Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 23, 1910
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOL. XXXII., :,'. STARKE, FLORIDA, SEPTEMBER, 23, 1910. I ( ::1' <::13,
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""" I, Uquor or No Uquor, Saloon or No 01 Starke Blob School For Week Ending Press Bulletin 153 ol Florida Agricultural Appeal to People to Defeat (Constitutional ; 1

Saloon Friday, Sept. 16, 1910. Experiment Station ,
HAMPTON The homes, our womanhood and To secure this distinction the pupils This crop has been among those of O ''PLETION : t
To the
People Florida:
childhood or the saloon and wretchedness must make 100 per cent. in attendance, the tirsP importance in the United
States. In Florida however it has On November the 8th, 1910, the people 1,
suffering and want. Which shall 100 per cenr. in deportment from 7th ,
; rule,the saloon or the people? grade upward and 80 per cent. from the I never been given the attention it de of Florida most determine by their bal- t .
To the Women of Bradford County: 6th grade down. While this is good we I serves. This is not because we do not ,

;,',' PROBIE1TION.[ We are just entering the conflict with expect to make a better showing from have the proper plants for producing a right of local self-government. or destroy ,ffiEAPPEARANCL ,: f a
it by incorporating statewide
large amount of but rather that pro- .,
the old enemy of our homes, of our week to week. ,II.i i 'w
I hibition in the constitution of Florida.On .
Ir' womanhood and of our children, and The first week the enrollment ran up our livestock have been able to exist r. -

Branch Of! lom lDs' Temperance Union the contest before us is the final battle to 301. Twenty-eight new pupils were without hay being fed to them. the election day, therefore, every Contractor Ming to CompleteWork h '.,

against the saloon and the organized enrolled the second week and we hear of The hay crop of Florida, however, is voter in Florida becomes in effect r "".
Organized TO Enthusiastic member of a great constitutional fell 01! Com
liquor traffic in Florida. This is not a quite a number that will be in soon If becoming more important with each con- By Meeting .,.

Membership political contest- Do not let any one you contemplate coming. to Starke to attend succeeding year. During this summerwe vention, which possesses and exercises mlss(&ers October 3.
powers that are broader than those of ,
deceive you. This is the same fight that school you should try to come as I should giye special attention to producing -, ... '

Saturday was an interesting day for has been waged for years and the victory soon as possible. With A first class faculty as much hay as is possible. A the legislature. Power implies responsibility .

prohibition in the hospitable little cityof for the constitutional prohibition and splendid opportunities you can I large portion of the North and West has and no voter who exercises this Work on ih -new jail is nearing com .
either borne small the vast power to alter the fundamentallaw pletion and islbeing\ pushed so as to be
Hampton. A sumptuous dinner, for- amendment means the complete over- get at this school! just such instructionas a hay crop, or
ceful speaking and the organization of a whelming of the institution which has yon may want. Owing to the conges- hay crop has been practically a failure. of our state should act without a ready by the mc-xt tegular meeting of the ,

temperance union were features of a heartlessly sacrificed human lives, domestic ted condition in the fifth and sixth Consequently, under normal conditions, clear appreciation of the result of his county conhn: scioners. Tee first story

pleasant day. : happiness and prosperity.We grades the Board of Public Instruction the hay from the West will be much decision. i* intended 'fo i residence for the sheriff

At 11 o'clock a goodly number of peo- make strong appeal to the wom- has generously granted us a new teacher. higher priced than heretofore. Every The proposed amendment seeks to or jailor and! contains-. three rooms,kitchen r
farmer in the abolish the system of local option which, office an State of Florida shouldsee ,
ple gathered at the Methodist church en in every community to join in this Another room has been fitted up and the
to it that he much he'' for more than a generation, has protected front and rfctr, the building frontingon
and listened to an eloquent sermon by effort. work will begin at once. Also a commercial saves as hay as j

Rev. T. J. Nixon, presiding elder of the MRS. F. A. SCOTT, Pres. W. C. T. U. class will be started, giving can. If he has to buy, he will find thatit the liberties of the people of thin Sanderson|treet. The upper story

Ocala district, which was the openingof MRS. D. E. KNIGHT, Secy. you an opportunity to prepare for business is high priced, therefore he should state, without interfering with the rightof has three loiftpartments, holding six

the third quarterly conference, and MRS. J. T. QUIGLEY, Cor. Secy. under as good instructor as can be rather have some to sell. a majority of the voters of each iron cells, ohetof them for women, cor- ,

which covered three days. At the conclusion MRS, R. P. MATTOX, Treas. found in Florida. Expenses are reason The average hay production of Flor- county to prohibit the sale of liquors. ridors and passage ways. There has
ida, the This just and equitable solution of the been vision made for sanitation -
able. Write the principal for further according to census for the year ample -
of the services dinner
a was
What Is the W. C. T. U.? information. 190y, was about one-half ton per farm. liquor question has worked well in this and cleanliness as well as light and
spread under the large oaks in front of
the church, and all present were bountifully It is an organization of Christian Miss Fripp.-Llovd Austin. Jackson This production is altogether too small, and other states. It better preservesthe warming, aid. except for the floors of
banded together for the since there is the rights of individuals and communities the lower the verandas nothing ;
served by the Methodist ladies, women protection Bailey, Mildred Besseut, Paul Canova, scarcely a farmer in storytand -

who not only proved gracious hostesses, of the home, the abolition of the Harry Canova, Thomas Limbaugn Au- State of Florida but could save at least than any other known system. It can burn. ,I'ill. the partitions are of '

, but excellent cooks as well. liquor traffic and the triumph of Christ's gustine Long, Arthur McRac, Frank several tons. There are in the State at secures laws which are backed by pub- bnck and all ttfe beams of iron, making

r At 1:80 the business session of the con- golden rule in custom and in law. Moody, Alfred Moody, Albert Manning, the present time a number of orange lic opinion. It has proved to be efficient the building v$y substantial, aDd the r '

ference was held in the Methodist church The organization of the national W. Mildred Robbins, Yulee Smith, Jeannette growers who, in place of mowing off because under this system no community cells and locks lire so strong that, 'with' s

while at the same hour the ladies assem- C. T. U. was in November, 1874, in Scarborough, Nellie Stearns, Roy their grass and allowing it to rot in the has unwelcome laws forced upon it out the regula way of opening them,

bled at the Baptist church and organizeda Cleveland, Ohio, and it was incorporatedin Tompkins, Thomas Turner, Joe Wain- field, make it into hay and thereby derive by strangers. there is no cbaice either for a prisoner .

temperance union, which promises to March, 1883, at Washington, D. C. right, Ira Wilson, Tommy Lindsey. H nice revenue from a by-product. I Are the people of Florida willing to to get out or be taken out.
Its has been wonderful for it is In fact in exchange the fair and reasonable plan The is surmounted with "
be a potent factor in the great strugglefor growth Miss Warren.<.. Siblev. Lena some cases the hay has yielded building) a
state-wide prohibition.Rev. now organized in every state and territory Chancey, Gladys Gardiner.. Mary a better profit than the citrus fruit i of local option for the drastic, rigid and cupola and wild present a fiDe appear. .

O. O. Cecil, of Tennessee, ad- I in the union, including the. Districtof Moore, Russell McRae, George Cribb, from the same area. : unchangeable system of state-wide pro- ance after the '%oat of stucco has been .

dressed the people on prohibition at the Columbia and Hawaii, and locally in Florence Carter, Mabel Wright, Edna FOOD ELEMENTS IX DIFFERENT HAYS. hibition? Not merely this. Are they put on the wdils. Carlyle Peek, the ,, '

Methodist church and at 8:80 the crowd I about 10,000 towns and cities. It is the Gnann. Protein. Carbohydrates.Per willing to write state prohibition in sub-contractor! done the difficult \ *

repaired to the hotel and street, where largest society composed exclu.ivelyofwomen Miss Peek. Lulu Wilson, Evelyn Cent. Per Cent. their constitution, where it is practically building work w.eIl and in comparatively i

prohibition songs and speeches were in. and conducted entirely by them. Gates, Ella May Long, Pansy Tyre, Bessie Beggarweed ____16__________________69 beyond the reach of change if short time. :|r i i. 1

dinged In to the business men. The The basis of membership is that each DuBose, Ruby Wright, Inez :Moitt, Cowpea _________16________ __________67 hereafter found unwise and undesir-

speakers the street were Rev. Dutill member is required to sign the pledge, Doris Scott, Fannie Thrower, Maud Velvet bean_____14._________________72 able? GOOD BESl'LfS FEOH D2AI.VACL., "

and Mr. Tilghman, of Palatka. The which is as follows: Manning, Ruby Bennett, Aileen Alva- Peanut --_______18..________________73 We ask you not only to vote againstthe .,,, a. .

latter is famed as the Putnam county "I hereby solemnly promise, God rez, Ray Colley, Carr Colley, Elbert Crowfoot grass 8_____..______,____75 amendment, but to use your active Lowering of! Watlr Sbows Elects For .

temperance agitator. helping me, to abstain from all distilled, Sibley, Drew Alvarez, Chester Gates. Crab grass.Timothy ._..___ 7__________________79 influence in accomplishing its defeat, IoDD )ImCes.

fermented and malt liquors, includingwine Miss Ray.-Florence Canova. Emma _-___u_ 6.._'--___--________82 for the following reasons:

ISBAKCH OF w. O. T. U. ORGANIZED.Last beer and cider, aa a beverage, and Powell, Thelma Johns, Josie Hoffman, Millet __________ 6__,, _______________76 1st. It is an experiment in Florida, For years it hi been noticed in the
section around Sfkike that, first after I
Saturday morning fifteen members to employ all proper meant to discour- Florence Matthews, Thelma Moore, Mexican clover 5.__, ______________79 supposed to be wise here, although a -
+ of the Starke W. O. T. U. went to age the use of and traffic in the same," Agnes Gardiner' Ida Warren, Carrie EXPERIMENT STATION VALUATION OF HAY failure in all states where tried. You long water dry to speU satui&e it;lakes the much ground more than raiD 4, '

Hampton and organized a temperance and to pay the annual membership dues!, Mattox, Erna Haynes, Knox Thrower, Per Ton. cannot afford to embody in your consti- formerly secocA that ail +

auxiliary to the Bradford county branch which in this state are sixty cents, or Clyde Thrower Leslie Townsend, Arthur Timothy ----- --_______________120.00 tution a measure which you may, after stand ; .ijronth than crops carl

J of the Anti-Saloon League, which willprobably five cents per month. Bennett, Louis Hoffman, Hubert Velvet bean__--_______--?--____ 20.05 trial, desire to change or modify. and third a longer tbsl the formerly"* r
| dries
be turned into a W. O. T. U. The national motto of this great organization Johnson, Eogene Griffin, Newn Wainwright Peanut __________________:. ______ 20 00 I 2nd. The constitution is a lasting, much, sooner', ground up ,
a er a long rainy spell
later. is, "For! God and Home and Maurice Langford Willie Burn- Beggarweed ---_________--_______ 19.95 iron-clad limitation on the power of the than it did yeartSgo. .

The ladies met in the Baptist church Native Laud," and the badge, the little Crab grass________uu _u ._____ 19.60 legislature. The people should not holdout -
These benefits & ive from
aud the meeting was a very harmonious knot of white ribbon, which is symbolicnot sed.Miss Newsome.-Charles Anderson, Cowpea .__________, _____________ 19.50 their bands to be shackled by a constitutional the improved loc& drainage, but there, ,- -'. .

ore: and was presided over by Mrs. F. only of purity and peace, but it includes Oliver Andrews, Edna Thomas, Wilbur Mexican clover__________ ________ 1905 amendment they cannot remove is another factor; >at bas much to do ((1

A. Scott, president of the Starke Union, all, the co-related reforms that Scott, Rawson Davis, Adam Green, Arnold Crowfoot grass_________________ 1900 and which those who fasten and with it. The re enomena mentioned #

Mrs. D. E. Knight acting as secretary.The center in the protection of the' home. Bessent, Thelma Griffin, Mabel Millet -___-________.___.. ______-__ 1865 bind yon, cannot take off. began first to' be; >terred about 1895, y
The noontide hour is the trysting In making these calculations we have 3rd. It is unwise to absontely! prohibit \ .
will be held in
meetings weekly a Kite.Miss and many thou j t that the Charleston .
t store building down town, and to judge hour, when each white ribboner the Hill.-Mildred Crosby, Gladys valued the protein (muscle and bone- by perpetual constitutional pro- earthquake 1886 had caused a '_

from the officers and charter members world over is expected to lift her heartto Mansell, Geo. Gnann,Homer Limbaugh. producing element) at 28>.< cents a unit, visions, the manufacture or sale of any lot of cracks in p\.\ e clay and hardpan ,. :y r
God in for His blessing on the and the carbohydrate (fat-producing thing. No one knows when the time .
f the work will be carried forward with prayer i Beatrice Wills, Eugene Bessant, Her- which furnished; nnderdrainage. But t
great zeal in behalf of state-wide prohi work and workers and the abolition of I shel Crosby, Herman Crosby, Eugene element) at 223: cents a unit. This may come when such a course would be there is another land more plausible \ :

officers the liquor system and the overthrow of Wilson gives timothy a value, in round num- regretted and even disastrous.4th. .
bition. The following were reason. In 1890<& Florida Muck Land
its allies. High School.-Josie Inman Miriam bars, of ?20 per ton. The constitution already provides ,
elected without a dissenting voice: Co., by canalize<< part of Sampson
j President, Mrs. J. Allen; secretaryMrs. What is the scope of the national W. Hoffman, Harriet Hoffman, Leetha Sas- HAYMAKING. for local option, whereby the peo- river and the c between Sampson ( rand

t A. A. Futch; treasurer, Mrs. P. B. C. T. U? some might ask. It exists for ser, Pearl Johns, Allie Haynes, Jean- There is quite as much of a knack in ple of each county are given the Row ell 1- J nd connecting Crosby -'

Hunt. I I the purpose sf educating the young, nette Matthews, Brace Davis, Margie making hay as there is in producing any right to prohibit or license the manufacture and Sampson with capacious

: I. forming better public sentiment, reforming Horne, Katherine Kuhl, Emma Darby, other farm crop. It should be mown and sale of liquor as they deem /
Ar noon the Starke delegation dined : ditch, lowered thg&uiface: of the lakes: .. ,
'..- I i the drinking classes and securing Lucile Freeman, Ellery Davis, Cyrus before the stalks become tough and be- best from time to time. This system '
: with the M. E. quarterly conference from three feet rainy season to i
:' i the entire abolishment of the liquor Sistrunk, Lois Tison, Anita Wills, Marcos fore the seed has matured. The leguminous permits a full and adequate expressionof ixfthe
under the large oaks in front of the I seven feet du weather. This j._ _
.+ j I traffic. Brown, Ford Prescott, May Fripp, plants, .such as the ggsrweeJ, popular opinion on the subject.5h. Alligator ,
' church, ani altogether the day was I! gave the reek and its tributaries '
Men have a place in our organization, Miriam Darby, Louise Florens. cowpea, velvet bean and peanut, should .% State-wide prohibition by con- -l
most enjoyably and profitably spent. an increase. fall, enabling them
but only as "honorary members!," since be dried very quickly. It is best to stitutional amendment violates the mil '
to carry away i water in a inn "
we believe that the need which called SLIGHT WRECK ON SEABOARD. mow in the afternoon, thus allowing the principles of a free government. r
!Killed Eleven Snakes.The time than before, Id, by the way, "'ere' 1J
for a separate organization still exists. leaves to wilt slightly before night. f.th. Local option has proved a euccs -
Telegraph has of late containedsome ,If in the future woman is to take her Car Loaded With Household floods Then during dry weather the hay will <':, It would be disastrous to displace it not for this cirfc! stance, Starke and B.-.. fI

interesting snake stories, but what :: place side by side with man in all off Caused Tbe rouble. be in fair condition, ordinarily, to be it by a system which is offensiveto the surrounding E : ion would be'much ::

we will relate telow tops them all and i I! life's relations, she must'fit herself fori Last Friday morning shortly before 8 placed under shelter before the next many of our counties, and which worse pff during tirainy season than

the truth of the occurrence is vouched i j, that position. To him has been given o'clock, as northbound through freightNo. night. If cowpeas and beggarwead are cannot result otherwise than a failure. they are. the t.,.. t'U'

* for by Rev. F. B. Johns, of Starke, who i i I! the training of the ages; to_her, little b had entered the yard limits, a mown in the morning and nearly dried, We appeal to the people of Florida by lowered Lowering the ground; ice of the lines also '1 i
water and
: its increased
saw the makes after they hai been more than a quarter of a century. To brake beam dropped down in front of the leaves are likely to shatter badly be- their votes to strike down this attemptto fall it to i
enable enlarg? and
killed. I be a companion and helpmate she needs one of the hindmost cars. After slashing fore the crop is entirely dry, thus losingthe deprive them of tho right of local extend and '"f'
more fi >re each year, the .
James Hill, who live near Pleasant to understan i the great problems of the around awhile it was run over by most nutritions portion of the hay. self-government. ; 4' 1( ,'-
little veins running; brough the imper- :\
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Grove church, Alachua county, was day, to be able to look into them, discuss -I the wheels:, which gave the truck such a Velvet beans, as a rule cannot be easily \Ve ask you to go to the polls on election vious clay and haf >an. This allowedair -:.if-: ....

driving toward*Santa Fe station last them with him and be in touch I shock that the king pin broke and the mown without a special attachment to day and record your disapproval of I 4
to get into the ,t jsoil & :improving = ::.
'i Saturday afternoon, when he paw the with all his lines of work and govern- I truck slid backward, tearing away the the mower, and for the most part are I I this agitation. The issue is in your itso, that the rct.! of plants can >

r trail of a very large snake in the sand ment and through her finer nature, I air cylinder and knocking away the used as a field flr'uge. Peanut hay is hands. down deep wher$.they always find go (

on the road. He had no time to stop more delicate and sensitive penetration, I rear truck. This caused the front end usually made with the nuts attached, H. W. LONG, Chairman.D. moisture, and thusis, that .
and investigate, but the following help him to find the way to higher of the car to fall down on the rails and though in some instances it is made J. HFRRIN, Secretary. stand drouth better than ..
formerly. ;
he to the snake trail and ideal and through her refining influence without the nuts. Mexican clover 9-z'.i It .
: morning went the rear end to jump up in the lap, so to I By deepening tb lligatcr creek and r ,
I&L followed it up. carry him to the accomplishmentof speak, of the fiat car behind, which was I crowfoot grass, millet and crab grass its tributaries wofeld-
we deepen and
deeds for the uplifting and better- be mown almost 'any time of the '
.J. Having gone some distance from the'road loaded with cypress plank. The bodyof I may tend the underdriibage: and improve .
ment of mankind. slid day, but preferably during the afternoon I the surface drainaj until the soil
: he saw what looked like half a the car along smoothly on the beegetables .'
L Matthews Suffered
|.:;(-, bushel of rattlesnakes coiled up on theAground Some of the principal results which rails, but the Janny draw-head beneath I and allowed to wilt and partiallydry Heavy Loss came "warm" eimgh to grow forprofitable '.

and as he stood looking at them the organization has been instrumental it tore up the track at a fearful rate un- before night. If completely dried Last Saturday.News now grown shipment only foijli ji[amily use,that and improve are- \ ":: I ?:

:t:; they crawled down into a gopher hole. in securing are statutory prohibition til the train stopped opposite the Fair- before night and heavy dews occur, the was received in the city Satur- the staple: crops'; Whenever : .

v, He hurriedly went home for a spade and md constitutional amendments and the view hotel. hay is likely to bleach out considerably day of the total destruction of the large there is opportunity'the roots of almost ;

tf and hastened back, accompanied -nactment of other reform laws. It The body of the car was not hurt at and not be as bright and palatable as it cotton warehouse and cotton gins owned all our crops will gq; own from 6 to 10 \ r
, 'a gun feet for food and] noisture
* t. [ and the
for scientific
digging and began the movement temperance all and it was the most decorous, self- otherwise would. and operated by Mr. J. L. Matthews, of .
,DT his sons. They began education in the public schools, deeper the soil the& oser" the planting .,
1.JIOOl: unearthed the snakes, which wereliiUed having been instrumental in securing respecting wreck ever seen. By turningthe Mexican clover is not a legume. This Bland,Vhich occurred at an early hour may be done, thus t i rearing the yield. ;

with the spade or the gun as they laws to that end in all the states. Its car over into the ditch things couldbe I will be apparent at once from the above Saturday morning, presumably of incen- The most profitable all crops, alfalfa, '

made their When the lastjltiht efforts to influence college students and set right in half an hour, but it held[ table, which shows that it is rather low diary origin. could be raised hertfjjf the drainage was ( .

| appearance.unearthed the rattlers to train and organize them for a philan- valuable freight and it was considered[ in protein. Though it is low in nutritive The Bland ginnery was considered one better. There is $|factor that influences '
had been our particuU$ soil
life its evangelistic work | M much
*5i i ||v,,were counted and there were eleven of thropic non-churchgoers; railway employees among, beet to replace the front truck so that elements, it is one of the most pal of the most up-to-date. and modern in drainage. Given gstfd drainage the soil ". ; ,

{ ,them two large and nine small ones. soldiers, lumbermen, miners, and especially the car could be put upon a side track, atable hays. For the western and Alacbua county. The loss will total can easily be made i" {productive as the -
the of all northern pans of Florida it makes one several thousand dollars with best and will yield saosdantly all :>
I'The the ,largest snake had for drinking men which was done, after delaying the no insur- prc- 1 Sf'
rattles of its of the best hay crops that we bav I ducts suitable to tha latitude. -- '1
F1 leen. shot away, but the next largest classes and, have the tirelessness proved comprehensiveness of its energy. north bound passenger train, due hereat The yield is large, and the entire mate- ance. Considerable seed cotton was il H. E. L. _. :''
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|t'tporte4. nine rattles. The lengths of Its efforts Ifi reach the pauper and the 9)10, for awhile. rial is consumed by the animals. stored in the gin and was consumed.It ) ,
but it is safe establish reformatories and is understood Mr. Matthews will PrlialllTe posts ,
r j.the./ makes were not taken, prisoner, to Died.
''jUtfoaythat; the combined len th-of all homes for the wretched victims of inebriety Christian march. endeavor to rebuild and install a new The annual mee of the Primitive .' ,
I and their coffering children, and Mrs. Kate Burton, wife of M. Burton, plant in time to secure a part of thisseason's : '
services second of this .
feet Preaching : and Baptists
-. the snakes was not less than thirty Floorer Mission, mast every business.-Gainesville Sun, Sep- took place at
i'g gal Temperance hfiart. of Saxton, died early Wednesday morn fourth Sunday. tember 18th. their church to the ..'ater Oak section .
Court ap to every ing after a short illness. She was 25 Sunday school every Sunday morningat and ; '
Episcopal When every Christian woman shall Sunday was, as twuaJ,well attended .:
.. 4th, 1910, li t' wear the whit ribbon the day of vie- years of age and of near relatives she 10 o'clock.. Hetoedist Church Directory. with foot wu ping| and communion. "' "
and Bible f
Sunday t
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traffic with the) Prayer study every Sun School 9:50 .
t over the liquor long leaves to mourn her departne her hut- lay a. m. Several
wy hundred
> & j Sunday after Trinity. of crimes following in its wake Thursday evening: at 7 o'clock. Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:80 p. m. pe'were present, "
line and child. The rewaiua
band one were All are cordially invited, and mem- many of them from Starke. Herds. t
$ Sunday School 9:30. shall be at hAnd. Epworth League 3:30 o'clock p. m. 1
interred at Long Branch cemetery, Clay I bers are requested to be present.L. r '
r Morning 11:00 MINNIE WYNN Qt"IGLJY, Prayer meeting Wednesday p. m. Groover, Dukes Moody conducted i. -
prayer i
Cor. Sec. county, Wednesday afternoon. A. CUNNINGHAM, Pastor. E. J. GATZS, Pastor. the services. ,\, '
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; This Th Dar Old Frauds. I I the river and brought; Vm b:rk''j
gentleman wants to
go over
\, Those old. pleasant. Innocent fraudsof HIS FOUR GUESSES e barn and all the '
i while 1 >
the house Miss May. He Is thinkingof 'Ii"
THE buying," the landlord explained. THAT MONKEY the circus are not practiced now-I ilnkln who that gal was that want

the Imposing five barred gates that as e so bad. 1 thort over all the Ilk
As they neared the doorway with WRENCH I f
j; j the horse approached them were sloped i modabout, but couldn't hit
n Its quaint white pillars she turned suddenly one IDf
A Farmer Who Was Stupid
Into Insignificant wattles and the Young < of 'em as bad ever
f of Man and His and looked up at Madden. Pleadingly -
Mystery a
which the signorina pur- ke Interest Into
rings through any me. Then
entreatingly, her eyes sought his By About Women.By r.
}ri' H .J Daughter. as she stood hesitating. ported to leap, but which in reality I i embered the barn dance a week

Press were Insinuated over her by compliant 1 >re and all the gals I'd danced w
1910. by American
"Are coming the owner asked.
1/ you Association. attendants. And then there was that 1 1 it I couldn't think o' any one
F. A. MITCH EL. 'em
I "It Is not necessary to go inside :
venerable Jockey performance, the cul- a i had looked longin' at me.
By AGNES G. EROGAN. Madden said unexpectedly. "I can [Copyright 1910 by American Press Association. lInrtht
mination of which was a leap from the I ?ams fiad always been fritD'I
-i- Copyright.. 1910, by American Press Asso form pretty good-opinion out here." This bit of heroism was an actual ] ,
ciation. ring to a standing position, albeit at As I was takin' the horses to waiter > ard me. and onct she'd Invited met '
Then the
girl flashed at him smile occurrence.
The hotel keeper's wife rocked to and a" an angle of thirty degrees on thehorse's one evenin', lettla down the bars to t a. wondered if It could be MartSjJ:
of gratitude. "I thank you, she Molly Tryne was born to the clicking It
fro In.he* chair upon the:veranda. back. In the old circuses 'em to the road who should here was a big cornhuskin fe1l"
; murmured dislikesto of telegraph keys. Her father was git out on : ,
softly. "My patient
t I "IfBTny opinion that there's something was the custom of the horseman to 6 ys after my meetin' with Sairy *
She ;
be disturbed..' an agent at a station on the O. B. and come along Salty Higgins. *
;; : ; very mysterious about the whole miss the crowning Jump two or three lookin out o' them g as. and I was there. So was 1flrtbi .
Miriam, as In thought he called her. O. railroad and from the time Molly of was mighty peart
affair she confided to her friend, who five old nothing delighted times In order that a fiercer flame snappin black eyes o' hern, an' when J ie was sittin' on a pile of corn, aafi'ij
was quite friendly after that and audI-
kindled in the
Interest be led her. both
might buskin
j hard. l'i
1't .V kept the Tillage grocery. "Fancy a would often linger at the gate to talk her so much as to sit In his lap and band she saw me she smiled pleasant and When
After two failures -nek red I tried ....._
ence. : a ear to kiss ,,-
: Invalid
. ; stylish young lady with an when he the house with her little hand under his on the said, says she: .,
passed one of
.T upon would stop (always the presage a & d she fit. '
mother moving Into that leaky, crumbling key send messages. Then when she "Evenin', Mr. Purdyr"Evenin' !
another the
pretense though horse'shead
or the
moment of strain supreme), l
old house though no one has seen Jut later on. when I was hnsiltf ,!
.a tangled branches seemed to bar him knew they were real messages that would be loosed, he would be Miss Higgins! says I.
the mother yet far as I can find out. F th Hepzl Jenkins I got another .
\1 out as completely as an iron door were being sent she would be delight and the feat "Been workin bard today? red '
to a greater pace
i'X ought not to mention this." said urged "Not I. "Lea tawaYI I and kissed her without her makitf'',
very, says
.l might have done. But he had been ed."Now would gloriously succeed. Then what
.f the other, "but It's been' troubling mea sent upon an Important commissionand I dear," he would say after a crash of brass and outburst of delight hain't been workin' at all the way I 91 7 fuss at all. Bo I concluded .to .

great deal. The girl came down to order for train to to me Bepzl for my first guess.
I still deliberated long how best I sending an a come in the building. Involving even used to work when I done the plowln *
-" the store a few days and when I ordered '17.' and she'll Vhen I went to see Sairy Blgglai
ago to accomplish his purpose, so when on. "you've up the staff and ringmaster b the expres- and rich like myself. I got so many
, }I I made out the little bill they've been be here In ten minutes or when the old men workin' for me now I just look 91 Sunday night I found her with tc _
he had been Those simple
upon a night sion of ecstasy ,
ji, I owing she looked It ot carelessly, hand of the clock stands there." after 'em." < v dress on and lookin' spick aid ,
Irresistibly drawn toward the Cornhill Magazine.
days -
,;' I then drew off one of her diamond the hill he noiselessly Sure enough when the hand pointedto "You got a fine farm," gays she. II in. When I tole her I'd thort'font
I upon passed '
' 1 rings and laid It upon the counter and the designated figure the train "Reckon." says I."There's ( lamia Marthy Beams, but bad setS -
through the gateway, then on throughthe Remarkable Instinct."Every '
fJ asked to take It would steam to the station.As 1 on Bepzl Jenkins and why Fd
4 me as security. up I thank only one thing missinVsays
deserted gardens to where a light time I go shopping
The hotel wife leaned fori' Molly grew older her father cl Jiged from one to the other she
: keeper's she."What's. ,
from half drawn that business
shone beneath a cur- heaven I have a good
ed hard said
; ward. "I believe stolen taught her the Morse alphabet and Ifi and : "I heard YOU
they are that? I. .
tain. If he could only succeed In this said the woman who boasts says
'1\ :' goods," she said excitedly. when one day she sent a message all "A woman""Oh w ia fool about gals, but I didn'tth
thing which he had undertaken-if he wit always saves her
4 by herself her pleasure knew no that quick ik you was as big a fool as that.
; A soft rustling sound at the farther
could finally satisfy himself that the from financial loss.M..\ saleswomancame I got several o' them critters. 'i' I'd orter known that
r it end of the veranda caused the women man whom he sought was there! bounds. She continued to practice and into trouble They do the milkln' and the churnin. Marthy wanted -
to learn and by the time she was four- very near getting y' to Mss her and Bepzl didn't
"., to start suddenly and peer through a They come in the mornin' and go home
the blind.
t Stooping, he peered belt I bought The only
today over a whether kissed her "
screen of vines where the brightly teen she was of great assistance to ca I "Perhaps.. said a low mocking her father.A thing that saved her was my business nt night. 'aal, Sairy and I set together till 10
lighted end of a cigar glowed in the voice will be kind to tell for "I always heard..' she said at tbls.lookin' ,
"you enough year later Tryne fell ill and died. instinct. First I bought a belt d" .>ck; then I went away. I key my

darkness. ," me what you expect to find in my Molly was by this time so well versedIn $1.25 and paid with a two dollar bilL kind o' quar, that you was the e skinned durin' the week for some
"Who Is It? In
Mrs. asked
Briggs a house." biggest fool about wlmmen in the
I telegraphy that the managers of the In handling my change the girl dropped ot r gal as looked as If she'd taken

:I !whisper. :Madden straightened suddenly and railroad continued temporarily her fa a quarter Into the paper and boxes county. Now I know it" a Sin to me, but I could see nothm
*; I "It's a young man from the cits. "What makes that?" I asks,
looked in the direction of a shadowy ther's salary to her mother Molly sell- that strewed the floor back of the you say pa' icular In ary one of 'em. Sunday

her friend answered; "came Just "before corner where a girl's white clad figure Ing tickets, operating the wires and counter and could not find It Of kind o' heated. "oJ Ie, and I hadn't a guess. Then a

supper. I forgot he was there. dimly outlined. "I I beg I could have held her account- "Waal, you don't git It through your
I was your acting as dispatcher. Of course she course so dent thort struck me. Sairy bad admitted -
The person referred to came leisurely pardon for having frightened he able but she looked tired and worried noddle what I mean about your farm
toward them. you, could not go to school, but being am- so that Marthy Beams had wanted

t said in confusion. bitious to learn, she studied at home, that I hadn't the heart to do that needin a woman. me to kiss "her. "She is the gal after
a "Pardon me he sold in a pleasing "I am not afraid in the least," the how do think we settled it?" I thort for a minute before answerln' '
which meant In the ticket and telegraph so you nil! I shouted, and when I went to see
voice. "Could you direct me to the her then 1 tole her I didn't dream of
owner of the voice returned calmly, Her husband it ,
had her
home of Robert Reynolds? I have I office. One night she gave up. Sa! j that night I guessed Marthy.

been told be moved here lately." "but your actions are a little er-unusual books before her studying when, hear- "Why." said she triumphantly, "I f'b said I'd struck it dead wrong.dldn't .

"Never heard of the the don't you think?" I ing a rap on the window, she lookedup Just exchanged my $1.25 belt for a I git away from the Bigginses

name "Inexcusable," he replied promptlyand and saw the ugly face of a man. dollar one, and neither of us lost any- un 11 o'clock that Sunday night. Istajted
hotel keeper's wife said thoughtfully,
advanced toward her. "It Is time "What do you want?" she asked, her thing."
to several times but
while Mrs. Briggs volunteered the Information .i.n\1 go Sairyjys
: I should be frank with you. The man heart leaping up Into her throat. "Remarkable instinct my dear" said al called
: that the arrivalsIn me to tell me some-
only new
whom I hoped to find In that room is "Open the window!" the husband, and she smiled over his J '
; the village were the residents of the thi When I did git away and walk-
i iCI i Robert Reynolds, of whom you have Molly sat still, not knowing what to approval-New York Sun. ed' long the road under the starlight ItO

heard." do. As to opening the window, she
iii C( red to me that I'd had a bang-up
r f The Her shone had no thought of that 2n
girl arose. face very Bernard Shaw's Excuse. tin levenin'. And it struck me with a

white in the moonlight and her eyes "Open the window or I'll kill you!" Bernard Sbaw was invited to a ban. Jt o' force that I wouldn't mind

were wide with hurt surprise. "He is Molly sat looking at him. She may quet in honor of the sculptor Rodin. l1a In' Sairy herself to hum, so's Idnt

not in that house" she said slowly. have been paralyzed by fear. Any- He sent the following letter as his excuse -
wo have to go out anywhere
rirri27FM/ "Bave I not told you so?" way, she made no move to throw up for not attending: to N
fig S for company. But I'd made uptur'
"You have he answered doggedly, the sash. "For me a banquet to Rodin Is quite
.s a in my mind of the gal that
"and you will think me worse than impertinent The man smashed a pane of glass superfluous. I have already taken
\ wa fed and I a-dressin It
me. kep' np
now when I confess that I with his fist and put his arm throughthe measures to assume immortality for
1\ I fin and finer from week to week tin
1r \j j* thought you might be concealing thisman's opening to unloosen the catch but myself by attaching my name to that I wh I called on Sairy for the third

; identity out of a mistaken idea not finding it or because he didn'tknow of Rodin. Henceforth in every encyclopedia -
I pie I tole her I didn't want none o'I
how It worked he concluded to
\ of benefit to him. you will read. 'Bernard Shaw:
t the al9 knowed-I wanted the>
pictur' -
| She interrupted him angrily. "I will try to effect an entrance In another subject of a bust by Rodin; otherwise "

listen to you no longer," she said. way. Molly heard his steps as he went unknown tSi

f "There is no reason why should around to the door which opened on "If the bust Is lost. broken or spoiled.BO : y looked kind o' miffed at this
the other the station. andjtole! me I couldn't an !magi -
side of Running guess
trouble to prove my truthfulness.Nevertheless" much the better for me. he con- .
tl' from the office, she was at the door ry pusson. So the guess was lost
-she waved her hand tinues. "They will speak of the 'lost
before him and locked It. Then she T .islt was longer than the last one.
toward the great silent house-"you Bernard Shaw of Rodin. as today they
back to her clicker and called for Abe II o'clock I bUt
ran goin'
was home.
1 .
t are at liberty to convince yourself. I speak of the lost Athens of Phidias.Nothing
l help. Sat said I needed somepin to walk
will remain here.. can be more beautiful than '
In a few moments she had caught a on_ she brought out a snack and a'
f p. I Madden ignored the offer. "Will you the statues which no one ever saw. : ,I II
station where a freight train had Just jug I cider, and it was 12 before we
at least allow me the privilege' of explaining Therefore I have done all that is neces ) I
pulled In and told the there finis 'em. when
i iL ii ," he asked desperately, "to operator sary. I can get along without ban- Somehow we
that a man was trying to break into Fh hands
at partin' our fingers kind
morrow If you would be so kind" quets. You will only be Rodin's hosts.I r

, ,., The girl turned from him and slowly her office. She bad hardly got her have the honor be his model."- o' stuck together, and It was some

message through and received word time efore let
J we go.
ascended the
steps. At the doorwayshe Dramatic :Mirror.
\ that help would be sent at once when v
I i paused. "You may explain tomorrow n I was a-walkln along home-
the man appeared again at the win it w moonlight this time-I looked
, she said brokenly, "while I The Unreality of Opera. .
i dow. up a the moon and Sairy seemed to
shall confess""Miriam."he There are people who still complainof
And now Molly rose to the occasion be I [kin' outen It, smilln at me. And '
I' called the of who cannot
unconsciously I I unreality opera "SAIRY AND i SET TOGETHER TILL 10
speaking her name, for he knew that t like a true heroine. On her desk wasa subject themselves to its illusion. And O'CLOCK." I th that I only bajl'one more guess

i iI I t 4 she was crying but the door closed, I little nickel plated monkey wrench.gUstt'nlnl indeed the illusion of opera breaks any work a woman could do that a as t !'the gal as wanted me. And I

', I and the rusty bolt slid raspingly into : for all the world like the down If everything In it Is not kept at man couldn't do better even milkln'. thort ,too, b'gosh. I didn't keer whetherI
"TELE ME WHAT YOU EXPECT TO FIND IN polished barrel of a pistol. Seizing it pucfeod
MT BOUSE." place. I the same distance from reality. In She larfed nnd tole me I was a bigger right or not. Ef I did guess
and aiming It at the robber, she called
. She came to meet him upon the followIng -, out that world of musical expression: we fool even' than ,she'd thort I was. right jit would end my visits to Sairy.
dilapidated old house the hill :
upon 'hen'thort
morning such a pathetic must never be suddenly lowered bj' "What need." she, "!s a It would be a good Idea
who were known as Mrs. May and her droop-1 "If you don't go away I'll shoot you says
.1 detail into the ordi- wife." to gaj Sairy to give me four more
daughter Miss Miriam. Ing little figure that Madden you!" any incongruous

The stranger thanked them and proceeded anxiety to hasten through the ordeal The man didn't go away, but he I nary world of prose. Realism the attempt "Ob! That's what people call me four gues,lore s. so's I could go and see her

1 \\ down the fQ.'ld way. would have spoken at once, but she drew back and from his walking to work upon the emotions' by stupid about wimmcn for, is it? 1 I Wall Sunday nights.
I when the
{' % It was difficult to distinguish the old put out a protesting band "If you around the station Molly knew that beI complete Illusion of reality is disas- can't git none of 'em to marry me?" I rouudlit, Sunday all come

'. ; I house through the dense growth of please" she asked, "may I tell my was trying to find another entrance. I trous in opera. If the scene is a rail- "Reckon they're more likely to call was hard waitin day-not

r 1." trees which surrounded it, while the story first?" I Meanwhile she clicked an Inquiry as way station we remember at once that you a fool 'cause you don't know when have :|the reg'lar work to do-for time

I' wooden gate at the entrance to the He silently nodded assent then stood to what had been done for her relief people do not slug when they are they want you.:' -> to co when I could go and see Sairy.

1 grounds was bridged across with looking gravely down upon her as she and was told that the engine;: of the catching trains.-London Times. I thort ag'in awhile. I hadn't seen As it .'as. 1 got there airlier than usaal. -

; ; ,Shrubs and overhanging branches. The sat before him. train that had come In had been detached that any woman had 'pcared to want I. ..l'soon as we was set on the sofy

i snap reaching over to examine the "It is needless to tell you," she beganin and was! coming to her assistance The Music Was Fatal.A me."I airy aid.. says she:

: Interior of the garden, was met by a a low hopeless tone, "that Robert al fast .MS tf'lIlJ' wnul.l drive' New York politician once found It know a pal.' Snlry went on "Yo got to guess right this time.

,: .low, threatening growl. Reynolds is my father. You are also it with several armed men :ibrnrd. It necessary to attend an entertainmentat a-talkln', "as would jist give her head ('a os .:I told you ef you didn't I'd tell

"What is it. Don?" called a clear acquainted with the facts which madeit bad I left p\'r:11' minute before. and an orphan home and he was havIng to git you." you a "wa,'. And I wouldn't do that

young voice, and a girl's face appeared necessary for us to hide away in since it could 1<< pet over a: mile in n minute a bad time of It. The selection by "You don't mean it?' for t 'e best milkin' cow on your '

.J above the brambles. It was rather this isolated Ullage. They were too I It should! ,be there in MX or seven the boys' band was particularly distressing "I do. sartin sure." farm.

. e -. disconcerting to be thus looking directly ready to judge him I think, those minute Turning to a friend the poli- "What's' her name?" "W'tmakes you object so strong?"

'.. into a pair of questioning blue' boasted friends of his, and to emblazonhis Presently Mollv hoard Its mule and tician said with a shudder "No wonder "Laws a-massy! Do you think I'm "Ef. ou was a gal you'd object to

,... eyes, but he managed to stammer out guilt in all the papers." She the robber probably hoard It, too. they are orphans."-Success Magazine goin' to tell you that?" I tallin' thing like that too..

I his desire to locate a certain Robert covered her face with trembling liamK though not :i-" quick,.: :Mollv. who was "Why not?" ""'0 says I. "you needn't worrit

., Reynolds. "I seem to see always the glaring eagerly rxpoctius it. n..!<'idC'., he was "Since she's confided In me enoughto about.' t. for I don't keer a tinker's : ')

1 ::1 "We are strangers here," the girl headlines: 'Hubert Reynolds: Treasurer on the wrong side I of the station to A Money Saver. tell me it wouldn't be hon'able. cuss iK;| ut that gal as wants me. for I

: told him1 am afraid I cannot help, of the Elite Club. Absconded: But hear It. Consequently!' when the locomotive But you are taking considerablerisk would it. to give her away?" don'tant: her. I jist want to comehere

r 't 't you" there are some things :you do not pulled up he had barely a in letting jour young men owe I thort a good while this time beforeI r )::'Iar Sunday nights guessin' "

I !' fly name is Madden," be said con know. How this disgrace, following minute's start. Leaping:; from the cab. two or three weeks' board." said any more. The horses was apulln' about![ er."

t "\ fidentially. "I am the bearer of an as it did so closely upon the failure of one of the men sought" :Mollywhile "Yes there is some risk" answeredthe to git to waiter but this thine Fa'rj give a little snicker at this and

the business which left the rest sought" the robber. They boarding house keeper;' "But then.
I Important message for a Mr. Robert us penniless' Sairy was a-tellin' me was a lot silded: p closer,to me though we was
Reynolds' changed my father from a strong, reliant caught sight of him running in com- you see. they worry over it so that of importance."I '
about s clost as we could git before.
\The girl looked steadily iuto his face. man Into a child startled at every pany with two other men and. callingon ;: they lose their appetites, so I save cant quite make out." I said at And SH says, kind o' sorrowful, "I'm

I 'Her own had grown very white. "Itepeit. sound! And I, who had never been them to halt, fired a shot after money in the long inn.' last "what's the use o' you tellra" .. afeere that can't be..

I "':f: : ." she said emphatically, "that taught to decide for myself! had now them to enforce the order. Every one me that a gal wants me end then not "Wife .
not? I
I I cannot help you" Then down through to act for us both. So wisely' or un- of the fugitives was captured. Then Diplomatic. tellin me who's the pair! says "
... r' those who had come to save the little "I believe our boy Is a born diplomat. "Wa jl. people would begin to talk.
; : the sleepy garden there came a querulous wisely. I brought him here, where Ihave She snickered at this and said, says "
assembled to hear her ." Tal c about what?
} i cry. growing more Imperative as been doing my best to allay his operator she: ''
fears story. When she came to the monkeywrench "Has he shown extraordinary: abilityas "Tlit 'd be sayin: we was engaged.
; ; the waited with sudden terror In heri -trying to coax him back to "Don't it occur to' you that it emOUght
t ,. courage." that had served' for a pistol a prevaricator?" would This sot methinkln'.
I eyes. be kind o' interestln to try to e
i a- "Miriam!" wailed the voice. "Miri- I "I did not come to persecute your they were lost In wonder. Taking the "Well. no not that exactly but be find out who the gal is?" be a gfyd idee to set 'em a-talkin'. and .

S robbers back to the station the rail cheat and Fairy could have to me to stop
i >l' 1m' father, child. said Madden. "I have can other boys in trades "Seems to me." says I. "it would marry

a IIi.. 4 "Go please." she whispered breath I, been searching for him that is true road men had come from the story make them think they are getting all waste a lot o' time that i Is, ef I could Vm. DthIn' stupid about that!

!':' lessly, then ran swiftly toward the i i but it was In order to bring him good was told and was telegraphed all along the best of IL"Napoleon git it from some one who knows al- "Bes es." she went on. "pojj mought

; r I bouse. i I news- ,, to-- clear) ha name r\f -*t false .Itnputation. I the line. The next day trainmen and ready." object 54) a young man comln here every -

, ,.. I I when they passed the station "
sit Un' with
. ; passengers and Woman. Sctjiay night me.
Madden She larfed
1J" As fastened the gate behind I ag'in. She was larfin all

him he closed his mouth determinedly.If :! Miriam gave' a little cry. "Oh. how If they stopped, must' see the Napoleon I., who was a great admirer the time she was a-talkin to me with "Wb|?h' says I;.
I little girl who had stood off a robber, of female talent when Its owner "wa! "
# It
> Robert Reynolds was concealed shall I know it is true? she said. her bead to one side and her eyes ). wears out the scfy. ii

, 4 there, as he had reason to suppose, be I "Whom can I trust?" and If they did not stop crowded the did not. like Mme. de Stael direct It a-dancln about as though there was "Fug| >se it does. I got one at home l'

must not again allow a sense of chivalry I I Be bent over, looking down at her I II windows and platforms, waving con.ratulatlons. against himself used to say "'[here somepin funny about it all. better4jthis: { I'll give him when this Is 1

.' 1 deter him from I I pityingly. "There Is one whom ,:: are women who have only cue fault- used U' "
: to seeking him out you "I'll tell you what I'll do.. she says. A

forcibly If It need be. One could not I would have to trust always." he said I But a more substantial honor or. viz, that they are not men." TH give you four guesses, a week She t ort awhile; then she said:
II rather a reward, came from the president -
.. .: openly doubt a lady's word, but when I gently. And when she asked, doubting I of the He apart. If you don't guess right on "Bo* would it do to sit on your sofy ,.
company. sent an or- Man
another opportunity presented itself he who that might be he answered I II Woman. the fourth guess IT tell you who the in the; rst place
' der that Molly report at the main of- When a man Into trouble the
.would be resolute. I I her quIetly "Your husband"And I gets gal Is." "We! do it. Well begin next Sun- .
r fice. She obeyed the order and when first
thing be thinks of is. "How shall
L The arrived when he early that evening Mrs. Briggs "When day "
opportunity meta am I to do the guessin' I nit t.
the timid looking slip of a girl was I get out of this fix?" When a woman ,
the owner of the much discussed bouse : down to visit her friend at the II j i I asked. "Tha mighty suddent. says she. r 1 1"I !
hotel. paraded through the various depart- gets Into trouble her first thought Is. .
one day at the hotel. "If It's for sale" "It beats all. she said by way ,I I merts all the "Come and see me Sunday nights for co n't be married as soon as
I of employees arose and "Bow shall I best bear this misery?
greeting "That mysterious lady of ,, "
Madden remarked casually, "I might cratitd their necks to get sight of her. -Winifred Black. four Sundays. You can make a guess that.

jpo up with you and look It over" j i I ears was married at the parsonage this Then she was taken Into the prest.dent's each Sunday night." This ras '1st what I wanted. 1 i

The girl whose face haunted him i afternoon to the very detective who' room. With that she Sung me a look and a want try to hum. I expected to -,

I continually whose blue eyes moved I| has came to arrest: her. no doubt and be' He told her that her mother would "Does Winks Cheeky.take magazines?" laugh and tripped along down the walt a Jew weeks but so long all. .'
bought back all them stolen rin any
him so quickly from baffled anger to Bur the other be given a pension and that she would "All he can get. I don't dare to leave road. I kind o' wished she'd 'a' kep' know was go Into git her that wasWe're J
was so overcome by .
pity looked up startled from the be Rent to school He dismissed her. me taikin about it some more thoughthe all rig I. to be married next ;
s one lying
i ntouud.-H1nnlngham
t Age-
astonishing she
It; flowers she was clipping as they ap- news that could with a fat check HeraldI I horses was tuggin' to git on and month I hope our weddln '11 stop
end _
j.: ; proached. .,_ ... __._ ........_ no words to reply. j I i keepin' me pullin' at 'em. I tuk 'em people Illn me a fool about wlmmin. 1



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LIVE STATE NEWS I critic, "at the beginning of his career A. Cooper, of Oswego, N. Y., as a merciless medicine in use for the relief and cure Notice ,reby given that, as directed by s
II i iE 8 undertook the part1 of the blind lung-racking cough that defied all I of bowel complaints. It cures griping, the Co: oner of the General Land Ofloe,
diarrhoea, dysentery and should be taken under the 'visions' of the Act of Congress approved i
Colonel Cballice to 'Alone.' Tree wasa remedies for years. "It was most I Jo*w' _"- 1906(84 State.. of-
maA troublesome at night," he writes. at the first unnatural looseness of the fer at pnblo'clock e to the $11tidwt11 10
those He
very nervous days. bowels. It is equally valuable for chil- A.3 on the 4th day of October 1910,
That Are In Florida as Told by helped me till I used Dr.
Things Happening was always forgetting his lines. "But "Nothing dren and adults. It always cures. next, at tl Sice the following tract of land:%
King's hew Discovery, which cured me Lot No. *, .6, T. 73., B.2UE., Tallahaa\cee -
the blind colonel he seemed destinedto
as Sold by all dealers.A .
Our fi
Exchanges completely. I never cough at night Meridian. L.i.
be particularly nervous and therefore now." Millions know its matchless Any peidescribed' s claiming adversely the above -, I
\ Promoter of Comment.
I*are advised to flla their claims
__ be arranged with the prompter merit for stubborn colds obstinate '
"Bridge whist spoils conversation," or oojectiotfl |>n or before the time designated ::'
that ou the first night whenever he coughs, sore lungs, la grippe, asthma, : for sale.
Probably the fastest speed boat ever Having named a county ticket the So- said the woman who doesn't care for /CRY S. CHUBB. REOHTZR.:
forgot a speech be should snap his hemorrhage, croup, whooping cough or I I :S JEWS WAKIiEX, RccciTER. ,
built in southern waters is the Grace sialists of Hillsborough propose takingan fingers as a signal for help. hay fever. It relieves quickly and never cards. 319-
Land Sales active in fails to satisfy. A trial convinces. oOc "Only temporarily" replied Miss I i
Dale, owned by the Florida part approaching general "The first night came, and Tree for l
and '1. Trial bottle free. It's positively Cayenne. "You ought to hear the remarks Noe
in election. 01 Final DIscharge.
Co., which will make her dip got his lIne continually. Ella fingers '"
guaranteed by all druggists.Why It inspires after the
the water today. The Grace Dale was A daring attempt was made near Ortega snapped all through the show like an game Notice U bsieby given to all concerned that
breaks -Washington Star. !six months dat
up. aQer hereof I will present my I
built by W. I. Huffstetler. She is 35 bridge, near Jacksonville, to hold unending package of firecrackers. He He Stayed. final returusju*administrator of the estate cf I
will his doomed but Jonah! explained his sensations inside Check a cough or.cold in the lungs be- G.H. Kersejwtiate of Bradford county Florida,
feet long, 4 feet 6 inches beam and thought carter was
up a street car a few mghts ago, and the the deceaad, anC1 apply to the County Judge ofntr
I the next morning all tbe critics said whale. fore it develops a severe rase. BAL- Bradford cu Florida for final dlG.
draw about 28 inches of water. This is my *-
and children
passengers, mostly women "It was moving day, and I didn't feel LARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP is an charge.
not a very big hull, but to drive it there were badly frightened. The conductorand of"him unanimously: any more uncomfortable than at effective remedy for all soreness or con- M. KERSEY, .
'Mr. Tree's artistic! study of the Ati ilnbtrator of the Kstate! ot t,. H.
' has been installed a 75 horse power Buf- motorman, with help from two po- home," he cried. gestion in the lungs or air passages. Kersey deceased.
alo gasoline engine. This engine is lice blind Colonel Cballice was a revelation. the Price 25c, 50c and $1 per bottle. Sold by Spt.2.1910.NontJ.- i m
managed to scare the robbers away. Sadly be made his way to new t
Never before have the habits and Mitchell's Drug Store, Starke, Fla. -
guaranteed to drive the bull through the Who the men were and what their de. flat-Harper's Bazar.
I thoughts of the blind boon so carefully ; 01! Final Discharge. "
water twenty miles hour, though is His Revenge. i
per sgu was not known.
analyzed and so faithfully portrayed "Can Notice l
be is
depended upon" an expres- He And Is finaL hereby given to all concerned that
so answer
builder and owner expect her to make L. S. White, of Gleucoe, is one of the The entire study was perfect even sion we all like to hear, and when it is your six; months afcer date hereof I will preens mrTltlftl '
You will not be mine returns *i Executor of
? the
estate of WUMaster's -
around 25 miles per hour in good water. siccessful farmers and truck growers of down to the nervous twitching of the used in connection with Chamberlain'sColic liam Under Mate of Bradford ('ount,. Floi
She Never! But don't and
-Miami: News-Record. fingers and the anxious listening, as Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy it pray go Ida.deceased dap Florida the County Judge of
I Volnsia county and can probably makea means that it never fails to cure diar blow your brains out. Bradford co> aty, for my flnaldia-
loss made
though of all
sight bearing
Daytona's pet squirrels,which are pro better showing for a small piece of the more dear." rhoea, dysentery or bowel complaints.It He-It would be an idle attempt charge. w. H. USDERHILL, .

tected by a town ordinatce from being ground than any of his neighbors. Since is pleasant to.take and equally valuable People say if I had any brains I never xecntor of the Estate of William

killed, so that,they will afford pleasureand last fall from less than a half aero he for children and adults. Sold by should have proposed to you. June 17. 1910. dm Underhill,dt3eea d.
No Wonder He Was Disgusted.It all dealers.
amusement to the winter tourists, I gathered 2,000 quarts of strawberries, Yellow complexion, pimples and disfiguring
was on the Peary north
pole expedition -
are becoming so destructive and annoy ten bushels of corn and raised a crop of Bronx Park. blemishes on the face or bodycan Sale
J that an Eskimo came into There C62 of land In Bronx
are acres be gotten rid of by doctoring the
ing to all the residents who try to raise lettuce. The total receipts from this possession of a piece of wire. Never park, New York city. The old snuff liver, which is torpid. HERBINE is a virtue Notice of la \ T-by'decrewof given that under and by

fruit and nuts that there is a strong tendency I piece of ground was $530; an account of having seen wire before, be asked Professor mill of Pierre Lorillard) still stands powerful liver correct ant. It purifies tnteredAngd a fig 131,1913: by foreclosure the Judge of made the Circuit and-

toward repealing the ordinance every sale being )kept. All the produce D. B. McMillan! what it was there. The has remarkable the system, stimulates tbe vital organs Court o the 8th Judicial Circuit of Flor '
j park a
and ft Bradford
and making away with the little rascals. being sold in the local market. for. attraction In the form of a stone that and puts the body in fine, vigorous con !sitting m fiSror of Lucy county A. Emerson chancery,complainant

Peaches and other "White men string Jt on poles struck dition. Price oOc. Sold by Mitchell's ,and igain..Wm. H.Martin!,Jr.,Oeo.
persimmons, pecans rocks and Is known as the "rocking .
They now say that Wm B. Crawford, Drug Store, Starke, Fla. W.Major L. ? bhnttuck, Dlmtt'l.1..Atwood
nuts all are carried off in such quantitiesthat Into the ground, and; by talking Into stone." and Augusta; ammerkton.dPfendants the un
formerly editor of the Pensacola News, an Instrument at one end tbe voice can The Social Botanist. dersigned -rl 1 offer for sale bt-tore the court
the owner gets none at all, in addition house door t Starke. Florida, between the '
is to be Senator Broward's private secre- be heard on the other." he was told by Note minute should be lost when a Jones-He seems a very nice young legal noun 04 eon Monday r
to which it has been discovered that
tary. Being secretary seems to run in Professor Mc lmai:1.: The next morn- child shows symptoms of croup. Cham man. What's his profession? OCTOBER 3. 1910

they infest the bark of the oak trees I the family. distinguished father Ing somebody called .'0 Peary and the berlain's Cough Remedy given as soonas Brown-He's a social botanist. to the high and best bidder for cash,the
the child becomes hoarse, or even after followlagc"county bed lands situated In Bradford
with fleas. has been Secretary of the State of Florida other members of the expedition to the croupy cough appears, will pre- Jones-And what is that, pray? Fl
Fernandina thinks she has fine chancesfor I for many years, and his grandfatherdied come out and watch the Eskimo. He vent the,attack. Sold by all dealers. Brown-Oh. we Invite him especiallyto The e 4 oft se*ot the nev and the swy of
the se',of th e5 and the sej{ of the net'of
was sticking some forked poles Into give attention to our wallflowers
in the
a sponge industry, as several Greeks same service.-Tallahassee Forethought. the ne'i In s4fion 27, township 5 south range
the ground and hanging his piece of Illustrated Bits. 23 east.
looking True Democrat.
from Tarpon Springs are in the city Husband-You don't mean to say you J. E. FUTCH,
wire on top of them. He next held
over the situation. The men mak- With two-thirds of his skin burned off paid $250 for that gown? Wife-Oh, Take HERBINE for all disturbancesin Special Master In Chancery.mpi&inant. .
I one end of the wire to bis mouth and the bowels. It purifies the bowel A. V.Solicitor L i ing the investigation are confident of the and suffering agonies of pain, Charlie talked to It at the top of his voice. no! I left that for you to do. channels, promotes regular movements for( .

existence of the sponges, but the quantity Richardson, a negro boy about 15 yearsof Then be hurried to the other end and Swellings of the flesh caused by in- and makes you feel bright, vigorous and 1 i I tasters'

is yet to be determined. I age, is lying in a cot at the county held the wire to hIs ear expecting to flammation, cold, fractures of the bone,' cheerful. Price 50c. Sold by Mitchell's Sale.

Wednesday afternoon the body of a hospital about to die as the result of a hear his own 'words repeated. Whenhe toothache, neuralgia or rheumatism can I Drug Store, Starke, Fla. Notice la b> reby given that under and by .
I bit of failed to hear sound be lookedat be relieved by applying BALLARD'S I What Else Were They ForT virtue of afini decree foreclosure made and
play on Monday afternoon. Rich any
white woman was found floating in Sims' SNOW LINIMENT. It should be well entered Ann it 29, 1910, by the Judge of the
: ardson, who is employed at Ed his white friends In disgust-Chl- Stranger-I notice that this part of Circuit Court jf the 8th Judicial Circuit of
creek. Upon investigation she was recognized Carry'sbicycle rubbed in over the part affected. Its the country seems fairly teeming with Florida,In an for Bradford county, in chancery a

as Mrs. Phoney Booker, a conn shop on Ashley street, was carrying great healing and penetrating power horses. sitting I Ifavor of Adeline Silvey,W. A.Speer .
A. O. cHan,P.K.Rambo and W.
a torch in his hand when another Dead as a Doornail. eases the pain, reduces swelling and restores McCullough ;
ty charge. An 'inquest was held by Anne Arundellte-Yesslr. And when ttrtnen doing business: the
The phrase "dead as a. doornail"originated natural conditions. Price 25c, firm name audtrtyle of John Stl.eyk Co..complainants
boy him
Judge Marshall, a verdict of accidental I I over saturating In this way. In early days 50c and f 1 per bottle. Sold by Mitch i it comes to teamin' they ain't DOthln'much i an against N. D. Wainwright

drowning being returned. The body his clothing. The oil caught the when door knockers were common the ell's Drug Store, Starke, Fla. I better t' team with than horses. administrator,deceasei j Ldaka f the estate L.Scarborough.of H. M. Scarborough Joseph- M

had been in the water for a week and blaze from the torch and immediatelythe plate upon which the knocker struck -Baltimore American. ine Scarbor Sh, Janett Scarborough and
Amplitude.The Hardy M.Sea; vmragh,defendants the undersigned
boy's bodY; was wrapped in flame.
was in a bad state of decomposition.- was sometimes called a nail. In the tiresome talker had elaborated Don't Break Down. will ofttt:for sale before the court house '
I He ranscreamingabont| the street and door in Star.':f>- Florida, between the legal
Palatka Tunes-Herald. course ol years it was struck so often his point at great length. T Severe strains on the vital organs,like hours of sale rfe Monday,
before horrified people hurried to his aid
The thief that has for the past several that all life was supposed to be "There," he said: "that's the argument strains on machinery, cause break QOTOBZR 8, 1910
and tore hisclothing| he had been knocked out of It; therefore when it In a nutshell. downs. You can't overtax stomach, to the highest. end beet bidder for cash the
weeks been depleting many of Ocala'schicken burned from{ head to foot. He liver bowels without following & ed lands,situated in Bradford
was became necessary to refer to anything "I see, growled the bored listener: kidneys, or nerves county Florkfci to-wit:

yards, has been captured at last rushed tohishome and later to the hospital hopelessly lifeless it was merely an "In a cocoanut bhell."-Chicago Trib-- serious danger to yourself.. If you are AI of block f tin,consisting of ten lOUr aLso
be old weak or run-down under strain of lots two thre-j,its; and seven In
and he proved to an negro man that it or even.
where everything that could be emphatic expression to say was une. kind take Electric Bitters, the also lots one,trt if, three, four, five and six in
named Andrew Will ams, who only recently ,, done wasdone tofcrelieve his tortue but "as dead as e doornail."-Home Notes. any block,twelve.te ording to the map or plat of
matchless tonic medicine. Mrs. J. E.Van .
term for Your complexion as well as your temper Lincoln City arfiae- same appears on the pub-
=t completed serving a 'i reports from the hospital were to.the is rendered miserable by a disordered de Sande, of Kirkland, Ill., writes: lic records of fithdford county.Florida.

same offense, and who, in fact, has been effect that he; could hardly recover.- Snails Are Queer Creatures.The liver. By taking Chamberlain's Stom- "That I did not break down, while en- .Iff fl. Special Master D. E. KNIGHT In Chancery. t'; '

sent to the chain gang many times be I I Jacksonville Times-Union. snail Is found everywhere over ach and Liver Tablets you can improve during a most severe strain for three OQBUBN, 1XS|.ET ft SHELTON f

fore. He was caught early Sunday !i, 3,000 species being known. Some of both. Sold by all dealers. -_." months, is due wholly to Electric Bit and A.TJ :ONO.Plaintiffs'Att'ys. '

Tampa has added sixty-one automobiles the large tropical snails as bullmas, ters." Use them and enjoy health and +
new .
with a bag of killed chickens,
morning to of form nests of leaves their eggs beingas gdpasuwy; nojsog&PJOAX qonaieqi : strength. Satisfaction positively guar A Ijtei. ol Iron Rene. t

which he was selling to the negro restaurant tbejrapidly growing quota large as a pigeon's. The snail is extremely jo :mnn os u] puns ICSBU' aq; o; anteed. 50c, at all druggists. Indomitatra will and tremendous energy
machines the last three
during months.
keeper near the O. K. Teapot gro I skillful in mending Its shell StlJAVo up s.}uq.L -asanoo JQ aajsojasoo Plants and Water. are nfcfKr found where Stomach

cery. The thief was located through the'! The city now has 532, and enthusiasmin and some curious experiments may be Something similar to Intelligence Is Liver, Kidu fe and Bowels are out of

efforts of W. E. Gray, the well known the sport is growing. made with them. Thus I have seen a 8jq trj 100) sjq{ snd aq Svs qonao of exhibited by plants. If during the dry order. If yiSi.want these qualities and

barber. The arrest was made by Officers !I The people of Gainesville are rejoicing helix of a yellow species attached to 'tnnom Bjq 31 ?ooj *n sand trem u Etas season a bucket of water be placed the New success Life tUtty 2?}; bring the ,matchless use Dr. King's

Baisden and Moxley.-Ocala BannerS '.I over the fact that'the actual work of extending another sheO-of a reddish hue by cut em, eJ QAUt ;,aSl mraj-aaixvg near a growing pumpkin or melon for LW&s.brain and strong bodr.regulators ; t

: the Tampa & Jacksonville railway ting oft the top whirl of the latter, U.ldx3! I vines In the course of a few days the 25c, at all drtjggista. ,
The new storage bin, which has been when the snail will weld ,
i proceed to vine will turn from Its course and get
ry under construction for the Seaboard AirLine has begun, and while the preliminary the two shells together and occupy It Saved His Leo. at least one nf its leave in the water.Don't'waste ..TAP 3 91*jaqio din POT ITq&

in Fernandina for several months, i! work is not extensive, it makes it both using the addition as a door and "All thought I'd lose my leg," writesJ. Snot amoq- ;' .Jatnom &m ptre .Iatnvs

is completed and the machinery is now i i evident that money sufficient to extend possibly wondering at this sudden extension A. Swensen, of Watertown, Wis. your money buying plasters &m .Iii e]Itr3I'aes noS'faAt? ,

Mr. Elms of the line can be had. It is believed that of its bou e. In tbe winter "Ten years of eczema' that 15 doctors when you can get a bottle of Cham :asuapp' PIUS! oq LI1uuLd 'sjunijSUOULZOUS \
in berlain's Liniment for A
being placed position by 25 cents. pieceof
could had last laid
not cure, at me up. atp &q 'Au-\v:
not xnonthsEwill before the some of the snails hibernate or lie dor- paqJ swan 8uplnd"3da
many pass flannel dampened with this linimentis
the R. W. Hunt Co., of West Brighton, Then Bncklen's Arnica Salve cured it, ]
line for known mant until warm weather. A snail of to for lame back 1 8q 3nQ! 'araddu IN "
N. Y. and this work will also be completed years as the Gainesville sound and well." Infallible for Skin superior any plaster t
1 the Philippine Islands has a faculty ofthrowing pains in the side and chest, and much 3noq avm q.Lt
few weeks. The bin is the i & Gulf, will connect Florida's two larg Eruptions, Eczema, Salt Rheum, Boils,
in a est cities. off Its tall when seized. This Fever Sores, Burns, Scalds, Cute and cheaper. Sold by all dealers. :-t::'P'oI.'tulS1ABOARD!

only one of its kind in the state and has is also true of a West Indian variety Piles. 25c, at all druggists.

t a capacity of 4,000 tons. The advanta II While pumping:',gasoline from a small stenophus.-London Telegraph.A ;! Women In Love.
"Women In love are generally troublesome
ges accruing to the shipping of the city I tank on his place at Orange Glade Thurs Egyptian Maxims.An "
and persecuting. Such is the
by the bin are many, the principle feature day afternoon, Raymond Waldin was Brougham Pun. Egyptian papyrus which dates Airlj ne
reported opinion of M. Emlle FaguetAnd Railway.
back to about 4000 B. C. has the following -
being that it permits the rapid unloading : very painfully, but not fatally burned John Brougham was celebrated for "Calumnies should If a French critic does not understand .

of freight cars brpnght in for by the tank exploding and momentarily his ready wit. and a story Is told of Injunctions repeated.:, the subject, of whom shall ARRIVAL AN DEPARTURB OP TRAINS.r

which ships have not yet arrived. enveloping him in flames. Mrs. Waldin him and Pat Hearne, who was the never be "Guard thy speech we seek understanding?-London Tel- tare NOT. 1. 1909.
before all for man's
I things, a ruin lies
Canfield of his Ilearne
day. was a
who was standing near by, was also egraph.
in his The wise of the 1
Tampa, Sept. 15.-J. F. Easterling, big man and addicted to flashy waist- tongue. men No. 43, southbound 11.01
burned. at a. m.
painfully They were once
learned ::
early good
book-keeper for Bnstillo Bros. & Diaz, ( coats. In one of hla parts Brougham race sense. No. 55 -1 4.24 p. m. .
brought to Miami and taken to the F.
"' !
was shot and probably fatally injured made up to resemble $earne and worea When you have an achey, stretchy No. 81 r1 11.08' p. m.

yesterday afternoon just after he stepped I E. O. railway hospital. particularly loud and gaudy waistcoat feeling and you are dull, tired and discouraged No. 66, north.?T Ulld 4.56 p. m.

from a street car in front of the factory I John Juhan, our popular druggist, Hearne's friends persuaded him it is a sign of approaching ma- No.No. 54 84 "'4 9.12 a. m.
laria or chills. You should act quicklyto 5.02 a. m. ;
to to see the play, anticipating DAVIS
on Francis avenue, West Tampa. was quite suprised Tuesday morning considerable go his ward off an attack. HERBINE offers .. ;
at expewe. -
There was a large crowd of Italians and when he opened his store door. He you the help you need. It destroysthe WAc {EJ: Aces.
As out of
Cuban cigarmakers across the street heard a noise whichsounded like an alligator were coming malarial germ, drives out all impurities No. 181 leave Starke 6.00 a. m.
the theater be was asked what bethought FOR
from the midst of the crowd came the re and thinking the boys had put an of Brougham's performance."Not and and cheerful.makes you Price feel 50c.bright Sold vigorous by No. 184 arriyek; 4.20 p. m. '

port of a revolver and Easterling fell I alligator in hisstore to scare him, step- a bit like me. Why, I wouldn'town Mitchell's Drug Store, Starke, Fla.A Nos. M and
VS between
i :ea JacKsomllto and
with a bullet in his!body. Several weeks ped about cautiously, still hearing the such a waistcoat" Brougham, Cedar Keys, NsonvIlteand <3.81,66 and 84 between Jack-

ago, at the beginning of the strike, whena noise. Hejthen{ thought of the alligatoreggs bearing this, said, "I see; he wouldn't Real Sport. LURANGE Starke and Want Tao' No.. 131 and IM between
Pensive Maiden won't marry any ;**
committee from the union went'to Bns given him two weeks ago, and looking acknowledge the Pat Hearn -ity: (paternity .j t
one but an aeronaut Black is so becoming : r'4
tillo Bros. &Diaz' factory to call out the in the boxwhere he laid them, he )." -"Recollections of Lester to Simpliclssimus. S.C. T. J. OHIFFTX Agent.
BOYLSTOJT, A. O. P. A.. JacUoavQl '
men, Easterling went to the front steps discovered a tiny alligator which had --

and fired a couplejof shots from a revolver just broken the *shell, while the other i .. !j! i

x over the heods of the assemblage.It two eggs were producing two more of 0 t:

is believed he has been a marked man the reptiles.-Crystal River News. .

; ,
ever since. The Ocala Star boasts of a bachelor in t-
'' One of the largest raids on gamblersever Marion county who, with his own hands, f'BOVE

made in the history of the sheriff's put up quite a quantity of canned goods, EVERYTHING EVERYTHING t(.

office of Hillsborough county was madein preserves and jellies this summer, and r

Plant City Monday night. The raid challenges any other bachelor in the .

was remarkable for the few officers that state to make as good a showing.The it" I

did the work and the numbers against I
Florida Citrus Exchange:; has
whom they had to contend, but they
brought suit against the railroads for
handled the job with apparent ease and ,
$30,000 for damages to fruit allowed to c.

no serious trouble is reported. Thirty. freeze while en route to the markets.
five arrests is the "crop" six of whom ,,
The claim department of the Exchangehas
bond. Two of the arrests in
nave given
patiently tried to get a settlement

.; the same house were made for adultery without sueing, but seemingly the railroads -BLENDED GOODS 4r.n BOTTLED IN BOND4SU BTJQK WHISKIES

_ and one for vagrancy; the balance were have no intentionof settling until Exprejt Prepaid MaryhndClHb-......... S.A; 13.5/ tprtts Paid

followers of the green baize.A Me Vernoo, ........... 4.W 14.C9samlMMAcCA .}&: .. :
compelled to do so. Le WII.QW Harper
S1.S0.I.1.< Q.33.50.$4.00..50. r
carrier pigeon was picked up at sea illustratesthe 4S "M.le UBontaa Clarks s Pan Rye..45:002.00
Possibly nothing more fully Cascade T )
EcboSpnnp : erinase Four Rose............. 7.. 18.5 J5.00. SO. 6.00 per CUo :
by the schooner Carrie W. B beoa, Cap of Florida's prosperity than Soaay Brook....... 5.00 15.00 -
17 while the progress Wiboa Marry Hill dub Three Featben........ .7.. OM .__ BULK ORB WHISKEY
August WOO 12.00
tain Marshall, on .
the fact that arrangements are now completed WJlTAJrRYAI '
? vessel in question was outward bound for a daily line of steamers, Sundays Any o/ibt Above Brandt 4*<* Gooeaheim .. ...5.0O ,12.00Mdwood. tea PreoI'
5. ..LJoMTCQOCMM '>. : S15I.11. 13M per Csjloft.sccunl
from Tampa for Belize British Honda exceptedibetweenJacksonville( : and 4Si.i5.tt I ''' =lien Old Ilaem.i /0 *1LM .... .. :::.. 5.00 12.00 '. .tag to aft. -

1 rasa The pigeon w** brought to this New York. That|the well known Clyde Efnu Prepaid4SL Black tod Bfoe .. IM '.. BlIIID' Mo.ogsta... 4.0O 12.00Moocrief I e' e

L!: port and Captain Marshall is holding it line has securedJCaJ:: business between .., Harveft Corn.:::..::: 151 1150Laurel Spring. ..... 4.00 11.00dark's k

:: for identification by its proper owners. that makes such an additionto -11'".-- volley..35/ We' 14610 all IsportadWines ,
these points .e. Soar Mash.. 4.0O 10,50 '
Checker Bo&rd.......... 3.J5: 9.M
The Carrie W. Babson was at a point their sailings possible, speakes strong. Blum's Moaogna.... $C.. SUCI *rJ4 Liquors. dale for I

come sixty-eight miles west of Tortngas ly of increased prosperity for Jackson Sheriden dub:.......... i.75 alp AU the Above Goods are Delivered Express ,Paid Price1' !i t'

t and 1S3 miles northwest, half west, of ville and all Florida.A *

the winged carrier
Havana, Cuba, when celery patch recenty told i LONG TANG PHONE too- !'
the Bab oQ'.deck ten acre s hfj. : r e ,. :

evidently flattered exhausted down on from iU flight. near St. Cloud for 10,000.. S17-S West -. TRff' 'fTT/f & COMPANY. J cisb1viUe! i

k The bird had: a Ver'hand about its leg A new lumber company haa been organized a Bay Street D.l1LlY.I.. ; Florida oa ,.f
with c cVt
on W'htcliru'at mped the letters "Nu- in Jacksonville a capital ,

stock of 100000.
Times. .
bpborn, 424. -Tampa / J101 -





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t f re JPUBUSHBD Eva FRIDAY ATm eloquently The editor for of local the Jasper option News and argues seem- .:.....eo" ,'".............., ,,,r""............J SEAT IN CONES THE BEST SCHOOL IS a FOR YOUR CHILDREN at

qrARKE, BRADFORD COUNTY.Fl.' ingly'' would leave the impression that: 'I THINGS HAVE CI ANGED. I p
49 Profsssors and Instructors College of Liberal Art .
M. J .:..0. B.S. MATTHEWS PabHiher. an4 Propr.- he is a supporter of prohibition under At one time many people thought thata .. 17 University Buildings College of Law *- ,. vr

the county option system. We fear farm was fit only for the stupidest boy Nomination of Caleb PowersIn 28 Acre Campus i College of Technology,, 0

; that Editor Oaldwell is not unlike most in a family. All the bright boys were 581 Students Last Year College of Business h<::
Endowment .
1' -- 1j_ On Year......................................l.CO other "local optionists"-that he i, in supposed! to have too good a business or, Kentucky DistrictRECEIVED $250,000.00 15,000 Volumes In Libraty.. Normal Preparatory and Model Academy Schov cc

BIxMonthThreeMonms.................................. .I>': fa"t, not in favor of any measure restricting professional head to be wasted in farm- 10000.00 Pipe Organ ; Schoolof Mechanic'An** m

................................ .2 : the liquor traffic, whether ing, and they were sent to Ithe city to i 10 Large Laboratories Scl e ScHool of Music 8fttc

county option or state: option. What become, many of them, indifferent business MAJORITY I: Unsurpassed General Equlpm et School of Fine Arts

.{ 1 Entered In tbe Po carat Stark. Fla., a- leads us to this conclusion< is that Edi and Now it ia 7,000 Separate dorndtoric for young men sad young y'emen.. Careful administration and thorough i H
Ae...ond-cteaF Matter. men lawyers. recognized Christian and not lectarian teaching. For catalozs orf etrt, for information or for room ttunui, .
t ( tor Caldwell is now fighting state wide that the old idea of liappy-go- I JOHN B. STETSON VNI\; RSITY, DeLAND FLORIDA.;? fi

Starke, FlaM Sept. 23, 1910. prohibition, while, if our memory does lucky, or rule of thumb farming, is Pardoned for Alleged Complicity In fc

: not play us false, he published in his wrong and that anyone who follows it the Famous Goebel Murder, He Defeats tl

I.1t ( piper some five to seven; years ago; at will invariably be at the tail end of the Edwards for Seat In the National ; Job Printing Neatly DonlOANED w
least one editorial.advocating: the returnof procession.! In truth, it requires brainsto House of Representative fab
open saloims Jasper. The editorial run a farm, but the man who has -- bfi
.,f Good Brother Caldwell of the Jasper late that had suffered Pleading for votes on account of:
went on to rt : them and who has the disposition wins fia

a' News, keens::; up his efforts to render the a large business< loss from the oat iud is the most iudepeudentjmau! in what he called his eight years or -
; prohibition:: amendment unpopular ly closing of the saloons and held up Valdosta existence, and. he ought to b, the most martyrdom" in jail In connection I MONEY ,7 fit

: t criticisins the Anti-saloon League. Oar Ga., a. growing town, as shining 'ontentf'd.-Gaines'\"ille Sun I with the Gcrebel: assassination, Caleb ,

'"I good brother tells! us that tim League is example of what saloons would do for a I' Powers, former secretary of state, >

; e nothing:; but a foreign corporation that town. In fact, Brother Caldwell was as BETTER OFF WITHOrT THE:S.YLOOX. has: defeated Congressman Don C. Ed- ONREAIIJ ESTATE j o
: has designs on the control of Florida I 1
of saloons for for a
eloqatnt then in advocacy Local option is a good thing
.'"' !i ro'itic3. Ho lays special stress on the I ar g
"local today. state-wide is
Jasper as he is for option" county, but prohibition
F t, f act that there are in Florida a few rerre becoming LONG TIME i F EASY PAYMENTS d
: Potting the two together, we are immensely better for the state and for I I II

"r 1 sentatives of the"r National Anti-Saloon much afraid that the veteran all her people. Every state in the nnion I I I For Information Write 0

,i:. League and denounces these men as conscienceless Jasper editor occupies the position taken which has tried statewide prohibition I
emissaries etc. etc. It is tree THE JACKSON LOAN>!& TRUST COMPANY 0
j.a him
without the
1 f by the Starke wag who expresses is immensely better off sa

;:.,' r that the National Anti-Saloon League self as being in favor of more whiskeyand loon. The people are happier, there is of Jackson,|Mississippi. t

rt r.. has a staff of organizers in Florida, but bigger bottles. less crime, better times and all banks t 9-1841 E

-;-\ ;, there is not enough of them to hold all ---- show larger deposits.-DeLand Record. : -4 s5'AOy 1 f a

;. } the offices and we do not believe the CONVINCING fIGURES. r
large number of nigh standing citizens ADVERTISING PAYS. .4 I
4 ,! the consumption of r
Figures covering t
I 'i t : who known hare joined the Florida in the organization Anti-Saloon intoxicants in New York City alone are St. Petersburg is the only place in The Telegraph JOB 1

as who reads Florida, the population of which has PRINTERYJ!
convince one
sufficient to
had hidden motive for doing
J League any been announced thus far. It shows a .
them that there is need for restrictingthe f
list of the officers
have before
1 so. We of the organization us a and it containsthe whiskey traffic of the country. An gain of 160 per cent., the largest percentage r Is equipped to do your Job Printing satisfactorily!

of increase of place in the
any r .
the following fig ;
# t names: of good men in all walks of exchange c
[ United States so far as the 1910 census r '"

p, 's life. A great many of them, if not all, ures: returns have been reported. This is a (
New York spends $363,000,000 a year, d NOTICE. E
; are gentlemen of such high standing
: $1,000,000 a day for drinks. It equals splendid showing for St. Petersburg and .

j f. t their respective communaties that it nearly four times the annual output of will be a grand advertisement for it. ,

would be altogether unnecessary for gold, $100,000,000. It is six times the And it be observed in passing that i:: .oj 1
$60,000,000.It may The Town Council of Starke a* a Board of met for the purpose of equaI1m'f
them to adopt sort of subterfuge if annual
any is more than half the total assets of St. Petersburg probably has expendedmore the assessment!: rolls as urovided by Ordinance 5T
they -wanted to hold office. They could all the building and loan associations of money in advertising than any ed the valuation on the following property, to-witf 1

:' t go straight to the point with their the country, $300,000,000. The city's other Florida community of anythinglike CALEB POWERS.

r friends and neighbors and stand a reasonable drink money would pay twice the salaries size. Lakeland News. __ From. To t
the same .
wards for the .
.q. show, at least, of getting what of all the public school teachers in for republican nomination L H Aust'n_______________ ll bounded e by San Amon! st, n by n line of swig.s by -

\ they wanted. Indeed, Brother Caldwell, the United States. There is one saloon PROPOSITION'- representative from the leventn Kite---__u___-u__..__-------_________--_--__--________ $350 flop
for every-thirty families. I JfXOT A GOOD--BUSINESS congressional dlstiiet of Kentucky In H Austin-________-___---- a lot of land 358 ft on n side, !848 ft on s side, 177 ft on wend
: a scanning of the list reveals the names I 89 ft on e end bovTided between
_. -- is of w sees 23:
John Allen of
: Mississippi, opin- a primary election by 7,000 majority. and29 Fuller
, B by n by land of .e by Christian_ 500 S '
of several gentlemen who have already If it is an abridgment of the right of ion that a young man should not go into At the headquarters of Congressman H Austin --________--.--- 43 i acres,also a lot of lam commencing at 8W' cor of nYt of '
, been honored with political preferment local self-government for a majority of IIW1J of nw i thence u\JriO ft. e SOB f t; to land of White, s
politics if he can make a living in' Edwards In London, Ky., It is 380ft, w 508sft to begtntfng, in sec 28._____________________ 250 3O
; by their people. For your edification the people of all the counties of the stateto 'i conceded that Powers has ail ; rsonaL73 1i
other Governor Bloxham of carried i1 )
any way. _____________ lot of land '
; .I A L Alvarez a known as th. Hoyt estate in sw, of nw {
i and for the edification of others the list say that there shall be no open saloons Florida, once remarked to the writer but four erf the nineteen counties of sec 28, bounded e by'"anderson st, n by land of Green

i ..' is hereto appended: in any of the counties of the state, which comprise the district EJ- and Hollingsworth and;Hemingway,w by Broadway st. -
that politics was the poorest business a 3 acres more or less :, __. _______________________--___ llX > 1250
President, A. D. Stevens,Jacksonville; is it not also an abridgment of the same could in. John Allen and wards carried only'Laurel, Bull, Pu- personal. 228 253,1
man engage ________ lots 6. 8 blk 2i _____ .
J W Alvarez.-- ____ 100
R. V. labki -u -- -- -------- 2STI
Vice-President Atkisson ----
1st D. the composedof : and Perry --- -- ----
i I' right for state legislature, Governor Bloxham have had much experience ; counties. personaL.. 150 200.

D., Live Oak; 2nd Vice President, The*. representatives from all the counties. in politics and:their opinions I Congressman Edwards Is servlnir R 0 Allen ____00__________ blk 21 in Starke_--__----__. _____-___ __________ --- -____ 2500 3500 '

: .. P. Hay, D. D., Gainesville; 3rd Vice- to say that there shall not be race track should count for much.-Apalachicola his third term. Powers, who defeated C R Alvarez ____________00 blk 1 of Alvarez adn to fetarkeSLAlvanz _____--_______-personal500_-___________ 1200 1300!SCO! .
President Dr A. L. Izlar Ocala in him for rencrmlnation, made his race uu-u- lots 1, 2, 3I.. 0). 6. 7.8 blk $.except therefrom 10 ft off a
; Super gambling and prize fighting any of Times. side of lots 7,8. Jones' *dn _______-_______________________ 400 600
.. intendent, C. L. Collins, Jacksonville; the counties? The doctrine of local upon an appeal to the voters of the personal 160 sso-:

; district! to give him the nomination .T M Alvarez __ ______n___ pt'rsonal.0______ .--u._-_____________________________ Si50 4oou
Treasurer, E. O. Painter, Jacksonville; self-government was never intended to THE :MOST DANGEROUS TEMPTATION. K,,t .1 G Alvarez_...__.___ e3 2 0110t.45.1 blk 1.Jt? _.______________ .__________u__. 3000 .tOO) '.
Secretary Rev. J. H. Richardson Lake in maintaining as a "vindication" of his alleged complicity Est J G Alvarez._._______ 4 acre in nw'iof swli 01 me 2S _______"I".___n______-____ 8000 4000
protect one community Andrew Carnegie, one of the world's I In the assassination of Demo- Est J G Alvarez__________ S, screw land in set i of t-"... and 1 acre In neff! of seji______ 500 4 an) .
'I Helen. institutions that were detrimental to II Est J G Alvarez--____---- M of eM of lot 6,8 blk W._...._____....____________________ 1500 2.DA
i'. most successful business men, says: cratic Governor William Goebel IT Et.TG Alvarez -------00 lots 1,2. 3. 4, 9.10,11,12 bllf 3,Alvarez's adn__.________ 250 I gp
Headquarters Committee-A. D. Stevens other communities. "Yen are more likely to fail inour 1900. Est J G Alvarez________? lot 5 blk 9 in Starke______:_____________---____ ------------ 100
I E. O. Painter W. K. Bartleson i 1 personal == 340 =
W. ----- business career from acquiring the habit I Powers who was secretary of state Albert Bronk>-__________ sw'i of se'/ of neap of!' ( _______?______________u-_-__ 700 1M
1 C. Warrington, O. W. Kinne, 0.M. Those engaged in the independent at the time of the Albert Bronke____--._._.- lots 1,2,1, 4,5.6,7 blk 43 J T &Co's adn___________ 200 2W ,
of drinking liquor than from allj:other j. assassination, was personal_ 100 135
: Griffing. movement to defeat John High, one of temptations likely to assail you." And confined In jail during eight; years his W G Brooks ___---________ lot 10 blk 11 of Tem le's*---------- -- :300 400' ",

4 Board of Trustees-A. P. Anthony, the democratic nominees for representative first three trials resulting In conviction _______ __ > personaL__ 1200 1000 \
anybody with an ounce of common sense I Mrs Lalla Chace 2 lots in Cooksev's adn n by Call st. a by Madison '
t' West Palm Beach; W. K. Eartlesou, from Hamilton county, claim in extenuation and the fourth In a dl itn-eemenL st, w br E L \ ,e by Hollingsworth,83 ft e
J and opportunity for observation knows and w,210 ft n ant a___._*--- ------__________..___ lip :20CO: '
Jacksonville; W. H. Baker, Jacksonville of their infidelity to the demo that this is true.-Madison EcterpnseRccorder. I Last year Governor Wilson swepf .T Clemons est .___mmu 1 lot bounded a by Began *t w by Bay n by land of
r, J. T. Boone, Jacksonville E. D. I cratic that Mr. is not dem the court records clear of all of tile Hoyt est, e by land of L,S ;ustin and J HCM eat._. 50 75HO
; High a
-, ; party F E Canova_____________.. w% of lots 2, 4,6,8 blk 19.1_______u__________________ 6000 (
Beggs, Pensacola; O. M. Covington, Pen. ocrat. This question was-settled when asps remaining untried in connection FECanova_-.-___________ lots 4,5, 8,1 blk 1 of Matti< ws' adn.n_________________-_ 3000 4000
C P Casoii _____ ______ personal ______ .
rUh the Goebel nn ------------ ---- ------ ------ 1250 1730;
-- -- ----
sacola; C. A. Carson, Kissimmee; W. H. the democratic executive committee of CAN'T BEAT FLORIDA. by granting Mrs Maud CreweIota 1, 2,3, 4, 3. 6 blk 6__ >___-n u___________ -_____ JOOO 1200 .t
Coleman Ocala W. D. Cam. Ocala O. Mr. S pardons to Powers and several others. J J Chaplin___________ personal .. t.J 90 115
to -
; ; Hamilton county permitted High ---------- -- --- ----- ------------ --
J F Canova_______________ personal n.u\-u----u___ 215 425
There be few
V. Calhoun,bnanna; Joshua C. Chase, enter the democratic primary. Mr. may a sections of the A. M Darby_______________ lots 5,1 and % of Iota 6.&lk 19 -------______________ 1500 2000

;, Jacksonville; S. W. Carpenter, Tampa; High is the nominee of the democratic United States where there are acres T J Dekle_________________ lots 2,4 blk 85 of Johns' a
C. W. Dake, Tampa; M. Dixon, Tampa; party of Hamilton county and as such more productive than the soils of Florida I CENSUS OF CITIES. t : personal___ 875 sro
; but these Wm Edwards ___00_..___- begin at nw cor of Madira jtnd Bay strta and run n 106
J. E. Fultz, Ft. Pierce; U. W. Gavin, should have the support of the party. usually are one crop countries I ft,thence w 230 .t to Broadway st, thence s along said

Pensacola S. J. Hilburn Palatka W. and they have their drawbacks like Chicago Ranks as fourth City In the at 105 ft,thence e 302 fttwlwginning, in nw{ awl of
; ; section 28 _4-4__ _._-o .. ....
--- -- ----- ----- ----- 1000 1700
.,. A. Hobson, Jacksonville; Thos. P. Hay, If prohibition of the liquor traffic is the Mississippi bottoms with their always World in Population. Wm dwards ------______ lots 15. 16 blk 2 of Dowlina;afcdn ----_ 200 250

Gainesville; W. H. Hall, Bartow; M. F. good for a county, it will be good for certain floods, the Pan Handle of The population of Chicago is 2,155.- R 0 Gnann ___________0000 lots 1. 2, 3 blk:27 of L. T & fclfJ adn----------------------------------P r9 L=_ 400 145 525 500

Hetherington Lakeland Geo. L. Hans- the state. Don't allow yourself caughton Texas with its recuring drouths, or the ItS, an increase of 4SGJOS, or 28.7 T.T Griffin_______--mnU lots I, 2 blk 8 A o'Temples Ldn_____________________n__ 1000 1500
; N B Hull-.__--_--_________ lots 9,10,11,12,13,14, la, IS j>er map of Starke _______ 2000 2200!
: comb, Jacksonville; Lincoln Halle//, De- the specious argument of the whiskey domain of the west with its scourges of ltet C8tlt.. as compared with 1,695,5 F C HolHngsworth. personal--------_._ _.----______________'____ 55 '75
people who are now pleading so eloquently fire or insects. In these sections it's a in 1900. N B Hull. lots 1,2, 13 14 blk W of L, T Co's adn_______-____-__ :500 BOp r
Land J. P. Hilburn Sutherland
A. L.
; ; N B H..IL-----n- 1 lot of land beginning at n cor of Baptist parsonage >raton
Izlar Ocala J. L. Jones. Arcadia Irving for "local option." The issueis feast one year and a famine the next. This leaves Chicago ranking in population Walnut st, and run n 1l- ft, e 210 ft, s 105 ft.w 210 ft
I r ; ; to place beginning,..___ _____
as second City of the United -4---00-------- 1000 1300
' Keck, Bowling Green; W. L. Lampkin clear cut-saloons or no saloons in Today the people are enjoying luxuries, a personal4000 4445

I Florida. If you vote against the amend- tomorrow they are bordering on Spates and the fourth of the world. Hoover Bns_._ personal ____________.._______j____...____..............:: 400 500
Jacksonville Thos. M. Liscombe pauperism
; The population of New Orleans T eo Hoffman----. personal -.-----* j_._ 1000 1175 -
Jacksonville J. H. McLaurin Jackson. ment, you are voting for the saloons. and worst of all the hand of man is J H Jones -_-_-... 4 acres of land bounded e by land of Alvarez cut,n by land
; 1J ,07li, an increase of 51,971. or 18.1 of Gasklns.s by ry:: w by sfc }in sej of seJi of see 29______ 200 900 '
ville; Don C. McMnllen, Tampa; J. H. That is the long and the short of the has no power to stay or drive back the Ver cent., as compared with 287,104in S ; personal190 310
proposition. calamity he is absolutely certain will J M Johns .___ lot 6, 8 blk 15 less 40 ft on W' side and 8 ft on u end in
\ :Martin, St. Augustine; J. J. McCaskill, 1900. Johns' adnh-h. -.------------________ 2000 3000
DeFuni&k Springs A. H. McInnis come sooner or later, and the very best While New Orleans' J M Johns lots 6, 8 blk 381n Johns': adn. ____'______________ SO 100
; KeyWest Hugh Sparkman has sold the Perry growth during J M Johns _____._________ lots 1,2, 8, oj, 5. 6. 8 blk 9)InJ. his' adn -.---_____.-_____ :soo 700
; Edwin Nelson, Miami; Geo. F. he can do is to work and hope that the the past decade was only slightly be- JM Johns ________.._____ lots 6, 8,7,8 blk 37 .n Johns' a '01 .---------__ ______________ 100 200
Herald to W. E. Inman and is now coming of the certain ill be delayed low her J M Johns .________000000_ 15 acres in seAi of sw ;.inchix 'ng blks S8, S8> ,89,40.41. 44,
Paddison, Eau Gallie; J. W. Penning- looking for a new location. Sparkmanis may percentage of increase of the 45, 46, 47,48, -9, 50, 31 and ot*"r fractions,in sec 28,Johns

; ton, Jasper; E. O. Painter Jacksonville; I one of the brightest until he has gained a sufficient compe- previous decade the Crescent City, addition ---------00------------------------. __ 1500 2450 t

J. U. Praitt, Tallahassee; J. M. Rivers, young newspapermen tence to get away from or pass conveniently through the mare rapid growth of Johns Furniture Co____-- personal---------------i----_________personaL4IC__________ 1295 1505 510
in Florida and the community that through the frownings of Provi- other cities in the 100.000 class loses A 0 Jenkins_____________ lots 1,2,3, 4 :37, lots ? 2. oj blk S8, L.T & Co's
Gainesville; J. H. Richardson, Lake lands him may count itself fortunate.Mr. its position of twelfth In the list of snbdirn.__.________-------... -.-._______.__________________ L"O' 300
dence. __
Helen John S. Robinson personal 13 50
; ; Inman, the new editor of the Her the country's biggest cities and now J F Kickliter _____________ lot 2 blk E in Jones' adn_--___'._..______________ ..-__ 700 8U
,J A. D. Stevens Jacksonville In Florida the conditions are vastly ',
; personal
1775 2250
I' a -<" ald, is an old hand at the business and different, and while there are set.backs cupies fifteenth position. Detroit, T Knight est ___________ lots, 3, 4,5 blk 4___________.*-.------- -__--------------- 2500 3750
Smith, St. Petersburg; A. E. Sawyer, will keep the paper up to a high stand. with a 68 per cent increase; Mllwaafcte Mrs J W Kllllan_______.1 lot In sec28 bounded n bylAJjd of O J Griffin, e by S A
are almost invariably of a minor L Hett'e M Johnson Walnut st_.__ .. _
Jacksonville; E. O. Stuart, Bartow; W. they ry.:: a by jw by ---- 500 600
"" ard. with 31 per cent.,, and Newar. E L Lh1ng'tonu acres in of :{ of see 2a .. 2500 3000
,t G. Tilghman, Palatka; E. W. Thorpe, --- character, and with the single exceptionof Ii'J| ,. with 41.2 per cent., all have E L Lfring.stonlotsll. 12, 13, land free lot \ooksey 8 adn. bounded n
the freeze have reached by Call st, w by Young or Bay st, B by Madison st a by
big never
The Savannah
News takes
DeFuniak Springs; T. J. Watkins, Or notice and dumped ahead of New Orleans in the land of Lalla Cha e_l..t-_ J800 25003UO
-- ------------------
l&lldoJohn; F. Wideman DeLand. says: "Florida is growing so fast that anything approaching a calamity. Florida camber of inhabitants, and now occupy 1-i : personal_ 100 :
A V Long_ 1 lot of land 210 ft e and w, Ii>It n and s, including lot 1
\ We believe! that Mr. Collins, the superintendent the map makers are finding difficulty in is anything but a one crop stateinfact twelfth, thirteenth and fourteenth blk 4.____.-_______--_._.!..________ ____________ 1800 2000
two and three be raised. positions A V Long. Iota 5,$, 7,8 blk 3 in Alvarez ;
is the only "furener" in i keeping up with the state's progress.So crops can respectively.A i f ----------personal---_.__ 200 750 250 975

: the list. The others are full-fledged many towns have sprung up recentlythat on the same piece of ground in one year i T N LMbaugh lots 1. 3blk 22. -! -------------?. 1SOOOr 1300ow
I C Livingston &; Co. all of lots 6.8 blk 20 except NfoJ; ; .4 ft in nw cor.__ woo ?
citizens of the state and so far as our information maps as much as five years old are because the growing season is twelve GHASTLY DISCOVERY. '-. personal_ 1900 -!oo

extends are mighty good ones, already almost obsolete, and it seems months long. The few drawbacks, suchas Mrs Clara Lane personal-.'- -y1000 '
1 ; G C Livingstonpersonal _
-- -- 3-5 4-W
at that. that new issues will shortly be neces- occasional drouths and excessivelywet Bodies of Two Men Found Livingston Truby & Co. lots 3, 4, 5, 8.:7,i 8, Ii.i1 2-Jk; -tiu------n---n.-u-------: 400 500
.. I be Wedged on Livingston, Truby&; Co lot 4. 5, 8, 8, 9,10, 11 blk U'J ; 400 423-
: ) sary. spells can very readily handled Pilot of Engine. Livingston,Truby &Co all of blk 19 In L, T &Co'a ad>$J;_.____ 400 420
The; lateUnited States Senator Car- BO that no disastrous results may follow, Livingston. Truby & Co. all of blk 20 in L,T *; Co's adJt_ ;._____________-____; go 210
'in of the abolition of the Tightly wedged in the pilot of a Livingston,Truby &Co Iota I,2ft.. 4,5.6.7 blk 23ln L, I mack, speaking If the prohibition constitutional and the same is true of late and early Royal Blue Livingston, Truby &Co_ all of 00 In L. T &Co's __-___.____.____. 200 210
I saloon, once said: "The absurd contention amendment is ratified at the November frosts. To provide against these drawbacks express train on the Baltimore I Livingston, Truby &; Co_ bike 9,10,11 in L. T &; Co's S11 'n.._. -------_______ 120 110
.. : and Ohio railroad, the bodUa F A foore__.__.__________ personal--
is! often made that the abolition of election there will thereafter be no saloon of course cost something, and require cf two .1 JCManning________---_ personal---------i----n----; .-________ 450 550
m"n, badly mangled and supposed Jan Mack_ ___ __ __ ,i\ { Co'a subdivn .______ !900
would affect -- -- -- 450
1.-. the saloon injuriously the anywhere in the state. If it is not intelligence, bnt there is a fine to be those af,WIMleid D. Cni- C X Phillips ____ m______ wYt of Iou 1,2 bIk 2 iD Wynn4 i ._____..________ 400 !500
prosperity of a community. There is ratified the counties will be left of for the : pe naLro 100 *.
just as margin profit man who will hn and Jesse Cullln. lltl
r of Becamp, CFPace____- ---____---- lots 1,3blk19.--_.__4'- -_____00____*mmm__ 6800 9000
some arguments so repugnant to reason they are-those that are "dry" will remain use his brain and invest his money. were found when the train arrived in L C Powell--_-- H acre of land in ne co-of s' o"ne} of sec 28_________ :300 500
L C Powell____--.1 acre of land on w side of eWf eWofae of
% of
need the refutation ne% eecL
: that they dojnot of and those that
BO are "wet" will There are many who believe that the Philadelphia .

: experience. Wealth is produced by the still have saloons. Florida soil is barren of product In addition to the .bod 1.., puts of C Powell ______m------ all28t iicf n'and-w o"f the run ofi i gator creek' In sec-28.= 150 60 300 250
power Phillips; Crews_________ __.__ ___________ __.. 850: 1450: '
hand and brain of man, and whatever -. but a greater mistake was never made. which were missing, a pitc* of a J M Ringu______..___ personal------------u----u---t--, 91011.12, 13.14 blk n O

the effectiveness of both mind It waa remarked by the leading paperof hone blanffet> and a portion of want Rising's adn__________.. 1200 1500
impairs The soil of Florida will produce more J T Reaves.._u_________ blk 31 as extended en Ensey of Starke.._...___ 2500 3000
and body is a destroyer of wealth. The Florida, "It is not the business ef dollars acre than soil in the is believed to have been a c&rrlagt personal__ SIlO 630
per any L D Register&Co.-personal _. .... ...___ __
the wheel were also --------------- -- ----.h- __ 1960 YRSO
state teach found the loc
tattered vagabonds wallowing in the to religion or moral, United States when planted to oranges, on *>- ABRadney_un.n_ lots 1,2 blk 8 In Tem le;d adn .' .--..--_--_________ 600 730
add nothing to the prosperity of and the saying baa been widely quoted.It motive Richard Bevnolds______ lots 2,S blk 31 In L,T &; Co's." tvn _-----___._____ 80 !80
gutter grapefruit, pineapples, tobacco, straw. In the Standard Oil Co._. .--- peraonal. _.?.__.._?.,,.._ ',. 600
.. community and neither does the man is very true, but the state might conserve berries etc.and just as bushels pockets of the- 3ot&Jcg 9t Mrs M ETrnby__._:==____ ota 1,2,3,4,11.12.13,14: blk r an tote 17278, blkTto L, 300
both without many of the bodies; were fouad. latter* .:]A'ttia1Rc T &; Co'a; ar n..-----------.". _.._______________....._ 2500 3000 .
who put them there. hurting anythingthat ordinary field crops as any state, if the tie Truby &; Thomas .______ personal___.____ u_______._ --------___ 500/ 700
a is its business.-Tampa Times., names tJl 4 tddreasesttove A L ron Kirn_.__I________ Iota 8.9. 10 blk 28 STL. T &; Co'. a soil is properly handled. The great fttuu These ItfTCr *to the V J Valentine .____.___00 Iota 8,9 blk 11 in Temple's adn ..- -------___ ..:= 400 800

.. From! the best information the Telegraph The Pensacola Journal has Installed blunder is made by those who do not only es Ae railroad people lave to __ ____ personalperaonalHII---- 25 50
just W E Wninrlght! -------- personal u ______________. .-----___ 275
has been able to gather Bradford a $17,000 perfecting newspaper understand conditions.One the Mtattty ct the maa. The. fact J W White___._____-..--_ 9 acres of land in ewy of nw y tn. ec 28. ._____ :: 1000 2300:450

county will give the prohibition constitutional press. The Journal is a credit to FlorIda thing Florida has that no other Cat/ the men were kilted% the train TAWatnrght.----..- persons --__ -------------+ '..-----______ 430 125 723 225 '
\ amendment a majority of about journalism and its state can approach and that is a magnificent "' as got flseovwed onto the train J L Warren_------________ frac C, D.blk 25__________.,_ ----.______ 500 600
prosperity speaks ; i ___
two to one. Pretty much everybody well for Pen- aeo1a. It takes a good I. climate, both summer and winter, P1d10d4lphia.L .. W T Weeks___------__ all of blk 2 in L,T &:C' adn ii lob S,4.1,1, 1.8a3, 1900 2100 -
voted for prohibition under the 11, U and n3; of lots 2. 13 blk 10_ ... __ 1m 400)
and it is this which is
who town to afford so good a newspaper attracting thousand SBWoodard_.__---__ lot b blk Temple edn-.--I'- -____ 800( OOI
county option law will vote for state-. -+-- of settlers to Florida and will at- J&ttn of Shreveport, 8 +

wide prohibition and a great many per- M. S. Knight, state president of theParmen' tract others, and these, loboring'-with Savor oC ommfys I
with said Ordinance No. 59 the
county tbi. ; t And In compliance 'd. at meothiff to beheld October
,. .eons wno voted*against for state P tobitwn.pro Union, advises members of the those now here! will make Florida the 1l 10, 1910,will hear reasons from the owner of the aforeafd bperty,if there be any, why *
I Hem Bradford W be counted on to do her Union to hold their, cotton for higher greatest agricultural state in the Union. ,Jq _=_._ valuation a fixed by the board ihaU bechanced. r *>

i- prices. Oreen Oora Springs 1imes.: Attest: ;. a x. s. MATTHJWU,

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It has been some time since we wrote )/ nelf. SOYERHOR W. E CURL I Penirifi Tablets Tested* .

any Ward City News for the Telegraph.Perha'ps I GLOOMY 1 1DESPONDENT J WHEREAS, the Legislature of 1800 under the c, L t What the Pernna Tablets! good
friends Constitution of 1385,of the State of Florida, did '
i our in ,other places pats three joint resolutions proposing amendments when you have Alack. Popular Ex* .tiv.We for? Hap: nybody used them enough .
would like to know what we are doing. to the OomBtntloa of the State of Florid to know'v at they will do? Read the
and the same were agreed toy a vote of Cramps, Colic, Diarrhoea F.rm..y..pepep Msn. .
Oar little city is booming just now, threes fifths of all the members elected to each following east and see. If you have
house;that the voted on said Joint resolutions or similar troubles doubt( 13 to the genuineness of thee j.
having gained quite reputation as a were entered upon their respective journals, any a
cotton market this fall. The new gins THINKING OF THK I with yeas and nays thereon, and they did determine with I letter, wrj to Mrs. Lohr, enclose a.
and direct that the said joint resolutions -
are working nicely and giving entire I SUICIDE STUNT \ b<>submitted to the electors of the!Stateat : stamp fqi|' reply, and see whether her
the general election In November, 1910. testimont. is genuine ornot: { ,,'
I satisfaction. Unfortunately the eleva Now,ther -fore I,H.Clar Crawford Secretary "POnkiey\ .
tor and grist mill were burned in MrHazen's 7- of :State; for tho State: of Florida, do hereby give : IS: enr.a, :Mich., June 18, IOCS. ;
notice that a The Co. .
(Flair:: DATU') Perrfq Drug
store which was destroyed by
GENERAL ELECTION ; In to 'the Pernna I \
relief. It's rega Tablets
fire several weeks the machineryfor It never fails! to give prompt
ago w ill be held in each countv In'Florida on Tuesday the best physician you could employ. have usedWhile bout ten boxes in all.
the new plant having been stored next succeedine the first Monday In Nov I as Chicago aIdeddau3hteTi
etul.er,A. D. 191u th:aid Tuesday being the
there for a few days until the buildingwas I as: bothered with a couga
Eighth Day of November
ready to put it in. These parts, I aM the tt '. She has had it for four
fotin ratification rejection of the - however will be put in later. This joint resolutions proposing; the amendments to f'j years. Sgt! etimea it would go away,

building is a credit to the town and the I the Constitution! of the State of Florida, viz: I and in the inter time it was so bad

fine work beirg done there is praised by I II I SENATE amendment JOINT to Article RESOLUTION XIX of tli proposing- Constitn-anI To the SheriT of Bradford County, of the State I I that the ;jl: ctors and professors said
I ti .n of the State of Florida, relating to the of Florida: I- that she Ii: consumption,and the only
all.Dr. iuanufj<' .. and Milr, or other disiioial ofI Be it known that I. H. Clay Crawford. Secretary way to giyform her any relief was to pe- t
Lamb left Monday for the medical R0 I I iiitoxi iIl"'' lignorand h'r"lt.s.I of State for the Mate of Florida,do hereby I } r
it olvrtlby;: tilt L.-vrinlature of the State of give notice that aGENEHL A an 0'8otlon..
college in Atlanta, where he expects j F': 1'h1.\; I'
I!I That Article XIX of the Constitution of the ELECTIONwill i- r I spend!A much money for different
to graduate in the spring, having lackedone Settoftlorielai..., and the sannt; lurt-liy! be held in Bradford county State of Florida I r medicine,lad for doctors also. Noth-
term of finishing up his studies. : gnu ided -<(>tut to read as tollo\\: ,on Tn.-lav first succeeding the first Monday -I seemed
j ArIek XIX. Section 1. The i-ianufacture, in November, A. D. 1910, the aid Tuesday I : ; ing Y>help her.
The doctor was thoughtful and kind in nn.l r'ale, barter on.xchan,of all intoxicating being the I So I saw. he Peruna Tablets advertised v

getting another physician to be .her ANDFORGET i Illinois and beverages, whether, !spirituou.-, EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER.For Ir in t.1t"! {paper, and I got a box !
vruuurmalt! are hereby fonverprohibitedin
during his absence, so we are not without IT the State. of Flonda, except ale>nol for,,med and District Representative of Florida from In the the sixty-second 2d Congressional Congress and tried \Jtli-m.' She could get some
a doctor. icalnir:!tili<; ',r 'uei.mh.iiiical iiirjo the -sale of of the United Mates.For : sleep by tafcwg them. She would be up
wine for acramer.tiil purposes: two Justices of the Supreme Court of the .....
the afore- : all night lift h. So in all she took
Mrs. Caroline parry, an elderly ladyof which ohul. and wine for purposes: t State of Florida. coug
.iil, shall !.<. regulated by law. For two Members of the House of Representatives six boxes,W i never was bothered any
Ward City, has been asleep for about .'.c. 2. The Ltjri-ilatnre 'uall enact suitable of the
of the provisions of t fry more
three weeks. During this time she has law for the enforcement For two Railroad Commissioners of the Stateof I I ? a
Stirs the LIver to H Ml thy Lotion this article. Florida. :: I will leif: j this for any one to inquire -
not roused up enough to be sensible of Sr 'i. This article hall go into effef on the For county Assessor of Taxes. 1t
first day ot July, A.D. Ml. For Tax Collector. .t at ofcf. old residence, where wa
anything. Her attendants give her MAKES LIFE WORTH LIVING. For County Treasurer. @'l. ;,,' tired In C&L'ago. All our neighbors '

nourishment at regular intervals, regular A JOINT RESOLUTION; proposing amend- For five County Commissioners.For ,
would eayjivt she could not lIve with
ments to Article V'of the Constitution of the three Members of the County Board of ,.', .
baths and administer medicine,while State; of Florida, relative to the Judiciary Public Instruction. inch a cob You don't know howthankful

the patient sleeps and does not seem to department.Be it resolved.by the Legislature of the State of For Justice justice of(districts the Peace: viz:-<-n and no for the following PENHY HOVELS HH DOWNFALL. 1 She IM eighteen years

know anything.Miss Florida: No._. old. I I-

Minnie Collins is convalescingfrom Interesting Facts to Smokers.Do of That the Constitution the following of amendments the State of to Florida Article, relative V No No!3.4. Charles Gallagher, 14 V..... Old, to My olden, n also was bothered with

attack to the Judiciary department, to be num- No.7. Arrested on "rlous Charge. his Btomaf throwing up, and hi*
of fever.
an yon know that in Cuba, to test bered Sections 3S, 40 and 41 of said Article V.be No.8.
Rev. Sam J. White lectured here Fri. Havana tobacco, the leaf is rolled into a and the same are hereby agreed to and shall be For Constable in and for the following jus- Charles Gallagher 14 years old, ,who DOwels eo c all the time. He wa
,submitted to the electors of the state at the tice districts, viz: Is said to be a reader of dime novels, all run d r for tour months. I alsodoctored
cigar and lighted to get the taste then
day night. A large congregation greet. general election to be held on the first Tuesday No.2. him.
the light is permitted to go out and the after the first Monday November, A. D. 1910, No. 3. was arrested at Chicago, charred with One would say this
ed him at the church and every one rejection,to-wit: No.4. and the 0 thing else. started
cigar is again lighted, and if the taste is for or robbing two boys of a revolver anda
seemed to be pleased with the lecture, Sec. 39. From and after the adoption of these No.9.
in to Tablets and he
rank and bitter the tobacco is now
graded as Criminal Court of Record in other
amendments the In Testimony Whereof,I have hereunto set rifle and with shooting two
which was on the timely theme of tern inferior quality. Palm Smokers are always and for Escambia county shall be known as the my hand and affixed the great seal Is all healthy looking. He
Mr. White is touring the sweet after relighting.Do Court of Record in and for aid county,and,in (SEAL) of the State of Florida, at Tallahassee boys with n double-barreled shotgun. took gtnlth8 That is all he wants
perance. addition to their present jurisdiction the said the capital. this 29th day of Peter Socks 10 'years of age, and
state in the interest of state-wide pro you know that you cannot get fin- court and the Judge thereof, shall have, In August, A. D. 1910. to anything alls him.
13 old
Havana tobacco in I Escambia county, concurrent with the circuit H. CLAY CRAWFORD, Raymond Depew, year* were i
er any cigar at any So I praia, oar Tablets just as high
hibition. He appeals to the finer sensibilities court of laid county and the Judge thereof,the Secretary of State. U victims of the robbery and lizu- t. ,
price than that which is in a Palm Smoker *
Mime original jurisdiction of all other cases as I bar rdir Pernna. That b aU
of men, showing them the low, ? and matters and the same power and authority ToJ.N.LANOFORD.Sheriff Bradford county. tb i Joaephcn, 12 years old and Clarence the zoedlciluKthat| ever comes in my I
degraded of the intemperate and to issue all writs as the circuit court of said 13 old
way Do you know that Palm Smokers are county and the Judge thereof, excepting capital Anderson, yean wwe house WL3&ver I travel I take some
e pointing out the way of escape from the made by Cuban hand workmen? Every cases, and the power to summon and em- Lightning Firet. wounded with buckshot when thaT with me. TJ ra had three of my ehildrensiekwJiZ -
cigar will burn even and draw freenotlike empanel a grand jury. have a supersl- In the of Charlie Gallagher's .
tyrant, rum. The same" rules of procedure and practiceand Hungarian peasants got way xsurletfever two month -'
The Methodist district conference cigars: that are made in molds. I rights of trial by judges! ad litem and referees tlon that fire kindled by lightning can bad atom when he fired at tEe two : ago.andthaUtoaU I med,YU the PEt-
Do know that Palm Smokers which obtain in said circuit court shall
convened here Saturday and Sunday. you cost obtain in said court of record. The Governor only be extinguished by milk.Cao't former boys. rnns &J:24': & ble&l. I did not lose
dealers more than any other 5o cigar? way,in his discretion,order any one of the circuit !
The ministers present were, Rev. That is because they are worth a great judges of the State to hold one or more anyoftfee&p
Henry, presiding over'the Worthington deal more. terms or parts of terms of said court of record. If tfa8S ra' ry more mformaUl'Jft J'DU
Sec. 40. The Supreme Court of the State shall THROUGH THE WHIRLPOOL
Rev. of La Do know that the want trty; $a$let me know aDd X will
Springs circuit, and Grady, you wrapper and have appellate jurisdiction in all causes of
filler of Palm Smoker from the which jurisdiction is granted to said court of by
a comes Tours
Crosse. The meeting closed Sunday,
record. Appeals and writs of error shall bepronecnted Captain Larsen Braved Successfully 1
WorkWhen .
famous Vuelta
Abajo district of Cuba ,
having been decided to hold their from the said court of record to the I
protracted and that the same grade of tobacco is supreme Court In accordance with the laws the Perils of Niagara. !
meeting later. used in and rules governing such proceedings from the I S
the finest brands of imported ci
Falls dispatch :
the Court A Niagara says i .
circuit court Supreme
Dr. and Mrs. O. H. Noble left Mon- gars? Sec.41. All the provisions of the Constitution you feel that you C&ftain Klaus Larsen, In his little The first t 'e ressman from Missouri .
for Fort where Mrs. Noble Do know that if have and all laws enacted in consonance therewith -
day Ogden, yon you not can hardly drag through '
John of
was Genevieve.
pertaining to the said Criminal court of motor boat, the Ferro, made a successful Sta He
and the children will spend the winter. smoked a Palm Smoker, that you have record and the officers thereof, including the your daily work, and are trip from the foot of the cataract was the delegate in congress from
not smoked the best? the election and the
manner of appointment or
Miss Edith Crosby has returned froman Do terms of office and compensation of said officers tired, discouraged % and through the whirlpool rapids to Missouri terrtt. ry for four years and
know that Palm Smoker has
you a with like effect to the said
extended visit to Lake shall apply miserable take Cardul
City. that smooth, rich taste that is so much court of record and the officers thereof,exceptas vttfctn a mile of Lelston, a distance then served fj congressman for eight

Mrs. Prudence Melvin, who has been sought in high grade Havana cigars? provided by these amendments. The record pn.sent the woman's tonic. cf Wa miles. He started from file years. He sf$3: noted for the eccentricity ,,
of said criminal court of
suffering with fever for several weeks, Do you know that'substitntes may shall officers 1>e the officers of said court of record and Cardui is prepared for Maid of the Mist dock and ran on a of we rfbg! winter and summer

is reported as being some better. look the same as Palm Smokers, but discharge of their the duties respective and offices receive until the the emoluments expiration the purpose of helping rock near the American shore. I a cloth cap (j&t almost 'covered his f '

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Thomas they will not taste the same? Insist up- of their present: terms of office. The women to regain their I Des cite the battering of the whirlpool eyes and hlafrimtaloons were always
on getting a Palm Smoker, then you salary of the Judge of said court of record shall through I ,
last week, a daughter. know you are getting the best that money be two thousand and five hundred dollars a strength and health. rapids, Larsen went at least four frvses too large for him
will bny.. year,payable quarterly by the county of Es- Not by doping with : Safely, but his boat was leaking badly : All his life *A Carried under his vest 1-
-'- Incrt-ased by the Legislature. -
Lawtey. The price of Palm Smokers is oc and cambia. and may strong drugs, but by the at the finish and through the trip. I on his left f4g a beautifully carved I

' Lawtey, Sept. 22.-The reception held are for sale at all first-class dealers. office From of and the after present the Judge expiration the of Judge the term of said of gentle, tonic action, of I dirk--andonitinj-. --- other side a pistoL I

at the Methodist parsonage last Tuesday court of record shall hold his office for four pure vegetable herbs. =1 f .

night for the lady school teachers was GOVERNOR WANTS ADDRESSES. years. t -A

attended by a large gathering. Many JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amendment B56 i a
to Section th1rty:five of Article V of the

games were played and all returned to Small Sum ol Money For Hen Who ment Constitution of courts.of Florida, relating to establish BCARDUI : '

their homes voting that the evening had Served In Co.(; M.! Be it Florida revolved by the Legislature of the Stateof II
been well spent. EUMIXIEG1
That the fnllowin amendment to Section
Miss Annie Richard, of Jacksonville, Tallahassee, Fla., June Governor thirty-five Article V of the Constitution of t
Gilchrist holds a small of Florida is hereby agreed to and shall bo proposed -
was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. D. R. money end snhmitterictothe electors the State .
' Edwards, the first of the week. due te each of the following men, 'as for approval or rejection at the next general The Woman's Tonic
that is said Section .
election herpflfter to say
Your correspondent was in error a members of Company M, First Florida thirty-five of said Article shall be amended BOas
Mrs. L N. Nicholson
Volunteer Infantry, SpanishAmericanwar to read as follows: (COEDUCATIONAL) |
few weeks ago in regard to the SeaboardAir _
9)c.35. No courts other than herein specified of Shook, Mo., writes:
Line nine of Jacksonville and the which was recruited at and shall be established In this State except "Before I began to take LAKE CITY, FLA. HENRY WISE TRl PLE, B. A., D. D. {
around Starke. The governer desires that the Legislature may provide forte creation Prelti it
F Lawtey nine playing the rubber in a five- and establishment of such additional Judicial Cardul I was unable to

inning game. The game was called off the present postoffice address of each of come necessary circuits as, and may for from the appointment time to time be-by do any, work. I have Population of city 7,000. No saloons. Health#W(;;city in United ,.

e in the first inning on account of rain, these parties, if living. If any of them the Governor and confirmation by the Senateof taken 5 bottles and have States. Only 7 per thousand death rate in last 20 ,ars. Highest

late in the evening played five inning are dead he desires the name and post- additional circuit judges therefor,whose altitude of any city in Florida. Beautiful lireets.
but a terms of office and general jurisdiction shall be Improved very much I paved College
; game just amusement. Last Sat- office addresses of their legal represent- the same as herein provided for the circuit do the most of property worth 400000. Ten fine buildings on bea-ltUully adorned '
judges herein already provided for, and may can my
.: nrday they came np again and played atives: clothe any railroad commission with judicial housework now. and laid-out 35-acre campus. 320-acre college farm.ftully( equipped f. ,

the rubber sure enough. The home Osburn Benton, John C. Carter, powers of in their all matters office. CODDt.'Cted1th the functions "I can't say too much adjoining. Academic, Normal, Commercial. Colgate! Art and .f t

team outplayed the visitors from the be i Simon B. Hedges, John M. Jones, Daniel for Cardul it has done Music departments as complete as if they were sepailite institutions.
in with so
The votes cast compliance said proposed ,
ginning. B. Kelsey, Oscar H. Martin, William amendments, and the canvass declarations much for tf Diplomas issued on completion of course in each der rtment. Curriculum
: I Misses Hattie and Clarine Fraser, of : M. Smith, George O. Singletary, AltaJ. the same and regulations returns thereof and shall restrictions be subjected as are to Your druggist sells Car. in each department as high as any in the JaiJ.l.( Board and

;. t l Interlachen, were the guests of Mrs. O. Williams, ElmerlE. Cain, Walter R. state provided of Florida.In by law. for general elections in the duL Oet a bottle today.Corter's tuition very reasonable. Students as low as ;3th"'giide admitted.
I Crowson, John A. Harris, James A. Positions secured for all
! L. Thomas last Saturday. Testimony Whereof I have hereunto set competent and worthy studtats who want /
: John 8. Bennett met with a painful i Miller, Atture N. Wilson, Mark Chandler my hand and affixed the great seal them. *| __
of the state of Florida,at Tallanas-
accident last Saturday evening. While John W. Freeman, Sebron A. Her- (SEAL) see, the capital, this twentyfifthday For terms address 3
: Noah Jones L. Lemon of July.A. D. 1910. 1
rington, George ,
his horse stumbled
fox ,
oat hunting
Joab G. Rice 'Jr. Julius H. Smoak J. O'CONNOR Business '-
- anager.
throwing his rider over its head and then Secretary of State. ,

falling on him breaking his collar bone, Henry C. Timberlake, Isaiah D. Wynn PricesOn ; : 8123moi

besides other bruises. He is under the Lock Castlebury, George E. Dillon, i Little Elmer had been chastised for _
telling a fib. "You should be like .
Alexander Malcolm, Owen Owens, John -
care of Dr. Brown getting along as
J. Ward. tf. George Washington," sal<1" his father. '

well as could be expected.Hon. "He never told a lie." 'tI Fancy Groceries .-1
E. S. Matthews and family of "What was the matter with him?" I I H -- 1 -m, ._ mmmfllmtmmlHliimmmilltiim

Starke, were visitors to Lawte/Sunday
a) the guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Ed- best, 21 cents per pound. i WarrenDetroit30Standard I

wards. GO TO THE RESCUE White Meat, 13 cents per pound. j ,.

Dr. G. W. Brown and Enoch Griffis JOHNSFURNITURE Beet Pulp, '1.'i5 per sack of 100 i
i From Tires &
were transacting business in Jackson- Don't Wall Till It's Ten Late. Foil w pounds. to Spark ugs.

Tille last Tuesday. Peaches, 12 cents per can. ." I
the Example of a Starke Citizen.(; '
:Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Fisher left last Pork and Beans, 3 for 25; cents. 1

week for a visit to relatives and friends Rescue the aching back.If 1-lb. Can Corned Beef 17 cents.

;. in Savannah, Baltimore and Philadel it keeps on aching, trouble comes. 10-quart Galvaized Buckets, 20

i phia. Before their return they expectto Backache is kidney ache.If cents each. s 1'
visit New York and otner northern you neglect the kidneys' warning, Good Galvanized No.2 Tubs, a

points of interest. A card received by a Lookout for urinary troublediabetes.This 65 cents each. ,

friend from Mr. Fisher from Philadelphia CO.Dealers Starke citizen will show you howto Tin Ware cheap. 1. 1 .

the first of the week stated that the go to the rescue. Good Mixed Corn, $1.75 a sack. I ._,

J weather was cold and an overcoat was Mrs. E. M. Edwards, Call St., Starke, No. 1 Timothy Hay, $1.50 per I e.

not uncomfortable. Fia., says: "I never used a remedy hundred pounds. I ,.I I

Willie Tanksley was a visitor at J. H. in that proved of such great benefit as Sugar, 16 pounds $1.00.

last Doan's Kidney Pilla. I suffered con White S.orts, $1.80 sack. I'
Moore's Sunday. Furniture Iron Bed- per
Runabout and Roadster $1,3
Your correspondent was in error last stantly from backache and had dull No. 2 White Oats, $1.85 a sack. 1i

week in regard to the teachers of the steads. Mattings, Rugs, pains through my loina. I was unableto Kerosene Oil, 13 cents per gal Demi-Tonneau, $1,300 Touring Off, $1,325 .

different departments of the Lawtey Art Squares and Ru b- rest weir and in the morning was so Ion. Torpedo and Fore Door, $1,5( ..:c.'. !

:\ 4" High School. Miss Eva Nimmo is in lame and stiff that it was difficult for Best Japanese Rice 25 pounds, 1 ,

;i.; the intermediate department and Miss beroid Flooring me to put on my clothing. The kidney $1.00. Coupe, $1,750 : .J.

s1 Emma Warden in the primary depart secretions were also irregular in passage Best Rice, whole head pearl ir t
Stoves Hardware Double ignition system. Bosch high tension Gas
ment. marne and
: me. I at length .
; and greatly annoyed grain, 14 pounds $1.00. III 1
oil lamps. Four cylinders. Engine cast B
Notice el Flab Proof. Cutlery and Crockery.We learned of Doan's Kidney Pills and procured Sweet and Irish Potatoes, Cabbage so.horaspower. ; j.

34 in. z S > in. and S4 in. z 4 in. tirea.( 1 *-la. wheel
j U. 8. Land Office at Gainesville,Fie carry the Magnetic mixed a supply at the Starke Drug Co.I 3Mc per lb. ; Onions 50c per baae. Three speeds forward and reverse. oj .
Sept. 17t 10. had only used three boxes before I was peck. :
e Notice that Joaepa H. king, Paints and Oils. 1
in hereby given _
: ol Brooklyn, florid, who, on July 27, 19UU. cured and I am now feeling Letter thanI Come to my store near the depot You can pay more, but you can't get more for your. 'money. i t t _'
made Homwt *d Knttr Serial No. 0570, for Come and bee us.TERMS have in TearS. I give Doan's Kidney You can pay less, but think of the repair tail ,
& South Range 23
Section: SsTawnthlp 8 and inspect my goods. ;
Ka'. Tallahassee Meridian, baa filed notice EASY. Pills the credit. AGENTS WANTED. i f
of Intention make Final Commutation Proof, 1
to etfUbkah claim to the land above described, For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. J. C. CARTER

Wore.ITortdCoa the Register th*and 20th day Receiver of October at GalneeTllle. 1910.: Johns Furniture Co. i Foster-Milbum: Co.,Buffalo, New York, G. ALISON, ,DEALER Micah y, Fla. I t -

Claimant names M wltneiMi: I*. P. W'J11Do sole agents for the United States. stoke HI. .
of Brooklyn,TU.:A.B. Hntaon, of BrooklYD 9 S3.6t u
J'la..iB.. C. Halberrer,of Brooklyn, J'la.iW.'W. Starke, Fla. Remember the name -Doan's and {
.\i&n8r.of Lake Omera. Fla.BZKBT .
8. CHUBB, Register.tx ':: :. ,: -_, >"' ,----"r-:' :--: .---,-::- --h.__ -,' take no other. -T' : .
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suicidal intent to commit the act. But A ScapegoatBy i A MONTHLY INCOME 1

.. h_ all this crumbled before the masterly: General InsuranceI

1f ,; i _..i,? EVIDENCE.i I for handling loved Dresser the and crime.would of a the fortune.By matter possess Cruikshonk'g If of the Cruikshank the girl motive death he By ALBERT TUCKER KENYON companies represent and none will be but constantly FIRST-CLASS the I For 20 years or for Life! i iI stICopj

r lived Dresser would lose the fortune. I Copyright, 1910, by American. PressAssociation. alert to promote your interests. Guarantee -

: It Is Better Than Any Other. Nevertheless it was generally admitted courteous treatment to all patrons.A .

that the conviction of Adrian well written policy by a first-class

Dresser' due to the of the There is a body of troops in France I THE [
l' c i. I I was ability agent in a first-class company some-
JBy EDITH V. ROSS. prosecutor, who tossed fact and fiction called the foreign legion. It is composed times means much m case of loss by fire I Jin

[Copyright, 1910 by American Press Assoc up before the jury so rapidly that they of men of all nationalities, most othe:

,: i elation] could not distinguish between them. of them fugitives from Justice. Thata H. C, RICHARD Starke, Fla. libra

f1" "No one with a human soul In his However this be, he was con- 1s facie evidence cash
may man is in it prima == Very NEWEST IDEA! in Life Insurance!
t body would take advantage of the law
if victed. that be has an object for losing himself ..... label
;q 1 ; to force a woman to marry him." | One day a few weeks after the con- to the rest of the world.A DR. LEROY W. DENHAM --- tend

;" "1 consider It my duty to prevent clusion of his trial Dresser received a soldier in the foreign legion con i I
,. E At of 30 for ( 'm -
f age IOUI a year during your life yax
:" : her from marrying such a contempt- call from his counsel. spicuous for his refined appearance I"Utllll l '

r::.' able cur as you are." I "I have good news for you," said tbe passed under the name of Franz Lud- E (a saving of $8.37 a month) your family will re. ,:tE

I'i't" 1 "Were you my equal in any respect I attorney. wig. He would not admit the country Edwards Bldg. Starke, Fla. ceive after your death .&0.00 Every Month for lastX
"Has your petition for a new trial from which he hailed, and since he .
t1 'I would make you pay for those words been granted spoke several languages equally wellit -- -- -- -. 5 20 years,. or $7,200.00 in. all! ed.
: even if I had to take your life." i -- dust
to fix -.
"Better than that. was Imrosslble for any one F. ENSEY '
; R.
_ f I "Why not do It anyway? You're Dresser was then told that the real upon the land of his nativity. E At a, slightly higher cost, the income iwould ::1E was

f ; I: capable of It. Then you could get the murderer of Cruikshank had agreed to This is the story of the so called ,'Civil and Mechanical EngineerOLD continue for life. ; '.1'E :=5 It al

r i; t fortune intended for me." I make a confession provided the matter Franz Ludwig: : Tl

r:' i 3 f This brief dialogue was made the could be kept from the public and alight His real name was.Count Joseph TOWN, FLA. -r

i : basis of sentence imposed. The matter Zadsky. He had been honored by the I andS
fir} i an ingenious theory concocted Experience in the Tiel,1. for Rates at K and Learn
Twt'ntrtyt'nr'" LrWrite SOUL Age How
had been arranged, the confessed mur- intimate friendship of the crown princeof ; .= stay
1 i
i. by a state attorney, which led logically -
wt'r' derer had gone before the court pri- his native land. The prince and he I :; you can Provide an Absolute Guaranteed Income "I
r to the murder Concrete Coiu-tructlon and Kail-
fixing of Roger Contracting
: Lately had been sentenced and sent rode together, hunted together- in road Work Specialties. ::: for Your Family. ofbpret
fJ. Cruikshank upon Adrian Dresser. The to state prison for ten years. Dres- short, all their amusements were in "
::.. i words were overheard a few days before ser could not understand how this common. The count was engaged to Florida Land Lines ReLocated wit Accuracy. i E. P. DUNCAN : Special Agent rem

:4.1, j Cruikshank was found shot could be done in private, but his counsel marry the Baroness Sophia, daughter blrt:
' I finally convinced him that the state 5bal
':t: t sovereign's == STARKER FLORIDA. ;,
: ; had found a way by which It bad been DR. that
I iH \ I Ii accomplished.As The crown prince was possessed bya r- thin
i freed passion for gambling. He did not at- General Surgery a Specialty.
the prisoner was "tsaid
l ; soon as jl1jlljl'jl1jl1jlljl1jl1jlljl1jIIJI1 1 1 ljl1jlljlljlljlljlljl1jl1jl1jl1i11
I i it
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t ,ht Ii Iit he sought the girl he loved, confident tend the public gambling places so Office Hours, 10 to 12-1 to 2:30

I 'rI :' that his vindication would restore the I plentiful In Europe. His habit was to Mrs.Kate Powell Matron in charge office. l '- =:, "I
I status that had existed between them I play either in his own palace or wherever Office over Mitchell's Drug Store. ;t1 boyand

J; 4 rSF before his conviction. What was his I he was invited. One afternoonhe Starke, Florida. .
J It I was playing in the home of a no- I
had "t
'. distress to learn that she gone .
f away, leaving word that her action bleman where a house party had been AGENCY ESTABLISHED IS 1886. ..,
invited to meet him. The prince was e
was to escape, so far as possible the Max
playing with bad luck and was drink- INSURANCE
horrors under which she had suffered. COFFINS CASKETSAnd worI
Several of the ,
ing heavily. guests
She had left no address, stating that '
were also under the influence of liquor. a Full Line of J. R. DAVIS & COMPANYFIRE +
she did not wish to be followed by any are
Count Zadsky was present and, fearIng -
In short she was In- bus
t.1 y. communications. Undertakers' Supplies
that something would occur to cre- STARKE >"r FLORIDA
tending to bury her identity In a foreign 1 ,7ft the
ate a scandal, begged his royal high-
The best c "
land. Always on ser- i..{.. 1or
to retire from the The
game. t
Meanwhile the key to this complication vice at the lowest prices. Special 'Jt( I
prince refused, and the game went on. '' j
of untruths, for thus far there had I attention to Telegraph Orders, ;
The excitement increased, both with .,,
been true developed, remainedin -r-
nothing ak [lug"a
the Increase of stakes and spirits con-
Had it been endowed with Embalmer ..
hiding. sumed. But now the prince was win- Registered -
mind doubtless it would have long ago fnevB

: come out from a little corner whereIt ning. WILLIAMS PAYS THE FRElfiHl
was ensconced and show that "These cards are marked, suddenly G. C. LIVINGSTON & Co. "1'1
shouted one of the party. "There are Pitt
though very Insignificant in itself, it little protuberances on their backs." I Starke, Fla. I -
was really of far more importance than -P 0. Box
"If you can feel them," said Zadsky, 211 West Bay St. 401JACKSO, FLA. .
the brilliant Juggling of the state pros-
"you must have cut down the skin of JJ. WILLIAH5 :
ecutor or the diagrams of counsel for .:
one of your fingers for the purpose.
the defense. But It was waiting for I p ,
And If have done that have
you you
something northeast wind with a I CASE GOODS. : HOMESTEAD CORN WHISKEY '
introduced the cards into the game. GENERAL REPAIRINGI ,
downward slant one of those winds DESOTO RYE. f I gallon jug, express paid_____...$ 2 SOJ
Amid a hubbub the cards were examined -
have opened a general repair
that be supposed to blow nobodyany
may and were found to have been door to 4 Full Quarts Express paid______i 5 00.1 J SPECIAL OFFER.
in the building next
But last it and shop
at came
good. made for the of swindling. I' 6 II II ______ 7 00!fdlebrook Whiskey drums-Distillery ",
from a corner of a chimney dislodgeda purpose J. JI. Alvarez's store and am prepared 12 II II 12 75 t .. 1
Then said ------ Bottling. Express Paid.
bit of and sent it whirling over Zadsky : Machines I i
paper to repair Sewing "
blown into "All show the tips of your fingers." 12" freight paid_ 12 00 |00 Pints in drum Express paid.. 936 56 .
the floor. It bad been up
SHOWED HM TBS NEW BIT OF EVIDENCE. display Watches, Clocks, Pianos, Organs, I I WILLIAMS' No. 10 RYE. I 200
that chimney by a north wind on the Every- man -present made the Half Pints in dram 8800
I except the crown prince. His ex- Onus,Furniture, etc. 4 Full Quarts Express paid______$ 3 201\
through the heart In his own house. day Cruikshank died and in the very .. .. Sold. only by dram; Willnot break dram *
pression betrayed him but his tongue First-class work guaranteed. 6" K ______ 4 50 t .
For defense the prisoner's attorney room in which be was supposed to '
it CORN Paid.
12" __ __ 900E WHISKEY-Express
came to his defense. I carry a full line of machine -
have murdered. A maid .
bad elaborate diagrams made to demonstrate I "
t into the room and, seeing the paper on "Gentlemen," he said, "do you ask needles, oil and supplies. 24 ------ 950'i I Rocky Fork, per bottle Ex. pd.._$ 1 49
that Cruikshank died by his the heir to the throne to OLD HALIFAX RYE. r Rocky Fork, per case ii ___13 76D .
apparent exonerate -
the floor, picked! it up to throw it intoa W. J. WILSON, !
t y ; : own hand. himself from cheating at Full Quarts Express paid______$ 4 201 ,; C. White, better, 1 gal" ___ 'W :
t wastebasket; but, seeing writing on Phone 49 Starke, Fla. I O. 'II .f ___ 2 nrI *""
OOf White,
: There is a point made much of in cards?" 6" ______ 6 -
it, she had the curiosity to read it. 00' Laural Valley Corn, 1 gal" ___ IIJ
: such cases-the motive for the crime. 13" ______ 12 : I'.p. /
she Zadsky was dumfounded. There '
"My goodness gracious exclaimed '.j
; It is certainly an important matter for and rushed out of the room was a ailez e. Then the party arose 4 SUNNY SOUTH RYE. '| RYE WHISKEY Express Paid. -

: I consideration, but has too often been with her find, which she showed suc- from the table and separated. 4 Full Quarts Express paid______9 2 75 Per Gallon

\ ,, mistaken for proof. It does not follow cessively to one in the house. The story got out and the privy Lne confidence felt by farmers anii 6" itK i< itit ____ 4 00 Queen City__________Express paid |3 50
.. every i gardeners In Ferry's Seeds to-day 12" II ______ 8 00 Sunny South___ ___ .I 375
I that because a man has had a It was a communication written and council was convened to consider would have been impossible to feel In u II .I r
""" S6" Pints. ______ 12 00 Rye Malt________.... S 25
t t. .:- i> motive for murder he has committed signed by Roger Cruikshank stating what action should be taken. Some 1 any seeds two score of years Hurdle II 460
;- ; murder. But an ingenious prosecutor, that he was about to take his own life. way of exonerating the prince must be eo.science of have seed made. Bottles rOverholt ____________ I* 450
4 5 40
; taking such motive for a basis may He gave no reason for the deed. devised. The people were loyal to the \i growing, Case, ,expresspaid-paid--------------------9 12 75 Rich Hill__________ iiI 450

1- weave in with it certain other circumstantial When this paper was shown Dresserit crown but it would never do for one express Planter ___________ 500

i :, evidence and with the two seemed to him that 'he had fallen who must soon sit upon the throne to OLD BOONS Old Boone____ _____ iiI 5 00 .

.. : co"vict an innocent man. into a maelstrom of puzzles. He had appear before the people as a user of Bottled in bond by the U. S. Gov'm't. Williams'Private Seal" 5 00 ...

4 Full _______ ?
Quarts, Exp. paid _9 5 00
been convicted of Cruikshank's
l Adrian Dresser and Florence Pitman legally marked cards. The council assembled ALCOHOL.
12 Full Quarts, Exp. paid______ 12 75
I had been brought up together. murder, another person bad confessedthe and. summoning all the men who had exactly always what you do 24 Full Pints, Exp. paid__________ 13 75 One: Grade Only and jug Ex. pd. It 50 ''t.,

: That is, they had from birth lived in crime and here was indisputable been of the gambling party, examined expect of them. For sale 48 Full % Pints, Exp paid______ 15 00 GIN, Express paid,92 50, $3 25 and 50 .
f. 1 the same neighborhood, had been playmates proof that Cruikshank had killed him, them separately. everywhere. FHUirS l3iO SlED1.1m.u. it

; and lovers. self. When Count examinedone .Free on request.
eventually Any one Zadsky was 'f..j
'I.. I looking at Florence would say, "That Hurrying to his counsel he showed of the first questions asked was Ct M.'FERRY co,Detroit.Mieh. Send us a Trial Order. 'f.'" r

girl would love her lover with her him the new bit of evidence proving this: .\;'

'. whole heart and soul." There was conclusively that the person who had "How did you know that gamblers I tebt

I, In the confessed the crime had done so false- such cards used this
wonderfully expressive using as were on b
Elizabethan Slang. tion. and a large percentage oT them from Hev. John Harvard. its earliest ;
the contour of the face ly. As soon as the lawyer read the occasion of
eyes, that pare the tips their fingersto I
According to the latest edition of take chances on blood poisoning rather benefactor who in 1638 bequeathed
j indicated this. And any one knowing missive a sudden flood of joy swept make them sensitive to the touch?" tohE
i : Webster's Dictionary, one meaning of than destroy the ring's value asi a 6 id-half of his estate. amounting tG''
{ I her would arrive at the same conclusion over him. "I knew It, as I know of any other .
"lobster" is "a gullible, awkward, bun- pawnable asset"Philadelphia Ledger.Th. $300. for the endowment of the colleg&i, ::1
!- as that reached merely by seeing "This enables me. he said, "to makea fact of which I have heard." '01JI
t. gling or undesirable fellow. This Harvard ball was built In 1765. Hoi-
confession.! I told you that the con- "You were the who an-
her.There person meaning Is supposed by most personsto Little Word "Yes." worthy ball of brick In 1812 and BoWs:
viction of the who is
; are people of an entirely different person serving a nounced the fact that pared finger tips
I I be a modern development of slang. "Yes" is a simple word spelled with bait, also of brick. In 1701. Stoughton! '
1 j I I W makeup from this, people who term in prison in your stead was obtained go with these cards to the party, were three letters. and' te
1 without publicity. This would However, "lobster" was a favorite term ball being of the same dimensions

I;I ; : I depth.cannot understand Such was any Cornelius such spiritual Pitman, have been impossible. It has simply you"I not was.?" of abuse among Englishmen of Queen It has caused more happiness and material as fouls was built in 1S04. :
H Elizabeth's day, and Shakespeare may more unhappiness than any other wordin and writer of 1S1T states that "Its
Florence's uncle. He had been a money been unknown to you, and you mightat "And called upon the others IncludIng a
i I have denounced his callboy as a"lobster" the language.It apPearance Is somewhat in the modern' '
time have
learned it if had
getter, all his life and when he cameto any you his royal highness, to show their
when the boy failed to at- has lost more money for easy lend- "
taken the pains. This is all I have to tyle-
die having no children, left his fortune fingers?' lk
of ers than all the holes In.all the pock-
tell you at present. As soon as this tend to his duties. Some students
to Florence. But his passion for "I did." "'
the word think it applied ets in the world. What He Admired.
I .accumulation lived falsely confessed murderer is releasedyou probably was :
so to speak, beyond "That will do. !
I his natural life. He saw in a shall know the rest" The council after examining the wit- first to men with red faces. As signifying It ,has started more dipsomaniacs on "What did father say when you asi- tin

relative, Roger cruikshank, one capa- One morning Dresser received word nesses continued Its deliberations In a soldier the term "lobster" Is as their careers than all the strong liquor ed him for my band?" '

ble by shrewdness, foresight and that if he would call at his attorney's secret and broke up without giving out old as Cromwell's day. Lord Claren- on earth.It "Oh" replied Augustus "he-he did ..;

," meanness of increasing the estate In- office he would meet the person who information as to its conclusions. : den, historian of the civil war in England -1 has caused more fights than all the his best to be pleasant. He said there '.;.1!
any h
had confessed Crulkshank's that it to I "you're liars" that ever were spoken.It about that he rest ':;
;:, tended for a young girl whose heart to murder.He But the next morning Zadsky was explains was applied i was something me fi
: i, would rather lead her to scatter than hastened there and saw, with a banished from the court, and the pea the Roundhead cuirassiers "because of has procured kisses and provoked ;\y admired." 1 ., 11

} add to it He therefore left a provision happy smile on her face, his beloved ple breathed freely once more that the bright iron shells with which they I. blows.It t "Did he say what ,
: _- in the will to Insure CrolkI" Florence. The two ran to each other's i their prospective ruler had been vindicated were covered. Afterward British soldiers -. has defeated candidates and elect- "Yes; my impudence." S.<, Ca
i ; shank's management of the property. embrace. I in their red uniforms were called : ed scoundrels.It .

'; } ;' Florence was to marry himBy the "Where have you been?" asked.. One morning the soldier in the for- "lobsters." Then came another development ] has been used in more lies than i A Pointer to Others."x 3+

;. terms of the will Cruikshank bad only : Adrian. eign legion wrote a communication to The soldier In the red coat be- any other expression.It He-Going to marry the rich Jack .f; a 1

w- l' to refuse to marry the legatee to enable I "In prison. the president of France. At the same came a "boiled lobster" while the policeman is not meant half the time it is Hammond+! Why I thought be bad J

her ,to inherit without him includ- "In prison!r time the president received a call froma in blue was, of course, an"unbolted" said.Will thrown all his money to the dogs. She Fti 11

d". ed. This be refused to do, and his action ."Yes. I had as much motive for member of the diplomatic corps. or "raw lobster." Again It continue to make such a :-So he did but they turned out to b* 1

s.;'. called forth the scathing words killing that fiend as you. But," she The result of the communication and "to boil a lobster" was for a man to record 1Yes.Llfe. [evers.-London M. A. P. .

; .., with which this story begins., added pointing to the lawyer, "had he the visit was the forwarding of discharge enlist in the army and put on a red e I

If they bad not been spoken Cruik- 'not helped me to perpetrate the deception papers to Private Franz Ludwig coatr-Chlcago News. i I I. His Sun.

I ehank's sudden death would have it would not have succeeded. He and he left the corps with the Wouldn't Deliver. Mrs. Buggins-Before we were maN .:: f.Ii

I i solved the problem,for the lovers and manufactured at my request sufficient congratulations of his comrades. An Eye on the Future.A He was born in Dublin and lived in tried you used to say I was the sax .

'; they might have been united, the bride supporting'evidence to convict me." "What does It mean?" asked his captain man with a swollen finger that Ireland until about two months ago, II bhine of your life. Mr. Buggins-WeB. : C

Tt inheriting the fortune bequeathed to Too much crowded at onee upon had a deep abrasion under the ring when he came to Cleveland. Then he jl admit that you still do your best topake C

t her. As it was. Dresser was put on Adrian's brain to enable him to grasp "Have you not heard that the crown called at a Jewelry store to get the began to look around for a job. The I things hot for me. I

I : i trial for his life, and that life depend- this assumption of bU sufferings. But prince of is dead?" ring cut off. Before the operation was manager- of a furniture- house- - nrom- ','I .' I

f ed upon which had the greater ingenuity i when he did be did not know whether "Yes. It is given Out that he died begun he said: iced to give him a trial. { Th. Convenient Excuse. < t

I 't the man who built upon the I to fall at the feet of the girl who had of an aneurism, but it has been said I "Can this ring be mended so a pawnbroker "Come around In the morning and go | Hard luck Is generally the name peo # 1

'; theory that the accused was guilty or taken his place and worship her, that he committed suicide after a de i will give me the u.sual.AIIlount to work." he said. "and If yon can deliver bio |give to the thing that happens' ". t

""f the man who by his diagrams was trying whether to be angry with her for hav- bauch. But what has that to do with I on itr the goods well probably keep (fcrben they have been acting foolishly- 1

; to prove that the dead man shot ing done so or whether to fake her in your discharge?" l "It can be mended" said:the jeweler, yon permanently." {-Chicago Record-Herald. I

; f 1 I\ himself. The result In this case was his arms and love her Infinitely. He "It has this to do with it: The crown "but I doubt If you can ever persuadea The Dublin native went over to tell i j ;i tt

;,, that the theory of the prosecutor was decided upon the hltt: r. prince will not be a sovereign. He pawnbroker to accept it afterward." his cousin about it He confided to I Laughing cheerfulness throws son ..

"", established to the satisfaction of the Adrian Dresser and sis wife have will be nothing at least on earth. I[ "Then I guess I'll take chances on Mm that be didn't believe he'd go backto light on all the paths of llfa.-Richtat (

jury and he showed conclusively by hanging framed in their house the note Therefore a cloud resting on me has my finger getting well with the ring take the job, after all. ', .'

his opponent's diagrams that a' 'shot Cruikshank wrote before destroying been removed. I shall go to the capital on" said the young man and left the "They want me to deliver the "'- = (

fired In accordance therewith would himself. Dresser in showing if says: and receive an important appointment.1f store. goods. he said. "Think of going ,

miss the mark by two and one-half "Before the contemptible soot cover "Incidents like that," said the Jeweler around delivering big heavy furniture.Thafs ,P i: The Ruling Passion. -r .
Son-Pa, every now and then
ed. Inanimate thing appeared the state
inches. "WeU "show what a surprisingly large
what horses and wagons are
f\\ As accessory to his theory cbnhsel for attorney not only"proved conclusively "That's aB."' number of Philadelphians live with, for In my country."-Cleveland Plain something In the papers: about the '?.j..j.puaion.

the defense proved that there was In- that 1 murdered .Cruikshank, but that Count Zadsky's prophecy was verified. the pawnshop looming up lust ahead ,: Dealer. "ruling' ." What is It. any1rTtt .,'

sanity in the family of the deceased he didn't shoot himself. I am told He returned'to'the capital, was of them as an unavoidable evil. Of all i'\ P*; (after ji .cautious', : blame arouoditpartmentj ra1lllgtad <

and that his-grandfather bad shot himt ; that in law written evidence Is theoit.iSLf't appointed as be predicted and marriedthe 'the people who need their rings cutoff ,..- Harvard University.. Vae: ;) -irs disease jour tea;

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"Inside Job," be said tersely. Patted Her u

TELLiNGMARYI "You mean the servants?" demanded Tennyson on !

Jim. An Experiment the royal yacht : I j
then PHnress! of
"I didn't say so. ,,:
We leaned asai)'-t the IT :ntt-lpiece( .I I Grandu,"''wr." "I

while the dHwtive stared at the t>afe."Yon'Vlidn't nyson. -iu u cabin ? : .
Story of a Lost Necklace.By By R. PEMBERTON SLADE ,
ought to kep' 'em in the'I' cess sat close to \1

house" he said severely. young lady i i

"We are aware of that fact-now," ; Copyright. 1910. by American Press the other. The
remarked Jim Impatiently. "Give us Association. an open window.
1910. by American Press Asso-
fresh information if you can!" whispered. 'Put

Jim naswell cUUoal and 1 stared at each _."I can," snapped Mr. Bump ominous When 1 was surgeon on board the said I ought if I :
ly; Then his voice went on rapidly Allemania. making trips between self balder than
other across the polished top of the
without pause: "There was two men Bremen and Philadelphia as I was royalties. She
library table. Between us lay an open on the Job: they knew tbe combination taking my constitutional one after- on!" so I did. and ,

cash box showing a neatly tied packet had keys to tbe cupboard and noon on the upper deck a lady sittingin that tbe king i :

labeled "Marya Bond" In my extended cash box; it was a cinch for 'em. a steamer chair accosted me. fool who was In ( \

hand was a leather jewel case gents! One man was tall and fair, "I believe you are the ship's medical really kept a )

-yawmng-empty. with a scar on his (temple like Mr. man," she said. "He may be l

The necklace is gone" I gasped at Haswell here and the other feller was "I am" I responded raising my cap. learned court

lot the very spit of yourself. Mr. Dray- "If you will kindly sit by me I will I done the ladles i:

"Mary must not be told-yet,*' pant ton." He smiled Impudently Into our tell you of an operation I am thinkingof ted the unknown .
astonished faces. I having performed." :way of reply, /
ed Jim. resting back on his heels,
"What do von mean?" sputtered I dronned, In the vacant chair h*>- oat she was the [;
----- -- --- --
dusty and disheveled. No telling I
Jimmy threateningly."I side her. and she began. "Had you any ;
what might happen to her weak heart mean when a firm of architects is "My eyes are a natural freak," she "Hardly any.-

If, she became excited." I pressed for $10,000 and they hold its said. "You will perceive that my peak English.

There was a light tap on the door worth In trust for a relative Ifs an right eye Is black and my left Is steel gusted at my ,}

and my wife's voice, "May I come In?" easy matter to raise the money and color. I, being a woman am very sen- back. His head \

"Sit down, dear If you're going to call In the central office to cook up a sitive to my personal appearance. Now.I ceiling as be ] :

stay," 1 said. robbery yarn" he said brutally. "Now. wish to talk with you of the feasibility London .

"I can't stay Peter. I've got no end gents I'll give you till tomorrow after- of making my eyes the same +

of business to attend to," she said with noon to produce that necklace." color."

pretty importance. "I merely want to The door closed behind his shrinking "That Is impossible" I said decid The distilled

remind you both that tomorrow is my form, and Jim and I tottered into opposite edly. which when

birthday-you ba en't forgotten that I chairs and stared aghast at each "Why?" lar flavoring for

shall be twenty-five years of age and other. r 'Why-why, because It Is Impos ery known as .

that at last I am to have Aunt Be- "Fool Idea that, your calling up sible." strongest form a
thiah's necklace headquarters I muttered angrily. "I have thought much of the mat- of bydrocyanic
"Of course we haven't forgotten," I "You've got us in no end of a mess!" I ter and have conceived a plan by I dangerous. A

said, with dignity. "How the devil did he learn we need- which I think It can be done." ecuting an order ,

"I believe I shall claim It tonight, ed $10.000?" groaned Jimmy. "Must "You? Do you know anything about large bottle to a

boys! At midnight I shall be of age, have snooped around a lot on his way surgery of the eye?' that he had not i r

and you may deliver It to me then." up here." "Not professionally." straight on the

"Very well dear," I said drearily "It's his business to snoop. That's "Then why do you aspire to sug- it off again.

. ,. "What Is the matter?" entreated what you hired him for," I remarked gest a process that an educated oculist bel he licked it

:t Mary tearfully. "You both look so coldly.At would not even consider?' I t
sticking properly.
: worried." I dinner that night Jim and I were "Because I believe It is possible." he had "

." I took her In my arms. "Jim and I sunk into an abyss of melancholy. Thinking the woman might be in- trickle on the

are worried over a little matter of Mary was the very spirit of Joyous sane I looked her In both eyesforthe where he had nffi

business. It will come out all right In anticipation. She talked and laughedand eye Is a telltale on insanitybutcould when he touched
the end." merrily rallied! us on our silence. see no indications as to what I i
felt '
tongue he a.
"Is that all, Peter, truly?" Afterward she played and sang until suspected. along that .
I nodded solemnly. the clock struck 11. Then she turnedon "Very well." I said. "What is your his heart. So :

"You-you haven't been speculating the piano bench and rose to her process?" which was f
graceful height "I to tattoo eye 4
? propose my gray
and his
put tOD-t:
"Lord no! Didn't I promise you I "Boys" she said tremulously "I'm with India Ink." water. Never as ,
never would again?" going upstairs for awhile. Til meet I was at first disposed to smile at the
said would be
She drew herself away smiling. you in the library! at 12 o'clock." Idea, but it soon occurred to me that
I'm glad of that, Peter-It's a greats i. In the library! we smoked drearily If the India ink could be placed be- :
until the hall clock rang twelve dread- neath the surface of the cornea, as : ;
ed chimes. It may be tattooed under the skin- A Way

The door opened slowly, and Mary, Nonsense! Does not the pupil contract A man who i i" 1

I resplendent In white satin entered. and dilate? When much contracted It display '

I Jim knelt before the safe and open- I would leave a ring of the original col gers,in operating t
that be has
ed it. Silently he handed me the tin
s t box and as silently 1 opened It I or."My dear young lady," I said, "your feet when be is i !
button his wir
"Mary. dear. these securities will be scheme is preposterous." up
S is observed time : :
transferred to you tomorrow-today. I "Nevertheless I shall try it"
I of the popular: bil :
\ mean" I said lamely. "Their value "And lose your eye. _
served in [
now Is about S4.000. and you may do "That is my only fear. But I have ;
as you please about"- decided to take the risk." ers' convention / J'
That It I is
tion. u
"Bother the old securities Peter." in- Finding It Impossible to dissuade her ; .
taking to
terrupted )Iar"I want the neck- ,! or Induce her even to wait till she I
poker: h: ml- (" ,
lace." reached port, where she could be

I held the Jewel case in my hand. knocked out of her crazy idea by an cleverne.vs .'
\ H'c "Dear," I said "can you bear a'' oculist in order to save her from the eration tle II III happy.BacoD.'t.!
: don I ins a !-:tr :\
of her experiment -
shock?" probable consequences
hook up n !trown 1 ;: i
"What is it, Peter she half, whis I I said: bidden in the
"The cornea of the eye is not sensi- I f
4A pered. That I
ted. a !
tive. Indeed it is really a casing to 1 ..
"Dear the necklace has disap- one cheerfully 1\
the something like an onion.
peared: I blurted out suddenly. II eye. will ly must he lI )
Now. I would suggest since you
"Since when? demanded Mary. the Old Nick In ,
not listen to reason that I tattoo some
"We discovered Its loss this after- Chicago Tribune.A
II harmless fluid of the proper color on
noon-I mean yesterday at 4 o'clock. ,,
the eye as near as possible to the pu
If it does not show up. Jim and I will Nice
I pil. True It will soon be absorbed
make up its loss to you. ,
'; but It will be a test to guide us as to was
"Fiddlesticks: Open the case!" com- >
somewhat ImpE j
whether It will be safe to repeat tbe t
manded1ary. I
containing a
operation with a durable filling""how ; Y
I the and thereon
/Y snapped open cover approached the
long will this experimental
its white satin bed lay: the diamond I[
him with a egt
fluid remain? asked the lady. !.
s necklace: I "You can't
"Several days perhaps, possibly
"Jovt: yelled Jimmy, prancing excitedly -!! longer." he said. "That'll

about. I j "The very thing! Will you performthe or go by express." "
"A foolish joke. commented my operation?" "But 1 can't

wife as I clasped the necklace around "Not unless you refuse to promise pas ener.u"Te}
THE DETECTIVE STARED AT THE SAFE. I her graceful neck. She kissed me soft- I. that you will not do It yourself." And he tried to i .

temptation-to obtain money quicklybut I ly and then readied and drew Jimmy "I certainly shall do it myself unless The guard held ,

It's risky and worrisome. Good- into the triangular embrace. I you consent to do it for me." baggage" he l'!

by, dears. Cheer up and be sweeter "Dears" my wife exclaimed forget- "Well then whenever you are ready go Iu the btA' ;: .

tempered when I come home." ting all about the necklace, "you've come to, my office." "Oh. no." r ; :

"What do you say to my calling been In trouble over your stupid busi The lady did not come to me till tbe charming and I | .

headquarters and have: a detective sent ness. You needn't deny it. I beard you I day before we were due in port. It luggage. Don't : |

up here?" said Jim. I talking one night! You needed Just seemed absurd to attend to a matter it?" And he bad I. : .

"Let 'er go." I said gruffly, and while $10.000 to set you on your feet-not about which there was not the slightest astonished

Jim talked at some length over the ten thousand borrowed. dollars that I necessity for haste aud 1 made a breathe-Youth's i

telephone I rearranged the safe in its would have to be paid back but that i strenuous attempt to persuade her to I |

usual condition, locking the tin cashbox I amount for your very own-and r"ci defer tbe operation till after she bad: .

and empty Jewel ease In the cup- got It for you:" landed. But she resolutely: persistedIn Even the

board. "What:" we roared increduously. her Intention to perform it herself circumstantial \

"We will have to break the news to "Ye1, sirs" she smiled happily. "I've before a glass It I declined, and knowing at fault after I. ;

Mary tonight" I said' anxiously. committed all sorts of crimes to gain that this. especially on a rolling to be received !

"She'll take it hard after waiting all I my ends, and I'm not a bit repentant, : ship might: result in the loss of the Take the case of

these years for a 30.000 diamond although I've been dreadfully afraid eye. I finally save in. by any woman. '

necklace and then have It stolen from I you would find me out-especially yesterday I!I Taking. lot of needles. I tied them you will find :I '

under her very nose. Whew:" afternoon-you acted so queer. 'I Into a bundle, dipped them Into a but If you take ;

We sat in melancholy silence for an Now listen. I stole the combination 'I i harmless vegetable; preparation and the pencil you I r ,

hour; then the doorbell rang and Stlf- to tbe safe from I'cter's desk and I I I tapped the eye with their points ever her teeth.Mark

fins ushered In a small stupid looking took his key when he was sick two so lightly This I kept up till the

little man. with 111 fitting clothes and : weeks ago and bud a duplicate made I I surface to be covered was so nearlyof Ultra

grimy hands. lie tendered a printed I of it. so that early this week I took the hue of the other eye that the "I notice" :-;

card. I i my necklace and raised $10,000 on it" difference could not be easily detected. i reading; a ;;: :
."Ah Mr. Bump-be seated" I said, I I She paused; dramatically."I I I The next: day when the lady went wife had wrltl(> I

after introducing the detective to Jim. took the money to father's old ashore she was profuse In her thanks him for perusal : I f ._

1 found a box of cigars, and we lighted friend. Colonel Muldoon, and asked and volunteered to advise me of the a stupid ;: I

up him If he wouldn't please invest it so I. success of the experiment. I told herI 'mirage' instead I

" Briefly I related the circumstances: It would he doubled at once. I have should be interested to hear it, "Either will ]
: and myself were to tell the truth. I never expected i
That Jim Haswell heard that everything he touched turn- I though, 'They both ,
" executors of the estate of the late :Miss ed to gold... I to hear from her again. regard- i

l Bethiah Haswell (own aunt to Mary "He said he liked my nerve in asking Ing her one of those many cranks who I I !

}o! and Jim who had died eight years him to do such a thing, but be said he appear to be perfectly sane, but in "So Jack and
and left other bequestsone whose makeup some screw is loose.A Which I
; ago among was going to stir up Prairie Limited, : night.
to my wife; this bequest consistedof I so he put It In that" I couple of weeks later I received a "Why. my d<> j{ *

several listed securities 'valued at i "Lord of love: Prairie Limited- letter the handwriting of which was can't remember. I

; perhaps $4,000 and a handsome diamond I If. solid gold!" I burst out : not familiar to me. Indeed, it bore tonight must |<

necklace estimated to be worthat I "Don't interrupt. Peter. Yesterdayhe : evidence of having been disguised. It I .

least These were not to read: .
530.000. telephoned me to come down to his -
be given to Mary until she reachedthe office and receive the proceeds, and, My Dear Poctor-I am happy to reportto I
the experiment was admirably .
that I
which would you
age of twenty-five to redeem the Miss
dears there was enough successful. The tattoo lasted about Oldgirl .r-
happen on the morrow. necklace and ten thousand over-here's ten days, which was all that was required. pictures I bad
This afternoon we opened the safeto tbe bank draft. Am I not a financier The customs officers had a description of fect frights. ,
and for me. their attention having been espeetallydirected
check off the bonds arrange ?" : to mone gray and one black to Is no
their transfer to my wife and we had "You're a dI1rHn "' pried her brother eye. They were watching very carefully he Is
discovered the Jewel case to be empty. when I had released her. "But Mary, when 1 descended the gangplank' and ican.
Mr. Bump's eyes darted from Jim's spotted me for everything except the eyes I % a
It's against .
dear you speculated; Thanks to you I got JCO.OOO worth of diamonds -
l distressed face to my own and spoke your principles. You should not have through duty free. Your fee ty Taking {
for the first time since entering the done It even for us." | express. :Mrs. ,,

bouse. I "I never thought of it in that way," The letter was unsigned. The nt-xt very proud of I '
"Ill,look be said In a dry, containing a !
around she faltered! and then her face broke day 1 received a packase cestors came : =

bosky voice. into a lovely smile. "I did it for love fine diamond which I had mounted fora !. Mrs. Many Ro .
He examined the safe, the cash box, '
of you two, and what Is principle com- solitaire stud. first cable?-
the locks and keys, the combination to pared to lover After that I refused any request ofa e

the safe the rugs on the floor, the I There was only one answer to that, passenger unless I understood tbvI ,Oh. life: An

:window latches and looked tip ttrtr and we gave it ._' .. .. J I .reason for its asking. ... moment to the '

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4 Baptist Church Directory i Rail ord. I For Sale. 1 j r a,

Sunday School 9:45: a. m. i Rev. P. M. Jones closed his weeks The Telegraph has for sale a scholl

Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. meeting here with the Baptist church I ship in Columbia- College, Lake Cifj*. /I Statement of a Succe9 falt

?r t.: ... Bits ot Local 'l lIJt Prayer meeting, Wednesday 7:30p.m. last Sunday with fourteen additions. 'I'i Pupils: will intending do well to to address attend this that offices institution ) .' 1909(3Irs.l, PAltALA abel Smith has,Da11aeW absautel:ke"pe

i Sunday morning the pastor will preachon Rev. Sam J. White, state evangelistfor i of Malaria (Chills end Fever}.j J
"Consecration." The] sermon will the Christian church, delivered an Laundry (Changes; Bands.I -. months past I hare lived in the Qoma
.i Information be a message to the church by way of excellent temperance lecture here in behalf I The Starke Steam Laundry hag Louisiana. I never saw a well day fei

i preparation for the coming protracted of the Anti Saloon League last Sat I changed hands, J. C. Alvarez having, months. Malaria has held meiajttf gflp'
and for the
meeting. Let member who pos' i sold the plant to E. W. Stewart. Mr past seven week*I bare
every urday night.A.
confined to bed. Thanks to |
C.ne..nMOa.. r.. !.. 'JJ.MU.I ant/ PaaOlI
'' r N6.1fa .... c..u r..... sibly can, be present. Important busi D. Andrews made a business tripto I Stewart has already assumed manageI now entirely well againPAMALA." ***
ness meeting at the close of the morning Lake Butler Tuesday. I i uient of the business and promises

t '; f .. service. T. B. Handley returned from Jackson j I patrons good and prompt service. h'r ]: .

.I The subject Sunday evening will be ville Tuesday where he had been visitinghis j Mr. Alvarez, with his family, is yisiiJ .
: Leviton made a business trip to "The Wheat and the Chaff." Glad to family. J iting relatives at Oakland, no Quinine

during the week. greet a good audience at this service. The brick store of the J. H. Jones and it is nnders'tood that he Maryand'i. All Druggists fl.00 bottles, .s.

i "Come thou with us and we will do Mercantile Co., and the Citizens Bank ably locate there. 1.i =======
j only 30 cents a pound at J. I
t r thee good." are both nearing completion and will be Boat toe 'bite Ribbon Means 1 f I Teterans (to Heel
1!'. C. Edwards, Pastor. ready about October 15th. Attention of the members of J..l
t Every one knows it :
", I and winter goods are arriving Rev. D. A. Brindle, of Georgia, will means opposition Dickison Camp, U. C. V., is calfe' -
}. at Leviton's. Our stock of dry Are You a Paint Maker hold a weeks meeting at the Christian to the sale and use of intoxicating the meeting of the camp to be Wi
I '. liquors in all forms. It also stand fck
< r t clothing and shoes will be larger You don't have to be one in order to church begining October 15th. ,Tuesday, September 27th.; at 10'o'eloc#
:,. ) I ever. mix your own paint .when you have a Mr. Falspn, formerly of Mayo, has purity in art and literature, in lif1< an1' a. m. All are requested to be i
house to paint. It's mighty easy to buy conversation, purer 'homes and
: started the erection of a store building, at this
will receive in the next few dayi 4 gallons of L. & M. Paint and 3 gallonsof and when completed will open up a stock clean government. "Men and meeting.
t I of high grade skirts. pure Linseed Oil and put both in a "
consignment of general merchandise.G. ren, this last is particularly your ba
of extra sizes to fit all the ladies. large will then pail and make mix 7 well gallons together.of the You best C. Sapp has erected a livery stable Let our white ribbon be a silent iftfJfiariej ; T
u I 1.30 and filled it with fine stock and easy. to to "clean Mr. J. P. Markey and MistHarrell a- .
F a paint at a cost of about $ per i every one help up"; out
: ) has this season shipped and then have a good painter paint your riding buggies.W. state in November.MRS.. I, were quietly married byJE
i Strong house. The L. & M. is sold by G. O. J. Epperson, of Lake Butler, was 1'. J. Dekle at his office in the..caiiti
H. PBxups'Supt.
bushels of grapes from his place on Livingston & Co., Starke, and McIver here on business last Monday. F. | '* i house Wednesday afternoon

! lake, besides several crates & McKay, Ocala.Presbyterian Purity Dept., W. C. T. p. I:,in the presence of a few witnesses JIIt.-. "t .

; \ in Starke. Church Directory. Picnic at Starke. \ J ? The groom:and bride are pop Jai
bargains in all kinds of merchan- :young people of*Lake Butler and"make
see J. C. Carter. Rev. Wm. T. :Morgan, Minister. CLOTHING SALE Let everybody come to the picnic Oek their home there. Their WiI .
Phone 50.Sabbath. tober 21. There will be speakers oi national l
: friends wish them much
P. Porter, manager of the Co.Ope School, 9:45 a. m.. Sunday.J. reputation. Mrs. Nannie Webb happiness f

'' : Real Estate Association, of i M. Truby, Superintendent. Curtis, who is known as the "'Thn : Clerk's Report.REPORTof : -

'.' was a visitor to Starke' Preaching Services 11 a. m. and 7:30p. Next week Wonder," will address us on that dated the Clerk of the dr t
we are
r: also other famous whose and for Bradford county Florid, iwunai 1 .
fourth Sabbath speakers aanrM.
m. Every morningat nameq;
.' .. of Taxi assessed for tlie-rear 1909. '. _
will be announced later. G. W. ALDIHMAS,Tar !
Hawthorne. ; Collector
the :
and daughter, going to give
, C. W. Liddon 1910. .
Mrs. Curtis attended the World's Tem:
'. Sue, have returned to Starke from Christian Endeavor Society, 3:30 p. COUNTY PROPER.
1. +1 at m., Sunday. Cosmo Alvarez, Presi. Men and their perance Convention in Scotland as t Aug.1. To baldue Co Proper Fond 13e _
housekeeping Boys
fi and set no / I By amt collected..._ _, ,,!
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\ Ii cottage on north Walnut street. I j i I dent. delegate and has done personal work itt Sept.1. To bal due..u__.._ lit i0 ,.
Prayer and Bible Study, 7:30 p. m., inning. Beginning almost every state m the union against] COUNTY ROAD AND BRIDGB.: '. _
J. W. Hodges and family return- Wednesday. the licensed saloon. She is one of th| Aug. 1.To bal due Co Bridge Fund._._ ut. (
:By amt collected __ "- .
( home after their summer so Sunday School Teachers' Meeting, 4 Monday Sept. 26 most entertaining speakers ever listened? Sept. 1. To bal due.COUNTY___----____--___ 41;'. _
in the mountains of North Caroli p. m. Thursday. i to as well as logical and convincing. It BUILDINQ. -

They also visited Washington and Ladies' Aid Society, Tuesday 3 p. m. and lasting one week has been said of her "she makes her auj Aug. 1. To By bal amt due collected Co Building___Fund.. at .

leis'Msry C. Hull, President.A dience laugh and weep by turns." > Sept. 1. Tobaldne_____- -___. -.-,_, _

Sophie Reinoehl, after having cordial invitation is extended to everyone sale of Men's There will be plenty of dinner on then I. To bal COUNTY, SCHOOL. -
our ground. An orchestra will render sweet] Aug. Co School Fond CBS 111 !
the teachers' institute at Tam who has no church home to worship By amt collected...__ ":
throughout the day as the W. C.| Sept. J. To balance due_______ og '
: has gone*to St. Petersburg to join with us. and Boys' Clothingwill T. U. has engaged a band for the ocean (SEAL) W. T. WEEKS,Cletk..1,_ :
faculty of the high school there as a sion. Every body invited to come. ByR.A. wEEKS.fl t, '

". i during the present term of Advent Church. be on, and the ..,(
: Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. -
Sunday school at 10 a. m. values offered i IIbe
,. \, i( Geologists Visit Starke.

,, E. H. Sellards, state geologist for
: and Prof. Berry, of Johns Hop One Cent WordCLOTHES something not L4
o Flooring

; !' t;, University callers at, Baltimore the Telegraph, were appre office often seen in Starke. ,

afternoon. :Mr. Seliards was on
: "} way home from the lower Black cleaned and repaired by Jesse We have left on I

., where, assisted by :Mr. Berry, Johnson, City Pressing Club, phone Ceirg.H. \
I hand few ofMen's
investigated some phosphate de. 59. 9.?32tI, a pairs .

t Mr. Sellards is enthusiastic in a
FOR RENT-5-room cottage. Mrs. C. Women'sand
) and is almost constantly ,
,I A. Wills, Starke.
field. He has proven a valuable ding
Children's Oxfords :
t of the state. FOR RENT-2 houses, one $6 and one I :;
1 f8 month. Keys at Mrs. Born 1 ki ;s
.per .
Hctt-Reddisb. and the week : t i
; !sed's. W. Lake. 8-26-tf : '
tr ,', ,, Bryant G. Mott and Miss Audra j FinishAllJSjrades :
were married at the residence LOST-Between Starke and Eingsley following the cloth- J! .j:
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the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. lake Wednesday, lady's gold watch I ,I

\ Reddish of the Water Oak: section, with name "C. R. Duffln, Jr." engraved ing sale will hold a
a. m. Sunday, September 18th, in on back. Reward of $5 will

\ I of a number of relatives be paid finder by Mrs. C. R. Dnffin, little special sale to t .

: friends, Judge Wm. F. Malphurs Starke. it .
I close these Ox i t *
territory."M. the ceremony. out -
\.. I the ceremony a sumptuous FOR SALE-burner blue flame oil Teri Cash :.,

... ./ was served. stove, with oven, cheap. Phone 114. fords. If you want'a -::'I ?.-;i

:: groom and bride are both popular FOR ALE Klondyke Strawberry '
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". I people and they will go to house plants,grown by J. A. Howe. Applyto shoe bargain come j

\ ,! in Starke, where:Mr. Mott holds Bower Bros. 9.9-St McNalfc! & Son

;' position in N. B. Hull's i to see me then. e
FOR SALE-Good second hand New
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r \ Home sewing machine at a bargain. I .
I Lawtey Feels Chesty. Call at gun repair shop in front of .! .

t of the Lawtey base ball team Commercial Hotel. J. B. Florrid. M. LEVITON P $2U -
,; feeling chesty over a whitewash-
FOR SALE-Fine nursery grown strawberry ,
to the Seaboard Air Line STARKE FLA. : .
I. plants, Excelsior and Klondyke, .
of Jacksonville last af h
-. Saturday
price $2 25 per 1,000. Cabbage and .
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The 11 to 0. -- .
score was ,
celery plants! f 1.25 per 1,000 or 5,000 -
in the box for Lawtey, was in for f5. Sage plants 50 cents per 100. t4 %44 vivb4%%% I'
form and faultless
; 1 pitched a game T. K. Godbey, Waldo, Fla. 9-23-3t i :
the entire team gave him great sup-
FOR SALE 40 acres, 3 miles north DEPARTMENT

I feature that brought down the west of Starke, good location, 18 or 20 i' $ N. JD. Hull's 'I
cleared fcr and STORE
was a stop made by Gallison, acres ready plow
i : short stop and supporting Tes- plenty of timber, no other improve

.. -' at second. Teston reached for. the ments. Address W. E. Davis, Starke, ,:
overhead, but it. Galhsou Fla. 2-4-tf
Attention-* are opening 1JP daily the :>ie\v arrivals purchased
i one of his famous slides and re :FOR SALE Farm of 100 acres, 50
s the sphere before it reached the acres in cultivation, thoroughly by Mr. Hull while in the East: I; There will be bar-

I :' stumped; dwelling two and a half gains in every department-Shoes, Clothing, Dry Goods'ls', Notions, Hardware,
: was the third game: with the stories, 10 rooms, including dining etc. ;
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:ij .. team and Lawtey took two of room and kitchen; house in perfect i
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1 repair; good barns, stables and cow

i { Highland. shelters; two wells with brick and I !i.;
tiling curbs and cucumber pumps; Best Flannelettes at the old1 price 10 cents
M. Plummer is the guest of Mr. 2000 Yards a yard,
(...., Mrs.,E. L. Padgett. He has just water Starke.first Have-dass;1GO two acres miles adjoining south of worth that by the case. 1000, yards heavy, worth

: from a trip to Los Angeles, 15 cents at 12 1-2 cents. These will take
I : 4 this farm that will also be sold. R prices soon f er.y yard away. _
G. Reaves, Starke, Fla. 9 23-4t .
.. I t 7 H. C. Wimberly spent Monday l i s'!!r

;. WANTED-Cosmopolitan Magazine requires In our Horse Goods line will find' early
\.1" you everything'you
E. S. Van Bnren, of Savannah, the services of a representativein ,
,_:. Miss Mittie Padgett and Mrs. F. Starke to look after subscription re- need from a set of Harness to a Snap.; We can order you a set
. i; were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. newels and to extend circulation by of Harness as low as $6.50, if youvant heap goods. We buy
J'. Padgett Sunday. special methods which have proved unusually -
;y', t Lake, of Starke, visited the Ma successful. Salary and com Mflt..d., and handle better grades, too. l' .

;: lodge last Saturday! night. He mission. Previous experience desirable '

, I. the lodge in good; condition but not essential. Whole time or Try Us. .

L well up on the work. spare time. Address, with references, \'
;. H. C. Campbell, Cosmopolitan Magazine ,:
> : Sampson City. 1789 Broadway, New York City. .',.

;, I in this section! are glad to see If the lady who purchased $20.60 worth of merchandise Monday will
if rain stop for a while. We hope the
r storm will miss us this sea T. SWEAT present this advertisement on or before September 24th,: we will give her one
j .' and go where they need it. Dealer In dollar's worth of dress goods free of charge. !: :

Y. Colson killed the champion rat I, .
I of this place. Hides Furs and SkIlls ":..q.k' .
, f
i .. and Mrs. W. J. Jones, Mrs. Stone !
'.'" little Florence Walker have been Highest market price paid.

.'t to the beach at St. Augustine Starke, Florida. FURNITUItE E .

time.: a few days and report a pleas- \

f and Mrs. E. H. Smith spent Sat rBAXK CLABK. THOS..W'BLDDrG.' Sold on Easy Payment p lan,i! r

.; ..' at Sampson. Clark & Fielding, J. :
Chapman has returned Lawyer Our Showing Large. \t } I

We all welcome such
citizens as Practice in all Courts State and Federal Prices Right. S i' )w
'. ,. Chapman and hope the Sunday I ;
and the prayer meeting will boom i Offices over Gainesville National Bank 4 i ,

I Gainesville, Fla.

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