Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 15, 1914
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: 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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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ji; STARKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1914. NO. 45

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'i r Concert Given by Choral Crab Friday HELD ON MAY 4| TOOK HOLD OF A RABID DOG SUCCESSFUL TERM ENDED' \ ;
.i I ,j May L I: Second and First Grades Have Clos : I
; Attempt to Choose Successor I. ing Exercises r- :

t s J to Duncan, Results in members On Friday of the.Choral evening, Club May afforded 1, the' H. E. Lagergren Appointed En- | Barrett-Edwards Marriage and On Wednesday: -and Thursday of Two Young Ladies Graduate.

; ; Deadlock. the people of Stoke a rare musicalas i gineer of East Starke Drain- Other Interesting News last week the third grade taught by And ReccMve Their "

,, well as social treat when they entertained age District. From Lawtey Miss Susie Darby, and the second Dipl. mas. _..j; i
" at rose musicale at the residence grade, taught by Miss Olive Ray, _
A. .f Tbe'eoUDcil met in regular session of CoL W. T. Weeks on Cherry' gave their closing exercises. rThe i,1
.,ltl : ,May 4th 1914. Present, E. S. Matthews street Starke,May 4, 1914.-The Board Lawtey, Fla., May 14.-Mr. James Both pupils and teachers deserve Starke schools closed last week-
; x '. Chairman, J. W. Andrews,.Jr., His spacious home is especially was called- to order by C. A.' Roberts,) Starling, who lives in' East Lawtey, much credit for the charming way after an -unusually,:successful session.
: bed .; S. A. Bryan, N. D. Wainright adapted to entertainment. this kind I' chairman, with' the following members had an experience a few morningsago in which these little folks carried outtheir Two pupils finished their regular
,,'lit t i ;, Mir"*** of the last meeting were the entire lower floor being' thrown I present' : W. A. Bessent, A. B.Surrency ; which he would not like to have parts.A high school cotrae and graduated-,
'- read and approved. en suite and the whole encircled by i S. T. Dowling and W. S. repeated. He was awakened early by large number of patrons and with honors,namely, Miss Allie Mae:
: Upon motion it was ordered that broad veranda and long French windows Croft hearing-dogs fighting. Going to the friends were present to enjoy these Haynes and Mii6 Jeannette Mat-
" .j,4""aenieea at extra police officer be ;making numerous exits and !ntraaees. -' Minutes of last meeting read and door, he found-a bull bitch chewing exercises. thews. i
< f'f tr f'contmued. ,for thirty' days at $40.00 approved.H. his pup up. He grabbed the intruderby The following programswere carried The baccalureaie s
'' .per.month.. The decorations were exceedingly B. Weest, engineer of the East the back of the neck, with both out: preached at the sermon was-
:. :, Bond of J. R. Davis as a ember artistic. Huge masses of roses were Starke Drainage District, tenderedhis hands and pulled her off. In doing so Third Grade. at 11 o'clock Baptist church Sunday .. ,
of Board of Bond Trustees approved. everywhere, entwined along the balustrade resignation. Upon motion and the dog looked up to him in such a Song-Third grade.; tague president of a. m. by Dr. A. Mon
fi[,1 : .The'-council priceeded by ballot to of the stair way and,banked, second' resignation accepted. H. E. way that he was afraid to turn her Recitation-me Wreck of the Hes and was a Columbia College,
1'n j. elect an alderman .to fill the unex- on the mantels. Suspended in each | Lagergren was appointed to fill the loose; He called to one of his boys pens"-Third grade. thought and masterpiece. of scholarly ,;.
: If I pired 'term' of E. .P. Duncan. After of tabs large double doors was a largebrass vacancy by the board. to bring a hammer, with which he dispatched Play-"A Visit to Fairyland." Jack commencement eloquence.The
;, E'. the second ballot, the vote being a basket with lovely American The monthly allowance of Starling her with a few well directed and his Sister-Thomas Umbaugh held in the exercises were .
high school
(;: tie,it was ordered that a special primary Beauties nodding over its sides. Vines Sisters, was increased from $10 AO |I blows. The dog's head was sent to and Dorothy Edwards. Monday auditorium
i election be held May 29, 191., and rosebuds looped back the curtains per month to $13.00. | Jacksonville, and a few days later a Herald-Ira Rape. the most evening favorable"jat 8 o'clock under s _
-4:: to recommend to the' council. a mem4'F and lovely ferns filled every B. M. Dowling, tax collector, camebefore letter was received stating that th Fairy-Ethel Griffin.. weather auspices. The 4fl
I ber to fill the unexpired term, only available niche. the board and asked that the dog had rabies. eFairyMargaret Long. was pleasant and the attendance j

);tj li: ." electors to vote that were qualified As the guests arrived they were time be extended thirty days for the Mrs. D. C. Hood and little AlphonJ. I Fairy-Hazel Warren. pathetic was and large attentive.anjl the Audience sym
1!f' at the last general town election. met by Mrs. Marvick and graciously collection of taxes. Upon motion and J. Long and son and T. W. Tit- Fairy-Lilie McRae. a veritable bower The stage was ; : ,
r it.: It was ordered that persons wishing I received just inside by Mrs. De second time extended by the board.. zo returned home Monday from a Fairy-Earle Bischoff. vines and flowers., of palms ferns, a
t t: to enter the race for alderman to reg- Witt C. Jones, and Miss Lois Peek The bond filed by J. J. Byrd for firearms week's visnt to Bartow and near Plant Elves-Herbert Seven Ira Rape,I The following
i!, r inter,their names with the clerk not Director. Both Mrs. Jones and Miss upon motion and second refused. City.Rev. Thomas Turner- Joe Mosley. I I : program was rendered 4
:4 t' later than terj days before the elect- Peek wore beautiful yellow gowns, N. T. Moore, of Knoxville Queen of .Fairies.Jessie Mae Bais Invocation
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t3 ., 't n. Mrs. Jones of Charmeuse and lace Bonds of A. T. Mizell, G. W. Sap p, Tenn., and Mr. W. M. Hamlin, Mrs.J. den. Oration-"The Rape.
r .'4. Inspectors-of said election were and Miss Peek of I crepe de chin A. L. Crews J. D. Goodman, E. L J. Long and son and T. W. Tit- Recitation-Earle Bischoff. tages of Practical "Advan
: '- appointed as follows: B. W. Hodges, Their.flowers were American Beauty; Ware and W. H. Harrell for fire-arms man -of Pulaski Teniu, were visiting Song-"School is pone," by ,Third Allie Mae a Haynes.High Education, _Miss: 1
4,4 -- t .T. N. Kendrick F.\P. Shaffer. roses. approved and licenses issued. relatives and friends here last week. grade. tion and with Without hesita
..... '< The clerk was instructed to have After listening to the splendidprogram Bond of J. K. Stephens for Notary Mrs. M. L. Johns, of Bamberg andMr. Second trade. Miss perfect poise, of manner '
,, :, the ballots printed and names ar Public The Longfellow Haynes delivered her oration 4
as given below, delicious re approved. and Mrs. Barney Brown, of Bu-$ 'terary Society in distinct
s ; .' ranged- .alphabetically. freshments of ice cream, served in C. F. Hoover appeared before the fort,. S. C., are visiting the homes of I was,presided over >by Lawrence Sim impressive elocution' and with an '
, ": .,'' The clerk was ordered to draw rose, cups and cake, iced, in pink, board and asked that the board rescind their brothers and sister, Messrs. G.' mons. r show the 'that tended to
J ; aerlPfintavor'ol Bond Trustees for were enjoyed by all present. I I their action at the last meeting W. and J. E. Brown, and Mrs. M. E. The minutes, of the' last meetingwere training in advantages her owi :!.education And'
: $400.00 on waterworks and for ex Program.Mrs. of the board dropping the name of Edwards.Mr. read by the secretary, Elizabeth and forceful argument case. With logical
Ptensions, and improvement. DeWitt C. Jones accompanist Mrs. West from the pauper roll For J P Edwards, of Jacksonville Brownlee. citations of and liberal
;, The time for payment of city taxes 'further consideration laid over until was shaking hands with his many Song-"The Merry Brown Thrush"Second demonstrated statistical prcof she fully 4
4'extended t to 1st Monday in June. next grade. the I practical advantages \
"A May Morning" Denza-Mrs. meeting. friends here one day last week. of
..d Tax Collector Kite reported colI J. ,,E. Futch. The report of J. B. Thomas In-I Mrs. 0. L. Thomas visited the homeof Roll call, responded to by memory human activity.education! in- everyfield of '
lections for April: My Old spector of convict her in Nassau gems. i r
Kentucky Home-Foster camps, managed parents county the Music,-Mixed cHoms..
I :. Rent from. school board __ $ 20.00 Chorus of mixed voices. and controlled by James Reynolds in I first of the week. Recitation "Hiawatha's Childhood"by Oration '
,i Pines __.__ ___________ 84.50 Gondolieri=Nevin-Chorus of ladies said Coutny of Bradford setting forth Miss Annie Brown -Edwards and fifteen boys and: girls. Miss Jeannette,-"The Woman of today," M
i : License --------------- 8.75 voices. improper care and treatment of the Mr. W. A. Barrett surprised their Song "A Medley of Places We mingly modest Matthews. In a char- .

r.<1. Taxes ---------------- 1982.87 Solo "Roses" Lynes-Mrs. U. G. prisoners of his camp, was taken'up many friends here by meeting in Love" by grade. thews traced the ma/intr pi-ogress: Miss:; Mat a
.', Turner. for consideration, and after receiving Jacksonville last Saturday and get- Play-"Away to the Woods. struggle cf woman's R
.. f Total $ 210612b "Lovely Night"-Offenback Spick- communication from Mr. Reynolds, ting married. They returned here Characters and upward from the degradation -
Treasurer Crews reported cash on er-Chorus of promising and Eight school girls and Sinah servitude of the past to
"- ;i mixed voices. agreeing to treat the Tuesday and are stopping at the boys, the proud and rightful
hand: Trio-"Loves Old Sweet Song" prisoners in his camp better and hotel. Moore, Lawrence Simmons Willie she position which "
; General Fund :__________ 447.12 Molloy-Mrs. J. E. Futch, Mrs. Turner agreeing to abide strictly with the Mr. Enoch Griffis was a business Agin Ellis Thornton, Elizabeth the world occupies today in, the affairs of.
xi i! Road'and Bridge -------- 1598.41 :Miss Darby. rules laid down by the Commissionerof visitor to Starke Monday. Brownlee, Julian Canova, Cortez Andrew tor of not but as a rival or e mpeti- rl
man, ratheas
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X" : Interest ------------ 1198,41 "Mynken Blynken and Nod"Nevin Agriculture governing said convict Miss Enza Blanchard returned and Lloyd Austin. half his
il1r Sinking ______'. ________ 844.44 The helpmeet arid his comPanion -
Ji. Chorus of ladies voices. camps. Upon motion and second it home Tuesday from Jacksonville, Partridge Ifathan Prevatt.,. showing
'Waterworks _________-_ 401,53 "Old Black Joe" Foster-Chorusof was ordered and agreed that Mr.I where she has been spending several The Bee-Leon )late.! to do, which that wcnu.n'tas a.work -
mixed voices. Reynolds be allowed to retain the' days with relatives and friends. The Oak Tree-Eugene Turner. do, and that man cari t otClr will. not i
";. t ,Total'' $ 4489.75 Duet That we Two Were May: prisoners in his charge according to I Mrs W. L. Foraker, of Jacksonville The Partridge-Nathan Prevatt. task. woman H equal to the '
.. :.: Bills were paid on General Fund I: ing" Smith Mrs. Futch Mrs. Tur .the terms and contract with the board! is: a guest of'her sister,,Mrs. 0. L... The Squirrel-Charles Darby. .fusie.-Ladies' :-x.
1. E. S .Matthews mem coun ____ 1.00 ner. I of County Commissioners until further Thomas, for a few days. The Ant-George Rape. I Presentation of Chorus. _
". J. W. Andrews Jr., mem. coun. 1.00 orders of the board, and it was Mrs. Burney left Monday morningfor The Butterfly-Vivirette Floyd. Certificates Hon. Grammar School '
,S. A. Bryan mem. coun. ______ 1.00 BOARD OF TRADE MEETS further ordered that ,the Clerk of| Live Oak where she will spend a The Thistle-Maurice Edward a few well,chosen D, E. Knight. In -
N. D. Wainright mem. coup ._ 1.00 The Starke board of trade held a said board notify the Commissioner few days the guest of her brother The Water Lily. Nellie Mott. spoke of the words Mr. Knight '
\ A. S. Crews Treas. salary ____ 7.50 meeting Tuesday evening at the courthouse of Agriculture of the action taken by Mr. T. J. Terry returned home Sunday ion. He laid significance of the occas-
Ed Burnsed salary __________ 50.00 for the purpose of electingnew the board. from a business trip to Fort WILLIAMS-LAMAR the deplorable particular stress upon
Jas Sasser, salary and fees ____ 48.00 officers. The attendance was Petition signed by C. P. Cason and I White and High Springs. A quiet marriage of unusual interest the common school fact that many enter
Silas Kite sal and fees .....___ 62.00E small, however, and the election of others, asking for a public road to be ,The Lawtey Epworth League will occurred at the home of Dr. twelve years' work.but'few ile finish the
E. Can va mayor's fees,____ 20.80 officers was postponed. The commit granted as follows! : Beginning at the celebrate its Anniversary next Sun George L. Bitzer last night about 9 no measured condemned'in
'Will Wall, fire chief ___-_____ 2.00 tee'on public hitching sheds submitted corporate line of the town of Rai- day evening at 7 o'clock. Miss Lot o'clock. The contracting partieswere duty on the term the remissnessof
I Ab Sydboten, fireman ,._____ 3.00 its report and was instructed to ford near the corner of where T. B.Hanley's tie Stafford is president, urges all Miss Louise Lamar and Mr. who allowed their part: Oi the parents
Will Wainright fireman _____ 3.00 erect a shed on the vacant lot northof | and W. S. Parker's lands members and friends to attend. A Walter H; William's. There seems the educational demand chiVlren to shirk s
: Ancel Wainwright fireman _-_ 3.00W"ill A. E. Moitt's'shop. Mr. J.' T. join, and running west near Harden beautiful program has been preparedand to have been no particular objectionto Music,-Ladies' Chol'; of the times.
,Miner fireman _________ 3.00 Quigley was added to the telephoneand Byrd's place, thence northwesterlyand a good time is anticipated. the match but the young people Address and s. :y
Cliff Chancey fireman ____ 3,00 i the committee was instructed to through the R. B. Roberts place, took this method of having the care lomas, Dr. L. L. Presentation of Dip s'
Will Moitt fireman __________ 3.00 ascertain the cost per mile of telephone thence westerly and intersect with H. S. Hilliard, Managers, John Cone, mony performed. Economics and Bernard, Professor of
Morgan Darby fireman ____d 3.00 ] wires solicit telephone 'subscribers the Lake Butler and Sanderson road Clerk. They left the bride's home a few of History," of the University ; -
', E. B. Shipman asst chief ____ 5.00 and report at next meetingE. near J. L. Bryant's place thence in a I ]District Number Two (2) Lake ButlerW. minutes before 8, apparently bound ston, of the Dr. J. T. Thaek-
Jay Alderman fireman ______ 3.00' S. Matthews was appointed a committee Westerly direction to Swift Creekchurch. J. Epperson, J. W. Jones, N. for church. Instead, they were picked had been annpuiiC&l University of Florida '
Roy Turner fireman __________ 2.00' to confer with the postmasterin Petition received and order ]E. Roberts, Managers, M. D. Stokes, up in an automobile by Mr. N. K. dress to the to deliver he ad -
Robt Gray fireman ________ 2.00Will reference to the hours that rural ed filed and it was further ordered Clerk. Fry and R. B. Mackey and they drove vented his but illness pre .
Stroud fireman _______-_ 2.00 mail carriers leave Starke posk>ffice. that written notices be filed uponsaid District Number Three (3) Palestine. around the city until church'was out was coming substituted, and Dr. L. L. Bernard -
W..W. Baisden feeding pris. __ 2.40 Mr. Matthews Then they repaired to the home of tnd a better -
was also appointedcommittee a line and any party or parties objecting James Clemons, John D. Pearce, M. substitute could not have
J. L. Warren phone rent ___-L 1.75 to investigate the matterof t osaid line being opened anext d C. Croft, Managers, M. Z. CoursonClerk. Dr. Bitzer, where the ceremony was for Dr. Bernard knew what been chosen, ,
Road and Bridge Fund.' advertising envelopes. The n | made a public road will appear in person performed.The and just how to ; to say
J. W. Andrews & Son street work meeting will be held on Tuesday even or file with th e board writtennotice District Number Four (4) Providence bride is the daughter of Mrs. say:; it, and he was

-------- ---------_ ____$ 38.60 ing. May 19, and a large attendanceis : | of their: objections first Mon Jesse Gay, D. J. Harden Charles. Attie Lamer, who lives at 202 Jon genet-s _
Quigley Lum and Supply Co. desired. day in June, same being the first day M. Smith Managers, Brady Brown, street She is an exceedingly at tro ,- Chorus.
., lumber etc. __N___________ 6.08 of said month. Done and ordered by Clerk. tive young woman and has made many Benediction-Rev. 7
J.'W. Andrews & Son hauling DEATH OF EDWARD friends since coming this city last L. W Kickliter.
the Board of County Commissioner District Number Five (5) PinehilLM. __ .
trash --__________ ________ 14.50 remains of Edward Alvarez, W. T. WEEKS, Clerk. P. Matheney, Vernon EdwardsW. October. The groom is employed as
.. W. L Wall building bridge ____ 50.00 who was shot last Sunday at Lake C. A. ROBERTS, Chairman. M. Parker Managers; Will Pop- prescription clerk with the BarnesDrug PICNIC AT LONG BRIDGE I'
W. F. Mott san work ________ 83.00 Bird FbL, by Deputy Sheriff Robert May 5th, 1914. pell Clerk. Company and is a young man There will be a picnic at Long 4 '
Waterworks Fund Campbell, of Taylor county wand ere To he Honorable Board of County District Number Six (6) Starke.D. of sterling qualities. They have a Bridge on the west side of the river
.. Bond Trnstess for extension brought to Starke Tuesday and interred Commissioners of Bradford County, C. Jones J.- W. Andrews, Jr., host of friends, who wish them long May 29th. Candidate speaking will f
,. .r improvements $ 400.00. in Dyal cemetery. Mrs. Alvarez; Fla. B. W. Hodges Managers; A. S. Crews and continued happiness.-Valdosta be the order of the 'da). A. B. Shaw '
."!.c ; Council adjourned to next regular accompanied the bodp of her h us- Gentlemen: Clerk. .Ga.) Times. .. will introduce the speakers. Every- ;
meeting. band.;, Your appointment of the undersigned District Number Seven (7) Hampton body invited to, come.
C. A. FUTCH, Mr. Alvarez was born in Bradfordcounty as Engineer for the East Allen Wiliams: H. B. Wiggins E POLITICAL RALLY. CommitteeA.. B. Shaw. J. B.
.: Clerk.: 36 HoraciiMay There will be a political rally at Crews, M. L. Crews.
years ago and was the Starke Drainage District, vice Mr. H. D. Abernathy, Managers; -1]
GROWS son of Mr. and Mrs. Ozias Alvarez.He B. Weest; resigned is hereby accepted Clerk. Worthington Springs"on Tuesday, ---.-- -
.Mr. J. R. Halligan ASPARAGUS who lives north grew to manhood in this countyand with thanks. I promise to dischargethe I District Number Eight (8) Half ord. May 19.invited All candidates be and citizensare 'Mr. R. A. Hodges returned early
"est'of town on the Sanderson was at one time a resident of duties of the position as far as N. T. Ritch, Jr., W. C. Whitten J. to present Bring this week from a visit to Waachula.He :1
has been experimenting with aspara-road, Starke. He is survived by his wife lies in my power. I C. Jones, Managers; J. A. Brooks, your. dinner baskets and spend the says great activity; prevails in all .
father one brother, Mr. M. J. Alvarez Respectfully Clerk. lines
Pa for the yours day.J. of business in South Florida.
past and has r
to year suc- R. Mott, B. M. LeverettA
ceeded in growing some nice plants of this city one sister, Mrs. H. E. Lagergren. District Number Nine (9) He informs us that Wauchula boardof
for his own Thomas Whitehead, of Jacksonville, Inspectors of Election B. M. Leverett Sam Dukes Bud: trade posts daily bulletins at the -1<
use. Asparagus
mends a high price at all times com-and and a number of other relatives. Inspectors and Clerks appointed by I McLeod, Managers, I. F. Lamb, Cle A railroad ditching outfit consisting depot showing the prices: of, different
l, therefore, Board.of County Commissioners May You can't vote in the June primary of a steam' shovel flat cars anda commodities in the variius parts
One acre of profitable. MOTHER'S DAY SERVICE 4th 1914 to serve at the Primary election unless you pay your poll scraper that is used to unload the of trade for the benefit of growers:
,frown.,will furnish asparagus, properly Interesting Mother's Day services Election at the various precincts of'i taxes on or before May 9. V flat cars, passed through Starke Monday and shippers.
l an income suffijfwt'to were held at New River last Sunday. said County, June 2nd, It'll The Board adjourned to meet on the on its way to the Sarasota branchof
I ; : support an ordinary family Songs prayer and speeches the the Seaboard which'part of the : : : :
r. \In wifortfor were District Number One (1.) LawteyJ. first Monday in June. <
?,,:' J,. ,1 j 11 ,rfr ; one year. ."order of the day.' I B. Whitehead,. W. M. Redding, W. T., Weeks, Clerk. line is being put in good condition.. Telegraph $1.50,peryear;; J ,

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Attractive' Prices On American. ; zens the'law State it "'"\ { ..v- ,." ... "
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4:( r Come In II all forms of corruption and graft may Other farm .mm if_ in order to insure lbOrougb sencese.1q&eDU

be stopped; digestion of all the food eaten, and to mate your: ay bones recuUifr ud .
AND WHEREAS ,It is for' the bones readier for next day's work add to their Sad it Mvfa proposhfetOB
evening feed a teaspoonful of- iced It tteo Bike*
1Lc DeWITT JONES II best interests of the people of the men batttsj tttrfrtex m4

State of Florida that every effort pos- STOCK rffcJi*. 4 Ira Johnston.
sible'be made to have our elections BeeJCa 't RF.RNo.1,

. I. .Hardware Lumber : free of-every form of corruption; MEDICINEB I OTWUNcbe, .

f THEREFORE BE IT KNOWN will lessen your feed bda
; That I, Park Trammell, Governor of hoc .., $ .per ca.-'
.n will increase yonr profits.
the State of Florida, acting under the

?:4 r authority vested in me, do hereby of-

4tfftf4}..fff.ffff. Its record in the history of hundredsof It. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + fer a reward of One Hundred (100.00)
4 + thousands of cases has been that! Dollars for the arrest'and convictionof .

t. + FLORIDA AND TYPHOID. ffftffffftfffffff only one-third as.many vaccinated 1+ 'FLORIDA LANDS +! any party or parties who may be

f' persons have contracted the diseaseas f I. + guilty of a violation of the provisionsof

unvaeeinated. More than this, ffffffftffffffftThe the said Chapter 6470 of the Laws

Why, should the people of Florida the;:disease has terminated fatally following article' appeared in pf the State of Florida.

have typhoid fever when they don't only one-third as many times with the May number of The Medical Council IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have

have to.have1 it? vaccinated persons as with the unvac- published at Philadelphia, and hereunto set my hand and caused the S

It isnt compulsory; it is preven- cinated. In other words, this method was written by Dr. E. T. Campbell, Great Seal of the State of Florida to II'
of prevention has divided by at be affixed at Tallahassee the fie
table. In its source, its nature and of this city: t Capitol -
its method of transmission it is disc the least'disease.nine the The chances value of of dying this from dis- Editor Medical Council: this the second day of May, A. D.

gusting, even to the point of being f have read with considerable interest 1914. :
has been that it has given the
nauseating, yet it continues from yearto medical profession a'neW and mighty an article by Dr. Jones, of Dev- ,
Governor.By .
year claiming its victims by the against the disease and has ils Lake, N. Dak., and endorse it in <
weapon the Governor Attest: ULWARKI
scores and hundreds, victims who robbed it of many of its'terrors. great measure' as correct, but must ,H. CLAY CRAWFORD
might be saved. The doctors and take exceptions to his general esti- Y
But like other weapons it,has no, Secretary of State.HEALTH ;
t sanitists, standing like sentinels to value unless it is used.' As a mere mate of Florida lands being very poor. t

point the way to health and safety? ornament or as a scientific discovery Florida is a large State and has a h

F are forced to see the disease choos- only to be talked about, it is just large variety of soils. Some of the NOTICE : af.

ing whom it will along those who, about as useful in fighting dis- land contains no soil, only sand, while ; -
been rescued if they' Issued by Starke Health and Sani-.
might have ease as the Nebular Hypothesis:: If other portions are as rich as, any I I :
would.. It's sad, pathetic, mournfula the people of Florida will fight this have seen in Iowa Missouri, Nebraska tary Department. .II"

-- careless, wanton, wicked waste disease in dead earnest, if even they or any of the Mississippi Valley i .

: of life. It's not suicide only because will willingly follow the orders of States. The attention of all citizens is US' 85k

r. it isnt a deliberate seeking of death those who are leading the fight, they No j wise man will buy lands without called to the urgent necessity of I IT'!t

but the case would be a parallel if will be helping. If actively they will investigations. On the other looking after the Sanitary Conditions .. ( .. ,. . .
a man were to walk among exploding avail themselves of this opportunityto other hand, no,fair man should con- of their premises. -
dynamite after being warned of its demn without investigation.I Flies the ,i'-.,.
secure immunity, they will receive require greatest atten- CONSIDER: what business would be WITHOUT: BANKS No mnt-
,location. have now lived in Florida eight *
from the State Board of Health all
tion.They of starting an enterprise before he arranged to OPEN;
The source of typhoid fever is the encouragement.and instructions; they years, and never passed as enjoyablea carry more disease-germs'
person suffering from the disease. will receive free treatment, free med- summer as here. The thermometer and cause more sickness than any AN ACCOUNT. HOW DOES HE STAND: THE 'BANZf is'i. x

The method of transmission is by the icines-like salvation, all they haveto seldom goes above 90, and I have other source of contamination. Flies question asked at:some time'about every business man. a

transference of the typhoid germs do is to accept it to be saved. never seen it above 100 degrees in breed' in filth chiefly in horse ma- I A good WORKABLE BANK .BALANCE. is essential to'i

from the patient to the prospective No man has a moral or a legal the eight years/The nights are always nure. A single fly will lay about 120 every successful: business man.R'

victim. These'germs pass from the right to become a menace to his fam- fool fram the Gulf breezes.In eggs, that hatch out in ten days. '
body principally in th evacuations of ily, to his neighbors.to the commun- winter we at this point in the Can you realize how fast they multi- I, e s-yr..''o

the intestines. Sometimes, though ity,'when he may have the means to State have frosts about as frequentlyas ply? We solicit

J not often, the disease .is transmittedby avoid it.. It is the moral duty of the States along the Ohio River This is the reason all garbage, your account.BANK .

personal contact. They are carried every Floridian to see to it that his have zero weather.I manure, and vault contents shouldbe

l: on the_feet of flies and they are food and his surroundings do not consider Florida land as the most removed at least once a week. OF STARKEY

f left wherever the flies light. Those threaten his health. When he controls safe and sane investment a man could Screen your house, at least your

e that make the trouble are the germs property either as owner.or as make. Land at Sanford, which a few kitchen and dining room. E. S.. Matthews, Pres. ted H. alligan", Cashier..

that are left by flies in the food whichwe tenant, it is his duty to beep it in years ago sold for $125 per acre, now Box up your surface closet so flies ,, ,

eat we eat it if we dont know sanitary condition. More than this is selling from $500 to 1,000. Thisis can't get in. .' :
better and once again in the intes- good rich land but there thous- Put in
any .it is his donty to take every reason- are manure a screened pit or
tinal tract of another human being able precaution to avoid for himself, ands of acres in Bradford County that vault.

the chances are good for another f un- for those dependent upon him and for are richer and which can now be Keep table refuse and all garbagein J. R. DAVIS CO.
4 erg his neighbors, the'blight of typhoid bought at from $25 to $50 per acre. a covered can or keg. : .

i rThe most efficient weapon against fever as well as of other infectious These lands can be improved and Mosquitoes breed only in still and I I
typhoid Is prevention. It is a thousand diseases. set to pecans which in ten years will stagnant water. Y.

times more efficient than cure, Are you going to do your duty this ,bring 'a good income. That empty can you threw in the

r 11< for prevention 1 is about that many summer or do you pdefer to suffer I have two trees in my yard that back yard will be partly filled by the INSURANCSTARKE

.a. times more efficient than cure, for the consequences? yielded me 50 pounds of nuts which next rain, and you will soon have a

... prevention is about that many times I "...s netted me $20. They are about eight large family of mosquitoes. Theyare

: less problematic than cure. The J years old.I dangerous as well as annoying.Don't .
1 + fff + f + f + f + + *ffff
don't know just what time of allow standing water
'. steps in the line of prevention are year any on
numerous First, prevent flies from tf Dr. Jones was in Florida, but he sure- your premises. = -
: reaching the faecal matter from stools SWAT THE MOSQUITO ff ly was not here in June, July or Clean up your alley. Destroy all .

'1' jof the patient: next prevent flies from ftftftfffftftfftfft August, for.he would not have spokenof weeds.

t reaching food; next 'as an additional dry weather at this time, for we Use disinfectants freely in your
r wash thoroughly all food then have our rainy season and most house, around your stable especiallyon
f; precaution, Washington, D. C. May 14-The
l f- that is not to be cooked, and.all the fact that some of the deadliest tropi- assuredly do not need irrigation.The the manure pile and in the gar-

t time and everywhere kill the fly. Destroy cal diseases can be eliminated by the market for vegetables and bage-can. International Harvester
:f..:1 the breeding places in the sta- destruction of mosquitoes was thor- fruits is in the north, and prices are Bear in mind, if you see a fly- ,

ble in the in otherdlnnnn subject to conditions of the weather there is filth near you.
manure pile oughly demonstrated at Santiago and Farm
there often more than in Florida. Report any nuisance in neigh- Wagons
ble, in the manure pile and in other Havana during the Spanish-Ameri your
This is section. :borhood to the health
a strawberry or sanitary .
can war and in Panama during the .
filth.The Thousands of dollars' worth !officer.
are ship-
screen for,Florida Is a neces- building of the canaL Judging froma
ped from hereto all points north, even Dry disinfectant "CreoFeneque"suitable
statement made
sary means to salvation. Screen the recently by Sir
as far as Winnipeg.Two for use around your prem-
earth closet, screen the pantry screen William Willcocks, the famous engineer .
into ises, be obtained free by appli-
$500,000 Came may
years ago
the kitchen, screen the bedroom who built the great Assouan
this place for Strawberries alone. cation to the health or sanitary de
screen the porch and screen them dam the lesson of sanitation taughtby '
Dr. Jones' advice not to with partment. '
with full conviction that such screening Americans in Cuba and Panamahas come
is not a luxury but a lifesaver.We been better learned in the heart less than $500 is very good. I might .
suggest an amendment viz., or any HOW TO PRONOUNCE THEM
know that milk is frequently of Africa than in. some places near-
other state. It takes' to tidea .
a vehicle of infection. We know that er home. money Considerable difficulty is experienced -

water has much to do with the dissemination Khartum the capital of the Sudan man over until he can realize on his by English speaking people in the C

j of typhoid, from the fact lies 1345 miles south of Cairo at crop, no matter' what that crop may pronunciation of the names of people

"- that cities in Europe where the water the junction of\the White Nile and be.I and places in connection with the
will say this however that I never trouble in Mexico. There
-. supply is perfect seldom number ''the Blue Nile. General Gordon was present are
their typhoid cases above ten for each killed and the city entirely destroyed saw a country where a man could more than "fifty-seven varieties" of The IHCLire I FOR many years' the:Weber wagon

.one hundred thousand of population during the Mahdist uprising in 1885, make a living. on fewer acres than in pronunciation and it is not to be won- ,,tlfT been accepted as the standard'

r and in American cities the rate is not but after the terrific defeat of the Florida. dered at for the reason, that the tiii,.., \n; of wagon value everywhere. No model of ,
But.-for investment doctor
usually above twenty in each one Mahdi's successor by General (after- an a names are sometimes Spanish sometimes t- -: the Weber wagon was ever so good. as the *

hundred thousand while in cities wards Lord) Kitchener, in 1898, Kar- could do much worse than buying and Indian and often a combinationof ,Ik-= 1914 model now on the market. __

: where the water is impure this rate tum was rebuilt on a much finer scale improving Florida land.E. both. COM. MACHIXES. The Columbus wagon this year is the equal of the
T. Campbell, M. D. & r Weber'wagon in :i where ,and
From a Western exchange every war quality
from ten to times than we re- .CiUnru
goes twenty as before and now has a populationof n
features are concerned, the Weber and Columbus
Starke Fla. E ltn Cottar.
high. some 80,000 people. print the following table, which may ** SaretLI.a wagons are twins One good feature common to
.. serve as a rough-and-ready guide in $ both is the International fifth wheel, making these
There is another menace in the "The steamers that ply on the two j T.etk
$ fact that about two and one-half per rivers" said Sir Williams "bring ffffffttffttf tfff pronouncing words mostly unfamiliar aDieir% The Only fifth Wheel Farm W jons on the Market

cent of those who contract typhoid down from the interior the most malignant f to American ears: GENERAL liN6 The International fifth wheelprevents the pulling
+ VIOLATING ELECTION LAW + Huerta-Oo-ER-tah. O! 4 Cu Eai.u up or pitching of the bolster and therefore does away
fever live to become carriers
germ mosquito in the world but the
VillaVEEyab. .... forever with Dent and broken king pins and circle
that is, after they recover from the drainage at KhartumTis so perfect + f tf + + + tft4aftf cde: sgarew irons. This one feature is worth a trip to town.
disease itself, they'continue to carry that we now fine a man twelve shil- ZacatecasZacahTAYcarTamaulipasTahymoLEEpas F_P'r"+ Go to the I H C local dealer who handles Weber

n and scatter its ,germs for an indefinite lings ($2.88) for mosquito WHEREAS The Legislature of Tkmkn or Columbus wagons and ask him to show you tho
Queretaro-Kay-RET-a-roh. Grab Drib fifth wheel on these wagons. If'you don't know who
i period to infect others. ,found on his premises." There are 1913 enacted Chapter 6470 being an Jalisco-Hah-LEES-co. jet handles them, write to us and We will tell you where
From these facts it is evident that plenty of places in the United States act limiting and regulating cam r.1rr= you may see them.WernationalHarvester. !

this danger lurks constantly and un- that would "go broke" in a hurry if paign expenses. Guanajuato-Gwah-nah-HWAH-to Company of America .

suspected on all sides to menace pub- p rule like that was enforced in this AND WHEREAS, Under the pro- Oaxaca-Wah-HAH-kah. QK pmuA '
lic health, and from its insidious nature I country. visions of this law it is unlawful fora Texcoco-Tes-CO-co. Jacksonville
FIa.Cbp.a .
no person can be absolutely safe candidate or any other person to TehuantepecI'ayW AHN-tay.pee Dee I' mod Khrai&et FLao
Tampico Tam-PEE-co. Qebase
from its attack excepting by unrelenting hire political workers to work for or

watchfulness and care. MAKE YOUR OWN I against any candidate; to pay the expense TerreonTor..raOWN I
t There is much evidence to HidalgoEeDAHr'go.San .
prove of workers or to pay anyone .,
** Luis Potosi Sahn-Loo-EES-Po-
that some individuals are more susceptible PAINT for loss of time; -
to the disease than are otli- AND WHEDEAS, It is unlawful
;era, and that for them. extraordinary I YOU will SAVE under said law for any person to so- Coahuila- -WEE-lab. :
CO ds. PER GAL Bradford
I Aguas Calientes-AH-gwas Cah-leh
'precautions. are'imperative for escape. licit or receive, directly or indirectly County
.i But while all sorts of prevention in \ "Tins, is HOW : any reward or pay for any politi- -EN-tess. *

the line of sanitation help to check Buy 4 gals.L.&M.Semi- cal work in behalf of a candidateor Guerrerq-Gher-RARE-o. .

: the disease, the real victory over-it Mixed Real Paint $8.40 against a candidate; Tlaxcala Tlas-KAH-lah. Abstract Company

was in the discovery of the principleof And3gals.LinseedOil AND, WHEREAS, It is unlawful TuxpamTOOSpam.ChihuahuaCheeW .
to ma: with it
of inoculation. Without undertaking 2.10 AH-wah. A complete record of
under said law for any person to expend Bradford County lands
z to discuss the bacteriology of this Makes gals.Paint forIC.CO The syllables capitalized are those
in behalf of Land
money any candi- Titles Real
t principle it is enough to say that the It's only $1.50 per gzl date or against a candidate exceptfor where the accent should be placed ;, Investment...

method consists in hypodermically The L A: M. \U-MRID his actual traveling expenses We hope the table may prove a con-

injecting into the blood of the individual ZINC DEAL and PAINT LINSEED is PUBS OII.-tSc WHITE heel kcoun LEAD when working for a candidate, free venience to readers.Si. Augustine
millions upon millions of the dead paint materials for too years. of Record.
charge; Two of Kind.
a '
.y of which for Us;:a sal oat of any you buy arc if not the I OLDS ft' LaGRIPJ
germs typhoid, a period "Oh "
x best paint made,then return the paint and get AND WHEREAS The said law George sighed the lovesick
estimated to be about two years, give ell your money back. contains number maiden, "I'm sure I'm
a of other provisions not worthy to
practical immunity from the disease German University Lead. be ;your wife." 5 ,or 6'doses:' 666 will br-
:" 'tll'h' .; t .. 'Itself:: DE WITT C. JONES. lot safe-guarding and the purity of the bal- The University of Berlin has a etu- "WelJ." replied George wearily "I'm any case of Chills & Fever, C.

.Jil'k p:} :The, .success of this ationtfm' by prohibiting candidates excessive expenditures dent population of 9,800, which is approxlmaielT not worthy to be your husband so & LaGripbe;; It acts on t e i

k b.. t. ,, inst typhoid has been,remarkable.. ,Starke, .Florida AND "'WHEREAS; the, three times as.,large as 'we're Just about evenly matched better than Calomel and does
", provisions enrilimeat at Tale.
'. '''' \ Philadelphia
Th : Pre
1 ''- "" a.. gripe or'isken. Price J
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If.tin report.it,tnte?ud,U cut:be;.crop, oa. .the_ _, at about .I I, ;: : ; : .. "'
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that.they"have,the.right ,man, the: same point in growth.. ,Barring any ':iJ'-' ,Jj'f" .._ :
Of !! .
r N-gws-; severest punishment should be.dealt calamity to;the crop ,such..as honey.dew -I

: LIVE STATE; [out. to the .guilty party. ,Not that lice and blight, and given good When Yoii Wknt ,

'we consider an Indian's life so valuable growing weather, such as, we have, .1

--that is, any more valuable than bad for,two weeks, this section will ". '"

4 another's but owing to circumstances -, all begin to load at once. With an t
.. 'I }
Things That,Are Happening> In Florida as Told which surround the Indians of this acreage estimated at' 27,000 this A Horse A Mule <

section, and especially when they are .means very heavy shipping and rea- > $

f By Oar Exchanges. such a peaceable lot There' is a like sonable prices for the state, and we 't

lihood, however, that the governmentwill hope a healthy, market in the north.

'\ take a hand in the prosecutionof -Frank H.Johnson, the WatermelonMan. :' A Buggy A Wagon i

the case; so that there is not much' .
stumpage rights over a large tract of "
'are out the thirty
Programs for danger of the culprit escaping the
first annual commencement of John land in Montbrook section, Levy coun- punishment he deserves.-Ft Myers Some twenty years ago'there wasa ,

'B. Stetson University The exercises ty. The property.is known as the Press man living at Lady'' Lake in' Lake : !
A Set'of Harness
1 ,begin Friday evening, May 22, CoL Charles Byrne tract, and is heavily I!!, county who was regarded by his ."-

'lasting'through Tuesday, the 26th. timbered with hickory,-white oak, Information has been received hereof neighbors as being extremely poor in *s

Many will graduate from this famous ash and other woods. It has been ;.the death at St. Luke's Hospital in worldly possessions. He and his family -

institution. owned for some years by John F. Jacksonville of Mr. Cornelius A. Rain, finding it for some reason or other Come to .See Us

McNair of North Carolina who is ex- a much esteemed citizen of the Arch very hard to make a living at Lady ;

Thomas J.: Peters, known as Flor tensively interested in ,Florida lands. er-section. He died Friday morningat Lake,:decided to remove to the East }'

ida's tomato king, is now engaged in The tarpon season has formally 9. o'clock., Mr. Rain was a Confederate -I',Coast It is said they took all their We buy in.car lots and give our customers -

shipping his crop.of tomatoes< which opened, the first fish that ,has been veteran and went to Jack-' possessions with them in a onehorse the benefit of the lowest prices.
to' He has I! 9
amount 262,000 crates. the and traveled through the coun-
caught in this section this year hav- sonville early in week to attend wagon

300 men and women employed picking been landed last night in Johns the reunion. On Thursday he was try. They were too poor to pay rail-

and packing the crop and his pay ing stricken with the road fare. They located in Dade
Rosa Clingan, a fishing guide upon V
roll is $5,000 a week. who pass by lives at Mitchell's beach The street,, and grew worse gradually.!1 I!I county in the neighborhood of Miami J.LI W. ANDREWS & iSDN 5tLI
How started in business
Governor Trammell has offered a 'fish weighed 60 1-2 pounds, and'was He was seve t-three years of age they got we i
I and was an honored member of do not know, but start they did, and
reward of $100 for the arrest and landed after a fight lasting twenty
Stonewall No. 1438 U. C. V !i now we read in' the dispatches that
Camp, ,
conviction of guilty of violat-! minutes. The fish was brought to St. t
anyone t of this city: he was rarely absent from i the head of the family, Thomas J.
of chapter 6470 of Petersburg where hundreds peoplesaw
ing provisions
of the The service! Peters, is now engaged in shippinga Starke Floridafidence
the Laws of the State of Florida the it. This is early for tarpon to camp. :
I ;
of tomatoes which amounts to
Mr. Rain rendered the Confederacywas crop
same being an act limiting and regu- be caught and the tarpon fishermanhad
with the Seventh Florida Regiment 200,000 crates, for which he is re-
campaign of candi to be shown before they would
lating expenses
believe that one had been landed.-St. He was the father of eight ceiving $2, per crate f. o. b. He has
I Petersburg Independet children, all of whom are living. The 300 men and women employed pick- -

A new industry which has just remains were sent to his late home ing and packing his crop and his payroll in buying a home in rural TREASURER'S REPORT 'J

started in Tampa is the Tampa Coffee -I A large number of Union Veteransare 'near Archer Saturday afternoon, and!i is $5,000 a week. His tomato Florida. ..

, Mills, located at 1010 \Tampa citizens of Florida and the number -(the funeral and interment will prob- I farm comprises 460 acres, but he owns The soils of Florida are varied beyond General Find

street. This firm will supply the ho-I increases every year. Just how ably take place today.-Gainesville considerably more land than that and those of any other state in the April 1. By amt. overdraft 52.71 .

tels, cafes, restaurants, stores, many there are we have no means of Sun. he also has a big truck farm in Cuba. Union, we believe. That is, the April Knott 1.Tax To amt.Reept.ree.. W. V. 3.25 !;

etc., with freshly roasted coffee oft ,knowing, but the commissioner of pen He has one or two sons who are associated changes from one kind of soil to an April 11 To amt rec. W. V.
ecnviets 183.55April
the best quality. It has already started sions in a speech at the G. A. R., state Mrs. J. W. Foster of Pine Grove i with him in his big opera- other are sudden and occur within Knott 30 Vt To hire amt state ree. B. M. .

Y work. encampment at St. Cloud last week,I was in the city Saturday. The lady tions and they are all experts in their smaller areas than elsewhere. Thus April Dowling 30 By rapt amt No paid 3ft cat. 1103.17 665.40

stated that .in 1913 the large sum of J yet feels the effects of fright she en- line of business. They now; rank as the writer has a tract of less than April SO By amt to balance 672.88 .

z While on a two week's fishing expedition $1,080,000 was paid out to federal countered one day last week, when millionaires. What they have done eight acres on which five distinct 1290.97" 1290.97

R among the Keys, E. J. de- pensioners in Florida. .The blue and she learned that her youngest son, a has been accomplished within a periodof kinds of soil can be seen A Florida ,

Lendrede,. of Fargo, N. D., recently ,the gray meet on perfectly friendly babe of one year, had been playing seventeen years and it serves to farmer having an acre or so on his To ,amt Fine on hand and Forfeiters Said(72.86

caught a fifteen-foot sawfish on a terms without effusiveness in this with a huge ground rattler. The show the success that may be won farm which will not produce a crop April 1 To amt on band 22.85 '
April 1 To amt rec. W V.
twelve thread line, with bonefish state.and the pension money of the babe, with his brother and sister, was in Florida by men of industry, good he has tried on it has only to study Knott Tax reept 82

tackle. It took three hours' hard former:makes avery substantial ad- in the yard, which was clear of grass judgment, honesty and'perseverance.. that soil and experiment with it to April Knott 11 H To hire amt stale rec.convicts W.'V. 182.55.

work to bring the monster along side dition to the sum of our circulating or debris. The elder son told their -Punta Gorda Herald. discover something that it will pro- April 30 To amt ree. B.')I. '_- s
where it could be killed. The fish Dowling recpt No 30 271.16 *.
News. sister that the b2.by'"had snake
medium.-Sebring a '
1 I I duce abundantly at that. He need April 80 to amt ree. S. B. ;.-' r
had a saw three feet long. and inquired: "Must I cut it in two?' fffffff ffffffffff not be disheartened. Let him but try Denmark reept. No 19*' 20.00 '> T,
left Jackson- S. B. .
Sixty-eight negroes April 30 To amt rec. ;
Gainesville, Fla., May 8.Another receiving an affirmative answer, the + f again until he finds the crop to which Denmark reept No 104 18.00 V 4
ville for yesterday,
April 30 To amt ree. 3. B"V
heavy bail and wind storm swept the en route from Live Oak, where the little fellow severed the reptile, which I. NO POOR SOIL \ f that particular sort of soil is adapt- Denmark reept No 10S 3.00 ;;;'
I was three feet in length, with a hoe. ff April 30 To amt lee S. B. ,
of Alachua
extreme western ,
part colony warorganized. After possiblytwo ed.We Denmark reept No. 106 7.00 7
county May 1. There was consider- or three generations in the United The mother was then notified, and f fttf ffftffft are learning things about our April 30 To amt. rec. S. B.
she all but when she Denmark reept No..107 6.00
was prostrated '
in Florida but
soil here of
none us
able damage to the growing crops. States, they are going back like the Such the statement made by April SO To amt rec. S. B.
In some fields the watermelon vines I viewed the situation. How long the know it all yet At one time the land Denmark reept No 1C8 20.00 *
children of Israel in olden times, to infant had been caressing the rattler an expert at the Farmers' rally. at April 30 To amt rec. S. B. .
in the belt could
were injured and in some cases the I the land of their forefathers, where potato at Hastings Denmark rapt No. 109 2.00
Palatka the 6th inst. by
is not known, but all are elated that on an ex- have been bought for the taxes and April 30 To amt ree. a. B.
entire out. It is
being wiped
crop they expect to settle. Many of the harmed.-Gaines- pert in soils. We are told that the Denmark rapt No .110 20.00.
the child not
estimated that the crops were dam- colored people in the party are quite was some accounted it dear at that price April 30 To amt ree.; S. B.
Audience surprised believe
ville. Sun. was we Denmark rapt No.: 111 6.00
aged on 300 acres on what is known well off. All of them have sold out that statement will surprise'many oth- But one" day a man of brains who had April 30 To amt ree., S. B.
the Lottieville and Wilcox belt. money to invest in experiment boughtsome Denmark ree. No. 112 6.00
.as their lands and possessions, and thereis Two record siped beets were brougt ers, but it is made by one who has April 30 By error in March
of it and drained it and
said to be a total of some $25,000in to the by J. E. Lee a been investigating and has the proved report 42.09 '
A silver puffer, an old member of I city today that it was the best kind of farming April 30 By amt paid out 449.01 -

toadfish family, was caught by 0. the crowd, mostly carried in the trucker living on the Lem Turner knowledge requisite to give his words land. "I'd hate to own any of that April 30 to balance 94JT

formof drafts. Thirteen of the crowdare Road the Brentwood properties.Mr. weight. We quote from our accountof
J. Vickers last week, and is on displayat near land and have to pay taxes on it," (85.38 685.38.
chi1dren.-Jacksonville Metropolis. Lee stated that he had under cul- that rally
the Art and Gift Shop, where it :
was often said of the territory sur- April 30 to amt on hand 94.37
was mounted by Mr. Dentt This tivation but four acres and that he "Prof. Charles N. Mooney of the Red and Brides 1'....
Sanford in the desolate -
years .
April 1 to amt on hand 2270.80
specimen, the first: ever caught in Fernindina-Damage amounting to was able to make a comfortable liv- United States bureau of soil survey immediately following the freeze of April 1 To amt ree. >V. V. 10
each He went the land and chief of the engagedin Knott tax rapt 8.91
these waters, would weigh about six ing year., on corps now
between fifteen and twenty thousand 1895. But some persons were not April 30 amt ree. R IM,
pounds and is about twenty inches : dollards resulted from a fire which he is now farming in 1910 when it making, soil survey of Putnam afraid to undertake its cultivation, Dowling mept No. jC. 1 2982.86
woods. Since that time he has waS the first speaker He April 10 To amt lee S.; B.
long. When caught it had reached was a county
I originated on the Tennessee dock of i and today for seme of the land a Denmark reept No '203, 189.00
cleared off the timber and raised surprised his audience by declaring April SO In Kafch '
remarpable size, blowing itself up error
i the Cumberland Route Steamship Co. thousand dollars an acre is refused.
reept to F. and F. %ind 42.00
about as big as a half busheLSaraIota The office'and warehouse of the crops continuously. Mr. Lee stated that there was no poor soil in Flori- r With every acre capable of producing April 80 By amt paid fcut SUITS

Times.It il this morning that he could not say da, as anywhere else. The white April 30 By amt to balance 1154.82
steam ship company were completely I something, and a successionof
how he raised each sand which could i '
many crops over anyone passa I (493.57 64SJJ7
destroyed by the blaze and adjoining crops possible the year through,
being predicted by some that grow-I
because of the fact he had stuff handkerchief without soiling was !
I property was severely damaged. The I. and its superb climate, Florida shouldbe April 30 to amt on band J1J4.82
at the next of the Legislature
all of the time. He raises producing the finest pineapples on
ing every-
fish house of the Florida Sea Food the Paradise of the small farmer.
application will be made for the for April 1 To amt on-Und! 82,05 .
that be truck- the American market. It merelya
I thing on a was
grown 1 To
and April amt W. V. >
Company the cold storage and -TimesUnion.Shakespeare's. ree ; -
mation of a number of new countiesin farm such as beets, corn, turnips, car- matter of knowing what to plant Knott tax reept .' ', LSJ '
the state. Among the county di- refrigerator, plant.suffered more ,or April SO To amt ret B. IL
less. One of the Salvadore fish rots, beans, potatoes, sweet potatoes, and the soil would produce somethingin Dowling rapt No' 80; 42.83
vision projects that have already been etc. The two large beets he broughtto a most bountiful way." Descendants. April SO By amt paid out 2(3.68
houses was also destroyed Besides his first child. SustansShakespeare April 30 By amt to balance. CZ2.SS .
wants to
named Newberry separate I I the office of The Florida Metropolis It means much for the agricultural ,
For a time it was believed that the s only other children wen 1 .
from Alachua and become the I 88101 186.11Apra
county I adjoining dock," on which is located I this morning were of an extra development of Florida, that an a boy and n girl twiny, born in 1SSusanna : J '
county seat of a new county Red- large size. One of them weighed 12 expert of the United' States department married a"'Dr. Hall a Stratford SO To amt on'bad '622.51
the custom house several fish houses
DraU&r Fan
lands, a recently incorporated town, 1-2 pounds and measured 25 1-2 inches of agriculture actually engagedin I physician In !IiIj. was left a April 1 To amt ont}hand 254.73
and boat house would be consumedby
wants to take part of Dade and Mon- a around.-Florida Metropolis.The a soil survey in' the state should widow in 1035 and died in 1040.: She April 30 To amt ret BJ: )(.
the blaze.-Florida Metropolis. Dowling No Ul 1028.40
roe counties and form Redland coun- make this statement If there is no had only one child a daughter, who. April SO by amt paid out 704.25

ty.. state shell fish boatifiyerdale, though twice married, left no children.Of April :30 To balance T8.88
Marvin, the son of Mr. W. P. Mol- soil in Florida so poor it will not produce
of has arrived hre with the twins the boy named Harnnet. a :
Word to the News of loy, had quite a contest with an enor- Apalachicola, a crop of some sort if the own- 1283.13 12S3.1S
comes a big shellfish Commissioner T. R. Hodgeson died at the age of eleven and the girl. April 30 To amt on bnl. 578.88 '
rattle snake The will but find out to which it is
cattle deal at Florahome this week mous recently. er and TaW Sob District '
Judith married Thomas Quincy
A. Howze of
board and Mr. Jas. April 1 To amt hand 28607.59
wherein R. L. Smith, the cattle king young man was riding a mule, when for the particularly adapted, and if from 'had three sons who all died childless. April 80 To amt on lee B. M.

of the Fruitland peninsular Wednesday the beast was attacked by the snake. Palmetto, special engineer three to five crops can be raised in Dowling reept No.16 1985.
commission. Mr. Hodges has been in April 30 by: amt paid mt 17S.4T 3l
The under the of our be- :
sudden fright of the mule jerkedthe a injuence
purchased several hundred year This la a Fact"When April 30 To amt to balance' 3041117
head of cattle on the Florahome rangeof young man to the ground rightin the waters of Hillsboro, Manatee and nign climate which allows of agri- a man loves a girl In a novel i
the two 10589.84 10689.11I
W. R. Revells of.-that place. Mr. the presence of his snakeship who Pinellas counties for past cultural operations every day of the he raves about her through forty chap-I .

Smith it is understood, will leave his renewed the attack. The fangs of weeks, inspecting the oyster and clam year, the fact has to be but generally ters. In real life he never mentionsher I I I April SO To amt General on baS Schjjol Find S041L27
and out water "
newly purchased cattle this the reptile were, buried in the pant industry surveying known to turn the attention of manya name. April 1 To amt on hand) as.9."
range. bottoms for the cultivation of oystersand "What's the appllcationr April 1 To amt.-. re e. W. V.
in other to the
legs of the man before he farmer states great
Mr. Smith has young
of cattle
tax 11.34
on recpt
farms have that realism in a love story
reallyapprehended his danger. But clams. Large oyster opportunities that await him here. April 27 To amt net W.,V. .
the Haw Creek and is
ranges, probably been located here, one farm covering is not possible. -St Louis Republic. Knott one mill tax r' 969.SO
the most extensive cattle owner quickly recovering he despatched the Furthermore, the assurance that all April 80 To amt 'ree. B; M. ,
in Putnam News. monster, which measured six feet 400 acres, leased by Messrs. Haley &: the soil of the state is araptable to Its Kind. Dowling wept No.' S0 424L87'
county.-Palatka Clearwater. The waters of April SO by: amt paid cot U2&25April +r
I and eleven inches in length. He at Haley, crops of some sort will inspire con- "Why do you call that piano manu 20 to. balance 70IJ.S9

On the 12th inst., J. E. Merchant, first thought he had been bitten, buta old Tampa bay are especially adapted facturer's business an Infant Indus 'r- -8571-55
I 8571.0Apra
of this city, will leave for Medna hasty search greatly relieved him. to the successful growth of oys- try r i'

Ohio with a carload of bees for Paul Sauls stuged and preserved the ,ters and Booth's Point and Rocky SERIOUS ERROR IN STARKE "Because be manufactures baby SO To amt on |i 4n4 7043.30

,Messrs. Root. There will be over 300 skin of the snake. Tallahassee True Point have in the past yielded a vast Starke Citizens Will Do Well to Prof. grand piaaos."-Baltimore American. NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS >

colonies in this ,shipment, and they Democrat number of barrels every year but were Hereby notice is Jivui to all creditors

must be fed and watered enroute. entirely cleaned up before' the passageof it by the Following. Wisdom Is the talent of buying virtuous having legatees any and: claim distributee: or Demand! and ,all against persons the

Between the 22nd and June 1st the "Night Rider" galloped into Tam- the present oyster law. Mr. Hodg pleasurES at the cheapest rate.Fielding. .- state of W. H. BJvett. {deceased, late of the
fatal of disease
Many cases
Town of Starke County of Bradford. Stateof
pa yesterday and made its first public that hundreds of oyster farms
remaining stock that has spent the es says have reached an incurable stage because Florida to present *nand, all such claim
winter on the Apalachicola river appearance and seems to have met will be located in these waters duringthe or demands to the undersigned executor within -
consisting the patient did not understandthe NOTICE OF ELECTIONBy two yean, the time freseribed by law. or
t of three carloads or 1,000 colonies with the approval of lovers of the coming season as many applica- symptoms. ;Even today in Starke : thexpower vested in the Board of Public this notice win be pleadt in bar thereof.!
," will be shipped to Medina Mr. "jimmy pipes" for "Night Rider" is tions are already on file for locationsin Instruction by: the school laws of Florida THIS THE 8TH DA1' OF MAY. 1911;
there are many residents making the elections are hereby ordered held on the 6th J E. FUTCH a
Marchant expects to return, to Apalachicola a new brand of smoking tobacco, nota Tampa bay, Old Tampa bay and serious attribute day of Jane 1914 at the following place for Executor of the t..t 'Will and Testament of c
same error. the election of three trustees and to determinethe W. H. Rivers, deceased,
Kentucky outlaw. And with the Hillsboro bay.-Pensacola Journal
January 1st, 1915-Apalachicola their mysterious aches and pains to amount of millage to pe assessed: May 8-8t j
Times. coming of the tobacco into Tampa it Guilford establishing district and electing ,
may be said that it means that another Jacksonville, Fbu, May 2.-1 have overwork, or worry, perhaps, when trustee, inspectors .H. H. Williams. James MAYORS PROCLAMATION

One tomato ,down below Mi- has spent the past two weeks canvassingthe all the time their rheumatic pains, Pearee. C. C. Dubberly, one of the three .to I. E, E. Canova. Mayor of the Town of
grower page been added to the historyof act u clerk. Starke. by virtue of the authority vested fame
,ami, is cleaing up-a half million dollan Tampa's greatest industry. The watermellon section of Florida backache and bladder irregularitiesare Starke inspectors Smith Crews. Joe Andrews by law, do hereby call an election to be V
weak Jr. I.. V. Moore one to act u clerk. held in'the aforesaid wot"s
due and town
to by
down all most probably : qualified
from inspecting
from his crop this season. He first pipe tobacco factory in Florida Leesburg Long Bridge inspectors J. E. Adkins B. en therein on Friday the 29tb Day .f May: .
\ baa 400 acres in cultivation. This is has been started in operation. It is crops at the following points: Lake- ailing kidneys. If you are ill, if your F.Little Benfroe.Springs S. C. Crews inspectors, one to W.act D.u Dukes clerk. lowing 1914. for officer the JIGI'JIOIEi of nominating the fol ,

: some money for one grower. Jt tells known as 'the Tampa Tobacco Com land, Bartow, Ft., Meade, Bowling kidneys are out of order, profit by Wiley Williams S. W. DoBose. one to act One Alderman: to JfU! the mexpired term

what Green Wauchula, Arcadia, Ft. Ogden this Starke resident's experience. u clerk of E. P. Duncan reigned. ,
: Florida
land will do for a man. pany and is owned by Hafford Jones, I Brook's, G. B. Groover T. L. Chancy D. G. In testimony: wherdvf. I hereunto subscribe
A .smaller acreage in this vegetable secretary of the Tampa Merchants' and some points on the islandsin Mrs. J. D. Hurst, Starke, Fht, says: Blame one to act u clerk. twedhere cause the seal of the said town
r usually I the Gulf'of Mexico. From this inspection "My back was very weak and lame Pine Hill. inspectors A. B. Sorreney G. affix1*, this the 6TH day of
r pays more proportionately. Association. "Night Rider" will be W. Hasen. F. L. Cobon. one to act u clerk. May 1914. a
The tomato is not the only money- the only my belief is that there cannot and I often found it hard to do my Vanderbilt inspectors F. M. Norman. 1. G. E.f CANOVA. JIQor V
brand.of tobacco which the I Crews, L. L. Sapp, one to act u elery. Attest: ;
making vegetable crop. There are company will manufacture.-Tampa possibly be any melons shipped I housework. When I stooped I could New River, inspectors S. B. Colson D. W. C. A. FUTOl Clerk.A .
the beans Irish before May 25 to June 1, and then.iardly straighten up. I was urgedto Kelly: W. H. Green one to act u clerk.
potatoes celery Tribune
peppers: I Pine Grove inspeeton R. D. Griffis, J.GrTv PETITION.
letttce, cucumbers, etc, all mon- only a very ,few cars until after the try Doan's Kidney Pills,and I did G. M. Patch on to act u clerk.' Graham Fla. May 4 1914
ey leaking Tti* ?p""yofJ tnt JnV.1 Avhlo.A crops.-Volusia County "sinwrfcht W. E. Davis act
one to u struction. We the undersigned patrons of a:.
':i. Record. alleged murderer of DeSoto rI'igeryoung month I look for loading to be general took! this remedy as they straightened clerk, raham Sib District No. 11 petition you

:'' ,> Seminole who was killed in in all this section as the crops in my back and the pains went away"Price "fvi.iwton'. W. W..Roberts D.one B. Bro""in1f.to act U clerk.G. W.NicVks. nee lonoraMe to tale resri ia 'extend Sections I our:. 1C boundary 11. 18

; A Gainesville dispatch says: An the Everglades something over two all this section are practically the 50c at all dealers. Don't LaVe Rut er.' Snsnc'tors T. C. Flctebtr, T 2. F'J tad ""* Pci i C1'' 4J>as 14. W und 21
extensive >?. Regster, M. H. Karkey.: one to act a. :U In Tp 7 sot:: S. il n
I timber deal, was consummated years ago and his store of skins taken same asre. The earliest crops were simply ask for a kidney remedy get clerk. C..." "-,,'-rli. rVfW Fo3. T>. Da1-**. ..

'.!.;; here this week, when E. L. and has been captured by Thomas E. held back by unfavorably cool weather Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that PdPn. innnerton J. D. Harden T Jit. ; ..'...'C'vii.'!, ,z,,-... yy.,1I_ r.n >bI c'
;r.J: W. H. Sl akr, .one to .'e :.? e kr' -"r- f.. r.. D
Sfc. J.
:.; ', G. Ray Brown composing the Brown Brents, a secret service officer, who and the first setting on of melons Mrs. Hurst had. Foster- Iiburn Co., F. n -. I :>. '\Ia.;':" ; T, W.f ali L .

.Ct. ". .,: "t -1 .Bros. Hardwood Company, secured r came from the West for-that purpose. 'was lost by heavy rains. So now the Props, Buffalo, N. Y. Kay: 8-5L Secretary and SapL "&:huals. May 8-4. ;; G. S'bt;I:.- ",-
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'I bsjoc fttget R.-11eldlug JOB do b sot, lost, though right to say a rude thing to another i Clerk Circuit Coast c Bradford County LkriVtaremr iarv; *.*........ '
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i < .. area great many m We' kin we'find rind
oi : keel tai bmxta.' will bs pri te4 under this On after Sunday,_ April 12, :+j jIIIIIIIIIMI .t
r' 1 tJ have business burcI nL When we see them if possible.. The I pistol h the uniform pries of tvt dollars *

1 F :'Lecal .ani: ;L0g Distance 'PnenePabUahe a-man worried and perplexed and annoyed 1 toter is more common and equally as motor 1914,.trainawill'run u follows: + +tll 11 i III.. ;
L Naniei .4/' in business life; we are apt to uncertain. and deadly as the''rattler. No. 3, Jacksonville to Tampa., due .- Baptist- 'r

\ have ]He should be stamped out; If he FOB CONSTABLE r at'Starts 11:02 '
\' say "He ought not to attempted r hereby announce myself u a candidate a.m. Rev. C. H. Britten, pastor. Sun

j .< to carry so. much. Ah,'that man won't listen to reason then let him for the office of Constable for district No. 'to school 9:45 a. m.:
No. 1 Jacksonville due day Morning
..4i .' weekly, aid. altered uE' .. (Starke) subject to the action of the don- Tampa, ier,t.
'f ecwd dan Batter at the pMt.... mar.pot..be .to blame at all When a ]prepare take the punishment thatis olratie primary eelction in June sal respectfully at Starke 11:14 pjn. vice, 11 o'clock; evening service, :fjjl
.: solicit the of the oftile
man plans a business; he does not i becoming+ more and more the ,rule support voters o'dock. Vliton'cordially *
invited to
at Starke Fiends ,district No. 15 Jacksonville to Cedar f i
r know what will be its branches. There jn the courts these days. It is a B. 'I., SAPP. Key, worship with u.*. ."

is many a man with keen foresight i mercy to the innocent ones of his own due at Starke 3:12 pan. .. -
I' E. s. Mattkewa* Editor and Owner and large'' business faculty who has J family, to pull the claws of the gun TAX COLLECTOR No. 4,. Tampa to Jacksonville due >Q

;jf4 .. .. .F..E. Bebhine ___ Aa-edate Editor, .' I hereby &IIIIOIIMe that I am a candidate ,Rev E. A ,Sherrod 'rector. Ser;'
been flung into the dust by unforseen man. for re-election to tile office of Tax Collector at Starke, 3:49 pjn.

and BoaiaeM Manager circumstances springing upon him If the eourts:would make it a rule for Bradford county.'ud solicit the Totes of No., 2, Tampa to Jacksonville, due vices first SOL lay in every month.
If.' all Democratic electors. I promise, if elected,
f- from ambush. When to buy, when to to deal more firmly with the offenders to discharge, the duties of the office faithfully. at, Starke, '4:54 ajn. > Christian. '

; Starke.. Florida. Friday. ,May 'IS. 1914 sell, when to trust and to what amountof of this class, and not devote so B. M. DOWLING. No. 14, Cedar Key to Jacksonville, i 1 Rev. Ernest House pastor. Services "

f! credit what-win be the effect of much time and severity to cases of due at Starke 7:45 ajn. morning and night of each second
.+ Money is an awful thing not"Reading to this new invention of machinery, what less importance, the world would be FOB TAX COLLECTOR and fourth Sunday of the month.
I am a candidate for the office of Tax Collector Starke and Wannee Brach.
have. K will be the effect of that loss of crop at least a safer place to live in. of Bradford County. Florida, and respectfully T

-- and a thousand other,questions perplex If there is one detestable evil which solicit the support of the voters at No: 101 leaves Starke 6:45 a.m. Presbyterian. _
the primary election on the 2nd day of Jane, ;
maketh a full man. So business men until the hair is stands out more prominently as a 114. If elected I promise faithful and efficient No. 104 arrives at Starke 2:45 p.m. No regular pastor.. Sunday school.- t.

doet drinking. silvered and deep wrinkles are plowedin menace to our county, it is the habitual of aU service citizens with and doe tax regard payers.to the welfare Seaboard Limited Trains 9 and 10 atlOa.m.

Mean men are-sometimes men of the cheek and the stocks go up by pistol toter. He is more dangerous Respectfully, a W. ALDERMAN I No. 9,.Jacksonville to Tampa, das Methodist. J

mountains and down by valleys and than the rattlesnake, more to be at Starke 12:51 Rev. B. T. Rape, pastor. Sunday' r
but not pan. :
means, always.Adam they are at their wits' ends and stag- dreaded than other kind of cow- FOR COUNTY TREASURER.I school at 9:45. m. Morning set- 1
ard and should be in chain hereby announce myself a candidate for No. 10, Tampa to Jacksonville, due vice, at 11 o'clock; evening service '-,'-
; was asleep wbe Eve arrived, ger like drunken men. put a gang the democratic nomination for the office of at Starke 6:10 7:30 o'clock. Visitors
until he to be treasurer of Bradford eounty. Florida p.m. cordially hvvited
There never has been a time when promises never guilty county
but he soon woke up. subject to the action of the white democratic T. J. GRIFFIN, Agent. to ';.
I there have been such rivalries in business of the habit again.-Exchange. voters at the next primary election. I solicit attendk

A man can get stung nowadayswithout i as now. It is hardware against th* support of every voter of the county and -
chandlery Man in the creature of interest and promise you faithful service if elected. 1-.":: .
keeping bees. hardware, books against books I T. F. RIVERS.

against chandlery, imported ar- ambition. His nature leads him forth .

; The high cost of living is caused ticle against. imported "article. A into the struggle and bustle of the FOR COUNTY TREASURER.I !

; chiefly by the high 'ideas.' thousand stores in combat with an- world. Love is but the embellishmentof hereby' announce that I am a candidate fLAN
for nomination for the office of county treasurer
a c. other thousand storeS Never such early life or a song pipedin of Bradford county subject to the actionof

The simplified spelling board should advantage of light never such varietyof the intervals of the acts. He seeks the democratic voters at the next primary
election. I solicit the support of all the
: get busy on Mexican names. for fame and fortune, for in the
assortment never so much splendorof democratic electors in the county and promise.if .
.world's thought and dominion over elected to discharge the duties of the olftcefaithfullJ'
show window much
and always never so .
Old people are cranky' are his
in wrinkles. adroitness of salesmen never so much fellowmen. But. a woman'whole W. W. ROBERTS.
indulging new life is a history of her affections. The
acuteness of advertising, and amid all

The trouble will soon be over in these' severities of rivalry in business heart is her world; it is there that FOR COUNTY TREASURERI /
her ambition strives for hereby announce myself for the office of
Florida for the winning candidates. how many men break down. empire; it is County Treasurer and solicit the votes of the A/hL
there her avarice seeks for hidden : Democrats at the coming primary. If elected
I to discharge duty.
promise faithfully my
There are more disease germs to treasures. She sends forth her spm- J. M. BROWNLEE.

fight at Vera Cruz than Mexicans. NEWSPAPER DON'TSDon't pathies'on adventure; she embarks

take your home paper. It is her whole soul in the traffic of agec- FOR COUNTY TREASURERI

'It is the little things that make the most active and powerful factor I tions; and if. shipwrecked, her case the office hereby of anounce County myself Treasurer a candidate of Bradford dor ;I 1 /9F1 j'i

life worth living not the great events. in building up your town and to support is hopeless, for in it is the bankruptcy County, and respectfully solicit the supportof
1 it would involve you in the work. the voters of Bradford county and promise
of the heart
-Washington Irving if elected to faithfully discharge the duties of
At the age of six her name is May; Don't pay for it if you take i it .- the office.

at sixteen Mae; at twenty-six. Ma. Newspapers are run on wind, and the Man was made to love protect and C. W. HAZEN

: editor wouldn't keep the money any cherish not to undervalue, neglector

South Carolina has redeemed her- way. He'd most likely pay it on his abuse women. Treated, educated I hereby FOR announce COUNTY myself TREASURER a candidate for.

: self by repudiating Blease and all his bills.,, I I and esteemed as she merits she risesin the office of County Treasurer and solicit the. i
support of the Democratic voters at the coming
works. Don't fail to tell the editor how to dignity and becomes the refiner primary..
J run the paper. He has nothing to and imparts a milder softer tone to J.VERNON JONES

Poor old Diaz can't save his coup do but listen and No
to keep his temper man. community has ever exhibited :
try. It was all he could do to save II' FOR COUNTY TREASURER :
r sweet. I I refinements of civilization and I hereby announce myself u a candidate
himself. Don't social where for County Treasurer of Bradford County
; put your name to what youwant order women were heldin
I subject to the action of the June primary)
: : published. It's the editor'sbusiness contempt and their rights not properly election and solicit the votes of all Democratic I 1
for chickens
are good things -
electors. If elected. I will faithfully dischargethe
s I but chickens are not good thingsfor to espouse unpopular causes respected and preserved. Degrade duties of the office. You bank
mail if
3 a garden. and take your chestnut out of the woman and you degrade man 0. B. GORDON. can by ,

fire. What hurts your business might more. She is the fluid of the ther
Science says that the only good also hurt his-but that's different. mometer of society placed there b I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor wish

- flies are dead flies.: Are you helpingto Don't notify the editor when you the hand of the Creator. Many may ford the county office: subject of county to treasurer the action of of Brad the- you just as easily

1 :; make good flies? change your postoffice address. He injure the instrument, but can neither Democratic primary election in June and

may lose track of you and you'will 1 destroy or provide a substitute for promise if elected to discharge the duties
of the office faithfully and to the best of my and
Uncle Sam should buy some of the escape paying the last two or three the mercy. ability. safely as you can in ;

brand of liquor that Huerta dritksfor years of your subscription.Don't E. L. ODOM. !t

American diplomats. forget to write on both sidesof Look en the bright side. It is the FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI !

the paper. The printers might right side. The hour may be cheer hereby announce myself u a candidate for person. : ;
The river has been less and somber the office of County Commisioner for District
on a forget how to swear. with clouds, but i it
No. 2 (Lake Butler) before the Democratic
rampage. The natives are to slow to Don't write your communications will be no better to wear a gloomy Primary in June. I believe in lower tax mil I

a start anything,'so it was up to the legibly. Deciphering them keeps the and sad countenance. It is the sunshine will tape! endeavor and careful to have management the county and put if on elected cash Even a dollar will \ I

:: river. editor busy and he is able to makean and not the clouds that makesthe basis and discharge all my R.duties J'.ANDREWS faithfully. open an account.

I occasional blunder which pro flowers. The sky is blue twice Write us today for full particulars.
The stranger who is excessively) where it is black You have
motes good feeling all around.Don't once. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI ,
polite and calls you brother has an troubles-so have others. None hereby announce myself as a candidate fomeleetion 7:
imagine that the are
newspaperman to the office of County Commissioner
axe to grind and wants you to turn has anything to do. Newspapers: free from them. That would be a from District No. 3 and solicit the support ,
.the grindstone. I! of all the Democratic electors in the
.. I print themselves and the ravens feed I dull sea and the sailors would neverget county.
I skill were there nothing to disturb S. T. DOWLING.
the Bradford
A man who will howl about paying i printers. its surface. There is more virtue County ;.Bankf

,+ a nickel for a good apple is willing to I COUNTY COMMISSIONERI
in sunbeam than in
a candidate for
,a I hereby announce myself u a :
l t loose of 15 cents for drink : MOTHER.
H < a of the office of County Commissioner to represent Established "
hemisphere of cloud' and '
\ gloom.
District No. 4. and respectfully solicit the .,
lurty-rod liquor. A mother is treasure
loving good
I I a N. T. Ritch Pres. W. T. Week
votes of all Democratic electors at the comingprimary Vice-Prea. J. H. Ritch, Cutter
I -- above all others of an earthly nature It is not a wise policy to put an election. If elected. I promise to fB
You have to be thankfulfor faithfully discharge duty. -"
something she feels sacrifice too my
as never any : old head on young shoulders. Childhood LACY J. UNDERBILL. .
if you do not have to serve as great anguish too keen .
any any is the time for childish pranksand
.k clerk of election incoming 1 '
or inspector the ,
shame dreadful fate
so any so overwhelmingly plays. .The girl will grow into COUNTY COMMISSIONERI '
primary. terrible to transcendthe hereby announce my candidacy for the IFOR
r as womanhood soon enough. Let thembe office of county eonrmissioner of. Bradford REPRESENTATIVE COUNTY COMMISSIONER
endurance or crush the power ofa children county to represent District No. 2, and I hereby anounce myself a candidate forreelection I hereby announce myself as a candidate i:::
The bluff of W. J. Burns, "the as : as they can. Give promise to serve the people faithfully if to the House of Representatives for for the office of county commissioner fromDistrict .
mother's love. 'Mrs. Wilson says, them Bradford County and solicit the support of the
world's detective calledIn plenty of fresh air and sunlightand elected. No. 4 (Starke) and respectfully solicit
greatest .was Democratic voters in the coming election and
and she "under J. B. CREWS. support of all democratic +
truly spoke that
an let them electors at the _
run and muchas if elected,
Atlanta and he didn't have'even romp as faithfully promise to discharge the June primary election. I
promise a faithful
:t' a pair of deuces. invincible inspiration, when danger they please. By all means, giveus duties encumbent upon me.A.. D. ANDREWS.FOR discharge of my duty if elected.W. .
threatens her darlings she knows A. BESSANT. '
v hearty, healthy, romping girls I hereby announce myself as candidate for: -
self disgrace, death affrights her not, rather than pale-faced little ladies the oce of county commissioner of Bradford .
Thirteen members of the crew of : : county from District No. 5, and respectfully REPRESENTATIVEI COUNTY COMMISSIONER
she extends her arm to arrest every condemned from their very cradle to solicit the support of all Democratic hereby announce my candidacy for the I hereby announce myself as a candidate
the ,burned steamer Franconia were approach, offers her own breast as a voters. If elected I shall do my full duty. office of Representative from Bradford County, for the office of county commissioner of
nervousness, headache, and similar D. W. PINHOLSTERCOUNTY Florida, subject to the will of the Democratic Bradford '
rescued. One more time when the c.ountfro-a district No. 1, subject
shield against darts bullets, swordthrusts ailments. electors in the June primary the support of to the action of the
primary election
number 13 proved lucky. whom I respectfully solicit, and I promise to in June, and '
and counts it a privilege to COMMISSIONER be faithful to the trust reposed in me should of the voters. respectfully solicit the support .

I lay down her life in defense of those Parents should never consider their I hereby announce myself a candidate for: I be elected. C. J. HANEY.
election to the office of countcommissioner JOE HILL WILLIAMS.FOR y
Rip Van Winkle woke up too soon. loved ones." 0, loyalty, supreme sublime obligations to their children discharged from District No. 3 (Lawtey and Raiford) -

If he had slept until the present'daybe immortal Thy name is mother'slove. when they have fed and clothed and solicit the support of all Democrat: REPRESENTATIVEI COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
electors of the county at the coming primary At the solicitation of friends I hereby announce .
would ,have .opened his eyes upon Her very existence is interwoven and housed and otherwise cared for election. hereby acnouace myself as a candidate myself a candidate for nomination for
for the office
representative from Bradford
E with her children their the little bodies. J. E. J. WAINRIGHT the office of County Commissioner District
something worth seeing. counselor They should provide county subject to the decision of the No. 4 (Starke), subject to the action of the
comforter and guide therefore food for their minds Democratic electors at the June primary and Democratic
; and ever COUNTY COMMISSIONER respectfully solicit the support of the voters. Primary. I stand for an economical

r' Boston women offering to we should highly prize and sacredlycherish keep the little lives clothed in the At the solicitation of my friends I am a If elected I shall represent Bradford county competent administration Road Superintendent of county to affairs do the and road a
are enlist to the best of
that valuable jewel, a good. I beautiful white robes of purity and candidate for the office of county commissioner my ability. work. I respectfully solicit your support -
in from District No.1. subject the M. J. SAPP.
as sharpshooters of to
case war
mother. This world is so dreary when sheltered by the strong true love of action of the June primary election. and if RespectfullyN.. D. GREEN.

with Mexico. New England has more we are bereft of mother, yet so few the parents' heart. elected promise a conscientious discharge of: FOR REPRESENTATIVETo
women to spare than meL appreciate her should for my the Democratic voters of Bradfordcounty
-". home without a mother? Teach your children to pursue some I hereby announce: myself; a candidate for for I member hereby announce of myself u a candidate "
honorable employment and a thousand COUNTY COMMISSIONERI nomination to the office of Representative at tion from the board of public instms.
The Alachua district No. .
Herald and the Santa the Democratic 1, and respectfully'
Primary to be held June 2nd.
(4 'i Fe Herald have been consolidated and Especially worthy of' remembranceat temptations depart; give them: for hereby the office announce of County myself: Commissioner as a Candida c! r I respectfully solicit the support of the Democratic solicit cratic primary the support election o&the in voters June.at the. demo

the pure and wholesome recreations and Bradford county! from District No. 6, subject voters at this primary and pledge L. W.
is called KICKLTTZR.
new The Florida
paper this time are words of Abraham to the action of the Democratic primary honest faithful service if chosen.
Herald This publication is a very pernicious ones lose their flavor; infuse election in June, and respectfully solicit the TRUMAN a FUTCH. .
neat and readable Lincoln concerning regard for law: into their hearts a love of home support of all Democratic elector NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE
paper. "Let every reverence of law be A. B. SURRENCY. Notice is hereby Riven
of family and friends, and they willno FOR REPRESENTATIVE three months to &" concerned that

breathed by every mother to the lisping j longer love the illusions which MEMBER SCHOOL BOARDI Friends announce F. P. Shaffer for Houseof our final returns after ae date executors hereof we of will the present state

Why don't somebody invent an illuminated babe that prattles on her lap1; let separate. them from them. hereby announce myself: u a candidate for support Representatives of ,the voters and in respectfully the June primary solicit the. of E. .L., deceased Livingston!!! late of Bradford county.

keyhole and a lock with it be taught in the schools seminaries member of Board of Public Instruction from Judge of Bradford County to the for
District No. 3, subject to the action our
of final
enough loadstone in it to draw a key and colleges; let it be written in A Punta Gorda widow, who says; coming primary, and solicit the support of tin aU SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION discharge. G. C.:

c. into the key hole, for the benefit of primers, spelling books and almanacs she is able to support a man in the Democratic electors. I the hereby announce myself as a candidatefor K. J.:LIVINGSTON.LIVINGSTON.
CHESLEY FOGC. office of supervisor of registration for Edeceas
unit gentlemen who remain out late at : let it be preached from pulpits style to which he has been accustomed Bradford county and respectfully solicit the d n of the Estate of E. L. LirinptDB,

night and proclaimed in legislative halls, is advertising for a husband. MEMBER SCHOOL BOARDI support primary of election.all Democratic electors at the June I Apr-24-tno

1 and enforced in justice; in short let Starke widows don't have to advertise of wish to announce my candidacy for member C. A. FUTCH.
Board of Public Instruction before the coming -
1y it become the political religion of the or offer any premiums to attract Democratic primary election from District DON'T HOLD CHECKS
: ,@ A New York man has outdared the nation. No. 2. and solicit the votes of all Democratic SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION, A goodly
most modish woman in the matter of men. electors. I hereby announce myself as a candidate number of people hold
N. H. STOKES. for the office of supervisor of registrationfor checks for several weeks after
dress. He appeared on Tenth avenuewearing PICNIC AT PROVIDENCEThere Bradford county subject to the decision of receive they
-4T-: 'How'.1bIs'W. the Democratic primary election in June, and them. This is .not a wise
nothing but a smile and a will be a picnic at Providence FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD respectfully solicit the support of the voters business practice.
derby hat. This was too daring even der One Hundred Dollar Reward May 23rd, Saturday before the 4th I wish to announce that I am 'a candidate te of the county.. Unless you are
for for number of the board of public instruction absolutely
any case of Catarrh that I : C A. KNIGHT. sure of the reliability of '
for New York and the men became cannot be cored by Hall' Catarrh, : Sunday Everybody is invited to for District No. 2, and I respectfully colic: the maker of
the support of the voters at the coming elec a check it should
the never .
subject of a lunacy inquest come and well :
Cora bring filled baskets.All tion. June 2. and promise if elected a faithful SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION'I be held and under
j I the candidates discharge of duty. hereby announcer myself u a candidate any circnmstane- -
7. 7. CHENEY CO. Toledo O. are especially invited my es it is the best
J. E. DOUGLASS. for supervisor of restration of Bradford business
We, the undera! aed, have county practice to
< known P. J. to attend to to'the '
Charles W. Post late of Battle Cheney for the last 15 yean and believe speak pea and respectfully solicit the support of the have your checks cashed j"i
the promptly
democratic electors at
Urn primary>
Creek, Mich., manufacturer of Postum transactions and financially la able all top business carry ple.There FOR 'f'AX ASSESSOR election.. after they are received Persons
-. out obligations will be cold drinks sold for To tte citizens of Bradford County-I H. C. PEEPLES. (
Grape Nuts and other health '( k any made by bis firm. < announce who still have checks
I1 I NATIONAL, BANS OP COMMERCE: the benefit of the Baptist church at myself a eaididate for the office of received during tfi.
+. foods U dead. Ill health caused him Assessor of Taxes. Assuring vrm of my very the strawberry shipping
> Toledo, 0. Providence. There will be also a b allreally great appreciation for the loyal support and COUNTY COMMISSIONERI season are
c to invited
commit suicide. His
\ ill health is Hair Catarrh Cure Is taken Irate game in the afternoon. confide. ** *o cheerfully given me in the past, hereby announce that I am a candidafor teof to bring' them to the Bank
easily accounted for. if he depended acting- directly upon the blood and mu Come one, i* '1"" ' them
: cous surfaces of the 87S Testimonials come all. serv'ees. if re-elected, I respectfully solicit I earnestly solcit the support of the voters get into action.
T r upon the products of his factories for t free. PrIce 'l5 Dyer botUe. Sold your votes in the primary election to be heldJune of the county at the coming primary election. BANK OF
: s regular diet D all DraaIatL I Committee-W. n. Shallor, L. F.Fralick Z. 1814. I June 2, and I pledge myself to a faithful STARKE
'L I'MlBaD..haDll'IDa' discharge of the duties of the if Starke
faeooatlpatfoo, J. J. Bielling. I Very respectfully. I oce elected. F1a.
N. D. WAINBICHT. 1. i. BLACKWELDEt Mar lt.lk- I

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Mr. .
< '. r in Starke; BniiyvtTioH on business, of Lawtey,wu .............................>.. ......-...... ....j...
!r' Monday.
The waft of the new school;MUle -' ,

are'rising majestically and the joists I 1'I M-.T., B. Sapp announces his can.aaaey '

itsoLocaI'' : are'already being laid for the floor .. for the,office of constable in Progressive Busin Finns In Starke -

L of the second the in
story. Starke district the Telegraph 1 t. .
this week. .
InformationTelegraph Mr. W. W. Byers, representing the Readers'of the Telegraph will find it to their J Y

T. G. Cranford Lumber Co. of Jacksonville Dr. ,T. 'H. Freeman
'attended the ''
advantage to trade with the firms F
c.r '0- ..... ... was in Starke on business convention of the Florida Medical Association represented !

... AN .. .. c:. .,... r... for his. firm Wednesday. at Orlando Wednesday, in this' ,directory. :' ...

Thursday and Friday. *' :

By wainscoting your rooms with ........MMMM.........MJMMMMMMMMMMMMMtMMMMMMMMtMMM .
Wallboard, and finishing the walls in Mrs. B., L. McDowell, of Jackson- 1 .. .

" fUO per year. For dry goods Leviton. Plastico, a' beautiful and artistic ville, and Mra.. J: D. McDowell, of ...MMMMMMMMMiMwfr' t

parents are land marks and little If you want to sell your farm property effect can be obtained. Quigley Dyson, S.'O, were' guests of Mr. and REAL ESTATE., .. .. "' FURNITURE. ** ,

= them. list with us. Bradford Co- Lumber & Supply Co. Mrs. J. Uglow last'week : -
OBM copy -t ,
Abstract Co. May 15-2t .MMMMMMMMMMIMMCOMER ....... ..... t... .. .
Learn to laugh. A good laugh is STRAYED, OR STOLEN-Large red .k1t
Ids Onie Edwards' is visiting rel- .......................... ..... '
itfos in Jacksonville. Mr. E. P. Duncan, of Jacksonville, better than medicine. Learn how to cow with white face, marked swallow .. ...........I.. '<.! .....

was jn the, city on business several tell. a story. A well story is as fork in one'ear, under square in other. '. L. PEEK FURNITURE I ..It'

Percales and ginghams at Leviton's. days this, week. welcome as a sunbeam ins sick room. Liberal reward for information. Rosa I t' .
Baisden. May 15-2L ,. ''Florida Bed Kititf,''Lad.*"* and almost anything else c
Mrs. J. W. Edwards is visiting relives Miss Mamie, Conrader of Jacksonville Miss Maomi Hill, a member af the .. ; might want L.Joa. .

in Jacksonville.Mr. is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Julia Starke High School faculty, left this Mrs. E. S. Raney and son and Mrs.F. '. Timber EIas -- t

i Knight, of,this city. week for her home in Dade City, H. Siegel of Miami, came all the ,.. 1 HULL'S. DEPARTMENT ,
M. Leviton visitor to years Experience at Starke .
was a
from STORE *
where Miami
she :
will spend the summer. way to Starke Monday .

raeksonville Wednesday. I Teniu Mr., R.visited A. Elliott his uncle, of, Spring, Mr. J.City W., Upon arrival of my ear of American for the purpose of sitting for some I i.......................... .....................f...... t<.:.

:AD kinds of embroidery at Stump's.'fir. I j Hicks, here this week. fence I will sell at prices so low that studio photographs, by which at the act Hoover they paid Brothers our '...MMMMMMMIMMMM. ..................., ..., ..... \;- ---. ;

'' P. Bowie spent Sunday with' you will buy a'year's supply aheadof photographers : .
I' Water coolers and ice cream freezers a high and merited .' NOTIONS.MMMMMMMMMMMM. DENTISTS. ,
its'family in Gainesville. Jones' Hardware. time. See prices on another page. compliment I. ,

for her 1: Jones' Hardware.Mr. *. .......................... :' ,
Elsie Schneider left
Miss I Don't wait for rain. Use our garden Fire destroyed the barn and cribs ................. ".... ;'
T. H.
tone in Ocala Wednesday. bee:, QUIGLEY LUMBER SUPPLY Rimes and daughter, belonging to the Neal brothers on the 1 .. z
,I' Miss (Tommy, of Worthington Springs, old Underhill farm, three miles north- Why is It that when you are *. DR. U. G. TURNER "
house ] CO. N
SUMMER Have your were the guests of Judge and Mrs. west of Starke in need of Notions, Ladies e. .
Sunday night. The
icreened. Jones', Hardware. I Miss Mabel Reddish, of Lawtey, is George A Gardiner early this week. contents of the buildings were burned e Novelties, Etc., Goods you generally, Shoes, .. 6*. DENTIST .. I, :,;, ISi

J. B. Florrid, of Floral Bluff, visit-, visiting her uncle and aunt Rev. and A new bridge has been built over but the stock and some implements toSTUMPS *. Edwards Building "

d friends in Starke this week. |i i1Ir. rs. J. E. Black, this week. (Coffee Branch, on the Starke and were saved. The origin of there .0 "There's 'A Reuon.I. ." .. .* !;
fi is unknown.A Upstairs over Post OIJiCt"
'' to ]Raiford road which will allow the : ...... : :
and Mrs. L. H. Hill, of Law- If you want sell your farm property i

ey, were in Starke Monday. I I i list with us. Bradford County safe passage of automobiles in the set of home-made chairs, ante- I................MMMMM ..... t.. *

Abstract Co. May 15-2L future. bellum style, attracted some ,attention ......-.................... :; '
Let os screen you. QUIGLEY.. in the i. DRY GOODS.MMMMMMtMMMM. <
freight of the
UMBER & SUPPLY co. i i I1 FOR SALE One milch cow with Hon. A. V. Long is attending the last room depot ,'. Z PRINTING" 1 $ '.
heifer calf; young cow with second i spring term of the .circuit court of : They were constructed .... .t :
for I
Mr. and Mrs., J. R. Dover visited ,calf. L. W. Kickliter, Starke, Fla.: Alachua county in Gainesville this bottoms use and not beauty, and the ........i.. ..et. .......................... '

fives in Hampton Sunday.' 1 May 8-3t week in his official capacity as state's were made of untanned t ....
I attorney. cowhide with the hairy side up. Such I.. W. MORGAN :
Mr.'and Mrs. R. H. Hodges are on, Mr. W. C. Rape, of Monroe, N. C. chairs as these are relics of old Headquarters for' Z BRADFORD COUNTY' Z .; :

visit to Savannah this week. visited his brother, Rev. B. T. Rape, Miss Notre M. Johnson, who was times and are objects of curiosity Ladies Ready-to-Wear Goods, .. TELEGRAPH '. -
Dry Eta ( ;
[here last week. a member of the Starke High School nowadays.Mr. .
New spring goods at Leviton's.Mr. \
faculty during the session of 1913-14 ...........i .........i. t ;,'y,
Newn Mott, of Wateroak, was Mrs. J. A. Bryan has moved to left this week for her home in Sum- A. B. Radney has a large gar .., ,, ;' .!j'

,Starke on business Tuesday. O'Brien, Fla., where she lived before merfield, N. C. den on Tenth street, near the depot, -' .. "
I she came to Starke. of which he is justly proud. The A HOTEL YOU WOULD LIKE TOUR FAMILY TO STOP AT ; >; h t

| It is noble to live for others, but Miss Gertrude Durden, of Tampa, garden contains nearly everything WINDLE I HOTEL I ; }

,ia a crime to neglect ourselves. :I We are now located in our new is spending the week with Mr. and usually found in a garden, such as '
Home-Jones building-new lines, Mrs. 0. J. Griffin, of this city. Next corn, beans, beets cabbage, The most delightful family and colllD rcial hotel in the city. Just the plate to make !
peppers, ,
your headiuarten while on a shopping tour or enroote North. Lorated in the heart of z
New goods of all kinds at Stump'Piss s. new goods. Call and see. Jay S. weep she will visit relatives and cucumbers, potatoes, tomatoes and shopping and theatre district. Cool com forUble and all modern conveniences at popular .. ; :

Brown. friends in Gainesville. melons. The price Worthy of jour patronage. ,
are especially
I Dorothy Morrish left Tuesday

her home in Tarpon Springs. i I I Mrs. J. W. Morgan and her little Miss Elsie Schneider gave her pupils fine. The plants are staked and tied JACKSONVILLE,' FLORiDAshould
up and the fruit is large and is already -

|Born, Tuesday, May.12, to Mr. and nephew spending, the Master week Gary at Pablo Ennis Beach., are the of the Starke seventh and school eighth gradesof beginning to ripen. The cu- help pay the gentlemen com- .+ + + + + + + + + + + +-4- .;< ; \

J. E. Norman, a big baby girt, :[ public a picnic cucumbers have been bearing prolifi- posing the commission $9000.00 a year t + c:

I, Attorney D. E. Knight is having at Kingsley lake on Tuesday and "an cally for some time. There is not a and traveling expenses to do nothing + FOR SALE AT REDUCED + -: : 4f
I !! ,
of all kinds at is
Slippers Stamp's.Mr. a coat of green paint put on the roof i I enjoyable day reported. weed visible and the whole appearance They do not seem to have any power PRICES f )'1-I = ''

I J. H. Lowery, of Lawtey,'{may- of his residence on Walnut street Mr. A. L. Taylor, who has been of the garden indicates the or at lease refuse to exercise it if + One Waltham, 16 size, 15 ruby + j ,j.,,t

ted business in Starke Wednesday. teaching school near Miami, visited careful attention it has received from they have any, so why pay them this + jewels 14k case, used a short f ,- 10 iti
Shoes at Leviton's. ;
i his mother, Mrs. W. H. Taylor, here the owner. salary to look pleasant? + time, $18.00. One Elgin, 18 + i >, 4

)R SALE-One cow, one heifer,' Mr. William Kalch, of Hampton, i last week and this. The whole family I wjll introduce and support bills + size, 19 ruby jewels, in gold,1 a

& j. F. Kickliter. MaylStf. has begun the erection of a new farm t moved to South Florida on Thurs- Getting I On. to carry out the principles I am ad- 4 settings, gold wheels, steel est '9.-' -1

FOR SALE-One large draft or house for Mr. Bronkey, near Starke. I; ,day. Mother-What makes you think he is vocating. I am telling you straight 4 cape wheel, fully adjusted, + ," v 1

getting serious? Father-He has stopped from the shoulder what I will do if 4 $21.00. Two South Bend, 17 t ....;.

i ox. D. W. Manning. May 8-2t WANTED-One million Nancy Hand I I Mrs. A. P. Hoffman attended the! ; bringing me cigars and uses my elected. I do not hedge nor explain. 4 jewel, 16 size, finely timed, id i + ,\ '

)R SALE-One 6 room house in Red Providence Potato Draws. reunion at Jacksonville) last week and tobacco. I want you to know before you vote 4 20-year cases, bosses, $15.00.) f ';: .
\ H. C. Waters, Starke Fla. May 15-lt r t I went fronr there to Durbin to visit '-
vie. Apply at this office. Mayl5-tf for me. 4 Diamonds reset, Opals r& + ;

;r Laces at Leviton's. the bedside of her sick niece, Miss Only the tired man knows the sweet If I am elected, I will represent the 4 polished and bad "lucks" taken + ;_- .
[Keep a close eye on the man whose :Minnie Braddock -and returned home ness of repose.-T. W. Handford.' :
people. I will not be governed by a I 4 off of them. One fine blue, + a J;
e is afraid to ask him for money' Mr. J. S. Shriver of Brooker at- ,, Monday. +''
-:- few or any so-called political boss. I 4 white diamond 90-100 caret, 4 ,

(Glass towel bars at 40c and 50c at t tended the commencement exercisesof Miss Marguerite Shriver, of Brooker fff + ff + + tf + + + t + + will be governed solely by the dictatesof 4 deep and finely cut,, $185.00. 4 : ;

ER & SUPPLY CO. i i Starke High School here Monday attended the commencement exercises t my own conscience and my sense of 4 A few new 16 size gold filled 4 .: '#

night JOE'S PRINCIPLES tt duty. I have never been governed by 4 watches, accurate time keep-; 4 '
of the Starke High School andwas t
[The plant of happiness cannot set of Whether the 4 + .
men. pathof
| The Starke schools closed last the guest of Miss Jeannette Matthews ,+ + any era. :
"I i without an air of cheerfulness. duty led in private or professional 4 CALL AT MINER'S 4 a
t week, but the normal department; who was one of the two grad + + fftfftf + + + ff + + -

JIr.' V. J. Valentine, of Providence, will continue its work for three weeks uates this year. fo the Democratic voters of Bradford life I have tried to follow, and I am + t + + fff + f + + + ff + + f '

in Starke on business Saturday. longer. opposed by some for that reason, and --- ,- 1 -
Rev. J. E. Black, who attended the 'ountysOn that reason alone. IN CIRCUIT COURT 8TH JUDICIAL CUUCTIT "1

broidery dresses at Stump's.E. | :BOSS OIL STOVES-Saves oL reunion at Jacksonville last week account of the serious illness, of Now, I have been honest with you. BRADFORD OF FLORIDA'COUNTY''' y -

Jones' Hardware. was forced by a sudden illness to re- my wife I have been unable to meet If you appreciate honesty, I want DOME GLOVE ,
: C. Andrea of Tampa is all of I have desired '
you as to do; GLOVER -
turn home before the festivities had your support. I am dealing fairly JOHN .'
: his sister Mrs. B. W. Hodg-!' Dewberries and blackberries willi I and it be '
ended, but he is better now and is may possible that I will be with you; therefore deal fairly with. BILL FORDIVORCE '. 7. ,
follow the heel of the strawber- unable to all of before s
I upon able to be out again. see you me on June 2nd. NOTICE TO APPUR' '
I ry and then, 0 Lordie., comes the wat- second day of June, if her nInes continues THE STATE OF FLORIDA ."
Oscar Alvarep and little Respectfully yours, -
son, To John Glover. Greeting: Fa
ermelons. Mr. E. C. Warren, who has com ; and I therefore take this ,:
G,, visited relatives at Waldo Sun- JOE HILL WILLIAMS. It having been shown by affidavit that ;
pleted his school at Buckingham, method of addressing myself to Defendant John Glover ia a _reaidc>a of f" ,
WANTED-Yellow pine logs. We you.I the State of Florida and that the residence i i 1
I spent two weeks here with his'par believe' every man who offers of said Defendant ia at Climax. County' of '
broideries at Leviton's.r. pay best prices. T. G. Cranford I ents, Mr. and Mrs. J.,L. Warren, an Deeatnr. State of Georgia, and thatid \ +; '
Lumber Co., Jacksonville, Fla. Representstine FINEST WE HAVE SEEN Defendant ia over the age of twentyoneyean. '. :
left Monday for Dana, N. C.. wherhe !
E .R. G. Starling and son. of Law-I May 15-3t. It ia therefore ordered considered and ad- ';
will spend the summer vacationMr. principles, in order that the people I. judgel that said Defendant John Glover do .\
were visitors to Starke Satur-
Mr. Richardson EXPERT IJheet'metal may know for what he stands before appear to the Complainant's Bill of Complaint '
t Marvel Ritchie, of Misenhimer, herein on or before the 22nd day of
al worker.. Headquarters Jones' they cast their votes for him. I Jane A. D. 1914. in default whereof detree :'
N. c., visited his sister, Mrs. J. J. .
pro confesso will be entered against the ,aid
' M. Hardware. therefore tell you frankly what I intend r
M. Andrea, of Hampton, Chaplin, here last week. This was John Glover. :' .
'tee i the county metropolis Satur- r.. to do if elected, and what principles It is further ordered that this notice' be i' ).
. Mr. William Trader of' Fort the first time they had met since published in the Bradford County Telegraph .
I advocate.I .
a newspaper published at Starke ia Bradford .
Wayne, Ind., who spent the winter in Mrs. Chaplin moved to Florida thirty favor the repeal of the Bryan county, Florida. once each week for Sve

creea( Doors hung, just phone me. Starke, left Monday for Lake Worthto -two years ago and they were hardlyable Primary Law passed by the last leg- consecutive In Witness weeks.Whereof I have hereunto 'I,et '

i*> Hardware. visit relatives. to recognize each other. islature. I do not favor the repeal my band and affixed the seal of ocr Circuit i '
Court on this the 13th day of May A..D. ; ;;
r achievements are less than our FOR SALE-Quick meal gasoline It is not a mere accident of disposition of the Primary System but the BRY- 1814 W. T. WEEKS. Clerk *' ;

tioaa are us aDy.' Let us aim I range in good condition. 0. L. Nash, whether we persistently lookon AN LAW, which requires you to reg Evansville, Ind, July 17, 1913 L. S. By B A. Weeks D. ,C. .,.i I \.
the dark and ister two and to vote The H. L. Hurst Co. Canton 0. A. Z. Adkina Solicitor for Coma.
h. three-fourths mile east of Starke.May gloomy or on the every years Mfg. I Hay IS-St .. "; }. ;
15-lt brighter side of things, but a habit of first and second choice. The law Gentlemen: We would not do with. i'/ u

'' Lit P. Barefoot, of Brooker, was mind which we can cultivate or allowto which if construed strictly will disfranchise out your Man-Power Sprayer any U. 8. DISTRICT COURT -,:.

at the Commercial Hotel Woolsey's famous paints. No better die through want of use. you on account of improper more. It is the finest we have ever SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA ,' >, I

:' made. QUIGLEY LUMBER &: registration. seen in this city at present The la ths matter .f J. C CBEWB. :

SUPPLY CO. Prof. C. G. Reaves, of Brooker, inventor 1 favor the repeal of that infamous people that have seen your sprayerat BANKRUPT N..UII..; ; ;;
'quality and low prices. The and teacher of the Reavesshort IN THE MATTER OF PETITION FOB H- ';.' i
in road law which requires all able our place think very much of it NAL DISCHARGE. _: 1 1On
harware. DeWitt C. Jones. Mrs. R. TV\ Hodges has resignedher and practical system of mathematics -bodied men between the ages of 1 8 and well pleased to see it work at our this 11th day of May A. D. ute on 1
position as clerk at the postoffice which he claims is the shortest reading the foregoing petition, it is ordered '
rW. R. Strickland, of Lawtey, and 45 to wark the roads six dayspay place. Yours truly, by the Court that hearing be had epos VIe # :
business: and has been succeeded by Mr. Lowery system known for all business calculations same on the llday of Jane A. D. 1114. Iv ,
ia trip to Starke Wed- three dollars, and also pay road THEODORE BUCHHO t
of Lawtey. in Starke fore said court, at Jacksonville in said IVwtrict. :.; t.
y., was Monday on millage. I favor the repeal of the For Sale By at ten o'clock in the forenoon and that ;
business. notice thereof be published ia the Bradford
B. 'J., FOR SALE-One Jersey milch law for the reason that althougit R. S. FERNANDEZ County Telegraph a newspaper printed ia .( i
Rahme'.and family, of with be subject to the objection thatit said District, and that all known eM"t t
cow heifer calf may
a 3
; gives gal- E. W. McCreary returned yesterday '
Machines and other { inUrest '
pton, were in Starke businesssilk I Spraying and InsecticidesSTARKE penons 9 may appear at :
Ions of milk daily; will sell on trial. from a visit to Jacksonville. He imposes upon you the burden of said time and place and show ea_. if anythey ; I :

0 .Gardiner. May 15-tf made the trip on his motorcycle, double taxation, it gets you twice. Because FLA. should have not why be: the granted.prayer of said yetit&Mer! .' I

r .e at Leviton's. going via the Palatka St. Augustineroute it does not affect all classes And it ia further ordered by Uw court:;
Have a sleeping porch this summer alike under the administration +++++++++.......... that the Cleric shall send by mall to an know ,,, 't
{ and made brief stops in those present + creditors notice of said petitioner and this M.' -
1 Jesse Cone, of Eau Gallie,, Let os quote you. QUIGLEY cities. He returned via the Starke of the law, and the man in + CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 4 der, addressed to Item at' their ylact ef, s ;
residence lIS stated. ; y
x *,k! pUitiBS his mother, Mrs. the QUIGLEY LUMBER &: SUPPLY route.-Gainesville Sun. the county work,the roads, while the WITNESS: The Honorable RHTDON Ml .\ '
1 Cone. CO. men in the incorporated towns es .....+.+.+++++..+ CALL, Judge of the aid Court and the seal -
thereof at Jacksonville
ia said dvtnct OK :: .
J. I Ticket }Ir. Robert Mills, of St Augustinewas cape. FOR SALE-My cottage, cheap. the llday of Map, A. D" 1914. -1
A. Agent T. J Griffin informs
Murphey of Jacksoe A _
that he a guest at the Starke House this Ij, favor the repeal or amendment Mrs. L. von Kim, Starke Fla. copy.EUGENE D. .
'pent the week-end us sold about 400 tickets ;
wth rela- '
I DODGE.Clerk.
week. He here to look siteunIIg ,'-
i a Starke. from Starke to Jacksonville d was r of the present game law. I favor May 83tCroppers "
reunion week. his pecan grove near Prevatt cemetery. game protection, but I do not favors 'j

} OVENS-See your cake ba1 I Mr. Mills claims that he h paying a State Game Warden a bandthe Wanted-I want renters, or Praise your wife sometimes. She-, t tI -

"Hardware. 1 After a deal of worry and study we made a discoery that will preventmany some salary for the privilege of f j share croppers on my 80 acre fam, works hard enough as a general thing' + '

have at last figured out how so ravages of cutworms. The discovery shooting your own game, when you located 2 miles north of Starke.I with small compensation and less

r' oad appearances may be pleasant country editors get rich. Here isore the consists of a simple device made out> get no more game protection than Will divide 1 same in lots to slir t. cheer than any other member of, the*, 1 ..

z | realities lei are safer and m secret of their success: of pasteboard. Fold a piece of pasteboard !-r you were getting before. In otheand C. S. Durling, Starke, Fla. Apr Ztf family You like to be told that guar ; ,;

i in the shape of a funnel aro words, I am not in favor of contributing can do your particular kind of work 1, 3't 'I >i

1 fa i 'no work so humble that American fence. If quality and not the stem of the plant and push the to"the support of some man's PoTe Core Cold in One Day better thaq: any one else can, so why t. J 1 7-7'
\ quantity counts will
lnss you buy American little end into the ground, and the litical rbonld withold the merited 1 i -
;. in it will not be noticed fence. pet rake LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It stop K* you same ;
,1e11 rde&, prices. DeWitt C cut worm cannot get over it or| I favor abolishi" the tar:' corn Cough and Headache and works off: tL- c-jii : fraise fron $. v"'.",n .T** ,cttkoi', .
|Jones. PrcjrgUu refund >- if f-'Ii '
nv -y it
n tree
1 1 I through it or around it .I I mission. I see no reason why you "- W. .; ;l.: .I.;...."... ... :..__ _, 1 i and keeps year home bright for yon? f '


; J S ,


j m ad R ,,elks } : h t' a THE BEAPFOBP COPMTT TBJOIUMI
tta' -
s l y ....-.r.yw,.
'eerOiJIILLENSE - -" 1 1

$ When cholera. starts in. bogs ja ,thetime 1-TTT
Wind vaccinate- with cholera serum.- J !: 'ti '
Ita Whipped rtetivM. _. lid, Ha to
c r ",. l + r jI i Empty Brown w it& ': Bj the time:one or two. hogs have a ie iI iuce X fill"ThedJofd'a '

*| s .. 1 Uancburia meau 6' 'rlatermlnabl died: the' owner can determine if it :u Hi ll

Wotaders.Al" i-Qund Us They Are brown plain-dry stubble- endless, is cholera that is, killing them., ,If I 1/T n h r

Unable to Diem .empty t n farrows.tobe; ;: filled..by' and br cholera, the probability is that all.the B -.- I ., -.r '

: with.millet kaollangtwaving, wonder hogs' ins, that lot ,we infected with, '1kat 1 t'IC.1 I < Black.ftto. .tfc .

.. ful green'pllimage'high as a man anhlgneri cholera cerma ,and if .vaccinated at Irejaeeent ..Jume bat FIBST-OLA88 i' 'the- test. all-round. medidae. .

\ WE. 'LIVE'IN A 'HIDDEN'WORLD. .In which not many yean ago this, time will unmune the hogs so '\ c 1 oo ipanles an1.Will be'boiuiantly. .once lent wed,!' wrltei, J. A.-

.... the Japanese hid whole armies. infested_ for' twelve' "months or, prac _t tcprumqeJonrintgerU. Guar- ;:

!Today: 1t:1a the emptiest,most silent tically the life of meat hogs.If anteeoogiseoi4 tree6men ahyati 3. ctfaUoitme.T
: i.
TjMre'Are Celirc Our Cannot '
Eyes spot In Asia, It spreads out fiat and hogs are vaccinated and no chol t "1 scffettd terribly via; fyer'
See and ...ni and'Other fteunda to tranquil" In unthinkable' forgetfolness. era present they are immune 30 days A, well written .policy by.a, Grit-clan

Which 100 Our. Ears, ,.Are..Deaf. While The sun beats down fiercely out of a or six weeks. As the serum (whichis C\LL.IT BY NAME agent .ina, fint-clas* company sometimes troubles,and could get no reOd

".Our. Sense ef Feeling la Very Crude._ deep unbroken; field of turquoise blue hog blood) wilt have passed out meu much. in case.of.lost. by fire The da ors said I had coosumpttoo. -.

If bnly'we aid 'keener'aexpeft.what The air 'is biting' cold.. j' sudden of the hog's system after that date When you buy a cigar call for an --- I could not wort

wonder .nature.would be revealed breath of It Is like .a slap A great the: hogs will contract cholera as A. P. H. If you ask for 6c cigar the E, C. RICHARD Starke Fla ., at

c r to yus-woaders that we touch and tingling follows and sense of extraordinary though they were never vaccinated dealer will of cow sell you the kind aJL ,FiuaOyl tried.
"x 'bow: not every;day of our lives! They buoyancy. One feels impelled to Hog raising can" be made a very that yields him the most profit so J
are all around tia. these hidden marvels, :
but Imperceptible to us became of our laugh to. about to ,trike ,out. to :d o profitable branclTof farming if hog you get a poor cigar. ,Remember the NEOFORO'SBLACK ;

k i' human limitation violent thlrgs. To sleep or sit with cholera is controlled, and by cooperative name. i
Of course every one.knows ,by .now folded bands would drive one mad. efforts between the farmers 'tsk for an .A. P. H.' .Cigar I COFFINS, CASKETS II Iii

themselves and the Agricultural Department The dealer will earn a fair profit And a Fall Lto of' I II -
w ;... thai everything we bear or see comes There Is that In the air which. compels I
.. In a wave motion. But 'it is not so like the lash of a whip. If ,hogs of all ages are and you will get your money's worth. I Undertakers' Supplies i

well known that, there are a great Over this brown waste; sheltering a dying in the bunch, it is cholera. If .. Manufactured by I I

ti many waves that :I.e. cannot detect at million seedlings, trails an endless line only small pigs are dying it is lung ,: Always on band. The' beat ser- j jI i

r. all oy'manna of any of our senses and I I of native life-a dull blue curioUsly; worms.I STARKE CIGAR CO, I vise at the lowest prices. Special : DRAUGHT

,. presumably a great, many" more that blunt' outline-wheelbarrow men with hope to.be able to respond to Starke Fla. ,I: attention to Telegraph_ Orders I .

} we,have never.beenable to detect'even sprawling legs and arms wide out I :
call that will be made to
fi" artificially. stretched. coolies with bamboo poles every vaccinate NOTICE OP FINAL DISCHARGE Registered Embalmer and.to my surprise, I got better

... Take ether waves for Instance. We slung across their shoulders, innumerable hogs that have cholera. Notice is hereby given to all concerned that and'am to-day as weD as any

..:. know that those of a certain length are mules, cased like warriors In brass The state furnishes the serum free six months after date hereof I will present I II "

heat waves: They can be felt, but not studded bridles and headpieces, donkeys and the work will be done without my final returns as administrator of the estate DeWITT C. JONES man. Thedford's Black-
r' h of Bradford
of Sallie S. Chesser late I
: teen. Shorter ones are light waves. I picking little steps with litters on any cost. :I county, Florida, deceased and apply to the j I I Successor to G. C Livingston & Co. Draught is a general, cathartic,.

from the loug red to the short violet. their backs with wide toppling loads Notifyme at once when cholera : County Judge of Bradford County Floridafor vegetable liver medicine that
Even shorter what known final discharge. I L Starke Fla.
ones are are with native women sitting astride far my
.; as the ultraviolet, and these have to be appears.. OLIVER MIZELL, I. D. BAXTER. _._ _. __ I has been regulating irregularities
haunches. -
back their tiny
upon Special Agent Dukes Florida. Administrator of the Estate of Sallie S.
detected artificially, by the taking of a of the liver stomach
.: These Manchu people are a big, bold Chesser. deceased. and
picture in toe dark. Even shorter ones faced race, with brown skins whippeddull Jan, 2-6m. bowels, for over 70 years. Get
are the X ray, which are invisible red by the northern winds. Shape

'., :r Much longer ones than the longest' beat less bundles of them, hoods pulled over the Circuit Bradford Court Cannty, 8th Florida Judicial Circuit NOTICE OF SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE. For Weakness and'Loss of AppetiteThe a package today. Insist oa the_

-I, ,. wave are the Mectric! waves of wireless 'ears, stand at the stations and stamp Bradford County Bank, a Corporation, Notice is hereby given that under and b, Old Standard: general! strengtheningtonic, genuine Thedford's E-70
telegraphy. Now. remember that VS virtue of a certain deerw of sale and foreclosure GROVZ'S T1STELESScbiIITONIC,drives out
their feet and beat their and
arms W. J. Hillman Company et. al Malaria and builds
all the in a corporation made and entered by the District Courtof up the system. A true tonic
r waves specified differ only watch the trains come In. A straggling Bill to Hoove Cloud and Quiet Title the United' States for the Southern District and sure Aopetizer. For adults and children. He
one particular-that of length. line of native soldiers In bungling black I To AH Whom it liar Concern. Groctinc of Florida, in Chancery, on the first day
: We cannot conceive of there' being It appearing by the sworn bill of complaintin of April. A. D.. 1914 recorded at page 7of
uniforms, their heads wound tightly the above entitled cause that there are persons the Equity Journal of said Court. in a
c only waves of these .wave lengths tak black turbans a great splash of blood interested in the property described in certain cause wherein Board of Trustees of i"
ing place in the ether. There must be the said bill of complaint and involved In Oberlin College, a corporation organized and
waves of nearly all lengths from the red lettering across their breasts pre- this suit other than the known defendants. exiting under the laws of the State of Ohio ..
,\:. seut arms rigidly with bayonets fixed, ind that the names and residences of such and the Michigan Trust Company a eoro ra-
trilllontb of .an Inch to many miles. unknown to the complaint and laws
train .lersons are tion organized and existing under the
the In and draws out.-
We know that; other media may have as pulls hat in the said bill relief ia prayed against of the State of Michigan, as Receiver of the Rheumatism
From "The Color of the East" by ouch unknown persons: i estate of R. G. Peters, are Complainants, and :
waves of various lengths going through Elizabeth Wasbburn. Therefore it is ordered that all parties John M. Wolfenden and Herbert K. Wolfen- Blood Poison
t: them at the same time. The question claiming an interest in the property hereinafter den. idividually and as eo.partners doing- business
is bow to detect these other waves and -------- described, or any pan thereof, underG. under the firm name and style of Wolfen.
: : W. Robonson, deceased, late of Alachua Scrofula Malaria
dan 4: .Co.. Atlantic Lumber Co.. a corpora-
.f. what effect tuey'bave In nature. FLOWER FIRE. County, Florida or under Fred M. Lewis, or t'on organized and existing under the laws ,
It our bodies had better sense organs otherwise, and all parties claiming an inter- of the State of Florida and Empire Lumber Skin Disease r
st in the property hereinafter described, or Company, a corporation'organized and exist-
1 or more in number' It Is astoulshlng to Some Plants Will Emit a Mysterious any part thereof, )lying and being in the ing under the laws of the State of Florida .
?If"- think of what new sensations' we Radiance at Times. County of Bradford. State of Florida to-wit: and H. B. Lamb and I. F. Lamb her husband Because it Purifies
should navel. If'tbe eye for Instance The wonderful-It N%, except IS acre on East side of S. are Defendants, I, the undersigned as a F 0 R
hay might almostbe \. L. Ry in NE%, of Section 1 ; NI except Soeeial Master of said Court in Chancerywill the
: could perceive a shorter wave length said spiritual-attribute of flowers Is '5 1.4 of NE% of NWU and W% of NW of on Monday, the 6th day of July, A. D.. Blood
than the color violet and a longer one neither their beauty of color or form VEVJ. of Section: N% of NW% and NW% 1914. between the hours of eleven o'clock ,
and A. M. and two o'clock P. M., before the door aDD WHAT MOTID PEOPLE BAT OfLIPPMAN'S
if NE% of Section 12; N% of Lot 12
than the color red. should have
we numerous nor their fragrance, but. strangely nf the House, of Bradford in <.
11 of Lots 22. 23. 24, 27. 30 31, 82 83. 35. County GREAT REMEDY-P. P. P
and, beautiful colors added to enough a mysterious radiance that S. 37. 38 of Seetioa 14 : Lot 34 of Section 15 the City of Starke. state of Florida, sell at ,

the list. If we could detect still longer sometimes surrounds them, writes J. rl] in Township 6 South Range 22 East. do public auction to highest and best bidder, for Dr. AlHredie. Bemer, Texas writes: Rabbi fiolomoa, ef tie Sanauk Cos.arecmtUtt. :
i Tip*" to said bill of complaint on or before 'ash, all and singular the following describednroperty "It is the leading blood purifier." .writes: "Bad-seven attacks al
ones than the Infra-red each one of us Carter Beard. It is strange that this >te 6th day of April 1914 the same being in said decree mentioned, or so much Dr.: Dit ead.IWca1f.,Cm.prescribes I Malarial fever lasting from a week to tea
would be a receiving wireless station flower fire is so little known and so sel- t rule day of this Court: and that this order thereof as shall be sufficient to satisfy said It and with P.P.P.completely cured J. days. I took :your medicine as a forlora
and could get all the sent out dom noticed. e published once a week for 12 consecutive decree to-wit: the following described property H. Davidson who had suffered fifteen hope but nowc"1'sthat P.P.P. was
messages erks in the Bradford County Telegraph, a subject to an obligation under pain of :years with blood poison and sores. a real benefit.'' :
without other apparatus than our eyes. The best time to watch for and to vfkly! newspaper of general circulation in forfeiture, to remove the timber hereinafter IT WILL HELP YOU, TOO-AT ALL URUCCI8T8-IM 't
It would simply be a flash of light of witness the emission of flower fire is : lid Bradford County. Florida. described from the lands on which it is
11' WITNESS the Honorable J. T. Wills, situate, on or before September 1, 1915. as
a hitherto unknown color appearing Just after sunset of a warm day, when 1 II 'ice of the said Circuit Court, and also my nrovided in a certain instrument of writing F. V. LIPPMAN. SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.

and disappearing in the sky. We could'. tbe atmosphere' is perfectly dry and,. "1 vial signature as' well as the seal of this from Atlantic Lumber Company to J. M.

,_; lee it however even if It appeared behind clear. On the contrary, if the air is 'nnrt. this the Slat day of December 1913 at Wolfenden and Wolfenden Herbert& K. Wolfenden.dated the copartners -
\ : as : Company
: us. as th* electric wave goes I dense or the day baa been rainy nothing tarke. Florida. ,W. T. WEEKS 15th day of February, A. D.. 1911, and re.corded
'i i through bodies. So convenient added of the kind can be seen. The light Clerk Circuit Court in the Public Records of Bradford -.- :--
) By R. A. Weeks. D. C. County, Florida February 21. 1911 in Miscellaneous
; vision would be *, if could emitted from flowers Is sometimes continuous -
p our we actually FLITCH Record Book 8, page 229.
,t J see the X rays we should,need but oftener, perhaps, represents 4-lSt Solicitors for Complainant "All the cypress and hardwood timber WHENEVER
t standing, lying and being the following YOU
Itself In flashes and flickerings on
l plaUnu-bariumyuuide screen to
nieces parcels or tracts of land situate in
r' look through to see the bones in our like the sparks from a piece of paper ORDER FOR PUBLICATION.In the Counties of Bradford and Alaehna. in the NEEDY .

*. : !; hands under the ray as we do at present that has been electrified.. The durationof Circuit Court. 8th Judicial: Circuit. Brad- State of Florida more particularly describedas
the light varies according to the :
-rd County, Florida.
I' East half of Southwest quarter Northwee A GENERAl TAn GRIV(
.; ". If the ear waa more- delicate and our state of the atmosphere and the sort ol ". M. Alvares. Complainant.( quarter of Southwest quarter and Southwest
j flowers that are under observation.A vs. quarter of Northwest quarter of Section
! brains more sensitive we could perceive 'nsmo AlvaresMfrs. Florence E. Alvares.
Twenty-four (24) : North half of Northeast
.. '/ the thousand and one wave daughter of Linnaeus is credited ..t-_L quarter South half of Southeast quarter and

lengths made in the air around us, of with having been the first. as long ago Bill to remove cloud quiet title and correct i West half of Section Twenty-five (25) : South. The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is Egt
x in deed.
wriptinn east and Southeast quarter of South.
as 1762 to have observed the luminous quarter
t. 4 which we BOW are unconscious. The emanations. While seated TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN west quarter of Section Twenty-six (26; Valuable as a General Tonic because it Acts on the Li--
alone in her
rapid vibration of, an Insect's wing GREETING: Southeast quarter, and East half of Northeast -
would furnish with father's'garden pn a fine, warm sum H appearing by the sworn bill of conjoint quarter of Section Thirty-three (33).: Drives Out Malaria Enriches the Blood and Builds ugf
; probably us even mer night her attention was attractedto in the above cause, that there are North half Southwest quarter, North half of the Whole For Grown
System and Children
J' more eery music than tbe mosquito's nons interested In the property described Southeast quarter and Southwest quarter of: People
song. The wind as it blows across a a cluster of the common nasturtiums, this bill of Complaint and involved in this Southeast quarter of Section Thirty-four (34) : ."
: whose flowers shone with Iridescent it other than the known defendants, and North half. East half of Southeast quarter. -"
wide meadow would give us a basso luster amid the surrounding gloom. e names and residences of such persons Southwest quarter of Southeast quarter and You know what yon are taking when you take;prove', Tasteless chillY !
: unheard at present.. The soft falling 'B unknown to the complainant and that in Southeast quarter .of Southwest quarter of: the formula Is printed on every label showing that it contains the weHlu
f Captivated by the charming novelty of Section Thirty-five (35) North half North _
td bill relief ia prayed against such un- ;
of would instke the and .
snow softest
the spectacle, she repeated her nocturnal town persons: half of'Southwest quarter, and Southwest tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It: is as strong as the strongest t
most beautiful music to our senses. It visit to the flowers a number of Therefore it is ordered that all parties quarter of Southwest quarter of Section tonic and is in Tasteless Form. It has no equal for Malaria, Chills aid 1
L would be like a whisper in its lowness. timing an interest in the property herein- Thirty-six (36) ; in Township Six (6) South
times and never once failed to witnessthe ter described or any. part thereof under Range Nineteen (19) East: Weakness, general debility and loss of appetite., Gives life and vigor to 1
but would be rather high pitched like gleam of the nasturtiums. eph T. Dillaberry deceased. J. G. Alvares, South half of Lot Nine (9). and North half Mothers and Pale Sickly Children. Removes Biliousness without

t e Japanese tinkle a mile away. TheM Numerous other flowers, many of ceased or either of them, or otherwise: and'I of half Lot Ten (10), and North half of South Relieves'nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses the liver to ac .
of Lot Eleven (11). of Section Thirty
: falling of tbe rain would be louder and parties claiming an interest in the property
which can be found in our gardens, are roinafter described or any part thereof 30)). in Township Six (6) South Range purifies the blood. A True Tonic and Sure Appetizer. A Complete Stress
1 even more high pitched. discovered to be self luminous after exposure 'I ing and being in the City of Starke Brad- Twenty (20) East No family should be without Guaranteed by your Druggist. WemetniLj
I ;, Our, very electric lights run by 89 rd County. State of Florida to-wit: Together with all and singular the tenements
the strong, sustained light of ,
herediments and .
. 465 feet Feast and West by 60 feet North appurtenances thereunto ..,
' alternating current consequently '
the summer sun, for not only do groupsof id South, bounded on South by land of E. belonging or in anywise appertaining
I ; ; getting dimmer and brighter a hundred nasturtiums exhibit the phenomenon 'ohns on East by Street on West by W. and all the estate, right title, interest and k.
all claim and demand whatsoever, well in
'! : times a second,would cause sound but the corolla of the common sunflower 'ne of SE!k ofNWIA. See. 28.Ti 6, S. R.22 E. law as in equity of the said Mortgagors as in .-.
\ waves of low pitch and low amplitude 1 North by land Jacob Johns in the City of 'nd to the same, and part and parcel
the dahlia every
the tuberose, the 'arke. do appear to the said Bill of Com SEEDS :;
: In the air. but would give a known yellow lily, and. indeed, a number of taint on or before the 4th day of May. 1914, thereof W.with Lewis.the appurtenances.Miles Special Master. in Chancery. SEEDS
musical Dote blossoms not named here.-Chrlstlan he same being a rule day of this court. May 8-6t

.R'. ( If our sense of touch'was more delicate Endeavor World. '2 And consecutive this order. weeks be published in Bradford once a week County'elegraph for Cow or Field Peas; Velvet,' Beans; Chef_

we could feel the'roughnesses- a weekly newspaper of ireiuralHreulation TN CIRCUIT COURT 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
along the surface of the smoothest mlr- The Omnipresent Rose. lor'da. published in said Bradford C:>UDty, : OF FLORIDA, BRADFORD COUNTY. Peanuts; Sorghum; Millet; Selected Field .

1 : ror for it has them. We should be Every continent on the globe, with WITNESS the Honorable J. .T. Wills, judgef BILL. L.FOR Thomas FORECLOSURE vs. L. C. OF Smith MORTGAGE.O. and Lilla. Corn. Complete and full stock Gart." .
," ; ; able to detect small particles In the the said Circuit Court and also my official Smith, his wife.
of Australia
',; ,' exception produceswild iraatnre as well as the seal of this Court, -
den Seed and ;
air that
BOW bnioli us by unconscious NOTICE TO APPEAR. Poultry
roses. There can be little doubt his the 3rd day of February. 1914. at Starke. ,
: f ly. The breeze oil our cheek would Florida.W. The State of Florida.To .
.f that the is of
rose one tbe oldest dowers Incubators.
.' : -. feel like so many tiny balls of T. Weeks Clerk Circuit Court L. C. Smith and Lilla Smith his wife Supplies;
paper In the world.perhaps from It having been shown by affidavit that the
t grown By R. A. Weeks. Deputy Clerk.A. "
> '. rushing and rattling by. The body the wind blown seeds In paradise. In S. Crews, Solicitor for Claimant L.S.) Defendants L. C. Smith and Lilla Smith, his Oldest established and largest Seed House in Florida. Writ!
"' would feel thread of the Feb. 612t. wife are non-residents of the State of Florida .
.. every Egypt .it Is depicted on numbers of and that the residence of said Defendants is for illustrated Catalogue. :i' '
; of the garments covering It. Some of early bas-reliefs, dating from 3000 to at Blue Springs, County of Barbour, State of "

; 'l these things of course would not be 3500 R a Rosewater, or the essence of PETITIONWe the Alabama are of, and twenty-one that said Defendants are over 'E. A. MARTIN SEED CO. !:
; I 'I pleasant until we.. got used to them. ; the undersigned voters and taxpayer years. ?
is It is
mentioned therefore
roses by Homer in the ordered considered and ad-
,.',y r : It .Is the idea .of 'some' philosophers "Iliad," and the flower is spoken of In of known a sub-school as Roberts district Sub-School to be established District hereby and lodged that th said Defendants L. C. Smith 206 East Bay St. JACKSONVILLE FL.

["1 ;<'., that an actual heaven would 09 an Increase the Proverbs of Solomon. petition the honorable Board of School Commissioner and Complainant's Lilla Smith Bill his of wife Complaint do appear herein to the on

t / _:; In our perceptions and senses to of Bradford County for an electionto or before the 22nd day of May A. D. 1914 ;;;
establish this Sub-School District bounded -
: ; J't an enormous power, for then we should as follows: in default whereof a decree pro eonfesso will
Ironing and Mending.For be entered against the said I.. C. Smith and
r- certainly live in different Commencing at the Northeast of
js a world one : comer Lilla Smith, his wife.It .
the mother who does her
own See. 22, Tp. 4, Range 19 E. and south
t. jf':\ far surpassing. knowledge and pleas- run is further ordered that this notice be Y
) Ironing and mending: Prepare a small on See. line to township line dividing Townships -
in the
published Bradford County Telegrapha
!; I '& ore and power the one we live In-and four and five thence E. on said line to
bag containing things for newspauer published at Starke in Bradford
,; fx yet it would be actually the same necessary range line dividing Ranges 19 and 20; thence county Florida, once each week for five consecutive -
mending and sewing on of buttons and south on said line to southeast corner of See
"f : 't world the difference being simply In weeks. Favorite Fertilize
j tion
Tp. ,
t 6 Rg. 19. Thence west
on section -
; fasten It to Ironing board. She will In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my
i,. f. "' our power to cognize it-A. L. Hodges line to Swift Creek: thence southwest' hand and affixed the seal of our Circuit Courton
> :- *. in Chicago Record-Qenld. be able to sew on buttons and draw along said creek to West line of Section 16; this the 22nd day of April A. D. 1914.
f' ii <,.", up little rips that will make her pile thence north to northwest corner of said section W. T. Weeks, Clerk
!; I 1$: thence west on section line one-half'
A. Z. Adkins. By R. A. Weeks D.C.
j 3 t % An Easy Job. of mending smaller. If she could train mile; thence north 'on center line of Section Complainant's Solicitor Apr-24-5t
-I herself to sit on a high stool as much 8: to north line of See. 8; thence north on
Visitor that
: |t. understand your boy section line to Baker county line; thence east -
it j-f- to etaidylng to be an electrical engineer? as possible while working she will not along said Baker county line to point of NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED

'j |i." rarmer-Weli, 1 advised him to take It be so tired at the end of a day's work. beginning.And further. to vote upon the millage to UNDER SECTION, OF CHAPTER 4888

, ."v. tp. I beard some fellers say that nobody Exchange be assessed and for the purpose of electing a LAWS OF FLORIDA ARE BEST

.: i '*,/' really knew much about electric- board of three trustees. for the said sub-school Hereby notice is given that D. W. Pinhol ter,
: district
purchaser of Tax Certificates numbered
" : p 'I' ; Ity, so 1 thought mebbe Joe would have Our Work. Names: John Crews G. F. Alderman. J. L. 90 and 92 issued by the Tax Collector respectively FOR
I.r{ ,> some chance of paasin' examinations! We meat do our human work In a Roberts Mr. C. A. Joiner. H. H. William of Bradford County, Florida, each of
;, r London Express.ij conscientious and immaculate manner, Mrs. Joe Loodhatter J. C. Pearce W. P. said Certificates bearing date of June 6, 1910.
: Taylor J. Cruse, W. W. Williams C. C. has filed said certificate in my office and has ALL CROPS I
'." -i ,.. : independently from whether we hope I Douberly. made application for Tax Deed to issue in
';t to become angels some time In the future April 10-5t accordance with law.
i! ? ... Frafln- The said certificates embraces the following Write for Catalog-ue.
or believe that we used to be mol-
I ) : "She has
a complexion like Dresden lands in Bradford County, Florida assessed
. ,I' ,"';. lusts some. time In the past John NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE. at the date of the issuances of said Certificate
;, -. Yes Ituskin. Thirty days after the first publication of sin the names and under dates and numbers a
j. i
i I" ; and It Is like Dresden china in this notice. I will apply to the Honorable hereinafter respectively particularly set forth
; .
I .' :_j .. another way." O-o. A. Gardiner County Judge of Bradford to-wit:
Sure It I. County. Florida, for an order to sell at private Certificate i
: ,* 'vI j "What Is tbatr sale the undivided i. No. 90, embraces Fractional Block
' ", A little West one fourth interest 9. in Ward City. See. 8. Tp 7, S. R. 20 E. '
! : "If she's not careful with It it wfll' Hundred and For each of A. C. Taylor and E. C. Taylor, minor ..'-.ed Unknown.

I : ; 's'- crack.-Baltfmore American I ty-ninth street tailoring shop has the he ut.following of W. tt Taylor' deceased, In and to Certificate No. 92 embraces Lot 10 Blk 11, INDEPENDENT FERTILIZERJACKSONVILLE ,:

I 4 -.. I following hand written placard In ate Bradford County described, Florida,lands to-wit:situated in in assessed Ward Unknown.City, See. 8, Tp. 7, & B. 20 E. .

% :- Don't put too fine a point window: North East Quarter of the South East Unless Mid certificates shn ti -"f
on your wit redeemed
j Quarter of
' : .'s for fear It should get blunted.-Cer- We press your pants for 5 eta.It's R. (22) Section East (19) Township (6) S* W- JB.. hew '-- >r.- -' '--of' thereonon FLA. t
a Singe! Til containing 40 acres moreMrs. the 11th of ,
; .. day May A. D. 1914.
; or I
! 5: .. 'A'.nN.. s..' J -New York World. J. E. Taylor Clerk Circuit Court Bradford\V''f'\'. : WE SELL SEED POTATOES I
Conaty. Fla.
, May 8-St GuarJian of said M nora. fT\: By R. A. Weeks. Deputy Clerk. Jj 1P J
1 April 10-St j
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A Scotch Genius Who Anticipated the DON'TMISS THESE ;

Work of Marconi.. : Y

i James Bowman Lindsay- a Scotch i

SaIlOrs Dread Ships That,"Carry man began experimenting with elee- itlinree

ricity in 1820. In'a few years he produced
Sugar Coffee or Cotton. \
a "constant stream of light"which

t __ was the admiration of scientists

Be sent messages over wires and de- mg
livened many lectures on an electric

telegraph. Then in 1852 he invented

Dynamite and Other Expletives Are a system of wireless telegraphy and

1 Tame In Companion With Chemicals submitted It to a public test regarding .

Dundee of April 12. .. .ti..,
That Are a Constant M.nao.'to the which a paper I' 4 oJ. .,
Stored. 1853, said: "The experiment removes .
i Veesels In Which They Are .
all doubt of the practicability of Mr. FROM THE .

"Deliver;. ,as from i cargo of sugar 01 Andsay's invention, and there is every ,.. ..

coffee or cotton." is the prayer that reason to think that it will soon connect -

many sailors send up when they are in continent with continent and Island i

{doubt as to what fate will bring them with island in one unbroken line "Biggest.'Furniture Store : _-

:test in the cargo line. They welcome, of communication. ; :

'almost' gladly, a cargo of dynamite oft Lindsay's lectures were advertised t' ,

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;positive discomfort and danger that out Wires," so that the familiar "wire- in a"t..
?some to them with the cargo of sugar, 0r1 f'e
But he
f less" itself was anticipated. .
coffee or cotton. .- ..
-. -
than a scientific experimentalist
:/it first sight it seems that dynamite was more i
VouM be a cargo to be'carefully sidestepped He projected a dictionary in :

but from a sailor's. point of I fifty languages and labored on it for a These Prices!

/rfew more things than the. mere dan quarter of a century. .It was too hugea

jer involved are to be considered. A task, and the Pentecontaglossal Dictionary "

'cargo of sugar is bad. Put hundreds exists in an unfinished state Hold Good For .

'bold of a vessel and let the ship steam with more success a set of astronomical ONE WEEK i

,through a belt of hot'weather.The tables for the roe of chronologists.Yet _

'odor is sickening/ The sailors cannot this astonishing man never enJoyed Wonderful J

get the sweet taste out of their mouths more than an Income of $250 a 0.Automatic. ONLY L. .

They crave vinegar or lemon juice rear as a teacher until the eve of his

.'anything IOU!'. They lose their appetites death, when the prime minister grant- -I-----Ii

and are always glad when a voyage ed him a pension 'of $500 "'In'recognition -

: on which the cargo was sugar is of his great ,learning and ex. RefrigeratorThe ,

:over. traordinary b1ments."Exchange. in yQfliff ,
;Coffee Is as disagreeable as sugar ta

addition to being really dangerous. A
i ( iBSfe
Fargo; of green coffee is" not at all anI BRASS ROD MONEY. frftEerm

I :pleasant at first but the odor rapidly THE KNICKERBOCKER 1 gfejni- m

:s'ntlls. on the olfactory nerves. In damp Currency That Used to Be Very Popular v r- j lr i ''

I weather It becomes dreadful It seems With African Natives. REFRIGERATORThis t

*to impregnate everything ia the ship The annual"bullion letter"of Messrs. c t.

and eventually the crew lose all appetite Samuel Montagu & Co. of London suggests splendid KNICK: finest medium priced Refrigerator ever sold in Florida-Has eight

1 and- sometime become seriously that the phrase expressive of ERBOCKER family refrigerator walls of ice-saying insulation and, where desired a built-in, porce

"fll wealth, "plenty of brass" was Intro- in
:,. ':>Cotton ,is a really dangerous cargo. dneed'Into England by sailors, trading comes any lain-lined water cooler.___ _______ ,

(if a little oil happens to touch raw cotton with towns at the mouths of the great size and when prices like
No. 2E40 the ice capacity without cooler, $27.50 value; nwo rt _._._ .$21.48 .
the result is,what'is called sponstaneous African tlvers. ,though the brass rods I these prevail you can't No. 4E- 60 Ibs. ice capacity, without cooler. $30.00 value; now .. $22.48 THE NEW PERFECTION "4

j combustion. A single bale ol used by the .natives are now passinginto I afford to be without one No BE- BOlbe. ice capacity with water coler,' 85.00 slue; BOW .... $2648 tOne

:,.1. cotton :saturated with such aa oil as the limbo of things obsolete. : No. 6E- 75 Ibe. ice capacity, without cooler. $33.OO value; now $26.48 OIL COOK STOVE

*,bolted linseed and lying at the bottom A brass rod at Momsemb was fifteen in your home. No. 455E 120 Ibs. ice capacity, with water cooler $50.00 value now _____ 87.48 .. +'

ef a bold, can be compared only to a inches long and not quite* so thick as a No. 476E- 150 Ibe. Ice capacity, with water cooler, $60.00 value; new.____ $46.48 Burner Stove:: _
low match attached to a bomb. Infact No. 909 301bs. ice
-- ca- .
shite pencil Everything had its price '
, it is more dangerous be-
even ,
In brass rods.one''egg: equaled one pacity. Regular 10.00 $3.481
ause while there might be ninety-nine FREIGHT PREPAID ON SHIPMENTS AMOUNTING TO $25.00, Price . .;
brass rod; a fowl, ten brass rods; two value. Sale "T AO '
chances out of a hundred that something !
might happen to prevent the explosion yards of cloth twenty brass rods; a price.. $ OR MORE-There will be something-else in this advertisement next, Two-Burner Stove
600 brass and female
male lave, rods a -
of the bomb there are about week that you will want__Watch for.it _____ ___ __________________
099 chances In 1.000 that the cotton slave 2,500 brass rods. No.915 E-60 Ibs.ice capacity Sale$6e48. :
will burn. I The brass for these'rods'was origi-
Onions also cause sailors much Us nally melted down for their brass ornaments regular $18.50

comfort The French steamer Yarrawith' -anklets, necklaces,armlets leg val. Sale odes utc CoDmaDM.Atley Three-Burner Stove

a cargo of onions ,from ,Alexandria rings, hafts of spears, paddles and price.. $14.48No.919E1201bs.ioe Sale '
to England lost one man and had handles of knives etc: -It was using e 1 ba. RMRYRm" 1 8T $8 48'Price. '

three others rendered insensible by the brass 'for 'this purpose that first ; r- -- .'. . +
:It real value to them. la capacity .4. L M F. HOUSE FUR..... ISH a: R :> i
fames rising from the tons of onions in gave any ,
her hold. 1890 the brass rods still retained their regular $25.00 ... Four-Burner Stove # 'T

Acids and other chemicals form dangerous 'Talue val Sale .' '-FLORIDA'S LARGEST FURNITURE STORE Sale, '

cargoes. Carbide of calcium It is quite possible that the rods $19.48 $11-48 '
for inStance. is more dangerous than changed hands in fathom lengths, and ,

:dynamite. AeetyUne gas is made from those who came Into possession of 's

this chemical and the gas is constantly these lengths each cut off a little pieceto .. ,

: given off if the product is exposed procure a little bit of brass for nothing ,

I to air. Some time ago the Hamburg ,and hence the length was gradually .

''hark Hebe was towed into Plymoutl'sound shortened until in 1890 it was fifteen MASTER'S SALE. IN CIRCUIT COURT, 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT SHERIFF'S BALE.;.

England in a disabled condl Inches.. The of shortening continued Notice ia hereby given that under and by OF FLORIDA Notice is hereby given ith t under and b/
process BITS virtue of a final decree to enforce a lien made BRADFORD COUNTY. virtue of a certaia writ .cf creation issued
tion. Her cargo was 200 tons of cat and in 1905 the standard length and rendered April 24th 1914. by the judge of KATIE COWARTVS. out of and under the Hal Of the Circuit Courtin

dam carbide. When the commanderin was only eleven inches. .* OF HISTORYA the Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit and for Bradford County State of Florida
chief at Devonport learned the nature of Florida, in and for Bradford County J. C COWART. bearing date of 22nd, diV of April. A. Q. ,
in chancery sitting in favor of W. J. Thompson BILL FOR 1914 in that certain come therein: pending
of the disabled bark's cargo be Is "Born Criminal!" ,, complainant and against the Southern DIVCRWNOTICE ::. wherein B. B. Waldron nupta'ntitf and Southern -,
adored all the war vessels in the SENATE OF WOMEN. Turpentine Company, a corporation defend- TO APPEAR Turpentine Company a corporation is
sound to take at Hamaze and Is it to be wondered that most authorities ant, the undersigned will offer for sale before THE STATE OF FLORIDATo defendant: I, S. B. Denmark u Sheriff of
refuge are Inclining more and more the court house door at Starke, Florida, during J. C. Cowart. Greeting: Bradford County. Florida have levied upon and
forbade the Hebe to stand in for re rather In the annals of the Roman the legal hours of sale on Monday. June It having been shown by affidavit that the will offer for sale to the hi-h- t and best bidder
pairs until all her perilous cargo bad to find In a faulty environment empire no name Is more conspicuously lat, 1914, to the highest and best bidder for Defendant J. C. Cowart is a non-resident of for cash on Monday June 1. 1914, during the
I than in a bad heredity the explanationof cash the following described personal property the.State of Florida and that the residence legal hours of sale on sAl day in front of
been removed by a barge of the war the boy who ? Not that It distinguished for crime, te-wit: Two bay bone mules one mouse said Defendant.is at Wayeross. Georgia and the court house door in Starke, Bradford
departmentThe goes wrong debauchery and riotous living colored horse mule, one blaek horse mule with that said Defendant is over the age of twentyone County, Florida all of the following described
Tolturno. which burned at sea. is as yet possible and perhaps it never than that of,the Emperor Elag. one eye, and one bay horse mule with lop years. personal property and real estate, to-wit: one
will be possible to rule out entirely the ears five double wagons and harness. It is therefore ordered considered and ad- typrewriter and typewrite drat, one roll top
'had a cargo which included rags, peat abulua, or, as he Is more com Joe Hill Williams judged that the said Defendant J. C. Cowartdo desk, three straight' office hairs, one desk <* J*
barrels of and idea of the "born criminal" A small Special Master in Chancery. chair, one lot of tools three :'anterns and
moss, spirits, tar oils monly known, Hellogabulus. He appear to the Complainant's Bill of Com-
proportion of delinquents unquestionably D. E. Knight, Solicitor for Complainant. one lamp one flat top desk and water cook, '
together with drums of various chemi was but a child of 14 when he plaint herein on or before the 20th day of .
May 1-6t. four storage tanks,: one ttump Duller two
do show almost from infancy an June A. D. 1914 in default whereof a decree
cu IL Water could have little effect on ascended the throne, and a mere pro confesso will be entered against the said storage tanks, three redisHilers, one Westinghouse .
the flames from such a combination I. irresistible and seemingly Instinctive youth of 18 when he died; yet J. C. Cowart.I air compressor, one iron 'water tank.
to but to what MASTER'S SALE. tis further ordered that this notice be published three boilers and two engines, one draw steam
impulse evil just extent -
when had
: it fire. .
caught into his brief reign of three pump,one Smith Valle puotyi' one engine marked
in the Bradford Telegraph
is that under and by
Notice hereby given
Nitric and acids dangerous I this is actually due to inherited Vine one iron water tank,two ylinder ..
sulphuric are years and nine months he man- virtue of a final decree of foreclosure made newspaper published at Starke in Bradford co ,
cargoes and add to the dangersof and irremediable conditions remains to'be aged to crowd more debaucheryand and rendered April 29th. 1914. by the judgeof county weeks.In Florida. once a week for Six' consecutive den brick on.; also one the electric following dynamo ral,estate tic ,ears to-wit of:.
the sea when carried aboard ships. ascertained. Medical progress, in the Circuit court of the Eighth judicial Commencing at the Southw t of Block
and that of 'viler corner
vice a circuit of Florida, in and for Bradford county, Witness Whereof. I have hereunto set fy
Some years ago the Phoenix liner Michigan fact is constantly making it clearer character, than some other Roman in chancery, in favor of G. F. Markillie, com- hand and affixed the seal "of our Circuit Seven in Old Lake But of).;", running thence

was caught in a gale while coming that many supposed instances of "in- emperors were able to do In plainant, and against Willie E. Barclay and 1914.Court on. this the 11th day of May A. D. East North fifty 80 feet feet, to thence point North beginning twenty-five, thence feet

to this country. She had a deck- nate depravity" are in reality the re- a long life-time. He was an effeminate W.undersigned C. Barclay will her offer husband for ,sale defendants before the the W. T. WEEKS. Clark thence West fifty feet, tb otp South twenty- .

.load of sulphuric and muriatic acid in sult of curable physical defects and withno court house door at Starke, Florida, duringthe By R. A. Weeks, D. C. five feet to point of beginning. .
I youth, apparently Also Blocks one two, tour and five, and
metal drums. A washed sometimes of defects that legal hours of sale on Monday, June 1st, A. S .Crews.
huge sea over are compar- tendencies whatever toward the East half of Block three in B'L. New-
Solicitor for
I 1914,to the highest and beet bidder for cash the Comp.
the forward deck and broke a number atively slight-H. Addlngton Bruce in manliness. Yet he la credited following described: real estate! lying and beingin May 15-6t som's addition to the Cit( of Lake Butler :
I Florida The same having.tnenleviedspotas
et the acid drums from their lashings,. Century. Bradford county State of Florida, to-wit: :
the of the hern ,
with one thing that was not altogether property Spat Turpentine ;
half of Southwest and Southeast
ending them crashing around the North quarter Company a co'lOration.d will be fold to
bad; he created a senate quarter of Section Twenty-eight, Township IN CIRCUIT COURT, 8TH JUDICIAL CIR satisfy said>execution and Mat I IB. i.
deck. Volunteers were called for tot Turkish Smoking Pipes. or deliberative body composed Four. South Range Twenty-one, East, con- CUIT OF FLORIDA. B. iMnmarl-, .
heave the drums overboard. The crashIng The "hookah" is a large tobacco pipe entirely of women.. This taining two hundred forty acres, fore or le& BRADFORD COUNTY Sheriff Bradford Comity, Florida.D. f
A. S. Crews,
of the sea and the rolling on the much used in Turkey, Persia and other r mate occupied the Quirinal, but Special Master in Chancery. BRIDA INGRAMVS. May. E.1.Knight 6t Attorney for I'aintiff. -
deck had split some of the containersand Thos. W. Fielding. Solicitor for Complainant.
eastern countries. It consists of two .
Instead of discussing. affairs of WILL INGRAM
May l-5t.
the acid burned the flesh of the
bowls, one placed over the other. The state and methods of BILL FOR !
tailors who responded to the call for DIVORCE
bowl contains the tobacco and is
upper ment the confined their
volunteers The battle with the deadly NOTICE TO APPEAR. Notice is hereby given thai lj> and under s }
connected by a tube with the lower, deliberation THE STATE OF FLORIDATo
acid drums entirely to questions Poverty. virtue of that certain' writ of Execution fe-
waged for an hour.- Man which is partially filled with water. of dress, toilet and etc Her Suitor-I admit I am poor, but Will Ingram Greeeting: suing: out of and under the fJ of the Circuit
after man was forced to fall out from It having been shown by affidavit that the Court in and for Bradford County State of
the'line of battle and go below to The' connecting tube passes down into quette. poverty Is no crime. Her Father-Er- Defendant Will Ingram it.a citizen of the Florida bearing date of March 4.,A. D. 1914. '
!'have the water. The stem which is usuallya no. Not until you commit something State of Florida but that his whereabouts is in that certain cause pending wherein O. 1*
his wounds dressed. When the unknown and that said defendant is over the
Thomas is plaintiff and L. t. Smith and B. A.
flexible is connected with
Urnation 'was becoming critical the long tube. eIFle.-JlIdgt age of twenty-one, and that there is no one McCubbins, late partners doing business undrr ;
the air above the water and thus in the State of Florida on whom service can ,
' danger space the firm name and style of Smith & McCub-
was eliminated the it had I
way had bind said Defendant.It
be to
bins are defendants I, S. B. Denmark, aa
the smoke the
must through water -
come-by another wave washing over pass is therefore considered and adjudged Sheriff of Bradford County Floriee, have
the vessel and carrying away the unfastened before reaching the smoker. In ; that the said Defendant Will Ingram levied upon and will offer for sale to the
I do appear to the Complainant's Bill of Com- highest and best bidder for cash
passing through it is cooled and deprived on
drums and of the lee rail the'20th of
part plaint herein on or before day June 1st, 1914, between the legal hours of
Shipmasters dislike carrying drums of most of its harmful constit- June A. D. 1914 in default whereof a decree sale at the former residence o' the said '
: of acid where they cannot be reached uents. Ia pro con lli8O! will be entered against the said L. C. Smith in the town of Ra.forl inBrM-
Will Ingram.It ford County, State of Florida, ill of the
readily. A Chilean ship put In at the is further ordered that this notice be following named penonat troiWrty; One
, Falkland Islands leaking badly. Her Needless Advice. published in the Bradford County Telegraph Piano, one Sofa one Side : >uard; two WashStands
I a newspaper published at Starke in Bradford two Bureaus, 3wae,
cargo was made of drums of acid "How are you getting on at your one one Refrigerator
up IN county Florida ones each week for six un- one Gramophone, one Safe,two Center
and chalk. The acid had leaked from new place?" asked a lady of a girl gecutive weeks. Tables one Stump Puller use tot at Pictures, _,
the drums and mixed: with the chalk, whom she bad recommended for a sit- STOCKPLLUIU In Witness Whereof. I have hereunto set four Chairs one Trunk of. Crockery War..
my hand and affixed the seal of our Circuit Lampe, fruit Jan, one Jersey Cow, and one a i t
forming carbonic acid gas in the hold. uation. Court on this the 9th day of May A. D., 1914. Jersey Yearling. The same:wing levied uponas
Thl gas is deadly and the crew could "Very well, thank you," answeredthe 1 0 RESAWS STEAM FEEDS W. T. WEEKS. Clerk. the property of L. C. Smith one of the y=
:Dot make acid MATCHERS SELF FEED RIP By R. A. Weeks D. C. defendants, and will be sold to liit'-a'y said
repairs. Meantime the girL"I'm
TOWER EDGERS TRIMMERS A. S. Crews execution and cost : f
, bad gathered at the bottom of the hold glad to hear it," said the lady. Solicitor for Comp. S. B. Denmark.Sberiff .
:' and eaten away the iron frames of the "Your employer is a very nice person, + PERKIXS' SHINGLE MACHINERYENGINES May 156UNOTICE of Bradford County, }la. i
'hlp.-New up to 401. SAWMILLS A. Z. Adkins Attorney for. fb.intiJf.N .
York Press. and you cannot do too much for her."
BOILERS up to 40 k. -, Light and Heavy
: "I don't mean to. ma'am." was the OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
For His Own Use. innocent reply.-London Answers. EXCISES STEAM FEEDS UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4ssJ.,
A small boy who was sitting next to LAWS OF FLO IDA.
a very haughty lady in a crowded om- Out of His Mouth. LATH MILLS STAVE HILLS Notice is hereby given that Ceo. E. Kelley Notice is hereby given tbht A. A. Patch,
DISSTOX SAWS purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 59 dated purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 40, dated the '
nlbus kept on sniffing in a most annoy His youngest grandchild had man- of the 6th day of June A. D. 1910. has filed said Eth day of June A. D. 19I.bay filed ud
make 1
lug manner. At last the lady could bear aged to get (1o session of a primer and f( SAW .BITS for 'ell sawn certificate in my office and has made appli- certificate in ray office, and t.u'IIJaJe application -
BOXES cation for tax deed to issue in accordancewith for deed with
ft 1 SHAFTIXG .PCLLE'"S tax to issue ia accordance
o longer I
and turned to the lad. was trying to eat it
j BELTIXG. 4 grades medium to best law. Said certificate embraces the following law. Said certificate embrwfs the following
"Boy, have you got a handkerchief "Pardon me for taking the words described property situated in Brad described property situated in Bradford county
she demanded.The out of mouth LOG CHAIXS CAXT HOOKS TOXGS ford county. Florida to-witNW% ofSWtt Florida to-wit' : SW, of ;NE'i Sec 23. 'f!) i
little said the
your one. EVERYTHING FOR THE See. 15 Tp 6, S. Range 21 E 40 A. The ea'd Ii, S. R. 29 East.' The said Jjn4 bt jajr asersc-
small boy looked at her for a few professor hastily interposing.-Chicago SAWMILL: land being assessed at the date of issuance ed at the date of the issuance of such cert; ;%-
: .seconds, and then. in a dignified tone. Tribune. / of such certificate in the name Unknown eats in the name of Unkpowa tiniest ad
came.the answer Write forPrices unless said certificate shall be redeemed ,according certificate shall be redeemediMeordirw+ to.laa.
I to law tax deed will issue thereonon tar deed will issue thereon 0n the jot datf
i "Tcs. .1 'tie. but I don't lend It to Incivility. e f y the 1st day of June A. D. 1914. June A. D. 1914. f .
.j. ',...*.'--''-Lo n d OD Mail. Witness my official signature and seal this Witness my official signs'sre and seal this
A man has no more right to say an 1 / the 2nd day of May A. D. 1914. the 2ith day of April A. D. 1911. ?
},' uncivil thing than to act one-no more N I W. T. WEEKS. V. T. Weekk!
d + Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford County, Clerk C'irwitCoart.:' Rndfor
fi :' do Is not lost,.though right to say a rude thing to another Florida. (uaty-loriJa.. F,

li".l' ',& ; than to knock hIm down.-Johnson. t By a A. Weeks D. CMay85t By .B; A. Weeks,.D.C.
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'i LAKE BUTLER FM. Crews Saturday. .. a
". Mr. J. W. Priester, our freight IMr. W. Glenn Crews, of Dade City, :

'. agent at the A. C .L.., has returned visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. t : .
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tf, from the hospital, whef! .he went for M. Crews, here and his sister, Miss '
( ; treatment for blood poisoning. The Florence, at Starke, last week. ,

wound is much .improved, but he is Mrs. R. D. Lang, of Clay Hill, wasa -
i : far from well. visitor. to Starke Thursday.Miss f r r SS

, I ;. :::./ The school commencement exercises -. 5 Florence Crews, of Starke, :!

, I :. passed og-welL They all acquitted visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. _
, :1?, themselves creditably. Diplomas M. Crews, the latter part of the week

I :. were presented to Miss Inez Markey Mrs. H.'C. Wimberly was a visitorto N t< ; UNTINGstfdf ,

t : .. and Mr. Malcolm'Rieherd. Professor Jacksonville Friday.Mr. s

'; Draper gave an address on "Dream- .,R. L. Crews was a business ii

I ing," treating his subject from a visitor to Starke Thursday.Mr. -

'/' psychological standpoint He maintained Charley Wilkinson, of Clay

j that every act necessitated a Hill has changed his course and is No more hunting for the tobacco that
and forced visitor to Mr. Marr's
mental imag) e a dream, now a frequent ,
t." the fact that character depended on Mr. A. H. Wilkinson was a visi- suits F
[ the kind of dreams indulged in. It tor to Mr. Marr's Sunday. Miss Ellais you. :

r was a splendid, well-thought-out' address. the attraction.Mr. Not after yo found STAG-rich-ripe-mellow-fragrant-full

:" Geo. E. Wilkinson visited his
bodied-yei cqubitely .
-: '> The strain of commencement work, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wilkinson : MILD. i r

.:' and the amount mental anxiety attached on Clay Hill Sunday. Convenb t Packages: The Handy HalfSizeCent Tin the Fuli-Size
I --, to his too much for -
ovce was -
JO-CentTin, the Pound and Half-Pound Tin Humidors and the '
Pound Humidor.
Glass 411 M llll
Jfr. Draper, for, at the close of the NEW RIVER I111IIIl

f- ; exercises he fell in faint before he The New River truck growers .enjoyed 1 r

'.' could leave the platform. a nice rain Friday. STAGTO I

'; \, .'The young people are very pleased Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Newsome and S S "No Bite, :

at the re-appointment of the professor little Ion, Oris, who have been visiting TAfi "No SOag,' ';

and most of the teachers.; Iffy and Mrs. B. J. Sapp, of New

This has been a very successful River,.returned to their home in Mulberry "No Bag,

I Saturday.Mr. "No
r school term. !! String.
and Mrs. D. Hunt and son H. For and
; Miss Mary Rieherd remains to con- Pipe Cigarette"EVERIASTINGLY IIIIIIIIQ lu
duct a summer school. Miss Rie- B., drove from Mullberry n their car jII,

herd is an accomplished teacher, mis- last week asd were the guests of Mr. A .

A '. tress of the important sciences, as and, Mrs B. J. Sapp for a few days. GOOD te' Mrp. w .

well as several languages, ancient The Hon. M.'.. Sapp made a flying

F S.- and modern. We wish her much suc trip to Jacksonville Friday to visit

r: cess. the reunion and reports nice trip.

' : .. Mr. and Mrs. Georg Stallings, late The New River Truck Growers
". .. of Bradford County Tunes, are leaving will start the car lot shipment of

" tt' this week for Bronson, Fla. They their truck Wednesday night. B ACCO =

I. will not move their household effects The New River Literary Society

r; just at present will ably discuss the prohibition
-t". -Oscar McCormick, first speaker. Wills, D. C. Jones and J. 0.' 'Haynes.Rev. .
. has taken subject Friday night. Everybodycome
Mr. T. J. Younger charge + ffdMffffff + + + + + + + t1r
; of the Times. He is an experienced and be with us. Saturday morning. General sub- B. T. Rape pastor ,of the Methodist -

i. newspaper 'man; having had chargeof A party of New River folks en- ject, "What is the duty of the churchto church, conducted the funeral + NOTICE TO ELECTRIC LIGHT +

a daily paper just before coming joyed a nice fish fry last Friday on, its deacons?"-!? W. Rosier, first services, paying a beautiful tributeto + AND 'WATER PATRONS +

to us. He is a practical printer as the banks of Old New River. I speaker. the deceased. f f

I, well as an 'editor, ready to step into I wonder if Cot Floyd Greene Saturday afternoon, orphanage. Mrs. Wills leaves to mourn her 4' + ttftf tff + tffl + f +

the ,breach when occasion requires. enjoyed his trip to Worthington "What is the relationship existing death her four children, Mrs. D. A. tf
between the Baptist church and the Weeks, of LaCrosse Walter* Wills There seems to be various inter-
Mr. 'Lockwood and his daughter, Springs last Sunday week. "I sup- ,
a r.:. ". May, saved the situation when the pose so." orphans home?"-Albert Murray, Tampa, D. M. and Miss Hattie Wills, pretations as ,to the requiremests necessary -

- t'I. printers deserted ,toyn, giving us Mr. B. F. Renfroe attended churchat first speaker. of Starke. Other near relatives are, for electric light and water

'':t ;,: a good paper two'weeks in success- ,Sampsos last Susday. Saturday night, Missions. Subject, Judge James T. Wills, of Gainesville, parons to get the discount on their
j "What relation does the and Dr. J. C. Wills Mrs. A. H. Freeman bills so to make it plain we will say
i ion. Mr. Lockwood is also editor of Mr. R. A. Greene, of Gainesville, pastor ,
laity of the church have to the mis- Mrs. C. W Liddon of Starke Mr. that ALL BILLS MUST BE PAID
r. the Star. How he did the two we visited his parents here last Saturdayand ,
sion cause-H. S. first Harry Walker of New and ON OR BEFORE THE SEVENTHOF
I cannot telL I Sunday.Mr. Sapp, ,
I',. Miss Nelly Logan 'is now able to and Mrs. E. R. PoppeU and speaker. I four grandchildren, Carrie, Walter, EACH MONTH, NO EXCUSE

: sit'up a few minutes each day. Her little son, of Baldwin, visited Mr. Sunday morning Sunday School Bessie and Hattie Weeks, of La WHATEVER WILL BE TAKEN.If .

:! friends during 'her sickness have' and Mrs. J. H. Poppell last Sunday. "What influence should the church Crosse. there is anything about your bill

been friends I' indeed. Sickness give to the Sunday school?" Jas. Con- The profound sympathy of our that is not plain or any error, pay d AaV"rgle

!t. is fast vanishing from our midst MAXVILLE way, first speaker. townspeople and of many friends in he bill and we will recify it after-

It is impossible that it should stay Mission sermon at llo 'clock by'Elder the county and state is with the sor- wards. If you do not know the
t F. F. Bardin is shipping eighteen
long in Lake Butler. Naturally it is J. E. Black.Collection rowing family in their great bereavement amosnt of your bill, step into the .
carloads of ties each week
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: office of the superintendent and ask.As .
for mission r
,l! one of thehealthiest towns in thet cause.
Mrs. Ernest House arrived Wednesday
state. Adjournment.Jas. Mrs. Carrie W. Wills, wife of the time has gone along; the pat-
morning and live in their new Strickland, Moderator late Judge Wm. W. Wills and daughter ronage of the plant has become greater tis'
:tf Dr. Lee met with, a painful accident home east of town. .. $ r
f J. H. Clerk. of Malcolm Walker er, much that we were compelled }
a few days ago. Being an accomplished The Maxville mill into Sapp, prominent '
was put op-
to change theold of collecting
'>' attorney of North Georgia, was born system
4 + horseman, 'he was in the : '
eration this week.
habit of trying out our local "out- again WATER OAK at Clarksville, Ga., in 1838. At the for, it had become a hardship on I x
ir Doris, the two year old daughterof We glad'to Mrs. N., the plant account of I -"
are on
report C. early of 16 she became a repuiring so .
laws. When trying to mount one : age years y-
and Mrs. W. B. Newbern died ,
Mr. .o{
t of these "friskies" started off, and 'Wainwright improving. She is able school teacher and continued in this much time of our superintendent, VERNON JONES: l-
UN Sunday night. Her death was caused to be sitting up some. work for a number of at Dalon- which' time is needed 'on other-workso Candidate for
before he could unloose the reins years County Tr
I and bad cold. A
by Whooping cough a Elder G. R. Laramore filled his Ga. and in Florida where we allow a discount as an incentive -
points County
from his hand it had dragged him aif short funeral service held at ega Bradford ::.
: : considerable length, bruising him, was i regular appointment at Heilbronn. she lived. She moved to Florida with 'to bring the patrons to his office .
the home Monday night by Rev. Ernest church Saturday and Sunday.Joe I her parents before the Civil War. but to make it effective and treat all -it"f- :
and cutting deep gashes in his'arm..
House and the body was takento ttf + ftfftff.. f..
I Had Conner and wife, of Raiford, She was married to Judge Wills February alike we cannot take any excuses
t Bro. Lee once got on his back Ocala for burial. + !
;', ;. nothing wopld have put his off, but Tie Inspector Hopkins' is in Max- were visiting the home of J. E. J. 3d, 1864, and they lived at Ft. whatever.' You know you ar', a pa- + AN ,HONEST PLATFO.
tron of the
Wainwright Sundap. plant and on the vrst'of '''
Call, in the western of this ''
the horse took a mean advantage of ville this week. part f
.,., him. S. P.again, Wiley of 'Jacksonville spenta Louis Clemmons went to Brooker county, until 1881, when they moved, the month you,know'you ,owe something .0 ... '.. ..4.., .....
and brought back one of their belles, to Starke where she the : so if you want the discount yoa
Services will be held in the Baptist spent re
jf of the week the
part looking over Public affairs arc not in i
Miss Loca must bill
Morgan. before the
mainder of her life. pay your on or
and Christian churches andevening ''
t morning
properties of the Maxville Farm and tory condition and public op
= E Crews was visiting in our midst Mrs. Wills of brilliant 7th of each month.
was a woman -
on Sunday.
% Dr. J. W. Bingham, Presiding Elder Development Company.Rev. Sunday. Mr. Crews is.one of WaterOak's mind and rare culture, and her The superintendent will be in his to the best methods of bringinc,
here last
Phillips preached < the desired results is con
oldest office at J. R.
citizess.A. Davis & Co's from 10
of the Methodist church in charity to those who needed her help
: town in Friday. Saturday night and Sunday.N. A. Wainwright, of Starke, 'was unfailing. As Miss Carolyn Walker a. In. to 12 m. and from 1 p. m. to changing, which has led to much

t The Lake Butler Drug Co. has installed T. Ritch, Jr. of Raiford, was in visiting at home Sunday. I: she faced the perilous period of the 3 p. m. on the 4th, 5th, 6th, and 7th ty; needless and ineffective
Maxville on business Monday.ENTERPRISE tion. I, as an honest and'h
of each month. On the 1st 2nd and
a beautiful $200.00 Hexaphone Civil War and was a stay indeed to <
ay (I think it is) workin on the phonograph DEATH OF MRS. CARRIE WILLS her aged ,parents. As the helpmeetof 3rd of each month the superintendent candidate for Democratic '

;; principle. It contains a battery Sadness settled over our little city her husband she was of invaluable will endeavor to inform all of the tion to the office of Rep ,:

t of reocords, which can be turned Rev. J. J. Phillips filled his regular Tuesday afternoon when it was learn assistance during his administrationas amount of their bills but sometimes I jfrom Bradford County, 'ma>n

loose, on the insertion if a ,nickel in appointment at Maxville Sunday. ed that one of oldest and most be- judge for many years and in his important work will prevent him and {I i hasty, dazzling promises to the

.' the slot Its music is mellow and Mr. 'Jerry Witcher attended the U. loved woman, Mrs. C. A. Wills, had service as a member of,the state leg': so failure to get notice will not be pie to secure their support. '11. _

< fine. C. V. reunion at Jacksonville last passed away at 4:30 o'clock, afteran islature for two terms. .Followingthe I taken as an excuse. ,I jno I promise to support or oppcsbills j

week. illness of about four months with death of her husband in 1884 We hope that the patrons,will appreciate resolutions, or memorial,

Mr. 0. J. Phillips returned home liver trouble. she unflinchingly took up life's tasks our efforts and will cheer- I have sufficient time tosa''

t -HIGHLAND Tuesday from Fernandina, where he Throughout her illness Mrs. Wills with four small children and so man' fully abide by our rules. ordinary, intelligent person of j

Messrs. R. T. Smith, F. M. Crews has been visiting his sister. He also had the devoted attention of her four aged her home and affairs as to rear Yours truly. worthiness- or' unworthiness "a '

and B. ,Wilkinson were visitors to attended the reunion in Jacksonville children and two nephews, Drs. J. them in love and devotion to each BOARD OF BOND TRUSTEES measure at issue. ",5-

'i ; Jacksonville Friday. Friday.Mr. C. Wills and T> H. Freeman, but God other. TOWN OF STARKE, FLA. My only promise to the peop
Mrs. W. J. Hardee, of Gainesville, :That 1 will special,atten .
J. S. Phillips returned home to called her and she answered the sum- Mrs. Wills was a consistent mem pay '
,. is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs.F. thoughtfully consider and
Miami.Friday.Mr. mons. ber of the Methodist church for near CARD TO THE PUBLIC
M. Crews, this week. A. C. Winar of Jacksonville /The casket her work for :what they need end:
containing body ly 65: years She was a charter mem- Baldwin, Fla May 2,1914.
rz i Rev. Willie Taylor, of Baldwin, at the tirte I am serving ,tie_ ,
representing the Merchants Grocery was borne to the train at 6:45 Wed- ber of the Starke Wom ns' Christian Dear Editor.
filled his regular appointment here Co. of that called on Mr. H. nesday morning covered with \ Representative, should they see.
city, exquisite Temperance Union and was devotedto Please allow me space in your paper
r Saturday.. S. Norman Saturday.We roses and lilies, of which she the promotion of its principles. for the following card bestow that honortupon) me. ;'
rt'' ; Mr. A. H. Wilkinson of
Clay Hill I Bradford County',
am a
wonder why Hess and Rowe was so fond. Noticagle among the Being a gifted writer she contributed : To the citizens"of Bradford county. o'
joined the Baptist church ,
and was was born and raised near
have stopped hunting. floral offerings was a beautiful piece to the cause in large measure and Owing to future financial contracts
Black baptized Creek.by 'Mr. Taylor, Sunday at Everybody and his brother attaended from the Starke Womans' Christian never lacked for beautiful things to that I have been able to make since and have lived and worked L

Mr. W. M. Austin the reunion at Jacksonivlle last Temperance Union, of which the de say and do for her loved work.ANNOUNCEMENT entering upon the political arenaI county ate my life.
; visitor to will
was a Your
week. This means all who went and ceased was a devoted member. The have decided to drop from the race support and vote _

do not receive personal mention. family and other relatives and friends for tax collector.I predated and remembered ._

accompanied the remains to Ft. Call, The season of 1914 will be formally take this method of thanking all alty and Fonesty.-
BLACK CREEK UNION. where from the old church where she opened at the popular resort, Worth- who were willing to risk me this hon Earnestly yob

i- have the first symptom of a run-oW11 The Black \Creek. Union meetingwill and her' husband worshipped many ington on Friday evening the 15th or to my trust, assuring them, that TRUMAN G. Ft1T

ceal system,and nervous people too often con- convene with Black Creek church years, and from which his funeralwas of May, with a grand ball. Special they could not have trusted one more May 8-4tf
*L aches and pains and suffer in held thirty years ago, the last music for the occasion has been se ,I appreciative.
silence.while May 29 30 31.
,if"gkeled,this condition Elder J. F. McBridewill
Id* often foreruns more serious trouble. preach the introductory tribute of love and respect was paid cured, and every body is cordially in I I will at this time state that I purpose NOTICE.In '
> If those so afflicted would sermon her before she was laid to rest bevited to attend. I the mrtter of the estate of
> medicine stoo taking Friday morning at 11 o'clock. to be in politics two years from tins, deco. M? Notice to the sett
; containing alcohol or drugs side him. The new hotel Worthington will this of Louisa Jenkins, deceased. Iate.+f
a now hope to have the
which menace the foundations of health Subject for afternoon, "What Lit- The same generous ford county,State of Florida, and as.
g1 and just take the pure strengthening terature Should we keep in our homes pall-bearers were, C. L. Peek, season: be .under the management of support accorded me as 'in whom it mar concern, are hereof
(!- sonashmentinScott'sEmulsionitwould except the Bible' for F. A. Scott, E. S. ,Matthews, J. C. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McCranie, formerly the present campaign. that four wteka after the first
create new blood to our children to hereof and their failure to apply f+'
fe. palate through the read?" with the Ocala House, Ocala Fla. istration -her will '
-Crews Wainwright Again thanking on estate I aP
organs refresh th ,ir bodies and build firstspeaker. you.
l' the up To Prevent Blood Thanking all in adance for creditor of;Routes Jenkins or otket
whole Poisoning their Your
nervous system. It is rich true friend and citizen, son to administer on the lam*, p
i 1 Sustaining taaola nourishment,free thorn; trines., Friday night) temperance. "whenl POaT1a'SANTISER''icRSLiNGOILaaarn apply at once'the wonderful reliable DR. patronage, and asking you to remember E. R. POPPELL. authorized by lav. "
or drags. Shun CEO A. GABDDS
l and ,where should temperance' cease. .Zical.. dressing... that relieves pain and heals at the opening. dance. -S County Ju4 a of Bradford Cooob
s i i 4 t '" 1 I'-- time. Not a-liniment.-. .2tt.SOc.$1.00. Yours for pleasure Telegraph, $1.50 year. May Dated IWt thb nth, day of May A-
S J. J. ,McCRANIE.: ,

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