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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 9, 1910
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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:voLxxxII.: '(A;. STARKEtORIbA," SEPTEMBER- 1910. ) t NO. 11 ,

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.t COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS. REMAINS OF NEGRO CHILD fOUN ., KILLED HIS FAVORITE FOX HOUND. LIGBTMNG STRIKES GENERATOR. DEATH OF CAPTAIN LOW. I GENiUS gfjFAHCE$ TOIN. :

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!iFfljlcIp; )r pork Was Examining Bills Investigation Reveals That Child Was (Canine; Has Mistaken lor a Partner or Engineer Bessant Knocked Down But Green Cove Citizen, Bell Known Here, I Hlflbly, iespect&l Young Men H s TIc '

1;:k For.- load Work. Still Born. V01ber Beast if f the Forest. flat IDlared.I Dies After Snort Illness. H.mqlisTlme.! I !"'

4Zhe; odbnty commissioners met Sepjtem.Dcr Tuesday forenoon while Fred WilliAm Burt Strong who lives on Eingsley I Saturday evening at 6-15, during a Captain John Edward Low, well One day last.wpek the Genius of Farce Ii

| 5th all members present. Minpitei colored was plowing on his prem. lake, has had some most wonderful and I thunderstorm, lightning struck an electric known in Starke, died at his home,'! looked over his;program. The two best 1 i t.

) af last meeting adopted. ses just north of the African Methodist varied hunting experiences, some of wire and the town was suddenly Green Cove Springs, August 26th after| numbers he, afe'usual, reserved for I.

.;: B.;B.: Hampton having died his name church in Thomasville suburb the pointof which have been chronicled in the Telegraph thrown into darkness. At 7 o'clock the a short illness. The Clay County Times Starke and cazer'to play them oat. '

u dropped from pauper roll and $7.50 -feta plow struck a piece of cloth, but the most startling one so far lights again shone out. gives the following short sketch of h s A young mibi i.- ,stranger, who had ;

['''or!red paid tor his bnrriaU wrapped around a bundle that was burled hippened Tuesday night. At the power house. when the lightning life: come here to lc "OYe:. ome land, was ,

On account.of the serious condition of in" the ground. Williams dug out Mr. Strong has a number of very pro- struck, a sheet of dazzling light I Capt. John Edward Low was born in the fiiM victim ".!He hired horse and .

:.Berry Wells $5 was appropriated for his the bundle and found that it containeda lific scuppernong vines, but of late some shot out of the large generator and_Engineer : Cleveland, Ohio, August 3, 1838, and his wended his icaj through the flooded s .

relief and Commissioner Epperson was negro boy baby, apparently two days depredator had come there nightly and Lawrence Bessant, who was near boyhood was spenrf as is the boyhood of flat-woods. H* had noticed that when ,

. 'requested- to investigate his condition. old, that had probably died the day be- stolen grapes. Raccoons and 'possums by,. was knocked down but was soon on most boys. At the opening of the Civil ever his horse art into knee-deep water : ,

ti W. J. Glieson's monthly allowance fore. Several of the colored women in were suspected, but he could find no his feet again, having suffered no injury.He War he was aresidentof Detroit, Mich., his,fore-legs se nifd to be weak, but the -..

rafted to f4. the Starling sisters to flO the neighborhood viewed the corpse tracksjrf them and his dogs had not discovered lighted a lantern put the belts on and responded to the first call to arms, driver surmised.tbat the animal wasn't -

and James Parrish to 5. after which Brooksey Cox took it away any "varmints." Mr. Strongwas the small generators and set them rnn":' enlisting with the First Michigan Vol. used to water 1rI .he whipped him up.' SAt

. ? Fire-arms permissions.issued to W. G. and buried it at some other place. sorely perplexed and got so nervous ning and the welcome lights again unteers. He served through the entire last he app 4athed a branch, and .

'Brooks', John J. Andrews, V. J. Valentine Justice T. W. Sweat and Constable that he would wake up several times peered through the darkness. war, passing through the Peninsular when the wate fj:>t up to the box of the '. :

't 0. D. McFarland and C. J. Mallory Jones were notified and went each night and take a promenade among The armature of the large generatorhad Campaign, being three times wounded buggy he though!?it was time to calls :

. hi.Bond. out to investigate. They found that the his arbors in his night clothes. been destroyed by the lightning and twice seriously. halt, as the bra icfritself' must be swimming '

of D. E. Knight for notary public child had been born to Ida Washington Thus, Tuesday night he awoke took it took several days before a new one After the war closed he located in deep, Iestaxted::,j to turn the -

; approved.J. who lives close by Saturday night, and his double-barrel and went out. He could be put on. Washington City where he married horse around, ijid try another road -

W. Townsend, J. J. Colson and S. that it was dead when born. Granny saw a rather large animal on the top ofa Miss Emma Virginia Heiberger in 1870. when that mill $ided equine uttered a

B/Cason asied permission to straighten Cox, who had acted as midwife, had post in a grape arbor. It was too Orphanage, Day.. Of this Union five children were born, grunt and lay dp t t4n in the water. All

road from Edwards' bridge to G. S. & buried the remains where found. The large for a 'coon, and thinking it was a Arcadia, Fla. two sons and three daughters only two attempts of thedriver to get him, up -

,F.. crossing near the old Starbird mill, officers thought the explanation satisfactory panther. Mr. Strong1 took careful aim Dear Friend:- of whom are s.tiil living, Miss Minnie ;failed, and be :Gpnclnded that he had f

:; and open np a new road to pass railroad and dismissed the matter. and fired both barrels of the gun at the Our Orphanage Day, the first Saturday Low, of this place, and Mrs. E. F. Kelly i lain down from cthaustion and would I '

. [. on'north side to Lake Butler, applicant animal in quick succession. The sup- in October will soon be here. We of Baltimore, Md. Other close relatives | drown if EometSiag was not done quickly -- .

;. agreeing to stump and open np road and ENTHUSIASTIC W. C. T. U. MEETING. posed 'varmint" fell to the ground I are grateful to the people at large of who survive him are his wife and one so he got doV% and with great dim- -

,'famish all lumber for bridges. Order. bringing a peck of choice grapes with it. I every denomination and of no denomination sister, Mrs. Wr*. Dafter, of Marshfield, cnltv succeeded' nnbuckliug the bar- : .

ed that notices be posted along the route Committee on Entertainment Appointedto The animal was not dead, but set up a helping us on this day in the ness and getting ie horse up. -'. .

.. :for 80 days, so that possible objectors Enliven the Work. pitiful howling. past. You understand this extra effortIs Wis.Captain Low came to Florida in 1876 Anxiously 100\ 'g the animal over he '

may state their objections at the next The W. O. T. U. met Monday after- "Dirn me, if the cuss don't yowl just for the budding and improvement, and purchased a large tract of land at could not see t1t anything ailed him : ,i

meeting of the board.Commissioner noon at 8:30 o'clock with an attendarceof like a dog," observed Mr. Strong. One and not to meet the current expenses of Crystal Lake in Clay and Bradford and hitched iu.again to the buggy.

44' Peek instructed to correspond twenty members and two visitors. A II of his dogs then came up and inspectedthe the Home. It is not the desire of the coon tieR. On this property he plantedan He had no furthe.trouble on that score,

C 4 with the secretary of the Jacksonville very enthusiastic meeting it was and one quarry, but instead of biting and Home to remove the immediate supportof orange grove, but the hard work exacted but his patent leathers, peg-top' pants, .

I. board of trade relating to the much enjoyed by' all present. There shaking it, or running away, the dog sat the children from the heart and ten of a pioneer in this region resultedin cigarette paper :eid matches were tot -

proposed automobile highway from At- were several committees appointed for down and began to howl. Mr. Strong der love of the churches and all chari- several severe break-downs. The necessity tally ruine andS he was soaking wet- .

flanta! to Jacksonvilleand report to the the different phases of the work, one of gave him a kick then went and got a table people who love the cause of the for a change of occupation from top to toe. : 1 f

: 'board at their.next meeting. which was a committee on entertainments lamp. He tied a long fishing pole to the orphan. Our unfinished building the brought him to Green Cove Springs in The horse Tiftpiwned to be a "May .

!i; Ordered,'that the outside walls of they whose duty it is to "keep something handle of a rake and carefully pulledthe first consideration for the proceeds of the falL of 1886 where ho established the colt" the kind tbjt cannot resist a bath -

new county jail be stuccoed instead of doing" from now until after the dying animal into the open. Upon this day then our sewerage that has real estate and insurance business in when a chance fog one is offereJ. (

painted.P. election November.: inspection he found it was his pet foxhound been asked for by the trustees, follows which he was engaged at the time of his The next prank flayed by the Genius- I

: R. Parmenter filed his report as Our Union has received a great increase that for his ability to climb, had close in need and importance to the death. of_ Farce took pl4& Sunday afternoon. '

inspector of marks and brands for the in membership in the last month died the death. building. It is the growing institution He was a Mason and Knight Templar, Messrs. Roger f ells, Olin and RaT I

6th district I and We hope to have many more come We leave to the reader's imaginationwhat that calls for enlargement. This building as the latter a member of Columbia White and JosepiMattox, four highly

Commissioner .Peak granted further : followed. It was sour grapes to could have been finished had we No. 2 of D. 4. to view the
iu at.our next meeting, which will be Commandery Washington, respected young o, went .
: time to from : the dog and a bitter pill for Mr. Strong. wished to go in debt. Orphanages too The d& of the office .
report upon roefd Sampson next Monday, Sept. 12th, at the Methodist C. new jail. Ir. room, ...
Graham.Warrants frequently in their desire for a much in the- southeast- of the
City to church. Let all those who have 4.ner building ,
Endeaiorers Give Supper.The needed building get embarrassed with a Seating Capacity Was Overtaxed.
: in of bills and entered. Wells
payment were promised to unite with us come and receive f' was open 4iey
: drawn on the different funds as follows: badges next Monday. Visitors in Christian Endeavor Society of the heavy debt. Tnis is not our policy. Last Saturday Rev. W. T. Morgan slammed the gra "t bon door shut toe.

PAUPER FUND. vited. Remember the hour 3:30. Presbyterian church gave another of This building, started three years ago, pastor of the Presbyterian church, hind nun in orde: o have a little harm- r

Nancy Conner_________________,_.______._. 4 00 A vot. of thanks was given Mr. Cassie their piquant entertainments at the is an appeal that is a striking one, and caused to,be hung on the door knob of less fun at thex use of his comrade.
Ka.rthaGatliD and ___ __, 00
William. Glinon___daughter__..--..___--_------___-_--.-..?- 4 4 00 for the use of his comfortable rest room, Sternburg residence last Thursday eve. will sufficiently touch the average man every dwelling, store and office in the The other door o ie room, leading in- .
Vine, D..ru-------_ 200 The who numbered 60 and make him want to give, even if he card with an invitation to com* ,
city a
ning. guests, ,
Jamee Fairish __._.._____________-___IC___ 5 00 also to Mr. Matthews for space in his to the jailer's 'arters, was locked.
Frank Walker___________. ---___.. 200 valuable were first treated to good music by Misses has not anything to give. to his church Sunday and hear his Labor The young went upstairs and ''i
'Mrs Warren Hereey. .._.__ ______ 2 00 paper. t .
We the Sun
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Ethel Sternburg and Mabel WilUand earnestly beg pastors, Day sermons. At the end of the viewed the allowa
Ijj bTer------- : : : : ::.10 00 : .Mas D. E. K IGHT. paten the cages under -
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h W B .--- ----- 600 Messrs. Herman Crook and Coemo Al day superintendents, card was an assurance that "there will
B C Crew*________--_--___--_________...__ 4 00 construction id other objects of -
'Mr Strickland and daughter______._u___. 4 00 Bad Track Through Like Swamp. varez. Then came the "cold supper." organizations, secret orders, and friendsat be a seat and a welcome" waiting for interest, bu the 'was very close in ,.
Dew' Fatto: ..._______ _.. __ _______ 5 00 I \
---- -- ---- large to make this day the .
.. ,John Mrtntig.n._...___.--__--_...-_--_'____ 6 00 The last train to arrive in Starke over The long dining table was covered with help us you. But Mr. Morgan reckoned with there and hot &8an oven, and they
os.ro1theartm?___,...___--_________....- 4 00 the Wannee branch Saturday reportedthe sheets reaching to the floor and benches best that we have had by giving the out his host, or rather without his guestsin went down into t office only to find
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Elizabeth Johns_______mmnm_-.-_-_y. 4 00 roadbed of the part of the track that which allowed the guests to sit close together earnings of your labor and soliciting the latter particular for the churchwas their exit barred. Wel18 averre4 that
Nora Rawllna___.___________.__-___._ 4 00 others to do the
Eliza Albert___..--__.-.-_____....___--____?___ 2 00 runs through the Like. swamp in a dangerous were used instead of chairs. same so filled with hearers who wanted IOme one had Bhu hem in oat of misciief -
Amanda Thomas_____ ._______ ___.__ 4 00 Yours sincerely, -
'- ---- -- condition. Roadmaster S. A. ;Mr. Rufus Hodges sat at the head of the to know "What the Church Has Done but console his comrades telling
Emeltne Orlfflg..______nuuu__.-._____ 2 CO .
EUzabeth Prevatt____------_______--____... S 00 Bryan went out there Sunday and found table and had a pan full of such thingsas B. M. BEAK, Snpt. for the Laboring Man" and what "The them tba' S rift Langford, who j

.Ervin Lee Crosbr Griffls.-._-_-.-_-_-_-_-..--_-_-_._-__--_-_-_-.---__..-.-_-_-_-_-____ 7 800 00 it in bad shape. The track has lately a bunch ot chicken feathers, a bunch Council Invitation to the Heavy Laden" meant, was the sole cu Odian of the keys

:NfI.D. II.IIcKn1ght.u--,........._ 2 5 00 00 been under water, and when it receded of chickens' feet, another of chickens' Proceedings. that many reluctantly had to return would return fro Lake Butler some

L BUV&Jrohnl-------h.u--- 8 09 the weight of the heavy phosphate trains heads, a glove full of salt, some gherkinsand The council met in regular session home, unable to accept the welceme for time during the n ht and let them out.
: Morgan Brown..._____.__.._________________ 5 00 i Monday night Sept. 5th 1910.
. OJOp.mpbelL------------------------------- 2 00 had caused it to settle down and get out an oyster shell with a piece of raw lack of seats. Those who were fortunate Every window Te the one in the

( .MayA1oock .....__--____--____-__-____ 3 00 of alignment. Monday Mr. Bryan sent beef in it. These articles were, one by Present J. W. Andrews, Jr., E. P. enough to hear the sermons pro- barre nd /
cupola Val they
..I'BJohu..J( ______ __._____________ 600 were prison-
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B Johns, raise on pauper allowance..u_ 2 00 an extra gang of workmen to the track one, passed by Mr Hodges to the guest Duncan and WI J. Griffin. Mr. Duncan nounced them exceedingly good and are firs, sure enough. :t was surely a joke

' ytneyLeeanddaughter: Williams..___ .______-unu-__ ?.-__-._--u-_-_- 4 2 00jfiiRe 00 and hauled train loads of sand and cm- nearest him, and thence from one to the acted as chairman pro tern. grateful to Mr. Morgan for having given that some of tl:. best young men in -
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.. anerDyal.River...__._--__.____._______._____u 500 400UjHenrr ders and the track was soon consolidatedand other. The objects had been kept on Minutes of the last meeting read andnpproved. them the pleasure of listening to town, prominent i society and church .

111bAv114---------------------------------- S SO leveled npT: The trains in the meantime ice and felt so cold and clammy and uncanny them. circles should be e first prisoners in

... ?B Hampton,burial expenses uunu__ 7 5 00fxi 50 used the main line to Hampton and that they were sometimes drop- Bond trustees reported cash on handas the new jail. WI ther they said anything .

'.ifarin'. Higginbotham_______-__---'__----___---350 the G. S. & F. from there to Sampson pad by the lady guests, who for each offense sallows:: : Good (Corn.As ; unpretty ab t the misguided per-

l.. JIM;' 00 Junction. i had to pay a fine of 25 cents. General Fund-------------------|2oS 17 usnal this season of the year Mr. a-on they thought l d imprisoned them

GENERAL FUND.commissioner The track between the lakes has always Others wanted to see what was handed I Additions and Improvements___ ,67S 26 D. W. Pmholster has presented the Tel h not recorded, b they probably! did

O Seal*. --_--..___.f 5 40 caused trouble. When the bed them and were: fined a dime for each I Bills examined and oidered paid: egraph with a sample of his corn crop not. J treamed from their
\ J r.Peek _____ 4 Perspirations
! Mj Knight _un____._..._ .8 toX was first thrown up it consisted of pure look. The exclamations from those who E. P. Duncan, member"council--l 1 CO consisting of eight ears, which would be faces. their iw culate collars and S

: J yj 8 Rosier Epperson "" _.u____._..._._. 6. 20 20A' muck, and after it had become dry it felt "creepy"- provoked mirth, which, J. W. Andrews, Jr., ... 100 called large anywhere and which are shirt fronts white and their carefully

_2niott Fisher Co typewriter m_______._ 145 00: caught fire from the burning swamp arfd the doors being open, was heard outside, W. J. Gnffin ... 1 00 the largest we have seen this season. creased pants 8tUC to their legs. Olin
. [Light and Water Plant___________. :2 20
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r IJ :N Tjingford 1 day with bOLIflt---------- U) roadbed as well as ties burned up and as laughter is contagious, soon the A. S. Crews, salary____________n 5 00 They weigh together 10'--4' pounds, White had an app intment he wouldn't .
i IE S Mftttbtw8pub1! riports-------------- 5 00 F. fees______ 7 00 S
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Sand thereafter substituted, but whole neighborhood was laughing. Hoover mayor's i which males each ear 20i
1W T Weeks salary and indexing_-______ 145 53 was average miss for anything d looked st his gold
$J [A V Long,county attorn.y--------------- 4 17 the bank was not built high enough to Refreshments were served, consistingof L. H. Austin salary and fees____ 54 50 ounces. watch five "nutes. Ray White S
every
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|W A Rro\by. registration _.. ._nu___ 1040
: JWH Holllngsworth,janitor.__huu__ 15 1.0: be out of water during floods and it is different kinds of sandwiche and Ed Burnsed, salary and fffLnn 00 Mr. Pin holster states that he had 8 finally suggelte! 1 that they take

; T L Warren phone rent-_____--...-._______ 3 44 -00- only by slow running of the trains that cake, chicken salad, pickles and coffee. C. A. Futch, clerk's fees_________ 8 &<5 acres of such; corn, planted in rows 5 the hOisting TOpe tnll let themselves! .

! : 315 .! W. L. Wall fire chief_____ ____. S 00 S
: derailments are prevented when it is The out of town guests were, Mrs. W. feet apart and every thirl row was 110\\"n from the pola window, but .

I lAH FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND. 447 softened by water.Prcsbyterian H. Porter and niece, Miss Olie Porter Will Kickliter, fireman________ 2 00 planted in pinders. From the S acres Wells said th pe was rotten and

:4 f f* C Livingston Freeman county&Co jatl phyi.fcian--------8 work_____--___ 1-10 and Mr. Chas.;. S'nckland of Waldo C. A. Knight ___u_____ 400 he gathered ISO barrels, a barrel beingthe would not bear t. c1ir) weight. Mattoxfoun4 ,
; ;W H Homnrnworth 3ailtr--------------- 25 00IJ (Churcn; Directory.Rev. Alvarez ________ 2 00 ,.
:Mr.: and I\Irs. J. C. Bailey, of Savannah, Guy u of bushel of shelledcorn.
, equivalent a .
; NLangford feeding prisoners--__.____ I f TV Sweat, 2 case----------------------- 4& X'2 Win. T. Morgan, :Minister.: and Messrs. Herman Crook and Rudolph D C. Jones ._________ :3 00 This is at the rate of :::0 bushels : that they tke a pa'achute of .
l aUrtryJone.8caHe8 _____ ___ _______ 8S x5f ,
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f J H Dowling witness_________________un 1 HO! Phone 50.Sabbath. Thede, of Lawtey. H. L. Miner __________ 3 00 per acre which is very high considering it auI jump down 4at no ODt} !ilP.W': hwo *

H Aut-tin.Newman special witmtuj constable_ 385WR ooi School, i:45) ; a. m.. Sunday.J. The entrance fee was 25 cents for each Will Moitt u________ 4 00 the dry weather experienced before the m"lp;: a.. rarah t..eIi .

-' i 3"t Dtkle. 1 case 1 _oo _____.___-----------1 Jiik W; M. Trnby Superintendent. I invited guest, and the sum taken in at Loreuzo Green ___UU___ 4 00 cr"op matured. Had The reason been \ .. hilOS.lf 1: ,i.v rPDI' of.pd that

- : |tN WitntM Langford.and juror caoe OilIT Preaching Services, 11 a. m. and 7:30p. the "box office," added to that realized Clyde Chancy ___n_____ 4 00* more propitious, 59( bushels per acre Lachl) W Mlltihl t'trl: 11\n--d ;licI to
* L Warren phone rent 50 swelled the coffers of the Ro er Wells ___. ______ 300 .
m. Every fourth Sabbath morningat from fines, would probably have been realized. -ilPP.':". aid 11.. \la thiukia* = 0" the dp'icloll" S
-1: 218 24 Hawthorne. Society considerably. J. S. Cassie ____ _n___ 4 00 .
1l'mo:1 pr sp.e <: ) hE" be.iu
t BRIDGE FUND. Roy Turn ______ __ 2 00 Lanes Go to Barlow. S .
Reynolds lumber.:!._____ _.____$ fi '7:"R Christian Endeavor Society, 3:30 p. u .:. to hpl;: or:P1"I:)Ct> ODetj let them
anf"l ---- Picnic at Kingsley. "
Brooks Shipnan ___ __ 1 00 Professor B. B. Line and family will
Presi
ic: Perrj' team ____u'i m., Sunday. Cosmo AVvarez, u onto After 1\ wait he aw Jeff

,. jf J J B Ward McKinney, lumbir-----------------------t<*m_-__..____--____._._ 10R 2 2.;) dent. The following ;young ladies and gentlemen J. T. Quigley, jail repair___--____ -1.5 leave Monday for Bartow, where Mr. .Tl)1t15. calleI :him ,4 the "c r:1d said

4 ,Jl&llylePoE'k.arles 1.IUs culverta, road work-....._.____.____...... 114 17 2.31') Prayer and Bible Study, 7:30 p. n., constituted a picnic party to Ca- Bradford Co. Telegraph, printing 1C 75; I Lane will assume the principalship of '11*. 10000k cou'e eas4; 1e OPf'ued with a
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4: |t-T Oteen- u______..____ It! W) \Vedueday. nova's landing on Kingsley lake Tues I ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND.J. the Snmmerlia Institute. Professor dick from tli, ouiC de. .Johns pretend.
LBPfemrtimiin to _____n------ 5 2IJt Sunday School Teachers' )Meeting Misses Ethel Sternburg, Elsie and il. Truby, street work..... ____ 10 63 Lane is held as one of the best educatorsof bntlsl\id
day: .
:!: Williams __________---- 10; .cl to fry. d could not be done.
r.T' W Preyatt .__________-u 2 25 p. m. Thursday. Sophie Reinoehl Eloise Blonnt, Mabel J. W. Andrews & Son, haulin ._ 5 25 the state, and being offered the important -
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______ SW! Ladies' Aid Society Tuesday 3 tIe --prorniM'd, h4lever, to te1pbone:3heriff
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1. p A CrosbyDWPinhoUter .., ...______u 3 fl.') :Mrs. Mary C. Hull, President.A and Beatrice Wills; Messrs. Joe Trnby, W. H. & J. H. Dowlinp, lumber. 41 32 position he now goes to fill wasa Laojlffrd 4Lake RatlE'r to come
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JL Wynn n R. P. Mattox sanitary work----- 50 of his excellent reputation. He
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r WGSeh' .. ___._.------ 400cBDW&sdin cordial invitation is extended to everyone Othma Haynes Cosmo Alvarez, Chas. home and let thei44t. Mr. Jonas then
t ... ...___-__u_ 21UI.I who has no church home to worship Gray George, Willie and Devotie The council adjourned to meet Wednesday -:. filled hi-i position an principal of the
; 4 ___________ 162lJ went home fLDd r4e his supper, after .
rf W Thnii-n ... _uu.U..u 8 ('0I with us.JMt7nderhill. Blount. The day was spent with the night Sept. 7th for the purpose Starke High School during the last term which he returned *nd released the :
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\ .. _.__ _____ 00p'D Dan Han-fll .. ______ _______ 6 25 a The young iien re unable to keep ,
'V.3Wuu. .. ____. 2825 Jones ______,._______ 1 87 Lanes leave us and wish them good luck -
)i. Dou2L --u--___.__. : ic OJJ. S C Crews ________.... 1(0) Union Meeting Sunday Night. their appointmen4-they had to go '
'hoinis .._. White Will Preacb.
Sam. J. '
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t jf4bU4 Q. 487C J W Andrews & Son ...____-_u S (U I in new home and into the; th1ub.
reen : --. --_-_-__--_-_-_-_ 375 ; W B Knhl __--__________ :23! SO; Every person in Starke and vicinity is Summerlin Institute Prof. \-
'WAK.1ght Sam J. White will At the .
;, -- H S AdUns __________.. 150 State Evangelist
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to _______ _____ 3) 00 .
) Z W3Reray D DouglMs to- _______h___n._ 125 SBCusou 'r _.____________ -5 00 preach at the Christian church morningand cordially invited. to meet in a union Lane will be the head of a faculty of A TeI!,)'barcl!. .
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.. .. ...___.. 11 roC WHKencdy --_--.----.. 7 50 Methodist church
t _._ service at the Sunday
HSNewaom teachers. ODe of these will be
.. _____._ 1 8" Lex Roberts .. ____.__-n 2 7fi evening Sunday. All are cordially thirteen SerricesatI1Li4.and7:3Op.
W Williams m.
x.1L leyt, to _._.-_____.... 200'ULCa.rtt'r Goo E Krl1y _.___u..nn._ ___ 250JAJMcKinnty 150 invited. The services may continue over night at 7:30 o'clock. There will be no Miss Ruth Matthews, who proved her- Sunday IChrJOI a0 a. m. ;
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'. "t a ___.___._ 5b) Rnfna Ch*ncea .___________' 10 82will : the following week. services at the other churches. self an excellebt teacher at the high
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pastor
.3EAdJdns the last term and whose
1 to _________ 1525 ------_______. 150 L. A. CCXXIXOHAM, school during ..
:WBKUh1 un ________ 75 church will
Jack Johns Presbyterian speak on
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2 oou friends here wish her in
!t'hoA ; Pastor. success every second and
Uebridge : ___ many
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WROo.Un-J ______ ____ 375 "Figures her home. fourth J .
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WWllllams _-_--_____--__ 681LPePk 8 H Moore u 362:: Episcopal Cnnri' Slush." Those who have heard Mr. Sunday Sunday morning
'to ______________ IJW Goo Bollman ----oo----T 600
: 1' 8 }Io.4er -.___-____u 'U" l. A I :Mann and others" --_______? ::18 CO Sunday September 4th, 1910 15th I Morgan will not fail to attend, others Baptist Cnnrcn Directory.Sunday at 10 o'clock. jf
J EplnIOn .. -___------ .tW I 82514 ( should not miss the treat in store for School 9:45 a. m. Prayer meeting yd Bible study every
W Flikh.' -----.....-.. f11 1, Sunday after Trinity. Thursday evenin i ft 7 o'clock. '
11tTJ&ekaon. to,. --77: ,--- li 7 {50'B The board adjourned until the flirt Sunday &h0019:30.Morning ; them. The choirs have united in the Preaching 11 a. m. and 1:45 p. m. All are cordially1{invited, and mem. '

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SECOND LARGEST : NEGROES CONFERS --_ "
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; O'NEIL & E;. ., CAPTAIN, ... BEN !IIOOPSR.republican Big Poultry Plant Establu ( _

CJTY .. TO MURDER PLOT AlJWfc IA.Sui. awana Spring. '
i INjHEtORLD Alleged Bribe Giver 'I Nominee For Scores of workmen are IIi _

J It Tried: In Chicago.Pnoto :,. : I II Ij L Governor .of T'nn...... ,,, \! work at the big Lackawac ?
the "
Poultry Plant. "
largest C

: Census Gives New York citY Five Blacks Shot to Death by. Three !D/opngs and acidrReported. "F Its largest kind in In the the United South Statii3'-n.\tti. : ; b-.


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; LONDON ALOJflf OUTRANKS j I I.,";..r .--.:k.* .i-v OCCURRED' NEAR- ATHENS, Gfl pI I OCCURRED- ON THE SAB I iTH started have Two the 6.000-egg by September first Incubdtorr IncubatiotrV 1. ; __ __ __ took coun perfadn


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..- Census Bureau Makes It. Report on ....!" < Florida Is Shocked by a Sifcces- Installed at the plant.
City -r' ___
Population of the American Me- I Daughter of J. W. Huff, of Clarke ; The Lackawana Poultry"organized woul

4 I tropolia-Large a* Any Two Foreign County, Awakes to Find *4a BurlyBlack sion of Tragedies-Brave AU I mpt under J200.COO cast lies

Cities Except London In Her Room-Intruder ,ItW _ of Comrade to Rescue Dro ilng I Is headed: by James A. flo1lnig... ceinAi

:, Greater New York has a populaUoD ? I Conspiracy.. Man Resulted In Death of Bot retarj' of the Jacksonville: .
Captured and Divulges
sI' tf 4,760,833 under the thirteenth decennial ._ 4 4 4. t me&t Company and Is Inter sheaMer
: I Three and suicide ere numerous enterprises In .
census, according to figures .ri, News reached Athens of the killing Sr drownlngs a a4--,

.; ?. Issued by Director of the Census Du- of one negro and the fatal Injury of I tragic events In Tampa Sun ar' I he Jacksonville. laps

.. ;, i'l i rand. This makes New York the- four other alleged negro conspirators,, dead: When the plant Is operaUD oUt
;, second largest Harry T. Cole, London sailor on swing Mr. Rybolt says It wl '"
\ city In the world, andes < who, It Is charged, planned to murder || bY'B
:A' I I''i large an any two foreign cities! ,. the family of J. W. Huff, a prominent steamship Cayo. Manzjnillo, 'dro Mat I capacity of 12,000: eggs In p'" etorhart

I 4 1 excepting: London. by American preaa Association. planter of Berkeley, near Carlton on Seaboard terminals. Incubation at all times. ThIngs t.

., :; '. t Since 1900 the population of the the Seaboard railway. Hubert Stamm, Bremen, tlrema on: will occlpy a space of'_ vet}

Iy metropolis has Increased by 1,329,681, Another report reached the city steamship St. Jobann. drowned at: 650 feet. One hundred acres :' of Tit

:: : or 88.7 per cent., as compared with IMPRISONED WITH SNAKES. that all five of the negroes were killed p Port Tampa ;i : utilized for the poultry to ranj tf. t,

t3 E,487202 under the last census. Heman Knoll, Bremen fireman on .
'''''''' '. by an enraged posse.It TO RAISE ILL-FATED MAINE. onefret
The Borough of Bronx Mr*. Wood Tells a Story of CrueltyIn steamship St. Johann drowneda'': '
showed the Is said a daughter of Mr. Huff discovered t Predicts Short Orange Cro caSt

: greatest Increase in the greater city. Divorce Suit. a negro In her room, aroused: Vessel May Be Sailing Home On or Port Tampa.C. General Sales Manager R. Pj

;.. f Queens, Brooklyn, Richmond and That her husband bad imprisoned her father, who confined the negro In L Before Christmas.If R. Evnns, collector, sulclda. ton, of the Florida Citrus Eic G

:Manhattan following next in order. her In a cave In which there were two a room and held him till several L plans which President Taft regards Stamm and Knoll were In d.J. n- who Is touring the United .Slate

; The figures for these huge snakes from which she barely favorably are adopted the bat mlng at Port Tampa. Knoll,
boroughs to- neighbors could be summoned by i the Interest of he exchange 8Jf"- mo:
': gether with the Insreases, are as folio escaped with her life, and that later phone.On tleship Maine, sunk In Havana harbortwelve i younger of the two. could not awjkn:, ers generally, has Issued an botiIng Oh:

: ;; wsi 'Bronx 430,890. an increase of he attempted to tie her hands and the arrival of these neighbors I years ago which since then and when ho reached water over'lis I letter to district managers* De1Bo'
. 230,473 feet and place her on a red-hot stove has concealed the secret of the disaster head called for
; or 114.9 per cent; Queens, the negro confessed. The negro said I help. brokers. In which he predicts that.j
: f 284,041, an Increase of 130,042, or 85.6per I. was the testimony given by Mrs. Fannie that he with four others had planned I which overwhelmed her, may he Stamm wnt to his assistanceboth d I next osnge crop will faIl short : Wood, in the district court at
cent.; Brooklyn 1, 634,351, an Increase to rob the residence, assault the Wo- sailing homeward on or before Christmas were drowned. year's crop by fully 40 per cenf" ':!
Denver, Colo.. in her suit for divorce
: of 467,769, or 41 per cent.; men, kill the occupants and burn the I bearing a long-delayed verdict Cole was in swimming near expects however, that the. fro
from Chester Wood. She
? L. secured
f.: Richmond burough, 85,969, an increase house. to the nation Seaboard terminals when he i ; grapefruit and tangerines will' wb

: 1 4 of 18,948 or 23.3 per cent.; Manhattan her decree. It Is also said that the other fonr Jdhn F. O'Rouke, of New York. seized with cramps. His body L that of last year.Accidentally. ..
; Wood became Insane several the
t burougb 2,331,442, an Increase of negroes were Immediately located, submitted the plans to President Taft. nat been recovered. |1 -

: I HS1/U9.; or 26 per cent. months agf and when officers cam confessed and when they resisted detention The plan provides for raising the Evans' body was found In the gra son I Drowned. wa
to take him in charge, took refuge In MaIne by means of pneumatic caissons Nebraska IL lilt
t were shot avenue, by a negro la. L .
I a culvert half filled with water, where down."I' .. and steel cables. The ship will] and his wife. Francisco Labee a member c!.so.: loc
Nearby: hot
was! a :
: : : A TRIPLE TRAGEDY. for several hours he put up a der, be preserved Mr. O'Rouke I I crew of the French steamship
; intact says,, half filled ;\ ith whisker] and morphic '.. pa
t ;;; perate fight, finally being overcon TIRED OF LIFE. with every evidence of the disaster He i wy In port at Tampa fell overt tia
was a collector for -
Unfrocked Minister Shoots Two Wom a local los
after When his body was recovered 1t-w&
he
t't' had received severe Injuries- which she may bear. association fOI
en, Then Commits Suicide. Several Persons End Their Existence About 1,000 men will be requiredto and was recently marrlel 'found that his neck had been br t' fre
<, It is reported tnat u. S. i,. Brown '
,
!
at Philadelphia. The coroner's {
: DyiNg HE SANG SONO. attend to the Jacks and other Plans For Jury rendered a 'v lethe
an unfrocked New Hotel. -'
; I minister, at Kansas ,
Bodies of two who ended
women of accidental
I death
by
equipment and it Ls proposed that the t dro'wn1j
\ j' City, Mo., shot and killed< Mrs. Edith their lives by drowning were identified The plans for a new six-story bote The lad
native Nath.i
furnish was a of
government all
1!: : ,I Brooklyn Man Tried or part of this to be erected ci
;Ward and fatally wounded Mrs. Anne to Save Aged at the morgue at Philadelphia at the corner of Forsyt France. ;:

i. I 1. lemphere whose jealousy is said to Mother a 3hock. Sunday and three other joung women force calling out a regiment if nec and Clay t>streets Jacksonville, arJji Izi'

:; 1. have To spare his aged mother the shock essary. now practically .
caused the tragedy. Then Brown were found suffering from the complete in the office i
It Is
?'r killed of seeing him totter mortally wounded further proposed that the repair of H. J. Klutho gtw.
: himself. The shooting occurred effects of illuminating gas which the the architect. Wi FLORIDA STATE NEWS. ",
)it t. ) in a rooming house. -. In the house, Patrick Rabll, a Broo' police say they inhaled In an effortto to Havana ships In southern waters be sent Ham Burbr'dge! Is the well-known rea w.hr

/ Brown, who was a veteran of the lyn butcher, put the last vestige end their lives. One man, who the work. to minimize the expense of estate operator who Is building* th Chairman John P. 'Coffin, of C te

"'I:' / JJoer war was formerly pastor of the I I of strength left in him into the refrain was found dead in a gas-filled room, new house t a cost of 150000. 'Th Prohibition State Committee, has Ir

.! f CbrlEjtlan churcii at Lees Summit, I I of a popular song which he is also supposed to have committed new building will be used' erclusjvel$ sued a call for the state convent tt

but lately had been working as a car bravely- whistled as he passed throughthe suicide. SAD TRAGEDY AT"TALLULAH as a hotPl. and will have a frontagon which Is to be'held at Jacksonville Par. frz

conductor and a railroad fireman. It room which she occupied. As he The body of Mrs. Mamie Fuhs, aged Forsyth street of 108 feet, an(' September 15th. The convention vi n
.: Is said he dismissed reached an adjoining room he fell will extend 9:; feet '
was from his along Clay street but '
24 years, the young bride who disappeared occupy one day. 'The plactf :
.
church when be lost $60 of the church unconscious. FALLS ; SS
from her home, was found in meeting has not yet been decld
:): funds In a poker game, having previously -1 I Jlahll and two companions were Arrested for Smuggling. :. S
the reservoir In Falrmount park. Her upon, but may be the First ChriitJaa]
I been allowed to retain hie pnl- seen In a few moments earlier fighting body was identified by her husband. Alleged to a member of a gang ofl,:church where the convention wi''. E
; front
-, t_ pit on making good $200 church fundi of his home. An examination The other body of smugglers which operated extensively held last ApriL :
a young woman, New ]
: .' lost at gambling. showed that he had received Orleans Girl Is Lost In last year along the coasts of 'S,. t
Texas
who fornd in the Delaware
I; four knife wounds. He died wlthov* was river __.2 T _uLL For some time past the bulidlz Iz
revealing the identity of his assailant and at first supposed to be Sirs. Pubs, Treacherous Rapids. Into UUU LOUISiana in SmUlr2'lIng unn corn in D Land ha*,been on In foil] e
this
: A MYSTERIOUS AFFAIR. *. has not yet been Identified.The country from )Mexico George 'ilast and difficulty Is being exptn-l. f
Kerondela a Greek :;
r
body of the middle-aged -was arrested b"
woman
I I. need In getting enough mechanical
United !
I ; Child Kidnapped While Returning who jumped from the Berks street States Immigration officers, id to meet the demands. :r
carpenters j jaDr
TRAGEDY IN MISSISSIPPI. wharf with her apron filled with WAS OF PROMINENT FAMILY Pensacola and placed In Jail. He :& t
From. Mother's Funeral. 1 I., held : beautiful residences have r.
\ tones, was Identified Mrs. Cathe- awaiting advices from Washing t
as
I A Princeton, Ky.. dispatch ton. intly been completed and a large
says: Family Dispute Results In Tragedyat Keroadela h asbeen at large for 1
.t I I Robbed of his wife by'death and Ms rine Slonaski, who, it Is reported, Unfortunate Victim Was Miss MarjorIe nearly umber of other buildings of varied'aracter '
a and
Hattiesburg. committed suicide when she found year was found In the (
I only child by kidnappers, Texie A11J-! [Arthur Watson, a photographer, recently that the man she was in love with Miller. Daughter of Prof. Walter employ of the government workingon are being planned. '3*. !

*on, a wealthy farmer Has returned of Sumrall, Miss., shot and was already married. Miller Dean of the Academic De an arnvsteamer plying between The proposed Ice 'and cold storagsilant t

I' borne, after a vain search throughout killed his wife, Nora, and dangerouslywounded The young women who were reported partment of Tulane University. Fort Barracas and Pensacola. It Is S. In fcissimee Is now practically ?

\ southern; states. his mother-in-law! Mrs. John L as attempting suicide with charged that he was minister of the sured, citizens having: subscribed' tax '

j: '.: ,;- Little Gladys Allison was abducted IfoOullough, in a family dispute at: Mrs. Mary Lavelle, aged 20 gas years are: Miss Marjorie Miller a beautiful 18- American schoOner Bonrino. which ock to the amount of $1 ,OOO. and '
while year-old girl from New Orleans was
returning from the funeral other was used In
Hattlesburg, Miss. the smuggling operations. difficulty will be experienced In
Mrs. Laura Walker, aged 22 years,.
mother three weeks I ago at Watson attempted to but curing the required sum of 125,000.
t ecape and Miss Laura Arnold, aged !8
i' 1 afternoon.
Ehreveport, & and since then he
wa pursued by officers with
bloodhounds
I .. father has been unable to find a single and years. j She was with some others who BIG HUNGARIAN COLONY. The news reached Ocala of the trag*:
captured about two miles
} I I" trace of the child's whereabout The body of John Scott, aged 40 were stopp'ng' at Chasm Drink hotel, death of Miss Pearl Taylor i at

..I He Is not a rich man and does not from Considerable the scene of the crime. years, was found lying fully dressed who went In bathing in Tallulaa riv r I Wit Be Located on Immense Tract in ackshear, Ga., who was burned I to

i 1 believe the little girl was taken lathe feeling exists against! : In his bed. The room was filled with at the mouth of Bad branch whereso ,. Hillsboro County. ath by the explosion of a lamp. The

I boPe of securing a reward, and. Watson violence. but there Is no fear of mob gas from an open jet. Members >f many fatalities have occurred and Preparations for the location of a I ung lady visited* In Ocala only] a

; \ besides, tne kidnappers have given his family say he had no reason to was carried out beyond her depth by large Hungarian colony in the vicinity ffw weeks ago as the guest of herCfusin

1 I him no chance to pay a ransom. end his life. the current. which Is very swift and ; of Tampa seem to be very active at Miss Ethel Crosby and while

I. :.i \ The Shreveport authorities have) TAMPA MURDER MYSTERY. treacherous at this point this time. Arrangements are being t re she made many friends who S

r been unable to secure the slightest FATAL AUTO ACCIDENT. Her companions strove heroically : made at the present time by the promoters 1&rued with much sorrow of her

: i I clue and the affair Is as much a mystery Another Italian Passes via Supposed I to save her but failed. for securing about 12,000 dfatb. .

.t 'o4 j r: i I as on the day of the disappear. "Black Hand" Route. Savannah Man Killed and Several t Miss Millar belongs to a prominent acres of land for this purpose an.} \ the
t ance. Another bloody chapter of the New Orlears family, and with hT the first colony will be about two mong appropriations made forK
Other
Persons .
r t' I "Black Hand" type was written In Injured.M. mother and sister had been summerIng thousand strong. It Is understood that ; j West by the last congress and for
K. Jones .
: : one of the !.Jestknownfurniture W Ich the is
I Id the history of West Tampa when Sal at Tall-ilah: while her father 's a corterie of Hungarians residing in money now available are

't ; 1. A REAL ROMANCE. I vator Martino, an Italian saloonist, In Savannah men: at in the the $
J went to his death at the hands of an lecturing t ir. in November and December p for the foot of Fort str?et,
,
on the Grand Pr'/e: aufoin"ljile and'
.r (cour,
I Philip Carr Remarries Wife Lost In I assassin, who ambushed him in a L 8 miles from Savannah when : Her mother is prostrated and Miss a large number will come direct from S 000; to make preliminary examine

,. : H 1 Turmoil of Civil War. I lonely spot. The same degree of"111)"s- tire exploded! and Iautomobile! a turn rF"'r Miller's de 'h has cast a gloom ov r Hungary in January' and February.: ne and survey of channels leading

j :.[ As ever' tery that has surrounded former tragedies the gay vIsors of the resort. ii] Key West herbor, any amountssary.
quaint
a romance ed '
as was con pPt'lr over airi risMed: Itself,
1 : in the Italian Miss Marjorie :Miller drowned near New n< > Navy department Naval,
I colony surrounds
written :
down in fiction Company '
has found Us Mr. Jones'nccl W as broken and "'< Organi: d.
.. t I t ending at Kenton, Ohio in real life. I this tragic event. Martino's body was skull wacFrank tr .('ttI'ed, Tallulah Falls. Ga., was a daughter of The Florida Real Estate and Brokerage st ion to continue quay wall, $13 77 ,-
j r riddled with two loads Professor Walter Miller, dean of tv e ( 2.
r 1 Philip Cr-r remarried ; of buckshot Company has just
to the wife Butnpr. a dose! : fr'en-i of Mr, Completed its
J he lost In the turmoil and slugs, and death came quick. academic department of Tulane uni 'organization at Jacksonville! a special
of the Civ ]1 Jones, in a".oth rar. crime up quickly and will meeting of the board of
I war nearly half No cause for the tragedy can be assigned ;- versity. be one of the largest colltty
a century ago s enJoying : and, taking the dying man In hla firms of its kin commissioners the tax levy
: with her but it was evident that Mar In the state. The fo 1910
i his second honey automobIle. supported him with one capital stock of the for Duval county was raised
.,: I i moon. They were re-unitej In wed tino was expecting! assassination' for hand while! he made a thrilling dri e CEATH OF JULIUS BROWN. new company is 50,000: All kinds oc |mill and the resignation of JudgeW

1 3 I f lock a few days since, but It was only; he was armed when shot. Doubtless; : to Savannah in search of a phvslriin. Prominent Atlanta Lawyer and Oldest of real estate business will bo handled II p3. Young counsel for the body-

.' I I recently that the facts became known threats had been made against his: As Mr. Ba'ner rode up to the: !Paran; Son of ate Senator. Brown. by the new company. A specialty will! w411 t presented and accepted.of. .

f I II as to their life's history. Separated I Ir life which he would not reveal. The nah hospital :Mr. Jones breathed his Julius L. Brown: son of Georgia'swar be the handling of personal property : Marshal the
by belief is that he was deco which is new principal of
I raiding guerrillas who }'ed to the last. closely
captured connected wi!h
v of realty
governor one- Atlanta's most th
;:: ; j the lonely spot by a letter such Hyde Park school, has arrived -
federal
mails as hotels
or telephone
; divorced becauseof In the with laundry
1 1'I car Mr Jones saw
r were four widely kno" n ritius: a leading member mills, fr New York
via
aL,. 'I a believed desertion message. Every possible effort Is ting Q garages etc. the Mallory Line
The
; each remar friends, all of whom were rpntlpr of the !bar and prominent:: In the doors of thp new to Bssume
his
;\ t ned and each again made by the officers to clear organization will duties. He was last
widowed be
unconscious bv
they up the: crash. but none o::t Masonic order died Sunday at Ms open for business
; E i j' found the love of their youth still the mystery and bring the assassin to whom were permanently injured. home on Washington street. after along In about two weeks. edtfSpmpa: In 1SSS when he was off >r-
l t aflame upon justice. of land on which! the Tamna..
:: an accidental
1 .. meeting I illness' Ba; a Hotel which- -
6 not long ojuue and their now ueiroiu- ROBBERS GET Aged Men Have cost $3300, now
: $8,000. Though Mr. Brown has been in Duel.
poor
;; f al fql lowed at once. Funeral! of Judge Rowton. Resulting from eta:3s: for $200. "The village has
health for a long time, his death can e a duel occurring In .
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; Can' Is LOW 74 old The funeral of Judge C. I. Rowton. front of the gro n Into a big city. said Prof.
) years and his Kill ,
Paymaster and Driver In Lonely as a surprise to many who had known postoffice between G. H. Ma t fchal.
\ wife 68. wjoie death occurred at his la e Lane Neap Hudson, N. Y. him. Montgomery and J. P. Collett two of I

I : home in Palatka, was held from the Masked men sprang out of the bush. More than three years ago he gave the oldest residents of Cypress. Mr. } t Meade Lodge No. 67', I. O. O. F.,

4 LEAPED 26 STORIES. Rowton residence on Third street and es alongside a lonely lane near Hud up business entirely. and set about re Collett died shortly afterward, Montgomery 'wa4( inaugurated by Deputy GrandMafjer :

the interment was in West View cern son. N. Y., held up Dent Fowler paymaster cuperating. He visited the best specialists using a hot gun with fatal F. A. McDonald Lakeland. ,
etery. The remains were escorted i effect Both and ..other members of the Lakeland
'i New York Broker Selected of the Atlas Brick companyand in various countries, and yet men were between CO :
) Spectacu. their final resting place by a large detachment negro driver, shot the driver dead: did not Improve. and-70 yea'1 of age. They had a mis- lod 1f ji. The new lodge begins life with
lar
Method of Suicide. of Red thirty-two
Men in regalia and wounded Fowler Julius L. Brown understanding during the members.
: mortally and made was the first child day. which .
i A man who, from papers found in the services were conducted by Rev away with a chest of pay envelopes and the oHest of eight children of finally resulted in Collet firing two T Polk County Farmers' Club

; his pockets, is supposed to have been H. Dutill, according to the beautlfu' containing $5,000. Hon. Joseph Emerson Brown, Geo-- shots at Montgomery with a pistol. heldfts J last meeting at the home of

:; B. H. Holbrook, an Insurance broker, and impressive ritual of that order George Ragsdahs! the driver, died gla's war governor and one of tre Montgomery replied wth! two shots Eug'e' Fin! of Lakeland, and discussny -

I r, cf 290 Broadway. New York, leaped Many relatives and sorrowing friends Instantly; his head was torn away state's few chief executives who occupied from his shotgun riddling Cbllett's! r ny mutters of Importaafce: pr !n-
to death from the twenty-sixth floor were present at the obsequies and at by two 44-caliber the body and legs, cipa these
I I 'I revolver bullets. He governor's mansion fo*'r causing death. Montgomery among being the Pout
I' cf the Park Row building, his body tested their friendship and esteemIn was 60 years old, and a trusted em. terms, and a: member of the United attempted to escape but was Cou y Fair.

I ,, crashing through the roof of a slxtorr a substantial way by bulld.ng on the north. the grave of the departed numerous the heart and died Mr. Brown
without ever regaining -, leaves a wife, two sisters I ed bjjman the death, at Memphis, of T. F.' "
',- The crash of his body waa heard and exquisite floral tokens full '
consciousness. He Mrs. Dr. Connally and Miss Sal- a Gory Razor Fight. Qt who !
I Deceased was; i ; resided in the city I for
: all through the smaller building, occupied was born SO years ago In 21 years of age, a son of Everett Fow. lie Brown. and three brothers. Governor As av result of a gory razor fight: ; years and for several years
I by various business firms, and Cambridge. England. ler, of Havestraw Joseph M. flashed off '
II I N. Y. Brown Elijah Brown in the neighborhood ot I own and operated the electric light;
;I almost caused a panic among the The robbers escaped. and George Brown and a number of Twenty-first street at the intersection I plan: .

; tenants. Reprieve Granted Negro Murderer. nephews and nieces. I I of the Phoenix park car line, In Jacksonville .

I The broker, mangled beyond recognition A reprieve has been granted by th Ruth Harding, Bogaltwa, La., Is: Mr. Brown was one of Atlanta'smost Josephine Williams Th boiler explosion at Nichols*
: crashed governor in the case pf Derry perhaps the youngest bride negro mill Holmes county has resulted
through the covering Taft. : on record. prlne-ly entertainer, and has woman Is In the county jail charged
of the elevator negro wife murderer, who I She la 11 years old, It Is In th death of M. Q. Shelly and John
shaft In the ,second was to hav, 'I stated and bad as his rupst at his home some of with assault to murder and Grant Ellis
building and becam_ .w.eflgd, In the been hanged. The banging has benpostponed was married at Pine, La.., to William: the niost prominent and distinguished her victim la lying at his homel HallCbarl and breaking of the thigh of
.1IIJr .T.tor IaetIft7: until October 18. j' Brtland, aged 19 years.J4 Sk people of I i Marlowe, employees about
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i.... .. ... ... __ WMMl .... ..,,_ .. _ When you have an achey, stretchy J The Lash of a Fiend A Hatter ol History. J r. +erllfS Sale. IFf6TICE
feeling and are doll, tired and dis
you
: [ would have been about as welcome to It cost dollars and fhirtyi r
i STAT1E ttnraged. it is a sign of approaching millions < is that J.
{ NEWS maLana heby given I. N. LanA j,
as* LIVE or chills You should act quickly A. Cooper, of Oswego, N. Y., as a merciless five years' time |work-tb prove conclusivelythatiicfeprificaHy ford Short: of3rsdtordcanatriFloiica, f
lung-racking cough that defied all made paintis under and by 1:1: .
to ward off attack. HERBINE offers
an remedies for "It mention issued 6 t of and under the seal of Chit
was most to the method of
years. superior pld making
you the help you need. It destroys Circuit' Court Bradford Florida.
In' I IL county
the malarial germ, drives out all impurities troublesome at night, he writes. paint brjhand: mixing with a stick in a against A. B. Shi and in favor of The Steward
Things That Are Happening Florida as Told By r and makes feel "Notbin helped me till I used Dr. pot, a few gallons at a time. The L. & Trunk and Base( > a corporation. dated the
yon bright, vigorous King's New Discovery, which cured me AI. Paint is scientifically made by machinery 1st day of Juno, 910.will offer for sale and!sell
Our Exchanges. and cheerful. Price 60c. Sold by to the highest uidbest bidder therefor for
1.I Mitchell's Drug Store, Starke, Fla. completely. I never cough at night with only the finest White Zinc cah. at the cour house door in the town of
now." Millions know its matchless and White Lead made from metal, and Starke, on Mon y, the

I Grow Genial. merit for stubborn colds obstinate purest Linseed Oil. Its use saves costly 5TH DAI OF SEPTEMBER, 1910

A man in neighboring town, who W. H. Reynolds, telephone "How do you like TIpton?" coughs, sore lungs, la grippe, asthma, labor, and the many millions of gallons the same betag a 'gal sales day of said court, r
a
theJJrLwido t within
the
lega hour of ale, the following
hemorrhage, croup, whooping cough or used throughout the United States
took a city in preference to a magnate, has gortpiinp a new "He seems cold and reserved." de.'erib l re alta te and aU the right title and i
paper hay fever. It relieves quickly and neve/ proves it. Sold by G. C. Livingston &
"lie does at uUerovt of the ia" I'A. B. Shaw therein, situated
first but b f
country paper because he'got more paper stunt for his Reo, and, fc&Kes it drag soon thaws. fails to satisfy. A trial convinces. 50c Co., Starke, and Mclver & McKay, In Bradford r mty, Florida town: 3%, of

for the money, was attracted by the telephone poles and do tnejheavy[ : tug. I After you have met him a few timesbe and $1. Trial bottle free. It's. positively Ocala.. ..I of nel4'letof and-it-1., of lWK, .. and ,ofsw south,and wVi
will come up and slap on the < section} tow n'hip T range 20
advertisement of a fire escape which King in setting them. \ A\ back you guaranteed by all druggists Explained. ea+t. ::40 acres: nAia much thereof a* will b*
and ask you for a dollar just as necfcSary to fii.ly satisfy said execution \and .
would be forwarded on receipt of $2. A contract has been let 19, the Bigler cordial as can be." I Why He Stayed. Baxter-Funny, isn't it? Where we cOt |it: S

He sent the cash and in a few days received Bros., of North Carolina, to lay six miles I Jonah explained his sensations inside say a man puts his toot In his month, I E J. LANOFORD, '
V.II w Sheriff Bradford Co. na.
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a copy of the New Testament. of sidewalks in Lake City. \_ Saved His Leg.Sa'tnonght the whale. j& the French say he puts his foot in his J. E. JFUTCH, ;
I I'd lose leg write! "It and didn't feel nose. PlainttSs1
the my was..ntoving day, I ttorney.
About 8:30 Friday morning large j E. H. Dnnlap, assistant superintendent -
J. A. Swensen of Watertown Wis.
I any more uncomfortable than at Foster-Of course. That's all owingto .
sheet iron warehouse at the rear of the of the Pierce "Ten Fullc land Sale. ''
( phosphate mines, fell years of 'eczema, that 13 doctors home," he cried., ..r the nasal sound In so many of the .
Merryday building on the river front collapsed into a long washer and was crashed to could not cure, had at last laid me up. Sadly he made his way to the newfiatHarper's French words.-Boston Transcript U. S. Lard { L ice, Gainesville,Aug. 16. 1910.otice .
Then Bucklen's Arnica SaLve cured it, is her* given that, as directed by
with a rambling noise, one end death early last Friday morning.Cattlemen Bazar. the COlUtubolo i of the General Land Office
sound
and Skin
well. Infallible for
of it going into the water. It was used i '- Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di. under the pro.ns of the Act of Congress approved -
I Eruptions, Eczema, Salt Rheum, Boils, Jane 2T.i: '$ S4 Stats., '"
in the northern part of "Can be depended upon" is an arrhoea Remedy is today the best known ( 51.t we will of-
several firms in town as a place for expres- fer at public..aI. I the
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by Fever Sores Burns Scalds Cuts and highest bidder at 10
i i Manatee county who have been missing sion we all like to hear, and when it is medicine in use for the relief and cure o',.lock A. M., 0)1) he 4th day of October 1910,
storing surplus goods, such as wagons, stock for time Piles. 25c, at all druggists. used in connection with Chamberlain's of bowel complaints. It cures griping, next nt this ofl$' the following tract of land:

hardware, etc. The timbers had become some finally suspicioned Egyptian Maxims. I: Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy it diarrhoea, dysentery, and should be tak Lot No. 8.. SccMeridian. d...'. j S.. E.20E., Tallahassee .,
resident and his
i very much decayed and the great weightof ,! a had premises searched An Egyptian papyrus which dates means that it never fails to cure diar- en at the first unnatural looseness of the Any prondr r Ing adversely the above-
fiudisg over sixty hides, bearing every rhoea, dysentery or bowel complaints. bowels. It is equally valuable for children .cnbed lands advised to file their claim.
the contents of the structure causedit back to about 4UCO C. C. has the following
: or objection: aug- before the time
mirk and brand in the community.I It is pleasant to.take and equally value and adults. It always cures.! for .sale. designated
to fall in. Fortunately there was no injunctions: "Calumnies should able for children Sold all dealers. .
and adults. Sold by by
I man and his son are now in jail HE S. CHU3B. REOIiTEJL
one in the building at the time and no cover be repeated. "Guard thy speech all dealers. Sill'S W.AllRE.RJCltlHR..
casualities resulted.-Palatka X ews. awaiting trial.A before all things, for a man's ruin lies A Promoter of Comment. 8.1C-
I I Bronx Park. Bridge: whist spoils conversation,"
St. Louis in bs! tongue. The wise men of the '
man to start
Graceville, Fla. Sept. 2.-Dangling.. proposes a race early learned good sense. I There are CG2 acres of land In Bronx said the woman who doesn't care tor Application for Tax Deed.

from trestle just outside of town this :; "return:: to nature" colony on the Gulf park, New York city. The old snuff cards. Notice here-* ;,>1"11 that M. C. Hull
a II Your complexion as well as temper (t of nlfli-ate
:yoar Ko.
coast. During the pleasant weather the purchaser TaSjlT 134 dated the
morning, were found the bodies of Ed. I' is rendered miserable by a disordered mill of Pierre Lorillard still stands "Only temporarily replied Miss 1"lay of June. 11 D.1t10d. has filed said certif
with shooting. members of the colony are to wear little i iver. By taking Chamberlain's Stomich there. The park has a remarkable Cayenne. "You ought to hear the re- teat in my oflUvf tnd has ninde application for
charged
Christiana tax defd
negro to L-sij in
accordance with law.
I Sheriff All n Bums, and Hattie': if any more clothing than Adam and and Liver Tablets you can improveboth. attraction In the form of a stone that marks It Inspires after the game Said certlfldit'Jml rae.s the lloirlng de-
Deputy Eve in the Garden of Eden. Such a Sold by all dealers. rocks and Is known as the "rocking breaks up."-Washington: Star. '('rib rtproi.Ttytuated In Bradford county
who had been ar I Fliridato-wlt: TOne
Bowman, a negress, colony will certainly make another stone." |
Willing to Be Sued. acre in 'IW' mrof nw"i of sw;{ of sec 3t
before
rested on the charge of being implicatedin I Check a cough or cold in the lungs
tp 6 S, 22 .*
card for tourists. range c.
the crime. The negroes were taken drawing "1 once threatened to sue an old fellow "Yellow complexion, pimples and disfiguring it develops a severe case. BAL- TheMiirl land ?l.ing assessed at the date of

from the local jail last night by a mob I I Pensacola is having first class sidewalks for $10 that he owed a client of I blemishes on the face or body LARD'S:: HOREHOUND SYRUP is an -issuance of mine" can begotten rid of by doctoring the effective remedy for all soreness or congestion Unknown. Unli-w said certificate shall btt
which had little trouble overpowering i I built at nine cents per square foot said a New York lawyp"but .liver, which is torpid. HERBINE is a in the lungs or air passages. thereon redeemed accord warrant and thinks it is such a good bargain thatit the threat did not seem to impress Price and bottle. Sold on the .i: |>
the guards.; Several days ago a powerful liver correctant. It purifies 25c, 50c $1 per by 3TH DAY O} eEPTEIIBER. A. D. 19M.Vitncf .

was sworn out for Christian charging I will build sixty miles of them. him much. the system, stimulates the vital organs Mitchell's Drug Store Starke, Fla. \ *my oliHal sl nature and seal th.'a
watch from 'What good will it do you to sue and puts the body in fine, vigorous con the:!9th day of JuSr. A. D. 1910.
of a
the theft His
him with a The Gainesville Sun offers ::100 for Revenge. SEAL T
. a dition. Price oOc. Sold by Mitchell'sDrag ( ) W. T. WEEKS,
local physician. When Burns, accompanied rattlesnake ten feet long captured within me? he asked. Store, Starke, Fla. He And so your answer is anaL O tk C't C't Bradford Co., FI,..
'1 will the I answered. U W. E. WAINKIOHT, D. C.
Chris. get money, You will not be mine? y
the physician, went to
by ten miles of that city. Rather risky
tian's home to make the arrest, his call offer in a dry county. "Here the fellow came up close tome The Lap of Luxury. She-Never! But pray don't go and Notice c Tax Equalization.Notice .
and said. 'Say. if that's so, sue me "What is meant by the lap of luxury blow your brains out. \
for Christian to come out was greeted Is hereto tfven that the Board of Aldermen ,
i i The Sonthport Lumber Company have for $-O, won't you, and give me the ?" asked the teacher of a small. girl He-It would be an Idle attempt and the x Asses. or of the Town of
from within by as0' e 7 of 8hot ,one bullet -,I other Starke, Florida,\1 1 be in MMsion at the city
$10. pupil.
and another posted notices that on and after the 15th People say if I had any brains I never hall on Monday tember 5, at 7:90 o'clock P-
striking Burns in the bresat i! of September will discontinue '1 gave up hope of collecting that "It's when the cat gets into the pantry should have proposed to you. m., and continue om day to day,for the purpose -
they the
As the physician of hearing cfi ,plaints and receiving testi-
in the arm. soon as I I claim. and laps the cream off the milk,
employing of convicts, and that they require mony as to the vk e of any property, real and
; A Man 01! Iron Nerve.
spread the nows posses were organ was the unexpected reply.-Chicago personal, as fixed r the Tax Assessor of said
Christian but he made I a large number of laborers to replace 6- News. Indomitable will and tremendous energy town, and for pet cting,revising -
ized to capture I Stare
Ing the aaaessnitrb 3f said Town of for e
good his escape. The woman, however, I I them. Here is a good opportunity are never'found where Stomach, the year 1910, bar< aired by: law. y
for laboring men to get a steady jcb Don't Break Down. Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of E. S. :MATTHEWS ,
was placed id jail, suspected of having Pa P. P. C airman Board of Aldermen.
I and good pay.Whether Severe strains on the vital organs, like order. If yon want: these qualities and Attest: r
had a hand in the shooting. Late yes. strains on machinery, cause break. the success they bring, use Dr. King's c. A. FLITCH; erk. I

terday Christian was brought back here he ever gets it or not Wade P. P. P.ill pnrlfy and vitalize your downs. You can't overtax stomach, New Life Pills the matchless regulators ,

from Dothan, Ala., where he was cap. Hadley' colored farmer who lives just blrod whole,create-stem a torn good and appetite strength.and give your liver, kidneys, bowels or nerves without for keen brain and strong body. Notice i ol Final Discharge. l

tured. He and the woman were led beyond Magnolia, has earned the prizeas A prominent railroad superintendent at serious danger to yourself. If you are 25c, at all druggists. six Notice months is hereby after c w irento hereof all I will concerned present that my :f.

from the jail with ropes around their the "boss" cotton raiser of Clay coun Savannah suffering with MalarU Drnepsla weak or rundown or under strain of Inherited. final returns EU .-atorof the estate of William -
and Rheumatism : "After taking kind take Electric Bitters the
says any Undlrhlll.1at of Bradford county, Flor-
necks. JI ty. From two acres of land Wade has P.j'.P.he never felt no well In hu life and matchless tonic medicine. 'Mrs. J. E. They were jollying the man about Ida,deceased,and ply to the County Judge of .-
fe Is as if bn cnuM live forever,if he could his but he '
enormous Bradford
appetite, kept Florida, for
final dU-
While out in the boat Saturday little picked enough cotton to gin a thousand always nit P. P. P." Van de Sand, of Kirkland, Ill., writes: charge. county my( '
I pounds of the fleecy staple. At the If you are tired out from over-work and 'That I did not break down, while enduring "putting away, undisturbed by the W. H. UjnJEBHILL .
. Sarah Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs!, pres- Ckae coufluwueut, tale a most severe strain for three taunts. Finally he said in defense: Exec ;or of the Estate of William '.

E. W. Davis, of this city, at Shell Island ., ent price of long cotton this is worth months, is due wholly to Electric Bit. "Well, you see I take after both my June 17, 1910. 6m. Underhill deceased.
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met with a painful accident. Her hair i'I $200. That is not bad for an ordinary p. p. p. ters." Use them and enjoy health and father and my mother. One ate a long .

became entangled in the fly wheel of the field crop. strength. Satisfaction positively guar while, and the other ate! a great deal." Applicatl: lor Tai Deed.
If you are feeling badly In the spring anteed. 50c, at all druggists. .
engine and her hair was literally torn In and around Fort Myers a larger and uutof soru:,take Not a minute should be lost when a Notice is hereb'given i that David Jones "
purchaser of taxed certificate No. 83, dat-
from her head, besides throwing her acreage will be planted in vegetablesthis P. P. P.Tr Plants and Water. child shows symptoms of croup. Cham the 3d day of: r,A. D. 191 1.has filed said

against the side of the boat. As soon as fall and winter than ever before. A Something similar to Intelligence is berlain's Cough Remedy given as soon certificate *n my i' ce and has made applica-
: tion for tax de >to issue in accordance with .
the the child becomes after ;.
exhibited If during dry as hoarse or even
plants.
Mr. Davis saw the accident he stoppedthe short crop of citrus fruits is causing the your Sgestlre organs need toning up by I. law. Said embraces the following
tce season a bucket of water be placed the croupy cough: appears, will pre- described tn Bradford coun-. ..;....
boat. The wound was a very painful people of that section to give more at. melon vent the attack. Sold by all dealers. ty. Florida certgte
pumpkin or
near a growing \
one, but the little girl bore it like a tention to truck farming. P P. P. the 84! ohe', sec 24,tp 1 s. range 21 e. .
Tine, in the course of a few days The Social Botanist 30 acres. i,

heroine. Medical aid was called in from I Jacksonville is to have a new skyscraper. If roil suffer with headache,Indlxetttoa vine will turn from its course and get Jones-He seems a very nice young Also Tax: CertM te No. 131. dated the 4th I
Crystal River and. now the little one ,I UeUfity and weakness,take at least one of its leaves in the water. man. What's his profession? day of June A. D' W6, embracing the follow
It is to be fifteen
a story buildingand ing described prv( ;fly,situated In Bradford
seems all right, except that she will : Brown-He's a social botanist county,Florida, %4 vit:
have to wait patiently for her hair to j will cost $300,003.: P. P. P. Don'twaste your money buying plasters Jones-And what is that pray? Lot 1 or fractto nwy of nw>< of seo 25.tp'I
when you can get a bottle of Cham 21 e,25 .
range a
.
The wonder is that the child The latest enterprise in Welborn is a Brown-oh, we Invite him especially r
grow. I .? -IMsuffer. xrlth nervous prostration, berlain's Liniment for 25 cents. A pieceof The said lands assessed at the date of the
was not k.i1led.-Ocala Star. broom factory, which is turning out a r.."j' ..;, :..>.'.m4-i., < "'1..1 a general let down flannel dampened with this linimentis to give attention to our wallflowers! issuance of sue ertIfieaes In the name of
product that is said to be equal to that '.l.' 'J .u. t&.t.d superior to any plaster for lame back, Illustrated Bits. be Unknown.redeemed Cn said certtfcatee ehel!
ac 4lng to law,tax deed will
The Pensacola Journal, good authority = in the side and and much }
pains chest, issue thereon on
made in the large manufacturing cen P..P.P. Take HERBINE for all disturbancesin i
on any subject, says Florida growersof cheaper. Sold by all dealers. the bowels. It purifies 'the bowel 19TH D.Y 0 A. D. Istl0.WitnBila .

Sea Island'cotton expect to get a larger ters.With For rlwd ?1)1-')n. Rheurpntlsm, PcrofiiU. Women In Love. channels, promotes regular movements my 0 signature and seal this
C--1: .S..re". rjiilaria, Chr.w: Female the 11 01 ugu.n, A. D. ltlQ.
; price this year for their crop than they a balance of 31188.20 on hand CGmlL:1tale: : "Women in love are generally trou- and-makes you feel bright, vigorous and (SEAL) n. W. T. WEEKS.C't .
The last August 1st, Sumter county's treasurywas cheerful. Price 50c. Sold by Mitchell's .. 0'$ Bradford Co. Fla.4v. .
price year
obtained last year. blesome and persecuting. Such Is the .L WAINBIGB'l'.u.O.C.S .
Store Starke Fla.
Drug ,
was kept up by a shortage in the Egyptian in good condition.One P. P. P.Prickly. reported opinion of M. Emile Faguet.

The along the Nile this And If a French critic does not understand What Else Were They Fort
crop
crop. of the'quickest pieces of work Ash Poke Root Stranger notice that this part of BOARD
the subject, of whom shall
is said to be better but the great
year that we have heard of lately was pulledoff the country seems fairly teeming with
bulk of Sea Island cotton is said to be this morning by Ray Lockhart. He and Pot ssi im. we seek understandIng-London Tel- horses. Air L e Railway.

used in tires for automobiles and these boarded the A. C. L. north ,bound train The best blood purl: rr In the world. egraph. Anne Arundellte-Yesslr. And whenit -

are increasing so rapidly that the priceof this morning with some of his people I... ". LIIM'MAN.; I! Swellings of the flesh caused by inflammation comes to teamin' they ain't nothln' ARRIVAL AND PARTURB NOT. OP TRAINS.Kdet .
7. 1909.
the long staple is likely to increase who were going away. When they ..Snxannnh. .. Goorjfla.sapq cold fractures of the bone, much better t' team with than horses. t .
: toothache rheumatism
Suwan- neuralgia or can American.
several yet.- -BaltlI core
annually for years
reached the Pine street crossing they be relieved by applying BALLARD'S No. 43, southd. 11.01 L m.

nee Democrat.The evidently found that they had left some qJnOJtn aupwAv moj; daaj 0+,, SNOW LINIMENT. It should be well 1'0. 63 : 4.24 p. m.

other day John Cook, of Orlando, thing behind, for he jumped from the mry }nnv paojBidia ?'jJtIJUIOtII ..Jeq101J.ua rubbed in over the part affected. Itsgreat No. 81 U ,I' 11.08 p. m.

got a Christopher Columbus notion in his train, ran back to the station, jumped siaaq sjq.jadcclpnus 0} suq OH" healing and penetrating power II I No. 66, north-bid&I 4.56 p. m.
dn ii unq o* U9J& aura eases the pain, reduces swelling and re- No. 6-1 i 9.12 a. m.
bead, went down to Palm Beach and into his car and started out to beat the .epua8 BB Maqdosj paJlnb stores natural conditions. Price 25c, DAVIS No. SI ul' 5.02 L m.
po ail ina
started up through the Everglades in his train to Winter Park. Did he beat it? 50c and $1 per bottle. Snld by Mitch
-tIJ ..umu 10; ;avst SOOp 3vgM
eq
Buick, exploring. From Jupiter he Well, we gu:S8 yes, such running was .t.tadl1dpuIS JO t33qs Sm 1of.lOJ e.?,J"'p9tI1f81Jxa ell's Drug Store, Starke, Fla. WAi.-i E& Ii alc11.

truck out through the Alapata Flats, never heard of before but when the train Amplitude.The No. 181 leaves irke s.oo a. m.
eq ,,'a21oGD dq OJJM
passing several Indian camps on the road pulled into the Winter Park station Mr. tiresome talker bad elaboratedhis FORLRkNC No. 1M arrive; t 4.20 P. m.Nos .
-asJt1lA. Eq nSaojq Xmroq pa oof 9HXjanoD
to the head of Lake Okeechobee, thenceon Lockhart pulled in also and handed the point at great length.

through the Taylor creek settlement desired article to his people.-Urlando 'saIq33d uuyunypagsB '"There" he said; "that's the argument M and $5 ru be1ween! Jackaou.tne and.
..L UJtnLIJ.\a; ;oa nod OABH. E Cedar Heys N'JS.4 SI, 66 and !W between Jack.eonvIfe
And up through Tante to Basseeger Reporter.A In a nutshell""I and Tam 1ioa.181 tad 1M bet1reea
where he struck the Kissimmee prairie aq) 03 IISJA s.'[aeM. B no tJl+JI see" growled the bored listener; Starke and Wr.nD

followed it forty-five miles up picnic was given at Fort Fannin on o; )noon 1roM. sajqaej LlJet epuII'weyl "In a cocoanut shell."Chkago. Trib J. GRIFFIN, Agent.S. .

trail and the Suwannee river the other day and a uo sqou une. .C. BOYLSTO I A. G. P-1. lacbnYiUe
the Kissimmee Valley Kissim
through \ i
steer-roping contest was advertised as
mee and thence home, all in fourteen
part of the day's amusement. Capt. T. -
hours, over a reasonably passable course J. who is known the '
Lindsay, as cowboy
which consumes eight days of laborious king and is the champion of West Florida IT ISN'T THE START r t S
going with horse and wagon and whichthe ,
was to rope the steers. He went to .: 1 st
as 250 miles.I .
measures
odometer I the corral where a large herd of fierce S S-

O. Frost, one of the leading citizens balls had been penned, turned them out

: ofDania, formerly mayor of the and headed them for the river thinking ITS THE FINISH THAT COUNTS

town and always one of its most enthniaitic they would turn and circle the enclosed ',

boosters, met with a very painful side of the picnic grounds, but the day 4J

accident last Thursday but is congratulating being warm, and the bulls fretted by

himself that it was no 'worse their confinement in the corral, they BLUM'S MONOGRAM SI1tiE0ID tP11S IS STILL A WINNERwe S.

flis son took a revolver from a place plunged over the bluff into the river. .

where it had been resting for a longtime Capt. Lindsay was just in the rear of a i

and undertook to fire it, In order to large bull when the leader went over, WILL: SHIP CXPRCSO PAID :

clean the chambers. The gun refused : and threw his lariat with unerring aim 4 full quarta either bottled In bond or blend.$ 4.00 ,
.I
to work and young Frost carried it to around the big animal's horns. All IB fall quarto, either bottled in bond or 12.00 .

his father for his assistance. Mr. Frost would have been well, but when the :

went to work on it with a will and had Captain stopped his pony he was goingso + 1'k;,

removed all of the shells but one, when fast that the animal skidded on his
BLENDED,GOODS GfL BOTTLED IN BOND BULS WHI82IS3 f
this one suddenly came tearing out of haunches to within three feet of the edgeof encntcso.J :o..r- I <

the barrel of the pistol and never stopped: the bluff and when the boll struck Lewis' 64 Boater Harp Four Row.*tben.. 7.00 7.00 1350Thrier 18.50 1IItXrPAUO# U,... $2.50. tt.OO. bp. M.&. Ms.oo.. ,f,.;';
Echo Sprint Cucade (Ttaae M) Q.-., o-ru iJ o0 per Canflo.CBH "'ti
until it had ploughed its way through i the water the treacherous bank gaTeway WU, B XIU'J'BiUCab' CORN WHISKEY CUrke'i Part Ry .W.CO6wnf $12.00 BULK WHISKEY 4
the other side of his : both horse .rm 12 rai v..e PAlO Brook. 5.00 .. "'" ,.5-
bis knee and out on throwing and rider into Pub OvfcruAnr .,." 12 rmttTnatwet "VI Leo -.

leg,,several Inches below. Luckily the i the river. Capt. Lindsay is an expert of the Above Brand.. ..96.00 4.00 ..112.00Biiun'iMonocrua : -OM Roerre....o-ru..14.00 o.-u 111.CO Guoenhcinw EarirTimc! ... ball 5.00 12.0f 12.CV rr.M. 13.00.3 & per C>Boo. according ,

bullet was small and clean and Mr. Frost swimmer and would not have been in .. . ... 2.7S 12.00 S.OJ slack sad Blae.... ........ SAX 9.00! Mrilwood. . .... -. .. 5.00 I7.O tP
has suffered very little from the wound. any danger if his spurs had not become EheriduClob..& b. ....... .. .. 5.E0 1S.59( Htnrest Corn............. :3.60 10.GO' Blmn'f Sfoaofrmm ....... .. 4.00 J:..OOu On mil o itrt i r $3OT .
( ''L'u.. ... 6.00 16.00 LurlVtU... .... .. 8.50! 10.509.CO MoncriefSprioi 4.00Ckrk's& 11.00ft Over rood! willet bthlpped
Jj Miami Metropolis. entangled and he was carried under with B t.k': Label. .. ... .. .. ... 6.00 18.00 CbakerBaard. ... .:::: ..8.:5 >uMih. ".Inn.''IN' 10.5J in ha i0 gi>t Ittri

jr The Presbyterians of Miami, largely his straggling pony. Two men were in -

through the benefaction of Mr. Flagler, a boat fishing, near by, and went to his PABSTSE RIBBON BEE! ? Bn*>- IOdos.. pica....:...::%.00 -.-.. ,.rireea 4Ww.w. OUSTS.CraXffl EEE2 Pu Berra,101oe.else.; ... ...... ...saso
assistance. His friends were Per lions, p. td IA Boas ... ,_rw-. ...0...PMbcI Bowt. i .t.
valued at a uneasy -
Lave a church and manse P"r.. 0. B. JdJoD"l::., ru.< ?,fete F. O.. B. /efcmfi&. ] f
sum varying from $50,000 to f80,000. I about his condition for quite awhile but &..ONe UIZTANtZ PI lONE ....1 r r

Mr. Flagler he came around all right in an hour oreo
For than ten years

faasgiven more subsidy of 11,000 Tear towards and is in as good shape as erer. They 517-519 West GRAS. 'BLT1\if &1 COMPANY' : soat

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TEilGRAPfi : "i Lawley. -
BRADFORD COUNTY KITE I FLORIDA EDITORS.SCE
f '- < < -. .. Lawtey, Fla., Sept. 8.The sad and AN OBSERVERBy

p PUBUSHED'EVEBT' FRIDAY AT \ .", rr"v:..._._- _\.M' .,. I ,." .............:. untimely death of James EV'Murpby ocnrred -
,; r -t- 4 : at his home last Tuesday night ,

_. l STARKE, 3RADF< RDCOUNTY.FLA, THE LAXIV BEFORE BUYING. it about 10 o'clock. He had been under! MARION L. BAKER. .OLUM 11..1 i OlLEfiE

t The editor of the bemocrat,returneea he influence of intoxicating liquor for I
B.S. MVTTHRWS Publisher, and Propt.
few days ago from a ten days' visit to several days: and List Saturday after- .
Copyright. 1910. by American Press
his old home in Missouri,and whilether. 'toon procured a bottle of medicine for Association. t

I ...-....SUBSCRIPTIONOneYeur ...................-...........fl.COBlrMorthB 'learned: that thousands of,acres of Florida nervousness, as he had! done on several I L ; (COEDjLJCAJKJNAL>} )

: ..,............................... *50 Everglades lands had been sold in the former occasions, and went to his home. CITY FLA' 4 Y WISE TRBBLE. B.
said A..D.
Three'lomns............................... .23: city of St. Louis and Jefferson count. )u Sunday morning some of his neigh- "Something Is wrong there, L1 i' President D.
Miss Eliza her head
PInkerton.
shaking
We, Here surprised to learn that the citizens ors called oithirn to sue how he was ? tion of city ,000..
Entered in the Poitofflce at Starke, Fla., at would "something wrong! Every one hurry N8aW8i Healthiest city in United
Me" state buy and could not Onlyper
of the "Show sod found him asleep thousand deathh zite in
\ last 20
d.nn.l-ela" Matter.! about. Fears Highest
ing
G upon the representations of land agents waken him. Upon investigation it was I o altf deAf any city in Florida. 4lint
w '--- -- Miss PInkerton. aged fifty-five occupied paved streets. College
: without'first seeing the property they "onnd' that instead of taking a small .,pIa rt y worth ',400000Ten fine I
Starke Fla. 9 1910. Hsout
;- Sept. a house from whose rear windows 1 on beautifully adorned
.. were paying their good money for. lose as directed he hadviaken nearly the ancf aid- 33-acre campus. 320.& ', college '
\ she could look the back yard farm fully
out
equipped
-- \ The drainage of the Everglades is in whole contents of the Kittle. The doc- upon adjoining. Academic, Normal CQ'ercial Collate
'' DOWN \WITH IN'DEPEXDENTISM. before antidotekn of the Pleasantons. She spent .the,rest ,'Music Art and
". I its infancy it will be years they ror was summoned and Srery departments as complete as if'frey were institutions
of the day on guard.ybut nothing occurred separate .
.:Jr, ; t are drained-if ever, and even if the wn was given him, but of no avail, Diplomas issued on completion cbttse in each
to suggest a solution of the department.
: Curriculum
It is tin for the state democratic -
executive work of shall ever bp completed remained unconscious until he in each
drainage and he department
as high 4
commotion that Interested in
; so deeply any the land. Board ?
committee the
: ,. and democratcpress am
; there will be large areas of the land\ diedThe: deceased,was-,about 44 yearsof her. But that night as she was closing tuition very reasonable. Students p jlow as ash: grade

t : of the tate td bestir themselves in absolutely worthless. Acre after acre age and was born"and roared in Char- the blinds before getting into bed Positions secured for all competent tl admitted.
j ; If the interest of the democratic In al worthy students who want r
a .,t. i party. of laud or water, miles from the drainage lotte, N. 0:, where he has several relatives she saw forms moving about near the them. j

. : .... three counties namely, Hamilton, Mon- canals, that may be of but little val- some of whom are expected here fence that divided the two properties. :For terms address ,

'' ro9 and Palm Beach, the party nominees uej is being sold, we are informed, at today. The funeral services were held Slipping on a wrapper and her shoes, :

'f, : for the legislature lave opposition. prices ranging from $:)0 to$200 per acre, today. He had been a resident here for she went down stairs, out the back WILL J. O'CONNOR, Business Manager.

t.r' I From whence this independent movement and it could not.be sold to a resident of about three years. >- door and stole along till she was near l O .11.oShipment __
there is at hand definite enough to see what was going .uw
j springs no for on.
all speculative of the Law
the state, at except The fall and winter term I""
l but what is What was her surprise aud horror '
information, no matter its JJ.
purposes In'fact, a native Floridian! I tey High School will commence next, -
. it should be There'Jk to see Evelyn Fleasanton standing;
squelched. !
source i1
would not accept as a gift a deed to the Monday with a full corps of teachers.L. beside old manservant
an family who
are indications that the conflict of opin if he had to live on it. visitor to Jackson- 1':
property H. Hill was a was digging n bole In the ground.

', tif.. ion about the proposed prohibition The signs are not wanting that land ville last Monday. When it was completed the servant of Matnushek

:"l amendment to the constitution is at the I sharks are seeking by deliberate misrep Col. A. V. Long, of Starke, was a visitor went Into the house returning with a I i Pianos Just Arrived

, i t' bottom of this wave of independedtism; resentation to work off large bodies of to Lawtey one day last week.A. box Just long enough and the proper I, 'ri .

) and the Telegraph begs here and now to. so-called reclaimed land, much of it M. Blanchard is transacting busi- shape to bold the body of an infant. -

.j'l caution members of the party on both worthless, upon uninformed people at ness in Jacksonville today. The servant placed the box in the bole The New Line at the Establishment of F. O. Miller Is ;

\ sides of the amendment proposition that the North and West, and as investors Mrs. A. Lowery and Mrs. Roscoe while something white held before !

r .h there will be need for an organized, and thus bitten are sure to make a row, the Strickland were shopping in Starke Evelyn's ejws Indicated that she was Attracting Muclf. Attention.

l I. 1 t vigorous white man's party in Florida result will be that desirable Florida Tuesday.Dr. weeping. Then the servant filled the ,
contention has been grave and replaced the sod evidently to ,, 1c-
_I after the present lands seeking a market will be blacklisted Turner have been
G.
t and Mrs. U.
conceal F. O. Miller 419
the and West
spot, the two entered Bay Street a o.
the other and
settled forgot-
;::1 t one way or ; many who would otherwise invest spending several days at Kingsley lake. "
the house. Miss Pinkerton returnedto Jacksonville has
his floor
now on full
a Miller
),: ton. We cannot be assured of this if and all is doing a good business
will be scared away, legitimateland Miss Emma Pearce spent several days her swollen '
room with the Impor- line of Mathnshek ij\
pianos, from the wi the '
; allow whatever to carry }) Mathushek piano and
we question it ia be-
: i any enterprises in the state will suffer. in Jacksonville last week. tance of the secret she had discoveredand No. : '
II
style at
aid and $350, up to the Play r lid that there will
; the of giving '
it ; us to point comfort There will be some good Evergladesland Mrs. G W. Brown and daughter, went to bed but not to sleep. and Grand 'a- -
at $750. There
f : to those who would place themselves reclaimed by drainage, but the poor :Miss Lonie-Bell, returned home last "Reginald should know this." she five of these are twentYB: sold this year than any other pi.

r : tip in opposition to the nominees of the mm who buys a body of this land on Thursday from North Carolina, where said to herself. "lie must know it. It floor and this, and stock other pianos, on his anilon; the market. This piano is espa.d4by .

i F party or suffer ourselves to even condone the installment plan will hardly get that they have been spending several weeks Is my duty to tell him. I have no tight ment, from which furnishes an asaorf- adapted to the Florida climate. '

i such opposition kind. A city on paper, near the centerof visiting relatives and friends. to permit a young man to marry a instrument anyone can be please is or-

J t : So far as tho influence of the Telegraph the Everglades, is also being workedon O. L. Thomas and family spent sev girl in ignorance of her true character. Some of these i anywhere thanat

\ '" reaches it shall be exerted for the the unsuspecting, so it is reported, eral days this week with relatives and ." rare bargain prices, and on his easy in,Bie store of F. O. Miller, and with his ,
The next morning she sent an anony- payment plan there is no reason why; system of cut .
: democratic nominees, no matter what prices and
,? : and it is said that large numbers of friends in Nassau county. easy payments
: mous note to Reginald Clemens home should an4)ne .
i : giving every not be supplied with
the occasion of the independent movement :; can save
:: ( worthless lots are being sold at from f 50 I Miss Enza Blanchard left last Thursday I him a detailed account of what she money, trading there.;

h P : .. against them. If the whiskey people to |330. for Jacksonville and Pablo Beach, had seen the night before. *H *

t.3 :a encourage independent candidates Why people will buy property in Florida where she will remain several weeks. Now so well known were the prying John B. 1
.. into the field we are against them and if Stetson University
I or anywhere else without first IWV S' Bert Padgett, of Wildwood, was visiting instincts of Miss PInkerton that her _

[,: overzealous and radical prohibitionists, tigating is more than we can understand. his parents here last week. house was commonly called the ob- LINCOLN HULLED Ph. D.. Lit! D.. ".. D.. resident ,

.,'h, i if there be such, inspire their candidacy There are millions of acres of good land Miss Ada Nimmo was a visitor to servatory. At first blush on perusingthe THE BEST SCHOOL IS NONE I OR YOUR CHILDREN

i \ve are still against them, and note. Reginald's heart stood still. mocooD
in Florida! for sale that is high and dry, Lawtey last Wednesday. SEND THEM TO TETSON :

I ': for the party nominees. and the price asked for it is very reason- Then remembering that the "observa- 49 Professors and Instructors College of Liberal Arts

y"i ; We think the prohibition amendment able. Property in Florida is advancingin Rallord.Rev. tory" overlooked the back yard of his 17 University Buildings College of Law '

is a matter that can be settled without price every day, and laud purchases Jones, evangelist, will commence fiancee's borne It suddenly occurredto 28 Acre Campus College of Technology
1 him that Miss PInkerton bad been 581 Students Last Year of
disrupting the party organization that College Business
made almost anywhere in this state out. Ii protracted meeting at the Baptist
the observer and writer of the note. $250,000.00 Endowment Preparatory Academy
redeemed us from the hideous spenes oft side the Everglades are, in our opinion, church here next Sunday. Everybodyis 15,000 Volumes In Library
The same evening he laid It before Normal and Model Schools /
t reconstruction and that has given us, for :good: and safe investments; but our ad- cordially invited. Evejyn. As soon as her indignationhad I $10,000.00 Pipe Organ School of Mechanic Arts
the most part, at least, a clean and economical 10 Large Laboratories for Science School
: vice to all prospective purchasers is to T. B. Handley hasjpurchased a lot and subsided she and her lover aftera of Music
i! and progressive administration Unsurpassed General Equipment School of Fine Arts
come to Florida! and see the land before will soon erect a dwelling upon it. prolonged consultation, settled on a
Separate dormitories for young men and roans women i :artful administration tad thorough .
of our state government. siperrif loo.
; buying. We all thought it was hot enough, but plan of action. Christian and not sectarian teaching;. For catalogs or views, f|> information or for room reumtioas. address
t Down with independentism. Let the We believe there is land in Florida! Messrs. J. H. Jones and J. Ritch have The next: day Reginald called on Miss JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSI DeLAND. FLORIDA.

i good old party of our daddies live on in hat will produce crops of a greater mon made it considerably hotter by purchasing PInkerton, secured a confession from

the glory of its strength and integrity to ey value per acre than will the lands of 350 pounds of black pepper.G. her that she had written the note and n ,

;: shelter UK from the evils that might follow any other state in theUnion: but, like C. Sapp has erected a nice livery expressed himself profoundly gratefulfor Always Aniw.rd. J,:' --
: in the wake of a divided house: the Information It contained.One Children often are highly logical, as a mental stimulus Is a tailnre
:, j all the other states, we have some waste tableand will be ready for business ink '
.1 morning Miss Pinkerton received though not quite in the adult manner. ti In the drone the brain Is notlarger

r \t As a means of rendering the prohibi ,, lands, and these lands are sometimes k few days. a note from Evelyn Pleasanton They attain conclusions by those prow than in the worker, but the optic -

placed on the market and sold in the Cotton is coming in very slowly, for esses of reason" \ ) are large -
to
"pure corresponding
i iioa amendment unpopular the Jasper: stating that she bad a confession to I which being pe8

t. ; mews is waging warfare on the Anti- West and North at very high prices, the reason that there is very little make, trusting to the kindliness of quite unbiased by the opinions of the'[ape eyes.' .

'1 ; :- aioon League. It refers to the officers while good wild lands can,be purchasedfor around this section.J. Miss Pinkerton's disposition. her honesty others sometimes result in starting \: I

: of the League, now resident of'Florida, from f3 to f 15 per acre, and improved J. Farrelly has accepted a position as of purpose and asked permissionto truths. 1 II Didn't Wait th. Attack.

't\. ; .as.interlopers sent here for no good purpose farms for from $10 to $35 per acre. salesman with W. O. Whitten & Co. intrust. a secret of importance to her Almost everybody for Instance has d Boulogne during a royal reception
Florida is the best state in the Union W. I. Roberts made heard of the little lad who.listening to $ ears
i but rather to gain control of the a business trip to care. Would Miss PInkerton kindly som i { ago a number of English
: : but the wild-cat land schemes now be- Lake Butler last Friday. meet her the next night at 11 o'clockat the questions of an Irreligious friend ot; ladlls, in their anxiety t6 see every-

,!t'. t i'; t politics of the state. Developments that up ing worked will do the state no good, Messrs. A. D. Andrews and T. B. the fence dividing the two place the family as to what would happen thlrJ ; pressed with such force against
indicate this is
; t.to-idate to
seem a
supposing that one good Christian fsbldlers "
..1 j .' and when the'reaction'which is sure to Handley made Business trip to Starke If MissPinkerton was pleased at I the! who were keening the---
; ifigment of the Jasper editor's fevered should pray for an east and anotherfor line
,4 I come, sets in, it will do us harm.LiveOak last week. her discovery she was beside herself |tjiat the soldiers were forced togi
imagination. The League people appear a west wind at sen. Innocently an-
with delight at the prospect of receiving way and generally were as po-
Democrat.
W. M. Whitten
I ,. ;, to be devoting- themselves! wholly to the left for Jacksonvillelast a confession and being made the swered that of course there'd be an: lift en say, "hindered In the ezeca-
work hand-the organizing and Monday, where he will spend a few awful tempest but not every vne, has "
j in en- THE END IS XOT YET. repository of a secret. The hours lion f their duty. The officer In

: ', thnsing of the prohibition forces 6f\the The"- end of the world was to come at days on business.R. dragged heavily until evening came heard of the equally pertinent and cogs nd observing the state of af-

t J state-but suppose they should take a midnight the thirty-first of August, ac- B. Roberts made a business trip to and heavier still till the clock struck naive solution recently offered by a fat' :called out: "One roll of the

I A t i.Jiaadiin politics. The Jasper editor him- cording to the predictions of Elder Raw- Starke last Tuesday.Mr. the hour for the meeting. Then Miss thoughtful youngster for the ever per- d' 4 If they don't stand back kiss

l self says that they have enrolled in their son'of the Holy Rollers, and he bade the and Mrs. J. C. Byrd spent a dayon Pinkerton passed through her back swered plexing?"problem of "Are prayers an- the fall!" After the first sound of

I organization the best people of the state. business in Lake Butler last week. yard and stood waiting beside the the!; rum the ladles took to flight.
.f world a solemn farewell. Elder Rawson The child was talking with another,
Rev. L. A. Digby filled his appointment fence. "1 they had been French." said a
I Which of the two is best calculated to
i said that the world had rounded out its who asked the vexed and puzzling
administer at Lake Butler and returned Mon- Presently a rear door In the Pleas Pa fn Journal "they would have
{ :: the affairs of the state the six-thousandth and he had a hunch question, explaining at the same time. .
year and Evelyn
anton home accompanied
He is opened, remdJJ Bed to a woman.1' '
day. his home
i making here and
i Anti-Saloon League, with its membership that it was about all off. The world, in by the servant who had that he didn't believe that prayers :

: of moral, upright and God-fearing fact, was just as old as it should be. likes his location very well. He is pas- dug the grave, carrying a spade, came were answered because he never got .I '
tor of the Christian church U) A Tale of Heroism.
I and preaches anything he asked for.
men and women, or the whiskey element
But there was nothing doing in the toward the waiting woman. Seeing "
way "
third and fourth "You don't ,arbnt for a bath yesterday gold
every Sunday. for the
with its of moral derelicts pray right things
,. ; following of an all-consuming fire, which the El- Miss Pinkerton leaning on the fence.
The J. H. Jones Mercantile Co. answered little Mr. Wiseman. "Of an >Aii,erp:1t.III bad been In the wa- I
I. : ? der Rawson provided for in his forecast, are Evelyn said to her: I I alone time when I suddenly
taking stock this week course all prayers are answered, but terJ' per-
to
dear Miss
preparatory to thank
: "I have you.
and the of elan| i
l again dupes religions super- enormous shark advancing
: In explaining its position on the pro- receiving their fall and winter supplies.Mrs. Pinkerton for consenting to share sometimes the answer is 'Yes' and towh *
stition have been given another chanceto sometimes it's ifft i me with Its Jaws open What
: -bibition amendment the Tampa Times J. H. Ritch is now recovering with me the burden of my secret. I 'Ko.Chicago Record-
do? When be
was
gasp their relief and take a sane view Herald. iF to was a yard off
: it .makes it clear that it does not believe in from her sickness. All her friends are have considered that the matter is of I d! v d. took out my pocketknife and
of The Elder Rawsons
things. of the glad to see her out again. its
"j. .state-wide prohibition, but declares its sufficient importance to warrant rtptie tip the monster."
world should be herded in the pound Mrs. A. D. Andrews has ill Leaving Man Helpless."That .
been for placed in the keeping of several a
il.. j!. .fealty-to the cause of temperance and the being :':ftlat! Then you are in the habit
and surrounded past few days but is statement made "
by an all-consuming de- recovering other persons. They are coming now." me think I of) baling with
That is all of are your clothes on.said
i i ji sobriety. any us mand that they work out their own sal nicely. From the rear door came Reginald said veteran rcspaper man to the !ot rte listeners.
one From
the French.i .
i 1111' for but differ to the '
we as
I 'working Cincinnati Times-Star "of the cele-
vation and permit others to do the same. His Clemens carrying a lantern. lIe was : '
Awed Listeners.An i
1 ,means of reaching the end. Many believe -Miami Metropolis. followed by the Rov. Mr. Stark- brated row between ,President Cleve -
; I that the home the pulpit and the English scientist was In the habit land's i *, PtrpUxingVT&ntbria
j\ of weather, Dr. Arnold and their wives. colored man and Secretary .'
taking hunting trips in the north of
it a'r! press furnish the best means of inculcating HAMILTON'S INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE Scotland. Here, when I I As the party approached the servant: Hoke Smith's colored man. The two : (his first experience assent
night came upon ]
:I habits of temperance, and these are Hamilton county's independent can- them and he and his guides were sitting began opening the little grave which were exercising their masters' horses ., i solas over his tnstructlOIlS-U

;it! I : undoubtedly potent factors, but it; does didate for the legislature comes oat around their camp, he would be- bad been made a few nights before. out on a country road and got Into a J W any iqjgoes pie comes there along" I say: "Halt
While he the stood In dispute to what Is the best in' ? Then he says.
dug as
not seem the part of good judgment to come party thing I
ill : squarely in opposition to the prohibition very communicative on scientific -Frferld." and I
i { set up the saloon, with its allurements, amendment and announces that he is marvels, even narrating to hIs seem- silence. Having exhumed the box be the world. Finally they made a bet all' !ftelL" But say "Pass friend;
I .i. some silly ass'!!
produced a screwdriver for the of dollar It. say."Enetfy. .
running against John High, of pur- a on .
one the ingly awed
r An. constant and active opposition to listeners things that he .
; ;::1 .1 '' ,these influences. Generally when men, regular nominees, who is known to never confided to his colleagues at pose of opening It. Miss Pinkerton, unable "Well what is de bes thing in the and then I shan't know
1 favor prohibition. The other nominee, home. to restrain her curiosity pushed world? asked Cleveland's man. wbatto do. Rotten Job; I call It.-
:. I .set out to accomplish a great work for P1 1" .
Mr. Jennings, is said to be also a local One forward, bent over the box and when 'Boas'' possum and sweet taters.*
.!I t I ; the community they try to remove obstacles optiomst, so it would seem that the independent night the distinguished Englishman the lid was removed was peering In- said Hoke Smith's moke. -" I, ,
paused in his talk and turning to It
1.1r in the way of accomplishment candidacy of Cribbs is inspired, into It. .
tently Evelyn stepped forward 'WhoaT Indignant.iE
e at least, by the local optionist or "whis- one of his guides, asked curiously: says Cleveland's man. ;!
:' in order that a clear track may be had. and. removing a cloth the yor of a small town bad come
uncovered
; key" end of the party in Hamilton. "Sandy, what Is it that you and your dragging at the bridle. He jumped to .
: : This is what prohibitionists are tryingto Democrats will stick to the nominee of companions keep taking out of your body of-a poodle.At the ground. seized Hoke Smith's man to g to see the fair. A stranger

..1 I do. They want the saloon banishedin the primary.-Madison Enterp1' 8e-Re- pockets and eating while I'm telling the same moment Reginald by the leg and dragged him to the w .. lost his way asked him. -

it in order that the,influence of the home, corder. you these things V raised the lantern so that its light dust. MItr! good honest man what is the

the pulpit and the press may not be destroyed USE ONLY BEST SEEDS. "8all:." replied Sandy calmly, "a grain shone upon not only the dead dog, but u Take that.* says he lamming him na n, f this street?"

if: by its blandishments. at a tlme.TJpplncott's.Differences the face of Miss Pinkerton. Her expression on the neck. 'you miserable black ras- I i not a good honest man." said
Agricultural
experiments conducted was a study. It Is said that cal! You ain't leave me nuffln th* wrmer. ; '"1 am the mayor of Mar-
by state schools have resulted in the dis- to .
sold; In Woods.
,1 J. B. Home has the Mayo Free that there are different to a drowning person the events of a guess at" bu"
i covery strains in
Timber Is classed as hard
-4 j L Press to Thos. J. Weaver, Leslie E. Bryan corn and wheat the same as in fowls or soft, whole lifetime come up at once. Miss ,..:'
: and Lamar G. Garter. Mr. Weaver and animals. By careful selection with and the main point of difference be- Pinkerton saw at least the lesson of a Distinction 1

:; ; .:. will edit and manage the paper, and the the best individual ears of corn and headsof tween the trees that produce these lifetime. For years she had been pry- Brain of the B... 1 if No Diffirtnc

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'.; that he has the ability to make the Free been found that the yield from the same has "needle leaves," slim, narrow and check. In this episode she received Jonescu gives the results of his studies dap Fierr

.'1' j Press what a county paper should be. number of planted grains may be nearly almost uniform In breadth, while the sufficient punishment to cover every of the brain of the bee. As might be l no object of charity; I wouldn't
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.I J! .- doubled over the yield of the grain hard wood trees have broad leaves of meddlesome act since she was a girl. expected from Its wonderful Instincts actej|> ,;pour money in any other w&7.lie ."

: The= democratic nominees in Palm I when the testing began. People can various shapes. Again some soft "Are satisfied?" asked this Is found to be very complex. The ,IYor Press.

I Beach county are to have opposition, a breed up their grain and potatoes the wood trees carry cones, such trees being you Reginald, various divisions of the brain described II;
whose'Indignation are -
ticket having been been kept under
and
i' full independent put same as poultry pigs. Breed only
1: L in the field. We are against the independents the best, no matter what you are raising. termed conifers. Resin, too is ., restraint and whose tone was now in detail but perhaps the most ti: Superfluous.ingstone .
; and hope the nominees will -Tampa Times. more characteristic of soft than of cold and cutting. Interesting part Is the comparison of l of Nomoss=Wot does "fa- .

'give lUcia the flogging of their lives. hard wood. To the class of soft woods Miss Pinkerton without a word the brains of queens, workers and pet mean? Tatterdon Torn-A
i. SHOULD BE NIPPED IN THE BUD. belong the pines, spruces and firs and drones. The worker has bash
turned and went to her own room a larger brain ; an' a cake of soap--PhDa-
Jat for the sake of having history AU democrats heartily agree with the the most Common examples of these while the others left the servant to than the queen and as the difference deFp f": .

a.,; faithfully recorded we bejr to remind Bradford county Telegraph in the hope are yellow pine white fir, pitch pine rebury the dog. between queen and worker Is the result

r' :' It l the Pens receive 3ola Journal a majority that,Mr.of the Broward Totes that the independent movement in Ham- and hard spruce or red fir. In the commoner That was tote last observation made of diet during the grub stage it : Q '. bu;:the man who doesn't need
i. did i.ot woods
\ the ilton county will be nipped in the bud. -are oak, beech mahog appears that the food which develops i the]
Second fet flpinater tie
I; i cast in the counties comprising any. ash. walnut by. from.either her bade one woo can moat casHy.
plane
elm
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-::. 1"4$4t H.:. C. T."U. DEPARTMENT.-iu1t-ttUSp4U1&Up. .1 I -------zw-J.r- Notice of Election. r'"1839 1909--:;' I ,' -. vA Very4 Cough.


... Pnrice Poisoner
;:.. Edited. bj Htm. D. K. Knight. i rGLOom'l I.DESPONDENT I. WHEREAS the Legislature of 1900 under the 1 1i -
N\ f11&4S$43Iialt. Constitution of 18S5. of the State of Florida,did Pejuna Stopped It
pass three joint resolutions proposing amendment ?01inkt\\ey I
(Tor the sake of argument let us grant :* to tue Constitution oBhe-Sate of Florid -
*and the mime were agreed to by a vote of i J :8, FREDERICK EINGHAM.
that the voting of saloons out of a town thrt-e-ttf of all the members elected to eachhon.o i (rEnT DAVIS") I
or county Injures business. (Notice ... entered upon their respective journal, : I Has cured more cases of sickness d t p111a.

that we say for the sake of argument, ,, wi!threat and nays thereon and they did determine : than any other medicine. It's the i j Copyright. 1310. by American Press
",INKINa or THE and direct that the said joint resolutions Association.
p for yon could never convince us that a be submitted, to the electors of the Stateat best remedy for .. '
[SUIC'DE TUNY the gent-ral I election in :November, 1910. -
drink that destroys manhood, intellect : : : It -
Cramps.
Now, then fore I,H.Claj Crawford Secretary i : -. ,
;. and energy could ever be a basinets as- 7 of State fur thu State: of Florida, do hereby give Colic. I There was a time In Italy when the .-: : :::.g ..:- :: /
notici'
: set to any one or anything except the k.. \ aIiENERAL ELECTION ,- Diarrhoea. etc. I I Italians got rid of those who stood in "

: deviL) Then you cannot help but ad- ,,' J| A household remedy. their way; by means ot poison.
\\ill be hiId in each (count in Florida on Tuesday "
mit that with the present convenienceof next anccPwUiij::the nr--t Monday in Xor- ? I At that time Italy was divided up
D. 1010. th -said being the .
l.'IDLer, A. Tuesday
_
travel and communication that the"dry" 0 into a number of petty principalities : : !
Eighth Day of November
towns and counties around Jacksonville and dukedoms. These former rulers
.for.the ratification ur rejection of the said
contribute largely to the sup- .. joiiit'reaolutioiM l.ro:><>,.ing the amendments to Noiice of Election are still called princes and dukes, but ''kJcI
J? the Constitution of the State of Florida viz:
port of its saloons, and that in so doing 11 SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an l their power has teen merged in the

: you are taking the money out of the amendment Article. XIX of te"- Constitution To the herjnf Bradford County of the Stateof king. There was formerly a grand
of the State of Florida relating to the Florida: : : I
L "dry" towns and counties that you may. manufacture and sale, or other disposal. of Be it known that I.>B. Clay Crawford, Secretary duke of one of these little territories

add to the business of Jacksonville. .intoxicating: Itqnor tht and beverages.B of the State of of State for the state of Florida,do hereby whose power was absolute and who
i it r.'o1wedhy Legislature
'For instance, say Bradford county Florida: give notice that aGENERAL used it simply to gratify this poison 'k

That Arti'-li- XIX of the Constitution of the ELECTION ..
ks
passion which pervaded Italy at that I -- J ------
: spends 3,000 per year for liquors in the State nfHorida: be, and the saiuu is hereby, ------ >
be
will held in Bradford county, State of Flor-
4 0
time. He had feast of
at
am. uded us to itadas follotvs: a way a -4 \4 % X
city of Jacksovville, are ve not then Idaon TUt'> Arrii !I., XIX. Section: 1. The manufacture, in November, A. D. 1910, the said Tuesday honoring a guest in this wise: lie .... w
that amount of the various businesses -< -
taking nnd sal-, barter orexchanRe of all intoxicating being the --- -
would send bis glass to the guest with r
: of our connty and contributing it lIPiDFORGET liquors and beveragi-s, whether spirituous EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER. OAUOHTE fOF; URS. j. M. BROWN. '
vinuuMir malt, anhereby forever prohibited his compliments proposing to change
to Jacksonville, or in other words, is not in the State of Florida, exci\>t alcohol for med For Representative from the 2d Congressional Mrs. J.r.: .Brown,: Dunn egan, Mo.,
icalwieMtilic or mechanical purposes, andluc District of Florida In the s1xty. t.'Cond Congress glasses with him. The guest who accepted "
the "wet" in Bradford IT sale of of the United States. writes: little daughter, three
voter county, for sacramental pnrpo.the: the honor would then rise, bow ""
; w hli-h alcuhol and wine for the purposes afore For two Justices of the Supreme Court of the years old,w; troubled with a very bad
who votes against the nineteenth amendment said. shull regulated by law. State of Florida. and drink from the duke's glass. The attack .
whic$ rmalned after an -
to our constitution next November N.< .3. Th. Legislature ,hall enact suitable For two Members of the House of Representatives wine in it would be poisoned and the cough
law> for enforcement of the provisions of of the State of Florida. of catauha!" ver, which was a great
voting against his interest and the SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR this article.tUc For two Railroad Commissioners of the Stateof last the guest would ever drink. dealworse4bt j : ,

interest of his when he votes to Stirs th. LIver t* Kcatthy Aotlon :; a. Thiarticle shall go into eflect on the For Florida. The duke's domain took in a principality -
county, ... fln-t day of .Tuly, A. D. Wl.' county: Assessor of Taxes. "She woul1wake: up out of her sleep
continue taking $5,000 per annum out of .net- For Tax Collector. adjoining on the south the duke Mad cough I feared she could not ;
For .
Treasurer.For
MAKES UFE WORTH LIVINC. A JOINT RESOLUTION: proposing amendments five County Commissioners.For having poisoned all the members of stand it. : :
our funds and giving them to Jacksonville Article V of the Con-.titntion of the County !
in order that Jacksonville may State to of Florida. relative to the Judiciary Public three Instruction.Members of the County Board of the reigning family-save one princessand "Nothing'Il we gave her seemed to

dt-partml'nt. For Justice of the Peace In and for the following then appropriated their domin do bet any I then concluded to ;
maintain her saloons in first-class the of the State of
con- Be it resolved by Legislature justice districts viz: lOn This crincess he brought to his, send for '. book entitled
-
dition? 1' u That Florida the: following amendments to Article _V 1 i No..2.No. 3.. capital and desired! to" marry-her-that I The Ills offilfe,* which; I promptly; :

With the telephone, telegraph and of the Constitution of the State Florida, relative -. I No. 4. unite the countries xeceiyed."Istthes4tlmecomnmencedgl'ving.
Interesting Facts to Smokers. to the Judiciary department, to be numbered No... he might two under -
railroad lines traversing Bradford county St''UOI1010 and 41 of said Article V. be : No.8.For ,a common dynasty. She was unwilling I .
. Do you know that In Cuba, to test and the same are hereby agreed to and shall Constable in and for the following her Peruna.M he has taken bottle
as' they do, and the convenience and submitted to the electors of the state at the justice and through motives of policy one
Havana tobacco the leaf is rolled into districts viz -
a ,
:
.
of travel what is injuring the general election to be held on the first Tuesday No.2.No.3.. be preferred to wait rather than force in all, tbronwh1ch she baa obtained
cheapness i
cigar and lighted to get the taste, then after the first Monday November, A. D. 1910, .
business of this county more than its the light it permitted to go out and the for ratification or rejection to-wit: No. 4. her into the proposed marriage. M complete e.

close proximity to Jacksonville? It hat cigar is again lighted, and if the taste it Sec. 39. From the and Criminal after the Court adoption of Record of these in No.9.In .One night while the grand 'duke was "She al o i Iloe her birth was troubled ,
amendments
l rank and bitter the tobacco is graded as and for Escambia county shall be known as the Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto set sitting at a table on a raised dais, a with indigo on, but since she baa

gotten to where if a man wants a drink inferior quality. Palm Smokers are always Court of Record in and for aid county and,in (SEAL) my of the hand State and of affixed Florida the, at -great Tallahassee seal- number of guests seated at tables be- taken Pernn j the can....eat almost any -

: or jtfg of whiskey, or both, and want! sweet after relighting. court addition, and to the their Judge present thereof jurisdiction, shall, the have said, in the capital, this 29th day of neath him. the door opened and a 1 kind of food ij ithout any bad result \ I

to trade to the'extent of $10 or $ 01 Do know that concurrent with the circuit August, A. D. 1910. "She is noa well and happy aa ;
4 ((5 you you; cannot get fin Kscarnbia county, : H. CLAY CRAWFORD, stranger walked in, unannounced and : any .

I more, why he will take his little sum oi: er Havana tobacco in any cigar at any same court of original said county Jurisdiction and the Judge of all thereof other case,the! Secretary of State. uninvited. There was a vacant chair : little girl catti be. When our friends ,

price than that which is in Palm Smoker To J. N. LANOFORD, how weshe looks I tell them .
I money and run down to Jacksonville a and matters and the same power and authority beside the princess. and after deferentially I say ,
? t.o1iosue aU writs Ithe circuit court of said Sheriff Bradford county. ,
\ Pernusd1dItl
. and get his drink and jag and then, il county and the Judge thereof, excepting cap asking her permission be accepted ,
Do yon know that Palm Smokers are and "I shall al's! be a friend of Peruna .t tas
ital and the to summon em- ,
power
cases ,
he has not become intoxicated, he will Masters' Sale. it and at once entered upon an animated _
c made by Cuban hand workmen? Every empanel a grand jury. I I consider the best aedJcJae for ,.- .
: take the balance bf his money and buy cigar will burn even and draw free-not The same rules of procedure and practice conversation with her. '' j
Notice is that ctJuZIJ..D4 l&lgetttoa we have ever
and of trial by judgus ad litem andre- hereby given under and by
1 such other things as the needs of himself like cigars that are made in molds. f free rights* which obtain in h circuit court shall virtue of a final decree of foreclosure made and The grand duke looked on astonished tried, and wilf ecommend it to any one 1 j

and family demand and return Do you know that Palm Smokers cost obtain in said court of record. The Governor entered August 29, 1910, by the Judge of the and mad with jealousy. While similarly ."
i: his discretion, order any one of the circuit Circuit Court of the 8th Judicial Circuit of
.
home, and at the loss of whom except dealers more than any other oc cigar? mayin judges of the State to hold one or more Florida, in and for Bradford county in chan- he was homely and misshapen, the YJTRS. LYlftA 1. SPOONER, SantaLVLMon1caLwritegthattheyare
tq That is because they are worth a great terms or parts of terms of said court of record. cery sitting favor of Adeline Silvey, W. A. stranger was astonishingly handsome.He .
his local merchant and banker, and oi Sec. 40. Th.Supreme Court of the State shall Spear A. C. HcHall. P. K. Rambo and W.T.
: deal more. ol McCullough, business under the paid no more attention to the host without in the home
have appellate jurisdiction in all causes partners doing I never ruM ,tba&4
; course all other lines of, business suffei Do you know that the wrapper and i which jurisdiction is granted to said court ol: I firm name and style of John Silvey & Co.,complainants than if he had'not been present. The : they find it te meat family remedy '. !
in his local town. And record. Appeals and writs: of error shall be and against N. D. Wainwright,as
in proportion filler of Palm Smoker from the I
t a comes prosecuted from the said court of record to the. administrator of the estate of H. M. Scarbor- duke turned to one of his attendants they have eve* used.
: what was the chief article that carried famous Yuelta Abajo district of Cuba Supreme Court in accordance with the laws I ough,deceased, Liska L. Scarborough, Josephine and ordered a glass of wine. The attendant I I .1
and that the same grade of tobacco if and rules governing such proceedings from the Scarborough, Janett Scarborough and :
hI him to Jacksonville to do his shopping? used in the finest brands of cigars circuit court to the Supreme Court. Hardy:M. Scarborough, defendants,the undersigned who was the official poIsoner. '.
of he could have imported Sec 41. All the provisions of the Constitution will offer for sale before the court house .
: Whiskey, course, for ? went out and .in a few moments returned i
and all laws enacted in consonance there door in Starke, Florida, between the legal
! bought all the other articles at home. Do you know that if you have not with pertaining to the said Criminal court the ol hours of sale on Monday, with a glass of wine on a One LUar's Worth ofAIIEIS if
the officers thereof including 3 1910
record and ,
: If the legalized sale of whiskey was pro smoked a Palm Smoker, that you have of the appointment or election and the OCTOBER salver. f

.1 hibited the state over, it would remove not smoked the best? terms manner of office and compensation of said officers following to the highest described and lands best,bidder situated for In Bradford cash tho "Take It to the stranger" said the

Do know that Palm Smoker has shall apply with like effect to the said county Florida. to-wit: duke "with my compliments, and say 4 45
the great incentive for so many of our you a court of record and the officers thereof,except $ ROACH
All of block two,consisting of ten lots also
7 men running down to Jacksonville every II that smooth, rich taste that is so much as provided by these amendments.criminal court The of record present lots two three, six and seven in block eleven, that I would pledge him with an exchange -
: sought in high grade Havana cigais? officers of said also lots one, two, three, four five and six in of glasses." ,
to do their shopping, and then hall be the officers of said court of record and i
few days block twelve, according to the map or plat of
Do you know that substitutes may discharge the duties and receive the emolu The glass. with the message. was .
Lincoln the
City as same on the pub-
appears
they could not buy their liquors any look the same as Palm Smokers, but ments of their n-spective offices of office.until the Th expiration lic records of Bradford county. Florida.D. carried to the stranger, who took the

closer than Virginia, and that would be they will not taste the same? Insist upon salary of of the their Judge present of said terms court of record shall Master. E. KNIGHT in former from the salver, arose and ad- .E '

. so far away that they would order a getting a Palm Smoker, then yon be two thousand and five the hundred dollars of Es-a OQBURN, DORSET Special& SHELTON Chancery. dressed the duke: ; : 1
know are getting the best that mon year payable quarterly by county and A. V. LONG. Plaintiffs' .
little only occasionally and would nevei you cambia and may be Increased by the Legishv Att'ys. "It would be boldness indeed for me >_ ___ ,_ A
ey will buy. gua.cauu: .ro .na any oouse 01
time and means to make a trip. ture. to drink highness' wine when the .
I find the From and after the expiration of the term oi your I ,.
1 The price of Palm Smokers is 50 and Master's Sale. Roaches 8, Moths and Bed ;
bfVirginia.Then office of the Judge the Judge of said whom are expected to honor
to do their trading present lady ;you
: in person are fpr sale at first-class dealers. court of record shall hold his office for font Bugs. Kee; fleas off dogs and ;
,yon have heard a great deal of Notice is hereby given that under and by with your sovereign band is beside ,
t years.
) virtue of a final d..cret-of foreclosure made and me. I will therefore the compliment cures them mange. 35 cents aNew '
late, especially in the "Alabama Letters GOVERNOR WANTS ADDRESSES. JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amend entered August 31, 1910, by; the Judge of the Circuit pass box.ASHE'WTSAULT. ,
of prohibition destroying parties, ment to Section thlrt T-flTe of Article V of the I Court of the 8th Judicial Circuit of Flor to her.
t.> Constitution of Florida, relating to establishment I Ida, in and for Bradford county in chancery HoldIng the duke's glass In one hand -
but from the present political developments Small Sum ol Hooey For Hen Who of courts.Be : Bitting, in favor of Lucy: A. Emerson,complainant -
it resolved by the Legislature of the Stateof and against Wm. H. Martin,Jr., Geo. and his own in the other. be was aboutto .
t in some of our counties where the Served In Co. B. Florida: I' W. :Major, L.A. Shattuck, Daniel l.Atwood offer the duke's to the princess when j
element has bolted the democratic That the following amendment to &'Ction'thirtyfive and Augusta Snmmerkton defendants the undersigned -
I whiskey Tallahassee Fla. June 9. Governor of Article V of the Constitution ol will offer for sale before the courthouse the duke thundered:
independent can and shall be ; door at Starke, Florida, between the -
. party by placing < Florida In hereby ag-eed to proposed "Who are you who dares Insult us .
Gilchrist holds a small sum of money and submitted to the electors the Slate I legal hours of sale on Monday,
., didates in the field against the regulai for approval I or rejection at the next general OCTOBER 1910, by refusing our ducal favor?" Kills Bats anJlMtce and
nominees it would seem due te each of the following men, as election hereafter, that itosay.. said Section The set both the consumes -
e democratic to the highest and best bidder for rash the stranger glasses on withoniUnY
Article shall be amended them odor.
members of Company First Florida thirty-nve of said oas described lands -
following situated in Bradford -
element that de table and
l that it is the whiskey to read as follows: county Florida, to wit: replied:

stroys parties. Yes, whiskey destroys Volunteer Infantry, Spanish-American Sec. 35. No courts other than herein specified The e% of the seJi of the neji: and the swji of "I ask your highness' pardon. HaveI -
in this l State
which was recruited at and shall be established except the se1 of the ne} and the of the of -
vir war the st% nefi offended?
I parties, manhood, honor, principle, that the Legislature may provide for creation the ne>4 in section 27, township 5 south, range Saleat
and and all things around Starke. The governor desires and entablishmont of such additional Judicial 22 east. "You have."
intellect any
tue and circuits from time to time become
: the present postoffice address.of each of aa may J. E. FUTCH. "Then I apologize. The offense was
,, and for the appointment by ,
and upright. necessary Master .
that are pure Special In Chancery.A.
these parties, If living. If any of them the additional Governor and circuit confirmation judges therefor by the Senateof whose V. LONG, unintended. m Racket

Attention Costs oney. shall be Solicitor for Complainant. Taking one of the glasses from the .
Delayed are dead he desires the name and post- terms of office and general jurisdiction
1 the same as herein provided for the circuit table he placed it on the salver and it
,
if
out not painted. office addresses of their
f Your house wears legal represent I judges heroin already provided for, and may
: It costs more to repair it than it costs to atives: clothe any railroad commission with judicial Notice 01 Final Discharge. was taken to the duke. who half Intoxicated '

it. It don't cost much to paint powers in all matters connt'CttJl1th the- functions Notice Is hereby given to all concerned that as he was and Irritated with ore : .
R. paint OsburnJ. Benton, John C. Carter, of their office. six months after date hereof I will present my: -
4
e'' with the L. & M. Paint, be'sanse gal- final returns as administrator of the estate of (be man who might have cost the _

1 Ions of L. &.1L Paint and 3 gallons oi Simon B. Hedges, John M. Jones, Daniel The votes cast in compliance with said proposed O.H. Kersey, late of Bradford county Florida princess her life, as soon as he saw ,

Linseed Oil makes seven gallons of ready. B. Kelsey, Oscar H. Martin, WilliamM. amendments, and the canvass declarations deceased, and apply to the County Judge of St eFla.
subjected that the had pledged him :
thereof shall be to stranger ,
and returns Bradford county, Florida, for my final dis I
t or-use paint at a cost of about $1.30 per Smith, George O. Singletary, AltaJ. the same regulations and restrictions as are charge. drank it down. In a few minutes his -
mix yourself. Thirty. law for general elections in the M. 8-19.4& I
You can provided by G. KERSEY,
callon. Williams, ElmerfE. Cain, Walter R. were starting from his bead his
five years' use in every part of the United state of Florida.In Administrator of the Estate of G. H. eyes .
d.t it. Atlantic City and Crowson, John A. Harris, James A. Testimony Whereof I have hereunto set Kersey, deceased. face became purple. his tongue pro- -
States proves hand and affixed the seal Sept.2,1910.-
.1- ;!rl Pittsburgh Fence Tests, made by the Miller, Atture N. Wilson, Mark Chand; of my the State of Florida, at great Tallahas- traded, be fell over dead.

.. Master Painters' Association prove it. ler, John W. Freeman, Sebron A. Her- (SE.U'e.. the capital this tWt.nty-fifth Then at a signal from the stranger
\ G. C. Livingston & Co., Starke, day of July. A. D. 1910. several from the
Sold by men among guests.
., Ocala. rington, Noah Jones, George L. Lemon,, H. CLAY CRAWFORD.
1 and McIver & McKay, Secretary of State starting from their seats, drew their
tt Joab G. Rice, Jr., Julius H. Smoak,

1 i, J HANDICAPPED. Henry C. Timberlake, Isaiah D. Wynn,, Master's Sale! Nervous swords"My friends and stood," said beside the stranger him. ad- Carter Prices '

Lock Castlebury, George E. Dillon,, -
Notice Is hereby given: that under and by dressing the company. "I am the only .
t this Is the Case WIth Many Starke Alexander Malcolm, Owen Owens, JohnJ. virtue of a final decree or foreclosure made and legitimate living male heir to one-half ,
rendered July 29,1910, by the Judge of the Cir- "I ..
.
I Ward tf.r was nervous
People. cuit Court of the 8th Judicial Circuit of Florida very this dukedom. For years I have! been On Fan lirocerles

. Starke citizens are handicapped in and for Bradford county. in chancery writes Mrs. Mollie Mirse, waiting for the tyrant to alienate you.
Too many in favor of Emma Richard, complainant -
sitting
with a bad back. The unceasing and against Carrie Floreus Carl Floreus, of Carrsville, Ky., "had his subjects. that I might reclaim my *White Meat, cento per pound.

$. !Spain i causes constant misery, making Allie the undersigned Floreus and Louise will offer Floreus for sale, defendants before the palpitation of the heart, own. By sleight of band I changed Beet Pulp | .5 per sack of 100 ,

5 and stooping or lifting an court house door at Starke, Florida between and was irregular. the glasses after setting them on the pounds.
t work a burden JOHNSFURNI.JURE the legal hours of sale on Monday. "On table and sent him back his glass. .
the advice of Mrs. own Peaches 12 v. ents .
The back achss at night, SEPTEMBER 5, 1910, per can. ,
! impossibility. Hattie Cain I took 2 bottles He has come to his end by drinking Pork and 3 for
refreshing rest and in the to the highest and best bidder for cash the 25 cents.

;. pisventing lame. Plasters andS following described lands, situated in Bradford of Cardul and it did his own poison. I announce myself Mb. Can Cot Beef 17 cents. -
and
; ., morning is stiff county Florida; to-wit: Prince of C.. which I declare a separate -
; give relief, but cannot All that certain piece parcel or lot of land me more good than any 10-qnart( Gal ized Buckets, 20 ; .I
and these
liniments may situate and being in Bradford county Florida, medicine I principality gentle-
r reach the cause. To eliminate the paint to-wit: The nwl4' of the nwli of section 32,,, ever took. men who have gathered around me cents each. t. ,

- and aches yon must cure the kidneys. I acres township,more II south.or less.range 22: east,containing 4C 1 am 44 years old and 'are my ministers. The princess. my Good Gaa 3d No. 3 Tubs : r,\

Doan's Kidney Pills cure sick kidneys Special Master D. E. KNIGHT in Chancery., the change- has not left cousin. will return with me to my capItaL 65 cents each i, ,
I
me but am lots better
A. V. LONG, OfThen TInWarec1 .

c and cure them permanently.statement should cone Solicitor for Complainant. since taking Cardui the stranger offered his arm to Good Mixed
.. The following Starke reader of their ef the princess! the men who had joined "" No. 1 Timotrj Hay. $1.50 per .)

r vince every CO.Dealers Sheriffs Sale. him surrounded them. and they walked hundred pounds '1

: ficiency. given- that I, J. N. Lang- out of the room. They had not reachedthe 16
1. Is hereby Sugar $1.00. IV.t
,
St. poua -
; d Mrs. John Smith, 807 B. Magnolia NOTICE. Sheriff of Bradford county, Florida,, CARD I door before the company, glad to I j- ;
: "I suffered under and by virtue of that certain writ of execution White Shorb |1.85 per sack. -
IlL
It Gainesville says ducal and Impressed
in Issued out of and under the seal of tht be rid of the poisoner -
t pains In Florida, No. 2 White *$I, $1.93: sack. 1
from a weak back and severe Circuit Court of Bradford county by the noble mien of the
Ii I could not against W.C. Barclay and in favor of Smith Kerosene Oil,; cents per gal- \ j- i.
. c my side for a long time. Furniture, Iron Bed Manufacturing Company a corporation, dated Prince of C.. broke forth In acclama

L I Btoop" without having sharp twinge the 6th day of July 1910 will offer for sale and .The Woman's Tonic tions. Ion.Best 1' ,.
bidder therefor for
best
and
; through my body and it was difficult for steads. Mattings, Rugs, sell cash to at the the highest court house door in the town oi By the time the populace learned Japanes4jice*P 25 pounds, ,

regain an erect position. I war Art Squares and Rub- Starke, on Monday: the Cardui advertised and that the duke was dead the Prince of $1.00. _i .

me to and at timei 5TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER 1910 sold by its loving Mends C., his cousin and his supporters had Best Rice. :\%! (ile head pearl ,
a1ao.nbecttO.head08 legal salesday of said court,, ,
beroid Flooring the same being a
nervous. When I saw Doan'i within the legal hours of sale the following- The lady who advised mounted horses that were standing grain, 14 poui47 .00. .'
:'f was TrJ scribed real estate and all the right,title and ready and were galloping across the
.
4 Kidney Pills so highly recommended fpithesi'troubles Stoves Hardware interest of the aid W. C. Barclay therein, situated Mrs. Mirse to take CarduL Cometomnys near the deiy ,
't: box and be- in Bradford county. Florida to-wit: N* had herself been cured of border. At sunriw trom'"vera1' pot and Inspect goods. 1 -
" I procured a and of sw'i and eei of section 28. township 4 south: "towers" as those mediaeval: strongholds -
short time I fell Cutlery Crockery.We 21 east 840: acres;or so much thereof ae serious female trouble by
range ,
ins debjSed
helr use. called. the prince was All
1 gan will be necessary to fully sati.sfysald executionand I were pro- goods free In town.

I" much better, the painslost their severe- carry the Magnetic mixed cost Cardul, so she knew what claimed sovereign of C.. and bis ad- -
J N. LA
: nesaandl gained in strength. I con.ueriDoan' Paints and Oils. Sheriff Bradford GFORD-Co.FlaJ. Carduf would do. herents sprang to arms to enforce his :

Pills to be an ex.ce1ent E. FUTCH If Cardul cured Mrs elAfm8.
Kidney
;1 Come and see na.TERMS Plaintiff's Attorney.
remedy and am therefore pleased Cain and Mrs. Mirse it But the dukedom' remained united Joe aFter :
:
. eoommend them." EAST. Heftodlst Church Directory. surely willcureyou o. the prince being cafled upon to M
left neat
the by
For sale all dealers. Price 50 cents O Won't try I' time sovereignty .
by Sunday School: a. m. you domia-
Furniture Co. the duke aa well u of his own
ter-Mflbarn Co.,Buffalo, New York, Johns Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Please do. '
ions. He married his cousin who In
StaHL
d L .
League 3:30 o'clock p. m.
States. Epworth
United
1. agtnta the Doan'aand. Starke, Fla. Prayer meeting. Wednesday'1:SO p. m. : the female Una ws.a' ffi legitimate !
I Bemsm.beithe u.me .
E. J. QATES, Pastor. ruler.

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ur the ohly'on\and .itV L your place to H. C. RICHARD !
a 'WHERtR'[MRBELONGED. keep up the business.-** isn't as if you
A Bit of Detective AJ INCOME 4
, ..n had some great tale.nftSla'f'was! drawing A. MONTH V
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you to the city. *;jusrfor'changt' General Insurance

and so you can do easy;:Voric.like! writ Work ,. .. .
Ing with a pen. and wear good cl4 hes.' =':AU' "= -' ':;: ,

r r, I .-- Roger had left her at that moment By C. L. DAYTON. I represent nod e but-FIRST-CLASS the E r for O .yea : or for Life!

; without even a goo by. and hettad< companies and will be constantly on 1
her Now Copyright. 1910. by American Press Guar-
never seen since. he Telv alert to promote your interests. .
i, j ]1- A Labor Day Story. small and mean In her presence. Whatwas Association. antee courteous treatment to all patrons.A .

t:: he but a hanger-on in the city, well written policy by a first-class E ,
"
If one whose place could be better filled "::_Maggie, we're ruined! EPRUENTIAL'S
.J : I Ii agent in a first-class company some-
,,. :.' By CLARISSA MACK1E.tCopyrleht. by a thousand waiting men? "Ob. Harry what is it?" +
fire
times means much In case of loss by _
i \ ;: ISIO by American Press Asso- A company of mounted men passed "Mr. Brant has been murdered, ned 1 =

S' f elation. them, the horses curvetting dangerously shall be accused of the murder.." H. C, RICHARD Starke, [Ia. == AI,.( -

a i The city streets lay hot under the close to the crowded curbstonesThe "IIo,,'? Why?" \ r "

I' ; '. September sunshine. Vehicles of every spectators pressed back and Instinctively "We were together tonight;,rove 8 :: Very NEWEST IDEtf.in; Life Insurance!

i; I description were filled] with pleasure Roger flung his arm about o'clock In the Lank he to dp some DR. LEROY W. DENHAML --- .

; seekers and the sidewalks Amy and pressed her close to him. work .on the statement to be made to

''; i With spectators patiently waiting were lined for She must have felt the heavy throb- the directors tomorrow, I tot, post my DentistEdwards =:;/ E At age of 30, for S100.fi: [:a year during your.life

bing of his heart, for her own heart books,/ The janitor saw us go in to- = E will
1 .t the passing of the big Labor day pas I (a saving of $8.37 a moijl!) your family re-
worked
beneath his laud fluttered wildly !' r.rant in his'iprivate
as
s i j:'I! rade. It was to be larger today than I i iI he held her.' Susie giggled; b :..ri"ally gether.office,' I+.itt my desk. .'When I finishedI Bldg. Starke, Fla. E ceive after your death :$0.00 Every- Month forE

I'j usual, the interest in what concerned and darted: backward :!s a heavy black went to'him to asK" if he was readyto '.. -.- 20 years, or $7,200.00 iff.;j IBrl t,!
I t "- -
. the laborer -- .
i' having been
; strengthened '
charger clattered up on the sidewalk go home. 1 found him lying on -
'.t by strikes and other such ext-nts. Roger gathered Amy in lil i';' tins :'nil the floor dead,, the carpet covered with R. F. ENSEYCivil '
; f ., Roger Nelson, standing idly on the fell back. When the horr-e li.id returned blood." .*tf, i E At a slightly higher}j >'st, the income (would .

't curbstone, watched the throngs with a to the street the crowd swept for- "And you came away without notifying ",and Mechanical Engineer I 15 continue for life. xI ,j :'
i t little frown of S
discontent All his lifeprevious
.
ward once more and llojrer; released any one? ,h" ,OLD TOWN, FLA. I 1-
: i to the last two years the coun- ..- : ,
t Amy and faced her alone on :\ deserted "Yes; the murderer will doubtless' = .: : s
:
d try boy had dreamed of the when
: he day doorstep. never be known. I will be arrested( TwentyJjY/-' Exj'f r <'m-e in th.'l"i- ld. == LVW rite for Rates at Y .H Age and Learn How
seek the
R might city, participate in "Thank :you," she panted softly. and made to suffer for his'crime." I :; YvJl'can Provide an Ab' ute: Guaranteed Income '?'
f:1 J ber life drink
busy deep of her pleas "That's all right," muttered I Ko: er. The wife trembling the while, COl1trnethg. Concn, Con-truptiou and Kill .
;,!-! i ures, rise to affluence by reason of her .. ::: for Your Family.E. '
They stood in silence for awhile, and thought what was best to be done and read Work Si-cialti'

fir'r Ii splendid opportunities, and he had at last Roger turned suddenly upon the thought quickly. Presently she said,

I'. f taken his chance when it came. girl, who stood looking; out on the street speaking rapidly: FlurlJ.i Land Lines Located wit Accuracy. ii P. DUNCAN: Special Agent
ti t; t t He was by nature a tiller of the soil with troubled ,
unseeing eyes. "Whether jou were right or wrongin ; -- ---------- a
j I t f He loved the feeling of warm brown "You remember that last night before STARKER 'LORI
made
not calling: the police you have DR. N. W. FRANCIS I"I DA. :a'
n I came to the city, Amy, two years a step which is irrevocable. You must ,

i n ego?" demanded Roger. get away. Go and shave oft your beard '
;

fl i! I She flushed right.and noodcd."You're I'm everything. you for while:you.I "get some of my clothes ready Office General Hours Scrgery, 10 to a 12-1 Specialty.to 2:30 jlljlljljlljlljlljlljllilljlljllj, l J! J J lljlljlljlljlljlljlljlljlljIlLl\( \


( called me that night," he declared savagely. Half nn hour later Henry Hunt left :Mn Kate Pow.11,:Matron in ch:1rit..of office
H 1k MI Office over Mitchell's Drug Store.
i 1 his house disguised: as u woman. lIe Florida.
"I've been that I said it" she Starke -
carried
ilk J 1 sorry in a suit case male attire whichhe I

murmured contritely designed putting on as soon as he AGENCY ZSTABa sHED IX 1886. '

"It's all true, every word, only I'm a felt it best to do so. 'lIe was to notifyhis :

o9i bigger fool than you could believe!" wife from time to time by a codeas FIRE INSURANCE

Ills tone was bitter, nnd his handsome to his address. COFFINS, CASKETSAnd ,

young face was creased in an anxious The murder not discovered till -
., \. : N\\ frown. was a Full: Line of J. R. DAVIS K COMPANY,
I .. the next morning and as Hunt had
a t i "How long have you realized it?' been with the cashier the night before Undertakers' Supplies STARKE1 FLORIDA. '

asked Amy demurely. and was missing, there was no doubtas I
1 1111 1111i "After the first month-one year and to his being the murderer. Always on hand. The best service -

i ri f Cc eleven months," said Roger drj, ly. Great sympathy was manifested for at the lowest prices. Special
!t "Oh Roger! How could standit
;you Mrs. Hunt who had been left not only attention to Telegraph Orders. a-
. then? You must have suffered. It
) with the obloquy of her husband'scrIme
fl j c took lots of grit to stay here when you resting upon her, but without Registered Embalmer
.. t"j''t for home. I could
were longing never
i have done It." support for herself and her children. WILLIAMS% PAY THE

4..t.: "It wasn't grit Amy; it was pride.I She had had the night before the murder G. C. LIVINGSTON & Co. : fREI6HJ
i i I was discovered to think over the
hate to give in.
;it'l matter and decided that it would be Starke, Fla.
:1 "Give in?" repeated Amy. "Youdon't best when questioned for her to say 211 West Bay St. -P. O. Box.J.ACKSONVILLE, FLAJ1:
t' NRI call that giving in, do you? Isn'tit '".
: that her husband had come home at 10 J. J. wiflLiAns
L !
; one step on the road to success
o'clock that he bad gone out and she I
I; : when one finds out they've made a I
1 ,it had not seen him since. Under examination -
I (II mistake? Susie is looking for us. Let II I CASE GOODS. IjHOMESTEAD CORN WHISKEY ,
.. nothing more than this was to GENERAL REPAIRINGI I ,
; us go to ber. DESOTO RYE. on jug, express paid _______1 i Sfrj
;1 ; be got out of her. i
"The dairymen from our county are have opened a general repair 1 1I
t Mrs. Hunt at once began the studyof 4 Full Quarts Express paid______f 5 OQ I SPECIAL OFFER.
coming"" squealed Susie excitedly. shop in the building nest door to ..
;I f and few 6" ______ 7 OQ brook
bookeeping in a months Whiskey drama-Distillery<\
i'I "Now, Roger I'll bet you're too proud J. :M. Alvarez's store and am prepared "
!t I applied to the president of the bank 12" ______ 12 73 Bottling. Express Paid.
and citified to remember some of the
I I II country boys!" where her husband had been employedfor to repair Sewing Machines, 12" freight paid______ 12 00 I Pints in drum Express paid.. |38t ri

I 1';. "THIS IS WHSBB I BELONG." "I'm a country boy myself," returned a position. Her request was Watches, Clocks, Pianos, Organs, WILLIAMS' No. 10 RYE. 1 t Half Pinta in drum" .* 88L OQ

t r earth. He was thrilled with the put- Roger, with sudden decision in his granted. Guns,Furniture, etc. 4 Full Quarts Express paid_-._.| 3 20 !d L only by drum; Will not break drag
I' .. The account of First-class work guaranteed.I 6" ___._. 4 50 }
Icing forth of new life in the spring. tone. "Watch me and see bow proudI new bookkeeper, on .
I: I 'JThe:: ripening harvest had been a mys- am!" her inexperience she told the officers carry a full line of machine E 12 at U ____ 9 00 [ORN h, WHISKEY Express Paid. .
"
!I.. 'terlous thing to him. But all through The organization of dairymen swept of the bank-found it necessaryto needles, oil and supplies. i 124 ______ 9 i 50 tky Fork per bottle Ex. pd...$ 1 40'

: : : 'his, youth there had lain the seed of a down the street a fine body of white work nights. She was given permission W. J. WILSON I OLD HALIFAX RYE. 'ky Fork per case.u .._13 2S.;

"I tt :discontent with his life, the allurement clad men. bronzed faces and hands, and the janitor was instructed I Full Quarts Express paid._____$ 4 20 3. White better 1 gal" ___ t IIi l
III Phone 49 Starke, Fla. 6-_ 6 00 3. White fine, 1 gal ," ___ 175',
1 of city life and at last he attained itand.he driving before them a half dozen beau- to admit her whenever she desiredto
I"I'.1 .' hated enter. 12 at at at at _---- 12 00 ral Valley Corn 1 gal" ___ 5.15j .
it! tiful Jersey cows.
f i -There was a distant blare of trnmpets All at once Roger raised his hat to Now, in all this there was a method. SUNNY SOUTH RYE. j f.BYE WHISKEY Express Paid. ,

i' f i. .: the sound of a band of music. the two girls from home and stepped The more Mrs. Hunt thought over her 4 Fnll Quarts Express paid.....__.$ 3 75: !.t Per Gallon.

: I .jrhe> crowds pushed and elbowed tof' down into the street falling into line husband's Sight the more she was satisfied PERRYS- 6 ______ 4 00 en i City_______Express paid tf &If.
12 ._____ 8 00 izany} South Ji_____. I" 27*
Ito
and
: as the parading, laborers ap- with the dairymen, marching shoulder with the course he had taken.
88 Pints" ______ 12 00 Jp Malt..__________ .. 3U ,I
,q i preached. to shoulder with a man from home. Not a scrap of evidence came up to .
To grow the fla- YELLOWSTONE BOURBON. e Rye, Special.4rholt a 450 ,:
3.1'Li Roger watched them listlessly, line "This is where I belong!" he called incriminate any one else. It was believed SEEDS en flowers and] "
most luadousvegetables 4 Bottles, paid,.__________9 5 40 _-..________ 450
upon line of pale men. neatly dressed. back be down the that other could have express ..
j
1 heartily as passed no person 'a
plant the baitSvds. t Hill___________ 450
1,1 Case, paid,_______________ 12 75
-i r .white gloved Intelligent looking with street entered the bank during the limit of Ferry': Seeds tail In are yield best express inter. __________. at 5 W-
; lr!! r '< here' and there a bent back or a round time, and the murder could not have or becaus quality.they Tha never best garden-: OLD BOONE Boone____ ____ .. J5 00 .

) :!I L! '!I .:shoulder. They were an hour in passIng Late the next afternoon Roger left been done for the purpose of robbery, know"ro and Ferry's firmer s->ed everywhere*to be the Bottled in bond by the U. S. Gov'm't. I s' Private Seal" 600 '

' ,:, :!1 i 1 the spot where he stood. The city the train at Riverside. His trunk for no funds were taken. She saw no kUhest rtar-darJ of Quality 4 Full Quarts, Exp. paid_____-__$ 5 00 ALCOHOL.
I "iI! sheered them it did them honor. yet attained. For sale 12 Full Quarts, Exp. paid._____. 12 75
I ; her husband had
) i .. the foundation of might remain until another day. possible escape for vcryvUere. 24 Full Pints, Exp. paid__________ 1375 j Grade Only and jug Ex. pd. 14 50 t
i iWere they not
; very
?i.I? : her being? He woods crossed stepping the road into slipping well throughthe remem- he murder.remained and faced the charge of [ FEUirS I'rt'o ISIO on Seed nxmestM.R2RT Iou 48 Full % Pints, Exp. paid._____ 15 (Ou Express paid,|2 CO, |3 23 and W.( ,

l,t: :'c' Among the parading organizations bered wood roads following them to Detectives were for a time secretlyput D. : I CKnur. .
rn lot ;was a body of clerks. Some of themRoger's .MICE Send 'Jr : Order. :
' "ft ,,' some half defined trail that made a on the case by the president of the us a hal
i, ;t\'eT fellow employees. They short cut to the farmhouse.At bank with a view to ascertaining a

"regarded him coldly) because he had the clearing he paused for an In- motive for the killing of the cashier. -- .

$; \ 1 refused to Join them. He had hesitated stant and looked forth over the rolling But no such motive being discovered, .. duties required him to have the store '
; to himself with them Poor Pickings. TB5S: locomotive on the Liverx -
t 'identify acres. He noticed with a guilty pang the matter was dropped. There wasa swept by 7 o'clock in the morning. He 3 or a .
because be Lad hoped that something The new boarder bad never been on nod Manchester line which by
I 'p that the five aero cornfield had beengiven detective at work on the case of had been late for many mornings andon { *
I t *r might occur to justify his leaving the a farm before. She was filled with In- plodlng caused the death of its engineer
, t'f over to weeds. The hay had not whose efforts not a person connected the sixteenth consecutive time his c
!,I I city and home.A terest and delight in everything she and fireman fined 20.
returning was
i ii been cut In the meadows and lay flat with the bank was aware. Mrs. Hunt employer remonstrated with him thus:
)1,1!, familiar voice behind his back and tangled.He felt sure from the first that some one saw. On the morning after her arrival -Dan, why can't you get here on Ie the following year another enEae -

1 {i i ri, startled him-a voice from home, from hud learned that hIs father had connected with the institution had she saw Mrs. Howe apparently on the same line was fined 11,4001

Riverside. It was a shrill, high pltcb- reduced his herd of to ten-all he picking berries from some pretty green timeWell.
rl cows committed the murder and that the Mr. Ii," said Dan, "yer see, Ito
t-; 1, -ed.tone that he had never liked. Now could rare for now with help so scarce. murderer had a motive. The most plants beyond the wall as she strolled the other side of Mount Hermon Making Sure. ,

f I. in the rabble of the city streets it was Roger saw them gathered about the reasonable theory was that there was In the road. cemetery and can't always get yere on John lef" ,

J t ( like the sweetest music to his ear. He brook ten Holstelns.. their black and .a secret between the cashier and the "Those are charming little plants" time." Yes'mrWhy

:, t! did not turn around just then. white bodies glistening in the setting murderer that would explain the mo- she said, pausing, with her eyes fixed "Why in the world do you live HO are yon sitting on that boy's"
1 t h'; "You see that teller on the curb-the sun. tive. on a pall which hung on Mrs. Howe'sarm. flee?"
said his
: far from your work r employ
if. one with the white panama hat and There came a long call from the up- Mrs. Hunt had been working buta -What kind of berries grow on ere .Why. I"-

!.tti' the gray suit? Tell me if that isn't per pasture, and Roger's heart throbbed few evenings when Horace Tift. them Does it take long to fill a pail Without a moment's hesitation Dan 'Dld I not tell yon to always count

I I zN -Roger Nelson Susie Blake's voice achingly. It was his father calling head bookkeeper, found it necessary to : like that? responded. R jundred before you gave way to pun

ij
:I!i fl. .,jOt, of another voice. He.could not his task to drive them home. Mrs. Hunt on her books, but she de- with a meditative air and answered I'll be honest' wid yer I wants a Tes'm and I'm doln' it; I'm just

!1.\ l' :. 'bear the words. The cows were stringing leisurely up clined. One evening when they were the second question. home beyond the grave." tin on his face so bell be here r-

,. I!w The back of his neck grew suddenly the slope in response to the call. Roger together Mrs. Hunt, who had brought "1 should hope 'twould" she replied. v en I'm done conntin the hundred."

!H'11 h red as Susie's voice again broke forth: cut a long alder switch, slipped off his with her a sandwich and a bottle of "What kind of berries are theyr Testing His Scales. louston Post.

\'I': "I'm going to speak to him. What's shoes and stockings, rolled up his milk, offered Tift a glass of the milk. persisted the young woman. "I can't "Thank heaven James has quit calj- f ;

'. : be got to be stuck up about? I"- trousers knee high, tossed his hat in a He drank it and for several days after- quite see. What are you picking Ing me Baby said the woman wlio I NapoleonEnglish..

Roger turned suddenly and smiled heap with his coat and vest and dash- xrnrd WAil laid un-.. with..--- -nn- Illness._ "later bugs." said Mrs. Howe as weighs over 200 pounds. "A strange slpoleon 1. began to learn English!
\ lull in Susie's round red face. "I was ed after the herd. '.When he recovered he resumed his she made another contribution to the 1 butcher shamed him out of It. It was a St. Helena and there is a letter exit -

I sure I heard a familiar voice," he said The bell of the leader tinkled far night work on his books. He found depths of the pall.-I'outh'l Company done unconsciously too. That is why t from him which beginsSince

. suddenly ahead, and the trailers 'paused and Mrs. Hunt there and said to her: ion. it was so effective. -Since 1 began to ;?week' I learn the English and 1 dontny

,I i turned wondering mild eyes on the "There was something in that milk diet 1 have been weighed often. The : progress. Six; week do ourty

," j' ] of a pair of soft brown eyes. "Why, overgrown boy with rumpled hair and you gave me to make me Ill" Publio Speaking Explained.The other day' when James was buying a j two days. If might hare learn

, j; bello. Amy!" he added awkwardly. happy face trudging behind them. He "Certainly there was. I put it Japanese visitor to the city was liver for the cat he remarked that be 0 :i word for day I could know it twoosands

I' ;r i I\. "How do you do. Roger?" In a few whirled his switch and they lumbered there." asked to make an after dinner speech. wished there were reliable scales In and two hundred.

j J' ; seconds the two girls were standing on forward. "What for?" asked Tift turning pale. He arose and began quaintly. the neighborhood to weigh Baby ofi. t

: : the curb and he Just behind them. As they neared the barnyard gate Mrs. Hunt raised the skirt of her "I often wonder," he said, "why It is "SaId the butcher, 'Bring her down { Lucky 0.,;.

. 't I I I Susie chattered volubly from beneath Roger's heart raced madly. He heard dress unslung a revolver and laid it yon Americans will binder your diges- here/ I, 111!i wife Is excessively fond of htr .

!, II i ber wide brimmed hat. Amy Ward his father's voice uttering a word to on her desk. Then she said: tion by making these after dinner 'Thanks' said James; 'I wilL : e. Actually I'm beginning
t :was silent. Roger knew why she was each crow as she passed through the "To work speeches We Japanese rest after our "James "
butcher
I ; on your books. Too are told me the was expecting h on it as a sort of a rival to ra
.i I.i,: silent. gate. At last Reger himself loomed meals. It .. much better. I know that '
covering up a large deficiency. us so we went. He was ready ; Say. you're lucky. rm only a sort :
..1" The last time he had talked to Amy tall behind the straggliu: thn>e. I traveled with legation
i Tift stood looking at her in terror. a Japanese for us. He had rigged up a nice little i rival to my wife's poodle.SaaTImeL -
; :; Ward was the night before hIs departure John Nelson stared with unbelievingeyes "My husband is a fugitive for your over the United States, and every- shawl arrangement suspended from .

\i1 for the city. He had asked her until Roger's strong arms went crime" added the woman.Tilt's where the Americans would make us the hanging scales to put baby in, and
to wait for him. "I'll make a about him in a l urlike bug. after-
,; cozy head fell on his desk. dine theQ ask us for speeches then he was Introduced to-me. Her Excuse.
borne frr in the city. Amy," he had "Dad. I've come home for good. I've would much rather have
you ward. We "
11" "I'll tell you what I'll do," pursuedthe James hasn't called me Baby since. I dow (to dressmaker)-You musty .
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urged eagerly. "We can go a lot and been wanting to come home over sinceI woman. "Ill let change dined at our hotels and retired afterward New York Times. ,
you places wait awhile for for :
J' 'have a rood time. I'll take: you away went. lInn you any use for a prodigal with him. Sign P. confession of the : to rest for the following day. 1 payment *
sonrniaj dresses. We still too
, !p j Ironi all this." His hand swept the son? asked one why it this i art
murder and same was.
, you may go into hiding. Curious Old English Law.
wfnltoconsider i
Later father and son crossed" the ( financial mattsrsvThe
-countryside."I The man took ten minutes to consider universal; after dinner speechmaking It is Interesting. to recall in connection fl
J 1 don't want to be taken farm yard arms al jut each other'sshoulders Fault of Ridicule.!
I: t away, then accepted the terms. among the American men at public with railway accidents that only
had said calmly "I love Two women stood In the ; I >ere is no character howsoever ,
or, i; i j' Roger. Amy The next morning Tift was missing.Mrs. dinners, and he replied that the a few yean back any instnunei$
'; t I'I: I t 4t nnd I hate the city. I want to live kitchen doorway with radiant faces. Hunt suggested that his books be American man never had a chance to which by accident was the immediatecause and fine, bnt it can be des
'1 life. I shan't wait for One'saw nothing save her little farmerlad dleule howsoever poor and wtt-.
here all
, 1. I my you. era ml red. This was done and a deficiency say anything at home and that was of loss of human life became
J, j I shall marry a farmer if I marry at come back to the lonely house. The of $100.000 discovered. Then why*New York Press. Observe the ass for Inatancacharacter ";,
':,Ii, : -aU:' i, other Amy Ward, saw her lover returning -. she produced the confes English law "deodand"-that is, became is about perfect be 1*
'' to labor In the fields he had defaulter's forfeit to the'crowD., to be devoted Choicest spirit all the boa-
I Is that all you've got to say? Roger sion. Had a Good Reason. { among ",
' "j' bay asked bitterly. once despised. Both of them rejoiced to pious purposes. This law applies animals, yet fee what ridicule
him of her bitter Tift was never caught. Hunt was recalled Dan! a colored man. was e pl01edporter' to locomotives but in '
t "\o. I think you're very selfish to that the city had given and course of brought him to. Instead of feel; :
in mercantile establish
" 4 lessons that he might appreciate put in his place and la now rs a time coroners' Juries, instead .of claimIng called*
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fc Btajt-upon consideration I saw no Jus- I: -' Th&'Professional. View. I UNIVERSITY ,QF FLORIDA Fl.0DA S COLLEGE FOX WOMEN II 'I

WHAT CHILD: DIDHe tick\ ,ln this and rewired to kill! him !:, An English physician of whom many I ILLC I'

on s ght) But to do this: I would: 1 have Her Three Lovers : stories are in circulation may not be ; LLAHASSEE
Superior But I'
Inexpensive Inst'tution :
/. >.death cn: the: gHl'nws or iron i ; as unp! "' Tnpathetic as a recent anecdote College of d Sciences: ,Normal School.
for Florida '
Ejo fW life tin I II i make him. He Is I Young Men. School of Musi 001 of Art, School of Ex-!
My l1.:11t'S st- -nie to a specialist I
Foarcoll(ft e.<, agricultural r.'r., .>, ,' .Bta ; Scho1Idas' nif Home Economic First"'throughout.
prrtNnn
He Turned a Tide That Ran $ to tils .gouge :it ni,:;/I. Li'l! him M. '.,j all sorts of mental disturb '' tion,uilversity t-xtenljn.* pr< f.n.. and I I{ .
By QUADCopyright tquJpm Tuition free.
1 asaUtMJts. KI c -nt. Incrt-asrln .idanr
secretly aid fid to some foreign coun- I ances and the fits, and con- per a'l' I
spasms ,i
Black to a Limpid One. / I last/yfeir. Attractive bulltl .1. r cata Other expenses; t j7 low. For Information ad-
'try. FromVtbfe. determination I never vulsions which sometimes accompany 'I I e sddrl',,, A. A. Murphrce. President. drww, Edward Jradi, President.

swerved. \7 1910 by Associated Lit- them. One of his patients, a most excitable -

V- I As soou"'as rlwas) discharged I went erary Press. person if suddenly alarmed or'I I .
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*, By EDWARD HUNTINQTON. to theMie r s i\O't'an w>rt. learned nIl distressed, would fall into a curious f- '
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CCepjrrtgfct 1910. by American Press Association. about the t&illJLg of vlftgra and fixed You: wouldn't find another case likeIt comatose state from which she could t

.] the date of myf-revengeXnfc?"a Jay and in three states. Here was Miss Susie not be roused until] tbe effect of the

Some say that a mother's love has hour to enable'p'k' to reacbi a ship! justas Jones shock had passed. The physician had
of the of
village Grafton smart
q'
:r kind.more Influence Others for good that than the any lore other between she was sailing.Then\. I went .to I and good looking with three lovers in been summoned again and again but Every Man Sh 1 d
say
the city where I bad been TUlned and It always happened that be was away
the sexes' Is most effective. I tow. Each one !had proposed marriage
where my enemy lived. He was still from home at the time, and before be
4, think that If good alone Is considered cashier of the bank -each knew the other bad-each was Build a Found ion I
same where I had arrived on the scene:of action the patient -
j the mother's love Is far the stronger. been ready f lie for her, and the three
yet
employed and lived In the same I had recovered0' At last one night)
If both good and evil are Included house. I surmised that he was still were good friends. he was summoned and arrived at Jhe For Financial Su fess SIn
'sexual love Is far
more powerful. indebted to the bank, for he could not'I There was ,a family skeleton in the house while the woman was stilf'un-
I have been moved by both of these ;
5 have made restitution without exonerating -! Jones closet, but none of the lovers I conscious. He hurried upstairs and
Influences, but the greatest that ever
me. suspected It. The smiling and gracious Into the room where she was lying on
swayed from your case why i f
me was a child. I n start
To carry out plan I must work Susie had like wildcat.. !
my as a temper the couch. He looked at- her. and an
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was employed In a bank. One
I came across a feature In books day an ordinary criminal. But why not? This was only shown out at home, expression of interest t\tf't" spread his NOW? While your ca qty; to
my This man had placed uie before all the however. Had the .
any of young men face.
is
that I didn't understand. I called the earn good, your income teady?
cashier's attention to It world In the positlou of a criminal, suspected it he would have reasoned: "Now, this," he said in his most
'
and he
,
over to my desk to look Into It.came As and my proposed act would confirm me, that he could tame her after marriage. -* -cheerful tone-"this is somethinglike Build before old age cu down
in that position. I provided myself Had he been told it he would !"
soon as he saw what I referred to he your earning power.
told with an auger and a circular saw with have replied that he admired temper
me that he would examine the
which to gain an entrance Into his in a girl. Love isn't blind. It's
just Whistler's .
matter the next day. Ways.It An active account at bank
house. I took
no firearms, only a
The following morning, when I took woozy. was Whistler's custom when
up my books and turned to those sharp knife. The three young men had dangledand drowsy to go deliberately to sleep, no will prove advantageous.?;

parts which had puzzled' me the day When all was ready 1 was obligedto sighed and grown thin for a year matter where or what the circumstances Ii
wait for several days to expire be- when the Methodist church held its
before. I saw evidences on certain might be. At one dinner party $
figures of very delicate scratching. I fore the sailing of the vessel on whichI annual picnic on the bank of the river his gentle snore suddenly aroused his BANK OF STA: KE
Intended to leave. During this interval half a mile below the village. The
never scratched entries myself, and neighbor; who nudged him violently .
these erasures surprised me. While I kept continually! brooding on three of them escorted the[ youug lady with his elbow. "I say. Whistler." STARKE, FLA.; .

I was examining the scratched figures my ruined life those terrible years In on that occasion. The three of them he protested excitedly, "you must not

with a little pocket magnifying glass prison and the miserable future before also had an intuition that that wouldbe sleep here!" E. S. MATTHEWS, ". RAY,

one of the boys came up to me and me. The result was that 1 could a momentous day for them. Intuition i.I "Leave me alone!" snapped \ 'his- PRESIDENT sutes

told me that the president wished to scarcely wait for my revenge. But was right Young Springer was tler. "I've said all I wanted to. I've DIRECTORS: :

see me. the hands of the world's clock ne.erstop the first to discover that It was. He I no Interest at all In what you and E. Matthews 8 G. C. Li gston
and
at last
the
The president was not In the habit work came round. night for my Int'itedIlss Susie to'take a row with your friends have to say." A. )i. Darby John U

'a of sending for the clerks, and I naturally Having reached Wilcox's house 1 him on the surface of the historic I One evening he was my guest at A. H. Freeman \
felt a dread as to what he wishedto Wabash. She graciously assented. No j dinner at a hotel. Edwin A. Abbey
bored a hole in a rear door, sawed out I
see me for. At the same time the jealousy on the part of the other two. was also: there. Right after dinner
a piece of the panel large enough to |
puzzle about my books flashed upon Insert my arm and shot the bolts. I They would walk along the bank and Whistler went calmly to sleep. On

me, and I felt a sudden vague terror.I had been in the house when I was employed be as happy as they could. the way to tbe theater he enjoyed an-

found a man In the president's private In the bank and had recently Young Springer had never rowed a other nap In the cab, and be slumbered -
office who seemed to be InterestedIn boat. He had simply seen others do peacefully through the
taken pains to learn that Wilcox sleptIn greater part
my coming. He was not talking to a room by himself and what room It. He did very well, however for of the play. The next morning he y "

the president as I entered, but lookedme he occupied. Therefore, though I hada about ten minutes. That was becausehe blandly asked me "What did Abbey
over as though sizing me up. The let the craft drift while [lie pro- have to last
lantern with me, 1 did not expect to say night? Anything
president said to me: use it.Nevertheless. posed marriage for about the seventh worth while?"-Century.
"Mr. Twining there Is a deficiencyof time. The answer was the same as it
I found that I must 1 Your MOlleyjBacK
$20,000 in our cash and there are had always been. Miss Susie wouldsee
take risks. letting into a room with "Charms" In Cornwall.
evidences In your books of such a loss about it This so encouraged the
which I was not familiar and not hear Cornwall. England: Is a county of
: having been covered up. It is my pain- lover that he seized the oars and "
ing any one breathing hard as in sleep "charms. The passing of children
dipped a blade and splashed a barrelof
I flashed in order I through holes In
my light to get my the earth, rocks or
:.. bearings. 1 turned it rapidly here and water over the girl in white in the trees once an established rite Is still I
- stern. She screamed. Then he splashed I if You Are Not SaUsfie and'
there till It fell on u child's crib, and practiced in various parts of Corn- "
Tfe another barrel with the other
before I realized what 1 was doing a oar. wall." wrote Thomas Q. Couch about .
This completed the bath. Miss Susie Your Trial Doesn't lent.
Cost
flood of bright light fell on the face of fifty years ago. "With us boils are a }
a I should about six rose up and the boat was upset. It cured '
baby say monthsof by creeping ou the hands and
age and before 1 could turn my was for young Sponger to rescue her. I knees beneath a bramble! which has t .
R He would have done it slick I
lantern aside two ryes were blinking. as grease grown into the !'ollt both ends. Children
at the dazzling rays. had she not while clinging to the I afflicted with hernia are still

The next thing for that child to do waterlogged craft begun calling him I passed through a slit in an ash sapling The same go ; is for
would be and names. It was dreadful the way she before
to cry. that would send sunrise fasting after which the : '

me back within walls and without any called him blunderhead, dunderhead 'I slit portions are !hound up. and as they : .
less
revenge. I resorted to II desperate expedient idiot, greenhorn, milksop, red bead, unite so the malady: I is cured. The ash money. ", :
I went to the child and be- squint eye and thirty other things. Is indeed a tree of many virtues. !:

hum in low voice. How could he rescue her with her I Venomous icMtiles known '
gan to a tune a StillIt j : are never
fretted. Then knowing that there tongue like that? ,! to rest under its! shadow! and a single Prompt servic ; and :

was no one but the child and myselfIn Young Springer on a sand bar. and i i blow from an I ash stick Is instant

the room with the door to the ad- young Brown on the bank beard 1, death to uu adder Struck by a bough .

joining room closed and the door by every word of the interesting discourse -j i I of any order tree the: reptile Is said tot polite attention. i ;

which 1 had entered from the hall also I : but they were not a bit jealous. II t retain marks of life until tbe sun goes I

closed. I concluded to light the gas When Miss! Susie had to stop talking: down." ,

though 1 kept It turned pretty low. I and hunt around for some more breath i i

Then I went back to continue my efforts she thought It time to continue on to I Hal ley's Comet.A .
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to'quiet the child. the shore and go home for dry clothes. Trench scientist declares that Hal- I l Druir

The moment the little fellow saw Young Brown had not plunged. He ley's comet was known to the authors ltchell the Man

me he smiled at me. had a new pair of blue suspenders!: of the Talmud long before Halley

RUJI J If you can conceive of an ugly storm I that had cost 23 cents, and he knew came into existence. This French scientist -- ---
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pI suddenly giving way before balmy sun- ;j that If you get pale blue soaking wet : quotes from the Talmud: "Two -ftt III

r shine you can understand the murder'i it will crock a dollar shirt and add 2 wise men of Palestine Gambiel! and Il I Starfee, Florida w I .

in my heart melting before that baby's j I 1 cents to the price of washing at a Joshua, made a voyage on the sea. I

smile. I crooked my forefinger and held Chinese laundry. He had told Miss The first had brought with him breadto ._ .
It up to the little fellow. and he clutchIeel | Susie that he stood ready to die fir) I eat The second one in addition had I I !

it. There's a line in poetry, "Baby 'I:' her but of course he meant a dry brought flour. When Gambiel had eaten h '- I t

A FLOOD OF LIGHT FELL OS THE FACE!' fingers waxen touches." that when I I I. and not a wet death. If these: thingsare all his bread he asked him for flour. I I .'

THE read it always reminds me of that I j properly understood at/the time saying to him. 'How didst thou know

ful duty to hand you over to the authorities boy's grasp. Then he caught sight of i|j; they are spoken much confusion maybe we should be so long on our journey Zsi \

I -that Is. unless you are ableto a seal ring on my little finder m} I|I I, saved: later on. Young Brown that thou didst bring flour?' To which "

restore the funds, in which case we 1, mother had given me and let go my waited to extend his hand when the .i Joshua did answer: 'There is a very i! Lands For Sal
will not prosecute you." forefinger to investigate the ring.I I nymph should come near: enough.No > bright star which appeareth every seventy j 1

1 As soon as I could get my breath I had come into that house to kill I I Jealousy cu the part of the other i iI years aud which deceiveth marl- j 1. Selected best grade Unimproved Truck asl Farm Lands ,

denied tbe charge. Of course my denial that boy's father. For the first time two-a great deal of \\etiiess and mud. I.I ners. I have thought that perchance I within one to four miles of Starke in lots to suit | ir :ha er-from

i had no effect I asked that the the horror of such a revenge; became I I but no jealousy. i, It might surprise us during our voyage : 6 acres up to 500 acres or more. At actual prose sealing values

f j cashier be called, and my request was apparent to me. Before the child's confiding The bedraggled Miss Susie extended I! lead us astray and thus prolong our and on easy payments. Owned by myself-no ft uanmissiODS or

granted He came In. showing no especial smile, his innocent eyes under her lily wet hand, but in so- doing she I I voyage on the sea: hence It is that I speculations. .Nobody to consult except myself anc) \jne{ purchaser. r

.J concern to one who did not suspect .his waxen touch, the injury I was lost her balance and went under water have provided myself with: flour." I Fine opportunity for young or old to build up and c\' p a home and '
make the
out of the soil. Low
easy payments rat pf interest !
on
him as I did. I saw evidences, intending to do him through his father again. As there was a good bed ot' all deferred If
payments. you want to own a horn near a prosperous -
especially In his eye, that he was carrying parsed back into that horrible imprisonment mud to fall t n. uo bones were broken. The Falkland Islands. I town, come and see me, whether you have4incch; or little .

a big load. from which it had sprung. Those pale blue suspenders were still The Falkland islands are among the 'l money for first payment. ; I ii .

I "Mr.: Wilcox" I said "did I not call The door that led to the adjoining i in young Brown's thoughts. It was. least known and most out of the way 2. Residence lots in Starke, oae to four blocK from depot

your attention yesterday before closingto room opened and Wilcox:, in nightclothes I time to plunge but be didn't do it. 1 corners of the widely scattered Brit- 3. Beautiful summer resort lots fronting Kin;; ley Lake.

an irregularity I had discovered in entered. He stared at me fora Instead he Beached down and seized ish empire They form a sort of Brit "
C. L.
't my books?" few moments, then recognizing me, a dainty little foot to which a panful ish suburb of the south pole some 500 : Peek, Starke, Fid .
n nI
"You did, but I had not- time to investigate exclaimed: : : I of mud was clinging and hauled the miles from the antarctic end of America !

It" Twining. What are you doing I half drowned girl up the bank. No Cape Horn. A former governor of I j I

"Why," I said, turning to the presi- here?" jealousy on the part of the others.!' On ,, the Falkland islands, the late Sir WHI I ..
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I 1: dent, "should I call attention. to a "I came to kill you. Your, boy has the contrary, they looked on aJmirme- I'I liam Robinson, used to say that he j 1----, !
L\\ deficit I was attempting to cover up?" saved your life." ly. Susie gurgled! and :gasped\ and would have committed suicide while

: : "I* know nothing about what Mr. I shall never forget his agonized ex coughed, and Mr. Brown knelt beside there if be ('oullllIa.e found a tree tall I II
calf her wet form and asked her for his!' ''I London i
Twining wished to my attention pression."If enough to hang himself on.-
to." the cashier put in. "For a week it wore not for him and his mother sake to recover. If sue died theu be Standard. .

.'S; past I have been at work on my books I would gladly have you run a knife wanted to die too. lIe didn't want I, A for Ever;
I. to die of mud and water but of a !:j! Buggy body
nights with a view to discover this through[ me at this moment .I' How Like a Man! I
deficiency. He might have wished to "And for his and his mother's sakeI Black Hand l>omllIe wanted to be Mr Nocknoodle-Oh. Norris It you

peak of some other matter." forgive you." In an Italian grocery buying macaroni would always!: be as good:: and gentle

: '' It was all clear to me. Wilcox had Beckoning me to follow him, he went I when the bomb explode- and he wanted and kind as you are at this moment i ,

used $ .OOO' of the bank's funds and into the ball down on to the main floor his faithful and loving heart to be how happy we might bE'Ir.! Nock- i

had been tampering with my books to and into the library. I blown clear across the street ': noodle (losing his! temper instantly and 4

make It appear that I bad been covering "Twining.; he said brokenly, "you Miss Susie! could not withstand the bellowing at the top of his "olceDoI We are prepared to furnish bugic's for ev- 1

up such a deficiency. 1 saw at are a noble fellow." I appeal. She returned to life and the ,'l mean to say madam that I am eryhody in Bradford and adjoining cq i nties at the

I, once that I was ruined and broke "I might; have been bad you not put state of Indiana and the Wabash river not always as good; and kind as I am : ,

down crying like a baby. This was murder into my heart""it and then she-made jerky little speeches at this moment? most reasonable prices.

i considered evidence of guilt I was I, not yourself! that effecteda to her rescuer. He had rescued her i
my
heels first he had dragged her We have just received and ked full 4
was turned dyer to the man I have : temporary change In you. Ton have ; up 0:11 Outdone. unpa a
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spoken of, who was a constable, taken been recalled to what you were by my the bank; he bad dragged; her after I Jones-Yes. sir; that boy of mine Is a carload and others are on the way. !: -

to jail and put.In a cell. Innocent boy. God grant be may nev- she was up the bank. All the names wonderful piano player. Why be can :

4 I told my attorney of my suspicionsas er know that to save myself I ruined she had called the other two" she DOW !' play with his toes! Brown-How old The demand for the famous Ti.n & Jones t ,
the Brown and
bestowed .
to tbe guilty party; but whether he you." on trembling is he? Jones-Fifteen.. Brown-I've g
from and then added twenty new ones for good buggy has been so heavy that none o :hem could ..
believed 1 was mistaken or that I was "He never shall know it me, got a boy at home who can play with

I guilty:''ne made no attempt to throw if I can help It be shall never knowIt measure.. h" started Then for scorning home all leaving assistance a.- :. his toes, and he Is only one year old. be secured, but we are now ready to upply our i '
will the >
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else. keep
, the burden on the cashier. Perhaps from any one
him. But that Wabash trail as she went When she customers with these favorites.
he thought It better to advocate an secret for him and from Liquidizing., ; .J
bad the three lovers came together -
entirely.different theory. At any rate, deficiency-is it still a loss? I I' gone "Dry work this speechmaking."

.: he made" a lamentable failure of m y.i1 "I have gained. the money to repayit ? No*jealousy.said "Well, rye drunk Vn every word M 1
"By gosh: Springer.
should have done so .
defense. I was convicted and sent to long; ago. I "
said.
you've
j:. rtatiijjrlson"'? for ten years. and had the strtnpth to exonerate you. I "By gum! said* Cotton. "Ah! Making? a draft of my speech?"
i said Brown.And .
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,,43;., ,1 ttn e :.period_.er"off speak three-I or served for write good seven of behavior that years hog, but confess"You 1 could; to neodn't what not own do 1 denied.that my)meanness.now.If you I wishto will I Mr."By Brown a swipes week and later demanded Miss Susie: sent for -Lippincott's.A J. W.% ANDREWS% .i SON r ::1


do so. j, "Why dkln't you jump In to my rescue Pioneer Shipment. .
:\wcause, I do not wish to exorcise the make restitution through me .
The first shipment of beat from
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.>i lemon:fc begot In my nature. Upon en I will keep that secret too. I sendIt :, "I-I was afraid of wetting my new Chicago via the lakes was mate m.1S3S. Starke Florida! !
I8 better way. can ,
ring "There
the II
J prison I formed a resolution
: suspenders!" The shipment consisted of sev
.--;i fii towhat, I would do as soon as I got anonymously." Innocent child "Your answer show! that you've got enty-eight bushels. Stables Next Door to County CofHt House. '' '*
that an
Hut-wi Otrould kill the man who had And suit was
ruined me. saved me from murder enabled his more common sense than Springer :and 1
# =! My first resolve was to funds he bad Cotton combined. I am ready to say Provide for tbe wofirt! ; the test wd I!= J ,Y 4
picky, quarrel, with him, giving .hianeqoal father to restore Jbe ,:
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} 11 ".:' ', I ... 10# business on north !
r Skirt & Patle ." At the home of the bride's mother, The grocery /
I" hitherto owned by C. A.
S Fittor Mrs. Sweet, at Heilbronn, her daughter, street .
I married Monday and W. N. Mnrdaugh is now of
Miss Fr>..ncesSweat, was
o afternoon' to Mr. Lewis M..Taylor, Mr. Mixon alone, he having bo {

Next Week. NotarY'W. Ellery Davis officiating, in partner's interest in it. .Debts ;:

,4 the presence of a few relatives and the firm will be paid by :M A 1

t Information' friends. I those who owe the-pld firm way f !
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NL1I II CMtHrflMl 0.. ?..,. .. 2JfUlftu.l .... II' Our ship- Taylor, Fla., and the happy young I will divide coUectjfling equaiAr b* :
delayed *
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;It. I LLrjru.a couple left for that place to begin

..., i. 'ment of skirtshas keeping. I'* I Bad Elfecl. ol Hog 8 Ie.j j

::11''" II the Meth- and will. be Town Consumes Much Meat. I H. D. *asdin, of Graham, !.I l
Leviton's.Capt. Remember! Everybody to arrived t
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:! There are no dull days at that I town Moiida '"Hia hand was
odist church Sunday night. R. G. Reeves told the reporter
,'" W. L. Wall was in Jacksonville the ladies Friday and Saturday be supplied 1,200:pad upon the reporter's .
to
offered
t' used in the
Quigley sells anything and the trouble Mr. Wasdin
was
I Wednesday. pounds, Monday 1,000 pounds,.< i '
1'.. .. Dr. T. D. Gunter made a professional construction finish of a house. .9.St all pf next ;week at Tuesday 450 pounds of beef to ;T. T.I follows: ., ".
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Tint to Lawtey Wednesday. Miss EmmaPearce, of Lawtey,visited Reaves and other markets. This is by I i A short time ago he had let ;

I ; friends in Starke Thursday. the'prices heretofore no means all the beef consumed in town :. field a number of hogs to fatten )\
; J.:'W. Townsend, of Lake Butler, was I the named, for the market I II dens, but a large sow had been "
I days
I during
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New River, was
of I I
a visitor to Starke Monday. Raiford the Johns business, -visitors in Starke advertised; as men kill much of their own beef and ,, The animal showed signs of r ,

. The popclar red belted maUne bow among buy dressed beef from farmers, which.., being excluded from the feast,
f Tuesday.Iron L believe in plenty' :Mr.: Wasdin threw her some she .
: and red Windsor tie at Lanes. follows: shows that our people
fire place linings-the kind thai of substantial foods. I severely in the hand. jibe hand *

'l, '' P. L.Sunday Gaskins.here Esq.with, relatives.of Jacksonvile,,, will not burn out-at Quigley's 9-9-3t $2.50 Skirts $1.48. ; l r."Reaves has unsurpassed facilitiesfor I up and he had to hurry to a time.'i; t '
spent ,
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews and procuring fat cattle in any quantity. I treatment. The hand is

t i D.E. Knight,Esq.:was in Gainesville children have returned to town from $3.50 Skirts $198. His mode of killing the animal is humane proving. .

, I : Tuesday on professional business. Kingsley lake. for instead of running them downon HIGHLAND. ; : I
'11 Skirts $2.98. horseback before he can get them into :
of Lake Butler, was $5.00
i R. R. Cooper, Louis H. Hill, the well known real
the slaughter pen, which is cruel to A regular old-fashioned .
the visitors to Starke Monday.
1 11? :' among estate man transacted business ii The skirt sale will the animal and bad for the beef, he I was given by H. C.Wimberly ] :

; '" 5 or 6 doses of "666" will cure anyII Starke Thursday.See shoots them in the neck with a rifle. Merry games were played ,

.s...,'( case of chills and fever. Price 25c. the fine line of men's neckties at last for only one I midnight. Refreshments i

.' '. The lowly, but nourishing and respected Leviton's. Your choice for one week Group ol Prominent Attorneys. and all had a jolly time. The 1

.. sweet potato is again on our tables. only at 23 cents. week and if you wishto A notable group of South Florida law- ear of corn was found by c
.. I' in Starke Thursday on business Wimberly among the boys. ':
and two yers were
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stallings
. W. D. Finlayson, of Old Town, spent
visited rela share in these exceptional before Judge Wills at circuit court among the girls was found by
of Raiford,
1 Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Dun little daughters, ;
RobertW. mie Knight.E. .
chambers. They were Judge I
r" tives in Starke Thursday.J.
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j ; cp n. bargainsyou Davis and Hilton S. Hampton of, M. Padgett was a visitor .',
, Iili J. T. Wills,Jr., and family,of Waldo, M. Alvarez and family are at home Tampa, and Captain John B. Johnston, I sonville Tuesday.Mr. II i i "

, i II.: pent Sunady with Judge and Mrs.J. T. after spending the summer months at must call be- of Dade City. Captain Johnston has and Mrs. R. L. Black : : ,
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.;j Wills. Magnolia Lodge, their Kingsley lake long been prominent in state politicsand son returned Tuesday from
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I r 1 I; ::. Ginghams, best in the market, 10 bungalow. tween Mondaymorning is one of the leaders of public Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and r .
at Leviton's. Kyanize, a floor finish that will stand thought in his section of the state. Mr. Ethel Ricks, were guests of i t '
( yards for 95 cents, ; -
. f i i 1 the scuff and tread of heavy shoes for and Satur- Hampton is a young lawyer who has Barker, of Baldwin, Sunday. |

. '. : i", Marshal L. H. Austin has been confined sale by Quigley. 9.9.3t achieved much more than the average An ice cream party was 'ct.'.
I to his home this week on account of _.t and folks Mr. and Mrs. E.
I! : day night. meed of success in his profession young by !
Misses: Dea Weeks and Lois Peek have
....'. : illness. Live Oak where has before him a future full of promise, gett. Quite a number were i I : got .,
returned home from ,
:;!''t:' 1 : '.. Miss Mat ie Marvick, of Palatka, was they had been guests of Mrs. A. D. During the same and Judge Davis is none other than the Merry games and music were j _
\; a guest of Mrs. J. R. Davis the first of beloved former congressman from this in until about midnight. All a.

I the week. Williamson.D. week from M o n- district. He has hundreds of friends and themselves as having had. a fine
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3 R. Edwards has moved his family admirers in Bradford county, everyone I

!,: ;; ,' \ confined O. A, Knight to his home, who through has of late illness been,,is from Lawtey to Starke and they are occupying day, Sep. 12, to Sat- of whom will be greatly pleased to know fr;

.,, ,. the Bennett cottage on South that he appeared to be enjoying the very tt
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: t" ;; .... improving. Walnut street. urday Sep. 17 our best of good health on the occasion of
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: ij : For the next two weeks we are offer- his visit Starke Thursday. 4
: Mr. and Mrs. Sam T. Dell, Mrs. J, M. to
: ;I:: i ing calicos, light and dark colors, at 4 Dell and little son, of Gainesville, Miss sale of Men's and i Floorin '

; I!!(!(" .' cents. M. Leviton. lola Liddon, of Ocala, and Mr. Will '
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1'; Mrs. N. E. Mahone's stock of cattle, Stringfelioff, of Starke, are enjoyingthe Boys' Pants will also One Cent a Word I I .. .
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i 4 consisting of about 25 head, was bought week at Kingsley lake, occupyingthe It.I .

1. I \ ty L. C.PoweU; Saturday. Weeks I cottage. be on. During'thissale i I 0 Ceiliiigk. .' ,

, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Bailey, of Savannah The Mothers Club will meet next the following FOR RENT-2 houses, one |6 and one

r ', have been visiting their brother, Wednesday afternoon at 3:80 o'clock at $8 per month. Keys at Mrs. Burn- I tI '

Mr. R. E. Hodges, this week. .the school house. The regular electionof values sed's. W. Lake 8-2C-tf
;, officers will be held and other business extraordinary I Sitmg: .. -.
", a Mrf.John Johnson,who had been here of importance transacted at this FOR SALE-3-bumer blue flame oil

I to buy a tract of land northeast of town, meeting. The attendance of all members will be offered: stove, with oven, cheap. Phone 114. I n

!! r I' ,: Mass.w left Monday. for her home, Worcester, is urgently requested.Mrs. $1.00 Pants $ .79. FOR SALE Klondyke Strawberry I i, f i fill

< ,0'J. Masters plants grown by J. A. Howe. Applyto
.1 W. E. Davis and sons,
w s' Irish potato seed for planting, Redr' Ellery and Bruce, are now pleasantly $1.75 Pants $1.28. Bower Bros.It 9-0-3t .Wi'iiUSII liiiHI
No.4. Price of potatoes
,, Bliss and Rose ensconced in the J. F. Kickliter cottageon FOR SALE 40 acres, S miles northwest ,
!: ; is advancing, better plant a fall crop. Clark street. They will live there $5.00 Blue location 18 20 a. 1111
: I .. Serge of Starke, good or All Gr; es
I I' 1Q. B.1iDll. ,
t of the !
during the coming term High acres cleared ready for plow and .

( i The ,fibrous but saccbariferous sugar School, where the boys are students.Mr. Pants $2.98. plenty of timber, no other improve- & .
J : eane is again at hand,to strengthen the Davis will remain on his farm at ments. Address W.E. Davis, Starke, fJ''tI.. .

, ,1' :i jaw muscles and sweeten the tooth of Heilbronn.W. Big line of Boys' Fla. 2-4-tf 'Terms h ... ,' .,.: :.-

n' the small boy. T. Turner and family, of Long WANTED-Cosmopolitan Magazine requires ..AI'

,t: .. t Master "3. E.." son of Dr. and Mrs. Bridge, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.J. Knee Pants at cor- the services of a representativein 'I' } ....,- .,: ,''.,

' _;1 : J. E. Maines, of Lake Butler who had O. Turner, of Starke, On returning red Starke u: look after subscription re- ; ''

i'f, : 1 i f .' been a guest of Master Eollis Knight, to his home Mr. Turner encountered in responding u newels and to extend circulation by McNair 1|c Son .;.;
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n ; : returned home Monday. his field a rattlesnake 5) feet long and tions. spec methods which have proved unusually ,
: \ 9 inches in circumference, sporting 11 successful. Salary and com r--'J
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Beauford and daughter, Mrs. .. .i ... .
1:1J / ., Mrs rattles, who disputed possession with mission. Previous experience desirable ..,
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i I ;t 1 Leggett, of Hilliard Ga., are guests of. I him and'was' summarily dealt with. The double sale but not essential. Whole time or .. {;{,#: -. WJ
I Mr. and Mrs. Henry IJott. Mrs. Bean.l Phone JS4
1 I Mr. E. B. Freeman and of spare time. Address, with references, .
E I t '! ford is Mrs. Mott's mother. family, coming n e x week 1 "
H. O. Cosmopolitan '
Campbell Maga- .
Jacksonville,were visiting relatives here -
I I i, E. B. Finlayson,of Old Town, a neph the first of the week. Mr. Freeman has will plentyto zine, 1789 Broadway, New York City. :b4..It. --Ii: :;:: :j
': give us .
I of Mrs. E. P. Duncan, is a guest at
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Mr. Finlayson runs as express i' .
; ,,. her home. eral years, and through faithful and efficient do to wait on our if
Branch
I messenger on the Wannee :
serviC3 he has lately been promo- .
:. -: C train. ted to the important position of commercial customers and we .. 9 DEPARTMENT < '
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if There is a rumor that one of our progressive agent, with headquarters at N B .1

Il citizens, seeing how well cow- Jacksonville. x ask those who can 0 J lUll S StfORE: ..

IIi Call and Madison streets are, :
1! I penned Canova & Knight are getting their $ .
: will try to rent the streets for turnip gins and gin houbu in order and expect do so to call earlyin ./1,

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' patches.Gib to-begin operations next week. They J
the week in order
: Holliugsworth has started a shoe I IJt already have a large quantity of cottor '

shop at the stand' north of Kickliter's on hand aud look for an abundance as' : .'
<\ that all have ,
'- store! formerly occupied by his brother. soon as the: roads: are ill better shape may
Mr. Hollingsworth will do good work at They pay as much for cotton as anyone ?

I I!'!( low prices. else and intend that Starke shall prompt attention.M. F, \1

keep up her reputation as a good cottor: '
W. N. :Murdaugh: and Mrs. C, P. Ray

;i j'c" I II; 1'. have had the grass trimmed along the market. a LEVLTON tJ At prices that will intermit .you. 50 styles,

::1 sidewalk and the gutters cleaned out, to Professor. N. Henderson the new, large and small, rockers, djaers, high chairs, "

' I the improvement and better looks of principal of the High School, was expec STARKE, FLA. $ i :; etc. A big line of L( P
.1 1 .. their properties. 'ed to move here this welt; but a lette: a .
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't!L, The proprietors of the Dowling mill from him to J. T. Reaves, his landlord, 'u :JI
Large Tumor Removed. :
of sawdust states that four members of his familyare F'UKJNl'IPURBCarpets
: have spread a thick layer
J:i j'I over the public road in the neighborhood prostrated by illness, and this, of Dr. A.a large H. Freeman tumor from successfully the right leg removed ; ,

I it.. of their property, which greatly inu course, prevented the moving. He says i .>Mrs.. J. W. Batten, of Theresa, :Mon- and Rugs. Small [ down bal- '
school will the 12th yment ,
I begin next Monday,
, ;1\\.. proves that thoroughfare. day. The tumor began its growth six "
,0.: inst., and that he will be in Starke to- months ago and finally became so painful ance on weekly installment t! i Liberal'discount; '
; Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Futch and Mrs. J. morrow, Saturday. as to make walking impossible at seel
for cash. Come in
II : I M. Truby left Wednesday for a weeks' times. The weight of the. tumor after r and ,] hat we can dolor-
I Mrs. Clara Newsom, Mrs. Ona being removed was three quarters of a
f Sapp Better goods for the
and other -
L: f s journ at Waynesville place pound. you. tine money, or the
and Miss Vera left for
Sapp
Tuesday
1 ii North Carolina. Mrs. Truby while goods for less .J '
: i the old home same money. Try us. .
J Mulberry, of the first
For
Sale. .
ii t : there will be a guest of her daughter, : .Fi
named ladies, and where Miss Vera Sapp The has for sale scholar-' ,
I:, Mrs J. W. Killian. Telegraph a ,
1 goes to teach a term of school. They ship in Columbia College Lake City. .
if 1; M. W. Lee, Jr., of Jacksonville, ar- were accompanied to Starke by Messrs. Pupils intending to attend that institution To Suit the Taste of Elbry One. y'
I rived in Starke Tuesday and was met bj B. J. and M. J. Sapp and Miss Eva will do well to address this office. DRY GOODS See Our :
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.1"; his father, M. W. Lee, Si., of Lakeside,, Crews, of New River. Miss Crews will Big 1 and Winter Line.. .r

i' .. with whom the young man who hold spend a few days with her aunt, Mrs. T. W. SWEAT '
.fi. .
r a good position in the metropolis, will Della Weeks, of this city. Dealer In If the person who left $t.70 with us for groceries Monday Will call wit his advertisement by September -. "

Fpend a short vacation. lath, he will receive a pound of our 250 coffee free of charge .
Card ol Tbanls. Hides Furs sad Skins. i iON
I'' Ti.Ti or OHIO;cl'or TOLioo. **"' We, the pupils of the Lake Butler ,

Frank Cheney LCCJUJ CoraTTi'make oath that hrs wnloiTULrtaer Normal School class, wish to publicly Highest market price paid. THE ROAD Another big lot of Clothing that will suit you for price$tid. quality Mr. Hull wm>e :
the firm of K.J.I'henvj Cu., ao in *
of store with
appreciation of the efforts Florida. to burn. They needed the
tug basin**In the Oily of Toledo iv.an j MAKt ezpreasour of Starke, '
afo1't'MJd. and thn aitid firm will ptijtJew ? ; V money, we had it, and the result is that we will soon open up a stock of (
;".i j ,; &tr HUNDrlKO DOLLAKiS ...ri our teacher, Prof. T. B.Hartig.; The Closing to fit every .one --Jtfr. .;
ONE vr
F uf Hull knows bargains, you bet, and you will get bargains to a finish. Be '
't' and very case Catarrh that cannot he cur< algebra class especially wish to thank reafi before the rush.
F t>/ ta\t u* 0 Hill's Catarrh CnrnFLUNK prix::CLABK. THO8.IT.nZLDXXO.Clark ,
f J. CHKNET.t him for his patient assistanceat the "
+ worn to before rae and,..auWnL.-d noVKrt night class. & Fielding, I To tell you that a e received word from Mr. Hull *
at
: "t'>,this tith day of D iEh-r.A., F> lex. JUST IN TIME ton and he has purchased!
", r 1 .. .- lblAU A.1.w. tLLArONOTA RT tr HUC.H ;:. Rhona McDonald, Eyder McDonald, Lawyers.: about four carloads of crisp, new, u -tcHiate Toys and I iatmas Goods,judging from "

f V51S .U',Catarrh Core i*tan lun w I\l t.a1t Mamie Parrish, Mary E. Estep, InapCrewf Practice in all Courts, State and Federal the list. This store will bwarm with new things. New prices will follow. it us often and Inspect.the '.
sea direct y on Hind t ie> for hid tv-nmomnN ami nn"tm- Bertice Gnann, Berta Green, I new things. I.

: : "'s'" of tbto II'f.-ro.F. J. CHJKSEY &CO.. Tu.*dc:,O. Pearl Ware. Pearl Hall, Ernest Wells Offices over Gainesville National Bank

"'?.';.."I i" _-' -' Take PotdbYaU Salt's Dntggtets Family ruIa.t5c.for wnstfpstion. Claude Adtinj: Henry Driller paint sville. Ha. I

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