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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 2, 1910
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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; DEATH OF : BOSOB ROLL. STATE TEA H RSJ. ASSO IATION.. SDEAVOSERS, SCORED BIS : : ,. '; : 'j'J

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i MS OAR1R1DGLWE Jackson "The Marriage of Mr.Short ;, .; '
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Mia Fripp.-Willie, ]Elaborate .Are. Being.Made For the Meeting To Ee ." .
Alley: Paul Canon, Harry Canova Preparations Long,",given" bj the OhrlnUftn +- I ..
f" homu, Limbangh' ,Augustine Long, 'Ddety of the Presbyterian .
Decemoer
K Held In Pensacola 27th To 30th. .
'(IF 'EX-STATE ATORKEyFOOnT Tommy Lindaey, John Mott, Ynlee ..... j evening of Thanksgiving, ; : p. 7'4 .. :. '1

s mlth, Ira Wilson, Freddie Williams, i k. II t : a aditorium.. was a dedded lU .. -1,
BEAD WE' ATI R QM., Hale.[ Scarborough, Mildred Bobbin, :Dear Friends: welcome to the next a AunM-.tion"\e left JI eanie-Maud Hodges : : >. t h

I; : Jeianette Scarborough, Nellie Stearns, Our Association growing in power t o the local committee of arrangements. resting of the stage in a very ;S "' 2
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Lena Belle Ware, :-.Flossie" Williams, I every year. In part this is due to its at Pensacola. LaDDer and all who' took part ; jlo : :
Fell.Froa ,Blackburn Pearl Strickland: in De- Prof. L L Times of West Palm Beach gtaiament did welL The .
;1eD "She Btay Spell, G teorgia. 'growth to numbers. Last year :"4-::':. H It
Mitt, Millen.-Levy Canova Nelsonkeen Land the teachers voted to hold the next ras selected to respond to the addresses program Was carried out ia ; { -
; 'Striking, Her' Bead Against (; ; Clarence Hale Frank Kickliter, meeting in' Pensacola. West Florida of welcome at Pensacola. the] farce comedy: f } :',> :J

Bas Healer.a James Williams, Ralph Williams, Wil deserves this honor and having it we Treasurer Russell reported t278. 6 in Recitation by Mr. Ellery t'. f
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a t!ie Tompkins, Hazel Attaway, Lily. now expect the western section to come the treasury after paying all bills. Bong, "Carrie" by Mies ; Yt, '-:-'.'I' : ,,

Bailey, Talnlah Gnann Nellie Siloox out in large numbers. But let us not Motion prevailed that Chairman Tedler and Mr. Cosmo Alvarez. c'Ex. ', :, ,J

v.: BtMieDillon Hartndge, wife of laud Fralick, Maud Williams, Delia leave it all to West Florida. Special be instructed to engage Dr. Hughes, Recitation by :Miss Louise > ke on' ;,., ,. I

7 r former ;State Attorney Augustus G.Cartridge I jee. rates will enable other sections to get up of Toronto Canada, as lecturer for the Solo "What' the Use_ ," by ; oents :; t '; ,
was found dead to, the bath12ocm Miss W&mn.-Lena! Chancy, Myrtie excursion parties. Remember the date next! session of the'F. E. A. in Pensaco-!no Alvarez. J J'" ,
at,,the family: _residence to Jackson DnBose Florence Car. La. Excellent music ro1f"
.. Williams, Nettie and plan to go. piano : was ;., on ', :" ,, _
i riile Stmda,.. The. Times-Union of Mabel Vesta .Reynolds, It ordered that be made luring the Miss -:
t er, Wright LINCOLN Huu a Y. was provision evening by dec-- ..:z.;" -j' ;
'ilonday gives the following account of ]Florence Lindsey, Annie Lindsey, Mary LETTER FROM SCPT. SHEATS. for four principal lectures.It dr. Cosmo Alvarez gave a tesStes ', ;f : > i

.the tragedy: lenderson, Colorado Blackburn, Bessie was ordered that the chairman be t; OD. ; : if
*' Im ngwith'her head close to a casBeater' Lee, Ethel Kite, Clayton Scarborough Dear Doctor Halley: instructed to appoint officers to repre- The "bridal party" CODS : it-, r P;.<'-:: ,
from! which the poisonous fumes ( Ware Walter I am negotiating with the boat linesto sent the of School i all in > t
Clarence Register, George cause the American following, appropriate :wereagtbe ;::..: ,
here rapidly escaping, and with a deep : Kubl, Melvin George, Loyce Hen I carry an excursion of South Florida Peace League on Department Day. The groom, .Mr. Lester ."- ''."' \ t :t,

:bash across her forehead the dead body' lerson, Eddie Lee. Teachers acroes the Gulf. Give me the In preparing the official program for 1 bride, Mr. Abram Batsant; ct- ,.:
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Of Mrs.: Birdie.. Dillon Hartrfdjre was Miss Peek,-Victor Kuhl, Ralph Alvarez exact date. Yours truly, the Pensacola meeting the following assignments j Fattier, Mr. Larmar ; elect" L

found in the bath room'of her home, 915 James Kite, Telfair Long, Carr WM. N. SHE us for papers were made: I minister, Mr. Morgan Darby; ed for .',-

i "Oak street, shortly after noon yester j Dolley: Chester Gates, Harold Wall, SCPT. N. B. COOK'S CLARION CALL. .Prof. W. S. Cawthon-A paper on Ellery Davis; maid of honor n'-. _

.flay.The ]Henry Gray, Ella May Long Pansy Public School Teachers of Escambia Mathematics.Prof. ner; groomsmen,.Messrs. :J .,*: i

ghastly discovery was made by a ryre, Jessie Fbrsytn, Ruby Wright, County, Florida. Greeting: S. M. Tucker-A paper on English and Lucian Wainright; g in* ,, r: t'
negro servant who,. ,with Mrs. Hart- Mite Norman Josephine Scarborough, As we are to entertain the teachers of in the common schools. Messrs. Fred Campbell and .
ridge's little son, 'were .the only, other ;Gladys Horne, Aileen Alvarez Katie Florida at'the next Educational Association Dr. J. L. Kelley-Financial problems and flower girl Master Victor : Enoch ,;r b.?:--' \l'' '

fntpfrfrfr of the,house at'the time, Mr. :.May Riggs, Lulu Wilson Mattie Bailey December 27.30 next I as superintendent I from the viewpoint of the County Super After the "grave and !'I',j ; 'f."if" .*,..,-5-'5rV t\

.Hartr1dl8''beln1 at hi* office.' The ser-- 'Evelyn Gates. will expect to receive the cordial intendent. later had said the fateful ,J. J?.- : 4
taD$W occasion to speak:with her mis- :Miss Ray-Florence Canova, Myrtle support and co-operation of each, and Robt. M. Ray-Stressing the fundamentals groom, though trembling |J -,>., 4.? I*;-'-- ; .1

tress about something,' and not finding ,Reddish Lorena. Alvarez, Thelma every teacher to enroll as a member of of grade work.. ness, yet spnnkily placed a { M. Z. ,..J' ;. : I

her .In- her bed room hastened' to'' the :Moore, Eugene Griffin. Leslie Townsend the State Teachers Association.The Mrs. L. C. Clayton-Latin in the High front of bis "divinely tall" ]}{ 't|. : ..:') :.. 'I';.'': .,' i: ;
'',path,;wherevshe made the horrible dii.oovery. ; Robert Norman of this have not 1 "" ,' '. "
Clarence Ware, teachers county Schools. ped upon it and saluted her. [ R T /" : > !t; .
;* Roy George, ''Donnie McFarland, Ida in the past done their full duty toward Pensacola, Fla., Sept. 26, 1910. flower girl placed .a ladder | ] t:1'' ':" ;:. ,

\ Immediately" the,servant ran, to the Warren Maurice Langford, Newn the State Teachers Association, but, as Dr.. Lincoln Halley, DeLand Fla. lady., climbed up and pinned : Si. j P. : : -
,.IFe ci and reported the,matter,.and,IKr.jm4 Wainwrigbt, Hubert Johnson Mallory we arc to act as host this year, we will Dear Sir: I am in' receipt of your letter on her bosom. These I ,.: .

I Mrs JohnE. Hartridge were'among Lindsey Eugenia Bailey,Emma.. Powell. certainly expect every teacher in the of the 22nd inst. and take pleasure especially amusing, though : ,' 'Jr;.' : r:

:'the first/to reach the, tl eae. la the Miss Orane-Etta Register;Floy Bennett :-. county to enroll him or herself as a in giving you below the information, requested rang with laughter during : }": 't'. t.

peantime, .others .had ;.mm onr'd',Drs. Kate Duncan; Kathleen Alvarez;; member of this Association and enter : play and applause was : ; ..-a"' ,,' : I

r* Bott..Hoover,Harris and James Living Neal Langford, Cyrus Hoover Wilbur cheerfully into the work of helping to. The meeting will be held Dec. 27-30 Endeavorers netted $19.25 : ".,, :-:. -'
Won, wbo; reached the 'Hartridge home Scott, Charles Eney, Horace Wilson, entertain, the host of teachers that we 1010. tertainmenr. : Nrr I.. t : '

:.i in short 'order 'rendering every ,aid Alien Cancro, ,Rhode McRae, Lori expect' to be. with us on this memorable There will be a general reception held Tuesday evening Miss> : ; '-t .' ,:' , .

t ,;'.to medical skill bat their work Register Julius Noreaan Jim Kickliter: occasion. at San Carlos Hotel or Knights of Columbus berg gave a reception to the ; : f.i.BrUlJa "I' :
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't+ : 'in tutu: ,..as' life wa extinct when. Hiss .-Nlto Anders, Kate N. B. COOK. HalL ded couple. The bridal party r .''. ; "

itbey JLrrivedfMrsVHarbidge Haislop,.Raby' Dekta, :.Fannie Hale, EXTRACTS FROM THE M1XUTEQ OF THE The meetings will be. held in Knightsof to the invitation, all but j ,,
l, was the wife of Agra Lotus Wiley.. Jessie Thomas Clara MEETING OF THE EXECUTIVE CoiDUT- Columbus HalL whose shyness r. presumably 1 .,:: .: ,

[jlus G.I Hartridg < a well known attor Matt, Mabel' 'CoileYi, Thelma Griffin, TEE OF THK. F. E. A. IN DELAXD, We expect to take the.teachers on away. The reception, was ; .';,"''J'" '!

joey; and former state's:attorney' for this. Alice Agin, Beaia, ;jones,. William FLORIDA." 0 steamers,! to Santa Rosa Island Navy a merry "talking" party d tine. ,... .f.' ". ,
(.'.district.: -':--.. ,Thomas, Rawson Davis,, Dray ton Colley Dec. 31,1900.- .- Yard Ft; Pfkena;"'Ft. Barrancas 'aridother pan had apportnnity -to' : t .'.-< a',i ; ,

It is the general belief of her relatives tmerTaflor, The meeting was called to order in the points of interest. I conversational powers. TiD.'f'" ., i ;
and friends that abe went to the, room .Hiss,BUt ..; 'Gterge Gnann Frank office of President Lincoln Halley, with The teachers of Escambia county ate cutting of the wedding cake. J"A.. :: : ,, F. .

,{ preparatory i to taking a bath,'and being Lane, Homer Limbaugh Chester Tay- the following members present: Messrs. enrolling every day and you can counton dal party, in the same ,: Bob'tl:| 'h' '

dizzy from.a,billion* abed d% fell: strik* lor, 'York)Coleon, Fannie McFarlaud, Conradi,Halley, Tedder, McBeath, and at least 100 to 120. had worn at the wedding, : 'R.I ':.:k.: .
[iing her head against the-ga* heater near Gladys Man ,-AlIce :Moore, Allie Metcalf. We will have both badges and but up as on that occuion'U1d ; j ws Dock, \b, l \.<' '.
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'.]the faucet, allowtogthegas ,Rae to escape, :Moore. \ Motion prevailed that the next meeting tons. cut a piece from the ; soon ','
;land'that death Vat canned from asphix* High School.-May Fripp, Lois Thou, be held on December 27-30, 1910 In. We have arranged for special railroad souvenirs bad been enclosed : ,

;{11at> n, o&: from<,the,Wow,received :when Josie Inman, Rosemary Bull William: dusive, provided a declamatory contestbe and hotel rates. and Ellery Davis found a : Head ', '..,
bef, 11. Powell, Bruce Davit: provided; otherwise that the sessionbe We are going to put in some hard Green a ring and : '
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Kick'':; .
Mrs. :Hartridge was last seen alive held Dec. 27-29 inclusive and that this /work on this meeting and hope to makeit ble. The guests were beside ick of 'ir, '
.about'10:80 -o'clock-yesterday morning, I FORWEEk. EXMSQ >OV. 25TH be designated and advertised. one of the most successful that the party already mentioned, .d'1.; there'i'J.) : ''J;

,'land despite the fact that the was slightly ,Miss 'Fripp.-Harry; Canova, Willie Motion prevailed that the next annual Association has ever held. Misses Mabel and Beatrice 1A part .. i '

ill,:appeared'to spirits. Agtn. PauL Canova; Jackson. Bailey. business meeting be held from 2 until At any time you have any suggestions Reinoehl Fr ida Raue Grace id bills :' :4- ;

Mr,. Hartridge::'war J7 Year of' age Augustine. Long John Mott Tulee I p. m. on Thursday Dec. 29, 1910. to make I shall be glad to hear from you., rie Uglow and :Mrs. J. O. : .. 'l .

5 ;and.was'quite. popalar'in cial circles. Smith Thomas :Totner,* Hale Scarborough Motion prevailed that the selection of Yours truly party was a very successful : and,1n Jt very I

,She'was born Chattanooga T DI1., to'February ,' Mildred Beeeent, Mildred Rob- the speakers to deliver the addresses of N. B. COOK Supt. charming young hostess 'p, was 'C". .., r. tI l
; ,.1R73, and was married to Mr. ..bins Nellie Stearns,:Pearl Strickland thanked for the pleasant t r.
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Miss Millen.-RotB&e Dekle", Earl Edwards
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,A. G. Hartridge to 1895, wedding by all'present.Konament -'
\., FedoraEdwards, Nelson Green, Valuable Property Changes Hands. ar$. Martha Reynolds !ito the .' .
being one of .the.most, brilliant social I .
to Jacksonville Cnoreace Hale, ';Frat' Johns, Frank; 'Mr. W J. Griffin has sold his rest- Mrs. Martha Reynolds, widow of Mr. To Unknown J. -. I
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. Ki tUter. Henry. dots, Willie 'l"omp.. deuce on the corner of Walnut and Perry Reynolds, died at her home at "Madam, I treat myself'to omacfr -' ; ;
t; Her mother was Mrs.,Mary J. Cobnrn. kinv; Walter Thom ,;James Williams,, Pratt streets to Mr. b' H. Long, of thisHand Worthington last Friday! morning, November nre of inviting you to & I 'br :
she
with' child
tridowr who one when j
m Walter. : Weeks, Eddie, Norman, !l city. Mr. Griffin, besides turpentine 23th. Shortly before her death thing toward the erection fox: -
.married the late Benjamin F.. Dillon
few Attaway, Rhoda Bennett, Lily Bailey,, kt1 toess here is identified with several she had given birth to an infant that ment to one of the world' ; s field .. 1

who,'died'to Atlanta buried, Ghi front. a-Mrs. Hartridge'a dtiysago'and Talnlah Gnann, Louie, Haislop, Pearl)l other enterprises to Jacksonville, which lived but a short time. factors" said a slick and. czar : ..

I home was' la after'Mrs. Reddish Ida. &Dtet9 Ada Strickland,, compels him t* make that city his The deceased was about 20 years old to a Starke lady on whom he jo& r t x
f Wednesday :* La, He owns the residenceat and had been married. 1 close t to F
: Alice Strickland Mand Williams headquarters. a year. About "Was he a governor or : I >< {
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die Weeks, De11omllss.Walren. Lee. No. 140 W. Fifth street, Jacksonville six weeks ago her husband died;so that "Who he was and where & '
Hartridge'poneseed: a most sun Mary Moore Rut I sad will move his family there this within a short: time death had claimedthe alas, unknown to us. We he fox 't ,

,ny,jflispositten' ,and was beloved' by all Townsend, Lena Chaneef, Myrtle Wil week. Their many friends here regret entire family. Mrs. Reynolds, who i I ling spring but we do not ;and, R;

'who -were,fortunate, ,enough to'enjoyher lianas, Nettie ,DuBose, ifaria Thomas,, their moving away and wish them hap- before her marriage was Miss Martha i source. The knowledge of as he "

acquaintance. Before her marriage Vesta Reyncida, Florence Lindsey Ine:I pineas in their new home. Johns, was, much beloved by all who i would be priceless. His goes,'.* .
ihe;;was onsidered a-decided belle of Haislop, Annie Lindsey Clarence Reg Mr. Long has already been given posssk knew her and her untimely death is sincerely the invention of the phrase : e'r was : 1 '

;Jacksonville: : ink was,noted ,for her later, Walter K bl. Levy Alvarez,, .? >a of his new purchase and will moarned: ,by her many friends. humble submission.' What The, ..
-beauty... She was a woman of great talent Loyce Henderson Eddie Lee. probably move his family there next I The remains of mother and child were faith-Inspiring words and : Iby thai :'. 4.

;[especially in the art of'elocution. Miss Peek.-Fannie Townsend.. Christine week. His many friends congratulate interred at Crosby cemetery Saturday. ble. Thousands of lodge b1. A. r '

,*:'And. her mission in life'seemed to be to Johnson, Anna danora Glade I him upon the acquisition of this fine others, over whose demise re : ded to 41
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a brtog sunshine: and happiness to others; Home Aileen, Alvarez, Bessie Jones, property. Negra Hooter Arrested. regret are passed, die every | the fox l

always( taking ah active interest in chari- Maggie Dekie Mattie Bailey, Evelyn: About a year ago Moses Jenkins, colored words quoted enable the the r
work and was a devout church Gnann, -Hoselejr. and other the bri
' tablf. ; ; Gates Ella May Long; Marie Livingston some employes of the oe written while without l
*'. Mr. R. O. Gnann and Miss Belle StojkeTnrpentine Co., at their to get .
me.,91J Lena Carter!, Bessie DuBose, Mane still on not be done. They are to a : ,
She leaves; besides ''her, husband, two Johns Jessie Forsytb,. Ralph Alvarez, loosely were married last Saturday afternoon Bloe I pnd, were playing cards one of sorrow what the egg is Just r' ;

.. hhildrsni Susan Hartridge, aged 14 James Kite -John Langford, CheSte r November 26th, at the home of night, wt en a quarrel arose, and Moses You may have flour sugar, i five {
I Dillon Hartridge aged 8 the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. shot indiscriminately with bin revolver on .. '
years, and Gates Drew Alvarez, EUery Fntch I, I, the rest, but if you have no
years,' and three brothers Albert, Wil Henry Gray Harold Wall, Lloyd l Moseley, in the western part of Starke. seriously wounding Henry Campbell and is no cake. Don't yon think re dred. "

l1&m.and. Frank Dillon.. I Green, Barney McBae Victor Knbl County Judge Thos. J. Dekle performedthe two others. He then left for parts un. am, that the memory of the : : ded -to ,

II I Russell Hornsby, Hebron Underbill. ceremony in the presence.' of., many. known. of those words should be :: '
} 4 Miss ffclfes Injured, by Fall I Miss Ray.-Florence Canova Myrti e relatives and friends. Constable Mallory Jones has been on fitting monument? Ab, take a .... If
The groom is a well known business the lookout for Moses ever since and tae and' '
One day last week Miss Honda Mc- Reddish, Lorena Alvarez Flores brace the opportunity of ;
man, formerly of Starke, but now of caught and arrested him a few alaagh- !j
.a Afee hat a fall and injured one of her Matthews, Thelmaoore. Stella Homa days yourmite.
lower limbs. ,She was still able to move by, Lizzie Tyer, Leslie Townsend Car. Verdie Nassau county, and the bride is ago. The crime was committed in Clay "Did I understand you to in

abonV but being ill and feeble besides rie Belle Weeks, Donnie McFarland,, a. young lady. popular among a large county and Mr. Jones who is also a would be worth something ; Jack,

I'* suffering from the effects of the fall Ida Warren, Thelma Johns, Hazel t L circle of friends. They left Monday for deputy sheriff for that county carried tbe'man was?" enquired the ent the > > ...

she fell again later in the evening her Brown Emma Powell Eugenia Bailey, Verdi, where they will begin bouse- the prisoner to Green Cove Springs and "The information, would be within t. : ,

root and wu not able to rise. She was Hubert Johnson Newn Wainwright, keeping. lodged him in jail'tbere.BlaslIng priceless. load t. t

alone in the house but happily, had a Maurice Langford. "Daughter" said the lady and e
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,ia! *bell; ,:within reach. Otter having 1 :Miss Crane.-Kate Duncan, Gather Maas HUL-Orestes Fralick Robert filth Dynamite. girl playing in the ," ; | '
rungit several' times it was heard by ine Alvarez Etta Register Floy Ben. Gray, Eugene Bessent, Beatrice Willis, The explosions heard this and last torn old book you bad,e *Let his

L, Mrs.:Annie Johns and Mr. and Mrs. J. nett Willie Jones Cyrus Hoover LouiiWitkovlkir I Alice Prescott Joe Canova, Sladie Sas- week from a direction west of Starkeemanatec1'from then turned to the faker ] i iU picked. but

T. Quigiey, who board with Mrs. Johns, :Rhodes McRae Leo Ca. ser, Frank Lane, Homer Limbangh the blasting of trees and have no money to give yon, ,f ..

oDd. /:.they. hastened, to -Mill- McAfee' nova Jim Kickliter Charles Ensey LoOrville Mont, Albert DuBose, Willie stumps from the fluent the tramway called'FamilPhesea and : t'
?home and gave. .her assistance., rie Register Wilbur Scott. Haynes, Chester Taylor, York Oolson, being built by the Dowling 'brothers to thou doubtless will give : t y

Min KcAfee Is still illto' bed' but Miss Newsom.-Kate Haislop, GraoDnBose Fannie McFarland, Mattie,Warren Alva their new' timber purchase north of of, jour man. Yon may, get( ,sad .

,11I1C1eitbe care, of 'Mr*, ;Kbodea, a Ruby; Dekle, Lottie Wiley, Austin Ankle Morgan, Gladys Man- Sampson lake. One or' more auger can out of it and keep the 4
Y 'trained nurse, find kind friends:the is Jessie Thomas Clara Moltt, Mabel Cot sell Louise,Mattox, Alice' Moore Allie holes are bored in a tree at the surface The baffled faker I1om1D; +

'slowly improving. ,No person a in Starke. ley.Tbelma Griffin, Alice Agin, Nit Moore Clara Agin. of the ground and sticks of dynamite the gift and threw is .into ;, y
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Elmer School. May Fripp, Louise inserted. ,4b the greatest force of the ,
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'hu j more friends than BUs McAfee Anders Bessie Jones: Hornsby'; High explosion; strike downward ditch. nary ,.
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['andthe sympathiiee; with her in her John Dale Rawson Davis, AdasGreen II Floreus, Miriam Darby, Leetha Sasser, snapped from the stump and the latter : ,,=em- &'.
Elmer I Joce Inman, Rosemar Hull &," ., is driven'into the Section Foreman N. D. .'
Illness. and hope ,for her speedy, recov Taylor, Drayton ColleyWillieRyala. ground and out 'of the : :
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; "'-., Sale of Bops. Stocks lodgedAgainst tfi sirLE Lii'I
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FIarnes Spreadth'. Rush and the IMa Raids 80 Important. .That Postmaster ; ;

..., .,..' ,,"f". Trapped Girls Began, to Leap From ; y .General 1 Hitchcock Took. _Charge, four miles ,from -., Very NEWEST, IDEA rauee{
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; Windows' of Factory Some Were Postal Inspectors Fell on Two BigN. -_ .

i ,lCaught In" Life Nets; -t : / Y. Concerns and Made Arrests. At age:of 30, for $100.41, : yourijjsl i
r, f : ': : -s Starke. Have i
(a saying of,$8.37 a month) :wOf r-f r
In ten minutes twenty-four girls In raids so Important that Postmaster I' == : : ,
.I 'were burned alive In Newark, N. J., General Hitchcock took charge in been offered E ceive after your death $ ] Month for';: i

\ 'or crushed to,death .on-pavement. person, his Inspectors fell on two concerns $; 20 years, or$7,200.00 in all! '
.In leaping from'the windows'ancJtlre In New York city which, they 4
! escapes'of the four-story brick paper charge with swindling the public out $200. What will ..
box factory at Orange and High of more than $40,000,000 by fraudulentuse E At a slightly higher i would'\ ;

streets. Sixteen of the twenty-four of the malls. 5 continue for life. \ 'i; tx
,bodies recovered have been.Identified 1 Sheldon H. Burr, president of Burr ? -
give
*,"and six girls are still''missing. They Brothers; Eugene H. Burr, secretaryand you :: L9EL nD

r maybe! among the ,unidentified or treasurer of the firm, and Frank Tract is N. E 1.4 of N. W. 1-4 =-= Write forBates at ''Learn: B& tf
they may be in the ruins. H. Toby, Its vice president were arrested ,
Fifty were taken to hospitals, two \ In the, first raid and held m 's ection-17, Township 6, Range IE YOU can Provide an Jncc>ua J=
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for Your
Family.
of whom may die. Among the injured $20,000 ball each. The government ,;i; 1-
> Is Joseph"E. Sloane, deputy fire charged that the firm sold between F
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chief, who was caught by the falling r $40,000,000 and $50,000,000 of mining 22.C. E.P. DUNCAN Agefli
: wall and burled in bricks and rub- : Photo by American Pteu AMOcUUen. oil stock worth little or nothing. ,

I bish. He is badly hurt, but may re- Charles L. Vaughn, a director of M. DOYLE == STARKE1 ,
: tover.; the Continental Wireless Telegraphand -
The, ruth of flames was so incredibly WINS FEDERATION. Telephone ompany, incorporatedin BREVARD N. C. == ,
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swift and threw such unreasoning Combined Labor Interests to Meet In Arizona, was taken In the second 11-25-41 #JJ1UUU'ill J111 1 bi llllr ll Ul
terror into the huddled working Atlanta, Ga. raid and held In $10,000 baiL Inspectors I .1
girls on the top story, that the body. The American Federation of Labor say his company has sold a
of one was found still seated on a closed its thirteenth annual convent to the amount of at least $1,000,000, I
., : charred stool beside''the machine a tion at St. Louis by choosing Atlanta, which has brought In no return jto
; which she had been busy when the Ga., as Its meeting place for next year. the Investors. Vaughan Is treasurerof
first cry of 'Tire" petrified her with The entire list of officers, Including the Columbia Finance Company, OUR SPEGIAL HOLlO A OFF1: !:
bight President Samuel Gompers, Secretary which' acts as fiscal agent for the
The building was extremely Inflammable Frank Morrison and Treasurer JohnB. Continental Wireless Telegraph and
. and the first gush of flames cutoff Lennon. were reelected.The Telephone Company, and had chargeof ..,,
I fi: all possible escape by the stair contest between Atlanta, Wash the Continental office In New York. "'
,-I ways. The elevators made one trip ington and Rochester, N. Y., for the Both raids were further evidence' wno We Are We are Importers and Distributors of hig and Am
r but took down no passengers. The next year's meeting was the featureof that the government In Its warfare Wines and Whiskies. THE SEDE .ARE I19 CO. IS OF JUff ,tI1] r.:,,
:(;; only exit was by two narrow fire escapes the final afternoon's proceedings against alleged interstate -swindlers,
W No other importers can make generous : r
: Why We Make These Offers
the lower platform of which
Delegations representing the threo means business and no longer will The trusts cannot to
,; was twenty-five feet from the streetOnto cities made vigorous fights on the be content with issuing fraud orders '- compel us prices We t
in large quantities. In dealing with us, you do not pay profits,to We sell-'
these overcrowded and steep +
f > floor, but the southern city won witha denying them the use of the mails,
1: lanes. scorched with heat from lowerwindows vote of 8,739, against 5,337 for but will press for convictions on origInal class goods at less than half what you pay elsewhere. We have to introd"
pressed forward a mob of Rochester, and 265 for Washington. charges. The present campaign products to the American public, and are willing to give you the r foresighMj
; women, blind with panic driven by Fraternal delegates to the Britisa began some months ago, and has resulted advertising methods. We simply want to prove the worth of to make a m
: .; the fire and the others behind them. I Trades' Union Congress were chosen in the arrest of Louis Colla customer of you. Your trial order will do more to prove the ; than a||
; A net had been spread beneath the in William B. MacFarland (careen and his associates, charged with' oper advertising or letter writing we could do. .
windows and the girls began to Jump"like I! ter), of Buffalo, and Daniel J. Tobiteamsters of bucket '
string shops; the As
tolour
reliability, to banker and have '
uofficers Reliability go your : ; up in
rats out of a burning bin" was \a
( ), of Boston William
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Bradstreet Mercantile
1 the way a fireman described the pet Agencies, and he will tell standing, r
Tracey (plumbers), of Philadelphia, officers of the United Wireless com
Express Agent write Express Agent in Cincinnati and
your any
mell descent was elected fraternal delegate to the pany, the United Exchange of Chicago we stand.ts
1 Canadian Trades and Labor Congress, the Steel-Miller cotton firm of Cor can be assured that we will do exactly as we say, and that you best. o f,'j,*

: :' QUIET IN MEXICO. while Vice Pr/esident; James Duncan inth, Miss., and more than sixty other.' ment at our hands. ,

';' '.--, was selected as the federation's delegate firms in different parts of the coun Testimonials Below we reproduce testimonials from a few of customers.':.
,, "" to the international Labor Secretarial try. have hundreds,more but selected these because ,
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Government_ Now Has Situation Well : ,men*
:, ; ,' In Hand. ,1911LIAR to .be held at Budapest in August known all over this country. Our goods please them. Don't are Woii:

There have been no developments CAUGHT IN QUICKSAND. trial by you. a
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quiet reigns throughout. the republic AGAINST THE Fearful Experience of Gilbert Stephens II Cliff Gordon,the"German Senator," the Bobby North,one of the stars of the l" 1 of dmerie* ;' '
i, : of Mexico. y I Near New York. actor manager who has made the world lies of 1910 says: "I don't believe I ncr : ESJI:":: ,
General Lauro Vlilara, commanding Gilbert Stephens Is under the care j,. laugh, says: "Have never had better lhad" such good whiskey as your..Prlrnte 'i'n: foroae gaBozt ok "," p
quors or at better prices. I carry them eStock.. How can you sell,, it for UM h Pouch each' '
ENEMY OF hiV
the forces along the Mexican border, COTTON of physicians in his home In Silver i i f'rwhfLreith "
I me. price S" I "
t, :, has received advices covering every Lake Park, New York, and may be y eaatom a,:r
ti, point from Matamoras to Cludad Pot weeks In recovering from the shock
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You will that we have listed number of standard .
I|I note a in .our
firio Diaz. of a long battle with death in quick ,
On the American side, where detachments Boll Weevil Conferenne Held sand.' I I 1 i I i blank. They are, one and all liquors that are fit to grace the side home in

I of soldiers are on duty from Stephens had taken a short cut ica. We want to call your especial attention to our famous ." 1_
r .. .Brownsville to Eagle Pass, there are In Atlanta. homeward and stumbled into a de- one of the best holiday liquors that has'appeared in years. It is recipe thatbeen -,

no,developments. pression which was formerly the bed I,I handed down from generation to generation by the Royal and is..r'
General Villara ran down the report of a small lake. The place is widely for the first time, put upon the American market. Too much for it- '
that a battle had occurred in the DECISIVE ACTION IS TAKEN 1 known as spotted with dangerous I I :
ol In the
neighborhood of Eagle Pass and that quicksands and Stephens found him- I(2 I any pods assortment mentioned '
Francisco I. Madero had been wound self In the grip of one of them. The quarts In order blank, shipped,all charges prepaid U
ed.' The Mexican officer communicated Approach of the Boll Weevil on Georgia more he struggled to get out the ;

: with Colonel Pena at Cludad Por Cotton Land Has Caused the deeper he went in. For two hours he I of f any goods In the* assortment! mentioned '
trio Diax and the colonel declared the shouted for help until finally his 4 q arts 't2'
Planters and Those Interested 1 In |In s '
' order blank sMpped all chafes
story unfounded. He said nd trace of I voice was silenced:: by the mud which prepaid
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lladero had been found. Cotton Growing to Bestir Them rose above his shoulders and press.d '
Captain J. H. Rogers,'of the Texas selves on his lungs so that he could hardly
Bangers, returned from Mlnra, Te zaa breathe.
and reports tranquillity In that vlclnlb" The boll weevil conference came to The quicksand had reached his chin Special 35-DAY
an end in Atlanta on Wednesday.For .
He states that any force of revolutionists and was pulling him slowly but surely -
which might have existed in two days representative farmers to death by suffocation, when W1I- ___. '
that neighborhood have either taken cotton mill men, cotton oil men, ', lIam Piscule, a town constable, who T>ls applies from 14,.20th la Bee. t 5 fb. laclHlre lad win :
to the brush or have crossed the river bankers and fertilizer men from all was out duck shooting saw him ands '" '
into Mexico. sections of the state listened to talks i came running to his rescue. Placate QUARTS OF ANy GOODS IN OUR

The ranger force of Captain Rogers, by expect experts from as the to invasion what Georgia of the may boll I! hurriedly picked up an armful of 0 ASSORTMENT, Shipped by ExpressAND '
together with the brush ""P\
force of the United i and sticks which'he threw out -
weevil in 1912, and at the close these I I I
i States marshal and the United States men turned homeward fully realizingthe I on top of the quicksand. This gave .. FOUR quarts ui!any goods In ear assortment j
f army, still remain on the scene In order him a fair foothold and he reached
gravity of the situation '
t to prevent violation and down to Stephens, the
any of th< tying straps of
neutrality laws. equally determined to do all in their his gunbag beneath the helpless man'3 12 Quarts IN THE SHIPMENT FOR
power to prepare for the coming ocotton's shoulders. After a long struggle he
a.
worst ,
GREAT PROPERTY LOSS. The congress,enemy it Is believed by many I' down dragged exhausted the prisoner on the out shore and laid o'Win the I IF IN ORDER TO INTRODUCE OUR LIQUORS WE OF CHAR*

will mark the beginning of a new erAIn lake. : ONE GROSS OF THE FAMOUS SWEDEN ANTI WITH

New. York Fires Cause Loss of $150.- Georgia, an era of better, more intensified SPECIAL OFFER. ,THESE MATCHES ARE A GREAT THEY i
000-People In Panic. and more intelligent farming ALONE WORTH A GOOD PART OF THE TOTAL COST I
I Flrei In New York Sunday drove than the state has ever before BATTLE IN A CAVE.
hundreds of known. II I .
,, persona panicstrickenInto
in Mountain Recess "
Trapped One of
.7 the streets and caused property Throughout the entire two days the Gang is Shot to Death. :We Pay ExpressOur ,
i : damage approximating 1150.000. There fact was stressed that intensified farmIng Trapped in a mountain cave In ,
were no casualties. Is the only way to successfully I
I. : Fire destroyed the Throop avenue fight the boll weevil. which they had sought concealmentafter and guarantee our goods to be just as repreSented, as stated i a1 fourq'

Presbyterian church In.Brooklyn,and. Heretofore better crops have been Ohio, three breaking fuglUves-'had Jail at West a sharp Union.revolver i FREE offer is limited to thirty-five days, so get your holiday so as to avoid

caused a panic In the aristocratic the only incentive offered, but now 'battle with Sheriff C. W. Gib- lay, as all express companies very busy: at this time of the ,

neighborhood, where apartment dwell while the reward Is the same, a penalty bony, of Adams county, Ky. One of offers are the most liberal ever made at anytime, at any firm. ,If.'-
.! ers rushed Into the streets by hun of total loss of the'cotton crop is the fugitives was willed and the other cannot use twelve quarts yourself, get some of your friends to- :, and
dreds. Upwards of threatened unless this intensification '
$115,000 .
damage two surrendered. vide the shipment when it reaches you.
J resulted. in farming methods Is adhered to.
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.' The men broke Jail fled to the Ohio THESE ARE ANTI-TRUsrPRICES. AND YOU
i This the farmers
Eight In. present at the
two4tory frame dwellings con- '
river and crossed to the Kentucky THEM WITHOUT DELAY AS THIS OFFER WILL
; NEVER :
a row In the Bronx were burned, the terence heard from the lips of almost ,
side. The sheriff, with one deputy, Send order TOD -NOW!
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i your Ourhol'lday business
blaze spreading so rapidly that hundreds every speaker that mounted the platform { ,.and to
of panic-stricken- people werecompelled and It is believed that the truth followed, and when he caught up with :prompt shipment, orders should be sent in immediately. ,I
the men'fa the mountains
ealle4 upon .
to flee .In their nightClothes. : was driven home as It has never been .
before. them to surrender. no..er.wFa ''tr(TF.4R OFF ORDER BLANC AND MAIL.) (FILL IN BLANKS CAREFULLY.) I
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,.. of the conference, the gathelug the men, James Smith. Sheriff Glfcbo* ,; -ORDER BLANK.--------------------- .
TURRET CORE CAUSED DEATH. has been gloriously worth while r'ay'i, first shot killed SmHh, tad ate rt:
---.. were the boll weevil not to be considered John Qa.k4ns and William Barks.; ese ;GGtvUem Find endued I------.-..to which please I Bemtt by U S. or or bj
Fatal Thanfcsglvlna Dinar In a at alL out of the cave with hands elites ties' forward" by: ncntwe tM foltowtny artier:_"* If you send penonsl : collection-
f above their heads. They agmd to "
Brooklyn Home. I Ot'-1tTS. 'NAM OP (i OD1.
Gertrude Goldstein a 10yearoldBrooklyn Y.E E MUREEXEB. return tP Ohio without 1lattipia. Name
girl; Is dead in her"'home SWEDISH PUNCH i

}I ,aV the molt of swallowing a turkey Bodies of Two Bore Found In Care WHQIE FAt3HT- .POW3E0.. -__ S. A. PORT P. 0.'r::, Sul I IT
bone- with her Thanksgiving daydinner. Una Swamp. -
I i I Guy Rogers and Prentls Moor*. Oysters In Turkey Dressing Thought S. A. SHERRY 1 .
The bone lodged In her.agsop hags aged 15 and 11, respectively went to Have Been Came. Express Office } '.
Five persona in the family of F. W. S. A. BLACKBERRY
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and could not, be: extricated. Herrlolect hunting Thanksgiving day In the
Gibson residing In Mobile Ala.
la-
coughlag: merely stirred thebone swamp of the Pee Dee river near R. F. D.
eluding his were poisoned $ A. Private Stock / or St.
negro cook, Whiskey
and its sharp end finally pierced ;Bennetts ville, S. C.. and- later their .
from eating oysters.and,had, a, narrow ;
the wsll'of the aesophagus, causing bodies were found in a ditch near '
great'. pain. ..The. fWf, "mother, to their buggy. They had been escape from' death.t S. A. CORN WHISKEY County
ate'turkey staffed
They
allay her suffering,,gave her some tea 'd recl. with oysters
hart the Circuit left oTezr-from the Thanksgiving Address your envelope plainly to' : .
to drink : beverage .leak | court was adjourned and tin er and soon afterward suffered I .' f+
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and trickled downiato the lung. The Bennettsville engaged in search for I excruciating; agony. for several boors, THE SWEDEN-AMERICAN '
tad it was .only by heroic .
treatment .
child became ,unconscious .ai the, assailants of the lads.Rogers I '
almost ,
Chat theirs lives ,were !. ." IMPORTERS ,
: ance',.and"died :'wltieut, haviag, r r was the son of the county I saTee, '.. ,, 'y t AND ,:
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D. I tile Mo. needed help rod couldn't find the and Life Pills again, write A. 't ck, .
STATE M E WS family,was prevented is told/ byvJU ( frost-bitten toes fingers, ch p. ,
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ilf't.1:fff S ," he writes. "She was' very thin I reels for all distress ,from Backache, But snob troubles fly before Backlea' all others failed. Uwqttalted :fni Ei1. -

l 1 Happening In orida as Told by and pale, had,no appetite and seemed to Nervousness, ,.Lossof. AppeUte, Lassitude Arnica Salve. A trial convincesGreatest ioosness. Jaundice IndIgestIoniad. '
Things ThatAre ache, Chills, Malaria and Defciiity SSc:
grow weaker every day, as all remedies I and Kidney disorders. He shows healer of Barns, Boils, Piles, .

: Our Exchanges. ," failed, till Dr. King's i New Discovery I that Electric. Bitters work wonders for Oats, Sores, Eczema and Sprains.. Only at all druggi Cl. 1." 111. "., ,, '

_F; ..,. was tried, and so completely cured her i.such trouble "Fire bottles," he 25o at all drusnrst: Sorry H. Didn't. !1 .: .& .
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that she has noC.been troubled with a writes, ""hoU".C11red me and now I am
"I knew .
-- that fellow wheo.bhave j4 n't
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[fl.- "_ ,"-. -- cough since. It's the best; 'medicine I well and hearty" I5'a.also. positively Oath That Binds the Blirmaa .

f V.ilbrittan was shot and Idled by A new German colony is being opened ever saw or heard of." For coughs, guaranteed for Liver Trouble, "Dyspep Perjury,,having been rife in Rangoon a dollar' exclaimed tlfe..;.: eait'ijusman. \ ', ,.,."':; .r. -.,,-i''

.,JL_ in Leon and five thousand asthma hemorrhage I sia, Blood Disorders Female Complaints i. ) :, .\ .
tfoderbfli Wednesday night, at op county colds, lagrippe, croup.. courts because no form of oath existed '
has and :Malaria. them. 50c at "That may explain why .)ie li: fiot :;:;
troubles it no Try -
'- o' !oCt at the Iatter1s home in the acres of choice fruit and truck lands are all bronchial which the Eurman considered bind ; .. .
equal. 50o, $1.00 Trial bottle free. all druggists.: more genial toward you no*.. Too ,vi- Y: "
.net! hborbood.: Attrition had been now in progress of colonization.Bob Gaaranteed by all druggists. -. tug the government prescribed a formula ,dently didn't lend him on&.. Ws ftag- : .. ;,:t..:. .
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'-t rancncla"and was on lila way home Matthews, who baa been held here Ingenious. which Is a que r admixture of _ton Star. : "j'I I ''', '',';,';, ".
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Burn and Fame.It "
Lily section. While in town be for several months and who left here Having to explain the statement that Buddhism, BraLmanlsm and Shaman ;;' '
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: Is aauskij to learn that Burns the sun never sets on the British empire Sickly children need .WU1'3 -J : '
Ivedjan express package containing Tuesday morning for Pensacola, did; not ism. IIere are phrases omjt. picked 1
I'a: just tiuicigiug from obscurity a ;youthful essayist wrote as follows .. CREA VERMIFUGE. K no* nly < ; i "- .'
:.hilf pint flasks of whiskey. Stopp- make the entirtrip as the plans of the jocularly autk-iiuted that his -birthday : "The sun sets in the west. at random: "If an untruth passes my destroys worms, It thre be rtoy, bi; :," ,"::.1 ;;. ,

'1 at the; home of Underhill, who is his officers were broken when they reacheda would come to be noted among other Now, the British empire lies in the lips, may all the gnats that lire In acts as a strengthening, ionic l'ihe .:; ,,' ,

r-n-Iaw, he called "Underbill small town near Pensacola. A large remarkable events.: In a letter to his north, south and east."- London lakes, ponds and brooks and the gnatsof stomach and bowels. Price 2 lJer '.,' '':-.: '

become' oat. Underhill and Dillon cumber of masked men boarded the early patron Gavin Hamilton lu 17SGhi Strand. the five great rivers'of India destroy bottle. Sold by Mitchell's IriStarke rt", .<, '' ,

r phywent to the'buggy and Albrit* train at this point and overpowered the says, 'Tor my own affairs I am In me. May curdled blood. pass my Fla. t : / h
.. Wheezing in the lungs indicates that Ups rather than a lie and' 1 Idle ," \ 1
:i gave:them a drink of whiskey. All- officers and took the negro from them a fair way of becoming as eminent as may A. Serious Objcctfoy. t ,
is the air
Thoiaas John phlegm obstructing passages. vomiting blood, my body bent Intwo." .
while a Keinpis or Bunyan 1 see the young womay wfe, suet
and and after. This
ri$on was asked to" supper lynched him shortly BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP

.- and Murphy were eating Underhill negro has been held in the jail at this and ;you may henceforth expect to' see loosens the phlegm so that it can be Deep-seated coughs that- ordinary who was so anxious for a career}uas '., ,

my birthday inscribed among the \Von.1 coughed and ejected. Price 25c 50c both external and married. I. thought she told 1 1sabe -, .
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eat out in th0 yard and built a fire. place for safe keeping and was on the up remedies require .
derful events in the POOL Itpbin and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Mitchell's internal treatment.; If you buy dollar wivs wedded to her art." J

fter finishing. his supper Allbritton way to Pensacola for a hearing in a case Aberdeen almanacs along with the Drug Store, Starke, Fla. I bottle of BALLARD'S HOREHOUND "So she 'was, but she got;, a v5rce -, .

..?_. in the yard and soon accused Un- of assa.ulrvbicb; be was alleged to have Black Monday and the battle ot Both- The Last Word. SYRUP yoa pet the two remedies you on the ground of nonsupjjort: -Ex ,

|erbill taking two bottles of his whis- committed.-DeFnniak Breeze. well Bridge.." need: for the price of one. There is aHERRICK'S change. | '- .:
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every t
RED PEPPER POROUS
kill
him. Mrs.
,1. and j threatened to In Daytona and vicinity all vegetable Heartburn is a symptom of indiges- pa? Peckley-Oh, no, my PLASTER for the chest free with each A sprained hukle will usually flisalle 0 !
Underhill
heard tbe threats and insisted who aft- tion. Take a dose of HERBINE in chlld. Every little while a new word Store .
growers replanted immediately bottle.: Sold by Mitchell's Drug the injured i enon for three tr) our

her. Husband coming into ths house er the tropical storm of October have such cases.: The pain disappears in- comes Into the language. llobbyWhat's Starke, Fla. weeks. This is due to lack of !p per' t treatment.

[his he lid bat he was closely followed stantly. The bowels operate Fpeedily the latest word pa? Peckl(>y- When Chamberlain's Jni- .: -

1 ,Allbritton, still threatening to kill now splendid prospects and early vegetables and you feel fine, vigorous and cheerful. Your ma will tell you. She always The Medicine She Wanted. oient is applied a cure may be effected '
will be forthcoming almost as Price 50c. Sold by Mitchell's Drag
three four This lmiV_nt is '
in or dpys.
Underbill graboed his shot gun has the'last word. Village Dame (describing various '
soon as bad been expected. Fall let Store Starke, Fla. one of th beet and most remriablepreparatiuns
|nd wife endeavored to take it from biliousness aches and pains)-My throat 'e did go
.his tuce, raddishes, onions, etc., are now in I Close to Us. I If you are suffering from in use. Sold by aJi deal. .J
m, but be wrenched the gun from her constipation, indigestion, chronic head tickle tickle, tickle, till I ses, "I must ers. J .
the market and the prospects for fine "What are the things that touch us _ 1.: -
ad shot Allbritton when he was on throb ache, invest one cent in a postal card be a-goIn' to be 1:1.: So I 'olds un j. l'
crops are excellent.Representatives most as -we look back through the send to Chamberlain Medicine Co., Des Musical Note. : ,
and about to enter the room. The years?" asked a lecturer Impressively.There Moines, Iowa, with your name and ad- tight wi my 'and, but that didn't do "Your daughter practices:: en the piano :

i was but a few feet from Allbritton of District 16, Federation was a moment's pause, and dress plainly on the back, and they will no good; I puts my old stockin' roundun faithfully, I notice. .Now). 'tulne ;

lieu, discharged and the load of shot ol Railway Employees of tbe Seaboard then a small boy In the audience an. forward you a fretfeample of Chamber but that didn't do no good- So In hates It." i; 1 .

$trtck him on the leftside of his nose, I Air Line, at a meeting. held in swered: __ lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Sold the marniii I talked it over wi' Mrs. "Mine does too. But she'd frither, ''.: '

tung' instant death.-Wauchula Ad.ocste. Jacksonville last week, adopted drastic "Our clothes." !_' by all dealers. Giles next door, and we thought as practice all day than help .wltT the ..:: \

articles condemning the citizens for aiding Children take BALLARD'S HORE- Explained. we'd send over to the White 'Orse for housework."-Louisville. Cottri.'t-Jour- ., ,' .tI\

in making Tampa a non-union town, HOUND SYRUP willingly because it Professor Knowitt- You've been threepenuorth o* gin. cos I ses: "P'rapsit naL 'S : -- .
of rosin shipp- I' c'
The largest cargo ever offering sympathy and aid to the strike tastes nice. There isn't a better remedy studying about the scalp, Mr. Freshe. may do I good and p'raps it mayn't. Carrots. f' I .'y: -

from Pensacola left a few days ago ers, and asked all Union men to purchase anywhere for children's coughs, hoarseness Can you tell me why my hair keeps But even if it don't" I see "you can't Carrots were first introd ::1. into :'\<. -

Hamburg on ,the British steamer and bronchitis. It's a good medicine falling out? Freshe-The laws of take it when you be dead!" '
only such cigars as bear the union blue Flemish :
England by gardener1i tne
Jouth ,America.' The shipment amount- and easy to take. Price 25c, bOo gravitation, sir. If you had the least .

d i to 49,000 barrels and had a valuation I I label. and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Mitchell's personal magnetism, sir, your hair The greatest danger from influenza is time of Elizabeth, and in the 4Ign tff ".

1283,000., I.I.f I Col. T. J. Watkins of Orlando, accompanied Drag Store, Starke, Fla. would fall in.-Life. of its resulting in pneumonia. This can James I. they were still so un< mmon ': .
that ladles bunches of t1ii
be obviated. by using Chamberlain's wore on .
Col. W. H.
by state
Cody
The Florida Educational Association agent Classics and Clothes."I The peculiar properties of Chamberlain's .. Cough Remedy, as it not only cures influenza their bats and on their sleeves etead .- 4
I I of the American Agricultural ChemicalCo. suppose you would like to have a have been thoroughly ,
Cough Remedy
L meet in Pensacola December 27-29. but counteracts any tendencyof of feathers. ;
., visited the company's famous orange customer with a figure like the, Appllo tested during epidemics of influenza the disease towards pneumonia. Sold ? ) .

Fred .Metcalf, who has been photo- grove at Scott's Siding recently. Belvedere." and when it was taken in time we by all dealers. Soft. "; .

ipbing the records in the countylodge's Although 001. Watkins is the largest "No," answered the taller. "Hand- have not heard of a single case of pneu He-Taasi you know, I W1U1tioftnd'. : i .
monla. Sold by all dealers. something to take up my D-'Jldt. iba'I'I>I ; -
'office for Palm Beach county, in Orange and some men aren't always the best pay. The Bread Board. ", ,
orange grower county, Have tried 'fs."
u completed the work, which embra- has the finest grove in that county, and I'd rather have one with a figure like Wasting Time on the Devil. Hold the knife in a slanting manner you blotting papsr2I.*[.--i ::

i about. 5,000 pages., These will be Croesus."-Exchange. It Is wonderful how much time good 1 and follow the grain of the wood : \i .-
owned the
formerly famous Nocatoe while cleaning Sheriffs! Sale. 4
off bread p
[ in book form. people spend fighting the devil. If dough a .,
grove, which he Gold for one hundred Many persons find themselves affected board. Also do the washing of it ..4. e
Mr the Ocala of thousand dollars he did not hesitate to with persistept cough after an attackof they would only expend the same from NOTICE Is hereby given that I. J. "IAnro'! ,
Carnthers, yard man As this be amount of energy loving their fellowmen away tbe iron sink, for the least Sheriff if Bradford countyirorida, ,
he Gout Line,.had occasion to take an say that the Scott grove was the pretti. influenza. cough can the devil would die in his own grease and black will get into the under and by virtue of that certain; 'a I$of ex -:\
promptly cured by the use of Chamber. ecu tion issued out of and under-the i. f the .
le up,to High Springs Sunday andinbiiyearsS4inPloridbenever est thing he ever saw in the way of an lain's Cough remedy, it should: not be tracks of ennui.-From Helen Keller's :. soft wood. Circuit Court of Bradford county'terlda '..
and made offer of until it becomes of Life." Against John P.Coffin, Francis P. Cofl ,Dam -,
> ; orange grove; an forty allowed to run on "Story My p.Oomnvartneratradmgand dothgpusIneas '

iw so many bogs in the fields as he did thousand dollars for the property. Six troublesome. Sold by all dealers. as John P. Coffin & Sons, and In fa r of the ,
Nottce to Appear. Bond& Bours Company, a corporate'\ on and '
Master's Sale.
this .intervening distance. He said years ago the company offered this property dated November 21, 110,will offer f o and .... ,

Jhe country emed to be dotted withem for forty-five hundred dollars, but Teacher-Define Stability."stability," Tommy." Notice is hereby given that under and by In Circuit Court.8th Judicial Circuit. of Flor- for'tell to cash the at highest the court and house best door bidder in f:,-iheref.ie; town ,i!f .
under the virtue of final decree foreclosure made and ida, Bradford county. of Starke, Bradford Florldaoa Man- .
from to those asji of Col. and county,
big supervision
a suckling as Cody Tommy-"Stability" is what a man has rendered October 25, 1910,' by the Judge of the day,the ; : t

i cow.. Sorely, he said, there should be tbe care of A. J. Bardin it has been rapidly who takes care of a stable.-Exchange.Mayor's Circuit Florida,in Court and for of Bradford the 8th Judicial county,Circuit In chancery of- LIZZIE vs WHITE, )> Bill for Divorce. 2D DAY OF JANUARY,Wtl ,.

scarcity of meat in-that section and built up. Last year it had about sitting,In favor of Bradford County Bank, T.C.WHITE: ) the same being.legal sales day pf sad court ,,}
,
of all 8,000 boxes :of fruit and the beforeit corporation,complainant, and against N.D. during the legal hours of sale; the ipllowlng! .' .
consuming NOTICE TO APPKAE.
they were busy year Proclamation. Wainright, Administrator of the estate of B. describe estate situated In Bradford coua7 r, ..
hf:crops of peanuts and velvet beaustedeipeciailyformeat produced 9,000., This season it is estimated M.Scarborough, Llska L. Scarborough,Lucia The State'of Florida to T.C. W ito, Greeting: ,Florida to-wlt: *' .
far. that it has been I O.F.Hoover, Mayor of Starke, by virtue Scarborough, Josephine Scarborough Jean- having been shown by affidavit that the Sw} of ae section 22; nj ,of si&of eoK ...:" ) '- ,
the
and than
more 12,000 of Lhe authority vested In me b.law, do here- nette Scarborough and Hardy Scarborough,defendants F defendant T.C.White U a non-resident of Won 28;. on&.i andn, ofsf ot auction?T, ". ,
call election to be held in the aforesaid .undersigned will offer for sale before i '
boxes.Wauchula by that alLfntownshipsoutbrs.iwo2beaat.V' I
situated have it. Advocate.
thus -
sore to
: are : the State 0 Florida and the residence of
the court house door Florida
the voters therein on at Starke, .
town,by qualified J. N. LANOioKD. ,
said defendant Is unknown,and that laid defendant -
this Florida looks differ between.the legal hours of sale on Monday, .
particular .
Sheriff Bradford CoJ1orIda.
e
la the of
The Live Oak Democrat says: "Fully THURSDAY,DECEMBER 15,1910, over age twenty-one yean.It
DECEMBER 5, 1910 ordered. considered and ad- r '
t from what it did a dozen la therefore -
-' yearsago. thirty miles of the Florida Railway have thl of electingOne to the highest and best bidder for cash the judged that the said defendant.T.O. White do \ '
Star. been this for purpose following described lands. situated in Bradford appear: to the complainant's bill of complaint SEABOARD |IT :
graded side of Jacksonville.Alargeforceisengagedinthe Mayor. ,
-
\ county,Florida,to-wit: herein on or before the f
Aldermen.
Three I
The --Sooti, Beach railway in St. Ao work and ,I One Marshal and Collector. Lots(,5 and 8 in block 10; lots 1,8,4.5,7 and *D DAY OF JANUARY, A.D.1911, Air Line Railwa : ', :
|
.
One Night Marshal. 8 in block 18; lots I,2,8, 4 and in block 14; : "
if, which has not operated a rego- we are told by next March the graders One Treasurer. Iota 1,2, a, 4, 5,5 and 7 in block 0; all of the In default whereof a decree pro eonf ao will .\I' ':i :
;:schedule since the recent storm, bas wulbeatworkbetweenhereandWhltOSulphur One Assessor. above described lots and blocks In what la be wintered against the said T.C.White. : ,-I .,
AND OP .
ARRIVAL D6PARTURE TRAINS.T. ,
One CIprk. known as Lincoln City, In Bradford county Itl furt'-er ordered that this notice be pub ; 4-:.
,Inaugurated, its service. During Springs with probability of a In testimony whereof I herewith subscribemy Florida;as per map or plat recorded in Book Ion Uahed'in the Bradford; County Telegraph.a IecUft New_ IK. .'it '. -. -
and cause the seal of the 177 of the public records of said.Brad published at Starke. In Bradford II r -
connection with the line: name page newspaper
t6rm roadbed washed out here in at ,
the
July
was (SEAL) said town to be hereunto affixed. ford county Florida. county,Florida,once each week for eight"cpnmacutlTe : i I I
i many places and the bridge somewhat the, farthest. ,The Florida Railway extension this 10th day of November. IBli.... 1 A.. Z. ADKINS, weeks. -- No. 43, soutivboundNo. ll.Oima.. I : .,$ .
C.F.HOOVER. -Special:Master In Chancery. In witness whereof I haye hereunto set my 65. .'. 4.24$ fcu. ,'- ',' .
L Delay" "of material was the will prove to be no dream, but a Attest: Mayor. A. V. LONO hand and affixed the seal of our circuit court No. 81 .
O.A..FUTCH,Clerk. 'I Attorney for Complainant. on this the 2d day of Bonmber"A.SEAL .ll.OQp.ra.- : : ; .
t to finish the reality and within a few months the i \
ute, 'Ua..taktnllO long ( ) D.1910. I No. 66, north-bound ;;4.l iJ p. m. ,e -,
r entire road between Perry, Jacksonville W. T. WXEKS.OIeTk.I I No. 64 : I a. I ; "4
By B.A.WEEKS,D.0.
and Fernandina,will be built. PROMPT SERVICE ANDTSATISF/ACTION_ 79 EVERY CUSTOMER. No. M" : }D.' '., ..
The sad news was received here Mon I .4oft -- .

ntgbtof. the death of Mrs. L. O. W. W. Grant, a delivery man for the CARR'S MAILOLDEST ORDER HOUSE Notice ol Final DIscbarge. WAJCSX&: : B1ucnr. .: : 4!" ;,, '. '. ,j

asters h1clfoocurred, that afternoon Standard Oil Go. was killed by his own No. 181 leaves StarkaNo. \ i6.a.. m. '. .
Notice la hereby given to all concerned that ; > -
it a mile from Williston, while Mr. gun near Perry last week. While driving WHISKEY I HOUSE FLORIDAR six months after date hereof I will present my: 184 arrives :,,4.Jm.( ':cl' -

itn. with the between his he final returns.administrator of the estate of ;_ .
: Hester were returning home gun legs, .
THOMAS CAR PROPRIETOR G.H.Kersey, late of Bradford county, Florida fr
'. k trip In their automobille. In reached over to fix the harness and the (Formerly of Augusta, Ga.) deceased, and apply to the County Judge oi CedarKeyLNos.43,8l NOL 54 and 15 run between OS and JacnoaJrtp M bat-tin*Jaasonineand and; ."'' '
.
Bradford county. Florida,for .final dIi- *1it
_tcnsccoontable manner Mr. Hester, gun, in some way, was discharged, the SUCCESSOR TC>>> WILLIAM BYRNE charge. my" : Tampa, ltois. aft" lUtMtlTM: _r .

ho. is considered an expert driver, lost load lodging. the region of his heart. 127 MAIN STREET JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA Administrator of G.the KBBSEY Estate of G., H:j B&arteudW&DDM... : -,-, : f,. .<: 1 J, -

..ofthenoMueand'anIntoatee. ALL LEADING BRANDS OF WHISKIES, 1(WINES, BRANDIES, CORDIALS IN STOCK Kersey,deceased. T. 3. OBTTflPVv;A(nt. 4S.
Mr. Flagler1 Thanksgiving gift to PREPAID PRICE LIST. Sept.2,19l0.-.Om .C. BOTLSTON, A. O. P.'A*. JfackK vffl ,
OINS.
Both .
thrown
i occupants were '
1! -
:Miami was a deed to the magnificent '
it of tho machine, Mrs. Hester's beading church IMPORTED QOODS. Qts. Qts. I2Qt&Ehimeall tr..t ,
Presbyterian and beautiful 1ft"
manse .
.,
sgainjrt a tree and she died from rained 4 Qts. 8QU. 12 Qts. Old...Gin___,.Double...____ 4' J
grounds, at over $100,000.For Stamp $4.00 f7.75 I1UO -
Mr. Jaa.Hen essy'888tarCog- American Holland Ola...__. 8.00 5.75 &50.
afterwards.
Injuries shortly
; years Mr. Flagler baa been keeping nae Lrafldy------------- $14.00 $19X0 O1dTomGin8.00 6.75. &50Rhimeall .1 t
WILLIAMS
Biter. was also injured internally, his the property and providing for the John Dewar &5 Bon's Scotch Straight Gin....__ 2.75 &25 7.00 PAYS TOE FRHIIT .f

being badly braised.-Gainesville pastor.up Black'Whiskey and Whi___* .Scotch____ 6.00 6X0 11.80 11.BO 17.00 17.00 Imperial Rose Oln___.__ 2.50 4.75 1M i I .: :

I ''biskey----: : BRANDIES. I

Jon.The :I About 100 Indians of a Wild West T. ;J y__....____....-__ Leo 1150 17X0 Qts. Qts. 12 Qts.II I; 211 Welt Bay St. -P. O. Box 401JASSOirvlL. B; FLA '. ; i ,I,,'
steamboat' company which recent- Tkerhead Jamaica Rum.. 6.00 11.50 17X0 4 ,
show which was in Pensacola last week Holland Gin __....___ __ 6X0 9.60 14.00 Apple and Peach, very old. $4.00 17.75$11.50) .
1, b ut out ,the Howard Steamship held a peace They had a Plymouth Gin__._..____m__ 6X0 11.50 17X0 Apple and Peach, straight. 8.00 4.75 7.50 J. J. WILLIATIS i i' '.
powwow. Apple and Peach.._________ 2.50 4M C.75 '
4ne t of the Oklawaha river has just erred OportoPort Wine._..___. 8.00 11.60 17X0
cow butchered and it was cooked and GOlden Superior 8herry..._ 6X0 11M 17.00 Banana and Apricot__._.__ 2.50 4.75 740HUMS. .\ 't ,
L a big automobile.track to be used eaten in true Indian 18BO Port.-.____--_ 8X0 WO 8.00 ; o'! 1
style. ._ 8.00 6.50 8.00 CASE GOODS. .
hauling; freight from Silver Springs A. G.Convento's Sherry HOMESTEAD CORN WHISKEY
& Leflls
i Ocala. This will insure Ocala water The city council of Orlando deliveredthe Richard Claret Pierre....__-_____ 8.00 5.50 8.00 4 Qts. 8 Qts. 12 Qts. DESOTO RYE. 1 gallon jog express paid---J..4 ,I 60 :t I

ition and consequently cheaper solar plexus blow to Dr. Axline's Rhine Wine---______-_---__ 8.00 5.50 '8.00 Felton's NewBngland Double Stamp____?Old___ $4.00 $ .5O $11.00 Full Quarts Express.. paid.____'| 5 00 SPECIAL OFFEB.J! : i .

tel and this new freight line ought to tigat lid ordinance. Not because the STRAIGHT WHISKIES-BOTTLED IN BOND Felton's Single Stamp New 6" ?____ 7 00 Idlebrook Whiskey drunuiDiitillaryBottling. :. -
6 YEARS OLD. England _____ _____ 8.00 3.75 8.50 12 _____ 12 75
members of the council not in favorof .. Express PtHd| '" I
i immensely popular and will no doubt are 4 Qte. 8Qts. 12 Qta. Felton's 90 Proof if ew

liberally patronized by Ocala mer. enforcing the laws to prevent descra- John Gibson's Rye_________ $5.00 $9.50 $14.00 England_..._______._._ 2.50 4.75 740 12" freight paid______ 12 00 100 Pints in drum Express paiL.$36 00 '
Pure Rye____.___ 6X0 9.50 14.00 ITT A .
Maryland
: tion of the Sabbath but be- wrr Ma No. 10 RYE. 200 Half Pints in drum "I WOO-)( .'<
anti. perhaps, Old McBrayer Rye_._____.. 6.00 9.60 14.00 MALT GOODS.4Qta.8Qts.l2Qts.. ;
: cause the proposed ordinance was .contrary My Maryland Rye._.__- 6.00 9.50 14.00 -' 4 Full Quarts Express. paid____$320 Sold only by dram; Will not break drum : >) r'
9.60 14.00 ,
6X0 .
Rye- OH 41 J. ttIQ
The Jury In the circuit court of UDDyBrook 4 50. -
case I to the state statutory law. Whenit GucJi nhe1mer's Rye___.,__ 5.00 9M 14.00 Duffy's Malt,for medicinal .
(I II II John A. Whitney against the A. O. L. Cascade Rye __.-.- -6X0 9.50 14.00 purposes______....______ $440 $7.75 $11.50 '" 900 1 01
undertook to make exceptions as to Old Oscar Pepper Rye.___ 5.00 UO 14.00 ShaWsMalt--...._______..._ 4.00 7.75. lUOHenlY's 24" K If II _____ 9WRockyForkperbottIeExt4140: : :t
ly..Co. bas rendered verdict' awardingthe it rendered itself unconsti R. P. Pepper Bye__..__.._ 5.00 9.50 14.00 Malt_..._________ 4.00 7.75 11.50 ,,. ';,
| complainant $20,000 damages. The occupations 01d6veboltRye_______. 6X0 9JO 14.00 Corn Malt______._....__.... 8.00 &75 UO OLD HALIFAX RYE.!: Rocky: Fork, per case "- *? V1.13 75 <
tutional. Old Corn Rye .....-___.....6X0 9.50 14.00 4 Foil Quarts Express paid____$ ".20 N. O. White, betterpl gal : ? > 3 60 '11' :.
I consumed four days and was 'lgoruil1' Bovin Valfey, straight_ _(5 GOODS F; O. B. JACKSONVILLE.Peach 6" ". GOON. O. White, fine, 1 gal c'; 3 75Laoral 1 ,
.____.__ ._ 4.00 7.50 11.00Remember
oontested by both sides. Attor- The Burns Cigar Go's cigar factory in years -) We PaT express charges on all 12 'I == 12 00 Yafley Corn, 1 gal", ,;,. 8,35 5].1': ,t .

Ineys for the plaintiff contended that BrooksvUle is said to be one of the most orders amounting So 2.50 or more. No express and Honey frcm $240 to $3.00 per gallon SUNNY SOUTH RYE. RYE'WHISKEY Exprea > Paid. :' ... ,

jyonng Whitney while, .in.the successful and growing enterprises ever charges paid for less than$2.50. DOMESTIC WINCS. far Gallon
perform. .
BLtKDCD WHISKIES.. 4 Full Quarts Express paid.___$2 76 ". j I
Qta. Qts. 12 Qts.
fanes of his duties, was ordered to repair started in that town. The pay roll of These brands ire known to everyone. BoV California Bberry________ $1.25 $2.25 $150: 6 .. ____ 400 teen City___..Expreis4&$20 \. il.! '
.
I a knuckle to the coupling on the cowcatcher the company is between $250 and $300 a tledbv the dlstulers. and are Dd&rdhe Cabello Sherry_ 2.00 8.75 6JO 12 to II. ____ 8 00 SoUth________ rf ,, 3 75RyeMalt W
: week. world over. Note, the low price on same. Calif oritla Port..________ 1.25 2.25 850 86 Pints _L, 13 00 -..;.. u. '*. 1835 _' 'ij j
I that while perfecting the repair 4 Qts. 8 Qta. 12 Qts. Stan'd Blackberry CordiaL 1.25 2.25 8JO ifc .'

I whichjwas he The commissioners of .___._____..____.. $5X0 $9.50 114.00WilllOn's Choice Blackberry: _...._ 1.25 255 3JSO YELLOWSTONE BOURBON. Hurdle Bye, SpeciaL 4 Ie ; :i L
kflfrlffi1H1 WM injor- county Gadsden Lewis 1I Carlos Port.._____ 2.00 8.75 sic Orerbolt .. _..__ i" 450 t J "i'
... 6X0 9.60 14X0 -1.5 J
__.. 4 Bottles .__________$ 6 40
---------- ,express.--,
!$1. The fact that tbe engine was being county are advertising for bids for the I W.Harper_.__._--u- 5X0 9.50 14.00 OaL Sweet Muscatelle 1.25 2.25 8..lJOGanett' Rich Hill..._. rT l '1 '- GO 'f"Cueexpreslpald
_
.Old ppenaoq.OO 440 040 ,_ ____ 13 75 ii .. j .
[operated without automatic couplingswas.t erection of a new court house. The old Echo Springs -- UO GJiO 14X08JO Planter _____ i 100 ,, : !
Old Bhemrook.--. 4.00 1m 11.00 The above wines are absolutely pure,and are OLD BOONE: : Old Boone____ u l''f" g 00 .. ;
I distinct! Tiolauo' of the state law buII31lngatQuuoy.IsuIdto! be inadequate York Hi1L.---. 8..00 15.15 the most;popular selling before the public todaTe t .
"_: Belle of the Oo te ..__..... 8.75 6JO 8.15 BottledinbondbytbeUB.Oov'm't. W11''PrimteSea1 44 ; ..$00 .:.;; .1 'J..
|:Yo Wbitnaf,,whp'ls cnty.18 Yi&rIif for the.present detianAhe cost Mellow BpriDga;;:::__ 2. 0 4.75 TXO CORDIALS. .Ejtp.tjald5 00 ALCOHOL.Oat .....": : 'J I' ..
... = .' 4. .......
.also prunntf4 iBegOtgent treatment ?.**%!**_ building,folly furnished_ and CORN WHISKIES. 1MU ....,; .PerQt. 1 .1IIi.:.u ExpJudd. _.-.. 12 75M '. t, or,

b1*" oonftneiiin the rallw&y boipital equipped' is cot to exceed fifty thousand 4 Qta. 8 Qta. 12 Qta. CJn nJ .25 Pull48FiiUKF.ats.,- :=__ U a' Oat i Grade Only and:JngYEx, '1&._ ; '
,
.
':
Im _
,1.75orar.a. .
10. ,
\W-sycrosa. Tbe moompetency.of at- dollars. DouWeBtaryp.OldCorn 100 __:..._......- s3M .mStrtJght 18.10 YeUow .. .Imported UOV.m ..'L l&4.. '" a: ,. U .1 I r'r. I Jr '
Old Cort 110 proof ZJ5 US UI uJa. rtoed--. ':- 1JJO r .'
the
-preseafea to ""
n4pxph1As The Fanners' Union warehouse, valued Golden Pride Coru.-I,.... IJD 4.5 vjDQ PSWaqdajmd :-' -- _____ UO $, ..; .:D Tnu Q...d 1 : ; ...
that the of.Florida J1St.; e ,
;
;showing amputation
,
Jtiry, .
at $3,600. about 800 bales of cotton: IdonotyexpUchagetaTYtbingpcrtalnhtf | ? 12.l O per gallon. i.bandl. sinht V .... ,'. ,' ._. ; .
big l above vu '''I u ''''' 1<1 '/'' ... .
tupecszy.OientUe and' a.carloadof: fertilizer valued ataboat$23OQO tO the Uuobus1n ..,. if t.hem.ara7 gqea 0a want -.- ; ." .r : "r. "!' ___. '- u .
.
SlID.. > were totally destroyed by" ich an noViti this list, Md412ipq9i : t m'.l; ;wiU .fprw ; .M. you ( ,l .tM Q'L -'I1 .
all--of the South- fin: Oottondalo Uk is oatffrowiftg at week with insuranoa .i ba or ;;IIIIQ'.Jle1a4 a- 1 gt 'Rr"y. : -: ;
'
.: Htsswfthths. eeqion of TsnthaiE ,' only on the building, and this only. nrpse" ,AU goo4a.PUD1. 4. r be Put Food The I .1'' q,' \
-- '
fowbalai of ccttoa, ; -- '" "- : .J',:. r.. :' ,. ;' -'Wd' t.fiit.koo J;'" 1r : --1:: j i r :O'.U. .. ; i >
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. '. On.Yer..........u..u..a.. ...........fLCOeixMontfci. ter, Number 1SG9, of I :' OUTFITTER TOWOMEN :

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Catered. In"tbePtrttoffloe at 8trke, Fla., asJ -
\ 8eoond-clue Matter. Louise Mattox, pres.; ,

'"" thews, vice-pres.;
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i.;: :)< ; 'Starke. ,io ., Fla.. Dec. 2. 1910.. 2nd v,-p.; Lncile ; .'. 'an C"ILDR
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;" Kate Duncan, 4th v.-p. ., ,
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.. Robert Gray,
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1 : : I GROWTH OF THE SOUTH.
J ,,: White, agent for ; MILLINERY;
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The increaseof! 42 per .cent in the Oolley and Thelma ; : '
population of Florida in the bstaen Mrs. A. H. Freeman, .S. -;' :. ; r

years 'in cofitrast with the, actual: decrease santo, Anita Wills i '
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Ii SILKS ; :
cia Scarborough, : ;
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'verysniaUgain' ,in, a number' of other Johns, Leon 'Cunn : r

mrthern And \v st
.. ", dicative of the change that has been going man, Clifford Chancey, and NOTIONS '; (

.' on,in the country for the last ten Frank Lane, Louis ) ; ,

,i .years. The Manutactnrfrs' R rnrd hat Devotional meetings .
{' .' t'erea.tedlfcaUed' ntioD. to. the fact I Sunday at 2 30 p. m. 5 --; ,
by the members, : ) I. '- 3
that, about 1930 emigration from the .i:' I
for church work.
loath steadily 'decreased as compared \

;. witii Dormer and immigration; to Friday evening Miss :
entertained the Juniors ICL AP-P & S
census
a the swath increased. The figures ar
her Dr. and
parents,
tell the in Rocb a :
<: are be; innine to story !
man, and judging by
coiamaiiil universal attention. ,
way as
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u : :.. The very heavy gain of 42 per cent. in:! ter of the group of LIVERY SALE All
fair was indeed pleasing ,
: Florida; Sniich is about double' the rate '

V of increase shown by the entire country, After the program .
"... charades old
Tennyson ,
has been due largely to the incominjr. of 'i.

people m the.north and we t. While and refreshments ST.ABI1
Below is the :
program
Florida has drawn some of its increase
Roll call answered iI i
,from,other southern states, the move- I
from Tennyson. .. _
c .. 'rtuut.into that state from other sections 1 '
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Piano selections Allie
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has been.--exceptionally active. No one Biographical sketch of I Good teams and guides for commtJclAl travelers and '. s.
....' could have visited Florida daring die
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". >. last four or five years' and studied the son, Louise Mattox. RAIFORD. FLORIDA i ;
r ; i Song, "Crossing the
.: .' situation there without: being impressed.with "
Mattox Lucile Freeman
the remarkable progress seen in -
S every direction. Not only have the Matthews. t I .- .
"Charge of the Light
t: 3 t; towns been growing rapidly "in popula

r.r S tion and in general business, but agri Cunningham. '

cultural development has kept pace SLIGHT BLAZE

'i ,with Thousands of, people
city progress.

P i .' ."'.. .' have. been.drawn to Florida by the J. G. Alvarez John N. G. Stockton's Spad
trucking
attractions of fruit growing and -
Street
Caught
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and commercial .opportunities of Wednesday evening

| Gr.c: O. Livingston, in I:
the state.
; "A Little Tariff Tsp.r .
It is not to be expected that the central Alvarez's residence on. ..

south will make any such show cf j street, discovered fire in Y

y" population increase: as has Florida, because I east porch, started, lYDangerous : T hi ng,
been different J from the chimney. He
b. the conditions have ,
but.the increase in Florida's populationis Alvarez who,is one of
1 the house, and then ''': .:z AMERICAN PROVERB.
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of the material 'advancement
typical
.; of the whole south. Then years.ago the I to. ive the alarm. .: '..;,,' ,.....':.l;*; : ;v.t;, .. ... .

1.1.:: south had' a surplus 'population' in When news of the : : '. '. .wm.h' :;i Y A Tariff Talk'. in
Telephone Exchange } "
i "t.haHt8 people were not ally employed, ; .
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to Fire Chief ;. .
phone ;
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there realty that time : .
f -, and that were at ". 3f t
i Assistant Chief J.S. : : Pl.
more mon than there was profitable employment : n.nguagij
heard the alarm and
The -
for them rate of
wages ; ", ;
with other- the door to run to the i
low sections
:was compared .
', and a'vast number ever since'the the fire apparatus' are Do,. YOU KNOW- ,1 r. .,-;'

1,- war,have\een.turnlng their steps to the telephone bell, but did That the last tariff. law. passed. .by Congress. puts a tax c1..

SI "':north'and west because of the better opportunities answer it, thinking it >per cent.on the goods from; which", &e:cheapet grades of:, .. '_
for there than where tL fire was. eta are made thai the merchant inert
" ., employment ; so ; charge: you ta.9'tfP!
in'their oWBland. This situation, bow- was at Clyde 7f."I 'blanketworth$1.50! /i 1
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ever,'hat been changed. Increasing ag Walnut street and the DOY. oU/'SNOWS 1 .

./ricnltural and manufacturing. interests'n thither only to find no That-the lift tariff law puts a ,tax bf!260:. Per.eent.)2i tM i: ,
hare largerabsoibed they were,informed that ter1 1 out of'which' ,xnida
.:. the surplus population orercoats are; so that the
and it is no .longer necessary for G. Alvarez place and E must,charge'you'$28 for an overcoat Worth $8? '
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there. But the blaze t.; '
}, men to look elsewhere for work' With ; ,:-
: this Increasing;demand for labor the put oat with a garden DO YOU KNOW- If t 7' "

:rate of ,wages,,has been gradually adTaneing remained was soon That the average tax on all kinds ,of common ,wettfcyj .

: until it'ts more on a parity with the fire hose. The ;.panel is 100 per cent, thanks to the Bacw' tariff Uw, ft r m '.

.: ''the'wages of other sections. The widejdiTersiftoatioa fire was very trifling. r. merchants cbarge you DOUBLE its'real value for e i "

of agricultural interest To show how ; yon.- wear? ..j ;;r
I move' in spite of the ; '
in which ibistJou'is getting, backto: :
misinformation it was DO YOU.KNOW. ;: .1 .
"to the "
the condition existing prior war
That Charles A. Whitman, selfadmitt8d reprt3estatattvsthe :'
utes from the time the
{ and 'cattle raising ( '
; do. grain growlnK are ""
Woolen llan1 f civera' AssftdaUba known
till the flames were ( as the ''Pt'
card in
proving drawing : attracting theattention .
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Truat) ACTUALLY WROTEthe.woCihschednle: in that

;. of people from. other.. parts, of NEGRO BOOZE, bill, which even the good-natured. Taft could not defend? "t>,
the country.. + !--
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What'Florida has done in the; last ten 1 Is Not Doing Penance DO YOU KNOW ill|J "

yean. is indicative I of'what 'a great;many Convict & ,That the average :yearly wages of)tbe 40OCO 'employs*.)!
'. other souther i sates.will show during ]Mr: Whibnaa's, twelve million doUafi4nmla a little< less

j., the coming ten yean.. Everywhere the Jim Cason is a 5om., I 1.tl ..'
outlook is'ebeeria ;-Baltimore': Idanu head and.his- face is I ? *

facturers'.Becord. ty of eyes, nose'and DO YOU: KNOW j t '"

.; 0( .- sign of expression., He' ; I That of the 165 per cent.tax on t4tueta and 250 per cent.'

: TEE E1GGEST, IAOMMEO, Sarton l He has a,:soft suits and overcoats which you pay or, ,r the cost cf mar "'.

"* ". 1Dand'Bankin and'after the recent tore, Mr. Whitman and his associates'get in profits .more tbit:
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; i'is dead,.at the age of husky choppers and & four-fifths, and the government.lessj&ui! one-fifth?

r eighty-five.He lived at Tarkio, Mo.,and mill there complained of $ .. DO YOU KNOW- 'f ,S
became famous.as the biggest; American everywhere, but not a ; : *
That; wages are higher in England! than in
farmer-biggest in number of acres till he began to supply the United Stattj:j

? ed and profits taken. At; the time.. .of. his bottles or cupfuls of considering their purchasing pouter}i ,
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c I death, says the Savannah News, he had juice, until his "traffic" DO YOU KNOW | .
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E' 'more than twenty-three thousand acres and complaints made. That plows shoes, saws, clocks, sowing; machines and ,Oumc" *_
: under cultivation, divided into fifteen went out there f
things are shipped to Europe, Asia, 'Africa and 'Australia;' &m.
farms. There were on his pay roll last Jim. In searching him sold there by these same: protected! I"-merican.manufac' .
of five hundred men. His tol in his pocket,
vyear upwards for one-half to one-third the price charged the people at.bomelj
profits'during the past ten years are said constable did not .j''

f to have averaged '100. value of his estate is estimated to put his prisoner in That; five states in the Union get bfjf the money Deedeif-

be In the-neighborhood of $0,000,000. and Tuesday morning' run their state governments out'of tkp& placed on CO w x

David Rankin began life barefooted Judge Dekle on the showing that the Federal govermnenj does not..need to '17 1

and with little 'more than a straw hat toting, convicted and, tariff to meet; ALL its expenses?' 'U '"

and plenty of pluck. He was just wherewithal to pay the DO YOU SNOWS v : 3i. F
ta three months in
about,AS poor as a boy with stout limbs '
That the manufacturers make the taiff, the tariff makes tilt
appetite could be called. He Wednesday morning
and hearty '
Dekle trusts, the trusts make the cost of living high and the wadi
It.. went to work on a farm for just a bit Judge on the "
in low-and that thUr combination accumulated evils iatumbimillionaires
more than b clothes. The first whiskey a dry

"money he got helot; into land. Then many ingenious excuses into billionaires and poor lien into'panpers "}

he got little more money; and put that of the evidence was JOHN: STOCKTON KNOWS then things, because_ he &aj
into land. Ad soon as he had become a was placed under a taken time to study them. -f .

farmer for himself he acted on the principle pear before the next ,.

J that U paid better to>market.corn court. The bond was ( JOHN STOCKTON WILL FIGHtf;these evils becattaffcfcj

and oats ont,the hoof:than. faiNthe grain, not the liberty and for fighting-blood has always gotten up When.injustice, inequiti!?

., j BO.be made a specialty of stock raising. is now scraping gum at and greed have oppressed the people.l!: |*;

5Y _, ,Lest rear he sold..!10,000 bead of cattle J JOHN STOCKTON'fAS: UNTTJED STATEB SENATpB;

and about 10,000 hOiL.or. fifteen; years CANDIDATE. BBYAN TO be in a position"toBght-eff iTe1Tfor.the people and'In:.

he,hadn't sold a grain of,:;corn, but in I get; sometning. done. ; because he knows!how' to do'thmp ,hhzt.i'
'In Sneak
here -
that time be bought tens 'o{thousands self.. i j "

4,,. of. bushels. of it to feed to his cattle,and Dec. Tto.Hon. f '> '

"..1V6.ft8tI "' : t. Nathan' John Stocktonhas, been. leading the. people's.fight ;:in :
farm b '
kfahie: jades a I for 33 years.. 1 .
{ .Mr-. Bs had hii..i.- -United State senator; ? !."
bank.'He % -
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of tinker book-keep .' &Ddmoutht7."M.1a.noeh oaWedneadayI. > }I : .John Stochtoa i! a.candidate: ion the Nutted, statef seDat. .' ;: .
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$ _,.-W com1Da ID aDd"at I -5 "LET'S PUT. STOCKTON IN;THIS. Tt E."
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t llilt eeunQfg W G Seals r.a: _--t--.....L.i._H.- 800 week1ors'i'ew-.days') hunt on the t. : THE: Big > ; .
Sal Thomas '',' ______ ,8 00 Johns n ez. Mrs.; Hkttte 'High of '
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NIna Wynn __.___.....-: S
PAUPER FUND. 4 W Moore 4'u_____.. :; 1 00 Bron on,>assisted 6y B. F. Perry,: is In my store has met with ihb

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NancT Abernathy .... .__- 8818 ,
i Mart aoatlin and daughter___ I W Andrews, ____.. __ 175 charge.of the depot during his absence. ..' '
.' WtJUam GUflsonla -_::__..."...___.__ H 8 Wilson .___..L-_,. 1075 The annual election of. officers of the J : I approval of the public end -
Vthey.- ---J3;. ___. OarlrlePeek, $8 ......_.____ 8 m
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? J antes ParrlIIIh.,...... _;;.......:....._... J T Jones ,.+' ....._:__---_ 500 Epworth League 1 was held, Wednesdayevening.
} Prank:Walker___.:...:.;:._.:;....:.. JB Norman .- _______.___ 100 The for the is proving grand
XI'W&I'nI $eraey..--.;.._-_ J H Thomas ._ 2 Jl officers ensuing .., a success. ;
WH ward...___......._.._._.t << )I Jas Harris .. :::::L___ 15 year will be as follows: Pres.;Ber.'Joseph ,
Mrs Strickland and dauMer-___ Jasper Doll ____.______.. 250! '
Des Fatio.._..?...--..-.__:.--- W J Epperson _....__.__.. 4 00 Antle; first rice-pres., Miss Lottie j 2V Hundreds of people from \\I' k
John McLenn n.:.....____.. ..:..___.__ J A J McKlnuejr 4. _..___ ____-: 200 t .
Oarolnwi Qriffls_.?-.--..-.___...__- W B Hodges .. .___....... 850 Stafford; second fice-pres., Rudolph -
r Xra Breeze...4,..-.....-.------_..-- N L VarnE _:______...__ 1 2:) Thede; third vice-pres., Miss M. E. Edwards : ( parts of Bradford and adjoining = t '
Elizabeth Johns.; ..,..,.__...,,__.__.____ H L Fowler .:..____:. ro : ,
Nor* Bawllns............_.__..__..__ Lewis Raulerson .. _.un.______.___ 125 ; fourth vice-pres., Miss Susie '
EUza Albert"....._....f.A .......____:.___-;'. U W Hazen _____.______:. 100 Blanchard Id counties have availed themr! t --
Belle Miss
and treas.
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.imnHn Thorn..._........_____._.--_ Wm Hodge 73 roo ; svc. : :- .
Kmellne Grtms._u.____....._._._____._.__ .. _-__ __. Enza Blanchard organist, :Miss Mabel : _
Elizabeth Preoratti---; ___...________. JL Underhill ..' m_.____..__ 11000 ; .>
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Mrs.D.U.YcKnight.._.__-_._____. J J Sontherlon _m..____________ 800 Reddish. fc selves the rare opportunftyof l'
8tlvaJohnB...__._.__......_._.- H 0 Carter ._._.____.__ 625 'H. P. Ind. ., -
Bachel Taylor: _...__ Joe Starling _...____...__ 800 Lory of North Vernon ,
Morgan ro .___y-----------.___.._._..____._ John Hodges __n.::_______ 5.5 was a visitor to Lawtey the first of the I 1\L\ buying high : t
OJ CampbeIL..4_.._..._._.._...__n J M Underbill .. _... ___. ..... ;
.. Mar AlcockJB -?_ ..__...... ___.__ R D Strickl nd __.:__________ 150 week. Furnishings
Johns_, '_. __..__...._.. Jas Irving ____.__.:..__ 100 Shoes and Men's
Mrs. William
:J B John,'raise on pauper allowance.Vlnev .____ Hardy Williams .. _____ .5 Galley and children, of
Lee and daughter......._...___-- ,.. t) A Drew ._..__-m'_"____' .2785: Stark, spent Thanksgiving with Mr. 4 ;.
Jesse Williams_..--..---..:'-------. _.._. J Z Andrews _________ 6 25 "
-BtnnrrDyaL___..,----.u.u.____ H O GAuse __un u_________ 1515 and Mrs.J. B. Whitehead.Prof. at greatly reduced prices: :?
Wtli Davis-- ._n_________......____ Ned Williams ._ __':._ __ 00 00 .
laria. HI th&m-----------------_ I'I J W Robinson _'_______n._____ 1863 W. A. Jones, of Tampa, spent
JK Harris .: .-_.__ __.__-_. 800CheaOeteen Thanksgiving with his family here. They have been both plea$ e4 l .
to _____ _._____ 4.5
GENERAL FUND. j I W B Kuh1 __ -n___,.... 1500 Mrs. R. W. McLeod and children, of "
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Everett Wilkins and
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H fcWBDrew Co; p ppUe8-- ------.f\ I; NJ Willis ______ ______ 1125 Jacksonville are the guests this week of surprised to such iin> _
,W A Crosby,registration help.....----- .i _____n._ .5
W O Brooks : Mrs. A. M. Blanchard.The .
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W H Hollingtworth.Janitor ..___
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W A Crosby,registration.....______"". i. Elmer Willie Knight Douglass _______.. _nn_ 24 00 district superintendent of the St. usual bargains I am offering .
TVTWeeka,clerk.______._._____ .__. u .
--- Wsroe Blackwe'der ..._...._____ l/J/ to .
For deputy registration officers.-___. Johns River Conference of the M. .L. t .
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...,...__.._____ Elmer DouglasdO .u : .
J A L VLong.cp Warren.phone attorney rent.._____.___.._u.__ .T D A Douglass Thoma'n: .____ __ 12 Ii 85 50! Church, will hold the fourth quarterly during this sale.I You tfU} II ..: '. '

E S:Matthewa,publishing report..___..._ Henry MillerAra.son ._ ___nu_____. 450 conference at the M. E. church hero on RD.Y4L .BRAND .
W O Scabs,comm1 iontlr.1 day_____.nn to u_.___.._.__ 25 ," .
,E S Matthews,election advertising______ Will hherley T1-4O11 ., .n.______ .. __. W Saturday eight Dec. 10, and will likewise be pleased and wurBoys' _
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OJ Knight,commissioner S day s -- 1 .. .... ..__.
T H Duuplas* .h. 2Q .
*' .. preach both'morning and evening on .
.J 8 Racier ,
.J JNLangford N Langford,demons Strong Insanity M case U"__'__"___ Thos Holder .-.-..n.i 1333 .6() Sunday, Dec. 11. Everybody is in-1 Clothing. prised if you will make a Ifetleshopping ),; ..

J N LIUlgtord.aammonlnli!: wltnessee.__ I vited. t

J 3 N N Langford Longford,,delivering Smlth1n an1ty boxes ea8e___.._..._._..-. Baptist (CHurcH; Directory. The three teachers of Lawtey High My line of Boys' Clothing trip to my store during '

J N L-mgtord.2 day!with board__.__ School spent Thanksgiving at. their
.J N Longford,bailiff__. ......_----- () Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
JJI tngfordrrtng venire; ,etc____... 1 : homes. is large and especially] attractive the next few days. i ; .
G Alderman,bal on 1909\ collections _. I; Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.
Unt and Water Plant...._ __. ___."__ Quite a number of prospectors have ; i
PBtrewahanitng_ ,,,,._?__ ?_.___._.. Prayer meeting, Wednesday 7:00p.m. visited .
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W T Weeks,court cost-...-..____________ Philithea Class meeting,Sunday, 3:00p. vicinity during am offering sweeping .
Expenses.* Smith Insanity cacn------------__ m., at the church. past few weeks with a view of locatinghere Remember that the sale 1 ends :'. .
Oeo Strong Insanity C1U6n
.. in the near future. reductions in this .
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W i Croon'commisatoner,2 days.: __. Sunday morniog subject, "Pruning Saturday night 1
,OLPeek ____ I the Vine." December
F P ShafferlilsbeeClemons cage---- Tobias Lillebrltige. ment. this sale the .. .
W T Weeks incidentals._.__.____,___.._ I I Sunday evening subject, "Loosed During 10th. If fail
P,B Baker,release of convict*.___:.____.. From His Grave Clothes." Tobias Lillebridce died at the home of you to take'bdTvantage .
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Inqpjest Jury fee, unknown"negro_--_ his brother, Ed. Lillebridge, Saturday, boy can be handsomely out-
Witaews fees : A cordial welcome to all.

...Tnrpr WI1tleP.Ie,OU1e; Browntni' :..ea e.....____._.:_.:__ F. C. Edwards Pastor. November 26th, aged 18 years. The of it you will miss the '. :

Jur,rsanditneiaesJerldbre ....:_S ,I, cause of his death was typhoid pneumonia. fitted at a great saving. .,

-- ------- --- The interment took place at Kings- greatest merchandising e\f ht .

BUILDING FUND.G Wm. A. BlountOF ley cemetery Monday forenoon Rev. L. Boys' t8.609aite""""_"__"".$S 25 '

0, Uringstoii&Co,wiring Jail__._____ A. Cunningham conducting the obse Boys' 5.50 Suits..______ _______._ 4.25 of the. present season, the best: J -

'FINE XND FjbUFKITUBB' FUND. PENSACOLA quies. Boys' 3 50 and 4.00 Suits______ _- 2.75 '

BTnlyn: Kinato1tvrash1ngbiaakets. .____ CANDIDATE FOR The deceased was the younger. son of Boys' 3.00 Serge Suits_________ 2.40 chance you will have. to says; ;;
J W Hodges,blankets. ....___...____._ "
titd ell'a Drag Store,medicines.? ..._?_. Mr. E.. B. Lillebridge. This is the second Boys' 1.75 Worsted Suits_________ 1.35 E EBoys' ,
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A Bv H lyn Freeman Hamilton,co,physician washing blankets._.__n.un______ United States Senator. death in the latter's family within a few 1.50 sod.7bKnee Pants... 1.37 money on your purchases, ;bf \:

Frank Uardiner.'jaiLer,etc.__.__._---- months, his wife being the first to' die. Boys' 1.00 and 1.25 Knee Pants.._ .91 -. .
J N Ltngford.feeding prisoners .. t3 :
J M MltchelL medicine_____.__?.-.-___-_ Mr. Lillebridge, besides the sorrow he Boys' 75c Knee Pants_____--,___-- .67 winter Clothing, Shoes arFurnishings. c4 ::

Expenses, 6am Jim Dtekerson WllUams case ease_______._<._-__ feels over the death of his dear ones, Boys' 500 Knee Pants___._--__---- 42 ,

""' Wm Willie Buggs Johnson case case_ ...__,._._::_ has the additional one of being unable Boys'25c Knee Pants___. --,-______ .13 ;' i i" ) .

."' Robt Coleman ease..-........ to work, being afflicted with cancer in ., .,. .!
"'' Mattie Bacon case........::.. the hand.L. ", .
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Bee Johnson caN.
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U. Morgan, of Temples brought to
J. M. ALVARE2!
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BRIDGE FUNDS the Telegraph office an ear of corn '

WT Weeks,keeping road book_...u__ Z7uak; ? 'y around the lower half of which
Carlyle Peek. culverts_.... : : are seven "
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P 8 Crews teams._....._.____ : small ears, making it eight in all. '
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'J W Andrews &Son teams s- _.._... '
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A B 14OtIL! re'P61r1nr..rn4e1': _..-. A little stretch of imagination makes STARKE FLORIDA ;
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City of Lake Butler.yt road jai[ : .4x i-
t this freak resemble kids asking .
..Oolnmbla,%on line bridge.--::,-, 1 \ corn seven .
Walter Green, road wer_____.._.._ ;% r "paw" for money for the circus.
A A _..___
Witnrlght'S.'S. ? Inverted it somewhat resembles
UM Kersey ...___ a weeping .
;Chas Andrews .....__...._. willow tree or a mushroom. -
J H Poppell _....__ .
,F B s.mboe' "' ..._...__ .. .
Jas Adknu .-__...___ 4 5
O W Brown :...._...:..__ .
c L Darter. ._.__...... 'of'I i.
.Ed DeeI .... .._..- '_.i 1-
,,8htpmmiA Soq'.r.. ..._. \. A Storekeeper Say :
o A rPmjtod.BTarnn .N __---no :
K a ....__ .._
$ ':........... of R
.I JHDowllag I. -....-_ i Merely a SuggestionTakejit 44 A lady came into store lately and'said: .
.$TDwrltog t' ....:..;_...... my ,
:'AIMann ,", :..._.:._._... I M'I have been using New Perfection OUCbok- rave till winter
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MWDokaWillWUHamB ....._ t
,, .... _.r..,to.,......__ for what you think it is in my ap>ertmrat. I want one now for my enn me b ome. I think: ,
___ ____. The man who running on his own
'I>IClI'J'omU.D8aD M' '_. ... u_._ : worth. Good judges of the these oil stoves are wonderful. If only womo&fcnew' : -wt2. .. 4one.
and Bin
and Factional eco-
Liat.VanceMartonHoody '____ merits against comfort they art, they would all hara -
_.__..______:. : Politic, condittion I spoke about my itor to A lot
John Kott : ...___._.:._ nomic of the. country f ll I .' '
,Lob 131ekwelder ......_.___ The man who is running against the of my friends,and they Wife astoaUhed. \ a
Henry VarnesOtkanrOnnri M _____ : predict a time! of lower prices for the They thought that there was '
Perpetuation of the United States Sena
........:-_.__. .l S PfH and smoke from an aU stove.and l. ''
, cHoWwr: $ __..____ torthips in Jack onTille.ANKOOSGEHEHTS.. future. In view of this .
Jake Vara..'_ H ........_._.. vety near that hwOuSeroomjTutlikauy ,other 1"" .
Vamee ..4 ... bank atom 1 told tnfrn Ol my. Enoch ICott ,M, ,__.- 6 outlook this roggeststo its and on after another they cot one,and

.TackJohniMOJ Boater 44 N __...a_---_-:_. merchant customer-and friends the DOW not one of them wouM five btrtop dl

GrB mold' II ._' _.' tot ftft time its cost/ ,

'/ohtt DanBUlUng Loakhart.Mobley, :: :_._._._:.,:,.... FOB MARSHA! advisability of'pursuing: a conserva-: 7'be ladywbo said this had .*$t,_ Vv 'f ;

WmO =".n.s N __...--:.-.-,. I am a candidate election to the office an oO rich was all right for ,
Rea N _._.... of Marshal and Tax Collector of Starke and re- tive course. Don't be niggardly in heating ailk for.. baby;or"fctttlv a '
Ju PiI oee' '"' k. ,....._ spectrally: solid the support of the raters. 1 I
Arthur o.tDei $ __."........ promise to fire faithful and efficient service U your|operations. Buy all the goods of water, or to mike, c8uIckty ;
Hsu Ford .. ._....__. elected. L. Bu AUSTIN. in the morning but ah* never -
Ben'WI111&ma :.-__-.._ -. that will dreamed of cainr-it for diffloilt or ;
HenryHnghes ," ._____. FOR NIGHT MARSHAL your custom consume -
Cw 11&11 ,. ___..._...._ heavy cooking r ow-the knows. R
.. I am a candidate for reelection to; the office 'I but be that manufac- :
rhea Binds _____ readily, sure' Do. you rn> Mandate what a Hswtag f 1
OosPadrettWB .. ._._...._. of Night Marshal' and respectfully ask the sup Ps .... On Cooh-armra......M"" r 14e j .ii*:P
8ooS181riDdul .". .______ port elected of the shall endear,ensuing in the election to If turers: and jobbers) do 'not OVER- nor coat to carry, ao nears eontcc to the >'
as past;, faithfully -
towlar ___.....___ dime, table so tired eat that re cant M2. .
H B Moorer 44 ____.____ discharge. the duties of the office. LOAD with lost UchtaPsHtctloaBtove and iamedlaUlythe L ,.. S'
F L OolsonMZBolllTan. __._..._-:: KD. BURNSED.I you ,goods at high beat from aa intense. blue came shoots 'CuiOiusrMtitain Dir eta. '." ;
I ; _.........:. __. up to the bottom of pot kettle a area. Bat stovi-ere 1. I '. ,
3 W Prnatl' _._ hereby announce myself a candidate for prices that may ,have. to be sold on .the room lent heated. There to BO smoke,no that -ffis. mesa- ";
tt .... the office of Night Marshal of Starke and will, .' ,. rauU''Mew] FYttebea
HBristowPredOloreneUle _.... ; -._ < mell.no ovttlde heat, no dradf err la the '..1 '
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elected,endeavor the '
.4. ._;_: _:. << If to discharge duties sat; a declining market. where one of taoM stovea.la nsed.1, 1 __ ;1 V
isfactorily.respectfully solicit the support .
H I:!!corer __..._. "- ,'
P H Hunt ,_____ of the voters. SILAS KITE.FOR .. '
o W BtckI 't _____ Ner '; .. -
PB B11Di __._-_-*..--..-.._ BANK OF STARKE I 'Is .,v.. .' .
TAX
HDWaBdlnDWJJoore 44 ___..._ ASSESSOR :
C, "" __-__.___. 1 hereby announce myself a candidate for reelection tf. ji.Hii* ? c1 i :j i-i jis;:;ii vfvi'EiIt -< .; t .. :! : .,k
ii d older ____ __ ,
as Tax Collector for the Town of STARKE FLA. :: >.
Starke and earnestly solicit the support of my ? ,1 .
fellow citizens; QU9ktoire t .
NATURE TELLS YOU. T. W. SWEAT. s. !... .j '"'.H.. : :
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'i. has a Cabinet Top'with a shelf for keeping plates and flood hot'vsTh E .
os Many a Starke'' Reader Knows FOB CITY TREASURER. nickel finish, with the bright blue.o[ the chimneys,makes the store ornamental J : .'' '. t

; ,MeL reelection hereby announce to the office myself of Treasurer a candidate of the for and attractive. Made with 1,'2 and 3 burners; the 2 and 3-burncr, stoves '."i":- R; .". t

When the sick Town of Starke, and respectfully solicit your can be had with or without Cabinet. : 5-- ,,' y
kidneys are '
support. A. 8. CREWS. Every dealer everywhere If not at yoors,write for Descriptive Grcolat e' =. ., '
Kature; tells yon about it. I to the nearest agency of the l I .. '". :>.', ,, 7

The urine is nature's calendar.Infrequent FOB1U "OR. Ih Standard Oil Company I .. 3
CHRISTMAS
BETTER GIFTS AND
M.UeDt action I hereby announce myself a candidate for reelection ..I, ,"
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to the office of Mayor of the Town of 'i: .
Any urinary. trouble tells of Starke. The support of the voters of the townie MONEY SAVED FOR YOU. -, 1 '
respectfully solicited. :
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ills.. C. F. HOOVER. 0"t Li
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r Do n'i Kidney Pills cure all FOR CLERK. You are sure of absolute satisfactionby b .
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ills. ,
I hereby announce my candidacy; for reelection .. .
Starke people testify to this. to the office of Town Clerk,and respectfully doing your Holiday Shopping '
solicit the of the
support
voters at the
Mrs.J.J. Chaplin,'Starke Fla., witb .
election to be held December 17th. i&
F 'Doan's Kidney Fills 'did' me a. C. A. FUTCH. : Lands For Sale '

ti. deal of good.' I suffered from a Sheriffs Sale. FLORIDA'S GREATEST OF' ALL I '

. weakness for a long time. The ,- 1. Selected best grade Unimproved Truck and Farm Lan/li v i .- : '

' !secretions were irregular in passage NOTICE is hereby; given that I. J. N. Lang- CHRISTMAS STORES: within one to four miles of Starke in lots to suit purchaser-from

back ached almost .Sheriff of Bradford county Florida: 5 acres up to 600 acres or more. At actual present selling values '-.. '."
[my constantly, under and by virtue of that certain writ of ex- and on -
jing t impossible for me to find' ecutfcn issued out of and under the seal of the easy payments. Owned by myself-no commissions 'orspeculations. 5 5 .
a Circuit Court of Bradford county, Florida. STATIONERY: BOOKS Nobody to consult except myself, and the purchaser.' "At' ,
tion; that was comfortable.. I against W.O.Barclay and In .favor of L. W. Fine opportunity for young or old to'build up and own' home, and \ : .. : '

r 1 procured JJoan'i ,Kidney Pills at, offer Robtnonon.for)sale an-and dated ref November,to; the highest 28.1910wi11 and FANCY; ODS .- TOYS make the easy payments; out of the soli. Low.rate of interest on ,'" I 5 .- "

t, Star>oe.Drug 0o. s fid ,began. their best bidder ttjerefor for cash at the court all deferred payments. If you want to own a home nears prosper.*' .. -
KODAKS
l house doorfA' the .town of,Starke,Bradford PICTURES : ETC. ous town and t
come see me, whether -you. hare much or little :
f' |They soon rcmored the backache county Florida,on :Monday, -.. .- money for first payment. :"> ,.. 4"

ijaotlong, before the lameness THE 0> DAY OF JANUARY, 1911.J 2., Residence lots in Starke, one to four block from depot S
the being a legal sales day of said Write for :
same court today our new illustrated catalogue. Beautiful '
eaeas left. The kidney II r. 8. summer resort lot fronting Kingaley Lake 1I
during the legal hours of sale. the following __-__ _'_*_- g < ,' .. r
are cow regular in passage and I described real.estate,'situated. In. Bradford .- .. .
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Ij : '! county, Jfcrlda;torwttr The 11" l C, .L. PeekrStanke. ,:;{ / a4'n!- ,
'r better IB .nry.1ia.J..You.; N)I of fw>.i aM tiM of section 28,all of sec H. 'Drew inri Jacksonyille! '.. ......... raw- .] .. ,. ,EA .
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.4 to publish this of tions U,20! and of 30,iwand section swof 21.e5 w>{or of & ,w. B. ., .Fla.t '"" '. ,10"', > .:

r For i byalldealers. Price 60 (ndwHobecttoa 29 e nw: and Siall aX of in swK of eetion 81, Established Ovir. Half! >a Centnr z.',,'>' z3r: A .\. ",-" ," '' :,. -. -'. '. '" .r@....,.. -.r. .*...**., ;.:1..1 i *" ....'!4"'i o:; .
ttja Co. Buffalo, N..Y township 4..tooth ;r. ; .
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(. < .' HEoWflYNBYRl COFFINS;.: CASKETS I "
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I j tofttMl 'And a Toll Line ofUudeetakets' ,
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"..1.:!\-':.:..t. 'T Senator From. Georgia I I Always on,hand. The best MX I Headquarters for everything in Ladles', .Oentlemeo's'aud CbildranV :

r.-, .' -> "$. II- .. Found ;in :Bed' Room of, ,rice at the lowest prices. Special I I :
FURNISHING GOOJDS
-" Prominent Man's Daughter. i. attention to Telegraph Orders. j,
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Iff '! I 'RcglsteredEm, &lm r Great bargains to be had,in Dry CJoods ,Notions, Furnishings: ., etc., '
S as we want to make room for a new' stock. .
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;1' .: 'INTO'Negro ; I
!::. i!AIL is mm .
I NEW GOODS ARRIVING '
:. Q. C. LIVINGSTON & Co.I DAILY. .
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a t > Was Taken to a Telegraph Pole 1i5mfN ,. :

I Near the Railroad Track and Strung Bul : H. D. MOTT &; BRO. '

Up-"His Body Riddled by

lets. Notice of final Discharge., (SISXRUNK'S, .OLD STAND) ,

Notice la hereby given to all concerned that
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a y Richard Lowe a negro, was Quletiy six months after date hereof I will present myfinal STARKE, FLA.'ESTABLISHED .
lynched several miles outside Mayo returns as Executor of the estate of William
RIHRYANTNE It Underhill,late of Bradford county, Florida
Fla., for entering the bedroom of the CANDIOATt or THE PEOPLE OF ,deceased andappfr to the County Judge of
, e ::1 daughter of R. M. Cobb, in the heartof ALL UNITfO SECTIONS STATS or'"FLOII.DA SCNATOR.Carter's FOR.+ Bradford county, Florida, for my final dis
Mayo. charge.
W. H. UNDBBHILL.
? Cobb was awakened by his daugh- I Executor of the Estate of William
ter's screams and went to ipvostlgate.Aa Underhill,deceased.

he entered the room the negro June IT, 1310.Sm x AGENCY' IN Ufd6.
jumped through the window. I '
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FIRE ;
ROSY CLARK. THOS. W.FIELDIJf0. i
J arrested the negro, who was later Prices :
Clark & Fielding
identified by a portion of his coatA ,;
J. R. DAVIS, & COMPANY
Lawyers. ,
crowd of some forty men gathered .
quietly and easily affected an FLORIDA '(
entrance Into the jail. The mob car I On Fancy Groceries: Practice in all Courts State and Federal STARKE, ell ,

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ried the negro outside the city and Offices over Gainesville National Bank t

swung him up to a telegraph pole I! Good Lams, 21c lb. Gainesville, Fla.
alongside the railroad. After the ne- : Good white side meat 150 lb.

gro's body was riddled with bullets D. S. butt meat ll) c lb.

the mob dispersed. Compound lard lie lb. v

; DEMCCRATIC HOUSE. Good corn, $1.68. 1 r fiCEah
DIED FROM SNAKE BITE
Good choice hay $1.50 per cwt.
o, According to Roster Published Demo I .
Good rice 4c lb.
crats Have 227 Members.
The democratic representation In Chasing a Rabbit, Man Is Bitten by a Meal 92-lb sack $1.80.

7' the next Congress will be 227 as Large Rattlesnake.Mr. I I Grits 92-lb sack $1.85. GOOD WHISKEY
Samuel Kinch, of Butler, Pa., I
I : against 163 republicans and one socialist Sugar 1G}' Ibs., $1. ri
died at the Marion county hospital 6
according to the roster of the !i Kerosene, 13c gal. 1
of rattlesnake bite, }j
from the effects a
:,,, house published at Washington. D. v. I received while out hunting. In tryingto I 5-gal. oil tanks, 70s. ROSE For a Me
These figures give the democrats a
Galvanized buckets, 20c each.
capture a rabbit which he had
majority of 63 and of 64.
a plurality I
1 chased into a hole Mr. Kinch put his Brown shorts $1.65 per sack. Christmas from the y
According to this publication Kansas II
" hand in the hole and was bitten three White shirts, $1.75.
. Is the :only state of size whicn .
times by the snake He was brought i j i Butter, 8Co lb. 3, R09C5 '
has solid
a republican delegation. .A
number, however, contain only one to Ocala immediately but his case I Broken rite 3% lb. \S-5. HOUSE OF ASE

5' democrat among those thus included was already past medical aid. 36-in. bleaching 6c to 10c yard.

; being Iowa, Minnesota, California and Mr. Kinch, who was 84 years of age ,1 Shoes for men, women and children ,
came to Belleview a few months ago
, \T Wisconsin: 75c $1.00,$1.25, $1.50, $2.00
. f>: All of the southern states have solid to spend the winter. $2.25 $2.50 and $3.00 a pair. .;

}. ; democratic delegations except Maryland
Peculiar Very best Indian Head plaids
Virginia, [Kentucky and Tennes Accident.
; Q. B. Reynolds, a well known mer 92 a yard.
':, : see. Maryland and Virginia each have
f. .one republican while Tennessee and 'chant of Fort Myers had the misfortune Best grade ginghams 9o a.yard. *

\;. Kentucky each' have two members of to meet with a rather peculiar Outings Co to lOo a yard. ,

.' that party Colorado is the only accident. Mr. Reynolds, in his I Hats, S5c to $1.90 each. 4

..,. northern state represented entirely by n w,..ataxwell automobile, was bring1n'up I DeSoto, .the very lest flour You will certainly want good whis"
:f democrats but Indiana" possessing a J e rear of a funeral proces I II I $3.90 per barrel kies and wines for Christmas. Why

::5 much larger representation, presses sion. The car was Working on the Look for the Iron Store at the take chances with unknown houses
I,; ,high and owing to a bad crossing
: close upon her heels with 12. ..demo gear Depot. .
,';.,, crats out of 18 members:; became stalled and. the oncoming I or unreliable mail order concerns'

,{' Illinois baa 11 democrats In her freight train backed relentlesslyJown J. C. CARTER when you can order from The Houseof :
membership of 25; Massachusetts 4 pushing the car some distance .
Rose and be sure of a deal .
square ,
:. out of 14; Michigan 2 out of 12; New before removing It from the track.
Jersey 7 .out of 10 f New York 23 out Fortunately the train was moving Starke, Fla. first-class service, the best goods,immediate ;

r' of 37; Ohio,16.out of 28'and Pennsylvania" slowly and the occupants of the car shipment and the refund of your .

;f: 9 out of 32. escaped injury. The car was,.totally I" money if you ate dissatisfied: Notonhrrthat '
wrecked.
Mtsaourl'edelegatlon I.: consists of 18 but to show for,the
t T democrats and Jl republicans. our appreciation

w:" The Nebraska 4f 1ii&tI la'evenly \:' New'Officers Elected. H. C. RICHARDOeneralJDSuraDce 4,1 orders of our thousands of ,customers, we offer .

f.... dlvideoV4<*nd-Va ..U.-Maine's.and .The Manatee County Educational Association for a short time special +Christmas'assortments:atsub ,
; 2. Oklahoma held its first meeting of this
has 1
republicans
f and 2democrats.
I :,: Waahingtpa Is represented school year at Palmetto. New officers : ', stanlial saving in price. We not.only..cut:;the price for :Christmas,

x .: \. 'by ft epublic sn AIL:of thettatsihaviaf'gairjBpreseaUtlve were elected as follows; President, :. but we'include' one or two estra'quer'Asfreo,as described in .each assortment .

t ;!a only are re- I.'L. Hine; firetvlcepresident: J.R. and of rare
give pint bldv Reserve
.'' Helms; second vice president, T. &. I represent none but FIRST-CLASS you a : ijltye as a Christmas$ present :
; ''' ,pubUCIIL.y ; '
r, i,>':0..";' Yarbrough; treasurer, Miss Amelia companies and will be constantly on the ''b, .sides... Avoid the ,,isli. 'o.ri1ern: and" your'Christmas' will lie the merrier. '

: : Curry. ; :reporter, Miss Clara HltcUnjs, alert to promote Jour interests.: Gnarantee.conrteotis ', .. *' ::!*' \; ,' '
;) OSLETHDRPl "brlOlm.I and" 'lerpant- t4. 'D I; 'Frank1''Tucker.The treatment to all patrons. I '

I : i:..:.."' I .,-" --,i attendance'was about thirty-five, A Nell written policy' by? a' first-class Assortment No.: $5.38 Assortment 24$5.38

," ',:(: :- q, .Celebrstian. Jft&ftCBBnah of Rounder In Mentor all of'whom"are enthusiastic and act agent in a flnVclus company..IIOm&-- '4 qts. MOUNTAIN DEW oRN.seUs.for' $2.50 4'gtsR'1NBLl 91tY$..,;.N?..;;;Nulls for $2.30 t.

t .!; ': ". At 8itizB4's:: stafaeof' General ire members..- times means much in case of loss by fire 1 qt. choice 4A Gin...........MM.....Jselb. for 75 1 qt.'choice 4A Gm......_.. ..,...._ lJ. for ...75
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1 qt.ehoice4XSweetCatawbaaWinesells for 1.00 1 qt.choloe4X Sweet c.ta"ba sells for 1.00
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,t.1..: James":Osiethoriwi py fa;brbnie? ,.waaas w.ni Was '114 Year Old., H. C. RICHARD -. Starke Has 1 qt. choice 4A Apricot Braadv..sell for 1.CO 1 qt.choice 4A Apricot BrandyJL seIis for 1.00
'unnUe4'r i e t9a@tdtTzlQ t f si t:pltQt, Mrs., Phoebe Sparkman.., of Blltch-- 1 qt.'choice 4A Port W De..: :.......selU_for_.75 1 qt. choice ;4A Port,W"1 CI...,..,...mseJa for--E! ;

;':, founderjflhe' ci\y,ltt'17JS"iiat3ea* ton aged 114, years,''is dead.. Mrs .. ., I d ,N.t o. Regular value of this assortment......;... _" of the En. isit.colony>ot.OeorgU'and Sparkman' was unquestionably the Special Christmas Price, Christmas
Q Special Price
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,, : foundation;stone, .la ltueh'of thsgreatS : oldest 'pensioner of the 'war of 1811. .. .. oalyNN..NN................_......$5 e' '- only----1.$5.h8'.

... -edifice ttut Is:now,tie 81ratlt'AtttnticThe ': This'Ia not merely 'hearsay,. as the Winter is Here .}WIth this CMOrtment we.will Include abtolutelf; WtthYfhis assortment we wiQ 'inelodo free one ',:t
estates,, & t family; have the documentary evidence free one quart of choice 4A Peach and Honer which quart of choice 4A Peacb'cn4 ,Honey; tells
t: stifie was< ahr uciect.la British- from the' United. States P a- i sells for. 75 'cents per quart,,and a pint fiuk'of, for 75 cents per qoan.' mf pied flask of ROM'S
.and American tags; and then iras 4?*--' Zion 'Department'' td substantiate the .Idle fines and chimneys sometimes I Rote's Old Special Reserve!Rye.. Old.Special. Reserve. ... Rye. I'. -

,: played before throngs of distinguished claim!, Mrs. Sparkman'was a most remarkable ', .become unsafe, when suddenly '. ,- "
Visitors and thousands i : heated. INSPECT YOURS t :
.Georgia peopie woman''and until recently, . -- CI
8i :when Governor Joseph H. Brown was very active and enjoyed excellent AT ONCE. .r Assortment No. 3--$7.43 '
.Georgia: lad Mrs. J. J. Wader,'state health. '. tt .. : .t.

president of teeColonial'Dames,'drew I -, 2 qts "Pimmr RYBM...._................_...... "....N.. .sells for $2.1" (\
s taut the ribbons. that. released the Perth at Orlando.- : JIDavis&Co. 2 qts. FOREFATHER CORN__-_... .;.._.ac11s for 2.90
: itiTs silken f6lda; James- M.,Price,of.Orlando, Is dead. : 2 ,be finest 4X Sherry Wi ..._..,.."' .......... ..._.sells for 2.01 ,.
v' '\ Their act offlcltllr opened' three -t. 1 qt. finest 4X Port W-UM. ......:............. I '..".... .sells for 1.00 .
A.,,> I dais. of fntlvlUei that honored the the the He time was nearly of h*.death'seventy Mr;years: Price old was, at : ,.-' I qt. finest Calm Cognac Brandy...,,. '" III "' ;.....stile for-' 1.25

,, memory 6) the founder' of Goorcii. one .of the':aateli,best known .mta.. It.INSURANCE} ', I Regular value of this assortments, ... _....-$8.2S, .
Christmas Price
The oocasien;was one of exceptional Ha esteemed-fof I Special ".
was highly his nobt. only- ....._ .. .. .. ......$7.43
Interest and Importance as. It marked qualities and good citlsenship. The ,.N I N. -:-- .
m treat historical:event interment was, at DeLand where he } With this assortment we'will facfode ebsbhrttlr free one'quart of
The'festivities,lasted for three day* formerly.resided. t wTo ROSE'S PBRFEC RYE, en excellent whiskey which sells for $l..t$
and,the city was crowded with import t 1 per quart and e pint flask of.Rote's Old Special Reserve Rye __

''s' ltntpersoaagee daring the celebration : Colonist Dead. ;

Richard Paulson, one of the original
""S 11,445,000 BALES. colonists who 'came from ScotlandIn gro.theaa } Assortment No. 47.83Assortment No. $1a
t' est IIoRera and

, !. ,. Final Estimate-Made "by; New Orleans died the at eighties his and settled at Sarasota, moat the Z best rhaos.etetahlesp1aaf 3 qts.'.MOUNTAIN DEW CORN sad 3 ..;1 Times-Democrat. home In Savannah re- aids. Fcrq'a Seeds arr bed t 3 qts. WINKLES RYE.............??sells for $3.60 3 qts. FOREFATHER CORN.idU for 3.09/
{' A total of the Times-Democrat for cently. Mr. Paulson owned valuable becacs!tr.tPancverfanznr1e1dt The bed warden,. 1 qt. choice 4A GIN.....................sells for .75 2 qts. finest 4X Sherry Wine .:V-.aeDl for 2.00
ck the cotton crop of 1910, as based on property at Sarasota and spent his annual t rn a qua and ErrmcwteveT.beT. 1 qt choice 4A Apple Brandy........aelh for 1.00 2 qti. finest 4X'Port:Wire ...;....seUslor 2.00
.: vacations there. For the past Lsnw Fer.7' aeedatob.the 2 qts. choice 4A Apricot Brandy.sells for 2.00 1 qtfinest Calif. Cofoaa Brandy...iclls for 1.25 i
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reports from correspondents throughout h*ha t teiadatd qnaznyl '
several years he held a responsible petition yet a For ale 2 qts. choice 4A,Port Wine..M.M.M.sells for 1.50 1 qt. finest 4X Amer.Jamaica Rum sells for 1.25. ,

r t.L- ; ... actcal the growth cotton of belt the, relates year and to Is the exclusive with the Central of Georgia iPfgltuSmeseee imalrreeontegneat Regular.value of this assortment-.......... ..-ss-5 Regular of this CSIOrtmca: O...,.....M.. $12 SO. ,\

I' 1.w ,of llnters, repacks;etc. Railway. '" Special Christmas........ Prix. _._ $7 83 Special Chrutmas Pr f?
', By states the crop Is given 'as" follows t Y.FI>rtT t tlf. .oa1y _... __ 0 !only.__..MN..N.NN; .AlfrJL Vl'e' OQ. Ii"

.,'." : -. Florida Grape Fruit. With this assortment we'win include absolutely You not cnly save S1.8S in cash,but we give yea i'
i' ?.-< Alabama .. .. .. .. .. .1,165.000 Grapefruit on the trees, are being free Rock one quart of Peach sad Honey,and one quart absolutely free.one quart of ROSE'S CONiTTTU* w.
end the
Rye worth
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Arkansas.i .. .. .. .. .. .e '700,000 bought by commission men at $1.60 and e pint flask of Rose's two Old quarts'Special ere Reserve$1.59TION Rye. flask RYE which sells for 51. 0 per quart, ,sad a t.,
r : per box. It Is reported that almost pint of Rose's OU Special Reserve Rye. :''
Georgia tad Blorida .. .. .1825.000
,. Louisiana. .. ,. .. .. .: .. 255,000 half of the Florida grapefruit crop will R. F. ENSEY
r'' Mississippi .. .. .. .. .. ..1,200,000 be from Dade and adjoining counties
!< : North'Carolina .. .. ... ., .. 700,000 this season. Indications are that Civil and Mechanical ,.Engineer Your Christmas Present We take a Heap of satisfaction in ;

.. ( Oklahoma ,. .. .. .. .. .. ., 900.000 grapefruit will be bringing from $2.00 remembering our customers at ,
sS Tennessee' .'. .. '.. .. .. ,.. .. .3 OOO9 to $5.00 per box on the trees 'befo..ethe OLD TOWN, FLA.. Christmas time with something eati'a good. And so are dive
half ends. going
J ": Texas P;...- ... .". ... .. '.. .'. ..UOQ.OOO season R a pint flask of Rose's (Old Special. FRB 'We tt t
Reba lye
t Correspondents say, that farmers Destroys Twenty Tean Ezperienee in the Field. S'to'evvery ,maqbo ors' ,
. haTe?b1thCrto. sold freely,'-as a'. role,' ," Fire Station. d9seitherof the above assortments- Just': ass..wed; above This >!s. ina "

; j; .... but:are Inclined to hold the'remnantNERAL The Florida East Coast Railway Coattaetlnt. Concrete'banatraetlaa" "axuTBatt- i ed s3is?4 l expression of ourgood'wrshes: for happ'J101 i : ;
station
4 I at Enterprise was consumed ,c road WorlrBpec1altla.. ; :
11' I fire.- The fire .. A. ** M Rye't1S 80 rich and rare aiid hi) .tFlat t'oL:
G :' The 4it1ct:7( at&. by supposed to have '-'J" Jf1 prlced .wedq 8 sow'_ ',
; First: been caused by robbers. JlorldaLandTJiua>> : Bali.d. faith R < . HEe, Peals ft the. district .:r.ffce "It 0I' Junuary1,191. we: must have your order,
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t ITtilda. ftt.8u,Franeleeo huorcwr act supreme ,before -

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'150. Pairs. Men's Pants.-------.----$ .89 150 Sweater Coats, sale price-----$ .49Just Received 100 Ladles Hats to be the dollar.. : ;.. .J.... '

< 250 'Pairs '$2 and $2.50 Pants-----:- 1.35 Men's 75c Top Shirts_______._ __ .43 sold at 50c on the dollar at this sale. Extra special price on Trunks and -' -
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!'f- .' R R. Overalls .95 $3 and $4 Boys' Suits sale price 1.69 $2 and 2.50 Comforts, sale price $ .9 iS '
: 15c Men's Hose at_.._________.____ .09 ------ ,
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lit: TEe juildlng Is 153x180 TeeTIn 1 "
I "Trn according to Dr. Wright'sDialfct
1 Boy Drowned :at Tampa. dimensions four stories'In height and Georgia In 1837. He was one of the '.
\\Whtl;returning from the MaU n' Is', within 75 feet of Ihe-banks of Biscayne I Jioneer citizens of DeSoto county, and Dictionary Is used to denote'

dock,' with his 'father's empty dinnerp Bay. The hotel will accommo an man waa more hlehly rescected various.measures in different parts of

:p ? -In his hands, Samuel toIleT a date. 400 guests. The dining room England. In Yorkshire it means an I, 4 FULL QUARTS 'FOR : 4 I .
fibred boy some 12. years of age, alone; contains 3,000 square feet of To Hu.ba'end Wifo. oblong wooden trough for milk; also a : >
TIT Into the harbor: from the Hendry floor apace. A roof,. or' palm.garden 1 Preserve sacredly toe privacies of milking pail In Cumberland it is a
fiT Anight terminalsnear tho foot:of Is one of the attractive features. This'Is your own house, your married state wooden box used for carrying'coal or .u" .

'Nebraska.'avenue, 'Tampa, 'and wasdrcwned on the roof, and evenings the. orchestra and your heart Let no 'fatheror peat-in fact, an overgrown or exaggerated EXpp $s. P d.' T. .4St
,:: The boyi"ijt) ; appears had :a .will be stationed at this point. mother or sister dr brother ever presume coal scuttle. In'Oxfordshire it 1 ; !

'companion with ,him,. who; when ho to come between you or share Is a kind of baset! used.gardeners, ..
the joys or sorrows that belong to Bottled in Bond under: the_ supervision : .
aria Btmufcj fall into; the water, ran New Buildings, Bonlfay.v you and in :several counties a "trug" is a :
at;;topjapeed! 'for,the.lad's iathert",.forr actual ; two alone. measure of which three go to make up Revenue : t
The work of constructing of the IT. S. Internal : K :
Kettinirtry\ ; out for j help from ,peo- three, handsome brick structures I1! With mutual help build your quiet two bushels; hence '"trug corn" or {:.:
pie who.:': reiemuch, nearer the scene world, not allowing your dearest wheat signifies a measure of wheat allowed "., ;
'ttan\the1 latter; )As result, no immediate Bonny day The. will iew.commence buildings withina will, few bt'l earthly friends to be the. confidant of I to A clergyman as a kind ef 'Department, Guaranteeing; ,. Age,. : \ 1 '

: aid was offered, and the boydcowned4 aught that concerns* your domestics 1 tithe. "Trug corn" was payable at '' '*
'. l erected by ,B. H. Lindsey, a popularau peace. Let moments of alienation if Quantity and Strength, .
Leominstcr as late as I860.-London < .. :
A 1-lCKJO'; turpentine operator.on
; they occur be healed at once. Never. '
Held,, Without- Bait.P. the rr-r: ->- .. P-"nc-y"nfa ivnn 110. never speak of it outside but to Standard. .
and Wankeshau street, directly BLDIVS'S OLD RESERVEPure
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each other.confess, and all will come Yawning. .
W and Instantly
'who'shot .
Cox.
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; site Hotel.Eureka.. out right.' Never 'let the morrow'ssun Bill-My doctor says yawning Is '
tl U\e4\ Bud Martin .on the sweets of *
still find you at variance. Renew caused by a deficiency in the air supply Kentucky Corn WhiskeySEND .
; he toast of-Alachua, slxte&. miles '
( Illicit'Whisky.Seven ,
Sold
and renew your vow.; It will du- you .; to the lungs. .
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't1q rth'of .Gainesville, was brought, to .' ,'
negroes and one white man good. and thereby your minds will JIII-Thnt" fanny for a fellow usually i%
'd&inesvllte Sheriff Ramsey and ,
by .:were bound over at Tallahassee to grow together coirtented in that love does his: best yawning when somebody ..,. "
:jlftputy Hague and Is now In the Ala- ;:
await action of the United States. which Is stronger: than death and you Is.pumpinghot air" Into hlm.I .- : ..jI'
Itbaa. the action
: county jail awaiting ::
grand Jury for the alleged illicit sale win be truly one.-National Magazine. I Yonkers Statesman. .. .d,
p(]; the grand: ,Jury. Cox was: given 'a of Intoxicating liquors. They were I M1
:I're lmiaary'.hearing. In the court; ofJuan before dt
given a preliminary hearing Dogs and Fleas.
Sealley at Alachua,.and wasb /. i:
Hon. G., P. Mcord. sitting as United If your dogs are troubled with fleas ..
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) n d. over to the circuit court. with. IWE: .t
-- 'States'conunlasloner. a very simple way to get rid of, the SHIP s' :
bail "
;rogt[ -
pests Is to provide beds of fresh cedar -

'r Dies ,in Lake City. shavings or. better cedar excelsior ,. .', .
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i'iiai. ; ailflned Cleikalhip.lion. (
., of several In the kennels or wherever the
Following an illness days
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H.,: : Crane has"resigned thetiosltion'oi'deputf I' [PRESl .
Prof. F. Moodie died at his home In dogs sleep. The scent is not at,Jill f ItlAt .YJMi swstt1 ". r.auAfl
clerk of the United Lake City. Prof. Moodie was one of unpleasant to the dogs but Is abhor '. .
St .tea.'.Court for the Tampa' 'division the >oldest residents of that city and rent to the fleas. When a dogfsvcoat". .
"of)' &Sjbuthern District .of Florida. was well,known throughout the state gets thoroughly scented not only do t l
'Mr l Crane' was first appointed! clerk as an educator, having been an Instructor the fleas leave him while asleep but ,
of! the court on March 4, 1879, and, Hew they will not Jump upon him when he To atowDeW csatomesa ,what ve.can I
in the larger colleges. .
therefore has faithfully and efficiently : : ) send In exchange for their hud 'c&mc4dollars. ] ,
Is out during the day. Brooklyn
s,a,prominent Baptist of .the state, .
,Wtle3.C1eatdng
lose
wffling to
served In this '"capacity! for a period taken Eagle. ,we are !ketweaa wauwwaa _
and had always an active partIn ,T
Pox StralghtIskey (
of thlrtyone 'yesrs. He will continue by the price on'our aZ"r I wfat >
church work. and name,,the following nnjudof -
as United 8tates\commlssioner. Entirely Apt. Cgoxts: .__' ,- t 'L, t e
At first glance the novel's title. "The t full gallon j'A....,dter.',',63.75 -.' '
Cargo of Rosin. FOR LISt.'PREsSeAID >>
Large PRICE'
Child's terrible Death.A Rainbow." seemed to be lacking Insignificance fall 0a/tona 1WfIIa&.,.... 4.9513fHaarfa .
.tree' cut by 'three older, brothers The largest cargo of rosin eve but as it afterward,, wfdsIIe..; 4 R.9 '
shipped from Pensacola has Just left .... 4.7" : -
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whiskey
fell on the '1 eu:014'lOa of Mr. and Tdoped that the hero blushed crimson 24 fUIIpiirta : '
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there' for Hamburg on the British oLWimc wiutkey so.n'tht'JScntVty < : '
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Mrs. N. ;B- Hays resulting In the Infcmt's -. was blue with the cold bad, hiltIn'OW" tejukr '
: steamer South America. The cargo dlstQ1M. ; honest Nott! Maryland Corn "100 "
was seized by a black cent Q(
Instant death, at Calpley. The consisted of 49,000 barrels and Its valuation j i lip* gray Carolina people; We give you over-Cow per 'im -- :
little clill4 was"pUytug about the roots rage fell Into a brown study. grewgreet Is :"
iD2 measure sad when (whiskey If'ccfn4
ol; .th, tree while Ids brothers were was $193,000. J with enry. purple with indlgna- .ad.tfcfted. if you '2on't'coin. It' Western Com,. 100 per cent '2,75
tton. livid with fear yellow with chagrin worth JJ.SO per gallon keep 2 curta Fru '
carats The
the tree for firewood.
=: b Uoc.'Md t" wU t_** pact .
Manufacture Woodenwar ntun Laiircl Valley !
ferula ef "the' oU4 were 4t h,d. oat To and scarlet with embarrassment .ewmo.rba.... It..natto Jx : .5Q' "
*f tha faJUnf tldUr, and eta sees and I The movement launched for the purpose the title proved to be entirely apt.Puck. .- Returathla.d.ad mall rout w ,
.. L.Cuper4 Preddct act either place..) or azdnwpou Harvest Corn '. '. '. 3.50 :
lead" .. RQr! *nsle4,Jfreyoivd ,,>recwgaIl- ,, of at establishing Palatka Is progressing a woodenwjarefactory savIsfactorfly. __ letter to DIll'&aa terr& bw;C" .;i ,Pat, ; ....
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: The new concern w1l1 voc> M flftfY)OflfftA. North Carolina Style .Mountain Dew' 3.00 '". t'

AuNlnt at Invtrneta.Walls cnpy'aa, a 'Ideal site on the river just "Way do yon always put a pitcher of
se ilth 'of the mills of the Wilson,Cypress water and a glass on.the table beforean s Log Cabin .' 2 5 : ; r
atuaptlag to cross the UTe r o .. .
I- Company. It Is the Intention of orator" \ : 1 : '. '
roller bed B.T. Ellington!: met with-s .-
ceHoua accident at the West Coffee & the promoters to manufacture :all "'l"hataid: the chairman of many UP 13 6USS JABS OE 4 QUART BOTJUSAJ P BRpi

C4mpaay'a.min at.InTemelL .Just asl& .kinds''ol tubs, palls,, kits etc. !, reception committees,' "%to gite him lf'f.
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EUJnston, stepped onto the bed a :I r something to do' in cure-ftiTforjetJ'his 1la ,i
ae ro employe."not seeing him*started Potato Crop Will Bt Very large piece and baa to,stop' v jindthlnk.\ ."_ 111111 GRAS:'BLUM & Uti ; :

q the rollers tripping Mr. Ellington Indications are that about &,00'.a Washington Star., ,( !': ':

'. Sv&4 precipitating bIm'Tlolent17 to tho res ,,will..be panted In potatoes thisseason's I J ,.112 r..tara this"" ..... '51/49 Ba;Stl
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rainy
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; R ; .. ; October has Grocer-Good morning. Mr. Popple. S;' BJuw1r. (....kn4 prefernd.) x.. .

..;bones.force both.of below his weight aid above, breaiing the proven favorable and those who seem 'How'are those eggs I sent yon? No.oeaun.1C1S..ar-tD...,..hoop, De.e boWJ 110"nfaDdeci'- :tae IflICIt.ie+er.r.pr,mated y..... .LONG; ..; .', DISTANCE< .. ...... PHONE- .'i:188. :, ,., "' .I.' :,'., '., :k. : .

t .wrUt and dislocating, the wrist joint.' to know ,best state,that a wet 1,< Popple- Better, thaw.you.: They. are !!tasgso, t+alwl.}Jkslsawfl ... .... f, .- .;: : :i
\ means ,a good'.yield. : gaining string"eyeryTiilnate. J]I' *" .- "Iry.. :t." 'ft'*. lwLn by' O' v.: ,". .. ... '...._ ...... ., ..._',:0.'_ f y'' ". '>..',.. .w S
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iO; :Thi Plaza. Miami's newest hotel. ,W dead : ., J' b' .-.}!..,ft''t' i' N'.s tl' _" _..:....... '" .q. .t-. "_ ? ''. ".t
De nbe _".Jud ) .MarJoji,,paaon< more you*are; likely to.: ,lie.-ZImmer. *Il .: O. .I..LI..L, g e ..! .r ,0" .n.'e0 '..1. p-' '.\r.><;',. '"" ,..-
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I .- : ,$'.. .. ,List Saturday a,very" bogy day ....to QDzas.. .. .' .. snig _, :" 'II:..i".1D..E. .-",

; I\-v v.v.< :. for oar merchaiats... e"GDe'weaUIer' .... I call your' 'attention* to the-section of Tuesday froia'Mayo=,, :r,

\$ J: : 'J '. ', r and several wett a dvertised'ipealalsdrew > Sanitary; Ordinance No.. 69;which per attending the a11d: .

:,.- : '*. .-. ., the-people in from the country,and '. -.. tains.jto.tha .daily uta: ollime,.oayoorpremises .court for W'ae eo .{.,

.v r II ;'..' :: ",, "'BitS 0 f Local. a. rich harvest' cf shekels' was" gathered; \<, ; The,scavenger's' -
' ::: ::. In.e many violations during :tna"pad month. phnrs wasstrange BSc; ,.
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.' ;:" J' I have been lenient in.'this mit- ..
Mr. J. :M. Truby: and famU7"eDjojed very; cattle that' had "

. t (; ;: 'InformationSnoesatLevhon's. a dish of ripe strawberries for their ler and instead of i imposing fines, I.have with her owe -sows. Tbi i '
seat time
Tha.nkfigiviDgcliDDei. These;were the notices rime after ,to those figbt'betWeerthenaeive ,

;::- .;t I :"., C.. .1J I 0.'''''''' 211U1Mu ... gatheredin who have,violated this ordinance. As Lpbors
ripe'mawbeJ1lel ever
earliest
: ; r... madam qUick tars
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;" ; :\ ; this method has failed I notice that .,
give
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: i :,, .." &Sapp plantation, after Dec. lit, it.will be my duty to impose ed her left wrist,bat wl' .- "
1.: : :,',: -- a floe for,each violation. '
. ,,. : : are broken is act '
"1 ,j ;' -: \ Why;not have.Hoover;Bros. make a The health 'of our community is of '
; ,: : I line of new poplins pongees
7 ; See our attended
to the is '
't" .CSR '. life framed for at jury,- .
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ir': : : I mo- sized photograph von vital importance to citizen; there .
4' ; every
1. > '. hand loots silks, serges panamas
: : hoped will soon be baled .Jj
" : 1:;' .:" : Lorenzo Green spent SUda"lDlact. hairs,etc., eto. Morgan: a much lower price than, an old style 1 fore it should not be necessary to resortto i

,,-;.:1", sonville. cr&JOtt.woul4!cost. They ire the finestportrait : compulsion carry oat this measure.
'. '' w-p Mt OWe Gray retained Monday: ever. made. See samples :at .
C.'F. BOOVXK
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OlothingaXLe.ltou's.t Thanksgiving
where she spent
.1.,,",,"'. _, I from Ocala,! Hoover Bros. Studio. It '
!: ,' moved MsDrygood her friend Miss Rhoda Ltdclon. fleTenl. .. r
,. Bv. L. V. Skipper has with : '
' ; : i. G. W. Young and son, Ollie Young, 0

,. t_.,.;. t''U ir;.. .TI' -VIllA.-_-'- I Ladies coM suits, sweaters. iota of of Alachoa, are in Starke with a well I PDER. Thursday .forenoon. December, lit,

\ "" ./.... .;,-t. '.' V' ..";--a._' sp6ols'of thread for one Jlr. P. K.and Mrs. SalUa,M.
alt :,'< ,_'. '" *at ..-T .. new goods and 12 boring outfit. They have finished '
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I..,., i'l'; ," '.' ; .''c.' .. : f. ',,\Y ., 10 enta. r. W. HodgeI Starke. well at'the. bowling mill and are now j Absolutely Pur Neal were united in wedlock by Judge

..." : t'J xt':, .-.' 4 : Mri C. P.. Orion visited friends in water W. F. Malt at his home, in the
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t'. '. ..: ; .. --......... Mr: T.F. Hemingway and baby have boring one to supply for the big The
Waldo UoIAIA" __ the tt presence of a few frjendi. FLOOR
- 'J>; :J! .r" Waldo where they mite boiler at Light and Water Plant. Fl!
6 vs T returned from
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tfWTf.r .act. at Le km'" After the ceremony Mr. and Mrr.
,, furnishings
< Mrs. L. P. MU. Matanl aid Cafi
Mr. and Buffalo N
i&c: S (} her.parentl G. F. Wackersham Tartar .
; G lgar departed for Waldo,in the o igh.borbood Is, nude to- sue
,._. t ; ; M. Levitoa hats received a fine new ler. Y., Was in Starke Wednesday to look which &
; t : aA(iI.u a Pkp afQ'It of town the groom ownsa constant walking;
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cafe for bis.store. after business with the tax collector. >
'. is iI.': .' Get ready: for winter, fireplace linings, flue farm where they will make their tramping of :

'- r '." ,,<::. '.,,, Goat. suits and coats at Morgan's .. fire brick, oak mantles, spark:Senders, Mr. Wackersham is a large Bradford future home:fiThe bride,is of the Hampton will stand all tbie-.a o .

, ,. .it, ".!" '"... eta in Itock. Quigley's ll-184t county property owner and expects to section and wu formerly Miss Bed-
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of.Ocala
. '" .. .' ," Geo. W.Baisden, was make his home here at a future date. you are looking targuns ace
," "." I M. HazeD and dish. Both the xroom and bride am
" ',-: : town Wednesday.: Messrs. G. W. and E. Shrivfer.
: :" .." ( or J, of Ward City were G. L. Blount, cue of oar subscriber, highly respected and their many friends

.:! :'f{_; '1 ::??.There ale nodill days at Leviton's. H. Clemmons business, In Starke Wednes writes fromPompano that he saw the Corks at Mitohel'i Drag Store cheaper wish them all happiness.J. .
.;'ttff'f! e' transacting
f' -; ;: :). ,-- Mr.. and Mrs: W.. ,E.Wainright visited famous "belled buzzard" there on No- than you can buy them from the jobber.
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. .. C. Alvarez has bought the cigar
__ Hampton Tuesday. day.Just vember 27th. This buzzard is occasionally Santa Clause will arrive at Shriver'son
.F'R$::'&: iv:>, ; received at Morgan's, plain nain mentioned in the papers as appearing the 10th. store heretofore operated by. "O..,W. A'-

..; :...:.' teSP"; :'.. ... Sweaters- 'for ladies and children atMorgan's. lOOks, white and colored linens, long : at different places in Georgia and II I I varez and will ,at once replenish the

-" : -:..,:/ ,> cloths, mercerized Tafetas, etc. Florida. W. T.Dry den and Mrs. Maggie Johns stock. He will carry soft drinks, confections ... VIH
.., are visiting Mrs. L. T. Powell at? Arch
':',4 :"It .' Miss Dea Weeks went to Grslnesville G. W. Johnson and amity have moved and a full line of choice cigars
:,. Enoch Mott. one of the old and sub Creek. .,
; ,; \ :Tuesday to visit relatives.' from the Sim Kelley place, west of stantial I citizens of the Lake Butler, section and tobacco. i

J < l pound atJ. Starke, to the Dukes section, near Lake has the B. F. farm Just tell them that you saw me at .
,A : :,. Bntterine only 80 cents bought Gainey Shrirer'e.Messrs.. .P

i;t' : <" '. O. Carter's. Butler. near Heilbronn Springs and will move
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? < :-,:r.> 3drs. Irvin Johns returned Wednesday Do not forget that a dozen photo- 'there in the near future. Mr. Gainey A. H. Crews and Scott How- One Cent a Word

; *from Lakeland graphs make 12 dainty Christmas pres will move to the western part of the ell, of Dukes,.were transacting businessin .
to .
visit .
,\ g. > a Strfrke You ems
,,; J. .. M. ents. Hoover Bros. Studio. It I county. Tuesday. more bcary.1.!
without r
:;: l i t"1:: ? Prescriptions a specialty Mitchell's: Harry Rivers returned to Phi Sigma Roadmaster S. A. Bryan is very busy Sbriver, the well known Ward City FOR SALE-Light cultivator. Enquireat marring

',.j.;. '......1{<...'.. ,,; .Drug.,'.. Store. College, :Melrose, Tuesday to resume his :putting his division of the Seaboard rail merchant, has an advertisement in the this office.; 13-3-tf, anityanlie '
, Telegraph the of .
r" iI' f.,. :/7? A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. J. H. studies, after having spent Thanksgiving 'way in good order to.meet the demands Banta Clans announcing to his store. Mr.coming Shriver FOR RENT;five! room cottage. J.E.' -;

t-:' r..a. '.'" 'Bitch Friday, November 25th. in Starke. of the heavy traffic, and more than one makes a special effort tamest the wishes ,Fetch, Starke. 10-21-tf- xjtpfoof 'JTout weertwoot mooey,. tr<#

r ''. ':: :half of the depot platform is occupied of the public at all seasons and those docaa't do all 4rFOR c4tat -
: ::#:' ; s"; Watch for Mrs. Lane's Christmas an. Suprema Cream is &n ideal skin tone
I c" 'with hundreds of kegs of spikes and who visit bus store will find that he has I FOR RENT-a rooms, one with fire SALbY
softens
,.f 't ., '""' nouncement. and and face cream.the skin.It nourishes Try it., Starke 'track bolts. provided well for: their holiday wants. I place., Enquire at this office li-ttf _

preserves
r Abram Bessant$ has accepted a position .
tV ,. ,, 'Y1th G. G. Livingston & Co. Drug Co. The following party spent the day at PLEASING MUSICAL, EVENT. '! WANTED-r-At tne Telephone Exchange Q'ui.g1SAtI +

5 The W. O. T. U.will meet next Monday Melrose Wednesday: Mrs. J. W. Hodgesand : ,a night operator, lady or gentleman.J. .

." GotoMott Bros.'s, store If you want December 6th at 8 p. m. Let every : her guests Mrs. D. J.'Carpenter,;of Pupils. ol Hiss label WHs" Gate En- Lt Warren.

.." cOod barpiDa. Mrs. E. 'Newton, N. O.,and Mrs. A. D. William. tertalnlnfl EecltaL
D. Knight
! 1 J> member be present: FOR SALE-Second-hand dropheadSinger ; 'a
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-.. of Live Oak, Mr. H. C. Richard and ..
"- J. C. barter has received a new safe secretarr. I son, The recital given last Friday evening sewing machine,price$15. In.:.

,/, \' for his store near the depot. i .Mr..Bryant Hodges., They had a plea/- by members of Miss Mabel Wills', piano quire atf this office. '
: AU the new, ideas in ladies neck wear
.. :? J. '., ant time and made the journey in Mr. class afforded an enjoyable evening for

: '.' :," >". -:. / ; :'. Auto.scarf' and:neckwear' In Persian at Lane's. ..Dutch collars and Middy J. Bodges' fine automobile. I the class and a part 'of invited guests. FOR bushels genuine OO.day

='' "-.-; /" J''affects at Morgan's. ties are the"vogue forHhis season and r Burt seed oats. D. W.. Pinholster,
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/ / Metsrs. E. A. Benson, Grant Benson A very interesting program1 was car .' '
.. 'S .,.'* will find them'at this store. Brooker J1a..' 122.2$ $$1
vi Oliver WardjDity, was you tied ,
. Bece
; Miss of oat b'DUmber
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itt .. 1. his son, and T.' J. :Nolaa, of Omaha, reflecting 'credit _J "

" 1Jf :";:' '. "' \< ayWtorinStarke'lastSatarday. J. W. Hicks, formerly the proprietor Neb.. arrived in Starke .Tuesday.: The on pupil ,and teacher,. after which delightful WANTED car 8 '% DJD& sultabl .far

3. '. < For bargains In all kinds of merchandise !of"a barber shop in Starke, now of Jacksonville first named gentleman! some'time ago refreshments were served., light hoaee-keeping. J5b bee .at this; writes Mrs.of __

._ ': see J. 0..Carter. has been renewing. acquaintan bought' nearly" 60,000 acres of land iDBrl.cuord Miss Wills' pupils: are making fine cffloe. 114i.. __

" oes here this week. county:and came down to progress and she 'was the recipient of yet'' Ib
KMrs. H.X. Scarborough and children FOR SALE-Stove' aadflrtpace woad
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.. *. /. are'visltlng'her father Mr. M.,]!. Hale, George Carter, who was shot throughthe mike arrangements for selling it.. Grant many the compliments from those presenton on short notice, ft a .load. !. Drop a dnLfoftoaKg tt, t
: ; October 29th has far Benson will probably, stay here daring advancemsat, shown by. those 'I' ;
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i ot Dukes.. body on so recovered card to L. Papp;Stark*.' 12-2-2t.
,:. :;' .1.;> from, his wound that he is able the winter.A taking part in the recital. Ot
. > fresh: Following is the of the evening FOR.8ALE-i-l 6-horee gasoline
.. ; NnnnaUy's candies by express 'walk about.. program power Jcfi'JQf.
."'. r. SC&ruDrug Co. ,iH8Senator I to, dozen'young people'of Starke, in response : engine; 12-borse power gasoline ,'en .
: HHHBBVH.
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.:' I to'aD invitation,went out:to the gine. $0. 'G O. Livingston & Cow |p t.totake
of
I H.' Thomas, a_ former citizen n
". E. E. Canova and .family.rV 'Music"Flowers! of the Forest" (Mnl- 10-28-11 it, I
'. Sampson City, ''but now of Earleton, hospitable home of Mr. And Mrs. J. '
x 0. r.. .' ',. visit to Wood- liner). Mattie Warren. bad colors
; turned TncBdayfrom a Wednesday where
.. t. .' .. Alachua. county, was transacting business Uglow evening, theysat SALE
,, Song_"If I had the World to Give FOR -'40 acres, 3 miles ricttti- pain and
,. \ti"; ... "' r-:.,".''"-' stock'; ,' ,. in Starke last Saturday. I down to a bounteous.,supper table. :Ton. Louise Beasant. west of Starke good location' 18 or 20 105 pounda.a U
:" ,t' : and The viands included all kinds of delicacies acres cleared ready frr plow 'and '
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; of .Hudnuts. perfume
, ". ': (. v?,, .. '.. ,New wate4.ati line ;Mitchell's' Drag Store. ,Miss Amelia Ray left Monday morning but the piece de:resistance/'w" a Music-"The Flower' Daece", ". (Spencer). plenty timber no,other improve ,'good color,:

';'" ;: ;., ', ., .toilet to visit the families of Dr. N. G. big, fat possum,which was much!enjoy. Bessie'oDe., .. ments.\ Address W.E.Davii, Starkfi. !nd: 'weigh

the., Graham jaw of Jacksonville, and Mr. R. H. Music Characterietl&niarch. Fla. 2-4-tf.
: l ,. Barnes, 'Reynolds, Berry ed and bighly praised. After the meal -. -- Ruby '
man, was in Starke :Moore of Culverton., Georgia. 'Dekle.. 'I
xaUland.turpentine, ,
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the listened to choice piano and
, dfJt party .
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. .. .t-:.,.'<," ,,' ,. Teesdcy.7. .., ._ J Mr and Mrs. Julian Peek and, Mr. guitar selections and {nduleged in popular Duet "Dance of the Flowers" (Fearis).. ..- ;"'r
Mattie and Ida Y :
ftW. '.The popular; .,.K1 At" underskirts, Sinclair Peek r came over from Jacksonville games. The, occasion was in honor Warren.'
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'r" ... :CARLYtEPEEKContractor
.:. Song-"I Remember Yon.
; Anna
'' JIj\.; x' .1 prices |2 to |5: at Morgan's. to spend Thanksgiving witb'theirparents of Miss Freid1P. Bane who is a guest att1e'Uglow'home. g
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; ; ". ., -, OoL and Mrs..0. L. Peek; .. Oanova. '
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i' 'P./ : Miss Preidrt Raae.'of Elgin,BL, arrived Music-"The Rose Fay!'.(Hetas):. Lon: and. Builder TheWoiBeware'

,,,",.,: x ;, :k t in Starke:Sunday and'is 'guest. of Mr. and:Mrs.,Hiram Brumer, of Col- Mr 3. J..Sternberg, a unique and iseBessaht. cf3 S
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'. 9..h: ,'. .. <. lira.-J. Uglow.Gapes' I mar, Pa.,.are pleasantly located at Mrs. valuable piece" of tapestry' in her home Masio--Indian intermezzo (Mills). Ida .Cor..Cherry: and Jackson Sta. bus, mineral' ;' _

c.' 1---' : ,..,, '-', I. Annie Jo1 nl' boarding house. They in. on- Cherry street, which is used as a Warren. Starke niL '
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l : stylish,, '.skirts;. .silk-;waists in sinlc_ Into J
l'! '. the winter here. portiere between the ,halt'and.. ._
.q. : : : black.and colors, at Morgan's. tend to spend drawingroom. Music_ "Faust"' (Leybacbj. Lunette, like lead lo
> It is of heavy double cotton
Contractors. L., Adams and J. J. Register Concrete -. Brick, ors> -u er
4&-i!; J ; Miss RnthWahirigbt returned Wed cloth, one side .beiug black with white Music J. "Chicago :March" tit '
11 Sparkman have begun.the erection a (Sawyer). Sldeialb.
'. nesda from GrinesriUe, where. she had figures and the other white with black
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,:,.::} : 6-room tenant cottage for W. J. Griffin Anna Oanovo. Curb and Goiter table: as4poJsocous ;- asIt'
been visiting relatives. figures. It was woVen by hand and
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,. .:.; on his farm a short distance northwest Music- "Grand Valse de' Concert"Mattel ---,.. ,
''x;j: .Painting,' paper' hanging decorating of the.dty.' ,dyed by her mother,Mrs. Sophia Brown, ( ). Mattie Warren. Manufacturer of .dangerous iup-ft<*.
j
: : and sign painting. E. O..Duke at Quig: in 1845. The figures, consisting of trees Music-"Flowers of Spring" (LaEarye). 1Vam FIFE' ; Pt
t : : ; for toad
culverts
'11.18 Elder'W. ,R. Cottrell, of Jasper, will flowers, birds and geometrical' designsare .
4t. .
Gene
lSessant.EDAARD'ALVAREZ
;: JfJ1.'a. well curbs ., harmless :
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etc.COICiETE
,. .. '. '" preach :Sunday: at, the Advent church. I of faultless execution and tasteful 'J -
t. :;.. .. Mesdames E. .M. Hazen and James Elder Cottrell is a LODGED IN ILflCIJ for1 permanent, .
:,:F' .., very pleasing speaker I arrangement, and though the portiere JAIL I '
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p t:'-:. ..... "," ".Crews- of Ward City, were' vlrftorsloStarke and the publio is cordially invited to 1 has been washed innumeranle femes, the fire-proof. moisture-proof mont

'r-.. ..."'., .;;,, -<' ....: -Tuesday: -, >- hear him.DeWitt. color has not faded. :It is'a. beautiful tharged lUll 'Yl81aU g Coadltioos 0' buildings. [ tie

" ;:.1'v'. ,;- Kaw skirts, poplin ..in. all the new C. Jones, Livingston &,Co., relic included from the loom time work wheD'a aa lady's well as education needle HIs Pardon Correspondence, Solicited.

shades, gtoghams for schooldresses at is at I.e Ylh-week superintending a work. Edward ,Alvarez was arrested last
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A;'' ';, Morgans., a16.tf, large contract for plumbing at the handsome Sunday by Sheriff Langford and. is in -- -. M

; ,- Mrs.R..T; Richard of Tampa; i. T bore of Mr. and Mrs. James J). the county jail await'ng instructions ...

iting her parents,.Hon. and:Mra. L. D. Randall. f from Governor Gilchrist. Alvarez was 1
:
-4 k'' .:- Wall, of this oity.1i .__ Henry Freeman came from Gainesville WHEfl BOWELS convicted of murder several years* ago -
and sentenced. to :the r t
yt: ,Prescriptions,called for aaid'deUVered. where be is a student at the Fieri- ... penitentiary for
lifa. He was at liberty under
the termsof
?:* service guaranteed. Mitchell's day University spend Thanksgiving Flooring "
Prompt ..
ARE UNCOMFORTABLEand conditional
a pardon, which gave him
Drag stole. with his parents;. Dr. and Mrs. A. H ,
Freeman.Mr. his liberty only dgood. .behavior. .
J. L. Brownlee has as guests her Sheriff has f.
'' Mrs. Langford had made to him -

''mother, Mrs., Logan and_ sister. -, ,Mrs. J. T.,Wills, Jr., of Waldo, was in you miss that fine feelingof several complaints regarding the roungm&Q' '
k Point,"Miss. Starke Sunday.: On his return he was exhilaration which 'f llowscopious' .' 1 iline
it'1 t : Roan, of West '. c ndoct''during the past few g .
,- \ i. ; accompanied by his wife and two little a morning operation; months and these complaints finally be- "

f Receiving new goods ell'the.time and daughters, who had been visiting Judge you Jhouldput: (;a small,quantity ; came so numerous that he felt it his du. .' .
a s t iU doing business at the old stand. J. ty to arrest Alvarez and report the matter : :, '. .'-
Liver .
J. .
: : and Mrs.. '.T.;W11lI.h of Simmons-Red ,Z '.>, "':: 3. -,;--- : -
: .. i : to the governor. :
WH04ge ; '
FlYss. .., Ilie Form :: ; .,
I powder ) -
Regulator ( '" -
Sidingkjtriir
% i P. S. Crews accompanied the sheriffto '
Dr. John
Q. Garner, of Indiana, is :
;and Mrs.: Henry Chace, of 'Jacksonville % :
Mr.
,
; the and wash .it the
spending while in Starke. Dr. Garner on tongue make arrest and Alvarez was cakeD : ; : 'j
: mSfe : ,spent the first. part of the week down with little water. into custody at the Starke LumCompe.n'I' ,, ". ,. "
t'; .' / with Mr."and Mrs. Joseph Hoover. attended school at Lake Butler from a mill where he has been 'k o\;... : ;'. ...:.: .' ', ,
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; &- .: 1876 to 1878 and remembers many of the Its action in: the system ,ifs working for several months. Sheriff : : :
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: t ; Mr.and J.f. -s.' John Markley, uncle and old time citizens of the county.L. purifying and strengthening Langford had been told that Alvarez ,.."..: :: .'.... p. 'Finn:

;- }y <:> aunt of Mrs.Annie Johns, of Landsdale, had ,threatened to kill anyone who attempted ":,- ;::;;; ,' \-1:{ :; :< -. '. ..;

y Columbia ooonty,'Ps ,>re ..visiting .her .. Bv Austin took advantage' :, of the It drives put:hard 1 impactiona to arrest )him, but 'ba made no '.,; .'tY'I, .....- .,:,,.:.:{ .: }" ; 0' _
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cold weather butchered and "and attempt at resistance Sunday/when ;
Thursday and giyea.tone
impurities, the
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; .w l T1 enadonc.thlapapw. win be plauwd.to :B..:F, Thomas, of :Boeton; Mass., fhohad troD{' relievsIabloated'feiltg:;; and Irarrecahed'a-telegram'from'the: : ,. ';e.i;, :: 't },- ,.1" Terms' Cash ,3. .
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