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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: Assessors Agree Upon 50 Per cent .. State College for Women ProvidesSpecial .

i: HOLDS MEETING Valuation.-- SECTION ALIVE : OF PRIMARY LAW\? Whatever Florida wish Work preparation to for make Teachers.the for womenof their i j r MET Or1 ff10I DAY 4)ri. )

Many county assessors gathered at
I advancement in the
teaching profession -
on Monday for the pur-
I they will find that the Florida: .:
pose of discussing the orders of the

.., SANITARY CONTRACT LET state tax commission that all proper- I CITIZENS ARE UP-TO-DATE OFFICIALS WERE IN DOUBT : Stat College for Women provides the BIDS ON BONDS RECEIVED
best instructors that be secured in
ties should be assessed at full value.It can (
,'- II" the state for any special work. j I .
was conceded that a uniform rate

t Ordinance to Repeal Section should be adopted throughout the ; Rich Territory Offers Unequalled Attorney General West Defines: No fees, no tuition, in any Spring Bank of Starke Offered to Buy

t 1 :143 of Codified Ordinances state by each county-because the,:i Advantages of Thousands the Meaning of the Review Board,Course.including room, boat and|i'! Starke School Bonds

Passed by Vote of 3 to 1 present system has been unfair to of Homeseekers. I at Par. -
; those counties where higher valuations ::1 New Laws light, is only $13.50 per month. |I *

f .i Along with the teachers course of ---- .
(' /, I had been placed; but the point i i I

:. ", The council met in regular session upon which justice would be universalhad Through some degree of negligence the spring term, which offers a review -I The Bradford county board of II
, I Tallahassee.-Some of the registration in all subjects for .
.1\ Thursday 2, 1914. Present, E. S. not been decided.To I on the part of the citizens of Brook a.j' education held a .pedal meeting
: officers of the state seem to be first, second and third grade certifi-
'1:t T| Matthews, chairman, J. W. Andrews, assess at full values, following and vicinity, this very important truck I I Monday for the purpose of consider- 1 ;
further muddled on the new Bryan cate, there will be classes for those
I \Jrjr., S. A. Bryan, N. D. Wainrightp'Minutes the order of the state officers, all of growing section has been overlookedby I I primary law. They have construed desiring to prepare for the State Pri- !i ing bids upon the several issues of .

:-t. of last meeting read and apt the assessors believed would be harm- thousands of settlers who have bonds for the Starke, Li-wtey, Raiford j
section 12 of this act as requiring mary certificate. The course will last
S proved. ful; and would bring the state into left the frozen North to locate In I I ': and Lake Butler special school dis- /'
voters, on registering, to make oath three months and the examination will I.
;/; Applications of R. P. Mattox, W. F. disrepute even though the millage Florida, where the climate is not '' tricts, and to receive bids for the construction i
'that their poll taxes are paid, and be held at the close of the term. Stu- 'I
;r: Mott' and P. Smith for the sanitary should be lowered in the same ratio; equalled anywhere, and of the most I of the new whool building J tin
have refused to allow a voter to dents will have the advantage of the
.r* work were taken Motion by Mr. and it was a question as to whether profitable industries. I the Starke special district. ,
I: register that could not make such entire equipment of the college.To .
.) ,Wainright second by Mr. Bryan, to I millage declared in special school districts Brooker is located on the Wannee I oath. ,The secretary of state has be eligible for this examination I The bid of par and $351 premium J r4

1.eeept Mr. Mott's bid at $3.00 per day.I and in special road and bridge branch of the S. A' L. Ry., and is been called upon for his opinion as teachers must have had three years'. for the Lawtey bonds $11,000, by .

"- .f Motion carried. Mr. Mott was requested districts could be reduced without the greatest shipping point on this I to the meaning of said section, and experience in regular Primary Work Spitzer, Rorick & Co., Chicago, 111., '

c;'A to give bond in the sum of affecting the validity of the bonds.It line. The progressive farmers here I''he in turn has referred the matter to I in a regular graded school in the was accepted. I ',

$500 for the faithful performance of was finally agreed that all pro- have long since laid aside the old Attorney General West for obis opinion .' state. The First National Bank of Barnes- 10
'. perty-both real and personal- method of farming and taken up the for -
contract bid and
his vine 0., $31 premium
which is fully set out in the I Any teacher who cannot attend this par '
; '" Upon motion the mayor and chief should be assessed at half its actual use of the best farming implements communication II Raiford LC..U.c, ,O00, vhich was ac-
following following ,, course but who is eligible, will be i .. ,
.*:JQ cash value. Such a decision seemedto and have supplied themselves with
authorized to hire teams :
, police were cepted.
addressed Hon. H. Crawford
, to Clay ,I allowed to apply for this special examination
meet the general approvalandthe the best stock the market affords with \1 received for
: '.' as often as necessary to remove of state A bid of 97 cents wa"
secretary : at the College in June,,
effect will not be felt in many which to make and market thir crops. bid
; f trash from streets. : the Lake Butler bonds, but this .
I Hon. II. Clay Crawford, Secretary r when they have filed their credentials,
; \. Capt D. C. Jones was present in counties. Their success in growing sea-island of State, Talahassee, Fla.-Dear Sir;:: SAN was rejected. -

,. 3;. behalf of the Military Company re- cotton, corn, peanuts, sugar cane, Yours of the 22nd instant has beer EXPLANATION. The State not having yet taken the ,

, : rP questing the council to grant the said MATRONS ENTERTAINED. sweet potatoes and other held crops I received. I note your inquiry, whichis Editor Telegraph-Please allow me Starke bonds, the Bank of Starke

I .. military company the use of the Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., entertained in the last ten years has enabled stated as follows: space to make an explanation. I see offered par for the remainder of the
{! streets for carnival to be produced them to adopt profitable means of issue amounting to $18,0t) >0. This will
,, a I the Young Matrons' Club at her "There has arisen some confusion from a copy of the Florida Times- ,
",iI by the Johnny J. Jones Company, the: I home on West Madison street Wednes- farming, and in addition to their old with the supervisors of registrationas Union dated Feb. 7th, that the local I allow the school authorities to pro-

erection of all tents- and structures to line of farming they have discoveredthat ceed without further with the '
:; "" day afternoon.The to the proper construction of section officers frr-"d there v.-ouVd be an dtjiay\
: 'IJ be under the supervision of the street there is a good market for all I erection of the Starke sinool building.
house was artistically decorated 12 of chapter 6459, Laws of ettempt made to lynch the negro,

: 'j' committee. Motion by Mr. Andrews, for the occasion, the color motif the early vegetables they can raise, :I Florida, as applies to payment of poll Will Moore, and I will say that a I Eleven bids for the construction of '

. ;. second by Mr. Bryan, that the. Mili- being green and white, and the idea Irish potatoes string-beans, water- taxes as a prerequisite to registration. r.r.K>rity of the citizens of Raifordare the Starke school buildng: were re- 04

, "' tary Company be granted the use of was carried out even in the refresh- melons, canteloupes, cukes, okra and "Please advise me your construction in favor of catching the said Will ceived. A bid of $33,9i'5! by Robert

: the streets, said company to have the ments, chicken salad covered with squashes grow very abundantly here of the said law." Moore and dealing to him his just I I Gillespie with the highest, and the :

:I streets cleaned up after the carnival whipped cream being served in green with less fertilizer than most of truck Replying to this inquiry, I will say reward. After the capture of Will I bid of $27,400 by Smith & Watson,

j. has gone. Motion carried..The peppers. Twisted green and white growing sections and the profit is nat- that in my opinion the legislature did Mocre, the negro who stole the life of Albany, Ga., was the lowest re- '.

fire chief was instructed to get crepe paper was suspended from the urally greater on account of the name- not intend to require and the languageused of W. T. Andrews, by the officers :ceived. The contract will probably I Ii J '

prices an hose reels, and bring before: ceiling and a large white bell hungin less advantages they have over other in the statute should not be who put forth every effort to catch i t be let in a few days to Smith & .

I i.; ,the council at regular meeting. points of the state. The acreage this the Watson. The trustees are now investigating -
the center of the room. The ,cut construed as requiring the payment of murderer, the citizens of Raifordare :

i -:.*' "An ordinance was presented to repeal flowers were yellow jasmines." season will be larger than ever be- poll taxes as a prerequisite to registration willing' for him to have a fair i the responsibility of the !} .' -

l 1; Sections 51 of the codified or- The game of Five Hundred was fore in the vegetable line and we expect -! for primary elections to be and impartial trial and to be tried latter firm. .

i ,v dinance of the town read first time in played and Mrs. B. C. Willis receivedthe not only to produce an excellent I held in this state as provided for by by a jury of Bradford county citizens I E. Matthews and A. H. Freeman

[ *, ,fall Upon motion the rules were highest score. quantity of vegetables, but expect to chapter 6469, Acts of 1913, Lafws of I and before the Hon. Judge Wills, and were elected trustees cf the Starke .

5 ( waived and ordinance read second After the games dainty refreshments prepare it in the latest style for the I Florida. I for the prosecution to be conducted school district to succeed T. D. Gunter .

,. ,time by title* only. Upon motion theo were served in two courses, the market. Experience has taught us By reference to section 11 of this I I by State's Attorney A. V. Long. ':and T. N. Limbaugh, reigned. Dr. '

.. rules were further waived and ordinance -' first course consisting of chicken saladin that the price received from the best statute it will be seen that one may While this calls to our memory the 1 Gunter will soon leave .Starke and

1 t' was read third time in full. green pepers and club sandwicheswith I markets in the north and east d2pends i'I' qualify to vote in the primary election many good citizens in Bradford i i I.Mr. Limbaugh resigned lecause his, aI. i

r : "The. vote on said ordinance was as coffee, and the second course of on the manner in which vegetables are by the payment of the poll taxes county whose lives have been taken ( private affairs prevent him fronti

["' f follows: strawberries, ice cream and walnut packed. We have always found ready I II I due him on or before the second Satur- : by worthless negroes, we still feel] i i properly discharging the duties of a V

r .. Ayes-Bryan, Wainright. cake. sales for our goods at the depot here | day in the month preceding: the monthin that when Will Moore is brought to, school trustee.

l" J. Nays-Andrews, Matthews. The invited guests were: MesdamesG. and we sometimes consign to :Macon j which the election is held, whereasit trial in Bradford county that justice, I --- S :

t As the vote was a tie the council C. Livingston, B. C. Willis C. H. Atlanta, Charleston, Richmond, Philadelphia is provided by sections 9 and 10 will soon overtake him. There is: I North and Scuth. II

", refused to pass the ordinance. Groves, Savannah, Ga.V.; H. Gra- and New York, receiving good i of this chapter that the registration nothing in the report that Raiford l Water iced with slivers! '

: An ordinance to repeal section 143 ham, J. E. Wilson, W. L. Wall, C. R. returns. The new Brooker House will II books for primary elections must citizens will try to take Will Moore.1 j Gracious, hear it blc ; .

; t of the codified ordinances of the town Alvarez, Jacksonville; J. M. Mitchell be prepared to take care of all buyers I close several weeks before this time. I' from the Gainesville jail or any othei,:.1 I House chock full of sh H3Ii -- ( .

.. 4 of Starke read first time in full. who visit this market, where and him.Respectfully Gas is burning low. > 'I
for is jail lynch
0. W. Alvarez, J. M. Brownlee, E. S. accomo-I The registration provided another ..
dations the best and I Ii Cook in kitchen grumliir!> .
motion the rules were waived are A. D. Andrews.
. Upon. Matthews, R. A. Weeks; Misses Ruth I and an idependent registration .
'- and ordinance read second time by The writer is interested in the steady for elec- Wifie in distress; '
Wainright, Belle Kelly, Louise Lamar, I I from that required general .
title. Upon motion the rules were growth of this section and the Under the statute above COUXTYCOURT.. I Frozen pipes are rumbling
i' Valdosta, Ga.; Carrie Darby, Mabel tions. referred \
'Y further waived and ordinance was read Darby. perity of its citizens and is not pros-I I to each voter must register Monday-Lemuel Brown, arrested Nice old season, yesCleveland ? .

: j\.the third time in full. Upon passage S tempting to boast or blow. we ,I every two years. The registration upon complaint of Singer Sewing I Plain Dealer

., of said ordinance the vote was as need is an equal share of the adver- I I books are now open for the first registration Machine Co., charged with embezzling .1\

\;. follows: MRS. ADDIE A. JOHNS. tising our state is favored with and under this law. The legislature the proceeds of the sale of three I Violets a-blooming .

A'-.; :Ayes-Andrews, Bryan, Wainright. Miss Addie Augusta Roberts, you would soon see Brooker on the I certainly would not say that the sewing machines, amounting to $127.II In their dewy beds, ,:
daughter of Mrs. and Mrs. Thomas ..
Nays-Matthews. map. I payment of poll taxes is a prere- Waived examination and was held to Vagrant winds perfuming; ,
Roberts, was born in Lisbon, Maine, BROOKER CITIZEN. Roses white and reds -' .
U Ordinance passed quisite to registration and at the circuit court under bond of $500. I : ;
May 13 1830 and died in Starke Fla.,
.:, Bid of D. C. Jones for work in the S same time, in the same act, providethat Jim Dell, Robert DeSue, A. Hanker- Winter's like a lover .

.. : park deferred to next meeting. Wednesday, February 4, 1914. DEATH OF MRS. E. P. DUNCAN. one could qualify as a voter in son and Clarance Townes, all colored, With a soft caress; /

. :f.The collector reported collections Miss Roberts grew to womanhoodin Mrs. E. P. Duncan died last Fridayin a primary election by the payment gambling $1 and costs. Blooms the southland's covtr- .' I I
.: Lisbon and lived there until she
. 'aor January: Jacksonville, where she was takingthe cf his poll taxes several weeks after I Tuesday-Frankie Goodwine, colored Nice old season? Yes!

:. : .:Room' rent __________________$20.00. was 25 years of age, when she came Friedman treatment for pulmonary -I I the registration books for such primary charged with assault with intentto Houston Post. '
t to Florida for the benefit of her health .
. "iRoad and bridge, from county 624.10 tuberculosis, at the age of 39 election to close. murder by Richard Reynolds, color- S ''I "
school in Alachua
and taught county NOTICE.
nPlnes __ __ _________________ 35.00 years. The confusion probably arises because ed. Waived examination and was 4r
-. for four At the of 29 % Take notice that I will March )
Licenses __ __' _______________ 31.50 years. age Mrs. Duncan had been a sufferer of the provision in the last! bound over to circuit court under bondof en '
she was united in marriage to Mr. I I 3rd, 1914, or as soon thereafter .(. .
.' ,-: from lung trouble for several years. sentence of section 12 of the statute $300. I
Archibald H. Johns, who died Jan- I may be heard apply for pardon for
: ft.*; $710.60 About two years ago she went to the I referred to requiring each person applying Wednesday-John Goff, passing
.* 6 1879. One child was born to Perry Williams who 'onvicted '
was < at
i, 4 Treasurer reported cash on hand: uary mountains of North Carolina in the for registration to make oath forged check at store of B. W. Hodges. ; .
. r. this union Mr. M. L. Johns, of this I the fall term of the circuit court for
. General Fund, overdraft:!_____ $2.53 hope of bettering her condition, but that he is qualified to vote under the Waived trial and was held under $500 !
After the death of her husband I Bradford county, Florida 1&13 of 2nd tl. a
e. /Interest: __ __ _______________ 395.73 city. the light air pressure in the high alti- i constitution and laws of the state of I II II bond. Ben Walker, colored, who is ; .
Johns resided in Portland, Me., I' offense liquor selling. desir-
: Jl'Sfclriiig: Fund _____________ 309.09 Mrs. tudes produced violent hemorrhagesof I Florida. Reference is here made to alleged to have forged the check pass- : Anyone '
: number of making fre- ing then be heard the
. 'BillS were paid as follows: for a years the lungs, and she was compelledto I! the oath prescribed in section 3 of ed by Goff, is still at large, but the may on
.: visits to her son at this place. of the application.
. General Fund. quent return to Florida where she im- i articl 1 of the constitution which authorities expect to apprehend him
;<' v : __ A few years ago she came to Starketo and considered : each elector is take and soon. I William C. Hedges,
:f/E. S. Matthews, mem.. council $1.00 prove'd rapidly was : required to
.. "> ,W. Wainright, Jr., mem. make her home with her son and cured until, a few months ago when subscribe at the time of his registration. -!I I Feb-13-2t Attorney for Fetitioner. '
until the time of her death. p
*' Ktonncil _t __ __ _______ ___ 1.O0 lived here she had a relapse, from which she This constitutional oath is re- poll taxes does; and, so far as I know,,! HAMPTON.The -:
; twin sister and I I'
r. Dun council___ 1.00 Mrs. Johns was a never recovered.The i I quired by section 178 of the general there has never been any question but
:MtV :=an, mem. great Culpepper meetings: closed -
member of her immediate I
.. : H.,D.-.Wainright, mem. council 1.00 : was the last Johns had body was prepared for burial I statutes, as it. is by section 12 of the !' what a person applying for registration -.I, here on Sunday night. During the -

S. A. Bryan, memo council----- 1.00 i family. Mrs. She a always happy, and shipped from Jacksonville to j I primary law. It must be taken by under the general election law : week the interest was intense. Cul- .
"VW.Wh council 1.00 placid disposition. was Tallahassee for interment, accompanied each elector when he applies for reg- could take the constitutional oath referred ,
te, mem. --- and bor- I i pepper held the crowd as few nen ; ...
9S., Crews; salary ___-______ 5.00 I I cheerful and optimistic retained never full by Mr. Duncan. Mrs. Duncan is I istration in the registration books for | to, although at the time all poll could do. His sermons were about f :

: ;';'T.,: Mott, salary __________ 6,641 rowed trouble.of her faculties She until the possession day-I survived by her husband, one daughter -! general elections. The time for registering -:( taxes then due by such person had an hour long, but the: interest was so \

: : BJ-;: Canova,. mayor's fees___ 6.00 I Miss Kate, a number of other for general ejections ends on not been paid. i 1 that there '
great was Attention
. I. Her mind was well rapt: '
& Bt- *s sKite salary and fees____ 53.00 i!1 of her death. lore and she often relatives and a large circle of friendsi the first Monday in August, preceding -i I It has never been contended that the from start to finish. There were '

1 E." i.. Burrsed, salary and fees 52.00 :' stored with classic the i who mourn her untimely death. I' the general election in November payment of poll taxes due is a pre- many conversions, and a large increase S

O.1.L" fees _____ 11.87.I delighted her friend, especially I o (General Statutes section 18-1): ); and requisite to registration fur general
: Futch, clerk's in the church membership.i .
;,I. L Warren, phone rent _:___ 1.75 o! children with whom she was a favorite I I. RABID DOG KILLED.Mr. I the time for registering for primary elections, and, inasmuch as the stat i i n 1- '

'i' : ,,\.;:Li Wall, fire chief ________ 6.00 with select quotations from the Andrew Green, who resides : elections; ends April 15, preceding the ute fixing the time for registrationand DEATH OF INFANT.- '
: poets. miles northwest of Starke, 'primary electi! in June (primary the payment of poll taxes for '
9 l)! $ri/Darby, fireman ______ 3.00Ml about two n ,; Little Wocdrow, the little fourteen .
'm.roitt: fireman _________ 3' was forced to kill a valuable bulldog election law, section 10)), whereas the primary elections are similar to the year old son of Jlr. and Mrs. J. S. '1J J

.. kSydboten2fireman ________ 3.00 I Road and Bridge Fund. Monday! that :was affected with time for the payment of poll tax for statutes covering this subject for general Thompson, who reside one miflVest "4t I .
and Co. rabies. Several days previous to the general elections is extended to the elect-ens, as has been shown, I j '
* :.y Alderman, fireman ______ 3.00 Quigley Lbr. Supply of Starke, was taken suddenly ill a :
. .bt.Gra} ?.. fireman _________ 1.00 | baskets and supplies ______ $92.29 time when Mr. Green found it necessary .second Saturday in October (General conclude, a I have stated above, that Friday and died Wednesday, ur.dVas : J

;m.*$.$<. 'C' n ', fireman' _________ 3.00:1* C. A. Futch, hauling _________ 4.00T. I to kill his dog, a strange dog Statutes, section! 202): ; and the time th. legi-ature did not intend to require buried in Crosby cemetery. ? i t _j

--- .1.wuSbjrniin'"fireIp' n _____ 1.00 : N. Kendrick, street work.. 2.00 I passed through the neighborhood and ,, for the payment Of poll taxes for primary and the statute should not be ) tf"

.. .. I. Miner! ____*._______ l-).00 Hull's D. pt. Store, rake ______ ..75R. engaged in,a fight with Mr. Green's : elections !is extended to the second construed as requiring the paymentof BERRY SHIPMENTS, f* '
? % _______ 92.42 I actions Sat"rds'> in May ( elec- poll! taxes as a prerequisite: to The strawberry Js* ist beginning !
r lfurner. :...'__,:.___________ 2.00 P. Mattox, saw work dog. The strange dog's excited y primary registration season *
: "_ ": Wp.innght. ___________ 2.00 t I I ,II the suspicion of Mr. Green and : tion law, section 11)). for primary"elections in this in this seeticfy, .havkg been 1
2.00 $191.46: he kept his own dog under close observation i i So that it appears in general elec-' state. ,.delayed somewhat, by cold and , s .
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.. I : tioss wr'l! : s.fn elections Respectfully submitted, ,but during he '
2.00 Council adjourned to next regular until he developed symptoms -j as ;; primary ,, { past
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i : :- : ; --; -- meeting. I of hydrophobia and then he was i I that the t'; for registration ends (signed- ) T. F. WEST, week about 60 crates have be >n shipped -

j ', -. I C. A. Futch, Clerk. forced to shoot him. .I before *1'f' for the payment of, Attorney. General from this point. -- IV
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f: t: 18. J:' If you are in need of any Farming Implements come in and look my

.r 1 Y1 r. armer( : stock over. I carry the most complete line ,of farming implements in'the

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

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.

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

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Notice To The Trading ''VnENEVEH ,YOU U NEED ;

irr Another Carload of f fk '

( ness I account have decided of other to go busi-out A GENERAL T TONIC B TAKE[ G GROVE'3['

of the merchantile businessand
> The Old Siandard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is Equally;
to close out I am offer- Valuable as a General Tonic because it Acts_ on the Liver '1

t tHORSES;: AND MULES ering few some bargains.follows I quote Drives Out Malaria Enriches the Blood and Builds up .
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the Whole System. For Grown People and Children ,,
White Meat, per Ib ______-___12 ftc
Smoked Meat, per lb ISftc J
Sirloin Steak You know what you are taking when you take Grove'i Tasteless chill Tonic
the formula is label showing that it contains the well
Round Steak ___________________15c j as tonic properties of printed QUININE on every and IRON. is as strong as the strongest known bitter e
!'Ol k, per lb., from --____12 J c to 15c tonic and is in Tasteless .Form. It has no equal for Malaria, Chills and Fever
I have I Bought out the meat market Weakness, general debility and loss appetite. Gives life and vigor to Nursing 1-
!. oi C. F. Massey and will appreciate Mothers and Pale. Sickly Children. Removes Biliousness without' purging a
.. ';', your trade. Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses the liver to action and :i

Shorts ______________________:$1.80 purifies the blood. A True Tonic and Sure Appetizer. A Complete Strengthenei.
"' Horse and mule feed ______ 1.75 f No family should be without it. Guaranteed by youi Druggist. We.....

r Best Jap Rice, per sack ________ 4.00 .1..1
Matches, per pkg ___-__________4e .. 4 _
., -pound! caDs tomatoes __________8c
Lard, per lb. ___-,.__________11 ft
: !:'f
.. ..!.":.. ., I Green Coffee, per ib.___,.___,.-_15e
.'. Charmer coffee, per can ______23c -.

:\, > ., Ne. 2 Tub ____________________55e ..
: ,' Nellie King Flour, per barreL$5.30No. .

-i. .:. .', : J 3 Tub, _____________________65e .,..
Three Thistles snuff, 6 cans for25c
1 Sardines, per can ________________4c ,
4, Lima Beans, per quart _______-_15c
1 Galvanized buckets _____________20c .
.J-.1 "Battle' Axe" Shoe, best en the mar : A fire-proof Safe in your home is not ,
ket, every pair guaranteed solid ;\

= 1 1J 1i leather Shoes at 60 cents to $3.00 per pair necessarily burglar-probf a safe 'Y!

Gun Shells per box _________--___40c
: cost.Good buggy.whips at absolutely first that is both fire and burglar-proof is a ;= .

.\ Hats, 50 cents to __>_________$2.50
Good N. 8 stoves ____________ 8.75 expensive and cumbersome
: Good No. 7 stoves ____________ 5.75 very thingIt A

When you want bargainscome is also an invitation to thieves that you have valuables '_

to see me. .in your house that are worth trying for. ;

J. C. CARTER, Starke, Fla. Put that which you can't replace in one of our Safe/"1- :

i Deposit Boxes. Our steel vaults sill protect you from* |:

1 i for cheapness. Double strength glass fire and Yale Locks
not only keep out burglars but give /,\
may even be more economical in a

J! I I'. We have been in the St. Louis 'market tenant house than single strength, you absolute privacy.Bank,, :. .< ..

notwithstanding its greater cost. A

i this week and purchased a carload of. kitchen sink may be a paying invest- .
although it excludes a bay window,, of Starke
or a fireplace, which has been the pet :
Horses and Mules for the local market. notion of the housewife. Screened-in .

kitchen porches, sleeping porches,, .

: 'f The shipment will arrive not later than Tuesday, 17th. double or triple windows and kitchen 4v Fi 0 3i0CP 01f5
.. 1 conveniences are fine economical features -

i This stock .is all well broken and ready for work. Weinvite plans which may well even consider.the smallest Separate house ------ D-

i r It dining rooms for families that gener ,
f inspection. ally eat in the kitchen are less important J i
r i
# as are "parlors." Those sep- iy

f. .._: J. W. Andrews & Son. erate tems which rooms of plumbing involve may,have heating aditional complete and sys- : t i'Z ..

The kitchen is the most importanlroom \ c L c
I. in the farm house. l 1
For the average farmer, economy
"I,,,! bars a room especially reserved for:
13:. weddings and funerals. A back stairway
l-;. .. THE FARMER'S KITCHEN. for farm house plans. About 660 tion seem to prove the fact that the in small houses is an unnecessary'

-11 of farm houses submitted sins which account for the existenceof
'& Farm Architect Points Out Importance plans were luxury. Large hall which are neve:
of Comfortable Home. not one of which was fully satisfac- these institutions are often bred used to live in, but merely as thoroughfares /

I' tory. The larger number insisted on in inadequate and uphappy farm are feature. which can (
" Washington, D. C., Jan. 29. Theimportance social be dispensed with in the interest of 4
some particular pet ,,notioh and em- homes. So this aspect of the
I a smaller outlay of
to the farmer of having phasized a single feature to the neg- problem is considerable.The Other features that money.should give

}, an economical farm house has been lect of other important ones. The public is awakening to the to a comfortable and' convenient kitchen way If 1tis -
a patent
! emphasized by the farm architect of men and woman who familiarize fact that better farm houses are are narrow porches, filigree work, z

'; the Department of Agriculture, who themselves with the work to be done needed, and the special feature which numerous angles in walls and roof, .

t. ,states that the mental and physical and them; apply themselves to the many farm papers now issue as a useless doors. There should be an medicine we have it.; We carry

) t;; fitness of the laborers both within single task of devising means are the "Home Building Number" its intelligent' purpose for every cubic the best selection of
proves medicines
t the house and in the fields are vitally ones who, with the co-operation of the foot of space and for every piece of patent
interest to thousands' of readers.
f affected "by the building that affords farmers, and, their wives, can best material about the building, if'possible. in this Our stock is fresh
The Office of Farm
the family shelter. The average American handle the far mhouse problem.One Management of .
;f farm home has failed to share of the most important details the Department of Agriculture has It may be found practicable for the -and is kept fresh by constant renewal -\

S in the improvements that are every .I regarding the average American farmis now undertaken fo investigate this Department of Agriculture to furnish direct from the makers. i iMitchell's
day being made in agricultural con- that it must be inexpensive. The problem systematically and to evolve, plans and specifications of farmhouses 5-
ditions and, according Jto the archi verage American 1, 8meplan82 82 if possible, practical improvements worked out for particular individual L- i "?'
tect, is a rebuke to our boasted civil- average annual net income of a farmer for the benefit of the farmer's home. needs. However; it -is bet f *
ization..Relatively he says, the house- today, after deducting five 'per Certain features are often overlooked lieved to be desirable to work t
wife of 'century ago with her fire- cent interest on his investment, is in providing economical arrangements plans and specifications for the general Drug Store 1
place cooking and log cabin was bet- less than $400. This does not mean for the household when needs of farmers and to illustrateand
ter provided for than is the house- that the houses may not be attrac- they might be easily provided for. explain the plans so that the

wife today. tive. They may, if intelligently I One of the specialists of the Officeof farmer may understand the principles STARKE, FLORIDA '>.
The most important building an a planned with the help of vines,. Farm Management learned froma involved and apply them whenhe *c

farm is the home. The health, comfort -i shrubs and trees, become the prettiest t woman in Pennsylvania, who had remodels his present house. The . . . ., ; c.
and happiness of the the landscape and Office o(; Farm Management is endeavoring .
family ar ,more broken down from overwork, that she :
dependent upon its construction an ebeautiful and inexpensive than the had been carrying coal from the barn to help the farmer and the t -

equipment, and unless these mattersare crowded city houses. for years. When the husband was farmer's wife along these lines. '*1
looked after the sanitary dairy The tenant-house problem is grow asked if there was any reason why .
barn or the economically constructed ing in imporance as can be seen fromthe a coal bunker could not have. been I. IN MEMORIAM. For Results UseFavorite -.- ;: 71
._ buildings for stock are of little value. fact that the number of rented provided near the'cook stove and filled Charlie Benton was a boy nineteen .
.. and contentment the farms increased than -years of age, a boy of a noble reputation
Happiness by more 324,000 directly from the wagon, he answered
and obedient to his
family are as essential to efficient during the last decade. Today little l that there was none, but thatno -' parents. He Fertilizers
I' leaves tc mourn father three sisters
4 J ,senrjce as improved tools and outbuildings more,'than half the farms in this one had ever thought of it. This a ,
and three brothers, besides "', '
!}'! a host of .
country are operated by the owners. one detail has been found neglected in OJ
Although the housewife spends, in To Economize The Housewife'sStrength. other cases where it could have been friends. But we remember when our CJ J They grow the best Corn, Cotton/Sugar Cane. .
8'. mafiiy cases, lifetime in her "work- easily remedied, if only someone had Lord.said, "Blessed are those servants Sweet Potatoes and ;Truck. '1
whom he finds
,#0 .. "hop" the kitchen and the family The possible ,economy in household thought of it. comes." watching when he CJ I Our Irish Potato Fertilizer easily .I leads aDi
rooms, she is not, as a rule, capableof labor ud 'the cons-jrvation of the After economy in the constructionof ,
Sloep on, Charlie, and take thy rest, others In quality. Write'for'Boakat. ;
planning a house in the highest strength of the housewife are two the building and in the house wp rk I Weshare .
., degree serviceable and comfortablewithout important factors to be considered in has been attained, attention will be mutual our mutual burdens woes bear, pun ,
assistance.' Her help, how the construction of a farm house. given to developing beauty. Sipmlicity ; Potatoes. Get
And often for each other flows our prices.
ever is essential to the farm architect Pleasant and comfortable, farm homes in line and good proportions are The sympathizing tear. i i -ir'
as the result of his'plans must tend to hold families together; but meant by the use of this wor dbeau fWhen\ we asunder '
vitally concern her. the cheerless, unlovable and unsanitary and not so-called applied "ornaments."' It gives us inward part Independent FertilizerCompanyJACKSONVILLE
$-\ In 1910 western farm at houses drive and pain; '
a paper boys girls to This simplicity is in *
k41:! s +., ,the suggestion of,the Department of4'ift"tM' th city. Investigations.\bf .prisons,, with a general pla/i entirely' of economy.keeping And But we hope shall to still meet be again.joined in heart: ; FLA. . ; tune, conducted. a competitii ; asylums and oases of correc-j Economy however .. '
f (iI.. ,., .,.. .. .i : ,is not a synonym A Errand
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5 N''j. .'CH.. ::. t""' -.'f.:'.'.:;;<.5-"" ".,.. ;" $.,"-':'''',,i ...... ,. + s, .' -
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Things That Are Happening In Florida as Told bj .";

.... Our. Exchange THE INTER-STATE LIFE ':' '

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V - - - ----.VTV. VT YYYYYVY ;

C. H., Alston a negro lawyer has Gainesville, Jan. 29.-The jury sitting -

beenfound guilty of unfair practice in the case of the state vs. William '
divorce case in which he had
t i in\a
Thomas and B. F. Carter indictedfor
retained, and was disbarred for I INSURANCE
been the murder of Spencer Martin, COMPANY
of two years by Judge F. M.
a term whose body with that of W. A. Justice -t I
Robles in Tampa. One of the allega- I
i was found floating on the Suwannee __
was that Alston changed figures .
tions I.
river in the dxtreme western .-'
to make 1912 read or''J .,
the case so as :
part of Alachua county on October '" Officers of the Inter-State '.'itII
1910. He acknowledged the deed, but Life Insurance Company
26, retired about o'clock last night. ;
averred that he was under the impression -
Failing to report up to 9 o'clock in s
that he was right II '
the evening Judge Willis ordered that FATTENING FOWLS. OFFICERS DIRECTORS

Commodore Roome was exonerated court recess Until 9 o'clock this morn I I The best time in the year to fatten E.. C. CHITTY-----------------President E. C. CHITTY----_______Micanopy, FIa. :

of blame, at the coron,tr's( inquest ing. About five minutes after court chickens is in the fall In' order to get .
I PERRY M. COLSON B. R. COLSON___________GainesTi'Ie, fla. 'I:
to the' death of Norman opened today the jury filed into the
I the best prices for the birds the fattening Vice-Pres. and Mgr. Publicity Dept. R. M. E
CHAMBERUNhcanopy Fla.
Chamberlain, who was fatally injured box and reported that they had reached ,

when the Commodore's; car struck a verdict It read: "We, the jury should be started in time to CHRIS MATHESON_____Vice-President PERRY !I. COLSON_____GainesvUie, Fla. -

. .. him on the public road: near'Miami a find the defendants William Thomas i.i get them ready for the early fall and MONROE VENABLE______Vice-President MONROE VENABLE ________Archer, Fla. .

, few days ago. The victim was employed and R. F. Carter, guilty of murder in' the holiday markets. WALTER COLSON W. M. JOHNSON_______.Gainesville, Fla.

-t.' on the roads. The testimony the second degree. So say we all-: Where the coops and the quarterscan Secretary and General Manager J. B. STOCKMAN__________Trenton,Fla.

) > showed that he unconsciously walkedin W. R. Rogers foreman. the court be arranged the cramming method B. R. COLSONTreasurer GEO. P. LONGGalnesd !
f! front of the automobile which "was the JOSEPH J. BELL_______________Actuary
fast, but not too fast" Hosford-An order accepted by of feeding will pay better than any : WALTER COLSON .____.G inesdIle, Fla.

going Graves Lumber Company for two I other that can be used. It gives the DR. JAMES H. COLSON, Medical Director CHRIS MATHESON Gainesville Fla.
Wd'A whirl-wind, or what is common pieces of merchantable long leaf yellow birds a finish that cannot be equaled- '_ ;

ft's ly called a cyclone of unusual via pine timber, was cut last Friday. in'any other way. The Inter-State Life Insurance Company these are to be sold or offered to the All the standard-forms of insur-

i Ii'j ence took a hand in things out near This timber is the largest ever cut The success of cramming depends with its home office at Gainesville public if such is to be done, and' also ance written elsewuere by different jf f:
,' Brewton road and caused considerable -
Connor's Still on the in this section greatly on the quarters. The birds Florida is the newest companyof the holdings of the various officers companies are written by the Inter- :

I: early Saturday morning. While the talk among the bystanders as must not have any exercise, being its kind in this State, if not in the and directors of said 'company.: By State. In addition!'to these the .
storm didlnot strike the still buildings it left: the mill Superintendent Spencer confined in in entire South. With authorized this the ex- .t
closely coops placed a an.- greatest public may learn of perts of this company have devised a 'k
'' be for "
it' struck so near them as to received many compliments semi-darkened shed. The fattening capital of $300,000.00 this company received the operations of the company at any number of special forms of policies ;
recordsfor I ,
decidedly uncomfortable for those in having broken all previous j coops ,will have to be specially madein its charter in October of last I time. With this method of doing busi- particularly adapted to meet conditions flIJI .
timber of such I -
estimated manufacturing measurement, of most cases. I use one-half inch year. The Inter-State is organized ness there can be little doubt as to { in Florida, and serve the busi- I fin

size and value. The thick and one and one-half inches. and authorized to do an.pld line legal the success of the concern. ness interests of this State. i-
l'little were uprooted, or twisted off. these logs before going to the saw, These are placed on the coop the reserve life insurance business. *

.. Milton apparently being favored by was as follows: One 37 inches di- sides, the ends, and the top, leaving.a There is much to be gained on the The stock of the company offers an j

,.. the gods was ,undisturbed by this ameter and 52 feet long, containing space about; two inches wide be- Officered by prominent influentialand part of the public by helping to build attractive proposition to the investor

storm the only effects. felt here being 3,539 feet; the other was 36 inches tween the slats. On the. bottom of progressive business and profes- and dealing with a home life insur- because of the soundness of the organization '

.' a few moments of hard wind at the diameter, 45 feet long containing the coop I us? the Same slats, nailing sional men of Florida this company ance company. It being a convenient and itsa'remarkable field s

: time, which did no damage.-Milton 2,808 feet, a total of 6,419 feet It them on about three-quarters of an promise soon to become one of the and economical source there is no delay for operation. L'veryon4 familiar '' I

1! Gazette. was consigned to the Florida East I inch aparti big strong concerns of. the South. in case of. loss. Dealing with a with insurance conditions in Floridais j

t ., The St Petersburg Independentsays Coast Railway Company, Marathonand i There is another type of coop in use home company, composed of home enthusiastic about the future of
stick The need for a life insurance com-
t : "Contracts for putting :down was valued at $200 per -,that is six and a half feet long six- pany such as the'Inter-State home men' you know, gives you a feeling of the Inter-State. The men behind the

three miles of brick streets in Times Union. i teen inches from back to front and interest and security and confidencein organization'vouch its future success. f
:* about company for home people-has long
let this morning Orlando Jan. 29.Orlando will soon eighteen inches in height. It is divid- been and your protection. The men who
T' St Petersburg were 1 felt recognized. The senti- The strictest economy will prevail
: to the Georgia Engineering Company have at its command $100,000 to be ed into three compartments by means ment favoring home industry is strongin serve you are the men you meet and in the
do business with You of the businessof
&: at a price of 5 cents a square yard I used for street paving purposes. Proceedings of board.partitions. These compart- Florida as the people of this thriving every

lower than has ever been secured in :; are now in progress for the ments will each hold four or five birds. State have come to realize the ad- that the money you pay out for the the company. None of the officials ;

.1' this city and said tobe the lowest validation of the bond issue that is to Chickens in this type of coop are vantage of patronizing home industry, protection of yourself and your familyis will be salaried until the company is

hprice for paving ever made in Florida. I. make available this large sum that in fed from a trough fastened along the and the Inter-State has already felt kept at home to aid the develop- on a successful operating basis, and

t.I which secured the con-. all will be spent in the front where the birds in all the compartments ment of home enterprise.In .
. The company probability this prestige through an excellent then only those who are active and

>.J tract bid $1.49 a square yard for paving -I various streets of the city. In this can reach the rations easily.It progress made up to the present time. helping to build a home insur- necessarily in he. conduct of the business '-|

; 25 cents a cubic yard for grading i connection there has been much talk is an ordinary V-shaped trough The patronage of home industrymeans in
: ance other kind
company as any will be
'and 38 1-2 cents a lineal foot for' of narrowing the streets especiallythose shallow and so fastened that it comes the keeping of your money at I of home endeavor and in giving

. granite curbing. The lowest bid ever'I in the residential sections say just above the level of the coop floor. home with the chance of handling it insurance business to a home company your-I The personnel cf the. officers, if

secured before was $1.54 for paving; I to something like a regulated and When I choose birds for the cramming over and over again. It means in a is and immediately -
5 1-2 cents feet I pick out the three- every man directly closely investigated, and the exceptional : ,
25 cents for grading and 44 uniform width of twenty-four process broad sense the ultimate upbuilding of benefitted himself well
f 'j has been tak- pounders that are healthly and as opportunities offered, if fully
action vigorI
t.,: for. curbing. While no definite I your own State and a bigger and better as the company. !
en by the commissioners the propo- ous. During the first week they are citizenship. The Inter-State has understood, would cot necessitate any "

Plans have been completed by the for I sition has been under consideration, fed from the troughs all they will eat,''I; started right for it has qualified under There can be no question as to the selling agency to place its'stock. 'The ==

r ,Lackawanna Railroad Company and has even been openly discussed ina three times daily The actual cram- I the law regulating investment companies security and safety of the Inter-State closest 'is invited
for eigh- scrutiny covering
the expenditure of $450,000 most favorable by the city officials ming should not begin till the second I' known the "BlueSky"
way .. commonly as Life Insurance Company as it meets
ti teen monster engines of the! Pacific every feature of this which
week. company
like the
much ;
which looks very law. With a charter such as has the same protective requirements as
type fourteen of which will be used proposition would ripen into an ordi- The ration consists of finely ground been issued this company there comes any of the large Eastern companies. gives promise of one of the most successful -

. fOT the fast freight service.' The fourteen nance making the fund pave a larger meal ground oats wheat middlings from'the office of the comptroller and The' same method of organization, and strangest! concerns of its

.' freight engines will each tractive weigh amount of street surface as it seems I or animal meal all mixed together with the attorney general a permit which the same requirements have been,ad- kind in he South {

286,000 pounds and have a to be the intention to pave from curb buttermilk or skim milk. This mixture really places the stamp of approval, opted. -

, effort of 45,000 pounds. They will be to curb on all. thoroughfares.Mr. I I ,may be put together the fol- branding the company with a great Five of the officers of the Inter- '
of the models known 1151 class,
F lowing proportions: Animal meal one There is with State '
deal of importance and significance on deposit the. State Life Insurance Company are
'J' of which are in use on the railroad J. T. Bragdon, a well known
some oatmeal wheat mid-
part one part
; ; meaning that the officers of such an treasurer sufficient funds to guaran-
at the present time. The four naval stores operator of St. George directors in National and State Banks 'e i
four and five
dlings, parts oatmeal organization are taking every neces- tee maximum protection to all holdersof
engines will be somewhat Island reports that ,a 'negro in his in Gainesville .and eurruending'' .
passenger parts. This may be worked into a sary precaution in behalf of those policies in the State of Florida.
heavier' than the freighters, their by the 'name of Will Lee kill-
smooth paste and fed' with the cram- whom it will serve. .country.Every. >i h, A', ,
weight being 288,000 pounds. These ed an aligator on the Island that ming machines or forced down thebirds' The Inter-State Life Insurance Company -

. will be of the Pacific 1100 type, such was the daddy of them all The hide throats by hand. Many of the There is much to be gained by a is operated under the code of member of the Board of

" as are noy used on the limited trains after it was tripped from the carcas cramming machines are inexpensiveand corporation starting business under, laws provided by the United States Directors of this company have a well d

'i1:. operated by the railroad. Their trac- measured eighteen feet. The headof easy to operate.In this law. It gains the confidence oi, government, and adopted by practically established. business and profession, *

&:. tive. effort will be 50,000.. the saurian was at least four feet most of the,machines the pasteis the people at once, because of the fact,, all the insurance departments of own and, occupy 'heir owja; homes, 4 ;

:f 29.-A big land deal long' making a total length of 22 held in a reservoir and is forced that a full and complete statement oi all the.various States therefore are in R
; Orlando Jan. tail- they a position to
feet from the snout to tip of !
consummated in which Mr. into the bird's crop through a rubber business done and contemplated is filed

i 1'" was Wallace of the firm today of Crawford & the largest alligator ever killed in tube. In cramming the bird is held with the State comptroller, 'together The Inter-State is in every sense of make good, thelrj! promises for an "r'

this section of Fonda and one of the all stocks and bonds of the word economical management of said eom- ;
' Wallace disposed of,what is known as firmly under the left arm and the tube with report on a legal reserve company,
lergest ever killed in the state. The in which sound in its feature.far '
t: the "Daniels Tract" 500 to 600 acres, Mr. inserted in the throat When the the company and the nature every pany. -

f close around 10000. measurements were taken by crop is filled the bird is put back in
; involving a sum that
Bragdon who was very careful the coop. The cramming by hand,is -
was" Rankin
4. The purchaser Mr. Lamar ; HOW TO FIGHT VERMIN. penetrating than I in check and is
foo mistake was made. Mr. Bragdonsays slower and less satisfactory but more anything keeping body-lice\
to cut patient
of Atlanta Ga. who'proposes .
truck 'farms that sometime ago while horseback work will get a great deal more Many people today who raise poultry hare ever_tried. Spray it into every the natural metho of protection, but f
1 the land into tenacre ;
which will be sold to actual settlers. :riding on the Island'he noticeda food into the bird than would be. takenon know how, to prevent and to ex- crack and crevice in the house. The can never, .bedeperried'upon as. a.cure. f.'*
.): marked trail on the small,
*: The land in question is located at: plainly its own initiative. terminate vermin, but to do the workat morning is the best time to do this in To exterminate Udy-lice use a'good
strip of land that separates two ponds I
I The of chicken be increased
Fairville on the Seaboard Railway, the Island. Scattered along this weight a may just the right time seems_to trouble order to allow the air to become purified insect powder. Tike the fowl by the "
on : '
from 25 to 50 in four
i, and only about three miles from Or-: trail he saw a number of,hog bones: weeks of feeding. Naturally the them says A. E. Vandervort in Farm before roosting-time at night. feet, thrust,. her had into galvanizediron
will be the trading point
lando which
is and also bones that formerly belonged -! greatest gain comes during tllast. and Fireside .Springfield 0. The perches and nest-boxes should half bushel or, similar receptacle, .
It un-
for the proposedsettlers. .' Vr
derstood that the lands are to be plat- to sundry cows and calves.-Tropic I two weeks of the cramming. (The These insects have such strong pow- also receive a treatment. Some like so that all powder that does not go

ted at once and offered to those interested al Topics. quality of the flesh' is greatly improved ers of reproduction that oftentimes a whitewash better. It is all right, providing into the feathers can be saved for I ftf ;

,1 in the farming proposition A special to the Times-Union dated at this time. few days of neglect will everwhelm it is done thoroughly. For future use. 'Dust her feathers full. ;

which is fast becoming one' of the Sanford, Jan. 26th, says:. "Deputy Gravel or some other form of grit the whole flock. This is especially whitewashing the.'best method is to If the powder is good and the work

chief resources of the State. Sheriff McCulley of Oviedo had a should be supplied during the process. hue of the little 'red mite. During fill a fifty-gallon cask pretty full of thoroughly done, there will be no live 7
When a bird gets out of condition he
peculiar experience this afternoon chilly or real cold weather they neither good fresh hot whitewash and dip lice ten minutes after the operation.Do .
W. R. Rogers, foreman. The may as well be given a dose of salts
almost to suffoca- with a negro prisoner whom he was breed nor feed but woe unto poor the nests and perches in it Use a not stop with a single treatment, ;
was packed and turned out on the runs. Water
attempting to bring to Sanford to hens at the first approach of warm brush for parts which cannot be immersed for there is another crop that will g .
tion yesterday afternoon as the lawyers should be given twice daily but it is
A. place in jail for flimflamming another weather. These pests approach the irk the whitewash. Whitewashing hatch from the hits. To make a clean 'j
presented arguments. Col C. When not a good plan to leave it before; the
negro out of certain eatables. fowl only at their feeding-time suck the house all over gives it a sweep a second treatment must be ;
Hardee of Live Oak opened for the birds all day.
.' A. the officer took the negro on the train what blood they need and return to very neat apearance and at the same given after a week or ten days and -
', state, being followed by Col B. I 'As soon as the birds are ready for
and after the train got under good time the vermin. This is best
'' their hiding places, which are always kills you will have no more body-lice. 3
;, Thrasher and Col. Robert W. Davis the market they should be sold. Aftera
"" headway the negro doubled himselfup I beneath the perches and in the nest applied with a good sprayer. : The head-lice are entirely different
for the defense.:: Col Davis made an certain amount of flesh has been
t y ; -- his.elients. mainjft in a ball and flung himself out ofa boxes. If not checked they will spreadto Body-lice, which. are most destruc- from the other kinds of lice and are
u eloquent plea for put on them further gains will be
window and began a hurried hike every crack and crevice in the tive to the health of the young stock, true to their name, as they are never =i'
; taining'that the original confession of sm alL They should be hastenedto
f out through the sticks. The officer very house. Prevention is therefore most are the primary cause of many chicks found' anywhere but on the head and "
1i. Harrison Lanier, who was indicted time to signal the trainto the market or killed and dressed
did not importantFirst becoming stunted. Furthermore a neck. At molting time as many as
with Thomas and Carter but and then sold.-D. F. DuBois in Or-
Id' -. jointly stop but hurled himself throughthe all roosts rooms should be flock of'fowls infested with body-lice I I half a dozen may be found on a singlequill '
.i'i' in whose the court granted a chard and Farm San Francisco.
case version of same window and began a chase I smooth, making as few hiding places require at least twice as much food They are also very common and t

'. severance, was the correct through the hammock after the escap- The Bradford County Abstract Co. I for the mites as possible. and a general weakness is bound to destructive among young chicks. To sx
in statement
1 the murderers. Lanier a
ed prisoner punctuating each of his and next boxes flock which makes them rid of head-lice
and others, has placed a large and attractive sign Second perches come over a get apply equal parts
made to Sheriff Ramsey
I declared seven league strides with well directed board on the oak tree east of the should never be nailed as permanent I easy victims to disease. I of sweet oil and kerosene to: tine .,
November "
.. on the I fifth of last shots from a Colt's .48, all of Merchants Grocery Co.'s building and fixtures in..the house. They should Body-lice are on the body only. feathers of the head and 'neck. A few
that it was he who killed which accelerated the speed of said facing the railroad track. The boardis always be removable: Their breeding place is below the vent. drops will do the work. It will do po *

: 'tin and Justice. However;when for placed the- culprit to such an' extent that he ran 7x12 feet, has a white backgroundand Third the greatest degree of cleanlinesS of the fowl, and their eggs are at- I i harm to apply the powder! to kill the &

on the stand as witness his plump into another officer who was i I it in black letters appears 'should be observed, especially tached to the base of the feathers as head-lice, but it is impossible to get .- .
state on ,Tuesday, he dclared that" and properly armed and on another mission the following: "Starke-Bopulation, during very Warm weather when them that is the warmest part of the fowl 'I' the powder at the base of the quills i

"fii first statemene was "mere talk, before he knew what he had 1,500 Good Water Electric Lights ites are most active. Incubation is rapid and perfect In of the neck to catch all, hence a pene- E

that Thomas and Carter did the this killing done. The negro was secured, 'an $30,000 School Good Churches, Finest When these pests; have once obtained looking for these you must be quick trating oil must be usedJ Than if you. ,. y ,
in face of .
I + The defendants automobile hired and' the negro landedin Farming Land in the State. 'Bradford a foothold ,in your poultry as they escape as soon as you open use the oil treatment for, the body-

jet up an alleged; alibi Solicitor Long Sheriff Hand's American plan hotelDm County Abstract Co., Land, Titles, houses they must be exterminated. the feathers. They' are not blood- louse applying it to all parts of the 'f
i, closed makings very vigorous .... Real Estate, Investments." The word houses they must. be, exterminated suckers, like the red mite, but live fowl's body it,'would: result\ fee ;

; able address., The jury took but two DM ........ .lIj- .....1 .... "Starke" appears in the upper left and for this purpose nothing isbettr mostly on the scales of the fowl's death of the fowls because all the

''\ ,ballots, it is said, and the unanimous old.reliable... w4I.Dr..I hand corner. in large letters and occupies or cheaper than kerosene. It is one body. These scales are necessary to pores of the body must- not be dosed.
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1t ?> Bradford Goiuty 'Telegraph FAULTY SURVEYS.A I TREES AND HEALTH. I j" I SEABOARD TIME TABLE. ;II:tM; 111111" *-

;Y; f short time ago the county surveyors Men and animals\ have good reason PAPER BAGCOOKING i On and after Sunday, January 4, + t; CHURCHES t.|

j of the state met in Ocala and' for their fonthess:: for trees. It is 1914, trains will run as follows: till 'tlllIlI + UIII n : '

Local and Long Distance Phone formed an association. This was for not 'only because trees add so much due III' .
No. 3, Jacksonville to Tampa, 1 (
' f
Number 40Published the sake of bringing about several' to the beauty of our streets, or because -I'|I.
K ; I at Starke 11:02 a.m.
measures of importance to the public. the attractiveness 'of rivers and ., Rev; C. M. Britton, pastor.. Sun. t

weekly, and entered u The first of these is to perpetuate the lakes or even of the seashore de- Great System Perfected by M. Na. 1, Jacksonville to Tampa, due day school 9:45, a. m. Morning Bel.'

I at Starke, 11:14 p.m. vice, U o'clock; evening service, -7]
'.second class matter at the post-office government corners still standing and pends largely upon"the trees that we!i Soyer, Famous London Chef. o'clock. Visitors cordially invited to
No. 15 Jacksonville to Cedar ,Key, ]
to establish those lost set. silent friends. ,
i m. ,at Starke, Florida. or never look upon them as They worship with us.
'f _, As this matter is something of which help uS in a more material way than '-"""- --""" """"' due at Starke 3:10 p.m. -= EpiscopaLRev. f

.E. S. Matthews, Editor and OwnerF. the average legislator knows nothingand their beauty, great as that help may IMPROVES MEATS OF ALL SORTS. No. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville, due
.: E. A. Sherrod, rector. S
E. Robbins, ___ Associate Editor, cares less, former attempts at be. They add j o our physical comfort at Starke, 2:37 p.m. r-.
Martha McCulloch Williams.Is
r i and Business Manager legislation therein have proven futile,|' and to our health. savory meat-no matter what No." 2, Tampa to Jacksonville, due vices first Sunday in every month 1

I" 'r' ". except for the making of private laws I I I The side, of the street having the sort-one of your gastronomic de- at Starke.4:54 a.m. Christian.Rev. .

i : Stare, Florid, Friday, Feb. 1J 1914 for one or two counties. Bradford most trees is the most popular side lights? Cook it in the paper bag, and No. 14, Cedar, Key to Jacksonville, .. John Mullady pastor. SerrieJ
I f
co- .,, r- county was 'one of the first to be in'summer. That is because it is the it will be a greater delight than ever. due at Starke 7:45'a.m.. es at 3 p. m. first and third Sunday!

, ; of fools destroys secticnized,the first lines having been coolest by about twenty degrees, .the' Suppose you want an approach to Wannee Brach. of the month.. '
The prosperity Starke and
4: t> run 88 years ago. Many corners were scientists tell us, for a full grown barbecued lamb-as near an approachas Presbyterian.No .
fj ; 'them. I the gas range or the coal one No. 101 leaves Starke 5:45 a.m. '
.. never set and many lines never run tree send out 187. gallons of water per Sunday
regular pastor. school
I II mils. Get a rack, not. too big fat arrives at Starke 2:30 p.m
I No. 104
f' 'Beware' of the three D's-rdirt; debt except on paper, and most of the surveys through its leaves into the air. Shad- atlOa.m. '_
f "" and tender, and have the rib ends cut
: differ so much from the returned the also to moderatethe Seaboard Limited Trains 9 and 10
devil ing ground serves
J 'and the very short and all the angles of the Methodist.
I field notes to make the latter value- No. 9, Jacksonville to Tampa,' dus
as heat. And the air around the backbone carefully removed. Washit
Rev: B. Rape pastor. Sunday
l': / Are the eggs imported from China,' less. For this reason Bradford coun-!I: trees is more pure. The foliage takes quickly, wipe dry with a damp at Starke 12:51.p.m. school at 9:45, a. n. Morning ser '

s tt,,,' :China eggs. ty has the reputation of being the'I in carbonic acid gas, which is poisonous -!f cloth, rub all over with soft butter, No. 10, Tampa to Jacksonville, due vice, at 11 o'clock; evening service, 7

:: "i'. hardest, county in the state to.make I]I to us, and gives out oxygen, which pop in a paper bag, very well greased, at Starke 6:10 p.m. o'clock. Visitors cordially invited to '

? k.,, Job was a precocious child. He cursEd surveys in. It is, therefore, to be healthful, indeed, indispensable to'II I l and cook in a hot oven ten minutes, T. J. GRIFFIN, Agent.. attend

. the day he was born. hoped that the county's 'representatives -[I us. Medical authorities recognize the then In a moderate one.fifty minutes -'
I Take
longer. up and open the bag,
; r. in,the next legislature do what fact that trees contribute to the ..
her McAdoo and Portugal but only a little way on top. Then 9I
L has
i : { America they can to further action in this healthfulness of a community. pour carefully into It a sauce made

.:: has her Machado. matter. As the improvement, if ever I I The tempering effect of trees on thus: Boil soft In a little water half a

Ifi Bradford -prize is ther' made, will be done by the national the climate is not confined to the, dozen pods of cayenne pepper, mash I
... county's crop I I.
in the liquor, remove strings, add half
government the of
' she surveyors the.statewill summer. In winter they actually radiate -
trop of pretty girls grows. f a' cup of butter, half a cup of\very
reap no profit from it, but land heat, in addition to their bene- Iii'
f' strong vinegar, half a teaspoonful of
,, aeroplane is owners will be benefitted from 'ac- fits as windbreaks when planted in
The only fool-proof salt, a dash of Worcester sauce and a ,

.f' .one without room enough for the fooL curate surveys ata, reasonable cost.I I clumps or groves. I saltspoon of ground tlack pepper.

-' The next measure .of importance is I j I That it.'pays to have trees in the Cook together for five minutes, stir- .

r a If you want to get rich: buy real to have all surveys placed on the ,' city and town and on the farmstead ring constantly. Dip by small ''j""!-.

i iI public records. This would' have a1: spoonfuls over the meat in the bag, 4 .;;.:;
I estate in a thriving city forty years is shown by the fact that real estate,1 II }
: I i about half. Set the bag ,1
t. tendency to put a stop to careless I!I on shaded streets and that on which. on '
: .ago. back in the oven after cutting awaya
i -- and, faulty surveying. The only trees are growing sells for a better square on top. Turn .the heat on tJ

r, A Philadelphia boy was fined $5 measure for profit aimed at is to have price. No'little of the welfare and full and cook for five minutes longer. 'j

k for hugging two'college girls. Cheap the public roads surveyed and mapped, prosperity of city, town and country I I Take up the meat on a hot platter, \ ',

f 'enough. but if a law should be passed to this depends upon its trees, and there is I I pour the bag gravy over it, and serve !'

t effect the county commissioners would a direct connection between the at-I I I what remains of the pepper mixture i

-"l's Mrs./'Pankhurst keeping quiet still have the matter in hand, so thereis tractiveness of the village or of the 1|Iin a separate boat. The meat roasted ,. "J
thus without seasoning b tender and ?
r: 'fnow. because she has all the money little reason for fearing that the ;; home on .the farm, and the love off I I Juicy and ready to take flavors from i 1

she wants? surveyors will ever become "bloated the citizens for their village or of the the gravy and the sauce.

bond holders" from grabbing out of. children on the farm for their home. Serve with it potatoes-both sorts f Y

f t *' : A bald-headed. man is naturally diffident the treasuries of the counties. i Tampa Tribune. baked in their Jackets using very ".s

because he feels half naked with little water In the bags with them so / !

'his' hat off.Justice ASSESSORS WILL PREVAIL. -I they shall be mealy. Too much water \
Those having the drainage matter
The county tax assessors of Florida, I I I makes white potatoes waxy or

is the very thing that men, in session at' Jacksonville, decided to in charge should see to it that no water' heavy, and gives to sweet potatoes a i
,, be allowed to float in the
hyacinths i pale flavor not desirable. The secret
-who are always howling for justice, make the assessment of real and per- I '
lakes west of Starke. A few steps of paper bag cooking, U of all other "
sonal in their counties '
: don't want. property on a from the head of the Miner canal, cooking, is learning the difference between
f, basis of fifty per cent of real value.Thus enough and either too muchor
along the railroad is a patch of hya- J
'this talk about poor men's countries do the assessors go directly too little. Serve also with the
cinths which will be washed into the
is all twaddle. No country' is much counter to. the instructions of the canal -with the first freshet. They',p meat either turnips'cooked.In a. bag It does not require a big ,{
State or carrots or spinach.
good to a man who is very poor. Tax Commission, which has directed I'I'I ,
will then float to Rowell lake
': j all assessors to assess property! swamp I A beet salad goes well with the 't
i and it will be only the question of a!. highly seasoned meat much better capital to establish credit here.
There is & ban on tango dancers in at its full cash value.It I your ,
( short time before into and ,
they get than cold slaw, though that will serve
Austria. We suspect that is.about is easy to predict which side will
( become firmly established in Rowell'. at a pinch. Fresh cucumbers, sliced Honesty and the capacity to handle your. I'
win in the
all of them have controversy. The assess-
some on. ]' l
and Sampson lakes and later in Crosby: thin, and seasoned only with salt and .
-. era have the books and the authority, vinegar, are best of alL self and business count
satisfactorily 1
and the law i lake. The lakes of the state belong I your ,
A prescription for cancer costs gives them absolute discretion -' I
Boiled batter puddinc goes finely
r all the people; these mentioned are!
only one dollar, but the medicine costs in assessing property. This beautiful bodies of water and it would with such savory meat and its vege for a great deal t

$ 7OOO a gram, if you use radium. discretion has been frequently upheldby table complement To hike it, take :
the courts. Just where, the Tax s be a pity should they be converted for each person who is to eat of it a Open an account at this bank,maintain your*reputation t

r %Bzzards may start for Florida, Commission will come in'is not apparent. -! into unsightly marshes by the hyacinth fresh egg a level tablespoonful of flour as a man of character and your credit -IPoeied

pestHULL'S and half a cup of milk. Beat the egg will be established 'frmly 'the Rock of
: Trot they never arrive here. The soon as as .
I e yolks very light, adding to them alternately
t :switch is always turned against' After all, the commission is a useless DEPARTMENT STORE. the flour, with a little baking Gibraltar. Young men are especially invited to 'i

them. piece of official furniture and' Indian river oranges-they are fine. powder sifted through It, and the open accounts. Come in,today and talk it over. 1

will never be able to justify its crea milk taking care to mix very smooth.
We show
i Hay can prices on :{>
If Judge Speer is not impeached, I Beat the egg whites very stiff and
tion.The hay. Our prices $1.00 to $1.50
what an> exodus of lawyers there.will Tribune is more than ever convinced -, 100. up melt a level spoonful of, butter for
per each three in the Beat Bradford
be from the, southern district of that full cash value assess- eggs pudding. County Bank.i
z I Our grocery business keeps grow- in the melted butter-It must not be
"Georgia. men would prove a, calamity, not tobe
ing-must be a reason. hot, only warm enough to 'un-then

r' compensatied for by the possible Lowest prices on seed potatoes. v add ralBlDa and citron In the proportion EttabEahed 1889 :

Eventually more gold will be taken benefits of the advertisement of a I Buist's field and garden seed in of a cupful for every two eggs. ';j

,-..> from Florida soil than was ever dug low millage. And where is the guar- The raisins must be'seeded, the citron No T Hitch, Pres. W.T.Week,Vice-Pree.' E.P. Duncan Cuhie :3I

!rpm the richest mining district in antee that we would have a low mil- bulk.We finely shredded, and both well floured. t
the'world. lage?-Tampa Tribune. right fertilizer for Beat tLem In well, but quickly then

whatever crop you may wish to plant add the whites of eggs. Fold rather 4
Low prices on feed. than beat them in, and pour the pudding I
? Lincoln Beaehey has proved a dis- It is ,a mistake to say that opportunity !
We have brick, lime and cement into either a well greased bag .
'i appointment so far to the newspaper comes to everybody every' 1
mold lined with well greased
Buck's stoves and Stoves or a pa- j
ranges. en Autographs.Daring .' .An Inducement.
who have foretold his
paragraphers '
day. An opportunity is not
an bag Set either mold
opportunity per paper. or
: and from the Interval In London'W. (X ::-:
death ranges cheapest up to an "Do you think you are able to sup
so confidently; for
if Inside another
you are not bag bigger bag. pour
prepared Scull ,
the highest grade.Furniturea so be tells in "Further BernInteoences -
I -' to take advantage of it. in enough water to come half way port my daughter la the style,to which
of South African
[} .' Pr. Pierce'a patent medicine was whole floor:,8nd then up the side, seal, and cook in a very rooms In a Plmlko with a landlady she has, been accustomed?"

advertised to save others, but it didn't Villa has more good- in himthan we some. hot oven seven minutes, then in a of snobbish tendencies who made a "I don't know sir but I'll tell you

:' save him, and he died at Apalachicola suspected.. ,He had a,chance to makea Strawberry crates and cups. We moderate one for three-quarters of an cult of supwrlor persons." He tells what I can do." '

'last Thursday are the people you depend on. Crate f hour. Be. careful to leave room lathe this arousing experience<< : "What's that?"
fortune on beef, but, instead, he bag; the pudding rises a lot if it '
nails. 1' bad been for a short visit to
I "Lean. save you about 50 cent j|
reduced the price to six cents per
a pound, Is made right. Serve In the mold, cut '
"There is so much bad in the best A full line of harware. Rudyard Kipling at Rottingdeun and of her present cost to "-Detrolti'r t
to ,the it with 'knife ypu.
'great benefit of his a very hot or spoon, and
of'us: and so much good in the worst poor We have the right shoes and the bad brought back a bunch of roses e Press-
i' serve with a rich sweet wine or lemon .
.. ... countrymen., from bW garden. Seeing that Mrs.' "
of that all of should have
us, us right prices.
Before water 'be
sauce. Wand wan no proud of ber celebrities. Plenty of 1Words.

i.. charity for the rest of us." Every printer hugs to his heart the Clothing-Ready made or made ,to .. sure that the outer bag is watertight 1 thought 1 would let ber know that I. '"There are 450,000,words In the English ;

t order. We can "suit" all up and down the seam. You can. when
fallacy that when he is ready for the you. too. knew a celebrity so she "
Jewel importations are falling off. J If you like, make a bag mold for the language said the fussy little .
junk pile he can make rais- Our business is showing a con- came to set tbe breakfast table next
:. Newspaper: men are buying as many a living stant gain. pudding, but the paper bag, tied tightat morning 1 pointed to the flowers and man In the corner in his usual Impressive

LI as ever. Business must be getting ing poultry never dreaming that it is the mouth, Is rather more trust- aid: '_ manner."I ,

i., duD'in some other line. as hard to make' a living for the American wire fencing, 24 to r 58 worthy. The boiling bag must of.; "There. Mrs Wand you would net' thought it was more than.that,*.:

.I :",' > poultry as it is to support himself. inches. course, be set upright; hence It will er guess where these roses came from. said the mild man with the talkative I.

t ". Congressman Bremner of Newt I We have the goods. be apt to require the whole oven They came from the garden of the wife. :

Rodman Wanamaker is making HULL'S DEPT. STORE. space. great Mr. Kipling.' .
And the fussy
Jersey, died recently of cancer inc man collapsed.-deve- ,
+ preparations to cross the Atlantic (Copyright. 1911, by the AssociatedLiterary *'Mr.Klpllns ,'00'. 'er land Plain $
spite of the fact that $100,000 worth ,Dealer.
RISING FARM SOLD.. Press.) "Good 1
i' ocean in a flying boat. Aviators and sradQusr exclaImed.'Sure./
of radium used in
was trying to effect
aeroplane experts say the success of Mr. J. M. Rising sold his fine farm ly you know who Mr. Kipling is. Why Fastidious

. F[, ,, a .cure. the venture depends upon the motor. and pecan grove near Starke last weekto HINT FROM SOYER. his autograph Is worth a guinea?, "This towel Is disgraceful." declared :
"Mrs. Wand
left the without
room re-
I t ,1 Queen Mary of England a wise The motor is the one particular thing Mr. H. L. Stevenson, of Pittsburg, plying. She returned a few minutes the drummer at the mining camp no

woman. .She carries an umbrella I about a flying machine that cannot be Pa. The sale included the stock and By Nicolas Soyer, Chef of Brooks' later with a look of skepticism oo her WL colored '

when the sun shines. .Anybody has. depended upon. farming machinery and the price I Club, London. face and as she put down the toast "Boss, said the dilapidated done wiped

't enough to when it paid was $16,000. This is one of the I Saline de Cannelon: Take a cold rack remarked: porter. "seventy-five men '"
sense carry one I .. dey ban's oo dat towel dls very nawn-
Miss Frances "Kellor, immigration best farm properties in Bradford roast duck and Join it neatly. Place Well 'e ought to be good lookin at } 4
rains. In', an' is de first one to complain.1
expert, says bachelor immigrants; county in the way of soil and improvements -i I the carcass, giblets, bones, etc., In a that'" -Denver News. '
I clean enameled Iron stewpan, add .
According to the newspapers, the ought to be barred. Miss Kellor iswrong. MrrStevenson will reside herein
to them a couple of sage leavesor Monument to a Quack. .
= most perfect girl in America was Bachelors ought to be en- the future. He will call his new I'I, a little powdered sage, a large "That the men who make great medical Knowing Him.

married the other day. Why, all of couraged to'come, not only to improve home the "Rising Pecan Farm" and onion stuck with a clove, a pinch of discoveries and who perform wonderful Johnson-How is it that yon nevi.rspeak :

us married the most perfect girl in Miss Kellor's matrimonial prospects,: will conduct his farming operations I powdered sweet herbs and half a pint surgical operation are honored to Jones now! Yon used to b8,

America. .. but to provide husbands for all the along the same progressive lines that of stock. Bring to.the boil, skim care- In life and that Imposing monuments quite friendly with him at one time.: 'IS

old maids inNew England.It Mr. Rising has always followed. Mr. fully, then draw the pan to the side to their memory are reared when they Brown-Well you see It's like thisWhen ||
I knew him I didn't know
John D. Robafeller is always moral- and Mrs. will of the fire and simmer very slowly have passed away seems only fitting"
Rising spend the winters
is a man's birthright to be strong but DOW that I do know him Idon't,
e izing and preaching civic righteousness and here and the summers in the Northas until the goodness Is fairly extracted. says a writer in tbe Hamburg Frera- knowblm. :
a woman's birthright to be Then strain hair sieve intoa
his through a denblatt. "but that a quack whose "
when it to paying
but comes
always,been their custom. .
beautiful. If men are nof strong or clean saucepan, place on the fire name as such has for generations been
of taxes he squeals like Tame.
honest share perfectly
t t women not beautiful, they have either and reduce about one-third. Add salt known In Germany should be thus 'I we11p
That baa
a pig under a gate. been cheated out of their birthrightby -r '/Row'. This and pepper to taste, the peel from half honored Is remarkable., There are not trained man ,

their We offer One a dozen French olives and half a glass many children In Germany who do not memory. : ..
ancestors or they have'bartered Hundred Donors Re- "Tea. He can mate It remember any.
The high cost of living is due mainly yard for of port. Meanwhile, grease a bag know the which begins thus
r their heritage for of any ease of Catarrh that song : thing be chyoeea.-Washington Star.
to our desire to live as well, orE pottage. a mess cannot U>> cored bye Hall's Catarrh: thickly, place.In It the Joints of, the "I am the Dr. Eiaenbart.Zwinewillewukomosa } :.
duck and cook for ten minutes. Re-
neighbors. Keeping Cure. !
;.1 better>> our I Do 't I I | move the bag from the oven and pour I cure the people br my art. Fish and Tebteco. ':;'
:' ,,..appearances! costs more than,nee-J forget ,to register for the 1' 1. imNBt: CO..Toledo 0. ZwillewUlewUkomoBa .A peculiar aroma is given to the tobacco "

,,nosy living expenses. (I spring primary Two registrationsI Chaqrtor We the D4enf the ecL haw known F. 3. the gravy In. Close' the bag; and The blind 1 treat BO that they watt raised to the Platens cegten.vTurkey '
acs, and believe make very hot for ten minutes.- Then
*: -' I are necessary. You must registernow Wmperttctly iornele In all buslaaM And the lame I teach to talk. by the use as a fertilizer of .j,Z,
trusaettonfi dish up-on a hot salmi dish:and serve ZwIllewWewUkamhelrula"ZwUJewUJewDkomboml '
abla .
; When a bank fails in China the for the primary and later on for out any obOsations nadaby his to firm.earn garnished with fried croutons and accompanied small flub called hamsI'y

.t banker and the members of his family the general election.' Registration for NATIONAL BANK 0? COMORO; )I by chipped or straw pota "A stately monument. showing Dr.. .'v'.. ,

r are promptly ,beheaded There has the primary does not require'the Pay-1[, 9 Toledo a toes. Any kind of game may be rchanffeed Ksenbart extracting a tooth 'from a' +/' Nothing on Him. "

z : \ vet been a bank failure lA China for ment of poll taxes, according to the act1IIC Baffi catarrh r UPGIL Cure the is Woo-iSdnS: after this recipe. writhing ,boy ,the work of Professor days'Twcber-The without camel, can go C'OftId eight _
water. Frw5dy1 -
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! Dr. and Mrs. T. D. Gunter and A- deal has just been consum- v NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE -.

family are the guests of CoL and mated whereby H. L. Gray of Starke I

Mrs.': D. E. Notice it hereby given to all concerned WOOD'S FAMOUS
Bits of LocalInformation Knight for a few days who operates .a large saw mill at six monthi after date hereof I will

having shipped their household goods Raleigh. acquired the elegant resi- my anal return u administrator of present the es I'I .

1 to their new home at Stuart. They deuce of Sam M. Davis 613 East county tate of Florida Sallie S. Cheuer, late of Bradford Brimmer ft
U I deceased and apply to the
i remain here until after the concert Main street, north. The consideration County Judge of Bradford County Florida

1 Friday evening. for my final dUcharge. Tomato.The
c e.ee_ Omr' was not given out Mr. Gray .
: ? ,I.. Z.JMw ..r J. D.
f.\\ r..u M aN Cm4.a4 T...... Mr. L. V. Moore showed us specimens has been contemplating moving to Administrator of the Estate BAXTEK.of Sallie S. Peer of all tomatoes for

, J' of the fancy improved Klondyke Gainesville for a year or two, and Chewer deceased large, uniform size and superior y
. strawberries he is growing this Jan table '
I year after looking over nearly every available 24n. qualities. Market growers "

1 i: Born Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. Lee Miss Louise Peek went to Jacksonville which were and of large size temptingappearance property in the city that was on NOTICE serb at more, than double the
superior flavor. Mr. OF GUARDIAN price of ordinary tomatoes. *
v ':Edwards, ,a son the market, decided that the SALE. :
t Monday to visit friends and to Moore has two acres devoted to the Thirty day after the first publication of

v..Miss Onie Edwards is visiting rela Witness,the performance of "Peg o'My improved Klondyke this year. home was the choice. He will not thin Notice.I. will apply to the Honorable Wood's 1914 Descriptive Catalog
, Heart. I occupy the place until after the close Geo. A. Gardiner County Judge of Bradford gives reports from

n. tives in Jacksonville., ,I',II. Waffle cloth in black or blue .and of the school term in the spring.Gainesville .County ale the, Florida for an order to sell at private showing large profits from customers grow. m
I. Miss Eva Powell returned Thursday white at Morgan's undivided one fifth interest each of ;
stylish. Sun. ing this
variety. Wood's
iC Wire 'Fence. DeWitt C. Daniel Mertie Levy and Fred '. Cata
ty from a visit of two weeks with her Lindse, log also tells :
Jones.t about
i r. I,I parents Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Powell Tax c Collector B. M. Dowling is the Rev. F..C. Edwards, the pastor of in Minor and Heirs to the of following Marrkra Lindsey deceased all the best
first man to throw his hat into the the Baptist church. who has been piece parcel or tract farm andGarden
Born.Monday to .Mr. and Mrs Geo. at' Pablo Beach. of land situate in Bradford County Florida, ,
county political ring. His announcement absent for a few months on accountof and described
u follows
: L. Massey, a daughter. I I I.f I I.Mr. I The ladies of St'Mark's Guild will as a candidate to succeed him his illness is much' improved and Commenting at a point to-wit One :Hundred feet Seeds.

. [ E. C. Croft, of Olostee, web in conduct a food sale at A. M. Darby's self as tax collector for Bradford now is with his family at Kissimmee, West of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad Tract. It is the thirty-fifth year of its issue
store Saturday afternoon county elsewhere Florida. He Thence on the North line* of the Southeast and is more valuable than
February appears in this hopes to return to Starke ever.
1: 1 r ,Starke on business Monday. I 17. beginning at 2 o'clock. paper. Who will be the next? April first and take up his work in Twenty-Six Quarter of the(26)Northwest and running Quarter South of and Section Parallel Mailed free. Write for it. s

1.k: Born Wednesday to Mr. and the church but be is not with the said Railroad Three
Mrs. ''' quite sure Hundred
b D. C. Chase Jr., contractor and L Mr. H. G. Perry of Clay county that and Forty-five (sib) feet thence West on T. W. WOOD 6 SONS.

l W. JL ;Edwards, a daughter. I'I builder painting decorating and and Miss Nancy Starling .of Highland soon.he will From be the able to come he backso has same Hundred variation and feet section, thence{line at right Six Seedsmen, Richmond, Va.
t fr. :Mr: R. P. Padgett, of Brooker, spent ]paper Fla. hanging. Phone No. 1, Starke were united in marriage by made in regaining his health it seems angles North(40) acres to north, thence line East of the on same above line described -

t ..' Saturday and Sunday in Starke. I Feb. 6-2t County Judge George A. Gardiner, that we may reasonably him' to point of beginning Containing Five (I)
, F I I Thursday morning. The happy couplewiU expect to acres, more or lees All in Section (26), Township To Care a Cold In One Day .H
Don't fail to see "Mr. Bob" at the be strong enough to resume his workby (6)). south of Range (Yr) East. Take LAXATIVE BKOMO Quinine. It '
.Miss Ruby Gornto, of Jacksonville go to housekeeping at once ILA stops the _
Conch and
]high school building on Friday evening upon ApriL His church and oth LINDSEY Headache and work off the Cold.
the groom's farm in Guardian of the above named minors. Druggists refund if
money fails
is the guest of Mrs. U.,G. Turner. I I I i iI February 20th. A sparkling Clay county. ers as well will give him a hearty Jan. 50-5t E. W. GROVE'S si MtB.e QI\ each cure.25c. w

1 '. Allover lace waists are much worn I
this local talent Gainesville formerly pastor of the Starke. His exemplary Christian life .
season. have
them-Morgan. I I I ]Methodist church at Starke has announced here has made him a great many f 1. 1
Mrs. W. M. "
of New
tMrs.'R.' R. Thede, of Lawtey visited'I himself as a candidate for friends outside the Baptist church.LANGFORDREDDISII. <

t' her.sister. Mrs B. G. Mott, Monday. was reported critically ill early in 1 the state senate in opposition to Hon. TTRES-TTRES-TIRES
. the week, but are' ffl
. ; : Ii we 'glad to announce ]H. H. McCreary who has represented .
l' Mr..Oscar-W. Thomas,.of- that she has improved since ]his district for Buy Your Tires
r a number. of terms. Mr. Walter E. Langford son of Direct At Lowest 5
:i was in the city on business Brooker'l'
I ,.Mrs. Charles Groves and her moth- Messrs. "Uncle Johnny" Langford of near
I Jacob and S. G. Lippman Prices.
1. Mrs..H. L Brownlee visited friendsin 'gel, of Savannah, Ga., who have been commission Lake Butler, and Miss Mamie N. Red .
of New York
'[1; Ocala.from Monday to 'Thursday, the guests of Mrs. G. C. Livingstonfor were here Saturday and Sunday to, dish, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. By buying and contracting direct from the factories

"'I : a'week or more. ,returned home. William Reddish, of the Wateroak for tires in
fll Sausage Mill. DeWitt C., Jones. Thursday. get in touch with the strawberry business section, were united in marriage at large quantities for spot cash, we are
in this section. They will return able to offer them at !
I a great
at t the home of money saving price
Miss Louie-Belle the bride's
Brown, of Lawtey parents, Wed-
in the .
Lard Cans. DeWitt. C. course of ten direct
J nes. days or tw< to the consumer. A of from
is the nesday afternoon saving 35
iuest.this'. week of Miss OttieGray. weeks for the of February 11, in to'60
f purpose buying berries
.. "' Mr.. W. M. Edwards was in Columbia at this I the presence of a few relatives and percent
tx; S. C.. this week attending are'Mrs. a : friends, Rev. W. F. Malphurs, of: When you buy tires from full '
us and
you get
; :Mrs. &; E. ,
Knight entertaine4 witness in a trial in which the Seaboard John W. Moore, advance agent Starke performing the ceremony don't have, to the
i! .Charles Larson; of. Fort Pierce, this ,Air Line of the The pay dealer's profit, salesman'scommission r
railway was one of Johnny J. Jones shows was young couple will reside on the and other
: week.: I the lieitanta. in Starke Wednesday to complete arrangements farm of the groom's father on Fish- high selling and overhead ex ,

II ;Mr. S. F. Hall spent Saturday night .,Remember.' ) for the coming of his era' lake 4 four miles northwest of penses. We sell tires direct to jobbers
the two-act comedy
- and Sunday with. his family in Jack- "Mr. Bob" at the school house company to Starke, but he learned Lake Butler, where they will be at prices and YOU GET BIG VALUE AND' EXACTLY .
Friday J
:sonville. evening that the county and state licenseswere home to their friends who wish WHAT YOU PAY FOR. '

mission 50 February and 35 20th. General ad.. prohibitive, so he abandoned the them a long and happy life. Shrewd auto owners compose our customers '
cents. No among
The School'and Civic Legue held an resenrj idea of coming to Starke. them are bankers merchants
ed seats. lawyers doctors
important business ,
1 meeting Wednesday NEW POSTAL MONEY ORDER.
afternoon. For dry goods. Leviton. planters and men in all lines who know values and .
h The Ladies' Aid Society of the The new postal money order regulations realize the advantage of buying direct., -
Baptist church will hold its Resolutions were unimanimouslypassed will s
:;j Wire fencing for field and pasture regular give the postal money
t. still going. Prices and quality talk.meeting,at the home of Mrs. A.. M. by the School and Civic; Club order all the virtues and conveniencesof During the past winter automobile month we":secured
; Darby Tuesday afternoon at the regular meeting bank' draft. some excellent deals from the factories and now offer
f at Th-j Quigley Lumber &: Supply Co. at 3 o'clock. Wednesday a It will make any our i
at the
,;::1; All members are urged to be present. afternoon* protesting against selling money order, payable at any money following prices: ,

Mrs. W. M. Edwards is visiting her I, goods or'the opening of places of order office 'in the country. It will Among our tires are others Goodyear.. Quaker, Nassau

c ,daughter Mrs. C. V. Simpson at American wire fencing 24,. 34, 46, business in our city on Sunday only be some weeks before the new system Empire, Fisk and equal q1al ty. ,
s8 i iJ
-1 %'Gainesville.. inches. Hull's Department Store. for actual necessities as provided by really goes into effect however 'as All Tires. Guaranteed Folly Note These Prices Carefully.

Jj:1- "" A new picket fence has been erected Mrs. C.-C. Higginbotham of Gaines- the State Laws of Florida. the details will have to be workedoul' TUBES

'..... around. the Ray residence on North.:ville was the guest of her cousin, Alderman and Mrs. S. L. Chapman .. SIZE TIRE GREY RED REUNER.
i Miss Ruth Wainright, Saturday and 28x3 $7.20 1.65 .
Walnut street. of Jacksonville spent the week-end 1.90 1.35
{ Sunday. She was joined 30x3 7.80 1.95 2.20 : IAO
: Sunday bywas with
Mr. J. F. Kickliter 3Cb3 1.2
ri; Miss her family. 240 3.10 ; 1.90
Mary Thomas, of Miller husband who'aeeompanied her 31x31-2
They came to Starke 11.00 240 '
Thursday in their 1.95
the guest'of Mr. and home. I i'
; Mrs. W. A. 3h3 1.2 11.90 2.95 3.25
touring car, but were mired at one 34x31-2 2.00 t
Dubose 12.40
Monday. 3.00 3.30
;i;!". A cool wave passed over this section point along the route and delayed 30x4 13.10 3.10 3.40 2.0S 2.30

See our new white and blue crepe' early in the week, and the inhabitants four hours and they were not very I GALVANIZED WELL-CURBING 81x483x4 1345 8.20 3.60 2.M

i Morgan's. I I I of Starke and vicinity enjoyed roads.enthusiastic about Bradford's county is inexpensive and keeps the water sad 13.70 14.80 8.50 385 880 8.90 .2,45 240

; the rare privilege of witnessing clean and healthful Light and 84x4 16.80 8.60 4.00 ; W
Mrs. 2.00'
W, B. Riles, of Jacksonville, is easy 35x486x4 .
two or ,three small to 17.25 3.75
precipitations handle. 420
of Warranted
Shoes at to give satin 2.70 +
visiting her Leviton's. .
daughter, Mrs. B. C. sleet 17.85 8.90 425 -
Sunday. 2.81)
faction. Call .
Willis, of this city. Dr. T. D. Gunter or write SU4 1.2 18.00 4 80 510 8.40
I LUMBER 85x4 1-2
ft SUPPLY CO. 18.75
Mr. Goodwin, the S. ,A. Palm Beach 5.20 S 43 '
Miss"Alva Griffin, of Jacksonville e, special L county this week, wherehe 36x41237x4 19.45 4.90 6.SO 8.60. '
tr r : agent who captured the fugitive will practice his S 1-2 21.50 5.10'
Visited her grandmother Mrs. F. D negro profession in the 540 8.10 '
,k) Wainright Will Moore, at Yule. Nassau future. Dr. Gunter has lived in and 86x5 2300 5.80 6.20 4.00 -
Sunday. 87x5
I county and 'placed him in around 24.00 5.90 635 4.2a'We
J jail at Starke practically all of his ,
Chiffon and 'net raffling in white I Femandina", was in Starke on business life and has practiced medicine successfully !- can famish all other sizes, non-skid 10 per cent higher.
:, ; ;and blue, at Morgan's. Monday here for many years, and .ff... 'lff4.f...ttff. Our supplies of these tires is limited,'so we advise early ordering-. Remember -'' '..

1.Col D. E. Knight attended the Lang-' ,Miss ,Kate Sternberg,. the pretty everybody regrets to learn 'of his. d!- ++ CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING' *+ goods, they that are will new five, clean best, fresh service.,fully guaranteed ,foods.. .All high ,f

if, ford-Reddish .nuptials near Lake[ daughter of Mr. and Mrs S. Stern- parture.. +' + 5 per cent tNcctnt if fall amount accompanies order. C O. D.

t Butler, Wednesday. berg went to Starke yesterday to Mr. Eli Futch, of Gainesville, who +++++++++*+++++*++* Pie viable receipt to ef fill It order.per cent Send of cost us trial Prompt order s6ipm b. Money. return-

,.l I'spend awhile with her brother, who is conducting large farm operationsat FOR SALE-A quantity of good seed TIRE now. '
County Treasurer F. N.Andrews FACTORIES SALES CO.
,ofsondaets Dayton Ohio
a mercantile ,
; business there Brooker this season, stopped in cane at your own'price for quick sale. ,
Lake Butler, was in.the county, seat'Gainesville Sun. Ja 3iWii. #
!V Starke .Wednesday while on his way Inquire at this office. % '
on official business Monday. -
: : from Brooker to Gainesville.
Mwrs. G. It. Williams and J. F. Mr. i-Eg .

Mrs A. S. Crews returned Wednesday Jenkins of Ocala and J. T. MarahaD Futch says Brooker is wideawake in I FOR SALE-Choice building -lot on-

: ;. from a visit to her sister, Mrs. of Lakeland were in Starke the farming line this year. He himself West Madison street, size 70 x 214; : _--y !

J. R., ..Kelley, at Madison., Fla. for the pU pose of submitting Monday bids is interested in' 60 acres of beans price $350. ,E. S. Matthews ti
for the acres of sugar corn and 30 acres Y
Kiln dried dressed lumber at $:12 construction of the new of canteloupes. FOR SALE-Ford Runabout
j' per thousand. Quigley Lumber & Starke school house. Newly painted. Good condition. PROPOSITION FOR NEWThe YEAH

Supply Co. Mr. H. W. Stuart The ladies of the School and CivicClub DEWITT JONES,
of a commissionman are arranging an entertainmentk Starke, Fla. Raiford Grocery Co. is now openedup
The B. Y. ,P. U. rendered an interesting Charleston; S. CM was here be in the '
High School and
4 wants to submit the
- audij following
Wednesday and prices
; musical program at the Thursday to study the torium the RENT-Five room house. Apply .
on evening Of
.; Baptist church last Friday evening. strawberry situation. He will re turn 20th. The Friday will, February to J. W. Morgan. 1-30-tf to the general public:' "
when the'berry program consist -
opens m
Mr. R. C. Cone_has returned from earnest to buy berries of a two-act comedy, entitled "OR SALE CHEAP-One secondhand We have just received a car of Nellie King

Hawthorne and will probably accept l- "Mr. Bob. Good music and sparkling 4- horse power gasoline engine flour.' Every barrel of this flour is guaranteed and a
'oysters 1. F KI k11 specialties between acts will be
a position in the City Barber if
in first-class not perfectly
literr enjoyable features. General'admission. condition. Quigley satisfactory money refunded. It is 1 e,

Mrs. A. Reinoehl,' of Jacksonville I adults 50 cts.; children 35 c ts.- Lumber & Supply. Co. made out of soft winter wheat and is just from the. ., ,

'3 visited her daughter, Miss Helen you will miss an unusual opportUJ No reserved seats. mills and has the same good flavor that flour used j

!, from Friday to Mon I ty if you fail to see "Mr: Bob" on some WANT-purchasers good farms on or liberal renters terms for to have when the mills made only the pure wheat I Friday February 20th. AU sat cast, At the regular meeting of the D. E. KNIGHT, Starke. 12-26 tf. into flour. e
-I [ best local talent School and
r new scenery good Civic Club Wednesday .

i Mrs. F. A. Scott and two children music and absolutely notheardbeforeinStarke afternoon a resolution Was unanimously FOR SALE OR'RENT-My place of Price____----------__________._______$5.5ft per Barrel

visited her'parenis./Mr. and Mrs. R. specialties. Be On hen d. passed commending and thanking 31 acres. H. P. Fouts Plant City. No. 1 Timothy Hay ____________ __ 1.69 JM x

;;'*R."Wynn, at Hampton Saturday and. Mr. N. D. Wainright member of Fla.- 1.2--8t. Cora____.;_________________.__ ____ 1.7 Sack :

Sunday.. 'I,i I Dr. J. Haynes left Friday of last Town Council for his efforts.and vote Best White Clip Oats__,.__.:____ 1.W "
x I ] week for a trip down the East Coast FOR SAE.-20O bushels seed peanuts ,
_ t. I to prevent Johnny Jones shows or Wheat Bran right from mills__ 1.75 :"
:..;:.. County Commissioner Lafayette visiting Stuart and Fort Pierce. He carnival from coming to our city at 4 cents per pound f o. b. Low- 20 Pounds Sugar__________________. 100. t, -

if.: Thomas of Clay county is visiting returned Saturday evening to St as it was the belief of the Ladles ell, Fla They are. N.. vine 14 pound cans Tomatoes_________ 1.00 r

if his daughter, Mrs Eugene Hickey .Augustine, where he, spent Sunday Club that street carnival is demoralizing variety and all new crop. H. T. Hall t Pounds Good Green Coffee.._ 1.00 -: K

:o!; this.wee k.,. with his daughter Mrs. W. J. Grant any to the best interests'- Lowell, Fla. 1.1-4t 14 Cans Van Camp Milk.__.________ 1.00 =
: lOt Bushels Seed
Silk and in Mrs. B. B. has our town, and county.Dr. per Bushel
land poplins crepes plain Hopson returned FOR RENT-7-room house 4 acres of 25 Pounds Rice____ ________________ 1." .

brocaded effects, for spring :wear from a tour of South Florida with A. P. Montague president of land and all 'necessary buildings,'$10 10 Cans Peaches___________,__.____ 1."
a fat Korg n'So A cordial invitation is her husband, which included Dade per month. B. T. Rape Starke, FJa. 24 Lbs. Diamond Self Rising ;
Columbia will Flour.
College preach; morning .75 :
a J[extended to you, to inspect hens: ..1 j I City Tampa, Lakeland and WaachOa. l-30-4t
and evening at the Baptist church
i I I Mr. Hopson is still traveling in that We will make all other groceries in -
| Mrs. T.J. Griffin and Misses Theljjna next Sunday February 15th. The proportion
section as a sewing machine sales- FOR SALE-120 acres woodland,2
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{ Griffin. and Annie Darby witnessV Doctor has preached here several timbered i '
man. miles southeast of Starke, well
'' Id "Peg o' My Heart" fc Jacksonville times during the absence of the pastorand We sell everything one dollar packagesup.
$10 an acre. Carter Newsom' ,
:this., week. Prof..Harold Tuck, philosopher and those who have heard him
: '" anStarke, Fla. 1- up. part of everybody's business
fun maker, delivered a humorous )ec- preciate the, fact that he is so -
.Mrs.: E.. L. Stewart' arid' harming licited. .
tare entitled ""Facts and'Fancies" to eloquent and forceful speaker, and ;
hter'Miss FOR SALE-Sixty acres'of good .
Mary of.Jacksonville, ,
a large and appreciative audience at those who know him personally have "Saa.3I-tt I Ci
1iaited her father.,.Mr..W..... H. Rivtbheek. ***, him in and strawberry or truck land, between A. L. WSMan ;
'- the school auditorium. .last: )Friday found charming manner Starke and .Iei''jjjl .

:1 I I 1{1 II evening for the benefit of the Schooland I spirit. Such fc preacher is always W. R. Mealey.Hampton-BargaIn Starke, P. 0. Jan333t price. ..... :*'" .

:Telegraph, $1.50 year. .. Civic Club. j heard with profit by his congregation. .

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I shown from barges anchored In Hillsburough I TER 4888 LAWS OF FLORIDA ,
: flay lacing tne berfuliiul tfaybhore -
MFPIGIALPROGRAMd drive along whose mue ut asphalt One of the Most Trying Ordeals In an Hereby notice U given that T. J. Alderman

paved atieet there is a natural ampul- I Opera Artist' Career. purchaser of Tax Certificates numbered ;
tneater that wui given 3u, --' chance to witness the dls oay. I Specially constructed vjuliu crllo*. respectively and issued by the Tax Collectorof Oeoeral Insurance Now Well

GASPARILLA CARNIVAL, TAMPA, There will,also be a repetition of the tubas drums I1UIreed instrument Bradford County .Florida and each of lad: .
',' masked Carnival of baiurua/ night ,
t 'I FLORIDA, FEBRUARY Ruling the evening theta WUl ue agarwen 'j are required as accumpaniiiieut to' the Certificates bearing date hereinafter let forth:

: 2124. party ana aance in the giounus of I grand opera singer when lit or she Tax Certificate No. 22. dated June 3rd 1907. I II Tnediord's Black.Draught
the Tampa Bay notei as a means of
entertaining tne officers of the ueet of essays to waft tbe voice UJHMI"; "honuI Certifiate No. 91 dated June 3rd 1907. represent none but FIRST-CLASS
.: war boats the Music wia be Is the best all-round medicine
In port graph record. And it is wife to say Certificate the
and will be on
Saturday. urmsheu by the Havana Municipal : companies constantly
Firing of of artillery and war4r' ,eland or Havana. Cuba, anu bands Hum this singing to tbe phonograph U the 'No. 136 dated June 1st. 1908. Certificate lever' used" writes J.A.
guns I No. 139 dated June 1. 1908 CertificateNo alert to promote your interests. Guarantee .
the vessels.A I
vessels at sunrise announcing the open- war I f most trying ordeal iu the artist's ca ,

6')' of CarnivaL the first day of the big Caspaxilu Interest feature many of will the be afternoon a game ot that league will) reer. 47 dated June 6th. 1910 Certificate No. courteous treatment to all patron, ,SteeIman.olPattonville: ,Texas. ".

At 8 o'clock A. M. several thousands baseball between the Chicago Cubs and Singers like Caruso. Melba Farrar. 49 dated June 5th 1911. Certificate No. 98
f A well written first-claw .."I suffered terribly with liver !
policy by a ,
J f Homing Pigeons will be released all the bu Louis Browns at Plant Field nre"united dated June'sth.1911. has filed said Certificates ,
Amato and bust of others
;r beginning at 1:30 o'clock. This will fur- a
/entire bearing wprld.a message These from pigeons Tampa have to been the nish big league ball for those who care in declaring the singing for recordsis in my, office! 'and has made application for agent ia a fint-clasg company some troubles,and could get no relief. ',

,secured from twenty different points Jor it Tax Deed to issue in accordance with law. times much in of loss by fire
the hardest work they ever Lave means case
'in the United I said I had
i States and Canada. Tuesday, February 24. The doctprs con
The said Certificates embraces the following
At 13 o'clock noon the firing of salutes undertaken. They are bereft of their
from war vessel announcing the The last and greatest say of the Carnivai lands in Bradford County Florida assessed na.I I could not wort
'< at the date of the issuance of such certificates -
,,' 9t. King Gasparilla Court given over to me visuois our the pur- be careful
VIL The they necessarily must to' ,
inthenames and under the dates Finally I tried
4 Chamberlain will arrive amid snouts of pose of seeing the signts wf the city, respec alL 4i
'( :the people, waving banners and the music visiting toe feOveiniu oundlnga, the avoid false notes or Inflections. The Lively hereinafter particularly set forth to- >

1' of bands. cigar lactcries, the water tront Improve- slightest clearing of tbe throat or the I wit: .
meats and the various points of natural CERTIFICATE NO. 22, embraces Lot 61. T IEOFORO'SBLACK
Opening attractiveness muffled shuffling of feet will spoil a
that can be seen in no '
in Woodlawn See 13, Tp 5 S. R. '22 E. 10
.' At 1:33 Mayor O. B. McKay will' deliver other clime in ail their tropical beauty record. And then It all has to be done assessed Lillian W. Fogs. : -
an address of welcome which will during the winter months. In automo- acres I COFFINS CASKETS
e: 'be responded to by Hon Wm. Chase bumg over the miles ox beautiful drives over again. CERTIFICATE NO. 91 .embraces Lot 4 ,

Temple President of the Carnival Association through orange groves laden with golden The singer Is ushered ,Into a great See. 18 Tp 7, S. R. 20 E. 80 acres assessedW. And a Full Line of I J
extending a welcome to the visitors fruit pine bleats fragrant with the Frank Malphurs.
; 4 and the Royal Court Chamberlain health-giving fumes of tne foliage and barnlike ,room curtained off at one CERTIFICATE NO 136 embraces NW% of Undertakers' Supplier ,

4tt King Gasparilla. The Chamberlain gorgeous trupic rfcenery where spring end. Through this curtain protrudesa SWVi See 16 Tp 7, S R. 21 E 40 acres asses-
$t .. will announce that he is a special envoy is perpetual.At .
ed UNKNOWN. hand. The bed
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from HIS Majesty King Gasparilla i:30 f I.!. on Tuesday, the grand gigantic brass born suspended from on
,VII: an advance guard to make known allegorical, uistorical and doral parade CERTIFICATE NO. 139. embraces SE% of rice at the lowest prices. Special
the celling. It is attached to the phonograph
SW, See 30. Tp 7, S. R. 21 E. 40 acres DRAUGHT1
V to the citizens of the coming of the will start from toe east eage 01 the
,King and Krewe of Pirates Bold. He city and will march through the prin- record. Asessed UNKNOWN. attention to Telegraph Orders. :

.fo advises the Mayor and citizens that If cipal streets beneath triumphal arches It Is then the singer notices a bevy CERTIFICATE NO. 47. embraces NW% of :
the keys of the city are not surrendered of flags and flowers. NE% of NW % See 24. Tp 5. S.R. 22 E, 10
to His Majesty on his arrival that the Heading this parade will be the of musicians but with Instrumentsthe acres assessed Louis H. HilL Registered Embalmer and to my surprise got better :
city will be taken by armed force. The Grand Marshal if King Gasparilla, ac-
h like of which he never has seen CERTIFICATE NO. 49 embraces! S% ofNEU -
.Mayor will then appeal to the citizensto companied by mounted neralds announcing and am to-day as well as any
,to make preparations for the defense of ; to the thousands of spectatois the in any theater. The violins are of See. 34. Tp II, S. R. 20 E, 80 acres assesses I

the city against Uasparilla and his I comine ot the grand pageant of King different shapes from tbe instruments UNKNOWN. DeWITT C. JONES i man."Thcdford'sBlackDraught .- ,
,Pirates Qasparilla V1L Next will appear the CERTIFICATE NO. 98. embraces SE% of i
Floral Parade of School Children. Royal Band In fancy costume. Next I I with which be Is familiar. Tbe horns NW% See 17. Tp 6. S. R. 22 E. 40aeres assessed Successor to G. C Livingston & Co. i3, a genera!, cathartic, ,'J,,

At %:30' P. M. five thousand school will follow His Royal Majesty Chariot are of varied shapes, and to each U R. J Raulerson. medicine that '
preceded Starke Fla. vegetableliver
by his 11
mounted courtiers. This UNLESS laid Certificates shall be re- : i
children ,
will be seen in a floral parade
'will be followed the attached a little funnel that points
by Royal Court
through the principal streets and toe Chamberlain and the seven court directors deemed according to law-Tax Deed will issue __ I has been) regulating irregularities 's
In'the direction of the receiving '
Plant Park where they will give a on steeds. large thereon on the 23rd day of February A. D.

classic singing a song composed for following prancing these will come Immediately the Gasparill't ,born. This la to concentrate the sound. 1914.WITNESS of thfe liver, stomach and .j
this occasion. '"Welcome to. Tampa. hand and seal of said Court.
Thousands flowers will Captain'and his'lieutenants leading i The conductor sits on a platform my
of be
carried by bowels far over 70 years. Get
the the gaily decorated floats with on this 21st day of January A. D. 1914. ,
children all of whom will
be appropriately above his musicians and tbe
r blood-thirsty pirates with their chestsof high W. T. WEEKS.
costumed. gold and jewels in the frolics of the singer. Thus he offers no obstruction Clerk Circuit Court Bradford County Fla.I I For Weakness end Lost of AppetiteThe a package today. Insist on thegenuineThedford'
A Human Chess Game.
pirates. Next In line of march will ap- By R. A. Weeks Deputy Clerk. Old Standard general strengthening tonic
At 3OOo'clock at Plant Park there pear the twelve floats of the Carnival to the free transmission of tbe sound GROVE'S "

i will be a human chess game on an Association symbolizing the march of wave The singer Is stationed upon Jan 23-61. Malaria and TASTELESS builds the dull TONIC A drives tonic out
up system. true
eighty-foot board of alternate white the months, which have been producedat I 270'r
and black squares which will be participated a great expense under the direct supervision a platform and close to the mouthof and sure Appetizer. For adults and children. ROC

in by thirty-two beautifully cos- of expert artists who have I the horn.
turned people. had twenty-five years' experience in producing ORDER OF PUBLICATION "..'
the finest floats ever shown In A red light flashes tbe musicians ,""
'The Landing of DeSota-Tampa'. IB the Circuit Curt, 8th Judicial Circuit. Ii<
'. this country, and will be Jewels of glittering I pour forth light soft melody, for
k, : Historic Pageant! splendor and gardens of flowers.At Bradford County Florida

Commemorating the landing of De 8 o'clock on Tuesday evening the which theIr Instruments are particularly Bradford Cointy Bank a Corporation

., Sota on the shores of Florida more closing day of the Carnival, the night designed, and the grand opera ,VS -
i than three hundred and water sports and regatta will take place. I '. .
aeventy- Ye
W. J. Hillaan Company s corporation et al Rheumatism
v years ago. will be a feature of not onlyaturday'a An elaborate display of pyrotechnic artist loosens hIs vocal cords. His tone .
U Rime Cloud and Quiet Title
t $: program but the entire carnival aquatics have been provided for, and the 1 must ,be steady and strong. The
v timer the auspices of the La- many small boats will be In brilliant Te' AD Whom It May Concern. Greeting: Blood Poison
dles' Clubs of the city will be shown this electrical array. This will be held In > slightest: variation is recorded upon It appearing by the sworn bill of complaintin
r e magnificent historical pageant bring the beautiful Hillsborough River both tbe wax record and a trivial noise the above entitled cause that there are persons '
ing Into life the characters who made banks of which will be strung. ,with electric interested in the property described in Scrofula Malaria
the early history of Florida The daring lights. may spoil the performance. Once be the said bill of complaint and involved in ,

t. explorers and adventurers who entered Masked balls will be given at all the bas finished the record Is placed upona this cult other than the known defendants Skirt Disease
unknown wilds peopled by savages, will clubs in the city' and the courtesy of I and that the names! and residence of such
be presented in a manner that will be the clubs will be extended to all visit- producing,machine and played over persona are unknown to the complaint and ,

f both startlingly beautiful and entranc ors upon request to the Carnival Com- to detect fnnIK These errors rare that in the laid bill relief is prayed against Because U Purifies
ing. Quite a proportion of the popula- mittee. inch unknown persons: "
tion ot Tampa, is of Spanish descent. There will also be a grand open-air pointed out and the singer rehearsedto Therefore it la ordered that 'aU. parties J
And from this course will ,be secured ball on beautiful Bayshore Drive which prevent them Again he repeatsthe claiming an interest in the property herein- IrI..n tl4e Blood
the people who will impersonate' the can be participated in by those In mask timeshe after described: or any part thereof underG. ,
and p-rhaps a
characters. Several and costume or without song,
Spanish hundred of as preferred
W. Robertson deceased late of Alachua BUD WHIZ norm ROFLB BAT CfLIPPMAN'S
these. will participate and all will be by each Individual This is the only is'forced to sing before a perfectwax County Florida or under Fred M. Lewis or t .
the costumes of De Sota's dance of the Carnival which can be
In period. par- GREAT REMEDY-P. P. P.
y (Near the place where De Sota will land ticipated In by both the masked and un- impression ia, obtained. otherwise, and all parties! claiming an interest

1. .will be seen a camp of Seminole Indiana masked. Great grand opera artists are paid ,.in part the thereof property lying hereinafter and being described in,the oran ,, Dr. AHdredfe. ....,. Texas. write: Rabbi golamom.; : of the Sevaanak Co*
land around the the **
tepees squaws "It 1s the leading blood purifier. Jft ties.writes: Had seven attacks of
thousands of dollars for a series of records County of Bradford. State of Florida to-wit: .
glorying in the freedom of the ....
papooses ., .---1.-.. '' HetesUe,Gsw prescribes' Malarial fever lasting from week: to ten '
wilds. Suddenly from the tepees willi FLOATS OF THE CARNIVAL sale of these brings mil N%. except 15 acres on East side of S. "
and the it. and with P.P.P.completely cured J. days. I took your medicine aa a forlorn
i ring out the singing of forty or fifty manufacturers.-Indian A. L. Ry in NEM. of Section 1 ; N%. exceptE H. Davidson, who bad suffered fifteen hope but; DOW confess tit P.P.P. wu
Indian maidens who will emerge sing- ASSOCIATION.Float lions to the >4 of NE% of NWU and WH of NWK of years with blood poison and sorer a real benefit
Ing and dancing the corn dance. The No. 1. apolis Star. NEVS. of Section ; N% of NW 4 and NW% :
braves will come into camp with their of NEU of Sect'on'12 : N% of Lot 12. and IT -WILL HELP YOU, TOO-AT ALL DRyCClSTI.OOF. i
fame. Lolling 'round the camp-fires JANUARY all of Lota 22. 23. 24. 27. 30. 31: 32, 33, 35.
,they are aroused by the coming of De Janus am I. oldest of potentates Dueling Prime Ministers.In 36. 37. 38 of Section 14: Lot 34 of Section 16 ..Y. LIPPMAN, SAVANNAH, GEORGIAJOHNSON ;
Sota and his; halberdiers landers and Forward I look and backward; and in Township 6 South Range 22 East do
,sailors headed by Juan Ortis. hurry belowI the old days a number of British
forth to meet them. De Sota makes count as God of avenues and gates appear to said bill of complaint on or before '
figured the dueling ground.
premiers on the 6th day of April. 1914 the same being ,
peace with tile Indians. Planting of The years that through my portals t
the Spanish flag is shown. Then 1821. come and go. John Wilson Cruker wrote In 1841: a rule day of this Court; and that this order

the,lowering of the Spanish flag and the I "Within the last hundred years six be published once a week for 12 consecutive ----w ., .-....,..-._.- ____
raising of the Stars and Stripes. Finale.A Janus, the ancient Roman God. was weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph a '.
chorus of several hundred voices. The the god of beginnings. He had two persons have fought duels who have weekly newspaper of general circulation in

Afternoon program will close with a faces and looked forward and backward been prime ministers-Pulteney (Lord said Bradford County. Florida.
mammoth display of day fireworks. seeing what was to come and looking WITNESS the Honorable J. T. Wills
.Illumination of the City and Masked with retrospective eye on the past The Bath). Lord Shelbnrne. Mr. Pitt Mr. Judge of the said Circuit Court, and also my
flower of the month ia the snow drop I Fox, Mr. Cannfng, and the Duke of official signature as well as the seal of this & ANDERSON
.. Street Carnival.At indicating the first flower of the Spring I Court, this the Slat day of December 1913. at
dusk. His Honor the Mayor will while the stone Is the garnet Con- Wellington. I might also add Peel Starke Florida. .

press an electric button throwing the stancy and fidelity are the guiding. Ideals who twice challenged and Castle- W. T. WEEKS
r city into blaze of AUTOMOBILE LWERY'SERVICEi
a glory. Heralds will of January. Clerk Circuit Court
,who almost first minister.Of .
reagh. was
Immediately announce the beginning of Float
No. 2. | By R. A. Week D. C.A. .
the masked street carnival when the late the custom has certainly
imagineatic of the merrymakers FEBRUARY-Comes next In the yearn V. LONG AND J. E. FUTCH FLORIDA
r run riot. Several blocks of the main may march of months. Februs was the an- decreased. and the house of lords baa l-9-13t Solicitors for Complainant I ,

street will be closed to all traffic giving cient Roman deity after whom this not now. I dare say. above half a dozen
the maskers the exclusive use of month was named. It was the monthof ,
this section. A large aggregation of purification and was observed with who have actually fought"-Lon- RATES FOR ROAD TRIPS : :
bands will furnish music for the even care by the Latin peoples. The violet don Standard. ORDER OF PUBLICATION
ing's festivities. is the flower of this month while the
It is the invariable rule that all persons beautiful amethyst is Its favored atone. -- Ia the Circuit Co.rt.tIt Judicial Circuit Hampton one passenger $1.50,round trip $2; two passengers .

entering this zone be in fancy or Sincerity Is the keynote of the month Kansas In Rim.. Bradford Cointy Florida. $2, round trip $3. Lawtey and Sampson City same rates as
weird costume and and those born under Its star are lucky.
masked and it is requested *
that all unmasked spectators Next cones I love the state of Kansas with Its Edward W. Manley Hampton: Raiford one passenger $3 round trip $4; two pas ).

keep out of these limits. Absolute free- Float No. 3. fields of wheat and corn: I tote the VS. sengers $4 round trip $5.Lake .Butler one passenger $3.50, .j
dom will be all al
given Innocent merri- W. J. human CoaP&1lJ"t. '
anent Maskers will not be allowed to Mars MARCH-Named ami symbolized after by the the blustering war-god Kansas sunset and the Kansas dewy BUI .. Rmove Clef ana Quiet Title round trip $4.50; two passengers $4.50, round trip $(. All otter ;; ;

I :wear gloves.' voice of the lion. It was the first monthof morn. and speaking metaphor, I To All Whom it Hay Concern. Greeting: points at proportionate .rates.. Special rates to parties.- Can
t. Sunday. February 22. the Latin spring and the An l-SU. grow fat on Kansas crops and never It appearing by the iworn bill of complaint ,
I Sunday morning special sermons will ons and other ancient nations gave ,It In the above entitled cause that there are persona : handled by: careful driers
be delivered at all the churches. At names that indicated the growing length mind tbe absence of the yield of rye interested in the property described in

%:10 P. !ol.. sacred band concerts will be of the days. The bloodstone Is the gem and hops: I lore tbe Kansas porker the laid bin of complaint and involved in
i dven by all bands ,in various .sections of this month and courage and truthfulness and the Kansas topnotch steer I lore this suit other than the known defendants Careful Attention to Repair
ot the city. as becomes a man of war are : and that' the names! and residences of inch
i r All Sunday afternoon the officers of the guiding principles. The daffodil, the Kansas .zephyrs and the Kansas persona are unknown to the complainant and
and krewes of visiting United States yellow flower of Spring U the floral Work'e
atmosphere; tlove the Kansas sermons that in the laid bill relief i* prayed against .
.submarines, montior and torpedo boat emblem. inch unknown persons:
jdestroyerfc and war vessels of various Float No. 4. I and I love the Kansas Jokes Therefore It" ordered that all parties ,- ----

mother countries Carnival who will be in Tampa APRIL -Is the month of showers and but the thins I love In Kansas most Is claiming an interest in the property herein-
-during Week will
receive the
". sunshine. It Is the hopeful period; the j the Kansas kind of folks.-K nsas City after described or any part thereof' under -
life looks and G. W. Robinson deceased, late o fAIacmn
: : At dusk' the city will again don Its period when light good '
alectrical garb. with Its share of showers but with sunshine RepubUc. County Florida or otherwise; and all parties
predominant It is the singing claiming an Interest in the property hereinafter -
i Mondays February 23. month. The lily is the flower of April, described or any, part thereof,,lying .
l. v Elaborate preparations will be made and as Is meet innocence is the em- The Organ. to-wit .

r" tor,the defense of the city against His blematic Idea. The stone-listen maids Like most Important Inventions that The South ,half of Sections one and two
:, Majesty Gasparilla VII and Ye Mystic -is the diamond. Next of the months in the County of Bradford. State of Florida
of the l la veiled ID The
::Krewe. At 3:00 o'clock will occurthe organ mystery.
Float No.: 5. in Townshrip B South Range 22 East do appear NOTICE .
celebration In honor of the formal open- invention of ,the organ has been attributed to tbe said bill of, complaint on or be-
lag of the new LaFayette Street.bridge. MAY-The month of youth and life.
to Cteslbius. a barber of Alexandria fore the 6th day of April. 1914. the tame being -
line between
A $20.000 structure which will stand It Is the boundary Spring
;for all time as a,monument to the administration and Summer. The flowers are out..the about 2501I.>C.; also to the cel- a rule day of this Court: and that tf>border '
.- under which It was con sun shines bright and there Is joy and be published once a week for 12 consecutive -
ebrated 220 OF .
Archimedes. B. C. It Is .
yeeka in the Bradford County Telegraph
structed. The ceremony will be opened gladness everywhere. It "1s meet that .
by music furnished by Gasparilla bands. the emblematic word of this month certain that the organ was brought to .'a weekly newspaper of general circulation
:Mayor McKay will make the dedicatory should be Happiness. The vivid green in the said .Bradford County. Flor
Europe from the eastern or Greek em- ;
I. speech in the name of the city of Tamps emerald Is the stone of this month and ida.' G. S. Watterson & Co. Hampton Fla. .
., presenting the bridge to the people. the bright colored and many-hued tulip pire and was applied to religious devotions WITNESS the Honorable J.' T. Wills ,

Judge C. B. Parkhill will respond. The is the favored flower. Next in line U in churches about A. D, two Judge of laid Circuit Court and also my
bridge will be magnificently decorated. Float No. 6. official signature as well as the teal of the February 16th-17th.
The ceremony will be closed .with a display -- Court, this the SI day of December 1913. at
of daylight fireworks. JUNEV-Whlch is the pearl of the yearas It ls Different Now. Starke, Florida. '
some poet has said, and Riley's "Knee w. T. WEED We take great pleasure in
Landing of, King Gasparilla. announcing to and
I ... I Deep In June" will be recalled with When the'first Pullman car was put Clerk Circuit Court patron I
At 3:30 o'clock'the city will be thrown It is the month of the the general public that have with
fond memory. Into operation on our railways the system 'B,. B A. Weeks. D. C. we us on above date only
Into confusion by the firing of guns as full blown rose and health is the
AND J. E. Expert Optician
1 j.he pirate ship and its escort attacks thought that prevails in descriptions of of bookkeeping was very crude. 1-9-131 Solicitors for Complainant. an :representing the celebrated firm of A. .

I, r. 'the city. In this escort will be seen this month. The pearl or the moonstoneare I The conductor collected tbe fare from W. Hawkes Co., Atlanta, Ga. The largest and most fAvor. !
of the finest private with
;many yachts that the gems associated this month.
make winter headquarters in southern S Float No. 7. the passengers and before be turned ably known establishment in the South. He will test Eve- f. I ,
waters. This water pageant will beone the money in to the collectedhis sight and fit glasses.
company REMEMBER
of the most gorgeous ever seen in JULY-Is pre-eminently the month of NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. we have arranged this t
this country. All the boats will be gorgeous love and the thoughts of love predominate own salary from the revenues.: No engagement and secured the service of '?
Notice is hereby given that all interested a man of ability and
persons -
in their holiday attire. The war in the affairs of the month. The receipts were given no records kept.
vessels lift anchor and proceed to meet royal red ruby is the stone for'July and in the estate of M. V. Blackwelder. reputation, and that we personally guarantee his work. All :
I the enemy. Discovering their inferior the carnation red or white, is the fitting deceased that we, M. A. and J. J. Blackwelder examinations Free and
force they realize the hopelessness ofcombat flower for the month of Venus and Paid Her In Full. administrators of sad estate will thirty are only regular prices will be f
and joining the escort of the pirate Cupid. Next, In line comes days after date of the first publication of this charged for Glasses. You can save and
ship, follow it on its victorious Float NO. 8. Candid Hostess (on seeing her neph notice apply to the Honorable Geo. A. Gardiner. money obtain the, t ,

course up the rive The pirate ship will ew's fiancee for the first time)-l never County Judge of Bradford Count Florida highest class of professional services in this line by taking i'
'land at the Tampa Bay Hotel docks and AUGUST-The eighth month named for an order to sell at private .sale for advantage of this
krewe headed their should have known you from your pho- opportunity. Bear in mind the
the by king and cap- after himself Augustus Caesar the the payments of debts the following described atesCAUTION I
;, tain will march to the hotel, where they great Roman emperor in a moment of tograph. Reggie told me you were so real estate situated in Bradford County Flor-- Hawkes' Glasses are never peddled. Sold only
i ;
will demand and receive the keys of the self-congratulation. It is the month ot I
=. and there will be pretty. Reggie's Rancee No; I'm not ida. to:wit: at our dealer'sitore spelled
city a. scene of glee grandeur and nobility, imposing n its only H-A-W-K-lvS.; Feb 6-2t i
.: as the pirates gloat over their rich array of stateliness. Felicity is the pretty, so I have to try to be nice SWUof SE% and E% of SE%. Section 26. ,
treasurer. thought of the month and the sardonyxis Township, 6, Range 18.
( Immediately upon the landing of the the royal stone for August The and It's such a bore. Have yon ever M. A. BLACKWELDER.

pirates Morocco Temple of Mystic Shrln- pansy with its garments of purple Is tried?-London Punch. J. J. BLACKWELDER, :
.. fers will etart their parade, headed by a the flower. Administrators of the estate of _

; 40-piece bhrlner band, at the Tampa Bay Float No. 9. M. V. Blackwelder, deceased. .::;: : -,
!.. Hotel and will march through the city,. Legal Ability. Jan. 16, 1914 1-lS-St
SEPTE1IBER-Symbollzes periodof :
I Electric m
Pageant. life when wisdom begins to be at- "Why does a man have to hire a :
:: At 6:30 o'clock the fantastic and electrical tained and it is the principal thoughtof lawyer for % little thing? Ain't
'" pageant will wend its way the month. The royal sapphire is the every
f through the city, loaded by Gasparilla jewel of September and the aster Is the the laws plain?" SEEDS--SEEDS ;

,.:,., '. and his krewe. This parade will consist flower thought most appropriate. In "You don't understand. A good law r m
'. ; of 75 elaborately decorated and illuminated the ancient calendars September was the
l) ',. floats accurately portraying seventh month of the year. yer can take any'law and prove that It WANTEDSeed POTATOES BEANS TOMATOES. t ::
; allegorical and mystical scenes followed Float No. 10. doesn't mean what it says."Wash CUCUMBERS, ;

.af-i,, many by hundreds marching of clubs illuminated in weird autos and fantastic and- OCTOBER Was* the month for the ington Herald. Sweet PotatoesI MELONS r Ere. Burt or 90 day Seed Oats. Selected,; f ;

: t costumes monster illuminated making of cider in the Latin calendar I Seed Field Corn Cow ,
dragons and serpents, giants and dwarfs and consequently was looked on as .the want to buy 500 bushels of or Field Peas, Velvet Beans; ; ; t
,,:' And forty autoa of Seminole Indians. It month of jovially. The opal rich rare A Paradox. Chufas Peanuts Sorghum '
", ... will march direct to the Bayshore drive flashing its many hues Interchangeably '"Sln v pure Nancy Hall and Triumph Millet i. : A
where at t o'clock a most magnificent is the gem of the month. Hope is the e Footlight inherited a fortune WRITE FOR OUR ILLUSTRATED ': .
f. and elaborate pyrotechnics display expression of this month and the goldenrod be Is a paradox." Seed Sweet Potatoes. I will 'CATALOGUE. W

t I lastiiir two hours will be given. Nothing is Its floral emblem. What"s the answer?" pay spot cash for them and furnish Reliable Seed for all crops. The oldest, established and lar 1
like this display has ever before
Float No. 11. gest seed house in Florida.
been seen in Dixie! Set pieces showing "Ee's both the richest and poorest bags. Write me how many.
s+ the dltndng of the Panama Canal President NOVEMBER generally thought of actor on the "
;s' Wilson Mayor McKay and other as the cold and gloomy month, but this stage. you can furnish. Address DARBY & MARTIN ;
r_ local scene will be displayed. This feature ie rarely the eaae In Florida. where p.
k : alone will coet the Carnival Committee most months are exceptions to the rules Kind words are the music of the H. LIGHTFOpTEustis 206 East Bay St
l more, than .IlIQA. .' The beauty that prevail ia other States. Fidelity Jacksonville, Fla. f
i And sgtenrtor.: At this display will be i* the thought emblematic of November world.-Faber. Fla.

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,, +. 81(;, CHIEFt PBACTICALTALKS batching season is over. :1

& -Begin .marketing; the cockeredKLIIII II" &J__
THEM All"a a "
,., : as tn-y weigh oiw and vLr-luil A ,
pjuncls or ubtaiii a marketable: lit -- r
t eL auU. coiitiuues Uie ,advice "market f'
white shell and brown bell vyy IIIt'l'l'arate .i
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FARM EXPERTSNo. bhuuld be lial'kagt.'J4.lUall used at uuine.. or When dirty taking eggs +T ,f
We Don't
.Y eggs to market they should tie protected -

, from the suu's rays. Infertile eggs
., will withstand marketing vuuditiou
much better than fertile cg,."s. "Pre-Suppose"
\ IND1tk Cholera Potato, 1I k
.III.Hog "The hews greatest profit producing
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period is the nrst and second years !
., I Disease-Poultry Raising. and unless a ben Is 'au exceptionallygood tT\\1Ifi1\ Your Size.

'.. ; .' KENTUCKY WHISKEY > United States Soils. breeder she should disposed!: tat ,
't "':' the end of her second laying season llk\
and before starting to molt -.

: 't. "Made in Old Kentucky" s a pullets"...ew are eggs matured.can be expected until the When you slip into a .

"Pure bred poultry means uniformity ;! \ a suit that is tailored to -

I'; The Home SWeetHome,of Good WhiskeyThe of products and that means increased individual order
profits if the products are properly your

; << pride of the oldest distillery in the Blue Grass marketed. Given the same care and ( by our'famous Chicago,
food bred fowls will make a
t" State whose reputation for quality is known the world over. greater pure profit than mongrels. tailors '

't* Bottled in our own warehouse under strict supervision "1n order to obtain eggs it is neces- ,

1 t'enables us to tell the, world that Indian Bill is whiskey sary to hare healthy vigorous stock
4 properly fed. A splendid mixture for 4
laying hens is equal parts of cracked
,': You will say so too, if you try it. Our guarantee .oN. corn wheat and oats which should be Ed. V Price &: Co. 1?

4; protects you. Quick delivery our hobby. scattered in litter. Plenty of exercise '4

.., Increases the egg yield. Cabbages. .

Ji EXPRESS PREPAID Hx.i..,.,',:"!"...:;:'If!',",< ..'.,'.;,, .S"wi'.t-w"V'''.'''>''?':' < mangels potatoes and sprouted oats it fits properly all over-from coat collar totrouser..le j;

4 Full Quarts $3.O,0 6 Full Quarts $4.50F' ..arWoit'f<'>" ..::I'1''t.' .c.. make excellent green food and wbeu t
"' '
.tJi bottom.
wet mashes are fed be sure they are & Every portion of your

f: 12 Full Quarts, $9.00 1 Gal. Glass Jug, $3.00s' (Official News Summary of Up to Date crumbly and not sticky. For the first 'f figure Has been taken into
Matters Compiled by the United three days chicks may be fed a mix- .
ture of equal parts of hard boiled egg
States Department of Agriculture.)
Jf and stale bread or the latter soakedIn f Look, at the best-dressed men in town andyou'll

Chas. Blum CompanyEstablished United States department of milk. From the third or fourth day .
understand here for clothes
why they
$ THE Is engaged In ex- until the chicks can eat wheat and come

,,. when your Grandfather was Boy looking to the con- cracked corn commercial is ''

z' ; "WanhouttiNo.22JACKSONVILLE : trol and eradication of bog a good ration. Plenty of pure fresh ..* Leave your measure today!I. j

cholera. During the past twelve water, grit, shell and green food .
r FLORIDFavoriteFertilizers/ should be available from the first day.'
:: months the disease caused a 'loss
't'. There is very little danger of over Hull's Store
among swine of over $00.000.000.While Department "
i feeding young tock. Feed your chickens -
this slightly larger than in
about five times "
t ", a day.
the loss has run Into
f' previous years STARKE, FLORIDA r.
many millions of dollars each year fora '
Soils of the'United' States. 7
- -
decade ------ -
or more. The Sixty-second
"Soils of the United States" lit the I.I I.
t congress appropriated $75.000 for the .1
title of a bulletin just Issued by the I
department to begin work against the POPULAR i
department of agriculture which con WHEN
The work Is I.I
of the disease.
ravages tains a comprehensive study of the 800
J, now going on In Indiana. Missouri and soils of the country showing the loca-
", R I.I .
i'r Iowa and Is meeting with some encouragement tions of the l.tiTX different types of ARTICLES I YOU ;

although It was only be- soils surveyed and mapped by the de- 300
,' gun in July 1913. j partment and their crop adaptation.The .

Hog cholera usually makes Its appearance department has made soil surveys IILLUSTRATION5 '

ARE BEST In the spring and then In every suite embracing an area of !I, THINK t

if over 600.000 square miles. ,. I I
spreads with increasing rapidity until .
R- I The BUM Important group of soils
: autumn. Therefore the departmentmet
.t:' 'I'i. on which tl.f majority of the trucking Popular Mechanics OF
In the beginning a handicap, as
S crops of the country are produced Iles'in
:1 ALL CROPS ; the appropriation was not available Magazine
: ,, the Atlantic' and gulf coastal plains !
;', until July L The plan of the work province, a'irediug; to the rejwrt comprising iow.mlll1O YOU CAN UNOEBSTAND IT" .
: Write for CaWope.i '
; which Is ,being done .In Montgomery ulxi-.t ::rk\HKi square miles extending A GREATCoDttauaStoryof which you may begin dMWotireProgMM reading j INSURANCETHINK

county. Ind.; Pettis county Mo., and fn>..1 the 1101 them end of Long at any time, and which will hold your

i ,: Dallas county. la.. Is for the depart Island to southern extremity of year interest,of forever.the most You wonderful are living of the what best is 1 i l

.,. ment to place In each county in those the Florid -enijiMila and along: the doubtless the greatest world in the universe. 1 v'OF'
states three or more inspectors' who coast of t' gulf of Mexico to the A resident of Man would gladly\ pay- ,

will have charge of the work and who mouth of l-! Itio (Grande: These soil $1,000 SUBSCRIPTIONoorrhis

f z INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER CO. will control the' administration. of the are pre-et'i' .!ntly early truck soils and maxazinejn order to keep informed of I
department's serum to hogs. their mnM ('morale use lies in the in Engineering and Mechanics. '
The agricultural colleges of the product!.in high priced crops for,the Are you reading it? Two millions of your -' ,
neighbors are, and it is the favorite mag
i'JACKSONVILLE s FLA. states will gather statistics and in- early lot-a Hli i iiistant markets accessible line in thousands of the best American : liI
It to all classes-old ,
fine homes. appeals and
to! transportation. The
form the farmers of the ways in which ; ( young- men and women. I
_. WE SELL SEED POTATOES sands are n-'ilmihtrdly, the most valuable JACK DAVIS
they can aid in the campaign while The "Shop Hotel" Bntitaeat (20 pages
F1 early truck soils as in adaptationthey gives easy wars to do things-how to make
: the duty of the state veterinarian will useful articles for home and shop repairs,eta
'. -- be to control the movement of livestock include the whole range of vegetable *Amateur Xeehaaict"(10 page)tens how to
Norfolk fine sand Is ann make 51ia ton furniture wireless outfits,boats,
and require the disinfection of 1 crops engines,magic and all the things a boy love.. I STARKE r4
;t. : stock cars loading chutes and pens in $1" KR YEAR. SINOU COMES IB CENTS I
Aik nor NnndHlw t..bow TOT caw or
such that the chances for dis-
a way wilT FOR race SAMPLE COPY TODAY ,I r
seminating the disease will be less

1 When You Want t ened. kI POPULAR 318 W.WublogttM MECHANICS CHICAGO CO. '.
Farmers not only lose millions of -

dollars annually as the result of hog 41

cholera but they are undoubtedly deterred $

in many cases from raising bogson ; ,
& ,A Horse A Mule account of the fear of cholera. It faS HEARD IN STARKE.
Sfz' '
.:? > is evident that loss to the farmer is SMOKE
loss to the consumer, for it is not con How Bad Backs flare Been Made

ceivable that a large reduction in the Strong-Kidney Ills Corrected.All .

5 Buggy A Wagon i iMM number of hogs such as is caused an-

'L nually by hog cholera can have any over Starke you hear ehrJlnies A.P.H.
:> other effect than to increase the priceof Kidney Pills are koeping up the good 1
Jt pork and consequently. the cost of
living. work. Starke people are telling about
ASet.ofliarness I
t it-telling of. bad, backs made sound
Potato Disease Quarantine.The .
You believe the testimonyof Made in Starke
. federal horticultural board of again. can I
1 the 'department of agriculture has your own townspeople. They tell

: ''j Come to See Us made a decision of considerable Importance it for the benefit of you who are bWUUWUHi

to potato growers. It Is the
: continuation Indefinitely of the potato Photo@by American Press Association. suffering. If your back aches, if you

j .; We buy in car lots and 'give our customers quarantine that has been maintained SECEETAKT OF AGRICULTURE HOUSTON. feel lame, sore and miserable, if the

i the benefit of the lowest prices. during the past year against certain
'i: important member of the group as kidneys act too frequently, or pas-
countries from which main Importations
? our -
of potatoes come. The coun- well as being the most extensively de- sages are painful, scanty and off color,
veloped. It Is. the best early truck
tries against which quarantine is to be soil of the section.On use Doan's Kidney Pills, the remedy

i' ANDREWS' & SON continued are the British isles. Germany the soils of the glacial and IocsRial that has helped so many of your
f J. W. Austrla-Hungary. Newfoundland I soil province Is grown the bulk of HANNMHONF'ST r .
y and two Islands belonging to the great staple crops of the country. friends, and neighbors. Fpllow this a
France in the St river
Lawrence call-
Starke citizen's advice and give Doan'sa
The silt l loams have by far the largest
ed St. Pierre and .
Miquelon.The of do the for ,
areal development of any the chance to same you.
t object of the la to 1 1 '
;: quarantine groups. They furnish the greater por- Mrs. A. E. Moitt, Call St, Starke, 1 L:. +c
r r Starke Florida 1 prevent the introduction into the Unit- tion of the cereals directly producedfor :
Fla. "I attacksof
ed States of a dangerous potato disease says: was annoyed by AND REftABU GO s local consumption and export the ?
I had dull back-
now unknown in this country. kidney complaint. r '
r hay and jrraiu used in the productionof PRICE LIST 0$ RE oeSRUBMYTISM
This disease is known as the potato aches and headaches and was miser- '
meat and other meat supplies. Dairying .
__ wart,, the potato canker or black scab. N also an important industry. able in every way. Doan's Kidney .0.

The decision of the department not Pills removed these troubles, and I
The Marshall silt loam Is the principal tJ
4 only Insures the potato crops from the corn soil of the -country and is only feel that it is my duty to recommend .
of this disease but will prob-
ravages slightly I less important for the production them in return for the benefit they
ably affect the price of them.
of wheat and I Is also an excellentsoil brought I h vn't had geed of a '
The shuts off
We Deliver a Single Bag supply quarantine from abroad. though it does tobacco for the and production sugar beets.of oats alfalfa kidney medicine since." 1

not affect potatoes from Bermuda or Price 50c, at all dealers. 'Don'tsimply Will cure your Rheumatism
Canada and means that we' shall haveto ask for a kidney remedygetDoan's Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps,

tp produce practically all the potatoeswe Simple Canning Methods. Kidney Pills-the same that Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts and

j barrel of lime with consume for an indefinite length of Receutly u western Pennsylvania Mrs. Warren had. Foster-Milburn Bums Old Sores Y!
44 of cement or a time. In 1911. the year before the farmer dissatisfied at selling his peas ,Stings of Insects

a. ..IP I the same creerfulness as you ordered quarantine was issued. 13.000.000 bushels at a very \low price derided to can Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.Advertisement. Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne used internally k ;

of foretell potatoes were importedInto them according: tu the method advocated ( : and eatefu Jly Price 25c.
4 o A .4 a big load of our building
the United! States. in bulletin &!). agricultural department -

p materials. Me figure that if we Although the London hureau.of agriculture l- on the "Canning of reg..tables .,.

,can please you in small things, we has asked the state department In the Home*" He used the ordinary -

through the British embassy fruit jar as a container. Hedisposed
'\ will get your bigger orders when of some to a \local. .store .
that the quarantine against potatoesbe Bradford
1SCI have'them to give. Let's show raised or modified'the federal horticultural which soon took all he had and agreedto County

r'you board has ruled that the risk take all he could furnish iu the future :
t _
: how well we can serve you
He is preparing to put up a
of introducing new diseases into the ;

c'+ \' with that litte order you need now. United States is too great to justify a much lire"amount next year. Abstract Company t:

change _.
Enghsn Cattle to Be Admitted. A complete record of Bradford County lands'I .
1f Better Poultry Raising. The secretary of agrU'Ulxure. at the

s Lumber & Supply Company "Keep the nest clean and provide one I't'1IU..t of the British ambassador anth"t .. Land Tides Real Estate .* InvestmentsTo '

Quigly nest for every four hens. Is the ad. nOIl1''f''l \ the foot and mouth disease

vice to farmers and poultrymen Ly the affectint attie.. sheep and swineof ---,- .. $_. .
STARKE: : FLORIDA department of agriculture. "Gather the Cn-'Mnl! l Ireland and Scotland has '.. --

eggs twice a day and keep them in a been wndwttw! and that prohibition Prevent Blood Poisoning ,A Man' vyith"ideaDow ;" -

.. cool dry room or cellar and market against the iMiMirtation of these and pply at once the wonderful reliable DR. .- sliil! we OUTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING OJ!..a f nr- .,......,
Ao them at least twice a week. Sell, kill I mats has f H>U removed. ical dressing that relieves pain and heals at _lcTSiy tijKKlsare; still warm"Rustou ? -
Sesame time. Not a liniment. 25c.5Oc.$104jjjjjjjjjjj Trausrript. =



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was here Monday to see POLITICAL ANNOUNCE LENTS. i

here in the near future: -. Political announcements not exceeding one AFTER .
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inch under this
in length, will be printed
Mr. Warren Cason, of Rising, visit- Weak Diseased heading for the uniform price of five dollars ".

ed here Sunday. in advance. SICKNESS

News Items Miss Flora Cason, of Rising, visited "Wornout"MEN TAX COLLECTOR OROPERATIC t.iz

Miss Annie Clemons here Sunday.Mr. I hereby announce that I am a candidatefor .
reflection to the office of Tax Collectorfor (
r ... ., ,. I C. H. Hilliard, who has been Bradford county, and solicit the votes of .i

at Fernandina for the past five an Democratic electors. I promise. if elected
!.1 ii 'G tierccJ fDurinf the Week b Our to discharge the duties of the office faithfully. .
"tifotr t months, has located at Mr. D. T. B. J(. DOWLING. I ss f,
; ; :4., ,. s 1aeuJar Corrapondmu., II
".,:r'...;, "...,."' 1'... Phillips, in the Enterprise section and I .:'
will remain until after
( berry season. Young 'Middle-Aged Old CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
'' 'W -L .
-.tti"'I.. a.1 1f'. The farmers in this section will BRADFORD COUNTY. .;c(
'!'\ .;:* -:: 1' : y BILL FOR DIVORCE. .
""'UIJ! < ''' ,. :' J LAKE BUTLERTl children of Cincinnati 0. are guestsat soon begin shipping berries.
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\,.11. 1"1 -(< I GOOD $ Net Bobby "
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l {_:.';Mr; i; Register is away visitingfriend 110 J. P. It Is a pflJfcefe rrasfdb _
< f : '" Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Randall in East Sunday.
': 1 't % Mr; J!-,J.3ones, who was Lawtey.MK Remember Sunday school at Heil- SAFE CURES THE STATE OF.FLORIDA. to accept drugs, or alcoJ.. ,.J,
J''.1(4: 1f rom.time Major. of Lake Butler.I To J. P. Hobby. Greeting: holic mixtures when nature
f = ; onetime SJ: J. Babb, of Boston, Mass., bronn school Sunday pjn. Everybodycome. It having been shown by affidavit that the
fit : 4J :2'jr. FxH. Baker'at_ agent, We treat nay eases 11 Defendant, J P. Hobby non-resident of the cranes nourishment to repair ,
is here this week looking after some .
'ti1' ', j thi.G.; $;>di P.'By.. now of White as low u ill)for the State of Florida, and the residence of said wasted body and
'; : landed interests.Mr. This section was visited by a very professional fee. Defendant is at Macon. Georgia, and thatsaid the restore :'

'/tf, j'f:"(' tfsp- ::3 liu,\went. .visitor._ home.the bere happy last mumi.41sHe --I L. L. ,.Sapp was 'a business severe .rain Monday nightRAIFORD WhatIsYouryDisease | : Defeadant. is over the age of twenty-one the vigor oir health. r :1'
; .! visitor to, Jacksonville the ,first ,of r ; ? It is therefore ordered considered and adjudged For fort* years the best pLyf
t i ;, : : isor/ot-tiie; .' 'Masonic Royal Arch I + B that the said Defendant J. P. Hobbydo :
"." "' ,,".., week. Is it in urinary '
r ..' ;- d .".1oo + I your appear to the Complainant's Bill of Complaint sicianshavFreiedonthewholesome -
'l 1 4 -_ ); I Mrs. J. D. Randall and Mrs. Doane A. H. Crews of Dukes visited his orgaas.buraingnrin', herein on or before the 23rd day of
'f'l ctioa mucous, pus predigested nourishmentin
: ,:' t 1Ji'\J E. Byrd, Worthington, blood? Is it kidneys March, A.D. 1914, in default whereof a decree

I your
fj : t ,j. : r were visitors to Jacksonville the first son, A. L. Crews, here Sunday. in backer pro eonfesso will be entered against the saidJ. Scott's Ertu1 ouwhichis totally .
*$ "" ii also visitor" on Thursday last, pains
iA ,.,. ; 5f'the week. Mr. Goodwin special of theS. loins? Is it your stomach P. Hobby.: .J'
;). J: .ob&ninfr.alike honor..The.Lake ,belching of gas It is further ordered that this notice be free from HJcohol or opiates.Scott's =.
"fl, '' !(j, ... Mr. and Mrs. John Cone, attendedthe A. L., who captured Will Moore, soar, distress after published in the Bradford County Telegraph ., ,'.
pt .#. ; I. Butler Chapter of Royal ', eating Have you a newspaper published at Starke in Bradford Emulsion sharpensthe <.t
i r aAic k&sons held .their annual 'in- wedding of Mrs. Cone's sister, the negro desperado, murderer of W. piles fistula itching? county. Florida, once each week for five consecutive I
r. . _
; :' :: 8ta11adon of' officers'on ,.Thursday Hare yon any blood diseases, skin eruptions! IN WITNESS WRER OF. I have hereunto nourishes'nervesstrengthetls
'; section Wednesday.' Monday and Tuesday. pimples paleeomplexion.loslnlt weight,pains set my hand and affixed the seal of our
fi1' ( officers in-
1'II ollowlitg were! the in bones scrofula? Is it your nerves;sleepless. Circuit Court this the 11th of February bones and restores the
.J't c 'r '. Mrs. R. B. Jackson visitorto Aunt Polly Crews visited his on courageof 1t
,, .;:sIt was .a tired in the morning g, dizziness pains in the ,
: '.;"" .....-.. head,coated tongue Dear reader,heed these A.D. 1914. health make life bright
'I'li Starke to
Wednesday. daughter, Mrs. D. C. Cason, last week. W. T. WEEKS Clerk. Jj
Jr1l; OWLS Priest J .P.fl symptoms
: : ;H. Renter, High. ; .
By R. A. Weeks D.C.A.
,K ty g ''f i;vXing. A.- E. Proctor, Captain Mr. Reason Lastinger returned Miss IDa Crews, the efficient primary "314" BLOOD POISON "606"I Z. ADKINS- SoL for Comp.Feo1S4it. Scott' Eunkion sets in action g

k ; home last Saturday night from Daytona teacher, visited her parents at the Tery forces flat promote health; ,
t 'Hi1' of fire Host;,G. W.-Alderman, Princi- traaerstaal the of "606" and"9H"and
U*>, U. li fp i it''Bojoarner; A..'D. Zacarias, Royal where he had been called to the Long Bridge, Saturday and Sunday. .I mi esogrt T Uh success.use I use the genuine it is pare, rich, .tn, Ho .. '
t-nported rnscdy and give it intrsvenonsly. NOTICE OF' APPLICATION FOR TAX ,
t. bedside of a sick uncle. Civil engineer I.. D. Franklin who .. ,
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3 L,Captain;'J..B. Cobb Master of I directly frf o the blood the only scientific WI,. DEED UNDER SECTION 8. OF f
ii Mr. Marcus Brown came home from has been away for some time, has re Canon write fur ulonnatioa.CONSULTATION. CHAPTER 4888. LAWS OF .
The following Brethren
@il ijjVerL Gainesville last week to look after turned. We all the FREE FLORIDA. ,
t IPT elected, but were not present Hereby Notice is given that R. D. Clayton
iJ l. his strawberry interests during. the of his return.. Dr. Geo. L. Dickerson purchaser of Tax Certificates numbered respectively NOTICE. .tl.J.
Jf : I the installation:Rev,.S. S. Proctor, 154. 158. 157 and 164 issued by the
shipping Mrs. S. W. Tillis will visit
season. her
Tax Collector of Bradford Florida:
)> I ; J. B. Dowting. Scribe M.McKinhey 111 w. Forsyth Street : ,I will take great pleasure in rendering
Iff-J,,, r Mr. Henry Curran, of Ocala, a pos t.- parents at Brooker and other relatives (Next to Barnett tank) eaeb of said Certificates bearing date June
.. t '
,1, j ,Treasurer; F. M. Byrd, 5 th. 1911. has filed said certificates in my :
; : i ) "' i._' .A. 'Sentinel office: inspector was a visitor to 'this week: JACKSONVILLE t x s FLA. office and has made application for Tax any 'ministerial service. can to

'.. .Jh J rt -J.,G. Epperson. Lawtey the first of the week. I Sheriff Denmark was here on busi Deed to issue in accordance with law. ''any who may need my services. The ,,
: A series of revival meetings con- said Certificates embraces the foUow.I'
!'i the ', Mr. Wilmot Brown came .up from ness last Friday. ins lands in Bradford' County. poor and Do -ehurch members w2
oJ ; > on'with Church ofi Cheat, sessed at the date of the issuance of said I
':"I' }I' $ aa- commenced, on, Monday in the Gainesville and spent Sunday withhis' Percy Jones, of Lake Butler was A MODEL STORE. Certificates in the name and under the dates especially call:on"me. '
parents here. here business respectively hereinafter particularly set forth
-::||}.T niencJ buildings, in the store late- on Monday. to wit: B. T. RAPE Pastor '

*j illJ occupied by Angel: D. Zacarias A high class musical entertainmentwas CoL A. Adkins, spent last Thurs Contains Everything Belonging to the CERTIFICATE NO. 1E4. embraces N% of _'

1 : given at the public school auditorium day on business. Stationery Business. NW% of NEtt See 14, Tp 8, S.R 22 E, 20 Methodist Church, .
; 0wiDc. ,"to the inclemency. the acres summed Hudson A Dominiei. ..
last Friday evening under the The conference CERTIFICATE NO. embraces NW of ,
quarterly of the 166. %
V *weatherthe 'congregation not
; ;Ii; I Mr. J. R. Dover who conducts a SEK See 14. Tp 8. S.B. 22 140 acres assessed
> 1 :{ = but the better weather Tuesday auspices of the Ladies Village Improvement M. E. Church, South, will be held at John P. Pratt.CERTIFICATE ORDER
large on -
: JJ'fa model in the Dover Circuit Corr 8th Judicial Circuit. BracI-
stationery shop )
Society, .for the benefitof Raiford on Saturday. Rev. J. W. NO. 1ST. embraces W# See
t1M1 jJI'' night brought'out a good con- County F oyida- .
East Call street invited 1C Tp 8, S.R 22 E. 320 acres .
building on a I
the Club House fund. The C. M, Alrare. ,
f J program Bigham, M.D., will preach at 11:00 Unknown Complainant
Rev. of
i ;gregation. Mallady,,,pastor ,
of the to vs. -
consisted of miscellaneous vocal and a.m. Dr. Bigham will conduct the representative Telegraph CERTIFICATE NO. 1M, embraces NW% Cosmo 'Alvares, l Mrs. Florence E. Alvares,
'1JJ the, :Hampton Ch1l1'eh''of 'Christ, .is in and his and the of NW %. See.r3 Tp 8, S.R. 22 E. 40 acres I ,
come inspect wares
I : 'If instrumental solos and duets, artistically service on Sunday morning, and.administer aue sed.Hudson A Dominic et-aL
;11Itu the: evangelist He gave a good general fitness of things in his establishment UNLESS SAID CERTIFICATES shall be Bill to remove cloud quiet title and correct'
and skillfully rendered by Misses the Sacrament of the Lold'sSupper. description in deed.
sermon the "Put redeemed according to law, Tax Deed will issue
'mi! 1' ,on ; subject: on
"[ Biglow: and Fretwell and Mr. Hoelzel, Sunday services 11:00 aan. thereon on the 16th day of. March AJX TO ALL ,WHOM- IT MAT CONCERN, t
ae : r .. Aris).? Bra Malady is a good speak- A around the fall GHEETUXJr
glance prompted reporter -
% a talented trio connected with the and 7:00 pmry W.'T.' WEEKS .It appearing >ky the swum bill of com-
11' 1 k.ier., JIh a very distinct utterance. St: 'Johns to say, "You keep Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford Ctk. Flaeb. plaint in the afove cause.- that there an
Choir Jacksonville. The everythingF
y/1 'ltf.;werbakve he will do much good auditorium was filled with a ve don't you, Mr. Dover" replied 13-5t By B. A. Weeks. Deputy Clerk in persons this bill interest of Complaint! in the, and property involved described in this!' '

-1.s ;r'j t44tta: town. The meetings will conii SAMPSON CITY Mr. Dover "I sell everything; suit other than he known defendants, and
j '. .c"" appreciative audience who attested Miss Ruth Paige spent the names and residences of such persona
l : 1.. aae indefinitely. Saturdayand I don't keep it." Everything lookedso Starke. Fla.. Feb. 1st 1914.-Report of the are unknown to the complainant and that its a
t :' their delight by numerous encores. I. in Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for Bradford :
Mr.Will Sunday Lake Butler. '
Epperson appeared on the and clean and salable that the said bill relief U prayed against; such va>o. :c
% new | County. Florida on account of Taxe
The services of
: i" the Trio were tendered Mrs. J. C. of Graham visited know peno..iTherefore. c
.. atreet on Wednesday'morning instate air Barry, ; assessed for the :year 191J. that
took Mr. Dover's word it is ordered F
Telegraph man all parties
free to the V. I. lattertake '
S., hence the her daughter Mrs. B. M. DOWLING Tax Collector.County 1
that would have led us to believe Byrd, one day for itThe .' claiming an Interest in the property hereinS

: i I that he was the principal actor in a this method of publicly expressing last week. shop has an air of neatness, J 1. To balance due County Proper Joseph after described T. Dillaberry or ,any deceased part thereof.J. G. Alvarez under t

: 'good serape There was blood on his their appreciation of this favor.Quite Jessie Byrd visited relatives in Feb.Fund 1 to-balance- due $5655.49 deceased or either of them it otherwise;''acd
tidiness orderliness and artistic 5550.49Drainage.
,- ar all
parties claiming interest
nice little an in the property
a realized
.], shirt, and on his lips. We, very sum was Graham,Sunday.W. that be hereinafter described or ar.y part thereof.
rangement can explained only Jan. 1 to balance due
F' 4' ., delicately enquired the cause of the which added to the funds already H. Sloan and family, of Graham, the Fund County Drainage$6888.40 lying and being in the City ilf Starke Bradford _
by daily of Mrs. Dover County, State of Florida
presence :
cumulated and in view of the fact Feb. 1 to balance ..
trouble, but found that he only paida have moved to Sampson.W. who is Mr. 6888.4Canty o 465 feet Eeast and West by 60'feet North
Dover's .
helpful assistant Bead and Bri",
., visit to oar dentist-.Dr. Lee. Bro that a lot had already been donated A. Mays made business trip JI an. 1 to balance due County Road*and and South, bounded on South by land of E.
in his business. Johns Eakt by Street,
for the purpose by ,Mrs. M. E., Edwards to Palatka last week. I Bridge Fund -..._..:_- _1l1iZ43.83 line of SE on% ofNW% ,- See.28,on{ West, S. by W. ,
', 4 Epperson is on the best of terms with one day I The store is primarily a stationery Feb. 1 to balance due .... ... 15243.83 "Po i R22'E.
these '" on'North by land Jacob Johns in the of
':-i- progressive ladies hope City
C. A. Smith made business Coanty Bailding.Jan. .
Dr. Lee and the visit a
... was only a trip store and everything that Starke do appear to the said Bill of Complaint
properly 1 to balance due County Building
.matter .of business .that involved a for an early realization of their to Gainesville one day this week. I Fund ___ _._. S277&25 on or before the 4th day of May. 1914.
to that
pertains line of businesss is the
dream-a home same being a rule day at this court.
'" little blood. of their own. Ernest Williams visited relatives Feb. 1 to balance due _: .%S And this order be published
;carried in stock books Schosl.Jan. once a week for
including Ceuty 12
Mr. C. P. Moore is the new day and. friends in Starke one day 1 to balance due County SchoolFund consecutive weeks in Bradford County .g
BLACK CREEK. magazines, school supplies, office _' Telegraph a weekly newspaper of Ventral .'

operator at the union passenger depot. Rev. P. M. Riggs, of Starke, filled week. I supplies, typewriter supplies, postcards Feb. 1, to balance due ..$19126.49 19426.49 I circulation Florida.: published. in said Bradford County. 3
i Our, night operator is of the samename Mr. Guss Wynn and Miss BessieAbernathy Couty Pol... WITNESS the Honorable J.
: his appointment at New Home Church] novelties and stationery o f Jan. 1 to balance due County PolIs-$11. 6.00 of said Circuit T. Wills judge
so there are two Moores the of Graham, were married Court, and dso my official
all kinds full to balance due 1186.00
Saturday night and Sunday. a of uptodate" signature as well as the seal of this Coma '}
the merrier. Sunday at the home of Mrs. J. N.I( Total Sob-ScaooL
more We welcome this the 3rd day of February
you : 1914. at Starke
Mr. and Mrs. Levy Starling, of pictures, picture framesFjand Jan. 1 to balance due Total Sub- > Florida.
:4w to Lake Butler, Mr. Moore. i Thomas, sister of Mr. Wynn. Onl School :5
Starke, attended church here Saturday II I art goods galore, a big stock of 9786.45 W. T. Weeks. Clerk Circuit Court -'"
Feb. _.
lto balance due .
9788 4 5
few friends R.
,The increased rate levied by the a of the bride and groom By A. Weeks, Deputy Clerk.
night and Sunday. I fishing tackle and sporting goods and W. T. WEEKS. Clerk. A. S. Crews. Solicitor for, Claimant L.S.
( )
Southern Express Co. on truck and were present. We wish them a long toilet By B. A. Week D.C. Feb. &12t .
Mr. articles. Mr. Dover takes sub
j and Mrs. Gid Starling:of Kings-, ttx
fruits ,is causing a wide-spread dis and happy life.
ley Lake, attended church here Saturday scriptions for every magazine, periodical -g :
satisfaction. While lowering the and in Telegraph, $1.50 a year. Telegraph $1.50 a
. t night and Sunday. newspaper the cats year. .
rates other merchandise
on they have
increased it Miss Lizzie Riggs, of Starke, visit Ouch! logue.. Recently complete; lines of

on fruits and vegetables, ed"her cousins, Misses Lilly and Lula He (bitterly)-I suppose you considerIt suit cases and hand bags, ranging ins

with just because these eommOdities there is'no in competition the parcel Starling, the first of the week. quite a triumph to make. a fool of price from $1 to $15, and fine hosiery .....M.............MMMMMM-.....N..... IMMMPropsMosinessFiriDSloStarke ..' t, ;":

Mrs. Kate Alvarez and children, of I man have been added and will be kept -.1"
s post It was their exorbitant rates She-:Oh. dear no! A triumph is in .
Vanderbilt, spent last week with her stock at all times. Nobody can
that hastened the parcel, post, and something done that was difficult of go
i F cut out a great deal of their revenue. parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Long. achievement-Boston Transcript into Mr: Dover's store and view the 9

Mrs. Hettie Bennett of tempting. array of wares and
Their action may extend still further Lawtey,. -- come 3.
r L spent Sunday here with her out without buying something, be-
the parents,
parcel 'these
system. Although
L 'z Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Lang. cause he is sure to see some articlehe Readers of the, Telegraph'will find it to their '
x large eorporationr seem worldly-wise, PLAIN TALK
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard needs and purchase it before he
:yet at times it seems that they do not Taylor, "of advantageto trade with the firms rep-

know on what side their bread is Lawtey, attended church here Saturday From Two Prosperous Housewives leaves.-Adv. resented_ this directory.MMMMMMMMMMMMM .
night and
4 ; : buettered. Some day, in trying to Sunday. About Peruna. 'III .
grasp all, they will loose alL Tb Miss Genie Taylor spent last week Mrs. E. T. Gad- Mrs. W. B. Leake, wife of a well- eraSppV._.____ .
with known --.y. ....
relatives '
at Lawtey. Jacksonville .TTT.y.TT.
people are getting tired of them, and M dis of Marion, druggist; was at-

the'people are sovereign in Ameri There was a candy pulling and play r Rf' North Carolina tacked in her home, 41 East Ashley *- ..;j i. I..... J:
They only need arousing especially at at Mr. Sam Norman's last week. One- Y writes to the Pe street, Wednesday, by a negro burglar. DRY GOODS. 'T c,

s election time. It is learly evident tha boy went home with his girL Tuna Co., Co The lady was found on the floor of J FURNITURE.j J:

Miss lessieBr 1, lumbus, 0 h I 0: her bed-room .......................... .
the decrease. other articles is owing :! homesdaMfiailb ,, : "Before I com upstairs in an unconscious ..........................

to the establishment of the parcel bareheaded. Miss Hessie, wait for: menced to take condition. A diamond brooch a
;, post 'irf, him to get his hat next time. Peruna I could valued at $100 was among the articles' .. ......"m Ht...

I For thirteen years the writerlived Mr. Johnnie Starling makes a call ; work not do withoutaufreriog any bard stolen by the negro. J. W. MORGAN .

+ in'Australia. There the railways are at Mr. Carter's every Sunday. :Wonder : :., s [ great A Bonifay dispatch says Sheriff Headquarters for FURNITURE > f|

publicly owned. The parcels post does what's drawing his attentions.there .' ,' pain. I took Pe- J. Z. Mayo received a phone message Ltdits Readyto-Wear Goods, and A If
else O
Dry Notions Eke you t te
all that the express companies do here.| ? M.*.-I!' ''.'.Caddis Tuna and Man stating that Frank Chancey's wife was : J might; want O

1 The telegraph system is also publicly Mr. George looks very sad sine with pleasure they alin have and done can more say found dead near their home and requested .........s. HULL'S .

,'. owned, so also are many of the scar tredid the teacher went ff. .I for me than any other medicine I that a coroner's inquest beheld ................t......... STORE.DEPARTMENT .

systems. They all give Mr. and; Mrs. Hardy Taylor of: t svevererltagemNow ownamork well immediately. Judge Tew and O .

satisfaction. A ten-word wire is sent Lawtey were visitors at Mr. and Mrs.j!I! a it and Sheriff Mayo went to the Chancey BUILDERS' SUPPLIES 0 ......t b
r never hurts me at alL I think
from end to the other of.the Jeff Lang's Sunday week. home and empanelled a jury. Upon .
y one Peruna Is a great medicine foromanklnd. +.........)..).........)..
great continent for 24 cents and in Mr. Dave, what made you leave ." investigation the evidence, it is alleged -

; some of the states a six word telegram before church was out Saturday Mrs. Sarah Frye.' No. Ifl5 Syl ed, went to show that Chancey, with

: is sent within the state for night? 'Ave: Asbury Park N. J.. writes: "1 the help of two women of ill repute, DENTISTS,
. have
12 cents. Tyranny hastens reform. Mr. Lige Carter visited his parentsone no for words the wonderful to express cure my gratitude that- killed his wife some time during the Quigley. Lumber & Supply Co. f.

r day last week, Mr. and M rs. Peruna has done for me. It is a night and dragged her body throughthe Dealer In .

i George Carter'of Water Oak.ENTERPRISE. godsend to all suffering women. Pe field to near the roadside, where 0 f ,

LAWTEY -S me.runa has done wonderful work for passers by saw it yesterday morning. A Builders Supplies, Paints, Oils, DR. U. G. TURNER

k 1 Mrs. Ralph Barbour, of Chicago, is "1 Chancey and his wife came to this Varnishes, Concrete,
was sick half
over my life o
5 spending today'at the home of Mr. Rev. George Larrimore, of Brooker,,, with systemic catarrh. I want this : county about twenty years ago from Plumbing. .. 0 DENTIST e r

< and Mrs. L. H. Hill filled his regular appointment here letter published far and wide. as I I II :Alabama. They had no children, but Estimates Cheerfully Furnished. Edwards

' L Mrs. A. M. VanDyke was a business ; Sunday. I was a great sufferer, but to-day I j, got along well until recent years' Building a0
feel as well A
as anybody can feeL ,I e. e. '
- visitor Tuesday and Wednesday.Miss I and the two lock- Upstairs over Post '
'' Mr. Lonnie Thompson, of Raiford, .j "Nearly all my life I have spent Chancey women are Office

Susie Belle Blanchard left visited 0. J. Phillips, Sunday I nearly all I could rake and scrape for j i ed up in the county jail. Chancey has ........................... .

Monday for Jacksonville, where -she Dr. L. J. Adams, of Starke made doctors but none of them did me |i a good farm end is reported to have .
J any good. But '
since I
will spend several weeks with relatiVes ] -'1 a professional visit here Sunday. your Peruna one year ago started I have on at I 2wcn-,y. !The killing happened about REAL ESTATE. '.

' and friends. Mr. 0 last found eight miles north of Bonifay. The '
J D. Ware, of Jacksonville, relief in ycur wonderful ,.......................... NOTIONS.
Rev. Olin Boggess, the new pastor paid his regular visit here Monday Peruna. I had begun to think that I pocple in that comunity are much excited 1

for the 1914 of was not going to get well, but thank
Grace M.
year E. Messrs. C. Pettie over the affair. H
and A. A.
Stokes, God I am well to-day. 4i
y Church arrived here Saturday and of | 5' .. -
Lawtey visited "I .
here Monday. hope and pray you may live lon "I \

,preached his first sermon Sunday Messrs. J. F. Johnson of Starke to help others as you have helped Fairly Warned."I ,f( COMER L. PEEK A .

,$.. evening to a large and interested congregation. and Dr. Dawson, of Jacksonville tae. Instead of being walking drug believe in calling a spade a spade," a Why is that wbea yon are r
visited store I am growing fat and loin declared Florida Real Estate, Land and in need
,i l. fJ Rev C. W. Crook, president here Tuesday the of Notions, Ladies ?
k : the p.m. well. I .will never be without Pe "It is mighty dangerous to call Ready-to-year Goods Shoes
tk ,of ', ,' Florida AntiSaloonpreached Mr. H. S. Norman .runa." one Timber Expert, ,
the Novelties !
""" ;\ It misfortune card acjvother suit if you sit in a ,. Etc you generally ,
"'-' { ': .. e, Sunday evening. of losing his horse Sunday night Those who object to liquid medl. game around here.'"warned the native. '. go to 1 j >:

_.,. j';,htrt., ..-and Mr?. H. D.:: Randall.and !The postoffice inspector Oeala cines can' now procure Perun t Buffalo Express. 33 years Experience' at Starke.. "rh'STUMP'S' *;
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