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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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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; 0 Of all forms of advertising 0 0 We make this proposition 0 CBANGED' :
t 0 there is nothing equal to an 0 0. "to those few farmers friends 0 j '.

BASIS :0 attractive ad in the local paper 0 ave. on e ISer 0 who have quit their subscriptions r
0 to prcduce the desired results. 0 0 to the Ocala .Banner e' ', .
tj' 0 Many a business man has tried C 0 because it has increased its CN : ; t

J; State Board Agrees to Plans of 0 every ,other plan of advertis- 0 0 price from one dollar to one 0 '.' ,a -
Governor Park Trammell of '
Assessors: and Everything 0 ing only to recognize at last 0 0 dollar and fifty cents'per year: 0 { j ,

ZL Is Lovely. 0 that a paper read by ,the, com: 0 0 If they will furnish us with C Florida, Assures Veterans 'f.:, I

\fi'o! 0 munity is'the best form of telling 0 1 0 chickens for 10, 20, and 30 C, and Visitors Warm ,

;t .The'plan of the,county tax asssllJ'I 0 the public what- one has 0 i e 0 cents apiece, according to size, .1 Welcome. ; }

|f' to assess real and personal.prop- 0 to offer. At one time, signs, 0 b and eggs for 10 or 15 centsto i .
] in the State on a basis of 50 0 big and little, erected in almost '0 0 per dozen, the old price, we 0m I Jacksonville, Fla, Feb.. 19.-Governor : .. ;

|rcrtl'pir peat of ,,its real value has been 0 every place, were largely used, 0 will be only too glad to send 0 Park Trammel, Florida's popular : t

;!*a eepted by the. State Tax Commis- 0 but their principal effect,was 0 Have you registered yet? If 0 the Banner at the old price. and accomplished chief executive has ,i', .; x 1
-'\ aba' The fact was made known in a 0 to disfigure the landscape. 0 0 Turn about ought to be fair .1 given out a letter for publication in J. :, 9 '.' ; i ,

,,latter received by A. L. Turner, secre- 0 The ad in the local paper pox0 not not? 0 play.-Ocala Banner. 0 the newspapers of ,the south, on the __; .: E
why Do
.dry of the Florida Association of 0 sesses every 'advantage that <> you expect 0 0 approaching reunion .in thi; city, May j '

''iTax Assessors and County Con mis- 0 other form of advertising have 0 0000000.00000400 .0 '6, 7, 8, of the United Confederate .

jioners, from Chairman Wm. Neel, off 0 and many more that they can0 to vote in the comingprimary? Veterans' Association. He, assures >. ; i

the State Commission.The 0 not possibly possess. It is read 0 DANCE A SUCCESS. the Confederate veterans 'and their '" #

t. association assessors met in @ not'when people ,are whirling 0 Do you want to vote? If so it friends that they will b* givens : t. :

Jacksonville recently to adopt uniffcrm 0 through space in an auto or 0 Delightful Social Function Armory generous welcome in Jacksonville, and i' I

application of the new tax law speeding along in a railway 0 will be for to Friday;:Evening at other points in the state; which j
,r_wing the assessment of all real car but at one's leisure in one's they may visit during thir stay in '

laid personal property in Florida it its 0 own home. It is read by nearly @ The "Armory"; was the scene of a Florida. The governor's letter is as 4 1
between and
convention .' 0 register now beautiful function Friday evening follows: >' .
.: fan value-100;percent The everybody and its form can h
:, was called after the assessors had be as frequently changed as 0 when the military company ente. $in- The Govern/r's' Welcome. 't' : .., ill } ;.

;-jraceived orders, from the State Commission I. one may desire.-Monticello 0 Monday, March 2, when the ed the dancing set with a most delightful It is a cir "'4 truth to affirm that t

that the law must be promptly News. dance. the hearts of the people of Florida fare .. .' w b,

1 complied with. The assessors$ felt '0 0 registration books will be clos- The largest'crowd of the season overflowing with gratification and 1,,; .': ; t;t ,

that the commission lied been created 0000:A@Q@00ENTERTAINMENT was \'persent and ,the latest dances I pride over the fact that the revered '" j&t j I

.Wan advisory board, and not as an ed. 'Get and consisting of .the one-step and visitation heroes composing the United Confederate :,.: i ,

[,or mzation to give orders, to con- TONIGHT. busy 1- register.Do waltz, were enjoyed 'till the,, Veterans will hold their Annual_ v#i.' \ f-
'jtitutionally created officers. i wee small hours. Reunion this year in our State's me I, '

|f;The result of the convention there School and Civic' League, Play at not postpone it until tomorrow Delicious fruit punch was enjoyed[ tropolis. ,j J ,t' I w t.

"was, the formation of, a strong asso- School AUclit um. throughout the evening. The grand old heroes of, the Gray', ; ; i

.'dation..which decided upon the 50 per or you might forgetit Those enjoying the dances were, will meet a magnificent, whole-souled j '
i.cent basis. Tonight at the High'ool auditorium = Misses Emma Dorby, Myra Darby, reception in Jacksonville and at any ;, ., 1 }

:J' !Jhi.s' means that there will be noradical the School and Civic Club will Now is the time. Susie Darby Ottie Gray, Louise-Belle other Florida points they }flay visit.r. "! ':
; : altogether. : "
the -two-act "Mr. "
'jhanges in the plan of assess- present comedy, Brown, of Lawtey; Jennie-Lou Rivers, They will be amongst their wn. They ,h' "i,
ment. The raise, if any, will be only Bob." .An evening of the utmost en !iss Stewart and Belle Kelly, of Jacksonville will be in an atmosphere thoroughly .." ) '

ponnal, in keeping with the 'development joyment is promised ,all who'attend. Do it today. ; Mae Blossom Williams, Southern, splendidly hospitable; and ,'.1 r '' ',

of,the counties. I Music will' be furnished by an orches t Louise Lamar, of Quincy; Miss,Mor- highly appreciative of tilejhonor' '", ,. :

,\The following, letter is being sent' hA popular mats quartet will In the Starke district up to rish, of Tarpon Springs; Louise having been selected as tie Reunion ; ,I:, j' 4City
; render delightful selections, and"Untie
;:wit by Secretary Turner in I % I Bessent, Minnie Bessent Messrs; and State; : :
[ the minutes of the convention Ephram" (?) will deliver one_ Albian Bessent, H. Q. Sisk, Harry Florida is rich in romance and tradi- :, :L ; '
date only about fifty cent
:the individual members of-the associa- of.Ms original monologues. per 1 Rivers, Morgan Darby, William tion, and in the loyalty of her people -

ition: .Program. l I Strand Robt. Gray, Lawrence Bessent, to high ideals and patrioti\;?ndeavors. j '

i i' ..we thoroughly'discussed'the tax Music by.orchestra.. of the qualifed :electors have Marcus Brown, of Lawtey; Sinclair In proportion-topopufatitn. re-', \: ..l r", ;' : =

problem 'of Florida and -to secure a Acti.SceneBreakfast Peek and Prof. Jett; Mr. and Mrs. ,'sources', Florida'contribute* as generously : ,: -.:
pjust and:uniform'rate taxation on room at Miss Luke's I registered and reports from I B. W. Hodges, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. and as\cheerfully in men- and in' : i t '' k, '.

the various classes of property which Tresham HalL Weeks, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Henry i means to the support of tbe.Cenfeder- : f j

, .ire. as'tax,assessors, are called upon Character Cast. other indicate that I Graham, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wilson. 'ate cause as did any i the other;, ..- ; .f '

-f.ol: ,assess, exercising the discretionary Philip Rayson_____Mr. W. H. Philips precincts i Those invited to chaperone were great commonwealths which so nobly'' ; t

i/powers vested in us by the Constitu- Robt Brown, clerk for Benson & Benson ,Capt. and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones, Mrs. championed that\righteoui struggle.'' .; :
Florida. We agreed Solicitors__ Mr. S. Sternberg. the same apathy and lack of in-
ition and Laws of Bessent,' Mrs. Joe Alvarez and Mr. Florida gave many great names to i fii .

i'that the various, classes of personal Jenkins_________Miss and Mrs. James Mitchell.WRECK the mighty galaxy of the South's, i ;., : P'1
represented a true cash Jenkins, Miss Luke's brother______ the t : : '
property terest prevail throughout matchless heroes, and sh? ,jgave a"f* ?
loins of the amounts set forth Prof. L. A. Jett. -ON SEABOARD. hoot cf brave men of the'rCtlks who on ; < :' J !.

L;fa the resolutions adopted by the con- Miss Rebecca Luke, a maiden lady. county. Wake up and register Train 101, on the Wannee branch countless fields rendered vr-lorous account ,' 1 : ffi.;
tentian.; 'also applies to real propRty Mrs. U. G. Turner. iatriotisa. ". f
This I of the Seaboard, in charge of Conductor of their courage and :: JJ
; stated that 50 Katherine Rogers, her neice______ I '. ,
Our resolution The creditable which the people "i
part ;: '
JL and induce neighbor C. A. _Marks and Engineer :, ; ;
. t'yet tent of,the real estate value, and Mrs. Dorothy Morrish. your I McCullough arrived in Starke Sun of this State took in support of ,.ht- 'j! 1 f

''en this basis we mutually agreed to Marion Bryant, Katherine's friend day evening more than a day late. Southern defense is a snorts of pride 't->: ',, ,

.assess the various classes of property ,,Miss Helena Griffin. to do likewise. It is not necessary As a rule, this train, which is locally to the survivors of ths gri at conflict .', j., t)" i.
tax Patty, Miss Rebecca's maid, ______ ) '
fa our official capacity as county I{ called "Peggy," is not more than and of veneration to the younger geu- 14.. ;
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'assessors, to the end that'our views, Miss Louise Peek. to pay your poll taxes in orderto three or four hours late, but the extra eration. ''.'.'' '

:. /Judgment and concern on the subject Male Quartet Original Monologue, delay on Saturday's run was caused In every community from the Potomac .,. .''- '; ;'

. .;valuation would be that taxes would by "Uncle Eph."( 1)) register for the primary election. by 4 wreck near Buda about 11 o'clock. to the Gulf the. Confederate'veteran ; ,"
' expenses Act II. ... t ..
be uniformly shared in providing "Peggy" is a mixed passenger and is always an honored and a :;;: '
{; required for State and county Scene, same as in Act I. freight train and runs between Stark: welcome visitor and guest]. No greater ;
it will tend to a General admission, adults, 50 cents .... '
;,porposes. I believe and Wannee. The tender, two freightcars. ; tribute' could be paid to the enduring "" .
" treated:uniformity of the tax values children 35 ,cents. .- one baggage car and one coach I justice cf the principles for #
j jiDd burdens incident thereto. Doors open 7:30 o'clock. -- which considered ETAOIN NN ; : ::
left, the track, but no one was injured.It they < :
:, !t' Decision was made at this conven.tion Curtain 8:15 o'clock.ME.NORIAL. UP TO COMMISSION. MUSICAL CONCERT. is said that every time it rains theroadbed which they 'contended and for the::; I j

to tax the proPfrty of the various on* this line gets' soft and magnificent manner in which' they ::4. ,
/counties of the State upon the same I. C. C. Asked for Opinion'on Statusof Successful Entertainment Givenby spongy and the tracks sink under sustained their convictions through ; I
J memorial service in honor of the
' proportionate basis on the valuation Express Rates. Ladies' MusicaL | the four sternest years American, \
late.Miss Frances F.) Willard will be the weight of the train. If the rails
t each class of property worked out -- than the unanimous and
; < j sink uniformly the train history, enduring -
cash value of held at the Baptist church Sunday The concert given by the Ladies'Musical passes over
according to the true Tallahassee.-Asking for a definite verdict of commendation and ;
., the spot safely, but if one rail sinks -
evening, February 22, at 7 o'clock, at
.-? We realize that no resolution opinion from the interstate commerce last Friday evening was a than the other the appreciation which has for balf a century '
which time the following program will more, cars eithe/ up
, 'er association endeavor could in any be carried out: commission and outlining the present complete success. Thopgh the weather I set or'leave ,the track. accorded the glorious patriotism ', '
' Iilae, change the legal or constitution- status of.the express rate problem to was very inclement, the auditorium and chivalry of the Confederate' oldi -
Instrumental Duet Mrs. D. C. '
requirements, but we, believe that if Jones Miss Lois Peek. the people of the state, Chairman R. was crowded and a nice sum was 50 PER CENT BASIS.Mr. ers throughout the length asd breadthof
schedule,as worked,out by us Hudson Burr of the Florida railroad i realized. the Southland
I Hymn-"Lead Kindly Light,'' Choir R. J. Patterson, of Tallahassee they so heroically .
ormly followed throughout Florida'. and congregation. I commission issued the following let- The chorus was composed of the member of the State Tax Commission, defended. In Florida the veterans will . ; '
i t each class of property will bear following ladies: Mesdames J. E. find the'same cordial and unbounded
-- Scripture and Prayer Rev. B. T.. ter: was here Wednesday for a conference respect ;
fair burden of taxation. I trust On February 1 the new scale of ex- Futch, U. G. Turner, A. M. Darby, with Tax Assessor N. D. Wainright in hospitality which awaits.,, ,,

will promptly acknowledge reNips Rape. Miss' press rates promulgated by the interstate 'E. T. Campbell, D. E. Knight, E. 'A. regard to the assessment of taxes in them at all points in the Southland '
this letter and signify your. Duet-Mrs. U. Turner( I Sherrod, J.M. Alvarez, T. D. Gunter,
of commerce commission went into I Bradford county and he assured Mr. The formality of assuring !a welcome '
orv..ment.ou Susie Darby. It understoodthat J. F. Canova and the Misses Susie to the veterans who will attend I
was generally Wainright that an assessment upon ;
, |!. will note that Immediately fol Reading-: Heavenly Vision, the aplication of these new rates Darby, Ottie Gray, Emma Darby, Lois:i a 50 per cent basis would be acceptableto Jacksonville(Reunion is quite unnecessary .'#t
g this inerpretation of value by Miss Elsa Schneider. affect rates Peek, Louise Mattox, Mary Warren, I. the Tax but it' be t
.? would not commodity on I Commission this year. ; may permitted me to I II
Miss Willard
t convention, we, the assessors of Biography.. of by which fruit, vegetables and fish from Lcuise Peek, Mamie Marvick, Amelia Up to this time Mr. Wainright has say that I shall -consider it one of the
3 'des, resolved ourselves into aanent children. Ray and Louise Bessent. j I i been the I most and
Solo"Face to Face," MHS Louise this state largely move. faithfully obeying positive pleasing gratifying events
organization, officers were Immediately after the 1st of Feb Miss Cassie White gave the opening 'and direct orders from the commission occurring during my term of office as +

.' far the ensuing year and ant Bessant of Frances ruary it became apparent that some- number at the ,piano in her. usual to ,assess property 'at its full value,I! Governor that I shall be privileged to ; ,
Words Spoken
_J meeting arranged. This in no Fitly with charming and efficient manner. I l I but he will bid Veterans i
twelve ladies., .' thing was wrong express com now work upon the new of the Confederacy'from
'. _iy 'pertains to the first part,of our'of Willard"Why, We by Wear the White Ribbon," modity rates. It was found that in I Mrs. DeWitt C.Jones, was accom- basis. This new ararngement will''all sections welcome as the guests of -. &_,
Ias to our interpretations been panist for the evening and is a musician I necessitate his the the warm-hearted
x many instances they had materi I, on part extra people of this great ., '.
Mrs. D. E. Knight
,;.=: ,_ i, ,but it is my urgent request I Wish He Knew My ally advanced. .At once protests began of rare ability and charm. 'I work of reducing all the assessments State.
,; i.ieeretary of this' association, that Song-"How" choir. coming to the office of thls'rom-i f[ Mr. Cyril R. Tyler, who is director he has made up to date, in order thatno Park Trammel, _
1,'Immediately apply for member- Jesus, i of the Club, delighted the audience one will be done an injustice. Mr.
"Is it Nothing to You!" Mrs. J. W. mission, and, although the matter is Governor of Florida.
.a. interstate, and not subject to our ju with a beautifully rendered vocal selection Wainright is a conscientious; careful ,. t ',.

,- White.SoleMrs. U. G. Turner. risdiction, we undertook to assist the ;which called forth much applause official and may be expected to do MEETING POSTPONED ;: '

I NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. A White Ribbon Exercise, Misses shippers of the state and immediatelytook and an encore. ', what he considers his duty under the The annual meeting of the State ;. ,

, ,Communications, to this paper Annie Vivian Graham, Dorris Scott, it up by wire with the interstate!j' Mrs. Sherrod and Miss Louise Bes- law. Good Roads Association has been post- ',, ; a i
' Kid be addressed to the Bradford I sant also gave vocal selections, which The ,
... Ella May Long. commerce commission.We poned. meeting was arxnounced: ; ;1, t ; -
,nty Telegraph and all remittances "Why lI Am a White Ribh ne:-," desire an answer which is definite 1 were well received and much enjoyed. to take place February ;24-25 i at. 1:" '_ "
lle>ent in the same*way. Checks i Mrs. F. A. Scott. in order that we may inform the t Miss Lucile Freeman gave two'. The Ladies Aid Society of tie Rai- Gainesville, but at the request of Dr. ': o t

\ 4 be made payable to the Brad-i Solo-Miss Louise Matti){. shippers of these commodities. We readings during the evening, which ford Baptist Church, will give an, entertainment -I J. H. Alderman, president of the association -. "- :
;" This rule bespoke for her a professional call for the benefit of the and A. T. G. secretary "
b? 3J; County Telegraph. Recitation, Miss Anna Cano\"a. are being deluged with complaintsfrom ' be observed at all times into Offertory, Mrs. Jones, Miss Pe k. them. ,for there 'nothing of the amateur church, on Tuesday evening February I of the Gainesville board of trade,. -

avoid tangling'p the busiipthe Duet -, "Praying Tonight Mesdames I in her' graceful and expressive rendi 24, beginning at 7:30. The program i the board of governors of the assocja-' > ,_ f

Telegraph with the private Philips and Turner. Best local talent to be seen in "Mr. tion. is int resting.' Everyone is cordially tion agreed to the postponement the t' ;. < --

f .tf. sot' Mr.,E, S. Matthews, who is Hymn"\earer :My GoJ to Th'-e." Bob" tonight, Friday, February 20,) Mrs. Jones, who is president o! the invited to attend. Admission, adults: date of the meeting will be announc.,!., ."., \ -

his time exclusively now to Benediction. at the High School buildingGoodmusic Club: deserves much praise for her t! 25 cents children 15 cents: ed later.. ,; ,. r _

'.Taa, gementti;; of the Bank of will ,add to the splendid pro-I untiring efforts for the success of the I' : '
e.' Telegraph $1.50 a year. gram. i concert on _this occasion. Telegraph, $1.50 year. Telegraph, |1.50 a year ", r.
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1 1 J Yl r. r a ClfiilCi: stock over. I carry the most complete line of farming implements in the ,iA

? c unty. I have Avery & Sons Plows; also other makes, Harrows, Cultivators Stalk Cutters, Mowing Mai.

'-", ... chines, Rakes, Hay Presses Gasoline Engines, Etc. Single and Double Wagons. If you wish. to.paint your buildings I have two brands of the highest grade paint.iIm Ii!

Hardware, Ranges, Stoves DE WITT C. JONES Heatefs

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I [ : ,SAND CLAY ROADS. on clay, road is completed, it should condition, fertile well drained, and It is therefore obvious. that to make,
be carefully maintained until the sur- reasonably free from weed seeds the any intelligent comparison betweenthe WHENEVER YOU NEEDAIGENERALTONIC
Time to Work Them in Spring When first step in the production of the
-as I4 face becomes firm and smooth. The products of the two localities, all
Soil is Damp. crop will be to plow moderately deep,
construction of this type of road is
; these well known facts chould be ,
y then harrow, roll and drag until the
'Washington, D.C., Jan. 29.;There by no means a quick operation. If taken into consideration. Of course .a TAn GROVEl
soil is smooth and mellow to a depthof
c are at present about 35,000 miles of soft, sticky places appear more sand four five inches.Preparation there are chances to take on the orange ,
or .
.b should be added, and if loose, sandy crop. Some the yield is ,
sand clay roads' in the United States, places are found, more clay is needed.It of New Land. poor and sometimes years the prices are The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is Equally:: -

'h mainly in the Southern states, according is just as important to attend to As a general rule new land is not poorer but there are also many Valuable as a General Tonic because it Acts on the Liver, .

;5 to the Office of Public Roads, U. these small details as to) any other adapted to onion growing until it has chances to take on the wheat crop, or Drives Out Malaria Enriches the Blood and Builds up '

.4. S. Department of Agriculture. The part of the work; for, if they are been worked one or two years with a corn crop or a hay crop. In quitea the Whole For Grown People and Children '
'time in the other crops. Muck and sandy soils System. z
to work the roads is neglected, the road is liable to faiL large section of South Dakota the c
: If the may in some cases be brought to a ..
spring when the soil is damp. It approximately 1 cubic
requires past the drouthwas so prolonged -
year You know what taking when take Grove'i Tasteless chill ;
are you Tonic
until suitable condition for onions the first you ;
working of the roads is deferred "
yard of clay to surface one and one- that,the wheat
crop scarcely paidf that it contains the
p as the formula is printed on every label showing well bon : ,.
but the will have
late in summer when they are dry, half yards of road 12 feet in width, or i season, fitting to f the seed andlabor, without any tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It is as'Strong: as the strongest bitty:

they they. are not only much more about 1175 cubic yards to the mile. very thoroughly performed. profit to the land owner who rents tonic and is in Tasteless Form. It has no equal for Malaria, Chills and Fern:, <
difficult to put in proper shape but cubic If necessary to manure the land and loss of Gives life and vigor to jl
From three-fourths to one yard p'i; his laic on shares. This is not Weakness, general debility appetite. Nursing ,...
the cost of repair is greater than if will make a load for two horses on a i I heavily before planting to onions it written tccijp arrage in anyw ay the Mothers and Pale. Sickly Children. Removes Biliousness without purging. ft'
r they were worked early in the spring. dry clay road. The cost of the road will be desirable to plant to some magnificient farming section of the Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses the liver to action and ;\
Previous to 1894 comparatively lit- will therefore depend largely farm crop one season, then apply the purifies the blood. A True Tonic and Sore Appetizer. A Complete Strengthens*. :1
upon Northwest which have for
great '
Mo should be without it. Guaranteed by Druggist. We it.
family your mean SOc
manure during the autumn in orderto
tle, if any, of these roads existed. the distance the materials is hauled years furnished the world with well i>
Efli$ The popularity of this type of road the average being from $500 to $1,000 give it time to become incorporated filled bread baskets and will continue ",

is due to the facts that it is cheap, per mile. A road built under the direction with the soil.Crop I. to do so to the profit of those who .. .
i1 comparatively firm and durable, easy of the Office of Public Roadsat Rotation. cultivate. The statement is made sim-
to construct and repair, and that the Florida mile Onions should not be planted on the
: Gainesville, one long, ply to insist that in making comparisons Ijl
materials out of which it is built are 14 feet wide and having 9 inches of same piece of land year after year, ,'all the facts should be taken in- 0 :tJ
country. surface $881 mile and some system of crop rotation ,
sand-clay cost per to consideration. If a man wishes to
r The road is made mix- should be maintained. Care should be
sand-clay by Another.
or ten cents per square yard. raise wheat and western cattle, and
ing and sand and clay in such a way sand-clay road built by the Office at taken, however, to use crops in the enjoys the cold climate, he should not
l that the of sand touch each rotation that will not be exhaustive of
Tallahassee, Florida, 16 feet wide, 7 come to Florida. But, as often happens -
1M other, the spaces between the grains 'inches thick, cost $470 per mile, or the high fertility necessary in the he for any reason desires to

being filled with clay which acts asa about five cents per square yard. onion land. During the years when live in a warmer climate and wishesto .
the land is not devoted to onions it
binder. :
look over the opportunities in fire-proof Safe i in home is
The approximate mixture of sand PASTURE GRASSES. can be planted to some truck crop Florida for making a living at farm your not j
: and clay may be determined by fillinga I The best pasture grasses: for Floridaare that will give a return that will justify
ing or fruit culture, he should bear
vessel with a sample of the sand Bermuda, Para, the various species the, application of large quantities of 'all these details in mind. To simply necessarily .burglar-proof a safe ;

; to be used, and another vessel of the of Paspalum and Guinea grass. I fertilizers or, better, to a leguminouscrop .
with shut and
| iivm '. same size with water. The water is Bermuda is a grass that is adaptedto to b? turned under as, green generalize closed, is not to one know eye the facts or one ar that is both fire and burglar-proof is avery

poured carefully into the sand until nearly all parts of the state and to manure. rive at correct conclusions. Without
'1 it reaches the point of .overflowing. all kinds of soils. However, like other Fertilizers. questions, the same brains, industry expensive and cumbersome thing J
The volume of water removed from crops, it makes a better growth, and It would be difficult indeed to make
in Florida
and capital worked out .
I. the second vessel represents approxi therefore furnishes more pasturage, the soil too rich for onions providedthe :
I will bring as much net cash re It is also an invitation to thieves that have valuables
you -'f
mately the proportion of clay needed. when* planted on good soils. manures are thoroughly incor turns as it will in any other locality .
The of sand and I abundanceof with the soil A in house that worth for.
\ proper proportion Para grass furnishes an porated heavy appli The best of grain at the highest your are trying
i clay can best be determined however, good pasturage over a large portionof cation of fresh raw manure just be. Put that which
does without the
i?*** price not come most you can't replace in one of our Safe
r.' ; as the work progresses, as some clay South Florida., It is a grass better fore planting would have an injurious careful and intelligent labor. The '
will contain more sand than others. adapted to the southern portion of the effect, but where the manure is well finest of New York apples are not Deposit Boxes. Our steel vaults will protect you from !

In fact, clays' are very frequently Sate than to the northern and western rotted and uniformly applied there is : produced in any easy haphazard man fire and Yale Locks not only keep out burglars but give
found which contain about it is nothing to be feared.
,already parts because injured more or '
ner. The high grade of long staple vou absolute privacy.Bank .
t- the right of sand. Loams.
proportion less by hard frosts. Sandy cotton will not grow promiscuouslyon '
=i- If the road to be treated is sandy, Para grass will grow'on almost any Sandy soils especially where under thin soil poorly cultivated. Neither

the' surface is first leveled off and kind of soil But to produce, the mar lain by a well drained clay subsoil, will profitable fruit and vegetables

crowned with a road machine, the imum yield and to give the best results are often well adapted. to onions. Soils crops grow on Florida sand unless of Starkeby

crown being about one-half inch to for pasture it should be plantedon of this characted generally require they are given careful attention. But ,

the foot,from the center to the sides. moist land. This does not mean heavy applications of fertilizers be that under right cultivation there is

The clay is then dumped on the surface -I land completely covered with water, fore they will produce a paying crop, as much cash return in Florida farming

I and carefully spread, so that it but land on which crops do not suffer but the quality of the product is ex as there is with the same effort

will be from 6 to 8, inches in depth I II from drought. Para grass makes a cellent. Onions grown on sandy loamsare expended elsewhere, is very Basil '- H+ AIf !-'. ;4444'I

,f I at the center, and gradually decreas-I much ranker growth than does Ber:. generally solid, heavy, and of ex demonstrated to any thinking person .

,ing in depth towards the muda. On good land it will grow to cellent keeping quality. Where sandy -Orlando Star. t '
p layer of clean sand is then usually I a height of four or five feet. Whenit soils are lacking in humus this may 'Lf'.t I 1

added, which is thoroughly mixed with makes such a big growth the stemsas often be supplied by\means of cropsof .', iv M 1

the clay, either by traffic or'by means a rule are hard and woody hence!: crimson or other clover grown upon Notice To The Trading r x

#, of plows and) disk or tooth harrows. it is not of much value for pastureas the land and plowed under when it l : i l I ,1A.- :

The best results have been obtained I when it is kept grazed close to the' has attained its greatest growth. The Public.On -
F by thoroughly mixing or puddling the I ground. use of leguminous crops should"be !

( .. ., materials when wet. For this'reason, Bermuda and Para grass are propagated supplemented by occasional applies account of other busi r 1 i;!
it is desirable that the mixing be from stem and root cuttings. tions of 1,000 to 1,200 pounds of lime ness I have decided to go out I '

done in wet weather. The mixing Bermuda may also be propagated by to the acre. of the merchantile businessand
l can be left to the traffic after
the sowing seed. Climatic Requirement
to close I offer-
materials ,have been properly placed Here in Florida we find a large number For best results a temperate climate am

but this involves whole winter and of species of Paspalum. A nome without great extremes of heat and ring some bargains. I quote "c.

spring of bad road and even then th ber of these furnish excellent pastor cold should be selected. Onion cultureis a few prices as follows: 0 l

mixing is not always &satisfactory. In age wherever a good sod can be es rarely profitable in regions where White Smoked Meat Meat, per lb lb___________12Je j., .,,.
all it is per --------- 13VJe
cases advisable
d' '., to dress the tablished. They are propagated by the climate does not change or has Sirloin Steak --------_.-______I5c ;,. .
S road with a:road machine or split-log sowing seed. no definite seasons of heat and coldor Round Steak --------------_____I5e
f' drag after the materials have been Guinea grass is easily injured by wet and dry. Naturally the onion Pork per lb., from -----12fte to 15c t. 1
thoroughly mixed, and to give it does best under rather I have bought out the meat marketof j
a cold, hence is only suitable for the cool conditions, C. F. Massey and will appreciateyour
: crown of not more than 1 inch or not southern part of the State. On good with plenty of moisture during its trade. bringing his prescriptions to

less than 3-4 inch, to the foot from soil it makes a'rank growth and fur early stages but requires a reasonable I Shorts --------------_._______$1.80 a f
Ith center to the sides. A light coat nishes an abundance of feed. This degree of heat, together with Horse and mule feed ____._____ 1.75 drug store where the is f
ing of Best Jap Rice per sack ____ 4.00 greatest care exercised :
sand then be -
may added. Theuse'of
grass may be propagated by divisionof dryness of both soil and atmosphere, Matches per pkg ----____________4c I
the road machine or drag the roots or from seed. for its proper ripening.-Florida Me 2-pound cans tomatoes _.._______8e in compounding them no matter
,, s should be 'continued at frequent intervals Para grass, or some species of Pas- tropolis. Lard, per lb. _-----__________11 yt how 1 skillful :.I t
' until the surface is smooth andfirm. and Guinea Green Coffee, per ib._______-__15e your physican, unless his instructions i
: palum grass may also be Charmer coffee, per can ________23c j
used as hay crops. Bermuda grassrarely FARMING IN FLORIDA PAYSIt Ne. 2 Tub ,-----------_._______55c: regarding prescriptions are carried out to the letter, _
'If the road to be tracted is composed makes growth enough to war is a noticeable fact that many of Nellie King Flour, per barrel5.30 his training and experience will avail nothing :

of clay, it should first be broughtto rant cutting it for hay.-Florida the farmers of the Northwest who No. 3 Tub, -----------__________65 We you j'
a rough grade with a road machine. Metropolis. come to Florida on a prospecting tour Three Thistles snuff, 6 cans for..25c use only the purest drugs, the latest methods =:

The surface should then be plowed Sardines, per can ----___________4e and the greatest .
begin at once to compare the soil of Lima Beans care.Mitchell's f
and per quart ___'_______15c
thoroughly pulverized by harrow ONION CULTURE.The Florida with that of their own locality Galvanized buckets --___________20e .-i
ing to a depth of about four inches onion holds third place among I entirely from the standpoint of "Battle Axe" Shoe, best on the market -

L i after which it is given a crown or the truck crops grown in the United its profitable yield of wheat. They l leather, every pair guaranteed solid Drug Store? I

slope of about one-half inch to the States. In 1908 about 14,000,000 bush look at the Florida sand and thenthink Shoes at 60 cents to $3.00 per pair

foot from the center to the sides. els, valued at $10,000,000 were produced of the black loam of their Gun Shells, per box --__________:.40c
It is then covered with 6 to 8 inchesof practically all of which wereconsumed Northern farms and shake their Good buggy whips at absolutely first STARKE FLORIDAStrong ;
clean, sharp sand which is spread in this country. In addi heads in doubtful cost. f
t'thicker manner as to the Hats, 50 cents to ____-_____ j1
in --- .
the --
center than at the tion we annually import about 1,400- prospects of gaining a living from Good N, 8 stoves ______________ 8.75 .... ,... "' ''u, ... '
lides. The materials should then be 000 bushels from Spain Egypt, Bermuda that kind of soil. They fail to realize Good No. 7 stoves ____________ 5.75 ;,:t
mixed with plaws and harrows while and the South Sea Islands. The that Florida puts forth no claimsas ;
mixed with plows and harrows while onion is of the When you want bargainscome on Detail. :"t.o:
one more commoncrops a competitor of Minnesota, Iowa A\: .. sm.j. ,
they are comparatively dry afterwhich of;our home vegetable gardens, and the Dakota as a wheat producing to see me. "You know Wigley-great fellow for At a J:;tlI'rIH:: -,l welt InJ era

they are finally puddled with a and it is well adapted to growing State. But they also fail to realize detail" each out iu tern va- i-allwl npoal-

r harrow during wet weather. If clay commercially on a small scale, very that an acre of Florida sandy soil, J. C. CARTER, Starke, Fla. "He Is that. Wtgley's the sort of cUt top attribute I I.-* or she .-oir d ted,

works to the surface and the road becomes little capital being required fore a plus the balmy climate of Florida, chap.that would go and get married of greatest worth +n the tormatiod

sticky, more"sand should b beginning. The market for onions includes plus the proper fertilizer will often The Family Doctor. and, be able afterward to tell you character, each tribute! to be1f,

: added. practically the entire world, produce as much net cash as 25 or "I'm the family dm-tor" whether it was Mendelssohn. 'Lohen towel: by the uaipp of some one
The road is then shaped, crowned, and the demand for a good article even 50 acres of wheat land. Twen "Hut I'.thought, you were a vt'tt'rlnnljIIU1t'lID grin' or Tannhauser they played during best emb died It. For instance' : a B'* J

and ditched in the usual manner witha continues throughout the entire the cerenwny/-St. Louis Republic. gave sterling integrity and as. ;.
e yea r ty-five of wheat to the acre is "So 1 am But then yon sea their ,
c road machine. This should be done There is ample Abraham Lincoln; a w ,
I nothing technical difficult
or a big average yield. This amountot family ruiisM* of n French terrier a :
:b when the surface is soft, yet stiff about growing onions, but close grain sells at from 65 to 75 cents St. Bernard and a Chinese pojdle.Detroil ."- Told Him the Tune.A tact with Mme. ue Maintenon U'lustratlo8 '

f enough to pack'well under the roller attention and frequent cultivation are per bushels after it is hauled to local Free Tress. lieutenant In the United States : anothir: woman. Jo 4
r or the traffic. Wide but .. adding Ue of George tashlrr:;
shallowditches name
k7 essential. Once the weeds get a start market. In other words, it is good army was crossing from England in ;
should be provided on ..bothsides the cost of production will be greatly land, a good crop and stiff prices that Virginia Dare. one of the large steamers when one ton. At List It cam the turn of a]a:'
of the The first: white child born plain sp-Aen woman who to': ,
road and culverts on the : afternoon' the band deck
increased on
the played '
or or be lost .
., crop may brings back $17.50 to $20 per acre.gross. American continent clear tones cried "Honesty "4
was Virginia
crossdrains should be placed .wherever altogether. "Yankee Doodle. A gruff Englishman.
Three or four good Dare. She know of no either livln:
water flows orange was born on Roanoke Island who stood'hy.. Inquired whether thai example '
across the road, for Preparation of the Soil trees will often yield this amount of tn 15S?. She was the grandchild was the tune the old died dead. ?:i-!S
cow. of.
it is '
exceedingly important that the, Assuming that the land intendedfor of Governor i
value and John White. "
money pllnty of grapefruit "Not at all, retorted the lieutenant. ,.
"sand Explaining Temperament
on clay" roads be well drained. ,
a planting to onions is capable of trees bring that amount froma "That Is the tune the old Bull died A girl is not necessarily cut ori.
After the clay on sand, or the sand being brought to a good njechanical single tree. Courage !lg a quality all will need otlIlrpet"s"eek1y.. a prima donna fist because shy> -

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":, ...._.... ... The statue of Dr. John Gorrie, the An eleven-foot three-inch shark was

;. ,: $
inventor of the process for manufac- landed on the Atlantic Coast Line pier "BIfr CHEFy -
: +
LIVE STATE NEWS turing artificial ice, was unveiledin shortly after 4 o'clock yesterday after- THEM ALLsSTRAICn. '

I ...".. statuary hall, Washington, on Feb- noon by Allen Clay with, the assist- ,

I ruary 4. This is one of the two stat- ance of John W. Crevling.of Blooms- Y

Things That Are Happening In Florida as Told by burg, N. J., B. C. White and Henry e
ues .(two from. each state) of distin-
Mark. This is one of the biggest .
!1c Our Exchanges. guished citizens of Florida that will ,
sharks that has been caught at the

sai' ,... : K y O NQt .. be placed in statuary hall; the other pier here for several years. The big I

i. : being that of Gen. E. Kirby Smith. fish gave the'men a good heavy fight 6
tt.: The Fernandina News-Record wants Strawberry shipments are now.go- IAN. lh
The appointment of the full commis- and once he was brought to the edgeof s
: rthe'rite to have a chautauqua and ing forward to the northern markets the wharf the had hard '
men a
sion for erection of the Smith statue''
}t, IF urges the people to get busy about : in large quantities, over 30,000 quarts the time lifting him onto the pier. A 100 PfcOOF !! ) f: .
for last
1 provided by legislature,
,' .the matter. .A chautauqua is a help having been shipped the past week photographer was summoned at once KENTUCKY WHISKEY

if town and is something that from Lakeland, Galloway, Griffin and has only recently been completed and the pictures of the entire party
to any
*1 Kathleen, these points all being with i| owing to some of those first appointed and the catch taken. All four of the a r 1"Made
be secured at small cost.
can in a radius of eight miles and known declining to serve) and the commis- fishermen have ordered a large numberof in Old ------ '

A' '" Now that Congress has made an appropriation far and wide as,the strawberry belt.I I photos on postcards with the intention Kentucky" CltA3.51.U'" <;00 liU
l : I sion, of,which the editor! of the Couri .-....;,;...
of $50,000 for Prices are good and the quality of the of sending them back hometo
; : culture station in a Florida goyern- fruit is excellent. At the first of the er-Informant is a member, held its their friends. St. Petersburg gets The Home S eetHome of Good Whiskey: .J
\ ,
i'Et 'ment '
"t';. I season as high as $1 per quart was first meeting in Jacksonville on Friday much Valuable boosting and advertis-

ii :' the St. Petersburg Independent saysnt" I received on the northern markets' but last. The work of the commission ing from such incidents. Hundredsof The pride of the! oldest distillery in the Blue Grass i ,

:the effort to have this station located since such large shipments have been I I is now fairly under way and will winter residents, who are devoted State whose reputation for quality is known the world over. '11 ,. I

1: .:,in Pinellas county will be renewed.Florida's going forward, the price has lowered,be pushed to completion as rapidlyas fishermen, have their, catches photo- Bottled in our own warehouse under strict supervision !t I

} ** \ to between 45 and 50 cents per quart. consistent with first class work and graphed and thousands of such pictures enables us to tell the world that Indian Bill is whiskeyworth' -n :
} ?>; :. area. is 35,000OOQ acres -Lakeland Telegram. are sent back to make friends
the very best artistic results.liar- while.You ,!; .
t tJ $ "/.and; of this only four per cent is in wish they were here, too.-St Peters- \1 ,
6 -k" TV. ,As will be seen by an advertise- tow CourierInformant.Julius will say so too, if you try it. Our guarantee
.cultivation or about five per cent of burg Independent. '
... ment in today's paper, a new enter- Breckwoldt and his son-in- protects you. Quick delivery our hobby. '

,J :;. ; all< cultivable land. This leaves over prise has been launched in htis county. law, Judge George W. Ward, together Seawall to the length of 375 feet was EXPRESS PREPAID

\,; ..' "twenty acres uncultivated land, for Messrs. A. J. Leavengood, of the Ocala washed away by the tide at Gulfportlast
.' with chauffeur, made a record tripto
.1 'I>. every". acre in cultivation. Florida is Marble Works, and A. Reeves, of Miami in a Packard car this week night during the little storm that 4 Full Quarts, $3.00 6 Full Quarts, $4.50

j .;.* not crowded yet Birmingham, Ala., have gone into the that has probably never been beaten, swept in from the gulf. The forms, 12 Full Quarts, $9.00 1 Gal. Glass Jug, $3.OO t : .
business of which had been and .
manufacturing cement placed, every- '
i if Leaving Daytona at 6a.m.
.:' f} J. M. Whister of Marion, Ind., was sand brick from the shores of Lake thing made ready for the pouring of
Monday, Palm Beach was madeat : t
:; .. ;among. the Hoosiers yesterday who Weir is said to be the best that has the last run were washed ashore. The .J
8:30 pjn. The start from there Chas. Blum ,Company
''f were lucky fishermen, catching thirty ever been found for making cement was made at 4 ajn., and Miami was damage amounts to approximately I r

":weighing, from three-fourths of a blocks; in fact, it is shipped allover $1,000, the wall being wrecked. The when
reached at 8:30 a.m.. Here nine hours Established your Grandfather was a Boy .f i! i!
; .. pound to .three pounds each. E. 0. the state by contractors in this classof wall had been erected near where the
I were spent in sightseeing at Miami Warthoute'No. 22
" Sherrill of Bedford, Ind.,.came to the work. The ne wconcern will manu I I rollers break and left standing with- j J t
and Golden Key, and the return start '
. city with a long string of shiners last facture all kinds of cement-sand building was made at 5 p.m., Palm Beach being out any"supports or stays. With the JACKSONVILLE :: FLORIDAFavoriteFertilizers :

t evening. Mr. Whistler has been coming blocks as well as marble for in- wind whipping in the water from the
reached at exactly 8:30 pan. On -i
" to: St Petersburg and has apart- terior work, such as mantles, flooring, gulf till the tide nearly ran over the 1
the stretchwas ,
( Wednesday at 5 a.m., same : tl ;
; :ments in the Mitchell block. Mr. Sher I etc., and expect to be in full operationby started at Palm Beach and the top of the wall, the pressure becametoo \

-, rill lpen ',mast, of his time fishing! the. first of next month.-Ocala heavy and everything went beforeit. I :
party pushed through to Daytona, ar-
: '$; and alw Ys' succeeds'in making good I i Star. The loss last night means nearly'
f I riving at 6:30 pjn., losing time on
-catches.St Petersburg Times. the whole breakwater will have '
, ., to be
.. I In an unfortunate cutting affray at a bad stretch between Eau Gallic and built again. Promoters of the t :

: %;>:," I. E.' DuBose has returned from his Sydney yesterday B. B. Crowe was Cocoa, where they helped pull out of clamation work; had hoped to have re- t

't hunting and fishing trip to Lee county.He injured and his son, Alfred' Crowe,! the loose sand a car that was stalled. .
everything completed far the .
r{ went by.the way of Labelle, crossing quite seriously stabbed by Lucien For durability and speed this run will, concrete construction was concernedby as \ ,

:' the river at ,that point and quite Wade. Mr. Crowe senior, and Wadeare no doubt, sand for a long time as an the middle of I '
next week. ((The en- j .
K a ways'south in Lee county. He ref said to have had some trouble'undisputed record. The average time \. r
gineers had such .
never expected a tide i ,
jolly good time and that the fence Wade is to maintained was 19.05 miles per hour. '
ports a over a an4} alleged
and did .U
not for
prepare it. The dredgewas : !
.: $' party secured a lot of game, including have attacked Crowe very suddenlyand Daytona News. expected to commence pumping ARE BEST j ,. t 1 .

: one deer and several turkeys and fish.I in the scuffle Crowe injured : '
was As the result of a misdirected blow within a few days, too, so say it wouldbe I ', .
; ti's !fr. DuBose came home by'rail and refrigerator box. FOR f. .
against a strawberry
of a pick said to have been in the unnecessary to brace the walL-St }. :. .. I 0
i 7 water, bringing a quarter of venison Young Crowe resenting the attack on '
: hands of one of the laborers connected Petersburg Independent. : .
i '. on his.shoulder The rest of the party his father took the matter up and ALL CROPSWrite' -' tiLl!
with the city, some 400 telephones, .
z if' will return by wagon through the proceeded to take a knife away from The scarcety of cattle throughoutthe : J"I
including both those of the city hall, -
j country-Bowling Green (l nes.j his father's assailant and punish him the police station and other places in Corn Belt of the North has serv- Catalosae ,1t,.I

for the attack. In the latter conflict ed fb turn the attention of the Northern ,
The Commercial Club of Sanford the immediate vicinity, were put out
i t: Alfred. Crowe was stabbed. All the feeders to the South for suppliesof
: bas subscribed for 500 copies of the of commission and only the work of I j, LJ
parties are well known in this part stock cattle to finish for market. .
1: Sanford Herald to be sent away from two extra gangs of employes of the
f of the county and the trouble is great- C. M. Roberson, of Monroe county, '
, .. the state to advertise the Celery City. Southern Bell Telephone Company
\ ly regretted,-Plant City Courier. Mo., has just finished marketing FERTILIZER'CO. :
t,', :For several years the County Commissioners during all of yesterday made possible bunch of Florida steers at the St.l I r f-H
: f Osceola, county paid for 500 "The annual fair is unique among their again being placed; in commission Louis National Stock Yards that "

'f 'to 1,000 yearly subscriptions' to the all fairs," says the Miami Herald discussing at a late hour last night. This was bought last fall when they weighed JACKSONVILLE, FLA. t. j

i t .Kissimmee Valley Gazette and to that the Dade county fair soon to the explanation given by an officialof 400
pounds. .He
fed them 100
of due the Southern Bell Telephone Com- days I I WE SELL SEED POTATOES ..
. -r rmethod advertising was largely be held in the Magic City. "It is con- till they weighed 625 pounds, and sold

.. the growth of,Kissimmee from 1,500 ducted for the sole purpose of assist- pany when asked regarding the them the market
on at $7.00
:;,. to ,OOO population and the settling ing the growers of this county and trouble, but he added that the'entire says these Florida catlle made per cwtHe him I .. .
of the county with thrifty farmers. of advertising this section of the damage would be repaired and all of money. Eugene McAter of Glenarm --
'- The Florida publications are the best for the phones be'placed back in service
State. It is not a corporation profit I
I Sangamon IlL
county, located in the :
mediums for the 'state I immediately. It was expected that f
X advertising Those in charge perform their very heart of the Corn Belt, was unable I ff ;
; after all this would be accomplished before the
duties without and without the
to buy Northern stock cattle)
"; hope of further reward than the con- office hours of the city hall closed recently several so When You Want.h '
Putnam Florida has purchased carloadsof
county, a
but in
afternoon of
sciousness of duty well done. No ad- yesterday spite ,
which is the 440 pound Alabama stock cattle at .
:jXj camphor plantation, :
every effort on the part of the largest !
mission fee is charged to see the exhibits .
_ !ff only one in_the United States. It is and the whole institution is gang of workmen available, this was St Louis. He fed them 100 days on A'i '

|g. owned by the Satsuma Company and conducted found to be impossible.TimesUnion.Mr. cottonseed cake on his Illinois farm Horse A Mule .
at present the plantation covers 1,600 kept up and by voluntary and they gained 250 pounds to the ,, ;

subscriptions." c The fair this year who is in the head in that time. : i
Geng farming The
'f;\ acres, :while several more are to be recently ,
planted' soon. The larger trees are will be, Ute'greatest ever and 'Miami 'Glades near Zona is meeting with marketed them at $6.50.. Mr. McAter

'already'matured sufficiently to be will as usual give all comers a hearty splendid success. From three acres says the Southern stock cattle do exceptionally A Buggy A Wagon | ; P

welcome and show, what be done
available'-for camphor. The Companyhas of peppers and eggplants he has already well when finished out in ,
in south Florida Times-Union Short received thousand the Corn Belt and is .l
its own distilling plant on the nearly one so pleased at I f.H .

;. farm and recently made is first shipment Talks. / dollars, and says that he will get financial returns on his venture that '

of crude camphor gum, which The county board yesterday took more than two thousand dollars from he has purchased another lot which he A Set of Harness! .

'.. -U to be used in manufacture of celluloid action to engage an expert for farm the three acres. Mr. Geng is perfectly is now finishligf for market. Condi-

s. and powder. Later it is planned demonstration work in Orange county, happy with the outlook. The rain tions have changed so since the Corn

: t to use the camphor in the manufac- appropriateing $600 for the employment has been more than needed this week Belt has run out of its surplus cattle, Come to See tJs. ty

'. -'tare of medicine of various.kinds. of such an expert conditionalupon and may do some damage. The first that the North could now readily absorb :

"'I'(11'/) 'the payment of a similar amountby year on the glades he did not make 500,000 Southern stockers per

4 It may surprise some, of the citizens the government The action of anything but says he has learned how, annum at good prices.-Live Oak We buy in car lots and give our customers i

.cd Stuart to know that the new railroad and that he doubts the Democrat.
no longer
be; the board was due to the persistentwork the benefit of,the lowest prices,
,, the Tampa, Atlantic'and Gulf Edwards of future of the glades. Mr. Geng has
of Mr. W. M. ,
J',.,>. 1 Hallway, has seventeen miles of roadbed not been in this country long; but Tampa-Enough dynamite or some i '
of the
Plymouth member
I other explosive, was let off in small
; ready for the rails,running west as he was'a practical farmer in Germany

". of Bradentown in the direction 'of school board consider, who. had the matter been urging favor- his native country, he beganhis two-story frame .structure at Oak ANDREWS SON j
the board to street and Armina in West J. 'W. &
.'. Arcadia. The city of Bradentown has farming in the glades with a per avenue,
time. The
donated terminals worth $20,000 to ably for some governmentin fect knowledge of his business. Mr. Tampa, just after midnight yesterday .
the extension of scientific agricul-
I morning to have wrecked
the new line while a big' land company Geng like Mr. McAllister is most a ten-story -
tural'operations has a provision for structure. It demolished the little i
has promised to donate 640 acres
over the outlook for
assisting counties on the basis indi- building, which was used P. Alv-
of land for every mile of road the new glade farming. Let,us cease to hearth by Starke FloridaWwuuiJwUi:
cated. Mr. C. H. Baker chosenby
lica, a grocer, who, however resides ,
J company builds. If the new line is knockers and we will soon be .
the board for the position in some blocks The force of the
only built to Arcadia, it will give inspired by the successful men to away.'
Orange county, and the clerk was
explosion'was so great that windowsin
with the ,Atlantic
Bradentown connection pluck the ripe fruit of success.-Ft
notified to communicate his appoint- n
structures nearly half mile dis-
Coast Line road and Arcadia Lauderdale SentineLA a
ment to Mr. Baker.-Orlando Sentinel. tant were shattered. Across the streeta
l .i connection with deep 'water on the T5'J
Pensacola dispatch says: Dismasted row of small cottages ,had their
Times. Judge Rhydon M. Call, United J
her decks littered with fronts damaged of them ,
I one being
States district court, Southern districtof wreck-I ..
.I A disastrous fire at Ft. Myers last Florida, is now in Baltimore, where I age, the fishing schooner torn by a beam hurled from the build-

Friday evening, which destroyed the I he went to be under the care of spe- rived at noon from the Gulf and re- I ing in which the explosion took place.

}1 Exchange packing house and a number cialists at Johns Hopkins hospital and ported a yery peculiar accident whileat Memorial windows in the Methodist .',

11 .11 of small boats, will reach a total : to undergo an examination to definite sea, but one in which no one was mission block away, were shattered. STOCK

: ,loss of $150,000. ly determine the cause of his illness hurt. While on the snapper banks a The Baptist mission was similarly ,

:{j The loss on the packing house alone and if necessary to receive treatment. jibstay gave way and this brought wrecked. It is a miracle that no per- / 0 PLANERS RESAWS STEAM FEEDS ,

is in the neighborhoodof $100,000, down the mainmast with a crash, sons were hurt Four arrests followed I HATCHERS SELF FEED RIP ,
known how
It is not definitely long TOWER EDGERS TRIMMERSPERKIXS
with worth of insurance.The which in turn caused the other Marshal A. C. of
s only $35,000 spar Logan, West *
I' Judge Call will be absent from the I SHINGLE MACHINERY j
: loss on the building and plant is city but it is hoped that the trip will to give way and it fell on the deck Tampa, working on the theory that EXCISES, up to 40 h. SAWMILLS "

\ placed at $75,000, and the stock of be of the greatest benefit to him and with a crash. The two masts and the the building was demolished to get BOILERS up to 40 ). 'Light'tad Heavr c e

f'J\ paper, together with the 1,200 boxes sails almost completely covered the insurance. Availica and his family SAWDUST CONVEYORS SLAB CAXTEYORS ;
will enable him to resume at an early
tJi of fruit in the building at the time, it date his work and duties as federal decks, but none of about a dozen men occupied the rooms above the store GASOLINE EXCISES STEAM FEEDS '

ia estimated will easily bring the total court judge for this district. Before aboard received the slightest injury. until just recently. His people said .LATH MILLS DISSTOX SAWS STAVE MILLS '

,: loss to the $100,000 mark. The steamer Jury rig was hoisted and by slow degrees that Avalica was out of town and that ; ;
his departure ,for Baltimore, Judge SAW BITS for all make of uwsSHAFTIXG ; '
Thomas A." Edison was valued at Call left instructions for the regular the vessel finally reached here, they moved a few'weeks'ago to "get PULLEYS BOXES .

kj = $15,000, 'with $3,000 insurance. The term of court at. Tampa, which was her home port. Sighted down the bay, more. .air." In. the back room. of the BELTING 4 grade*-.edlut to test 1\

loss on the "Lofton Machine Shops is I to have convened yesterday, to be a large crowd had visions of an awful house Logan found a great quantity LOG CHAINS CANT BOOKS TONGS' J i z

gjr Placed at $3,000, with $1,000 insurance opened by Deputy United States Clerk battle with wind and waves, but upon of'goods from the store and Avalica EVERYTHING FOR THE ;
&$ Nearly a dozen small yachtsand W. Roger Watkins and adjourned until the crew reaching the dock the story is 'laiown have carried a very Write SAWMILL torPrice. 1' "T'.

at they told alleviating an anxiousone big stock. (The arrested Cuillo
pleasure boats on the ways further notice.-Times Union. was many marshal .

time were consumed, the loss on these who waited the arrival of the Galan, and Vaglira Guiseppe early in 4 t1 ,.

'. amounting to nearly $15,000. The Cm M sera, Ottar RtMdbs ....t On. vesseL No weather of more than the day and later Voglica Giovanias JACKS

Edison had on board nearly a thousand Tot vent canes,no mattes of how toac Naadla'' usual nature has been encountered and his wife were arrested. They all

:a boxes of fruit, and this is also} 'a' aN cued by the wonderful old reliable Dr. I and the accident is all the more peculiar lived in the house with the Avalicasand i
Porter AatiMptie Bealiac Oil It rene+er .
"' total loss.-Manatee River Journal j gala 4BMla at toe MUM time J5c..1IM from that fact alone. -. are related. w : ( ,
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The colonel has added the degreeof SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENTA PLEASING CONCERT. SEABOARD TIME TABLE. :+++ J 11 + ttllll II
tll IBi
Bradford County Telegraph
B. S. to his long list but the letters most enjoyable entertaiamont On and after Sunday, January 4, + CHURCHES I

::stand for "Botanical Scout" and not marked the closing of a successful Musical Entertainment at Auditorium 1914, trains will run as follows: : ,

Local and Long Distance Phone "Bachelor of Science.-Tampa Times. fiva-months term of school at Swift Friday Night. No. 3, Jacksonville to Tampa due 1111111 i II ft II ".-+'ill s

Number 40 The letters also stand for other things Creek school house Friday evening .' Baptist. II
at Starke 11:02 a.m. :
more aplicable to the individual in February 13. Under the efficient management Rev. C. M.' Britton :
The entertainment given Friday No. 1, Jacksonville to Tampa, due pastor. 1
Published and entered question. of Miss Estelle Lanier the day school 9:45, !a. m. Morninan'
weekly as i
# ,, :
evening Feb. 13 at the school auditorium at Starke 11:14 '
p.m. vice 11 o'clock sew !
second class matter at the Swift Creek school has made decided ; evening i
post-office in the last five months and I by the Ladies' Musicale'was, No. 15, Jacksonville to Cedar Key, o'clock Visitors cordially invited g' 1 i
; at Stub Florida. Thomas A. Edison has started progress
a from all and comments the worship with us. > I
1 the patrons and friends of the school I reports due at Starke 3:10 p.m. ,
new food fad, which consists of limit- finest of its kind given in Starke. Episcopal.
; E. S. Matthews, Editor and Owner ing the daily diet to ten ounces. Whyis united last Friday evening to celebratethe ever No. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville, due .
The local musical
<. 'F'E.. Bobbins, __'_ Associate Editor, *it that* learned men, especially fact. Besides the excellent pro- ability was organized at Starke, 2:37 p.m. Rev: E. A. Sherrod rector. r,
but a few month by of
p- and Business Manager scientists, all 'become more or less gram which follows refreshmentswere Starke's most able musicians ago Miss No. 2, Tampa to Jacksonville. due vices first Sunday in every month. ,
old. served and a general good time I at Starke, 4:54 a.m. : *Christian. ;
cranky as they grow Lois Peek. It was soon decided ito
Starke Florida, Friday Feb.'20 1914 was enjoyed.Welcomee. C No. 14 Cedar Jacksonville
work for an entertainment. To nis Key to Rev.;John Mulls dy pastor. SerM, ,
Rev Newell Dwight Hillis says that Song by the school. end the ladies have labored faithfullyand due at Starke 7:45 a.m. es at :3 p. m. first and third Sung!
month. *
z .a $ Why is 'a knocker everybody in America will be insane Recitation, IThe Funniest Story I their efforts were liberally rewarded Starke and Wannee Brach. of the i, -

within 400 Much learning Ever Heard," Miss Annie M. Presbjterian.No .
years. ,from both a successful and No. 101 leaves Starke 5:45 a.m.
What is a knocker? hath made &e reveren d gentleman X. V. Drill, by 6 boys and 6 girls. financial standpointThe No. 104 arrives at Starke 2:30 p.m. regular pastor. Sunday dal ,
Dialogue "A Sick Dollie," by Cleve- I atlOa.m. ';
himself. in
I Everybody spacious platform was trans- Seaboard Limited Trains 9 and 10
In America juries are hung more land and Ila.
America will not be insane within 400 .
formed into a literal Garden of Flowers No. 9, Jacksonville 'to Tampa dua Methodist -
frequently than murderers. years nor within 4,000 years. Song, ,"Just a Little Fancy String" -as was termed the fjrst.chorus. at Starke 12:51 p.m. Rev. :B. T. Rape: pastor. Sands

-,s Radium failed to cure cancer and Lydia and Mattie N. The program was opened by a piano No. 10, Tampa to Jacksonville, due school at 9:45 a. m. Morning service -'
Y3 Never say, "had rather be" or "had Po Peep Play, by nine children. solo, "Polka de Concert;" Bartlett at Starke 6:10 p.m. at:V 11 o'clock; evening service j
it is to
now guaranteed cure Recitation o'clock. Visitors
tism.- rather do. 'Say, "would rather be"or "Grandma, Babel Drig- Miss White is a brilliant pianist and, T. J. GRIFFIN Agent. i attend. cordially invited to>

; "would rather do." To test these gers. needless to say she was at her best I

If more liquor-is sold in dry territory expressions omit the adverb "rather," Recitation "What the Teacher Said, Next in order was a cantata by the :;:::Jf

than in wet, why do liquor men oppose and you have "had be" and "had do." D. Keen. entire chorus, "A Garden of Flowers," Ji f i

4 prohibition? Now, conjugate the verbs "to be"and Dixie Land, by 5 girls and 1 boy. Denza, directed by Prof. Tyler-as all E

"to do" and see if you can find Recitation "A Watermelon," by Eliza- of the following chorus numbers were: I t

One bird man passeth away and "had be" or "hid do." beth Nettles. 1. Chorus, "The Morn." 2. Duet,

another cometh, but Lincoln Beachey Recitation, "Little Mischief," by Lydia "The Lark and The Nightingale," t

?" f abideth. forever. before. All are invited to attend. Nettles. Mrs. J. E. Futch: and Miss Susie i,

After serving twelve years as post- Recitation, "A Little Tortoise," by Darby. 3. Chorus, "White Butterfly." I
People are not satisfied if they master at Evanston 111., Matthew Veverette Driggers. 4. Solo, "Lovely Rosebud Miss Louise I ( ,

., don't marry and they are not satisfied Larkin resigned because the pay of Song, "Red Wings by 4 girls. Bessent. 5. Chorus, "Summer Breezes." 4F

> if they do. $1 a day was too small. He ought to Dialogue, "Going to Californiatwogirls 6. Solo and Chorus, Mrs: U. G. 1

have exercised the prerogative of and two boys. Turner. 7. Quartet "Good Night," I MW4\ I Illj 1IiW

'. Wireless power for the lighting and government employes and supplemented Recitation "A Little Sailor," by Mesdames Futch and Turner, Misses *i1)P 1 I Lit 1 i1l Al
#/ .
heating of houses is of
"* a possibility his salary by a lecture tour. Cleveland D. Bessent and Darby. 8. Chorus, J ll

.. .the, near future. Recitation A Boy's Pocket," David Garden of Flowers. To make special

W -- In Catholic countries Protestants Blackwelder. comment on each number would be .
Such characters as Maury I. Diggs ;
are always suspected of plotting I! Recitation "How to Spell Kitten" like separating a bouquet of beauti- Fyr t,
of California, ought not be allowed to C4G
.' cumber the earth. ageinstthe evisting order of things;!I Julia Raulerson. ful
v and in Protestant countries Catholics.are I Recitation, "My Dolly,' by Ila Nettles. Miss Louse Freeman of Southland

a If voters in Florida-do not register accused of planning to overthrowl l Dialogue "A Slow and a Fast Beau," Seminary gave two very interesting =' ; ;.,
two boys and girl. in Much ability was ., :.-4 ,
the and one readings
not government is
ask. for the primary it will be the no .
% ,fault of the newspapers. foundation for the charges in either I Recitation "The Day is Done," by demonstrated as a brilliant reader.

.t .. case but it all shows a bountiful Mollie Nettles. Vocal Duet "Souvenir" (Ciro Pin-
__ ,
i I
John Lind has not been silent as lack of Christian spirit on both sides I I Recitation by Creacy Blackwelder. suti) Mrs. J. E.: Futch and Mr. Cyril ..- .

,long as the Sphinx because he has I and too much bigotry and prejudice. Recitation, William Nettles. Tyler. This number was indeed a 1& ,. .

not been ,on the job as long. Recitation, Dan Brannan. rare treat The perfect blending of
Reltively speaking. it costs no more Recitation,' Mr. Gordon Williams. these fine voices showed the under- vm be

t Since the embargo on arms has to live now than it did at any timein Recitation, by Bessie Blackwelder. standing and relationship which exists ygfl ;

-been lifted maybe the Mexicans will the past; and it will not cost any Hard Shell Sermon by Philip.Nettles. between instructor and pupil. From

i / trse arms more'and legs less. more in the future than it' does now. Negro Sermon, by Chester Kerce. comments overheard this was one of

The average man always had to econ- Farewell Song, by the school. the rarest gems Vocals polo, Valeniine
A boy should be whipped every omize and he always will have to 'do "Nymphes et Sylvains" (H. Beinberg) .V

time you meet him. If he is not coming so. The .oldest records in existencetell BLACK CREEK. Mrs. E. A. Sherrod. This sweet

out of mischief, he going into it. of poverty, hard times scarcitycf Rev. James Strickling of Clay Hill soprano voice is a"new acquisition to

food and the high cost of living.It conducted: services at New Home the constellation and has proven a WHEN St Valentine's day brings

t Chinese pay their doctors when they always did cost all the average man Church Saturday and Sunday. brilliant one. Chorus (a) "'Spi ing

are well but quit paying as soon as could. earn to live and it always will Little Miss May Taylor spent the Song," Wagner. (b) "Manning's Lul- you messages of love and laughter '.

they become ill. China has few quack week-end with relatives at Lawtey.Mr. laby," Dvorak. Reading Miss Ldcile remember that

?1 >doctors. "As the feller saysf" life is a funny and Mrs. Starling, of Lawtey Freeman. Vocal Solo Selected, Mr. great happiness ,

:--- proposition after .all For instance: attended church here Saturday and Cyril V R. Tyler. can also come from a bank book. Let a bank book

"Society Bride Takes Trip Through An elderly maiden lady was a passenger Sunday. Starke was indeed fortunate to have be your Valentine. A bank !'account opens the way

k .do Clouds,1; but says a headline." All brides on a railway coach. She ob- Miss 'Annie Greene, of Middlebu!'*, the pleasure of listening to ProfTyler's to full enjoyment of life. Money makes you 'inde
that descend'to ,
they soon the
1, v earth again. served another lady across the aisle spent the week-end with Miss :Ruby fine tenor voice. The hearty pendent Open a bank account today and resolve .

jt dressed in deep mourning. Her curi-!C.Lang and Mrs. Jeff Lang on her way applause and persistent demands for that next St Valentine's day will find with
to Lawtey. an encore, spoke the hearty appreciation you
osity was at aroused and c
Mrs. Tom,Thumb is seriously ill at once she in the bank
*" Latrobe, Pa.' She is now 72 old asked the lady in black for whom I' Mr. James Norman and sister, Mary of the audience. Song Cycle, "A !.
years she are visiting relatives at Wateroak Day in.Venice" Nevin I. Alba (Dawn) {.
4d r and is the wife of Count Magri, an was wearing mourning habila-
", Italian dwarf. ments. The lady informed her that this week. i 2. Canzour Ambroze Love Song. 3. i it
:. her husband 'was dead"and that she.I Mr. Willie Austin took his best girl Buona Notte FarewelL This number Bradford County Bank J JEatabliahed
Miss Annie Green, to church Sunday. closed the evening's program. Too
< Every bald head has its compensa- was on the way to the crematory to' ,
", tions. It is have his Hurrah for you, Willie. Come much cannot be said in praise and ap- .
L a constant source oft body cremated. The elderly i 1889
V again. We will be pleased to see you. preciation of the musical director,'as .
;- _w amusement to is owner as well as to spinster immediately burst into tears.
', v other people. The lady in black sympathetically in- Mr. and Mrs. Dave Tanner and chil- well as the able accompanist and president N.T.Riteb Prey W.T. Weeks, Vice-Prei. E.P. Duncan,Castie ;

dren of Maxville, visited their parents, I Mrs. DeWitt Jones. Prof. j
quired if she also had
--- lost a lovedone
.." ,: eorge Washington: = once threw a and the antiquated lady answered Mr. and Mrs. John Austin last Saturday I Tyler has coached the musicale for ',_ i.'

t. [. silver dollar across the Potomac river. between sobs, "Some women have I i and Sunday. : weeks. He also has a large voice I -' r--;.
Mrs. Dennis Taylor and children class in Starke and the results of the
: Wonder how far he could make the : husbands to burn and some can't l i
;" 'r same dollar go now.Being any." get visited Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Lang Sun- evening were due largely to his good ; f

; day afternoon. work. The sum of $64.90 was realized. T!

-' ". .: a man and having some -S HAMPTON.Mr. "Messrs. Willie Austin and Johnnie Needless to say there was a full house. We
+ i i' :- knowledge of men the writer often S.R. Johns'of Tavares, spent Starling were visitors to Mr. R., D.Lang's a Single Bag j ir
wonders what Sunday afternoon.
some women, see in Saturday in Hampton.Mr. CLAY HILL
.ijnen to about I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Griffis of ,
go crazy
.. I and Mrs. Wm. Weest of Philadelphia W. F. Grand of Highland, visitedhis
Crackersix visited her parents, Mr. !
I ---- who have been daughter, Mrs. H. Godwin, Sun- -' of cement barrel
visiting ,their %. or a lime with
<.'f Every time an old man marries a and Mrs. W. M. Starling, last Sun- .
son, Mr. H. B. Weest left for !
;"t. young woman there is on fool less inthe" Key day.Mrs 't the same creerfulness as you ors -
West i Monday. day.Misses David Lang and niece, Miss
4 [is: world. Such a marriage always Ida and Maggie Starling, ofI I ? 'dered a biZ load of our building i
The new Durden block just west of Alice Prescott were visitors to Starke
I V converts two fools into one. I I Clay Hill; were at church hereSunjday. materials. that if :
V the jMe figure we )
I, ; : re ,. depot, will be completed by the Saturday.Rev. .
V k' end of the week. A" new and up-to- I I I James Strickland filled his can please IOU in small things we !
Mrs Sarah Biddlewood of Philadelphia Miss Rosie Carter of Clay Hill, at-
tfhV ,proposes a municipal matrimonial date restaurant will be opened up in' tended church here Sunday. regular appointment at New Home will get. your t bigger orders when ;i

f;: bureau as an agency,for mitigating this .new building in the near future. )I.I There was a play at Mr. E. H. Sunday.Mr. you have them to give. Let's show' t
Mr. Geo. W. Goshorn has receivedan R. T. Caldwell was a viSitorto
"the social evil in that Carter's Tuesday night also at
; > city.A appointment as storekeeper of the one Starke Saturday. JAr you how well we can serve you j f
I I Joe Reed's Wednesday night
: bonded wharehouse at Tampa. He Misses Florence and Maggie Crews .T with that little order need now. ,
soothsayer told Nance Gwyn that i i Mr. and Mrs: G. N. Norman are
will leave Hampton Wednesday. All of Highland, were the guests of Miss I
:she would be married seven times and visiting relatives at Wateroak this
: V hate to see Mr. Goshorn leave., However Alice Prescott Sunday-come again,
she wants to believe it; for she is now week.
,. to divorce her fourth husband. all extend to him best wishes for girls. We all enjoyed your company.!
trying The wedding bells are ringing Quigly Lumber & '
t Supply
his greatest success.P. around her Messrs Charley Wilkinson and i
J. Pearce has closed a contractat Richard Lang were visitors to' New-
New fashioned bank notes will soon
Wish Mr. Willie Austin and bridea
k -"be' issued by Uncle Sam, but their Hawthorne for a barber shop. happy and long life. Home Sunday.Mr. STARKE : : FL

f purchasing power will be relatively Next week, Wednesday night, the R. T. Caldwell's school will be RDA.!

'as small'as that of the old fashioned Woodmen of the World, Camp 103, DEATH OF INFANT.A out this week. Wonder if Miss Alice j

notes. .*" will entertain at the Masonic Hall, son was born to Mr. and Mrs. will be lonely..

producing "The Curtain Lifted; or the F. F. Stump Saturday, February ::4. Mr. ,Fred Lang went two hundred ;
Professor,W. B. Cameron of Harvard Noble Sons of Mars. It is a chancefor miles south last week to take a posi- a
and died the and burled
same day was "
.. University says a man in a rage those who have never been initi- Saturday afternoon in Crosby Lake tion, but thoughts of "home, sweet NORMAN-PHILLIPS. OPPORTUNITIES FOR TEACHERS.

,is sweeter (that is, has more sugar ated, to see a candidate "ride the cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Stump Lave home" and the folks over the way More romantic and exciting than For twenty years Stetson has led3

in his blood) than a pretty girl The goat. the sympathy of the entire communityin brought Lang back in a few days. the usual marriage was the experience the way m: preparing :Florida school
: average man can't see it that way. Mrs. 0. L. Dayton of Dade City, is their first bereavement. Listen for wedding bells over towards of Mr. Horace Norman, 16 yearsof teachers. For ten years Stetson has j

,. : the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gos- Mr. Wilkinson's. What will age son of Mr. J. M. Norman of given V Floridja teachers the months of.i

Y Blind tigers are not confined exclusively horn.Mrs. PREACHING AT e EMANUEL Mr. and Mrs. Wilkinson do when Miss the Wateroak section, and Miss Susie April and Clay at the University at.1
: to"dry" territory. During A. A. Futch returned from is ? below ':1
Daisy cost.
Rev. W. A. Tison, of Wellborn, Fla., gorse Phillips the 14-year-old daughter of : j
a January more than twenty persons Lake Butler Tuesday.Mr. will preach at Emanuel church, near Mr. Barney Lang is again wearing Rev. and Mrs. D. S. Phillips, of the Stetson, in its loyalty to the State,
'were convicted of selling liquor without J. Allen was called to Jacksonville smiles. Why? Because Miss Grettas will 'do the this The
tn Mr. G. W. Dyall's on the fourth Sun- Enterprise neighborhood who were same year. ]
a license in Fernandina a city that Monday on account of the has returned.Mr. .
i in in Spring Review work will be begua
day February and Saturday night united marriage last Sunday at the
has five open saloons. sickness! of his little grand-daughter. Arthur Wilkinson Visitorto
was a March 25
and will nine weekS.
L home of Rev. L. C. Futch. run
.... Rev. Holmes Logan will preach in (Row'.1bIa'- Highland Sunday.For Students will 'be accepted at tim
t ;, ... any !.
"A No.1" says since his marriage the Methodist church on Sunday, .We offer One Hundred DoHan Ba an idea of what can grow on The young, people left the home of for any part of the time. Send fora

he has no desire to roam. Wait till morning at 11:00 p.m. and 7:00 pan. :ward for any case of Catarrh thatcannot Clay Hill visit Mr. H. Hudson's farm. the bride together ostensibly for the bulletin wHch will explain

-,. the novelty ,of the new life wears off I There will be a reception of new, be. cured j>y. Hall's Catarrh; i I' e purpose of attending the wedding of Advantages, the review expenSe.j work
and he will feel irresistibly the force :members at the morning service. (Cure NOTICE. < Mr. E. C. Johns and Miss Mary McCormack the courses

: of the roving, habit that controlled F. :7. CHENET & co..Toledo, & j I t AU members of the School and Civic but the young Lochivar hada Address getting Stetson of certificates to DeLanda teacp
NOTICE. we the ondersltned. have University,
known P. 1.
him for 30 years. > i :Cheney-3 for the last U yean, and teller Club are hereby requested to attend I marriage license of his own up his Florida"
1 I will take great pleasure in render- him ecUl honorable la all buHaen S ;
sleeve and the "
'\ tnuuacttons and a called-meeting of the club next youthful pair proceededto .
flnaadanr able to -
Rockefeller cam
John D. quoted as .ing ministerial
,any service I can to out any obUrationa. made toy his arm. I Wednesday afternoon'February 24th the home of Rev. L. C. Futch,where Do riot miss your only chance toj
i saying that fortune,knocks at'every any who may need my services The I NATIONAL BANS 0? COMMEECi
at 3 o'clock sharp, at the High School they were mAde,man and wife. When see "Mr. Bob" for fear of being ab
-man's least..once in a lifetime. poor ,and non-church members will > Toledo O., I
Fortune bas spent EO'mueh time especially call on me. acting'. Catarrti Cure Is taken ateriially. building. Matters of vital importance -" the father of the young bride learnedof ; to obtain a. seat; A capacity bomhas
c1irectly upoQ the blood &Dd mu to be discussed and full the escapade he sought his daughter
are been
knocking at John D's door that some B. T. RAPE, Pastor, I II coua eurfacea of the .,.tem. TesUmoDiala' a arranged for. Bring yon
.wait.I' tft75 ceDti pet botUe. cola attendance is,earnestly requested. I er and took her home for the time friends,and the WillsUE'you '
f .of Ae rest of us have had to. Methodist Church. li management
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l Mr. A. H. Evans, representing the HONOR ROLL. NOTICE OF -FINAL DISCHARGE

.Newton ,Entertainment Bureau of Wood's Superior
Of Starke High School for Month Notice b hereby given to aU'concerned that -

!: .i i ii Bits of Local Worcester, Mass., was in Starke Mon- Just Ended. six month after date hereof I wilt presentmy
final returns u administrator of the
day trying to interest one of the
of Sallie S. Cheater. late of Bradford Seed Oatsare
: social organizations of the city ina i Primary-Rachal Brooks, Tina Kahr, county Florida, deceased and apply to the

ft 'lnformatioD II mock trial entertainment to be givenin I Reba Haislop Lizzie May Tompkins, County Judge of Bradford County Floridafor choice fecleaned' heavy seed grain. [

Williams my final discharge.: We offer all the best end roost productive
Margaret Livingston, Gladys ,
the future.
t near J. D. BAXTEB.: kind for spring seeding: '
! L 'efteealnJ Off P..,r.. aavraaa. eafsl'rryh Ruffin Edwards Clarence Andrews, Administrator of the Estate of Sallie' S.Cheuer. .
;. .. Ira ftfc* c.-O' W 7'..... Next Thursday evening, February deceased Burt or 90-Day, '
Joe Sistrunk, Tate Alvarez, Callis Texas Red Rust Proof
26, the Hopson Theater will present"Cleopatra" ;Tan.'Z-6m. w
! Manning, Hugh Brownlee Jr., Gray Swedish Select, i
in five reels. ,The title
Bancroft, Appier etc.
)lT. H. Lightfoot, of,Eustis, was in- Don't miss "Cleopatra" in five reels role is taken by Miss Helen Gardner, NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE. Write for paces andSaraples.Wood's '
First Grade-Josie Conway Merwin Thirty days after the first publication of .
town on busines Saturday.Dr. at the Hopson Theater Thursday evening the most famous of moving picture I this Notice.. I will apply to 'the HonorableCeo. i
Register, Millard Cooper, Amos Chase 1914 Descriptive Catalog
A. Gardiner. County Judge of Bradford
H. i February 26. 25 cents for'every- artists. Only one show. Performance full and valuable it
W. Baggett of Nocatee Fla. specially infor-
David Chase, Erma Stilley Lois County, Florida for an order to sell at private' gives .
a visitor here Tuesday. begins promptly at 730. Admission sale the undivided one fifth interest each of nation about. ,
was body.Mr. George, Chester Alvarez Lena Sapp,
25'cents. No half tickets. Daniel, Hertie, Levy, and Fred Lind e'a Spring Oats;Barley,
1 ; Mr. H. P. Gainey of Brooker was G. W. Alderman, cashier of the Blair Sherrod Dona Bryant Minor Heirs ot Marrion Lindsey, deceased Grasses'and Cloven, <

in Starke on business Monday. Farmers and Dealers Bank of Lake .American Wire Fence. DeWitt C. Second Grade-Willie Agin, Lloyd in and to the following piece parcel or tract Seed Corn Sorghum
of land situate in Bradford County Florida
Butler, in Starke business Jones. Cow Peas, Soja Beans: t
was on
Austin, Julian Canova, LeRoy Harris, and described as follows to-wit: 41
l Attorney T., G. Futch of Lake alto about all other f
One Hundred feet
Friday.Mr. Mr. W. M. Wine, a large peach Diamond Luke Welsey McRae, Nathan Comijiencing at a point '
Butler, was in Starke Tuesday. 1 West of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad Tract, Farm and Garden Seeds. }q
Levi Rhoden and Miss Lily and apple grower of Dover Del, was Prevatt, Lawrence Simmons Ellis Thence on the North line of the Southeast -
Catalog Wiled free. Write for it.
Chiffon and net rufflings in white Cowart were united in marriage Mon- in Star e this week studying the berry Thornton, Cortez Andrew, Elizabeth Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section LMM M :
Twenty-Six (26) and running South and Parallel -
and blue at Morgan's.Mr. day by Judge Geo. A. Gardiner at the situation with a view to buying berries Brownlee May Willard. HT with the said Railroad' Three Hundred T. W. WOOD 6 SONS. !

t 1 W M. Cone, of Lake Butler, court 'house.Misl here later on. Mr.- Wine has 100 Brownlee, May Willard, Flossie Wil- and aame Forty-five variation S45)as the feet, section thence line West Six on Seedsmen Richmond, Ta.

j was in Starke on business Monday. acres of land near Dover, DeL, devotedto liams, Ethel Futch, Jessie Harris. Hundred and sixty (660) feet thence at right i
.L Lucile Freeman returned to angles North to north line of the above desalted
peaches and apples.Do (40) acres thence East on same line
Third Grade-Jessie Mae Baisden ,
Mr. E. S. Hull, of Palmetto, Fla., f
1jJ' Five S
Gainesville Monday, after having to point of beginning Containing ( ) '
To Core Cold In One
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not miss "Mr. Bob" tonight at Ethel Griffin, Ella Manning, Myrtle acres more or less AU in Section (26), Township Day ,
f1J '. was in Starke on business Tuesday. spent the,week-end with her parents, (5) south of Range (22) East. nice LAXATIV;;BROMO Quinine It stops the ,
I High School auditorium. General ad, Williams, Dorothy Edwards, Ruby ILA LINDSEY, Cough and HeaHacbe and works off the Cold. i
; of Florahome Dr. and Mrs. 'A. H. Freeman. < -- Guardian of the above named minors. Druggist refni d money if it fails to cure. \ l .
'.r Mr. A. G. Hinson ;was mission, adults 50 cents, children 35 i Conway, Herbert Selen, Nelson Mos Jan. 30-61 E. W. GROVE'signatu-e on etch box. 25c. .

j 'a business visitor to Starke Saturday.i Wile'fencing for field and pasture cents. No reserved seats for the ley, Laurie Ray, Thomas Limbaugh,, = ; ... 1

iJr ; i still going. Prices and quality talk reason that the management expectsto Lacy Rigdon Clifford Allen Ira Rape. -
white and blue
See our ne crepe'waistsMorgan's. at The Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. place a large number of chairs and Fourth Grade-Melba DeLoach, t

I I. extra seats in the hall. There will be Walter Thomas, Augusta Long, Frank J

>,Mrs. C. A.. Knight is 'visiting her Orleans Mr. Eugene,, inspector E. and Pelot expert, of lino-New room for everybody.Mr. Kicklighter, Harry Canova, Roddie rr TIRESTIRESTIRESBuy !

,mother.' Mrs. Ella Johnson, at' Maya type machinist for the Mergenthaler T. F. Rivers, of Lake Butler Crosby, 'Gladys. Gardiner Lucile
Your Tires Direct At Lowest t
: Linotype Co., paid the Telegraph officea was in the county seat Monday in the
... Mr. W. P. Pitts, the plant grower, Sixth Grade-Aileen Alvarez, Mil- .
visit (Thursday.I interest of his campaign for the office
,f of Hampton, was in the city Monday.. dred Bell, Jessie Forsythe, Henry Prices. IjLI
: of county treasurer of Bradford t
I Mrs. M. Leviton'and.daughte"r Miss Gray, Ella May Long, Ted Sherrod. t
! r For dry goods. county and ordered his announcement By buying and contracting direct from the factories
J ,Rosa, returned Tuesday from a sojourn Ninth Grade-Edyth Warren. h
'ij ;! Mr.: H. C..Richard has purchased a I of ,several weeks at Hot Springs, printed in the Telegraph. Mr. Rivers for tires in large quantities for spot ;cash, we are r

ji f 'handsonme,, new Jeffery touring car. Arkansas 'where she went for the i is the first candidate to announce for A mule hitched on the street Mon- able to offer them at a great monet saving price ,

. 'Mr.'Joseph H. Harrell, of/ ,LaCrosse benefit of her health. this office. day conceived a violent like or dis- direct to the consumer. A saving from 35 to'60 '" .

Mr. C.. F. Hoover went to Gaines- like (it has not been definitely deter- I' .
business in Starke Tues- percent J.
transacted' CoL, James' L. Frazee, a I former mined which as the local naturalistsare '
day.iff ville Tuesday, where he was engagedfor I When buy tires from us get full value and "
ltv resident of Starke but now a memberof divided in opinion upon the ques- you you f
two or three days in photographing '
the editorial staff of the New York tion don't have to the dealer's profit, salesman'scommission ;
- < Miss Jennie Crane,' Jacksonville, ', the buildings and laboratory equip- ) to a calf belonging to J. F. pay

fit spent the week-end,with Miss Maomi World, paid a visit to relatives and ment of the State University the Kickliter. The mule, broke loose. and and other high selling and overhead ex- .

pv t' friends here this week. University the views to be used in trotted toward the calf and the calf, penses. We sell tires direct to consumer at jobbers -

iiiilt t, BnLMrVR.. .0. Gnann is painting and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Turner, who have i views to be used in illustrating the not knowing the mule's" intentions, prices and YOU GET BIG VALUE AND EXACTLY -

- his residence this been occupying1 'apartments at the( annual year book of the University. decided that discretion was better partof WHAT YOU PAY FOR. ;
t.otherwise improving valor and beat
) hasty retreat
house of Mrs. Elizabeth Johns, moved a Shrewd customers among
,auto owners compose our
yy w eek D. C. Chase Jr., contractor and mule pursued the calf until it wa'S f 4
r/t. Thursday to the residence of Mrs. R. I ,
them bankers merchants lawyers doctors r
has returned. builder, painting, decorating and almost exhausted, but it finally made are ,
: Miss Minnie Bessent R. Hoffman on North Thompson street '
, from a visit with relatives in SouthFlorida. paper hanging. Phone No. 1, Starke, its escape by running through the planters and men in all lines who know values and ,

ti ftf S. Apalachicola oysters J. F. 'Kick- Fla. Feb. 6-2t store of J. M. Alvarez. The mule realize the advantage of, buying direct f,

.ill'L liter. Mrs. J. E. Futch went to Daytona was caught and tied but later in the During the past winter automobile month we'!secured ,

'.,... Mrs.Adams, of Wellborn, Fla., visited -, Special for Friday and Saturday- Saturday to visit relatives and friendsfor day he caught sight of the calf again some excellent deals from the factories and now offer our

"i: her aunt, Mrs. B. B. Hopson, here sweet, juicy Orange county oranges, a :week and to be present at the and broke loose,the second time and purchases at the following prices: '

Monday. 10 cents a dozen; firm, ripe tomatoes, marriage of her cousin, Miss Margaret. followed the calf until he was drivenoff Among our tires are Diamond, Goodyear Quaker, Nassau ,
-- -- << Fisk and others of .
W.t\ Mrs. John Levy and children, of, 10 cents a quart Waters Kandy. May Morgan a former-: resident of by schoolboys and others. Empire, equal quality.All
n: + Mulberry are visiting Mrs. Lucy Hem- Kitchen. Phone 33. .. Starke, and Mr. James Mays Redding, CEMETERY-WORKING.' Tires Guaranteed Fully Note These Prices. Carefully. ;
of Atlanta Ga. which took ': I
mingway. I' r' I TUBES J. : 'f
it F fMr. V. E. Sapp, of New River, was Saturday afternoon at'2:30 o'clock at On Thursday March 5, there will GREY -; ''f
i Waffle cloth in black or blue and in 'Starke on business Friday. This the Morgan Hotel in Daytona. be an all-day cemetery working ""RELlNER If, ".
28x3 $7.20 1.65 1.90 1.35 :
'<$ white, at Morgan-Very'stylish.. I was Mr. Sapp's first visit to the county Prevatt cemetery and all persons in- 30x3 7.80 1.95 220 MO !' 4

t*, seat since he was kicked'and injured By all means you should see and terested in beautifying this city ,of 3h3 1.2 10.80 2.80 3.10 1.90 \ t :
i rtf Miss Nita Bessent is visiting her I jby a mule several months hear "Uncle Eph"( ?) in his original the dead are invited to come and i 31x3 1-2 11.00 2.90 3.20 1.95 V, -

t 5t sister, Mrs. David Oliver, at Ft ago.I monologue "The Faculty and Others"at spend,the day in helping us to do this 3h3 1.2 11.90 2.95 325 2.00 '< ..t34x3

' Lauderdale. I I Chief of Police Kite has blossomed the High School building tonight work. 30x4 1-2 12.40 13.10 3.00 3.10 3.40 3.30 2.05 2M I n'''. "a}'-c.' .ti ;

.I- iJ Miss Louie-Belle Brown, of Lawtey,I out in a ,complete'new uniform, resplendent Doors opened 7:30 o'clock. Musical Feb.- 20-2L T. F. MANSELL 3U432x4 13.(5' 13.20 \ 3.60 .2.85 V :
, with brass buttons, epaulettes 13.70 335 240 II :

7:45 to 8:15 o'clock. Curtain 980'j,
:.. was' the guest of I Miss Ottie Gray program I 83x4 14.80 3.50 -
braid and henceforthwill
and gold t- '
o'clock. The Male will .
'" last week. \ 8:15 Quartet Sid 16.80 3.60, "I.W" 2.60 ;
be more of a,terror than ever to delight you. 35x4 17.25 5.75 420 2.70' 'J

r 'v Mr. Harry Sternburg, of New York, evil doers. 36x4 17.85 3.90 425 3.80 _i r

is visiting his uncle here, Mr-- S. J. On Tuesday Dr. L J. Adams successfully ,34x41-2 18.00 ,4 80 5.10 3.40 f
; Sausage Mill. DeWitt C. Jones. 35x4 1-2 18.75 4.85 6.20 8 4.5
;a Sternburg. removed a; large myoma' 86x41.219.45 4.90 5.30' 3.60 1
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Pres- tumor 'from the throat of a valuable ,, GALVANIZED WELLCURBINGis 87d 1.2 '21.50 5.10 5.40 3.70 .'
, ; Mrr J.. M. Norman, of the Wateroak church will hold dollar i inexpensive and keeps the water 28.00 V 580
byterian a horse belonging to Mr. G. w,:Hazen, 86x5 6.20 4.00
g il section, was in Starke on business social at the home of Mrs. G. C. of Brooker. Dr. Adams was assistedin clean and healthful. Light and easy 37x5 24.00 5.90 6.35 4.20 I

= Wednesday. Livingston Tuesday evening March the operation by Dr. A. H. Freemanand to handle. Warranted to give satis- We can furnish all other sizer DOl -skid,10 per cent Higher. .
t faction. Call write
'A'new picket fence has been erect. 3. All the ladies.of the .church are the job was considered a very QUIGLEY LUMBER or &, SUPPLY. C.o.I I Our supplies of these tires it limited, so we advise earls orJerh g. Remember k
residence North cordially invited. neat one by those who witnessed it : they are new, clean, fresh, fully guaranteed coodi. All high ;
i': ed around the Ray. on grade goods that will girt beat service. '

:4: 'Walnut street Adjutant. ; A. Odom, of the Volunteers Lard Cans. DeWitt C. Jones. TERMS 5 per cert i"cct rt il fall amount accompanies order. 'COD.
America in the city III receipt of 10 cent of cost shipments. 4
: was upon per Prompt Money, returned ,
J IMr. and Mrs. C. H. Marks returned CoL W. T. Weeks celebrated his ;
., Monday soliciting.funds for the ad- ... if unable to fill order. Send us trial order BOW.
Tuesday ,from an extended visit'to 76th birthday Sunday in line with his
vancement of the cause he represents TIRE FACTORIES SALES CO., Dayton, Ohio

Fr'r North Dakota. I and he met with: generous encouragement annual custom by holding a family ffffff.f4.fffffitft Jan 30 Ei4 '

;, Dr:/and Mrs. J., P. Tomlinson and I on every hand. reunion upon this occasion. Those ++ 'CLASSIFIED #
present were Mr. and Mrs. R. A. ADVERTISINGf
visitors to _
: ton, of Lake Butler were +
Starke Monday. ,_ Special for Frida("and Saturday- Weeks, Mr. and Mrs. W.,L Wall, Mr. 1,.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ,
sweet, Juicy Orange county oranges and Mrs. J.'M. Brownlee and Mr. and

{ County Commissioner R. R. Doke, 10 cents a dozen; firm ripe tomatoes, Mrs. J. E. Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. FOR SALE-150 bushels of choice .

c visitor to Waters Sam Dell of Gainesville.Mr. short cotton seed of the improved ; -
of Alachua county, was a 10 cents a quart Kandy ,
Starke Tuesday. Kitchen. Phone'33. Peterson variety. Apply to N. G. A GOOD BUSINESS' PROPOSITION fOR NEW YEAR _
-! and Mrs. Elmer LaZone and Hayes Brooker Fla.. Feb. 20-4t ,
r; 'Miss Florence Morrish of Tarpon Mrs. S. F. Hall Jr., and little Miss May I Blossom Williams, of the \:

,Springs, is visiting her sister Miss daughter, Nora, came down from Williams Stock Co, returned home a FOR SALE-A quantity of good seed The R ford Grocery Co. is now opened ;

.Dorothy Morrish. Jacksonville Thursday to spend a week ago after making a tour of the cane at your own price for quick sale. up and wants to submit the following .pricesto J

week with Mr., Hall, who has been 'a east and west coasts of Florida with Inquire at this office. the public
1 '"Uncle Bob," is a "side splitting"comedy. : member of the Telegraph force for their company. They left Thursdayfor general :

Don't fail to see it tonight several weeks. a six-weeks' visit to New York FOR SALE-Choice building lot on We have just received a car of Nellie Ring ;

t r Seats for everyone. City to get new costumes and new West Madison street, size 70 :z 214; flour. Every barrel of this flour is guaranteed and '
1 An unoccupied house on the corner ideas for the coming season. At the price $350. E. S. Matthews. '
'i Mr. and Mrs. J. E. J. Wainright, of Sanderson Lane and Hogan's Alley end of that time they will to if not perfectly satisfactory money refunded. It is

3',\of,the Wateroak section, were in the belonging to Mrs. Hester Kite was Atlanta, G reorganize the go com- FOR SALE-Ford Runabout. made out of soft winter wheat and is just from the .

county seat Monday. destroyed by fire early Tuesday morn pany and then take.the road again. Newly painted. Good condition. mills and has the same good flavor that flour usedto

5 Mr. J. F. Kickliter has been spending ing. We understand the loss, was DEWITT JONES, have when the mills made only the pure wheat
Allover lace waists much Starke Fla.
are worn
d a week's vacation with his sister, covered by insurance. into flour. .
0 this season. We have them-Morgan.
t ,Mrs. G. W. Thomas, at Stuart. Shoes Leviton's.. FOR RENT-Five room house. Applyto Price.-------------------..$5.50 per Barrel y
"' Theater Roberts of Mr. L. C. Ray received a telegram J. W..Morgan. 1-30-tf No. Timothy Hay ...1. 1.60 10? (I .,
"Cleopatra" at the Hopson Mr. W. W. Worthington -
,'. 26. Ad- has 'to the from Dunedin Thursday advising him Com_______________u___.__ ___ 1.70 Sack "
Thursday; evening, February Springs, sent Telegraphthe that he had been elected cashier of l
of his "OR SALE CHEAP-One second- Best White Clip Oats_--_______. 1.80e r"
mission 25 cents. announcement candidacyfor the Bank of Dunedin and
I. requestinghim hand 4horse power gasoline engine Wheat Bran, right from mills._____ 1.75" "
l Silk poplins and crepes in plain the office, of county treasurer of. to report at once for duty. Mr. in first-class condition. Quig- 20 Pounds Sugar___________t- 100 (a
Bradford county and the same appears Ray will leave in a few days for his .
r i and brocaded effects, for spring wear ley Lumber & Supply Co. 14 2-pound cans Tomatoes.1.00
at Morgan's. A cordial invitation is elsewhere in this issue.A. new home but his family will remainin 6 Pounds Good Green Coffee..._... 1.00 4j

:,, extended to you, to inspect them. S. McMillan and family have been Starke for the present Mr. Rayis WANT-purchasers\ or renters for 14 Cans Van Camp Milk.. 1.00 '

; visiting relative here during the week. a high-toned Christian gentlemanand some good farms on liberal terms. 100 Bushels Seed Peanuts_________._ 1.25 per Bushel
t Mrs. N. E._Mahone,, of Valdosta,. Mr. McMillan has sold out his tur- a business man ,of ability and D. E. KNIGHT. Starke. 12-26 tf. 25 Pounds 1.00' '

J t Ga., was, here this week attending to pentine enterests at, Guilford and will leaves an enviable reputation behind FOR SALE OR RENT-y place of 10 Cans Peaches__._!.: 1.00

;15-1 3 'some matters of business. Inter- him, and the good wishes of his many' 31 acres. H. P. Fonts. Plant _City. 24 Lbs. Diamond Self Rising Flour. .75 4
f, lachen. friends go with him to his new.loca- Fla. l-2-8t
,i Mrs. Dr. Todd, of Fort Myers ar- tion. ,We will make all other groceries in pro : -

1: ;'rived Wednesday for a visit with Mr. American wire fencing 24, 84. 46, FOR RENT-7-room house, 4 acres of portion. v v _
ft1. :'and Mrs. S. J. Sternburg. AN ERROR.In land and all *
buildings, $10
18 inches. Hull's. Department Store. necessary packages
\ We sell dollar
a of"Hamp > the report of the council pro- per month. B. T. Rape, Starke, Fla. everything.. one .'4r{, ,
Mr. F. H. Dover, -
j and Mrs. New scenery, handsome furnishingsand ceedings published in the Telegraphlast l-30-4t up A, part of everybody's business' solicited. R
with their Mr.
ton son,
Sunday .
an all around .good show, ,"Mr. week it was stated that Mr. W. ..
: :'J.,R. Dover, and family in Starke. Bob at the school building tonight 'F. Mott had been awarded the .
con-: FOR SALE 120 acres woodland, 2 a I

'" Kiln dried .dressed lumber, at $12 Auspices of the School and Civic Club. tract for' the city sanitary work at miles southeast of Starke well timbered L-- A. L. CREWS, Manager .

t 'per: thousand.: Quigley ,Lumber.&; Help the ladies to help the school, -and ,the rate of $3.00 a day, and it should c $10 an acre' Carter Newsom Jl!1I *

1 Supply Co. keep the streets clean. ..- have. read $3.20 a day. .' '2._ Starke Fla. 1-30-41 >


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SOURCE. Moses Folsom, commercial secretary nut taal LAWK U* 'LUlUl>A J
Press Bclletin 219 of Florida Experiment
Hereby notice is !given that T. J. Alderman -
of the Palatka Board of Trade, Stt:icn. purchaser of Tax Certificates numbered

-Interesting Facts About Water Net writes us as follows regarding the respectively and issued by the Tax Collectorof General Insurance 51

Known to General Public. Bradford County ,Florida and each of sa.d
camphor plantation, located in (By J. M. Scott)) Certificates bearing date hereinafter set forth: ,, f Nervous?

nam county: It should be expected that sorghum Tax Certificate No. 22, dated June 3rd. 1907. <
the @I r
That is mineral
water a has Certificate No. 91, dated June 3, 1907. Certifi-
"Putnam county Florida, a cam- will all of 'the feed 1 08. Certifi- Walter '
mineral pasture supply cate No. 136 dated June lit DJf.Mrs. VL'1cent.
water: supply: an important phor plantation. It is at Satsuma cate No. 139 'dated June 1. 1908. Certificate I represent none bus FIRST-CLASS of Pleasant Hill N. C. :
necessary to keep hogs in a good No 47 dated June 6th 1910. Certificate No. @I I@
resource is a fact to which the average Heights, nine miles south of Palatka. 49 dated June 6th 1911. Certificate: No. 98 companies and will be constantly on the writes: "For, three sum'j

.. person has given little thought.It owned by the Satsuma Company, growing condition. There are few; dated June 6th 1911. baa filed said Certificatesin alert to promote your interests. Guarantee fliers I suffered from

and W. 0. Richmann is the superintendent if any green pasture crops that will my office and has made application for aervouS1e5Sa dreadful I '
is true, however: that water abeys Tax Deed to issue in accordance with law. courteous treatment to all patron ;{
There ,are now 1,600 acres do this. To get ,best results from The said Certificates embraces the following pains In my back and ,,
all the laws of mineral and in factdift'
a assessedat A well written policy by a first-claw I-
lands in Bradford County Florida
trees and several I sides and weak sinking
of growing' pasture they should be I@ '!
green crops the date of the issuance of such certificates '>
rs from other minerals chieflyin dred acres more have been preparedfor inthenames and under the dates Teepee :agent in a first-class company sometimes spells. Three bottles! of I '1

that at the average moderate setting out additional trees. The supplemented with a grain crop of tively hereinafter particularly set forth, to- means much in case of,loss by fire Cardui. the woman' 'fr4 '.
temperature it is in liquid form, while sufficiently some kind. wit: II tonic, relieved me entire- J
of the trees are 1
larger part CERTIFICATE NO. 22. embraces Lot 51 :
most'minerals, mercury excepted, at matured to be available for the By having two fields of sorghum, In Woodlawn See 13. To 5. S. R. 22 E. 10 0. C. RICHARD Starke fla. ly., I feel like another 4

the same temperature are in solid i The has and field two to four acres assessed Lillian W.'F068. 0 person, now." O -
making of camphor. company planting one I CERTIFICATE NO. 91 embraces Lot 4 1

form. Like other ,miners, however, its own distilling plant on the farm, weeks earlier than the other, con- I See. 18 Tp 7, S. R. 20 E. 80 acres assessedW. TAKE

t water has a given temperature at and recently made its first shipmentof tinuous be secured CERTIFICATE. Frank Malphurs.NO 136 embraces NW>4 of (@, i.

'which it solidifies and in doing so crude gum, which is to be used for pasturage may SWU See 16 Tp 7. S R. 21 E 40 acres asses- ,

assumes a definite crystal form. from early spring until frost kills the ed UNKNOWN. COFFINS CASKETS 'I
and ,
of celluloid ,
the manufacture CERTIFICATE NO. 139. embraces SE% of Cardui
< e These and other facts regarding water smokeless powder. Later it is planned -' sorghum in the fall. SWH See SO. Tp 7. S. R. 21 E. 40 acres And a Fall Line ofUndertakers' 1

t and water :supplies are forcibly to manufacture it for medical pur- Planting.To Assessed CERTIFICATE UNKNOWN.NO. 47. embraces NW14 of / Supplies I .

brought out in a bulletin on the utility organizedand NEVi of NW % Sec 24, Tp 6. S.R. 22E, 10acre @I II d .
poses. (The company was be able to give the crop! some assessed Louis H. Hilt Always on hand. The best MI- .
of well records recently issued by The Woman's Tonic
is being maintained by Northern cultivation, plant in rows three feet CERTIFICATE NO.'49. embraces S% ofNE- rice at the lowest prices Special ) G 1
the State Geological Survey. It is have hundredsof 14 See. !4. Tp 5, S. R. 20 E. 80. acres assessed I
who spent I '
capitalists, attention to Telegraph Order.
shown in this bulletin that water is apart and from two to four inches UNKNOWN. vii for ever 50 years, ';
and several d t'I
thousands of dollars CERTIFICATE 98. embraces SE% of Cardui has been "
more extensively prospected for, pro- of and industrious laborin apart in the drill. The planting may NW% See 17, Tp 6, S. R. 22 E. 40acres as. Registered Embalmer helping ;
years patient @I I to reIie women's. le(
utilized seised R. J Raulerson. unnecessary :
duced and the world and
over, its be done with the onehorsecorn -- :
bringing the farm to present ordinary UNLESS said Certificates shall be redeemed pains and -
affects ,the life and welfare of more That it will according to law Tax Deed will issue : D _I rOi
e. productive condition. drill. It will be necessary to usea DeWITT C. JONES building weak women '
thereon on the 23rd day of February A. D. i up I@'
than does other mineral.
any prove a genuine success its managers drill plate with eight or ten holes. 1914.WITNESS Successor c. C Livingston & Co. to health and strength JI. ,c .
However, notwithstanding the exten- hand and seal of said Court.
had doubt. my It for" ;
will do
have never for a moment a : the same
sive The holes should be about threesix on this 21st. day of January A. D. 1914. 1'1, Starke Fla.
that is carriedon ,
prospecting being -
It is believed that this pioneer industry W. T. WEEKS L @I 1 yon. if given a fair trial. I@; :

in the way of well drilling, the I will be the beginning of an teenths of an inch in diameter. Care Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford County Fla. I 1)1 So; don't wait but begin

results are but imperfectly correlated] should be taken not to cover the seed By R A. Weeks Deputy Clerk. I
important business in Florida, where Jan 23.5t.ORDER. @I taking Cardui today for @ :;
an dthe large amount of that is 1 more than an inch deep. Sorghum its
use'rannot harm
money the camphor tree flourishes. It is not ----- )' you,

being spent in drilling is for this useful for the making of'this i I seed may be planted at any time from OF PUBLICATIONIn For : and should surely do you ,_ .
only Weakness and Loss
.reason not giving the returns that'it early in March until August. The the Circuit Court 8th Judicial Circuit old of AppetiteThe good. Eon :
important commodity, but it is one Bradford County Florida Standard general ItTdI i I@a
could be-made .to give. A considerable attractive shade trees and spring planting will give larger Bradford County Bank a Corporation CROVE'STASTELESSchfflTONIC.drrWsout .
of the
expense at best is involved in drillinga grows rapidly. At present the cam yields per acre than the summer plant- W. J. Eillman Company VS a corporation, et al and Malaria sure and Appetizer.builds up For the adults system.and children.A true tonic We 4@i JA Oe<

Bill to RJBOTC Cloud and Quiet Title :
deep well and it is a mistake not ings.
phor business of the'world is a Japa- To All Whom it May Concern. Greeting:
to make the most of the drill hole Some prefer to the seed broad-
monopoly on the island of For- sow It appearing by the sworn bUl of complaintin 0'J "
nese ,
while it is being made. The instancesare cast and cover it with a harrow. This the above entitled cause that there are per .'
mosa, off the coast of China.TheFlorida sons interested in the property described in
numerous in which valuable mineral method can be used, but it will re- the said bill of complaint and involved in
Homeseeker. this other than the known defendants
deposits have,been drilled through quire considerable more seed per acre and that suit the names and residences of such Hk B C Rheumatism ..,

without detected the than when planted in rows and the persons are unknown to the complaint and
being owing to THE CROSS-FLORIDA CANAL. ri
that in the Mid bill relief is prayed against Bill Blood Poison i
fact that the samples of drillings from yield per acre will be less. such unknown persons; '
Although the board of army engi- Therefore it is ordered that all parties '
the well Varieties. Scrofula Malaria
were not preserved and ex- neers has reported adversely on the claiming an interest in the property herein m M ,

amined by some,( one competent to There are a number of varieties of, after described, or.any part thereof underG. *
proposed 'ship canal across Florida, W. Robonson, deceased late of Alachua ; \ Skin Disease
.judge of their character. Moreover believe that this sorghum that do well under Florida County, Florida, or under Fred M. Lewis, or .

.. the drilling of practically' all waterway advocates conditions and perhaps there is not I otherwise, and all parties claiming an interest lI ,
deep I Because Purifies
project will be completed before many in the property hereinafter described or c D ,
wells,is let by contract to the lowest much choice as to which to select to any part thereof. lying and being in the r I
years. The engineers in their reportto County of Bradford, State of Florida, to-wit: UBRL th Blood
bidder and it is obvious that' if the the rivers and harbors committee plant for summer pasture. Anyone N%. except 15 acres'on East Bide of S. <

party letting the contract has no idea of the following three varieties may A. L. Ry in NE%, of Section 1; N%. except ftUD WHAT HORD FMFLC BAT OT
recommended that present commer- EV4 of NE% of NW% and W% of NW% of
j ,of, the under ground conditions, he is would not be used: Gooseneck Orange, or sumac. NEU. of Section!: N% of NWtf and NW% LIPPMAN'S GREAT REMEDY-P. P. P. "
cial requirements of NE% of Seet'on! 12; N% of Lot 12 and :
not in a position either to draw proper Fertilization. Texas, writes Rabbi ."_.. of tile Sanaak C .
expenditure of $14,000,000 required all of Lota 22. 23. 24. 27. 30 31 32. 33. 36. DK. AUdndnt Regeaa. : '
specifications or to judge as to the Sorghum is a gross feeder requiresa 36. 37, 38 of Section 14; Lot 84 of Section 16 "It to leading blood pnnfier." r regatMNS.writes: "Bad seven a arn tonWNW.eadMalarialfwerlastingfrom
.. to construct the canal. The board all in Township 5 South Range 22 East do DB. week
; reasonableness of the bid when made. large quantity of plant food, and is appear to said bill of complaint on or before ft; awl with P.P.P.eoapletely cured J. days. I took year medicine.:forlorn 4
surveyed five routes across Florida EL Davidson who bad suffered fifteen hope bat now confess that P 60... waa
;Requirements which are useless for not particular as to the source. When the 6th day of ApriL 1914 the same beinga yean with blood potaon and aorea a real beae1iL" i !
and finally edcided that the route rule day of this Court; and that this order
,that particular well may be included, the crop isto be used only as a green be published once a week for 12 consecutive IT WILL HELP YOU, TOO-AT ALL DRUQCI8T8-I.OO
that would be the most practical would
weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph a
'while others' that are essential are be the one leading up the St. Johns pasture, perhaps the most important weekly newspaper of general circulation in F. V. LIPPMAN SAVANNAH GEORGIA :

.omitted.. I I fertilizer is ammonia. This can be said Bradford County. Florida. ,.
I river, via. Jacksonville and Palatka to WITNESS the Honorable J. T. Wills,
In order to I supplied in the-form of dried blood .."
more definitely correlateand or Judge of the said Circuit Court and also my I
I It the mouth of the Ocklawaha river, of official signature as well as the seal of this e 'A
ammonia. The
make available t sulphate following .
the large amount thence the Ocklawaha river to Court this the Slat day of December. 1913 at --- ::!!:! :: : It
of useful information' that is to be up formula ought to give satisfactory re- Starke Florida.' I :
Lake Harris, connected with a chain W. T. WEEKS .1 .
obtained from well drilling, the Survey sults: Clerk Circuit Court

t offers to co-operate with well of lakes in that region about Lees- Ammonia ______________4 per cent I By B. A. Weeks D. C. ANDERSON ..J
owners Very little digging would be A. V. LONG AND J. E. FUTCH JOHNSON &
and well drillers securing data, and Available phosphoric acid 4 per cent 1-9-131 Solicitors for Complainant

rye" to this end will examine required to pass into the Withlachoo- Potash _________________4 per cent :
: samples and to the Gulf. Inasmuch LIVERY SERVICE :
the river, and thence ORDER OF AUTOMOBILE
This should be applied at the rate PUBLICATION
preserve records of wells, making the I have In the Circuit Circuit ,:1 '

:; v information available through the as the engineers recom- of 400 to 500 pounds per acre a weekor Bradford County Florida. STARKE, FLORIDA '
the Wlihla-
mended improvements on Edward W. ManleyVS.
x published reports of t rusehvey ten days before planting the seed. .
r coochee river that will bring the cross '
published reports of the At the time of the first cultivation, W. J. HlUnan Company et aL
survey to all Florida project more than half way Bill to Rave Cloud and Quiet Title RATES FOR ROAD TRIPS':
or when the plants about
those who young are
are interested no expenseor To All Whom it May Concern. Greeting:
other obligation I across the state, waterway advocates two inches high, it will be found a It appearing by the sworn bill of complaint Hampton one passenger $1.50,round trip$Z; two passengers -
being incurred
by believe that in the future it will in the above entitled cause that there are persons .
near $2 round trip $3. Lawtey and
Sampson same
those making use of the services of good plan to make an application of interested in the property described in City rates as

f the be possible to get sufficient appro- nitrate of soda at the rate of about the said bill of complaint and involved in Hampton. Raiford one passenger $3, round trip $4; two passengers
It is ,
survey. hoped that municipalities this suit other than the known defendants '
in particular will priations to finish the work. 100 pounds per acre. Shorghum is a and that the names and residences of such $4, round trip $5. Lake Butler one passenger $3.51, ,

.. give more It has been estimated that the construction slow growing plant at first, and a little persons are unknown to the complainant and round trip $4.50; two passengers$4.50 round trip $6. All other "" ,
: attention to data of this kind which that in the said biD relief is prayed against
has-not of this canal would save nitrate of soda will hasten the growth such unknown tenons: points at proportionate rates. Special rates ,to parties. Cars :: 'j
only an immediate practical Therefore it b ordered that all parties
annually in the haul of handled by careful drivers. ,
value but also a broad claiming an interest in the property hereinafter J'
application in
around the Florida materially.Pasturing described part thereof, underG. t
freight that goes or any
t0' the'study of'the sub-structure and the Crop. ,W. Robinson, deceased late o fAlachna Careful Attention Repair Work ; .
natural features peninsular.-Pensacola News. Sorghum can be pastured almost County Florida, or otherwise; and all par
of the State.
ties claiming an Interest in the property here-
any stage of growth after it has inafter described or any part thereof lying
t i WOULD HOGSBE reached a height of twelve or fifteen to-wit:
I CULTURE. The South half of Sections one and two
: .1 1 WOULD LET THEM. inches. It will, however, contain more in the County of Bradford State of Florida, _-
I' t' .in Tbwnshrip 5 South Range 22 East do appear -
I "* Washington, Jan. 31.-The skunk, real feeding value for stock after it to the said bill of complaint on or beI r
I I :In ,the current issue of Farm and has headed out and when the seed is I fore the 6th day of April. 1914. the same being ""
which is represented throughout the a rule day of this Court; and that this '

; Fireside, the national farm paper published country by a\,number of varieties, in the dough, stage. At this stage, order be published once a week for 12 consecutive SEEDS '- SEEDS i
7. I .' yeeks in the Bradford County Telegraph -
at 0. it is too 'hard and for
Springfield Judson.
I genera and species, is an animal ,of a weekly newspaper of general circulation
Welliver, Washington correspondent great economic importance. Its food hcgs. in the said Bradford County Flor POTATOES, BEANS, TOMATOES. CUCUMBERS, t.

j of that publication writes an interesting consists largely of insects, main- ida.WITNESS the Honorable J. T. Wills. MELONS ETC.' Burt or 90 day Seed Oats. Selected, t; 1-
w article about hog cholera. Following KEEPING STRAWBERRY BEDS Judge of said ,Circuit Court and abo my Seed Field Corn f
J fly of those species which are very official signature u well as the seat of the or Field, Pea, Velvet Beans, k-
r is an extract: WARM. Court, this the 31 day of December 1913. at Chufas Peanuts '
t' I destructive to garden and forage Starke Florida. Sorghum, Millet. )

"Hog cholera exists all over the crops. Field observations and laboratory In the Garden'and Orchard department Clerk W. T.Circuit WEEKS Court, WRITE FOR OUR ILLUSTRATED' CATALOGUE. '

world, wherever there are hogs-to examination demonstrate that of a recent issue of Farm and By R A. Weeks. D. C. Reliable Seed for all crops. The oldest established and largest

have it. It was first reported in this ,immense numbers of A. V. LONG AND J. E. FUTCH teed house in Florida. I ','
they destroy Fireside a contributor tells, as follows, 1-9-1St Solicitors for Complainant. ,

,country in Ohio about eighty years white grubs, grasshoppers, crickets, how he, has increased his profits by DARBY MARTIN .,

ago. Once! started in a herd its aver- hornets and other NOTICE OF: ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE.
cut-worms ,
wasps using smudge pots to raise the temp-
age record is about seventy-five. per noxious forms. The alarming increaseof Notice is hereby given that all persons In- 206 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. -;
erature in his garden when the frost
cent of fatalitieS terested in the estate of M. V. Blaekwelder.
4 : the white grub in some localitiesis was likely to cause much damage: deceased, that we. M. A. and J. J. Blackwel- Feb :
.. "Hogs kept in filthy lots, compelled der administrators of said estate will thirty
I largely due to the extermination of "Six years ago I bought one hun- days after date of the first publication of this
:, to sleep in damp places, using filthy I this valuable animal. notice apply to the Honorable Ceo. A. Gardiner -
dred one gallon smudge-pots to use in !!!
troughs, drinking bad water County Judge of Bradford County. Florida
are most
: It is a matter of common observa- my Kentucky peach orchard, but up for an order to sell at private sale for ,:
liable to-the'disease: ; if the the payments of debts the following described
& io.l germ tion where white grubs are particularly to date I have had no occasion to use real estate situated in Bradford County Florida -
hem their (
i ge vitality is so low4tihev. abundant in fields to note little to:wit;
corn them each the buds
as peach
r Uu | .fall-easy victims. For the year SW K of SE% and E# of SE%. Section 26 I II
) T,:%j*JLJg > round holes burrowed in the ground have been killed in Febru- 1
January or Township 5, Range 18.

r-,, ': ho brute\pe it He-'known'would r is be essentially a dude of a animal clean about hills of corn. These are made ary. That early in the season you M.J. A.J. BLACKWELDER.BLACKWELDER FOR A FEW DAYS t tS :;

'i j creation by skunks in their search during the could not smudge as the weather is Administrators of the estate of

if men hadn't demoralized night for these grubs. During the .M. V. Blaekwelder deceased. I I ;
d likely to be cold such a long time.I .
him Jan. 16. 1914 l-16-5t
I by imagining, that he liked filth I ,
recent outbreak of grasshoppers in have been afraid to try them out. ;
;1 and by giving him'too,much of it. ONLY'-S
r Kansas it has been determined that
" "The However, three years ago in my strawberry NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX W
of cholera is
t1 germ very easily DEED UNDER SECTION 8. OF
' in cases of
many a large proportion bed of one acre I placed forty CHAPTER 4888. LAWS OF '
i transported
; 4 ; anything that carries the food of skunks consisted of these FLORIDA.
pots. Berries were in full bloom, and .
dirt. from an'infected lot may start Hereby Notice is riven that R. D. Clavton. cent 1
cholera in another herd. grasshoppers.Some the thermometer got as low as 28 purchaser of Tax Certificates numbered respectively 15per'

.. Live-stock of the most destructive insectsin degrees. I set pots to work when 154, 156 157 and 164 Issued by the
1 cars, transport it; stock shows are my Tar Collector of Bradford County. Flor'da J ft, ,
agriculture are such as do their the thermometer read 34_degrees, andI wK-h of said Certificates bearing date June .
liable too; buzzards, that used to be 5th 1911. has filed said certificates in
work below ground and out of reachof my
raised it to 36 degres while outside'it
i i'r.'tt'
regarded as scavenging servants of office and has made application for TaxI Discount '. f
r' any method that the farmer can read 28 degrees. A stiff wind was >ef'd to issue in accordance wth: law.
humanity, are now considered as dangerous The said Certificates embraces the following .
apply and it i sagainst of these .
many blowing with
disseminators a mixture of sleet and lands in Bradford County. Florida. assessed Otf:
of the disease. that the skunk is an inveterate enemy. at the date of the issuance of said ; .'o _
: snow during the night which caused
in the and under dates
Certificates names the
NOTICE. Notwithstanding all of this, there is some of the bots to boil over. Since respectively hereinafter particularly set forth Belding and Eddy Refrigerators and Chests i ;'

i I 5 Take notice that I will on March probably not an animal that is as then I have frequently suggested the to-wit CERTIFICATE: NO. 164. embraces N14 .of Sold on Liberal Terms or 10 per cent Extra Dii-r t

3rd, 1914, or as soon thereafter as I ruthlessly slaughtered as it this one, possibility of come improvement which acres.NWH assessed of .NEH Hudson See 14.&Tp Dominici.8 S.R 22 E. '20 count for Cash. ; : -',

may be heard apply for a pardon for : whereas it is equally entitled to pro- would hold the heat near the ground. CERTIFICATE NO. 156. embraces NW% of The Manufacturers of these Refrigerators offer

.t.. [ tection with, if not more so than of It would then be SE% See 14. Tp 8. S.R. 22 E. 40 acres assessed us
Perry Williams who convicted a great thing for
was at this
John P. PrattCERTIFICATE Special Discount
the fall 'term of the circuit'court for :I our birdswhich enjoy this privilege.In small fruit as well as for orchards. NO. 157. embraces WU See as we are passing it along

Bradford county. Florida 1913. of 2nd I I some regions, especially in the I failed to state that that year I Unknown.14. Tp 8. S.R. 22 E. 320 acres assessed. to you. Write for catalogue No. 4.

offense liquor selling. desiring : Southeast, the bite of the skunk is picked over seven hundred gallons of CERTIFICATE NO. 164. embraces NW% EMPIRE SCALE AND FIXTURES COMPANY
of Anyone I to of NW %. See 23 Tp 8, S.R. 22 E, 40 acres Z
J may then be heard on the meritsof supposed produce hydrophobia.This berries, and of two other growers assessed Hudson A Dominiei. Liberal Term JACKSONVILLE FLA. Liberal ,
fear is unfounded since it is here that had in the UNLESS CERTIFICATES shall beredeemed Terms rII
the same amount of
according to law. Tax'Deed will issue
f application.William C. Hodges, proved that the bite of a healthly ground, one picked forty gallons, and thereon on the ISth' day of March A.D.- Feb'202t'f' //J

Fel>13-2t Attorney for Petitioner. skunk is no more serious than similar the other one brought into town two 1914. W. T. WEEKS. rI

/1 wounds caused by other agencies I cases of rots."- I Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford Co, Fla. I :

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\ SOUTH NEGLECI'ED.N. lands this is not entirely true. Of ing that verifies the .
.' :tt R claims of spiritual Cold Facts. The dates for the twenty-fourth Tims'* Changes, f/, "
i' ';t Millions Spent by National Govern. the more than 3,000,000 acres so irrigated phenomena. Dowsing, or searchingfor The attorneys for the plaintiff I In I f Why Is It that Jaws which worked m
convention of the United Confederate
only about one third are hidden water suit before Federal Judge Smith Me- very well fifty oro sixty are
i r&* went to Reclaim Arid West. ore, by means cf a years ago ,
o ,'\ .,. government lands, the remainder divining rod (a Y-shaped twig froma Pbervon of Iowa were attempting to Veterans, scheduled to take t being discarded? .Why Is It that laws'which -
: t : News from Washington indicates being the property of individuals, corporations tree) is now receiving careful at- introduce the into of the record of the case place in Jacksonville, were yesterdayat ,I a quarter century ago would I
diary the deceased
mother of hare been laughed down are getting
: tt I:I that the neglect of the South in land Indians, states, and even tention. A dowsing rod in the handsof the defendant wbich contained references a meeting of the Jacksonville Reunion upon the books of.; every state in the .

,;t: j:: : ,reclamation work continues while the railroads. In fact, in some projects a suitable medium will discover to a love affair between her Association, held in the trade Union? Why is it'that there are new

.; U.tJ': Far West is getting more and more where millions have been spent every water and minerals. New York daughter a widow. and the defendantalso I idea in teaching new Ideas, about the '

.4 it'f-Y goverment aid and consideration. acre is private land, the government I I World. dead against whose estate the body building, changed to May 6, 7, liberty of the Individual. new Ideas -

t i,. !\ The national government has expended advancing the money for the work I suit was brought/ The com finally 8, just one week later than had been about a man's relationship with Bis I

: : \ approximately $75,000,000 on and then doinf it. She Shuffled. He Cut. ruled tbat the diary might/ be admitted previously announced. The official neighbor? Why is it. In Fh"rt. that
, At's country ball a f.inner had but before so ruling be told the there is a vast discontent witb old Institutions -
{c :: the reclamation of a little" over 3,000- Bonds to the extent of $20,000,000and a pretty coquette for tbe next engaged Jury this story: dates named as April 29, 30 and May and old frays? It I I" because -

: f 000 acres of arid land in the Far bearing three per cent interest dance. but a gallant captain coming "Down In my country." said Judge 1, were made during the visit of Gen.j the world has outgrown the government ,

,: f:, West. It has spent nothing for,the have been issued by the United States along persuaded the young lady tu McPherson "Bill Leveridge was try- Bennett H. here the Ideas the bablts of thought '

: : reclamation of the 75,000,000 acres oft to provide additional funds for continuing : cancel her previous engagement in favor Ing to keep from paying his landlord Young, that fitted easily and serenely enough .

t !; swamp and overflowed lands of theE these irrigation projects, and of himself. Tbe farmer overbearing the rent due on the farm he bad been December. Since that time a large Into the Jives of our great grandpar.ents. .

still more for the conversation went to a card working. It was necessary for Bill's number but which arc creating in their
I I' country, the most of which are in the appropriations the same requests have been made to
table and sat down attorneys to show that the winder bad Joints now. Life to.lay is a very different -
to a ot
central purpose are being asked for. game the commander-in-chief
.t and asking
1 ., \ southern states. whistA been an especially hard one. To prove thing from life fifty of: sixty
.- : ,': Secretary Lane of the Interior Department Besides .this the Interior Depart few minutes later the captain the extent of the difficulties under i the date be changed. It was found years ago.-Toledo Blade. .

t .F: which has the irrigation ment has contracted with the Pacific stepped up to the young lady to excuse which Bill bad labored Bill's diary that many young business people, r. 4

V5 ,1 work in charge, favors an appropria- coast states, Oregon, Washington and himself. 'as be had forgotten that he was Introduced and among other entries notably those employed by banks over A Map Tbat Failed. I J

':,- 1 :t tion of $100,000,000 for additional California, to undertake additional irrigation was already engaged to another. Miss laid before the Jury was this: the South, would be denied the chanceof The French National library In the .:

:,,.pi work, but has said nothing in favor projects, the states and the Coquette. much chagrined. then made 'Nov. 27.-(Jround froze on *this" attending the reunion, if such Rue de Richelieu: Pads is full of wonders ; I
; date and stayed frozen all winter! for of One of
the lovers history.
,1 i ? ,of public appropriations to aid in the government each to bear one-half the tracks for the whist table hoping to should be held around the first of the
I :" secure her first Saturday Evening PostA its treasures is a map of North and
c ; work of flood protection and the re expense. Secretary Lane has agreedto Nodding to the partner.farmer and with her month.-Jacksonville ,iTimes-Union. South America as :French possessions. ':.

:. r'clamation of the swamp and over- set aside $4,000,000 from the reclamation face covered with smiles. she sweetly Guileless Chinese Artist -shipment'of- The map is dated i3i4.( and here is the
:! ;, flowed lands of our section. fund to co-operate with the said: In tbe fourth century A. O. there vegetables are. explanation of It: Catherine de Medi-
state of Oregon in the construction of "1 lived in China an artist who was al.:o now going out. over the Sarasota cis. the queen of Fit-cry IL and motherof
.With a Southern mar in the President's think. sir. that It is time to take
irrigation and a poet. Ills name was Ku R'ai Chib branch of the Seaboard mainly from Francois II.. Ctnrles I. and Henri A
: :: chair, a southern man as Speak- power projects, the our places.
In London IlL, dreamed once -of the conquest of :
there Is Manatee
'. a painting a long county.
: f of the House, and both Houses of state to appropriate a similar amount. The old farmer in the act ot dividing Thursday night'snorthbound
She named
er scroll which for at least a thousand the two Americas even
The only reason why the South is the pack for the next dealer. courteously fast freight was a double- li:1
". !-\ Congress sC'uthern in politics and.the years has been treasured as his work. header viceroys one for Jicrtb America and ;
.. g. : : control in the hands of southern men, not-receiving similar aid, in the reclamation replied: and. though that cannot be proved. it sixty-nine refrigeratorcars the other for Sourb America. They J

: it seems a crime,that nothing is being of its lowlands is becausethe "No. MLss S. I mean to keep my'present is in all probability by his and Friday night's train was were on their way to the new world .' j
place. ladies
'. ,' done for land reclamation in the southern representatives in Con- ."Liverpool Mercury. shuffle' 1cut. hand. One day. we are told. be In composed of fifty-five cars, The government's when the queen's audacious plan

: t South and Central West. gress have not demanded the necessary trusted to a friend a chestful: of paintings pre-cooling car from the through because of events at tell'J J
f, which be bad collected. For bet Agricultural Department is steadily at The queen however had a map : I
-ir.o Are and Senators legislation; and the reason our The Bell her
; our Representatives I Bird. ter security be fastened the lid ot the work near the Palmetto showing projected possessions J 3
r: asleep at the switch? representatives have not made this The most remarkable thing in connection chest and sealed the fastening with a this the depot. By der the French fillg -N w;York Sun. -

':i The situation is all the more pathetic demand because we have not told with the bell bird is its powerful seaL The friend however coveted process, contents of the cars I
voice. it utters are brought down to the proper tem of the Czar. t.The .
: ;, when it is recalled that the reclamation them to make it. a clear metallic the paintings and bit on the simple Car
j of' the and overflowed Are our representatives asleep at note that can be beard at a dis'tance of expedient of removing the" bottom of perature before starting, and the ice private car uf the czar of Rus- t

swamp the switch three miles. Its noise is like that produced tbe box and so abstracting them., is simply to maintain that temperature. ala is said to be practically dynamite ;J
,,, or are we ones
lands and their from floods
protection by a blacksmith bis proof. and owing: to Its weight could
' '.. 'I need awakening! striking an. When the box was restored to Ku Under the old ystem the upper if.
mean much more to the whole United viL Sometimes it repeats its notes in E'ai Chib be broke the seal and found art of the load remained comparativewarm not be -run on most of the European f '

L States than the reclamation,of a few A PRIMITIVE a PEOPLE. quick succession sometimes at fairly it empty. But be suspected no theft for three or four days and lines. The car Is tiegnntly famished
million acres prom the desert. It long intervals. There is no mistake and expressed no surprise. Beautiful and also contains a I'uapel.; where pray '
some products had to be picked before nftVrnl for his safety. Tbe .
about ers
the am
voice of this bird It is loud
'fJ ; paintings he said. communicate with
hundred million dollars
means many Nation 'of Wild Men Found Within and piercing and would be beard ripe to keep them from spoiling. As czar U'U\.I" '%'nii .ouiy one chef who Is "- :
:: JI in annual crops, the saving of more Borders of United States. above supernatural beings. They had changed it is well along tu stud Woo served his .
the din produced by every, Inmate their form and fiown away like men no longer necessary to leave an years
4 U ',than a hundred million dollars a year father and for awhile tbe grandfather
of the air t
zoo raising its voice at when they Join the immortals.-Louis space,heavier loads can be carriedto
1' in.flood losses, the prevention of many San Diego, CaL Feb. 16.-Former once. Except for a space of naked Binyoo in Atlantic. ) each. car.-Sarasota Times., otthe. present, German emperor.. Ii "

r t : deaths. in floods -and of many more expositions have shown wild men and skin on the throat and around the I .. t I _

: needless deaths' and inestimable suf- women from the Antipodes, but it has eyes which during the breeding season French Detective's Revenge -

fering due to malaria and other disease remained for the San Diego Exposition is of green color. this bird is pure M. Calchas. the famous French ..detective

caused by the existence of 'to find a whole nation of wild white. The contrast between'the sexes was noted for his skill as a j1PoPUIAR C I
in the bell birds Is extreme for WHEN
swamps. men within the borders of the United while the male is "sbadower. Having quarreled for administrative
white the female
: J There is pending in Congress a States, a whole vast area where nothing is brownish Darwin reasons with M. Leplne I
green. refers during tbe tatters reign, at the
f measure that would do for the South has progressed since before the invasion to the bell bird when be pointsout be threatened to have his Yen prefecture .. & !H you k

w and Central West all that the' Reclamation of Mexico by Cortez in 1517. that '"whIte is a very rare color in geance. 800ILLUSTEA
. or Irrigation Act has done This area is in northeastern Arizona, terrestrial species of moderate size "It's no use trying to kill me." wild i ,

: for the airid West. It is the bill and the Santa Fe Railwy will cover and inoffensive habits."-Pall Mall Gazette tbe prefect ireuially "I am too wI'! THINKINSURANCE
rt (HJL8189 Senate 7194) presented in ten acres of ground at the Exposi-. looked aftei for that" t

t the House by Speaker Clark and in the tion with as ,close a copy of ,this I "I've' H much ht'ttf'rlnd less obvloii \ \t
> Kept the Opposition Busy., plan than that*" retorted the detective
Senate by Senator John Sharp WillAiafllS country as ,is possible to produce. Tie only instance known wherein an "Just wait mill setA *..- Popular Mechanics OF

of Mississippi. This is knownas This locality is known as the Paint- employee was paid by his employer for week later .M. elllt'halllppeared in Magazine j

the Clark-Williams flood protection ed Desert. It's a land where no white gambling occurred in New Orleans. the prefeit's Ntmiy and presented an *WRITTEN M YOU CAN imKOTANDrr* ,

- and drainage bill and is supported man has dared attempt agricultureor Walter Lamana. a child of wealthy ominous dif-ninent It was tbe record A CREATCs.ti.dStr.I the WotW'e I '

1 by the National Drainage Congress mining, where there is nothing but Italians. was kidnaped. and the interest of U. LepnifH doings day by da,. at Pro.r-which you may begin reathn :

. i whose next 'annual meeting is to be the Indian his ancient civilization unaltered was intense throughout the gulf hour by hour almost! ,minute by minute tivaiAVlwcA any time. aDd. You which are UViug will hold n the lour est ,.
ceast country. since tlii-ir IIIt interview, and it rear.of the most wonderful age of what a ,
.: j held at Savannah, Ga., April 22-25, living in six story houses of The staffs of with
two leading morn. was rather a wan smile that the A resident
at Mars
would .
N '1911 100 rooms without an outside door, lug dailies were engaged in "clra w" I prefect penned it. Satisfied ,with his 1 FOR ONE gladly YEAR'S pq- THINK : f i

The Clark-Williams bill is not in doing the same things in the same after hours when the city editor of : characteristic vengeance the detective $ ,000 SUBSCRIPTION I (

. conflict with either the Newlands I way his forefathers did for centuries one of them was called out. He summoned assured !1. Leplne that the "dossier" to this magazmeinorder to keep Informed of .. ,ll
our progress in Engineering ,
River Regulation. the Randsdell- before white men came to America. a reporter. for that week would not be given to Are you reading it? Two millions Mechanics.of your OF
"Get back in there and play at thepaper's the world. Paris Cor London Tel neighbors are. and it is the favorite '.
\ k ; mag- ', .
, J: Humphrise Levee bills. It makes immediately Comparatively few white men have sine in thousands of the best American If

{. -4 .available about $30,000,000 penetrated this district None has remained It lively.expense! be hissed. Make- graph. young homes.-It men appeals and all classes-old and l '!

". for flood protection and drainage work, there. At long intervals a The reporter raised 'em and hoisted A Bird With Hands.In The gives"Shop e&811r811 lIota"to do Department tangs-how(20 page) JACK DAVIS :

: t" placing the expenditure of this sum scientist has penetrated the fastnessesof "em and lifted 'em for an hour 4 the forests of British Guiana. useful articles for name and shop repairs tomato,etc. ).
; &. in the Department of the interior.. It the red and yellow hills. Indians Then the game was broken up ,by says the London Globe. lives the bo- *make Amateur iLiaslon.echaaica"furniture(10 wireless pages outfits)tellahowto,boat:

- 'c, ( is, in reality, an extension of the emerge from it occasionally, but they cries of "Extra! Extrar and the staff actzln. a singular bird whose young I en ne...magic. god aU tIe tUngs boy lore! STARKE
of the other paper read with emotion possess a free claw at the end of each .$1.10 YUIL SINGLE COPIES 15 cans
Arid twmdmkrto _
t"M : Land Irrigation act to include invariably return. Their homes are mur bow na that the body o'f the child bad been wing which they use almost as the _WHITE FOB THa.SAMPLE: COPY TODAY
; flood protection and drainage in the the identical buildings erected man.y -
found. monkey uses his bands in tree'climb POPULAR MECHANICS
- IJi South and Central West and to put all centuries ago. Their pottery is the There was a ten dollar check from ing. The nest of the hoactzin: is in a ala W.Wulii eeae &j.CHICAGO CO -

- of the country on an equal footing. same, used for the same purpose and the editor io the reporter's envelopenext tree overhanging the water and the

. : The Clark-Williams bill provides in the same manner. Their customs pay day.-New York Tribune. young. unlike most birds, are active fljw t:4L

4 that the Secretary of the Interior and tribal laws remain unchangedsince from tbe first The outermost quill XOBODY .

shall make surveys and plans for flood when no man knows to the Fifty Yards.on the Head. feathers of the wing which might SPARED. ,SMOKE

protection and drainage projects; that contrary. They irrigate small patchesof The curious miter shaped headdressworn hamper the free use of the' claws du: Kidney Troubles ,Attack Starke Men ,
not grow much until the rest of the
_( he undertake the construction of grain just as did their forefathers.The by women of quality in Spain '
may is and Women, Old and Young.
during the middle is described wing strong enough/ to make climb- .
if-} the work with the consent of the landowners country repels even the hardy "The Queens of Aragon.ages by E. ing less necessary. Then they grow A.P.H.

J and states, the cost to be re prospector. Trees, except those petri- Miron. It consisted of an nndercoif out. and the claws are absorbed. Tbe Kidney ills seize young and old.

- );.J I paid by a tax upon the lands, assessed fied into stone, are not seen. No with plaited edges covered by a sec adult bird does not need them. Should Often come with little warning. : '

-"& and collected by the' state authorities two hills are of the same color. The ond resembling a Phrygian or Catalan a young hoactzin fall into the water it Children suffer, in their. early CIGAR'SM.ade 4.ii

\ 't ; or he may turn: the plans over very rocks are variegated in hue. cap. the flat point falling over like makes for the shore and seizes a years-

'Jf.-F to, the owners or 'states for them to The pitiless sun scorches all vegeta- that of a nightcap./ These miters sup branch. up which it quickly climbs. Can't control the kidney secretions. in :Starke
posed to be of oriental : .
I, carry into effect. It provides that the tion encouraged by the winter and' origin were Introduced S Girls are languid, nervous, suffer ii
into Spain by Beatrice of The Oldest Epigram.An .
#, .Secretary of the Interior may purchase springs rains.Members Snabia queen of Ferdinand the saint ; epigram must pass through many pain. 1WUWu1

the drainage 'bon4s issued by of the Santa Fe exploring of Castile. Very hot and heavy they hands and /Ret much polishing before it Women worry, can't do daily work.

the state or drainage district, at par, party declare the Painted Dese t must have been considering that is a perfect jewel. Ton may remember Men have lame and aching, J backs.If -
to supply the needed funds. It provides rivals the wonderful Grand Canyonof sometimes as much as fifty yard of says the London Chronicle, how .

f for co-operation between two the Colorado in grandeur and beau. material were used to make them. Oscar Wilde sent ion the stage) the you have any form of kidney ills

of of A second They were fastened under tbe chin bya man of the world through the drawingroom You must reach the cause-the
1 or more states in the construction ty scenery. party has ribbon or band. The same writer door with the epigram, "There is

interstate drainage or flood protection been sent into it to gather materialfor refers to the silver bed ladders used one thing I never could resist; that b kidneys.
!" I projects. It provides for cooperation the great exhibit the railway will for climbing into the high medieval temptation." But yoo'may trace It Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak

g (' between the Departments install at the San Diego Expositionto beds. from the garden: of Eden where the

t of War and the Interior when the contain everything possible to I I masculine plea for meicy" was that the kidneys- I

.., question of navigation is involved. bring from that region, a territory An Extraordinary Projectile.! "woman tempted roe. The following testimony proves:

In fact the Clark.,Williams bills will that seems to have been forgotten by A child's struggles with tbe Intricate Earthquake Records.An their worth:
facts of history are sometimes almost HONEST AND
provide for the systematic, comprehensive Nature herself. average of 186 earthquakes a P. Y. Smith, 1206 Alachua Ave.,
as a matter to him as the battles -
and speedy reclamation of of which he reads. The results. year bis bwn recorded at the seismo-- Gainesville, Fla., says: "One of my PRICE LSRUBMYTISM: -
WHAT IS RIGHT. lo; cal observatory of Rocco di
and overflowed lands and their Papa.
I -
swamp humor
however. are not always without : family was troubled with severe headaches
protection from disastrous floods. It Farm and Fireside, in its curren issue as a story in Everybody'aMaga.zine near Rome during the last twelve ,I
years. Of this nnmberf(forty-four have for a number of She
:;i will be passed and the South will receive contains the following: shows. originated within a distance of sixty ,years. -
A small boy banded in the followingin also complained a great deal of
the consideration to which this An Oregon reader writes in, saying five mile**. while C'ibty.five: bad their painin

4 great and rich and largely undeveloped that belief in the water witch is not a an examination paper In United source more IliaD tOW miles .wa,. her back adn was very nervouse.
States history: '
and neglected section of the countryis popular,error, that there are "plenty "General Braddock was killed in tbe When Doan's Kidney Pills' were; ', Will'cure your Rheumatism 4'

;i entitled. But this will not be done of people who can and have located Revolutionary war. He bad three More Appropriate. brought to her attention she used them Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps,

; until our Southern Senators andRepre- water under the surface of the earth." horse shot under him. and a fourth "Shine 'em up. sir' cried the young and after a short time the pains left Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts and
bootWac1.I'll polish 'em so's kin
sentatives awake to a realization of "Halle, Germany, Sept. 22.-The went through his clothes." see yer face In "em. sir you an dthe headaches were removed." Burns,Old Sores,Stings of Insects

,our interests and give :their support congress of ssientists for the purposeof '"Thanks my good lad. but I'm entirely Price SOc, at all dealers. Don't Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne,used infernally .

:; to Speaker Clark and Senator' Williams testing the efficiency ,of the divining Moss Bread.A tati"fiwt to my feet in tbem." simply ask for a kidney remedy-get : and externally. Price 25c.

in procuring this or some similar rod in discovering underground kind of bread is made along/ the replied F'ugz.; and on be went-BostonTranscript I. Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that; ,

: i ar bill springs of water and mineral depositshas Columbia river l by tbe Indians from n Mrs. Warren had. Foster- Iilburn I To Prevent' Blood Poisoning
moss that: /grows 110 the sprint fir tret ipply at once the wonder?il old reliable aIL '. '
Are our representatives in Congress decided to organize an interna- This moss is prepared by pl.tdo:? it In Good Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.Advertisement. PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING 011.,a snrZical ,
asleep at 'the switch t/t is the main tional asssociation., Tests conducted: j ( dressing that relieve pam and teals ate ;
heaps. spnnLliD!; it ,with wnter and i "Is Dibble a man who can be depended same tune. :Not i liniment. :sc.SOc.Jl.J. !
..- trouble with ourselves? If we want under the supervision. of the congressby permittine; it to frnbt-nt Then it is on to give a good account of -- -- ",".
relief we must speak in no uncertain divining potash veins the existe-ve I rolled into> fi-itl! HI l I.i i<> no a man's himself in an emercency?*

tones and demand it. That is how of which was confirmed by mine maps |f I bead and thre art' kiked in pits "Yesafter the emergency has pass- .f MMm MBMMBi

,the people' of the Far West obtained of coal deposits, and of water courses. ed."-Birmingham Age-Elerald.S .

kA; I their great appropriations. We will One expert found a leak in the city D an gerou S. Bradford County I
"I am thinkia of tourinz in :South Jailbirds.It .
continue to be overlooked so long as water main. '
Africa next "t "smirked the i-o Is estimated that in tbe United
''we remain and The c'ongress received authenticated '
supine complacent. ,
States 132 persons"out of 100.000 are .i
m$ ,The U. Reclamation Service has reports that southwest African'farm- my aTJriie Hwt.In'I't. repliwl In prison on any given day In Italy Abstract Company

established every precedent needed. ers are finding water regularly ly the villain "An iKtri'h ..?!: ww:!li*. 217. and in the United Kingdom 46.

Although the general opinion is that means of the divining rod.. The con- from two, to thrfr: .xtM-J !
1 the arid lands reclaimed by this SerVice congress of scientists for the purpose Tit-Bits. Be true to vnnr word and your work Land- Titles Real Estateidtfft&3Mk
,Investment' -
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: have been, government owned the line, scientific research is progress- your Boyle O'ReillY. -
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MEN I Best ,TreatmentS in advance. ,. .. -';' .
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County News Items for the Least Cost TAX. COLLECTOR. P* Jy v- -

I hereby announce that I aa a candidate l .
V'A11. Childrenare
{ \ : for re-election to the office of Tax Collectorfor S \ .Growing;
-I My. specialty Is Bradford county and solicit the votes of ,
treating diseases all Democratic electors. I promise if /t" dependent on nourishment for growth. -
:; Interesting facts Gathered During the Week by Our of Hen. Jean give discharge the duties of the office faithfully.B. health as men and women b largely.

Regular,Correspondents. you rod benefit M. COWLING. .
in .
> \ : prompt relief,
.A t .& because my 'vastezpcrtcncctollace FOR COUNTY TREA RER.- Li iTheit d is languid, .bloodless, tired when rising, With.'

V I hereby announce myself a candidate for '1 rosy cheeks,.Scott Emulsion is a .wonderful
:' Ju.twIJ. .tJ'ouwoo the democratic nomination for the office of :' nature's'grandest: body-building fats so

,: .. LAKE BUTLER church. .Full report ,later. to :you county treasurer of Bradford county, Florida 1. sted that the blood absorbs its strength
STEONG, HEALTH subject to the action of the white, .democratic
Miss Eva is assisting her and carries it to organ and tissue and fibre. ;
Douglas every
'Rev. W. H. Tuck lecturer'and cd VIGOKCUS. voters at next primary election. "I solicit -
a '
; 1 mother, Mrs. Sarah Douglas, the postmistress & ,\ I TrfU con- the support of every voter of the county and First it iricrcases their appetite,then'it add fle*} ten3thentha i I,
i' (;: .edu ato.r, gave a lecture at the"schoolauditorium in the mea :yoathat I promise you faithful, service if elected. bone -make* them Hurd,;active and h a1thy. : llam
postoffice. 'T. F. RIVERS. :
;:1 c on Monday 'night The' -,, $\i j and other meetings Mr. Lockwood editor of the Lake : J3.i9
cold 1
night being X'iIit not accept FOR COUNTYTREASURER.. ..
taking place in the city at the same Butler "Star," is very ill with what yea for treatment. In view of I hereby announce that XI 'am a candidate: : .. i.?:

time interfered somewhat with: the appears to 'be a bad bilious attack. my _uccessf my standing as a for nomination for the office of county treasurer -.e -
physician, and the FOUESIOST SPECIALIST of Bradford county subject to the action
: \ audience.. The lecturer, howeverroseto. Mr. George Epperson and.his son, OX DISEASES CF MEN fOUIhould of the democratic voters at the next primary WOODROW*'THOMPSON., olOHNS-McCORlICK.
election. I solicit the .A"
rapport all" the c -
I .the occasion. He said that he1 was Caude, are busy making and repairing let me explain not besUate to yon to the give wonderful DO a call,yet democratic electors in the county and promise Little Woodrow: son of Mr. and Mrs. The .h me.of'J. D. McCormick, Jr.,

: blessed with a good sense of imagina shipping boxes for strawberris. simple methods I employ in restoring if faithfully.elected,'to_discharge the duties of the office J. F. Thompson. died"Wednesday', February was the" 'scene of 'a typical wedding 4 ;

:j .tion, .which would stand him in good They expect'to have several hundred the dangerous.weak and sick to foil health. Delaysare -W.. W. ROBERTS. 11, 1914, atthe age of 13 months Sunday afternoon. when Mr. E. C. ,

stead on the present occasion. He ready before the height of the straw- and 1 day, after an illness of only Johns led to', Hyman's altar Miss

gave a masterly talk on "Facts and berry season, yet he fears that "914" BLOOD POISON "606"Prof. LAWTEY four days. Mary. McCormick, and. werVunited in. J;

1 Fancies. The lecture dealt with religion there will not be enough. Thereare Lawtey, Feb. 18.-A said accident Little Woodrow was the joy .and the holy bonds of matrimony. 4
in its effect on life and charac- on the market some of the largest. Ehrllch's SALVARSAH (608 or which caused the"death of Mrs. 'William -
I comfort' of the Thompson home and Mr;; E. C.. Johns is one of: our mostmodelyonngirien
ter. It was interspersed with serious strawberries I have ever seen at the: 914), the POSITIVE CCBE for BLOOD Muse, occurred Sunday morning '\t
i POISON. It yon have sores ulcers, will be sadly missed 'by the grief ? possessed with'all fq !;
and humorous anecdote. Rev. truck at ,j her home, about 'three miles '
4, season.A mucous patches copper-colored spots, -
: +J bone pains,falling stricken family.. .All that'tender;,loving the.; liti s.tht: go to make. good .
: ; is a minister of the Methodist church, enrollment at sore throat pimples west of Lawtey. In some manner her .
large expected
halreruptlonsorothersjmptomsof this husband. He deserves great credit Ii ;
hands and faithful
physician .
he is educationaland clothes caught fire the heater. a
but at an from
the Normal course, which will commence loatcsomo disease,let me give you thjs for the active partthat h<3 has taken ,
lecturing tour. The lecture was now FAMOUS CUBE. Results are rveloos. Sh I'. ran out of the house and tried could do'was done for .him, but: only
March 2. Mr. G. H. Wil-
under the auspices ,of the High on Ail symptoms vanish as In'T I''it.) reach :i mud hole near ,the house death could relieve his suffering. Mr. along! the' Christian lines, being a 'I
liams, the principal of the Raiford magic I have NEVER had a sinjr strong member and J5ciooL with this wonderft but fell before *' and Mrs. nba'veth'e: deepest .
Junior High School will assist Prof. failure to cure rea hing it. Her .
SALVARS church also a teaclter in Sunday ;
lose the
4 .. Angel D. Zacarias is beautifying his remedy genuine I clothes were completely burned from sympathy of the entire community in ,
Draper. There were a splendid per- ((606 or 914), imported from Prof. SchooL He :is a strawberry '
store.. Our local artist,. Mr. H. Blake centage 'of at the teachers' Ehrlich's laboratories. Call or write for her body, which'was' so badly burn- their' bereavement grower. ; .
passes &nfonnaUou.
I has painted a portrait of '"Jimmy" examination from the Lake Butler ed 'that she died about sundown* of Darling Woodrow thou hast left us", ;Miss Mary McCormick is one' of -

Angel's dog on the, safe Jimmy Normal There is no reason why the Dr.'Geo. L. Dickerson the same day. Her husband was at Never more to know'our lave; our: ,.model young ladies of high .;.
well pleased with the work. 111W.ForsythStrcet his home a few hundred yards Christian ,virtues and 'bel ngs to the4 ::.f'
; seems boys and girls should gO further when parents But we hope to meet our darlii g'

Mr. Zacarias is adding a stock of such good work is done at home. JACKSONVILLE(Next to Barnett:,Bank: ): FLA. away, at:the time.. Medical aid.Was In a better world above.'A'Friend..' Baptist church. She is :also noted, ::'

dry goods tolls store. Already there : promptly secured and all that 'could ": for_ her patience ,and perseverence in .
The ladies of the Civic helda .
i the homel ,
-. is'a fine assortment on the shelves. be done for the suffering woman was t g

The revival meeting in connection social at the residence of Mrs. P. M. done.' The deceased leaves a husband '. This home was also the'scene'of a If

Pagett. Great credit is due these tended the quarterly meeting here Scares Him.-- ... :
with the Disciple church will continue and three little children besides other like' occurrence oh the, third Sunday _

; ;'. another ,week. Good congregations public sprited ladies for 'their workof Saturday.CoL relatives and friends 'to mourn 'her We are not surprised thai man.getSnervous infJanuary; when Mr. Andrew Billiard :
at his own w c dtDg.. .It is .<
are attending these services. Four beautifying the city. They met A. S. Crews and wife, passed untimely death. The body was 'in all led to the alter MissBessie McCormick -
probably the first time be ever, saw, ,
k baptisms: took place ,at the creek on with the councifthen with a view to through here Sunday on their way. to terred {it' Maxville Monday. the bride's Hn lined, up. Chicago :, a' younger daughter of Mr. J: -

Sunday morning, the ceremony being arranging' the gates of the park to Starke.W. The death of Benjamin F. Perry News. '*' D.. McCormickj Jr. .

performed by Rev. Mullady. There prevent cows and other animals made from to S. Graham visited his family occurred at the home of' hisS mother, I ..- '"- '' The young people will gn atly.miss

i- will be several additions to the'church. entering. A promise was at_ Starke Sunday. Mrs. :Ely Griffis, near here Sunday them,'lor:they were great leadersin, :

S The Methodist church has installed have this done in a few days. 'at about o'clock.' He ORDER FOR PUBLICATION..
has the lumber the morning 2:30 social circles and much loved fortheir.
S. W. Tillis on 'to\-
The Lake Butler High School Basket In Circuit Court. 8th Judicial'Circuit.. Bradford
new Cole heating stove of large I had been confined to his. room for 5 / '
.t a will Raiford Satur- ground for the remodeling xof his County. Florida. .kind and loving disposition; toward( alb z.
dimensions. This stove will heat the Ball team play on several months and hiS"'dOath 'was C. M. Alvarez Complainant.
I" home here on Main street. They: are at home at hiS father's place, if
church to its most remote corner.f day, on .the Raiford grounds. not unexpected. The deceased 'was vs. \ .
-. B. Cason entertained few Coemo: Alvarez' Mrs- Florence E, Alvarez, H. S. Hi11 aril.on: Wat. roak.
C. a
Mrs. '
$ Mr. Harper, the last correpondent S about 26 years of age and was a e -nL "" --
# RAIFORDMr. of her young ,friends at her home Bill to remove cloud "quiet title and correct Rev1111: : ; : Strickland,' pastor of' #
; for the "Telegraph, has been employed member of the Woodmeirxof .the. description in deed. '
in the dry goods business in Rai Stallings, editor of the Brad- Friday night and aftera few hours World. 'The funeral services were con- 'TO ALL WBOM'IThrlAY; CONCERN Lawtey' ; Baptist church, o.ffi.ciated.'in

S .: ford for some.time., Two weeks ago ford County Times, was here on business spent and games the guestsall ducted by Rev. Olin 'Bpggess' at his It appearing by GREETING the sworn: bill of complaint both instances. We"' wish them'much

he was compelled to go:home, being Monday.Mrs. voted a' very pleasant evening., late home Monday morning" and the persona! in interested the above in the eauaeo property*that there describedin are happiness .U.FI :the- path of life.:

in a very sick condition. Feeling C. B. Cason visited Lake Mr. L Sapp was a business visitorto body was buried at Kingsley cemeteryby this bill of Complaint. and involved in this IN'CIRcuIT.5,
: : 8TH'roDt.CIAL
suit other than the known defendants, and -5
.. ". i.. '. somewhat better..he returned to his Butler Monday. Jacksonville Thursday.The the side of his father by the members the'names and residences of such personsarennknon CIRCUIT: OF FLORIDA ",*. S

.': work, but on Monday his illness returned CoL Floyd Green, of New: River, Raiford High School will have of Lawtey Camp Non159, ; W. '0: to the complainant. and that in BILL BRADFORD COUNT-.- .*
said bill relief is prayed against such unknown 'FOg'DiVORC. ,
t an dhe had to leave off again was in t
.Mr. is E. cashier of J. P. Par- 27. They have a interesting '' I Therefore it is- ordered that all parties vs.' ,
and come home. Harper an Byrd, February very Mr,.Walter Thede of Superior! \ .is., claiming'aa interest in the property hereinafter J. P.Hobby. v

.., energetic man, alive to the good of menter's & Co.'s Bank, of Worthington program and every one ,is is a guest at the home of his parents described or any part thereof under : "NOTICETO 'APPEAR. .
which he lives. Mr. and Mrs.J. Joseph: T. Dillaberry.: deceased. J. G. Alvarez THE STATEOF FLORIDA.;
of the community in visited his parents, cordially invited. this, week, after' an ,absence of 17 deceased or either of them or otherwise: and To *"P. Hobby Greeting: .' .
We trust that he'will soon amend. C. Byrd, Saturday and Sunday. The Ladies Aid Society are arranging I all parties claiming an interest in the property .It having been 'shownJiy.:affidavit"that the .
years.. .' hereinafter' described 'or any ,part thereof Defendant, J., P. Hobby non-resident of the .
jZ There were eight additions to the The play at the Methodist churchwas for a play to be given at the Rev.'Olin Boggess 'was a vis lying and being In the City of SUrke,':Brad State of Florida; and. the' residence' of said

'. 'f- Baptist church on Sunday. Rev. S. S. a splendid success and the church Baptist church Tuesday evening, Feb. Jacksonville Wednesday. ford County, State of Florida' to-wit;, .1 Defendant ia at :Meon, Georgia and that
465 feet Eeast and 60 feet North said Defendant is over'the age .twenty-one,, '
; ;;( Proctor preached two good sermons, realized a neat little sum from ,the 24th, proceeds to go for the benefit of Mrs.. Mary. Todd of Provincetown, and South bounded on South by'- laud of'E. 1, Je&l'. .- ,
S There will be Johns,"on East by Street 'on .West by 'W.neofSEl4ofNW4See.28Tp.6S.R.22 i It is therefore ordered considered and ad .
morning and evening. proceeds. said church.Dr. the winterat
Mass., but who spending E. I judged that the Mid .Defendant. I. P Hobby
, about thirty additions to the Methodist Miss Clark, of juniper Florida, is J. Bigham preached two power- Fort, Myers;. was .a,guest at the on North by land Jacob Johns in the City of do' appear to the Complainant's.'Bill of Complaint
.-' church.Mr. Stark,' do appear to the said But of-Com-. herein on or before the 23rd day of -
result of the Culpepper the of Miss Nannie Andrewsthis the Methodist
church as a guest ful sermons at home of.Mrs.. .' M. E. Edwards Tues-. -plaint on or'before the 4th day of May. 1914 I March A.D. 1914. In' default whereof a decree"
b meetings. Many other of the'converts week. T. H. Howard and Mr. Ed. P. andWednesday. ,the same being a rule day of this court. .1 pro confesso will be entered against. the said
F day
And this order be published week!for '
t once a J.P.HObbY.: ;+ .
; i. :' have joined the Disciple and Baptist The Methodist Conference convened Rigdon were received into membership Mid Annie1 Brown Edwards is 12 consecutive .weeks in Bradford t',County I I :'It is farther ordered that this 'notice be

;. churched A Methodist baptism will, here Saturday and Sunday. The pulpit at the close of .the morning .ser- spending several weeks. with friends Telegraph, a weekly.lIewspaper'-of'rentral published ,in the B/adford County Telegraph,
( circulation in said
published Bradford County.j a newspaper published at Starke,.in Bradford
. t y. D. V., take place pn the second Sun- was. fined Saturday morning and in Louisville,:'Macon, and other towns Florida.'I county Florida once each'week for five. consecutive -.

!*: day in March. There will be about evening by Pastor Logan Sunday vice.The work of ceiling the Methodist Georgia.' :J* of, WITNESS sad Circuit the Court Honorable and J.also.T. Wills my. official judge I "t IN: .WITNESS'WREREO..Fr weeks. I'"We''hereunto' .

immersions the remainder will morning and evening by Presiding at Anew signature as well as the seal of this Court I set ,
: ? eight i church will take place once. Profs, Jet and Williams principalsof Tny hand and affixed the seal 'of our i-
be baptised by effusion. A reception Elder Bigham. I wil be .for the next this the'of February 1914- -at/Starke Circuit Court on. his the llth'day of February ..
: L 1 pulpit the high, schools. of Starke, and Florida." : f- / 'A.D. 1914., .y t/- '

.to the new members was' held on. 'Wednesday : C. B. Cason was a visitor to Jack- service. Raiford, were visitors to tiawtey W,By;- T.R.Weeks"A. Weeks-'Deputy. Clerk Circuit Clerk.A. Court.. t W.- T., WEEKS Clerk.

r at the church. Refreshments sonville Thursday.H. Owing to,the removal of the. Presiding Saturday.Mrs. : S.. Crews, Solicitor' for ClaimantL.S..) A. Z. ADKINS. SoL.foPropssiveBuiessFirinsIoMe' BT Comp.n. A.o Weeks' D.C.

. were served by the ladies t1le N. Hodges, of Lake Butler, at- Elder to Gainesville, *he':did not M. E.' Edwards was 'a'visitorto .. !eb.. 6-121.- -- i I I Feb-l3-6t. -11. : ;

.. arrive in time to hold the Quarterly, Starke Wednesday. 5 -7---- 5'- .

.; Conference, which however, was heldon Mr. C: H. Leggett arid son, Louis, .5 f' .. .}"." :.i S s .".: '0 ..r

the following Monday. The Conference were visitors to Raiford Wednesday.Mr. .........- ... 5 ._..t..... .._..... _.'!..._ ................ 0.,
It A CLERfiYMAN'S STORY announced for, Saturday morn- : 'J. B.. McCulley was.a business : '

ing. The ladies spread a sumptuous visitor to Starke Wedn day. S ; 1t

dinner. on 'the grounds, ;which was :Mr. C. H. Leggett' andfamily; who iJ i iRe

K-i': Came Near Losing His Life-How He Escaped partaken by a grateful crowd of peo- have been managing the Lawtey hotel i $ ** *
R'.. ple.Mrs. for the past' year and one-half, will aders''o f the Tegraphwi11 '
it .
The following ______________ We quote from another letter, dated Logan,.wife of the pastor' was move to< Jacksonville Friday. They to their -
f. letter was received December 10, 1906: "I praise Perunato \ Butler.SAMPSON.CITY.. adv nt -geto trade with
. h'; by' The all the'sick. The people know a visitor from Lake have made :friends while here'wb thel.fjrms: t ep1 : '. 1IS

ti ,". Feruna Co,'from 4 my case and they praise It also." S regret their moving away. resented m this .dire tory. .
Bev. G. W. RobertsB.B.2Box- In a letter dated November %2, I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Killer, who have .4"j 'l-i y
$ __ .. I ,
?r.'\, .. 27. Hartsell. Alabama .. 1909, we quote Rev. Roberts life: "Pe ten .Elder Joe Kelly filled, his ,regular been spending a portion of the winterat .' ...................... ....... ( ,
back .
runa gave me my .
. .:r Sun- the home of the formers mother -
'. under date +" years' ago. All my acquaintances appointment here Saturday. and ...................sees...t ..........'.....f......... '
:t of April 2, 1904. know that. I am' certainly thankfulto Mrs. Walz, left 'last Saturday 'for .5 -5--- -VIf

wblclilaexacUy. you for your kindness.1* day.Mrs.. Frank Jones spent Sunday Urbanna near Cleveland, 0. ;J' DRY GOODS., .. FUIttilTURE .

ftt-- nine yean ago.Iieaays"Itake In a later letter. dated January 13. with her in Lake Butler. Mr. 'James Hammon, 'Jr., of 'Jacksonville .' ,. 5. .
:'::' son : ....... .... .......... ..: .
;"}: pleasure In Informing 1910, he says: "I shall ever in the Miss Violet Chapman, of Palatka, was visiting :friends and $..S....$...... t...,.. .
:. J future, as In the past be ready to ", ,
I E; what your you Pe-of speak in praise of Peruna to all suf- visited her sister, Mrs. J. H. Harrison, relatives ,in Lawtey- Sunday, and Mon- .. 1o

., :runa has done REV.G.W.ROBERTS ferers. I believe my miraculous cure here this week. day. .' 5- ..
\ has been the means of others Dr. and Irs. ,T. D. arid ,1. W. MORGAN ,.. : '- '
t r,:.: tor me' after LLZo27. many. John Chapman, of Quebec, Canada, Gunter p FURNITUREJ :

I, ; three years of HartMU. All. being cured in this county." is visiting his sister, Mrs. J:H Harrison. children, of Starke, were guests at Headquarters ,for .. 'if' .. \.J
! j'. suffering. I had tried the'treatments From, a letter of September 5, 1911. 'the of'their aunt Ladies Ready-to-Wear Goods, and << A"
home Mrs. E.' D. J almost/anything .
.f \ of several doctors. also home remedies we quote a few words: "I am still : Dry. Goods, Notions, ,Etc. 4> 'S .J 'fi.
; 'might .
! !T '. but they failed and. all hope among the living. As to Peruna I Ernest Williams left for Simington Sayles, from .Satwday'until the first . wsnt- t.d ,

' "' 'f' had cone. My friends like myself. do not feel that I have words to express Sunday'night, where he has a posi- of the week when.they,left,for Stuart, f HULL'S :DEPARTMENT- 5:7.

I ; thought I was In the last stages of the faith I have In its merits.the tion with the T. & J. R. R. on the east coast.., where the Doctor .................... ......i. J ,.. STORE. .. '.'
r l! I consumption.tMy 1 feel that Peruna has been T
The school closed here last Fridayand will hang out"his shingle. .His'pro- .'
r .daughter brought me a bottle means. through providence u -e
4 .
J ... of Feruna and plead with me to tryI of God. of prolonging my life for miss Ruth Paige left for her fessional and social.< visits will ,be : 'BUILDERS'-5 SUPPLIES .: '

I ., ;t' 'It. I had got so weak I bad lost my I more than ten years." I home in Kentucky Saturday night. greatly missed in this community and .... ............H....... ........... .
t L voice and I thought It no use. That; We quote a still later letter October his friends wish him in .....t........
Miss Paige taught us a very successful many, success 5.
t ; was in May, 1902. I.began to take 31. 1912. .He says: "I took a severe . I t :
: It. according to directions.. I wrote term of schooL Every one seemedto his new field. DENTISTS }
#,,. cold three weeks ago. I at once sent J J <1'-t
to and gave me your kind well and Rev. Marshall Strickland of Flora- ( : .
s. you. you for Peruna. Have been taking it two be pleased we regrettedto i '
S advice. weeks. I am now better. ,I consider see her leave. home, filled his regular:m nthly appointment Qnigley Lumber &: Supply Co.Dealer" .. ,......, ....1 4......."....... :'
'1 *1 soon felt better my cough beganto that Peruna has carried '"
me over a .
the. _
at Lawtey Baptist 1 in f.
give. way and the expectoration dozen years of life. I always stand SENTERPRISE .
7 lessened. I have taken fourteen bot ready to answer any question in ref church. last Saturday and Sunday. S .:. / .

S tles. I feel well, eat hearty, sleep erence to Peruna." Messrs. D. L. and C. H. Marshal J.: Wilson was a business I I Builders Supplies, Paints, Oils_ DR. U. G.. TURNER ,, 4; '1
much I did Phillips Varnishes, Concrete, $
as ever
soundly. weigh as
We quote from his last letter, dated visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday. i Plumbing. j "
do considerable work on my farm Hillard were business visitors to J DENTIST }
S January 2, 1913: "Dear Friends: I Mr. J.\ B. will : .
McCulley A
and attend to my other business. Starke Monday. open up a S ?Yl.
astonished at re- wish this bright New Years to express and Saturday i e Estimates Cheerfully Furnished. .Edwards ::;
My friends seem my market grocery store I BnildiDg
my thanks to you for your Messrs. H. S. and J. S. Norman I .

. S k covery. kindness. Trusting. that you may visitors to Starke Monday. 1 fin the' store building' of Mr. J.. B. I. . . . *' li
*I wish to thank you for your kind were Upstairs .over. Post Office .
'- have'sent have a successful and happy year, and We to the sad,IVtnite ead's south .of the- depot !
:-. advice and the books you that medicine are sorry report "

S me. I shall ever praise your medicine blessing your to many as it may has prove to me, a I death of Mrs. Babe Muse, which ocjcurrd ) -'. ......-.......,.........- ..... ..;": ... . ..
and hope that you may enjoy a long NOTICE OF'GUARDIAN SALE.Th''ly ,
: life." am yours as ever G. W. Roberts, : : Sunday nght. She was burn.1'I' days after date the'first publication of REAL ESTATIl. ...........t......44....... .. "
Hartsell Alabama R. F.' D. 2 Box
U It will be observed that Rev. Rob- id Sunday 'morning.-. She leaves a"'this not'ce I'will apply to the Honorable Geo; 5- t
t i A. of
erts waited two years after he began 27. husband, three small' children and a 1.Florida Gardiner foran. county order'judge to sell Bradford at private ..,..............'.......... ., NTlONB;. .' "

1. to use Peruna, before he-wrote the It Is not necessary for us to add host of friends and relatives to mourn ];the lind'idrd; One Eighth. interest' each, of :- 1.
above letter to The Perun Co. So any- words to' this; story. The eloquence f.Vascoe, Dale and jCalista Demaria Alvarez. .; . . ,'.. $...........: .......b; .
and of letters her departure. j'Mnor heirs1'of Vas
that his apparent recovery could not pathos these I oe Alvarez. ,d2Ceased. in ,
rand Jr. .
to1 the
-- possibly have been temporary relict are more convincing' than argumentsor Mr. Lewis Taylor, of Raiford, visit .in Bradford county.Florida following .parcel.-of., and'land descrjbtd situate as- <# COMER'S L. PEEK, !.t'G *,<;'.. >>"+ )\-Z

- .- In a later letter to The Peruna Co., / Who'can doubt the ed here Sunday fterno n. ', follows! ; to-wU-.- . ',. *:fi',:,
i dated September 22 ,19061 Rev.Rob clergyman's story?, Who can doubt Messrs. nj I 1[f From :the.N.W.'corner of SiW.'of: ,NE%,. > Florida: Real Estate | Why i* it feat when you are': {
0. J. Land
S' "'I' great friend of that Peruna saved his life? Phillips Zand C. tS et2VTn 6JS.lL,22.E: S. 21Of et'for 1 and fa need of' Notions Ladies ,.
erts : am a ,
: says : f'
v Hilliard at I point of beginning, then run S., On'e degree ::
visited ; ' 5
the of Dr. Hartman'sadvice Every home should be provided Saturday. \ Goods ..
Peruna. By use ,East SlOfeet, thenee'E. 570 feet thence N, .. Timber"Expert. ; j;
.: I am here to-day able to be with the last edition of -"His of jUf, Luther Woods, of Ba tow, H :;Forty,Five mnutesWest 810 feet thence. 'W. .Novelties. Eta, .j you :(i generally *,&..

with my family and attend to my Life," sent free by the ,Peruna(Co., .visiting friends and relatives here ,583 feet to point, f:'beginning. Jr '* 33 years Experience go to 5 ,
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business. Columbus, Ohio..' .::. ; Alta Alvarez STUMP'S .! .:
thisweek.. Guardian of the'above named minors! jf j :
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