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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 19, 1910
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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'MORE ABOUT.. DRAINAGE. i I COLORED BAPTISMAL\ NEAR r, HAMPTON.easiness WRANGLE \till .STUBBORN BULL. SURVEY CF CANAL. ROUTES COMPLETED i DEATH OF MRS. DELLA POSTON. f. DOES PROHIBITION PROHIBIT?. '. .- ,, :

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5g [proximate J Outline fll The Way It Like Ceremony Performed In I D. M. Riggs Has Strenuous Time With Strong Probability That Work On Ship Estimable Lady Died at Green tore Mr. Fulch Discusses-- la ,I.. ..j, .. ..
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&' Should Be Done. Boatdraln Creek Sunday. Homesick Bovine. Canal Will Soon Begin I. Springs August 8. Slblec -. :A' 'fAb.iOIblnJ

When.. the Telegraph a short time ago. Parson Murray a colored Baptist and D. M. Riggs, a young market man of St. Augustine, Aug. 16.-While it is :Mrs. Della Poston, wife of :Mr. Fred -. .; .

' Z !bed the matttr of creating a drain- valiant sfildier of the \ :oss, has put in this city, had an experience at cattle doubtful if anything definite will be I Poston, died Monday night,at 11 o'clock. EDITOR" TEUOlUPHI: i \' ;..,

e district of the territory drained by some heavy licks of lat and made many driving the other day that he does not given out regarding the matter until the Because of its suddenness the death of If tition doe not prc.htit, as the .V

gator creek little attention was givf' i converts among his people. Last Sun care to have repeated. He had boughta War Department in Washington has I this estimable ]lady came as a great shockto advocates cf saloons !are so fjmd orsay.inll. '

J1 the subject as it was too1rd fat bull from A. this may with truth besafuiof all pe ;
thought day he rounded up fourteen new mem- young Sullivan, near- passed on the recommendations submitted her many friends and the public in' -*

and too costly to bring i t about. i. bers of his flock, and a baptism of them Theressa, and j roceef: to drive him by the special board of engineers general, because very few knew she was nay law. As a matter cf fact;; here is Ho
r Peek's article.in a later issue, home. The bull seemed from I penal law on the statute bpo ks that is ..
boner
took place on Boatdrain creek, west of unwilling through Col. Dan C. Kiugman regarding sick at all, and none, not even the attend-
etting forth the by which it the start to break the nder ties which not at some time violated t-i: fortunate1Ymanyof ,
means
Hampton rt
'- L in the afternoon.The I the best route for a ship canal across ing physician or her husband realized
-paid be accomplished aqd'Showif r weather being very uncertain held him to his home and tale a journey I Florida, it can be almost definitely stat- the seriousness of her condition. the laws that are* Imeet: universally

1 was easy: nongh..t9 create ad et these days Parson Murray, in order to that would leai but to the grave, and ''j'ei that these recommendations will Mrs. Poston, prior to her marriage, admitted to be prope t and necessary yV

fsti'ct,,caused All.. far saffer- I ran off the road into the ponds, where, 'I are frequently violated; Is it nota W-
expedite the work, had engaged Cor- name a route leadingdown the St. Johns was :Miss Della Albritton, of Callahan. x
; lJt.from lack of draina facility to nelius Yates, a worthy negro G feet 10 ug; on account of thick: underbrush and I river for some distance and thence westward She and/Mr.: Poston were married about very small percentage of 6cr people
jiink: over the'matter, bnt they still fear boggy bottoms, Mr. RipgK could not follow i I of Florida who really believe that the ,
inches tall, to do the dipping., The creek to the gulf.Beginning two years ago and about a year ago they ;. .
kbat the expanses will be unwarrantably] was high, the current strong and the him. He had a. dog alon;{, bu' as over a year ago; steps were moved to Green Cove Springs and Mr. laws against arJu.tery and big irsy ought" r
t' t..eavy. '1. intention of what follows the to( be repealed:? We all know thatlhese r.
| soon as canine had fastened his
bottom boggy, but "Cornr" weighs 250 taken preparatory to the survey of a Poston accepted the position of head
.4. i to reassure'.theofoartbis point and to pounds, wears No. 10 shops and could teeth in the bull's hide the latter would routs for the ship canal across the state salesman with the Wilson Mercantile Co. I laws touch: a moral questionand that ..

s ;ive an outline of hoythe work of lro.lug stand as firm as a light ho \6. He had i duck so that: the dog's head got under and vt the same time for the surveying moving here she endeared herself I. they| do not prevent these ofieh es. Yet : .
tf optlfl for thar ditches is likely water and had to let When the distance do we hear any outcry against! these a .
officiated on former occasions and had i go. of the waterways down the east coast as to all who camp in contact with her : -
t.Jl 4 t fie done.:; .Jja-riewtaf the fact that the been known, when a cloui.looked too 1 between the ponds w@s long the) provided for in the bill for a Boston to by her gentle manner and loveable dis- I statutes| because they are designed to t

Isfefcl, potato and tlW sugar cane cropt. bull often turned to charge the driver, I .prever-t a mOl al evil f r becacite they do .,
threatening, to dip two candidates at a Key West waterway, introduced in congress position. All who knew her loved her, r
lll.b? cat off considerably on all low time. The news of the.,.baptism had and the pony the latter rode had to do I by Congressman J. Hampton all who associated with her were elevatSince I not sue eed in that defign'r' ;r V ,

tt' : j fjpg lands, that muca necessary work been spread and a large number of white Marathon stunts to escape being gored Moore, of Philadelphia, and passed. ed by the contact. Her heart was a Our friends who oppose; prohibition*' VV ',
'off 'Mt be done and the roads have h- At last when icause "it does uct-p-ohitit may say :
wat> as well as colored people w,re in attend- leaching E. B. Dees' The surveys for the ship canal have storehouse of purity, tenderness and love.
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s *ay in places fro lack of place, Mr. Ricjjs Raw the of that these laws do not in ternfcs prohibitthe
proper ance. The creek: co ad-the color futility trying been completed and all specifications and It seemed a pity for one so young, one
$lnage, it is hoped iF all-concerned to get the ball to Starke he asked offenses against! which thjfy are di ,
; line the white people bemgon, e side, so figures forwarded to Washington with so much to live for, and one so ,
k' r reading this artful will come to- V Mr. Does to- call rected. Such a contention .is wholly .
together
V the colored on the other. some neighbors through! Col. Kingman's office. The much beloved to die, but the Supreme ?
er and take steps'qt' starting the Let 'em s to help him catch an I tie the ani without merit and simply idribbling.. .
remember this occasion, local men in charge of the survey were Ruler of the universe knows best: amiI
d rk. mal. Soon half broadly speaking, the [objct of ?.R '
the admonition. i a dozen men on horseback ,
was preacher's ) somewhat reticent and it has been stated meek submission to His will is the best
ti ,' :This i section of BradfordT law, as is well known, is to command;
con- armed with
couuty "They shall sho' cow whips, and a
remember hat that .
;if, replied nothing could be given out concern- panacea humanity has found in the
A r ts of low terraced hills'an dozen what is right and to prohibit, what is
be- )
ridges Corny in deep, convincing tones. dogs were after the bull. He I ng the route found the best until the hours of bitter bereavement, sorrow and
reen which are defined watercourses made wrong. The penalties of th4 law are
One by one the candidates: enrered the desperate resistance, but had at department has gone over the matter.! trial.
H : connected cypress ponds, W re- eddies and last to give up the fight. While the not merely to punish those w$o violate
swirling were grabbed by One survey followed the old' route up :Mrs. Poston was a devout member of r
i_ ive and to some extent "ofCo held him the the law but more especially tqdeter the '
dogs
carry men slipped
,Corny nd held deep under water "whileTtfia ropes the St. Marys from near Fernandina the Methodist church, and her's was a
: n.off from the higher land. But cyi ( preacher said the ritual. The Victims around his legs and threw him. A slit and leading westward to the Suwanee beautiful and unselfish Christian life-.. people from violating the In other

' i to be found on all levels half drowned, splashed and licked.X was made in his nose _cartilage, a rope and down that stream to the gulf. gurantee that where she has gone she words, it is the object of :law'j gislature ,
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T x ,,i1U'6! (nary for a farmer to run but prny held them down till LeVassure inserted and the bull was securely tied Another survey followed the St. Johns I will be happier than if she had remained in enacting a statute to the doing

+ nearest pond below him. t ey would remember it. Some of to a tree while Mr. Riggs came to Starke from its mouth for some distance and ; here. of the very things for which Ithe penalties y t

h rtvill ditch to the same the ewe-lambs of the flock, who had, to for a wagon and butchering appliances- then struck across Bradford county and' Besides a devoted husband Mrs. Pot- are imposed is not tjbe objector

|in(| >until' &slops over after heavy rains wade out chin-deep, were treated .with When he returned the bull was killed on to the gulf. Still another began at ton leaves a mother father; several sisters the desire of the lawma1.iu body to If 3 ;? -

jipoaging the &nds below it. The far.'ra but old and the greater part of the beef was inflict punishment upon theIr citizen -il
leniency, tough crap "-hooters' the historic Matanzas inlet south of St. and brothers, and a host of otlu ; :
i there ronst ditch to get rid t f this were held under as long as they ftmld sold to those who had assisted him Augustine and cut straight across St. relatives and friends, to mourn her 108.'. The penalty is attached main!y as a de .aJ '

water pd run their ditches to a bear itf'K : f> UNNATURAL PARENT-GIVEN-- FLOGGING.1 Johns, Putnam and other counties for The body was carried to Callahan terrent-to prevent the doing 'If| certain V
d' water lower things named in the statute. It is '
or course than their en- .
som Cidents drew smiles from the
the gulf. All point in the direction of Wednesday morning to be laid tg rest in

ids. This) causes "sobbing" and whitaurople: and Corny who is totally Negroes Visit Summary Punishment on Cedar Keys. On each line or; surveycareful the family burying ground. Several of tirely proper and even necessary, as a r,
lashing of land rule, that punishment be intiicwed
815 lower
on a level upon
devoioof-a. sense of humor looked ate measurements were taken V regarding the friends of the deceased and Mr. Pos .
id he there y4, % *' Member of Their Race. one who violates the law. la; such Case
( fajoiers; are likely to bdefen' them reproachfully aud muttered tha t the amount of rainfall during ton accompanied tne remains.GreenCove

t; : ess. as the branch that their he couldnT nderstand what the white Sunday news was spread about among the year, the character and quality of I < Springs Times. the penalty has a twofold aspect-pun- ...

'_ ipstintois already overflowing, folks could fin Jto laugh at. t\\ the colored people of Sampson City that 11 the soil, and information was also secured ishment.of the individual for 11s violation .

: i hrareek that the, branch empties I Iiri The occasion f\r jras a success-Bnd will William Bug)*, also colored, lend committed regarding the water available from (Conversation; Parly. of the law and for an av mpe! /

q the same fix, as, from the pro- long be remembered both b3r the actors a criminal assault npr>n his danght3r the lakes of the interior for supplyinglocks Misses Lois and Louise Peek entertained others to deter: them from likewise violating -

luW-'jnst described many times aswater and by the spectators. Bessie Bugg, the day before. They for a lock canal. The survey was at a Conversation J the same law. .' =
aCW"' has been emptied into did not propose: to let this crime go unpunished no small undertaking and Party Saturday No advocate of prohibit: -3[rectsthe- :t-:
required many
evening their home Madison
on streetin
than nature intended for it to carryThe Hard Customer; to Pleas and Monday night a crowd of months of effort by trained and skilled honor of heir guests Misses Ruth adoption cf the proposed u..n .rational .t.

negroes gathered and summoned Bnggto men in charge of field amendment to absolutely; stopli the con- .?". :i.
Barber S. L. Alvarez has 'had another competent en Matthews and Margaret Harley.
only recourse then, is to make appear before them. He was questioned gineers.It sumption of intoxicating '|i 'rs as a V .% ;;
experience with Alachua The
( an countyfarmer decorations were in pink and I
he receiving water courses more capa- I I about the; matter and pleaded has beverage, or even wholly to..(preventto
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After ho had had his stubby I come on pretty straight authority green and the color scheme was tastefully -
ious and more swift flowing. This can guilty. He was then asked whether he drunkenness in cur stute. Xb s the man "
from Washington that the s
'i i beard shaved off smoothly and the skin preliminary carried out in the dainty: refreshmentsof f,
done and would take his j can expect such rteultg. TL4 Imposed
by straightening widening I punishment then and 1Vi
will be taken in the next ;
lof his neck again exposed to daylight, j steps con cream and cake. |I
I
.hem. The beginning must be made at there, or appear before the regular court. i j amendment of the ccnititctioalioes:: not
gress'to start actual work this
r he felt his chin with a disappointed ex 'I : upon un Those present to enjoy this delightful
S Rowell lake with a depth of 3'feet and a j He told the crowd to "come on," and rtaking. It is believed to be certain very ,directly sack control the riri! king of P
pression on his fac e. Mr. Alvarez askedif I evening were: :Misses :Margaret i
width of 40 feet through the almost flatland they ('amo. with whips, switches and I such lqnor Tile cotfirnsed that ,
will
an be made and
appropriation
he wasn't patihficd and. the man from i Harley, Ruth Matthews, Susie Darby, .
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that extends half a mile from the i sticks, and whipped him within an inchof an J even the so-called moderate trinket 7
'I work begun within five Unless
Three-Cornered years. Ruth Utwell and
replied: Mary Soloman Mes .
lake. Then the width is gradually de- his life. He was then told to leave ; I a hose appetite for whiskey is to 3 strong .
unforeseen obstacles
arise this will
I "You handle a man too JZentlyThe: I proveto srs. C. A. Curry, Flouraoy and Wilfred V .
eased until it is 30 feet at the railroad 'Sampson, and boarded the southbound o be callid: moderate, will pro< ure his ,t
be fact there
contract a the
I barber iu my town has a for although is pos Phillips, James McNair and Robe
stle and 5 feet deep The width 1gain s I G. S. & F. train for Hampton, whichI sibility of the the I : avorite leverage and continue I to drink
t eking the stumps eaten a two-acre I government following Coleman.
decreased until it becomes 20 feet brier patch and his hands' are as rough I I was as far as his means would carryhim. old line down the coast to Key West in I ; rol-ably to the end of his day: ?.1 There
just above the mouth of the:Miner ditch. are jtt many states of our um?}i tfhere
stead. But is
I
being
and hard as the back of 'gator. AndI pressure broughtto Christian Church.
From there on the width continues 20 Bessie Bugg appeared before County have the work the it can be obtaicrd les slit! aul! until
I he uses no witch hazel as a chaser, but begun upon ship
feet and the depth 0 feet until after theijnouth I moonshine Hcker, so when he gets Judge Thos. J. Dekle Tuesday morning canal thus making it a reality insteadof Preaching services every second audfourth I congress shall enact a law prohibiting

of the north branch is reached: to procure a warrant for her unnatural a dream. Sunday. its shipment into dry territory' can be-
with feel like
linear L. D. Wall's land in section 2;. II through you you :youjhad'tfather's arrest. The authorities are now Both of Florida's senators will work Sunday school every Sunday morning legally acquired. It is but ra able to
had a shave, and he only charges 8'I
10
at o'clock.Prayer .
From now on the deep and capaciousFitzgerald ', looking for flugg. for all waterway improvement. suppose that large qnnntities.f". it will
- ditch takes the place of the I I' nickel. {' 1'" meeting and Bible study everyThursday I be shipped into our state aftt, the approval : ;
creek for mile and will Mr. Alvarez said nothing, but took] I Mrs. Chase Has Narr w Escape. evening at 7 o'clock. I of thin amendment.
over a quarter House Party.
,, teed only little deepening until the[ i "scratcher" of vulcnnige/l. rubber ft Jlrs. D. C. Chase, Jr., had a narrow All are:! cordially invited, and members Among the many advantages that the !
\ each hand and scratched hills customer's The :Misses ?k
I I reek is met with again. A depth of :3 escape from being bitten by a large rat Pea are having a house are requested to be present.L. protiibitionis's: do confidently exp ?cf wll:
i i head till he grunted withal satisfaction. party at their summer home on Kings A. CCXXIXOHAM Pastor. .
will be but width of 10leet tIer last Thursday. flow from the adr ption of this amendment -
feet ample, a ''I bet barber don't do.that," ventured ley lake, the being given in honor
your party
both for Mrs. Chase and another lady were is this, that the temptation of the ;J
carrying
away
the necessary water and for the prevention oflam Mr." .Alvarez. \ a"Urn riling in a buggy toward Ward City,j\ of their guest Miss Margaret Harley, of LAWTEY. open saloon with its well known acces rt1

? forming by floating trash. replied the customer, ,jVhe: when one of the front wheels ran overlarge a Little Rock, Ark., and Miss Ruth Matthews Lawtey, Aug. 1?.-S. M. Churchill sories will be removed and the consump .

j The other branches of the Alligator does betterf-1te'll&eIJTiton.- currycomb. rattlesnake that lay coiled up in of North Carolina. The follow left :Monday: forPipestone.Minn., where I I i redated.i

the .' the road near the cross,ng of a branch. are the members, and they are enjoying he will spend several months visiting the modern saloon removed -
treated making
to be same way, Raltor !- : l '
10 feet wide and 3 feet deep. J "V" The moment the wheel touched the reptile themselves very much: relatives and friends. that each succeeding generationwill

fre axis of the Alligator and its Rev. G. W. S. wait filled his regnlaV,' it reached up to strike at Mrs Misses Margaret Harley, Ruth :Matthews : Mrs. G. W. Brown and daughter, Miss show a constantly decreasing percentage ,

is of long, straight reaches nnd appointment here last Sunday. "Ifl Chase, fortunately, the wheel pinned Susie Darby, Amelia Ray, RuthOtwell Loaie-Belle, left Wednesday for Hen I of drunkards and a constantly

M the slope is uniform. Costly !surveys!'' are Rev. Jones will hold a protracted I)I it down so that all it could do was of Jacksonville, Lois and LouisePeek dersonvillf, N. C., where they ,], increasing percentage of total abstainers -

avoided. The ruling idea to be meeting at the Baptist churdrhere commencing to strike the side of the buggy viciouslya ; :Mrs.: Emily Philips; Col. and Mr. spend several weeks as guests of Mrs. ers, is a natural and logical deduction.

.Carried Ihereby out is to make every reach in the September 11. few times. C. L. Peek; Messrs. C. A. Curry, Flour- )!. E. Edwards. I The prohibitionists fimly believe this r,

Canals straight and as lou; a, possible Miss Willie Mae itinlaw will return Mr. Chase, win was walking some noy Philips, James W. McXair: Carlyle I' A union temperance rally will be held I to b? true, and that is sufficitnt; reason --t

home this week -from Fitzgerald, Ga., distance behind, saw the occurrence, and Sinclair Peek, Wilfred Philips and at the Methodist church next Sunday for their earnest and zealous 'work for !
and lit atI
nd the bends as few as as pisKble.
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In canalizing the branches they I' where she has,beeS visiting her uncle. picked up piece of fence rail and ran Robert! Coleman of Jacksonville. 7:30: p. m. Rev. Collins superintendent I'j I the adoption of this amendment. If

made to f01.Jpw All are glad to.welcome her home again. I up to the bt1g v. The snake had crawled of the Florida Anti-Saloon League, I I i any weak-kneed prohibitionist tas any .
Can often if so desired, be ; September Examination. willi j
land lines, and secondary canals, of I Contractor S. T. Dub se has been' delayed among some bushes, but was found speak., Come and hear :Mr. Collins, as I,>I doubt about the fact that prohibitions .

> be on the large bricE building of the, aud killed. It measured six feet in The examination for teachers certifi he is considered one of the best speakere ,: lessens the consumption of intoxicating. .
l width and depth, way ran ;
,from!ss them as far as desirable. !i J. H. Jones Mercantile'* Co. on account?} length. cates will be held in Lake Butler at th in tike field. I IRev. liquors let him.fleet upon theiraeaninga ,

Ii A straight ditch of uniform width and i\ of the heavy rains, .b.t the work is no, Miss Cell Hail. High School building beginning Sept.', G. F. Scott, of Jasper, was ., of the violent and frenzied opposition off

at least twice as '!; progressing nicety. ( J 1: jat I Sa. m., continuing four days. All welcome visitor to Lawtey the first oi the breWers and distillers. Note that Ie'

1epth will carry away crooked water course, I J. H. Ritch is majtinz great improvemerits .']I The many friends of Miss Bell Hall !I applicants will provide for themselves I the week, and Sunday morning h .'J do not; here refer to the retail liquor.
'
a \
water as
much
of the around his new t nildinga.W. I will learn with regret of her death i legal cap paper, pens and ink and be prepared j preached an able and interesting 'sermon j' dealer. Let us admit for the sake of 4
holes though :
and ,
of sholes I '
full I M. Whittelt'Jlade; a trip to {which occurred in this city yesterdayIllOrnlI1 to pay the fee of cl. at the Methodist church, the subject ,- i argument only that the retail liquor

same: average cross of section.pullers, plows, Jacksonville :Monda$ and has returned. 'I after an iln! ss of typhoidver. : I' J. C. POPPELL, Snpt. Pub. Inst. being "Victories of Life." Mr. !.(\, deals ,- a lawabiding man and,that the ,

'By the use stump Cables and pulleys, j I A. D. Andrews hat been on the sick Tilt! body was prepared for ship- Scott Was pastor here for seven cons c- : adoption cf this amendment will drive

V Ijnamlte, scrapers, :: list for the last few da{g. : ;ineut by Funeral Dirtctor Marcus Co- 'I Dental Notice. utive years. 1!! him out of hi< business. That u Buffi- ,
will not be for- i
the excavations tasks. Some immense any very flash I Mrs. J. H. Jones, Jr. returned to her' ,naut, and was forwarded at !tr:30) o'clocklast ; Beginning Saturday August 20, Dr. L. I Mrs. Lydia Wliitehead is visiting r-l-[ :,[i I dent to array him against us in this. .

iniduble home in Jacksonville nnday after a' night to Orange Heights, where the W. Jordan, of St. Augustine, will be in atives in Starke this week. i I i j! fight. But how about the. brewer and
Tine stumps are found, but by :- at the home her father. interment \v'll be made in the familylot. I Raiford for time for the of I i'I
? for the canals lines weeks stay ot| a practice > Frauk E. Weatherby left last Wed; :J the distiller? Ars they philanthropists
neat in staking out j I J. \V. Walton, agent at Pompano, and .-Jacksonville Times-Union, August in all its branches i I
located that they will i dentistry according to J nesday for Cincinnati, O. Mr. Weather- or so patriotic that they oppose is on the
i .nay' often be so on one sid'. family, have been spending a few days ,2bt.Tbe I!, the latest methods. Dr. Jordan is a :I i by has been an employe on the Randall I I high ground of "perBonallibert! of the

w tea a patch of big stumps: <: : at the home of J. H. Ritcb. We are al-, deceased, a daughter of Mrs. :i first class dentist and it would be well farm for the past-three years. citizen, or because our proposed* amendment .-
of township >, I
i"" \ topographic map which < ways glad to see John as he is one of the'I Julia Hall, of Orange Heights, was well j I for all who wish dental work done to Henry Redding, a farmer living near is not "democratic" aa' some 1 f

' ge ?2. is under preparation Find the, water I boys. known in Starke. She attended theigh make appointments early. Examination I!j Lawtey, met with an accident Sunday I II of them claim? Is' "it ncjt, more i tI' j i

' show the lowest willie T. B. Handley has gone to Mayo; to school here and after having taught i iof teeth free. 8.191t j I while riding home from town, which reasonable to pace? them 4ri the -;
.S It ready
! 'raesand: the slopes. facilitate visit his son, Joe, who is to be cashier of school in other counties returned to i : will psobably cost him the life of a valuable same footing with other "captA'ns of .

,I ten. needed and will of greatly the subject ande : the Citizens Bank here. Starke, where she was, until a short I i Prevail-Johnson. I horse. As he was driving along industry! ?" They have vast sums of '. "

full understanding Tbe heavy rains have badly injured time ago, !stenographer in the office of I i I Mr. Ramon Prevatt and Mrs. Hetti the horse stepped into a deep hole thatr1 money-many millions of Auto 's-in. 1
of plans. ( .,.::
r maturing drainage H. E. L.Presbyterian the coton crop around here. A. Z. Adkins, E?q. She was an accomplished I I M. Johnson were married Sunday afte i had been wash+-d out by the heavy rains, vested in their breweries and distilleries! tr Mn -

and modest young lady, whose noon. 14th inst., by Rev. L. W. Kick- i I j snagging sort otherwise injuring it teach in the.U. S. but very little in florid*. :

j." Charch Directory. Approaching Marriage. many friends here afre sad to learn of t liter, at his residence in Thomasville. !'; a manner that it still prob aj Iy dif Many of these concerns are incorporated "1

at A marriage will take place at the home her death. i I After the ceremony the newly married 'I' Quite a number of out citizens took add have numerous stockholders who V"
Sabbath day
!,Snnd vchool every of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Rime, of Dukes, Baptist Church Directory. ', couple took the 5 o'clock train for points advantage of the excursion rates last doubtless are clamorous for dividends.If .

dn.re I next Sunday 21 inst.,Vhen their daughter I Ion the East CO&t.I I Friday and transacted business in Jack "probibitioa does not prohibit" but, -

,Pra1 'Ming and Bible study every Miss Angie D., will be wedded to Sunday School 9:45 a. m. I Both the groom fin* bride are very I sonville. as some would have us believe does nO$ '" .-i..
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;" )j':-+- I FLOODS IN JAPAN. TAFT IS ACCUSEDOF LONG CHASE ENDED. Mrs. Mary B. Train who gave her Mss! Irene Dodge cf. Itrricat,'

PET DOG EXPOSED age as 70 years, her home as Ban was killed and Hcicita Scznlian

Thousands. Are Said to Be Facing Wendllng, _Alleged Murderer of KelinerGirl Diego, Cal., and estimated her wealthIn Athena 111.', severely injured' !

1: f GREWSOME\ CRIME .Starvation-Dykes Break. BEING MEDDLER In Law's Grasp. the millions, was married at Chicago Spririgfield, III wten an automofc

? The waters of the River Sumlda arestillrising Joseph Wendllng. wanted at Louisville to James Dibbs, of New York driven by Rev. Father T. M. Ub|
an Assyrian linen salesman! 23 of Athens struck
,
years was
.... and the Honjo and Fuka- Ky., on the charge of murdering by a street,<
of age. Mrs. Train said that her Income Father Moore
and Miss
dawa wards of Tdkio are nearly com Alma Kellner was safely landed in Myra ,
Overle- ,
C oy. Patterson Sore from rents alone was $2,600 a the fourth of
occupant the
Unearths Body of f Mistress: pletely submerged. Tens of thousands the city hall after a remarkable chase car, esQ
month. She said she was a distant Inf urn. The accident is said to
of persons are homeless and across the continent and an almostequally
suit of Late Election. relative of the late George Francis been ;;unavoidable.
From Shallow Grave. starving. One of the three more important remarkable return in chargeof

embankments guarding Tokio Capt. John P. Carney, chief of the. Train I! The.. efforta of seven men wcrf,]

has broken. Should the second and Louisville detective department.The Two miles south of Smithsonia, In qnlred;, to make an angry bull do*'j

; POLICE AT WORK ON CASE third dykes break half the capital ROT SHOT JOR PRESIDENT return of Wendling to Louis- Oglethorpe, Ga., Revenue Officers lease :his} hold on the face of Saj

would be sumberged. villa marks the end of probably tn\ Trammeil and Bergstrom, of Atlanta, the three-year-old son of Gus
'
The threatened embankments are Tennessee Governor Accuses Taft of. longest chase In detective history. captured one of the largest illicit distilleries -( Ion, .of Paris, Ky. 'Twenty-a

L J Sensational Murder Committed on It now being guarded by troops. Thousands The return trip from San Francisco i raided In that part of the statein stitches. were taken in the boy's'I

( Ranch In California*-Young Ger of homeless persons are being Trying to Republicanize the State to Louisville stretches the real hunt I several years. The still, worm,' and It is probable that the lad'fir

-Ji I Is Under Suspicion and I Is BeIng sheltered in the temples and schoolhouses and Says "Pernicious Meddling" of of about 11,000 miles to a total of stands and other equipment were I lose the sight of one eye. The !I

%&' I 4man at which relief stations the the Republican President Should Be : over 13,000 miles. taken and about 2,000 gallons of beer was fcllled. The child had beenp.
'i': t Searched For by Detectives at v ing with the animal '
when
1 I"'$: 1 most deplorable sights are witnessed.The Rea.ented-Wantl to Bring About Not until May 30, the day that the destroyed. ), I it suddeattack'ed
him.
Connected With Crime.A
Being victims of the flood are wholly Harmony. mutilated body of Alma Kellner was Francis B. Loomis, American com- '

Log Angeles, CaL, dispatch says: dependent upon public relief. Thousands found in a cellar beneath St. John' misaioner to the International and Industrial Judfe Thomas H. Wood form

'0 :while detectives are searching the more have been unable to find As an outcome of the recent Judicial parochial school was Wendling connected exposition, to be held In Turin chief.justice of the supreme court'

;' city, deputies from the sheriff's office shelter, owing to the insufficiency of election In Tennessee, in which the with the disappearance of the next 'year, selected the site of the Mississippi oh'e died at Meridian, ;.

I.ti: are scouring the country for Otto boats to convey them to places of regular democratic nominees, whichhe child. It was believed that the child American industries to the exposition. j' was '' of the leading jurists of 1

Sohultze, the young German wanted safety and they are exposed to the supported, were defeated by Independents had been kidnapped. Numerous letters Louisville and Nashville engineers state.

/. in connection with the murder of Mrs. rain and hunger. Every available who had the active aid of were received by the Kellner and the railroad author'tIes have k,,,CptoniisjIoner? of Agriculture W2

:Frelda Caatlne, whose body was unearthed boat is being employed,in the work of the republican organization, GovernorM. family and Frank Fehr, a wealthybrewer I agreed on a wage schedule after I I! kerscol of Alabama! in -an Intern'

J from a shallow grave by a rescue and to convey food where It R. Patterson has issued R state and uncle of the girl, demanding weeks of deliberation, which botv I aSlen.- at,-th* Alabama cotton -

; pet dog at her ranch near Lancaster Is most needed ment to the democracy of Tennessee. ransom for her return. sides say Is satisfactory. The new I Is at bestVpt ever 70 to 72 per

Some of the police and deputies are The question of feeding the stricken Four months previous to the discovery scale substitutes the mileage system I of normal for{ end the, prospect is "jp

inclined to believe that Schultze, with people is causing apprehension. The of the body Wendling had left for per diem, For 100 miles the scale good as g\x SIn >d an output asyea5.

\ ; $6,000 thought to have been stolen vegetable and fish supplies are falling Louisville quietly, not even letting his Is $5 on local freight, $4.90 on through \

from Mi's. Castine, has sought to enter and the stock of biscuits already is wife know that he was goinV away. freight, $3.9j on through passenger a; ftve-hanti'eJ1 fight near Mo '

1 \ Mexico by way of the Arizona border nearly exhausted. There is no fear, When bloody clothing was found In trains, $$3.SCT on branch passenger N. C., Ben Hunter was shot and k

) or through El Paso.A however, for the supply of rice. Wendlmg's room he was charged with trains. Tl/ engineers say this Is an I and his companion, Walter St

full description of the fugitive has The mountain flood in the neighborhood the murder and the wheels of the conJ I increase. Jl was sbot and seriously Injure

I' been telegraphed abroad. According of Karulzawa has destroyed the tlnuous search for Wendling[ were set three brothers, Oua, Bill and WInfre
Hubert
Latham has
made a Sight
to the description Schultze Is between Mikasa Hotel. T In motion, with the result that he was BeltNear 13
Chalons-Sur-Marne

k L from to Paris
a
_____ ,
Many foreigners were stopping finally run down and captured at San Sardle, Henderson countjj y
20 and 25 years of age, five feet, eignt distance of .87; :: miles. He made two .
there but fortunately fatalities Francisco. Tenn., ,Mart Green, a white -
inches in height, of medium build no stops en' rotife.!rHis aeroplane anAntolnetteJiijjjgiftplane man,
Drears a light mustache and has a have been reported so far. passed over I assassinated from ambush Heir:

? florid complexion. r WILD NIGHT'S JOURNEY. the citwia s 8 ttititude of 1,850 feet riding ;:horseback on his way Ii ..

A curious feature, following the mur- x Lathan/ circling when some oneSemptied the conte
TAFT WANTS TO GET .rig, twice around Eiffel of a double-barreled
a. tier of Mrs. Castine, is the disappearance Brother Drove 40 Miles With Broth towerwefore-. landing.A shut gun Intobody

of Mrs. Martha Chatt, wife of a er's Dead Body by Side. death rpultlng In a short w
Dallas
Texas, dispatch Eays: In his dyin
words he Is alleged"have
'Los Angeles realty dealer, and her escort RID OF THE JONAHS After driving with one hand a team Official figures tabulated show the prohibition I men 'J a neighbor Maiartin
ed Abe
-+ John Inderbetten while the two
of bronchoes for 40 miles on a stormy I submission proposition in the tin, and was arrested b
were on their way to a ranch near the nigh*:, Alfred Villa delivered the bodyof genera! primary election on July 24, 'j dim he wll
tome of Mrs. Castine. They have'been his dead brother to his parents had prove an
President Turns Cold Shoulderto a majority of nearly 40,000 votes.
missing for a week and B. C.:I near Tucson, Ariz. The legislature next January will subml ; fcknown would-be. assassin
Chatt, husband, has asked the aid of rdthe room of Mayor M. T Chi
While driving through the storm ( a prohibition amendment to the
"Stand Patters. (
fhsl tead df
I the sheriff to find his wife. Blakely Ga., shot
buckboard in which the two boys were constitution to a vote of the/peo le :
tc through: the hand and fled- ,A3 the
ii riding was struck by lightning, killing 'in j911, -
\/J' mayor gave chase.
ti i BUTCHER HEIR TO MILLION.' the younger boy instantly and Mayor'ydiipst
PARTY HARMONY IS DESIRED The European-American bank a had a qarrow escape frqnr be&g
paralyzing side of the Regaining
one other.
small institution stantly Silled. bme one'
closed its doors Feellng :
; Butcher Says He Will Open Great J GOVERNOR PATTERSON. consciousness, the, elder boy I New# York and the state superintend- the net over his bed, toe mayor'tirout

Charity Shop for Poor. Taft Has at Last Realized Strengthof In it he expresses a willingness to I headed the team for home, driving j ent, of banks has directed thatihe InItltution's -' his hand, striking f he pistol hell

.r. The poor of Kearney, N. J., are praying Insurgency and In Consequence waive the democratic nomination Cora with his unaffected hand. \ affairs be determine The by the would-be assassin ,The pia

that there is substantiality in Che 5J I Will Get Rid of the "StandPatters"Who third term, which he has already bank was incorporated in 1907 wrh was fired, the bullet striking Mr. Chi

:f news brought to James V. Shand, a Have Been Dominating His received in a primary which he con A GIGANTIC STRIKED\ a capital of $100,000, and its'fiepos'ts: stead's "handNo. reason-- IB- -s-iven-- --

J ,butcher of that place, in letters from T I Administration. trolled, and again test the question of aggregate somethng! over jl00,000.. the attempted assassination.

"London lawyers, informing him that| a choice ,of the democracy in any sort Fully 8,000 Cloakmakers Refuse toI I Losses incurred through roo }oans r

'tie. has fallen heir to a share In a Prom one high in the councils of of a primary. Thus he would hope Work (in New York. caused, the institution's failure/

i 45)000,000) estate. The estate is that )the republican party, an intimate he says, to save the state to democracy The striking cloakmakers 'in't New .. NEWS FROM Mater a \rednctlo
t of Shand's grand aunt who recently I fc J. b NATIONAL ..'-re made\ in
j friend of 'both President Taft andI I
York number
City more than 80,000 CRIMES I rate
died In Scotland. I (Colonel Theodore' Roosevelt, it was Three 'bofs, all sonsAND CAPITOL. freight on, c:.
f
He "the
I refers to pernicious intermeddling men and women, according to a brief '
Shand's share would be $1,000,000', ]learned, according to a New York of John H. Stralgh". ton seed from points on theVCet
I of a republican president submitted to the supreme court by CASUALTIES JackSO'nTFla.
and he has announced that if he gets i dispatch, that the report about the with' the affairs their employers who seek of _Jpowesett, were of Georgia railroad and '
of the democraticparty to have the
the money he will open a great charity ]president's intention to get rid of his union killed and a fourth boy, a brother of ., by! order of the interstate$don|
in restrained
state it by in-
our and says shouldbe a permanent
the commission
butcher shop where he will sell
; meats of all kinds at a reduction: i non, and practically to dismiss Secretary resented.A East Greenwich, R. I., when a New the decision\ handed Cown in the eas

from the wholesale pride for the bene-( i Ballinger, was true. Knock for Taft. manufacturers ask the court York-bound Portland express on the of the Florida Cotton Oil Com pan'
The address, among other things!!, to declare the strike unlawful, on the New York New 'the
-- Haven and Hartford against Centra of Georgia Ra
nit of the "
I poor. I "The news is important, said thIS ,
says: ground that the workers are maintaining railroad, traveling at the rate of &. way Company and other carriers. Th
j : ; man, "but it is not as surprising tome "The pernicious intermeddling of combination I
I a an illegal in striking miles an hour around a sharp turn, defendant lines also are directed ,
FEDERATED LABOR PARTY. i as to the public. I have been expecting republican president with the affairs against the shops. The plaintiffs, according ran Into the little group. The boys' establish'through routes on cottonseed ]
,
it"o
f I of the democratic party in our state to the representations made ages ranged from 6 to 15 years. It is frdm various Georgia points to

r.: Brand New Political
Be Launched. finally to get rid of his old standbys plan to republicanize it thwarted before the cloaks, suits and skirts manufactured from seeing the group in time tc commission will become effective on

New York city is to have a brand was tidings so sensational that !it Is too late. in the United States and the avert the a cdent.! October:j 1, 1910, and is to remain in

\, new political party. Its platform and the majority of the politicians who "Those democrats who are actively investments of the employers represent The J effect for at least two :years.

I declaration of principles have just could be found to discuss the matter aiding and abetting his efforts excuse between $50,000,000 and $GO, Manufacturing plant of the Southern Veneer The will. of John G. Carlisle, former
company, at 22d and
almost too to talk
were surprised
I (been made public. It is the first municipal their treason by saying that it is necessary 000,000. Standard secretary! of the treasury, was filed
about it at all. It was generally avenue, Louisville. Ky.,. has .
labor party in this city since in order to eliminate me from --- been for probate. To his grandchildren;
destroyed by fire
entailing loss
that it a
agreed was one of the most
,the Henry George campaign of 188 0' momentous in the politics."If GENERAL A special from afay- of $65,000. The loss is partly coveredby John G. Carlisle Jr., and Jane Carlisle
moves history
01
\ The organization, which is to be the parly. this is true, why not bring It NEWS ette, Ga., says Sam Max- insurance.A Allen, oft New York City, and Laura

(mown as the Federated Labor Party about in a way that will restore harmony NOTES. ey attempted to kill Miss Carlisle Pitkin, of New Haven Conn.

,wf New York, had its inception at ameeting The effect, It was agreed, would be and not destroy democratic as- Mabel Broom, aged 18, at Subligna, $10,000 fire visited Saluda, N. C. is left his real and personal property*
far-reaching. While there was no'' near that place and then abot himself The stores' Thorne & Boone, S. D
[ of prominent labor men on ; cendency? If the majority of the democrats to be divided} share and share alike.
'July! 28. According to the organization doubt that Aldrich, Hale Cannon and are opposed to me as it is through the heart, dying instantly. It ,Staton.. ;, & Tinner and the Sonnet ware- The estate is valued at approximate

its scope is for the present to be Ballinger, and their friends, would' claimed, I should not represent, themas Is stated Maxey had lavished his affections t use were badly damaged. 40000. i|

only local, but plans for making it not give up without a struggle, sac h upon the young lady for mo ethan v. J. Meyers of I
their candidate for governor Chicago, keeper of Former![ President Roosevelt's prop i
would tend to bring the two of
wings
turned. Miss Broom had been to Sub
in time for the next presidential cam revolver with movement
tragic purpose, shoot.g a conference of ]
order to silence by
the party, now rapidly growing apart,, criticism and to ligna to do some trading and was on -mlrnbers' na-
paign.
three
test the question of whether of his household tlons is pronounced officially by the]
into harmonious relations. or not I her
home when the attack
\ way was
',\ The party's platform demands: am the choice of the majnrily I now through the,head and then taking his state department to be dead.! Of the|
It would mean, further, that the made. Both families are very prominent -
among other things, the enactment of offer to waive my title to the nomination own life. Policeman Dennis O'Neil, 49 governments represented diplomatically '
western republicans, who had been "
laws to accomplish the following de- the restore it to the people and enter *.was.. passing r She Meyers home when in Washington which were Invited
refusing to give president
cirable demands: but a half-hearted indorsement anything any kind of a primary to be held in Having been prevented five times he heard the four shots., Breaking just before the former president
,
by attendants of the Illinois State intChhe apartm: atJfeSind the dead went out of office to join the
"Ownership and operation by mudlcipality would take up the cudgels for him as any way the opposit'on may elect, movement -
with Asylum for the Insane from commit where they had fallen. jL revolver only 19 have replied. The answers
by state or nation of all avidly as they bad opposed him. And an equal division of ejection offl- ,
ting suicide! Mrs. Mary C. McArdie YJth four chambers empty, lay besidijie oL :some of the }
-.. public utilities, including ice plants, it would mean, in all probability, his cers, and in this primary e"erJwell- e governments
\ the establishment of postal express; renomination with little opposition in known democrat to >te: allowed to vote eluded her guards and hanged herselfin body of Meyers, who reCehtIy separated were of stch: a disinterested eharacter J

.0; haws prohibiting the use of the injunction ]912, as it hat: been understood by without regard as to how he cast his her room at the asylum. Duringthe from his wife( that it was officially decided to carry:

-process in labor disputes; a national those close to Colonel Roosevelt that ballot In the recent Jtidi'':'al election, three months she was at the asy--i'Frederick J. Hebring, a Newark the proposition: no further.
lum Mrs. McAidie once tried to cut
elght-hour law; abolition of the he would not want the nomination forhimself "I will agree to meet any competitor em an, committed suicide at the The death at Mount Vernon near]

;\. (electoral college and direct nomination unless practically forced to In such a primary on the stump in her throat tried with a ra.zar, three time- home of''hn aunt..-, at Newark, N. J. Washington City of John B. Allen 1 1
she to drown herself
.i. and election of president, vice- take it. Joint discussion and answer and once His failure to wltf more rapid promotion marked the passing of one of the]
every before she tried to commit
;president, United States senators In addition to all this PresidentTaft's charge which has been made against suicide by in the fire department Is said to noted political characters of his day.]
hanging.The
Judges and all elective officers: extensions overthrowing of the old leaders me. have been responsible, for his act He played: an unusual part In the nonvj ;

of the of emplo first bale of new cotton arrivedat n,. (Ination of1! Abraham Lincoln for
provisions would mean a triumph for the t In- "The only condition I make Is that Children In play poured a lot I prest]

ers' liabilities and the compensation surgents and most of the principle* the successful nominee shall be supported Augusta, Ga., from Swainsboro, Ga.. water down the throat of RaTph: four-01 dent: !in breaking away from the New|

Y laws, co as to Include within their for which they had stood. in the November election by all on the Florida road. It weighed 376 ,year-old son of,i F. A. Juen, of Calmar, I York delegation, casting a single vote',]
all classes of pounds and was auctioned 34 I for Lincoln. and
provisions employment who participate in the primary. at cent I Jowa, and the little fellow turning the tide la]'
only lived
f and ballot reform." "MALCOLM R. per pound, bringing $127.4. i favor of Lincoln.. ,f]
| TEXAS AND PROHIBITION. PATTERSON. an1hour. The yater went Into his I ,
t I John B. Studley 82 years old, an )lungs and he waVdrowned.tb' .

GEM. WARNER DEAD. Democratic State Convention Favor. TO BAR CHOLERA. old tragedian, who played with Edwin v: After having Wtered, the room of NEWS Ff OM Tommy Walsh Io-s

to Submitting Amendment. Booth, Edwin Forrest and Laura ,the daughters of SPORTING cal fight promoter
Man Who Had InterestsI f prominent Mon'
Leading Ohio Keene is dead at New
York of infirm:
: In North Georgia. After indorsing United States Senator United States Consuls Are Ordered gomery county farmer, Tuesday night, WORLD. who has been trying. .'.
ties incident to old He
Jos. W. Bailey for the democratic to Watch Foreign Ports age. was born Jim Toler, a negro, was captured by to arrange a bout between Packer
General A. J. Warner, one of the in Boston, became an actor, and devoted -
Ad
free silver nomination for president in 1912, and Rigorous measures have been taken 'ta posse of infuriated citizens, bound McFarlancj and Wolgast at New
of
mOlt prominent the
men I himself to
United tragedy and old to a tree and shot Orleans, has; dropped negotiations, according
Irountry died at Marietta 0. of nominating a full state ticket, headedby by States tepresentatlvsed' ] school to death. The j
the I melodrama. He was a favorite
Oscar B. abroad to Introduction | lynching occurred to a message received frozq
l fcofirmlties of old age. Colquitt for governor an prevent the In "Pirare "Jack near Alamo, sera
Cade. "The lluke'sMotto
He was born In Wales, N. Y., In A. B. Davidson for lieutenant governor -I.,into this country of cholera through i ," and in the Shakespearian miles east of 1fdtena, Ga. The negro him from Chicago. The flghters, it is
*
,I 10.884, and served in the civil war, the democratic state convention the United States ports. I edies. trap was found pulling* fodder 01 a nearby, Bald, coul?: not agree on the weight

. I were he was breveted brigadier general adjourned at Galveston, Tex. BothColquitt At the instance of the public health plantation, and bn be'!ng questioned' question.

.1'. I for gallant services. He was severely and Davidson are anti-proh i- department at Washington, the United Houston, Texas, has a population of! by the searching: posse, made a fu l' Victor SIcLaglen. the new Australian .

r J wounded at AntietAm. He was bitlonlsts, notwithstanding the fact States consular offices at Hamburg 78,800, according to figures enumerated confession. } fighter; is showing ebampimisal;,

'" member of that the party in the recent primary ; Bremen, Antwerp and Rotterdam for the thirteenth census, made
a congress from 1879 to and f-, Florence Nightingale, the mettle. The Australian hag been doIng ,
famousnone
lilt: and from 1883 to 1887. declared in favor of the submission of other ports are working under cabled public by Director Durand, of the of the Crimean war, a little} fighting In California, bn{*
and the
In recent years General Warner was a prohibition amendment to the peo- Instructions, which require them to census bureau. This is an increase only woman who ever he has not :yet had the proper oppojrtunlty

!' t connected with a company at Gaines P'e- I detain steerage passengers from chol- of S4.167, or 76.6 per cent over the Order of Merit, died at received her London the to show all he can accomptti :, '

ville. Ga., which had for its object the 1 The prohibition plank In the platform era-infected districts in Russia and to population In 1900. which was 44.633. home. Although she had been it is said.. 1
invalid
an
development of water power follows: j|' disinfect baggage prior to embarka- Haddled on a heap cf rags In the for a long time, rarely leaving Sidney Smith premier catcher anjfc '
"In obedience to the instructions tion for the United States. I attic of a cottage where he
had beeu her room, where she
passed the time all round' player of the Atlanta cluX |
An excursion train from Bordeaux, given in the democratic primary JulyJ[ The latest reports on the Russian nailed. in by his brother and forced to a half-recumbent
position well in the batting
as
Prance, with 1,200 passengers, and 23, 1910, we call upon the thirty plague received at Washington say to remain four days and nights without constant and Sunder as. leading man ..
care of a physician bureau for the Champs, has been gold
"$ running at a speed of 60 miles an second legislature of Texas to submit that at Rcstoff-on-Don daring the a morsel of food, George Glaser. her death was somewhat to the Cleveland American leagni

hour, crashed Into a freight train ataujOIL to the people for(rejection or approval week ended July 9 there were 49 aged 19 years, was found by patrolmen A week ago she was quite unexpected sick, bu club

Thirty-two persons were the constitutional amendment prohibit cases and 87 deaths, and since the at Milwaukee, Wfo., who had then improved and

killed and 100 Injwed. Many d It'ng the manufacture and sale of !In- beginning of the outbreak there hast been sent to serve a vagrancy warrant cheerful. During on Friday was. At Windsor, Eng., the Clower Plat
that
,irictims were schoolgirl toxicatlng: liquors in this been 2.731 night alarmIng of 200 sovereigns, five furlong
Several olthe state, b cases and 804 deaths. Atch on him and big brother Henry, symptoms

r. passenger cars were torn to spHnirs. we declare that the vote upon Fu Odessa there were reported between 16 years old. The boys will not work,, gradually sank until developed 2 and she. straight, was' won by Charles Csrrolf'Queen
o'clock
di 1. : A misplaced iwitck soaks tieaccident. amendment shall not be the test of, July 4 and 9 twenty-five new cases ofcholera It is said, because they aq they are afternoon Saturday Til; Seadun was second 84 .'
"s democracy.:' when an attachheart of COUl"teOw'tad{ third. There were sItarten. &
,, and ten deaths descendant of a German prince.
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Staging a Tnai. I If you ait in a draft when you are On Way of Telling.Corley Sberltt's Sale. !

"Now. your conduct during the trial heated and get a stiff neck or lame back, -Too see that fellow loafing -
may have considerable effect on the you will be looting for something that NOTICE Is hereby given that I.J. N. Lan f
LIVE STAY: NEWS 1 jury will ease the pain. Fix your mind onBALLARD'S over there? He used to go to the same \ Sheriff of Bradford county. JTortda. ,
under and
college that 1 didI wonder If be re- by virtue of a certain writ of execution ;
-Ah. quite soP responded the ultra SNOW LINIMENT and fcwued out of and ruder th.seal of the
well defetldat $. "And steroid I appear don't be talked out of it because it is the members me. Bnrlelgh-Ask him for Circuit Court of Bradford county, }Florida
r liniment the loan of $5. Curler-What for! s trataat A. B. Shaw sad in faroTof The Seward
best pain-relieving you can get
Interested" 0? just mildly boiled? Trunk and
Bag Co. a wrporatlon. dated th-y
Things That Are Happening In Florida as Told by -Kansas City Journal. anywhere. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per Bnrlelgh-If he remember yon, you, 1st diy of June 1910! will offer for Mia and sU J

bottle. Sold by Mitc ell'lI Drug Store, won't get Ik-Judge. to the highest and l'lftlt bidder therefor for .
Our Exchanges. (cash at the court hotl,e door in the town of
f life Panama Canal Star e. Fla. Starke
t ft A on For the stomach and bowel disorders ,on Monday tie '

has had one frightful drawback-maaiia Stake Candy. of babies McGEE'S BABY ELIXIR is 5TH DAY OF 3EPTBMBEB, 1910. I
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trouble-that has brought suffering Stale candy can generally be worked a remedy of genuine merit. It acts the same being a legajfaale day of said court: .
West 10.-Driven from his within the legal hovjr of ale. th
result of the Key Aug. *following
the recent ,
Notwithstanding aud death to thousands. The In the case of acid is wholesome and
#' germs over by rebelling. : quickly, pure. pleas- described real estate cad all the right title and 3 1
cow election in Bartow, the city ship by the attacks-of mosquito hordesat cause chills, fever and ague, biliousness, candles, such as lemon drops, the candy : ant to take.' Price 25c and 500 per bot Interest of the said A.lB. Shaw therein, situated -

council at its last meeting passed an or- a lumber camp in Everglades Saturday jaundice, lassitude, weakness and general is bolled..the add Is withdrawn by the tle. Sold by Mitchell's Drug Store, n1 In and Bradford sell tt county.nw!i,land, Florida eJi of to wli-wit and: SK aw of<

dlnnace prohibiting cattle from running Capt! Graham Lower, of the debility. But Electric Bitters never use of lime or chalk,and the strap may Starke. Fla. o'aet iof section i.. tpJmuMn 7 song, range :aJ
fail to destroy them and cure malaria east :240 acres;-or 90 ftfcch thereof u will benett i
at large in the territory bounded easterly schooner Emerald, made a forty-six hour troubles. "Three bottles completelycured then be used In the manufacture of Microbe. .. ':4"'ry. to fully .xt afy ald execution: and '

by the railroad track, southerly by journey to this port without food or water me of a very severe attack of maLaria that or any other species of candy. Two thousand million microbes are .. N. LAXOFORD, i 1

Pearl street, on the west by railroad and eighteen hours were spent in ," writes Wni. A. Fretwell, of Lu- When you yawn a good deal in the sometimes Injected into a person's Sheriff Bradford Co.FIa.coeta. \

clinging to the bottom of a cania, N. C., "and I've had good health feel dull and want to J. E. FUTCH. : d
track and on the north by the boulevard. desperately daytime, achey, blood to cure disease. Pla1nt .' Atto -: i.11
since. Cure Stomach Liver and ey.NUce.
in the eventful ever stretch frequently, it is an unmistakable
which
little
This ordinance is to take effect thirty "dinkey, f
Kidney Troubles and is disease but
prevent Typhoid. symptom of malaria, and unless you do Dysentery a dangerous ,
days from its passage ,and receiving the trip was made. The "dinkey" was over 50c. Guaranteed by all druggists.A something at once you are booked for a can te cniei. Chamberlain's Colic ;

signature of the mayor. turned bv a sudden squalTand on sever at LeastA spell of chills. HEBBINE is a chill Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has Notice fa hereby giruu that on Thursday, the

al occasions Capt. Lower was hurled Change medicine that will prevent or cure the been successfully nsed in nine epidemicsof 2'd day of August .\- D. 1910 the registered 1
I H A. Verrier, of Indiana, has just fronvthe vessel by the waves. He managed change of tenors had been madeIn disease. It drives out the impurities on dysentery. It has never been knownto voters In the folio ic* proposed corporate

made a proposition to the town conned [ the church choir. Eight-year-old which the malarial germ thrives, and fail. It is equally valuable for children Town limit shall of Raiford.1&8ot'1D'ble'he iTorida: school, and house In th*
to reach shallow water, however say by their
of Ft. Myers for a right of way through; Jessie, returning from the morning strengthens the liver, and cleanses the and adults, and when reduced with votes! whether there 3!all be a Municipal Government
righted the little vessel and completed service, was anxious to tell the news. bowels. Price oOc. Sold by Mitchell's water and sweetened it is pleasant to established .In the following territor .V
that town for a car and internrbaniaiL. ial limits,toit: .
ihe sixty mile trip early today. An expedition "Oh, mother," she exclaimed, "we Drug Store. Starke, Fla.Brilliant take. Sold by all dealers.
It is proposed to-buj S!' ohYa of sectiou:'; 1\L4 of sw i of section I ;
*rvj system. -. will be sent after the crew of have a new terror In the choir!"-Woman's Baby Army Officers.It 8: wtof section 1.: all of section M! ;
4line Commencing at or near the of Idea. n"'of n K of section l>. of >
+ Home Companion. !n, nw i of section
s the vessel, six negroes, who refused to used to be the custom In Englandto :2U.all in
of PantaT Rassa Fire Brigade Chief to member township Mexico, in the vicinity ( arriving -
leave when the mosquitoes drove the buy commissions In the army for Also to select at time nnd place a t
4 'and then along the.CakH. .. a&aJchee river captain Application for Tax Deed. late-What do you mean by Infants and then they would be promoted corporate name -gtJl'l the municipality f

1< tor Ft. Thompson, passing through Ft. away.A Notice Is hereby given thatl. C. Hull, turning up when the fire la finished? as vacancies occurred. In this time which and they prop"* aLto at the same
place find 1* like manner to choose
)urchaser of Tax Certificate No. 124, dated the Member live three a
miles
Myers. Mr. Verrier states that lie is Tallahaseee special says: Albert W. jst day of Jum-. A. D. 19U8. has filed s-aid certificate away way a boy would have high rank when JJayor. two Ald.-rn ,n a Town Clerk and a 1

anxious to beKitt-workttnis fall add have Gilchrist, governor of Florida, has probably tag difd in my to office 1..11.' ami in hn 1'ordalU't'ith< trade application law.Sais1 for. from here, sir.ChlefWeU,.you'd better move and he was old enough to become a real lust:Jlarenal.general their..electionld tern of office after expire said territorial at the

: the line completed Yli hin a period of taken a deeper interest" in educational certificate e'iubracthe following de- soldier. limits are incortortutal'.or as soon thereafter.
1 e-ribetiprop'rty.ittwtt.I in Bradford county, live nearer here.-Bon VIvant their successor w jmalified: and at the same time
; two years. I matters affecting tle state than Florida, to-wit : If your child is pale and sickly, picksat and three place Aldermen and in. i&<> same manner choose ,
.t"t..rm
w of
otttce shall
expire -
After three ol freedom, living in any of his predecessors. In this respectthe One acre in-.v\ ('orofn\\ V"* M4 of: fee 3 4 Tbe Best Hour of Lifeis the nose, starts in the sleep and grindsthe at the sevondJlfral: election held after
;, years fl)(III. range :22 c'. the lA
l has teeth while sleeping, it is a sure sign f corporatioi. established. or as soon
::- Jacksonville most off the time, Eugene governor announce/ the appoint The aid land !sin,: :vve.f,l at the date oft when you do some great deed or discover of worms. A remedy for these parasiteswill thereafter its their>-irjcessors: hate qualified. {
ment of a committee composed of the he Kiuunce of "'uch i-i-rtiilcate in the name of some wonderful fact. This hour The above notice aptl territorial limits for
Winningham was Crested on August l1 I, ... be found in WHITE'S CREAM
Unknown. the .
Unle aul certificatehall lie prnpoM-d Coapfiratlnn being drafted by the i.
came to J. R. Pitt, of Rocky Mount, N. :
. .i\ as a deserter from ttl United States ar- foremost educators of thin state to revise redeemed according. tn law: tax dei-d will i..u VERMIFUGE. It not only clears out following corunnttvfj appointed for that pur-
C. when .
and codify the schoollaws of Florida. thereon t on the he was suffering intensely, as the worms, but it restores health and t finished .
; young man'had just 5TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER A. D. 1910. he says, "from the worst cold I ever J ,
1 This step is far reachingjfh its significance had I then cheerfulness. Price 25c per bottle. -T O. KITCH. r
to satisfac-
proved
blac smith. my great
as a \Vitne-smy official -i;:imtur'- and -eal this Mitchell's Store Starke W. M.
Sold Drug WHITTE?,
,
mtThe and it is expect&SEat the resultof the-Ath daof" Julv, A. D hslu.: ) tion what a wonderful Cold and Cough by I j i'-i. H. BITCH -

a vet' ran colored hack I. the committee's laborJlGiUL be of inestimable tSEAL> ('l"k ("t\V.C"t.T.Bradford WEEKS Co., Fin.Br care Dr. King's New Discovery is. For, Fla. 4 T. B. HANDLEY, r

fer, was found de in his hack In. benefit to the"CatiBecf educa- \V. E. WAIXKUiHT, D. C. after taking one bottle, I was entirely A Foolish Weakness. ,-:?'.!,5t B.I. TAYLOR Committee.,

5t. Augustine trans stables, caus- cnred. You can't !say anything too One of the most foolish weaknessesto I-4

om heart failure. \, tion. :'I Notice of Tax Equalization good of a medicine like that. It's the which men become addicted Is stub- A Paying Investment I I

& surest and best remedy for diseased tjornness.-Chicago Record-Herald. Picking to ptecs a pair of corsets ,
Spectacle nd. Palatka, Aup.: 12-Unless there some Notice i.- hl'r..L'n, tint the J:!<,ar.lof Allennen lungs, Hemorrhages, LaGnppe, Asthma .
peddlers have fd a paradise and the Tax -\.1' of the Town of.titurke which she had worn for over a twelvemonth ..
Rosa interference by the governor, ana the Florida wilt 1... in ..'.s-on at the city I Hay Fever-any Throat or Lung Struck a Rich Mine.S. .
I' in Santa county au as a result a Londobf woman was sur-
chances are there will not be, as 11e has hall on Monday :tM-pteiuKr: o, at T ::30 o'clock p. Trouble. 50c $l.OO. Trial bottle free. W. Bends, of Coal City, Ala., says
many people are nude alra blind. Ill., and continue from day to day. for the purpose Guaranteed by all druggists.The prised to find Sovereigns, wrapped
already turned down a petition foifcom- he struck a perfect mine of health in Dr.King's :
I cdt of hearing complaintand receiving testimony in tissue neatly
out he'jt paper stitched In
If you value ;your eyesight, up .
to the value of rt-alaud New Life Pills for cured
as any property they
mntation of death sentence to t im- Color of Air. .
t peddler business.-Sauta Rosa Star. 4* lilf3 \x-rwnal. as ftxi d by tin Tax A-wessor of said him of Liver and Kidney Trouble after them. She Is sajd to have given two-
jt risonment, Lawrence Dargan, a negro, own.: and for pt'.rfectinir.; reviving/ and equaliz-, I Pure air Is blue In tint because, ac- pence for the costs at a-sale.
12 of suffering. They are the best
the nt of Mud Town of Starke for years
-exsm
GaSvestoulirix ng *
O. W Taylor and Sir. Guyton, of *ffill expiate his crime on the gallows in the year 1910, us required i br \\\". cording to Newton the molecules of pills on earth for Constipation, Malaria I I .

s, were in Miami the latter the Putnaru county jail yard next Fri- Chairman E. ::i.MATTHEWS Board of Aldermen., the air have the thickness necessary to Headache, Dyspepsia, Debility.25c SEABOARD :

part 1& week contracting for the dayTtetwfcen the hours of 11 and 12 ..m.Draga'b Attest: reflect blue rays. When the atmos- at all druggists. j ,
C. A. FUTCH. Clerk.HEAVEN phere Is blended with perceptible vapors -
lease of d between Eighteenth term Air Line;
I, some was convicted at the spring An Railway.
r the diffused light Is mixed with a Incorrigible. r" ,
and the per to the rear of the of tile''circuit .
Btreet court of one of the roost large proportion of white. "If there ever was a terrible child tn

r JEfufstetler boa vorks' where they will atrocious murders ever committed' in ON EARTH.For this world," remarked the worried AtttlYAL: AND D&PARTURB OP TRAINS. ,". ''

r eject two tan :h containing a capacity this county the latter part of las& |ar. *When the digestion is all right, the mother, "he's one." Effective. NOT. 7.1900.
I do think -
my part, not we action of the bowels regular, there is a h
each which will be "What's his fault?
of 250,000 gallons He his wife who particular
waylaid was
tiding natural craving and relish for food.
No. 43 south bonaxiNo.
have whatever thinkof 11.01 a. m.
right to
r lsed for crn4e oil for fuel purposes.- along (jhe road with some other negroes, any When this is lacking you may know "Do what I will, I can't break him 55 : 4.24

Metropolis. pulled per out of the wagon, clnbbeher a heaven for others much less ofa that you need a dose of Chamberlain's of the habit of telling the truth right No. 81 ; 11.08p p.. m.m.

riam1 Carrlbne? of the cattlemen to Beat t\and cut her throat with a butch. heaven for ourselves in the worldto Stomach and Liver Tablets. They I. out when we have company." No. 66, north-bckpd. 4..M p. m. '
J. S. biggest
: strengthen the digestive organs, improve No. 54 i 9.12
If liver is sluggish and out of a. m. :
in thiajrection of the state, is in the er's knife after she was dead. J j jA. come, until we ire wholly determined the appetite and regulate the bow tone,your and you feel dull, bilious, constipated No. W I. : G.02a. m. I .

the transfer of make this world els. Sold by all dealers. ---- ; j i iWsszz I .
-f. city today; tending to Pounding7 on the rocks and fast filling to a take a dose of Chamberlain's I .

worth of cattle to Me88I1l.j888J A Decorative Miss. Stomach and Liver Tablets tonight before B1cf.CK..
II IIr about $5.000, with water, the Spanish tramp steamer heaven for our fellow men and are 4I
and will feel all
B mby of this section and Joe Valmesada which "They do not seem to have got any retiring you rightin No. 181 leaves Stake 6.00 a. m.
foundered Friday hoping, believing,loving and working the morning. Sold by all dealers. M
No. 184 arrives
4.20 ;
of the Boggy Creek region. This farther with these decorations than : p. m.

t ?1 to .be'one of the best bunches of near Fowey Rocks light, Key West, will for that and for its realization suspending a few lights from the cell. The Gazette Van Gent. ....:..;'

be a total loss according to reports in thousand million ing. The oldest newspaper In Belgium Is Not. 54 and S3 rut batween' JaccsonTtHe sad
not
din this region for long time, here the a yean or a Cedar Kejs, No.43,81, as and 84 between Jacksonville -
brought by revenue cutter Forward but in and "Yes; it struck me, too, that It wasa the Gazette Van Gent, which receivedthe and Tampa, BIoe.181 and 1M between
in fine a nearer a nearer
cattle exceptionally ,
the fat being years
A' which returned today from the case of hanging fire."-Baltimore privilege of printing the Gendtscbe Starke and Wannee., .
;; "condition, while the feeders are all looking future.-Stopford A. Brooke. t ,
and
4i; scene of the wreck. American. Post-Tydtnghen on Nov. 17, 1666, .
well. The cattle industry has grownto which has existed almost continuouslysince T. J. CJRHTET Agent.

be a big thing in Florida, and whereit The worst wind, rain, hail and thun DIf you feel"blue," "no account," lazy, the first number was printed on 8.C. BOYLSTOX i. O. P. A.. JackaMTflle ;
Ancient Britons' Sweet Tooth. you need a good cleaning out. HER.
der "
storm in years struck Perry this .--
almost impossible to raise 1001. "i
thought Jan.
was BINE is theright thing for that 1.
Mention of the German custom of pur
beef cattle only a few years ago, vast. (Thursday) afternoon at one o'clock, andit eating a compote of wild strawberrieswith pose. It stimulates the liver tones up

herds- are to be tound, all in splendid :I is feared that great damage has been roast pork reminds us that our the stomach and purifies the bowels. Notice of Final Discharge.Notice I I

done to crops throughout the county to Price 50c. Sold by Mitchell's Drug is hereby given to all concerned that -
condition.Orlando reporter-Star. ancestors In England had a decidedly Store Starke Fla. !six months after date hereof I will present mr DAVIS .
say nothing of the i large quantity! of sweeter tooth than we have. In Tudor final returns as Executor of the estate of William -
The following news paragraph In The Underhill,late of Bradford county, Florida
timber that must have blown
beep\ down. times it was the general practice to Mustard Seed. ,deceased,and apply to the County Judge of
Key Welt Citizen tells of a most remark. In Perry fences were blown down, limbs pour nowy over the meat, and Indeed, All mustard seeds contain a ferment Bradford county Florida, for my tonal dl..- .;

able case of restoration of hearing: "Phil torn from trees and the streets flooded hon....' tr sugar was used in so many myroslne, and a glucoslde called slnalblne. chArge. W. H. UNDERHILL, FOR I .

Pritchard, who has been very deaf for with water. The roof was blown completely dislips (to say nothing of being mingled This ferment acts upon the Executor of the Estate of William
Underhill,deceased.
' the past three years, is the happiest man off Turner's dry goods.r store and with the wine) that It Is on record sinalblne in the presence of water. June 17,1910.-6m .

in the that the teeth producing the essence of mustard in INSURANCE
of
in Key West. While working partially off Mickleson's and Caswell'sand most people were

I printing office of T. T. Thomas, he suddenly -. their black in consequence. Most of our an- which is found the characteristic excitant Mixed.
loss from damaged goods will Ella-There are nearly fifty distinct .1
of the Citizen cestors' dishes would be too rich for us
heard the running
press probably be considerable. diseases of the eye. Stella-The Idea .
for
and he stated that it was the prettiest today, surely even the most accomplished ':Be sere, and take a bottle of Chamber F.lluypq.. the '""'". dp r.-Exchange. .

music he ever heard. His deafnesswas I The Florida manager forthe Sprague diner out would shrink from lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea ,
oysters stewed In wine, pigeons stuffed
caused by being hit behind the ear Mercantile Co. has gone to Chicago'toorganize Remedy with you when starting on your isos arg.aw.a
with gooseberries, grapes boiled In trip this summer. It cannot be obtainedon -
in a boxing bout with Ed Wagner.A company with as apical stockof butter and mutton stuffed with oysters. board the trains or steamers.

some $500,000 to operate a chain of ,London Chronicle. Changes of water and climate often 1 THE '
Wan-
from
went FOR MAN
gentleman recently :
cold storage plants in this state. The.. cause sudden attacks of diarrhoea, andit I
chula Sanford to look at land. He The Hookah In India.
: idea of this company will be to make Is best to be prepared. Sold by all .
; found they were asking |225 an acre for The hookah Is smoked as a refreshment dealers. -
'
the meat attain the quality of Westeni'products ** t
, land four and a half miles from the rail and sign of fellowship by the na ( B Mexican Houses.M WHO WANTS :
and bring equally as good pri :
I :' road. Ridiculous I Maybe so, but it '.. tins of India and not merely as a luxury. The main walls of many houses In : :
ces.
will not be many years before it will be ? When a group of natives are Mexico are from three to six feet thickto .

P impossible to buy good fertile land in As a change from tarpon fishing it is seated together and. as Is the custom. withstand earthquake shocks. The : estthai can besought

Florida for that price. If land in the said shark shooting. rom the; ocean piers the hookah Is passed around to each In Staggers Skeptics.

north that will not average producing is the latest diversion of the angling turn It Is considered very bad man

more than |25 per acre is worth $200 per sportsmen at Daytona. When a big fellow ners for any one to decline to have a That Bucklen's a clean, nice Arnica, fragrant Salve compoundlike will instantly AT ANY PRICE

fair for is hooked, and this is quite often few the hookah Is thus ...
acre, what would be a price an puffs. If re- relieve a bad burn, cut, scald, "

acre of Florida land that will produce when bass fishing from the pier, he is fused In a friend's house or while one wound or piles, staggers skeptics. But Your Goods are Sipped tile SAM DAY Of&r t is Sternalfokif .

from $100 to $1,000 per acre per annum? given a dose of lead,. and gives no more Is the guest of another It Is regardedas great cures prove it's a wonderful healerof .

trouble, and no sympathy is wasted an insult If for any reason a native the worst sores, ulcers, boils, felons,
on
Advocate.
Wanchula WC WILL MaP YOU. XPRCaft PAID
skin eruptions as also chapped 4 r.
eczema, ,
is put out of caste the fact Is "
Oapt. Harley ,Oawthon and his squad him, for many a poor fisherman has had strictly marked by his former caste hands, sprains and corns. Try it. 25c, .. BLBNDDGOODO: : "

"K" returned a splendid SO-pounder nipped off the lineor at all druggists. UU'tt Uoabr Rupee
from Company
: of sharpshooters fellow's refusal to smoke with him,and
:
bitten in two by these voracious :d)0 opftBtt %...... tt......)
4 Fnday night from St. Augustine anyone who eats, drinks or smokes Matched."I 1fU&ID Harry 8W Gab

.. bringing with them* magnificent Tali- wretches just before*' it could, be hauledout .with an outcast Is.blmself out asted.- married my first husband: for mon- 4LOLL I Qum'ti 4 Pi IJ 0.-ns

aferro trophy, splendid silver cup given o he.water- ey and my second for love." \ g leTrl use abo.Bft it....un $1100
Method In His Tipping.
each year for the best rifle team from It is noticeable that many fine oak Bank Director am surprised sir, "Then"yoU are very happy now, I 3e S 8htnd..Clllb.Blrm'sroeogrw1.00, ....]....... 8.73 |1.00].r 00

both regiments of state troops, and each trees at various points traversed by the suppose c.n roof lfa'1104 Geb. .. ..!:.... .. 3.80! 1S.30>>
to learn that Into bank
you drop our "Alas no! Yon see.. my first bus- ,r4 Mt. Vunoaeuck .. ... .. .. .. ... 5..OQ 14.00
,L; member wearing the bronze medal of electric light wires are showing unmistakable every day and whisper tips to our cash band married me for love and my second 0v ut i........4.yl4fc.U. ... tOO 15.00 )

the winning team and attesting to an signs of Ides of vitality and most ier. Don't you know the information for money.; "-FHfgpnde Blatter. M ...c.r...... .

individual score of at least sixty. In addition of the affected ones will eventually die. must be a great temptation to him to ,IINt,,,,.,, ?Q four ROM ....'tl..;. .. 7.00 I8.9O

.k'w to piloting his team to victory in Such has been the experience of many use the bank funds to speculate with? afraid In buying to get a Chamberlain's cough medicine Cough, don't Rem be Tto.rft1beft...... jvl.... 7.CO UJO
WJiJJflZEY4fW
Wealthy Broker-Yes. CORN
the big contest Capt. Cawthon wears northern towns fifteen or twenty years edy. There is no danger from it, and .
"And yet you are a heavy stockholder ...*.... : ( s i"
medal for the highest installed relief is to follow. Especially recommended ttrPr
also the marksman after they had electric lighting sure bU. 10 dot ,I.M IU. O 0.oru t
of In our bank. for coughs, colds and whoop- ft r<... puktd ton* IMPntM.tt.tO. T.fto.eM OU R.Mr'L t. .".00 'ti.00
score at the 600-yard range, 4G out a systems, and we are$ no exception to the uJ ttt: so." hey'i.a a..r Black sad Bles. .;.. .:.. '.00 '.00 .
Sold all dealers.
cough.
50 and not only won this year rule.-Ex. tOn ing by rtrdo.. tt.W H.mR Cora X.M 10.90: l ,
a possible "Then, In the name of common sense Pri_ P.O. B.JacfcmnO.
made the highest score ever made on what's motive?" West Point Graduates.It .
but
J. your
that range at 600 yard line.De'uniakBreeze. complaint of, H. Pratt, masterof "Well the fact Is, I don't know will doubtless surprise most Amer BOTTLED IN :BOND
the sponge schooner Panormites of icans to learn that out of the small CAP &$5 PAeo
whether your cashier Is honest or not. .,
4,.
Tarpon Springs, who charged his crew but If be Isn't honest and if he does total of 4,121 graduates during the o-v 10..u i
Tom Baker started an alligator farm with mutiny, Deputy Collector of Customs first century of the existence of the CUrke's PON Rjt.".JOO IU.OO
but sells the sanri- use the bank funds to speculate= with Sunny Brook .. ... .. .. ... 5.00 13.00
out at Winnemissett, J. S. Walker, has arrested and bon Military academy, from 1S02 to 1902 .
I want him to keep on the right! side Earl/Tim** 5.00Guntnlximrr !J.t>>
he them. civil life at period ... ... ... ..
out as fast as captures ded for before United States 2,731 entered some 5.00 13.00K.OO
ans bad hand appearance of the market. See-New York Magazine. Mtllwood .. ,. .. . . 5.00 : ,
had to have what he on I of their career.-oiationnl
Parties Commissioner H. L. Crane the eight r Blam'sUaoogr.m..4.W 12.00
he has men out capturing a Monerief Spring .,. 4.00 H.OO
and now men in question. They will have a hearing Clark'Soar flub .. ... 400 10.5O
.' Sufficient number on hand all the in the next few days. It appears P. P. P.Mak5S BULK WH1SXIE8' ;

'time.-DeLand Record. I from the allegations of the master of the 180, $&00. tUG, ".00. M.60. $5.cO.


"")(Pensacola in advertising contemplates her advantages spending 110000 and,- vessel and confine that the him men on board did mutiny the vessel, attack in MamlOB s CUres s in Blood Poison 0 u1 Bienatiai and! Scroll BULK W.SO.www CORN IH 6 00 lr.r per WHISKY PAm GaUoo.' JACKSON'm: ,


I resources. A like amount was spent! for question. Masters of sponge schoonersare P. P. P. purifies the blood, builds up the weak and debilitated, gives 92.50. 83.00. WJO pit feBo, actor !i>' 1

the same purpose by Tampa last year frequently engaged by the crew all strength!: to weakened nerve, expels disease, giving the patient health led: crd'.f a
obtained. happiness, where sickness, gloomy: feelings and lassitude first prevailed. On all tt P. O ororer
of whom sail on shares and it is nothing -
: and good results were malaria and in all blood
In blood poison, mercurial poisi/u. : dyspepsia. goods will be snipped
Representatives of several large cigar new for his authority to be question. and skin diseases like L,Jtche:. pimnles, old chrome ulcers, tetter, scald Ln iulatk le gla>
' L: factories of Tampa, whose employees ee. They engage* the master, however, Lead: we say without fear of contradiction that P. P. P. is the best blooJ "LONOr ;

t enroute to diff- to comply with the law, but as his authority puriier in the world. "
are now on a strike, are Ladies whose systems are poisoned and whose blood is in an impure oa-
Brent parts of the state to secure temporary is supported by this same law, it dition chie to menstrual irregularities, are peculiarly beuefitted by the *'onderf J CHAS B :

location for their factories during is but natural that he will look to it ul tonic and blood cleansing properties of P. P. P., Prickly Ash, Toke ",

; of the strike, or until c n.4itloDi when his crew go awray, as is alleged Boot and P,) 3.Ssium. SI7-5l'fr :

the progress i we more settled in Tamps s the crew in this instance did. F. v. :I'Pf.A"1: SAVANNAH, CA. __. J Bar_,SYrtes _

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'STARKE, BRADFORD COUNTY.Fl. THE STATE-WIDE JaG T. PROHIBITION PROHIBIT? concerns, and.as others declare,actually* CollhBIAiDh1E6E! :

I am glad that Editor Russell has proclaimed It may not in Maine, ,but it does in increases the consumption of their
_. and Propr.
B.S. MATTHEWS Publisher by implication at least, that he Ift-rnando. It may not in Alabama according liquors,is it not marvelous that, these .

will confine his arguments to the right, to Pleasant A. Holt's ,paid-for brewers and distillers fight prohibitorylaws
-SU1S'CRIPTIOK- for that is of long suits. There r
+> .t" OneYear.... .................................*1-cc is nothing I one enjoy my'more than. to discuss literature appearing in a number state with all the means and power that ,( )

is. f BI )lontha,...... ........:.................,. .50] any question upon its rights, and I shall. newspaper, but it does in Brooksville. they can bring to bear? If "prohibitiondoes LAKE CITY, HENRYlti1rISEPresidentTRIBBLE.! D..o\?D..D. e
' t ../ '. ThrecMonus............................... .** await with eagerness* showing from It may not in Georgia where the whiskey not prohibit," at least to an: appreciable -

"> Brother Russell that he has n right other to men say it does not and the temperance extent, or does not materially Population of city ';000. No saloons. [Healthiest, city in United r
Fla., a* dictate the of some
at Starke government
'' > S Entered the Seond-clasn Ponofflce Matter. county than that of his own reSidenCE people say it does, but it does in decrease the demand for their liquors, States., .only.7 per thousand death rate i1.1ast 20 years. Highest '

'' -.- "- ... John C. Trice in Florida.! Hernando. The testimony of temperance then these brewer and distillers certainly alto ud&Of any'city in Florida. Beautiful. paved streets. College
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people and the advocates of the saloon are fiolish to waste their time property worth Ten fine builds
to dic- 400,000. on '
Starke, Fla., Aug 191910. This man Russell has no Hunt gs beautifully adorned
.. ----- tate the government of his own or any are diametrically opposed to cue and money in fighting prohibitory laws.It and laid-out 35-acre campus. O-aore ca'legs.farm, fully equipped
another in regard to Maine, Alabamaand is against reason to suppose that these adjoining Academic, Normal, Comme at "JvS
other county, and he )has never attempted ;. Collegiate Art and
PROHIBITION I IX (GEORGIA it. But he maintains that on all Georgia, but government statistics "captains of industry" are spending Music departments as con plete as if they ]*|ere separate institutions.

i' Georgia has beet held up as a fright questions affecting the public safety, corroborate the testimony of the temperance their money and working with might 'Diplomas issued on completion of course iii';each..q tment. Cur '
)}1 people. Say we reject both because and main to defeat the enactment, or to riculum ioteach as high ani in Ian '
e ful example of the failure of state-wide health and morals, the people of tie departmei as the} Board and
thtv.are. in direct opposition compass the repeal, of prohibitory laws tuition reasonable. Students low
bat it seems that there are whole state do have the right: "to dic- very as as 5th grade admitted.
prohibition :
.. what have we to fall back upon but err : fiat Either do not affect their businessat Positions secured for all competentaiid.vdrthy students "
tate the who
who in government. want
people iti that >tate persist
some
own experience, the evidence of our all or, as some say actually increasethe them. he-: 'i
seeing the nutter in a different light. In other words, in all questions of this) : r ::.: ;
demand
for their "
I 'own senses? In Hernarulo county and "wet ools. For terms address j. r
The Georgian, published in Atlanta, is character the state is the unit and'not Such ..JI. .
i Brooksville we know, and so does every i. a supposition is absurd, and the I .; '
one of the leading newspapers( of the the coniitv. I citizen in the county know, that prohibition -, conclusion! is forced upon any unbiased I WILL J. CONNOR ness ian ager., F. ,

i state and it gives interesting testimocy Of course John Trice will naturally I doe prohibit. Our own observation mind that prohibition does greatly decrease 8-12-3mo '_

on the other side of the question. The want to know our authority for this and experience are our best wit- the consumption of intoxicating I UL

followisgeduonalis from the Georgian: statement. Here it is: nt sscs. They declare unmistakably in liquors, anal promotes sobriety( iu any I _

Last Saturday, July SOth the thirdanniversary i Steele 152 county, state or, nation that it '\t, tI .....
of In the case of Lawton vs. favor of prohibition. Reasoning from adopts by .
of the passage Georgia'bfctntewide I -"
,A prohibition law was celebrated U. S. 130, the United States Supreme the known to the unknown, we must vote of a majority of its qualified'elec I ; '-

at Columbus: by appropriate exercisf Court says: conclude that if prohibition prohibits in tors. Thzcktray's Satir ,

l.eld nuder th' auspices ot the Woman's "The extent and limits of what is Hernaudo it mast prohibit in Alabama J. K. Furcn.! Thackeray" created quite erroneous 'rune Dollar' orth ofAIIE'
"
a ;'.t .' ,Christian Temperance Union of that known as the police power have been a I Georgia and Maine, which are beyond impressions of himself by often Indulging

'city occasion was one of rf.jo'cing fruitful subject of discussion in the app our knowledge. The means are the .' In irony in the "presence of people 0
r..W .t i: $
-'- .. bOUt that tt.e law was on the statute llatp courts of nearly every state in same and the conditions prevailing are I C. U. DEPARTMENT. i who': were incapable of understanding OACH I I
books and that if had been productive of It. One curious mstance which he gave
the union. It is universally conceded to the same and the results must be the Edited by :Mrs.: D. E. Knight. _

#' vase good to the state. include everything essential to the pub- !same. :...................................N.....nf...,i was this: .Thacklray had been diningat ,
Similar celebrations will no doubt become in the
9V the 4'f was talking
annual happenings in many parts lic safety, health and morals and to Bat some will say there are blind tiger You of times hear men say they would smoking Garrickjii room. fltl dinner with varl- ;1OPEPR

of the state, and such should be the case, justify the destruction or abatement: by i. ? and bootleggers in Hernan o. We favor prohibition but that it injures ,. oas club\ocquanJjjjpQces.:; | One of them
'
for the public mind is too apt to forget of whatever believe there Law does not eradi-
summary proceedings, may are. business. If this is a fact, we would happening t6rhauHft his cigar case
.the ir cost to this legislation. -
struggle
get be regarded as a public unisauce. Under cate, but lessens crime. A good citizen like for you to tell us why Key West a at home. TbacaaByT though disliking Is guaranteed toTjd any house of

It forgets all too soon the interests! this power it has been held'that the told us once that Hernando would be a city of 20,000 inhabitants with saloons, the man. vdpoj&s a notorious tuft Roaches, Antsjuoths and Bed

a that were arrayed against it, how they I state may order the destruction of a paradise for poor men were it not for has only two banks, while Gainesville hunter go- jfna1nrcdly: ( offered him one Bugs.'} Keeps ffias off dogs and

%1 fought and what vibrant rallying cries house falling to decay or otherwise en- hog stealers, of which we have had a with no saloons and only 0,000 inhabitants of his cigars. The man accepted the cures hem of Inange. 23 cents a

10 were it.necessary to concentrate the forces I dangering the lives of passersby; the few and may have some still. Shall the has five banks. Then, again, whyis cigar but not finding It to his liking box. i jP
bid
, ;y Public recollection of the conditions demolition of such as are in the path of law against stealing be abolished because it'that Tampa, a city of nearly 60,000 "had the taste to say to Thackeray

I ',., .prior to the law blso tend to grow dim a conflagration; the slaughter of diseased it does not prohibit perfectly? inhabitants with saloons and located in "1 say Thackeray* you won't mind my .
saying 1 don't think much of this
too quickly. cattle; the destruction of decayedor We had occasion once to look up the the garden spot of Florida,has depositedin #i
Forgetfulness of the birth struggle of cigar? {Thackeray, no doubt irritatedat si tarns
:
I unwholesome food the prohibitionof law in to the of consent. A
.. ; regard age her banks only $6,000,000 while
.' the law tents to beget a la'-k of apprfciatiou them n's ungraciousness and bear-
r of it and of the good that it is wooden buildings in cities; the regu- man in the room turned pale and Portland, Maine, a city that has had no Ing In mjpd his tuft hunting predilections _

(' .accomplishing day by day.Annversaryrejoi.irgi lation of railways'and other means of trembled with fear. Shall the law saloons for the last twenty years and located quietly responded. Ton oughtto Hats and Mice and cons

I ,, such afthose public com eyance, and of interments in against seduction. VIA abolished because in the poorest state in the union, my good fellow, for It was glve them -;-without any odor.
that took place at Columbus will bring
r*! it and its advantages back to public consciousness burial grounds; the restriction of objec he had violated it? with a population of nearly 60,000, has me by f\ lord." Instead however ojt .

; and will cause its friends to tionable trades to certain locations; the We came to Brooksville thirty years deposited in her banks 17,000,000? detecting the Irony, the dolt / { .

a .vear Renewed allegiance to it. compulsory vaccination of children; the ago when whiskey and the saloon were Then, why was it that we had only] ately ajmbnted the remark Imi- For Sale atNewJorkRul I r

The law has not stopped drinking, but confinement of the insane or those afflicted supreme in Hernando county. We saw one bank in Bradford county when blsbneS" \oI Thackeray's part j
it has lessened it, particularly the disorderly we the endlo/bis about
days went ,
kind. with contagions diseases; the re. men shot down in the court house and, were "wet" and practically as many inhabitants ing thai Thackeray bad boasted that \ ;Ket

It has not ended crime, but has prevented straint of vagrants beggars and habitual on the streets. A man's life was not then as now, and that we now he had 6mi lorol x{
given a cigar by a _
a lot of if. drunkards; the suppression of obscene safe. Gun play was a pastime, and have four banks and the fifth being :
And it bas fed wives and children and publications and houses of ill-fame the murder and assassination stalked A
# prevented: rcauy of them from becoming ; organized? Are not banks an indica- -If Maternal Instinct. > t\\.' Store (
widows and orphans. prohibition of gambling houses and through the county day and night. On tion of prosperity? "Children that yell like that ought ,

I l t In the aggregate it has added tremen- places .where intoxicating: liquors are public days ladies dared not go on the The state as a whole is a body politic either 't tot be gagged or kept at h
douEly to the peace and quiet of the sold. streets, and it was not safe for anyoneto and if'you injure either member of that remark -the Irascible gentleingdnvltb Starke, Fla. :1 k

state. Because of county option in the con stroll about after dark, because of body yon injure the whole, but still we the white heard to the bus conductor.
wealth and have
\ bean Economy its products., > happiness stitution the people of Florida are denied stray bullets. It was said that murder will contend that we can take the young "And faces like the one jtvdt you're $ 19-1k

" It is worth celebrating. the exercise of this right, as relatedto and assassination were caused by fends manhood of this state and make drunkards scarln' people with" chipped in the .. .

,. Year after }ear will witness better en- places where intoxicating liquors are among the natives. Hernando had the of them and debase and ruin them mother of the noisy Infant "oughter '-
t lorcement of it, and from time to time, of in the be made into door knockers or sent ter ,it '
sold-the breeding places of a very large worst reputation any county and that in so doing we add to our prosperity 0.
i" as is reluirEd, it will be strengthened the chamber o' 'orrors. ..;
"
percentage of the crime committed in state. By a supreme effort of the good as a whole. Does not ;j :
prosperitygo
I and male: more effective. The gentleman with the patriarchalface
.' t Bought with a struggle; it must nec- the state, and which, under the county people the county went "dry." Murder hand in hand with morality and intelligence fungus took a brick red complex

' I .essanly be enforced with a struggle, option system, slops over from the and assassination ceased. Hernando has ? ton. "I know'U'a awkward at times* Carter's Pricest

,maintained with a.struggle and perfected "wet" into the "dry" counties.It become the most law-abiding and peace- Have you ever noticed an advertisement he commenced. > 4 t"It's
with
: a struggle.Notwithstanding some temporary setbacks is to regain this right that the peapie ful county in the state. The natives are by a saloon for a clerk who was more'n awkward; It's nothIn'sbort t

'I 1. the prohibition sentiment is of Florida will be asked to vote for here still, and are peaceful, honorableand addicted to drink? No, and you never o' 'orrlble" snapped the lady, as Fancy Groceries: x .

I spreading all over the nation. the proposed amendment.The true to the obligations of society.It will, but no doubt you have noticed such she once more glanced at the sorry t 0

i A recent census report on the statistics legislature, which has its hands was not feuds but fusel oil, which advertisements by them for sober clerks. elderly man's set of features. White Meat, 13 cents per pound 0 i
of cities for, the 1908 shows that tie
I i drinking places decreased year by nearly 8,000 tied by the present county option clause, kept the county in a constant riot of They readily realize the difference between When rest of the passengers Ut- Beet Pulp; $1.75 per sack of 100
tered audibly c3Rf gentleman
\ in three years. without it would have the undoubted crime. When the saloons ceased fend the abilities of a sober man and a the.t. came pounds.: :

I "This decrease: ," says the report, right to enact statutory state-wide pro fighting ceased, and houses of ill-fame drinking man. In fact, about all the to the conclusion that it behooved him Peaches- 12> cents per can

. i "was not confined to any section of the hibition. If the people want the beverage followed the saloons out of the county, man that can meet with any success in to speak to the point."I Pork and Beans, 3 for 25 cents. "-
but in mean the chlld"he tried once
. country of states, except is apparent in certain of every the Rocky group liquor business outlawed throughout and crimes against virtue, and againstthe the saloon business is the man who is a more. .., .. Mb. Can Corned Beef 17 cents.

\1 Mountain states. The decrease has the state of Florida their only remedy rights of property and persons were total abstainer. "And you didn' 1 mean It no good." IC-quart Galvaized Buckets, 20 t

been most marked in the cities of the is to be found in voting for the amend- greatly lessened. Fends, rape, murder, The.Alabama letters which are ad- returned the Iady, "else you wouldn'ta cents eacjs.
"
south Atlantic states. ment.-Palatka News. theft, arson and assassination are the vertising matter paid for by the saloon looked at It."-London Ideas. Good Galvanized: No. 2 Tubs,
_ Meaning so much it is entirely befitting *
fruits of the saloon in city town 65 ch.
that the prohibition law be cherish. or element of the state are practically cents e

+ J ed and defended.-The Georgian. DIXIE. country. The greater crimes are not making the assertion that saloonism and The Expense of a Wife. Tin Wzlye cheap.

Heyburn, of Idaho, is an ass, senator committed, and the lesser are only to a democracy are synonymous terms and A wife is a decided addition to the Good Mixed Corn, fl.75: a sack.

j It rather looks as if the publisher of a though he be. He has exhibited: himself medium degree, in Hernando. Hernando that the voting ont of the saloons means demands upon one's purse. In that No. 1 imothy, Hay, $1.50 per

1 1 Tallahassee journal got himself pretty in that capacity so frequently that the was once a county fruitful of crime the destruction of democracy. We sense, however sensible and managing hundred pounds.

I deep, says,the Miami Metropolis from correctness of the assertion known of and disorder now it is a haven of peace want to say to you that the voting out shy may be she* expensive. But Sugar, )'S pounds $1.00.

the following, which appears in the National all The other day at Seattle and The everything worth hajing has Its priceof
I men. good will. change came about of the saloon is the purifying of democ White:Shorts, $1.85 per sack.

, Prohibitionist"Mr. John C. Trice Wash., at a reception given a local congressman when the county went dry. racy. What is the difference betweenthe some one\ sort or'another' and there are No. 2 White Oats, $1.95 a sack. '
things which
publisher of Florida published at Tallahassee Heyburn was a guest. The Prohibition does prohibit, has prohlb- democratic and republican parties wblchr life is hardly cost worth much living.without' .. Kerosene Oil, 13 cents per gal-

\ f I Fla., announces his refusal to orchestra furnishing the music rendered ted, and will continue to prohibit in since the democrats have petitioned and Said Thlers: "Most men contemplate Ion. ; .

support Ex-Gpv. Broward for the United that pretty and popular medley embracing Hernando. Oar people are not different voted for high protective tariff on cotton making some self genial when they Best Japanese Rice, 23 pounds,

i, .States Senatorship on the ground that the Star-Spangled Banner, Yankea in a marked degree from the other people lumber, etc.? Is not the chief boneof marry. They think they will give up '1.00. f'

the (Trice) has never written an article Doodle, Columbia and Dixie, with other ,of the state. Therefore, we may contention in the south the negro f such and such expensive\a pleasures. Best R|tO, whole head pearl

nor published an advertisement that he merry quips and stirring marches. conclude that having prohibited in this question? Then, is it not the saloon Later on, when they discover that they grain, 14 pounds $1.00.

: did not believe to be for the interests of When the few bars of Dixie were reached county, prohibition can and will prohibit -( forces that are qualifying the negrces cannot do so, and at the same time Come to|I my store near the depot -

the community in which he lived. This Senator Heyburn angrily undertook to throughout the state.-Brooksville and restoring them to their franchise they lack the means to Indulge, they and }napect my goods. Call

he says is his religion. When one turns: silence the music. But it was all! in Argus. privilege and not the temperance forces? complain that It Is the extravagance Phone N oi 1 18.

aver Mr. Trice's paper and finds twelve vain. The musicians went sturdily on In doing so the saloon element have of their wives which causes the incon
to
whiskey advertisements aeery BRADFORD'S venience. ji All goods i delivered free hi town.
big occupy and finished the program, while the JAIL. that extent joined with the

large percentage of its space, he is crowd hissed Heyburn. "Work on the new jail is going on as The truth of the matter is this republicans. Which wise saying Is applicable to 0
is a men in other
general countries
inclined to feel that Mr. Trice's religion A Times wanderer spent some time at merrily as can be expected for a build. election in which the republicansand France.-New York American.besides that of

ought to be put in the museum." Seattle last year, loafing about for purposes ngof that kind," says the Starke Telegraph democrats join and say by their f Joe Carter

--- of observation mostly, and he which then goes'on to tell of the .. a
_ When the Fort Myers Press remark votes what the constitution of the state Reiterated.Edmund ,
found Dixie to be a favorite air. No installation of a patented gallows that shall stand for Kean was playinVin' Bich-J
that "Editor Matthews of the Starke whether for a ..
concert was complete without it or a can be used as a hoist for materials as and IIL." and the part of Catesby had
pure government for
Telegraph is opposed to the prohibition or a corrupt and
medley including its choicest strain of well as a drop for bad men. Just why debased and to be taken by a low comedian who i Starke, Fla.
government
." constitutional amendment" Editor Buhl it is not a L
melody. Everybody, and there the workmen should not be as as sauntered on to the stage at the .. .
were gay wrong
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of .. ... I
misses his guess. Thft editor of this pa. question partyism, and we do not so I ; :::c- ; c : .' "
,3 people from every state, liked it and their usual good spirits suggest, while contend this letter moment and uttered the famous .
by
for the constitutional only
j vote
to wo wantedto
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expects
per cheered it. 'Thi" on its merits, without constructing the jail, is not very clear words -My lord, the Duke of Buck .
show the
J amendment. Twice as a member of the regard to the land of its origin or that it -but possibly the Telegraph imagined fallacy of this advertising ingham Is taken," In theVrong place. Just th+j. Cur H. W ntacL .:
legislature he voted for the submission matter of the saloons in their contention Edmund clinched his Ists in rage !The popuia: captain of an Atlantic ;
had stirred the souls and limbered the that men working with all the beauties
.of the amendment to a vote of the peo that the voting ont of the saloon de- but otherwise took no notice of the remark liner has a fine collection of mal de
legs of the tatterdemalions that followed and interest of outdoor Florida about ,' >
ple. This need not, necessarily, have stroyed democracy. but the of the
mer.stories. easily
-
gem
.. the stars and bars fifty years ago. them must necessarily feel sad for the Later the comedian
in his individual repeated the
E -committed him, acting lot deals with bridal
Philadelphia
P, The northern audience applauds Dixie necessity of constructing a place of de- Saving His words In the right placi and when a
capacity, to vote for the ratification of FMlings. couple. J '!
amendment, but his conscience commits partially as a token of reconciliationwith tention. The patent gallows is a good The Office Boy (to persistent lady the king expressed surfrtse at the
the
the south, as a renewal of the compact thing to have about the place, especially artist who calls six times a week)-The news Catesby folded his arms: walked The bridegroom' being on his first
.
him to that course.The of brotherhood with a people who as it can be utilized for other pur- editor's still engaged. The Lady Artist boldly down the stags\and remarkedto deep sear trip;, continual tempestuous

1 accepted defeat manfully and unwaveringly pose -and may never be needed for the -Tell him It doesn't matter. I don't the great actor in load tones: weather produced agonizing results.

,. sea island cotton market quotalookgVW came back to national allegiance.So infliction of the extreme penalty. want to marry him. The Office Boy- "I told, you so before Mr. Kean but "Take care; Marmaduker!" cried the

tion .In the Savannah quotations much for the popularity of Dixie m TimesUnion.LET I "aven't the 'art to tell 'to that miss. you wouldn't believe me;" bride. "That ''Isn't the cure for sea

no grade is quoted at lea than He's 'ad several disappointments to- sickness. Doot yon see the bottle Is
But
there is
28 cents and fancy cotton is quoted at a special aspect. more. 'EM DO THEIR WORST. day. Try and look In again next year. Nonroyal. Hea48e. marked 'carbolic: acid?"*

from 84 to 35 cents. Farmers should There are sweeter melodies, braver The Tampa Times wants a drainage -London Sketch. One'of the attaches of the American Thafs the;bottle l want he groan

their cotton carefully and get the marches, more resounding hymns, more district established in Bradford county, --- embassy at London tells a story where ed.-New York:Herald. :'

1 pick Local patriotic airs than Dixie. Each is goodIn to dredge Alligator creek so that the 0 ptlmiatia"I in Michael Joseph Bury, the poet who .
buyers
possible price.
'highest its place-but Dixie is universal in its surplus waters of the "propinquity" was pinched for being too opt!. was appointed a police magistrate in j'
said to be giving as high as 10 cents will be carried "
:are appeal to humanity. Born of the crude away. Now what will mfctic.1, '-- Dublin was the principal figure. There YOUR OWN BURDENS.
for the best cotton in' the Gene :Matthews: say about that bring-
.aeed.per pound If this condition lasts throughoutthe emotions of a simple people, there is a lag his bete noir, "dreenage," right to "Aw. coo otr.." was brought before him an Irish They oaIycaD, bear ethers' burdens -

*"aon it will mean good times in lilt and,a ring, a melody and a touch, a his door-Lakeland News.A "Fact I thought.th stock I was American charged with suspicious con who uSedy and firmly bear ,4

Bradford county in spite of the short quivering thrill that wakes the heartstrings selling would be worth something duct. The officer making the arrest their own burdens. The pnadpb
BUSY ORGANIZATION. some day"Washington Herald. stated among other things that ,
rop. of humanity in the abstract and tip of
service mvdres the of
-- The Florida Railroad Commission are culprit was wearing a "B publlean pose aoa ;,
the that starts the
particular poise to
There are almost as many banks in the busiest set of men we know of these It eo. .r. the Land. bat" strength. To stoop i in pity one

Gainesville M there were salOODI a fewyears beating more quickly, that wakes the hot days. They are holding meetings ."W shall never sea that great "Doe. your honor know what that must first haw leaned to stand n

Dce.-Waldo News. child-soul in every man and. impels the in sections of the state for the accommodation American novel. It an't be written means?' was the Inquiry put to the erect. Fxh'ooetalesbeanliisown ":>

The f oregolag 4s about the_strongest lips to open and the vocal organs to of shippers and are giving of "Why notr"Wt court by the acaaed'a 1aWJ'& \
ficial duties their burden ;
[hort wroon' pet prohibition that has emit the whoop that"g"'**** that it is a demonstrating very undivided clearly that attention they, bar too many dialects.'* It may be" cufiMtal Bury tint baa ,added to hen the further .

.come tinder our notice daring the,campaiga joyous thing to live and breathe and are the right men in the right place at "Writ It m baneban Tenucolar.- It metxs hat without t erown.Harpert ."- tba: be eaf thera' \. ." .,

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frr': / .Jrli S' -* R tN*) PLATFORM- vSQBARftY n Notice of Election. Shipment of Mathusiiek Pianos" Just Arrived, i j:.lL:



Alabama Nominee ( Goicraor ill!
:. orj I I WHEREAS the Legislature of 1909 under the .

Heed Benests of Party Conyeniion. GLOOMY Col.ptvTurtf: -;tut1un joint of 1885 resolution of the State proposing of Florida amend-did RAMPs I

Montgomery, Ala., AUJ;. 17 (Special). ai.-nt- to tm Constitution of the State- of' Florid The New Line at the Establishment i pf F. O. Miller Is V
1 of ,
and the sani were ayrf-ed to vote Colic, and all tomach
i c:;' : -T set atcrestfor: all time rumors as tot thit- ,-tilths nt ah the nifmbtrs el '{'t.'d to each troubles
IIESFOKDENT ,. aid joint r.-Mlntlon3wnv instantly relieved .
r ho that th vote on Attracting Much Attention.P. '
J :: how,he would stand on the question of i'nt..rUi'JU their respective journals with I e

; thereon, and thiydiddeterniim .
etate-vride prohibition, lion. Emmet wl)h vMUB'id nays
-o THINKINC or THESUICiGE and aid joint resolution J
O'Neal, democratic nominee for gov- !.t- nl'mlttt-d! to tin- elector of the Stateat -P"inkinel O. Miller
: [ STUNTFORGET I 'lie ;K<-n.-ral cl 1t'ti.H ia Uoveinler' 1910.Jv 419 West Bay Street, piano. : .

ernor.' declared at the famous confer- "w, 11.-n-iure. I.HX'iBv Crag ford Secretary Jacksonville, has: now on his floor a full Mr. Miller Ls!{doing a good businesswith ,
ence-of democrats that, he would carry of :"i;:ate t .r flu ::t.li,'of rIuridldo hi'reby give' (nuT DAVIS1} line
Mathushek "
KOtn'tl.atit pianos, from the the MatlmUiek
piano, and it is be-
This famous remedy never fails to
the democratic
out the declaration] of GENERAL! ELECTIONwir. style No. 11, at 350 to
the
I relieve pain, both external and in up Player lieved that them will be more ilathn-
convention on local option so far as lay ,.. Tnesdav and Grand, at ::j 5O. There
in Florida -
i : I bIn; each co'.ntv on ternal. are twenty- slicks sold this yar than any other
piano
I
within his power. next "ucc,'vdn'tiie lir--t Monday lu JJovI five of these and i
0 I eni', .r, A. D. ]MU th, aid Tue ltj' 1 eing the other pianos. on his on the marJ. t. This piano is especially .
"It I: could not stand upon the plat I .
floor and this stock furnishes
Eighth Day of N'orcmber an assortment adapted to the Florida climate.
form my\party has drawn for me I''I -aid Notice ol Application for Letters Patent from which .!
the
for tl ra.jrio'aroll..r' rejectri'i of anyone can be pleased. There is no fioer stock of
would surrender the staadardjjthdt has jorr r....,\.it.i>,.--pru; ",ini; tie:' iiiie!.cljm ntt to I Some of these instruments pianos, or-
the Constitution <,f the bt-tte of Florida, 'viz: NOTICE is h"reb1 that the unclprsign- are offered gnus and musical goods anywhere than

.; been put in my.hands and give up the SENATE JOINT KESOLirriON. proixisins: an .< intend to"apply to th.- Governor of I at,rare bargain prices, and on his easy in the store of :F!; O. Miller and with his
Florid on the LTth day of August, A. D. 191U, ,
commission accoidedjme] by the democratic t- a'in: :1.1'1I.'lIt to Artu'It XIX of th C'onstitu-
;:. V ti 'lllf 'h. stati- of >londa.! r.-latinn\: the for letters patent upor! the proposed charter : payment plan there is no reason why system of cut prices and

L voters of Alabama. The delegates nlatfl.!.:,':ure uiul ".II... i.r otliT di-po..al,of ,"opy .of which pr.blWied following thisnotice. every home should not be supplied with I easy paymentsan3'one .
( can save money by
I to the state democratic convention 1' | hit :;1.-1IizL3.',liqunruiid. Uvrbgts.t of -. __ ____. trading there.
; Bi u ii-oimi .r tin Li '_':->inture of the :State ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF CITIZENS h '__ _
-
were selected directly by the people and !: K.or.di... .'. ;: BANK OF RAIFORD.We \
| That _-'. XIX of the COII.tHuti"nufth.
fresh from the people they declared C ''State'.,' ,i i1i; "'l-i! i I.. uiil the -;\111" i., hirelnr. the nuders-.jmed hi-reby a.s.-ociate onr- John B. Stetson .
a : .
.t; AIINq sehts tdgetht and Income Ixxly l'oTpoJrah'un.r University
i tllll"I\U"U"''' i.t" 1'.1\11 aolliiv-;;
..... their position in unmistakable terms ur.r I < the lau"s of the Mate of Florida and d..
-
-" I Artitlt Xi.'C Sei-tvi'i 1. The rruiufiicture: LINCOLN HULLEY Ph. D. Litt lieJdent .
hi reby make adopt declare and subscril the, D., LL. D. |
: on the chief issaes of the campaign. I i, nnd sale, linrri' orch.m of all iutoxicatirgI
following as the articles of our incorporation: i
liquors; uiil: 1 I\" rape-, whetherpintuous, THE BEST SCHOOL iJo FOR YOUR
r shall de'ote.mne ealousl I t vinous or 31 in:t. ,ir.. :I.'n'y! forevtr prohibited 1.-NAME AND PLACE OF BUSINESS.The I ) CHILDREN .. .. '
carrying out of. the1!' i*S* rl6hs, they 1 I in the Stat ';t 1-1"1'1.1t.. .-xi:ipt uli-iii for iued1 corjHinite name hall be the Citizens SEND THEM TO STETSON* t
I IT 1 ical, -rt" \til:<- ..r -.ei'hancil: ]urpo-e and Dank of R.uford and principal place of bu.s- 49 Professors and Instructors .
have given me." C .''wine for ir.:LtL nal! puri>oethe: ,.al"of ine *" &hl\\11e\ in the Town of R.iiford, Countyof College o< Liberal Arts f'
r
i. wh1cl1&lcoholl\lltl ni'ie: f..r tne purpo-e- aforesaid Bradford und State of Florida. 17 University Buildings College of Law i.
\
The Blount..Springsjconference: was shall I.n ;:uItt.i !'y law. NATURE OF BUSINESS TO BE TRANS 28 Acre Campus College Technology -I1. _

l composed of leading mocrats to ti e 1 Sec. 2. Thi i clature.ai. : nnot -r.italile of ACTED. 581 Students Last Year College D* BusinessPreparatory ,-! .* _
t I law-f >r the t nJ 'TC"lIh'llt of the provilon-;
number of 200. Its primary purposewas SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR thb article. The general nature of the business to betransactedhill $250,090.09 Endowment : Academy .

I s. a. 'rhi.. :irti.1.tll :.:oiiito iftet on the \ be that of a general bunking ,15,000 Volumes in
( Library
consult *" the good of the Stirs the LIver to H"I Lotion Normal and Model Schools
business
to for flr.-t d.iy of July. A. D. Wll.I with all power a.s is provided by the a
has -and- j statutes of the state of Florida governing businevs $10,000.00 Pipe Organ School of :Mechanic Arts .
The
: party
party. democratic
s MAKES LIFE I A JOINT REMJLVTICOC iiropjsin amendment of such nature. 10 Large Laboratories for Science School Music .* A
every'party finds where direct WORTI4JVIN.
A found what I I -, to Arlii-li- of tr.e Ciui-tirutnm of the :CAPITAL STOCK. Unsurpassed General Equipment School of Pine A.oJ t

primaries ontinue for several .. State of Florida: rt'Hhto! the Judiciary The amount of the capital stock of such corporation Separate dormitories for and
young men young women. Careful ar'mhistr,(;on and thorough .aperyls.'
shall\ l .
department >e Fifteen Thousand Dollars Chnstian _
years at lessening, of party lines, a Bf J it resolved !by' tin iri-lature- of the State of divided into one hundred and fifty shares of and sectarian te3dtin(. For catalogs or Y t1rs. for information or for roam reservations. Iddr.::: _
r of Alaa !,'- Florida the par value of one hundred dollars each. All JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY. DeLAND. FLORIDA "
t vagueness party; fnrganization.: That thefollou;: I\IIH'ntlmt'nt. Article V of said capital stock has been fully subscribed ; $ : 1\

.n a was one of tbb first states in the Factbiiers.Do of the Constitution of the State of Florida. rel-- and will be mid in full, or ivs provided by section ____ ____ ______ .
Interesting to hi. numbered :3598 oft he --
ativeto the Judiciary department General Statutes of the State of '
: to ado t\ tfae.. direct primary. ;! Sections SS', 4U"and41 ot said Article) V. be Florid\.

\1901 Alabama bp been selecting you know thatl4ba, to test and the same artliirehy agreed to and .liallhe Said corporation may from time to time Increase fl
t
: o ( Havana tobacco, the r ed into a submitted to the ilctors of the state at the capital stock to an amount not to exceed i------------- 7 ,
; ffflcial from United States senator general election to I." held on the first Tuesday Thirty Thousand Dollars.
cigar and lighted to getiete, then after the first Monday in XoveiuU-r A. D. 1910$ ,
f.to ..stable... ,in aprimary.,. '.\ the light is permitted to '''' and the for ratification or rejection to.wit : 4.-TERM OF EXISTENCE.The J I
Sec. 39. From! and after the adoption of these corporation shall commence at the date :
: rimaPyias features to cigar is again lighted, and if the taste is
excellent amendments the Criminal Court of Record in of letters patent upon these Articles of Incorporation -
nmendjt, but its unmistakable: ten rank and bitter the tobacco is graded as and for Escamliia county shall \\t known as.the and shall continue for ninetynineytars. -
.. inferior quality. Palm Smoker lU"e always Court of Record in and for all f'ounty.and. in JASPER NORMAL COLLEGE >: '"
ency u to,wipe out part lines and todestroyparty sweet after rt lighting. y addition their pn'sent juri-illction, the aid 5.-OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.The : h

discipline, if uft\party effefctiveness. court and the Judge: thereof, nhalf have, in business shall be conducted by the following )
Do know that fin with the circuit .
,
eoiu-urrmt .
you yon cannot ge't Eacaiubia county officers and a board of not less than I
.
This has happen hvAIabania : er Havana' tobacco in any citmr at any court of said county und t he Judge: thereof the five' directors who shall be elected by the ...... .. ') ".' .,
.
of all! other casts i.
where there have been two eafe I price than that which is PalntSmoker saue original jurisdiction stockholders at each annual meeting.A .
m a :
and authorityto
and mattt *and theanie
power TV
: :
president, vice-president, cashier and such !
: i e 'prohibition elections, in botn of which I ker? is.sue all writ as thereof the circuit, court of said- other officers as the said corporation may OPENS SEPTEMBER I 13, 1910 ; (;
I know that Palm Smokers are county and the Judge excepting capital authorize all of which officers shall be elected
B&Ude de- you and the to .summon and em- ,
the prohibitionists were cases pouer by the board of directors after adjournment t. ;
immediately o
.. AL&bma is not to discard I made", by Cobnn hand workmen? :a-ery empanel a!:ran fetef.2 ready chi'lr: .will burn even and draw free not The same rules of proeedureaiidpractleeand and their duties shall be prescribed in the j .. '
the primary system, and it may never like cigars that are made in molds. rlghti which of trial obtain by in judges said circuit ad lit cm court and shall referees by laws. Said board of directors shall have' ..: I I: f
to the subordinate officers
do it, bat theaaecfbsity .has been felt of Do you know that Palm Smokers cost obtain in said court of record. The Governor power whose powers appoint and duties shall be provided by, Nice quiet clean town.: Moral .
.1. may,in his discretion order any one of the circuit the by-laws. [and relig- fti
dealers than other 5c ? .
the more
organization. cigar
tightening up" party any judges of the state to hold one or more .
14.theet: this necessity the Blount That is because they are worth a great terms or parts of terms of said court of record. MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS. ious influences excellent. Health record very '
deal more.Doyqu"know. Ii: II t Sec. 40. The Supreme Court of the Stateshall V The annual meeting of the stockholders of :
s ga confere te-was called. ,. have appellate jurisdiction in all causes of this corporation shall be on the first Tuesday of good. Board in the best homes $3 week. '
that the wrapper id which jurisdiction is granted to said court of January of each year. The officers who are to per ; j
0' (The conferejr&e was eminently sue- filler of a Palm Smoker comes froznte record. Appeals and writs of error shall be serve' an such until those elected at the annual Tuition in '
.
; literary department
Nful. It wal determined to have no prosecuted from the said court of record to the ineetingln 1911 shall be qualified l.hall be: per month. .
tlt famous district of <
!!; \yielta Abajo CJ4, supreme Court in. accordance with the laws T. B. Handley, President.A. ,

', J ore prohibition fighting, with its and that the same grade of tobac is and rules governing' such proceedings from the D. Andrews, VicePresident.J. Courses of Normal fo'j'rafr
Study
Classical
used imtheffinest brands of iniported'igars"ff' circuit court to the Supreme Court. .J. Handley, Cashier. :- Scientific ..
f crimination and recrimination. It was Sec. 41. All the provisions of the Constitution Directors-T. B. Handley A. D.Andrew. J. :. .
determined to have an aggressive and and all laws enacted in consonance therewith H. Jones, W. M. \Vhitten JO. B. Gordon, H. C. Music. i r r.-'.
I Do that if have ziot pertaining to the said Criminal court of Richard J. C. Byrd. 1.: 1, ;
yotrjltnow you
1 vigorous campaign against the republican recoro.and the officers thereof, including the ".LIMIT OF! INDEBTEDNESS.The .
smoked Smoker that '
a'P&boi Our
)
holds
t yoq"e manner of the appointment or election and the principal first-grade certificates in
) '\'t ticket, not because any fear of reublican not smoked tie best? terms of office and compensation of said officers highest amount of indebtedness or other :
j success because it shall apply with like effect to the said liability to which this corporation shall at any Georgia and Florida. He knows \ .
felt but hoto
is knoVthat '
Do :you a Palm Smoker pas court of record and the officers thereof,except time subject itself shall be as limited by section train
'
helpjnuld, up the party to its old that smooth, rich taste that is so much as provided by the-amendments. The present Florida.2713 of the General Statutes of the State of teachers. I: ,
-aid criminal court of record I
officers of
sought in high-grade Havana cigaas? ;
btingfprm.v shall l>e the officers of said court of record and 8.-THE INCORPORATORS. : .

fl-k .1tM: : W.. T. SlI EEHAN.'r Do you know that substitutes may dl-charge the duties and receive until the.emolunivnts the The names and residence of the subscribing For further information address ; I
._
fr offices expiratioa ,
look the same as Palm Smokers, but of their re-pective incorporators. and the amount of stock subscribed -
'I .T they will not taste the same? Insist of their present terms of office. The for by each of them, are as follows: \
; The Attraction. up- salary! of the .Indue -aidcourt of record shall ; I
: all millions to on getting a Palm Smoker, then you be two thousand and five' hundred dollars ayear Name. Residence. Shares.T. : -
. up my know the best that payable quarterly by the county of Es. B. Handley_____Baiford' Fla.,_____-____ 08 E. F. FENDER, Jasper Fla. .
. are gettnv money ,
you .
She If did wouldnorhave ..
have yoi. you you cambia,and may I be increased by the Legislature. A.D.Andrews..Raifbrd.Fla...__.----__ 3) -
me. will buy. t .T. H.Jones_----_--.Kaiford Fbi ._____--_u 10 -
Tire price of Pahn Smokers is 5c and From and after the.expiration the term of W. M. Whittei..Raiford. Fla.,--_____--- 10 .
1 Judge the Judge of said R.L. Lookhart..Raiford,
office of the present Fin.----------- 1
are for sale'at all firsSclass dealers. court of record shall hold his office for four J.C.Byrd---------RalfordFIa------------ 10 j

i WOMEN'S WOES. years. O. B. Gordon__n._Raiford.Fla__.____ 10 .
\ a- H.C. Richard -__..Starke, Fla".----__----_ 10 -
GOVERNOR'WANTS ADDRESSES JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amendment 1 In Witness Whereof, the subscribing Incorporates -
to Section thirty-five of Article V of the have hereunto subscribed
:Ttoe Women of Starke Are Finding Re- : their
: ) Constitution of Florida relating to establishment names:

,1Iet at Last. Small Sum ol HoneyUor-Men Be it resolved of courts.by the Legislature of bbs State A.T. B.D. HANDLEY ANDREWS,, .

It does seem that womenjjhave more Served In Co. M. -,:. of Thai Florida! the :f-'lIr! \\'i:12 amendment to Section J. .H.:>1.l"'HITTEN.JOXES.W. The

i :'than: a fair share of the aches and pains tUrty-'iveof A rt ..Jo V of the Constitution of B, L. LOCKHART, Telegraph JOB PRINTERY
1 Tallahassee, Fla., June: 9.-Governor' Flonda !$ hert-'t" : a;:.ti-d to and shall be pro- J. C. BYRD .
ik. :that afflict humanity. They must Gilchrist.holds a small C of inoiieV posei; i 'd suY"-ltte'i! r" electorsof the State O. B. GORDON, .
must attend to duties in spite sum for up >i'oval or r. 5"*''.;.on at the next general" H. C. RICHARD.
'keep[ up, due te each of the folISwlng men, as electioheretfter, tlint 1fo->ay. mid Section Is equipped to do your Job Printing satisfactorily. ,
backs head- shall be amended .
: tautly aching or thirty-tire paid Article so STATE OF FLORIDA, >
\ members of Company M, rirst Florida us to rend as follows: County of Bradford. \ ,

es, dizzy spells, bearing-down pains; Volunteer Infantry, Spani -American Sec. So. No courts other than heru'n specified Before me, an officer authorized to take _ _ __ 1 1 .
: they must stoop over, when to stoop shall be established in this Mate except acknowledgements personallvappearea T. B. .
; ". mast walk and war, which was recruited at and that the Legislature may provide for the crea- Handley, A. D. Andrl'ws.r. H.Jones, W. M.
; means torture. They I IiIi. m\and establishment of such additional ju- R. L.
I arouiid Starke. The desires [ Whitten Lockhart J. C. Byrd O. B.Gordon -
i bend and work with racking pains and fjoverner A4114 .circuits as may from time to time be- and H. C. Richard, to me well known to be
the present i>ostoffice addres.4r each: of lnece-srY. and for the appointment by the parties described in and who signed the
,
from kidney ills. Kidneys 'vernorand confirmation Dy the Senateof
aches th ( articles and
many foregoing incorporation sever-
these parties, if living. If of themare itional circuit therefor, whoseterinJf '
judges
any ally acknowledged that they signed the This Is
same
i suffering than any other organ Very
; cause more dead he desires the nauii and post- office and general jurisdiction shall bethlie : for the purpose therein expressed.Witness \ I.
herein provided for the circuit ;
I of the body. Keep the kidneys f as : provided for and my hand and seal at Raiford, Florida -
I. and health is easily maintained. office addresses of representatives yrrhrond; commission with judicial may this SJd: day of July, A. D. 1910./

Iwell : theirl all matters connected with the func (SEAL)
1 f. ..Read of a remedy for kidneys only that 1 1OsburnJ. tions of their office. WASH. IYE3 ROBERTS. .
O. Carter Notary Public 1'
: : *> : State of Florida.
a helps and: cures the kidneys and is endorsed Commission Importapt
; Simon B. Hedges, John M. Jones, Daniel 'he votes cast in compliance with said proised -, expires Feb.21,1914.
7-28-5t "
i; by people in this locality. ; amendments and the canvass, declara-
i B. Kelsey, Oscar H. Martin, WilliamM. tiop and returns thereof shall be subjected to
!
Mrs. E. H. Walters, 108 N. Oak Ave.,
lP ime regulations and restrictions as are
Smith George O. Singletary AltaJ. CHurt I
kidneys provided by law for general elections In the Episcopal _
Fla. "My
(Gainesville says:
: Williams Ebn Cain Walter R. state of Florida.In .
rJE. Sunday School 9:00.
:wee disordered for some time and I Crowson, John A, Harris, James A. Testimony \Vhereof I have hereunto set Morning prayer at 11. S '
hand and affixed the great seal "
1 1"could find nothing that would relieve Miller, Atture N. Wilson, MA ; Cliand- of my the State of Florida! at Tallahas- 1 Evening prayer 7:30.: to You

me. L_was subject to dizzy spells and ((SEAL) nee, the capital this twenty.t fth ifi fl
ler, John W. Freeman, Sebron A. Her- } day of July, A. D. 1910.
and had other symptoms of I
headaches H. CLAY CRA WFOnD. ,
rington, Noah Jones, George L. Lemon, \/ ,
kidney trouble. Seeing Doan's Kidney Secretary of State. I .
Joab G. Rice, Jr., Julius H. Smoak,

j f Pills advertised, I procured a box and Henry C. Timberlake, Isaiah D. Wynn, and to Your Sons;; ; .

began their They acted promptly Master's Sale.
use. 1
:
:
Lock E. Dillon i
Castlebury, George For Hisiako"Myhusbandbegged
before I had received i' .
and it not long :
was Alexander Malcolm. Owen Owens, John Notice is hereby given that under and by and Daughters.
';relief. I have no hesitation in giving virtue of a final decree or foreclosure made ana
J. Wfid. tf.rri. rendered July 29, 1910 by the Judge of the Circuit -
'I 'D an' Kidney Pills my endorsement. Court of the 8th Judicial Circuit of Florida ,
,in and for Bradford county. In chancery me .
.. .. ,For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. 1 sitting favor of Emma Richard, complainant to take Cardui,"writes Mat. -. j

'oster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, and against Carrie Floreus, Carl Florena I. .IL.
Allie Fioreus and Louise Floreus defendants, tie L Bishop of Waverly, Prof. Geo. C. Looney with of 4
tale agents for the United States. the undersigned will offer for sale before the Va. "and for his sake I a. a corps : most .
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:-, : Remember the name Doan's and courthouse legal hours door of sale at Starke on Monday.SEPTEMBER Florida.. betweenthe greed to try it. Before I had talented and experienced educators, will qpen the

i'take no other. 5. 1010, I taken bottle, I felt better. first annual term of the PHI SIGMA COLLEGE -
to the highest and best bidder for cash the
Application lor Tax Deed. following described lands,situated in Bradford "Before taking Cardul I and .
literary military Melrose
Fla.
county Florida to-wit: suffered miserably every at ,
David Jones
: Kotice 11 het'eb1' CITeD that piece parcel lot of land
certain or
All that
of tax certiflbate No. 83, dat14 Bradford month and had to to Sept. 15th .
purchaMT saidwttfloaM situate and being In county Florida, go on prox. ;
I the U day of July. A. D. 1006 has tiled to-wit: The nw Si of the nw1 of section!,

_:p for' tax in my deed office to iasne and baa in accordance mad application with- I FURNITURE acres township,more 6 south.or less.range 23 east,containing 40 now bed until I am it all wore right"oft, but This will be no ordinary school. In the first .

law. Bald certificate embrace the following D. B. KNIGHT
,
dnerfbed property rtttukted in Bradford county Special Master. in Chancery.Solicitor place it is limited and select. Again, we turn our -

: ,Florida.to-wit: A. V. LONG %
of of l11r of NO U.tp 1e. range 21 e.SOaorea for Complainant.Sheriffs! ; boarding department, house management and .


.'. Also Tax. Certificate No. 131, dated the 4th COnDealers Sale. CARDUIThe dining hall service over to a noble and cultivated .
day of June, .&.D. 1906 embracing the follow ,:: .
lacdeaorlbed property altnated in Bradford lady and gentleman, who know perfectly the .
-:. ooonty, Florida,to-rit: VTOTICB ia hereby giren that I. J. N. Lang1 -
Lot 1 fractional>{of nw J of*ee 25. tp 7a.raace21e I { 1'l ford Sheriff ot Bradford county. Florida, methods of conducting hotel and then !
i or t 3 under and by virtue of that certain writ of execution ..... proper a .
aere
iJj issued out of and under the seal of the Woman's Tonic .
IThaaaldlaadsbelncaaseaaedatthedateoftheJisaoanee the q- Circuit Court of Bradford county. Florida, we condense all our talents and energies in atten- ,'
In name
of such certificates and In faror of
: against W.C. Barclay Smith
[Unknown.: U&len mid to oertloatesbe law,tax deed shall will Furniture, Iron*. Bed: Manufacturing Company, a corporation, dated You know Cardul win tion to our pupils. : :
B redeemed according the 6th day of July 1910 will offer for sale and ,
|1aae thereon on the steads. Mattings, Rugs{ sell to the highest and best bidder thereto for help you, because it has Come join our college class and when .
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.. WUDAYOV8'9 cash at the court house door in t.he'town. of helped others who you

t.;Wttneet. the my 17th official day alcnatnre ot AngMt.and A. P.aeal 1910.this Art Squares and Rub- Starke 5TH on Monday DAY OF the SEPTEMBER ; .f- In the same fix as were JOu. have graduated with us you'll have something to 1" ; .

lULL' W.Bradford T. WEEKS.Clk Co.. Fla. beroid FlooringStovesHardware the same being a legal saleaday'of! : : aaMTeourt, It is not only a medicine rejoice the test of life. "
,. ; O'*0 W.t.lNBIGHT.D.C within the legal hours of sale taa-foUowlng described over your : : :
;; : By W.B. real estate and all the right,title andtntel'etlt. for sick women, but

of the said W.C.Barclay therein, situated a tonic for weak women.Being Lakes, smimming, fishing, boating and other "' :
rn Bradford county.Florida.to-wit: UKof
j, PiiMlcUidSale.J. : Cutlery and-Crockery.- .wW and ReX of section 28 township 4 south; made from mUd, pastimes abundant. .
s
Ga1DenI11e.Au.e. 16. IglOo range:21,: east 240 acres\or so much thereof aa : -
U.8.lAth 01loe. gentle vegetable Ingredi..
that M directed by will be necessary to fully satisfy said execution .
3 jEFHottoela the Commissioner hereby of ciTea the General Land Office, We carry the Magnetic mixed and costa. J. N. LANOFORD. ents, It Is perfectly fwm- '-.

Etoader the proTtrions of the Act of Ooncress ap- Paints and Oils. Sheriff Bradford Co. less and has
(54 Stata.617). we will ofileratnahaeiaUto Fla. DO l bad
I 1909
:aroysd Jone H '
)'eloek.A.U..em s the the 4th day highest of tfVk.AXAt Udder,*..at.IQlft.laext. 10. Oome and see 11.&. B.FDTCH.Plaintiffs Attorney. aftu-effects. qOardid : I Address for catalogue, at present, Gep. G.HI / :


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"Very well. I have another plan to I!!I ywffiiMnwwWfflWtiWF' i mmmm1r1lnlrnr! i *

AN INFERNAL propose. Lower one of tbe lifeboats H. C. RICHARD 1

t ,. place the box in it and tow the boat A QUEERTOURNAMENT .. A MONTHLY 11 llNCOME 1 I i j.,

: with a line long enough to be perfectlysafe. : :


';-L':'it *.* l MACHINE As."these words were spoken the box -General, Insurance.. CI

> ;n' fT I- for
,;,f J'," '>>-IflI1Irr1' was being carried out and In another By ANDREW C. EWING I represent"none but FIRST-CLASS i For 20 years qr r Lifel!

t moment was resting on the rail readyto companies and will be constantly on the
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overboard. Mr. Mervale made
go
Copyright. 1910. by American Press Guar-
alert to promote interests.
your
How It Was Prevented From
so strong u protest that the captain Association.
p antee courteous treatment to all patrons.A .

:: Blowing Up a Ship. hesitated. Mr. Men-ale declared that well written policy by a first-class
If the box contained his property he "How is it, Mr. Wartindale" said I UDE TIAL'S

would hold tbe captain responsible for Miss AShby "that you men talk to agent in a first-class company some I 1T

. .' Its destruction. Tbe captain influencedby times means much in case of loss by fire .
By SALLIE MENDEM. each other as you do? Whenever you

r "., (Copyright. 1310. by American Press Auoit and this ordered argument a boat lowered.changed his The mind box and your chum )!r. Warren are together H. C, RICHARD Starke, Fla. r

elation. all sorts of mean things IDEA in Life Insurance I
was put In tbe bottom of the boat you say : -- Very NEWEST .
A party of travelers was assembled to each other but I don't that 3
see
which
was towed at the end of a 200 ==
i on the upper deck of the ocean liner foot line. either of you gets angry." DR. LEROY W. DENHAM == 4r 10.

Eric, four days out from Southampton. The matter was not permitted to get .'Ob, we understand earE other." E At age of 30, for $100.41 a y,ar during your:life. fE
England bound for New York. "I wonder if Sadie ana 1 could do == DentistEdwards = "
out the !' till after tbe -
among will
passengers saving of $8.37 a month) your family receive
tha (a
1.
[Welter.Ricker had met and traveled
Infernal machine was in tow and then
., with Miss Eugenia Floyd. They had.. it was no longer possible to keep It "Xo, you couldn't without quarrel- Bldg. Starke, Fla. :: after your death 30.00 Every. Month forE

i become engaged and were returning I i iI secret. People gathered on the stern Ins." 20 years, or7200.00 in all! |
I Miss Asbby was silent for a moment r
to their homes to secure their parents' clamoring to know why the boat with E { rt I a .
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sanction to their union. Its contents was being put out and then said. "I'm going to try. R. F. ENSEYCivil 'cost le income ,iwould .F
At slightly higher ?
"I'll bet you a pound of candy IE a ,
The ocean during the voyage had when it was at a safe distance those *
against a cigar that'you quarrel." and Mechanical EngineerOLD life.
run smooth but the course of true love who knew admitted that there was a :: continue for .. "
I "Til take the bet. ,'. .
had not. An Englishman who permit- box In the boat which might containan TOWN, FLA. -- ,'

,:' ted the fact to leak out that he was explosive. Immediately the news I It was agreed between us that the i 4 x. ": -

the.eldest spread that anarchists had endeav- two girls should have a talking tournament TwentjJfTtar Experience In th. Fit :iii. 5 PrWl1te for Rates at YOUK Age. and L How:. ":: .
goI1 while they played a of ten- t.
game ""'
ored to blow up the ship and It had E; YOU can Provide un Absolute 'Jjuarantee ncomey :: ,
t nrs Dick Warren to furnish remarks : .
IT
i Concrete Con-.trnctinn and Railroad
i. jjaM considerable Contracting '
attention to Miss '
been saved
by a wireless tele- .
only for Your J "
for Miss Dlanchard. to be thrown In :; -
.aml.Y.
-'d Work Sp.eialtt.- ::: j ;
much to the annoyance of Mr.TJclrer. gram from the chief of the Southampton -
-- ]( The name under which this I. occasionally and I to do the same for
police. |
Miss Ashby. Umpires were appointed, nona Land Lines Ke-Located wit Accuracy. E DUNCAN Social Ag nt.I"1
-". Qp,of> British nobility traveled was Mr. Mervale.: who had received the : I :
and we all met by appointment at thecourt l
.1 Mervale. lIe wore check- ,
p'JobZl a
tp
telegram and among whose baggage: 1 H
,.t)6) ard suit with golf cap:; to match the anarchists had placed the e*.plo. > for DR. N. W. FRANCIS, I 1 STARKER FLORIDA.: ; ::a.
the
.t 'fiir.awas the best shuffleboard player | Wo permitted girls to play fa.. ,
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4 sire at once became the most impor- r
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awhile without furnishing re- i
.;.' 1 t ship.pMervale. tant man aboard not excepting the I marks, during which time they any said General Surgery a Specialty. r 111111111111 1111111111111111111111111\1"1111111111111111111111U 1 I I \ I a
had settled himself into
.. ; captain. Passengers crowded around Office Hours, 10 to 15-1 to 2 '30Mr
. l amer chair beside that of Miss I what they considered very trying)
w ,, .
iij :
I ,I d. while Mr. Kicker was chatting him to learn every detail. He endeavored ;i thiujcs to each other, laughing; ; all the <,Kate Matron In&argrofotticf. Ik "I- -:-
/ to calm them telling them that O ice owrlit'hdl's Drug Store. ir
,I lti (ing to chat with other young lt l lathe i I I j while and congratulating themselveson
he believed a mistake had been math their to maintain good hu Starke, Florida.
ability
party.: His attention was I
' S and that tbe box simply contained a After the first set had been played "
mor. ZSTABLISIIEIO'IX' J.
:.; f 1. ren to the young ladles, but to 1 -- AGENCY isse.
clod 1;: and other family heirlooms.
j Dick and i. each standing by the
As extinguished men find their value he to talk through began to i
11\, girl was ; i ii iiAnd 'E INSU.RkNOE-
J;: enhanced by always: keeping themselves put In an occasional: word, producing j COFFINS, CASKETS I .

.' l before the public so Mr. Mer- I! the following bits of dialogue: I '
4'
,. a Full Line: of J. R. DAVIS & CO 1P
-:' j i vale gained with Miss Floyd by his i "You give me another ball like that. I I

," It prominence, even if it were only on ,: said Miss Ashby, "and I'll swipe you I Undertakers' Supplies STARKE 1JLOHRIDA.

"' .: account of having had among his bag i with my racket. :::

.' !' page that which might blow the ship ,' Miss Blanchard on!y smiled. Always on hand. The best service i r t ,

s i 1 and passengers sky high. Somehow I "Now you're showing your rhinoc- at the lowest prices. Special ..tIAMPAyS1E. "

J I RIcker. who had seemed to her quitea j eros tusk." pursued Miss Ashby. attention to Telegraph Orders.

i' ) man when pulling her in a boat on Miss Warren ceased to smile. Indeed

{ Lake Como. now appeared equally II she looked very sober. The tooth Registered Embalmer t

1q tame in comparison with this earl's referred to was a blemish to her beau- %

1t son. who had become the center of ty. Dick made her retort. G. C. LIVINGSTON & Co. $

attraction for the whole ship. The I "That remark was one of your own-

former gradually gave way to the Ton weren't told to say It at alL I I Starke, Fla. I

t latter, and Miss Floyd, instead of think it real mean of you." 211 Wes{Bay St. -P. O. Box.. 401JACKSO.. V FUL -:
: i
walking the deck or sitting: in a steamer "Deuce!" cried Miss Ashby at my I J. J. S

chair all day In company with Mr. suggestion claiming 10 points more I .'YILLIArl, ... '
'
f Rlcker. merely began these sociabilities than she was entitled to. 4

with him and continued them with Mr. 'You know very well its 3040. GENERAL REPAIRINGI CASE GOODS. J e HOMESTEAD CORN WHISKEY
)!ervnle. 1 DESOTO RYE. t 1 gallon jug, express paid $ 3 '80
What do you want to grab points like have opened a general repair e. ----- --

S Meanwhile the Infernal machine that forT' shop in the building next door to 4 F harts Express paid__. $ C 00 SPECIAL OFFER. \, .

bobbed up and down on the waves. "If knew," retorted the other, 6" *' ____J!=> 7 00 Idlebrooz Whiskey in drums blstiUery
you
J. M. Alvarez's store and am pre- l. .. ..
{
: J Knots of passengers constantly loiter. what a mad looking thing you were Machines 12" ___ 1_ ,12 75 Bottling. Express Paid.

ing on the stern looked at it and swap- when you said that you'd put your :'pared Watches to repair Sewing 12" I j" freight paid.-:-_. 12 00 100 Pint 4 drum Express paid.. $36 00 .

II I I Sla ped opinions whether in case of an bead to soak." Clocks, Pianos, Organs, WILLIAMS' No. .BYE.,. 200 Half; lute in drum. 36 00

explosion It was far enough from the Miss Blanchard tried to laugh but Guns,Furniture, etc. 4 Full Quarts Express; paid_____$ S 20 Sold only by drum; Will not, break dnni

"- ship to avert any damage. Tben.came was too sensitive to laugh at a remark First-class work guaranteed.I 6" u ." ____ 450 **"
foil 12" :____ 9 00 WHISKEY Express.
"It the approach to port tbe banding which was untrue. carry a line of machine .. .. CORN

, ..: ;., around of custom house blanks on "1 say, Clara," she said when her needles, oil and supplies. :..u" II ____ 9 50 Rocky *)rk.? per bottle Ex. &-..iJM ,

f .. :'tI which to make declarations of dutiable opponent failed to take a ball sheserved W. J. WILSON, OLD HALIFAX.,..RYE.I Rocky For}:, per case *. __.12.,75 ,..
4;' ." baggage the filling in of articles "if you'd stop looking sweet at I i 4 Full Quarts Express paid_____1 4 20 N. O. While! better, 1 gal" ___ 2 50 : ;
tt i t' purchased abroad and handing them : Phone 49 Starke, Fla.FERI" 6 "t .. II *. ;:....____* 6 00 N. O. WJiilte! fine, 1 gal ___ 2 75
Mr. Martindale you'd play a better 13 .. ? |" _____*12 00 Larval Valley Corn, 1 gal" ___ 8.83
to the purser. Mr. Mervale said thatif
Everybody knows what you'reup
game. RYE jWHISKEY Paid. .
SUNNY SOUTH
RYE. i -Express
tbe box towed "
being was what be to in that direction

.: TBB CAPTAIN HESITATED. supposed it was the duty on the articles Dick scored one In putting that remark 4 FulLQuarts Express paid______$ 2 75 -, !I Per Gallon. ,
I 6'1. 00 Queen City- Express tJ 50
It contained was considerable.The --------- paid
: -the compliments the Britisher was into Miss Blanchard's mouth. s. 12 4iV if ____ __ 8 00 Sunny;,nth___u___ II 2 75
question as to whether It was a Miss Ashby threw down her racket. 86 ;paying his fiancee and the pleasure Rye Mal i 'With which she' received them. box of heirlooms or an infernal ma- -1 don't care," she said. "It doesn't To grow the flu- YELLOWSTONE BOURBON."Bottlesexpresspaidu Hurdle lye, Special. 4 50

'Ii' chine must be settled by the custom make difference whether I SEEDS est flowers and) Overbold__ __ ..
\ Now comes a deck steward with a any you were most luscious __.i 5 40 -_ ______ 45
officers. He rather thought. they would prompted to that or not had 'reRetabtes. plant the beat Rich Hil _____ II 4 50
wireless telegram in his band which say ; you Case, express paid?___h._______ 12 75 < u ..
: pass It free of duty. no right to 88.yi1." Her face was fiery ceeds. they Ferry'never Seeds fall In are yield beetbeaus OLD Planter :..L_________ 500
gentleman The evening before The best pirdenrs gOONE. Old BooueL___ ___ ii 5 00 '
; reaching port red and her or quality. ? sx
; eyes were snapping.Miss : the ..
j. and farmers everywhere Bottled in bond bf U. S. Gov'm't. William: Private Seal 600
. trembles. He rises at once, seeks the Miss Floyd was sitting with Mr. Mer Blanchard had not got over the know Ferry's weds to be the '
t highest standard of quaL.tTyet 4 Full Quarts, Exp paid________$ 5 00 : .
I, I h captain of the ship and hands him the vale on the upper deck where they remark about her tusk and seemed.to attained. For sale 12 Full Quarts, Exp. paid________ 12 75 ALCOHOL.
.I!
I ij message signed by the Southampton were not so liable to Interruption as take a malicious pleasure in saying everywhere. 24 Full Pints, Exp. paid________-_ 1375 One Gnufa Only and Jug Ex. pd. W 50

il- superintendent of police: they would be lower down lie was what Dick told her to say, sometimes nun Free 1910 on Seed request Aaual 48,,Full )# Pints y,Exp. paid..__--_ 15 00 GIN, Express paid,$3 50, |3 25 and 50

"One of your pieces of baggage was telling her of the family home of his breaking Into short bits of irritating ..U.fIlII_at., '

left on the dock. There is every reason father, the earl and his mother the laughter. saiwlles. "f- Send Trial! Order.
us
countess. Then he told her a
I to believe that an infernal machine bow they "Sadie if you don't stop that gig- ii
with name and address on had sent him to America where rich "
your gling you'll drive me crazy I made i I ;(
I It was shipped In its stead by anarchists wives were to be had by British noble- Miss Ashby remark. .-- it

with the intention of blowing up men for tho asking that be might mar- "Oh. don't be silly! You're making a Pricked His Own Bubble Sj "Wbatl On iny ogn .time? What well deft 4e..1. neck connecting the body

the ship. ry a wealthy American girl and build poor show of yourself. You should This story, found in Rev. Dr. Henry kind of a cbumpjuvfyon! think 1 amr with & bcutjl that Is a startling remind

\.; The captain turned pale. up the family estates when be came have brought A handglass." H. Jessup's book. Fifty-three Years In -Chicago Recordteerald. ""- er of tbatojr! the monkey In the Sandwich

"Where is your baggage?" he asked[ Into the title. But he bad been captured "You'd better hare brought one Syria." seems to Indicate that religious !,' IsteXs; they are called "me-ta- ,

"iilr. Mervale."Part before his arrival. He had no short lived In the east Exact Thomas. '
vagaries are as
i
yourself retorted Miss Ashby. "It )Ju-kl. w.l l-rh means "creeper with' a
in the baggage room .and partijn sooner seen Miss Floyd than he bad you bad you'd have kept your tusk as elsewhere. A friend of Dr. Jessup, Thomas Hoar the devoted servant child's h4atL"{ An old New Zealand
my stateroom." succumb to her rich or poor. upon whom Gilbert Whlte ,
Jthe
hidden." visiting Jerusalem met a queer lookIng English legend that at time
sajs< one they were
"Can this be In Miss Floyd told him that, as to
naturalist
thing your stateroom Miss Blanchard dropped her racket solitary stranger pacing the streetsof depended carry bp his of Immense'proportions: and threatenedthe

?"L"Very means would: have on the death of and strode off the field. the city, accosted him, and after the garden plans and to look after his extinction of all human life on the '
her
I "No. father a large Inheritance. But a comfort In noted tor
usual remarked many was *
"I didn't greetings : ways
she Islands.
well. We must out what complication had arisen In the matterof suppose said hotly, h 1st ,
get "that this was to be a tournament of "You are an :American, I Infer." \exactness. Mr. H. (X Shelley, In i-

you have In the baggage room Imme- Walter Ricker. There was an engagement insults." "Yes. I am," replied tbe queer lookIng "G bert White and Selboro- ,," gives an 1 t Irish Wit.
diately. that bad not been approvedby
amusing Illustration.
Miss Ashby followed her man. Swift ftttfTed at Irish "wlt la some
The captain, attended by Mr. Mer her parents and might not be approved walking '
There occasion when -i
"And what are doing here If I was one Thomas -
I you Nevertheless ,
Im4 Irish
erect and with hauteur. biting wit la
great "I think : .,
vale went the by them. She would be pleasedto
down on to main deck ask came to report Please sir .
t. you two men bad better finish If she may ? Ij one of tb.t most precious,things. ODe
have Mr. Mervale call her
InNew
and entering the baggage room, ordered on been and broke <
a glass. J
said."Doner'. "Ah yes I'm glad you asked. You soon has a surfeit of the professional '
all tbe Britisher's luggage pulled York. That was all a young lady didyou ,
F ) I've to preach the doctrine "Broke a glass. Thomas! How
seer come new In ..
funny ,
exclaimed England, the :
both Dick mrioj pawky :
who bad and I.
recently accepted one '
There
out. man
was a suspicious lookingbox
that there Is to be no more death.If do thaw .}
Scot. tb9 5
I and. American humorist The
about which the latter med'j' could say to another whom she wishedto picking up- the rackets. we- began: \ "1'H "
+ show sir be be
it abolish yon rejoined as
will we'll
men only accept Irish
to play and to peojaJDt never disappoints, and
uncertain. He said that his replace the first. chaff. We both have .:
very
death, and there'll be no more dying disappeared for a moment Returning
But she physical defects and did not with him tits; all 80 naive and natural ",
mother had done his packing and he said nothing of this to refrain *
from delicate nor graves nor coffins nor funerals.We with a glass In his hand b6 let It fall -London Saturday? Review.
mention of
Rlcker. them.
was not sure whether this box belong- shall Just live right on." on tbe floor, remarking: _j i S
I I. -.1 ed to him or not. One of the men Miss Floyd was taking home a number "Now I'm going to take you in the I "That's bow 1 broke It.
"But, said Dr. Jessup's friend "sup m.wIi Go.dnMa
.. present put his ear to the box and distinctly of valuables that were dutiable bald spot on your forehead." from '"There and Greatness.. "
Thomas
posing you should sicken and die, what go along. : you are a Goodness from
comes within
Her father Dick. ; -from .
to the
was ready dutyon
of
heard the ticking machinery. pay '
fool
then?" great said his master, adding to "
This was enough. The captain ordered them, but there is a fascination 10"beating" "And I'll knock one of those spin- I feelings thoughts and desires resulting
I "Oh." said the man. "that would bust himself "and 1 was as great a one for In aetioOsi! Greatness Is the
the government on customs dle pinS from under consequence
thrown overboard. Forty-thIr-
f the box you. asking such a foolish question." -
the whole thIng: i
"One moment said Mr. Merrale.I that attacks even young girls. 'Mr ty." otl bold actions great energy,
And It did. The delirious
.Tm not sure but that's a clock in Mervale told her that he bad a way "Thirty-forty, you mean. nty your poor apostle ambition Enterprise and perseverance
Getting ,
died a few months later, and with an Autograph.A j :.
I there mother asked me to takeover of getting goods through the custom first baby lessons were in lying." )
my him his *new doctrine." Munich boy of fpurr.een.. who had i .
Impressed
I "' and give to her sister, my aunt, house and if she would bring them up "You know very well you've just out seen and admired many of Rudolf vonSeltz's Her. ..
who is living In America." to him he would smuggle them Into of Jail for perjury." "You Wtil\net'er'be> \ able to make her 1
Couldn't Think of It. paintings wasp} anxious to se- believe tt4t be Is UnI ';;
port and send them to her Immediate "Now I'm a ,.
said the
"We can't take any risk. going to put a ball between The handsome laid cure tbe painter's autograph but did '
young plumber wondt ?
"Heave the box overboard.I5ut ." ly afterward. She brought him up: I those bow legs of yours I could throwa why ".
captain. aside not know bow to feo,%bout It After '.
I a piece of lead and belWe
pipe
," persisted the English several thousand dollars worth of. barrel between em." approaching [that be once told her the
captain
much thought be letter
the beautiful kitchen maid jrfite a stating beaawul.
'I I mine It goods, then bi li'.e him good night showing "Which was .Houston Post.
r man. "if that box Is really eye are you looking at me said that be bad sent case of wine to :
of value. by a slight;: i re.-.sura of the hand with the : -
contains several articles great upper or the lower? I tbe professor's address, and wanted to d !
"You look awful good to me. 1 .
that be Backing.BorrowbyiThe
mother to me about it but might hope. When we had
!Jr spoke sent these delicate know whether It bad been received. -I
"Go klddln' she
Soon after the Partin:; between Mr.Mervale on; quit your re- scheme would be a ,
till this moment It had escaped my : compliments for awhile we threw our Thinking the matter of sufficient Importance
plied. howling spcWss? If I could theproper
and Miss lo.vd! Fire Island secure
I I arms around each other and kissed "But I mean what I the painter did not writs, but
mind.The say. bcing. and- Qrlmshaw
worth too light was si'a1i \i. and In the morning after ;,
and are the 1
ship cargo European fashion on both "1 ain't time to listen to called at tbe address given met theboy's The -
got only l
Eric any yon backing! am doing this
New York year
W: S training .
the Ithe up
take risk and cheeks.
-tnuch money to any This we did to show mother
our the .v
I Ibay.I su now. Can't you see I'm busy?" and fraud soon became is out-P.. ,
:lyres of the passengers certainly can- periority in the matttr of good natureto "Yes. bur what's the use workin'I apparent. The boy was thor-I .. <
But wh"re the boat .
}! not be Jeopardized." I the! infernal machine was ? And where containing wasMr. the girls. The umpires decided thatI I when a fellow' Wants to make love to ougly scolded, and next day received A TH+jtrrat That Was H..d.d. ..

I E "Nevertheless: Jettisoned I protest, and against I am not myproperty I Mervale? The former was not in I to had won the bet but sentenced me I you? Say If I make this Job last so I this autograph note: In 1866 tie Prussian government demanded -
i being pay It"I can come back tomorrow will have It often bappen heron earth
you frfi!
and the
tow. latter of
was not on the Indemnity 125,000.000
and contains ,
/hat
Is mine little
this box "
to
sure but have no desire whatever said rogue great ones (row.
your work out of the so we can
sent ship.: way Some autograph for which from the 4tp of Frankfort. The bead
value
of you're ,
family heirlooms great Miss .Ashby tossing her head, "to ex- talk You're the trying f
No one ever found out how theearl's things over? purtiest Can be procured without much lying of the
ty my mother to relatives In America. cel at any such game. girl I ever seen." ho
J think it quite probable that some one sides a clock..contalned son" got the box which, be- "Nor have I," Miss Blanchard "If you think you can make a fool of Queer Looking Worms. word to BWmarck that If an attempt i

.on the dock beard the ticking of the :of diamonds ashore: He$100.000 doubtless worth took chimed In. me by such silly talk you're mistaken." New Zealand, Australia the Samoanand were mad H j to enforce the levy the I

; click; and informed the superintendentof Floyd's'valuables' In the same "I'll a< pill.-I said by way of apology "But 1 mean every word 1 say. I the Solomon Islands..u well ta BothschilLi!:would break every bank '::1

police that the box was ,an Infernal If boat aaa smuggled them in, as he had -that it's fan ,pore: pleasant for want you to try to learn to love me." portion* of the Hawaiian -group >art In B rJ1n.: ; wing the power behind j

nuu-hiue! hence the telegram. > promised but- Miss Floyd never saw friends to say nice things to each oth- "If you want to make love to me the homes of Tarioaj_irate o; jronaa the'threat,*'tie| manof.blood and Iron :
find out. ......
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to lock again and :

"JERRY." still again. The negro Jungle housewife Housekeeping.in the West UNIVERSITY] OF FLORIDA FLORIDA ; FOX VOHENTAJJiAHASSEE ,

The artist threw down his brushes GAINESVILLEA I
Indian Jungle finds housekeeping very ) '

J'I. :r.rrf :.;'T' with a sigh of satisfaction, and then "AfterYouSir'By I easy. Fruit and vegetables grow wild Superior But Inexpensive Institu- : Cf.llege of Art/,.otl, Sciences,Normal School. .'

I beneath the painting< he wrote. "A all] about the but and the river abounds tion for Florida Young Men. i.., School of Music Shool I of Art, Sclfiol of Ex- ....;....,
I F"urtrollegea. .
the Story 0"an Artist and Waif." I I II I!. with fish. On wash day all she has to tk.nuntv'r'1iv! titnnio agnculfuialxj iW pi- .J>im K.<.;.-t. nurt tit T>ra+irn, School -"t. Home Economic FlrstUs.j .

.;. a Lit His wocderfn! j jture; attracted F. TOWNSEND! SMITH J do is to pick a few of the berries of gsi-tnniM>> sO;*r e.nt. Incn-hst in r.tt. iu."ii< t J <' equipment t .rouihout. Tuition frte.i '1
I i last ,. ,, !
I .1At.
active boili.inC" t r aka' h-- x JI".1 aes ve y low. For information address
,,-_.. ,. tie Child. widespread utivuiiou. and Philip was I Ii 1 1 the soap berry tree take her clothes login:addrtuji, A. Murphrce.. Pn.aJert. Sdward Corndi, President. ,
I
"' i, 'ought Into sudden prominence and i Copyright 1910. by American Press to the river and use the berries as abe .
--
h"Qt-.But now that his one ; Association. would use ordinary soap. Even her -r-

By AGNES G. BROGAN. t aim budCe accomplished be cooking pots grow on the trees. the % i Ii

; ICopjrrlgbt IS10, by American Press Association. .s possessed of uo.overwhelming de- I While sauntering leisurely along a calabash cut in halves being used for i, "
to return to his oven land. And I this Calabashes are used
] thoroughfare, smoking largely for the purpose. r
"Do n upon the homewu ,journey the also for bowls basins and Jugs for i
you know of any one who would purpose of killing time, I was accosted i ,
like to adopt a little girl? I promised H stopped for a few Tnoments at I carrying water from the river, while
by a gentlemanly well dressed man
Martha Dale as she died that 1 would I leepy little village he remembered the small ones make excellent cups. THE MAN
who doffed his hat before BEH'NDJ
well decided speaking to
Philip suddenly to
she is
find homes for her children. The mini In the afternoon, whjen ready

i "i ister's wife will take care of the boy, Visit again the quaint 8tr sand by- me. for her cup of tea. the negress picks

but no one around here seems to want ways that had furnlsbed'jiraterial for "1 beg pardon, sir" he said, "but half a dozen leaves from the lime bush .

girls.- BOS'' many crude sketches. }=;,He. walked could you spare me a little of your growing at her door boils them. a GROWING bank l* : .
al down the bill the account is the man who accomplishes .
wly andpassed $
the from
The farmer's wife looked exceedingly timer squeezes Juice a sugar cane
blossoming tree wh hIs little lad the things orth while-the icjan who
' troubled, and the young man smiled re "For what purpose, sir?" for sweetening and the cocoanut sup-
had spoken to him out of the shadows signs the salary checksthe man behind im-
the milk. 'Thus she has delicious the
consolingly.: "That Is not easy to explain on the plies a -

1' **I am afraid that I cannot help you perhaps even after a i fapse of ten years street. If you will step inside 1 will cup of tea without depending on provements and upbuilding! of the community- S

t out" he replied. "The boy might have be might still heat news of the boy. show you rather than tell you." the grocer for It. She makes the mata the man who is consulted in financial matters !

been made useful about my. studio for His attention was ,attracted by the "Inside where?" for her floor out of the dried leaves of the matt who is asked to take a share in the mon- ,

4; a time; but, being a lonely orphan my- happy laughter of children Just released Right here." the banana plaited and sewed together ey-making investments. _. G I II
from crowded
i self, I can only sympatblze& the school. They eagerly He pointed to an open door, and 1 I. as the old country people in this !
about the girlish teacher, who flash Why don't YOU get behind a Od(WING
make their mats. t
little girl. could see a staircase. The building i country rag '
"Perhaps," the woman musedliope- ed a glance of Inquiry at him in pass- seemed to be unused. bank account? You can do it. No mAiler how .

ing. Fleeting as that glance had been. small the start we shall be glad to have jour '?
fully "Mrs. There account ,
Gray might change and are people who seem to havea Not For Hinuelf.It '
It moved the man with a strange sense : I
let you have the boY.* power. to make other people obey does me good to see a pompous at the } ,
of loss and longing; for the eyes look-
j But Phillip Dryden protested quickly. Ing out from the girl's sweet face were them, not by force, not always by In- I I man get his," said a stockbroker. "1 ti.

"I don't-'want either of them," sistence. In this case the man was so have a friend who Just about believesthe !
the haunting of Jerry.
he said. He wjis leaving the pictur- eyes lister" gentlemanly In his request that I did I Lord created the earth in seven (
"This must be the he
concluded -
esque village that evening to spend the and he would meet her upon not like to refuse him. At any rate. days for his especial benefit. He has afine BANK OF STARKE i

summer quietly at his old homestead before I realized what I was doing 1 home on Long Island with a
the
following day to learp how the boy *
where the faithful housekeeper alone had retinue of but his wife Is STARKE ; '
had prospered.He gone to the upper floor of an unoccupied servants a FLA. i. a's land
remained to bid' him welcome. In the asJ be building with a person who had semi-Invalid and It falls to the lot of .
was waiting came alone
fall he intended going abroad to pursue up the fragrant "Miss accosted me on the street and askedme Mr. Pompous to execute! various commissions E. S. :MATTHEWS, L. Of f RAY. i as

hts ustudles.'* He made his way Dale?" be asked '" Itngly thway., and sheexplained. to go with him for what purposehe for her In the city. The other PRESIDENT C&&HIER t rest

r .up th e brow of the hill, pausing bowed her head Ib sit, ,. had not explained. This seems to day she asked him to stop at a cloth- DIRECTORS: i i !i! d

.rest'beneath a tree whose branches:: I "I am Philip D- "", ie me now absurd on the face of It. and ing store and get a couple of white E. S. :Matthews G. C. Livujpton

)I I .1 ere laden w th spring blossoms. "the man who 'Ii ave adopted at the time I knew that 1 should do duck Jackets for the butler. I hap- A. M. Darby John Uglc: ; >,

ently coil 's figure emergedJm your brother Jerry? i bad ho not no such thing, but I couldn't help it. pened to be with him when be entered A. H. Freeman ;! N-I

t 9dows,+< a very tiny lad deserted me. I am :''anxious to He took me Into a room on the sec- the store. Striding majestically up to .

i \ .s ti ark eves gazed wonder- hear what became of ond floor. In its center was what a sallow: little salesman, he said, with !
! -] fro the brha of his faded
t "How do you know." 6be4sked slowly looked to me to be a hot air furnace much Impressive dignity:

.. that the boy was my brother?" only It was neither round nor square. 'I wish to purchase a couple of
you -P a ... he said simply, "I '
"The likeness" he replied.'is un but oblong. He closed the door be- white walter's coats.
am ready to wltb-ytm.. ,
go Yes. sir: said'the little salesman. ..
mistakable. \ hind us, and 1 heard a click. 1 didn'tlike ---------- ------- ---- -----. -. --- --
The staredVlncredulously.
"I could young clean man the paint brusnesthe "It Is a pitiful story." she said. "Lis- It. for It sounded as though It 'What size: do you wear?" ,: I t

ten, and 1 will came from a lock that closed auto- "Mr. Pompous got red In the face
.sm
voice added "a I explain.'s
persuasively d.
,
"There were two little homeless ones matically. 1 was about to turn and spluttered and gurgled I and then as It
wlnbevery good. '
4Philip jumped to his feet "You poor-fy. that night. Tom the boy.; "-she miled get out of the place but my pride held fearing to trust himself to speech turned t ,

little rascal"" be exclaimed "you can't 'involuntarily and Jerusha. biJ lster. me and I waited to be Informed further on his heel and strode from the i If ,

go with me!" bins did not seem to be desirable, so as to this strange proceeding.The place lie left me at the next corner Your

?i tf, "But I am Jerry Dale," the child insisted tills little girl l. whom nobody wanted, gentleman led me to a corner of and has avoided me ever since."-Nev A

"You told Mrs. Westly you sat screened by a curtain of vines lis- the room railed off apparently for an York Sun.

'J would take the boy." tenlnff breathlessly us a wotna'nJtriedto office where there were chairs, and invited ,

"She ought'Tot to have sent you \ a strange young ,tnan; to me to be seated. An Experienco at Hull House. ,.

here," thai;oung man said angrily.He find:.a home for her among his people. "Do you see that oven?" he said. Even death itself sometimes fails to If You Are Not Satisfied pod
bring the dignity and serenity which
She has
lookednt his watch-just fifteen never forgotten his laughing "Well that has cost me a great deal
,f i reply though it vas ali serious of labor. think is' one would fain associate with old age.I .
very Perhaps you It a
t then, dnd the child's heart yeht out crematory, but it Is not It Is an oven recall the dying hour of one old Your Trial DoesD't Cost a ||nt. ti

to:'tb man who was a lonely) orphan for baking bread. A hundred loavescan Scotchwoman whose long struggle to ,

i himself l ? The ever fortunate. ty>y be baked at once and In three min "keep respectable"\ hnd so embitteredher -
that her last word were gibes for .
might have beeu made about utes. That's 2.000 loaves an hour and
the studio, he had Bald,useful tfwas those who were trying to minister to .
by working day and night three reliefswe The
r.tit' bed; ;1iat._ little Merry' formed t'the have 2S.OOO loaves a day. Six work- her. "So yon came m yourself this same goo s for :
wild'p a monjin did ? You only sent ,
:
n which seemed to her very Ing days h.eus 168.0001aaves l a week." << : tau : t r

a 6lmplegjiy{ out of a great difficulty. Fifty-two weeks produce 8.730,000 I things >'p-tprday.. I ;cress. you knew less '

""Cladt.v.*. shabby suit of her broth- loaves a year. when the d.a| ior was romln Don't money. i iII \

Y er's. ned dreaming of failure, she "So much for what my oven will do. try to u.inii my fen with anything but '

met 1'00Te in the twilight.' The that <>lrl Jacket that I've pot there; it
Now for my object. It Is to feed the service
belonged to !boy who was drownedat .1 I Prompt and
girl's'eyesgolden ::1i ne.. 'Then followed then world. You see, my single oven Is not my i
da s' the farm and later M-a nigh; thirty years a;:o. but it's
.
there ten of their
large. Suppose are
when sh I been taught the f warmer yet with human feelings; than !
.
.,'' in this building alone. That gives I I polite attention.
decelvingy'\ reasoned th eonly 87.300.000 loaves a year only about any ofoiir confounded charity hot ; I I

repara. In her power woul I 4.000.006 miles less than the distanceof water btttlt" Suddenly the harsh: :

0.: to relie*e yo the burden which n the earth from the sun." gasping voice was stilled In death andI I .

had not desIr. nd to go back al ajn awaited the doctor's coming shaken '
.
Since 1 could see no relationship be-
to the he had known." and horrified.-.lane Addams in American -
only e ;
tween loaves of bread and the earth'sdistance -b
She wls-, or a few mom Magazine. Mallb
Mitchell the .
.. from the sun I began to feel
Drug
"The old, per has been.trusted'
I. a bit uncertain about the gentleman'supper
Ii.: 41t'ki1 C ;m continued, "and Empty Titles. ,
I said to him rising:
'" long lette a re/rejoiced toge 8tQt.So excuse me. sir. It Is William Jennings Bryan once Joked

over the s ot;'.your remark'painting. about our American fondness for titles. s :
not me to remain any Flffrlda!
Starke
." out her hands "?' "You all know of the colonel," he i
longer. i
pulsively. i'1t her late to said "who got his title by inheritance j : lJ tlt
"But you hate not examined my in- I.
forgiveness," d. "and I ct n k having married Colonel Brown's wid- '
ntion. Besides I told you I wanted -- I
never hope to Ply great debt of _" ._ ow? But I once met a general who got -- -
,t a purpose.
I I gratitude." nl i'Wbat ?" his title neither by inheritance nor by ,

a Eagerly h chrepeO\tbe extended purpose service nor by anything you could I
.KCome:; : I will show you.
hands. ie said "when: mention. .-
"My fiiri.,
... e led me to the oven. He seemedarniless I
,.. you speak of debt do yjju realize thatIt 'General.; I said to him. 'how do !
80 that I followed him. He
Is your face that has won for me .. you come by this title of yours any1 Lands For I
tkix open the door displaying a num- Salej;
?
H' both fame and tortune'Then way
Iron shelves.: I was somewhatthat
they walked' by side to the 'Why. sir: said he. 'I passed my '
jgd there was no heat In the 1. Selected best grade Unimproved Truck an Farm Lands
white gate of thf? youth In the flour trade and for twen I r
parsonage. ,
within one to four miles of Srarke lots
OV in to suit chuer-from
"I AH PHILIP DRYDEN," HE EXPLAINED. "I shall over bete for a time. ty-seven years was a general miller. p
stop "My arrangement for heat is by' ;5 acres up to 500 acres or more. At actual present Celling' values "
1 know another titled JudgeGreene.
minutes to reach the. station. Run he said at parting< "This is a splendid"place chemical process. There are many substances man. and ou easy payments. Owned by m"selt-no: (tommisrions or

4 back as quick as you can. Jerry.. he -for'making sketches." that produce heat In combining speculations Nobody to consult except myself and the purchaser.
said. But the child clung to him des So,6he"found him often busily working ., 'Are you. sir.' I once asked him. 'a Fine opportunity for young or old to build tip and out i a home and
should burn coal I?
Deratel.v. as she passe<\.u pon her homewardway chemically. Why we I United States Judge or a circuit court make the easy payments out of the soil. Low rate-+f interest on
I turn cock and my substances run I all deferred
this
"I with he sobbed and they would linger to laugh Judge? payments. If you want to own a home ear a prosper ,
am goin' you, : '
I II'm together. In a short time I shall have ous town, come and see me, whether have I'
goln to live with you" jf and talk in friendly fashion. It was I 1 ain't neither; he replied. 'I'm a you flinch or little
my oven quite hot enough to do my of boss raclnV money for first payment. ? I .
stood irresolute for moment : very natural to call him Philip, asjie judge L
Philip a
: baking." 2. Residence lots in Starke, one to four blockij: depot. ..
t pom
i then following an uncontrollable impulse bad 'taught' her so long ago and Jo' "Itouldu't turn It on If I were Fear. 3. Beautiful summer resort lots fronting Kinsley; Lake.

he caught the pathetic little fig- com to him agalnrwith her small perplexltles. I .
And each day the man grew you. I remarked, "since you have no Fear causes more disease than do C. L. Peek Starke Flal
Tore up in his arms and ran to catch .|
? / more firm in his. purpose-he would bread ready for baking. microbes, more deaths than famine .
the A
train. f' : bave* else. desireo I
old homestead "I ompthng My more failures than nlcs. It costs
"We will give him one good summer." take her back to the peaceful p
where the loneliness of their two bake a human being. more than war. is always a failure and
he explained apologetically to the surprised .
housekeeper, "then find a homo lives would be changed Into happiness his was 'petting warm as the chll- Is never necessary said a medical man. -- : .

fl Eke the ending of n fairy tale. ren say when hunting for things tnmE' Fear weaken's the heart's action. Induces -
for him place.
some tell' When he spoke of this great hope !\. And. us the strange gentlemanlooked congestion Invites Indigestion. fir
It would have been difficult to I 9
i' she resolutely turned from his plead- at rue. Indicating that I was produces poison through decomposing!
l which of the two enjoyed that summer
ing. "It is pity not love which :the{ human being he proposed to bake.: I food and Is thus the mother of auto- .
most the child who throve like a plant
prompts you to say this," she said hnd 1 felt not only warm but a cold perspiration poisoning. which either directly causesor I
'WIth good care. or the man who planned I i
for his pleasure. And when at ran swiftly up the pathway and into I stood out on me, especiallywhen greatly aids In the production of A Buggy for Everybody

of the bouse. Neither could he persuadeher he drew a long sharp knife with quite 90 per cent of all our diseases.r .
last the day Philip's departure
to listen to him during the days which to enforce his demands. I knewI
t y came he determined that the little lad
which followed while his many fervent had to deal with a. lunatic and keptmy Simplified Spelling. ,
should always be waiting at the old I
notes were unanswered.At bend. "Why did you take Elnora away .
homestead to greet him when he returned _.
length a peremptory telegram f'l shall be happy." I said. "to haverou from school, Aunt Mabaly?" a lady rWe

The first from letter his travels.which reached him at summoned him to, the city and, pent: bake me. On which shelf am I to asked her cook one day. Aunt Mahaly are prepared to furnish buggies for everybody -

ning a few wordiof farewell to the take position?" sniffed scornfully.

the end of his journey was written in obdurate one. Philip Dryden ascendedthe "Step In and I will )show you." 'Cause de teacher ain't satisfactionary in Bradford and adjoining counties; at the
and he smIUd at the
a childish scrawl hill leading urf to the station In ",\.fter you," I said deferentially tub me. !lis' Mally. What you most reasonable prices. t j
:
brief I il ilVe
4 message: much the same frame of mind that he I bowing and raising my hat. reckon sbe tell dat chile yistidy She .' .

0 Dear Phllip-I love you. JERRY. bad departed upon a like journey ten I'' He stepped Into the furnace. I closedthe 'low dat IV spell four when even a \ have just received and unpacked> full
a
N Then followed a laboriously penned years ago. He paused now. as then .I door with a bang and the big Iron WJut ud know dat it spells Ivy."

epistle which Philip read and reread to rest beneath th!spreading tree his I' latch fell Into position. Then the carload and others are on the way. .::i .

with a puzzled frown. It was from brows wrinkled In..troubled: thought."If roOm swam and I fell on the floor. ButI Not Strong Minded.

the housekeeper. you please." Bald a very 'meek : did not remain there long Fearful "Your wife, Clark Is, I should say The demand for the famous Tjjpn & Jones

"Jerry has gone back to where you voice near by "1 am. ready to go'-Mb'at the lunatic might smother I ranJo a strong minded lady." buggy has been so heavy that none o&them could
I "He is going And the bursting
found him she wrote. with you" moon the door of the room found It lockedand "There you would be wrong. I

I to stay at that minister's.house. He radiantly from beneath a cloUd, shone- could not open It. I tried a window should rather describe her as brittleminded. be secured, but we are now ready tdlisupply our

Iaysit's too lonely here." full upon "Jerry's" face. and that served'; a call through.In ." customers with these favorites. I
I fc: The young man looked around the The: girl laughed a little unsteadily."I I "Brittle mlndedr H;!
a few minutes a policeman came ,
.. ,[bare studio and sighed. "You are an could clean the paint brushes," she up the stairs broke .dow -' the door "Yes; she's been giving me pieces of ': .

ungrateful little beggar Jerry" he repeated slowly" 'Ltd-and I will be I and let the Rentlemanrbtiker: out. He her mind for years.1t -' ., i

[said "but perhaps that wfli[ be a better very good.

f after all." "Jerry." the man cried sharply "what was nearly suffocate and jgave no An
arrangement Easy Arrangement.
trouble. He had employed men
i and Philip did not doe thimenn'r" J. W. ANDREWS I
The years passed Wife-Am L then never to have my SON
I build his oven having
I visit the old homestead, for there was She looked at him with the elfish theslhhtE''t suspicion.jWithout aVtcf lbeir his sanity.I way in anything BusbandcertalD1.1. :

[ no voice to call him across the sea smile he so well remembered and raised dear. When we are both agreedyou f
learned that be 'i 'i
but he studied unceasingly and painted her arm In the moonlight! to trace an i was: a scientific man can have your way. When we JI, '.

gt many pictures until at length as he 'imapinary, letter. "Dear Philip," she !, and had been an inventive genius as differ I'll have mine." Starke t : .
j welL On my testimony! he was committed Floridajj)
love ,
fc'worked upon a shadowy canvas gradually quoted softly "I you. \

"', there appeared the faint outlines And as the obliging old moon hid j, to an asylum. I An Irritable man lies like a hedgehog Stables Next Door to County Cdjrt House.
I It thinthat
I makes me crawl when I
cloud the "little
which shone beneath another girl .
of. ea child's face from rolled up the wrong way torment-
?' trrrtt dark eyes 1.40 pleading that one whom nobody wanted" had found her ,I by ft mere act of politeness I wan fog himself with his own prkkle! .-E. 1!I .

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Rattlers Killed. irritation and Pain. ::
.. Back From Atlanta. A sh.tip. distinction should be drawl PM..AA,

J. W. Andrews, Sr., is back from a Tuesday, while two colored men were between irritation and pain.,, Irritation f.t t Jnfshttef. Than "

visit to Atlanta. Mr. Andrews made taking a wagon load: of pine gum to the cause .
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frequent '
but only
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Is not pain .: QUININE ',
Local I : this trip merely to acquaint himself Powell-Smith still on Kingsley lake, a crumb lodged r In the ;
Bits of I \ o('It. Thus a Thfc? cause of Malaria arises from /;'
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of the stock market of the
with the condition trace came undone and cue men larrnx: near the vccnl cords produces Swfo ips or effluvia from decomposition &,"

and did not intend to buy any stock at jumped off the wagon to hook it on. As violent' Irritation avid prolon rwl coughIn of Animal or vegetable; 'matter; .'rb8. *. *,

tim6 he across four bay struck the the whirring of a effect Is,.to produce Fevers >'r
InformationC. this but came he ground ;:. which often results in actual pain. kaown' ; ..
!, "classy" that he heard close and onlya \ 'tintfe many names ia different parts Of% ..
mares that were so rattlesnake was by of Just In the eye setup &
., So. too. a specie '
: I the crI has Chills and Fever,
: took.them in and brought them along. couple of feet away lay two large and
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violent irritation .G Fee r and'Ague etc. In the
w.nTMIOar ?..pl.. 7J..II"ul owl past the
51 i The mares arrived Thursday and persons snakes coiled After the team had par !"'Otthe, .. '
Pn+J in 1h* County and Tarn. up. followed by acute Doctors only remedy was Quinine,a .;
:)ij I who like to see good horses will en- been moved away from danger the men o? the body th& !BSer tips and the ti': very r.1Seful.but dangerous drug. The ?.

: joy a look at them. killed the snakes. One had eight an<' *f the ton" :are most sensitive( ; ; ford. MALARIA isPAMAI.A

the other seven rattles and both were o i la-stance, a Burn on the fingers Is i m.sP' curl .

, There are no dull days at Leviton's. E. A. Kennedy, of Lake Geneva, was I! the length of a buggy whip. caore. patoffi! than: one on the by) j Id by an druggists. $1.00 Bottles. r
Thurs- \VOUld'II? while one on they ..to'e; y
transacting business in Starke
, DeWitt Jones was in Jacksonville Leviton'sSales.Weekly Mint Tea For the Nervous. wouJSfoe1'.. more painful still. tpYwoundsi'ae
'. Sunday. I day. Mint hats many virtues and a few not painful as a rule save : The Word ""Ragging.! -

i, .. .'. I Miss Gertrude Reinoehl has gone to vices. Well washed. the leaves pulled n< regards. e surface Injury. t ThpJ i!t word "ragging" Is more corr.,

; ...' J The popular red belt, red maline bow Raleigh, Levy county, to teach a six from the sums slightly:: mashed and : r \ I II f monft England than In tbL'n'ouotii/.

and red Windsor tie at Lanes. :' 1 1I event! i i the custom Is not. Au EuUIS!
: months term of school. boiling water poured over there results -I The Symphony. 1 ,.

: Frank Gardiner is up again after a Reinoehl has returned from n "mint tea" that is a sovereign The symphony- was the result of. paper isaerts that ,*:rag" Is,not a sla
: Miss Elsa
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long illness. I. Kingsley lake, where she !spent a week :I remedy for nervous as well as stomach growth rather than a direct creation.It .J! won|. ut Is a real old verb. ulso toIn '

troubles. Served In a thin class Instrument 1 1I found, use among Icelanders. m
Have seen the penny a yard lace with Mrs. Joseph Antle. grew In proportion as :
you Beginning i t h with cracked Ice and a little sugar In I came. The dlre firm leading to tuV,; ing tq banter lor irritate. In Llucot
Leviton's.
at i Rev. G. F. Scott and daughter, Miss It it cools and quiets the system gen symphony was tfie sonata of the seven shirr.l.nd doubtless other counties

.. .. I. B. Dinkins, of Bushnell, transacted Gertrude, of Jasper, have been visiting next week I am going erally. In preparing the mint tea the I I' teentb ''century. Then came the concerto ,.!upro: i y'te a :boy. Is called "scttlngr til I
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week. bowl Is kept closely covered until the I t rag. -J'Bunyrag" is
business in Starke Tuesday. relatives here this by an elabor -.
I Invented JorallU who emp oyI ,
*j _. I contents are cool, then strained i
pour tlon1g the elementary, term, and here "
.. :Davis' famous paints are sold by Quig- Lester Stearns who is spending a va- to inaugurate- ed Into a bottle that can be closely ed the ordinary string quartet and th' also v t 1e.
8-5-41 : cation at White Springs, is expected and Ice. When wanted solo Instrument Wind Instrument1!' i!" v
*.*r,, | corked set on ... I O irlglnally meant a kind of da.p .
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series of sales later added, and finaUy the instrumental cT -
weekly
were
ter Bruce Davis went to Gaines- home today or tomorrow. ice should be pounded very fine,... and mOD;' I"' d
were doubled and : ,
a little sugar added if liked. Some prefer pas -
day to visit relatives.oses jl Rev. W. T. Morgan has rented the and customers the tea: unsweetened.-Nevr Orleans thus a real approach was made toward |:j 1'he Diamo, d Carat.. .

Prevatt residence on North Walnut my Picayune. ** the symphony.i he great tone epics, of In-4J.imond language a carat Is qna 1

of "OGG" will cure anyand I street and moved his family there. ... Haydn. Mozarj and Beethoven. The to tv grains but It Is not custojnarjr .
I fever. Price 25c. look for some Greek Scholar Waiter, I r merchants to '
I Ieen may a musicians generally associated with( amocjg speak of caratsundj :
Mrs. S. B. Dubose, who had been ill A student at Columbia University { twelve grains. iany dlScultles:
err a spent Sunday with I It this formativ time are Gossee. Joes'ie.Vanhall .
+ me>: c Kingsley lake. at the home of her parents, Mr. and extraordinary b a r- was living with his mother at one of and c4. with Gossec in the In t?p trade are due ,to( the fact' that:

Mrs. G. A. Blount, is now improving.Mr. the large hotels in New York. When i van.-New 'Yo t erkan.Novaatrb I the iii at of France Is righter than. that

+ : s lace, the 5-cent and lOc preparing for an exanjlnation he of _, of Ljji izlg, which has dbe: ujjhter,than
.. J. T. Albritton, of Callahan, is gains.
and .. I the carats of Holland anijAttdippts
ont a yard at Leviton's.McKinney ten brought his books to the table: ood Travels. A
4 spending a few days with his daughter, week worked at Latin and Grecli betweenthe ;_ : to establish /a tmivi e '," ,

of Graham Mrs. L. C. Ray, on Madison street. The past we courses of his dinner. It happenedone The mUea.., .." p<,.blood circutatior.reveals : 'j stag njrd have tailed qwrnC: to ,c! fi

day here with relatives. Little Miss Georgia, daughter of Geo.A. had evening that be had considerable I calcnhi s mr''A ing stance facts.that It has assuming II III ser.\!1 tlsm nod false prldk ,- '
'a. a big run on I been : M
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at trouble over his Greek. The man who The u/fi kne .1
mantles received .1 -
line of oak Epperson, of Lake Butler, has beena the beat slity-nlne
waited on the table saw his predk-a ,-0 A Fitenchman tend a
.. 's. S54tAlma of her aunt, Mrs. M. H. Chancy, and I .
+ guest shirt waists nil -
our merit nnd finally said quietly. "If times a .f: at: ordinary pressure. bratty At thVtmii ot. .jgth '
is in Valdosta this week.P. will let \to the blood It the rate of 207 yards < .
: Lagergren you me come ;you sometime j a frig d ask fl hIm if hh '

.- a guest of Mrs. N. E. Mahon. O. Markey, who holds a responsible laces and everybodywas this evening I will be glad to help in a minnte, or nine miles an hour. I hlmicllr.. ,'"Wh .** tf with f' }

with the Jacksonville Fertilizer you over that translation." The boy 220 mil"a day and 80,000 miles a I trtHCh ') .
position '
It characteristic: shrug
ad. and
ote N. B. Hull's new may tttj .
the first delighted with i was surprised, but eagerly reached for year. Iff a man eighty-four years old
7-12-21 Co., was here on business I turned, hati&H7, "It was magnificent j
ly you to do so. any aid In sight It transpired that could hfve had one single blood cer-

Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Dnpuis have goneto of the week. the values we offer- the waiter was a graduate of a Euro puscle jjoating in his blood all his lifeit Tbe Ji.'iggls was good the whlskjEjsood. t.

Worcester Mass., for the summer. Rev. W. F. Malphurs was at the Lynn pean university, well able to coach the. woe i1 have traveled In that time, ; the singing was, gos P 3

P.irk colony 12 miles south of Jackson- ed them. puzzled student.-Christian Herald. nearly 57,000,000 miles.-Chicago Rccj i Mr Auld Lanssme' S
Quigley's prices on all building mate- chief f ArgonautCwa 'W1' :>.t
ord-Hefald.
ville, and preached two interesting sermons :
rials are worth investigating. 8-5--U The Devil's Knell. /L_ ..< \ ] .
to large audiences.L.
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t Our Ladies' Un- Among the famous bells of Dews- ... .,., "-

Mrs. Mary Soloman, of Jacksonville, D. Register & Co. have fitted up bury. Yorkshire, England, Is one

I" spent Sunday with relatives in Starke. the rear of their store for a fruit ,and derwear Sale beginning known as "Black Tom of Scothill," .
which was to the church In 4. \
presented # !
cold drink stand and have discontinuedthe ;
I Anything you need in lumber, mould- expiation of a murder. "Black Tom"Is I(

ings, shingles, sash, doors, blinds, etc., stand east of the store. next Mondayand always rung on Christmas eve. Its 1oorik 't 1:1 >

cap be had at Qnigley's. 8-5-4t The first shipment of new sweet pota solemn tolling as it strikes the first tap : : l 1; #

toes was made by J. M. TruDY Tuesday.The running for a at exactly midnight is known all over '...... Ii
Captain and Mrs. A. L. von Kirn left Yorkshire as the "devil's knell." it being i "
tubers Fred ( '
were grown by Sapp .
\ Wednesday for sojourn at Ashville N. week will be no less the notion that when Christ was j t
and they were sent to Lynchburg, Va. :
.t C. born the devil diet]._ \ .g' "

When you buy harness or anything in pleasing and satis- A Sturgeon Swims the Albntio.: ft i l
Ladies $1.50 shut waists only 98 cents .
the harness line, why not go to Kickli- The American sturgeon Is a distinct '

''':,''' at Leviton's. The best value ever offer- ter's where you can get a good set of factory to those who .tpecies and is captured on Lakes Michigan '

.. ed in Starke. harness for $8.50 and everything else and Erie where it Ls landlocked : idfng .
. but below the falls of Niagara the \
i Miss Margaret Harley of Little Rock, cheap. come and see the same species occurs and passes to the / '

- ., Ark., has been visiting friends here this Elder H. V. Skipper, evangelist fcr sea. It Is recorded with every proba- I .

.i week. the South Georgia: and Florida Confer- unusual values we bility of truth that a specimen of this

< Just .received a large consignment of ence of the Second Adventht church, is species was captured some years ago I ,' !Finisl ;
are going to offer. in the Firth of Tay. having crossed 1t.f : _
fruit jars in quart and pint sizes. J. F. In Jasper, where he began a series of
the Atlantic. Sir Ray Lankcster In } sz4
8-19-lt meetings Sunday. .
. \ Kickliter. Justas soon as Unp.. ....e.vj s. ..* ,- I
_ ,, Mrs. Alice Hilliard, of Jacksonville, President Edwin, Southers, of the Tovrn ('osit'-thu -1'tr.> .t'fi "'->r'' 11 Grades

Jacksonville & Caribbean Steamship Co. of Mr. Ski'i'liut! tu.t! = t.v I : N.
relatives here duringthe stock uni sr-'ti-tctt :i .
has been "biting our new 'I
of Jacksonville, was transacting business man. Mr MuIIei.: I l-s deCr.f: :: r'rs: t : ,

week. in Starke Monday. He was accompanied skirts can be received of a ticsprot"al:a..i'l: : ;ir >;'::.1 I t'u-! .., ..3" ft' 1 i I

To prevent chicken cholera use our by Mrs. S athers.Mr. town? We thin! a v.calt'i.! :; gist like! ems Cos ll '

' poultry powders, 15 cents a package. from the yourself might aIm do s(;:iiethlns II; for ., 1. 'I r
=: J' and Mrs. R. O. Daniel and infant factory ; ,, Ir I .
Starke Drug Co. .* K' .'
us. '|
returned Tuesday from a visit with relatives ,

J. S. Dyal, after having visited relatives and friends in different parts olSeorgia. we expect to -give Skinflint-Well, what do ctjbsay to.. l r' j, :

returned to Jacksonville They had a pleasant trip my giving ;you a park cf oak firees : Son
here, very :.. !. i
-. ; Tuesday. and stopped at Madison Macon, Reese the ladies a price Town Councilor-Oh. you noble' heart I .
YOU"'rE.lmean "
ed philanthropist! Why. do 1" ,
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and Godfrey.Sim : : i
pWrPhone;
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Florida schools for Florida teachers. to- .s' : :: t.. .
in this line.
, surprise "- 1
Let me find you one for the coming Gardiner complains that the mud. SkinfllntYes., yes; I'll make I :? I .' "

term. Herbert A. Speir, Marianna, Fla. dy roads have welhiigh put a stop to bicycle town a present of an oak forest Y ; 2.t i il

7-l-9t riding and consequent repair work, have only to find the land and I "w :

M. LEVITONSTARKE supply you with as many acorn,, .: $
but hopes the times will be better after
.- Nathan Dyal, of Jacksonville, came you may want for seed.-German 3 l .f .
the moon changes. His bicycle repair ., .
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visit with -
1 few _!
down Tuesday for a days' ,
shop has been moved one door west ol
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relatives.
the Telegraph office. i
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fall stock I sell- -- --------- -- "\
To make room for am Mrs.Wm. Edwards receiveda painful '. B? '. 'I' _

ing all clothing at cost. Here is a Injury Tuesday which will confine her T. W. SWEAT, n DPARTMENT!
for bargains. M. A 'H'11.'r
chance some rare N
to her bed for some time to come. She Dealer In '" .. "
Leviton, Starke. STORE
was picking grapes at her home on West Jj .
, Madison street and Hides Furs and Skins : '- 1
Miss Jennie-Lou Rivers returned Tues was standing on & $ en

day from a week's visit with friends in box. The box collapsed and she fell If the lady dressed in Wh who bought $9"f 05> worth of shoes" 1 Dr1t t dress goods 'between the
Highest market price paid. FREE _
backward her back.L. .
injuring
Jacksonville. hours of 8:30 nnd 10 p. m Saturday., August IS'h' will bring this! i Wer isement to cs not later

, For pure drugs, right prices and fair U. Morgan, of Starke, and M. M. Starke, Florida. than August 27th we will present' t. erfree, of charge.oniof our beautiful "eiiaie'ed| stew kettle* No. C3L, ,

worth 50 c .nt8. Who wijl be the next lucky one? Read this advertisement and don't
treatment, come to the Starke Drug Morgan, of Arcadia, are the guests this : wej-kly forget that

Co. Your patronage will be appre- week of Mrs. D. B. Johnson, their. ister, rUASK CLARK. THO W.FIKLDIXG. you mu,t poe!=f'nt this advertisement for identification. I s t 1*

ciated. whom they haven't seen since the war. Clark & Fielding, +" p ,, d ai

fifty years ago. This is a long time between Lawyers. i 't Kaufman's Pre f R
t' Mrs. C. P. Ray has returned from ,*
visits. May they a.llliye as mud t, Shrunk
-I! Hampton, where she spent a few days longer and prosper.-Jatper :New Practice in all Courts, State and Federal Clothing.stands

,. with Mrs. W. Wise. t second to'n. Satis-. '
i Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Offices over Gainesville National Ban r
Smith are at tin 1 d
I, :Now is the time to feed stock powders. Gainesville, Fla. f ction awaire the own- t ,
Commercial
Hotel, as Mr. Smith intends ... ,
r Try bur own condition powders three one to make Starke the headquarter i e> of event and theJ t \\4' '
pound package 15 cents, poundpackage ,
for h s insurance business instead ol
40 cents. Starke Drug Co.' prices make t
: easy. Ixc
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Jacksonville Mrs. Smith, who formerly $
I. One fell a Word ( I
H. O. Chambers and Robert Coleman, was Miss Sallie :Newman, has mam 1 2
$ to $17
wa": of Jacksonville, visited friends in StarLe friends here who are glad to know that g4 I I i i

and Sunday. she is among us again.
Saturday .WANTED-To buy a good milk cow.
Think
.. of Jf for
f' a /
. I am agent for the Valdosta buggy; Messrs. J. M. Alvarez A. M. Darb' C. L. Moitt.VANTED10. ; : ,
and J. W. --- -- 2 4 high OTade suit. wvI
built in Valdosta. When you buy a Hodges and Mrs. Clara Lam \ good laborers at Raiford strictly .

buggy why not buy the best you can get left Wednesday for New York City next Monday 22nd to work on brick Can you afro P: to pass
at Kickliter't where they will buy taU and \\inte
for your money. Inquire building. S. T. Dubose, contractor. them unnotidbcl? Then
stocKs for their 4
store. J. Hamp.. Jones. stores. On his retun \)

Mr. Hodges will join his family who an FOR SALE-Klondyke: strawberry. with our line bf Shoes, Cur 1*dies Department awaits

Rev. G. A. Blount, pastors of Hope sojourning at Asheville N. C. Mr. G plants grown by J. A. Howe. Apply in4 .
Hats Shirts jties Collars your *:ction of as fine a line of
church, at Theressa, assisted by Rev. \V. Alderman will have charge of tii- to R. D. Bower, Starke. 8,1 I2-3t: xf .1Ia ttn1.uderwearHosierytiottons. '

Green, of Waldo, held interesting and store in Mr. andHosier ,
Hodges' .
absence.C. '
FOR: RENT-5-room cottage in Johu/ 4 $ ,1 } you E'tc.,8i can bra found in any btcre i
well attended services there !Sunday.:
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W. Edwards addition. J. W. ;, +; dres Our line of DVSB Good ale let
.'. Three persons received baptism. formerly of Starke, Morgan. S 5-tf < ? 'can as nobby as ton numerous t4c1
now with the Jacksonville Electric Co.. } to mention Its the largest jr
LOST-Monday morning in Starke o: $ : the ,besf'Can we show 1 itbfl
Deafness Cannot Be Cured has been given charge, during the day just north of Starke a man's blacl ; I selection in the county ani prices as- +

time, of an information bureau, situatecon coat. Creigh Bros. Jacksonville, Fla ;. you? low as any.v thrt
by local application*, aa they cannot onlythe the of marked on collar. Please leave at Mr .. ete
dlieaaed portion of the ear. There la corner Bay and Main streets .
way to cure deafness and that is by constitn where he will Geo. Livingston's store and receive ) !tile
track
keep of
the
tional remedies. Deafnesa is caused by an Inflamed street reward.
condition of the mucous lining of the cars and answer all questions asked by t'
Tub When this tube is inflamed RUGS 0 RUGS
Enstachlan the about the LOST-One gray coat with black stripe T 9 Cr
public L
hare a rumbling sound or imperfect hear- running of the carson G ll R' s.
you
lug and when It is entirely el sased Deafness is the different lines sell on Starke and Kingsey lake road $
the result,and unless the Infianrmation can be car tickets, Return to this office and receive suita- s o Jt v
taken out and thin tube restored to its normal etc. This promotion of Mr. Edwardt ble reward. 'T

nine condition eases,out hearing of ten will are be caused destroyed by Catarrh forever; shows that he has done his previous dunes Just in another liije; of beautiful -
which is nothing but an inflamed condition of conscientiously and that his services FOR SALE 40 acres, 3 miles northwest $ ,

,' .' the' We mucous surfaces.One Hundred Dollars for any are appreciated by the car company. of Starke, good location 18 or 2(. all sizes '
eue willfne (caused by ('atanh)-that acres cleared ready fir plow and rugs, iip to 9x12.
. Jotbe earedy Sail's Catarrh Cure. Send for
A, ,"'- .. ClleuUnl tree. Advent Cuurcb. plenty of timber, no other improve $ .
* ":I ..e F. J. CHKNKT-Se.I; & CO., Toledo- ,O. Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p. m. ments. Address W.E. Davis, Starke. :

_ ;"., 8ol4b Sunday school at 10 a.
t1OD. m. Fla. .
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