Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
February 1, 1914
Publication Date:
Copyright Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
29.947222 x -82.108056


The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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tbadvantagea' of 'newspaper1'advisrtising'w : 4 Has Been" 'Called'or! -Monday, Martft. 23, for trial of Will Moore 4 price of the Weekly was $1.00. 4 : : i1

_ &' t>ublicitjif the < ; 'to.. ** 4 Then meat-was eight cents a 0 10;

: 4}"{ that, 0 ,. and Other Criminal Cases' Now N "
,1TH'AND'8TH1ilia' jpnriferaWei;over Pending 4 pcund; flour fifty cents a sack 4 JV I]

f of,the'topkkt:;.lAijstated in ..4a 44, and:corn fifty cents a bushel. 4 SHIPMENTS LARGER DAILY 1
: 'the''communication 'from: *fE! ;4x '
< A. special term 'of the' Bradford dill recall that upon the day of the 0 Today many weekly papers are 4 : i

F;'the, Wiacon tnite, .aPpiar- '9 county'crcait court has been called forMonday'jlarch 4 practically: double the former' 4 t J
WllI Osn Armtr murder Will Moore was engaged ina .'" '
*. ilng ln);>!)rlda 's issue the hauls.4 Buyers Are Arriving Every Day .
nd rsti r 23, to begin at 9o'eock"a.l crap game in Son Dorsey's house, 4'price.. Now, isn't it,fair that 0 t '
yeterans Ifi ,: 4t let8 and..the I pictures' theiein' ''0paiupbe a'. "V'v j ''lear'Williams & Renfroe's mill about' 4, the subscription price should 4 and Business Brisk' -' ... -. -:.t; :; ;

'fatR ns : aeTtheyinapAttract'4P' ;! tit the?opinion of dodge.'T. Wills two miles' east of Raiford. Andrews 4 advance in something like the 4 at Depot :- ..r: : i ; .

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'.:,. ... ( "bi utrefularfvifflta; ; ;? ;welfare require ,a' special term of game, which angered :Moore, and hebegan <> is not unreasonable in face of 4 I 'f: .r. ..j

ofroii.newspaper' whbseiiusityr -: .4 court: at this time, inasmuch as there to shot at Andrews, three bul- 4 these facts, and if the$1.00;; 4' The belated strawberry season hw ; .t. 1 1I
j d pays oat more oneyis ..J'nest. >iu :'.t"Q"'t'.r'b" ',.,.,! .... ; ". $.,' are :several criminaT cases .pending '..ts reaching their' mark and killing 4 publishers, would simply in0 I finally arrived and berries are being .'., {i

,tor the popportof.depend. ."l'. ateidliy' oykitig f he: up;;'L; of 4 the shipped from here in
!""" oti and a dumber: persons'are charged Andrews almost instantly.. Moore crease subscription price, 4 daily increasing .' i

1 Onfedtnte'eol4iers thai'any .V'.4.. batldings. VI-aI''U''ClUGr:: ,. .local. .., 4. : with'divefs'offenses, whose casesare; also shot two negroes who tried to 4 the same circulation could be 4 ,quantities. Cold weather. and wot..; I ...+

;. } This fiet* -wqi.Ie more eagerly?a4'and. ,, '4 awaiting investigation. / protect Andrews :Moore made his 'maintained. This fact is being weather and various kinds of ua-: : ; : I.;i

''tud"cieat taconvlaee ..'. "' .more difi believe'thiV '44s Among:',the criminal cases' now escape and was subsequently capturedat 0 almost daily demonstrated. The 4 favorable weather have tielayed the. '. .
"-'VyVTV'e'tbit'whet; ,.nay'atle' 1 ;mediumq Thisfact, 4 petMUngy* that of the negro, .Will Yulee by a special agent of the <> way 'to do this, is simply to 4 berry season here at least a mont 4: I I :.

y i-i J thelrbdescendants>r.- ,L*visit itvit: _fasts t snd i anrelbeeomung44k Moore, ,.who'will. ', It ,be tried at this term Seaboard railway and. placed in }Silat 4 do it, and raise the price now. .4 The weather at present nothing J s .'t ,

;theoaasion; the .recogpiped' who'y 4 of court for the murder of- ,W- T. Fernandina,. but was later taken 4 -Publisher's Auxiliary. 4 brag about,. but in spite c? the handicaps ;
ion ;of 'tia'Upited lave -given';.tHe strongest supJ'pwrtTtBrthe -:.4 AndreWsat'Raiford : the are bringing in '.- I
4 growers
; Sunday morning ; to
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ltetcieaa' ,'Association : bo : Every 4 1.. :] e044049440044440000 quantities of the luscious'fruit ;
\.li.J' ,February ville.. He is at present confined in th 4 everyday : : I
'!p'ui tho th"ijta I t-t.; <
Teunlgn 'i 4ba''bald'ls !1 "saom4binbut; 'the'':best f",s11 ,..t this:particular, crime; ,are ,still fresh his trial at the special term man already has a helper to aid hija "
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I:v<=i'.J: !pt .the,..n H it peX--Ft" .,MrelS. 4 the, minds'. of.our readers:, They of the circuit court on March 23. -COMMISSION in dispatching-the'fruit to its destinft- t.
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MSfflgVJ Issues a Circular to Assessors' of

C'1 *4>*.$$$4>&W4>*$V&t STATE DRAINAGE ASSOCIATION FLORIDA APPROPRIATIONS % express. shipments 'have varied, rQJa e :
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\ > iP'yc < >r.t.Cj.y.'r" I 'i ,
iMdobat'pasdtfo ;;y--, "" *J- TV-T- To The Tax Assessors of Florida 32 bushels to 187'.bus\eels.. and the i 'l. t
l.J. ."r:.5-v'*i4.v"aU.L"! -TWllOEvTrAir .,' Meeting; to' Be Held at Bartow Uncle Sam Was Generous 'to the total for the week.' If::,
"* was about 709 :
the ; '1T'WS BUTLEREF Thursday; March 5.WheVeas .. State This Year. Gentlemen The Tax Commission, a: .
'isSr3w' *> I since. its last ;bushels. Prices ..have ranged frog '
l "\: Gi r _-r. -=- organization .July, ,has I '

:4X1: [ DtUltyTgde.; toCi'urcfctrid; Preach. : relative1 (By Winfield Jones) been working to find the best plan to $4.50 to $7.00'per crate upon' See. p; t-l
iii so Important'problems '
a old > e Ini"of Rv/MnlUJv.. to all for the :platform. i. I .-
adopt get
;"t : health and Washington C., Feb. 14.Florida assessors year t t
..' .'. to'the'public: prosperity -
to ; rYx.; Truby and Thomas
1 ''' Jay S, Brow :: '
1914 to all uniform s'
St .appropriations in the rivers and assess property on a ;
1 sike Bntter.F ki 1 ,'involving the eradication of .malaria and 'are :' I J ,
h : re son shipping rather extea :
.. .e vivanoi harbors bill, made public today are: basis, one county with another. .j'; t.
and kindred
ceaAt +3he'iiatlatl':: Church ; waterways sively 'and a number of = .. T #
i' Work with each estimate. investigation we found that heretofore -, representatives ; :
R.VS ?'
rnid the; bicjtjsy@ been.?cuanjng,here for the for transportation? purposes, the reclamation'of Fernandina Harbor and entrance property had not been assessedat of northern commistjon houses i .1':

more 'Weeks iose Sdnday-nigh t our swamp and overflowed are already here buyingfor; i 1
r r through Cumberland Sound, $25,000; a uniform rtr!t varying from 10 i '
lands for agricultural and. ;
u: wift3. immense'audience in'attend* respective houses. j
ana ,. St. Johns River between Jacksonvilleand per cent'to'75 percent cf its true
.r ,*: .. '" ,'j e.<.!"l sanitary. purposes, ..the e conservation 1
:.1&V\; the cash value. This violation of "
was .
r = ocean, $300,000; Deep Creek, '
our .
of agricultural resources throughthe" At :
) Xeiy ENTERTAINED 500. t i
A : been"woqder
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'ttwtBttgs.oaY $9,000 Lake Crescent and Dunns ?v/ but was done by custom and con- .
jpm Ieto 'ful'Mii'ffieT'simJ>licify.'and force/with ;restoration and preservation ofour'fertility vt the Miss Ona Edwards entertained A- ;: \ ..
Creek, $1,000;; Oklawaha River, $175- among assessors. ,
kindred .
and other prob- 500 last afternoon \ ;
the.t fs: wUthXihe? Gospet h s.bewipresentedau ; The Tax'Commission that Thursday ver/iV' ,: "
l ms confront and must be 000; Kissimmee River, .$47,000; Cal ; knowing .
'now '
/&I"tUi fariSUJ Jto fcV us formally. '
J those conditions existed to : .
oosahatchee suggested
River, $27,000 I t: -
'-i1f-- 'F.i-J'MH.--: met. citizens of Florida and ; Tampa '
> : ; by the In the ,
+ 'f i I parlor and dining room tie t.
j432 the
convention in Tallahassee
11"I assessors a
Bay, $6,000 St. Harbor -
tZgIIii ; Petersburg ,
\ :;; : ,. Whereas' in. the .opinion of the tables were arranged. Patriotic d -i : '
,lA \ .ett bl4+pllce''t.. ma... 'undenigned.a8 "well- as others who $1,500;' Boca Ceiga Bay, $10,700; ; in, November that they all k..' V

.i ra wed.buttooli : if.n4 w We' % : Channel from'Clearwater Harbor and agree and pledge themselves to as- corations were used, consisting ,

.l1ip.f bongs fl W'Ufe- ".had. stied, iuterested in .andwho have givenniHchkthQUghJ .involved Boca:Ceiga,Bay to'Tampa Bay. 3. sess all property for the year 1914 on American flags, shields and hatctieta. ? > iF i\.
4 .to-.the questions A.little.tree..with'artifcial. 4 ,. .
\i GPf.! ... ..t-fhet. 000 ,*AncloteRiver the 'same basis"of' not' less1 than'5per' cherri :..rt1.
r .,. .r: .. ; $22,000;Crystal
r s #> 'r :. there is an.urgent need for, a rind nnnn its branches and a' t, r' ,
a :ant-.JIOW. on..toJ u .y'.7 jIeat cent of its true cash value. We 1r
: -. .: ., inrrIt ,il',7. ( State Association 'or Congress having River, $10,000; Withlacoochee River, batChet "
;. : _14'r. : $1,000; Apalachicola Bay, $25,000 St. believe at the time, and so advised the looked very,. attractive ta i ;:
t it'becime for Objects the and solution ;
.its study
,: 'l i'I nectesW ; .Andrews assessors, and still believe that, under one corner of the room. Quantities f I ,i.
FfifK&iit.VSOTE' 1 ***' m M .. Bay, $60,000; channel fromApalachicola
; :of these and the initiation "
: I of ted and white &nd. j_
/tteA roses "
J/- : th;aloe* xf their River to St Andrews the conditions now existing, ,which j \

(w'jDontekaiitK'iMU 'bflfldlnV'they im e tely'par.e&ed and prosecution. of plans, and the Bay, $65,000 Apalachicola River, including cannot be changed at ,once, it was I were the only cut flowers. .The scope i ,." ..
," of i knowledge "'pertaining
ia ferl'oKaytfie.'old a b4l r,.,Location.... the Cutoff, Lee Slough, lower not best to jump to a'full cash value cards were ornamented with America: !f
theretoandv <
; '-on.. "t1 9, .t,to ? ; I Chipola River, and the upper' Chi this year;but the. tax assessors failedto flags and at each progres3in' a ,tiny 4 .t
'if fAft.;. b.J1l f Whereas; the,Board of Trade'of the little hatchet was used on them. '
h } pola River from/ Marianna .to its adopt suggestion and adjourned .1 r:

l S. Jn.h. ave co 'nardetedYei... ",.. -..,:.tbef'tXrit3there City' of of' bi-iBd rtt of tomato salad chiwoi
'consisting :
'M* -. ; \;. ; noQtureh BJ kwater.Ri1et $5,000 Narrows in any agreement as to a uniform ,
B M'ibBM oifV-S SS Creek Drainage District, have extend- ; sandwiches, olives, pickles, coffee ate J
; in''tl is pla b" ; Santa Rosa Sound, $5,000; removal of assessment. This left us with noth- .t
< ?J.A *- > ed'an/invitation those interested
fA tbe53dr6o4tnesarwatbwbichawbichiunmbert ,'to water hyacinths from waters in Florida ing to do but to instruct them'to comply whipped cream. In each tomato am I .' i

t79aprth(4.stita t* IfcesV aople,.th n8ii4w'; to! meet Insaid': City'of Bartow for Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, with the. law and assess atfull, I: American: flag was waiving as a. F Fsouvenir ,
the purpose of effecting such organizatram' of the occasion.Those J ,
iuYe'iroried 'for'the pastfew weeks: cash value.
and Texas i
.. ; $25,000; Florida and Ala- )
_ .tldi e MTwo: Co jnfedei: .Wa oirlr'very- .vplaMy. tliarter'eYia: ;, a .. bama, $25,000; Escambia and Coneeuh Since: then the assessors met in enjoying the aft,rnoon-wese I 1

ia wTri:-1**'*Y-***?** .*h""agOnutnent 'Oirfftfia--t--:ChntchkoDutlec; wd :Now, Therefore, we, the undersign- Rivers, $15,000.. convention in Jacksonville on Febru- Mesdames J. W. Andrews, Jr., 0. W ;

i wffl be- dedicated, to 1's they we.ableto: .thingW','?. -" ,':4fo''; a meeting, to be' I ary 2nd and passed resolutions adopting Alvarez, W. H..Graham, W..L. Khk-: t "a

_ to retof"1 ,''Cohfe -jury' .. ingelist JobnMallsaYbasg :; '' convened inthe.City 'of Bartow, Florida BIRTHDAY 'PARTY.A I our previous suggesion, aggree- liter, B.f C. Willis, E. &., Matthews, g,.

/coming,2 e1On. IIlOtID! ,,;, ;:vieie': i WO. weeks;of:ijviya1,""pre=: ,.on the,5th day of-March, 1914, at birthday party was given at the I ing to assess all property'for the year B. W. Hodges, F. p.. Hoover, J ''Tr... 1 4 l"

MR-a companion to'the handscim e ''seated to thinkinghake,+BaUer..a: ,. 10.OQ/ajn: ,, to be composed of andparticipated'in'by home of Mr. and. Mrs. fT. H. Waters, I I 1914,on a basis of 50'per cent of true Edwards.'E. Wilson, J. M. Mitchell, 'I f
'IfemorialoS'Wefield4 ""of'sermons7such' all those who are cash value. We believe that this Misses 'Ruth Wainright"' lIe Kelly
Lseiml as .ia'seldomeuelled.'tp at Blair Fla. ,, ,8 o,
afternoon '
; < iieer. interested in,the solution of the afore: which is' in line with the Mabel and Carrie Darby. -'.. '
fd. Be v ujlady a suggestion u
21 in
February honor
,- the 12th
j "' .<...a said
problems and the of
onfederate remit,CaattanTIL't'tt un :::: hose'.: development of their made by us to the tax assessors while .
.' ''. the.various. of. the State birthday. daughter, Miss Sally. DEATH OF W. H. PINHOLSTEK 4 '4
+ f. +lobated >'l 'tIiVt ** < ever, .freigbted'Trith' Gospel, pf The children they were at our request in'convention .
'* *" ? Florida, as well as'the improvementof ,spent the afteronon Mr. W. H. Pinholster". who was I r'
sad ,. s -
if in
Tallahassee in November
irti +1 will
be'ready rfpr;tb t; '"' Playing: various until 4:00 '
T" -\ i,1 -* the pubic health and welfare gene games citizen of Bradford.county for'manf' v F
f be better i
eerenoniea by.the date ptabe st e. :f ro'clock Mrs. for the tax payers under
wlten '
*:t- -* / *u. ;* .- .m.... tinring'thesesaeetingseen ally for:the purpose of perfecting a Waters formed the existing conditions 'and. we. ap years, died of heart failure at his home
:; in line and marched them into ;
;*'- *- ..? statewide organization for Paradise, Alachua Salu
? ? i having its near county,
bd. this'action
|. ',brief,exposition of'th& .e. -l -g 'J Miss Dora objects: and purposes the" solution of the dining room, where they were prove order for full and withdraw our day, February '21, "1914, in his .654 ;
n presieid .f tlie a cash value for
; year '
? ; !s doing for the iiitesoldiere t 9" chile .'pphir J Called the said.problems, and g.the study:andlft'usioD dafter which with delicious refreshments, 1914 and notify all assessors ,to as year. He was buried Sunday in New' ; ,

living sade oft knowledge :relative to more games were -en- River cemetery, :Rev. Hartman, ot { .
t MftepeopWof.: the 'tb ,thi., fn.4U.. rally, .themusic wkyl joyed 'and the little folks departed sess all property for .1914 at 50 per '
,,-Tn..Stallin': matters that may properly; be brought Gainesville, conducting the'services. t .'
: cent of true value in
,: tend, a 'warm and, generous"m poa1.. g'MtJ.r .before" such "anorganization.'At .' for, their several homes all wishing j compliance. with Mr. Pinholster was borain; 1849 ki

to the old soldiers piulthelrtrcn \act', .Q s.". F',:Wvers, : Miss Sally many happy returns of the I this pledge and resolution.
a <' i tMs'meeting it is desired that Liberty county, Ga, where he grew
"' "L.'the.: t. Opal"'An'tho nycI. We suggest that all Boards of .
the occaiion ofrthe:Jack organization be to manhood. At the"age of 27 l.c
3 ,an 'perfected and aconstitution' day.Miss wax '
} renderedvi County Commissioners and School .
npioiL:;; Floridai iibile'd'eaath .B. B lJinga" Sally received many handsome .'
united in
; -' adopted, and such marriage to Miss Mary Suo {- $
"'. i 1t"J ie [ with, beautifulX' rand valuable'resenb.. Boards arrange their special levies s
.the'gWttheatefoffelt J.t. ". .- ( steps iaken, in the. premises, and. a Those present livan. A few years later'he moyej .
to work
to full
I as cash value
soloa.1 a
4.. : as
18$1.5 a this .
theJacksonville eboek'of tb e -' ,;-": '" steps taken in Jhe' premises as may upon happy occasion were: George to Bradford county, where he lived j

w 3octapled .,... ,"' .... '. enty. additions be deemed. .'and 'expedient Miller, Ruby Parish, Truby Parish, sessment later as required by law. until two years ago, when he mound .
.ei wbonilid proper The.'Tax Commission will visit the ; .
;the ur ;' of are Carl Brown Carrie-Belle 'Brown > 1
Brent ,
;times by, theirjposeofthis e4era' -". ::: ; persons'who are interested are invited different in to Alachua'county. r -1
counties the
'Bpd 1 strength State and
| oceup; 1F ma to and urgently 'requested. to attend Mabel Brown, Mildred Parish, Wilbur Mr. Pinholster was a member of. .
thebroth : This |eeting leave4W'"i s Brown Pearl confer with the assessors and use aU.
i j.ti..tor o11 Weportaonr,6lea- > aaid"me ing. Brown, George Johns, the Baptist church. He is sur/ivei '

I"*"J.'m *_ i W9l 4epartiaent, "T- "tb*tfoJ'o..: coidiUon.. A short but interesting:'program Fanny, Crawford,' Ernest Crawford) means in in their power to see that by his wife one son, Mr. Edwaii I I ti
.. property is valued and
Pthe: St!Johns river open frtttJrt&1'V'm' t'.. t.t.1t.. will be prepared and gifefi'to the Earl Peoples' Annabel Peoples, MarionWaters assessed every county Pinholster;four daughters, Mrs.. I ucy' ,
i'i on uniform basisas
"\ "-' !-tl-i JliTpweB ;. ...::.r<\.raP:-.. :..;,.:li a f ;y, press in due time, and :person of Sally'Waters, Frances Wat possible. as We near a Wynn, Misses Anna, Jane and Mam'iePinholster I
hope .
_ _t eztegraate; 2 :it.' : ', ,;;. :..v'." __ national.. reputation ,and,' who .are ers T. ,H.Minnie-Belle,Waters. Waters and little in the State and every every Board assessor of and one sister- Mrs., M .... '
: D.
Smiley of
; recognized authority on questions involved Liberty county, Ga. and '
Floradi "' acton(17,54 in'a I I County Commissioners will work har
t $ report '
_-T 31 863, will be present one brother, Mr. L-W. Pinbolster'6fClay
to the" .dited March DEATH moniously with us to the end that .
'war 'department .This OF JOHN L. WILLIAMS.. county. "t}
# February 3rd 1914.
iilW3sVme;\ this ex.peditionFM"wt -. The each county will bear its just portionof ..
Objecty' Geo. w Oliver, Member Executive Masonic lodge here received a .
the taxes
> ati6n in : 'C> !eeopyj:Jacvsonvill( Committee telegram Tuesday announcing the necessary to successfully ASSESSOR'S
: bfit' ; : NationalDrainage. Con finance the State and Govern- NOTICE f.
.,u fjbabjt.; he baie-Gf',operationssecur death on Monday'of Mr. John L. We will be at the' .
imt gress. following named ;
c dF : agofjiiegToesf : !o Williams at his home in ments. ", .
f S. C. the
R C. Hatton Mayor of the City'o f We on dates herein mentioned :u
int i4 tfii possession! of e"en:' Mr. Williams Was hope that all assessors will use :
f 1 '
,! ty and = formerly a residentof Rosier' School
Honorary: Vice President March
t 12
.trice, State of,Florida i;;:It is'mylbeliefvLVt Starke. He was a member in goodstanding'of diligence to get all taxable property Brooker ;
the districtthr. t 'J.jyjIii' vA. ; National'-Drainage Congress. on the tax books as it is unjust for Saturday March 14; Raiford, ivn ;
wax'hAreansiBdrtgreater the
T . local Masonic lodge. Monday March ''
Chief 16
'MeluisbBrorhill, Engineers Guilford ,
some pay taxes and others l
y u geforee -*:- ,- fc panic'* ;,! ugh ; Peace Creek Drainage pistrictVT. At one'time.he' was purchasing agentof when all escape March 17, aim.; Thomas School, Tues '
'''''"'("'-aoathers! coast';, : ties and lumber for the Seaboard are receiving the same ben- '
1. W.,. Gary, President ,Beard 'of fits from the GovernmentRespectfully day March 17, pan.; Providence; .
_ Kriidjffthefolored
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,...' : l'11i''FecJ'". 'o roVoop&: A District; etc. f v ilr. Williams"was a widower at th: Butler, Friday March 20; Hampton
: f'tIa; 'JR: rk time of his death, his wife died J. 'Paterson, r* .
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the rih ..T..=-, # one son This will be our last call for this I i:.
i''iriepbe 'At .of, tM>' I' wflltake'gteat. pleasure in rendering and one -daughter, and a number of Mr. L C. Ray, formerly cashier of season Books close April 6th. # .

"' : :"any" ministerial service I can to other relatives in South Carolina. the Bank of Starke, left Saturday for N. D. Wainright Tax ;
tIi, t ,, '"" aBy.wfio.may\&eed my services.' The Dunedin, Fla., where' he has a position B. M. Dowling, Tax CoL ,. ; .e 4

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:i t Harrows f Dis1- ] A Rash Adventure Wherein the ; A GENERAl TONIC : TAKf G CR0 OVE' 1 1The

Hunter Was Hunted.

f Planting Plows Combination Cotton and Corn Planters and Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is :*

: Fertilizer Distributors., Complete; Line Plow Shapes. Low Prices. CLIMAX OF A CURIOUS BATTLEThe Valuable as a General Tonic because it Acts on the Live. {*f

: Drives Enriches the Blood and
Out Malaria, Builds J

Hardware DeWitt C. Jones Lumber the Whole System For Grown People and Children up :
; e 1. Conflict Which Was Forced Upon ,. ;!i

: the Jabbeiing Brutes, Resolved Itself '
Into You know what you are taking when you take Grove's Tasteless chill
a Living Avalanche That Swept TIC
as the formula is printed on every label showing that it contains the well knov ".
Down the Hill A :1"
Lucky Escape. tonic of and IRON. It ma the *:
properties QUININE if strong as strongest :
meal it takes bitttr ;
from 6.18 cent :
Food per When I was in South Africa a correspondent tonic and is in Tasteless Form. It has no equ.4.llar. Malaria. Chills and ,,

t : .' HOME MIXED 60 divided by 6.18, equals 938 Ibs. Use per acre ___________ 300 writes. I left Mangwe one weakness, general debility and loss ofappetite. lesheand.vigor to Norsio.per '::::f

The nto get 160 pounds Plant Food Medium soils: r Pounds afternoon in company with a couple of Mothers and Pale. Sickly Children. Removes Biliousness without PUlgiD/,

cent Phosphate it takes: Cottonseed meal ___________ 100 men who were traveling up country. Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses the liver to action and 'I
FERTILIZERS from 16 per We rude at a slow purifies the blood. A True onlcandSureAF'petlzer. A Complete
canter through the : Strengthens
Acid phosphate ___________ 200 'if
4 160 divided by .16, equals 1,000 Ibs. long grass for grass grows long in Africa No family should be without Guaranteed by your Druggist. We mean ft. gv.,, 1;

Food over your head very often. Noneof
Then to get 100 pounds Plant Use per acre ____________ 300 us carried a : f:
gun or even a revolver.Ail .
\ f HINTS FROM U. S. EXPERTS ,, from 50 per cent Muriate Potash Rich soils: Pounds we bad were sjamboks whips "

takes: Cottonseed meal ___________ 7 made of a single strip of hippopotamus ,'":
,i f Progressive Farmers Now Buy 100 divided by .50, equals 200 lbs. Acid phosphate _____________ 22 hide and stout enough to maim a man ....

Chemicals and Mix (b) Then to get 60 pounds Plant if the blow krere well directed.We .

I Fertilizers Food from 6.18 per cent meal it takes: Use per acre ____________ 30 : were :about a mile below the only
Own 60 divided by 6.18 equals 938 Ibs. Deep sandy soils, medium grade: pass in the south of the Matoppo hills

: Home Mixing-of Fertilizers. Then to get 160 pounds Plant Food Cottonsed meal -_________ 150 that leads through to Bulawayo. Sud-

commercial fertilizers from 14 per cent Phosphate it takes: Acid phosphate ____________ 159 left denly was we being saw disturbed tbat the grass on our 1<
Are using over a pretty
you 160 divided by .14 equals 1,1431bs.Then Kainit __ _________________ 150 wide area and out of
1 this year? If so, are you. in that to get 100 pounds Plant Food We found out curiosity that the we grass rode'o".r ,

:i I- class of progressive farmers who are from 12.5 per cent Kainit it takes: Use per acre ____________ 450 WIN MIIIII.I| .' .tii\e with hundreds of ba- .
buying the chemicals and mixing their 100 divided by .125 equals 800 lbs. E. Gentry Field Agent. tiMjn iiuir lung toward the hill. A fire-proof Safe in your home is not

r own fertilizers, or do you still use It can be seen, only high-grade '1'uciv H, I. brown baboons and gray

the hit or miss factory mixed goods' ? materials will be used. 't. 'CRITICISING A CRITIC. baboons and baboons almost black. little necessarily bu glar-proof-and a safe .1
baboons big baboons baboons
1- i The following are the reasons for How to Purchase Units or Pounds of mamma

"t, buying the chemicals and doing your Plant Food, Rather Than Tons Points Flaw For the In Purist Who Found granddads, pickauiuny almost white baboons with age.and We old that is both fire and burglar-proof is a :

mixing: of Materials. Gray's "Elegy"To
own. reined in our horses and watched.
1. When a farmer buys the- chemicals 1. 100 is considered a basis or look for and find in masterpieces They showed no fear and no desire to .

and mixes his own'fertilizers he unit of value of any element. little flaws, real or imagined. Is an occupation get acquainted with us. They lookedat very expensive and cumbersome thing

j. will study the needs of his soil and his 2. Then there are 20 units of valuein that must have its mysterious us over their shoulders, the mammas

crops instead of letting the fertilizer a ton of weight Joys the task otherwise would as not it command brings no all profit the bugged their babies tighter, and It is also an invitation to thieves that you have valuables .1.1in

manufacturer do all of his thinking 3. A formula reading 2-8-2, or time and labor they quickened their pace. :
that house
are devoted to It worth
{ units We ought to have let them pass, but your are trying for. -1
s for him. 3-8-5, simply means so many nor would such
every discovery be so of
one tile fellows In
2. Only high grade materials will of value per ton or pounds per 100 exultingly proclaimed. This conditionIs mischief that we suggested should help a spiritof them Put that which you can't replace in one of our Safe *
be bought and a better, grade of fer- of Plant Food. i I based or, rather. Its repetition by along. Before yon could say "knife Deposit Boxes. Our steel vaults w: 11 protect from

tilizer can be made. 4. A ton of 2-8-2 then contains 12 the letter In which a correspondent the three of us were In among them ')' you i

3. Special mixtures can be made units or 240 pounds of Plant Food. A confessed that having heard verbal and began to slash with our sjamboks fire and Yale Locks not only keep out burglars but give

1 to suit the needs of each field and to ton of'3-8-5 contains 16 units or 320 he perfection was moved ascribed to Gray's to "Elegy," in all directions. The baboons Jabbered you absolute privacy.Bank. i
suit the different* crops planted on pounds of Plant Food. This is all of verses pn the chance of proving this the and showed their teeth, but never '. ;
i of either of the attempted to attack us. We were 1
i 1ft these soils. real value in a ton praise undeserved. And he did he
safe so long as we were mounted.
4. By clubbing together and buying mixtures. thinks having found no less than two

for cash the chemicals .in car lots 5. To buy intelligently then the errors in the lines: trees Pretty which soon they they came tried to to climb.a clump fiat of of Starke j: (

direct from the manufacturer and. price per unit or pound of Plant Food Tbelr name their years spelt by the un- the trees were thorny and they bad

large dealers at least one-third of should be sought rather than the The lettered place of muse fame and elegy supply, to give It up. Then they started,for ,....<
bill be saved. ton of material. And tbe hills !!!!!
the fertilizer can price per many a holy text around she strews again.
f 5. The farmer can do as good mixing Comparative Values of High and Low To teach the rustic moralist to die. We drove them right to the foot of ,

I t .as the average: factory. Grade Fertilizers, and Relative "Name" should be "names" this authority the billS! but there we had to stop for t "' '-.

6. 'When a farmer buys the chemicals Cost per Pound. declares for the reason that we could not take our horses over the .
the stones bore not one but several rocks. The
I baboons swarmed like
for home mixing he will see that Ready mixed goods of two analysis: up
f names and "many a holy text." being acrobats. I didn't stop to think but I ft
j nitrogen is the. most expensive_fertilizing 2-8-2 at $22.50 per ton and 3-9-5 at singular, demands "teaches" instead of r
r was my bone and after them. My I [ IEL

element No good farmer can $28.50 per ton. '"teach r- friends called to me to stay where I ) vF '=i

i afford to buy.nitrogen year after year (1) 2-8-2 equals 12 units or 240 Now. Just why Gray put the word was but I was up that hill almost ]

1., to grow cotton, corn, small grain and pounds Plant Food; "name" In the singular and not in the as quickly as the baboons were. : ,

tobacco. Cowpeas, velvet beans, soy 3-8-5 equals 16 units, or 320 pounds plural might be made the subject of in- A black old man baboon was nearest ."t.

beans, and the clovers draw nitrogen Plant Food. genious inquiry with any one of half a and I made a rush for him. He '1

from the air and when any of these ((1) 12 units cost $22.50; pense dozen sufficient and all inconclusive explanations but as recom-to see didn't whip. run He only I rut bared at him Ills teeth with and the II-r1..IflM1 ;1

crops .are grown' and turned under 1 unit cost $1.875 force in the diversity of village patro- snarled. I moked round. On
t the toil will tw well supplied with 1 pound costs 1-20 .69 3-8; nymlcs-that requires more than ingenuity ride were Ms I men baboons and each : flftjfl

i nitrogen. 16 units cost $28.00; ; it demands perversity. As for bared bis teeth as I caught his eye.'I ,, .. .

t How to Mix Fertilizers. 1 unit cost $1.75; "many a holy text." that does indeed They bad no intention to ran away ,
; 1 pound cost 1-20 .08 3-4. the grammarians say insist that a from .,>
: n Empty the raw materials on a close | me or to let me get away from .
Mixing, inspecting, shipping, etc., verb in immediate sequence be singu- 'them. <'
hard dirt floor under
wood floor or a |
/ lar. Even the
F the materials estimated cost $2.40 per ton; freight grammarians admit 1 lost my nerve and couldn't even ''i .:t
shed outhouse. Spread -
or however with
r L., ., : depends on distance to be shipped innumerablewriters of think of a way out All 1 could do. ;f'j
to be mixed in layers one both that
upon and
verse theverb
.I ti,( from was to back up .to a rock keep the '
<."' t. another then with a shovel and hoecut' factory. be in a later clause the plural idea involved baboons at bay with my sjambok ] !
: f4'I I down the pile and turn over two (2) Home-mixed goods of the two In "many" can properly be allowed and wait there intll( my companions ;i ,

; [10.; or three times and the materials will analyses: to govern Would our corre- could come to ray rescne. Before I'd l

f.{< be as thoroughly mixed and give as : 2 units @ $3.80 per unit___=.__$7.60 spondent insist that when tbe estima- gone two steps stones began to fly- by bringing his ; ,
, f:; .I j good results as any ready mixed fertilizers units @ .80 per unit ___ 6.40 stones of no small size either. Luckily I 1
2 units @ .80 per unit___:_ 1.60 In debating this very question wroteIn a baboon Is not a good marksman.He
. ; ; t that you can buy. Hawick twinkled many a light makes a lump as be throws. TbosE drug store where the ,greatest care is exercised ;;
It is better to empty over 400 to Behind him soon they set In night-

:i'.:" 600 pounds at one time as* it can be 12 units home-mixed cose15.60 the "they" should have been turned to they baboons bit bit me. one another as often ai in compounding them no matter 1

J Mixing, inspecting etc_____ 2.40 "
'iU" The change would at least be
: I more readily and thoroughly mixed Very slowly I barked for the rock
; how skillful
amusing. That much can be said. your physical unless his instructions
}', 1- in small quantities.Your $18.00 Critics of this sort never will learn very slowly the baboons followed. : : I
t ; county Demonstration agent They were waiting for something regarding prescriptions are 'carried out to the letter i
12 units cost ______________$15.60 that rules for linguistic usage are not That gave me bupe. If they didn'tmean ,
;: will be glad to advise with you about applied to but are deduced from writ- his training and experien will
p., ;.'.... .1 I 1 'Wit cost _________________ 1.30 to ru-li met why not back down / avail you nothing. t
mixtures for ers like Gray and Scott that what
the best fertilizer
:: your
.f, ': soils and crops. Call on him. 1 pound cost ....________. .061.2 such men do is right because they dot the bill until my companions could We use only the,purest drugs, the latest 'methods: :

e 3 units @ $3.80 per unit11.40 and that DO further Justification is reach met and the greatest .., 'f*
: Commercial fertilizer plays a great
!if 8 units @ ,80 per unit_____ 6.40 needed.-New York Times. So 1 changed my direction and. amid
. :;. part in farm econralcs, but must not the fusillade of atones, approached the ;
&units _____
.f @ .80 unit 4.00 -
r be relied upon to add permanently to per brink of tbe declivity i reached it at k

>\;:. J. the fertility of the soil These fertiliz food Mixing 16 units, inspecting home-mixed etc cost____$21.80 2.40 One mother Siltnc of a large'Hour.household bat The last and stones began fell carefully thicker than to back ever.down.Iq Mitche s Drug Store ry i it
contain all the elements
: I erg 16 units cost _______________$21.80 a system of recreation which Is really protection 1 bad to hold my, arm ,
. r but in The and its duties ..
for plants they generally a novelty. day are
:.:; are 1 unit costs _______________ 1.30 over my bead. All the time there was '

: I an Immediately available form consequently 1 pound costs ____________'.06 4-5 carefully followed apportioned as closely, and as possible.the scheduleis By a hideous jabbering and screaming. STARKE,
they are exhausted in one Presently 1 was virtually underneath
I A pound of 2-8-2 ready- mixed cost doing this the mother is able to take FLORlDA.J
-' two some of them. The old black fellow Y. :
4 or years.
9 3-8 cents; a pound of 3-8-5 costs one afternoon hour a day fur complete
:' .''1 the purpose of this paper is to 8 3-4 cents.A rest In her case it Is from 2 to 3 who bad first faced me picked op a
I rock as big as himself and drooped It

, ;i i give L''The functions of the elements of 6 pound of 2-8-2 home-mixed cost o'clock.this time She on places the stairs a large proclaiming"Silence. placard fit I dodged, stumbled over a rockbebind Our Fun 4 Language. J. M. Hess, of Chicago, a .recent "
1-2 cents; -a pound of 3-8-5 home- me and fell.
one who '
the mother's sleeps. A
By persistencein
, f; ; plant food; mixed costs 6 4-5 cents. hour others Then I knew wbat they were' wait sleeper is tbat in which arrival and an addition to the'ra4s*
taklnaU1la quiet have a sleeper
f : 2. .To show how to find the number ing for. A
From these examples two facts are grown to respect It until it has become score of them- were on me sleeps. A slee r Is that on which thee of Dade boosters has bouP
of of each material is required in a moment They and bit .county. ,
.; pounds shown tore me '.
: First the cost of a pound ofa a part of the borne. In ber home the 0 sleeper runs w the sleeper sleeps. -
;;., ; .) for a certain analysis, and vice versa high-grade fertilizer is less than a mother really rests or else reads. Nome fiercely. If there bad not been so Therefore whi the sleeper sleeps in forty acres of valuable, land,west dLarkins

!If; 3. To show what might be saved low-grade; second, the cost of a poundor goes near her unless absoately many they would have got me at once the sleeper e, sleeper'carries thee with'irocaxafi-
I I but they gut in each other's way and which will set '
. by buying the materials separately. ton of home-mixed fertilizer is necessary. The children close sleeper over sleeper under the '
L and mixing at home; considerably less than the .oors quietly when they see the placard did damaged me. themselves as-much as they i sleeper until ttte) sleeper which carries dos. Mr. ,Hess finds, the avoc;
same and play where their voice will the sleeper. amps the sleeper and
f 4. The high grade materials should amount of ready-mixed. not reach the mother's room. At the J.tried to keep their nails away from wakes the sleeper in the sleeper by market suffering from slack d5Jj.

always be used because they are 6-8-6very poor sandy soil.and for end of the Misty minutes the mother my eye and face and throat and togetber striking the Weeper under the sleeperon ganization on 'the part of the gw*"|

cheaper (pound-for-pound) than lows trucking: reappears and takes up tier usual duties we rolled over and over and the sleepw, and there is no longer

grades.. Pounds Seven heirs of absolute freedom down the slope of the hill 1 was any sleep ftf the sleeper sleeping In era and has,set- about remedying. -1b" !

! ; In calculating the value of a ton 15 per cent dried blood600Nitrate I week can'do a great deal to makeover wretched and bleeding In a dozenplaces the sleeper/n the sleeper. evil by forming a marketing;agef i

of the given analysis allow 4 cents and refresh a weary body and aDd my clothes were torn to for the into |,-
of soda of
L 'y as top dresser 160 still more weary brains and nerves. shreds but somehow I was not bitten ( For purpose getting ,
per pound for phosphoric acid; 20 16 per cent acid phosphate_ 1000 very irndly. o with the commis'
I An hour for rest In almost every Perhaps the pace was too "Yes." 'exclaimed some of leading .
9 j cents for nitrogen; and 4 cents fore 50 per cent muriate I great fur any accurate work! tbe young man
potash. 240 household can be found If things are men of the North and West on-.'._
# with
f potash; in other.words, 16 per cent I:done bystfinnticallf.-Buffalo Times. So we bumped and rolled downhill a peep drawn sigh "I've finish. ,

I A phosphoric acid at $12.80 per ton; Mixed goods ____________--2000 I(I ,- fir"t 1 on top then the baboons on top. ed my I gal education" at last!"' business basis. Avocadoes lOti la ;',

6.18 per cent cottonseed meal at $24.60 1200 pounds of 1-4 goods and I I Flogged Only Geniuses at Eton. then at last a rolling: ball ., baboons MAn now said the friend> "you'll year for: prices ranging from\.5!,

T per ton; and 12 1-2 per cent kainit at 800 pounds of 6.18 per cent cotton- Some of the hardships of life at Eton with me Inside. I was too scared even sit d4and wait for clients. 90 cents each, ia some ins[ ;
i i in to think ut death altboneh: If 1 had "X on :your life I won't! ,replied
ton. seed meal bygone times might be regarded an
$12.50 makes
per bands
been alone death wan cvftain. All at the where they fell into the
taken I complimentary to the sufferers. Only cew'attorney. "I've got. a Job '
: These prices are only as a 200 pounds about 3-3.9
uoc'I I
Heard the sound of hoofs that 'tom
basis for calculation. 1920 I the best of the boys were called Ulan| promised me in a dry goods store.- high-class. dealers, who sold ,_ .,. ;
pounds of this scrambled
goods and over the rocks, shouts in the -
1. The function of fertilizer ele- 80 pounds of muriate of potash to hear them. The biographer of Ir English ton-rue and sjamboks that Clevfeland Plain Dealer, more as, curiosities than the-orffo Tj
record* that the famous Eton :
makes r whistled MS they lashed round Baboons -- fruit is ; .upWD-Ji
ments: "ht>:td" 'Iwlfrred In' flogging for all seyWhatmakes sold, Mr. Hess .> .
1. Phosphorus; : 2000 pounds of 3-9-3, a red soil offemes mid even for absence of of- I turned i<> diiu> things and took wing His Night Work .speaking of the- Chicago market:
Produces fruit goods a*, saved. I tlllDtl'd.-)ol1tb', Companion W ; you stay at the '
,, (a) ; reduced to a gray soil goods. ferine. but never punished stunted capacity I Ioffic [ ditions. An expansion of, the. ;
,' (b) Hastens maturity of fruit; 1000 pounds of 3-9-3 and ur tried to.I'stonD11M1 from so late at.nights?, Do you gain

y -!' (c)r Aid in growth of plant 100 pounds of 16 per cent acid phosphate I niedi.rltr if Parr made up his mind Memory's Pleasure. any i b,- itt. Hubby-No, but I i I jket. for this delightful tropical'g

... 2. NtiroRen: is equivalent to that a h .y wn" t<> be claswd as "medi From hilt_ several'-times come--er-within Gait easily be brought about >s: -
2000 pound ; the ITIMIHI dower ot gladness: ce -
an '
that gaining :'something. PhllaBecord. "
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(a) Produces growth of plant of 3-10-5 goods for enjoyed practical Immunity on the road ot life .
T ": fertile sandy soil from the liirrb ever after Bat fl sweet perfume la del : paign of education, among 'i.1"
affording green color; or gray soils. wafted over to the present hour-Rica-
i when the head consumers there being''tnfllion u'
,. Ul.t'lot told the (lootor ter. ; .. ..<
(b) Perfects grain and fiber; Poor soils: .Won
Pourd "I 1 Mirtf So-alld""lO Is a lad of f Still. heard
: fills out and makes heavier. Cottonseed meal __________ 150 genius' fh.!i 111I"W..r wr.a"Say' ,you sot If AlaI have three daughters on my people. who have never even '

(a) Then to get 60 pounds Plant Acid phosphate ___________ 150 Then IH tbe tliiujriiijc: begin tomorrow khn go a man to ea.-trrencn would team'to,proverb pray let handsL;fWyld-That's nothing. 1 have the fruit, in the opinion. of Mr.Herald. ....!. 4

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.I The largest fishing crowd which From all over the'state the infor- s

has taken a trip to the gulf this sea mation comes that registration for "BIG CHIEF-

.LIVE STATE NEWS son went yesterday on the launch the coming primary election is very THEM ALL'sSTRAIGttf

Benetta returning here in the after- light. There is not a great deal of

.F.r- noon with pounds of groupers. tune left for completing this work,

; ; ,things That Are Happening In Florida as Told by The party was mostly men, there and every Florida newspaper is urg-

',:c..,' I' Our. Exchanges. being but one lady aboard. She ing the voters to register. One 1 i

........ "'...."' .........A&A&A I.ry entered into the sport however, and thing that should be remembered no
- v vPractically
pulled in more groupers than most of one will be allowed to vote in the pri-
: purchase of his partners one all the roadbed for the
the gentlemen, landing ten large mary wno does*not register in the !
.a i tif lalf interest of a_fish business, Capt.I new railroad into Okeechobee is
new book now being made No
She also up.
during day. accomplished -
I ones
i ; E. Welles became the largest individual -' built and the rails are being laid I 100 pfcoop. .
a feat such as has not matter how long a man may have resided -
tli fish dealer in the world. He past Fort Drum. KLNTUCKYwnisIY '
: At the
: 1 rate the been reported before this season. in Florida and had his name t

; : operates thirty-five seagoing fishing work is now progressing on this por- She caught a piece of coral measur- on the registration books, the Bryan "$1 V ; -

vessels, besides a' large number of tion of the loop which will make its irg about two feet across which is : Jif
. ,,: primary law requires a completenew "Made in Old Kentucky" I
'iItit?1J. auxiliary" craft. terminal at Fort Pierce .it will be valued at $ -St Petersburg .Times. set of books and every voter's ; ,
; -
I :, The shippers at Center Hill made but a matter of a short time when Carrying two passengers and with name must be placed thereon if he The Home Sweet Home of Good WhiskeyThe
work will Tony Jannus in the steering seat the
; if!t\t their shipments in carload lots last commence on the line from expects to vote in the election this

.T I t'P? week and shipped by the Atlantic Okeechobee to this place. And once new Benoist here from biplane the which factory was at received St.- spring.-Times-Union Short Talks. pride of the oldest distillery in the Blue Grass {

r,;' Coast Line rather thin pay the. new work on that portion is commencedit Louis several days ago was given its A Greek sponging boat was blownup State_ whose reputation for quality is known the world over. -

express rate. Heretofore all the will require not over six months trial flight Saturday morning at St. Bottled in our own warehouse under strict supervision 1
U. stuff. .,has gone by express, but they according to the present calculations Petersburg and surpassed even the by dynamite fifty miles out from enables us to tell the world that Indian Bill is whiskey

.-': .', are determined to buck the new rate. before trains will be moving over the expectations of. the builder; Tom Be- Tarpon Springs last week. Capt. worth while. I

;,"mLettuce was the main,part of. theshipment loop into this city'-Fort Pierce noist. The boat displayed great car Michael Kouremetis and his crew of You will say so too, if you try it. Our guarantee l
rying capacity and Saturday afternoon nineteen escaped with slight bruisesto '
I.... News. protects you. Quick delivery our hobby. f
:c :/ on her second trip took four their fishing schooner which':was "

' -..: l'. Four million superficial' feet ,of R. L. Owen, while at his farm a persons, three besides Jannus. The being towed and returned t) this port EXPRESS PREPAID ,
mile east of the engine worked well o.nthe trial trip 4 Full Quarts $3.00 6 Full Quarts 4.50 ; )
.; sawn timber were sold by a Pensa- city Thursday after- There is no reason of these boats ,

cola timber brokerage firm last week noon, killed a monster eagle. The and speed the of boat five will miles probably an hour have better a having dynamite aboard; and it is 12 Full Quarts, $9.00 1 Gal. Glass Jug, $3.00 ;.

,'4 week to a Mobile firm of exporters. bird was setting upon a nest in the than the other boat, which has beenon puzzling as to who placed it there. WRITE FOR OUR BIG PRICE LIST f: .J.' f

The timber is for shipment to for- topmost branches of a lofty pine the St. Petersburg-Tampa run. The captain made the following statement ,t. 'k

eign ports, and calls for an outlay when the mail carrier brought her A beautiful exhibition of Florida ; "We were all in the bow of Chas. Blum Company ; "

of $60,000. The timber isall in stor- to mother earth. The eagle measured fruits was yesterday left at the Ridge the boat when the whole ship gave Established when your Grandfather was a Bay }. .1' t tWczrelaO

; age near Pensacola and'has been on six,feet eight inches tip to tip and wood hotel by William A. Warnock, way and listed to port giving us one HNo. 22 ,

; the market for a, few weeks. weighed 13 1-2 pounds. Mr. Owen of Oak Hill which were raised on his brief moment We pulled the schooner -

says ,he is confident that the bird farm at that place. They are labeled JACKSONVILLE, .: FLORIDA I
j The True Democrat, of Tallahassee "Eldora" products and consist of alongside of us, and had hardly
! made away with at least 25 pigs '
work has begun on the excavation grapefruit, lemon, limes and guavas. gained our footing when we saw the

t.I&Y.'l of the big Palm Beach canal his place during the past few months Mr. Warnock is a frequent guestsat tops of the masts going under. She t

-Gainesville Sun. the Ridgewood and believes he
sank in about fourteen fathoms of "
the largest drainage canal yet con
has of the finest farms to be :
structed through the Everglades-42 There will be a very large acreageof one water.. The ship was valued at $2,500
: I
found anywhere along the East .
7 early beans planted in Marion Coast of Florida. It comprises 829 and we lost $600 worth of sponges, Favorite FertilizerARE {; i

[ requiring county this spring. Besides many of acres of land the most of which is provisions and clothing." ,-

the planters getting, their seed thru under cutivation, and has an ocean
of material It will take at least The county commissioners of Or- '
f other sources and direct from seed frontage of nearly five miles. One r.
;: three years to complete the canal houses the Ocala Seed Store has sold of the lemons left at the Ridgewood ange county are taking the prelimi- j .f.t ;.

5 $4,000 worth of bean seed to plantersand I tips the scales at 14 1-2 ounces. nary steps towards the building of '
i | The first vessel to take a cargo of
i could have sold at least another Daytona News. their system of improved highwaysfor ;
"Trtcotton from the docks of the BEST '
new .
thousand .
dollars' worth if the seed which the people voted bonds .1-.1I
. 7 Gulf Florida and Alabama railway ould have been obtained. The bean St. Petersburg and other south ..
; arrived at Pensacola Friday. It 'is :crop has been, short all over the Unit- .Florida towns are suffering from an some time ago. The city engineerof FOR 1 $ .

; the British steamer Nessian, of five ed States and seed beans are scarce epidemic of burglaries, and it wouldbe Orlando has: been employed to ,'

. thousand tons, and she will load a and high.-Ocala Star. rather surprising if the criminals make the preliminary survey and will ALL CROPS ;1- -i

of twelve thousand bales by independent didn't reach Orlando about the time "
f cargo The Arcadia Enterprise tells of commence work as soon its he can Write for Catalogue. ;1
'1' for the fair. The Sentinal urges the
shippers. The cotton will '
'James ,Turner's method of provingthat spare the time from the city duties.
also be stored by independent steve mayor to see that the town is properly ,1 {
it pays to cultivate Florida soil. protected against them and The clerk has been instructed to ad- I
dores and a new outlet for ,
opens up
vertise for materials and prices for .0 .rtJ
A Mr. Turner and
' year ago bought would at the same time sound a warn- '
shipments from Pensacola.
cotton the construction of the system. No
planted $5 worth of Japanese seed
ing to citizens and visitors to be on
-:: With a broken gear and a big hole cane. He planted this cane on' virgin the lookout St. Petersburg police action has yet been taken looking to L ;

".J. rammed in its side, the launch Dawn pine land using $3.30 worth of commercial seem to be unable to cope with this the sale of the bonds. It is not anticipated I INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER CO.

'f... belonging brothers oft fertilizer. The, planted that there will be any diffi-
: >. to the Menges cane class of tourists'and since they have
Fcrt Myers sank in the Caloosa- exactly one-half of an acre of ground. round such easy pickings there it may culty in floating these bonds. The JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

.;;} .' hatchee river. The launch had been The crop was hoed three times but the be that they will be content to remain bonds are to bear interest at not exceeding .
j '
' t?.. on the- op-river for the last three ground was ploughed_ after being but this is not probable. Lookoutfor five and a half per cent WE SELL SEED POTATOES

i," v years and was formerly tender for the planted. Mr. Turner recently sold the burglars and pickpockets; they're The commissioners expect to be ableto .
P. Morgan The had the ground, without having to 'effect a sale at five.-Tampa .
,., J. .yacht Menges crop on on the way. Orlando Sentinel.
; to time in repairing the boat and.jt Rolland E. Stevens brought to the
.f The students at Columbia College bill of much interest to Floridians ,
only, recently had put it in shape for Daily News and Gazette-News office i i. i
introduced in the Senate
; was by
Lake City, have just passed throughthe *
the writer at'a cost of about $503. Tuesday a mammoth sppecimen of :
Senator Overman of North Carolina
trials strain of the term
A bpd: ex cauliflower by W. W. Ross at )
grown When You Want :
last The bill for ;
A tobacco raising expert was at amination. It has been a time hon- the Munroe & Stevens groves southwest Friday. provides
ored that at the close of refunding to citizens of the Southern
i Zona recently to look over the ground precedent of the city. ((The plant, which
with the idea of trying out an acre the mid-year examniations, a banquetis in the office window and states the tax collected on cotton by '

of tobacco on the muck soil He expressed given to the student body) so that was created placed much comment measuredover the Federal Government under the A Horse A Mule
throw off their and act of 1862 which is different from .
in the and cares
i confidence plan they may four feet'in height. Several of
worries and refresh and recreate any of those heretofore proposed, in
i thought that the muck would produce the leaves alone being three feet. in >
the finest kind of leaf. will their mental faculties through the that instead of authorizing that the
fr"' a He
and foot in width enclosinga
plant an acre, one-half of I which.will festivities and pleasures of adminis- length fine large a flower or head. The repayment be made to the holdersof A Buggy A Wagon

LH1' be shaded with laths and.the other tering to- the physical being. Last plant is of the "Autumn Giant" van the tax receipts it provides that ,1 .
half with cheesecloth. This Friday night this banquet was the taxes be returned to the individuals -
experiment -
ety and there are a number fully as j
held and it affair which will who actually paid the tax, or
\ will interesting to was an
all Everglade prove land very owners. be remembered by all participants.. large Stevens among place.these This grown variety at is not the I their heirs. Under the Overman bill A Set of Harness 1
the Federal government is to accredit i
-A" weather be-
readily affected by cold ,
---- --
: to each State the sums collectedby
ing much more hardy than the ordi- I
:, Y I. the direct tax, so that the State

t :If, You are Siibject ttf Colds nary kind.-Daytona News. can reimburse the citizens, and after Come to See Us

Zephyrhills and the country there- one year the balance remaining is .

: This Editorial ill Interest You. about has the right idea about road to be held in trust by the State to We buy. in car lots and give our customers
(The of that of be used for increasing pensions for
:! 1 building. people part
the benefit of the lowest prices. "'
GefOne Mbre Colds Every the country know the value of good surviving Confederate soldiers and
A Great Majority of People or .
i>" their widows. The total amount of
roads and they surely want them.
to Season and It is of Vital Interest to All to Learn How to
: Once each month they gather at the tax to be refunded is about
rr, Avoid and Believe Colds Quick! Since Colds are Said to some appointed place, and unite in a 85000000. About 100 Floridians l
J. &
1' ,\ be Contagions. \ full,day of road work. Last Frfidaywas have claims amounting to over a iIM
their regular January road day. million dollars.It .

Sixty-seven men were on hand, and
f l' Some people think colds are only caught through exposure This in is probably that Mr. Billy Bow- f +
they graded and hard-surfaced a half
return 'contradicted by,the fact that'Arctic explorers are peculiarly free legs and other members of the Semi-
of mile of. road that day, and went Starke Florida :
. J I that colds the result of civilized nole Indian tribe will be present at ,
1 from,colds. It is more generally accepted e home content in the knowledge thatit
the South Florida Mid-Winter
Expo- .
life,due to 1Uper- eated rooms and a very rapid chaJig in temperature which was done without graft or without sition to be given in Orlando Febru-

causes, the nerve centers to be depressed, and'still mo< e largely due to con increasing their taxes a single pen- ary 1721. Mr. Bowlegs is a personal

'tagion-ene member ejf a family imparting a cold to other by sneezing or ny. If these people persevere the friend of Mr. James L. Wilson of J
time is not far distant when Zephyr- 1
Kissimmee who has an excellent collection -
hills will be the good roads centerof It.
:. A cold means nothing if relieved quickly. That [ch a purpose may be the county. Dade City Banner. of Seminole weapons cooking

.; accomplished, a quick aid to a cold is an essential remedy especially utensils and curios, presented him t
Unless one watches the local post- from time to time by Mr. Bowlegs and
r. devised to relieve colds quickly is PEBUHA.HRTJHA office very closely the number of co- other members of the tribe. Mr. Bow- We Deliver i
benefici 1 influence a Bagof
contains such ingredients that have an especially
coanuts sent by parcel post will be legs is, a member of the Kissimmee

:f s upon the inflamed mucous membranes and the quicker these mucous vastly underestimated. Frequently one Board of Trade, having been proposedfor

4b. membranes are given the benefit of a remedy like PERU A.the quicker the mail will carry ten or a dozen sacksof membership by Mr. Wilson. The

i' relief and the less contagion. this husky fruit with no wrapp- Kissimmee board is the only body of cement or a barrel r,of lime with it

I A neglected cold may become a serious menace to one'sworse wn life, and far ing; the addresses penned on the the kind in Florida which has a Semi + the same creerfulness I as you ordered -
husk and the stamps afixed to the nole member, and Mr. Wilson is one
endanger one'i family. a big load of ,our building
.f1j ,may ;
same cover. Very frequently a visi- of the very few white men who has -
',t We insure our homes against fire, our lives againsf dea Why' should tor will come to the stamp window the full confidence and friendship of materials. Me figure that if we

'I' we not insure ourselves against colds if possible by having a lie in the with a quartet of these souvenirs in the Indians. Only recently Mr. Bow- can please you in small; things,. we

.till! family chest that CIa be used at once fPERTJVA her arms and an attendant carryinga legs visited Mr. Wilson at his home %\ will get your bigger orders when a.,

y is a reliable household remedy for colds and I be in every basket containing eight or ten and spent several days with him. you have them to give. Let's show

I, home for there should be desire to combat cold u poieible m'ore-all addressed and waiting for The fair directors have the assurance '
'i:,) 'a- # u quick, the weight-master's verdict before from the Osceola, county fair com- \q you how well we can serve you L's

; r Thisisenligbteaedhygiene. affixing the stamps. This is one missioners that they will make an with that little order you need now. !
ijj People who are feeble and run down are more subject to eo'I than per* class of mail carried by the parcel Indian exhibit and bring some real

.sons in normal health. Such persons need outdoor lift and PIK to help post that does not need the "fragile"tag live Indians with them besides Editor .

,'r.. build up altralr constitution, If you have apoorappttU* often affixed to it; and severe must be Triplett of The Kissimmee Valley Ga- Lumber
Quigly & Supply .
i darning that you probably used tab like Paw for J aids the the railroad wreck that would even zette-Orlando Sentinel Company ,
do not cause a crack to come in the contents. :
flgeitiw organs When your sppefcte k iairud work sad .
The shipment of a hundred a day is : :
Cans Old Sores, Other RenwfiM .t Cos.
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an uncommon ,
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'r t Ira tord tcunty'Telegraph GIVE US THE TRUTH., I USE, DOGS AS BLANKETS.How SEABOARD TIME TABLE.On : 1I1t++ \

r Ever since the so-called Everglades ALL IN THE ACCENT and after Sunday, January 4, + CHURCHES .<

?investigation, engaged in by the Com- French Knife Grinders Keep'Warm 1914, trains will run as follows: ; .

L at local. and Long Distance Phone While at Work. 'IIIIIIIIIIIIBaptist.+ 1111'1:111 Ht
Tittee on Expenditures in the Department I No. 3: Jacksonville to Tampa, duet : "
r 4 Number 40 Erer'isilor' to one 'of the great ;
'of Agriculture of the House of Starke 11:02 a.m.
Paris stores will bare noticed counters r \
Which Common
Representatives during the- Congressional on Usage covered with table cutlery of the characteristic No. 1, Jacksonville to Tampa, due Rev. C. M. Britton,. pastor. Mua. _

Published weekly, and entered as session of 1811-12 Florida farmlands and Dictionaries Disagree French pattern-broad, eurved at Starke, 11:14 p.m. day school 9:45, a. m. Mornin tuS: -

second class matter at the post-office have been the storm center of blades and born or black hone bandies vice, Ii o'clock; evening servieq=
No. 15, Jacksonville to Cedar Kay, o'clock. Visitors cordially invited ta"
at Starke, Florida. :criticism in every section the Unit- excellent steel and very cheap.' with us.
due at Starke 3:10 worship '
id States, and great injury has been LINCOLN AND LIEN 'AND LION. Almost all this is made at Tbiers and p.m.

x B. S. Matthews, Editor and Owner Jone the State through the widespread I by baud. Hut there is no external No: 4, Tampa to Jacksonville, due Episcopal. 4

F. E. Robbins, ___ Associate Editor, of false and \ I sign of manufacture, aud :i traveler at Starke, 2:37 p.m. Rev. 'E. A. Sherrod, rector S' J
mblication glaringly
An Amusing Verbal Duel In the Supreme
t and Business Manager vicious might pass through the town without No. 2, Tampa'to Jacksonville, due vices first Sunday in every month;
1 Court In Which the Lean suspecting a great industry.
--- at Starke, 4:54 a.m. Christian. I
# 1.7191-1 Jealous states and jealous interests Lawyer's Wit Came Into Play-A The swift flowing Durolle supplies

Sbrke,'Florida, Friday, Feb have resorted to unfair publicity Blind Man's Criticism of Irvin power at tbe"bottom of a deep1 and No. 14, Cedar Key to Jacksonville, Rev. John Mullady pastor. _

4'e -Au. methods in order to retard or stop narrow gorge, ou the steep side of due at Starke 7:45 a.m. es at 3 p. m, first and third Sunday!
: There are many words so habitually
Lincoln Beachey still survives. which the apparently sleepy town Is Starke and Wannee Brach. of the month.
the tide of immigration that has been mispronounced that the correct accent .
built At one story below street level Iii
,r -- canning strongly Floridaward dur- No. 101 leaves Starke 5:45 a.m. Presbyterian.r
so (L e.. the accent favored by the dictionaries _
to the of the chief
The sight of a man kissing a man we came forges
: ing the past decade. ) would appear: wrong If anybody firm. Here, with extraordinary quick No. 104 arrives at Starke 2:30 p.m. No i ,gular, pastor. Sunday !j
is enough to make angels weep. '
at 10 a. m.
The report of the House committeedid used it in current conversation. ness and skill the knives are band Seaboard Limited Trains 9 and 10 :.-

a The masked balls at Tampa Tues not reveal the fact that frauds This, of course, means that common forged blade hilt and tang- from No. 9, Jacksonville to Tampa, due Methodist, Sunda!

charged and intimated had been com-'; usages have, overriden the dictionary steel bar. then tempered one by one at Starke '12:51 p.m. Rev. B. T/ Rape, pastor. '

"GaspThere nitted by State officials or others interested IUd established a new standard which! I and two stories lower down at river No. 10, Tampa* to Jacksonville, due school at '9:45, a. m. Morning 8erJJ

in the reclamation and development the dictionary of the future will have I level, in a loug. dark, damp cellar, they at Starke 6:10 p.m. vice, at: 11 o'clock; evening service, 11

.- is nothing on earth prettier to respect just as those of today are ground and it is the method of o'clock., Visitors cordially invited. ta:
of the Eeverglades. Since this process unique'so far as !know, T. J. GRIFFIN, AgentI attend. 3 ,
Starke girl unless it is twoStarke respect the pronunciation of "lien"that
than a that report was made, though, a federal that makes the industry of Thiers .
they rejected in the past. Such
girls. grand jury sitting at worth a moment's description.The .
words are cocaine and ptomaine. which
has indicted a large number of Everglades river turns a score of emery .
married women are more the dictionary of the present
Too many r-cog- wheels about a yard in diameter and "

interested in a pocketbook than in a land dealers on the ground that i uizes as trisyllables. thus: co-ca-ine. above each of these is a narrow sloping
had misused the mails in
E cook book. they pto-m<\.lne. platform six feet long and two

i Everglades lands. The men indicted,I Anyone familiar with I'rench-a; language wide. Along each of these, flat and

The sweetest buds in this land of headed by Richard J. Bolles, principal that may be said to possess no face downward. lay a grinder, man or ihei

y: flowers are the fair daughters of private owner and developer of Ever-j accented syllables-n ill understand woman grasping a blade by the two

EI g Bradford county. glades lands, declare that there is Taine's complaint about London restaurants ends and pressing it by the whole
that whenever he ordered
ti \ weight of the body- against the revolving I
for their indictment and that
PO cause potatoes the waiter invariably served
wif of George wheel just below. The long
The umquhile :
they, will be exonerated. Whether him with buttered toast I 11Vl,7l 1
of Lima, Ohio, is the first row of stretched out bodies gave a
Deimer, A'nd of it another Frenchman
ItK. their predictions "come true, how- course was of be-
grim impression something
: in the world to alimony.
woman pay who made a jest of matrimonyby
ever, remains to be seen. tween a field hospital l and a mortuary.The .

Thousands of purchasers of Everglades pronouncing it ma-triui-ouy. foreman assured us that it was
John Lind daas: not say much, but Mark Lemon records a story aboutLord l I ,
work lands residing in other States much easier work thus to press ,I I I'I' ,", aMsl ,;;Y' .-' 'r i i
ha.makes the paragraphers j j| Chancellor Eldon and Sir Arthur
claim that Florida Governors and other against the wheel by cues weight than
to say something about him j i Pigott The first always pronounced
'' to sit and by the force of one'sarms.
officials in the past and present were the word "lien" in two syllables. as If press
every day. But to lie thus almost motion
jointly responsible for their losses: it was spelled) li-en: the latter pro-
less all day long in a dank cellar tar ,
Several Florida are using sustained j j uuuiu-ed it in one syllable, lean just
newspapers if any losses ever eventually below the ground level, is about as II
as it would be pronounced in ordinary
editorial paragraphs from the -by reason of the fact that they dreary and unhealthy a way fora human l
conversation. On this difference
(> Jekyll
*L l Telegraph without quotation marks knew the indicted land promoters were i wrote an epigram: being to pass his life as can be ,% ,

'< or credit. making false statements in their advertising -:(:; Sir Arthur. Sir Arthur why. what do you imagined. The place itself cannot be
mean warmed but to keep at least a little
matter. (Therefore, they
t It is reported that William Rocke By saying the chancellor's lion is lean?. heat in their bodies and stave off
. the State, through these officials, responsible -; Do you think that his kitchen's so bad as rheumatism the i
feller lose his power of speech. as long as possible IL '
may .
i all
f 1 for conditions that now exist,t
S ; In that event his money will talk for That nothing within it will ever get fat? grinders have adopted the extraordi- i4' t
Through these charges the honor of lie
him: I Lord LMon's! pronunciation of this nary expedient of training dogs to 1'5i
> the State is attacked, and evidently : unknown at all day upon them dogs of all sorts .
.' : legal term wa: nut one :>
The Lord have mercy on the United it is the duty of Florida to exert every time America.. Witness an anecdote and sizes There they lay. curled up ,.

States navy if the Bryan law, to 'reorganize possible effort to reclaim the 'Gladesand about Liul uln. lie once appeared in on the hacks of their owners' thighs, V "{.

: L" ;. it is as idiotic as the'Bryan fit the lands for profitable cultivation ,! the supreme court in a case involvinga living hot bottles.-Sir Henry ,Normanin money T
.. There to be desire lien ,upon a piece of property. -
i primary election law. seems no --
1 The presiding judge was noted alike
whatever to shirk this responsibilityon
recruited to its for obstinacy and pedantry. Lincoln BEAU FIELDING A PUZZLE. in this bankxno
The army has been the part of individuals or the Stateas
referring to the lien, pronounced it :
e full strength, but it will not remain a whole. i!I "
"lean. This visibly affected his He Was the Enigma of English Social ,
so 'long if the aviation corps continuesto The News does 'not believe that any honor. Life In His Day. ,

be decimated at the present rate. official of the State of Florida,' pastor -Li-en. Mr Lincoln," be gently re Beau Fielding was a young man of NOT take harvest

present, has been wilfully guiltyof monstrated."Very fashion In the reign of William 111. your ] money {
The immortal "Bob" Taylor, of Ten- well." said Lincoln. But a His house furnished.
was sumptuously
wrong-doing in connection with the home with There thous-
.k ., essee, once said, in addressing a bevyof reclamation, development and sale of little later be forgot himself and out his hunters backs and racers were of you. are

pretty girls: "Girls, marry bald- came the pronunciation "lean." great value and "he kept a table of
ands of
thefts of
Everglades lands. At least, we hopeno money every,year: that is kept 'j}
Once be corrected the .
a headed men, for of such is the kingdom more was by princely hospitality. He had no ostensible

: of heaven." official has been guilty of any sin judge. source of income. yet appeared in this way. Put your harvest money in this bank i

of omission or commission in this reward -:I "As you please" retorted Lincoln' to be rolling in wealth. All that
Withdraw it when
4 The Florida Metropolis suggests in the hope of gaining personally somewhat nettled. was' known of him was that be was you please. i

\_ to through dishonest transactions. |I I "Not as 1 please. came from the the fifth son of Thomas Wilson an il
that now is a good time begin saving Start an account like all the other farmers who have
Christmas. We The fact remains that the bench. "That is the pronunciation impoverished gentleman of Leicestershire i
for next' though,
money favored by Webster and by Worcester. Evelyn describes him as a very made successes in this worldl! Commence todayAcreBradford }
; can't till we pay back the money we. eyes of all Americans, and of residents il
I I It so obtains at Westminster hall and young man. "chil aud good natured,
borrowed for last Christmas. of some foreign countries ,
as also court in "
our own
f / supreme but of no great force of character.
well, are focused on Florida in con- Washington." and "very sober and of good fame."

r":. Don't- mix your drinks. A man in nection with the court probe of Ever-i I 1 j: Lincoln had now recovered his constitutional All attempts to discover his secret County Bank IF

". .. Pennsylvania drank a mixture of; glade deals, and The News hopes that good humor. Bowing to were vain. "In his most careless hours ..

,,i' 'Wine, whiskey, beer and other in- the truth in its entirety will be revealed I I the court he said: "Certainly, your 01 amusement he kept a strict guard Established 1889 : j/

has not had wink of honor, certainly. 1 only desire to say over bls'tonA'le and left gossip to ,
i gredie'nts and a before the have
courts ceased their
4'1 t sleep for more than fourteen months. investigation. I I that if my client bad known there was conjecture what it pleased." I. N. T. Ritch, Pr 4. W. 'T. Weeks. Vice-Prej. E. P. Duncan. Cathie t

a lion on his farm for so long a time, He redeemed his father's estate and it

j The truth about Florida is good I am sure be would not have stayed portioned off his sisters and when remonstrated -: .j.

'i' Advertising for a wife or husband is enough, and we believe that the truth there even long enough to bring this with on his extravagance ..
J '. a better way than no way.. I n fact, about .the confidence of purchasers ,I suit and 'should not have had the replied that however long his life .

i ,f' '. it is a very good way-the' modern and prospective purchasers of Ever I pleasure of appearing before this hon should last. he would always have AN UGLY VISITOR. evening tm had put one ofthenedggefIn 1.

Y',- ./way-and the.results are sure, if you I glades lands, which noted engineersand orable'court.." enough to live In the same way., Some the safe with a, long, black eraser&

t !. ,... an deliver the goods you advertise.' agricultural Of Henry Irving we are told that to said It was be who bad robbed the Inside to. mark la special entryCf.
.. experts; including His Unwelcome Call Brought About '
heroic and hard he
f I study
perseverance Holland mail for which another man Cramped and almost doubled as bt#J
; those employed by the National Gov- Dramatic Situation.The .
... added almost childlike
>. The writer does not believe that will eagerness to bad suffered: others that be depended I London was. Jie fniiuil it n I; easy matter toreaciTthe J i,
ernment, declare eventually be adopt suggested improvement In representative of an
any the gambling table! though he bladeot
slander :
upon the <<
of and } wi-apoa. JI
: chief end life
is the
politics made to yield greater and more varied his manner of delivery. A blind man never played for large sums. He was East Indian firm was working late at which w.iMS sharp'n a razor. Tas,'

; : he outgrew hero worship years ago, crops than any section of the Union once offered an, illuminating criticismon the enigma of social life till his career the warehouse A large consignment ing hN <'>'>..r.ijrtin':: both bands ,te 1fI

;' and he does not lose any sleep on account has ever known. his Shylock. The sensitive ear of was cut short by a duel. His adversary of goods newly arrived lay in the plunged tl!:"' Knife asiln and again Intu-'?

I of any particular politician or \ If State official private land the sightless auditor detected a" fault was at that time a young man about room that adjoined his office. The toeroTci!Tr* the si :ike. where theyrssd
affai of four
room was a simple chart
I. Candidate. {in irving's opening line: town like himself. John: Law who I : the Niiiall nn-rture.: There'fot';'
developer has been guilty of' covered walls. There a'desk In
was '
Three thousand ducats-well! afterward became the founder of the lowed :i trnltle.. Bearing sound aod"
; however let the facts be j the middle, a few chairs and a !
{ The country amen to the verdict "I hear no of the usurer inthnt famous Mississippi scheme by which I the nuixslu* ! says brought to the surface and justice be fireproof safe. It was nearly i m! 1 '11t some '
was the blind man's subsequent half of France was ruined. When the iuHQ.fiiU. Tiien suddenly the
n the case in which a charge of assault when a sound from the next raGm
I, meted in order that the State of Florida comment to Irving himself. "It mysterious Beau died he left only a Induced folds stokers to relax and go writMaff ,
was trumped against Senator the man to to the door in-
up is said with the reflective air of a man few behind him go to the T-
: and its people may be held blame- pounds and not a to floor.Owing \ :ht
Gore. the first Senator''to vestigate. Nothing seemed and "
In place to whom means tittle." wtoug of.the ;|
less.-Exc money very scrap of evidence to enlighten public to the extreme, tension
Gore is a gentleman; and in the ange. The justice of the criticism was curiosity.. he returned to hU- work, bjot left the ,. coils the keen blade had almost, sec |
second place he is not a fool acknowledged by Irving. He revised ajar. Prod the tidy ,in half. From head to'j

Most all editors are theoretical his reading/ not ouly of the first line Vegetable Ivory. Presently a faint harstf sound came tail it rn ':>suivd nearly forty feet

The difference between,the ex-con- farmers and consider themselves but of several others in which be now Vegetable ivory is the product of the from the next room. Hif sprang'up to o'if
behold the bead of
verdict who is a candidate for the governorship apable of advising practical farmersWe saw that he bad not been enough of plant known among botanists as Phy- through the doorway a snake protruding Eased His Mind. <,ft;;

of Oklahoma and many other know an editor who farmed successfully the moneylender macrocarpo., it is a native of When the reptile srfw him it i Having suffered mental anguish, taj
a George Eliot in 1itldlemnr -h" found
sup South America, the
'chietly on
politicians ia in'favor of the exconviet. for fifteen years and unsuccessfully plies a classic instance of the valueof a second reared: its head until it say nothiu of damage' to my repuu2
banks of the Columbia.
one He farmed .Magdalena. almost on a I el with tlon as a jwet fronf typomphical.f
.'. He has served his time and year. the a (.t'nt.llen Lyndgate, sore It is mostly found in separate the man'sand
groves. arrangements
and otheraccidents
same of the others have not successfully fifteen years on paper distressed at the failure of all bis professional in damp localities and ground began to da its tongue angrily :
end failed the upon In and out of Its outh. )incidental to the careless'J
only he tried to aud financial ,
year plans comes to
that bears no other form of plant life.
handling herewith
of I submit
till the soil. This incident tends to his wife for sympathy\ she meets him No novelist ev r imagined a more verse. lg
Occosionally suspicious looking The seeds contain a milky juice which desperate situati The form of sfcinza which I believe to be |

packages come to the local express show the extent of the knowledge of with the query: as it ages, hardens until it becomes a and appa n.ently without man was unarmed proof ng-iii.t such vicissitudes., It:i

office with the words, "Use no hooks" agriculture possessed by the average "What Whereon can' the I do?author comments. : valuable substitute for animal ivory. of escape The loment he 'withdrewhis means read the same backward and forward.

printed on one side The man who :ditor. "That little speech of four words like ft Subtle eyes from ose of the snake it up crud d.wn'and' standing on yoorj!

marks the packages thus forgets to Dig. lowered its .hea,d and moved toward head:
so many others in all languages, is capable -Weel. weeL" said the bailie to the

add the words, "Use corkscrews." Lady Decies, who married Lord of expressing all states of mind. assessor, when a youth was brought him.But WE SHOULD WORRY.
up mOuld we all worry?
Decies for a title, advises American from helpless dimness to lexhaustive before him for some trifling offense be bad i Iready determined' on We should worry, alt I.

If Harry K. Thaw is sane when he girls not to marry for a title, and argumentative perception, from the "ye ken we manna be ower hard on his course The great safe stood open. Ail worry, should we?

emerges from his manifold difficulties, Lady Decies knows. However, few completest self devoting fellowship to the puir fallow. We were laddies aince He sprang into it and closed the 'doorwas Worry all we should. _

; it will indicate the possession of an American girls are in danger of mak- the most neutral I aloofness. Rosa oorsels. and 1 suppose I was as big a behind him. although he 'did not'sbutit Copyright applied for-Henry Tyf-

mund's thin utterance threw into the fule as ony o' them when '1 was completely. That would have meant rell in New York: World. '
exceptionally sound mind in the be- ing such a mistake, because few of stow but c rtain suffocation. He
U words 'What can 1 do? as much yoon" ,' "
I ginning, for he has passed throughan them ever have a chance. neutrality as they could hold. They "And you're not an old man yet slipped a snuill cashbook into the aper- A Famous Paper. 'fi.i

ordeal that would test any man'ssanity. fell like a mortal chill on Lyndgate's bailie." said the assessor! blandly.Youth's .- ture and he d the ponderous door open 'It would Iw difficult to find a P.1fJt'.k

Universal is roused tenderness." r- Companion. about bait/an inch. with a more romantic history than La-
peace a pipe-dream.
Meanw lie the python-for such It Gazette d'j' Uollande In the sever|
Nations One of Du Maurier's best cartoons in -- '
are I
composed of individualnen
.I1 "The secret of the happy life the and Punch shows a deferential man of Inquiring I Fruity. was-in ai paroxysm of'fury, had flung teentb and eighteenth centuries' stateSv, 'II";
man, is a fighting animal, its coils twice round the safe' which men of the first rans were her contrtbutorsLord .;,
mind this
.successful life, said a fine man tome individually and propounding questionto "Do you expect this romantic turn tied
collectively, and until stood some distance out from the wait ChttiTfleId and
"is preserving one's capacity for man loses his a professional beauty: of yours to tear any practical froitaT'"I ertck the ITuss'uu
instinctive combative- "Ain't tired of bearing The creature drew its the utmost Great king of Wj
you people
do. I have
now a date with a
enjoyment I never miss a sunset te/nslon/ ail Mme but two of illustrious fofi.g a
less or undergoes effort an
a complete changef say 'That is the beautiful Miss Bel-! peach who is the apple of angry. ,to '
he said. "I never fail to pat a child nature, universal is size?'" 'my eye. crush e iron safe. During the war of independence Wad|
peace impos- and with whom I to make ,
expect a
.' upon the head; I ,come to supper hun :sible, in spite of all peace pacts, "Oh, no" the professional beauty re- pair when 1 have picked a few plums By a effort the desperete'.pri3onercollect : fagton sought the symplthy'of Europe;

gry. I taste each thing I eat. I marvelat treaties and international agreementsto plies. "I am petting tired of hearing; unless she bund me a lemon in the .. his 'wits. He remembered through its columns. In 1810 it'W' J

the telephone.the trolley car, thewonders the contrary. A man who won't people say Ms THAT the beautiful Miss m ntlme."-Halti'JU'elIJeriran.! that a. case slightly damaged and In temporarily suppressed by Napoleo*R.
mark "to"be kept in a Its modern form La Gazette fcj'
Belse? -William S.
in Chicage
of my watch my lead pencil, ught for his rights is -- tlfNetherlands
no man at all In'maklnl .
RecordHerald.Try warm had been put Jn the ad- accomplished good work
tho excellence of pen and ink, the and a nation that won't do the same One Way to Pay. jolnin room and doubtleis1 accounted and her colonies bettrf!\_

courtesy of my"street'car conductor, thing will "Has Owen ever paid hick that $10 j't
soon sink into a state of for bi horrible visitor. But the'ex- known beyond'their own bottndarleIt
to be something ID the world you loaned him a year ago?
the. beauty. of grandchildren. : .
my .bpendency.: planate Do although simple offered no -
and will be "Oh. : lit nornm-ed
you something. Aim at yw twentyfivemore
William McAndrew in Journal of Ed- -ooWlula Ion.. :.Something
moM be done. '
excellence and excellence. will be at.talned. from me last wtk acid only took ,may! ,be a little farther arena* |>U*),
',. Telegraph |1XO The Ci ptive racked bU brain .sorely corners 4 rod
:ybacaon. : 7 ear .-BoIleau. 4 fifteen -Boston Truuxcrtpt of square deal .but thi'
_. ,; J until aii, ,Idea struck bim.Earlier la the ia betA1In: ,

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tlf/ Miss Margaret Kilgore, of South Mr. F. E., Poole, who has been in NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE k

land Seminary, Gainesville, is expected Starke for several weeks seeking Wood's Superior b
Notice is hereby given to aU concerned that III
to spend the week-end here a guestof location has decided that Bradford six months after date hereof I wilt present I

[[Bits OflicalInformation Miss Lucile Freeman. Miss Kilgoreis county is good enough for him. He my .final, returns aa administrator of the es- Seed Oatsare
tate of Sallie S. Ches er, late of Bradford
; 'eft Starke a week or two ago to return I ,
talented musician'ahd ,
a possesses county. Florida deceased and apply to the
rich 'contralto voice. to'his old home at Hannibal Mo., County Judge of Bradford County Floridafor choice,Tecleaned heavy seed grain.
II ,
I ; i to make arrangements to-locate here my final discharge. We offer all the best and most productive I .

w On Saturday Judge, George A. I permanently. He shipped his house J. D. BAXTER kinds for saecdini; .1

: &ki snMB/.. leerb, lsrllasai a+U Gardiner performed the that hold goods and arrived here himself Administrator of the Estate of Sallie S. Burt or 9 .Day E
L ceremony ,
i : '!IPN4 lit c. eM T...... Chesser '
II made Mr. C. M. Hudson,of Jackson- Sunday; Mr. Poole will engage in Texas Red Rust Proof.

u: ville, and Miss Maggie Starling of trucking and berry growing.Silk Jan, 26m. Swedish Select i

I-. .. 1 Highland, man and wife. Mr. and ... B&ncrof, Appier etc.
and in
: : Mr. M. Leviton spent Sunday in Mr. and Mrs. C. N.'Allison were Mrs. Hudson willy reside 'in Jackson.' poplins crepes plain NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE. Write for prices and samples
I and brocaded effects, for spring wear Thirty days after the first, publication of f "
:1 Jae1 ksonvi, f summoned to Gainesville Monday 'on ville. I at Morgan's. A cordial invitation is this Notice I will apply to the Honorable Wbod's 1914 Bescripjfoe Cataloggives '

: it .., .Mr. F. L. Turner was a visitor to I account of the illness of Mr. Allison's I If Mrs. H. C. Richard left Tuesday i i.evening' extended to you, to inspect them. i Ceo.County A.,Florida Gardiner for County an order Judge to sell of at Br/dford priatesale specially full and valuable infor-* _

1 acclenny Sunday.' th iSee'our'new-. for a visit to the wholesale Everything indicates that .we are the undivided one fifth interest each of motion about

!: : .i J I millinery emporiums of Atlanta, to have an unusually good strawberry Daniel. Mertie. Levy and Fred Lindsey's Spring Oats Barley,
: Mr. David Wills, of Gainesville, was white and blue crepe 'Philadelphia and New York, where Minor Heirs of Marrion Lindsey deceased Grasses and Cloven.
The Bank of Starke
in Starke Saturday: waists-Morgan's. she will select the latest ideas and season.: in and to the following piece parcel or tract Seed Corn Sorghum, -
'I t t hopes this will be the case' and invites of land situate in Bradford County Florida, Cow
I : Peas Soja Beans:
creations in spring millinery goods '
Mr. L. H. Austin of Jacksonville
I the
all growers to make use of and described as follows, to-wit:
} Rev. B. T. Rape made a flying trip for Lane's establishment.For also about all other ,
: former chief of Starke police department its facilities in handling their business Commencing at a point One Hundred feet Jacksonville. Monday. I arrived for week'svisit West of the Seaboard,Air Line Railroad Tract. farm and Garden ,Seeds.
I Monday a dry goods. Leviton.Mr. during the season. It is no troubleto I
Thence on the North line of the Southeast '
1 Catalog mailed free. Write for it. -
"I W. Lake has appeared on the streets here. us to supply you with change or of Section
of the Northwest Quarter
.J. D.Hurst employe at Hull'PDepartment Quarter i
after week's illness. to the other little services
again a perform South and Par-
Twenty-Six (26) and running
t Mr. A. P. Fat of Jacksonville'in shown
: I Store considerable T. W. WOOD 6 SONS.
l' needed during the busy season. One allel with the'said Railroad Three Hundred
:.i See,the new spring hats at-Lane's. 'dustrial agent of the Seaboard Air ability as a window artist and Fortyfive345) feet thence West on '
the things we arehtre for is service Seedsmen Richmond, Va. ,
Feb 7.2t |Line, railway was in Starke Friday. by the way in which he has dressedup same variation as the section line Six
.14... :-' \ I to the people. Call on us'when we Hundred and sixty (660) feet thence at right .
t ton business.. the show windows of the store angles North to north line of the above described -
E ,M. H. Chancy, of Raleigh, spent. with seeds and other things can be of service to you. 2-27-2t (40) acres thence East on same line !
J 'Sunday with his'family here.: i There was a slight frost in this sugges- to point of beginning Containing Five (5) To Cure Cold
: : tive !of spring gardening. CEMETERY WORKING. acres, more or less. All in Section (26), Township a in One Day I
I section Sunday, but not enough to ,do (5) south of Range (22) East. rate LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It stops the
I f f Mr. J. F.,Gist, of McIntosh, was in any particular damagetto strawberries ..- Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Snyder arrived On Thursday, March 5, there will ILA LINDSEY, Cough and Headache and works off the Cold. .
Guardian of the above named minors Druggist refund money if it fails to cure. .
: Starke on business be
Saturday. I or other crops.A from Philadelphia Monday and will an''all-day cemetery 'working at Jan. 30-Ct E. W. GROVE'S wgaatwe wi ea
!'t,jj s'.'. Dr. G. W. Brown, of Lawtey, was. brisk cock fight at the corner of be guests at the City Hotel during the Prevatt cemetery in beautifying, and all this persons city interested of :

$.j a visitor to Starke Wednesday.' Call and Walnut streets afforded considerable strawberry season. Mr. Snyder repre- .
the dead invited and
sents C. Wilkinson's Sons, commission are come =
c' Albert C..Canova ; amusement to a.number of spend the in to do this
,Mr. of Jacksonville merchants, Philadelphia and will day helping us r S
I .
is visiting relatives here.. I spectators Monday. buy berries for them at this point. work s TIRESTIRESTIRESBuy
r t'; Feb. 20-2t T. F. MANSELL.
Master Niles 'of Mr. and
Ray, son
1'W 1fle cloth in black or blue and Dr., James P. Tomlinson who for

: white at Morgan's-Very' stylish. Mrs. L C.,Ray, fell from his bicycle the past several years has been a successful Your Tires Direct At Lowest ;
I Tuesday afternoon and broke his left
(Y Mrs. H. R. Sapp of.' Lawtey, was arm near the wrist. physician of Lake Butler on Prices. ; { :
last Morday bought the handsome
; in Starke on business Monday.
; Chiffon and net 'rufflings in white %cme of Dr. T. D. Gunter and with By buying and contracting direct from the factories .. 1' .

L-tf ,R. M. Alvarez, of Jacksonville, was and blue at Morgan's. his interesting family will move here for tires in for cash
large quantities spot we are
f here Wednesday and Thursday. this week. The people of Starke extend GALVANIZED WELL-CURBING, '
.' t Mrs. Charles F. Pace, of Washington to them a warm welcome. is inexpensive and keeps the water able to offer them at a great money saving price

[||t\ I Attorney J. E. Futch went to Lake I D. C., was Starke from Fridayto clean and healthful. Light and easy direct to the consumer. A saving of from. 35 to:,60 f '

City on legal business Saturday. ,1 Sunday for the. first time since he s Allover lace waists are much. worn to handle. Warranted to give satis per cent I

leff five ago. this season. We have themMorgan.The faction. Call write
years ,
Ready.t -wear spring hats at 1! : I QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.flfffffftffffffffff. When you buy tires from us you get full value, and ,

-t! Lane's.,' v I .- Feb:27-2t I;. Mr. R. B..Lee, of Theressa was in following members of the f don't have to pay the dealer's profit, salesman's
<[ 1! Starke Saturday 'with 'a fine bunchof senior class of the State"University, ,
Hon. A. D.' Andrews,*bf Raiford, !' commission and other high selling and overhead ex
home-grown ,bananas which he Gainesville, were in Starke Saturdayto ...
was in Starke on business Tuesday.Mr. j'I'sold to L..D.Register & Co. have their photographs struck at I penses. We sell tires direct to consumer at jobbers

I + Hoover studio Messrs. C. prices and YOU GET BIG VALUE AND EXACTLY -
T.,F. Gaskins, of Elarbee, ,was : the : L.
in the county seat on business Monday_I[ John Surrency, of' Graham, was Welch, J. A. Miller, L. W. Alexander, WHAT YOU.PAY FOR. '
convicted of in
selling liquor JudgeGardiner's
J. R. Springer, H- G. Conant, H. G. + 4 Shrewd auto owners compose our customers among
) Dr. L. J. Adams was a \visitor to court Wednesday and fined Clayton, Alex Shaw and J. H. Peter 4 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 4 them bankers merchants lawyers doctors i
F: Jacksonville from Friday till Monday.Mr. $100 and costs, which he paid, + 4 are ;
t son. 4444+44444444444444FOR planters and men in all lines who know :values and Il

Rodney Turner has accepted ", Arrangements are being made to Mr. W. R. Roberts, who has been SALE-Cow and youngcalf.. realize the advantage of buying direct;;
in Hull's Store. clean Crosby cemetery. An announcement f
*, a position Department mail carrier on routes one and two
automobile month we-secured ;
!1 of the date will be made as soon A. H. Freeman. Feb 28-tf During the past "
High quality' and,low prices. The the completed. from Starke the past year, has been some excellent deals from the factories and now offer our -' .
as arrangements are
best in harware: ,DeWitt C. Jones. promoted to. the position of railway i FOR SALE-150 bushels of choice purchases at the following prices: t

r i A letter from Mr. T. B. ,Hartig mail clerk between, J Jacksonville and short cotton seed of the improved Among our tires are Diamond, Goodyear Quaker,'Nassau "

;t Mr. Walter Langford, of Lake ,advises us that he is now located at Atlanta 'and he will begin his new Peterson variety. Apply to N. G. Empire, Fisk and others,of equal quality .

\utler, was a visitor to Starke" Mon Newberry, Fla., where he is employed work Monday. :Mr. John Crews will Hayes, Brooker, Fla. Feb. 20-4t All Tires Guaranteed Fully Note These Prices'Carefully' frl

day I as principal of ,the Newberry high succeed him as carrier on the local .
routes. TUBESSIZE 1
e Mr. and Mrs. 0. T. Nelson, of Sax school FOR SALE-A quantity of good seed TIRE GREY RED REL1NER

ton were in Starke on business Tues- Culver cane at your own price,for quick sale.
American wire fencing 24, 34, 46, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. and Mr; 28x3 $ 7.20 1.65 1.90 1.35 .
cia. Inquire at this office. '30x3 7.80 1.95 2.20 1.40
and Mrs. John 0. Moesch
.. 18 inches. Hull's Departmeat Store.D. son, I! 30x3 1.2 10.80 2.80 3.10 1.90 '
Mr. and Mrs. William Fowler re- Frank all of Brooklyn, N. Y., visited 31x3 1.2 11.00 2.90 3.20 1.95
W. Alvarez was arraigned before Messrs. W. E. and J. R. Davis and FOR SALE-Choice building lot on 3M 1.2 11.90 2.95 3.25 2.00 r
turned Monday from a Bell, Mayor E. E. Canova Thursday upon their families Tuesday while on their West Madison street, size 70 x 214; 34x3 1-2 12.40 3.00 3.30. 2.05

FlsL..\. I a charge of selling liquor. He enteredI way home from the East Coast. Mr. price $350. E. S. Matthews. 30x4 13.10 3.10 3.40 :: 2.30 P r
31x4 1345 3.20 S.tiO 233 I
'y Hon.:E. S. Matthews was in Tallahassee I plea of guilty and was fined $100 and' Mrs. Culver and their daughter, RucalSSut 32x4 '13.70 335 380 240 e
tif 1 Monday and,Tuesday on busi and costs. Mrs. Moesch were residents of Starke 33x4 U 80 3.50 3.90 2.45 ,, ;
Newly painted. Good condition.
34x4 16.80 I 3.CO 400 2 fJO
f\-:) ';, ness. \ I many years ago. DEWITT .
The' Bank of Starke is growing JONES '
I 35x46x4 17.25 375 4 2O' :. 2,70

tf ;, Dr, Othma L. Haynes has been at right 'along and invites those who, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. ":Mearse. ofSemihole A' Starke, Fla. ; 1785 3.90 425 2 TO t
34x4 1-2 18.10 4 80 510 3,40
1 home this week' nursing a severe sore wish to'make 'financial progress to Fla., were th. of FOR RENT-Five room house: Applyto 35x4 1-2 18.75 4.85 520' 343

f C throat take advantage of its banking facili- Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Hoffman Thurs- J. W. Morgan. 1-30-tf 36x4 1-2 1945 4.90 5 so 3tO; j

< ties and grow with it 2-27-2t day and Friday last week. Mrs. Hoffman '7x4 1-2 2150 5.10 5.40 370 '.
1l1' :, i Mrs.. Elizabeth 'Johns is visiting S6x5 2300 680 6.20 400
;ij- : her daughter Mrs. Irvina Reynolds in Mr. r J. H. Roberts was called to accompanied her guests to 'OR SALE CHEAP-One second 37x5 24.00 5.90 685. 420 ,1

:!: Tampa, ,.: Jasper last week on account of the Tampa Friday to witness the big hand 4horse power gasoline engine We can farnish.all other sizes non-skid 10 cent higher.Our .
events at the
carnival ,
I Gasparilla and in
k illness of his' aged mother, who is first-class condition. Quigley -
IJf she will remain in South Florida for supplies of these tires is United so we fdvise early ordering. Re-
Lumber &
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wyble, ofGainesville Supply Co.
.tearing the'ripe, old age of one hun- member, they are new, clean, fresh fully guaranteed- goods. All high '
visit of
4,1 were. visitors to Starke tired years. a. two weeks. grade goods that will give best service. '
Saturday., ,t, \Wire fencing for field and WANT-purchasers or renters for TERMS 5 per cent sect rt if full amount accompanies order. C. O. D. '
,'rdty ,Telegraph $1.50 per year. pasture some good farms on liberal terms. upon receipt of :0 per cent of COIL Prompt shipments.. Money return. Y
; -Mr., Lex Andrew reports catching still going. Prices and quality talk I D. E. KNIGHT. Starke. 12.26 tf. I ed if unable to fill order. Send us trial order now. -

.; a' nine-pound trout at, Rowell lake ,On Monday" Mr. and Mrs 'D. E, at The Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. I !l TIRE FACTORIES SALES CO. Dayton Ohio 'i
FOR SALE OR. of ..
( last Saturday. Knight had as their guests Dr. J. P. RENT-My place .
Whether have 31, H. P. Plant Jan 30-84. :
Tomlinson and Dr. John E. Maines you ,ever transactedany acres. Fouts City, A

; ,Kitt dried dressed lumber at $12 J 1 1i ad Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Langford, ajl business with this bank or not Fla. ". l-2-8t. %_ '" ,

i per thousand. Quigley Lumber &: Butler.'t, you will be welcome here when we .
Lake FOR RENT-7-room house, 4 acres of I .
Supply Co. can be of service to you. Whetherit
: r 14. and Mrs. Bert Fowler and is to make change for you to collect land and all necessary buildings, $10 -

4 Judge J.. T. Wills*, of Gainesville, Messrs. Charles and Joseph Fowler yoUr checks and drafts or to per month. B, T. Rape, Starke, flat Jerry P"ice. jf: .I
n '
was in Starke Saturday, on circuit from' l-30-4t Pompeii. The best kuowu>cs: :'jyee of .1 Cincinnati ,
have Bell Fla. to Starkeon receive
inpved deposit we will gIve .1
your .
you .
'. destroyed by an .
i. .- Pompeii was eruption firm of tailors U tb. t"IJJ-t'] ; I
court business. accoVit of the superior health conditions prompt and cheerful service. Bank of ; 1
+ FOR SALE-120 acres woodland, 2 of Vesuvius. on night Aug. porter, Jerry In order to l11list'rW ti.'l
Mrs. D., W Alvarez attended the I tfcat prevail here. of Starke. 2-27-2t miles southeast of Starke, well timbered 24. A. D. 79... The ashes burled the of the good will awl baj ixxtk I av ;1&:;;-,
whole city and covered the surrounding the firm has Ineorponitfd umivr ts.tthat 't' :
i ... funeral of Mrs. J. C. Morris'in Jacksonville Shoes aV Leviton's.Dr. Mr. W. R.., Canova, of Lake City, $10 an acre. Carter "Newsom country. After a lapse of 1.500 covers several( |pages of >;.: a, ;L:%.;L

f:. Friday. .'-U. G. er has been notifiedbf traveling freight agent sof' the Seaboard Starke, Fla. l-30-4t years a countryman as he was turning following this abridged city :",'t'! tlH..', t. :

Rev. Olin Boggess, of Lawtey, was his appoin ent as captain of Co. Air Line railway, was in Starke ap the ground found a bronze figure Is the abbreviation "lI.; '.*" .\'t't.-:ttr'r:. "
< Monday to get in touch with the Father's Ultimatum. and this discovery led'to further while being measured t '
.a welcome caller at the Telegraph E., Secftnd I antry, National Guard
various objects "
P 'receive his shipping business, and he assures the The father of a large family of office f Florida and to
+ ; of expects
Thursday : and at length the city was un '
I i commission wi in a few days. truck and berry growers that they was trying bard to read the evening covered.light In the shop whose iiaue 1101'ti t Uu( .ap; t r,

Mrs. Charles Larson;of White City I will not,be neglected by the freight paper. pear on the win10'Whnfll tin tr >'i- '

"' is the charming guest of her.'sister, It is a pleasurfe to us to be of serviceto department of the Seaboard duringthe "What's that terrible 'racket In the bler "Oh. I'a dare I-o(-s'all rfcbt.; replied ';- i'J
hall Martha!" George Ada on Matrimony. Jerry., Ts de iiii;."-\r!liDaut.
:.; '.,. Mrs. ,D. E. Knight, i you in anytm ng that pertains'to heavy shipping season. "One of the children just fell down- George Ade. discussing matrimony _____ *
'' the banking' b ness. Drop in and In an after dinner speech at the Ctl- The Part H* Took.
..j": CoL D. E. Knight was a business I' The local military held stairs. .
make use of our facilities. Bank of company cago Athletic club said: Mamma: I'm orry you and, your )
: visitor to Daytona on Wednesday and I apractice drill and engaged in a "WelU" he replied, turning over another effecfof and Ul .
Starke. ,227.2tMiss of the paper, "you tell the "Marriage, has the giving a sister quarreled orange,
.ir.' Thursday of this week. [ sham battle in the grove at the foot children page If they
'; Lucile F eman came homefrom of Call street' Monday evening. A quietly they'll have to stop lt"-LIppincotfs. "Many a time. looking at tbit husband fere. Whose part did he take?
Mrs. C. H. Marks and popular '
: young << school at Gainesville Wednesdaywith little .touch of realism was lent to or that I say to myself: Small Tommy-Part, nothing! He
..t i sonCharles, Jr., spent a few days a dislocated Vice, which injury the mock conflict by the fact that -'Ab. if that man were only as wise took the whole orange.Seems .

.. e} in Gainesville this week., she sustained while racticing a jumping neither of the opposing squads knew Showing Him Kow. as he thinks his wife thinks be 18."" .

Wit Mr.. and Mrs 'Paul E. .Canova and !V ,exercise t with \her gymnasium cartridges and both sides were RARA "You young scoundrel said the father "Tb re- are some That bodies Way of water
seizing his disobedient son by the Easy Way Out.
jt Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Canova were class that' the 'other was supplied with call there not r '
hand "I'll show you bow to treat yourmotherf "My life is made a burden ty. bill they bights are .1 [
ti visitors to Jacksonville Monday, cartridges and both sides were surprised "
: i,. .Apalachicola oysters.: J. F Kick- collectors. "Yes. i '
,- if not scared. Then I should thlnk,the bights were
-t1 And be save him several bangs on "I've discovered a way of geWn3'ridof
} j Mr'I., W. Pinholster, of Clay county, liter. ; the ears and then shook him until) ,his 'em that never falls." the most appropriate places for the ;; -

:'tf.bor; many years a citizen of Bradford ''Mr Jrf ,J. Thomas, oi Gainesville How's This? hair began to.fall ,out "For heaven's SB ".. put me wise. barks.-Baltimore AmTlcan.Hit .

i' i County, was here on business Monday Has been employed as assistant to Mr. We offer One Hmtred Dollars Reword "i pay *em. my boy.-Boston Transcript Authority""

j111!1 Mr. 'Ebe Walter arrived .Monday', A. P. "Hoffman,in the S uthern Express for any case of Catarrh tL.t Her Little Slip. Jim Jackson-Xo, :sub; yo' don't
I :from Dover Delaware; to straw. Vs office at'this Aoint during cannot be cured by Hall's .Catarrh Departing Guest-We've had a simply wukVln, day
\ ,. buy delightful time! Hosteaa-I'm so Alfalfa From Everywhere. ketch dis coon on a rainy

,",. i berries. during, the, season at this point 4 ,. the'lieivy business of the|strawberry Cure. P. J. CHENEY &: c:>..Toledo. 0.', glad At the same time I regret that 'Alfalfr'Js a cosmopolitan plant In I like dis. Squire Hennery (astonished) ;
tf seaspn.' Lire Lacwa r. J. kept all our best people Its travels it has picked up traits from -Rainy? Jim Jacksim-Wa l, dat'swot
1. issued TueVl T7o too tn:!: !:::te<1. the storm
| A:marriage license Was :, Ch racy for the \:.:t T; ycc;s. aid bcLcva -Brooklyn Life. every quarter of the globe. The alfalfa de almanac sacs, an* dat';good ,>
1 !l day; morning to "Mr.. .Robert,, Burden :Section Foreman J. S.jForsyth is Mrs:'nssactionn perfectly and hoaona'e financially in ath ell tt business corry away. we have in the United States, com, 'nun fob me.-Puck. .. 1i

4,andi Mia}, Winnie Rogers, .of .Provj5f ,.spendinga vacation .at pus former .:t any O !! ;alos rr.t: .o ly Ll3 fim. Second Hand Lover. ing from Mesopotamia .Africa. Spain. -
"elenee-' i home;:Brooker. In,his al sence .. ,F. uATI0i.1LI: c:' c::" zr.c:; "Dobbs tells me he b a great loverof South America Turkestan. Siberia,"the

r r M,t Sutton will watch out for igh cent j ,:;'.::;10. OHoh'a nature." Ural mountains. France and many other There Is a vast, difference! .between.

'; ,:,American f ence. ,-If quality and not ers" and "low, quarters |n the'Sea- ."Catarrh rcctluii C-.TO tho Is ta-ea bled InterniT."tij ant -'-, "Tea. I don't know of any man who places has brought us as many those 'who hare otrj-oing to say and

... quantity counts; you will buy Ameri'idtttfence.Liw board track.Telegraph. : ". t'.:rUcs c! t'.o tr=:fc=\.'Tcsfsorl-: enjoys seeing the picture of a sylvan characteristics as it .has origins.Breeders' .- those who want to gay ioraethlnf.
C -.=t f: -, r:'!r-j 73 cents p.r bats Ed than Dobbs I 'John Stony'
;; price ..De Witt '.7 :,'1 !'rcr'stlTaa : dell In a magazine more Gazette. Timothy
'1 {mes. :,- $1.50'per.. IZali's Prr 'f PEsfc ecarti? Uon.X does."Birmingham Age-Herald. I "
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WICAL TALKS Ibis type k the only! one that has had DR. the Circuit Court 8th Jaditial CI H. C. RICHARD se=sa R.

.. any decided tendency to expand our DICKERSON I Bradford County Florida x.

exports In recent Ie:!rs. Abort 4o IHT Who Snc nets TTwn: Ctacrs: !"c3 Bradford County: Bank a Corporation 4?

cent of the total .amount l.rllllul'tll U :teA::" Cere;: W'DO I VS Insurance
BY GOVERNMENT exported tilt reminder luiug used in PernuuwBt M'FN; Charge made I W. J. Hillman Company a corporation, -General Backachea

consumption Bill to RBOTC Cloud and Quiet Title
domestic : Don't wait nntfl na- .
handledas tore KITH and Te 'All Whom it Mar Concern Greeting CGtl'.rum.of
Tobacco land should be so way Miss Myrtle ,
the disease disorganizes It by the bill of !
appearing sworn
to be kept in good lift. .\ liberal Russellville Ala. :
important says
: in the above entitled cause -that there are I rt'lVf8M11J1 won" bo FIRST.CLAIa
supply of vegetable! 'nritter in an advanced and nerres.Stop now "For nearly year, I suffered -
interested in the described '
d Thousands of men sons property
stage of decay'Is highly desirable :mpame! and will I< constantly ou U
1'CTe been wrecked ontheroctlofm.ip the said bill of compla'nt and involved with terrible! !Backache ; -

1- ; but it should be of a kind not 1 rance and neglect this suit other than the known to pruujoif.- jour interest*. Goarnteecourtou pains in my limbs,

: excessively rich in ammonia. For this and that the and residences of I
Ko. IX.-Advice to Southern 910 X-Ray names treatment in allltrou. and DIY head ached nearly
reason the cloves cowpeas and other I Czaxiaaftoa persons are unknown to the complaint, ,
Farmers Flue Cured legumes, except in"a limited tsar; FREE that in the said bill relief is prayed wrll written policy by aID IirllH1laifDt all the time. Our family
Newly Contracted treated but
doctor: me,
erally cannot be used with I'n-I and Chronic Cases i such unknown persons; a"+ company wane..

Tobacco Industry. preceding tobacco unless removed of Burning. Itch- Therefore iis ordered that all only, gave me temporary; j
3. ing and inflammation i 10"11 tn' ..MK mach in ca oltl of (OM by flrH .. in
,3 two or tbrve.yenrs from the tobacco. stopped claiming an interest in the property relief. 1 was certainly ;

' T Large quantities of slow acting organic promptly. after descrbed, or any part thereof, C. RICHARD Starke. Fla. bad health. My school 1.. ;
G. W. Robonson, deceased, late of advised to
ammonia tend decidedly against teacher me ,
,-, 914" BLOOD POISON 1x606"Absolute
-, County, Florida or under Fred M. Lewis I
fineness sweetness and color.
t k'4i core in all curable cases of contracted otherwise and all parties claiming: an TAKE
I diseases also Kidneys Bladder and est in the property hereinafter described
', Prostate burning and frequent desire. Weak- any part thereof lying and being: in a
4M Tobacco Soil Fertilization ness of Hen and Women Varieocele. Blood County of Bradford. State of Florida I
,3 the
well kt that
It is
;own organicmatter delay from work. No pain. X-Ray and all A. I.. Ry in NEW. of Section 1 : N%. ": I CASKETSAnd I
'' ,. "", of freshly cleared or broom i scientific aids employed. I give 606 directly E'4 of NEB of NW% and W!4 of NW;p I Cardui

straw fields i Is of a kind well suited to i, from into the business blood without cutting or detention NEVi. of Section2 ; N% of NW>/4 and a Fall line of ,
of NEH of Section 12 ; N% of Lot 12.
tobacco. It consist principally of dead j NERVOUS DEBILITY all of Lots 22. 23. 24. 27. 30. 31. 32. 33. Undertakers' Supplies

leaves twigs, roots, pine tags or broom 36. 3i, 38 of Section 14 ; Lot 34 of Section
Are you weak, nervous, broken straw and 'roots. Such vegetable matter ? Do you lack in vim,vigor and vitality? all in Township 6 South Range 22 East. Always on hand. The treat tarTice The Woman's TonicI
Why not have these troubles cured? appear to,said bill of complaint on or
the lowellr rices.
while poor in ammonia, because the 6th day of Aprjl. 1914. the same at Special
of*Its ample! volume, makes the soil MY SERVICES COST YOU NOTHING I I. rule day of this Court: and that this attention to Telegraph Orrtera. took two bottles in all,
YOU ABE PERMA be published once a week for 12
very mellow and friable and of good NENTLY CORED AND SATISFIED. I weeks in the Bradford County: Telegraph and was cured. I shall s

water holding capacity. The weed It because my well-tried effective methods weekly newspaper of general circulation Registered Embalmer always praise Cardui to

growth that comes in spontaneouslyon are successful in such a large per cent of cases said Bradford County, Florida. sick and suffering wo-?
that I am able to give this advantage which: WITNESS the Honorable J. T. -
the so called rested fields is also other specialists do not offer. Judge of the said Circuit Court, and also men." If you suffer from <

generally of a kind suited to turn under official signature as well as the seal of DeWlTT C. JONES peculiar to weak ./
TREECONSULTDATIONWIIINAUONFLEE Court. this the 31st day o'f December. 1913 pains
Official News Summary of Up to Date '
as a source of vegetable matter Starke. Florida. Successor to G. C. Livingston & Co. such as bead- .
Matter Compiled by tht United W. T. WEEKS
for tobacco soils. ,
information Clerk Circuit Court I Starke, Fla. ache, backache, or other i' ,
Can write for before .
States Department Agriculture.) or taking
On old land there is no more Impor-
A. Weeks. D.
treatment, aaya: will find my: charges lower By I symptoms of womanly
tant problem In the production of fine. and treatment Quicker and better.than else A. V. LONG AND J. E. ii
ea REPARI a deep and thorough- where. 1-9-131 Solicitors for trouble! or if you merely
bright tobacco than how to maintain ..
seed bed well need tonic for that tired
ly pulverized a
In the soil a sufficient supply of the
drained and break In the fall right kind of decaying vegetable matter Dr. Geo. L. Dickerson ORDER FOR PUBLICATION.In nervous worn-out feeling -
Circuit Court. 8th Jud.vial Circuit, v
''to a depth of eight, ten or upon which its life and mellowness 111 W.FonythStrMt ford County, Florida.C. For Weakness and Loss of Appetite try Cardui. wsr f.

twelve Inches according the soil. so largely depend. Among the 4 (Next Banett Bank) M. Alvares. Complainant. The Old Standard general strengthening tonic
vs. GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC,drives out
wtth Implements that will not bring more satisfactory sources of vegetable JACKSONVILLE i s i FLA. Cosmo Alvarez Mrs. Florence E. Alvares. Malaria and builds op the system. A true tonic

too much of the subsoil to the sur- matter for tobacco soils of the flue et-aL lure Aooetizer. For adults and chili ren. GOc, t
Bill to remove cloi>d Quiet title and .
cured district the tallow and
U the advice are rye ;
>fsvce. The above given description in deed.
the herd's sod. Rye is In MAY CONCERN -
grass every TO AH WHOM IT
the department of agriculture.
respect satisfactory from the stand- GREETING:
the farmers' co- peratlve by the sworn bill of
through JOYS AND SORROWS. It appear t
point of Its effect on the quality of the that there
plaint, in the above cause
obauonstrktiou division of the bureau tobacco. It is thought well of by tobacco Our own happiness ought to fill persons interested in the property Rheumatism ,_
OB plant industry, to southern farm- growers generally throughout in this bill of Complaint, and involved in
us with continual kincliness to suit other than the known defendants Si
as. the entire fine cured district but It is others and a desire to make them i the names and residences of such I Blood Poison

Use seed of the best variety, intelligently open to one very serious objection for are unknown to the complainant, and
happy too. Our own sorrow-ought said b'll: relief is prayed against such )
Scrofula Malaria J.
; selected and carefully stored. general use as a crop to immediately
known ,
persons ;
to stir to compassion and desire
precede tobacco. Its ,use necessitates us Therefore, it is ordered that all
la cultivated the
crops give rows
the spring plowing:: of the land at a i, to help the sorrow ol other people.If claiming an interest in the property \ Skin Disease i.
the plants iu the row a space suited after described or any part thereof,
time when the terms always rushed our joys or sorrows fail to .
are pro- deceased. J. G. .
to the'plunL the soil and the climate. and very frequently the land will duce these effec s in us, then they Joseph deceased T.or Dillaberry.either of them, or otherwise; I Because it Purifies

Use Intensive tillage during'the grow- be either too wet or too dry. or some .are wasted and ignoble. No an parties claiming an interest in the r R
personal 'the
hereinafter described or any part Blood
ftag period of the crops. Secure a high other will often V. .
cause too prevent theTOBACCO
I experience comes just for our lying and being in the City of Starke. Jt..
content of humus in the soil by the I selves. ford County State of Florida to-wit: READ WHAT NOTED PEOPLE BAT OP"
A..I'.,., ,465 feet Beast and West by 50 feet /f
t ue of legumes. barnyard manure and and South, bounded on South by land of LIPPMAN'S GREAT REMEDY- ,P. P. 4
turn refuse. Johns on East by Street on West by
line of SE14 ofNWl.4. See. 28, Tp. 6, S. R.22 Dr. AlUreige Befeacr. Texas, writes: Rabbi Solomon, of the Savannah COB.gregstioa 1i
"Carry out a systematic crop rotation COURSE OF A PITCHED BALL on North by land Jacob Johns in the "It is the leading blood purifier." ,writes: "Bad evi<;attacks of .
Warteaead.If etcalf.Ga prescribes Malarial fever lasting from a week to ten "
with a whiter cover Accomplish Starke do appear to the said Bill of "
crop. a i. before the 4th day of May. It and with P.P.P. completely cured J. days. I took your medicine es a forlornB.
more work In a day by using Why a Straight Fast One Jumps Sideways plaint on or rule day of this: court. Davidson who bad suffered fifteen hope but now confess that P.P.P. wu ;t
the same being a "
: sore horsepower and better implements. : In the Air. And this order be published once a week years with blood poison and sores. a real: benefit. it

Increase the farm stock to the That a pitched baseball curves in the 12 consecutive weeks in Bradford IT WILL .HELP YO\I. TOO-AT, ALL 'DRUCCI3TSI.COF. J

: t extent of utilizing all the coarse food ;t \' ;A:: direction in which the nose of the ball Telegraph circulation published a weekly in newspaper said Bradford of V. LIPPMAN, SAVANNAH GEORGIA .;
I .
ad Idle luiid of the farm. Produce in moving; because of tbe spin-upward Florida.

an the food required for the men and If the twist given by tbe pitcher is upward of WITNESS Did Circuit the Court.Honorable and J.also T. Wills my ,%

mlmala on the farm"'Always toward the right if the twist Is signature as well as the seal of this .. ... :.ii'
.. -
plow, in 'the fall before the to the rit'lu. and so on-is a matter of this the 3rd day of February 1914, at S : --. -
Florida.W. t
winter rains set in. The earlier after, experience that Is quite comprehensible T. Weeks. Clerk Circuit Court.

tie 1st of October the better,'* continues but bow a hard pitched ball should By R. A. Weeks, Deputy Clerk.A. .

the departmental( advice. "Always vttia jump sidewise in a most irregular Feb.. S.612t.Crews, Solicitor for Claimant ( JOHNSON & ANDERSON

.we a cover crop of oats. barley, wheat manner, although pitched straight

tjre, vetch or crimson clover if possible. without spinning. is certainly puzzlingIn ORDER OF PUBLICATION J

., Seeds germinate more quickly the Journal of the Franklin Insti- In the Circuit Court, 8th Judicial AUTOMOBILE LIVERY,SERyiCE

a&d plants gruw more rapidly on faU tute Professor W. Franklin of Le- Bradford County Florida. c'I '
Edward W. Uanlcy .. ,STARKE FLORIDA
: ." breaking than ou spring breaking. A 4 high university expounds the phenomenon VS. ,

t cover crop Is a net gain, keeping, as us well as tbe philosophy of twin W. J. Hillman Company et aL --+-

t It does, the soil from washing... ed balls. Multitudes offans" who Bill W Rmove Cloud and Quiet Title RATES FOR ROAD
fn: To All Whom it May Concern; Greeting: TRIPS :
\ i I t The farmer must be the judge as to have always supposed that the baffling It appearing by the sworn bill of '" 'I

1 1 tke depth of plowing, according to the qualities of a straight pitched ball In the above entitled cause that there are Hampton one passenger $1.50,round trip$2; two passengers) .

f department In some sections, if done CUBiNG BABX. Were due simply to its swiftness never sons the said interested bill of in complaint the property.and described involved $2 round trip $3. Lawtey and Sampson City same rates as '

.' la tbe fall it undoubtedly pays to sub- proper fitting of the land early enoughor suspected this eccentricity. Professor this suit other than the known Hampton. Raiford one passenger $3, round trip. $4; two pas ; 1
J' 011 fifteen or twenty Inched. It rarely and that the names and residences of .
tF well enough for the best results. Franklin states the case in this way: persona are unknown to the complainant sengers $4, round trip $5. Lake Butler one passenger $3.54 ;. -

: pays to subsoil laud In spring. and When rye Is used and ,turned under Consider a very smooth ball which h that .in the said bjll relief is prayed round trip $4.50; two.passengers $4.50 round trip $6. All other ;
J His never advisable to use the subsoil moving through still water without such unknown persona ; "
entire it should not be allowed to get Therefore it is ordered that afl points proportionate rates. Special rajes to parties. Cars : i
l' flow when the subsoil is fully saturated too tall and hard. It Is best to turnit spinning.:: There is certainly no more claiming an interest in the property handled by-careful drivers. ;

J. with water even. ,though the sur- down when it is about knee high, reason why the bull! should jump to after described or any part thereof \ ;

: ffere be fairly dry. and before being turned nnder it the right than to the left Therefore It G. W. Robinson deceased. late o 1!!
County, Florida, or otherwise; and all Careful Attention to Repair Work
There are soma exceptions to tbe should be thoroughly cut Into the soil must continue to move straight; for ties claiming an interest in the property

1- I jgnenll rule of deep plowing, however. by going, over the field two or three ward. That is good logic.: But such a matter described or any part thereof, A

'; which the department brings out times with .the disk harrow, lapping ball is no more subject to logic than is to-wit The:South half of Sections one and .

;i IDiey are: ; halfway each time so as not to throw a sharp stick. The fact that the ball in the County of Bradford. State1 of &iP

.1 Never plow below the line of stand- the field Into ridges. does jump sidewise; and in a most Irregular in Townshrip S South Range 22 East do .
to the Aid bill of complaint on or ,
pear "
f:' ;1aI: water In the soil because the sub- manner. This may be shown fore the 6th day: of ApriL 1914. the same :

V- eon cannot be pulverized with water. by dropping a smooth marble in a jar ing a rule day of this Court; and that

,- Do no, deep fall plowing on deep. Tobacco Production. of still water. The marble goes nearly secutive order be yeeks published in the once Bradford a week County for 12 SEEDSSEEDSPOTATOESBE

: ,fight sandy land. Preliminary estimates by the department straight for several inches and then graph a weekly newspaper of general I

,t Do not plow deeply or subsoil In thetlpring. of agriculture indicate a total suddenly jumps sidewlse. Similarly a culation in the said Bradford County. FI TOMATOES. CUCUMBERS
production of 903,875.000 pounds of tobacco ,
smooth baseball jumps sidewise Irregularly WITNESS the Honorable J. T. '
,. 'Any cultivation done after the deep which Is 59.010,000 pounds or as it moves through the air If Judge of said Circuit Court. and also MELONS ETC Burt or 90 day Seed Oats. Selected
.of be 6.1 per cent less than the estimatefor official signature .M well as the seal of Field
till breaking should shallow-not the ball is not spinning. Court this the Slday of December 1913 Seed Corn, Cow 'Field Peas, Velvet Beans;
tare: than three or four inches deep. 1912. The states producing cigar
The explanation lies in the fact that Starke Florida. Chufas Peanuts Millet1
'- IB ease no winter cover 'crop Is used tobacco, with the exception of Georgiaand a rapidly moving stream of air splits W. T. WEEKS, Sorg :"
Florida, show a falling off-in both Clerk Circuit Court WRITE FOR CATALOGUE.
the level laud should be disked or bar- when it flows past a ball with unstable By B A. Weeks. D.TC.A. :

rowed two or three times during the yield per acre and total production. dividing! lines or vortex sheets. Th4 V. LONG AND J. E. Reliable Seed for all c !>>p.. The oldest established and lar-

It Is Serious loss was suffered from an ear- 1-9-lSt Solicitors for seed house in Florida. '
winter provided dry enoughGive unstable sheet will spurt now upward. get :i

good drainage: to all parts of thei' ly frost In Ohio New York, and the now downward The condition Is the APPLICATION. FOR DARBY & MARTIN )1
northern counties In Pennsylvania.Of NOTICE OF :
leld.i. oame when the ball splits the air and DEED UNDER SECTION 8, OF
the states which produce chewing CHAPTER 48S8.' LAWS OF 206 East i
smoking snuff and export types Maryland I is shunted in a glancing manner'past FLORIDA. Bafy Jacksonville; Fla. .

i. I Flue Cured Tobacco Industry.At Virginia North Carolina. South the bat The only requisite" for this Hereby Notice is given that R. D. / Feb

present the normal annual production Carolina and baffling effect is power'in the pitcher'sarm. purchaser of Tax Certificates numbered ; i'J
of flue cured tobacco on a Tennessee show an in- snectivelv 154 156, 157 and 164 issued by "
creased yield per acre. All the others Tax Collector of Bradford County .Jh;
basis is estimated be
farm weight to
show a falling off. each of said Certificates bearing date .tf.'
about 215.000.000 pounds, according to String Arabian Custom. 5th, 1911. has filed said certificates in
tobacco The average quantity for the entire office and has made application for
of the United States
crop is J$5. compared with 88 In 1912 In a Tripoli cemetery tbe grave Deed to issue in accordance with law.

department of agriculture., Of this and a ten year average of 87. In the stones, with bowls or saucers sunkenin The laid Certificates embraces the
total about 120,000,000 pounds are produced ing lands in Bradford County Florida "
the cement. Indicate that the one I
Important states producing cigar to-
t In the old belt section and 9-; sessed at the date of the issuance of iiAE-WFiAYS f
.. bacco.the quality is inferior to the 1912 who lies buried there was a person of Certificates in the names and under the
000.000 pounds in the new belt South crop. Of the states growing chewing, wealth and Importance. These receptacles respectively hereinafter particularly set
p Carolina producing about a third of to-wit:
t : smoking snuff and export types. Virginia however, are not for flowers, as CERTIFICATE NO. 154. embraces NS
the new belt crop. The average annual I South Carolina and Louisiana one might imagine but to bold water NWH of NEV4 See 14. Tp 8 S.R 22 E. I '
production of tobacco in the Unit-
I show hisner quality than last year. for birds. Tbe birds are said to bring acres assessed Hudson A: DominieL NW> ONLY' !
ed States is now close to 1000000.000 CERTIFICATE NO. 156. embraces :
pounds, of which the flue cured type North Carolina and Tennessee show good fortune, so the drinking basinsare SEe See 14, Tp 8. S.R. 22 E. 40 acres .
the same while all others show lower. not provided wholly for love of reseed John P. PrattCERTIFICATE .
IB approximately one-fifth. White Bur- quality. NO. 157. embraces Wtf .; 'f-
\, Icy '1a the only type that has bad them. 14, Tp 8, S.R. 22 E, 320 acres, u I
Dry wenther prevailed Unknown.
during most leper centDiscount
; a rapid expansion production
of the growing season in the New Eng- Helping Her."You CERTIFICATE NO. 164, embraces
w sad popularity in so limited a period of NW M. See 23 Tp 8. 8.R..22 E. 40 5'i
.f years As la tbe case of Burley, land states. New York. Pennsylvania, loved her very much assessed Hudson t Dorainici.
Ohio, Indiana West Virginia. Ken- UNLESS SAID CERTIFICATES shall i '
the rapid development of flue cured toI "So much that when ber first husband -
I redeemed according to law. Tax Deed
tucky and Tennessee, making the yield died 1 married her that I might L <
Jbacco Is undoubtedly founded largely I II sue thereon on the 16th day of March .
I per acre below the ten year average share It." 1914.
oo Its adaptability for meeting the pop- her grief and so .
and below that for 1912 in all W. T. WEEKS
except ,
"And bow did It work?
'I', alar demand for light mild tobacco
Tennessee where Clerk Circuit Court Bradford Co., ON i
: of the different forms in which it Is the 1912 yield was "Fine! I'm sorrier now for hIs death Feb. 13-5t By R. A. Weeks. Deputy :

unusually light In western Kentuckyand than she Is."Houston PostProbably. '
TenneFM-e late Be ding and Eddy Refrigerators and Chests
1 All things considered, flue cured to- August and Sep NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE. .,
tember rains caused rapid Improve- Thirty days after date the first Id[ Liberal Terms
is in universal on '10 Extra Discount
ftacco unsurpassed popularity ment In the -rop.. resulting in a better this notice I will apply to the Honorable or per cent'
and general adaptability to a lies. Newly\ved-1 wonder way Wt' A. Gardiner county judge of Bradford for Cash
yield nll. The
u Maryland
crop Florida, for an order to sell at private
variety of use Including granulated are growing tired lit each other Newlywed1 : -
suffered from drought during the early the undivided One Eighth interest Manufacturers of these Refrigerators offer us
sled smoking tobacco botu and .
paper summer months but the drv Haven't an idea. Mrs. N-- Vascoe Dale and CalisU Demaria

.all tobacco cigarettes and plug filleraad relieved In time to make conditionwas a good Yes. Maybe that la the re&IWn.-lAn Minor and to heirs the following of Vascoe parcel Alvarez of land ai\ Special Discount; and we erg passing along

wrapper. It Is adapted to all tbe yield. don Tsicgrnpb. t in Bradford county, Florida, and _to you., Write for catalogue No.'4.
ncuiar forma In which tobacco is used. follows, to-wit: "
r Wisconsin suffered from dry weather From the N.W. corner of S.W.4 of ;;EMPIRE SCALE AND FIXTURES COMPANY '
standard and snuff. In
except in the early part of the growing season Meeting the Supply. See. 29. Tp ( S.R. 22 E. run S 210 feet -- '

tutor and general appearance It Is very causing! the crop to get a late Mr*. Belter-Tummie. don't you a point of beginning, then run S. One : ,Terms JACKSONVILLE;* FLA. Liberal Terms
athacdvet'while Its low nicotine East 810 feet thence R 570 feet thence .
con- ,
start Conditions later were favorable. think you've bad enough chocolates: Forty Five minutes West 810 feet thence 4c

;. ttc.L mildness aromatic sweetness but the crop did not fully recover from .Toimnif-No mother. There are two 683 feet to point of beginning. '" > Feb 202Ll .
-.ranc:6' tad good keeping qualities dearly damage. lefL-lJf Alta Alvarez jhy
\ Guardian of the above. "*med ii. ; : :
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i ; Notice To The Trading Money Sticks to Them. -
Miners' safety lamps are quite wd!

known to the gereral public, but th.

We Promise YQOr Public.On English miners' safety purse Is not

quite! so well known. excepting csT
R account of other business course, among tlj miners themselves.As

i II r ,f r ?Yy I have decided to go out it is too ris'iy for tbe miner tcr.rry .

sa of the loose cash around during his
l.t inerchuntile: business .
wo/king Lours. L* pilL up his money
0 Oe and to close out I am offer- In the shape of a t-oae. TLL he 102plotcly *- j

ering some bargains. 1 quotea covers with nrtliwiry ranifle
few wax until it looks like a baL When
a prices as follows: this ball of money is placi-d in his
Your White Meat, per Ib --__________12ftc .
Money waistcoat pocket the beat of the body
f Smoked Meat, per lb 13ftc '
r Sirloin Steak ---_______________I5e melts the wax. This causes it to sties '
.. Round Steak ____ to the inside of the pocket and,no matter -
( -- _____________I5c
Pork, per lb., from ----12Yzc to 15c how much the waistcoat is throwm
We honestly believe we ,have the best remedy in the world for indigestionand 1 have bought out the meat marketof about the money<< remains Intact.-

dyspepsia. We urge you to try it at our risk. If it doesn't relieve Massey and will appreciateyour Pearson's.

.: you-as we feel sure it will-we'll give back your money without a word Shorts _t $1.80 As the Printer Made It.
Horse and mule feed 1.75 A story is told of a "printer error"that -SHi

+You know -your family druggist., You know we wouldn't dare recommend anything we didn't Best Jap Rice, per sack _______ 4.00 once caused consternation in a t

know about, nor dare to break a promise. Therefore, when we recommend any remedy it is because Matches, per pkg ______________4c country village. An arch in the char t

a :. we believe it to be better than any other to relieve the ailment for which it is made, and when we 2-pound Lard, per cans lb. -tomatoes-----_______________11__8c yt had become dilapidated and a funs i

lA: = prove our faith in it and our sincerity toward you by promising to give back your money if it Green Coffee, per ib.__________15c was.started for Its repair. Upon one
"t doesn't relieve Charmer coffee, per can _______23c occasion. so as to make the appeal'i
you) and in satisfy have possible excuse for doubt hesitation.Tablets t
every way you, you no or No. 2 Tub _55e more widely known the rector bad a Y'

Nellie King Flour, per barreL5.30 notice regarding the arch fund printel

s" No. 3 Tub, _65e in the village 'wit? tbe result that oa
Three Thistles snuff, 6 cans for..25c
the following Sunday the announcement
Sardines, per can _..._4c -
Lima Beans, per quart __________15e appeared in large type. "The collection .
Galvanized buckets _____________20c today will be for the arc*
Lr fiend.-C"b Family Newspaper:
"Battle Axe" Shoe best on the mar-

ket, every pair guaranteed solid

leather Facts For Millionaires. j
Shoes at 60 cents to $3.00 per pair ?
Gun Shells, per box ____________.40c A billion In Great Britain Is a ml- i
Good buggy whips at absolutely first lion of millions. l.OOO.OOO.OOO.OOO. Ifl ..
cost. France and the United Stiles a billion

: l. .. are, we honestly believe, the best remedy made for Indigestion, Dyspepsia and all Hats, 50 cents to, .,_$2.60 is a thousand millions 1000000000. I

:i' other Stomach Ills ood N. 8 stoves 8.75 Boston Globe. ;
Good No. 7 stoves 5.75

j i. ,: We Know They're Good Delays Are Dangerous You Risk No Money When you want bargainscome an We impediment would rather in his hear speech a man talk than wlta ; r 4

_u ____ to see me. one with an Impediment In bas j

ti S BezaQ Dyspepsia Tablets in addition Don't neglect indigestion, for it frequently Our willingness to have you use Retail Fla. thoughts.-New Orleans Picayune. t''

F} to other ingredients contain Pepsin and leads to all sorts of Els and com Dyspepsia Tablets entirely at our risk J. C. CARTER, Starke,, t
Biamuth.two great digestive aids used by plications. The pain and discomfort is proves our faith in them. We alwayssell Will Power. .
the entire medical profession. They not the most unfortunate part The fact them this way and it is becausewe There are exceptions to tbe rule, bat #
soothe the inflamed stomach check the that when the stomach is not acting know that they have greatly benefited A Tender Hearted Animal.An If a man Is worth saving be generally! twill
i heartburn and distress stimulate a right the material needed to repair the scores of sufferers to whomwe old'cab horse Is always ready to niiitinze to do. it himself.-Philadelphia rf
4 healthy secretion of the gutrie juke wastes that are constantly taking placein have sold them. There's no red stop and listen to a tale of whoa. Ledger. ii
aid in rapid and comfortable digestion the body is not being given to the blood tape about our guarantee. It means London Telegraph.
of the food and help to quickly convert either in the proper condition or fast just what it says We'll'ask you no t "', .
b it into rich red blood and thereby into enough is'far more serious. Nothingwill questions You needn't sign anything. Telegraph, $1.50 a year. The power to acquire is worth m
flesh, bone and muscle. They relieve cause more trouble than an unhealthy Your word is enough for us. We know 'ban tbe thing gained.Old Saying,
stomach distress promptly, and. used stomach. The blues, debility lack of that when they help you you will consider .i
regularly for a short tune, tend to restore strength and energy constipation, biliousness it money well spent even if they I _i. f
the stomach to a comfortable ,headaches and scores of other had cost you ten times as much. If they I
easy-acting, healthy state. They. aid serious ailments result from the failureof don't help you, the money you paid for Jl
greatly to promote regular bowel action. the stomach to properly do its work. them is yours,and we want you to have it DO WHAT K

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A Cu.tb.a.d S tery eI th.Wedd'a .
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l s '. Prmrmi which you may begin reading WILLAPPRECIATE
at any time; and which will hold your
Interest orever. You are living in these
year of the most wonderful age of what.
f Means 'KING OF ALL Ours is 7lze 1' Jlo.l"e jn this tow doubtless the greatest world in the universe. .
A resident of Man would gladly pay-
-- to thUmasarineJn order to keep Informed of
VSHORT ON MEMORY. POLAR 'BEARS. COUNTY TREASURERS REPORT our progress in gineertng' and Mechanic& "
rte Two millions of your
To the Honorable Board of County Commissioners of Bradford County, F1a.: ::J.sreadiq nd it is the favorite maga. i
Had Room Powerful, but Timid They Rarely Attack I the undersigned Treasurer of said County.beg leave to submit the following report for sine in thousands of the best American
Great Mind .No
Ampere's homes. It appeals to all classes-old and
the month ending January 81. 1914, on.account 'I 1
For Merely Royal Affairs. Human Beings. young-men and women.
mathematicianand Observations wade throughout a Fine and F.rleJtur Find I The "8ho. .." Oflwtmnt (so pares) J. R. DAVIS &. CO.
'Ampere tbe famous __ glTM easy ways to do {tongs-how to mate
l' By amount drawn $33U6
t. of the most absent number of, years by officers of'the over useful article for home and shop,repairs,etc Established .
! '" physicist wan one 11 To amount received W. V. Knott, hire State Convineta___ $182.65 Agency 1886
;j., minded men that ever lived ax ,United States revenue uiaiine prove 27 To amount received W. V. Knott, Tax Sale Receipt---........... .29 make"Ldeartra.baaia"Iliwioa furniture(,wlreleet pages outfits)teDs,bow to }
:( from the Taegllcb that the polar bear's limit of rangeis II To amount received S. B. Denmark, Reeeipt No. 88. 2 .00 engines,magic and all the.things boy boata.loves
t,1 the following story 31 To amount received S. B. Denmark, Reeeipt No. 90 __-_ 1.00 STARKE, FLA.
tt.. Jlundscban goes far to prove: St. Matthew Island in Bering sea. 31 By amount paid out u l6G.11S $1.10.ftm....._YEASL.1InMoeIc CJNOLE a.COPUS........_IS.CENTS tic
.c In September, 1t<<)U. Ampere read a A few.of these bears were at one time 81 To amount to balance ----------- 286.88 J w.rn RIll lea IAIIPL© TODAY

Hlearned; paper on his researches before i seen near the seat islands being adrift 491.'l2 495.12 POPULAR MECHANICS CO. -
the Academy of Sciences in Paris upon a huge ice floe. On St Matthew all W.WMhlogtoa Si,CHICAGO ,
... 28.88 . ... . .. .,
When be bad finished bls lecture and island the bears ban lairs and dens February 1 By overdrawn ". - -
about take his seat be found to - -, -, -
1 was to among the rock glens that abound General Fan"
,his surprise that it was occupied( upon the, Island They feed almost 1 To amount on hand --- .n_ 123.89 -' .
went to 1 To amount. received W. V. KlIOtt, hire of State Convincta for quarter NOBODY, SPARED. SMOKE
rx Greatly agitated..he Geoffrey entirely upon seals walruses and dead ending December 31. 1913 182.115
(:t Baint-Hilalre. tbe president of the drift whales and. though disdainingto 27 To amount reeeived W. V. KIIott Tax Sale Receipt...._.......-... 1.17 -
academy, ,Iud said.Mr.. President I devour tbe blubber the flesh la at To amount received! 5chooI Board 10.00 Kidney Troubles. Attack Starke Men
81 mount 41U7
.By paid oat
;1.f' must'' call ,our. attention to ,the fact greedily consumed A carcass open 31 To amount overdrawn 98.01 and Women, Old and Young:

(-r;; that some one who Is not a member of which a bear bay passed his gastronomic A.P.H.

'Jm! this body has entered the,chamber and judgment reveals tbe skin and UU7 nU7 Kidney ills seize young and old.
taken my scat" Its fatty lining torn asunder the flesh February 1 By UI01IDt overdrawn 18.01 ,
T Tbe president replied falmlr. -"YQu Often come with little warning.
brotben t'w being. cut Into strips and shreds by the Bud and Bridge r.... CIGARS
are mistaken"my learned "powerful claws and teeth. 'A single 1 To amollllt OD hand _________ 2U.8I Children suffer in their early yearsCant .
J person whom you have In mind is. like 21 To amount teeeived W. V. Knott Tu Sale ReeeipL 1.20 '
ofSciences.1 bftw of a bear's paw upon a seal'sheia 31 To received control the kidney secretions. Made in
ourselves, a fellow of tbe Academy amount S. B. Denmark Beeeipt No. &9. 284.90 Starke
,: suffices' to, kill it, and. draggedout 81 By amount paid out. 'Z9Ul Girls suffer
are languid, nervous,
: 81 To amount to balance ZIIUI
.. ',", -Bow long I should. like to ask?' poi, the ice. a meal is soon dis r.

said Ampere. patchd. 191.31 191.31rebl'1W71 pain.Women

;,i. "Since Nitofte! of tbe year VI," said In summer the hairy coat of the By1amomt overdrawn 1SUI worry, can't do daily work.

,.'t; the president who was now entering polar bear turns 'to a'dingy yellow Hen have lame and aching backs. .
into tbe humor of the situation. and its pelt then becomes of ho value. Building Fund

,.$ -And ID what class?" Inquired the They'b8Y \not near tbe courage of 27 1 To To amount amount received oahaed W. T. KIIott Tu Sale Beeeipt_.._... .......- 101.99.61 If you have any,form of kidney ills
(, sosplcioog Ampere the Interior ears and will rarely attack 81 By amount paid out __ .. ; llZ.U You must reach the'usethe
316 By amount to balance ____
fi -In tbe clans of mechanical eag1neer1ng a'penwo\unless there are two or 194.15

t iy' friend." answered Saint three In company. As soon as they 801.17 801.57 kidneys".
I', Hllalre laughing scent a' 'man Approaching they as a Doan's Kidney Fills are for weak
February 1 To ammmt .. band 194.11
"Well that is odd!" cried Ampere. rule, will shamble off as fast as they .. n kidneysThe .
;;; and setting a calendar of the academy can. and there are but few. records of 9.h oDiatriet Fund r '"-
fie opened to the date Saint-Hllaire bad 1 To amount on band 1.131.21 following testimony proves
bear killing aiyof the natives along .
I a 81 To amount traMferred free General School Fund i. November 1911..... 10.0' ,
,*:\: mentioned and read: Napoleon Bona- 'the northern'foant II To amount transferred IRIIIf General School Fund in November 11111 0.00 their worth: v
.. parte. fellow of the Academy .of The Eskimos are, partial to the 81 To amount transferred frm General School had in November 11111- 10.0e -NLJI ANo ttlA9LE GQH
0 .. Sciences chosen In Mvtwe of the yearVL" very al To amount tanaI red froi. General School Fund in November, 1111-. 20.00 P. Y. Smith, 1206 Alachua Ave.,
' meat of tl e'wb bear but the blabber 'I To amount received B. L Duwling Beeeipt No. 12 ................ 11.11 R C ( LIST rN -,
>, .!. they reject and even the dogs, ur. 81 To amount receivfld J. L 'GriMr;error in aettlemeDt.. as.aO Gainesville, Fla., says: "One of my H F: G.Li
:t' : Much 'disturbed.' Ampere made all : 81 By amount should haft heea cIIarp4 November 1918_....._....... 12a.ol .!
.: ,i' F aorta of apokigim and explained that less they, are very hungry turn up : By amount paid out 85.4' family was troubled with severe headaches .
I'!: .' theirs noses at the oily mass.' Ten lIy amount balance l.4119.24 4iM1
1m '. .be bad not rtvojnitawi the emperor on ,, for a number of years. She '
it was Ja bard matter to secure -
% years ago
9 account of bin poor eyesight 1.907.'l1 1107.'l1 t
,' the entire'ikin of a polar bear. also complained great deal of painin ;
"lou what. happens. said Na
< see
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, .. cut off the February 1 To amount on had 1.499.24 RUBMY TiSM '
The Eskimosj.formerly -
:1 poleonwbeii Iuu don't get round to I her back adD was very nervous
'meet fellow members. L: have bead and claws in either threw then- General 8cMo1 Fuel
your : the Tuileries. But' into the sea or ed them, to thesuperstitions 1 To amount on hud _______-.. 11.65 When Doan's Kidney Pills were Will core your Rheumatism
never seen you ,j 27 To amount received ,. r
W. V. Knott Tax Sale Receipt-- 4.06 Headaches
Neuralgia Cramps
: .now I shall.command yo'u to.come and ground. One of,th is i To amount borrowed, Bradford County Bank r 16000 brought to her attention she used them ,
see me. Tomorrow at 7 o'clock. you will that should the bred nd claws not be 11 To DOUBt borrowed, Bradford County Bank 4,000.00 and after a short time ,the pains left Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cats and
81 By amount transferred Sub-Distriet No. I .. 10.00 Burns Sores of Insects
dead Stings
file of tbe ,Old ,
of the
; dine with me" disposed
F U By amount transferred Sub-Diatriet No. 3- 0,00 an dthe headaches were removed"Price i
: The next evening tbe emperor wait animal will see, the aIDs and con 81 By amount transferred General Fund 10.00. 50c at all dealers. Don't Etc. Aatueptie Anodyne used internally -
ed two bourn for -Ampere, but. h bad sequently l leave thai rular district at By amount paid out 1.765.0'1I and ezterca Price 2Sc.
invitation I 81 By amount to balance "A ____._.........-.__._ 3 961.14 simply ask for a kidney remedygetDoan's ? -
.g _long store forgutteii the and will never return.-. _. oneau (Ala* .,
Pills the that
kai News. 5.7".n 5.761.n Kidney same To Prevent Blood Polsoatag'

S ', Visible Molecule ,- February 1 To amount on band 8,911. Mrs. Warren had. FosterMilburnCo. apply at once the wonderful reliable BL *
w The year WI:.- m-orded the nrsi Hard en the CI k. ., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.Advertisement. PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HRAUKG OIL.s..-:
: In fical,dressing- that relieves paia .n4 heats at
'dembnstrathip' ruibifto the eye that "Miss But bow do'pie your ( ,
Ihe same time. Not a lIn Detit. 25e.50e.S1.lD.
aU man..if$;..IIU1I..fI'it'd of molecular. house ever know what ti it tar His Humble Desin. a

:built np ot.juoms.iii crystalline forms -Why.; Willie; dear.'w_ a question! '"WU1roo object to my weighing myself Big Guns Bend. ---

: ,Jly passing X 'nys "thrucgb'a:--rry"tll'': By the clocks,'of coarse.But ". r* said a meek looking man to bia One (It tlie.iiMirt w-rtoii" problem oi ,

an "Intertrrpnse'hhutugiaph": rwnitwl ,, 1 heard ma tell the other wife a. they stood near a weighing and n.i'v.vnjniiertv If the in-nd i.s

Skowing; the ,> %/iiilwl; :Kwre; 1ttk'! tit evening.that'your' fact [ould stop a machine on the platform of a railway lug army of emu puns by their own-weight Bradford

: the try tll r sod iriviug conclusive' url .lock"-Baltimore Amerlci D. Btation. .. wire wound can .being the worst or- County .
far'proof of li.iitou atomic ttteorl. "What do you weigh yourself fender to thin paruruiar. .

[ 'New York Times.' A Willing Work r.aIra. torT* she asked sharply. --

It. Snbhubs ltt tea | pt-Out of "Only to see. dear. If you would al- Ambiguous. Abstract CompanyA

'I t Love and the-Mesa _. ,.vi rk. are-youi Tjifrji uTe Just In low' me" to have, my own 'weigh for .y n rempzthet l oittufd yon'several

K1ttJ-The1 Ray ron know.that lore tare, I're A cord'Wto be rat once" -London Answers.Canal : times last y:-;." complete record of Bradford County lands
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'iltybe cannot make the to it ':lt' Tramp "Well I'm a better shot now. -LooUTille P
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Political announcements, not exceeding one We are glail; to say thai 'we,.ire
Gentleman, Councilman, Politician, inch in length will be printed 'rlClerbia 1
NERVOUS heading for the uniform price of five dollars soon to have grist mill in our midst. L
Negro Vote Manipulator.
in advance.
The engine and. grist are on the

News Items 1t is:to"be,put by G. W.
tks : I County TAX COLLECTOR: ground. !p.
(Advertisement) -I hereby announce that I asa: a candidatefor Wainright on the Starke and SanderJ

I: PEOPLE As soon a$ word.came to the Anti- for Bradford re-election county to the, and office solicit of Tax the Collector vote of son road, where the Raiford road

by Our Saloon League that Holt was registering aft Democratic electors. I promise if elected leads off from it-that; is,. on his
'- Interestixif Facts Gathered miring the Week the negroes for the spring primary to discharge the duties of the office fcutWall

j(! ffJ J J Regular Correspondents are usually thin and we sent out for the proof of B. M. DOWLING. Uf ann1.The rainy. .season. still; continues.

this dastardly business and the proof TREASUREIi.1
: easily worried sleep'does not FOR COUNTY Notwithstanding it has been cold,"our ,
,. I .. came in the shape of the letter writtento I hereby announce myself a candidate for '
.. refresh and the system gradu the democratic nomination for theoffice ,ofcounty people picked several crates of strawberries :l
, ': LAKE BUTLER t City, attended the peanut popping at Cam Bros., colored saloonkeepers, treasurer of Bradford county. Florida this week. ; .
-. ally weakens from insufficient which letter is photographed and produced subject to the action of the white democrat'evoters : : '
'i} :: Dr. J. P.. Long has moved to Lake Mr. Renfroe's last Thursday .night nourishment. at the next primary election. I solicit Editor J. E, Black, of | itarke, ti df
hL City. While he was with us we found Come again, boys. We all enjoyed below. the promise support you of faithful every voter service of if the elected.county and I his regular appointment:$t Evergreen :.
f Emulsion in its
Scott's corrects Dixie, the fearless, paying '
him to be a gentleman of culture, and your, company.Mr. T. F. RIVERS Church Sunday; and.there was a good i .
Moore of Jacksonville, nervousness by its force of con- compliments to Holt, Says in part: '" "
We wish him Nathan attendance from here.
physician. ?_
a centrated medical nourishmentit Pleasant A. Holt, the professionalpolitician .FOR COUNTY:TREASURER. .
;( ,: success in his new sphere. fuss the J. G. Kellum place the healthy actionof I hereby announce that I am a candidate We are glad to repot.t': ,that little -.
r restores of Jacksonville qualify
Longl Branch. for nomination for the office of county treasurer Clark who 'was taken
I' A was held in the Methodist near Freddy to ;;.J'
reception enriches the _.
cells of Bradford
body ing to vote in the coming county subject to the
I i: Church last Wednesday to welcome Miss Lizzie Thomas has gone to blood sharpens the appetite negroes of the democratic voters at the next pri mad Starke, to be treated for' appendicitis' .,; ...
English, Fla., where she will spend democratic primary. election. I solicit the support of all the is that.'without ,
members who joined improving\and an '
&\1.': the new and feeds the nerve centres I| Dixie has caught Pleasant A., Holt democratic electors in.the county and promise "
(.: : during the Culpepper meeting. The the summer. by distributing and if elected to discharge the duties of the office operation. _He:is being treated, by,Dr.Freeman. : -
energy with the goods and, has the positiveproof faithfully. -
of Gainesville
t members old and Mr. R. A. Greene, .
.f church was filled by all the body. W. W. ROBERTS.
power over that he has been writing lettersto
with his ;
'f talk given by the spent Saturday and Sunday
new. A short was .
; Don't alcoholic well-known begging themto
resort to negroes, IN CIRCUIT COURT 8TH JUDICIAL '
; fi Rev. H. Logan, on church parents. RAIFORD| .
concoctionsthat for the CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
mixtures or' drug register coming primaryand
c of members Mr. Billy Pinholster, of Alachoa -of the
membership and the duty BRADFORD COUNTY: The'young people Methodist
stimulate and stupefy. to that all qualify.
.. to strangers, after which he placed county, near Gainesville, was buriedat negroes BILL FOR DIVORCE.. Church will "githeir.. ;play,? "The
Get bottle of Scott's Florida had a terrible struggle yearsago Neta Hobby,
i '. the new members in the first four New River cemetery Sunday after a vs. School at Blueberry Corners" at .the. ;:
when the
Emulsion for negroes were qualifiedto fr.
.. : seats, and had the old members give noon. your J. Hobby.NOTICE TO APPEAR. High; School Auditoriam.'iLake: Butler, Yon
vote. Even in Jacksonville white
f, '
Ff.,, : them a hand-shake. The congregation Miss Floy Clark closed her schoolat yournervesnothing THE STATE OF FLORIDA. Tuesday next The Eaiford: folksy :_
knocked off the sidewalk
: to the Long Branch last Friday and will or compareswith women were To J. P. Hobby Greeting: patronized the Butler play, and we area !
then parsonage
: adjourned I U having been shown by affidavit that the j
1887 when
it but insiston as as policemen
" I" filling up the dining room, kitchen, leave for her home in Gadsden county, negro Defendant J. P, Hobby, non-resident of the sure that But! r"will givejthem a good
Miss 'Clark Scott's.EVERY and negro officials had full sway. Ini' t State of Florida and the residence of said
near Juniper,
and back veranda. After partaking reception. j
parlor : ircd great'work to eliminate the Defendant is at Maeon Georgia, and that ; ;
' Il.- of cake, chocolate and fruit taught us a very successful'term of DRUGIST HAS IT 1378HAMPTON said Defendant to over the age of twenty- e Mr. Kicklighter, who .was'so pain a,
tc:ro, but now after the white )'eall.
schooL seemed to be well "''
salad a very pleasant company,parted. been 4n control for It is therefore ordered considered and adJudged fully injured by'a falling, 'tree is im t
,\ : fl'he basket ball teams,, one com- pleased. We regret very. much to see I many years, that the laid Defendant. J. P. Hobby proving slowly. f a': ;
I comes Pleasant A. Holt, with < appear to the Complainant's Bill of Com .
posed of young ladies, the other of .her leave. : and "influence" tod PIid herein on or before the 23rd day of '0.' J '' 1<.
of the Raiford I Mr. Oscar Crews took his best girl, Two well attended services were among negroes A.D. 1914, in default whereof a decree : .-
the young gentelmen vote-urging them to get other pro confesso will .be entered against the said DEATH OP MBS.. J. MORRIS; ,
School to Lake' Miss Mae Johns, to the party last held at the Methodist Church on Sun J. P. Hobby. ( '
High came over Mrs J. C. Morris who vas formerly '
; :_
negroes to qualify to vote in the It is } ,,
Hurrah for further ordered that this notice be 4.
The Saturday night. you, day. During the morning services ten .
Butler to play the local teams. coming primary for the present regis published in tbe'Bradford County.Telegrapha Miss Carrie Alvarez, daughter of,Mr.; '. ?

players on both sides showed themselves Oscar. new members were received, among tration is strictly for the primary county newspaper Florida published at Starke in Bradford and Mrs. J. :JR, ,Alvares;, of Starke; :-
as .once each week for five eon-
RF-i to be basket ballers of no mean them Dr. Middleton, Mrs. E. L. Raw- Pleasant Holt in his letters to the secutive weeks., died at her'bmean: .Jacksonville last : .:

ability. The score stood as follows: LAWTET ley, Mrs. R. D. Johnson and Mr. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 'o'clock' "
I negroes tells them to "register at set ,my hand and affixed the. seal of -our Thursday, evening at 10 and.
F Mr. and Mrs W. 1. Johns of Barn-
Raiford, girls, 5; Lake Butler 17. Pierce. Others are to be received at once." 'He tells these to be Circuit Court on this the 11th day of February was burjed by her owls :request in: '-.;/
well Co. South Carolina negroes A.D. tilL .
are spend-
Butler 21. the next service. : '
Raiford 20 Lake I
J boys, ; Evergreen1cenetery.Frihy.;
kind W.T.. WEEKS .
enough to send him a list of all Clerk. '
There is no loom for boasting as far ing a few days here at the home of New street lights are installed at By B. A. weeks. D.C. Mrs. Morris' had beenr-seriousfy _
whom ::
they get registered. Many of. A. Z. ADKINS.' Sol for iU. .
Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Brown.N. the Comp.
street Our
concerned. Raiford corners. council are ''
as the boys are these Feb-13-6t for.several mon tbs't! her 'r
r C., J. H. Bostick, of Milltown Ga", negroes are registering as i ,
their to be
may do better 'work on own \ congratulated. This is indeed democrats. death and underwent three 'surgical v"J..

W' ground. It will be well for, the home and Messrs J. R. Godwin, of Dunn, improvement I the two statements mustagr e' to operations for. appendicitis She Is :
There is
no time for abuse. ,
team to practice well before.the return .and W. F. Godwin, of Jacksonville, Rev. Mullady has been conducting white Every entitle hi into the privilege 'of the survived by fcer husband and three ,
o man register because
I were guests at the home of Mr. and "
match. ( protracted services in Lake Butler primary ballot. children ;.....
:': Rev. H. Logan preached at Hampton Mrs. A. H. Harley last Monday. for the last two weeks. Quite a. Pleasant is A. Holt, professional politician "3. The primary ticket will be mark I. .qr-,)

t .n Sunday morning and evening. Ten Mr. J. L. Harrell, of Sapps Station, number of the Hampton folks wentto bringing in the negro back into ed on the right hand side, instead of NOTICE: TO THE I'lIBLIC.' if.
politics Florida'and ,
r 1,; new members, were taken i nat the was a visitor to Lawtey the first of Lake (Butler on Sunday to attend he urges them to "immediately, inasmuch regist- the left .as is done on the general All communications T ,to,-.'this' paper .$0,, -

l' Morning services the week. these meetings. Among them Mr. election ticket'J This will create.eon i '"''
should to.tie ,
er" it is .BradfordCounty -;
plain that he ,
very wants them
Mrs. J. Spear, Seaboard agent and Allen, our He acted choirleader. fusion
A dog affected by rabies ran amuck mayor. as unless our friends are fully al-remittances
qualified for the Telegraph'and )
coming .
primary.In f1
.n the streets on Wednesday last prominent business lady of Maxville, instructed.. :

'r !t'js said that he was, killed by Mr. was a business visitor to Lawtey Mr. Will Saxon has sold his livery order Democrats to prove to the white Progressive "Carefully inform yourself as to the should should be be sent made in the aani T-io Way.' ,Checks .' $.
the Bradford
of Florida that payable ,
Forsythe, but not before he had bitten Wednesday. business to Mr Beck. Mr. Beck is a f ) other provisions of the new law, and ji

several other valuable dogs, among Mr. R. K. Davis, of Briceville, mov- public spirited man and will be a welcome I Pleasant A. Holt is qualifying .the keep this little folder with you all County:, Telegraph' This rule- .:. 7!
ed here last week and will build him negroes to vote in the primary, Dixie should be obstrved at ill .times,'far- -
'them being a fine bird dog belonging addition to our town. His the time, it will refresh your memory
blacksmith shop in the futureto arrived'on published photo-engraving of order to avoid taugPnpalbe; ; 'business z, .
near family Saturday. ind enable
; : to'Dr. Tomlinson and a valuable you to point out more '
.. kg belonging to Mr. H. A. Hewitt, accommodate'the'" public. one of Holt's letters written on the clearly to our friends' the require of.the Telegraph witH,the private "'1;
il .. stationery of the city of Jacksonville, affairs of Mr. E. S. Mattjr 'is' } r'
and, another'corned by- Mr. Charley The Lawtey Board of Trademet CLAY HILL. with his ments of the law when you are called ws, Who
livers. Mr.. C. Rivers town at t ehschool house last Monday even- name appearing as "Councilman upon. devoting his. time exclusjjtely, > ,
our z
There will be church at the New for the Fourth "
i.,':. .lerk, had the. head severed and ,ing. Considerable important business Home church Saturday night and Sun from ward. This letter "Make it your business to see thatevery the; management of this" ,Bank "of; '
P. A.
is addressed to '
transacted after which the board Starke. :
promptly shipped to'the State Board was one of bur friends are 5, ;0' l.
day. Everybody is welcome speedil '
to at Carn .
Brothers "
composed of HaskerC. '1>) \M'
adjourned to meet second Monday in .. ,
et Health for examination. A wire tend. registered. This is' allimportantThousands -
Lewis, H. and Willjert Carn, who I :
informed him that it was affected March. / of them will neglect to SEED'PINDERS.1' S/
Miss., Hattie and Hessie Carterspent
are negroes, and who three negro
with rabies, whereupon the owners Rev. 'Henry Ezell, of Bri eviile, | Friday with their grand-parents, saloons and who wield run much influence register* unless some one keeps urg ;For three years" tfuLskeB'; :;: 'r, 1:.

I ;. (,\ et the'dogs bitten had them promptly preached at the Methodist church lat I Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Starling.Mr. among the drinking class of ing them.% The opposition is well Drug Co. has vM the'fiat'st'class.of *;j

killed. The owners of several other Sunday evening to a large and inter Lonnie Mosley spent Sunday The city directory shows Lewis negroes.H. organized and already at work. 'We seed pinders ever ..broughttoLake;;, r'

t, Jogs which Were at.large during the ested congregation Rev Ezell will afternoon at the home of Mr. E. H. Hasker and Wilbert Carn must get busy and k4ep busy,.in order Butler,. prepared espeeiallyfor seed.,

s mad dog's career on the street have come again in the near future and Carer. their as negroes, to offset their activity. They will sell .them' for thenert"tt S

them chained up as a precaution. assist the pastor, Rev. Olin Boggess, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Austin and asterisks.names They being,are thus active designated in 'nerro by Very truly yours, weeks at one,dollar per\bsfsheL ,They :: .

They will be carefully.watched. in a series of revival meetings at three children spent Saturday night politics. "Mercantile Protective Associationof guaranteed. to be fresh! new stock,.' y .y

Rev. H. Logan will preach next both here and Saxton.I and Sunday with his parents.Mr. and Mr. Holt addresses negroes as "DeaSirs" Florida, not mixed with old nindersJAdr.: .""

: Sunday morning at 11 a.m. at New Mrs. John Austin. and signs his name as "very; "John C. Trice, "'_ .. ':- I ,

u- Zion, and at night at Lake Butler. ENTERPRISE.Mr. Miss Genie Taylor spent Thursday truly yours." "Mg. Publicity Bureau. One of thelast, acts in"the life of :

Song service beginning at 7 pan. The C. H. Billiard attended churchat afternoon with Misses Hattie and Bessie I- .These letters are sufficient to arouse The Anti-Saloon League of" Florida Abraham Lincoln was a deed of kind-* z'
'little choir are invited to take their Rising Sunday, Carter. the utter contempt of respectable calls upon every patriotic citizen' to ness. At the entrant of Ford's' '

place as they did at the revival meet- Mr. S. HI Thompson was a visitorto Messrs. George Carter( Raiford and white southern democrat every 'If Mr.- get out and work to defeat this whisky Theater: on the night he was shot, he'' \ l

ings.v Georgia last week. Johnnie Starling were visitors to Holt is allowed to have his,way, progressive gang by, getting every dry man, to gave two half-dollars: tc' ''a crippled<\r!

Hiss Nelly Logan was visiting Mr. H. S. Hilliard was a business Stafke Saturday. Democracy will be vanquished register. beggar. *,

.: friends at Hampton on Sunday visitor to Lawtey Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Starling; and in Florida and the negroes and i.\!:+

# What is the ,matter with the big Rev. D. 'L. Phillips preached three children were visitors to Mr. Austin's corporate interests will again dominate -

street light that used to shine so at Maxville Sunday.' the Y
very interesting .sermons state-then, God pity our fair
Brightly at. the depot on dark nights? Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Geo. Carter and sister, Miss commonweath!! .. -

Raiford has, her'streets brightly Mr; R. E. Hess, of Lawtey, visited I Hattie, took a buggy ride Sunday Here is a reproduction of one of

f .;; lighted by several splendid gasoline 0. J. Phillips Saturday and Sunday. afternoon. Holt's letters. It is his' letter it is Progressive BosiiiessFirislDutai'keReaders

lights; Hampton has installed lights The people here are being disturbed Mr. Quncy Adams and his best girl, his signature: .

at ,the street corners., Why is Lake in' their about' week Miss Hessie took walk 'r '
sleep once a by a to Mr. 'Jan. 17, 1914. '1 '

Butler so behind? Waiting' for the the firing of guns and the ringing of Mosley's Sunday afternoon. "Personal Carn Bros., City. of the Telegraph j' find it to their ,

electric lights of course. But'in the bells. What is the ? Someone Mrs. Sam Norman "
returned Dear
reason home 31p Sir-It is of the utmost
ka meantime why'not use what we have? getting married? Sunday from Lawtey, where she has importance that you, see that s the firms represented ; 'to

If we do_not hustle the ladies of the Rev. D. U. Black filled his regular been at the bedside of'her daughter, man connected with establishment every .. in/this, : -

: r Civic League will do it, for, they aredoers. appointment at the Enterprise schoolhouse Mrs. Jeff Crews.I is your :
registered at, once in the :',...
F _
Sunday.Mr. Mr. Willie Austin was a visitor to ward in which he lives. Enclosed find directory.'k ,

Will Oliver colored, was fined $30 0. D. Noorer of Jacksonville Mr. Henry Hicks" .. .
at cards
r ; Lawtey Sunday giving the location of the various NNN N NN > +
and costs or in default thirty days in representing the Merchants GroceryCo to see his best girl, Miss Annie Greene.Mrs. registration offices. .

the county jail for carrying j concealed :; of that city, paid his regular-visit Jeff Lang visited Starke Saturday "Please be kind enough to mail mea .+ DRY GOODS ,.. FUIiNITURI. ;c '
: weapon. In Judge Byrd'srart .
here and
Monday. Sunday. list of all those whom if
; on Monday. Mr. Andrew Billiard left Monday Henry and Lonnie Carter spent Saturday registered and their ward number. r Ae

Large congregations attended the for Fernandina, where he will be for p.m. at Highland. "It is also of great importance that NNNNNNe$ 4*$$$ *$$$, a

w revival meetings held here in con- some time. We wish him much success Messrs. B. D. Lang and E.'H. Carter yon personally see that any' friend r e'

section with the Disciples' Church. in his new field. went to attend church at Long Branch of yours, either business J. W. MORGAN FURNITURE .;
The meetings closed on Monday nightThere or personal, Headquarters for / .
', Mr. H. S. Hilliard visited her son, Saturday,:but on account of so much is also reci t'Ted without delay. The Ladies Goods," and almost anything eUi:yoa '
number of ;
were a additions
the ehurch. to Mr. Eddie Hilliard, of Fernandina the water the preacher failed to get there. ime' grows shorter each day,'and I Dry Goods, Notions,.Etc... ,might wantHULL'S : trot :
A movement is In. '
's1 foot
Mr. .
first of
Taylor, of Jacksonville, 'spent 'rge you to give this matter +
to erect' new'church.NEW Messrs. J. C. Clemons, R. E. Hess Thursday night at the home of E. H. mmediate attention. .. .. : STORE DEPARTMENT, : I

and 0. J. Phillips were visitors to Carter. >"Y6ur very MM MM f MMMMM. .< sr'ENT4

,RIVER Lawtey Sunday aternoon. Mr. Geo. Carter has bought hima truly"P.. A. Holt. .

Prof. S. A. Draper, principal\ of We never hear anything about the new buggy. Look out, girls for This letter .. BUILDERS' SUPPLIES .-
was sent to
'. Lake Butler High School, preached aLong t hunters. Hurry up, boys. he will carry some one. every negro ..
barroomkeeper in *
.Branch Saturday night and Sun- The Dixie Guards will hold their Mr. C. M. Henderson, of Jacksonville Anti-Saloon Jacksonville.The r f:: .
League calls
regular drill meeting Saturday night and Miss Maggie Starling, of the Florida and upon NNNN N N \

Hiss Marie Parker, who has been March ,the, 7th. this place, were united in press pulpit to urge
marriage by all white men,to register now. They Qafgle L & Supply Co.
attending Lake Butler High School, -. Judge Geo. A. Gardiner at Starke ::
it *
owe to southern manhood and
visited her parents here Saturday and I SAMPSON Saturday. The happy in
,CITY. couple will i southern womanhood to with er iplies.
4 Sunday:. Mr. J. C. Barry Graham, spent make their future home in Jacksonville. all their oppose i DR. U.sG.
,Miss Miriam. Adkins gave.a.tackyparty Sunday in Sampson.Mrs. might the operations of Builders Sa Paints, Oils,. 4 -
+ at her home last Friday night Pleasant A. Holt and the liquor gang. V&rnl4 e Concrete, < DENTISTf
Alma .
Byrd visited relatives at tombing.
"Jacksonville, Fla Jan. 8 1914- r z
Everybody reported a nice time. .Miss Graham ,
one day this -
week. -
r Eva Crews and CoL Floyd Green :I KINGSLEY LAKE "Carn Bros, City. Estimates -Edlrards f
,won Mrs. E. H. Smith, of Saxton, visited Mr. and Mrs. e fully Fumiihed. 4
the prizes for being the tackiest Haislop, of near "Dear Sir-The new Primary Law Up
relatives and friends
,in Starke
:' Miss Grace Clark, who has been and Sunday. Sampson n visited Kingsley Lake church is so long' and so confusing to the ; 1tz '
teaching at Mayo Fla is average reader, that a synopsis of it rR ,
to visiting Mr. ( .
Percy Jones of
tj Lake 'Butler, Mr. and Mrs. John :-,- -;
Morgan has been
friends here this week. of near prepared and is mailed here "
visited his mother here one day this Starke <,
Everybody nice visited Kingsley Lake-church with. Your attention is especially'. t
reported time
a at We
the peanut popping at the home of Mr. Kirby Smith went to Hawthorneone Mr. Higginbotham directed -to three extraordinary provisions .. ," _c'."

Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Renfroe, last day last week, where he and Miss here Sunday. attended church. of the new law, as follows: .
I! Thursday night. 1. Every elector must register. It NNNNv
Pearl Gay were united in "
Mr. Cecil Cason, of Lake Butler, at They returned marriage. Mr. Nutton Strickland, Varnes Lake, makes 'no'difference how long he,has :
Sampson Sunday and Mr. CO L PEmr
tended the' Starling, of Lawtey, been registered under the old law '
tacky party lastFridaynight he
where ..
they'will make this their futJrehome. visited here 4' li'p' ben SXS'
Sunday. ]
a at the home of Mr. and M m. must register again. FloricI Estate Land t 70U
We wish them and
a long and hap Mr. and Mrs. Jeff 'need leNo Lsdi 5,'
Lang eR
a' J. C. Adkins. of Black 2. Every elector must declare (roj Xf
life. Wear..Shoeap
py Creek, in fI ovdytui
were Starke
shopping Satur under oath Expert;
Messrs.. James and Jessie Thomas his party affiliations when Etc,, you
day. Mr. ,
Johnnie ; .
a. and. Mr. Leon Renfroe. ,, of Sampson Telegraph $1, .50 per year.' church; here Sunday.Starling. attended he he applies registers for and a'ticket(if required to vote) when and '.. 83'yetns- '. at Stiike. !;. So iWsflPtivA r

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