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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 16, 1910
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOL. XXXII. STARKE, FLORIDA, SEPTEMBER. 16 1910. i ) N0.'12 {

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T' 8168 SCHOOL CONFEDERATE WOMAN'S MEMORIAL WAYWARD GIRL MEETS TRAGIC DEATH SHALL a/ BLAZE MONDAY KOBRIXG. i: LIVELY ; 'IOHT ; Mi "


OW Contribotlons Solicited by Veterans H line 01 DeVItt t. Jones Scene of the .


OPENED MONDAY. Worthy Cause. at ** Fire. from the flue : ;

To Confederate Veterans, Sons of Vet- Hattie Skipper Thrown From Automobile in Jacksonville Early of Monday the kitchen noon of DeWitt sparks C. Jones' residence V1TIIIrARATfLER.i Y .

and Friends of the Cause
erans :
<# At a meeting of the :Florida Divisionof Sunday Morning and Dashed to Death Against a Tree. on Nona street, set fire to the \

1+ INTERESTING! EXERCISES MARKED Confederate Veterans at Live Oak roof and there was soon a lively blaze. :
: 'HAD
JOHN 8fALKf HARROWING
Messrs. E. W. Stewart,Archibald Johns s
October 22nd, a report was read by General Miss Hattie Skipper, who for the past i Jones drove out to the Edwards road- "
i [ OF NEW TERM. and Cosmo Alvarez saw the blaze and
BEGINNING Jewell chairman of the committee, year had lived in Starke with her par house and collected what information tf.. .
climbed on the roof where tore '
they
op ,
whose duty it is to raise funds to erect a ents, having come here from Live Oak, they could concerning the wreck. Afterwards ti. 1
off and .
shingles dashed water.
on t
f Enrollment monument in the state of Florida in was killed in an automobile accident in they visited Beasley, who was

of Second Day Readied memory of the noble women of our Jacksonville early Sunday morning At the wheel of the il-fated car when Judge Dekle then arrived with his gar- WoKe Up to FJfd Snake} Bed lift! .

t i' 302, Largest In History of ,; state rificed, those while women the Confederate who served and soldiers sac- while "joy riding" with another woman the crash came, and secured his version den drant hose, and, which by playing he attached upon the to fire the witha hy- Him But $aped I I.ijary From, .

and two young men. of the accident Beasley claiming at the I t
School. stream from the hose it was soon extinguished. It
fought and suffered and died for a noble A few months ago the young woman time that none of the party had been Uow Mme Visitor.

cause. was married to Arthur Griffig, a(well drinking and that the accident was due $: '"
Meanwhile the alarm hat: been given
.t The High School opened Monday This righteous; labor of loving mem- known young citizen of Lawtey, but altogether to a miscalculation on his .
and the fire company arrived, Dr. A. H. John Walke ho lives & mile south
morning with an attendance of 270 ory to our war women has lagged and they lived together for only a short time i ; .
part.This Freeman towing the hose cart with his of Raiford, naif; Inn experience with a
;f pupils, and Tuesday morning the num- dragged its way through our reunionsfor and she returned to the home of her parents morning, it was announced, an '
automobile, but there was then little or rattlesnake SuajHy night that be does
", ber reached 302, the highest number on years. It comes up once a year at in Stark: About two weeks ago I, inquest will be held over the body of I ;
no more to do to the fire. not care to ha s repeated.\ He awoke
r' record for the second day ota term. our conventions and then it is laid to sbe went to Jacksonville against the. Mrs. Griffis. She was a woman of but I ;
The damage by the flames, thanks to during the Digl ; ith the cammy feel-
quick and well directed work on the ing of a snake Brawling over his feet
:; ed with more ceremony than has been, We Meet Again. absent from home at the time. tfacksonvilla but a short time. Telegrams -
part of the extinguishers, was very and stepped out' pf bed; as quickly aa he
-i'' the case on any former occasion and a In the Live Oak reunion the delegates The Jacksonville Times-Union of Monday have been sent to her husband,

"r t'..larger number of patrons were present from J. J. Dickison Camp, of Starke, contains the following account of who is said to lire in Lawtey, and to slight. could. He mai' iged. tr: light the lamp + '
Allen Wilson, hearing the alarm a and put onhiaoe&. He then lookedfor
'r'than! consisting of W. T. Weeks! Captain, ended her life her ;
ever before. An attractive and the tragedy that : father, but up to date no arrangements
considerable distance from the fire, ran the snake, o: rt it could not be found.
,:i elaborate program had been arranged, and Lieut. J. W. Nichols, pledged the One woman was killed outright another have been made for the funeral.
towards it at a gait that soon overheatedhim i He began to thiik the occurrence had
4? consisting of tongs and addresses, the amount of fifty dollars for the benefit of was badly injured and two young Mrs. Nettie Fernandez was the wife '
and he fell exhausted opposite the been a dream oc ly and was stoat to
a,y following gentlemen making short ad- the above named fnnd, and to redeemour men narrowly escaped death in an auto- of Joe Fernandez, formerly a cigarmaker go ';.
Commercial Hotel. He was carried to bed again, wen. aa he took the coverlet '1
K dressei: Rev. F. C. Edwards, Prof. W. pledge we are appealing to the Con mobile accident which occurred on Tal of this city. Her name has come be- ,
I home by Dr. Freeman and to shake it he found the
soon recovered rat, snake
I' N. Henderson, Rev. L. W. Kickliter, J. federate veterans of Bradford county leyrand avenue just opposite Edwards' fore the public on a previous occasion in ,

"" N. Langford, W. Lake, Hon. D. E. and to the sous of veterans and friendsof roadhouse. between 2 and 3 o'clock yes- connection with a court fight over the a five-foot rattl 1 r:, under it. His gun

.. Knight, Rev. L. A Cunningham, Rev. the cause they represent to contribute terday morning, when a big touring car I possession of a child. The child, after V. (C;. T. 0. Meeting.The stood in a COIn- and be ranto get it, a
but the snake leaving business in the
4E.. J. Gates, Rev. Sam. J. White. The to this fund. in which the party was "joy riding," the court proceedings, was sent to a con W. C. T. U. met Monday at 3:30
same direction was there before himaUdcolledljln
addresses as well as the songs were excellent In appealing to you we are not asking swerved from the road, dashed into a vent at Tampa, but, it is asserted, was o'clock, having changed their. meetingto "
front of the
; and much enjoyed by the audi- aims, nor do we want a contributionthat tree at high speed and was demolished.The later spirited away by the father. Mrs. once a week. There were present! gun
The wife
ence. does not come as a free will offer woman killed was Mrs. Arthur Griffis and Mrs. Fernandez lived together -
twenty members and two visitors. The and tbe younger"-' .., a '
''j The school opens under most favor ing of loving memory from men who Griffis, of 625 West Ashley street, formerly at 625 West Ashley street, a house of hour and a quarter spent in session was [iy fried -
lustily
able and cherish the deeds of the noblest women Miss Hattie of Starke which the r
auspices a successful term is Skipper, latter is said to be the pro- taken business
by topic, campaign fI'to
up which set the do< bar king.
confidently expected. that ever lived in this or any other land. The great impact when the car struck prietress. '. .
and discussions! of the different
songs Finding it im bio to reach the gun"
The faculty consists of Prof. W. N. Poets have sung the e.toof their the tree hurled the woman head fore This is not the first time H. B. Beas of the work.

I Henderson, principal, teacher the 11thI' ,, loyalty, historians have written of their most from her seat in the tonneau. Her I ley has figured in an automobile bcci- phases These women have labored and striven with his hand i r r. Walker bethought
himself of dient. Of
an ex of
and 12th grades. courageous spirit of service and sacri head struck the tree with such force : dent. On September 11 he was arrestedby | a piece ,
hard achieve in their
very to success hay wire he madV.a hook which he fastened
Miss Ruth Snmner, of Dade City, 9th fice, the artists have given them a place that her skull was fractured and her '' Patrolman Jesse Greek and held in and rewarded -
work
'I' are now being by to the encS1 of rod ,
a fishing and
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and 10th grades. upon the heroics of canvas, but the men neck broken. She was placed m another custody for a short time on a charge of the of the Union
membership
seeing
1
Miss Maoma Hill, 7th and 8th grades. i of the South have yet to give expressionof automobile and rushed toward a hospital careless driving. He had run by and than douMed. also deftly poking tro hook through the-
more They have guard of the he drew it triumphantly ,
Miss Myra Newsom, 5th and 6th their loving gratitude. but died on the way. I "side swiped" an automobile used by number of business honorary gpi. -
quite a men as ::
to him: *He aimed and fired
5, grades. Contributions to this fund may be :Mrs. Nettie }Fernandez of 625 West I Edward L. Carroll, civil engineer in the members.Let j

Miss Olive Ray, 4th grade. left with the following persons: E. S. Ashley street, the other woman occupant employ of the city. The case was compromised all who believe in state-wide prohibition and-missed-the .iptiie. The gun wa -
a singlebarrelshells there
# Mill Lois Peek,-3d grade. Matthews or W. T. Weeks, Starke; J. I out of court. Beasley is a were no more-
wrecked automobile .
of the was seriously give in their names at once and
in the hou '
I :Miu Lottie Warren, 2i grade. W. Nichols, Raiford; John Croft, Lake injured iu the wreck. One of) I I youth of probably 21 years. aid this noble cause by organized eft" 11. .

Miss Sinah Millen 1st grade A. Butler; T. J. Durden, Hampton) ; ,D. J. the small bones of her leg was broken I In his statement to the officers yesterday A vote of thanks was given Mr. Morgan It nrUy-look :e 'the make would '
take possession oWalker's the house but all Mr. J
Miss Louise Fripp,lst grade, B. Byrd, Brooker. and she suffered innumerable cuts and I Beasley said that he was on his way for the eloquent and forceful lecture '.

", Of the above Misses Olive Ray Lois It is desired to raise the $50 pledged bruises about her head, and body. She cityward when the accident occurred."I given, in the ,interest of the -cause resou 1 were not yet ex- -.

Peek, Lottie Warren and Louise Fripp by J..J. Dickieon Camp in time for the was carried cityward and placed in the was driving the car and we were going 'Sunday evening at the Methodist pez ded. He still had ,his trusty. hoe, )
mhichhekngwb f
to wield. He hunt-; .
( have. taught in the High School before next regular meeting of the Camp,which care of Dr. Frederick Bowen. In communication at a speed of between twentyfiveand church. Though not advertised as a
.
ed and ..
will be held in Starke on Tuesday, Sep U up good many Jickc at. '.
miles hour. When
and have given general satisfaction. with the Times-Unior>rofHce thirty an we temperance meeting, the house was snake aft '

Professor W. N.. Henderson, the principal tember 27th, at 10 o'clock a. m. All last night, Dr. Bowen stated that while struck the curve by Elwards' half way t I|. filled to overflowing, which shows how the succeeded,in who killi it.around the room, "

report that the members of his members of the Camp are urgently requested -'the woman's injuries were not serious, house, I ran out too far, saw my error and much his sermons are enjoyed by those The hullabal ., 1
attendant
family who had been flare fast.improv- to attend this meeting and in they were of a very painful nature. turned the front wheels in. The car who are so fortunate as to attend. The discovery of i the [ ler upon the .

Ing and that they will soon move here. the meantime to belp in raising I our con- skidded, struck the tree and that is was heard byaI1"
the two lecture able and
The male companions wom- was post convincing the dogs inmasters the ighborhood. Their- .
h .A number of pupils, who'had intended tribution to the Woman's Memorial H. B. 339 West Adams about all I know." and rendered in Mr. Morgan's usual -
en were Beasleyof: i were aw: [ened by. their bark- -f ,
to come herewith Mr. Henderson, Fund. Beasley explained that the curve was and.
street, and a young man named pleating style. ing hearing [gun fired at Walker's

have not yet arrived, as on account? of W. T. WEEKS, Calhoun. The two are employed by the I quite sharp and that it was very dark. The' members of the Union take this place, hastened ere with guns and ,

the delayed moving of his family and Commander J. J. Dickieon Camp. He stoutly maintained that neither he dogs to assist hi;. but did not arrive
firm and the of those who
: same Jacksonville automobile I opportunity thanking contributed until the battle w: over i
the temporary upsetting of his other nor the others of the party had been I the The collection
I in which they were riding was to cause. --
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plans, it was thought best that they Scbool Board Proceedings. the property of the firm. Beasley, who drinking and that the accident was not amounted to $d.40, which will be usedin *Or.r.

postpone their coming until board: can The school board met September 5th was! driving the car, escaped without injury due to carelessness. the cause of temperance in our home Rev. Jones, of jwtonAlal. Florida'irBaptitt

be secured for them beforehand. with all members present. :Minutes of other than a severe shaking. up. From the appearance of the wreckage town. evangelism i commenced a revival

last meeting adopted. Calhoun was less fortunate and was put the officers believe that Beasley under Let all members be present next Mon. meeting here wit [the Baptist brethren

?' QUARTERLY MEETING AT HAMPTON. Resignation of W. C. Barclay, super. under the care of Dr. W. M.: Stinson. estimated the speed at which he was day, Sept. 19th, at 3SO:; o'clock, at the last Sunday. Re Jones is well fitted r

visor of Elarbee school, accepted. I His condition yesterday afternoon led to traveling, that he must have been running Methodist church. for his calling an< [it will do you good to

Following Saturday Horning Serrlce Upon motion Roberts school was re the belief that he might have been injured at a forty mile clip when the crash This Union, or at least a number of hear him. Next day, tbe 18th the ,

Basket Dinner Will Be Served. established. internally, but it is stated that his came. The accident is the first fatal the members, will visit Hampton next meeting will pro bly close, and as you

Report of J. L. Brown on New Zion'I one of the kind reported in this city in cannot afford
[j* Friday, Saturday and Sunday, September hurts are not serious. Saturday, the 17th, for the purpose of to : j.iss hearing him you
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school accepted. Thtantomobile itself $1,400E. many mouths. Woman's Christian Temperance would better com next Sunday
16 17 and 1$, the third quarterly a new organizing a [ ,

T' meeting of the :Methodist church Treasurer's report examined and found M. }I'. car,was completely demolishedin ACCIDENT SAYS COIIONEKS JURY.I Union at that place.S. J. C. Byrd ha bis his automobile

will takeplace at Hampton. Besides correct. the wreck. According to a.statement I I The coroners jury empannelled Wednesday experience last 1: dar. He started to
S. Institute at I Church.
Baptist
the! business session there will be ad. All schools are expected to open on I made by the owner of the car last night/; II to inquire into the cause of Hat- Lake Butler on \\ stress end had two ,

*JOfessek and speaking by Presiding ElderT. the first Monday in October, and all the it was damaged almost beyond repair. tie Skipper's death returned a verdict Regular services will begin at the chances, one in a :ggy and one in an /I

: J. Nixon ant Revs. Howard Dutil teachers are expected to equip them- The tree against which the machine exonerating H. B. Beasley, who was Baptist church next Sunday morning.i auto. Of course [he took the latter.

selves with register and necessary report I i The pastor urges the members of the On the the chine
and E. J\ Gates. crashed at terrific speed was splintered, driving the automobile, from blame for way ran into a bog
blanks before opening. The church to be present, as the services will and stuck. Fro :he he
The tervices Friday will be limited to cracked and barked by the blow. t i the accident. | way talks, if

a meeting at 7:30 +p. m. Satur- Bills examined: and warrants drawnin accident occurred almost directly in i I The body of the unfortunate girl was be of special interest. : he cannot get a se and buggy next

day prayer after a'sermon, dinner will be payment as follows: front of Edwards roadhouse and numbers -i not claimed by relatives and remained Wednesday night of next week, Sept. time he will wed as he does not like

'. forenoon 47.43: L W Kicklit, m.inU-r U ard--____I 4 00 of people ran to the scene of the : at the undertaking establishment' of : 21, Rev. Louis Entzminger, the Sunday the idea of puliir an auto out of the '
served: on the rounds. Sunday -3.4 D W Pin oLstir. _____ __ 5 tV I
tne sermon will be followed by 740Jl..BroWll ._ .____ U W4T41JCP accident when the crash was heard. I Marcus Conant until Wednesday, when 'j school field secretary of the :Florida mud. t i .

'the Lori' sapper. 4V4J; : .T U lipell.ppt41salary------------------, ottiofXJM; 'u!' .____-__. 1'.0(0 150 The unconscious form of :Mrs.: Griffis Virpie Carlilse, another resident of the Baptist Convention, will begin a Sunday '
4743Volf.neun & Oo, material .__... 10 Ul restricted district volunteered to '! school: institute in the Baptist church To Atl&f,I Uolle;city
.u automobile and give
another
At 7:30 p. m. Presiding Elder Nixon 4744 A J GnlSs. tt'nching----------------- 40 IU) was put into i Mr. Ray WhiJe: Jon
I of Mr.
and hold two servicee each to and Mrs.
day
Will preach in the Methodist chu/ch at 4743 IVnjumin Brannen material-------- 78 hurried toward a hospital. The unfortunate : &JOO;; to pay the bnriakexpenses and save up
474B M PMatheny, nail---------------- ft) Simple !I and including Sunday. All friends of J. W. White, I shortly leave for .
field.
from the
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Starke. 4747 A A Ha7en, brick------------------- 125; woman died en route, however, the body paupers' I
4748! E J Ward, material ...n___' __. 1721 the turned over to Marcus services were held in the chapel at i Sunday school work are cordially invited Gainesville, wh$ he will take a regu'jjirereity .. .'1.i
and body was .
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loan.. ___ .
4749 Bradford Co Bank ft! -) 25 tar thd
'n''' course in
to attend all the services. This \ of Florida
OOHl.NG MILL establishment and the ,
SUCHF.CCIDENT AT 47."iO Bradford Co Bankinterra4 lO Conaut. undertaker. Other members of the undertaking
4751 J L Brown, c<4'ItIlJl1itt.work ....___- :.' ,.) I buried in "Woodiawn I Sunday school meeting:, in addition to after which it ial intention. to study
ill fatd body was cemetery. ,
475CLra: Hunt teuching--------- 4 Ui the "joy party": .were brought I
j John Feriter Git His Sleeve Caught In ,4753 T J PopiH-11 ._.hmmu t. t\J to the city in other cars while the wreckof 1! "She was a beautiful girl and only 18i stressing Sunday school work, will be I law. \ i

SUB DISTRICTS. i I bear think her I evangelistic iu nature and will prepare I Mr. White gr4dthe ted with honors at
old. cannot to of t
9 Machinery. _______. the machine: was left scattered about years
book _
; 5904 Tomlmson & Maine, :23: 3d! : conclusion cl he last
:. 905 J W Morgan book.---------------- 3 17 the roadside. { body being; given;; 10 the paupers' field," the way for the protracted meeting ( terra of the
John Feriter, who runs the board KOrt Ada :;imwo, tt-achinj.. ;_ _00.__....__.. 25 00 t which will begin Monday night Sep- High School anfl ater took a normal .
; mill boo: :'I1a.r\'&...tt'1' .___ ,. 15 i w In response to a report telephoned into i! was the only explanation that V irgie I
trimming machine at the Dowling uu-- temter 2t<;. Further course for the !18 ike of
bOO A S Reino hI" .onuo_ 45 (Hi the sheriff's office Chief Deputy Os- Carlisle had to offer for her charitable : announcements r reviewing his
had sleeve of his left arm to 5909 Marvin Conner _. 35 10SO studies and
the
jacket .. --- -- I about the meeting will be made later. althfnljh the percentage
required
5910 D D Davis __ ._.___uu_ CO' car Nolan and Deputy Sheriff frank act.
catch in one oftbe l: chains that convey 5<11 A J Grlffis .. _______--_,.__ 20 (MI l I for obtahi, fc a first grade certificate -
5912 H Wiggins .. UOtM\ i Presbvterlan (Church; Directors
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the boards to the dryer early Tuesday was as Liffht U 85. ha
: 5iU3:: Union Scuool Yarn Co books------- (nl I -. received the

morning. His hand was drawn under 5\1a Sills "" "" ..-.. -. ;:27 27 (W o As ta Street Workln. Large Rattler Killed. --I I Rev. Wm. T. Morgan, Minister. certificate with :t difficulty.: This

tt the chain and the result would have 5' 1t\ T J Poop-ll ft'a<.' ---------------------w--- --- M> ('IJ W. B. Kuhl has run the road machineover J. J. Sontherlon, of the Lake Butler Phone 50.Sabbath. I proves that he sees a scholarlymind
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(tl
been' Bad M Feriter quickly SUIT Clara Hunt School, U:4,) a. m., Sunday.J. ability 44 .
serious not ;
5P18 S B Ca'on. trtight-------------------- 3 III several of thel streets this week, section, writes the Telegraph of a narrow .capacity, for hard

grabbed the chain with his right hand :54wtnionSchoolFarnCobrokr.3150.'l''O : .. .. __ .HI 5i' cleaning the gutters; and smoothing the escape he had the other day from M. Truby. Superintendent. mental work a. bright future for
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torelfase the M\ and succeeded iu tear. !I.I1: .. _'oo u_ 31 50 I roadway. He was followed by men I being! bitten by large rattler.: He was Preaching Services: 11 a. m. and 7:30p. him may confid$ be expected. An- f

jjng, }ff the sleeve. He escaped with a .W>:3*! C L C A Douberly.PinhoLster.>r.bn teaching---()cv-----------------___ 35 3 MMr. uO who finished the work where the grader ; pulling, corn among heavy peavinpg, m. Every fourth Sabbath morning other valuable ;.in his favor ia his *

epltiin'which lay him for sometime 5o2'd S W Duboeo. work-_----_- ---- 5(10The at Hawthorne.v modesty, conrterfyl d kindness
w up I could not touch and who cleaned oat'the when his dog came up and crawled in which twill
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,.. board adjourned ; the first entrances to the culverts. If the among the dues to lie down a few feet Christian Endeavor Society, 3":SO p. procure frien, for him wherever i ;

'Death ot r Mrs. Lillebrldce.T Monday in October.: grader was run oftener it could do bet anead of Mr. Southerlon. The dog suddenly m., Sunday. Cosmo Alvarez, Presi he goes. I .
J. C. POPPELL. dent. -r
T ter work as it would encounter only gave a yelp and sprang out. Next From Scbool i .
,, Died at her home, southeast of Starke, Secretary and Co. Supt.Cbrlstlan comparatively loose dirt.: When the the sharp sound from a rattlesnake was Prayer and Bible Study, 7:30 p. m., :,jnt laid PosUf a. .
Phi
,v 12th Mrs. Mary Sigma Qjlfcge, Melrose, Fla.
Monday
September Wednesday.
allowed to the sod becomes heard and a large rattler was found
is
grow
Emma LUlebridge, wife of E. Lille. Cburcb. grass Sunday School Teachers' Meeting, 4 Prof. Loooeyli| attached "to hit '1
too tough for a two-horse graderto coiled ,np and ready' for business. JL Thursday. school
Jbrldge, after a,shirt illnes Th de- Preaching cervices every second and over rail and the snake p. m. a businessjcSbse in Telegraphy, tf
: *' do much more than simply drag :, was procured was J I Ladies' Aid Society, Tuesday 3 p. m. ,
ceased. wa 43 ytare of age and a native fourth Sunday. should not be allowed on soon despatched.The Mrs. Mary C. Hull, President. etp.g. ,
rt lot, $ relatives school Sunday morning Hitching posts Now, young n* for only an
hodd Island. Of near Sunday every snake had A cordial invitation is extended to everyone extra
rattles and
side of the as they in- seven was
the street gutters
10 o'clock. who baa no church home $5 a month, nni&h'To ceufte!
ih.le&1' I to mourn her departure her *r to worship Literary
zr Bible with the grader. The mass of the largest seen in that neighborhood
and study terfere Sice
: Prayer meeting every with us. and Business, at s and
: Her
husband and twi tons. many evening at ? o'clock. boards, brush and tin can raked out of step forth /
Thursday in years. It was very large in circumference from school
rigbtifcto
;1.5" >.tztlitita made her beloved among All are cordially invited, and mem. the gutters tella why they are so often Episcopal Coon t pftyingporitiotu

.?f. $Ja'f circle of friends, who mourn her ben are requested to be present. dammed up and made ineffective. Some and had evidently just swallowed Come on Don't' fhecitate at uch an f '

knd'STtopttkize with the bereaved fata- L. A. CtxMSGHAM, Pastor. of the gutters, instead of being made A rabbit. The circumst.ance-that the Sunday September 4th, 1910, 15th 'opportunity. tf '
deeper at each-worUn>r, should be partly I after Trinity. We the /
Sunday 1 h -
t417 The interment took place at Kin?*- 1 filled up and when a culvert pipe is laidit dot first discovered the dange ou"reptile I open inst The:achool '

t.J, ;ley; cecsettrj Tuesday, Rev. L; W. : Adreot Clmrcb. should be placed a little below the. probably saved Mr. Southerlon's Sunday School 9:30. faculty will-ana* on the'14th from,1

.,, 1cklltercondactin'the' : funtral c?ref. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:80.p. m. bottom of the ditch, not above it.,, as is Morning prayer 11:00 Atlanta. Adamite catalogue e, G o. .r ',

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t c. p PATTERSON QUITS I I, __ REVENUE SEIZURES. DEMOCRATS i I EXPLOSION-----ON SHIf!\./; FIRES 38 BULLET CHA;CTER LEAD,

'115 PlarU, Worth About $8,000, Raided 1 Four Men Killed and Vine' InjuredOn j. M'Call Died Suddenly,. .

TENNESSEE RACE In One Month. 'STAtE Dreadnaught. INTO HIS' BRAIN St. Augustine ,."...
T' a montMy report of the intern" Another of those tragedies which .. by a disagreeable!
j' revenue agent's work, of whom James go to show that the sailor /:Offers his : went to the home of

a. rfurber Jt .cfiftf in Georgia, for the life to his country in tlmejpf peaceas on Anastasia IB
w \W Not Bar Way of Blifi- month: of August, 'has. just lateen com Republicans u well as 'In time of war, vfas enacted lames S. Haile, Express Messenger m'lea down the cai.

pltUd. \ Friday In the dreadnaoght, North Augustine and fourd the

cratie Succss. I During Angnat''i1 'distilleries were suits of Late Dakota, about 10 points from Nor Ends Life. n He had evidently d

tired by revenue agents, eighty-six folk, Va., in lower Chesapeake bay. several days ago. and '
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{ 1 -- plants being located inJ'Qeorgia and when an explosion of oil and ensuing FO decomposed that it 11'1-

,: i. !I.I THE PARTY IS PARAMOUNT : twenty-nine in Alabama**:. ; A Ere cost tbe lives of three men and I'YOUNG MAN DESPONDENT for the boatmea

,1, t, The value of the atilfe-t .. destroyed DEMOCRATIC more or less serious injury to nine building. Buzzards had -

i ,. { amounted to about X9,000 Fifteen arrests otfiers, including Chief Lieutenant way Into the lonely: hoi
t. Governor of Tennessee. Withdraws wen made ad sixty-five warrants Per. the First Time Orrin G. Murfln. Sent Ball Crashing Into His Right I inroads upon the decay!sq

'. were sworn out for parties supposed The Pine Tree While Hit Bed at ,'
Prom the Race for Governorship tc The accident: happened far from Temple Lying on <
I j ;' Prevent Probable Lost 6f Stets tc to be engaged in the work of Grand Old Party any shore and for several hours the the Grand View Hotel-Body Sentto who had lived rn.

. i I I I Republicans-His Stormy Career. Illicit whiskey making. the Democrats. wildest rumors circulated to the efftct Camden, S. C., for Interment. years visited "':..
i Of the eighty-six distilleries seizedIn of a week ago, and al
that the Delaware, sister ship : secured :
Governor M. R. Patterson has Georgia, two were found in Fulton
withdrawn
' '" the North Dakota, had been blown up. James 1.. Halle, aged 25 years employed provisions It Is thought t&dl..
from the race to. succeed him. county. Four successftjp raids were while -
entering hIs
Admiral Seaton Schroeder. for h
Rear
at an express ibeaatnger .
nit aa governor of Tennessee Governor made In Campbell county four or five bad
ccmmandlng the Atlantic fleet, Friday the Southern Express Company tent broken through
Patterson was Vie nominee of Haralson county and three in Troup art
jn succinct bullet into his head with Undertaker! Ponce "
made the following a craahlfig &
I the "regular" faction of tae democrati Dawson. Rabun, Habersham, Pickens,
statement of the accident. suicidal Intent at JacKsonville in a down to inter the
i, Gllmer. Pike and Jasper county earn ;
1 party and has bem-bitterly I
opposed in the Grand View Hotel. Con j. / was a member of''
10:30 and 11 o'clock oil room
r 1 bf the produced a yield and in some instances "Between
independent-stato-wide
pro- 3 North Dakota stant brooding< over his Inability to of the Republic, barb
f hibIUon two., from room No. in the
1 democrats who. In eoaiitionr
Alabama's twenty-nine give-up caught fire while the first squad leave strong drink alone is believed the Civil war with a Jllaac
',vn ; It M' to have led the young man to comma and officers of the G :
.:t came from Randolph Clebura Walker ren of the Atlantic fleet was making ,
t-t1!; 1,; C Forsyth and Jefferson countiesone passage ? from the Southern drill the rash! act.Employees. which he belonged were no/
':" ,i ,i of the seizures being within the grounds' to Hampton Roads. Under a in the kitchen of the hoe t

': f shadows cast by Birmingham's tall request from the commander of th Ui were startled by a report of a pistol '.
.. buildings. North Dakota the commander-in-chie t coming from one of the rooms St Augustine Sued. ;

;t. L LF of the fleet Immediately ordered the ab+rve. An investigation was begun Thompson, of Phfad4C f

;; rt .y.Rc'ts North Dakota to leave the fleet for with the result that Halle's body was a filed the d3claratios ot 45

LEAD PENCIL CAUSED DEATH. matlon and the battleship New Hampshire found on the bed in his room. He was $ e suit In the Circ t

ft ::; put near to render assistance undressed and blood was Sowing from l the United States against ttaC

': "Jackie" Sent to the Unknown By a t Inc case tsey could be of service. a gaping wound over his right teniplo. Augustine alleging her i)'
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.. Jab of the Weapon. "No assistance was necessary and He was alive when found tart It. Thompson was kilted ..

- The stub of a lead pencil was the I by 11:30 o'clcck the fire on the North unconscious. The revolver a Colt's on the part of the-.
.j. i [!, vreapon which brought death to Albert I Dakota was under control. S3-callber. such as is used by express e bill was entered by Atto ;!j
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r'T J Curren, of the Jackie gunboat Han- "It has not yet been ascertainedhow messengers on the railway was found a Dewhnrst, counsel for. th|.c;,

: 1 cock. Curren had obtained a leave of the fire started, although k i ii beside him. P Mrs. Thompson sets up dull:
; absence to visit his sister in Brooklyn not believed that the accident was Dr. F. D. Harwell was summoned o er 30, 1909. her husband

j 1; N. Y. due to any carelessness of the men and did everything to save the young a bicycle on Granada attest
J" mans life, but he died hour from
:; In a saloon near home he became on the North Dakota. A board of Inquiry one G compelled to cross a Irene)
Lie time he fired the fatal shot.
; engaged with John Schmidt, an ac- was named to Investigate the it over which some loo e:
qaaintance, in a lively discussion as accident" The police were notified when the P laid. She avers that thi--: .,
i to the merits of the battleships ol shooting occurred, and Detectives J. p her husband to receive..

:t Germany and the United States. I GENERAL Mrs. Frances E. Beanca- C. Crawford and J. R. Lyons and p usd her husband to recelvt!:
: \ tI I Schmidt declares Curren struck him. r. NEWS limo of Lexington; Ky., Officer R. E. Copeland went to the ho rl : caused Injuries from which

L:: I (Schmidt said he did not realize that I: NOTES state president of the Wmen's ) tel and.. investigated the case. I. '
I he had a lead pencil In his clinched 1 Christian Temperance Union, The" bodv- of the young- -: man. was

I i.I. P; i hand when, resenting Curren's attack, r-W. ;: and widely known In woman's club! tuined over to Funeral Directors I 1 For River Work .

i'' GOVERNOR PATTERSON he struck back. The blow caught circles anrounced her candidacy forcongress Chas. A. Clark Company, who prepared : R. Spalding of the" enh,

4 Curren on the neck and the pencil Maine went' in that tne seventh congress- it for burial and sent it to ,! gt ,' corps. U. S. A., opened 'bids
t I ::with the republicans elected a stat pierced his jugular vein. effected Frederick W. sio&al district. The principal plank in Camden, S. C., the young man's former Fla.. for the dredgfaj 'fl
81el
'ri t: lI lcl&ryla.t month defeating a tickt -
4 her:: platform is directed against the home. Johns river, *
t Ii let for which Governor Patterson made goats a democrat, elof on the left s1Ce
t strenuous campaign of the state. set the hitherto solid liquor traffic. ofCi from the west side ofj
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,4i Governor Patterson, In his address .39 PERISH WHEN gressional delegation Urban Fleming, of Holyoke, Mass., WHERE IS HE P street to Hogans creek' P. '.
9 : Announcing his withdrawal, declares and possibly all four was unanimously reelected president S, Ross (incorporated) of Set1 1

L i ''he will not be an obstacle In the way and to the surprise of 'the International Spinners' Union,! Mystery Surrounds Disappearance of s was the lowest hiaaerr" this .'

1',1 'f his party's success at the polls, nor FERRY BOAT SINKS leaders, democratic fur a fifth term at the closing session Jacksonville Man. CO having agreed to dredge lie '
tD. of the annual convention. Aaron K. Basham, ex city council- 44 yards at $2.64 .
lican the returns
\ h. willingly contribute in any per cubic
EII1 to the possibility of success of ability that the The population of Kingston. N. Y., !rain of Jacksonville Fla. formerly y the other bidders was

republicans in ,Tennexsee. Howithdraws Disastrous Accident Reported ture will be Is 25,908:: an increase of 1,373, or i G connected with the Hunter Lumber of New York who was the

J ( 1n the interest at harmony will surely have a per cent as compared with 24.535 in Company, but recently a retired clti- ae bidder. His bid was _

l and that democratic factions may get on Lake Michigan.0 ity. The house 1900. The population of New RocS zen and independent speculator in I2JDr cubic: yard. The Southern

1 together to prevent the lots of the doubt rife N. Y., is 2S.$67, an Increase of real estate, has disappeared and It Is | Company of Mobile put la :

J .- tate in November.Ho I Returns from all 14,720 in 1900. The popula'ion of feared that be may have met with foci tic per cubic :yard and the, '

U makes;' reference to interferences the election districts Poughkeepsie, N. Y., is 27,936. an lacrosse play. Nc Dredging Company .
BOAT SANK IN MID-IAKE Basham left the city about tie mid. of
tf jet a republican ,president In Tennessee showed a plurality : of 3.907. or 16.3 per cent as wanted $3.90 per cubic
: In interview with 2'4,029 1900. 41e of August for Sanford and vicla ya i't" area which 4 t.
politics. an following governor of 8,500. compared |tn 1* to ha dred-
}; J tbe issuance of the Statement Coy. Perry Boat on Its Way From Ludington p. At Sylupnia C. G. Edwards waa tty to .investigate a celery land propoattion. gej width ranging from 130 feet

:R: rnor, Patterson declares that he .hat to Milwaukee With Cargo ot nominated for congress from the first He carried on his person at end to 300 feet at the
I 1 .:, BO personal preferences in the matterof BID FRAUD district by acclamation. R. C. Hltc-i about 1.000 In cash. And be was poi 900 feet below.
: .;, 32 Cart When Overtaken By DtaatUr Beard from last In a letter dated August
:A nominee
I a democratic and that he was reelected chairman of the cxecu-
j' !wT take the stump for him, whoever -Conflicting Reports Cotten Faetort J.j'i t've committee. Mr. Edwards a" 21 and addressed to his wife : of Lightning Bolt

he ..m y be. Patterson's political carej sets by $ drpised the convention briefly. It bas been learned that Basham the paying contractor c 'oC,

I I bat, been a stormy one, Ineludlnx 1 Pere Marquette car ferry No. 18 Sensational contemplated taking the trip with two efD ( received a message from
i' his defeat or former Senator E. WCirmack t rank in Lake Michigan, 20 miles off details of the alleged The largest cheese in th world unknown men whom he met on the S. C.. announcing that hto'

for the gubernatorial i Sheboygan Friday morning- ods of the defunct will be made in Appleton next week train on his way to Sanford to examine b; | A, Sheirill!, Of tbattuwn. ,. .
t noml'l for the National Dairy Show at Chi-
!nation In a sensational Thirty-nine meben of the crew pany, cotton factors some land The three were to bacW. killed .by a bolt ot
Jlghtn1nc-
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lowed lost and three saved when tbe logo October 20. The weight of the leave Sanford In launch. If
[ by the killing of Carmack heretj a aI car developed during the a the trip rrill was quite
well
I ))1 I the Cooper. their trial, which at I II ferry sank in mid-lake about 20 miles sitions in the United cheese will be 4,000 pounds. It will was taken the result is shrouded with at having spent several konwn

'tr&cled nation-wide attention, and off Sheboygan, accordln to reports court at Jackson. be 15 feet in diameter and about. l mystery, as nothing has been beard the youth. He years
was 33
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f I ''P tteri n": pardon of D. B. Coopciwithin 1 II received. Figures compiled feel high. since of the Jacksonville man. old j : yearsthe

'}* few minutes after his con The car ferry No. 18 was bound co-jrtant Fillott show Official reports made In the state department I: .....

I j' vlctlon by the supreme court. from Ludington to Milwaukee with a sties of the firm of agriculture of Oklahoma BUYS LARGE TRACT : *d Increases Facltitlet.
j full of 32 cars, consisting of 11 yd ,
L cargo more than three by Dr. W. E. Hinds an expert on tot: i patfon of the Increase la
CAMPAIGN EXPENSES. cars of coal and 21 of miscellaneous that the working ton diseases, states that the Texas Atlanta Man Acquires Entire Town Ire tdc in Lakeland the com-

t ,\ freightAll MUIer Company did boll weevil has made Its appearancein Site In Florida. Ii =. the Atlantic Coast Line n:
What Rival Candidates Spent In Late the members of the crew were 000. No effort has southwestern Alabama, coming Speaking of buying land in large ma eftenslpe improvements la

t ; Georgia Election. from Ludingtcm. certain how far back from Mississippi, and Its ravages al- tracts, establishing colonies and the ) : near the district: offices
I The car ferry left Ludington aftera ready have been of a noticeable like, Atlanta whl
t According to reports Governor-ele leged frauds natcre. an man, T. G. Willing en completed, will greatly
Hoke Smith spent a total of $17,590.1(1( a thorough inspection before entering: spinners extends, The only Infected district so ham carries all the honors having PUI. fcc? the handling of the large

Incident to the recent Georgia primary, I the freight carrying track across the. shown that the Ste far reported upon is around Mobil! ? chased the entire town of Aripeka, QICBC The Improvement
lake. The first word of the
bei
,: [election of which he paid 10489.63 ferry ny entered the new : county. situated on the Gulf of Mexico, Just >ay wIll double the amount
; lout of his own pocket. The rest wac i tug In distress ape received in a wire September: 1. 1909. The democrats of Connectlcutt la to the north- of Tampa, he having pur- Of now in use and will in-
'contributed by friends I i I I. less message from the captain asking 1 .300 balr!!. Tn ot state convention nominated Simeon! dluedfor $15,000 everything In the sun disposition of all
for assistance from No. 17 ves
car ferry ,
I I Governor Joseph M. Brown: spent ;In and the dispatch ot tu&s.First alleirert.: : f"" 11t'I!" E. Baldwin of New Haven, for governor town except the church and school eta otter produce handled In

I the tame campaign 13.950.75. of which of ladins f-v this a : Andrew J. Broughel, Jr., Hartford house. the season.
reports received Indicated
he paid $3,300.75 out of his own pockt ;- that rILl W ""Ir'. A for lieutenant governor, anJ Although he couldn't purchase the i ,
that the crew had been saved, but :
a
'. the rest being contributed by memo the firmi Sr. named a fn'l state ticket. church and school house outright he Vets Through Body.
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: .. .! #fbtrs: of the family. I later dispatch brought the news that Franc: l:; f':1: > hal-s According to the official count of wa made a deacon of one and board J Long a negro lineman: en '
only 3 out of the crew of 42 had been
: : .. These are in substances the sworn eared. which bor.ic !Mils cf : : the vote in the fifth Mississippi con chairman in the other. The first news plo the Jacksonville electric
l' statements of the two candidates fct Issued en'en" t" gressional district, S. A. Witherspoon cf Mr. Willlngham's purchase came in fig I met instant death on a

I 01 'governor In tbe recent primary which necs to a f min has been nominated for congress b .. the shape of a telegram from Brooks- I pot< ;e west side of the federal
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; ,::1. .,. ,. |Ire.*lted in the nomination of Mr'BisJtb : WRECK ON BIG 4, It fcecarre 'n'-clx-ecl: : a majority of 470 over Congressman yv11'e, the seat of Hernando county. It butf corner of Hogan and For-

I I : Postoffic" : Byrd. Witherspocn was officially declared Is learned that Mr. Willingham Intends s] Long, with several oth-
; i', ;a It is evident that it costs something Two Persons Killed and Several Injured who is attending the no; iraee. to develop Arjpeka into an important er n. was engaged In placing '-
I (to run for governor in stated that in his a n\\
In
: I \ Georgia; It i is I India. and progressive municipality.The : under a transformer. The
i '. \.. dif5cult to see where the man withoutIfunds Two persons wera killed two seriously the local agents of A dispatch received from Rome Arlpftka town site consists of oldhi :.d rotted out. and the men

'. ,! \ .\.: .. or resources would be In It. I t Injured and several ve't: Company were in Italy, from Addis Abets: says that 12(* acres, with streets laid out nu completed the job and were
I \ ;- ./tJ' The salary of the is in the criminal acts King Men"llk, of Abyssinia, has suffered abo : :.
;. governor only' slightly hurt In a collision! In Brig t. merous dwellings, two hotels seveni1 when Long swung over
': $3000;) a year; hence ,the gorernor-eleci 1 ,,. another attack of apoplexy, and stores, to
t' postofflce,
wood, a suburb of Indianapolis :w parks! church, scboohouse and commenced=
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r { i out of his that his condition is grave.
pad
j to
( owrr pocket incident
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-chit : tween DIg Four passenger train No P"OBINQ and in fact everything that up the wires. In doing

I i 4 I..:\. ,receive campaign $489.63 more than he will:', 9, from Cleveland, and a special trair Henry F. Cotcheais. former Har palains to a twentieth century community thIs a live wire. 2.300 vo't

:' '; as salary from the state dur carrying Kentucky national guards 537,500 in Gold yard athlete and Wisconsin footbail l and the locality Is sari to oe rail his body killing him
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t line the two years he wHl be in office. men to Fort Benjamin Harrison. From Steamer En star will have to make his campaign! one of the most beautiful in Florida last :
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; : The soldiers' special was carrying for congress with his right arm In ashng. _
; ; : i.'j.\.. AFTER PACKERS AGAIN.in I the First Kentucky regiment to thE sent,A score to work of In Cothems was stepping off : Aged Negress Murdered T Plant Burned.

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fort for joint maneuvers with the r- 57.000:; in gold ingots street car at Milwaukee when he .Sarah Powell an aged colored w> | at Dowllng Park owned -
:I 6ot r. r- Indictments Returned by Jur)'' Borate and the Fifth Ohio regiment slipped, breaking his arm above the man, was fcund murdered In her cab'i. Dowling Lumber Company
.' it on the steamer bas
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Official
: Against near Callaban. The comoletely destroyed fire
I and none of the soldiers" were hurl elbow. woman had been by
: r t''_:; ,. Thejtderal grand Jiry, which has the Washington al The milt:
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d" .. j although several received HVe'Eabaklng Haskell. cf beaten over tie bead with a Winchester wcs not a large
Alaska. to Oklahoma
banks Governor
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... :: \\ .. been investigating Chicago packers I up.et rifle and her icily bore ugly one. the loss to the company IB
National bank of has announced that he will call for
: I :' net
: t, ::* tat returned Indictments against t The collision was caused by atop4'ln gashes made with an axe. The dl 'apearanc.e w ateke It Is the Intention cfajjj
', > of The ship makes fcn election to be held November t tbeC3
Jl' ; r'h'officials Swift Armour andMorrfiiJoncerns. 1 switch, the of Miller Powell! husband oJ to erect a large mill ai
I' passenger train
:: I' ; There ], route to Seattle and for the resubmbtion to the people ot
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BT three f In the site
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the by the
| I crashing into the has id tie
rt'' ftlctmera' specltl which was officials sty that the tit prohibition ordinance of the C.ODIt.ltlltton woman police to su' *
old
tgainit each. I J
; COTglng com 1' before the
.. tide track.'TlaDY" olefin him cf ashes are cold
standing on a the crime. Powell, who
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... :at'R, :: '.. tibatlom, conspiracy and Illegal mojnopoly left the boat at one and to submit the womasrsge <] is ncw win be placed thE
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of lived upon
1 diate points. movement years age, with his wife
( : V.x I' in cabin the gfCJ\ !1 (; work will commence upoe
J' a m turpentine Quarter, ,
.1" -* The fi?.indictment. in detail, char E; TO TOUB TEXAS.Col. The looted box had Charlet M. Webb a farmer of Mount the TXe the' t. Tbe Dowling Lumo
near village.
door of
the cabIn {
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; :i-"_"'!*f all ,attendants with engaging IEanihr broken open. Freedom is $300 richer a; a result -:1: C +| n thousands of acres ol
: ..:: alioa Cecil Lyon, Chairman Rf'pUblfcarCcwn"lttee bad removed was found wide open Dy negroes oo
< in rtttrat of lattrBtaU one a few hours' plowing which he dk fine lands in
Lafayette aat
I: ; : Makes Anno their way to work. One entered ant:
trad: In a'trea'b ncinnt
: i; r.' me ta. I a nail puller. The last week. While turning over the "ra"? *.tleL
.1 i 9' 4.0;: e' ;:., The served charttt; .conspiracy. I Colonel Cecil Lyon, chairman.. of the company officials ground he came upon four remarkableold discovered the dead body of the woman
: republican mate execntlvt that lying en the floor. The room was '
,defends I : : U committee tat conviction copper pennies. Two pieces WerEdated IXHIng; forward to the ea
'I e sl L :Who bas been at Sao Antonio Tex., curred before the 1737. One of these has a horse's splattered with blood and showedtign ta5i cf a new bank although

;' I' i ats .-unlawful!' metis.TJiat 'I conferrilg with local republican lead arrived at Seattle. bead and plow cm one side and "Nova of a terrific. struggle. Seflr : of the promoters ban
: the psttote tIovane! junT. kit l has lunouncad that ot-Preldenl I toms officials are Caesarea" not n announced. The Brtcl
the other.
''ihtodor KooetTtlt on Another 0'' W. I. Horning, after shooting a steer
b :, QU 4 yltas, the Indictment of fQdi will tour Texai unpacked the entire Mr.' Webb's finds Is a large copper in the head near Savannah, Ga. rush City; : of the most thoroughly
7 ..dQ than the (next March. i examined it at wide
jfjrftlher :
J packing co- f towns In the South.
c } ,, raffish_ ; vat shown wh en\ Ju'dg* -. Colcnrl Lyon will meet Colonel 1 point to the assay The fourth is an English a
copper piece tang butcher knife in his tack
IDneuw: HJLandls.. famous W the wot theell Jn New York next January distance of probably pocket Ai Sanfords commercial adds
1776. coins
ol The four appraised
are and as he reached the steer's headhI
l29OOd.MO S'' .rdyotl' fiat faiach and Iilnacy for the latter wU' boxes: puted Konfertt : near future win be a BW
hi t a.IliY:: _.:.;..-..._U OQ.f. t' / ; then be arranged. ual scrutiny j j j"fl by dealers at ta 'average of 1200I fill, the knife piercing h'a body.II ? factory the plant of wheel '
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.. ----- -s When you have an achey, stretchy TUB lash of a-Fiend Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di. ,Ic Land Sale. ,
l--- feeling and you are dull, tired and dis- arrhoea Remedy is today the best known
( would have been about M''welcome to U. S. Landjv !Hce.. Gainesville Aug. 18, W.O.
LIVE STATE NEWS couraged* it is a sign approaching malaria A. Cooper, of Oswego, N.'T.:; as 'a'merciless medicine in use for the relief and care Notice Is helll Jt| given that, a* directed by
or' hiU8. You should act quickly I of bowel complaints. It cures griping, the CorrnniMidt; it of the General Land Office, ,
I to ward off; an attack. HERBINE offers lung-racking cough that defied all diarrhoea, dysentery, and should betaken under the pmt !4na of Jhe Act of Congress approved -
remedies for years. "It was most June 21: MJlW Stats..il.). we wilt offer -
f you toe help you need. It destroysthe troublesome at night," he writes. at the first unnatural. loosenesrof the at public gi| so tIle' highest bulder. at 10
malarial germ, drives out all impurities'and bowels. It is equally valuable for children o'clock A. M.,I j the 4th day; of October, 1910.
Things That Are Happening In Florida as Told by makes you feel bright, vig "Nothing helped me till I used Dr. and adults. It alwayS cures. next at this of* 4 the fpllowixur tract of land:
I King's New Discovery, which cured me Lot No. 8. Sec r.7S;|. R.20 E., TaUaha-wee
Our Exchanges orous and cheerful. Price 50c. Sold by completely. I never cough at night; Sold by all de J.ers. Meridian. !
j Mitchell's Drug Store, Starke, Fla. Any persons i Iralng adversely the above-
now. Millions know its matchlessmerit A Promoter of Comment. described
.. lan& iteadv& d to flle their claims
.... i-r _.- 'i fI' Grows*Geaial. for stubborn colds, obstinate "Bridge whist spoils conversation," or obctloiu OD It before. the time designated

The Times-Unionsays that Hon. J. E. Edward Spies, a negro, jumped froma "How do yollke Tipton coughs, sore lungs, la grippe, asthma, said the woman who doesn't care for for sale HE S. CHUBB. REGISTER.

"He seems coJcG n ;reserved." hemorrhage, croup, whooping cough or cards. S H D8 WARREN, RJCJl: : VK8.
Alexander of DeLand purposes writinga fast moving train near Argyle, Sunday hay fever. relieves quickly and never 819-

history of the late Senator Wilkinson night while handcuffed, dud escaped "He does at first n but It soon thaws. fails to satisf f. A trial convinces. ;50c "Only temporarily" replied Miss 4

from After you havejoet"h Gall and it is his desire to incorporate in Sheriff Lewis of :Jlarianna. 3Ier' '
will come upland slap you on the guaranteed by all druggists.I' It inspires after the game Sale. :
book mention of the senator's'J .
1".the every The :Miami officers, of the Merchants back and ask you for a dollar; just a* breaks np.".: Washington Star. i --Hi- a.t, }!
; death made by Florida editors. For that Why He Stayed. Notice !} hfriljy given that tinder and by ,j ;
cordial bo. ,
as
& Planters Company can ;j. virtue of a flnaflree of foreclosure in ade and t
Transportation
,
( purpose he requests editors of all Flori Jonah explained' his sensations lasic ChectTa) cough or cold in the lungs be- rendered July K ; .b"the Judge of the Circuit e I
have been advised by former GovernorN. It Saved His Leg. the whale.HJJt fore it develops .1 severe case. BALLARD' Court of tti -h{ Judicial Circuit of Florida !

f' da their newspapers containing to send said him notices.copies of B. Broward, that he will accept the "All thought I'd lose my leg," writesJ. was moving day and I didn't; feel 1 :; HOREHOUND SYRUP is an sitting, in,and in favor for i J radford]Emma! county Richard; in complainant chancery t I

papers presidency of the company. Those who A. Swensen, of Watertown, Wis. any more uncomfortable than at effective remedy for all soreness or congestion ,and acainft 'rrle loreuj, Carl Floretu I

i The government hyacinth destroyer are interested in this new venture are "Ten years of eczema, that 15 doctors home," he cried. in the lungs or air passages.Price the AWe undersigw Floreus nb yrlU.jOui oT' Flomi fr for*sale, defendants before the, y! :' '

has been at work in the river near Palat- highly elated over the governor's decis- could not cure, had at last laid me up. c Sadly he made his way to the newflalHarper's 25c, 50c and $1 per bottle. Sold byMitchell's court home dt< &t Stayke Florida, betweenthe .
I Then Backlen's Arnica Salve cured it, Bazar. Drug Store, Starke, Fla. legal hour4 Gale OK,Monday. 3 I
e ka for the past two weeks, during the
Sfc CEMB R
5, 1910.
sound and well. Infallible for Skin
4. past week in the vicinity of San Mateo. ion.An instance of the remarkable nerve Eruptions, Eczema, Salt Rheum, Boils, "Can be depended upon" is an expression : He-And so His Revenge. is final. to the h! heal : nd belt bidder for rasa the
This destroyer is not built on the model Fever Sores, Barns, Scalds, Cuts and we all like to hear, and when it is your answer foUo\\ingdd(ri! d land.situated in Bradford J
of a woman, was brought to the city this You will not be mine county, Florida *wit:
of a torpedo destroyer, but is just a Piles. 25c; at all druggists. used in connection with Chamberlain'sColic All that cer i) piece, parcel or lot of land I
morning from Gattis, in Santa Rosa Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy it She-Never! But pray don't go and situate and W n Bradford connty; Florida, f

big revolving wheel which when the county. Mrs. S. A. Gattis, wife of a Egyptian Maxims.An means that it never fails to cure diar blow your brains out to-wit: The ntownship bf the nw4 of ction32:2, !i
H HOU ;nnge22; east,containing 10acres
hyacinths are fed into it, carries them prominent turpentine operator of the Egyptian papyrus wblch dates I rhoea, dysentery or bowel complaints. He-It would be an idle attempt more or j : }i

over and dumps them into a pile. It 19 place which bears his in the back to about 4000 B. C. bas the following I It is pleasant to take and equally valuable People say if I had any brains I never I D. E. KNIGHT, .t
name, was
Special Master in Chancery; t'
said that by this process more than two I woods with Injunctions: "Calumnies should for children and adults. Sold by should have proposed to you. A. V. LO tlamant.
her
husband when she
stepped all dealers.
Solicitor for C< [, ,
be
thirds of the hyacinths that over the never repeated. "Guard thy speech
go upon the neck of an immense rattle A Man of Iron Nerre.
wheel out of business and that I before all things for a man's ruin lies Bronx Park.
are put ,
: snake. She grasped in a moment, and in his tongue." The wise men of the There are 662 acres of land In Bronx Indomitable will and tremendous en- ; Notice :Final Discharge.
the is effective than the
much
plan
more before she raised her foot, the danger, race early learned good sense. park New York city. The old snuff ergy are never found where Stomach, Notice to hen given to all concerned that

old system of spraying with chemicals.The :. and instead of jumping as would most mill of Pierre Lorillard still stands Liver, Kidneys and Bowels are out of six months aft i Into hereof I will present my "
the Your complexion: as well as your tem final returns asi tidlniatrator of the estate cff
bad in order. If
hyacinths have been very I people, she pressed all of her weight up- per is rendered miserable by a disorderedliver. there. The park has a remarkable you want these qualities and O. H. Kersey; U f of Bradford county; Florida.
river hereabouts for the past few weeks, the: success they bring, use Dr. King'sNew deceased anal k)rr to the County; Judge of
on the foot which held the snake pinioned By taking Chamberlain's Stom- attraction in the form of a stone that Life Pills the matchless rejroators Bradford cooqt 'Florida, for my; final di..-

and this week they are bunched along to the ground. She called to her hue ach and Liver Tablets you can improveboth. rocks and is known as the "rocking for keen brain and strong body. charge. :.
'r' the water front of Palatka for some distance Sold by all dealers. stone." G. M. KEBSEY.
band who was some distance away, and 25c. at all druggists. A ,rahr; of the Eta e of t;. H.

out from the shore. while he was running to the scene she ndpasasJy soQ-'spJO.M. gauaag0q3 Not a minute should be lost when a Inherited. Sept.2, l910.-6 Kersey decease d.

One of the strangest cases ever yet held the snake firmly down, although it jo u8ta os tIt punos issue aq o) child shows symptoms of croup. Cham.berlain's -! They were Jollying the man about I!.

known in this city came to light yesterday beat the earth with its tail and body in sulao it* s.juqxesanoa; jo-rajsojesoa' the child Cough becomes Remedy hoarse given, or even as soonas after his enormous appetite, but he kept Notice1 Jlnal;;Discharge.

morning when two intelligent look. its fury. Mr. Gattis killed the snake, the croupy cough; appears, will pre- "putting away," undisturbed by the Notice to hi given to all concerned that .
sin aj ooj ejq Bjnd aq Las qonsaj eqjqjnora six month aftari heri of I will '
F ate
ing, well dressed American oouples appeared which measured 5 feet 8 inches in length sjq nj fool sjq sjnd aura B daleel vent the attack. Sold by all dealers. taunts. Finally he said in defense: final return as.. leentor of the estate present of William mr-

at the office of Henry Webster, and had fourteen rattles and a" button. The Lap of Luxury. "Well, you see. I take after both my Underhill;, I of Bradford county, Flor-
8.taq.\1 Ltt J.nsj .rna11.l-Ja! nQ: father and mother. One ate Ida,deceased,at wlr; to the County; a of
the Knight building and asked that their Mrs. Gattis did not faint as most women .p.u.idx3Masters'! "What Is meant by the lap of luxury my a long Bradford count r;florins, for mr; &ba[discharge -
while, and the other ate deal." .
wedding ties be immediately annulled. do upon emerging from such an experi: : Sale. ?" asked the teacher of a small girl a great W. H. UNDERHILL

They stated in a matter of fact manner ence.-Pensacola Journal. pupil. *Yellow. complexion, pimples and disfiguring titor of the Estate of Wllliaza

that they had no cause for such a separation Notice" Is hereby given that under and by I "If! when the cat gets into the pan- blemishes on the face or bodycan June 17,1910.- Underhill, e&Hd.
The Dowling mill, Dowling Park, now virtue of a final derreeof foreclosure made and try and laps the cream off the mUtt," be gotten rid of by doctoring the
except a friendly agreement where- entered August 29. 1910 by the Judge of the
owned by the Standard Lumber Company Circuit Oourt of the Mh Judicial Circuit of I was the unexpected reply*-Chicago liver, which is torpid. HERBINE is a jlWs sale.
by each party was to accept the partner caught fire Wednesday night. The Florida In and for Bradford county. In chancery News. powerful liver correctant. It purifies .
of the other. They declared that they I sitting In favor of Adeline Silvey W. A.Spoer. the system, stimulates the vital organs NOTICE 18 het given that I, J. N. Lang-
mill was is a complete loss but will be A. C. HcHall P. K. Rambo and W.T.
She ,
ford Bradford Florida,
and the in fine county;
had considered matters and puts body vigorous con
thoroughly McCullough partner doing business under the Don't Break Down. under and by 'of that certain writ of -
rebuilt exf
would be condn-1 I. at ouce. The employes were firm mime and style of John Silvey & Co., complainants dition. Price 50c. Sold by Mitchell's ecutlon issued i and under the seal of the
decided that
a change told not to scatter as they would be giv- and against N. D. Wainwright asadministrator =Severe strains on the vital organs, like Drug Store, Starke, Fla. Circuit Court tol Bradford ; .
cive to that variety which is the spice of I I of the estate of H. M. Sl'arhor- strains on machinery, cause break. against W.C. Bt 1 .tar' and In favor of Smith
en employment at the Alton mill which ough, deceased. Li.-ka L. Scarborough Joseph -
downs. You can't overtax stomach, The Social Botanist. Manufacturing Cj ; corporation, dated
life. Attorney Webster was surprisedoat ine Scarborough, Janett :Scarborough and .1910will
the 6th of J offer for sale and
will be worked on double time until the liver bowels without Jones-He seems a nice day | ;
found Hardy M. Scarborough defendants, the undersigned kidneys, or nerves very young sell to the high d beet bidder therefor for
of his wits but at length
mill at Dowling Park is completed. will offer for hale lx fore the courthouse serious danger to yourself. If you are man. What's his profession? cash at the C4,i t. house door in the town of
voice to tell them that they were mistaken door hours In of sale starke on Monday Florida between the legal weak or run-down or under strain of Brown-He's a social botanist. Starke, on Monda the

in their idea that a mutual agree. Owing to the breaking down of some OCTOBER 3, 1910. any kind, take Electric Bitters, the _Anrl what la that ? 5TH DAY t SEPTEMBER: 1910

ment and application in person to an attorney of the machinery at the ice plant, there to the highest and beat bidder for cash, the I matchless tonic medicine. Mrs. J. E. I -Brown---- --Oh.- we incite- him pray especially the within same the being legal, a h use gal of ale sale dar the; of following said court described -, 1.

of ice several following described lands,situated! in Bradford Van de Sande, of Kirkland, Ill., writes: real and all the title and 1
was sufficient to consummate the was a great scarcity days to give attention to our wallflowers! e c..1.( right
Florida to-wit: .
county "That I did not break down, while en- interest of the sat W.C. Barclay; therein sitnatedinBradfo
strange bargain.-Tampa Tribune.It last week, and Saturday evening not a All of block two.consisting of ten lots, also during a most severe strain for three Illustrated Bits. t tr.F1oridato-wit; : Ny
lots two, three, six and seven In block eleven,
of swy and set'! tlCtion .
is said.that a number: of horses have pound could be obtained for love or also lots one two, three, four, five and six in months, is due wholly to Electric Bit- Take HERBINE for all disturbancesin ranged east 2 yes..1.r,8 so township much thereof 4 soutn"
I money. The managers of the plant block twelve, according to the map or plat of ters." Use them and enjoy health and the bowels. It purifies the bowel will be nec8>l8aUL.17 l twfr8aid; execution
died from staggers in the Hague sectionof Lincoln City as the same appears on the pub- Satisfaction and cosb. 'i
realizing that an ice famine was upon lic records of Bradford county Florida. strength. positively guar channels, promotes regular movementsand J. N. LANGI'ORD,
Alachua county lately and the disease D. E. KNIGHT anteed. 50c, at all druggists. makes feel
bright, vigorous and ,
you She Bradford
Co.. FIa.
I the city ordered 8,400 pounds from Lake <;l. ",, !'
seems to be assuming the proportions of DORSEY Special& SHELTON' Master In Chancery. cheerful. Price 50c. Sold by Mitchell's J. E. FUTCH, 1 ,
OOBURN.
City, which arrived on the 11 o'clock Plants and Water. Platntitf' rney.
Drug Store Starke Fla.
an epidemic. and A. V. LONG Plaintiffs' Att'ys. ,
train Sunday morning. The ice wagons Something similar to Intelligence Is .
Friday night one of the strangest phe Master's Sale. exhibited by plants. If during the dry What Else Were They Fort S BO ,
were driven to a point near the Demo- Stranger notice that this part of
nomena of which we have ever heard, season a bucket of water be placed ARDway. ,
crat office on Conner street, and several Notice Is hereby given that under and by the country seems fairly teeming with
Air
appeared to the people of Winter Haven accustomed to the work virtue of a final decreeof foreclosure made and near a growing pumpkin or melon e ,
who awake about midnight. The men began cut entered August 31, 1910, by the Judge of the Circuit vine In the course of a few days the horses. i
+ were ting and delivering the ice. The wagons Court of the 8th Judicial Circuit of FlorIda vine will turn from its course and get Anne Arundelite-Yesslr. And whenit ARRIVAL AN4 8PAR 1iURB OP TRANS. alee
and above In and for Bradford In chancery
shining brightly county. .
moon was
were surrounded by men on foot and on sitting, 111 favor of Lucy: A. Emerson, com- at least one of Its leaves In the water. comes to teamin' they ain't nothln'much.better \ Net i.. 7. 1900. }
and below extending: for some distance horseback, in automobiles and buggies, plainant, and against Wm. H. Martin, Jr., Geo. -tDon't'waste t' team with than horses. db 1
L. A. Shattuck, Daniel Atwood
W. Major.
beyond its outline was a perfect cross, clamoring to be served first. Blacks and and Augusta Summerkton defendants the un- your money buying plasters -Baltimore American. 'NO. 43, south and 11.01 a. m. 1
the ends of which were slightly'broader dendJ1'Ded111 offer for sale before the courthouse when you can get a bottle of Cham No.M' ,4.
I whites crowded around the wagons, and door at Starke. Florida, between the berlain's Liniment for 25 cents. A pieceof p. m.
than the center against which the moon legal hours of sale on Monday; No. 81 11.08 p. m.
in almost less time than it takes to tell flannel dampened with this linimentis
The writer with OCTOBER 3, 1910, No. 66, north 4,56> p. m. .
seemed to be resting. II I
for lame back
superior to plaster ,
it, all the ice was sold. Be it said to any No. 54 9.l2& '
to the highest and best bidder for('cash the m. ;
several others watched it for perhaps an I. the credit of the company, extortion was folio win?described lands situated in Bradford pains in the side and chest, and much No. 8-& .02 L .
hour during which time there was no county Florida, to.wit: I cheaper. Sold by all dealers. DAVIS t- \ .
not allowed, and customary prices pre The e' of the PH*,. of the nej and the sot:& of ; !l
.; perceptible change in its appearance. vailed, although some of the purchasers the Iot.L, of the ne's and the !sei of the ne1; of Women In Love. WAN nl; tm. !

At 2:30 a. m. it was still plainly visible, would not wait for change, and hurried 22 the east ne14 inction 2;, township 5 south, range "Women In love are generally troublesome FOR No. 181 leave arke 8.00 a. m. i

the only change being that there were J. E. FUTCH, and persecuting." Such is the No. 18arriv"& 4.20 p. m. 1Rea.
home with what seemed to be more precious -
coal Master In .
I Sik- Chancery.A. of M. Emlle Faguet
reported opinion
then three bars crossed instead of two. V. LONG .t
I : than gold. The same scene was Solicitor for Complainant.Willing And If a French critic does not understand .54 and R 'between Jactaonv111e andCodar '
It was more beautiful and remarkablethan I repeated Monday and Tuesday.-Live the subject, of whom shall INSURANCE Keys, Noe. ,8),6CI and S. betweea Jacksonville -
comet and we hope we and Tan Ioe. 181 and 1M betwee.Starke .
Sued.
Halley's to B.
Oak Democrat. we seek understanding?-London Tel. and Wan .
will hear of others who were awake and "I once threatened to sue an old fell t
Monday was the day on which the tax: egraph. I T. J. GRIFFLN. Aceat. I
it.-Bartow Record. low for $10 that ho owed a client of
i saw collector sold all the property in Osceola S.C. BOYLSTDl A. O. p. A.., Jacksonville 1
I mine," said a New York lawyer "bat, Swellings of the flesh caused by in-
1 George Walker, former chief of police county upon which taxes for the year the threat did not seem to Impress flammation, cold, fractures of the bone, "

: of Tampa, basjbeen declared insane and 1909 had not been paid, and the amount toothache, neuralgia or rheumatism can i

r taken to the asylum. Excessive: use of received 21.05) was so insignificantthat him much. be relieved by applying BALLARD'S
'What good will It do you to sue SNOW LINIMENT. It should be well
J intoxicants is the cause. the trouble was not worth the tatcing. in the affected. Its
rubbed
, me? he asked. over part FOR THE 1AN :

Jacksonville is to have a new ice factory 'I will get the money,' I answered. great healing and penetrating power :

with a capacity of a hundred tons a Attracted by a disagreeable odor, a "Here the fellow came up close"to eases the natural pain, reduces conditions.swelling Price and 25c restores -, I, .

day. boatman went to the home of Major Mc- me and said 'Say, If that's so, sue me 50c and $1 per bottle. Sold by Mitch- WHO WANTSThe \

G. W. Carvey, in searching among Call, on Anastasia Island about seven for $20, won't you and give me the ell's Drug Store, Starke, Fla. ,

; some old papers a few days since, found miles down the canal from St. Augus- other $10.' Amplitude.The .

J tine and found the old man dead. Buzzards "I gave up hope of collecting that
one conntaining the following account ; tiresome talker had elaborated qcf That fan he Enimbiw .
I had also been attracted to the claim. Ma point at. length. .
of a most interesting family: "Henry ----- great : -- -- ;J.-

f, Crawford Tucker, who was born in lonely home and made inroads upon the Knobs on Th.m. "There," he said: "that's the argument T4wiYici: :

, South Carolina in 1805 came to Georgia decaying body. Uncle Jerry Peebles was about to in a nutshell."

down to Florida in tart on a week's visit to the country.; "I see," growled the bored listener;
1 in 1814, and moved The manufacture of guava jelly is getting -
asked "in a cocoanut shell."-Chicago Tribune. .
"Have
.1 1823 and built a log cabin near where to be a great industry in the lower you got everything '
t He : Aunt Ann Peebles. Your Goods are Shipped the SAME DAY q: er is teemed '
the capitol building now stands. part of the state. The factory turning -

was the first white man that ever cut a out the largest amount of jelly is thej&esch's I He looked hastily through his valise Application lor Tax Deed. ,. w: WILL AHIP you I!.' : Raa PAID .

stick the hills where the city of Tallahassee near Larkins. "No, by George," he exclaimed. Notice Is hereby given that David Jones, = .
on '
purchaser of tax certificate No. 83 dated BLEND: GOODS
now flourishes. Mr. Tucker wasa Interest is great the pupils of Tve forgot my sheet of sandpaper! the 3d day of July, A.D. 19(6, has filed said I.twia' ss U tor HinerI
among "What does he want of that inquired certificate, in my; office and has made application :. .
Primitive Baptist preacher and was in the public schools of Alachua county in for tax deed to issue in accordance with Echo SjnofAar C e (TtnnttM) ,
Nephew Bill as the old gentle law. Said certificate, embraces the following \V1J.Ha 'VIr1 Hill Club :
e the ministry 46 years; was married three the corn contest, which the superintendent man went to hunt it np. described property situated in Bradford county ",.... urwt. < .
0" 0. "
times and when he died was the father, has inaugurated. In addition to the "He has to sandpaper his heels every ; ,Florida to-wlt: 4 FGIL' of til iboTfl Brmflj... .1500 112.0) .
grandfather and great-grandfather of offered to those submitting 8%of se}{ of nw!{ of sec 24, tp 7 s, range 21 e, IIhaaa'.ollOll'am, .!. ..... 4.00 12.00
forty prizes other morning, explained Aunt Ann, 20 acres. roll ie Mews QTS Sberid6aOI&b. .i J.74 8.00 .
714 decendents. He first married Nancy the best corn raised in Alachua county "to keep from wearing holes through Also Tax Certificate No. 131 dated the 4th t- Ksglas taab..s .. .. 9M IS.50 :
,
in 1823 she>as the first white woman day of June, A.D. 1900, embracing the following Ca ilL v.ftIOII.. ...'. .. '-00 18.00 i131tck
Sapp this year by students of the public .J1QS In=> SUStI1lJl-".aamalt! described property; situated in Bradford wba1....... ... LOG 16.00ra

in Tallahassee, and brought forth schools, five prizes aggregating over a -dng ii pauiBu PUB iqSnoqj ddsq B ao county,Florida, to-wit: 00 I I gi..._......c.&. .
He next married Lot 1 fractional nw%ol nw%of sec 25, tp 7 *150 it..... u..... .
seven boys and onejgirl. hundred dollars are offered for the best jpj jojrpa rnjaojnofioa aryl jnqJ91JB "damo ag. range 21 e,25 acres. o t r tout a.......... i.,... 7ltJ It.>> .
Peggy Ann Watson, and added judges of seed corn. ojoq pine: B aojtnaas snoAewu The said lands being assessed at the date of the Thfpf.ah.n..... s,7; JX> 1UOQOJUf'

three boys and eight girls to his little The Warnell mills at Plant City open 300 pimm qoiqM. aonm B pan o} Issuance Unknown.of such Unless certificates said certificates in the name shall of l' .

. family; after the death of Peggy, he ed September 1st with a full force of caaqi peizznd ?i snip B Jog 'LL Lu1 be laane redeemed thereon on according the to law, tax deed will .....,.........--- : 41+t.r IS 0.I'H' .-,... .

and this union :3nO8 emu; g -OJJ J3)V OJt) JO rsal IwllW.lO. tttOi 'tom Old .........A0 '11.01 I -
married Becky Bryant ,.11"t. brew its rl
workmen after a partial shutdown for 19TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, A. D. 1910. __.... m.q sad ...TJJ t -.., J.tO: 100 .
added eight boys and five girls, makinga mill to B jngBSarao )! pause; P09 qSnona Witness my; official signature and seal this t.r eel ea'M.00. hr 4o...tt..70 .... lAG IO.D 't
boys and fourteen repair. This gives employment SUM Utt1$ paPJlap aQ3 JaBI II.tval the 17thday; of August. A. D. 1910. i. ..... 1.0.. ..___.... vetYGalit.an.. ..... s.so 10.10 ... .. ..
total of eighteen more than three hundred men and the (SEAL) W. T. WEEKS. t1led.r 1cuI. ... us. t.CIJ .
all thirty-two children. One amoe emu; q ono; atp aaQAvqcJ Cl'k C't C't Bradford Co.,FIr. :. )
girls, or in opening means much to Plant City. By; W.B. WAINRIQHT.D., B Dr BOW ..
of the boys proved to he a drunkard, IV ?l pamBa ejiM Blq pas aq aojrn jo w4t>w ..... t .
erected .lent UIWI .
while fourteen of them are members of Four phosphate plants are paaJ.1J JOupa tra J *nnn j eqj UJ pJAJIJV Forethought. c--: o-.r ..'...

the church, nearly all are preach. near Fort Meade, giving employment to PUlP; 8JtJ atp tIaqM" :.tzos act Husband-Yon don't mean to Bay you &'d'. Pw lye..........1.io0 84100Bmok m 1 Oos. .
?
same Ines, S.m IJ.OO 'fEarlt'
all noted for piety, excepttha hundreds of laborers, both white and .vd8.M.9U airy slid swvpily Ja3lBdb paid $250 for that gown? Wlf4-On. "'_............... 5.00 1100 -:
era and are black.A ',(I U"-I! .lf1 ul wxa uy no! I left that for you to do. G.aab.ias.r... ........ 8.00 .,.00
nraai one blacWsheep.. Tallahassee M Uw o4 .... ..... S.o0 11.00 .. .. .
-
dispatch from Washington says: Blem'.I/mcasea., _........ 4.00 1100 { ..0.. "
True DemocratMr. and -- slarerMfSpnog ........... 4.00 1t.QIJ ,
and Sirs. Alex Daughtrey, of The postmasters at St. Petersburg CUA'8w jU.li ..... 4X0 10.80 .,. ,
I
R .
Fort Pierce have requested the postmaster PDPDP BVLKWiU8VF4 ',
near losing their home .
Gainesville, came general to establish saving departments ., suo to co, s3.5o..001t C0. HJO is.oQ.( -s-. '.. ..
from fire caused t :
morning
/ 0erlia.

; early by Thursday rats knawing Mrs. Daughtrey matches.awoke About her 2 saving at their act.offices St. under Petersburg the new is postal the Hales Maryelois te in Blood Poises 0 Bienatisi ail Scrof 1a.i BULK.COD...rJ.,WHISKEY..*o ? 8LDI UI nt >. 9 ..lris .;.. sI


It o'clock a. m. told him the smelled smoke town which, as far as the 1910 census P. P. P. purifies the blood, builds t:!> the weak and debilitated give- .S0. t3.OO. MML : Gaflo., ICtDIdIIIa .., : .{ e
husband and records have been reported, shows the strength:: to weakened nerves, expels disease, giving the patieat health an_ tft .
The later replied that it was probaDly of happiness, where sickness! gloomy feelings and wait ue first prevailed. On All ordrt for tuQ or birillgttdrsillR '
in
brush burning, but a few moments later largest increase population any In blood poison, mercurial poison maaria, dyspepsia, and in all blood ova cood trill to snipped 4 '

to cause themto place.in the United States. and skin diseases, like blotches, pinnl'old! chronic ulcers, totters'}ld. ..l.D IInrllt. .ISUa.. Q
sufficient ..
the smoke was when they Braidentown negroes banded together ie.id.! v.-e say without fear of contradiction that P. P. P. Is the beat .food t .. '.,. }.. .rt zCHASEi&o
investigation,
make an purifier in the world.
found a blaze of considerable size in the early one morning last-week and cow Ladies whose systems are poisoned and whose blood is in an impure condition :
It found that the fire had hided a member of their -own race who due to menstrual irregularities, are peculiarly: DOTefitted by the wonderful -. co. : i : ,
kitchen. ; was it not been had been abusing his wife fend making a tonic and blood cleansing properties' P. P. P., Prickly Ash, Poke
and Bad -
t been started by rat, Roofdrii'Tbtassium.i ,

; d1Jo Tered' ueftrjy' >los'i,.. was it would good deal of1 trouble generally.. They F. V. L1PPMAH SAVANNAH CA. 11'.JO .,ass ., ; J CUONt' PLL .. :
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f F 1 : BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I WITB FLORIDA EDITORS. Ji To-forget- the The Inventions Air Brake.of the hour Burr Aaron died Burr's at Port Rlcbmoud.. [I S ir.5. S

J i. .. la ab'Impossibility. They are before StateD Island.. Sept. 14, 1830. His remains -

- PUB.LISKED; EVBRV' FRIDAY ATsTARIU,3RAbFORD000NTYFU t.*.**-**.......,....... nmr"......*..; one at every turn, and many of them were conveyed to rfnceton. N.
;' contain'potentialities vast and much J., where according /hi!=-Bequest, he GOLUMBIf' {COILEQfl;
f t : ?' ;STATE WIDE PROHIBITION discussed. For
that
very reason It Is
+L.The was Interred at the feet its bJs father
3' Times-Union is opposed to writ well occasionally to contemplate some
fK I E.!. MATTHEW5 nblUher. and Propr. and grandfather. Both hid: father and
r1o.. I ing prohibition into the constitution. It Invention of the past which works unremittingly grandfather were presidents of Prince- 'k _

tf .1 I -s.UiiM.'RIPTIONOnYe :. has a"perfect right to do so, but appealing and inconspicuously! for ton college.! j (CO-EDIa'bATIONALI,
the welfare of
OJ. I I 'r......,.,............................II.'.. to,|he electorate it does not always mankind. Consider the Concerning'tbV-tombstone which OJ .
t.. t I' SII[ IctI. lI. ............................... ..5l'i treat the question fairly. air brake. How many when they takea marks his burial pk'we quote from LAKE CITY, FLA(;:' HENRY WISE TRIBBLE, B.A"D.

' I I. i T Ioats'................................ .n..h -', journey by rail ever take thought of the bS'-Ufer by Parton: VI PteSldent'r'
history
.nrre' In article upon
i recent the subject it
1
the 'Device( which stands ready
. to insure -
-
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--- -'--- : of 7,000. N loons. Healthiest
"Some efforts nlacle and some Population city city in Unite
'!: state that "as in'h.tter of fact went .
r Entered tee Hostofflce at Starke. Fla., ar despitethe safety from possible accidents?
I money subscrlbdTsAon after his doatb States. Only 7 per thousand dg rh rate in last 20 years. Higi"i
, '1'I Dd-cla., Matter enormous gains prohition has made All are so used to sIbilant below
f. note
} to. n suitable monument but altitude of city in Florida; Beautiful,,, paved street
I' ; .. daring the last few yeethe sale of intoxicants the cars that they never consider Its procure, I any

.I! ,. Starke, Fla., Sept. 16, 1910. was greater last fear than during portentousness. Yet by this application the project failed. For nearly two property worth $400,000. Ten:jpji e buildings on beautifully adorned
of years the spot where be lay was unmarked and laid-out 35-acre college farm fully rJ
.1. any year of the nauon'a htstory'l., the power of compressed air campus.acre eqnippe< ,
,, tens of thousands of lives have been when one morning It was discovered adjoining. Academic, 3 Format Commercial, Collegiate, Art sad I
The unfairness of the T-U consists ,
'Ur r A CHEAT ADVERTISING fEAT 10 preserved and railroad travel has been' that a small very substantial Music departments as complete 4 *if they were separate iostitutfi .
the use of the word intoxicants it does
j F : tbrsNls and not Inexpensive monument of \
made more expeditious.: All Diplomas! issued on completion'couril in each department '
The largest advrtisement, or, more and in the implicatior that the iucreast- arrant truism granite and marble had been placedduring Qur;
: word of
not It but
J. ; a
. 1 i properly -peaking, the greatest HUUIDCI is in those; states where prohibition has what Las been said scores of times the night dyer his remains. No ricnlnm in each department : : gh as any, in the land. Board anti
I bej
of advertisements for one firm in tuition reasonable. s as low as 5th
grade
!
. any admit
very
. been adopted. Iii another column the, fore. But we like to dwell upon the one In the town saw the monument nsfi'
II any oie: vvpaoer in the history of rl e all and
Positions secured for it worthy students
;'i i world was publisher in a recent issue Pilot, quoting from official reports! air brake as cue of those typical inventions erected or knew anything whatever who Rant

> '. of the Portland, Oregon, Journal. The shows that the drinking of spirituous liquors which are doing their work I respecting It. There was no stonecutter C them. I 1

r't, leading department store in the West and wines is on the decrease in faithfully and humbly while recent In the vicinity capable of executing For terms address .n :
f Ins in that full creations the and work. The stone bears the inscription 1
.! paper thirty-two pages get glory applause. tlJe.
j. this country, aid that the increase in t
t-'" ; of displayed! s.i ertiliag. This is the Collier's. : 'Aaron Burr. Bom Febru WILL J. O'CONNQH, Business Manage

i I age of great things, aud this advertisement the use of "intoxicants" is in the consumption ary. C. 175G. Died. September 14.1S3G. 8.12-3,.
il1 certainly one of the, greatest.- of malt liquor, otherwise beer. Hongkong the Luxurious. .' "-Philadelphia Press. It .

Times ilnion.s This increase is in the
Lt! not prohibitionstates hotels
Hongkong, with its luxurious I
i: ". ,: Some of Starke's non-advertising business but in those where there has beena its princely clubs its rich and Influ- The Presidential Salute. !

; t. Ji j I- men, who long ago settled the large influx of foreigners who are beer ential banks housed In splendidly con One explanation of the reason for .

"I'.I 1, .\ question, "Does advertising pay the advertiser drinkers. To be fair to the American structed and beautifully designed adopting twenty-one guns as the presidential John B. Stetson Universi

; ?" in the negative, will don,t- people prohibition papers should ad buildings; its shipyards and graving salute is that there might be

" i: less wonder what the Portland' merchant mit this fact. That they do not, but docks able to care for the largest vessels maintained a uniformity In national LINCOLN HULLEY Ph. #.,Litt. D.. LL D.. President J

;' wanted to give the Portland paper! strive thereby to make capital against ; Its miles of warehouses bursting salutes Great Britain having in the THE BEST SCHOOL JSJjJft FOR YOUR CHILDREN]

!:; r so much money for. We imagine;: that prohibition, shows a vital weakness in with wealth; its yellow sailed fleets distant past adopted twenty-one as the SEND THEffi''O STETSON : .

the merchant wanted to help the laden with silks, tea, sugar and precious number for the royal salute. Of the
ti ( just their argument and position.PanamaCity 49 Professors and Instructors. College of Liberal Arts :1
.'.:J l' paper along. But, didn't he give it to Pilot. porcelains; Its commerce almostas I many surmises as to why the number 17 University Buildings ,College of Law '-';

! the paper iri big chunks? Those thirty- great as that of New York; its twenty-one was settled upon we mention 28 Acre Campus College of Technology ....*
;': t '
8UPER'SES&ITIYE. botanic gardens hung amid delightful two-first, that twenty-one was 581 Students Last Year College of Business
'
:: two pages probably cost him six thousand villas overlooking a harbor that !Is a Endowment i I
$250,000.00
t Why should the Times-Union and other the number of years fixed by English Preparatory Academy
G : \ 't dollars. Advertising rate are city in Itself and that floats 10.000 sails; law as the age of majority; second, 15,000 Volumes In Library Normal and Model Schoob '

i" : '. '. higher in Portland than Starke. The papers advocating the interests of the Hongkong, with its wonderful templesof that seven was the original salute $10,000.00 Pipe Organ School of Mechanic Art :

I Portland paper has a larger :eircnlation saloon, be so sensitive about being called ornate teak roofs, Its idols of a and three times seven would signify 10 Large Laboratories for Science School of Music ,J:

t' than the Telegraph has. ThaCmakes: "whiskey papers?" We don't get hot hundred sects its French cathedral, its one seven for each of the divisions. Unsurpassed General Equipmec; School of Fine Arts -
" '' ( in the collar when somebody calls us a forts garrison and naval life, its Hap- Septntedormltorta for young men tad yocatwoj en.Qmttian Careful tdmiaisintioa tad thoroofh i
the difference. England and Wales, Scotland and Ire- and sectarian tochioc. For catalogs or T w,. for Information,or for raerntioav i_
,. .. democrat because we advccate measures py Valley race course-all at the end
land. It is asserted that the United JOHN B. STETSON VNlV SITY. DeLAND. FLORIDA.;
1 NOT A NEW CONVERT the democrats support. I of white man's civilization. Supreme States adopted this salute to signifyto I

..nI 1 The fight in Florida now is between from the peak on which It rests, in the mother country that her child
I The Leader is happy that Brothers well bred aloofness It looks askance at
Matthews and E. M. Law have prohibition and the saloon. There is no had reached his majoriy and was prepared -
i', Eugene
, ':t. endorsed the prohibition side and now if side issue attached to it. Those who line sordid Asia, whence It sprung.-W. J. in law to inherit the land and to LOANEDL

i I Editor Holly of the Sanford Herald and up with the saloon can be properly termed Aylward in Harper's Magazine.How this end fired the "gun of 177G" the MONEY

> 1' Editor Harris of the Ocala Banner will whiskey men, for the time being, it figures of which year, 1+7+7+G, equal
- .' J take sides with the friends of the amendment how Thon" Would Work. Philadelphia. Press.Underground ON REAK ESTATE
we will have a strong quartette of matters not they got there, whetherby .Thonis the word which has been 4
!
' backers.-Ft, Meade Leader. the local option route or some other.If .
suggested for use as an English pro-
" .
' ; The Leader speaks of the editor of thei the straight advocates of the saloonare Hotels. "
noun of common gender, a luxury: An extraordinary hotel is that In LONG TIME ASY: PAYMENTS
i i 1 ; Telegraph a& though he were a recent whiskey men then, those who vote which the English language has thus the sewers of Paris. below : .. .
; Immediately -
.j : : convert to prohibition. This is probably with and for them are whiskey men also far had the fortitude to forego. It was i the Church of St. Madeleine. It For Inform Ion 'V riteTHEJACKSONLOA1hTRUSTCOMPANY

l t :; : due to the facfr-that; Editor Simmons while they are so voting. The term does considered suitable for English be-
Y i I was built and Is conducted solely for
..': .. 1\,I'\ is not an old hand at the newspaper not mean that they drink whiskey or cause it came from the Greek. Its use the benefit of the sewer workers. _

'f I j !I \ .... business in Florida and has been a read. frequent saloons, but that the course may be illustrated follows: Nearly a hundred meals are provided ;!n Mississippi.
.... If desires
t. er of the Telegraph for only a few pursued by them is favorable to the a parent to spank tbon'shis every day. and for the sum of $2.40 a
) ( or her, as the case may be) child 9.16.n
.1 whiskey men, they knowing it to be soat
,; months. The editor of this paper has man can be comfortably housed and
: tl.e time. thon (he or she) should take thon (him, .
always supported prohibition in whatever fed for a week in this gigantic drain
'. We recognize the fast: that good men her or it) across thon's knee. Then
.a '. S form it has been presented. He and true can be and some are opposed to thon should remove thon's slipper, and pipe.

I ', has done this because of a conviction the state-wide amendment, on the after explaining to the child the reprehensIbility Very similar is the hotel which caters -

I ; ..... that whiskey drinking; is a great curse ground that they prefer local option, but of thon's conduct thon for visitors! to the coal mine of
:S' we also recognize at the same time, that St. Pierre at Mons. It is to be foundat
to mankind! and that the aboUt on of the should apply the slipper to that portion ANNOUNCEMENT :
and illustrationsof
i' they are bright shining
the bottom of the MERCANTILE
mine 600 feet below
of
tbon's -
I t; open saloon would greatly lesson the evil the adage that the best of men can anatomy which from
I time Immemorial has been dedicated to the earth and is carved out of ,
i : ; of intemperi n.e.I : and do go wrong sometimes. Their belief
.. that they are right does not make that purpose.It solid coal. The' electric light on the .

I i I I HOW THE.STATE DOES BUSINESS. them right. As long as they fight under may easily be seen from the above glittering black walls. which have W'e wish to announce to the cli\ :ena of Brooker and surround-
\ the whiskey banner they are whiskey'smen how "thon" effects great clarification. been left unpapered. is extremely ef
ing sectio that we have opened a f i >sh i, clean stock of
"whiskey men" for short. fective. \ general merchandise -
i: I 5 .. Do we understand the justly celebrat Llppincott's.In Large reception and bed
I : ) ed East Coast canal, which the state Another question if they are so sure rooms splendidly fitted up are provided in the Morgan building, C door to the depot at Brooker. .

.tt tj i :-. gave hundreds of thousands of acres to they are right; why are they so sensitive? Praise of the Eskimos. and the hotel even boasts the luxury We respectfully solicit a share of yclr patronage and guarantee as '

tc. I I I .",..v/\mr.ra..........w. anri-- co -forth-..-, tit.... }-A- -all- incHfn.wn.- -Brooksville Argus.KNOCKED Commander Peary In the narrative of a swimming bath. good goods and as low.prices as yo' :ban secure anywhere.
; ; tion that charges toll? We demand
1;
THE OTHERS OUT. his
describing of
1" y : \ speedy enlightenment. We saw in the discovery the north TILLIS
&
i, ; .: ._ press something that indicated such a We give the speakership to Eugene S. pole devotes a very long chapter to Mark Twain as "Attraction. MORGANBROOl

1 I :; : state of affairs. If it is really the case : Matthews. That photo and pen picturein the Eskimos, with whom he has had A girl who was a stranger to Mark
,"
i; t i ; t' we propose to do some kicking that willcause the Miami Metropolis by Jayhew Intimate dealings for eighteen years. Twain once found her way into his FLA.
:i the seismic department of the He tells us that though .
they are savages Bermuda. home with the of
I 3 I Reeso simply puts all others in the dis- hope getting S. W. TILLIS :
; Smithsonian Institute at Washington to they are not savage; that though ,: a sight of the author. She came I J. J. MORGAN
#1\\ i' :: give out news of a record-breaking card. And then we favored Gene Matthews they are without government they are suddenly In contact with him and :
;1 'i ; earthquake demonstration. The state anyhow, on general principles. .
'I not lawless that
: though they are un- frankly explained her errand.
J : of Florida build a canal and allow anybody Sanford Herald.
.j 1'I'. '. S to collect toll? Get the hook. educated they exhibit a remarkable "Have you seen the crystal cave '"7

.it ; .:d ,. We are greatly surprised that our IK VERY BAD SPIRIT. degree of intelligence. He assures us .yet," he asked. "or the aquarium?" Played Them Both Ways. }P to think what the Jumble of words "
P that they have no religion, yet he "No; I came to see you first; she The French comedian Perlet Is
. t t_ metropolitan: contemporary should be sounsophisticated. The Starke Telegraph speaks forcefully ( was extraordinarily fins. Jt onlythe trade way of say-
i describes
i I them as destitute of vice and answered.
i thin. A white of the .
'\ n That's the way the : on the subject of independentism thatis physician recom- paper narcissus lily \
." ready to share their last meal with the "Well!, you shouldn't have seen me mended him to try some bath In the fey and Roman hyacinth. Likewise ,
: : state does!! business. It pays the bills breaking out in Florida, and calls hungry. He thinks it would be .
up- Impos- first. bre .answered. "I in
l run oppo. Pyrenees so he betook himself to the urn" !is their word for chtysanthe-
; ;I : .'and lets the ether fellow collect the toll. on the people to support the party nomi sible to Christianize them, but they already sition to"the crystal and the aquari mineral springs, where he bathed unremittingly I m, and time and space are likewise .

: II i Witness! the Everglades drainage. The nees. The Telegraph does well to sound possess the cardinal graces of um. But they're not shucks to me. but all in ,"a1nj be did not Wed by saying "cyp" instead 'of'

!! 1:; .< state is paying the bills and private par the note of warning and do what lies faith, hope and charity for "without I'm lots better. I give them their Increase in size. "Patience," urged the &;" ripedium. Bridesmaid roses are ...

1 ill : ties are reaping a rich harvest out of the. within its power to protect the party them they could never survive the six money's worth. But you should see doctor. "There Is nothing like our i' aids" American Beauties are"beau- ,

.,I!; i, ,'. fenterpris! but not another word. We from disruption even in these few pla months' night and the other rigors of them. Then you'll appreciate me." baths for making people fat. One $,,* Perle du Jardln becomes "perte

L f r are trying otr best to le; goof about the ces. System and organization are necessary their home.. This was said in his most earnest day while Perlet was waiting philosophically fttl Is pronounced pearl, while Souve- '_
<< drawl and with only a sparkle of hu- In his bath' for embonpoint h'i t du President Is reducedto '
;i .t' i Everglades;; ,.,since our notions did cot to orderly government, and it is in an Carrot
I' t; prevail at the stair. bad The Greatest Historian.By mor in his keen blue eyes.-Chicago which never came he heard a word. Just as those other Bind i
; very spirit and poor judgement to .
\ --+-r common consent the greatest of Tribune. conversation in the next room from mlast French rose names, General
to "start ;
attempt something" after the
r Waiton county has an independent all historians in Thucydldes, the Greek which his own was divided by only a [ and Marechal Nlel. where .:

-. J. candidate for representative. Hon. nominees have been regularly declared. contemporary of Pericles and author Striking It Rich. I thin partition and which was occupied i ed to "Jack": and "NleT; In the .

'" ;".,'. : George W: Ward, the democratic nominee -Miami Metropolis. of the history of the Peloponneslan "DIJ you ever strike it rich pros- by an enormous woman fat as the d of their glory. New York

', ,. ," will be opposed by George Reddick. war. One of the greatest tributes that pecting?" Hottentot Venus. "Doctor," said she ;
IIOMESEEKERS COMING.: r
:S !, Si : ,ij.JI'; The. 'DeFuniak Springs Breeze speaks can be paid to him is that accordingto "Only once." replied: the westerner. "I am getting tired of this." "Wbyr r
; ..; /fI' confinently of Mr. Ward's election The Jacksonville ,
,
i! i ? -14:., ". .and very it is to bu hoped that conditions war Metropolis reports the estimate of a very able critic "1 was going along a trail In the moun- asked the Aesculapius. "I have been To Mate It Shorter.

.. ; -- : ..;:.'. rant this confidence., In the meantime that .between sis and seven hundred we have a more exact account of a tains late one afternoon when I saw here two months." "'VellT. "Well 1 ) P"flother writes that she win be here

::.., the democrats of Walton should be on I homeseekers passed through that city long and eventful period by Tbucyd- the gleam of metal. Hastening to It, I am as enormous as I was when I for a short visit, my dear,"

: ;',w.' .\" .guard to see that their party organization Thursday night on their way to more Ides than we have of any period In found"- came." "A little patience madame," tlorrow wife. ,
I t, $: is not destroyed! by the independent modern history, and "Silver or gold?" "
1 Southern points in Florida.! The Me- equally long eventful urged the doctor. "There Is nothing well replied her husband.as .

: t ".' $' movement that seems to be spreading tropolis adds that this Is the largest number and yet all this is compressed intoa "Tin. It was a matchbox full too. like our baths for making people thin." as be left the house he patted his

j 4 .:--t".J',,: -j."f! over the state. that has ever come Into the state in single volume. For concise, vIgor- And I had been out of matches since Perlet, hearing these words sprang outf lit& boy on the head kindly and said.

i ; t :: ous and yet Intense presentation Thu my early morning smoke.-Philadel- >f his bath dressed rushed home to didn't you'ask me to buy
,: 1 5 : :; : : .On two separate accarions lately the one day and it is indeed a hopeful you
I< <' augury cydldes has never been equaled: .He phia Ledger. his hotel ordered his bill and left for and a drum the other ?"
); f 14.:.,. .t;. .-. Jacksonville Metropolis has. referred to for a busy winter season, and a sea.son Is easily the king of bistorians.SewYork Paris by the next train.-Argonaut .rtbY.; dad." day

x ':l':' l.\. Sanford as a village. When Bob Holly that will differ from previous seasonsin American. Benefits of Music. LtiVen. I will bring. them home to-

t f .ii-':,':' .-j.;..' ':I::'- of the Sanford Herald goes to Jacksonville the fact that many of the newcomersare "Do you believe that music prevents A Simple! Life. t-London Telegraph.

a : ....(.: t again the police had'better meet not mere visitors but investors and It Did. crime" "And what," inquired the visitor i

j I f J... ,:"' j. S him Alt the train and take his gun off of settlers, who will become permanent "Do you know anything doctor" "To a certain extent" replied Mr. who was being nice" to little Bobbie t l A 8f 'Prec.utionl

, <. ..,l'tt him. He will never stand for this "vil- residents of the state. said Mrs. Finnlkln. "that will put a Slnnlck. "When a man keeps both "are you goifig...'to do when you grow tench Tourist-I declare I do not

: j '!f : "\ la eofS&nfOrdnbniness. Its too much. The railroad officials have been telling little color Into my cheeks? 1 am so hands and his breath busy with a cornet up?" |i|ze looks of zat guide-I do not

: :, 'I. as that the coming season wjll\ be a rec dreadfully pale." you know he can't be picking pock "Be a business man" responded Robert hr } trust-I have re misgiving. Ees '

'- ; : : :;, \" This paper has taken very little stock ord-breaker and this is confirmed as a "Well, madam," replied Dr. Blunt ets,' attempting homicide or slanderinghis "like father. He took me down to it: .t possible that he might betray

1J".."!' :: -t t. in the'predictions of democratic vie- correct; prophecy by the fact noted by "perhaps If I tell you that you have a .*'Washington Star. his office last week and I'm going to q brigand? .

'. .z., '- tones iu the forthcoming congressional the Metropolis. If the movement has hole In your stocking about the size of work like him and have a good time." ened English Tourist-Oh no
r:'\ elections We.had about given up hope, a quarter it may have the desired ef A Comparison.In "And what f
.5- set in in such volume thus early, it is are you going to do In ( >f that. I have given him to und -
j.- .. a; seethe democrats of Maine .haveelectedViROvernor t ct. a school at Washington a boy was business pursued the visitor.
bat safe nd have
to say tbat it will continue in hand we left our money at
and three members ofcongress' asked to compare the word "sick. "Going to do Just like dad" repeatedthe t '
some proportions throughout the winter. Just ootel and will pay him when wect.London
The
Talking. little fellow
Ps arose in his place,
we 'ate prepared to believF youngster-"catch the train every
eTampa Tribune. Stella-I hear that Lizzie Is looked get Mall.
talking around him for hIs
a moment
good thing we Hear. morning and when I get to the office
.mflsj..... ,,1 any :_.: .' ,TO REDEEM WASTE LAXDS. of getting married again. Bella-Ididn't face a picture of deep thought and light a big cigar and sit down at my I -

1'ha. Jacksonville Metropolis did a know' that she had been married then he said: .- desk and say there's so much work to The Horse's Ears.
The people of Starke and Bradford once yet. Stella-She Isn't. I said TV ether drive
she "Sick worse dead."-Los Angeles do It's you a single horse or
when
ad ,daja: business It broughtankHoffater no use beginning till after lunch
county ire moving in the was talking of It '
t matter of cre- again. Times. and then a m the principles are the same
,I back. to Florida. Huff a- go out with another big man
i ":'i jj one of the brightest lights ever sting a dralnsg district for the improve. and eat and eat till I can't eat anymore but 4D driving a pair see to It that

.'. ueCted with the ment of the splendid area of fertile land Warned. Easily Managed. and then go back to business and eac :horse does his share of the work

: newspaper.* business lying along Alligator creek, of which "Sbe told me that I might hope." First Girl-1 mean to be engaged ask everybody'else why the work ain't and .0 more. A pair of hones, more-
lorida:.. "Better look out! I've known girlsto when I'm nineteen. Second
Girl-But
the Times made
.. .r' mention suggestively a done, and then get so mad because ove .| unless well driven are sure to
: who few days ago. It is a simple say that when they intended to accept supposing you can't manage It? First nobody does that h I the
ni BrpraVforcl, recently g.v'tl proposition a chap."-Puck. Girl-Then I shall anything 111 go get habit of wandering over the
k editorial chair of the Pensacol is stated by OoL 0. L.Peek, and its accomplishment I am engaged. remain nineteen until home early and be so tired I can't doa road: .i To drive well you must keep

r t 4 ng' h!!$ttas formed a co-partner-- would be the bigest thing The Cavity. thing except read the paper and you eye and your mind on the horse.
x : for Starke since its railroad hit smoke more big cigars and swear.".;.. W,: his
itn'YQh.r\A. Vans Agnew, ol it. Thereare Cholly-The dentist told me I had a .Change. Pearson's. ears. They will be pricked

.. f the.practice* .of- law. many hundred thousand acres of large cavity that needed filling. Ethel Old Lady (In drug store)-Boy, can to 'rd when he Is about to shy.
..m'T :".-' -T. land In Florida lying worse than wastedwhch. DId he recommend any special course you change a dollar bill? dr [When he Is tired fly back Just
; g evhr rtingiy jit It, really : .could be easily changed into the of study ma'am. HoWH Boy-Yes. Florist Jargon. I bet be "breaks" (Into a gallop) and

1 ; .D giaecegaStranb.. of, the St. Pe- most fertile and productirev: sad '1he you hare It-In quinine The florists have a trade Jargon of bef :;he kicks. Before kicking too a

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t': W. (C.; T.. \.a A Prince Poison .
.. Edited by-Mrs D: Kf. EnlgTit.v i I GLOOMY j WEEREAS, the Legislature of 1900 under the f
; I Constitution of 1883, of the State Florida,did MPs ...
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pus three joint resolutions proposing amendments I One of
Let'us see now what the courts of our to the Constitution of the State of Florida BINGriXlVLf
and the.name were agreed to by a vote of Colic, and all stomach : :B> FREDERICK
:land are saying about the liquor .curse. thr -tI1thil of all the members cleaved to each troubles instantly relieved 1- manycases
religions house; thattthe votes on said Joint resolutions 1o
are& l.j
Bear In'mind that the courts not were entered upon their respective journals, with f

bodies, nor temperance organiza- with yeas-and. nays thereon, and they did determine 1S10. by AmSrlcftn Press
THINKING OF THE ISUICIDE and jHrcct that the said joint resolutions I Assoclatlon.I .''
tions, nor reform or agitation societies. { be submitted to the electors of the State -PJIinkiney. a "
in STUNT I at. the general eleocloii in November, 1910. I where
tribunals
t They are judicial engaged Now,thert-Co .R.1lavCra\\1'ordSooretary: *
l r the high 'vocation of settling questions o: statxtor: the SfW' ; oMlorida, do hereby givenotice (rust DAns') There was a time In Italy when the
Peruna
that a >V {"
which other people have agitated. GEHEML i LECTIOS This famous remedy never fails to Italians.got rid of those wbo stood In
} relieve both external in- '
: The tupreme court of Nebraska, in pain, and their way by means of poison.At has -'. \ .
will be held in each1cW&ty in Florida on Tuesday ternal.
'j.the case of Tredway vs. Riley, 32nd. next: succeeding thetirst Sftmday Nov that time Italy was divided up

I Neb. 495, says: "Laws regulating and 0ttb mLt'r, A. D. 1910, thesaidXuesday being f the. Into a number of petty principalitiesand done
j. ';
Eighth Day ol Btft nrtEN)
prohibiting the manufacture and sale of dukedoms. These former rulers
oKjhe
.! for the ratiflcatiou or rejection saidJoint Mice of Election. '
intoxicating liquors are regarded as police resolutions proposing the anieiidnM&faiwto j are still called princes and dukes but what ;
the Constitution of the State of Florida, vii!' .' ,
? regulations, passed for the prevention SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an 'JI4theSherff I their power has been merged In the

of idleness, drunkenness, pauperism amendment to Article XIX of the Constitution of Bradford County, of the State king. There was formerly a grand other
of the State of Florida relating to tVa .cf Florida: ,a
;i and crime. manufacture and'sale, or other disposal,'** Bait known that I, H. Clay Crawford Secretary duke of one of these little territories

the above is not the language of intoxicating liquors and beveragus.. of State for the state of Florida,do here- whose power was absolute and who reme-
fit' it n-olved by tht UgislatureottA, btateof by'give notice that.a .
the W. O. T. U., nor of that body that s Florida: ]1 .'* X used it simply: to gratify this 'poison dies 4
1 That Article XIX of the Const $ ThOf the GENERAL ELECTION .
1J\said to be composed of fanatics, but a 0 Stnte of 1 londa I-, and the sam' iljereby; 'will be held in Bradford county, State of Florida passion which pervaded Italy at that : .'
is the language of one of the greatest ami.niled.*> as to read as follow uU V' 'd( *" ,on Tuesday first srcceeding the first Mon time. lIe Lad a way at a feast of failed "

Article XIX, Section 1. The tfifcflflfac1n &,.. day in November, A. D. IfflO, the said Tuesday honoring iT guest in this wise: He
udicial bodies of this country. What and sale, barter exchange,of intoxicating being. the
;do you local optionists think of that liquors and beverages, whether spirtttron.s l i EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER.Fbr would send his glass to the guest with to do.
ANDFOfGET vinous!or malt, are Hereby forever prohibited; his compliments, proposing to change
( Representative from the 2d
language from a sane court? in the btate of Floridaxcopt alcohol fo*,medical Congressional :
scientific or mechanical purposes!; and District of Florida in the sisty-second Congress glasses with him. The guest who accepted IIH. C.I' A. LANDGRABE.
Again, the supreme court of Maryland IT wine for sacramental purposes; the Hale of of the United btates. the honor would then rise bow /- "
"'- For two Justices of the Supreme Court of the
in the case of Tragester vs. Gray, which alcohol and wine for the purposeffjef. ore- State of Florida. Mr. C. A'ndgTabe, Box 23, Coal
said, shall be regulated by law. t fff- and drink from the duke's glass. The
3 Md. 230 of drunk- -, -. shall enacTsuitable For two Members of the House of Representatives burg,Ohio, i tea: "! had been a slight
)? said: "The habit :; < 2. The Legislature of the State of Florida. wine in it would be poisoned and the
law for the enforcement of the provisions of sufferer for umber of but
"jennesa and the evils attendant upon it, SIMMONS LIVER RECULATOR this article. For two Railroad Commissioners of the Stateof last the guest would ever drink. years, paid
Florida. little or no ttentton to it until tha
have always received a considerable de- ...... th. LIver to Healthy Action Sec: 3. This article shall go into effect on the For county Assessor of Taxes. The duke's domain took in a princi- ,
'.
first day of July, A. D. Ill. For Tax Collector. spring of t a year, when my suffer '
-end- pality adjoining the south the duke
of attention from the lawmakingpower. For on becam
County Treasurer. ings frY severe.
And when we consider the poverty MAKES LIFE WORTH LIVINC. A JOINT RESOLUTION: proposing amendments For five County Commissioners. having poisoned all the members of .
to Article V of the Constitution of the For three Members of the County Board of the "1 had pa in the had, back, spins,
misery, ruin and wretchedness State of Florida, relative to the Judiciarydupartm..nt. Public Instruction.For reigning family-save one princessand liver chest, -various of
parts
my
Justice of the Peace In and for the following then appropriated their domin- .
which intoxicants entails upon Its unhappy -' Be it resolved by the Legislature of the State of justice districts, viz: ion. This he body, besid indigestion that caused
princess brought to his
victims and the unspeakable Florida: No.2. me much tr e and I .
anxiety. often
That thefollowing amendments to Article V No. 3. capital and desired to marry her that ,
woes which must be endured by helplessand of the Constitution of the Stat of Florida;'relative No. 4. thonghtw ireUn4atnlghUwoull _.
Interesting Facts to Smokers. to the Judiciary department, to be numbered No.7. he might unite the two countries un-
not live th hit.
innocent beings dependent upon : said Article V.be tried medical aid,
Sections *, 40 and 41 of No.8. der a common dynasty. She was unwilling
them, and' also the frequent crimes and Do yon know that in Cuba, to test and the same are hereby agreed to and shall be For Constable in and for the following justice bnU6nop a*.
Havana tobacco, the leaf is rolled into a submitted to the electors of the state at the districts, viz. and through motives of policy
disorders produced by the same cause, general election to be held on the first Tuesday No.2. be preferred to wait rather than force Not kn g what was my main
.
cigar and lighted to the taste then
get after the first Monday in November, A. D. 1910, No. 3. trouble I to Dr. Hartman '
we may measure income degree the necessity the light is permitted to go out and the for ratification or rejection to-wit: No. 4. her into the proposed marriage.One after ,

for a legislative remedy, if one cigar is Again lighted, and if the taste is Sec. 39. From the andatter Criminal the Court adoption of Record of tht'Seamendmpnt.8 :in No.9. night white the grand duke was reading of treatment, for advice '
In Testimony Whereof,I have hereunto set tellinghdmo '7'iV&tioUl.ailmenta and
can te found. Every consideration con rank and bitter the tobacco is graded as and for E-scambia county shall be known as the my hand and affixed the great seal sitting at a table on a raised dais, a : ;
inferior quality. Palm Smokers are always Court of Record in and for tail county, and,in (SEAL) of the State of Florida,at Tallahassee number of guests seated at tables be- he notified at once that I had '1''.
nected with the public welfare imperatively sweet afrer relighting.Do addition to their present jurisdiction the said the capital this 29th day of temio catarr
< demands it. you know that you cannot get finer Escambia county concurrent with the circuit H. CLAY CRAWFORD stranger walked in unannounced and "After usinl the first bof tie of Perona

'There is a supreme court of a great Havana tobacco in any cigar at any court of original said county jurisdiction and the Judge of all thereof other cases,the Secretary of State. uninvited. There was, a vacant chair I felt relief,&> I continued to use U

state that. says. every- consideration .connoted price' than that which. is in a Palm Smoker and same matters and the same power and authorityto To J.Sheriff N. LANGJfORD Bradford county., beside the princess and after deferen- until I had tik len four bottles, when I .
? issue all writs as the circuit court of said
with the public welfare imperatively county and the Judge thereof excepting cap- tially asking her permission be accepted felt entirely cjred. I recommend It to
Do know that Palm
YOU Smokers are ital and the to summon and em- all others beHJrrtng that
demands a legislative remedy for cases power they will experience
HANDICAPPED.This it and at once entered an ani- r
made by Cuban hand workmen? Every empanel a grand jury. upon
"
the :habit of drunkenness. Have you rules of procedure and practiceand tef that I did. .
cigar will burn even and draw freenotlike The same mated conversation with her. the.w

: ever'heard an enthusiastic temperance cigars that are made in molds. fereeswhich rights of trial obtain by in judges said circuit ad litem court and shall re- Is the Case With Many starke The .grand duke looked on astonished .as as a Tonic.' ', '

woman give the liquor curse a more eerere'indictment -. Do you know that Palm Smokers cost obtain in said court of record. The Governormay and mad with Jealousy. While Mr.Wllliartfe?.Hawkins,12 West 8k, '
,in Ills discretion, order any one of the circuit People
than the above indictment dealers more than any other 5o cigar? judges of the State to hold one! or more be was homely and misshapen, the I Westerly,B. ffi, writes:
That is because they worth of terms of said court of record. Too many Starke citizens are handi- ,
are a great terms or parts stranger was astonishingly handsome.
by this court? There is no deal Sec. 40. The Supreme Court of the Stateshall wI wish to gi a my testimony In favorof
more. in all of capped with a bad back. The unceasing He paid no more attention to the host Pernna '
stronger language that you could use in have appellate jurisdiction causes asi| r tonic. I have used the ,
Do yon know that the wrapper and which jurisdiction is granted to aid court of pain causes constant misery, making than if he had not been present The same for eaten I and
expressing: the thought couched therein, filler of a Palm Smoker comes from the record. Appeals and writs of error shall be I jjh, can recommendit
prosecuted from the said court of record to the work'a burden and stooping or lifting an duke turned to one of his attendantsand to all who aif troubled in *
yet they are not the words of any religious famous Vuelta Abajo district of Cuba, Court In accordance with the laws tha'wa7.
or temperance organization, but and that the same grade of tobacco is ana supreme rules governing such proceedings from the impossibility. The back achss at night ordered a glass of wine. The attendant

used in the finest brands of imported cigars circuit court to the Supreme Court. preventing refreshing rest and in the who was the official poisoner.. i .
of the highest court of a great state, Sec. 41. All the provisions of the Constitution -
went out and in few -1 don't
? and all laws enacted in consonance there- morning is stiff and lame. Plasters and a moments returned Strange Gee know half the I w

which decides' questions agitated by Do you know that if have not with pertaining to the said Criminal court of liniments with a glass of wine on a people In the! m. Just look at that \
you relief but
may give cannot .
thereof, including the
1Listen record and the officers .
others. ; smoked Palm salver. woman over (it re-the cross eyed red
a Smoker that have
,
you manner of the appointment or election and the reach the cause. To eliminate th pains t.;
again. In the case of State vs. not smoked the best? terms: of office and compensation of said offic- "Take it to the stranger" sold the headed one. ; nd some one told me r

Aiken, decided by the supreme court of Do you know that a Palm Smoker has ers court, shall of record apply and with the officers like effect thereof to the except said and aches you must cure the kidneys.Doan's duke, "with my compliments and say she was mam1>on't you think the ,

South; Carolina and found in the 2jih( L. that smooth, rich taste that is so much as provided by these amendments. The present Kidney Pills cure sick kidneysand that I would pledge him with an exchange fellow was a |t? Other Guest meek-
sought in high grade Havana ? officers of said criminal court of record cure them permanently. b
cigars of know 1 was. I'm him. Balti-
glasses. ly-1 -
R. ill page 345, that court says: shall be the officers of said court of record and '
is to the Do you know that substitutes may discharge the duties and rcc ive the emoluments II The following statement should con- The glass with the message, was more Ameri ,
in its nature dangerous
"Liquor.,. Look the same as Palm Smokers but of their respective offices until the expiration -
of their terms of office. The vince every Starke reader of their ef carried to the stranger, who took the
morals order health and safety of present
good will not the
taste
they ? Insist
same up- salary of of said court of record shall : ficiency. former from the salver, arose and ad- Tal Too Much.
the pfople, and is not to be placed upon on getting a Palm Smoker then you be two thousand and five hundred dollars a I
know yon are getting the best that mon year, payable quarterly by the county of Ell- I Mrs. John Smith, 307 E. Magnolia St., dressed the duke: Wife (rep 'hfullyj You forget

the same footing with ordinary commodities ey will buy. I cambia. ,and may increased by the, Legislature. : Gainesville, Fla., says: "I suffered "It would be boldness Indeed for me bow you one;j .!'eath@d your love in ,

of life. The price of Palm Smokers is 5o and I From and after the expiration of the term of from a weak back and severe pains in to drink your highness' wine when the my ear and !nlaed that my every ... ; -
Again, the supreme court of Illinois, office of the present Judge the Judge of said I whom
lady you are expected to honor
for should itified.
are sale at all'first-class dealers. wish Hub-No, I
court of record shall hold bin office for four : my sides for a long time. I could not
in the case of Schwichow vs. Chicago, years. : without having sharp with four sovereign band Is besideme. don't but I wl ',now I'd followed too t
stoop twinges
68th HL 444, says: "We presume no GOVERNOR WANTS ADDRESSES. JOINT RESOLUTION-proposing an amend through my body and it was difficult for I. will therefore pass the compliment hygienic nilei 1 keeping my mouth : 4 .' .
I
one has the hardihood to contend that ment to Section thirty-five of Article V of the i to her." shut while br thin....Baton Iran-
Constitution of Florida, relating to establishment me to regain an erect position. I was the duke's
theNtetail Holding glass In one hand
drinks
sale of intoxicating script.
Small Sum ol Money For Men Who of courts.
doe ot tend, in a large degree, to demoralize Be it revived by the Legislature of the Stateof also subject to headaches end at times and his own In the other he was aboutto _..- a_ 4liard. /

Served In Co. H. Florida: was very nervous. When I saw Doan's offer the the community, to foster vice, That the following amendment to Section : ; *. ,
) crime and want andmisery. Tallahassee, Fla., June 9.-Governor thirty-five of Article V of the Constitution of Kidney Pills so highly recommended for the duke thundered: "Have you : the billiard conundrum ?
' beggary,
'i" produce" h Gilchrist holds a small sum of money Florida and la hereby submitted agreed to the to electors and shall the be State proposed these troubles, I procured a box and be- "Who are you who dares Insult us ? Well.' "It is: or

due te each of the following I for aproval or rejection at the next general gan their use. In a short time I felt by refusing our ducal favor .. 44 What mad I i>e red ball blush? .
men, as
Now folks who have intended to election hereafter, that is to say said Section
you members of Company M, First Florida I thirty-fire of said Article shall be amended so much better, the pains lost their severe- The stranger set both glasses on the -'Why, when law the two whites i
i rote continue the sale and manufacture
to as to read" follows;: and I I table and replied: kiss in the cor "
ness gained strength. con-
t of intoxicants next November, will Volunteer Infantry, SpanishAmericanwar Hoc. 35. No courts other than herein specified "I ask your highness pardon. HaveI ( .
which was recruited atand shall be established In this State except sider Doan's Kidney Pills to be an ex- .. ,
iou not ponder the words of your most the offended?" I _
that the Legislature may provide for creation "
' earned the judicial of around Starke. The governer desires and establishment of such additional cellent remedy and am therefore pleasedto "You have." An automo came whizzing I '
men, tribunals: dicial circuits from time to time be- "
as them.
may recommend
your country? If you have thought the present postoffice address of each of come necessary, and for the appointment by 'Then<< 1 apologize. The offense was through a smal j and bowled'overent. "
these the Governor and confirmation by the Senateof For! sale by all dealers. Price 50 cent!. ; *
t your wife an extremist on this question, parties, if living. If any of them additional circuit judges therefor, whose unintended.1 ; a prominent ... Among those" i

f that the W. O. T. U. is fanatical are dead he desires the name and post. terms of office and general jurisdiction shall be Foster-Milburn! Co., Buffalo, New York, Taking one of. the classes from the who saw the ijrftlent and were "ex :
E or the same as herein provided for the circuit sole agents for the United States. -table he it the and 1 .
office addresses placed on salver it cited
of It
/ along this line, what are yon going to their legal representatives judges herein already provided for and may by was .young physician ust '
f : clothe any railroad commission with judicial Remember the name Doan's and was taken to the duke. who. half In- beginning to p tice. \ y
think now, when they are endorsed in in all matters connected with the func
f ; powers
j their ron the greatest legal bodies Osburn J. Benton, John C. Carter, tions of their ot&e. take no other. toxicated as he was and irritated with "A doctor! doctor he ,cried. .
by
f pox the man who might have cost the
;k, I of your land? Are not the above Simon B. Hedges, John M. Jones; Dan- The votes cast in compliance with said proposed : In South America. princess her life as soon as he saw "Somebody run Ir a physlclanr '
, ', iel B. Kelsey Oscar H. Martin WilliamM. amendments, and the canvass declarations "How about yfl&raelf: ?" + .4 '
from courts Foreign Correspondent-And wbo are suggested an
great
quotations your and returns thereof shall be subjected to that the stranger bad pledged him .
, worthy of your most sober, candid and Smith, George O. Singletary, Alta the; same regulations and restrictions as are those two men under the tree? General drank it down. In a few minutes his acquaintance happened to. be at .
law for elections in the .
E % conscientious thought and attention, J. Williams, ElmerfE. Cain, Walter R. ., state provided of Florida.by general /' Paprika-Ob. that's the second eyes were starting from his head hiss the scene. |"Jt' -

r r Crowson John A. Harris James A. In Whereof, I have hereunto set battalion of the royal guards -Chicago "Sure enough iiid the young' practltioner. -* ..I
when it says that the sale, mannfactw Testimony : face became purple his tongue protruded ..,.. ..."
1
my hand and affixed the great seal {thought of that. -
and use of intoxicants breeds crime, Miller: Atture N. Wilson Mark Chand- of the State of Florida, at Tallaha- he fell over dead. nevp '" s :

t : ler, John W. Freeman, Sebron A. Her- SEAL) see, the capital this twenty-fifth Then at a signal from the stranger 4- ....-... '
tends to demoralize the '
misery and woe, (Say of July,A D. 1910. ." .":. .
rington, Noah Jones, George L. Lemon, CLAY several men from among the guests ,. \ .. .
community and is not one of the commodities H. CRAWFORD, s ;-._
of life? Then the natural conclusion'U Joab G. Rice, Jr., Julius H. Smoak, Secretary of State. News.Aiiiit starting from their seats, drew their < '
.
swords and stood beside him.
C. Timberlake Isaiah D. \
Henry Wynn
4 that if vote to continue DrterPrices .
you -
Lock Castlebury George E. Dillon A Locomotive's Breathing.The "My friends. said the stranger, ad- : -
,
t ) this curse upon us, you, by that vote, "breathing" Qf'a locomotivethat dressing the company. "I am the only r .
Alexander Malcolm Owen Owens John :
r
endorse and become particeps criminis Is to say, the number of puffs legitimate living male heir to one-half h

t to witness,misery and woe caused by J. Ward. tf. given during a journey-depends upon writes Mrs. Ethel Newlin, this dukedom. For rears I have been On faD 'rocerle&I '. -

:. ., its sale and use, and yon assist and in de-the the circumstances of Its driving of Liberty Center, Ind, waiting for the. tyrant to alienate you. White Meat entlperpound." ...: _b..

moralizing your well community before vote. wheels and their speed. No mat- "that I began to take Car- his subjects that I might reclaim my Beet Jjjfi 3 ..
state. Think you Pulp, per sack of 100 _
." More anon. ter what the rate of speed maybe dUi, for it has cured me, own. By sleight of hand I changedthe pounds. r. '. ..

for every one round of the driving and I will never forget it glasses after setting them on the t .

Temperance Lectures. JOHNS.FURNITURE. wheels a locomotive will give four "I cannot praise Cardui table and sent him back his own glass. Peaches, la'jApnts per can. I \ J--

t. .. State evangelist, Rev. Sam J. White puffs-two out of each cylinder the too highly for what it did He has come to; his end by drinkinghis Pork and BeJtJs. 3 for 25 cents. ,\. .1iC .%1 ..

j will deliver temperance lectures at the cylinders being double. If the average for me. Before I beganto own poison. announce myself Mb. Can Corflbd Beef, 17 cen L :{. a

f following places on the dates given below circumference of the. driving take it I was Prince. of C.. which I declare a separate -quart Gal,ized, Buckets. 20- 4 .:" ,,. ,

.. wheel twenty feet and the.speed per very principality and these gentle- cents each. ,|3 ., 1''':' -
: bad color suffered
greatpain '
hour fifty miles a locomotive will men who have gathered around me .Good GalTa .ed. No. 2 Tubs. 4 :.
s l Ward City, Friday, 7:30"p.. m.,, 16th and weighed only ...
give going at express: speed 850 puffs are my ministers. The princess, my 63 cents each (::J .

I'! R inst. per minute 52. 00 puffs per hour and 105 pounds. Now I havea cousin will return with me to my cap Tin Ware ch' .. jGood.Mix8j
': Raiford 7SO.p. m., 17th good color do not suffer .
Saturday "
>i 1,055 puffs per mile.-London Stand ital. : fcArn: 'r
f l.76 a sack,
4 in t.j ard. and weigh 125 Ibs. Then the stranger offered his arm to "* *
No.l Tim l' ; s:
j Hay; f 1.BO
a \" Like: Butler, Sunday, 7J>0 p. m., 18th CO. ESS the princess the men who had Joined per
hundred
pounuaj, ,
r init. Suitable Game. him surrounded them and they walked ..' "

j\\ Worthington, Monday, 7:30 p.. m., Uncle Jack came to visit the family lei out of the room. They had not reachedthe Sugar, 16 porliu i $1.00. J .
.
f.: 19th inst. just after Johnny had recovered from k CARDUI door before the company Clad to White ShortaJl 1,80 per aac>r. 'td

Providence Tne dayr 7:30 p. m., 20th Dealers in an attack of the whooping cough. be rid of the ducal poisoner and Im- No. :2 White C&t, $1.83 a tack.i ..

E..J; "How did you amuse yourself while pressed by the noble mien of the Kerosene Oil m ,cents per gal- i 1 -t ,';,.-

Si -. last. Furniture Iron Bedsteads you had it?" he atked. The Woman's Tonic Prince of C., broke forth In acclama' Ion. i JS .: ti i

Lulu, Wednesday, 6:00 p. m., 21st "Me' and another boy who had It tions.By. Beat
i-, Japanes |Ue t 23 pound. : .
Mattings Rugs
'inst. played Indians and'gave warwhoops," Beware of strong, noxious the time the populace learneVl $1.00 M .. t

Starke, Thursday, 7i30 p. m., 22nd Art Squares and Rub- answered the little fellow.-Chicago mineral drugs, that that the duke. was dead the Prince of Best Rice, wjjoto j head piarlgrain 'r ,

:inst. beroid Flooring News sink into your system C.,. his cousin and his supporters had ;'It'uDdi'31Op.; ( ': j ". '

: j' Lawtey Friday, 7:80 p. m., 23rd inst. > like lead to the bottom Ota mounted horses that were standing Sweet.an4iI, $& !potatoes. Cab-. ',-... _4'.. -. _
in school house Plenty In ReHI"WoA. ready and were galloping across the : +
Will prefer speaking basin of water. ) :
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man who had been fighting got sunrise from several per 50o per .r : ; ,
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eloquent friend, who exclaimed: were called the prince was proclaimed Dome to my 4% near:thedepot ,jf "' t .
hear Rev: White.: Helaforceful minerals ;
carry the Magnetic mixed "Why Jack, where have you.been? poisonous or I sovereign of C. and his adherents and inspeatj.57-'goods::' ;: : :;:I ." ,, '
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j D. E. Knight, Sec'y. could have got plenty more, only I bad harmless, for.. use by old' But the dukedom j remained united,. "" .. < 4 '" .1.I t'',-', .T'

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1. -M Confederacy. put up a notice on nn1fmmm"'mm'llm1tfm"' ''mm"ntmtr11nf1;; _: ,

a wooden tree box directly in front of : H. C. RICHARD
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hand: Those who are not with us 6eneral Insurance.: '-' (
are against us. Let them go.' Every .
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M: A Man Took Big Chances on His at' \iller's house All looked grim By DELIA TREVOR. I represent' none: ''but"1!z.RST-01453 I For 20 for Lifell! i

Life. knowing that it was a thrust of Hew i companies and will be constantly pn the yearsor1THEPRUL'S
,. _, _, Miller American Press
'I son against and might be serious Copyright. 1910. by
Guarantee
1 i )W K"" Association. I alert to promote your interests;. : :
I courteous treatmenMb:'all.patrons.
"Mllles rr for one of his Intimate
By F. A. MITCHEL. A well- written policy by p first-class I
friends and'told him! to to Hewson
go 'I
(Copyright 1210. by American Press Association. and say he" proposed to remain wherehe This story Illustrates how much more agent in a flrst-class' &mpany some- ;
.] powerful Is kindness than brute force.
1 was and that It Hewson wished to times means much in;Case of loss by fire
of said the Fort JfH ,'
"Speaking nerve Con- Major Hopkins, commanding j f ':;
drive him out he would have to do so :: u
federate veteran, *'1 saw a bigger in- at the point of a 'weapon. "Hewson -, garrisoned by two companies of C, ;RICH AR 4 Starke, [Ia. -- '-, '

stance of it Before I went into the wished to know If this was a chal cavalry, seeing some of his scouts approaching == Very NEWEST IDEA ir Life Insurance!
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:: : army than during the whole four yearsof lenge. Miller's second said it was not. rode out to meet them. As --- .w.

; my term of service. I don't mean Then Ilewson said that he would begin they approached, he siiw-rid ln'g before ,DR2LER0Y\; W. DENHAMfa -- .

'I, t a case where man excited by the shooting metMiler's: the: next: : friend time he pOl'SuadetlHewson and Miller -' thc'iergeants'a,-little Indlangirl, about'* = ,/= DentistEdwards ===== E At age of 30, for $100.41 4 year during }o ur life

booming and the volleys of battle goes Eve yfors old. -
<, to refer him to a second. The SeTge 5 (a saving of $8.37 a month tour family will receive -
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In like a lunatic without realizing What have you there, tr"J
two seconds anxious to make the affair ; Bldg. Starke, Fla. after your death $3(1( H) Ever Month for
', i what he's doing, but where he coolly "We were getting a peep, sir at tb# E .
as bloodless possible, arranged Y
calculates on an advantage the failure as devils from the bushes wben. this;little -, :: 20 years, or $7,200.00 in aHJ
.. t; the following terms: At 10 o'clock In tC'
'L 1 of which will cost him his life. the morning each principal should! tot cane running right into us/ R---J-7 F.: ENSEY i :: -off.E

i "I was living at the time in. my native leave his house armed with a12: caliber !- There was nothing for us to do but At a slightly higher cc<#, the income I would

; "t i town in Virginia. Abraham Lin- revolver, only one chamber of seize her and clap a hand over her Civil.2\aijd Mechanical Engineer 5 continue for life.. F*1r

I coin was the Republican candidate which was to be loaded lloth livedon mouth. Then of course, we had to ,OLD TOWN, FLA. -
the main street of the town, and bring her with us to prevent her cries ", .--' -
t for president, and we were all watching -
they were to walk toward each other drawing the reds after us." i n,
." for the result of the election for too. Twenty Years Experience In the :Field. ::: LrWlite for Rates at YOl4i; Age and Learn How
Is
ii and Ore at will. "She must be returned, but it
..' i It was generally known throughout the "Hewsou was very much put out at late today. We'll keep her till morn Concrete Construction and Railroad E YOU can Provide an A'bSOll :e Guaranteed Income

south that in case the man nominated this arrangement which, be believed, ing. But what did ;you learn?" Contracting.. Work Specialties. .:: for Your Family. ;! ,

: t on a platform of 'No slavery In the would result in nothing serious to eI- "They've got the war paint on, and -

.' I territories' was elected our political ther party and refused to abide by It. the whole tribe Is wild. There must Florida Land Lines Located wit Accuracy. sue. E. P. DUNCAN f pedal Agent
f leaders were going to take the southern But his second told him that if he did be between two and three thousand ,

'; states out of the Union. not be (the second) would have nothing tepees, which would give them from
t STARKER. F ORIDA.
f' "Virginia at that time was a Union further to do with the matter, and ZOO to 800 warriors." DR. N. W. FRANCIS, w- t

atate. At any rate there were a lot Hewson reluctantly consented. The major turned and rode back to .

l i of Union people in it, and I was one "When this prospective affair got out camp, motioning the sergeant to ride General Surgery a Specialty. nu :
I llulul1nulululU1U1U1U1U1U"HnUlUlulUluuw;
of them, though afterward I went we were all very much surprised-first beside him and continue his report of Office Hours, 10 to 12-1 to 3-30 .

J, ,' Ii; over when the fighting began.:When that Miller had decided to fight, and the Information he had gained. The MN Kate Powell,Matron In charge office. L -
: 1 i we heard that Lincoln wagatecteyou second, that a single firing' should de- prospect was not pleasant. There were Office over Mitchell's Drug Store. .z '

, t". ; ; bet everybody looked serious. $ome cide the issue. But as Hewson was not a hundred men for duty in the Starke, Florida. ". .'t' .' .., '.' "I
1 were hot for secession Hght off, some known to be a dead shot it was expected fort, which was an old fashioned affair AGENCY :sc.

1\ i were opposed to anything of the kind, that the affair might not be and the ammunition was low. ESTABLISHED IN 1886.

.... i while the rest didn't know what th'ey bloodless after all. Nobody knew The Indians would undoubtedly attack
FIRE .
l\ f wanted. I was one of those who what Miller could do with,a gun. but and if they kept up the siege long COFFINS, CASKETS It iIAnd INJRANCE!
I and he had always been so-,peac able thatIt ,
: were on the fence, It: was our enough would certainly ca iure the
t : kind the leaders were laying for to was not supposed' vWas"ranch of a fort. The logical end of thSs was a a Full Line of J. R. DAVIS &COMPANY
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make secessionists of. When a man marksman. ,' ?;-" ,' : massacre of the whole garrison. Including Undertakers' Supplies STARKE FLORID
: "No effort was',.ma.deto keep'the af- ; A. .
was an out and out Unionist It was women and children. i ; .
pretty nard to move him. though lots fair, the terms and..the time a secret.A Upon entering the inclosure the Always on hand. The best service I : .
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of us that were strongly opposed to duel limited to one shot was unique major dismounted, took the Indian at the lowest prices. Special
seceding fought hard enough after the and Interested every one. The night I Orders.
r child in his arms lifted her from the attention to Telegraph
before the fight all the men in town
Old Dominion seceded. ,
horse and. taking her to his quarters, "f ,;
"But what I started In to tell you were discussing the probabilities con- turned her over to his wife. Then be Registered Embalmer

"\: strong about secessionist was the way from Ben the Hewson first tried, a cerning Hewson It.having Most but people a single believed chance that.to hurried .away to prepare for a: death WILLIAMS P A YS$ THE FREI6HI

to drive Ed Miller, as strong a Unionist get rid of his opponent, would jetW struggle.The Q. C. LIVINGSTON & Co.
little redskin stood stolidly '
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/ out of the Union and into the Con empty the chamber of. hJ&y weaponi Starke ( ;
Fla.
she in the middle of I !
where was placed
t' $1 federacy. They were both plucky then walk closely up to him-and kill II IIr.
enough, though they were of different him. Others figured that.Miller: would the floor, her straight hair falling In 211 West Bay St. -P. O. Box 40 jJr: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

kinds. Hewson was aggressive, always find some method of drawing Hewson's any and every direction her beady J. J. WILlilAHS ':.,.
ball at a moment when he would black eyes darting hither and thither. I I

fire at a disadvantage which would The white children clustered around CASE GOODS. i i. :
UOMESTEAD CORN WHISKED:;
: ,'I leave Miller at liberty to take a delib- her, gaping at her as an object of GENERAL REPAIRING
DESOTO RYE. 1| |Uon jug express paid __t'J BOjB .
she ------ ,
wonder. Being perfectly quiet
erate aim. All agreed that if one or I have opened a general: repair ,
the other was not seriously hurt the needed no attention till the shades of shop in the building next door to I 4 Full Quarts Express.. paid.. ______$ 5 00 .: SPECIAL OFFER. ,
______ : iatillert,
; matter would come up again later. night cast a gloom about her when and 6" .. 7 00 It brook Whiskey in dn1ms- >
J. M. Alvarez's store am pre- "
12" ______ 12 75
"Shortly before 10 o'clock on the her child's Indian stoicism broke down fa Bottling. Express Paid:
J pared to repair Sewing Machines, ______
12 00WILLIAMS'
I I morning of the fracas, 1 took,;position and she began to cry.Mrs. I 13 freight paid lOflJPInts in drum Express paid.-.t36 Watches, Clocks, Pianos, Organs,
: J1 on the sidewalk between the wa dis Hopkins endeavored to quiet No. 10 RYE. 2 Pints in drum 'U" .-SS 00

\\1 1t putants' houses. I' not1c ,"knots of her without effect. Little Maud Hopkins Guns,}Furniture etc. 4 Full Quarts Express paid_____$ 3 20 s4: only by drum;Will; not breaJuJroia uRN

ice men and boys gathering, the Union possessed a very beautiful doll First-class work guaranteed.I 6 ______ 4 50 ,
U ______ 9 00 > WHISKEYExpresa P Id.. ,"
full line of machine 13
t i't I. sympathizers taking position not far with waxen head and shoulders and carry a
24 ______ 950
from Miller's house and the secessionists light, fluffy hair. Taking up this doll, needles, oil and supplies. R yFork. per bottle Ex.pd.t4b j
0 mostly from which Hewson was to ad- the captive. 4 Full Quarts Express paid______$ 4 20 Nt J. White, better, 1 gal" _..ca: M "',
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t Phone 49 Starke, Fla. 6" 6 00 N 3. White, fine, 1 gal ," .....1375*;:
vance. Within a few minutes before "There," she said. "If you'll cease w--- -
12 ______ 12 00 Lfr ral Valley Corn gal" M __.,3.U .
10 o'clock the street was lined with crying you may have it to keep. ,
1 IYE WHISKEY Paid
SUNNY SOUTH RYE. -Express
people, expectantly waiting to see the Whether or not the child understoodthe
fight. understoodthe 4 Full Quarts Express paid____9 2 75 J1 Per Ga 1Ioa. RenCity.Expresspaid
l ; 'It' words, she certainly .
; -.to.< ") '. 6" _____ 4 00 $95Q; '
', "When the town clock the doll againsther YOUt.1 ..
struck the She thistles
; ap act. hugged sow tad II. .' "
reap lip. 12" ___ __ 8 00 Slimy South- 1'
! : ; pointed hour Miller emerged from his breast, ceased weeping and soon Ferry's Seeds you you Plant S6" Pinta.. ______ 12 00 RxL Malt----- '* t,2] r

",. fr't bouse and walked to the middle of the fell asleep. you STOW expect exactly and what ia YELLOWSTONE BOURBON. Hjfcdle RyeVSpedall_ 4 60 "
street. It was now seen that he had The next morning Major Hopkins 0'& bolt 450 '
profusion ,
i 4 Bottles express paid,___________$ 5 40 ..
d the advantage of the sun on his back, ordered the sergeant who had capturedthe tion and never perUc- ? a Case, express paid,_-___________ 12 75 RiS Hill_ 4 60
Plater __________ 500'Or :
.. though as the morning was generally child, with a dozen cavalrymen, to excelled.
OLD BOONE & Boone___ ____ II II 5 00
I I ..' cloudy this made but little difference.He take her back to the Indians. In doing 0 Fifty
Bottled in bond by the U. S. Gov'm't. W; 0iams' Private Seal 600.. '
walked slowly down the street and so there was a risk of their being mur- Study years and of 4 Full Quarts, Exp. paid________$ 5 00

I ,' before he had gone twenty paces, dered. But the major believing that experiencemakethemre 12 Full Quarts, Exp. paid________ 12 75 ALCOHOL.e\ ,
>' turning my eyes in the other direction. the loss of the youngster would tendto liable.: For sale- 24 Full Pints, Exp. paid-________ 1375 OK Grade Only and jug Ex. pd. *4 50*

r'a ." I saw Hewson coming, also in the further irritate the savages did' not .4 1 r Everywhere. Ferry's 48 Full % Pints Exp. paid______ 15 00 G "r, Express paid,$2 50, $3 25 and 4 50
'',' middle of the street a quarter of a dare hold her. The child mounted be- 1810 Seed Annual

t I .. mile away. At this moment Miller fore the sergeant, tightly holding her free D. H.on Ran rawest a CO. Send us a FJ I?4ia1Qrder.

: 1 drew. Hewson. probably either think- doll, looking out of her coal black eyesas Demn. We*.

r ing the distance too great even to if she would annihilate any one .. --.
make ready or intending not to open who attempted to deprive her of it. I

1. ::. BROUGHT HIS PISTOL TO AN AIM. fire until his antagonist should be at rode out of the fort toward the Indian

1' having a lot to say and thinking that close range did not raise his hand to village. WHjSKIES; i 9
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" : every one. should see things as he saw his hip. I When the party was descried approaching MEDICINAL R

them. Miller was retiring, said very "But suddenly Miller stopped and a body of warriors, seizing
,1 :' little and never forced his opinions brought his pistol to an aim. The their arms, prepared to receive them.

upon others 1 reckon an excitable people lining the street were puzzled, I But when the whites drew near and We Want to Sell Yojju t

: t'. man Is more easily Irritated by one of not dreaming that he would risk wasting the captive was' distinguished the women i

: I''i these fellows who when yon go for his shot at such a distance. Hew- set up a howl of pleasure. Then

I them shut up like a clam than any son continued to walk slowly forward, when the child was clasped by her THE GLENDALE COkPANY

,,, I .. other kind. Hewson knew that Miller still evidently not thinking it worthwhile mother still tightly holding her white :

'' ;' was straight Union and insisted on to draw. Miller's pistol bad doll every Indian In the Tillage crowded SIQ. SAMUELS Prop. 1
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been raised and sighted perhaps ten ,
,r arguing the point with him. When he around to see.
.:.;; # ., found that Miller wouldn't talk he lost seconds when a crack and a puff of When the sergeant and his men JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 'fttATIANOOOA, TENN.

'i his .temper, called him a traitor to tl\e blue smoke were beard and seen. The turned to ride back to the fort no 13 to 2i S. Laura St. 318 E. Ninth StGlendale's
."P.j south and wound up by saying that If next moment all eyes were turned toward effort was made to prevent them. Soon

\ / ;tl: 1 he -wasn't with the south he'd better Hewson. He was seen to pitch after their departure a powwow was

.I, t iy ',.": : :get out of it. forward and fall in the street. He called among the chiefs. Their prep- Famous Glendale's Elizabeth
Qup Bye UMey
;I,,! "It was easy to see that all this was was picked up dead. Miller's bullet arations were all made to begin the

very annoying to Miller. We were all had struck him between the eyes. attack on the fort and in this Incident "Pride of Maryland" A Whiskey Your physician Will Not Hesitate to

'it surprised that he didn't resent what "Never did a man mori'aucgessfnlly they saw delay. The child that had Prescribe.

I V:,.:, .. Hewson said, and some set him down take time by the forelock to preventhis been returned was taken to the con : EXPRESS PREPAID E ,PRESS PAID.

1 I ;. for a white feather man. Possibly enemy from killing him. The space dave and set In the center of the 4 Full Quarts $2.85 4 Full Quarts_. .:_ .________________$ 5.00
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j oj Hewson thought so, too and that's the I over which Miller sent his bullet was circle with her doll. The Indian 8 Full Quarts______________________________ 5. 0 8 Full Quarta--*i..--------- ------- 9.30
: J $' reason be kept on adding one Insult i i"I I II measured with a tapeline and. foundto mother asked permission to go to the 12 Full Quarts ,_______ .___________-__-______ 8.50 12 Full Quartl_. --_______ _______ 13.30Glendale's
ate-::; after another vowing that he would be 456 feet and 8 Inches. The remarkable fort and thank the donor for her beautiful -

-J. I I F1 ,drive the black Republican out of the features of his feat were gift. After a long discussion the"

.JIf.. state or Into the Confederacy. All this first that any revolver could be madeto request was granted.
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: now pretty nearly forgotten. The issues range; second that any one except a' seen approaching the fort. The "GREEN RIBBON; PRIVAT STOCK CORN

,' ;-t,: that then were of such importance marvelous shot could do It, and. third, whites at first considered them as an Tbt Whisky tilt past is fall liS EXPRESS PAID.

; are now buried. Human slavery that any man had the nerve to ex- of the coming to EXPRESS PAID 4 Pull
advance guard enemy Quarts Assyrted___________--------__$3.00
r.s"' was not extended; It died. peed his only shot at such a distance. make the expected attack. But the 4 Full Quarts ----- .------ ..-----------i 3.20 8 Full Quarts.___ .________ _________________ m.ym
f; 'The day news came that Lincoln Indeed so great was the admirationfor redskins came on close under the 8 Full Qn&rts---------___.__------ e.OO 12 Full Quarts-|- ______.___________ _____ 8.sa
: was elected separated us pretty much his that 12 Full Quarts_______________--__________--_ 9.00 This whiskey hat no equal for
coup !secessionists and stockade: and it was:: then seen that a t> quality, purity
\ m' on to one side or the other. Thbse who Unionists' forgot the momentous issuesof squaw 'was among'them. They asked la the highest class! pure at 80 medicinal centa a quart.whiskey on the market and price.

t : were inclined to secession before, butj the! time*. crowded around Miller for admittance and the gates were

j ?.'\ didn't avow their sentiments, now and congratulated him. thrown open! Upon entering the in-

j 4 showed their colors and as they were "I asked Miller how he dared fire at closure the object of the visit was Qlendale's Famous '"

1 In the majority the rest kept quiet. such a distance nod to what he attributed made known and the squaw was con- Glef dale Malt
'n Some of the secessionists were mighty his pu
t :t hot against those who wanted to throw the 'moment be tired a spr.rS of sunlight Indian mother acquitted herself of We will send you EXPRESS' PAID PRESS PAID

I fa. .+'i. -off the Lincoln yoke four months before struck one of a pair of glasses her mission, and Mrs. Hopkins Invited 4 Full Quarts ___ $ 4 Pull'Quarta__ .
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Lincoln would be In a position to Hewson wore on his nos:.'. It seemedto her to partake of refreshments. 8 Full Quarts__________________.__________ 7.75 8 FnUQuart8_ -------------___.._---____ 5.75
1, put a yoke on to them. They weren'teven Miller that his whole being was lasted several hours and 12 Full Quarts la: Full Q harts. __
The visit ------------------------ u.ooIk I --- S.50
11' willing to wait for the stale to concentrated In bN aim which be directed when the party returned the squaw J la anperior in'will;;:;; way to hundreds of brands of Bra It is -euo---vr----
se<'edt". Among these Wad''Ben'Hewson :thmt you asked to pay HJO a quart for. Purmature; and m
In a line Just above the reflected mother bore a message of peace and
He talked to knots of men and and he he would .
rays wuslurE' good'will to the Indians. Including a ,
s"?'' ; to individuals, being far more bitter hit his mark. That was all he knew promise from the commander of the We hare been in business 25 years selling direct to the consumer, guarantee sit lection 11 or your money is returned

renegades about It. though he thought there was fort that certain wrongs !should be on request! Our terms are strickly Cash, Money or express order must be sent wit your order. Our complete mall '{

of the south than', the northern 1. some luck in It. But this can hardly redressed, and a request that they order catalogue will be sent on request. All orders shipped same day when received, Let us praTe to you our insertions .

.t a ; people. be so, for when the war came on Miller wonttf return to their reservation. The by sending us an crder
When the ordinance of
secession we north, became a sharpshooter and the redskins
terms were accepted .
: passed the legislator every v ttgli 61' waaf'cottslAterea' << the''cta!k':1.ti: t tbo1t off the) war paint.1ThU9 THE GLENDALE 1PANYCHATTANOOQA
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6 l 1. "My love was the same. My Inter f '" The Sting of a Bee. I UNIVERSITY ? n iDA! Slit COLLEGE FOR WOMEN #

; [fiNGUlAR] DUEL ests demanded< other things" CAUGHT: IN' HIS An eastern fable tells of a potentatewho .. t.fLORID\; I TA HASSEE

"And so. my prince wt have at last demanded that there should be
& A Superior But Inexpensive Institution : oP'. ce of Amf d Sciences: ,Normal hool.
Iti ,got down to :b" t .ttllm facts. This i >WN TRAPfcF.fj7F.RETH brought to him the stings of a thousand for Florida Young Men. .i,[....... :..t... c.Hhoolof' Art School of Ex-

that you have dun is Eurtl''ao.; not : \ bt-t- !killed because one of their Fcurit,1h' *. *{;ri.lUluri C t-ti-J ,r'r. .c'.uootti'.* Home Economics. FirstiiuirtcvntijproaghcnS. -

I r-'J&ta Meeting In an Ancient American.! Over lu-re you princes; of. colony had dared commit lese majesty ti,.n. unl'\.r. ,). ." .u..n.-1on. 40 y.Yttr..u.Va nCl. f1-. ( Tuition free
.uod"tant aU + r ctnr. inert-use in jtr.i IHJI-
Ruin the blood are in certain matters very; ECND.yrtgt by stinging the hand of royalty. When last year. attractive bulldiniw. l..r cat.lopue ..- i Ov itr t jcprutfji' vt JK low. For information:: ad-
In I
: :> Italy. sensitive. You cannot bear that ah-; they were brought in a tiny golden adore--., A. Murphrec, President. t \ir-... .,dard C' President.

.'. .,. other should tread on your aristocratic : ;1910., by American Press thimble the--- king was sn amazed to-- .e.,.# -----_' .
'f# toes-not that endure the \ i Association.I r J --
you cannot r V 11 l find that a thousand of the hypodermic .

',.By MARIA G. MORGAN. pain but that within those toes runs points made such a little mass .

lQo ytlght,191O, by American Press Atsoelation. the blood of a FabIan. But when you JennIe Dwyierl 4 having but two weeks' i that he Issued a manifesto to the effect 1't 9

e', 'i\ .] come to America nod are kindly m-eiv- ,vacation frost tr duties In the.office that thereafter no person within .

; : It y!s moonlight In Rome. A car- ed you do not consider that the "heart where shjeJwasVeinplpyed .arid havingto the bounds of the kingdom should :..J" I

iia .Jitopped before a building occu- of a ranchman's daughter is of any take Li1 bod/ else in i complain at the sting of a bee. The" .. .,.'11\); &. Old Age !,..Ji

;pled Jo. r apartments In the Piazza del moment comp.redith the whim or the a1tl@ bccommodilcd.; I lesson of the,.fable is that petty annoyances .

uelino and received a single per- the interest of n prince of Italy." was obI tautumn rfo I hurt because they,are exag- Knocks Eve
'- atDoor
I Ipn,1' cwhp before entering gave the "I have expressed my sincere re ber outing. Then she went Into tiir gerated in the'inind; that "when'tey y ,

coachman: ber directions, whereupon gret""Your country stopping at; a farmhouse' are seen ln,-4helr actual proportions t -
regrets will not wipe out the For from i. i
t.Jbei rove down the Via Carour to the a village. *, 'e rare 6 slight asto merit oply ,
stain put upon an American girl any Jennie's was one of those an rtmtenip'l Pv much comfort wrOTld P'i '
tot \
4too : the "Esqueline hill threaded \
a more than regrets would, restore a ,cases where a girl brought up uncom- cotne-'tp tire majority of persons if II "
. t leading to the Coliseum
tower- slight done you bad one of your countrymen fort finds herself obliged ,tog oh as they; ( ld-but see the tiny size of the Yet FIVE 1 I '
only men out of each one &ondred '
,... on
and
jatelve dark
tag against the robbed of wife. You
} you a P best she can. So long as father
hey bee stings that lead them to acts ofpetuhawe
who reach the of
t'b t sky, circled it and, entering a know how that injury would be aveng- lived there was aplenty, batnothingbeing words of anger, expressions q age sixty have a m! ULAR

.. Btrejjt t leading southeastward, finally j ed. laid up when he died/, \8 Income of proaCh. The bee sting .annoyances income. The other ninety-five are d ndent

drawmap before the baths of Caracalla. "I do." ceased: consequently Jen\UeS ho. have caused lifelong breaches of upon a meager daily wage, their childrei or pubmr .

A wotflao% ppened the door from with- "At the point of the sword. And it had the refinement of a ladY+'w. s' Xrieodlhip. They have broken up fam- r= lie charity for their support. j. .

in and stepped out of the carriage. Is at'the point of the sword that your I obliged to work like any other le9'\
nd caused resentment
anger and ftK? If you want to be one of the five in }>*or one ,
Walking to the little slight to the ranch girl must be atoned :
up building person. fake
tb the place of love and fealty. hundred, the five who are financially ind/tl-endf S
where |ives the keeper of the ruin for. A girl's heart Is as sacred as a Jennie's chief recreation on ber/vf Baltimore American. / hi tat

the was admitted evidently by appointment prince's honor. She is not to be robbedof cation was taking long walks. e sixty, an account at this bank Will'' rove a i ,

and, passing over the curved it any more than the prince is to was a handsome place on one of her material help. '|

walk that led to the great structure, be robbed of his wife. Were we in my routes which reminded ber of one she The Mississippi of Streets.A 1 I 4 ,
street is like a river with its human t- t
passed under shadow. country, Instead!' of yours, you and 1 'had lived In when she was a little'girl.

The .remains of the baths of Cara- could fau the hamm( r' in each other's Her father had then been rich and current carrying ail manner of BANK OF STARkE '.1
drift between its banks of residences
calla are one of the great ruins of face we could throw the lariat, the surrounded his family not only with

'.. antiquity.:; Built at the height ofI" one who won to have the privilege of ,comforts but with luxuries. This or shops on either side. And if this STARKE FLA. i
; simile be appropriate then New York'sBroadway
Roman splendor by one of the worst knifing the other. Those are barba- place which attracted her attention ap- _
Is the of streets.
Mississippi!
I":. and most-luxurious; of the Roman emperors rous ways, not tit for a prince of the peared to be vacant except for a Probably no other avenue In the world E. S. MATTHEWS, L. RAY, ,.

',It was finished In Imperial blood. Your European ways are far I caretaker and his wife who lived In PRESIDENT C1R I
presents so many contrasts In the flotsam -
style and: from it at a.later date were more attractive. There is romance in a. cottage on the premises. How Jennie
and Jetsam it carries from Har- DIRECTORS: .
'taken severalof the most famous the air in Italy. When the Italian longed to enter and stroll about
lem to the of humanityuprooted E. S.
Matthews
Battery. Every type G. C. Li ton
comes to our wild western his ,.
antique pieces of statuary. country over the pleasant grass and in afntrogthe
!
farms
I sapings. om A. M. Darby John
sentiment lies dormant and he considers Uglo ,
,
The trees and the flower garden: Beinga
I. moon, standing almost directly and orchards, proud hulled craft in t
overheadi s one down on the woman only his interest. Then a heart Is timid little thing, she was a long silks anti satins-may be described in A. H. Freeman 5--, *

who paced back and forth within the nothing to him. A cowboy's shooting time screwing up her courage to do so. the Banker and bootblack t
surging mass. -
central of the ruin. match is abhorrent. But here in his She satisfied herself that there i. J- :
'part A thin robe was the swaggering swell and the b
falling from her shoulders covered her land of art I poetry, music, where he no dog on the place and found that draggleJ derelict walk shoulder to

whole figure, and as she walked it Is reminded by works that have endured there were some loose pickets in the shoulder-rush, rather, for Broadway ,
EI
floated1racefully behind her. for centuries of the loveliness of a fence at distance from the house 0J -
By her a is a maelstrom. the embodiment of r
quick. rirjou3 step it was evident that Marcus Aurelius and the shame of a where she might enter unobserved.So New York's bustle and hurry the place

BomethiofPbf.. moment was on her mind Nero, It is well that he should pay the one morning wben the air was where nothing can stand still. RIch- i

and likely that she was impatiently penalty of hIs heartlessness at the fresh and crisp she pushed the pickets ard Harding; Davis once said! that t
of Damascus blade and within
waiting for some one to join ber. point a aside and timidly advanced keeping ata everybody "seems to be trying to reach
the walls of baths.
Presently hearing carriage wheels an emperor's safe distance from the house. But the bank to have a check cashed be-

she listened' the wrap that thus far had covered
lawbreaker and Jennie saw in the gar- Pittsburg Gaz tte<-Tlme .
her and a woman's fencing
displayed
.11 den certain flowers of a hardy nature {
costume. In her left hand she held + .
that had not yet succumbed to the II
two rapiers. Taking one of them by Queer Collateral.
l
autumn cold She
early dearly ,
the blade she held the hilt toward the snaps. "Here is a fact as strange as it is .t
r loved flowers and from the trees she Satisfied'fniI
I If! You Are Not I
\J.1I prince. cast covetous eyes on these which true, said an Egyptologist lnm- -
e
mies In ancient Egypt were used chIef-
"Do not shrink from it my prince.It were rather too near the house for her '
Is of gold. And did a Fabian ever to safely poach. However there was ly as collateral. Your Trial Doesn't Cost a ($ ,t
"When wanted bor-
-Ar. shrink from handling; a sword? Could not a person in sight and leaving coyer an Egyptian to !
row be his father's or grnndfather's -
gave .
I there be anything more befitting a
she started for the garden but halt! I
prince than settling his affairs with a ingly. stopping now and again to make mummy as security. Sometimes -
begaT'
if he required a large sum. ly
golden hllted blade the moonlight sure no one was observing her. /
(' his father and both grandfathers, The goods for
pouring in through breaches in the Though she did not know it. some same :
and he would even throw In the mum- i
walls of the baths of CaracallaT"A.
one was observing her. Tom Mary-
of his! mrther-hi-law! If she fortunately .
the prince shrank away Margaret weather the son and heir of the ownerof my less J 1r 1
advanced. happened to be in a mummified money. .
I the place a graceless scamp: had state.

"I will not fight you-a woman-a come down from town to get a gun he
woman I have loved love today. I had left there and at the moment the ".Tokln;: aside" the Egyptologist con
tinued. "v.hat I tell Is the truth. servic| and
Prompt r
i you :: '
cannot. Is there nothing that will appease girl was advancing on the flower gar- ; .
you? I will sign a paper admit den he was standing back out of view An Egyptian was not permitted to .

ting my error. I will" looking at her through a wiudow. He borrow without pledging the mummy IStaitc ., :

"You will fightBy bad his gun in his hand, being aboutto 'I of some near relative. It was deemedIn polite attention.

this time she had forced the han- carry it downstairs. He waited Egypt both impious and Infamousnot

dle of the sword into his hand. Then while Jennie hesitatingly moved on to redeem so sacred a pledge as t
I
1ti she put herself In the" attitude of a the garden cast a final distrustful look that. and be who died with a family +

fencer. I at the bouse, then began to appropriatethe mummy still in pawn was himself

"Hold!" be cried. "A sword Is not flowers. Tom. being of an artistic buried In uncousecrated ground.:'-Cincinnati Mitchell the DruFMa

, your weapon. Desist and I will go to I i I turn of mind was quite enrapturedwith Enquirer.The .

t k your home and if I must defend myself j the scene of a shy girl so fond of 3,

will do so at the point of the j flowers that she could not resist the Postage Stamp. w

weapon you know so well how to use- temptation to steal them on this beau- Consider the postage stamp. It says .

: .. the revolver. In God's name do not I tiful autumn day. He was also dramatically nothing:: regarding the difficulty of the Florida S

force me here now to die or take your 'I disposed and wondered what task assigned to it but by dint of close gS. !

life." kind of scene would result if he were application it usually gets there; alsoIt r. iJ/

rl'J "On guard!" to adopt measures usual with poachers. delivers the goods.

a a"yOU'WILL FIQHTP! "I will break my engagement. I will Presently when Jennie stoppedto Again. if one isn't enough to carry S

I take another furtive glance at the the thing through two or more by
i qwi had stopped and she heard foot- marry you. r
.. 's approaching. A man entered, "I will not break my engagement""What house. Tom. advancing to the window, I working harmoniously together see the )C

used. looked about him and called: do you mean?" gun in hand cried: 'I thing to a finish. I
of New Stand_. .von. robber!" 1 Nf matter if the mail matter he :
rancher -- -
\ Margaret: "I am to marry a '
"I am here" a voice replied and the. Mexico, but not till I have wiped out Jennie did stand though It was all I weighty, it utg ( face (of Washington j Lands For Sale : -:

: (girl who had waited stepped out from i! the stain put upon me by a prince of she could do to keep her legs. while ) on It and goes directly to the |
II one by one the flowers she had plucked point. 1. Selected best Truck ;
shadow into moonlight She waited. Italy." It gets licked and stamped | grade Unimproved and ,nn Lands .
dropped from heft hand. Tom was not and men besmirch its fair features within one to lour miles of Starke in lots to suit pnriH afer-from "
In the last i upon. j
of the
for him la the center enormous There was something I '
near enough to discern the terror he and ofttimes give It more to 5 acres up to 500( acrts or more. At actual present .AJing) values
in whir ne stood and he advanced words as merciless as a wave rolling
L space had inspired, so he proceeded further: than the (postal) union allows. ] and on easy payments. Owned by myself-no co'l5ions orspeculations.
had carry
towardroer. in on a stormy boach. The prince : Nobody to consult EXcept myself and tli pnrchaEer.home .
he cried In stentorian
"Don't know a -
.'Now In the name of all the gods; no choice but to die or defend himself. you of sin Is But In spite of all this. It sticks unflinchingly Fine opportunity for young or old to build np and own and '
voice "that the I
wages
;t 'he' said in broken English, "will yoi]L Two of those gentlemen called car- [ to the matter In hand by make the easy payments' out of the soil. Low rate cf interest on .

tell me what new freak is this thai; I blnlerl. the national Italian police. who death? virtue of the fact that it knows that Ithas :; all deferred payments. If you want to own a home near a prosper.

;' leads you to summon me here at this: go always in pairs dressed in swallow- There was no reply to this. good backing. | ons town, come and see me, whether you have m$'h or little
1.'OlU' he
t time of night?" tailed coats cocked bats and swords Suddenly discovered that Its stick-to-it-ivlty is worthy of em- : money for first payment. .. ,
was playing: with firearms with a ulation by Library. I 2. Residence lots! in S?arke, one to four blocks f depot.
you.-JUtge's
; have forgotten, mjpr their sides happened to be
'Perhaps !
you bailing by
I vengeance.; Jennie taking the realistic 3. Beautiful summer resort lots fronting KingslM Lake. .
,' ncei, bow sitting on our broad veranda j I walking! along the road: that led past .I. scene in earnest collapsed. Tom saw I ,
:, In New Mexico, you fired th,! when heard sounds of Water Colors. L.
.. i the ruin they : her stagger sidewise, then sink down C. Peek, Starke, Fla. ,, :
y; ranchman's daughter's Imagination L I the clash of steel.\ They stopped: and I IL in Water color painting was gradually j

with tales of these wondrous ruins ir L I! listened. Fancying the noise came I i a heap. raised from the hard dry style of the ;
I I Jumping;: out of the window, be land-
the city to 'Which you were going t o J I | from within the walls they hurried.. ed on an extension roof from there eighteenth century to its present bril-i I

bring me as your bride. You were a L ; there to find two fencers, the one attacking I I dropped tn the ground and run like a liancy by the efforts of Nicholson. Cop- I! .

a Claude Melnotte expatiating upon you r the other defending himself. I deer for the girl. ley. Sanley and others. The Water I I,

}t palace' in Rome instead of on thE, The carbinier stepped between thee When .Jennie recovered consciousness Color cioty's exhibitions: began in''j I II .
I
I
4 Lake of Como. Can you blame I two and demanded their swords. I I she found herself in the arms ofi '1 l ISO;:) and may be said to mark the real I! ,

c for last meeting with yoi]L of I beginning of modern water color paint-i
desiring a I Yhutprinl.'Eexclaimed! one
\ I
her face
i into
I man who was looking
here within these indestructible walls, "You here fighting at this time a ing. The great master It not creator. I I
them.
'Wh re. .especially since I have bee I j j of nIght. and without attendants!" I eager her.: Seeing to know her whether open her he bad eyes killed andlook of the art was the celebrated Turner, I!II A Buggy yforEveyody E ;

obliged to wait for you. I have bee I "It was not premeditated." straight at him a great relief j of whom we read so much in the I!
with the shadowy of Margaret t : works of John Ruskin.-Exchange. S
,' able to feed my fancy "And you asked the officer came into his eyes. He was about to

; forms of Romans, dead near 2.0CKyears )( () -"who are .our' I cover her ftceith kisses when he

coming and going to bathe, fo I :in American woman." remembered that he bad not even been Hew Old They Were."I .

drink: to flirt to while away theii "Gentlemen." said the prince "this I Introduced to her. But he did not consIder I see you employ a number. of old I

time in languorous; Indolence. There; :l affair must go no further. You know i her sufficiently recovered to 1, men." We are prepared to furnish, 'buggie for everybody -
.
can see the emperor entering waving; would not wish ItS "1 do."
that his majesty stand alone. At any rate. he held onto
:back his slaves for whom even in thi:1'' known that a man of my rank was I her till: she of her volition disengaged '.nowold are they?" in Bradford and adjoining cou. ies at the j -

, cast edifice there is not room. H a found fighting with a woman under herself. "Too old to be Interested In canoeingor most reasonable prices. .-

,:t passes through to his private bath""Enough such singular circumstances. Besides The rest of this story is just like any mandolins or race horses or girls or
.
:f jjk of this fancy flight Mar the lady's name should not be connect other love story. Tom who as I have lennis. That makes them fine for We have just received and unpacked a full
: 'C&ret I understood that all was ovex r affair." work."-Washington Herald.
ed with such an I said was artistically inclined was captivated -
} between us. I knew you for a wil d "I have nothing to conceal," said by the picture be had seen carload and others are on the way.
t.I
t.
' -( '; !antelope of the prairie a woman witl .Margaret from his: window. He is not the only Rather. t t! t i
7 stall of the item in The demand for the famous Tiso .& Jones .; .
.i it the desire for freedom redw Then all left tha ruin. Margaret was i man who has been caught by a girl The subjoined appeared a "

: i ,&ea of yonr country. And I put into her carriage and the coachman unconscious that she Is making herself French newspaper: buggy has been so heavy that none of t em could '
.
|*;{that you were loved as well as feared' told to drive her home. The I attractive. But Tom's fate was sealed "There was found in the river this

,;', :'ftbai you were the idol of ranchmaicowboy. ; I prince. after a long conversation with I when the crisis came and he saw what morning the body of a soldier cut to be secured, but we are now ready to si ply our

,; 1;(:bd I loved you and wlsnefor I the caretaker entered his own carr be bad done. Long after Jennie had pieces and sewed cp in a sack. The customers with these favorites. :
I k
.;rou my wife. You know that 1 I riage and returned to the city. forgiven him he kept up his protestations circumstances seem to preclude any

-. -ehose ancestors were sovereigns ove The next morning early Margaret of regret calling himself every suspicion of snidde."
.' "'a portion of this fair Italian land, 1
:
'I load-
He
left Rome having: received a polite bad name In his vocabulary. t
: {have inherited the Fabian blood. Yo,u from the king's; chamberlain Jennie with flowers begged her to Customs and Habits.

.:> .:know" that my fortunes ere wrecked! that message his majesty considered her too led and take all she wished! and Insisted Our customs and habit are like the

. say; palace In not much better conditiO]n[ dangerous n person to be permitted to on getting out a horse and his I I ruts in roads. The wheels of life settle Je IV. ANDREWS & SON

: tan thi mln"liTes. I ego free among the noblemen of Italy.A two wheeled cart and driving her into them and we jog along through

. and so long as my father w : A month after her departure she was home. The house at which she was the mire because it is too much troubleto :b

opposed to be the sheep king of Nev r married, at her home In the far west.e boarding; was a mile distant but Tom get out of them. :
,Mexico wished to bring me her I! Starke Florida
you settled down to the raising of sheep failed to get there in less than a dozen. ,

f with a dowry to rebuild It. When th babies and became not only a do- Instead of going back to town and Why She Didirt. u
and
t forest -blizsard came destroying oblifid hi:,B_ I! mestic. but in certain respects a prominent thence to his shooting club. be remained New Employer-:But, why did yon Stables Next Door. to County Court House. t

\ flocks by thousands and he.was woman. But the story of her in the house as! long an Jennie's leave your last mistress? New Maid ". f
a
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to'start again from a single pail; duel in the baths of.Carocalla was vacation lasted The courtship ended.' Hlrens: Did yon expect me r bring '

ilk process seemed so Blow that jottcooled. afterward.I r'winter. her wid me?- eYe1ud Leader.
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1a tI'At .. Miss Alma Lagergren''retu Wednesday R. NB.\tten.; a well known andh'gh-, LOrtOST OFRAINAGt> : ;tom

t from a visit to "Valdosta Ga. ly respected citizen of Sharon, Clay .

..; i county was among the visitors in Stake Col. Peek Gives Figures On Cost of i
T. :M. Shaw of Brooker, was among 3 liJ
t t I Bits thOca1tthi I I.SO Ic the business visitors to Starke Wednes Thursday. f Enterprise. I Ids the blood of"fgley ,the Up. 1 ,--

.: r" day. :ln previous articles have been dis- s. Stevens, Plod
P' 1, IMINlIf: \ pssed the following points: writes '*Maji ;' 1
: Services will be held at the Presbyterian SALE 1
,1 law
Method provided by to organize a i hl ring from Chills aMijejeft 'Jfeared.
, both
church Sunday next morning raG district. :
: oft .A ge SAM-ALA" tk
!; and evening. Its immense benefits to town and .
! After.suJterlng
.: c..HrftIttl 0. ,..,,1.. 7JruM'UI ani fptyo"; e
? ; ...rtloIll,. II. C..n" ofHf'r-....... Matthew Lynn a well known citizenof JOur ountry.I IVia I haVj&'laittgt' ""

.h- ,I .. -. Breaker: paid the Telegraph office a Skirt' ,l'n d I Why the town should readily co-op- J&l gladly'rtcontinendl .1:.
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i i, It: .. pleasant visit Monday. 1 erate with the country. ferasl-did.? ? t,
. !.J Pants Sale. tjwweek.jr j Its approximate cost that is, 120,000. Confapsi txo ,
t 't< There are no dull days at Leviton's.ft' J. R. Davis made a business trip to Miss Annie Richard, of Jacksonville ./ L r 5 I > more or less. Sold by till tf.4
1S Lake Putter, Hampton Erooker and is a.guest for afew_ days of her cousin has < .t Dl i .t I.t
;} .... Col. 0.L. Peek spent Wednesday in the Miss Jeannette Matthews.H. .prove i }r It is found from the assessment books
I' ft' other poi its in the county during | that the total state and county assessment F
Jacksonville. '
I i .. week. (}. Richard returned.Wednesday, gent kinir of : big of property embraced in the pro
; .. Mitt:Lisa EeinoelH has gone to Bron- from businesV'1> of several to I
days
! N. B. Hull returned Tuesday from his a lrip posed drainage territory taking in only; t

i J ( son to teach term of school. business and pleasure trip to points in points In, Nassau"Sis ftad Baker e upti. : v. ,oi:success: ;. but we still I all lands from wherever the drainagegoes '' ,. s l'r

t. I The popular red belt red maline bow ; the north. During his absence Mr. Hull Mrs-J. P. Bennett of Jacksonville; ,) : of I naturally into Alligator creek, is

, i 1 i t; and red Windsor tie at Lanes. j visited several of the important markets has been,visiting relatives and attended, have a lot bar- I $395,000. A ten mill levy would raise I I .Wile? s+ ;

j 1. [ and bought heavily for his departmentstore. .business matters in Starke duringHne { $3950 per year. Six years' levy would
1'. ij1 ; Mrs. D., W. Alvarez and littlesonspent ; : gains left in these B RENT 13h"vii
I amount to 23700. Property ownerat
Tuesday in Jacksonville. week. \; 8'per tnCfrzh( ll ey1 ir
ill $1000 would $10 Propertyat
-y pay per year.
.. ,I 1 :'.. An ,heir was born to Mr. and Mrs. Notice.I Mrs. M. Lev ton and little daughterhave departments and ||500 would pay $5 per year. All,
1 litb inst. will be greatly obliged if the person returned home from Point W .elf' : ] $ 3 '
' Bryant Foreyth! Sunday property in the district would pay in
r.- who borrowed hay rake will return ington, near Pensacola, where they, hav "decided to
my con- .coati
t : the kind that this ratio. The benefits arising'from the t 35 iei ,gsIIoa.,
Iron fire placa linings- wiiji i
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the same at once as I need it for my spent some time very pleasantly f J* L drainage would worth HamlF
' will not burn out- at Quigley's .9-9-3t prove really tp4 y :*: .4
relatives. Mrs. Leviton was accompan the sale during
own use. | -
. ; mup times the cost to both town and coun-
. k Dr and Mrs. U. G. Turner, of Law- J. W. ANDREWS. ied home by her sisters Mrs. J. E. ? FIR> s &
I of Point Waslungton, and week. try.Many tove. r itli ovin, obeaia
:. 1' I" tey, were visitors in Starke Tuesday. For Sale. Williams, next : if not all our farms, would be,

. Marshal Austin has recovered from The Telegraph has for sale a scholar- Mrs. W. A. Camp of Jacksonville. made by drainage capable of safely making 'SALE= IHIai2dyie Strawl'
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his recent illness and is on duty again.! ship in Columbia College, Lake City. Hon. J. Slater Smith of Green Cove Those who have not i many times the cost of the drainage ants grown kyJJ X"J' '

(, ',, r Pupils intending to attend that institution Springs who will represent Clay countyin annually to each farm in addition to o Bower firo*
5 6 doses of "666' will cure any II I It address this office. taken d-
well
or will do to at the already a
of made
the house Representatives crops without drainage. The F. R SALE -.+:40.serer
Price 25c.
of chills and fever. y V VV1
1 t case Baptist Cuurcb Directory. next session of the legislature was a of the fine health and pleasure and profit to town rest of Starke,'good'iocatiOTr,

r.'. Lucian Wainright and Roger Wells Sunday School 9:45 a. m. visitor in Starke Wednesday. Mr. vantage and county would.be hard to calculate.. "taT cleared{ ready ffalS'pfiityof
t are rusticating on Kingsley lake this Smith is engaged in the naval stores O. L. PEES-.
&u
timber txo |
;other
Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. offerings made at "
scale and is of
week. business on a large one Mdreute
7:30 : eats. y;
Prayer meeting Wednesday p.m.
successful business Of the many splendid articles published
the mc-t men
! Louis H. Hill Lawtey'slive real estate Sunday morning the pastor will preach young this-sale will do wellto
in this section of Florida. lately in the Telegraph from the pen
f' man, was transacting business in Starke "Consecration." The sermon will '.
on
r, of Mrs. D. E. Knight editor of the W. TED-CJoemopolitan Magairi
Tuesday. be a to the church by way of L. A. Brown and S. W. Tillis, two look in and :
message
see O. T.u: Department w believe the one wires. the services, a 1 p e
) t. Ginghams, best iu the market, 10'' preparation for the coming protracted I-well known young business men of appearing in this issue is the strongestand ill Starke to lookaft 4nbsciip
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who business in .
member Brooker were transacting
."aids for fls-- cents-----,. at-. Leviton's..- meeting. Let every possibly what they are miss- best. It is well calculated to wets and to extend '


, \.:"". ... gone 6. to D.North McFarland Carolina and for family a visit have with service.ness meeting can, be present.at the plose Important of the morning busi- Mr.member Starke Tillis Wednesday.of has the lately firm formed of Mr.Brown Brown a copartner Bros.is and a ing. The values.I strengthen prohibitionist the convictions and of to the make conservative the ... methodawhichbayesuccessful..- : ;.larya. PtoY]3 .. '

fellow on the other side of the question 88ion.. ,Previous
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' -1 relatives. The subject Sunday evening will be"ThWheat ship with J. J. Morgan under the firm offered in Skirts and I ; experience. j
. stop a moment for reflection at least. Jlebut no e easeniiaL "WhoUrJ1
I Chaff." Glad to of Tillis & Morgan and they have :
, Mrs.! Perry E. Johns of Hampton and the name Mrs. Knight promises other articles on 1J1e. Addr i.8j.'Wtth
Sunday here with her parents Mr. greet a good audience at this service. opened a stock of general merchandiseat Pants have pare : .
spent never the line she takes up this week. We are O. Campbell,.CoSmopiolitan/J
I "Oome thou with and will do Brooker. i I
. and Mrs. A. E. Moitt. us we I
t I sure they will prove interesting e, 1789 Broadway11Flooring NeR'Yo:
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s. Quigley sells anything used in the thee good. Stopped Short. been equalled in II I

. :. construction and finish of a house. F. C. Edwards, Pastor. 'Ave you 'eard that old Jim 'as I 4I

..; 9.9.3t stopped smoking?" said a workman to Starke. Ask those
Good Yield 01! Bay. his mate. I
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, Miss Mamie Marvick of Palatka, who Every little while we have new evidence "Yes: 'e's a little nearsighted and who have been in to I .

had been a guest of Mrs. J. R. Davis for that Florida is abundantly able to the other day 'e emptied his pipe into r

?,4 f a week, returned home Monday. i take care of herself in the matter of hay a gunpowder. barrel!"-London Tit- i !
see us.
f. if farmers will the matter Bits. .
our only give .
. t children have mov- ,
; ::1 Mrs. E. Cribb and '
:'. en back to Starke from Woodstock. i attention. James Kite informs us that Good Yield ol Bay Our sale of Men's !I -_. "
:from one-quarter of an acre he recently i 'i-a
They live in Thomasville suburb. little while have evidence I ,
Every we new
and baled tons of first-class
I cut two hay. and I Ceili4g .
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':, t' Good bleaching 86-inches wide thirteen At the present price of bay this yield that Florida is abundantly able Boys' Clothingwill I I.. ..T.::.. i-, ,;
: for a dollar. M. Leviton to take care of herself in the matter of j "'
: yards figures out about $200 per acre. take
,'. .. Star e. hay if our farmers will only give the place dur- i ;

'I Death ol Little t Girl. matter attention. James Kite informsus !I ingjr _
': Mrs. J. M. Murrhee accompanied by of Mrs. Alice that from one-quarter of an acre he ing the week begin- Si ; :
" / her son, W. G. Murrhee are in Tavares Little Juanita daughter I .-
. recently cut and baled two tons of first- ,
\ of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Oliver and grand-daughter of Mr. I. W. I .
this
".J11 week guests class At the of ning Monday September :1 w
11 Jtnrrhee. I Pinholster, died at her home at Bel- hay. present price hay _
.,;.i this yield figures up about 9200 per acre. _
i more, Clay county Wednesday August ,
Jl 26th. Don'tforget
!!! New ,skins poplin in all the new I
I 131st, aged 7 years and 5 months. The A Trademark.A 1Fv4s14

l.-l.i: i) shades ginghams for school dresses 9.18tfa at II i i cause of her death was pernicious fever. young man walked into the pho the date as

Morgue Tbd interment took place the studio and "1 want ,
I I following tographer's\ said

'f' Hon. L. D.. Wall left Tuesday for I I II' t I!day at New River cemetery Rev F. B. my photo taken. this will be one of All Grides.. ; 'f s; ":' : _

.I', Tampa Ft. Myers aud Sunibel:: Island to Johns, of Starke, conducting the obse Certainly," said the knight of the *". .t,.' ''., 'CiI"PK'

c, look after business Interests. He will quies. camera as he posed his victim. "Would the -t ... $'

de, ; be away a couple of weeks. I I Juanita was a good, obedient child, you like a carte or a cabinet most interesting Terms r !sh ." <) '. .

beloved by alT who knew her and the The young man gazed on the pictureof ... \
i Kyanize a floor finish that will stand mre rchandizing \4', --01
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, many friends of the family deeply sym a child playing in cornfield. wrig- -& .
shoes fort .
;; the scuff and tread of/ heavy I -'
pathize with them in their bereavement. gled uneasily and at last said: *
sale by Quigley. 9-9.3t events in the historyof '.;.. ,. '
.Ji"
, I The father of the deceased died about '"Well I don't know about a cart or '; i3 -

Mn. L. B. Epperson of Bartow is a five months ago and she is survived by a cab In it, but if youjpould manage to Starke. McNair It Son : '.
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guest of Mr.and Mrs A.V.Long. Mrs. i her mother and four sisters. put a railway truck In I should be very ..

.. t Epperson lived in Starke several years I Mrs. Oliver warmly thanks the many Pearson's pleased. I am a railway porter.- 9; .,' : _: : .

ago and-has a host of friends here. I:kind friends who assisted her in her Weekly /1 ,'.! q ,
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1 ;_' Irish potato seed for planting Red I time of trouble. Highland.Mr. M. LEVITON Phone 114l .

" Bliss and Rose No. 4. Price of potatoes
The Home Beautllui.Every !
and Mrs. E. M. Padgett and children
$ f is advancing better plant a fall crop. family takes pride in the home STARKE FLA.
were visitors to Maxville Sunday.Mrs. .
X. B. Hull. that is well painted with the L. & M. H. C. Wimberly and little daughter t
Paint. One coat only beautifies and also u. -
Bf,1, Prof. B. B. Lane left Monday for Bar. adds value and increases its salable Winifred spent Monday in Jack -

tow to enter upon his duties as principal chances. The L. & M. Colors are bright sonville. "' %%44k44jJ'i

k, *7r. t of the Summerlin Institute. His family and lasting. The L. & M. is used by i Gilbert H. Barker is the guest of Mr.

'h will remain in Starke a short while long everybody who studies economy and and Mrs. H. C. Wimberly. i ; .
uses the very best at the least cost.
r er. Cost only about $1.30 per gallon when Little Leslie Capo, who has been N B" Hull's DEPARTMENT ,

ready for use. It is Metal Zinc Oxide spending the summer months with his
The Starke Bradford County Bottling : 6 STRE.
I and Lead combined It wears and covers aunt Mrs. H. Wimberly, returned to
!: Works manufacture carbonated beverages : like Sold G.
C.
I geld by Livingston: Jacksonville last week. .'
# *r. of all kinds. All the old and new & Co., Starke, and Mclver & McKay, Pir .

flavors. See M. L. Johns, proprietor. Ocala. Glen Crews spent Sunday with his r -
fc \ parents, Mr. and Mrs F. M. Crews. \Ve are opening up daily the ne arrivals purchased

A sewer pipe has been laid along the .Lawtey. i Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Padgett and MissM. j.tt Ion.
: by Mr. Hull while in the East. ] There will bargains
a rear of the Morgan and Pace buildings Lawtey Fla./'Sept. 15.-An entertain- E. Knight spent Saturday and Sun be. -

t on Call street, to carry away waste water ment will be given at the school houseon day in'Jacksonville, the guests of J. C. in every department-Shoes, Clothing, Dry Goods, N otlon5, Hardware',

r ,; from the drug stores\ and the barber Friday evening, Sept. 23, by the W. Padgett. etc. ;:; .

{ .' shops. C. T. U. There will be recitations and y'
Miss Elizabeth .
: Wilkinson, who is .
I songs after which refreshments will beert'ed school .t
We have on the road a carload Wando. teaching at Sanderson spent
For the benefit of our friends and custo on the grounds. Everything on Sunday with her parents. Best Flannelettes at the old 10 cents'a' ';
t this evening will be free. Let everyman Mrs. H. L Wimberly and son, Harry, 2'y' rd'S pripe, a'yard,
+ this will be sold
mers car at a specially
and woman come and enjoy the were in Stark Saturday transacting worth that by the case. lOOQ( ;y and heavy, worth
lowP rice for cash. See us at once. Ca- 'r ;

.1; nova & Knight, Starke. evening. Mabel together.Mrs. Sassee, of Kidgsley if business.Mrs. L. R. Mahoney, Mr. Booth and 15 cents, at 12 1-2 cents. .' These prices will soon take eve ?.y yard away.

back in the postoffice again after au absence !
XIr.
Shipments of grapes are on the wane Windhnlver were in town Tuesday

and are succeeded by shipments of strawberry illness.of several months on account ol transacting business. In our Horse Goods, line you will find nearly everything 'you

s_ plants, by Messrs. J. M. Trnby Herman Grand and W. B. Plummerook
Prof. and Mrs. W. A. Jones were visitors need from a set of Harness to a Snap: Wfe can order a'set .
N. B. Hull and others to points in.South a trip to Pablo Sunday. you .,
wridL to. Jacksonville the first cf thtweek. of Harness as low as $6.50, if you'vant chap goods. We
buy
I< .. E. L. Padgett is having his residence wL 1
_ painted. and handle better grades too. "
Mrs. Agnes McCormick and children $
We have received this week a large ;; ,
of Gainesville are the guests of Mrs. H. C. Wimberly have their new home TTtPQ'G : '
gnment of ladies misses and chil- TQ Rlr '
ens long coats and a large assortment A. A. Smith this week. nearly completed and will soon move : TryUs.4.. V, ,

if coat suits. They will soon be opened I Miss Emma Pearce left Saturday for in. .
Williston, where she has accepted a position W.H. visited the school here .of
for Biggs
; p inspection and will be sold at in the public school. ;

1. iOtt attractive prices. Don't send away I Rev. H. O. Harris was a visitor to Wednesday. '

y, ir these goods. Wait and see our line. I Jacksonville last Thursday. If the lady who purchased $20.60 worth of merchandise Monday will

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Leviton Starke. The Lawt.fiv.. High School commenced -
---- -- -- ---- present this advertisement before
>F I this week with" --n-quite a large- attendance.The I. W. W JA:: on or September 24th, j e'will give her one

+_; i. E. L. Overby of Tifton, Ga., reaed I teachers are, Miss Susie Heirlong.of Dealer In t dollars worth of dress goods free of charge. :j Ii.?!J ,
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+ home Wednesday after spending Lake City as principal, Miss Emma
Warden of Island Grove in the intermediate ljFURNITOOk
Hides Furs and Shins.
eral days in Starke the guest of her department, and Mies Eva ,

?K v they, T. D. Proctor. Mr. and Mrs. Nimmo in the primary department. '
erby leave the first of October for Owing to the illness ol her mother Miss Highest market price paid. -:

,;j' ichmond Va., where they will make Nimmo did not come until Tuesday afternoon Starke, Florida.
and Miss Winnie Adams, also ,
T i sir future home. I I of
Hampton, took her place Monday

1 i c w I Friends of M. N.Blanton formerly of i I, and Tuesday.Mrs.. Rachel. Stafford and daughter TBAVK CLABK. TBO8.W.mtniuo. .: Sold on Easy Payment Plan. ;, ; .. '!

v is city but now of Jacksonville will Miss Lottie returned home this week Clark & Fielding, : .. :

*, > interested to learn that,he is the vice- ;;; from St. Louis' Mo., they have been Lawyers. Our Showing Lage. i'I: .. ( ,
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spending several weeks visiting relatives .- '
sident of the
H FloridaGeorgia'Opticali. I, and friends. Practice in all Court, State and Federal Prices Right. .. ,.. ...+:/.; : .
i., a corporation,just about to start in ,.. .
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I Louis H. EOil was visiting relatiT'esI r. "
t> | of in Offices over Gainesville National Bank
e business dealing opticians' enp> friends in Gainesville the fin of ;! i; ; ,

s i on a large scale. J I I I the week. .. Gainesville, Fla.F 6 "'

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