein weather, take Pe-ru-na off and on sca'eW' 1L
t or rub off will L Potatoes. Get
- ; under inspection. When an outbreak the village and came back witha during the whole winter season. ; ION FLAT : our prices. s
1 She and hot husband The plan is a good one. The medicineIs guarantee PER L ;
of hog cholera was reportedthe basket full. !
inexpensive. It does no possible COLORS. I ;
:' 4' Department's inspector went to had two sons, ore other adopted, harm to the system. It keeps the b' Independent Fertilizer; Company
: ,; : c, that outbreak and saved all the hogs having been found originally in the appetite regular and keen. It assists I et

I .;; .t' he could by treatment with serum. river. He was only half human, but digestion and' helps the user QuigleyCompanyarke Lump & Supply JACKSONVILLE FLA. J
through the inclement ,
i, ',> As the disease is very easily trans- he and his brother grew up together. 'inter. weather of Fla. .:
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many years and has produced the after the improvements in the Ockla-

great bulk of spuds in Florida, other waha and Witlacoochee rivers have / "Blfr CHIEFef -

; LIVE STATE NEWS sections are giving attention and been completed. Whether the Florida r. +. THEM AIL"sSTRAICttT

space to the potato. Sanford will ship canal, when it is built, as it will

, : plant 1,200 acres to potatoes this be some day, will take this route, we
Things That Are Happening In Florida as Told .
, year, in addition to other crops. cannot say. It. would be a very indirect -

t Our Exchanges. Along the East Coast at Fort Pierce route Between the Atlantic and f

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..-.-.- - - - "'- "" o.""" A A. O Ota J Ot+Ota points south of FeUsmenli l gulf, but it would be beyond comparison -
i 5,000 acres will be devoted to pota- the most direct route betweenthe
t f For fine shipping of celery in car lots toes. Fellsmere comes in with 500 Atlantic and gulf system of water

, have seen none : last week from the cooperaacr DuPont 650, Bunnell 800, this ways. It would cost less by this route INot

\-., as of huge size, < colony conducted by C. W. Chap- ,! also includes St. Johns Park. Yelv.j than by any other and it would run I! ,
i''> Whitten from north of town. j ington and Roy 200 acres, East Palat- through one of the finest parts of the 100 PfcOQP
t Three cars were 1! ka and Orange Mills 1,500 acres, state.Times-Union. KENTUCKY WHISKEY ,
creek. They each last week and from now on ie 1 Federal Point 350 acres, Hastings and i ,

teen inches in move steadily. They have thirty j j Spuds 5,500 acres, Elkton and Armstrong Fifty odd years is a long time in

wtrc nine inches in celery and the quality this 1,600 acres, Tocoi 175 acres, reckoning the passage of events. Last "Made in Old Kentucky" '' ,
way.-Punta is exceptionally fine. There McClenny, Glen St. Marys and Sander- week Mr. David L. Dunham, one of tNSS s uM ca

be about 75 carloads from the 1:. son 800 acres, McClung and Durkse St. Johns most honored and respected -
Hon. Ion L. It is bringing $1.40 and $1.50 will] plant! 1,00 acres in Clay county. citizens, was visited by Mr. Francis The Home Sweet Home of Good WhiskeyThe

House of Ro crate on tract here. As the high I The Georgia Southern and Florida Humphries, of Bunker Hill, Indiana, '
pride of the oldest distillery in the Blue Grass .
Florida of the celery grown in the I Railway and Atlantic Coast Line Railway to the end that he, Mr. Humphries,
a candidate for district becomes known it companies will plant 400 acres in might be identified as an Indian war State whose reputation for quality is known the world over.

the Jacksonville have the call over the more wide- West and South Florida. veteran who had served with Mr. Bottled in our own warehouse under strict supervision

that he will heralded Sanford prdduct.-San- Dunham in the fifties. Time had dissipated enables us to tell the world that Indian Bill is whiskey
Times. Last Tuesday Messrs. Reed and ,-
commission form the resemblance of early man-
Tom Bryan, Jim Oliver and
: Jacksonville as hood in both, but circumstancesincidents You will so too if it. Our
ane grinding" has been hi pro- Kyle left for a week's hunt. They say you try guarantee
Stockholders of the past week at the Promised went up by the way of Lake Okeechobw : in the life and associations of protects you. Quick delivery our hobby.

National bank the country estate of Capt. W. and returned Wednesday, the each-soon relived recollections cf EXPRESS PREPAID {

a bank and Tucker, and many of his friends 14th. They report a delightful time, the comradeship of the long ago, and, 4 Full Quarts 6
take over the enjoyed trips to the scene of having killed three large bucks and hence, it was an easy matter for Mr. i $3.00 Quarts, $4.50

bank. In the and enjoyed drinks of cane seven turkeys. Jim says the cold Dunham to certify to the service of 12 Full Quarts, $9.00 1 Gal. Glass Jug, $3.00
fresh from the mn Capt. weather made Mr. Humphries. Messrs. Dunham
to formulate severe on them. They WRITE FOR OUR BIG PRICE LIST
it was maintains an ideal farm, rais- brought two bucks and three turkeys Prudentio Ortagus and Humphriesare

institution ? I I his own meat, poultry and eggs, home with them. These gentlemen the only surviving members of Chas. Blum Company

a surplus of $ corn, etc., and has every- nearly always bring the game back Capt. Robert D. Mickler's company of .
sold at $1.25 for convenient for pleasant country with them as a proof of their success. i Indian fighters, hence the visit of Established when your Grandfather spas a Boy
;. In his fine orange grove he has -Ft. Lauderdale Sentinel.A .
Mr. Humphries to substantiate his W reAolUeNo. 22
The Audubon citrus curiosities, which in- .
of hunters
party Pablo identity and obtain pension.-St.
rest of Frank the old Florida everbearing Beach passed through Ocala this forenoon Augustine Meteor. a JACKSONVILLE, n FLORIDAFavoriteFertilizers
day for the sale the daddy of the grapefruit I on their way home after a

sale of mocking pink shaddock, and the commerc- week's fine hunting and fishing at Several farmers in this section this

(red birds), citron.Fort Pierce Tribune. Salt Springs in the eastern part of year, for the first time, are undertaking -

in all southern have doubtless seen many Marion, county. They were travelingin to grow watermelons, some of
citizens are reading: "This property for automobiles and each was loaded| them on quite an extensive scale for
the traffic in ." It remains for Wauchula to with baggage, pasengers and game to market.; This has proven to be avery

report any selling a novelty in this line. It is its utmost cpa city. (The party was profitable crop in nearby counties -
'of these of signs posted on different! I fairly successful and had several fine in Florida and Georgia which has
nearest Audubon of buck horns and deer hides as evidenceof led the farmers of this county into
property reading: {I
r their skill.-Ocala Star. the undertaking. Among those who 11
Braxton of property reading: "This
1 sold is NOT for sale." are now preparing to plant melonsare
ty, forty They j Orlando.-iThe Seminole Indians are 1li
fruits to Mr. Mr. J. C. McEwen 1 I McDaniel & Phillips who will
put by ,
up catching on quite rapidly to the civilizing -
: plant one hundred acres; J. A. McLarin ARE BEST ;
Drennen of the Bank of Wauchula. influences that
In fact, all the :Mr. McEwen has felt that i: drawing closer the lines are of continually demarka- ,, one hundred and fifty acres; and
busy just could keep his property by simply Mr. White, twenty-five acres. Representatives FOR
very : tion between the old and the new cus-
weather is a half more than he thought I toms. This conclusion is of commission houses have IK
the fruit, worth but fooled him i rapidly been in this section during the winter
ping a man drawn from statement made Commissioner ALL CROPS 1
a by ,
and have agreed to be here duringthe
will not be he
other lIe
day. priced a place I
L. A. who has
Spencer, just
in tho and shipping season and' buy the Write for Catalogue.
worth at
early $800 $1,200
returned from
to the Everglades
melons delivered at the car from the
1st 30,000,000 the
man snapped up bargain.- and the Thousand Islands. "The
had been shipped Advocate. grower.Tallahassee True Demo
} Indians' short line
are working a
Florida. from North Carolina to of railway now under construction in f

Work will where she claims she has that section,' said the commissioner. A young man named Powell who

excavation of the a litle old woman about 60 Indians, as a rule, are not overzealous recently came here from Georgia had INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER CO. :?
nal, the largest of age passed through Palatka when it comes to work, and the the misfortune to lose his arm last

constructed Though neat and clean fact that they are now engaged in Tuesday as a result of the accidental JACKSONVILLE
forty-two miles dress was of ancient make and railroad construction shows a radicalchange discharge of a shot gun. Mr. Powellwas FLA.

and requiring an her shoes tattered and broken in this little remnant of the working on the farm of Mr. J. C. tt: WE SELL SEED POTATOES '.
000 yards of her long walk. She stopped at nation's wards, who have been hunt- Calhoun near town and was carrying .
from the time whence the I shot on the stalk cutter whichi .
at least three on the Heights for something ers memory a gun '
canal, although eat, but would not accept food un- of man runneth not to the con- I was driving. In some way the .
the Ben Johnson she had done some mending to pay trary. The railroad that the red men gun slipped from his hand and was ,.1..lJ.l.l.l.g.Lrl.g.l..1..1..l..l.g.,1j.l.ulJii;

the successful the little she would have. She are helping to build is to carry grape- accidentaly discharged, the entire load

four years in a heavy bundle wrapped in fruit from a two hundred acre groveto of small shot entering the upper partof
great waterway. i"T paper and a small dog was the little town of Everglades, whereit the left arm shattering the bone so When You WantA t s

her, and she appered to be as can be given transportation to the that amputation was necessary. The
Representative bird humming softly as Northern markets. CommissionerChickens operation was performed by Doctors i.
as a ,
troduced in the Weeks and Ellis. The patient seems
A. C. L. tracks.
plodded along the Horse A Mule'A
down Miami being
j resolution her name.a1at way are to be resting well with every probab-
refused to give
John Gorrie, ] killed by a strange insect that resembles ility of his untimate recovery.-Perry
; to 'the nation for a small turtle, according to Herald.

: ) in statuary hall one of those heavy west- one of the Mimia newsppers. Here'sthe A
I nation's hall of come jingling over the waters story: "Chickens i n the neighborhood The original "What Is It" was cap- Buggy Wagon

resolution will is a bunch of fish ready for the of Fifth street are in hard luck, tured in Lake Worth a few days ago
branches of who are alert to the game. for there are vast numbers of strange by C. C. DeSoucha, and for a time was

Within a few Moore was over at the beach bugs in that section of the city that on exhibition in a bottle at Ocean A Set of Harness
gressional other day when conditions were are determined to put an end to the Beach. The creature-no one could

arrange a and, for his fun and trouble, chicken breeding industry which has tell whether it was a fish or a reptilewas

take place in brought back 207 pounds of pom- thrived so well on Fifth street in beautiful, yet terrifying. It :
staute is prsented.I which readily brought twenty the past. The, insects look very muchlike was about four inches long, dark olivein Come to See UsWe

1 per pound at the dock. With miniature turtles and appear to color, and was marked with white 4F
With well pompano a big run of a specimen have hard shells similar to that of the spots along the back and sides. A

quarters in full fish, called drum]) .estimated at chelonia. They are very bloodthirstyand long tail, split like that of a swallow, buy in car lots and give our customers p

sonville, the Hon. 60,000 pounds in the bunch, came attack fowls wherever convenient, acted as a rudder, while arms and the benefit of the lowest prices. 1

and the Hon. because because stranded on sapping their vitality and soon killing legs, so to speak, appeared in their .
begun active shore where a large portion failed them. The curious insects with crimnal I proper places. At the extremity of
respective extricate themselves and died. instincts have been found at the : each arm was a webbed hand, with

States Senate. fish are of no benefit except, home of Mrs. Frank A Andrews, on five fingers, and at the extremity of 3 J. W. ANDREWS & SON F

Congressional may be, to supply food for here Fifth street, where they killed fouror each leg a foot, for all the world
t four districts, Many of the pompano five fine hens. They were discovered like the foot of a man. The'creatureused
1 I ficers to be among the drum fish where yesterday by A. A. J. Croucher, the hands and 'feet in wardingoff !

t; has centered itself impossible to extricate them. who put several in a jelly glass and objects thrust near it, and appeared i

t United States Pierce News. I. 1 fastened the lid on. He says the insects to have the same control over Starke, FloridaWftruwutrwuuf1 i
I many respects, had increased many fold sincethey the fingers as has human being. The iJ
r tests of like Miami Herald says petitions 1 were put in the jar, and there: head was especially peculiar. Above ,

The Bronson (( the Florida Drainage Commis- were put hbilylingilyingwwere the nose of a hog and the mouth of a .
Democrat not to assess drainage taxes then several thousand of them. fish were two small, jet black eyes, !
: I< it is the intention says: lands in -Dade county em- None of the chicken raisers: in Lake with lids, which now and then closed.At 1 r

: ; missioners to call nk in the Everglades drainage Worth-and there are scores of themhave first glance the creature appeared + \ \ ,. ;
which were not originally in- but close investiga- ti.
ers under the been troubled by the strangebug to have gills, 1
s law in United States government but are on the lookout for it. tion showed that there was no open-
'j passed this'law at 137, are being circulated in ing, and that the animal, or fish
.: Under precinct in 'the lower part of The endorsement of the war department breathed through its mouth and nose. IN i.

r>, between the ages county, this being the section, of the project for the improvement Along the top of the head and extending STOCK
quired to work of the Ocklawaha is of
owners allege grevious wrong part way down the back wasa
six days in each I I PLANERS RESAWS STEAM
The than local importance. Considered FEEDS
be done property more of sharp, bony points. Mr.
t road fund of the I RIP
of conten- it will furnish
has been a bone merely locally DeSoucha was rowing across the lake TOWER EDGERS TRIMMERS I
$3. This law Tax Assessor J. F. water transportation from Leesburgto I
between when he saw the creature swimmingnear PERKINS SUIXGLE MACHINERY $
bodied male and the state authorities for Jacksonville and to the waterway the boat. As it was unable to ENGINES, up to 40 h. SAWMILLS t
tention to strictly Jaudon contending connections that this city enjoys. This BOILERS to 40 h. ?
months, Mr. dive he caught it in his hat and tookit up Light and Heavy
i J. A. Harris of the drainage commission isthe of itself is a matter of great momentto to shore. It was hoped that the SAWDUST CONVEYORS SLAB CANVEYORS I A

1- on raising in including such lands as the country along the waterway.It creature might be kept alive, but it GASOLINE ENGINES STEAM FEEDS
like it was Park Cemetery, LeJeunes will give water connection from the died two days after bein captured.No DISSTON SAWS STAVE MILLS q

.I yield is greatly and other and all of the prop- Atlantic into the heart of the Floridapeninsula -one in this section ever had scan t SAW BITS for all wakes of saw .

son of the year. embraced in the high ridge be- and for certain products anything like the creature, and many SHAFTING PULLEYS BOXES .
and Cocoanut Grove, in much lower freight rates. But it; is it real- '
las brought no Miami guesses wore made as to what BELTING, 4 grade*-medium to beat g
;' jury than turning drainage district. much more important as a part fa ly was. Although it was beautifully LOG CHAINS CANT HOOKS TONGS ,
.i yellow, and the Frank broader plan. It is only fifteen or colored, and of delicate construction, EVERYTHING FOR THE
careful investigation, SAWMILLWrite
j f banana plantation twenty miles from Leesburg to thethe it was of such weird appearance that j '
well known farmer
the for j
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potato grower A canal connecting the two;
bananas, which information to gulf. saw It-Lake Worth Herald.To V .
tents dozen waterways, one flowing into the Atlantic -
tine for per acreage that will be planted to and the other into the gulf, I ,
?; larger along the East Coast iishas Prevent Blood Poisoning .
this would not be costly and it is safe
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Bradford County Telegraph who writes from I r .. !' ": and after Sunday, January 4, t CHURCHES
I Our correspondent :!:::[ :t: b-3 3 :: : : C PAPIR 114COGKING ,

LI Kissimmee desires information upon iKi accidents: fill the \\oriu vutavo !; 1914, trains will run as follows: ++nmt**++* + ++++++++++H:/

Local and Long Distance Phone some points that have been recently Round the world thought shall fly No. 3, Jacksonville to Tampa, due Baptist ._ I

Number 40 pretty.generally discussed throughout In the twinkling of an eye; at Starke 11:02 a. m.

. the state and that should speedily be Water shall more wonders do; No. 1, Jacksonville to Tampa, due Rev. C. M. Britton, pastor. SnaJ'

determined, for the time when the How strange, yet it shall all be true. Great Perfected by M.I I day schcal9:45 l a. m. Morning ser a
Published weekly, and entered as System at Starke, 11:14 p.m. vice, 11 o'clock; evening service 7.-I

second class matter at the post-office questions will have to be acted uponis I The world upside down shall bAnd Soyer Famous London Chef. No. 15, Jacksonville to Cedar Key, o'clock.Visitors: :cordially invited tof.
be found at root of tree with '
drawing near. I gold ; worship us.
at Starke Florida. .. Starke 3:10
.. .., due at p.m.
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(The questions concern the matter Through the hills men shall ride Episcopal.
informationas BOON TO THE SLENDER PURSE.By No. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville, due
call for
and And horse be at their side.
Editor and Owner registration no
, E. S. Matthews, Starke 2:37 Rev. F. A. Sherrod, rector. Sit <
E. Robbins ___ Associate Editor, to whether it will be necessa'ry for .Under water men shall walk, at p.m. ,
I F. Martha McCuPcch Williams.It Sunday in
and Business Manager voters to register on both the primary Shall ride, shall sleep, shall' talk. is as true as it is piteous that No. 2, Tampa to Jacksonville, due firj every month

I' election books and those for the general In the air men shall be seen 'the poor is destroyed by his poverty. I at Stark::, 4:54 a.m. Christian. :

I Starke- Florid Friday, Fob 6, 1914 I. election, or whether the one registration In white, in black and in green. ." Strength and competence, the I No. 14, Ce'dar Key to Jacksonville, Rev. John Mull dy pastor. Servi'c,,'-1

that for the primary election, Iron shall in water float high roads of escape from poverty, due at Starke 7:45 a.m. es at 3 m. first and third Sunday''-. t:
\ ,. ilorflh.
of the : -
depend health which in
< primarily on
will answer for both. As easy as a wooden boat. Starke and Wannee Brach.
Every dog has his day and every There is very general misapprehension Gold shall be found and shall be shownIn turn depends so much upon food. For Presbyterian.: ,,'tal
these many, many years it has been No. 101 leaves Starke 5:45 a.rn.
cat his night. these points; and the regis- a land that is not known. No regular pastor. Sunday school
upon patent that many of our fellow creatures No. 104 arrives at Starke 2:30 p.m.
tration officer referred to in our cor Fire and water shall more wonders do have been handicapped in the at 10 a. .m. t sMethodist. II
is said to'be
Swat the bedbug! He now Seaboard Limited Trains 9 and 10
'" respondent's letter apparently sharesi And England shall at last admit a Jew race of life by improper food or the :
the of due
cause cancer. No. 9 Jacksonville to Tampa,
nthe popular error. And the world unto an end shall come improper preparation of cheap food Rev. I!. T. Rape, pastor. Sunday

Florida does not care whether the \VP have___. taken__on the trouble to investigate In eighteen eighty-one that would be health-giving: in ample at Starke 12:51 p.m. school at 9:45, a. m. Morning ser <"

groundhog saw his shadow or not. the questions submitted pret- -Addie A. Johns. quantity If prepared properly for the No. 10, Tampa to Jacksonville, due vice, at 11 o'clock; evening service, 7

\ thoroughly, and we have not depended palate. at Starke 6:10 p.m. o'clock. Visitors cordially invited to ;I
1 There Is opening now an avenue of T. J. GRIFFIN, Agent. attend.sijgbF'i. ,:
t Ncthing in the lives of some men upon our own judgment sole- SCHOOL AND CIVIC CLUB. the ,
possible escape. I mean paper
:in i-
, becomes them as well as leaving it. ly, but have consulted other legal Do not forget that the School and bag. By its help the cheap cuts l

; authority, and the conclusion that we Civic Club will hold its regular monthly which alone are within the compassof .\

Nobody can deny that there are have arrived at is, that there will meeting on next Wednesday after- slender purses, may be cooked in

t many good Mexicans-the dead ones. independent such fashion as t) yield the last grainof
,! .-' \ have to be two separate and noon, February 11, at 3 o'clock sharp.All .
registrations. members are urged to be in at nourishment they contain, and be '
1 1
Linco'p. Beachey will soon be flying bettered in the process. Further
for by the tendance. We will meet usual in
I as
The registration {
f t '*, with wings instead of an aeroplane. they will sauce and season much
!, V i -- Bryan primary law, and for which the the High School building. other cheap foodstuff, thereby doubling -

I Morey wi'l make the mare go, but books are now open at the different or trebling its dietetic value. .

l what will make a cantankerous gasoline precincts, is for the primary election DEATH OF INFANT. This can be accomplished through \

ri\ engine go? only. It has no relation to. the gen- The baby son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. the'medium of stews. ,

,..> eral election. Johns, of New River, passed away Meat for stewing may be bought at

; for Saturday morning, January 24, at 3 the lowest current prices-flank, neck
Many a woman flatters herself that The law governing registration
,:. shank-it is all the same to
) she has a husband when she has nothA the general election is what is termed o'clock, after an illness of seen weeks.
; the bag. Have a care In cutting it up,
f ing but suit of clothes. dhas not been Medical skill and faithful nursingwere '
; a "the old law, an that no sharp bones are left project
of too avail and the child's
changed in any important particularof ing. Wash clean but very quickly,
"Aviator Charles K. Hamilton died a late Under the law it isI I suffering was relieved only by death. after cutting un. dry with a damp
years. -- -
-,;'t natural death at his home in New should .- cloth-which is not paradoxical
not required that an elector
:' York City the other day. for election. Thatis I There Were Othert.Qe though it sounds so-season lightly I

t register anew every was a rather persevering young with salt and pepper and let lie for R [\

ti: When the army or the navy gets only: necessary under the primary I I man. and he had proposed to a beautiful an hour in a cool place. Wash the c

1 ;.,, aH the recruits it wants it is a sure law. If a man is registered all righton girl something like a dozen times vegetables carefully, cut them up,,

: t 1 sign of dull times somewhere. the regular books his name will ..I and on each occasion the answer bad and put in cold water.

,."< ., not be removed and it is not required, been a negative one. Still tie persevered Grease a roomy bag very well-a

1 13 "" / have said that he register again. and one night/ on a moonlight walk stew of all things needs not to be
A hen in Atlanta has a boudoir and as we ,
.. I books with the soft south wind blowing skimped in space. Put a thick layerof
a colored maid. Any laying hen can The old county registration
caressingly be omv more started to the mixed vegetables drippingwet
! ;: command such luxuries nowadays.John will most assuredly not be destroyed.The tell her of his wondrous love. at the bottom of It, on that a 1 / ,

officer who ignorantly does so "Della d"ar." he tenderly remarked layer of meat, then more vegetables, f"t

f 4->. Lind does not have to deny I will get himself into most serious ,. throwing way hN cigarette to Jive the rest of the meat, then the last of ,

." or confirm or explain any newspaper trouble. The idea, that the old county'i his eloquence further play "there Is the vegetables, thrusting in among

{ interviews purporting to come from registration books are to be destroyed, something; that I must tell you before them a good lump of fat, either drip-

t jf;. him. has, by a misunderstanding of the law, we return. You have beard It before, pings, butter or lard, that has been
t circulation. It buf- rolled in flour. Pour in a tablespoonful -

A woman in -New York dances the obtained pretty wide notion and if not "Look here. Jimmy" Impatiently Interrupted of water for each pound of meat, It does not require big
is a most pernicious : the beautiful; jrirl. "how fold the bag, clip it extra securely, a
6 tang until she broke her leg and she lead to serious com-
eradicated may many more Mines are you going to ask put in a hot'oven., after ten minutes

is now denouncing the dance as very'} plications an dendless troubles.It me to marry you?" reduce the heat one-half, and cook capital to establish your credit here.

dangerous. will be observed by those who "Not; many. I guess. Delia, dear." from two to three hours dependingon ,

read the primary law that the title i answered the ynnng man with great the bulk. Take up in a deep dish, and the handle
\ Honesty capacity to
f A wise man never attempts to please ,' of it is, "An Act to Provide for and j I frankness. "One of the other three stir well, taste add more salt and your-

I everybody, for he knows that he would Primary Elections." The,| girl* that I am proposing to Is beginning pepper if needed, and serve very hot. self and business satisfactorily count
k order Regulate ." The proportion of vegetables to your !
hate to be wrong in, to pleas of the state requires that !' to show signs of weakenlng.i -
people. constitution i Philadelphia Telegraph. meat may be three to one, or even
some one sub- for deal.
a statute shall relate to but four to one, if there is plenty of extra a great

' Many a man-whose income is far ject, which shall be briefly expressed White Bread.. fat Open an account at this ,bank, maintain your rep- >
3n its title.! The title recited shows have long called attentionto Stew Without Meat-Try out two
i below the limit will pay the income HygienNts utation as a man of character and your credit
that the law was intendedto the serious of the increasing ounces of suet taking care not to
... conclusively consequences
tax in order to gain 'prestige J
among will be established frmly the Rock of
apply only to primary i elections. If i popular preference for white scorch the tissue, but to get it brown soon as as

n his fellows. I elections. had- been designed r bread At present dark colored bread put in enough toasted bread crumbsto Gibraltar.. Young men are especially invited to .

I If Bryan had some- of Lind's reticence i to general be included it would have been so is despised as "peasant's food." In well absorb about the, sprinkle fat entirely with, stir salt them and open accounts. Come in today and talk it over.
I Ij the towns the meanest! workman will
it f I and Lind some of Bryan's stated both in the title of the act and eat only white bread. The flour used pepper then put in a bag in layers

gab, it would be better for everybody in the body of it, by unmistakablewords. for making this bread Is obtained bypassing with sliced tomatoes, sliced carrots,

+, concerned. the meal through a very fine. white potatoes cut as far frying, Bradford Bank ;

.i> .3 -- The attorney general of the state sieve so that it contains hardly anything onions sliced and soaked half an hour County

Major Ashburn, of the medical ,has recently rendered an opinion in but starch and cellulose. White in salt water, also pieces of tart ap-

I ; corps of the United States army, has writing expressing exactly the same bread which plays an important role ple-peeled of course. Season each
layer lightly it in Established 1889 :
as put
you remembering -
v discovered eightfoot giants and bald- conclusions in regard to the meaningof with the French people. is .thus extremely -
always that salt and
'J headed women in China. the registration laws that we have poor in really nourishing food. pepper N. T.Ritch, Pre. W. T. Weeks, Vice-Pret. E. P. Duncan, Cathie .
can be added, but can not be taken
and it is to the increasing consumption
'.' above set forth. His opinion came away. Add bits of butter also if you
Crow" law of Oklahoma of It'that many hygienists ascribe in i
., I The "Jim had want the stew ,
under our eye.after we prepared very rich. Add at the
France the racial enfeeblement the I
I was upheld by the United States Circuit I'the above article.-Tampa Times. very last half a gill of stock, or milk
diminution of stature and even the
( Ccjurt of Appeals in a decision and water, seal bag tight, put in a hot .
present development of tuberculosis.
handed down recently. Is the Florida child labor law which Representation bavp frequently been oven slack heat after five minutes,
.1. and cook
three-quarters of
, : makes it illegal to employ a child widely made on this subject but without hour. an
A snake fight between a '
public the of 14 in mill, effect for the bakers can provide
. under age years any J
(Copyright 1911, by the Associated
rattler and a kin? snake will be stag-
factory, workshop or mechanical establishment only what the public dE'mands.-l'llriJI ,
" Literary Press.) ,
: ed at Punta Gorda soon. Announcement enforced? If not, why Letter to London- lancet
r of the date will be made later. -
l! The production of Kentucky whiskey -- In Circuit Court. 8th Jud cal: Circuit, Brad }
lessened this A New Yorker told the writer that ford County. Florida.C. By Nicolas Soyer, Chef of Brooks' I
will be greatly year.
Jerome was not pursuing Thaw so M. Al'-arez, Complainant, Club, London. ;
In case of a shortage Jacksonvillecan vs. Dried Herrings with Fine Herbs.-
relentlessly; in order that justice Cosmo Alvarez, Mrs. Florence E. Alvarez
furish the Colonels all they need. et-aL Few people know how very nice / \ 1
might be done, but because he was ,
Bill to remove cloud quiet title and correct smoked and dried fish can be when
machine broke Professor getting paid for it by White's rich description in deed. .
A flying cooked in
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, a paper bag and seasoned
,r Samuel P. Langley's heart, but it is friends. I GREETING- ; in the French fashion. Take four .

only a question of time until Lincoln -- It appear'ng, by the sworn bill of complaint dried herrings, bone them fill the .
such matters in the above cause that there are
Beachey's machine will break his neck. Connoisseurs in say persons interested in the property describedin cavities with a little (about half a .
the tango dance make the knees and this bill of Complaint and involved in thia teaspoonful to each fish) finely

; Captain Ezekiel"' Diamond, of San ankles supple, and it probably has suit the names ether than and the residences known of defendants such personsare and minced shallot, or chives, and pars .J.JI

Francisco, is 117 years old and expects the same effect upon the om rfsoal unknown to the complainant, and that in ley. Add a few fresh breadcrumbs I

to live 25 years longer. Optimism the same effect upon the morals of said known t'll persons relief; is. prayed against such un- and tiny bits of butter. If liked a t 1

and rational living conduce to the dancer. Therefore: it is ordered that all parties tiny grate or nutmeg may be added
claiming an interest in the property hereinafter as well as a good dust of pepper. Put
longevity. described or any part thereof under into a well greased bag and bake in i
"Everything has its price, says Joseph T. D llaberry. deceased. J. G. Altarez.
deceased, or tither of them, cr otherwise ti.d the oven for ten minutes. Dish up 1
David said all men were liars in Baby Deslys, and Gaby is right.
all parties claiming an interest in the property and serve as hot as possible. Other ,
his day. Well, honestly now, how 'Every man has his price," said hereinafter described or any part thereof dried fish are excellent prepared in
lying and beinpr in the City of Starke Brad-
many: of the men you have known Horace Walpole," which is not invariably ford County. State cf Florida to-wit: the same way.

intimately wouldn't lie a little if there the case, for we have been 465 feet Eeast and West ly 50 feet Korth RIz Aux Crevettes.-Take four "i 1 .
and South, bounded on South toy land of E. l
i was enough at stake without the price many a time. Johns on East by Street. on West by W. ounces of boiled rice add to it pepper 4 '

tine of SEI, ofNR'i. Sec. 2S. Tn. 6. S. R.2J E. and salt to taste a lump of butter ___ ..... i
States Steel Corporation on North by land Jacob e -&._. \ ir
The United The bald-headed man will approach Star-,e. do appear to the said in Bill the of'City('om-of about the size of a big Brazil nut and :.

is establishing a co-operative the pearly gates with confi plaint on or before the 4th day of May 1!tU. two dessertspoonfuls of finely grated

farm of 12,000 acres in Ohio to supply I dence. It is said, upon good authority, the And sa-ne this being order a be rule published day of th's court.>> cheese. Put this mixture in a well 1 -
once a week for I
foodstuffs to its employees at 'that the gate keeper, St. Peter, is 12 consecutive weeks in Bradford County greased bag and make very hot for

j the cost of production. bald-headed himself, and he will not circulation Telegraph a weekly newspaper of I'enoral six minutes. Then open the bag and ii
published in
said "
Bradford County, stir in gently a few flaked shrimps.!
make such a fuss about the hesitate to admit his bald-headed Flor'da.' Mix in with 4 j
Why .VITXEPS the Honorab'c' J. T. Wills judge lightly a fork. Replacethe :
.x night gown t.:1n 0larried menhae brethren. of said Circuit Court, and also my officialthis bas on the broiler, make hot for

been doing that stunt with signature the 3rd as day well of Febhesry,1191of this Court. another three minutes, then dish up ( }
II has been said for generationsthat 4. at Starke.
babies in their arms eoerf'i1t'e Florida. and serve.Jambon.
colicky a fool is born every minute. The \V. T. Weeks. Clerk Circuit Court Milanalse. Take
invented. six slicesof
night gowns were birth rate of fools at present is much A.By S. R.Crews A. ,Weeks Solicitor, Deputy Clerk. either raw ham or breakfast bacon '
for Cla'mant. look
(L.S.) Boys just it! Isn'tit
i Why not erect one big monument toeterybody greater than it used to be, judgingby Feb. 6-121. machine cut if possible take also ( at :

and everything that anybody the thousands of fakers who are half a pint of cold boiled peas, and if

.thinks" deserves a memorial or waxing fat upon the credulity of peo- How's This? to hand, half a dozen cold boiled new 4

I I will deserve one in the future and ple, apparently with the consent of We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward potatoes. Put the slices into a bag elegant There never j "

settle the monument question forever? Uncle Sam, who allows them to use for any case of Catarrh that and cook them, then take out and add
about the women not the United States mail in carrying on cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh the peas and the potatoes, the latter were shoes in this Uke those "j
Don't worry their nefarious Core. first thinly sliced and cook in the town ,
blowing how to vote. If.I1o. woman F. X CHENEY &: CO.. Toledo O. |i ham fat until very hot. Empty on toa j >-

doesn't understand politic'she can Osceola county doubled its popula- Cheney"We. the for undersigned have known F. J. hotdish and pour over the peas sold by

take a course of instruction by mail tion in five years by subscribing for him perfectly the honorable last 15 yean In all and business believe <' half a pint of very hot well-seasoned

ti. in one of the correspondence schools 500 copies each year of the Kissimmee out transactions and financially able to carry tomato pulp or tomato catsup, whichever 1
any obligations
t f that teach everything from poultry Valley Gazette and' having them sent NATIONAL BANK made OF his firm I tatoes is should arranged The peas as a and border po J. M. ALVAREZ$

;.;.. farming to aviation. These schools to 500 names in the west and other t Toledo, 0. : with the slices in the middle. When
:: will add a course in practical politics sections of the Hall's Catarrh Cure fa taken ; 4
country. Why not acting directly internally: they can be had, half a dozen chicken
.'' to their curriculums for .the benefit other counties ta1y this publicity cons surfaces of upon the system.the blood Testimonials and rau; ; livers greatly improve this dieh. < '

of if necessary.l.: .. scheme a little? Bent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold Copyright STARKE FLORIDA"THE \ _
women Florida Record. ky all Druggists. ( 1911 by Sturgis & Walton ,

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.\. .. School and Civic Club Wednesday )Dr. J. 0. Haynes is making extensive NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE I,T- ;- :*

t: afternoon at 3 o'clock. Important improvements in his' dental .1 l
Notice is hereby given to all WOOD'S FAMOUS :
concerned that : ;
parlors in the Jones' building. He is
1& affairs to be discussed. All members six months after 1
date hereof I will present i
Bits of Local '. remodeling and modernizing the I' S
please attend and bring new members my final returns aa administrator of the
f with them. whole interior, and hereafter will tate of Sallie! S. Chesser, late of es.i i grimmer ; :t jT jj

have two operating rooms, reception county. Florida deceased and apply to jjfi
:tx II Information Dr. W. Harold Tuck and Prof. King parlor, dressing room and lavatory, :I for County Judge of Bradford County Florida mato. '

.. Polk to all of which he will add the most my final discharge. .
were visitors to Starke the week. J. D.
;, IL II c..HrflIttl Omr ?..,fr. 2I..Ift. ...1'Ft modern equipment and will have one Administrator BAXTER. The Peer of 11 tomatoes for \ ;f'ii
Dr. Tuck will deliver his famous lec- of the Estate of Sallie S.
?rq'.jt Ire tin G.n p' tMr. T...... of the best appointed dental offices in 1
Chesser, deceased. large, uniform size and superior
ture, "Facts and Fancies," at the the state. Jan, 26m. table qualities. Market growers i t

j1 y school auditorium tonight. sell l it at more &W double the. !
The latter of this month the ; .
I' A. A. Wainright spent Sanda-; Mrs. H. L. Pierce, of Gainesville, Miss Agnes Mechutt, of Jersey City, School and Civic Club expect to give NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE. price of ordinal{ tomatoes. 'W i
1 Thirty days after the first publication: of
a in Jacksonville. will be the guest of Miss Lois Peek N. J., visited her cousin, Mr. and Mrs. the people of Starke an evening of this Notice I will apply to the Honorable Wood's! 1914 Descriptive Catalog ;: I ;

: Mr. Herbert Bowie has moved his for the musicale concert. W. B. Kuhl, from Friday to Monday.She such entertainment as you have not Ceo. A. Gardiner, County Judge of Bradford gives reports from customers, il:
t enjeyed in years. It will be producedby County Florida for an order to sell at private showing large profits from grow
family to Waldo. Allover lace waists are much worn left Monday for a visit with relatives local talent-and sale the undivided one fifth interest each of :
I forty or more ing variety. Wood's Catalog ;
Daniel Mcrtie Levy, and Fred t'
Cone this season. We have them-Morgan. aqd friends in Ocala. dear little children from the homesof Lindsey'sMinor also tells abctit all the best i
.1" Mr. R. C. of Hawthorne, spent I Heirs of Marrion Lindsey deceased, i
Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones will have our town will keep you between in and to the following piece i '
as parcel or tract ahdGarden
1: ', Sunday in Starke. :Miss Ruby Gornto, of Jacksonville, Farm i
I laughter and tears for two hours or of land situate in Bradford County, Florida
i 1. will be the guest of Mrs. U. G. Turner her guests for the coming musicale and described Seeds. t, "j
S Mr. Perry Dover, of Hampton, was more. Watch out for further an- as follows to-wit:
: for the musicale concert. concert, Mrs. B. E. Jones and Miss Commencing at a point One Hundred feet '
nouncements. It is the of J.R
its issue
in the city Monday. West of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad Tract, thirty-fifth year
Mary Solomon of Jacksonville, and
Mrs. R. M. Sparkman, of Jacksonville Sister Esther Carlotta of St Augustine Thence on the North line of the Southeast' and is more valuable than ever. a
i Sausage Mill. DeWitt C. Jones. Miss Baird, of Gainesville.H. Quarter of Vie Northwest Quarter of Section Mailed free.V rite for it. 1
I visited Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Spark- is seriously ill at her home and Twenty-Six (26) and running South and Par

3r .. Mrs. A. A. Futch, of Hampton, was man Saturday and Sunday. L. Gray of Starke, who operatesa Mrs. S. S. Moore was called to her allel with the said Railroad Three Hundredand T. W. WOOD& SONS. .
in Starke Saturday. Forty-five ((345) feet, thence West on
; I large lumber enterprise at Raleigh, bedside, leaving on the 1 o'clock train' same variation as the section line Six Seedsmen Richmond Va.
:Mrs. J. A. Wainright, of Jacksd:1I Wednesday. Sister Carlotta's Hundred and sixty ((660) feet, thence at right ,
y.. Born Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. ville, is visiting her father, Mr. W. H. was here Saturday. Mr. Gray expectsto many angles North to north line of the above de-
:. Tom Williams girl. I friends in the State will be: deeply scribed (40)) acres, thence East on same line
a his to Gainesville in
move family
i ; Rivers and family this week. of Five
to point beginning. Containing (5))
1.' I the near future.-Gainesville Sun. grieved to learn that she recently sustained acres, more or less All in Section (26)), Town- To Cure a Cold ill One Day
Mr. Thomas Durden, of Hampton, American Wire Fence.. DeWitt C. a severe burn and is now ill ship (5) south of Range ((22) East. fake LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It stops the

,1 ,t. was in the city Monday. Jones. :Mrs. Collie Liddon, who spent the from the effects of the accident. Newsof ILA of the'LINDSEY.Guardian above named, minors. Cough Druggists and refund Headache money aM if works it fails off the to Cold.cure.

past fortnight in Starke, a guest of her improvement will be anxiously Jan. 3051. E. W. GROVE'S signisu'f on each bw. 25c.
Mrs. H. R.
Sapp, Lawtey, was a
'' visitor to Starke Monday.Mr. Col. W. T. Weeks has had the interior her sister, Mrs. A. H. Freeman!, and awaited by many friends throughoutthe -- -' ------ -- ---- --. -- _-_ -_ T- L tIf

of his fine home on Cherry other relatives and friends, returnedto State.-Tampa Times. r

W. L. Thomas, of Dukes, was t street repainted and decorated. Jacksonville Saturday afternoon. = 1s 1
Tonight, (Friday) in the high school r '
in the
county seat Monday. I. ,
I Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Dover moved Miss Irene Mabel, who has been em- auditorium, Prof. Harold ((Tuck, the TIRES-TIRES-TIRES N

f Mr. J. H, Johns, of New River, was from South street to the A. S. Crews ployed as trimmer in the Hopson greatest philosopher and phun makerof J I

\. I in the county seat Monday.. ( cottage on Walnut street Tuesday. millinery parlors for several months, the American platform, will deliver Buy Your Tires Direct At Lowest :
f left Friday for her home in Atlanta, one' of his most humorous and enjoy- i ,
For I Wire fencing for field and pasture
: I dry goods. Leviton. ,j Ga., spending a few days with friendsin able lectures viz. "Facks and Prices. .
j still going. Prices and quality talk .. .
j' f' Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Austin, of Sunny- Jacksonville Fancies." Prof. Tuck is anfducator, ':
at iTfoj Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. :
By'buying and direct from the factories
'a contracting J .
side, were in the city Saturday. impersonator and orator of real ability -
I The School and Civic Club meets Mr. N. J. Moore and family visited and all who hear him tonight are for tires in large quantities for spot cash, we are :,

.' Mrs. M. C. Todd, of Fort 'Myers, Wednesday afternoon, February 11, .Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Sparkman Satur- assured of an evening of especial enjoyment able to offer them at a great money saving price ; t .
and Mr. Moore has
visiting Mrs. S. J. day Sunday.
Sternberg. I I at 3 o'clock, in the high school Build- the Kellum farm near New purchased Prof. Tuck comes to us direct to the consumer. A saving of from 35'to 60 I :. ,

Apalachicola ing.j under the auspices of the School and ,
oysters. J. F. Kick- cent. :
River and has moved from Jackson- per '
i Civic Club. The admission will be
.' liter. ,
t *-" i j :Mrs. Ethel Sternberg Barber and ville to that place. 25 cents for adults; school children 15 When you buy tires from us you get full value, and i i.

| '' Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Norman, of near, beautiful little daughter, Angie, vis- Mrs. Will Kickliter and little cents. don't have to pay the dealer's profit, salesman's il', }

j e Raiford, were in Starke Monday. i. ited end. friends in Jacksonville the week- .daughter, of Stuart, arrived in Starke Deputy Sheriff W. W. Baisden hasa commission and other high selling and overhead ex- ., t.

1 Mr. J. S. Griner, of Brooklyn, was ,Thursday to attend the funeral of her pair of Spanish ducks that excite penses. We sell tires direct to consumer at jobbers *; i*j

3 in Starke on business Saturday. Mr. James Wainright, of Jacksonville grandmother, Mrs Addie Johns, who the interest of all beholders. Theyare prices and YOU GET BIG VALUE AND EXACTLY I'

ii I spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. died Wednesday at the home of her WHAT YOU PAY FOR. i'
so large and unusual in ;
j appear-
Miss Eva Loadholtz, of Lake Butler,, G. W. Wainright in the Wateroak son, Mr. M. L. Johns. t
was shopping in Starke Saturday. section. : ance that they cause much commenton Shrewd auto owners compose our customers among : .

I If the person who found a bill-fold the part of those who see them them are bankers, merchants, lawyersi doctors, .

J' Mr. IL B. Wiggins and family, of Chiffon and net rufflings' in white Saturday afternoon containing money for the first time. They are almost as planters and 'men in all lines who know values and I '

1 Hampton, were in Starke Saturday, 'I and blue, at Morgan's. and a return railroad ticket f/om large as the common varieties of geese realize the advantage of buying direct. t ;,

will the and have green and gray plumagewith
I Starke to Chicago, return
; American wire fencing 24, 34, 46, Mr: D. W. Moore, a large fruit and Mrs. Cole Starke white stripes on the breast. During the past winter automobile month eke securedsome
ticket to Margaret ,
88 inches. Hull's Department Store. vegetable grower and 'shipper of I excellent"leals from the factories and offer .
.' ''no questions will be asked. Their big heads are blood red on each now our .

New ribbons and silks for trim Theressa, was in Starke on business side and they have a pointed strip of purchases at the following prices: t .

mings, in stripes and plaids, at Mor :Monday. I The B. Y. P. U. will give a song feathers on the top of the head which Among our tires are Diamond, Goodyear, Quaker, Nassau f I

gan's. I Comity Treasurer F. N. Andrews service, Friday 'night, February 6th, begins at a point at the root of the Empire, Fisk and others.of equal quality. i

of Lake Butler attended the ?I! at the Baptist church, beginning at 7 bill and widens gradually toward the All Tires Guaranteed Fully Note These Prices Carefully 1 J
: meeting
Mrs. A
; S. Crews is visiting her o'clock. An interesting program has back of the head.GALVANIZED.
of the board of
sister, Mrs. J. R. Kelley, at Madison, county been arranged and all friends are invited '
Fla. to attend this service. I
28x3 7.20 1.65 1.90 1.35
I Dr. A. P. Montague, of Lake City, 30x3 7.80 1.95 2.20. 1.40 '
Rev. B. T. Rape was in Jenningsthis Mrs. J. N. Randall, of "Tilfreds t
30x3 1-2 10.80 2.80 3.10 1.90
of Columbia
president College, preached -
week for several days on business hadden," Lawtey, was a vistior to 31x3 1-2 11.00 2.90 3.20 1.S5 1 '
I I morning and evening at the Baptist
j, Starke Tuesday. She was ac m- 32x3 1-2 11.90 2.95 3.25. 2.00 II
I i church Sunday. 34x3 1-2 12.40 3.00 3.30 2.05
Mrs. Doane and
partied by guests
Mrs. M. V. Hazel has returned from I Ii WELLCURBINGis 3014 13.10 3.10 3.40 2.20
i :.Mrs. R. E. Roundtroe of Miss Allan, and attractive little niece,
a visit to her daughter at Glen St. I( Orange inexpensive and keeps the water 31x4 13.45 3.20 3.60 2.35:
Heights, was the guest 'of Mr. and Louise Randall, all of Cincinnati.The 32x4 13.70 335 380 2 40 ,
t Marys. clean and healthful. Light and easy l
I I from 33x4 14.80 3.50 3.90 2.15
B. Kuhl and
Mrs. W. family
Ladies' Musicale will give a to handle. Warranted to give satis 34x4 16.80 3.60 4.00 2.00
Mr J. E. Jl Wainright, of the Friday to Monday. f:
I concert Friday evening, February 13, faction. Call or write, 35x4 17.25 3.75 420 2,70
Wateroak section, was in the city 36x4 17.85 3.90 4 25 2.80()
The ladies of St. Mark's Guild will at the school auditorium, under the QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. 3-1x41-2 18.00 480 5.10 3.40
'1" Monday. .1.1A .1t
conduct a food sale at A. M. Darby's direction of Mr. Cyril R. Tyler. Seats 35x4 1-2 18.75 4.85 5.20 345

i .Attorney T. R. Fielding, of Gainesville store Saturday afternoon, February 7, are now on sale at the Starke Drug 30x4 1-2 19.45 4.90 5.30 3.iO
31x41.2 21.50 5.10 5.40 3.70 i
i was in Starke Monday on legal beginning at 2 o'clock. Store. Admission 50 and 35 cents. 36x5 2300 5.80 6.20 4,00' 1 l

.. t business. I 37x5 24.00 5.90 6.35 4, 20 1
I I Rev. E. A. Sher rod delivered a Mr. F. E. Poole, who has been pros .

Kiln dried dressed lumber at $12 I; masterful lecture at the Episcopal pecting around Starke for a locationfor ..........f ........ We can furnish all other sizes, non-skid 10 per cent higher.Our .
l' per thousand. Quigley Lumber & church Sunday evening upon the sub- several weeks, left his family here + supplies of these tires u limited, so we advise early ordering. Remember : 1

Supply Co., ject, "Belief in Jesus Christ. Monday and returned to'his old homeat .. + CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING they are new, clean, fresh, fully guaranteed goods. All high -
+ grade goods that will give best service t
; Hannibal, Mo., to make arrange ++++*+++**++++++++* 1
TERMS 5 cent ;' rl it full amount accompanies order. C. 0:D. '
; Mr. W. E. Torode, a prominent business Mr. Steven Williamson and Miss per ,cet
ments to locate here permanently.At receipt of 10 cent of cost Prompt shipments. Money return- t
upon per
i : man of Lawtey, was in Starke Mary Cherry, of Maxville, came over
FOR SALE-Choice building lot on ed if unable to fill order. Send u* trial order now. ;
Thursday. Sunday to spend a few days with the school house tonight you can]I West Madison street, size 70 x 214; t
Dayton '
I' Rev. and Mrs. W. F. Malphurs.Mr. spend a.delightful evening and incidentally price $350. E. S. Matthews. ,
Mr. W. Holzendorf of St. .
: George Jan 30St.
help the School and Civic
i George, Ga., was in Starke on business N. Sternberg and family moved
.... Club, which is doing so much for FOR SALE-Ford Runabout tr
.j' Monday. Monday from the A. S. Crews cottage your town. Be on hand at 8 o'clock. Newly painted. Good condition. -

j on Walnut street to the Andrews cot- DEWITT JONES, .
Mr. V. J. Valentine is giving his Admission 25 cents for adults. All -
tage on South Thompson streetMiss -
school children 15 cents.
house on North Walnut street a new -"g i

dress of paint. Margaret Pfaler, of Gaines- The W. C. T. U. entertainment at FOR RENT-Five room house. Applyto -

..' Waffle cloth in black or blue and ville, filled her regular all-day engage- the school auditorium last Friday J. W. Morgan. 1-30-tf GOOD BUSINESS PROPOSITION FOR NEW YEAR .
ment here Saturday, instructing her
C. white, at Morgan's-Very stylish. evening attracted a crowd that taxed :
1'.' class in art and reed basketry. the capacity of the hall. The pro- "OR SALE CHEAP-One second The Raiford Grocery Co. is now opened

Attorney A. S. Crews was in Mac- was rendered in a pleasing hand 4horse power gasoline en-
McCormack very
Bruce Davis and Howe up and wants to submit the following pricesto
and Lake Butler on legal busi- gine in first-class condition. Quig-
". clenny of Gainesville, students of Masseys manner and the audience responded '
Wednesday. when collection ley Lumber & Supply Co. the general public:
t- ness Business College, Jacksonville, spent liberally a was,

!,: Miss Louise-Belle Brown will visit Saturday and Sunday in Starke. taken.for the good of the temperancecause. WANT-purchasers or renters for We have just received a car of Nellie King }

\ ? Ottie Grey for the musicale concert Silk poplins and crepes in plain some good farms on liberal terms. flour. Every barrel of this flour is guaranteed and

r on the thirteenth. and brocaded effects, for spring wear Mrs. H. M. Snyder, who is at present D. E. KNIGHT. Starke. A2-26 tf. if not perfectly satisfactory money refunded. It is '

t' 1 County Commissioner Lafayette at Morgan's. A cordial invitation is, JIving) here witfi her parents, FOR SALE OR RENT-My place of made out of soft winter wheat and is just from the
A. H. Green has
>, Thomas, of Clay county, was in I extended to you, to inspect them. Mr. and Mrs. just 31 acres. H. P. Fouts. Plant City. mills and has the same good flavor that flour usedto
", returned from a visit to her husbandat 1-
;;' Starke Saturday.r. I Lard Cans. DeWitt C. Jones. Lakeland,where he is buying straw Fla. .8t. have when the mills made only the pure wheat t

Mrs J. T. Amberseer of Bell City, I Mrs. L. D. Gunter will have as berries for a large commission house. FOR SALE-200 bushels seed pea into flour. 1

.:? Ala., is visiting her parents, Mr. and : guests for the musicale concert, Mrs. Mrs. Snyder says there is much fine nuts at 4 cents per pound f o. b. Lpwell Price_______________uuu__ $5.50 per Barrel

;.: Mrs. James Kite. I I E. 0. Sayles and Mrs. Mill, of Lawtey, fruit grown at Lakeland, especially Fla They are N. C. flat vine No.1 Timothy Hay ______0____ .___ 1.60 100 f

: Miss Roseland Tuttle, of New York. stra i'berries. variety and all new crop. H. T. Hall Corn_______________________ .__ .___ 1.70 Sack

1 Miss Kate Livingston and Mrs. A. L. I Lowell, Fla. 1-16-4t Best White Clip Oats_______________ 1.80" 1
few days in Jacksonville of Tate Powell, former editor of the
Kim a W. ,
spent and Mrs. George
von j Mr. "
f. I' Wheat Bran, right from mills_____ 1.75" :
[' this week. I Atlanta, Ga., who are making a tour Standard, is no\\i in Murphy, N. C., FOR RENT-7-room house, 4 acres of 20 Pounds Sugar_-.______________... 100 : .
1 1of in Starke Monday, where he is city editor of the Chero- land and all buildings, $10 .C
Futch of Lake the state, were necessary 14 2-pound cans Tomatoes_ ___ 1.00 43
G. ,
T. -- --
!I 6 r" Attorney in the county seat on on their way to points farther south. kee County Chief. He wants to dis- per month. B. T. Rape, Starke, Fla 6 Pounds Good Green Coffee____ 1.00 #

.... Butler, was Brad- pose of his property here and investit 1-30-4t. 14 Cans Van Camp Milk__.________ 1.00 j .
: business Monday.Mrs. I The foundations of the new in the there. His wife and
paper ___ ______ '
: I 100 Bushels Seed Peanuts -- 1.25 per Bushel
D. E. Knight's invited guest ford County Bank Building have son are with him, having gone there FOR SALE-20 acres Woodlawn' 25 Pounds Rice____ _____.._--__--___ 1.00 .

.' for the musicale is Mrs. Chas. Lar- ; laid and the walls are beginning to. 'from Lake Butler about three weeks land in the famous Wateroak section 10 Cans Peaches___--_______ ,___ ____ 1.00 ;
rise above the level of the sidewalk.D. ago.-Macclcnny Standard. Price $300 M J. HUTSON, Geneva,
son, of Fort Pierce. 24Lbs. Diamond Self Rising Flour .75 '

C. Chase, Jr., contractor and Hon. A. V. Long, State Attorney, Florida.
t" Mr. G. W. and E. N. Hazen, and We will make all other groceries in pro- ,
builder, painting, decorating was here Tuesday from his home at
a J ? Brooker, were in the county capital paper hanging. Phone No. 1, Starke, Starke, having come on matters pertaining FOR SALE-120 acres woodland, 2 portion.We. '
1 on business :Monday. miles southeast of Starke, well timbered -
Feb. 6-2t
Fla. to' the Circuit Court. Accom- sell everything one dollar packages }
$10 an acre. Carter Newsom,
See our new white and blue crepewaistsMorgan's. panying Solicitor Long was Hon.
Master Walter Kuhl, who was shot Starke, Fla. 1.30.4t up. A part "of everybody's business solicited -
of thai
George A. Gardiner, judge |
air rifle
in the eye last week by an ,
Court. Judge Gar- ;
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Crews, of will not lost the sight of his eye and Bradford County FOR SALE-Sixty acres of good
Lake Butler, were in Starke on a will soon be able to remove the diner and has they numerous were friends glad to in see Gainesville him.- strawberry or truck land, between Jio.3Mt A. L. CREWS, Manager J i ;

), shopping trip Monday. bandages. Gainesville Sun. Starke and Hampton-Bargain price.

W. R. Mealey. Starke, P. 0. Jan.233t. .
-Telegraph; $1.50 year. Shoes at Leviton's. _. ----- I tHf

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t WARSHIPS falayala, were the headquarters of the Sale of School Bond TER 4888 LAWS OF FLORIDA
ravager Laffite. One of the bloodies Hereby notice is given that on or before Hereby notice is given that T. J. Alderman -
of noon of Monday the 9th day Of February
he hundreds
pirates, gathered together -
at the office of F. G. Scheu, superintendent purchaser of Tax Certificates numbered
of violent men and a dozen or bt imohc instruct for ttrautora County, 111, I respectively and issued bf the Tax Collectorof General Insurance Worn Out?,
: so vessels and ruled as a king. In Starke. Florida, the undersigned will receive i
Bradford and each of sad;
County Florida
VISIT fESTIVAL such a kingdom there is always dissension bids for the purchase of school bonds to 1 be :
school district numbered Certificates bearing date hereinafter. set forth:
special tax
issued by
and Gasparilla, after a dls- No doubt you are, if
I agreement with Laffite over some of Twenty-two of Bradford County. : Tax Certificate No. 2:!, dated June 3rd, 1907. I suffer from of the .
in the sum of $8,000.00 said bonds to be dated you any
the loot, broke away from the band, January 1, 1914. payable to bearer thirty Certificate No. 91 dated June 3rd 1907. Certificate represent none but FIRST-CLASS numerous ailments to

TO BE IN TAMPA HARBOR GASP. took the ship he commanded and the< years after the date thereof with interest i at- No 28. dated June 1st. 1908. Certificate companies and will be constantly on the P which ail women are sub! '

bloody crew who did his bidding and the rate of 6 per ant first pr annum of payable January semiannually and No. 136 dated June 1st. 1908. Certificate ject. Headache, backache -
RILLA WEEK. sailed across the gulf to the coast of July! of each on the year. No. 139, dated June 1, 1908. CertificateNo alert to promote your interests. Guarantee 4 sideache, nervous- I

I" Florida. Each bidder for the whole or any part of 47 dated June 6th. 1910. Certificate No. courteous treatment all patron ness, weak, tired feeling
Battlers Pensacola settlement even bonds will be required to deposit with oi the
of Several Nations Will Add to was a such 49 dated June 5th 1911. Certificate; No. 98 are some symptoms
then, but down the long stretch of tin his bid in cash or by certified check payableto A well written policy by a firgt-clasi and you must nd ,
the Sights City Is to Show the order of the Board of Public Instruction dated June 5th 1911 has filed said Certificates ,
Florida coast there was hardly another of them in order
Florida 5 cent yourself .
Its Guests for Bradford County. per in office and has made application for agent in a first-class company some- :
bay that had even a tlsherman'shut of the total amount of any such bid to secure my to feel well. Thousands .
iWarships along the shore. Hiding places: compliance wth the terms of said bid. Tax Deed to issue in accordance. with law. times means much in case of loss by fire cf women, who have
of several nations will] the The Board of Public Instruction for the following benefited this
there were in plenty among keys; The said Certificates embraces the been by

Tisit Tampa during the Gasparilla festh'al and bays of the coast. County of Bradford. L.State W. KICKL1TER.of Florida.BY lands in Bradford County. Florida assessed H. C, RICHARD Star&e Fla. P remedy, urge you to >

February :2124. Assurance was Found Haven on Gasparilla Isle. Jan 9-Stt Chairman. at the date of the issuance of such certificates i
given the men of the Gasparilla committee On the island where the phosphate! inthenames and under the dates respectively TAKE .

early in January that subma port of Boca Grande is now located, NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS hereinafter particularly set forth, twit -

Tines and torpedo destroyers of the Gasparilla found the haven he was: the Bradford :
received by
will be -
United States fleet would be handto the Sealed bids CERTIFICATE NO. 22 embraces Lot 51.
on seeking. It blocked one entrances School Board at Starke. Fla. until
5.S.. R. 22 E. 10
in Woodlawn See 13. Tn .
escort the Gasparilla craft up the< of Charlotte Harbor in anyone ; 12 o'clock noon. Feb 9th. 1914. for the erection < assessed Lillian W. Foss. I Cardui
bay. Secretary of the Navy Daniels of a dozen of whose smaller bays: and completion of a two story brick acres CERTIFICATE NO. 91 .embraces Lot 4 COFFINS CASKETSAnd I
Fla. i in
erected at Starke
house to be 1
o has given orders which set four submarines and creek mouths there was plenty ol accordance with the plans and specifications Sec. 18 Tp 7. S. R. 20 E. 80 acres assessedW. I ft Full Line ofUndertakers' ,
and a monitor In motion on i a chance for him to escape prying eyes. as prepared and furnished by Tallcy & Summer Frank Malphurs.
4 leisurely trip from Norfolk, which will This must have been about the year Architects, Jacksonville, Fla. CERTIFICATE NO 136. embraces NW>4 of Supplies <.
bring them into Tampa Bay before the< 1800. Gasparilla built a mansion on Each bidder must accompany his bid witha Sari See 16 Tp 7, S R. 21 E 40 acres asses- The Woman's TonIc
celebration has opened. Torpedo boatsof the isle and here he lived like a certified check for 2 per cent of the amountof ed UNKNOWN. Always on hand. The beet service f
the bid made payable to the County School CERTIFICATE NO. 139 embraces SEA of
,. the United States Atlantic squadron king with his bloodthirsty pirates a6 Board, as an evidence of good faith that he SWH Sec 30. Tp 7, S. R. 21 E. 40 acre at the lowest prices. Special Mrs. Sylvania Woods, f '

are also expected. the courtiers. will if awarded the contract execute an indemnity Assessed UNKNOWN. attention to Telegraph Orders P Clifton Mills, Ky., says: \
The consuls of Great Britain, Italy, There was not wanting ladies in this: bond in the sum of 50 per cent of CERTIFICATE NO. 47. embraces NW% of '
Cuba, Spain and France are making court. the contract price for the faithful performance NE% of NW \\ Sec 24, Tp 5 S.R. 22 E. 10 "Before takingCardui, j J
is lisenced
of the contract in a company that Registered Embalmer
possible effort for femi- acres assessed Louis H. Hill. I was at times so weak I
every to get warships Gasparilla had a great eye by the State of Florida and acceptable t t.o ,
from their countries here for the Gas- nine beauty and his course of action the County Board. Bids are to be addressedto CERTIFICATE NO. 49 embraces S1ofNE- could hardly walk, and }
chairman, and markedBid V Sec. ?4. Tp 5, S. R. 20 E, 80 acres assesse ,
L. W.
'I parilla also occasion.that There is a likelihood when taking a ship was always tIle on School House. UNKNOWN. DeWITT C. JONES the pain In my back and
will have
Germany a same. Plans and specifications may be obtained CERTIFICATE NO. 98. embraces SEH of bead nearly killed me. '
cruiser in port, as steps were taken "Overboard with the men; save the from the architects office, No. 315 St. James NW!. See 17, Tp 6. S. R. 22 E. 40acres assessed Successor to G. C. Livingston & Co.
through the foreign ministers to this: women!" was his invariable order. Building. Jacksonville Fla. by depositing. R. J Raulerson. I After taking three bottles '

country to secure such action on the But it was this practice that lea this < $25.00 with the architects. If plans are specifications UNLESS said Certificates shall be redeemed I Starke, Fla. of Cardui, the pains dis
are returned in good: condition ac- according to law Tax Deed will issue
part of the foreign navy departments. ruin. His depredations were reported Now feel asvrsllasleverdid.
the deposit
4 companitd with a bona fide bid thereon the 23rd appeared.
on day of February A. D.
s Consul R. M. Ybor of Cuba has practical to the United States governmentand will be returned, otherwise the deposit will Every

assurance that the gunboat Cuba a frigate sent to the gulf waters: be kept by the architects as expense incurred 1914.WITNESS my hand and seal of said C urt.
.-l will be on hand. Vice Consul E. W. to run him down. for furnishing the drawing.The on this 21st. day of January A. D. 1914. suffering woman should ."
'11 Monrose of this city regards the After a long chase through the Ten School Board bids.reserves the right to reject W. T. WEEKS. try CarduL Grtabottletoday. K

i chance of there being a representative Thousand Islands, and up and down The any Board ro all of Public Instruction for Bradford Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford County Fla. For Weakness and Loss of AppetiteThe E-68 '-

i of the French navy here as beingof the coast the pirate was cornered In County, Florida. By R. A. Weeks Deputy Clerk. Old Standard general strengthening tonic -

the brightest. Consul Colombo IS Lemon bay as he was trying to make BY L. W. KICKLITER Jan 23-5t Malaria GROVE'STASTELESSchiBTONIC and ,drives out .
the A
Chairman up system. true tonic
the Italian consul. He is backed InI his way through Gasparilla sound into Jan 9-5L and sure Appetizer. For adults and children. We. WRheumatism
I his request by the many Italian rest- 'Charlotte Harbor. COMMUNITY PLAN. RI

dents of the city, and L'Unione Italian I A bloody battle ensued. The piratewas ORDER OF PUBLICATIONIn ,

which wishes to entertain an ItalIan no coward and his crew fought, the Circuit Court, 8th Judicial Circuit, Experiments Being Made By Depart- :

\ warship and crew during the car. as they well knew, with halters; Bradford County. Florida

4 nival. Consul A. Nistal likewise bas: around their necks. Few were left, Bradford County Bank, a Corporation, ment of Agriculture. r:

t confidence that the Spanish government according, to the tradition that nas VS L al i .
Hillman Company, a corporation. *
W. J.
l: will not overlook the celebration, come down. Gasparilla was one a. Bill to Rmove Cloud and Quiet Title Washington, P. C., Jan. 22.-Com- "lar

t more particularly as the name of a the captives, so the story runs, and To All Whom it May Concern, Greeting: munity live stock breeding is one of ,
L t Spanish sea rover, Jose Gasparilla Is suffered the speedy penalty of his It appearing by the sworn bal of complaint the latest Blood Poison h,
commemorated the occasion.An at the in the above entitled cause that there are persons applications of
1 t by crimes. In short, he was hung
(, An opportunity will be given the visHOTS yard arm of his own boat. the said interested bill of in complaint the property; and involved described in in its researches that is being encour- U Scrofula, Malaria 11t

t to the city to go aboard the warchips One legend has it that the frigate this suit other than the known defendant. aged by the Department of Agriculture. { s

which will tie up at the dOCks! burned out the pirates' nest, root ana I and that the names and residences of such Skin Disease

fi In this city, and there will thus ban < branch, and destroyed the home. Another persona are unknown to the complaint. and
the said bill relief is prayed against It has made in this line I
that in a start with]
r educational feature to the celeara endured for
story has it that it such unknown persons ; Became it Purifies i
r. lion for it is an unusual opportunity many years though avoided by the occasional Therefore it is ordered that all parties Winchester, Va., where there are a F O R

for the people of inland towns to seethe fishermen who landed on thai claiming an intenst in the property herein- lot of live breeders and where the the Blood f
There is doubt that: haunted after descr tied or any part thereof, underG.
war boats. no coast, who felt that it was
W. Rcboison deceased! late of Alachua pure stock idea has taken hold and<
this feature of the celebration will be This story has it that the old place County Florida or under Fred M. Lewis or BEAD WHAT NOTED PZOPLE BAT f! 1t

attractive to many. was finally struck by lightning in one otherwise, and all parties claiming an interest promises to spread. LIPPMAN'S GREAT REM DY-P. P. P. cj
of the tropical storms that sometimes in the property hereinafter described or Tie idea is to make any community
thereof, lying and being in the writes Rabbi Solo, of the Sarunth Con.
the and destroyed. any part Dr. AHdredre. Regency Texas : wa,
sweep keys County of Bradford, State of Florida, to-wit: where live stock is reared a center "It it the leading blood purifier." relation,writes "Had seven attacks of
i Certain it is that it is gone thoughold N'- except 15 acres on East side of S. for pure-bred stock. In the case of: Whitehead,Hetcalfe Ga,prescribes Malarial fever lasting from a week to ten
GASPARILLA WAS residents say remains of the place A. L." Ry in NE'i. of Section 1 : N%. except It. and with P.P.P. completely cured J. days. I took your medicine as a forlorn
TT if. were still to be seen when they came Err of NE% of NW 4 and WU of NWHNE of Winchester, the farmers there are being H. Davidson, ho.had suffered fifteen hope but now". confess that P.P.P. was '
of NW>4 and NW% years with blood poison and sores. a real benefit.
of Section2 N"i
i. ;
into that country in the days of the : encouraged to go in for a standard .
of NE'i of Sect'on 12 ; NU of Lot 12 and IT WILL HELP YOU, TOO-AT ALL DRUCCI8T8-.OO
s. all of Lots 22. 23 24. 27. 30. 31. 32, 33. 35. breed, whether it is horses, cattle,
PIRATE CHIEfTAIN Treasure Seekers Pock Mark the Coast 36, 37, 38 of Section 14 ; Lot :34 of Section 11) chickens. F. V. LIPPMAN SAVANNAH GEORGIA
Even no* on Coral Creek, near all in Township 5 South Range 22 East. do pigs or

; Lemon bay, in sight of where the Char- appear to said bill of complaint on or before The Department, on its experimental -
1914, the same being;
the 6th day of April
.. lotte Harbor and Northern railroad :a rule day of this Court: and that this order farm at Beltsville, Md., has a fine
takes to the water in the two mile be published once a week for 12 consecutive ..
outfit of chickens. They are not con ..
t of sound, treas- Bradford County Telegraph, a --- __
RAVAGED COAST OF FLORIDA\ crossing Gasparilla weeks in the j -.u
ure hunters are seeking $11,000OOC weekly newspaper of general circulation in fined to a single breed, though each

4.t EARLY DAYS. in buried gold, believed to have been said WITNESS Bradford the County Honorable, Florida. J. T. Wills strain, of course, is kept separate.

the property of the dead pirate. It Judge of the said Circuit Court and also my; The farm produces barred rocks, buff .
1if was buried in a long boat which was off-cial stature as well as the seal of this -
Exploits Are Bound
t Up the Traditions sheathed with cement, so the story Court. this the 31st day of December, 1913, at orphingtons, Rhode Island reds and JOHNSON & ANDERSON

of the Land of Sunshine. goes to make it water tight, then sunkin Starke, Florida. W. T. WEEKS Wy'andottes. There are, of course,

0 I! \ His Story the little creek.It Clerk Circuit Court more chickens than the farm wantsto AUTOMOBILE LIVERY SERVICE
s of that A. Weeks. D. C.
is this story Gasparilla By R.
the of chickens
and surplus ;
which bears his A. V. LONG AND J. E. FUTCH carry
They there's Ye Mystic
say nothing In aname,, for Complainant STARKE .
r but that's not true. name keeps alive. 1.9.13t and eggs is regularly sold, usually to ,

{ 1 Could any better name have been Isn't it a great foundation for a PUBLICATIONIn the clerks in the department, who I

i I chosen for a South Florida festival Carnival? Could any better name be the Circuit ORDER Court.OF 8th Judicial Circuit absorb all the surplus output.It RATES FOR ROAD TRIPS :
x than the Gasparilla Carnival? designed?
cannot be said that the division
Bradford County
Think of the legends that gather Hampton one passenger $1.50,round trip$2; two passengers
Edward W. ManleyVS. of animal industry is yet making the
over head
a bay about
$2, round trip $3. Lawtey and Sampson City same rates as
a name and fame of Gasparilla! department self-supporting by its
Think of Mfcr: W. J. Hillman Company tot. al. Hampton. Raiford one passenger $3, round trip $4; two
the possibilities for the bizarre Me ,IN TAMPA Bill to Rmove Cloud and Quiet Title sales, but the chickens and eggs from pas-
and the unusual that the old sengers $4, round trip $5. Lake Butler one $3.50 ,
pi To All Whom jt May Concern. Greeting: farm bring in from passenger .
the frequently
rate's history gives! fE6 It appearing by the sworn bill of complaint round trip $4.50; two passengers $4.59, round trip $6. All otter
Think of the advertising value for in the above entitled cause that there are per- $40 to $60 a mnoth.
described in points at proportionate rates. Special rates to parties. Cars
interested in the property
1 Florida there Is In the chickens that sold for eat-
name The are
and involved in
bill of complaint
the said handled by careful drivers.
.. Gasparilla! 21.222323.2'11'r this suit other than the known defendant. ing are merely culls from the flock, /
Who or what is Gasparilla? asks and that the names and residences of such ,
the stranger within our gates. persons are unknown to the complainant and but the farm is commencing to sell Careful Attention to Repair Work

u* Is it a Pullman car or a breakfast that in the said bill relief is prayed against breeding stock In the case of Win-
such unknown persons :
f, food or a cigar or a race horse? they 1l h Therefore it is ordered that all parties Chester the chicken raisers of the ,
ask. claiming an interest in the property herein-
s Listen, gentle stranger. M after described, ot any part thereof underG. community have agreed to concentrateon

Gasparilla W. Robinson, deceased late o fAlachua barred rocks. They are a good
was a pirate, and It is his
County Florida or otherwise; and all parties -
exploits and history that furnish the claiming an interest in the property here- general-purpose fowl, both for eggs -

theme for the Carnival Tampa is to Inafter described, or any part thereof lying and eating and for this region they
l give oa February 21 to 24. to-wit:
+ Gasparilla was the name chosen for The South half of Sections one and two have the advantage that any mottled r.
in the County of Bradford. State of Florida,
t ; t the pirate king and crew. The famous in Townshrip 6 South Range 22 East. do appear chicken has over a white of being less

: sea rover's name has been made I to the sad bill of complaint on or before shining| marks for hawks. In the
more famous by the band of Tampansand the 6th day of April. 1914. the same being -
a rule day of this Court; and that the region of Beltsville farm, hawks are NOTICE "
their celebration and --1
now r,} J 1A7ALLWEE order be published once a week for 12 consecutive
all Florida joining in the celebration, I yeeks in the Bradford County Telegraph plentiful and they are particularly 'J.

1 ,, and all the world contributing VIsIt. tt weekly newspaper of general circulation deadly to white chickens. '

ors, Gasparilla will become symbolic in the said Bradford County Flor- The Winchester chicken breedersare OFG.
of the truly gallant cut-throat. Each !
the Honorable J. T. Wills
year the members of the Gasparilla Judge of said Circuit Court and aIM my; now making a specialty Ply-

crew elect their king and queen, and official signature as well as the seal of this mouth Rocks, and the department ex- S. Watterson & Co., Hampton, Fla. 'Ik

: the maids of honor, keeping secret Court. this the 31 day of December 1913, at presses the hope that Winchester will

their choice until the night of the cor- Starke Florida. W. T. WEEKS. February 16th-17th.
be known headquarters for
as a
onation ball. SHOW IS FREE TO ALL Clerk Circuit Court soon "'"

Then, amid the acclamation of,their By R. A. Weeks. D. C. this breed whe' e any fancier can We take ,
loyal subjects pirates and honor guard, No Fake "Concessions" to Mar Tam-!' A. V. LONG AND J. E. FUTCH readily replenish his stock. great pleaiure in announcing to our patrons and .,1Ljj 1

'the king and queen are crowned, at pa's Big Festival. 1-9-131 Solicitors for Complainant. One convenience of such a com- the general public that we have with us on above date only

the greatest social event of the year. an Expert Optician representing the celebrated firm
Seven kings and queens have occupiedthe Though the big festival Tampa plansto munity plan was shown recently W. Hawkes Co., Atlanta, Ga. The,largest and _;1

Gasparilla throne-ever since 1905, give on February 21 to 24 will be Sale of School Bonds Mr. Lamon, the chicken expert of the ably known establishment in the most favor- ."

when that feature of the fete was hit the biggest thing of the sort ever seen Hereby notice is given that on or before department, received a request from and fit South. He will test Eyesight .-:

upon by the Gasparilla crew. in the South, it will be free to all. no onof Monday the 9th day of February,1914at glasses. REMEMBER we have arranged this i

On the shoulders of the captain and Parades, displays, pageants, fireworksand the office of F. G. Sshell, superintended the Argentine government to get 500 engagement and secured the service of a man of ability and ,.

that of a number of the "old guard" shows of the sort that can be seen o in f Starke public, instruction Florida the for undersigned Bradford will County: receive White Leghorns. He got them, but reputation, and that we personally guarantee his work. All ,1.

,. "the inner circle." of Y Mystic Krewe by all will form the attractions. There bids for the purchase of school bondsto had to scour almost the whole of examinations are Free and (
the brunt of the work has fallen. Each will be no sideshows of the penny- be issued by special tax school districtnumbered only regular prices will be '.
year headquarters are opened and the grabbing kind. Not a concession has Twenty-five of Bradford County New York state to do so. If there charged for Glasses. You can save money and obtain the '. i

plans for the pageant worked out to been given, and there will be no tent Florida lie dated in the January sum of 1, 1914$11.000.00 payable; saidb to bearer ondsto had been any recognized center for highest class of professional services in this line by taking .1i

the minutest detail. Costumes are specially shows, no fakers, no disagreeable or thirty years after the date thereof with this, breed, the commission would advantage of this opportunity. Bear in mind the :,

ordered-this year each pirate cheap features to mar the celebration. ntn-est att he rate of 6 per cent per annum, have been easily executed. CAUTION Hawkes' dates. ,
i will have two-and a special floor Everything will be open and free and 'payable semiannual! on the first day of January Glasses are never peddled. Sold only Jj
the ball at the Tampa and July of each year. The department says that the community at oar dealer's store spelled only H-A.W "
built for one all visitors will be given cards to the Each bidder for the whole or any part of .K.E-S. Feb 6-2tSEEDS
Bay Casino.At many balls that are to be given by such> bonds will be required to deposit with live stock idea is a gvad advantage .

the outset of the plan the Gas- various clubs and societies.: his bid in cash or by certified Chech payableto both to the buyer and seller.It .,
parillas engaged in a tournament at : the order of the Board of Public Instruction I
ol for Bradford County Florida 5p er cent puts the breeder into direct com
track the members
the Tampa The formal dedication of the new of the total amount of any such bid to secure raises .
!o the crew, astride of trusty steeds bridge will be a part of the great Gas- : compliance with the terms of said bid. petition as to quality and the -

striving to outdo each other with lance parilla Fiesta to be given at Tampa The Board of Public Instruction for the standard of the stock produced, ,
of old. County of Bradford. State of Florida.
the knights The
and shield, as
February 21 to 24. Tampa is mighty blather it is chickens or horses.
became of the BY L. W. KICKLITER,
pirate ship early one
proud of that fine $250,000:! bridge and
Jan 9-5t Chairman. Some localities the department
of the ,
features Gasparilla SEEDS
1 permanent: wants all of its friends in Florida to -
coming the pirates sailing up the harbor are particularly to
come and take a look at It. It Is, says, adpted a
landing in the city and taking without doubt, the best bridge in the NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. particular breed of live stock, and it POTATOES, BEANS, TOMATOES. CUCUMBERS .
of it and its fair maids. ,
possession state and one of the best in the coun Notice is hereby given that all persons in- hopes to extend the community idea MELONS Ere. Burt or 90 day Seed .
Gasparilla a Gay Dog. try. .ercswd in the estate of M. V. Blackwelder, Selected .
Gasparilla was one of the buccaneers deceased, that we, M. A. and J. J. Blackwelder along with the growth of the rural Seed Field Corn, Cow or Field PeaS Velvet
.. who made the gulf a terror to honest administrators of said estate will thirty organization service which the de- ', ,
after date of the first Chufas Peanuts Sorghum
seamen In the troubled days at No fake "concessions" have been days publication of this Millet.
not ce apply to the Honorable Geo. A. Gardiner partment is now fostering.
the close of the eighteenth century sold to take the money of the gullibleand County Judge of Bradford County Flor-- WRITE FOR OUR ILLUSTRATED'CATALOGUE.

and the beginning of the nineteenth. furnish cause for offense or scan Ida. for an order to sell at private sale, for Reliable Seed for all crops.The oldeit .

+ Spain's power was fast disintegrating. dal. Tampa is not giving the big the payments of debts the following described That Held Him. seed house in F1o established' and, lar.

t Great Britain France, Spain and the Gasparilla festival to make money, but real estate, situated in Bradford County ,Florida "But listen a moment Matilda.Don't gent dL '
each flew Its flag over as a means of showing the world what towit:
United States JWV4 of SEt and Ely of SE}., Section 26.Township ,. you think a good husband ought / DARBY MARTIN
the shores washed by the gulf stream.It there Is In South Florida. It pays the 5, Range 18. to tell his wife of her faultsT'"LYRantl"r. :
was No Man's Land and the expense and invites its friends to come M. A. BLACK WELDER, 206 East Bay St Jaduoimlle !
: might: of the strong hand made ri htOo along and enjoy the frolic. A good J. J. BLACKWELDER. a good husband doesn't ,:Fla. .

the shores of Louisiana and in time for everybody. Administrators of the estate of think bis wife has any faults."-Chlca.go ':' Feb
M. V. Blackwelder deceased. Tribune. t / .6-ta {
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Government Gives Figures Relativeto Thrives In This Section and May Be r ,

I :THIS BOOK MAILED TO i Sand Clay Roads. Made Paying Crop. /

YOU FREE. Washington, Feb. 2.-The resultsof The Spanish peanut promises to fill

the governmental road work in j an important place in the agricultureof Iy I .
THE CAUSE OF SOCIAL : Florida, near Bro ksvmf'. Fia.. are the South and Southwest, both as H

EVIL AND THE REMEDY t announced by the department of I r 6
'' By Rev. A. W. Elliott a special money crop and a grain and Here's Your
culture. The portion of the depart forage '
We will trust Read this i- crop for fed, besides being a

y !Mr. Elliott worked you. six years mental report dealing with the Florida : satisfactory legume in a practical system -

s' s '1 $ i3 The among book unfortunate, is strange women true and <.i> sand-clay road near Brooksville is of soil maintenance, says H. M. Own Suit R 'Hy

very much out of the Cottrell in ;
ordinary. <) Southern pal
Farming of
g At-
i- 3 s 1 A masterpiece of thought and as follows: 1E i
1' re earch. The Atlanta Georgian lanta, Ga. This has been 1
8 J 0 said: "It is at once the "Work was started eon the Bayport crop tested l
most intimate !
x4.:; document, frank and remarkable road, which leads west from Brooks-I through widely scattered areas and If you want original ?
on the subject that has proved
has yet been puhished."Anoth! lo) ville toward Bayport on March 10, productive; and paying
if. er editor said: "It contains the under the most extreme conditions
' 1 \ : s v. fairest statement of conditions 1913, and was completed on April 16, drouth. ------ -- attire you can \ \ e'
'J It
;' in the underworld that I have i' 1913. The land adjacent to the roadis thrives well also in many
i ever seen in print and will be humid
.:- ,. useful to mature minds and to :' rolling and the soil is clay from states, such as Louisiana and get it only from *
"< students of Arkansas
social problems. where
;,. R Rev C. J, White said: "\ou i' station 19 to station 24. The maximum truly phenomenal results -
> '
are getting at the root of the have been secured. It works in tailors who originate. l
ar etimatter and God will bless the cut was two feet and the maximum well t
F I book and >ou." A committee (q fill two and one-half feet. ,The as a second crop, following grain
of Atlanta best women said i nthe extreme South When have
where '
The book reveals things that maximum grade was reduced from you
?- we never dreamed of and should! double cropping system is
,"i be in the hands of every par i 4 1-2 per cent to 3 1-2 per cent The A Louisiana possible.
Q ent" The book has much merit planter recently harvested
/ -
\ r and is strangely different from equipment consisted of one two-horse sixty-five Ed. V
bushels of Price &
1 other books on the subject. The plow, five drag scrapers, one six-hors peanuts per Co. I
author does not tell you a lie. acre on land which had already .
He teUs you the truth in a road grader, slat-bottom wagons, duced pro-
I straight forward I fifty-three bushels of
manner. winter
picks, shovels, etc. Labor costs $1.75 oats. cut and mold .

I j' The price paper bound it 50ct Cloth binding $1.00 but we and teams $5 per tenhour day. your individuality into

will mail the book on approval to honest in the United Peanuts came into prominence in
any person The consists in -
State who will cut this improvement Louisiana in a suit assured clothes that
out and mail to us. Agreeing either to pay about 1910, when a num- you are are
1 for the book or return it within 10 days after its receipt After reading + and shaping the: existing road ber of planters first tested .

.t + it if you feel that the volume i* worth the price lend it to UI. Otherwue (.) and surfacing the Aowasffirs,5and ( from them, securing made for alone not the "hit 1dmiss" '
: r return the book. Order to-day. $20 to $60 income per you a
t surfacing it with a sand-clay
SOUTHERN RESCUE MISSION, Dept A. P. O. Box 699 acre. A fair crop for the South is
: ATLANTA mixture. The earth was loosened with about guesswork ready-mades "cut
GA. fifty bushels of peanuts and one
I. plows and hauled in wagons and on
ton of hay per acre. A fair price for 'I. 1,
I'''' : drag scrapers for an average haul of the nuts is 75 cents bushel in hunches. Let us measure you for. ;
t+ -K+ a 'hI + 700 feet nd a maximum haul of 1,900 for per and

feet. The material was spread and growing the hay, harvesting$10 per ton.and The cost of clothes-made expressly for YOU.Hull's fii I;

I HOG RAISING IN FLORIDA. factory when done. Earth .which is the road shaped by means ditch of the road will average about $18 per acre marketing, making I i. 1
grader. One drainage was con- '
lead Before State Live Stock Asso loose and dry will remain dusty as structed leading away from the road an average net return to be ex- Department Store '

_ c elation at Gainesville.A Ipng as the dry weather lasts, and then at station 25. The ditch was five feet pected of about $29.50 per acre. .

turn to mud the rains At the Arkansas experiment station
few farmers of my county in as begin. By wide by one foot deep by 300 feet STARKE FLORIDA -r;
using the road machine in the hogs have been fattened on ,
r spring peanuts,
,| Florida raise their own hogs, but a long. Clay for surfacing was hauledan i !
4 while the soil is soft and damp, the gathering the crop for themselves. it ,
?large majority in the farming section average distance of ono-half mile, -
surface is The gain made I .....
more easily hape dandoon per was equalto "
but few average distance ofhreefourths -
I raise depending on buying and the sand an I '

I hogs in the fall to supply their demands. -' surface is more easily shaped and of a mile. These materials that secured by feeding eighty-five

soon packs down into dry hard crust bushels of corn. Land adjoining thaton WHEN
a .
In Gulf hammock, wher: ( were spread in unifor mlayers of ., .n ,
which is less liable to become dustyin which this peanut crop grew pro 300
they usually,buy hogs in a semi-wild seven inches, respectively, and thor duced
summer and muddy in winter. thirty bushels of corn that year. ARTICLESs
state to fatten in their fields, the experience oughly mixed.
Repairs to roads should be made At the Louisiana experiment static1 YOU't I,
has been that hogs so raisedin "The road was then shaped to that I 300 t
when needed and not after hogs pastured on ripe peanuts madea
once a
the hammock are not so easily the crown of the finished surface was ILLUSTRATIONs
crops are laid by. Because of its sim- gain of 850 pounds per acre. In the I
fattened as domestic raised. The late one inch to one foot. Five days were = THINK
plicity, efficiency, and cheapness, the panhandle of Texas in 1910, which was
of cholera unfavorable
ravages hog have greatly lost on account of weather -
splitlog drag similar deviceis one of the driest years in the historyof w'f
depleted the number of hogs, and the or some and six days from other causes A
destined to into that country, a ranchman OF'INSURANCE ;
and pastureda
farmers must of necessity raise their come more The weather and labor conditions were Popular Mechanics' a jr

.own supply. This can be easily done, ,more general pse. With the drag pro- largely responsible for the high cost large acreage of peanuts with hogs,
perly built and its use well under- securinggai n ,fifiprgitggatherede Magazine"WRITTEN
when take into
we consideration the of this work. '.
stood, the maintenance of earth and securing a gain of 1,023 pounds per SO YOU CAN UNDERSTAND IT" +
ligh average temperature of our climate "The road was graded to a lengthof
gravel roads become and inexpensive acre. Other growers secured from A GREAT Continued Story of the World's
requiring less feed to supply a simple 2,400 feet, with a width of twenty- Progress hich you may begin readingat :
matter. Care should betaken 500 to 1,000 pounds gain per, acre any time, and which will hold your iS
animal heat, and the: great variety of eight feet in cuts and twenty feet in interest foreves. You are living in the best
to make the that during this dry when the '" of the most wonderful '
log so light year peanut year age.of what is d
feed which
crops, can be produced in fills. The entire length was surfacedto doubtless the greatest world in the ,
one man can lift it with ease, as a crop did not grow high enough to cut, I" of '
abundance by a little attention there a width of sixteen feet, making the A resident Mars would gladly pay- THINK
be drawn but matured good nuts nevertheless.The .
light drag two
can by fiflfi
to. By planting such crops as velvet surface area 4,267 square yards. Earthto $1 SUBSCRIPTION
medium sized horses and'responds best soil for peanuts is a mod- tt
beans, peanuts, chufas, cassava, s\vaet: the amount of 1,450 cubic yardswas to this order to keep informed of t
readily to various methods of erately rich, sandy loam. On tngneenngand :
more an extremely our progress in Mechanics.
potatoes, Japanese cane, sorghum, cow moved in excavation, and 1,500 Are you reading it? Two millions of your OF :
hitching and the shifting position of rich soil, or in fields which
neighbors are, and it is the favorite :
peas, beggar weed, rape, oats, rye cubic yards of surfacing material was maga-
in thousands of the best American
the .heavier The have been heavily dressed with ,
. and many others, we can have soiling operator.than a one. used. The total cost of t ehroadETh8 ma- homes. It appeals to all classes-old and
. I best material for tko dra gis a dry nure, a heavy growth of vines will be young-men and women.
or pasture crops twelve months in used. The total cost of the road to Hotel" JACK DAVIS
TIll 61100 ; Scpvtmont -
the of them I cedar log, though elm, walnut, box the whichis secured with a correspondingly light gives easy way to do tilings_how(30 to pages nuke) .
year, many being legumes, community was $1,351.51,
for home ,
useful articles and shop repairs,eto. .
elder or soft maple are excellent. Oak production of.nuts. On red soils con- li .
soil builders. By planting the Yokohama at the rate of $0.317 per: square Amateur Mechanics(10 paces)tells how to
hickory or. ash are to heavy. The log taming iron, the nuts are likely 1o make MiaMon furniture wireless outfits,boats
beans for early use, China for yard. The principal items of cost engines,magic,and all the things a boy loves: STARKESEEDS
should be from to ten feet long be colored with red, which is detri- ;
fall and early winter, and the common were: Excavation, 1,430 cubic yards .
A.t Newsdealer
and from eight to etn inches in di- ment to their market value, but does Tour to show iron CM or
variety for late pasture, we can have at $0.30 per cubic yard, $432; shaping COPY TODAY ""'ibI
ameter. It should be split carefullyas not injure them for feeding ,
purposes. I f
a bean pasture nine months in the and subgrade, at $0.031 per square POPULAR MECHANICS CO.
near the center as possible and the The Spanish peanut is distinctly a JIB Washington St.CHICAGO ,
year, supplemented by other crops be- yard, $130.63; dealing and grubbing, '
heaviest and best slab chosen for the drouth-resisting crop and stands the .
fore mentioned, and planted s oas to $15.50; trimming the shoulders and t a
.: front. When the soil is moist, but not rigors of the dry season in the arid ,
afford continuous pasturing and vari- ditches, $55.38; excavating 303.3 cubic
sticky, the drag does the best work. belt as well as milo, kafir and nn
ety of feed. $45.50 yards of sand, at $0.15 per cubic
As the soil in the field will bake if sorghum. With thorough tillage it I .
: In place of filthy and disease breeding yard, $45.50; losening and loading 600
plowed wet, so the road will bake if will succeed as well on the dry plainsas
hog wallow, they should be pro cubic yards of sand at $0.116 per cubic
the is used on it when it is wet. any of these recognized drouth1'esisring How About ,
; : vided with a pool of clean water to yard, $78.38; hauling said, 660 cubic 'POULTRY SUPFie! ,
If the is full of holes or badly .
} i' wallow in. This pool may be made of roadway yards at $0.24 per cubic yard, $158.75; crops.

\ *. concrete, or can be purchased ready rutted the drag should be used once spreading clay, 830 cubic yards at The peanuts raised on dry lands are Your Title ? GRAIN, HAY, [It i :

when the road is soft and slushy. better adapted to feeding than for
made of galvanized iron; this pool may $0.021 per cubic yard, $17.50; mixing rBetter.See CJ I Seed Potatoes Seed Oats ,
Tse earth road ca nbest be crowned market. The Spanish peanut is the .
be used also for a dipping,vat or kill sand and clay, 4,267 square yards at
"and ditched with a road machine and variety best suited for feeding and Us Rye and Vetch Garden and '
the lice, cure mange, etc. $0.0035 per square yard, $15; final '
not with picks and shovels, scoops, and for making peanut butter, salted pea- Farm Seeds for Fall and Spring
The hog is a cleanly animal aid shaping at $0.0035 pe rsquare yard, .
One road machine with a nuts and peanut oil. It is particularly '
plows. Planting. Headquarters for .
should be provided"with pure drink- $15; and general expenses $67.13.
suitable power and operator will do suitable for planting as a second crop Bradford Co. Abstract Poultry and Stock Feed and
ing water, and clean sleeping quartersfree I :
the work of many men with picks and in the rain belt and is the variety
from dust. Hogs in Florida are FACTS ABOUT PECANS, CompanySTARKE Poultry Supplies. Write for F
, shovels, an din addition will do it :. usually planted under dry land condi '
few diseases
troubled with comparatively better. If the road is composed of No soil produces pecans in greater tions. This quick-maturing character FLORIDA prices and illustrated, catalog. [
: with the of cholera,
; fine clay or soil it will sometimes pay variety or finer quality >than that of istic is of marked advantage on the
and that is disease I
,- as preventable to resurface it with top soil from an North Florida, including Bradford dry farm, where the seed may lie in DARBY & MARTIN .
by the timely innoculation of the hogs
adjacent field, which has sand or County, and South Georgia.No the; ground for some weeks before sufficient JACKSONVILLE fLORIDA

with anti-hog-cholera serum it is no gravel mixed with it. This method, product of the soil brings larger moisture comes to sprout it. '

longer dreaded as formerly. called the "top soil method," is now profits.No After the crop has been held at a HEARD IN STARKE. A

,i, The breed is largely a matter of hi successful use in Clarke County, crop brings surer profits than standstill for several weeks by drouth, 1
choice. It is generally conceded that How Bad Backs Have Been Made If
Georgia.The the pecan crop, for pecan trees seem it will develop, fill out and mature "

.... the darker breeds are less subject to width of the earth road will depend to be immune to the freezes and quickly after the summer rains do Strong-Kidney Ills Corrected..All ,j

mange and other skin diseases. rule 25 that make fruit and vegetable Tennessee Red is r __
on the traffic. As a blights finally come. The over Starke you hear ehrJlnies
I' It is not a good practice to cross 30 feet from ditch is sufficient if cultivation a gamble. Nothing shortof good for late fall and winter pas- SMOKEJ&Ao..P.tI.
stock and scrub stock should be Kidney Pills are keeping up the good
pure the
work to
the road is properly crowned. Ordinarily k tornado can injury ;
"; bred up by using a blooded boar rather ture.The work. Starke people are telling about "
. the oly ditches needed are those pecan tree. cheapest way to harvest pea- .

:- than breeding blooded sows to scrub made with the road machine whichare The crop fro mthe budded pecan trees nuts is to cut and cure the hay the it-telling of bad backs made sound ,
boars. The demand for pork exceeds wide and shallow. Deep narrow practically unfailing, and the nuts same as alfalfa and then turn the again. You can believe the testimony __

the supply and prices have increased I ditches wash rapidly, especially on improve in size and quality as the hogs into the field to gather the nuts. of your own townspeople. They tell

t_ from Cc to lOc per pound, net, in the steep slopes. The earth road should tree increases in age. The pecan Peanut hay is of two kinds, the it for the benefit of you who are CIGARS

fc., pas few years. not be loosened, dug up, or plowed up tree bears for generations and requires tops; cut while: green and cured like 1

r'. W. E. BROWN. more than is absolutely necessary.It little care. alfalfa or clover, and the forage secured suffering. If your back aches, if you Made in StarkeRUBMYTiSIH'

: Williston, Fla. any should be gradually raised, not low The market for pecans in unfailing.The by digging the peanuts and feel lame, sore and miserable, if the .

y' TIME TO WORK. ROADS. ered; hardened, not softened. growth of the pecan in this threshing them to remove the nuts. kidneys act too frequently, or pas- ,1a

jjr .Government Experts Say Spring Is Storm water should be disposed of section is not an experiment-results Peanut hay made: from the cured topsis sages are painful, scanty and off color,

r the Time. quickly before it has had time to pene- are certain. very palatable and about equal in use Doan's Kidney Pills, the remedy
: into the surface of the Improved, pecans bring from 40 feeding value to red clover. The
Washington D. C.-It is a re ti trate deeply that has helped so many of your
t: : road. This can be done by giving the cents to $1.00 a pound and oftentimes straw is not so palatable, but the
mistake to put off working roads slope from the centerto two or three times the latter figure. many small nuts left fci i tby the friends and neighbors. Follow this
road or
i_" :August or September, according to a For an earth road whichis Authorities of the; United Sates threshing machine increases its feed- Starke citizen's advice and give Doan'sa -

road experts of the U. S. Department I the 24 feet wide in the center shouldbe Department of Agriculture have said: ing value. The entire plant harvested chance to do the same for you. L' tr r: \

Agriculture. The roads should beI Mrs. A. E. Moitt, Call St., Starke,
native nut-bearing tress, and cured for makes
I not less than 6 inches nor more "Of all our hay an exceedingly -
1ft! worked when the soil is damp so as I i 12 inches higher than the outer Ionepromise to Lecome'of such rich a':1d nutritious feed, Fla., says: "I was annoyed by attacksof

I to make the soil bake when it dries than of the shoulder. The narrow pomological importance as the pecan. containing according to recent analysis kidney complaint. I had dull backaches

;h"out If the roads are worked when edges to which it is adapted 18.4 cent protein. 40 cent and headaches and was miser
to road which is high in the middle will Within the region per per s r 'tin s"ila: L
I S.they are dry, it takes more power rutted almost as quickly as for cultivation no other tree, cf carborhydrates and 21.5 per cult able in every way. Doan's Kidney !

:,:; draw the machine and besides dry become flat for the reason either foreign or introduced, can be : fat. The Arkansas station has found Pills removed these troubles, and I j
which is too !
?: .. earth and dust retain mosture and one road all the trafficis considered as fairly in competitionwith I that hay from the entire peanut plantis fee that it is my o duty to recommend I i

i'5 f quickly rut after rains. The use of I'I'f than on a narrow strip. it"From somewhat better for horses and them in return for the benefit they', 1

,Jj, clods, sods, weeds or vegetable matter forced to use often'only formed a narrow on both the: sixth to the seventh year, mules than a ration of hay and com. brbught. I havn't had need of a I n

rj* ; -in .building earth roads should be Shoulders are road which prevents storm and sometimes earlier, the pecan tree The butter fat produced from peanutsIs kidney medicine since." I '
-};; voided because they also retain sides of into the side begins to bear profitably, and thereafter too soft for making satisfactory Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't r
. ,,';moisture. water from and without interruption. i commercial butter. simply ask for a kidney remedy-get Will cure your Rheumatism 1j

[;:JIfthe: working of the roads is de.terred ditches, retaining it in the ruts what better, surer form D an's Kidney Pills-the same that Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps,
These ruts Therefore,
latter part of the softening the roadway. Mrs. Warren had. FosterMilburnCo. Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts and .
g| until the eliminated of insurance could one invest in than Cons Old Sores Otter Remedies Won't Cm.
and shoulders can be entirely Bums Old Sores Stings of Insects .
baked Nl ,
:summer when the surface is in Bradford The worst cases no matter of bow long standing Props., Buffalo, Y.Advertisement. I
in small or large grove
\ not only difficult with the road machine or split- a are cored by the wonderful old reliable Dr. ( Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne used internally -
.1/dry and hard are
they I, Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieve
County '
and Price 25c.
: ? '. to work, but the work is unsatis- log drag. _' __ 1 II i PauaadEeals at the came time. 25cSOcSUM 1 1r. extemaJ'y ; ;

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1. COMMISSIONERS. lins, $4.00; Amanda Thomas, $.1.00;

Contiued from page 1. Lee Crosby, $10.00 Emeline Griffis,

'H.' L 75- .7"i i, $2.50; Ervin Griffis, $3.00; Mrs. D. M. ""' 1Ljfl!

Drainage Fund.E. McKnight, $5.00; G. JI| Campbell,

c ,: County News Items H. Jones, one day com. and mile- $2.00; J. B. Johns, $5.00; Viney Lee, I .

age special, meeting, $5.20; C. A. $4.00; Banner Dyal, $4.00Irs.. West, 111 All Growing Children .

Roberts, one day com. and mileage, $7.00; Starling Sisters, $10.00; Nancy "I, ,

:- : Interesting Facts Gathered During the Week by Our special meeting, $7.40; S. T. Dowling, I Varnes, $4.00; Newman children, $5; dS.s.q.' ::7' *Their Ere dependent health on nourishment for growth.

: Regular one day com. and mileage, special. Wade McKnight, $3.00; Polly Ann. established in men and women is largely

I' Rhode, $5.00; Will Hampton, $3.00; I II
meeting, $6.20; W. S. Croft, one day
L If child is
Li i your languid, bloodless: tired when rising, with
Lizzie Willis John Nor-
com. and mileage, special meetinj, 'I.' $1.00Irs.; WLt out ambition or rosy checks, Scott' Emulsion i.. c wonderful

I $!).60; W. A. Bessent, five days inspecting ,I man, support orphan children, $5.00; .x, help. It possesses nature's grandest body-buiHing fats so

!j ENTERPRISE.Rev. LAKE BUTLER.The $15.00; John Morgan, nine i!!! Addie Belle Dees, $5.00; Rufus Jack- I delicately predigested that the blood absorbs its ptrcngth

I D. L. Phillips filled his regular Atlantic Coast Line has author- son, $.1.00; Riggs sisters, $5.00Irs.. H1' and carries it to every organ and tissue and fitr; .
of '
days clearing right way, $9.00; i irI 1
i appointment at Alachua Saturday and ized the construction of a beautifuliron B. Weest of I N. D. Newman, $10.00; Dock Hood, First it increases their appetite then it adds flesh-slrcrAthens
right way, the bones-makes
r them sturdy active end health- H 1 /
i Sunday. fence around the triangle where Mrs. Banner Susan : .
$69.00 DeWitt C. Jones stakes $3.00; Dyal, $4.00; ,
; grade No alcobcl narcotic in Scott's Emulsion '' ;
; or ,just purity ace s.; ;;. ... *
j Mr. C. H. Milliard was a visitor to the Georgia Southern Railway crosses. $11. 5; G. C. Livingston, clearing Wm. Lang, $3.00; Isom Morgan, $3.00; '"9 S "
Waldo Friday and Saturday. The project will be entered into by ight 'of' way, $135.60; Johnson & Kelley, $3.00; Henry Padgett, $5.00; I ['fll'IiU7i-a: 11 Q' :i ,-, "", 'T- '"": ;; -. .

Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Austin, of Wal- the latter company who will, of Anderson, engineer and insp., auto Elizabeth Johns, $4.00; Mrs. L. L.I I p___ --- ---- ------ --
ler, visited here Saturday and Sunday. course, do their share. The beauitfying hire, $3.50; H. B. Weest, one month Hagan, $5.00; Lucy Duncan, $3.00; BOARD OF EDUCATION. Fitzpatrick, work, Laie Butler

:Mr. Wells, of Lake Butler, visited of the ground is left to the women John J. Rosier, $3.00; Mrs. Nancy $9.00;
salary engineer $150.00
; J. W. White
Continued: from 1 & Son, incidentals' ..
here Sunday afternoon. of the Lake Butler Civic League, and Zenas Riggs, $3.00; Dock Hood, raise on page ,
Adkins No.
| scrip I Starke, $2.25: ; B. C. Bk., interest
I Mr. E. C. Johns, of Lakeland, is it could be in no better hands. Trees, allowance $2.00. on,
634 $150.00 G. C. Livingston & Co. pauper ,
; ; Starke, $34.43 Sheriff Denmark
S here for few Notre Johnson, teaching Starke ; serving -
visiting a days. flowers and perhaps strawlerrias 'I ,
: Road and Bridge Fund.
Dec. and Jan. work
payment on : bond notice, Lake Buter!
\ 4 Mr. 0. J. Phillips was a visitor to will take up the space. The whole $7500; Maoma Hill, teaching, Starke, $4.96;
I $100.00; G. C. Livingston & Co., on* Joe McColors: obe day on road and City Light aijd Waterworks, water
$70.00 Elsa Scherder
Raiford Monday. ; teaching,
strawberries will
particularly bea
I drainage work, $100; G. C. Livingston :! unloading\ culverts, $3.25; Henry Williams for Jan., Starke, $1.80; J. W. Morgan .
The farmers here getting ready to splendid advertisement for this city. $60.00; Estell Tison, teaching, Starke, J
C Co., on drainage work, $100.00; c two days work on road, $2.50; J incidentals:;, Lawtey school
go to shipping strawberries, which Forty feet will be left between the I $50.00; Lois Peek, teaching, Starke, $1.80; 1 ;
G. C. Livingston & Co., on drainage Robt. Showers,1 ten days on road, Henry Redford janitor work
will soon be gettting ripe. railway track and the fence. The I' $50.00; May Tripp, teaching, Starke, Starke, t '.
work, $100.00; G. C. Livingston & Co., $12.50; W. S. Croft, one day inspecting I I F. G. SCHELL
.Messrs. R. E. Hess and A. Ott, of blue prints are in the hands of Mr. $45.00; Susie Darby, teaching, Starke, Secy.
road J. II. Griffis
on drainage work, $100.00; G. $4.00; cuttingout
Lawtey, were visitors here Tuesday. 45.00; Olive Roy teaching Starke L' ,
Flynn, the roadmaster of the A. C. L. C'-I ,
Livingston & Co., on drainage logs, $1.25; J. B. Denmark, cutting Ft
,1 If you have any news, tell it to A fire occurred at the residence of '45.00; Emma Darby, teaching, Starke, COTTON REPORT. .
$100.00 G. T.Veeks
C. .75 W.
; Livingston & Co., on out logs, $ ; one |
0. J. Phillips. He will put it in"the Mr. P. M. :Magill $45.00;' Dorothy Marsh, teaching,
on Monday, just drainage work, $100.00; G. C. L-. o-t! keeping road book, $10.00; J.r Cotton ginned prior to January 16
best paper in the county-the Tele- before dinner time. As a result the Starke, $65.00; E. H. Futch, teaching, ."
ingston & Co., on drainage work. :ririk'c, removing log $.25; J. E. crops c 1913 and 1912 in Florida. '
graph. roof of the Kelly, $35.00; Lizzie Marshal Hope-
kitchen ;
dining room $100.00 G. C. Livingston & Co. -T. Wa'm"Mt cutting out log $.25 W. .
; on ; (The preliminary tot I by the bureau
We can hear the wedding bells ring was partly, if not almost destroyed. Kelly, $35.00; Lizzie Marshal, teach- "f.
drainage work, $100.00; G. C. Livingston M. Mann, lumber, $54.60; James Grif- of the census at 10 !.m. on
ing in the west. There is no clue to the origin of the! ing, Hopewell, $30.00; May Kennedy, Friday, 'J 1
& Co.< on drainage work, fis, one day on bridge, $1.25; Calvin January 23. The conected total
Mr. Carl C. Scoff visited his parents fire. It is supposed that it teaching, Brooklyn! $35.00; W. B. and t, :
was occasioned -
$100.00; G. C. Livingston & Co., on Griffis, one day on bridge, $1.25; Wil- the amounts for the different counties
t at Wighton Saturday and Sunday. I Feagle .?
from teaching, Providence, $70.00
by a spark without, the ;
drainage work $100.00 G. C. Liv- lie Griffis day bridge, $1.25
; one on ; for the crops of 1913 and 1912
The Dixie Guards to giveus Edna are
flues Feagle, teaching, Providence
in order. ,
apparently being good $100.00; G. C. Livingston & Co., on Sam Griffis, work on bridge, $3.13; furnished publication in the
i local
a grand entertainment at the Enterprise Lake Butler have $40.00; Mary Hague, teaching, Providence fIr
men gained for ,
drainage work, $100.00: ; G. C. Liv- J. H. Griffis, three days work on
school house in the near themselves i $35.00; Jesse Cooper teaching papers.
a name as the best fire- I
ingston & Co. on drainage work C. A. Roberts day "
i bridge, $4.50; one (Quantities in
announcement. are Tinning bales
future. Watch the
Hampton, $25.00 F. G. Schell
fighters in the if ;
county not the ,
%. $100.00; G. C. Livingston & Co. on inspecting road, $4.00; A. L. Sullivan,
I ''D. N. Rowe and Hess are still in state. They soon had it under salary, $100.00; F. G. Schell, incidentals counting round as half bales. Lintersare -:
l controL drainage work, $100.00; G. C. Liv- work on bridge (contract) $5.00; D. not inctided.
the ring and by the surrounding $5.24 Chelsea board
suppose ; Fogg
We understand that the building ser-
t i iigston & Co), op drainage work, W. Pinholster, work on bridge, $2.00; I
that there will not vice
neighborhood $6.00; L. W. Kicklighter board Crop
not insured. ,
l was
$100.00 G. C. & Co. Dan work
Livingston three
; on Bellamy, days on
I be any vermin to destroy the early The Culpepper finishedup service, $8.70; N. H. Stokes, board County 1913 1912
c meetings drainage work, $100.00; G. C. Liv- road, $3.75; T. J. Durden, work as per Alachua ___________
the 6,078
corn. It looks as though people on Thursday night. By invitationthe service, $7.20; B. C. Bk., borrowed -- 5,063
ingston & Co., on drainage work, contract, $7.00; Walter Marrow, four Baker ___________ 796
t. 4 would highly appreciate going money $4,000.00 J. E. Conway transporting ---- 374
closing meeting was held in the
$100.00; G. C. Livingston & Co., on days work ota road, $5.00; W. .A Bradford ..
1 thanks. _____
them They 2,669
and give many pupils, $30.00 J. J. -- -- 1,808
Baptist church, that large auditorium ; ,
drainage work, $100.00; G. C. Liv- Varnes cutting out two logs, $.50
; Columbia ___
I have counted up and have gone transporting' pupils, $7.00 Bradford -? 2,607 1,614
: being filled. Culpepper is said to be ;
,t : : twenty times and have never come in the most that has ingston & Co., on drainage work, Tom Jones, unloading culverts, $3.00; County Telegraph, printing treasurer's Escambia _, _________ 506 1,559
powerful preacher
f I $100.00; G. C. Livingston & Co., on A. A. Hazen, work as per contract, Hamilton ., _________
; (1 without a bag of coons or possums, ever conducted meetings in this town. report, $4.00; Mabel Reddick, teaching 3,793 2,483
and drainage work, $100.00; G. C. Liv- $20.00; A. A. Walker, ditching, (con- Holmes :'_______
for whic hthey get good prices, Many converts were made. As New River, $45.00 Bradford -- ? 3,741 3,041
a result -
\" it seems as though it never hurts of the effort, about 35 joined the ingston & Co., on drainage work, tract) $21.00; Will Whitemora, self County Bank, for interest, $52.34;; Jackson 0_ :-----_____18,164 16,117

them by giving th\m colds or sick- Methodist church, several joined the $100.00; G. C. Livingston & Co., on and team on road, $8.00; Irvin Waters, Town: of Starke, rent for school build- Jefferson .. :__________ 4,675 3,550
drainage work, $100.00 G. C. Livingston road work $5.00 A. J. Kekb, lumber, :
; ,
; Lafayette ._________ 619
ing, $107.92; H. & W. B. Drew Co. 602
Baptist church his ,
one man giving
ness.Their proceeds, they say, give them name to the Christian church. & Co., on drainage work, $19.17; E. H. Jones, inspecting road, record books, $20.00; J. W. Prevatt, Leon __ __ :__________ / 4,017

enough so they can always have an $100.00; G. C. Livingston & Co., on $16.00; Quigley Lumber Supply Co., transporting pupils, $5.60; Leon Madison -- : _________ 5,300 5,245

I eye-opener when they come in. Good drainage work, $100.00 G. C. Liv- lumber, $13.79; Rink Richard, lumber, Thomas and assistant, teaching! Boat Santa Rosa --'-_______ 2,181 2,926

-1 j- luck to the boys, and we hope them BRADFORD.Sunday ingston & Co., on drainage work, $1.00; C. A. Youngblood, road work, Drain, $95.00.Warrants Suwannee __:_.:._______ 4,612 4,320

all the fine time they can have., school was largely attended $100.00; O. C. Livingston & Co., on $40.47; Henry Dowling, building drawn Taylor -- -_-f___--!,.-- 178 225
Guards! Mr. J. W. drainage work, $50.00; G. C. Livingston bridge, $17.00 H. J. Fowler, nails, ort subdistiVctsfor Walton .
Three cheers for the Dixie Sunday p.m. Barry, of ; teachers' salaries ._,_______ 2,683 1,628

.. Preparations are being made for a Worthington Springs;attended.Mr. & Co., on drainage work, $50.00; $1.40; M. M. Mitchell, ditching, $42.00; Zada : Washington r_ _______ 1,667 1,576

I fine encampment. (The boys are now C. M. Andrew was a business G. C. Livingston & Co., on drainage F. N. Andrews, commission as Greenteaching, Brooks, $5.00; All others 4 u______ 1,447 1,504
R. B. Jackson
numbering up in the teens. visitor to Jacksonville Monday. 'work, $50.00; G. C. Livingston & Co.,I treasurer, $2.88; DeWitt C. Jon-as, teaching, Lawtey, $15.- : .
I 00 Rona
We are doing good work and regularly Miss Cecil Rabcri is on the sick on drainage work, $50.00; G. C. Livingston lumber, $3.75; DeWitt C. Jones, lumber ; McDonald, teaching, Lawtey, JAPANESE
$10.00; G. H. Williams, teaching CANE
\ taking in new members all the 'list this week. We hope for her & Co., on drainage work, tools, etc., $24.14; J. C. Terrell, SYRUP.

'" where speedy $50.00; G. C. Livingston & Co., on work on Hampton road, $25.00; E. Raiford, $95.00; Loca Johnson, teach- Mr. R, B. Iee, one of the successful
time. We have not yet recovery.Mr. ing, Raiford, $35.00 Ina Crews teaqh- .
; ; farmers of tlje
I drainage work, $50.00; G. C. Livingston J. Lewis work on road $10.40; Geo. Theressa section, was
to e-o on the camp but will decide next C. W. ,Edwards, Miss Estelle : ; ing, Raiford, $50.00; Ada Nirnmo.l in
V members Andrew '' & Co., on drainage work $50.00; I E. Kelley, self and horse, road work, Starke Saturday on business.. and
time we meet. So we ask all Mr. W. M. Andrew and Miss I' teaching, Raiford, $50.00 Maisey
p T. II & Co. drainage' ; .while here he presented the
G. C.
Livingston on Florida Metal Products Co., Telegraphwith
and attend our next meet- Eva Edwards attended church at ; $9.50;
to be sure Simons, teaching, Raiford, $35.00
r work $50.00 G. C. Livingston & Co., I for aU districts, due ; a sample of syrup manufactured
other wishing to Sardis last and ; culvert piping
parties reported a Marvin Connor
A'so I I Graham
J teaching, from
ing. Japanese
: Mr.
cane. Lee
I : : join write 0. J. Phillips 0. come- ",.]easant time. on drainage work, $50.00; G. C. Liv1ingston1 Jan. 1, 191o, 1226.80); S. ,T. Dowling, $21.00. this says

; can o'clock Saturday % I I & Co., on drainage work, inspecting road, $4.00; M. J. McRae,I variety of cane is hardy and thatit
out to our hall at 7:00 Miss Lilla Harris, teacher of the I. For incidentals: is a sure xrop. It will make: at

night, February 7. 1?H. ?:'e hope Bradford school, visited her parents $393.00. work and horse work, $7.07{ W. L. Bradford least 30 per cent. more than
I County .Telegraph, pub- syrup
in Starke and and Forfeiture Fund. Wall, work on alligator creek, $55.75;
the older heads of the neighborhood'jsrill Saturday Sunday.Mr. Fine I lishing bond sale for Lake Buthr sugar cane. {The syrup, if properly
1 call and see our work and I think C. M- Andrew was a visitor to S. B. Denmark, feed for prisoners, Ed. Brown, work on road, $2.25 Cove; $6.00; publishing bond sale note, Rai- made, possesses a distinctive flavor

'; 1 that many more will join. I think Starke last week. $52.80; J. W. White: &. Son, brooms, W. Finley, work on Green E. Benton ford, $5.25: ; Perry Newman, wood for and is considered superior by many

i that owe have two members that are to Mr. Michall Andrew visited his etc., for jail, $2.80; ,iT. D. Gunter, Springs' road, $5.25; J. W. A. Bes-, school, $2.00; Raiford election expenses people to syrup mad> from sugar :

night, who are parents Saturday and Sunday. Come $5.00 W. W. Bais- horse and wagon, $2.75; cane. .
come in Saturday County Physician, ; $6.00; Herbert Edwards, janitor .
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three road insp., $12.00;
: : f Henry S. Normanand Jerry M. Nor- again, Mr. ndrews; we are glad to den, washing blankets, $4.00; Starke sent, days Lake Butler, $12.00; L. H. Bad 1 .

man. We mean to stick to it till we I see you.Messrs. < I I Drug Co., medicine at jail, $1.00; W. W. E. Lewis General, lumber Fund.C. $22.40.. burg, wood for Hampton, $3.75; Green I Telegraph $1.50a, year.

: -:, can get enough and to be strrC ig T. B. and J. V. Edwards 'W. Baisden, guard at jail, $20.00: ; F. and ----- .
: -- ----
enough to do most anything we start. were in Brooker Sunday p.m. N. Andrews, com. as Treas., $2.08; I A. Roberts, one day com. I. 1 -- -- -- --

I mileage, $7.40; F. N. Andrews, com. ............................. .
Once more we want to thank the A fire alarm was given Wednesday, J. L. Warren, on phone at jail, $1.00; I ... .. ................

1 *- editor of the Telegraph for printing when Mr. N. G. Hays' place caughton W. G. Seals, case Harry Simpson, I as Treas., $1.93; W. A. Bessent, one i f

this and hope it will be published. fire. As there was plenty! of help, $2.32; E. E. Wheeler, case: Harry i day with board, $4.00; E. II. Jones,

:4 Dixie Guards, Enterprise. there was not much damage done. Simpson, $3.65; E. E. Wheeler, witness one day with board, $5.20; B. ML Progressive Business Firm In Starke i.
? I Dow'ing, Tax Collector Commission,
... I Remember church next Sunday. Harry Simpson, $1.00; Geo. A.
: Son & Johnson English, $248.58; DeWitt C. Jones, fuse plugs
Everybody come. Gardiner, case
i 6' LAWTEY Messrs. T.. B. Edwards, J. V. Ed- $3.74; S. B. Denmark, case Son and'i'.and repairs to toilet, $2.25; Geo. A. Readers of the Telegraph will find it to their :'

: c Mr. J. J. McLeod and sister, Mrs. warda and C. M. Andrew were trans- I Johnson English, $17.95; Harry Byrd, Gardiner, coroner inquest W. T. Andrews advantageto trade with the firms represented

,: A. M. Blanehard, are spending a few acting business at Worthington Tuesday witness, case Sort and Johnson Eng- $6.80; S. B. Denmark, Sheriff in this i.

days this week with relatives and p.m. lish, $UO; Mrs. Harry Byrd, witness, inquest W. T. Andrews $8.63; S. T. directory. I.

;. :' friends in Melrose. Mr. J) W. Ward was 'a business case Son and Johnson English, $3.40; Dowling, one day with com. and courthouse mile- i........................................... :
Warren phone
Mr. W. F. Godwin, of Jacksonville, visitor to Worthington Wednesday T. B. Rosier, witness case Son and age, $6.20; J. L. ..... -

was a visitor last Thursday and Fri- Johnson English, $2.30; Plen Thomas, $3.00; W. W. Baisd, D.S., ........................... ..................t... ... ;
a.m.All Dr. J. C.
the farmers aibusy gettingthe witness, case Son and Johnson Eng- commissioner m eting.t.OO'; DRY GOODS. .

day.Mr.. H. B. Clark, of Albany, Ga., is ground ready for planting. lish, $2.60; C. T. Gordon, witness, Wills, M.D., balance inquest Raymond FURNITURE. ..

visiting his sisterr, Mrs. J. J. McLeod. case Son and Johnson English, $2.40; Williams, $8.80 City Light Plant ..44...................... ................. pp4

Son and lights, fuses, etc., $6.55: ; S. B. Denmark {
James Thomas and John G. M. Sistrunk juror, case . . .
k Messrs. SAMPSON CITY. $1.00 J. R. Dover, I duplicate to scrip No. 1664, v".t- ........... A A
Johnson English, ;
Drawdy of Baldwin, were visitors at I f : I,
Miss Violet Chapman went to A. Gardiner two cords .
the home of Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. juror case Son and Johnson English, $8.27; Geo. J. W. MORGAN c@> .

.. last Sunday. I Gainesville Monday. $1.00; Ben Kite, juror, case Son and i'wood, $10.00; Bradford County Tele- Headquarters for $, FURNITURE I '

Thomas Miss Jessie Byrd visited relativesat I graph, publication and' printing, Ladies Ready-to-Wear Goods $ <> .. e
Johnson English, $1.00; J. R. Bryan, and almost ,1
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W, E. Torode was a business visitor Graham one day this week. I $29.75 F. D. Williams, one month Dry Goods, Notions, <8- else you
case Son and Johnson English, $1.00; I ; AX m ightwan .
to Jacksonville last Monday. Mrs. A. V. Varnes visited relativesin Son a'nd janitor,_ $i .oo; A. Z. Adkins, one eHULL'S .,
her Henry Brown, juror, case i
Miss Mabel Reddish finished Palatka Saturday and Sunday.Mr. I month County Attorney, $10.00; W. DEPARTMENT .

school at New River last week and returned J. C. Barry, of Graham, visited Johnson English, $1.00; S. F. Morgan, I IS. Croft, one day com. and mileage, .......................... STORE. J

juror, case Son and Johnson English, .wo .
to her home here. his daughter here Sunday.Mrs. $1.00 S. B. Denmark, case 0. L. |r$9.60; S. B. Denmark, trip to convict, BUILDERS' SUPPLIES 0 . . .

Mr. 0. L. Thomas was a business E. N. Rafuse and family viSit- ; witness (settlement), $3.00; E. C. Croft,, .

: visitor to Jacksonville the first of the ed friends in Sampson Sunday.Mr. ,Nash Case 0., $5.95 L. Nash; Maggie, $1.40 Heading; Mathew, Griffis,, one camp month supervisor registration' .......................... :........+...............:

weak. J. C. Smith and Children attend' witness, ase 0. L. Nash. $1.40; G.I $10.40; W. T. Weeks, one month clerk r $ ,
,. Mr. Henry Bennett came up from ed church at 'I fina'ncS- : DENTISTS -;
Sampson Sunday I M. Sistrunk, juror, case 0. L. Nash, etc., $50.50; The Falconer Co., .

I Citra and spent Sunday with his family -i Miss Bessie Abernathy, of Graham, $1.00; J. R. Dover, juror, case 0. L'I''al i blanks and iron fixtures, $276.39;, Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. : ............................ :
here. is spending the week with Mrs. J. N. I record
H. & W. B. ,
t Nash J. Manning, juror, The .
$1.00 Dealer In
of strawberries of % Hb
The first crate
Thomas.Mr. 'I I case 0. L. Nash, $1.00; E. Gnann, I book No. 20, $25.00; Walter Cooper,,'G .C@> .

the season from Lawtey was shipped I W.' C. Jones made a business juror, case 0. L, Nash, $1.00; Ben witnes, inquest W. T. Andrews, $1.00;; Builders Supplies, Paints, Oils, DR. U. C. TURNERDENTIST
last Saturday. Several crates haveLeen Palatka last week. Varnishes Concrete <> 11
; trip to one day : Michal witness, inquest W. T,. ,
Nash Yancy 'f
( Kite 0. L. $1.00
juror, case ;
If the '
f far this week. I Plumbing.
picked so Percy Jones, of Lake Butler, visited wit.
W..White 0. L. Nash, Andrews, $1.00; John Henderson, .
,.' cold weather will keep away they will here j 10. juror, case -t- 0 : I
; I Sunday. $1.00 Gco. A. Gardiner, case 0. L. ness, inquest W. T. Andrews, $1.00;; Estimates Cheerfully Furnished. f f Edwards Building 1 i
.. be going to the Northern markets in Barbers Williams and Jones and Nash;, $3.45. T. B. Handley, juror, inquest W. T,. ,, .

l car load lots. Chief Dispatcher Cason, of Lake But- Andrew, $1.00; B. I. Taylor, j juror, : Upstairs over Post Office -

V S ____ S ler visited friends and relatives here Pauper Allowance..
J. E. .4
Sunday. Carrie: Sparkman, $4.00; Florence inquest W. T. Andrews, $1.00; .....................;..... "! H, '
RAIFORD. Perry, juror, inquest W. T. Andrews' 4 .

\. Rsv. J.V. Bigham, the presiding S Helton, $3.00; Polly Ann Green $5.00; ;51.00; E. N. Folsom, juror, inquest t1 L; ,! REAL ESTATE. ..............44..4be4 .if'NOTIOXS. : '-

Mart Prevatt, $3.00 Lizzie Hunter, Rosier .. "
; T. B.
., \ elder of the Gainesville District of the HAMPTON.Rev. i.<)0 John W. T. Andrews, $1.00; .......................... : .-$'"
$ )
Wright, $ .5larth:1
.;; M. E. Church, South, will visit Raiford J. B. Cu'pepper is holding a ; : J juror, inquest W. T. Andrews, $1.00.;. _"

4-: I" for the quarterly conference. series of revival meetings in { Pool, $3.00Iary Ward, $6.00; Martha .J. J. Farrelly, juror, inquest W. T. -o/ .....lft...*............... ,\ J
i- | Gatlin, $UJO Nancy Comer .J:;;;
:Y" The conference will be held on Satur-1 congregations ; Ar.drexvs, $1.00; J. E. Maines, M.D., . .. ;
are gathering .
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I $5.00: ; Mary Brooks, $2 00'ine <# COMER L. PEEK % J+
; ?
Joe Loadholts $10.00.
with I inquest .
.. day, commencing a preach- nightly to hear this great preacher. J
ing service at 11 a.m. There will His : Dyss, $4.00; Wm. Glisson $5.00; : W. T. Weeks, Cltik:. e Why is it that when you are .
: \ sermon against bigotry Sunday <3> Florida Real Estate Land and
on i James Parrish, $5.00Irs.. Warren w need of Notions, Ladies ,"
be dinner on the ground. Dr.; Bigham night is' said to haw made j $ c@ Goods {.
a Shoes
3 1, y illcrssy, $5.00; Ervin Higginbotham :
S Timber
i ; 'I ': will conduct the service on Sunday, profound impression. lIe will ccn I' I Sleepy.! Expert. Novelties, Etc., you generally ,"
$5.00 Frank Walker S2.00 3 .
; John
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15th, at which the Sacrament of the tinue until ''UP Hfp is goto' .
: T: Sunday naxt He will snjx a nightmare. "May 33 Experience at Starke.
McLennon, $6.00 Caroline Griffis years .
,' I 4: Lord's Supper will be administered. next fill an appointment in Arkansas. $4.00; Mrs. Breeze;, $7.00; Nora Raw-, I be It.WOU' D'Age-Herald.t bo if tied wake. up.Uirwingtui ."-. 4 Then-'s STUMP'S A Reason." ..


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