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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 9, 1910
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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T.aleg..:.... .'a hotiga The Tea he i' Institute r of Bradford V Sunday night no less th>sit three stores Last Friday morning a report Rae cir.@ntated Monday;'Dec:5191P: ; ,af lOa.ID'-, Thebes eprefaitprcacbIng( u
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:.:.dn h and
intti ) the
burglar .
La
Starke brutes >> a
November'25 were to they affect that Jala Squirec/a a board of county oommissioners .
.wUbJbliwork.1, Oocm1mDuLabBu&1er on -
burglars for the. purpose of appropriw; aReU known in Starke had beenddieaog0 called to,order Chairma i & with Dujyworkisr < &4dt4eday., Every. .
negro *
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rvfoalladtobrderafloiao'olook
did ; 'q Theraeeting
aa :; ao f,1'aepaptaritti? the ni 1910. :: { .pupil j ;to'raaie nil '
.RT lit .t> the' shag what:"portable property?? migblrbe :: from,:hit lodging placer in the following ammbea.preseat; .* W.. J.Eppersonr .' ';= gradesand
i of renting ttoothly of >rjto by prcridentijb."FoppelL ) i vIn ; erer id4
loose ; iee' to it that d
Aftez singing; lying;around : Thomasville had frozen to t death ,'W.G. Seals,C. J. Knight and '
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pQtDGbIo the
his child
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paper is and
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,what.order. the stores were} visited during the.night..? Sh rlft.r. N.- Lanjf- J..a. T'haiton
is trying toTUone, for' (bli'1apeby Couniry, 'Tia of Th@e" Dr. of t helped'
It not known bagasii is weltknoargbrboth toy Minutes thereby ;:teaclieir I"",to help the.
: ford went out "there enquire into the of last meeting read a'nd i.p- ,
Hit DQbxlntted.devotioml
knd GalnesvflleC
piling pttbltf&lnft fc. covering .
emIclaea. hil4.. 1'h_Rb'trime one cr-more
dayft
honest and dishonest that '
persons case and found out the proy d. ( .
following particulars .
irmoritbs' of October and Then the .
September following
.. program was "there are no dull.'dayspat atLeviton's," : rr j The unfinished business from last in e every week ?ona cr mere weeks in a k '

ember all in one. The"Uat follows: rendered__, __: .._ ._ moats ':i sp1jcte4 to ..
cannqt5 :
v r it be presumed that;'his store was "'had' keep up. :
H may Squiree lately been working meeting was taken up and disposed of
: "FlG.. on
A Tf m i7; 1 Oolley;B D"Qtly Address of welcome, ScheU. ? V
with iiia clam b=to
first; entered in the hope ot making a the Wannee as follows : ; ;;jiuketds grade; yet .
branch :
HF Bedding,.J B,Florrid, T' Awford Besponse,,.W: N. Henderaon::; phosphate train; but all'the teaalien'are irilllag w V.
to
N rich haul at once. A ladder was raised had received The settlement road help extra "
that that'leads'fromthe '
some injuries
,Jack Herd,DE Knight, S W "Mission of County Schools, 8. A. incapacfiUted ; '
: ; the thief boars a bcnt: ;..or gM wlio baa been provi t
tbe back door and
loose! B 0 Lang, B R Cooper, Dr. L Draper. Discussion: B.:A. Green.llinlo against him to workjaud{ he also had chills Starke and Sampson public road toward Dttauy4 :lade> Jr ''' -
; wept in through tbe transom. Bat not .. e ; ,
and fever. He lodged With Dean Pullman Hampton and intersects the :" AV
Edwards McDonald '
fDenham Mitchell B 8 Dn- Miss EeU 'L"
4 ;.D 1Blame, G LfBtonnt! ,.J&iobard ''Importance, of Early! TrainingTopical in even a nickel had been left in the 'till who keeps little store in Thom.. Hampton public road at or ,near W.,.8, Others The enrt'JI'Atft '..... reached 'SS9 and' '
; art cW
and the disgusted visitor went out Fntch's .about i exr beford 9 tne holidays. ;
asville and he ; ;
s, W,H'Cfemmons;'MrsJ'E Oribb; J Excitation;" Miss Mary Riherd. and Henry Sherman slept place, one' mile frotq "
through the door,, which he left wide in a lean-to adjoining the store. Hampton, a"petitionhaving been Every day./addir' new vigor new. .Tim, :
'
A Parrish JohnW.Carter "B. D. Adams.Talk pre
:B Discussion
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,, new, enthosiaMdi wort
:to the
., of the. s
sented .
'J'Pinholster open. Early last Friday morning Squires by citizens and taxpayers,asking >?
Mizell
tthew Lynn, J AJ J T by Mr. O. L. on organizing school. For those
The next stop wa probably at J. W. that be who wish a coininercial ;
ives' %W, W Forsyth'" T:M: Shaw;J B corn clubs,in the schools. awoke and complained of being very: same made a public road, same course there will
: t Morgan's, who is known to keep all cold. Sherman and lit oil having been advertised i, by written be an opportunity =tin
sal; R.N'BaitteiiHeary'Co! :,$ Sell "How to Inculcate High Ideals, Miss got up an notices Starke School .
sorts of in a box on a shelf. A High commencing Jan- ,
money heater and pl&ced"along" said line
Jane black, W M Igou; Franks Minnie .Lee. Discussion, Mrs. Ella put some extra cover on for thirty ...
the
,l'BT6ynn'E"B"Bielling-. Roberts and.H. B. Wiggins. pane' of glass in the back door was Squires. But the latter, clothed only in days, and no objections being filed.with nary second: We have been fortunate !.
broken and the lock opened from the in. the in securing the service of an expert
. Boll call.,, an undershirt and drawers, rushed out board, upon motion and second the

.Palsiplghti1WStewartCRSapp Crews,:JD Darden,'B A Thomas; ?Noon recess. side. But, alas for human plans, everypenny of bed, opened the door and ran out on petition was granted and said settlement commercial teacher, (now teaching, in _:

Methxl bad>een shut up in the big safe the street, although Sherman tried to road declared and ordered to be a public one.of the. Business colleges t of Jackson
Tinker, J B;, Kite: ,E Kite, JJ Jones, vBeat of Attaining the Happy ville take
thief ) to ,of the
and the doubly disgusted left. charge commercial .'
make him road.
: come back. The
'W.mD : ConeD morningwas
$ D D R'Oitation'and '
Medium Discipline,
: Bpwe, : in >
r department ,
J; F. Kickliter had done a roaring :; Yon will get exactly the
J &. .
Rosier
bitterly cold and the of the was granted further
:" Wm E'Davla>W .N Murdaugb, | Miss Mary'Bailey. Discussion, L. ,A.Pirih'olster vitality time "
Morgau IlL Brownlee, H BLew, and H. B. Wiggins. business Saturday night and his place. man was low, which, in addition to being to report upon public road fsom La\vtey same'training as you wooid'get if you .
; was next tned. The humble thief again 1 were to attend'the'. ,Jacksonville. schools .'
bare-footed and cloth to Clay county 1i 1e. ;
Mrs. insufficiently
.MelVin. Jane Till,,;E M Mott, Address, Prof. John A. Thaxton. >. .
tried a back door with his usual success. and we want yon to note' that you can .. .
W.
ed, soon chilled him He G. Seals
Grif&s, ,John.Croft,;8 B Denmark, "Why: the Country Pupil Should Ed through. wentto reported contract let for .
Tbe door on the east side of the store get it here at two thirds the cost.- .Eememberjbat. '
Williamir; G W Andrews, O F Pace, ucate," R. A.Green. Discussion, S. A. the place of Sarah Lewis, who made building bridge across Doable Ban

es,Austin,,W WWard, Wm cOne, Draper. had one pauel'replaced with a pane of him sit by tbe stove while she got ready Branch: .,this;department will open '
: glass, This glass was taken out and the some breakfast and coffee of A petition January 1, 1911. The first; 23 scholarships ;
k J'ODN"O' R Manning, J,N;Nor Then the meeting adjourned to meetat which she waa presented signed by W
iron bar across the door on tbe'in'sidepushed Stallingaaad will be sold for half price and :
made him partake. He then out J. ; yen f*
i; Miss Kate Livingston;E Hicks, D 8:80;: o'clock Saturday morning. ran othersaangipermia well '.
A little over three dollars will do tC'-pttn as one of thia num V'. 1
away. again and went to John Parker's bouse. sion to c&auge'that portion oftue ,
ones;B M.Jenkins,J;W White, Mrs. SATURDAY A. If. Starke .

was found in the till and this was He fell when he and Sanderson her. ,For full particulars address, W.
reached the door and
flattish Elder David Johns J 8 "How to Make.History Interesting public road by Lon
all transferred to the thief's pocket and [N. Henderson,Principal,'Starke Normal '
ie; C R'Armstronar, J H Dowling,'A and Instructive in the Primary Grades." was almost dead when Parker pat him Thompson's plantation by running said .
; saved him.from bankruptcy. to bed. He died a few minutes later. road east 125; yards .' and.HtghSchoolStarke.Florida., '
&rby/'s' W,Andrews: ,. Jr, H 8 Wil General discussion. ; placing if: on section '
f' R.R Tison, Ollie Griffis, A B Xo- "Importance of Consecutive ,Work in The thief, disgusted with Sunday Mr. Langford could find no evidenceof line for-a distance'of one-fourth The StarkeMTdrmaland: : mgli'School tf

night's bad lack, tried the game again Squires having been ill treated I a mile. Upon motion said will suspend work for the holidays onWednesday
B Results H. B. and
ory, B,A Green, W H Green, O Producing the Best change was
Monday night. The store of J.:W Deo. 31, 'and;will rename
.- Henry Cox,, Be.T J.Clark, SF HarrelL Discussion, Miss Minnie Lee. came to the conclusion that Squires bad granted to petitioners a
White & Son was entered easily enough been the victim of Upon motion and work again'utonday'. Jan. 2, 1911. Quite" i
D B Browning,'pi PeUicer, J The Necessity FrrquentRevlewL"DiIC11II1on a crazy spell at the second three dollars ..
; ,
.The back door oil Walnut street is a number of tbe teachers will the .
provided time, and no inquest was held. were especially spend ,
,'Wnrtght, MS Alderman;Annie Miss Stella Will ams and appropriated for Harold
.. with an opening to accommodatecats. Jute Squires well liked Clark and W. J. holidays with their home-folk andfsomd" :* '' *
XouU..E&pP.%B J ,Pearce, W Miss Mary,Biberd."Innovations was by all:who Epperson instructed to '

omu,; Mrs, E, B.Dyal, H Gainey, Detriment; to Public The thief' reached in through the knew him. About two years' ago;his investigate his condition and report at areeipectingto attend the State each* ; I*

.Wills,M fIo Eliza Phi.ao,H W.PinDr.IdaHeiberger.AAMclieod- Schools,'.' W.'N. Henderson:; hole and with a stick pushed away the marriage was held in the colored churchin the next meeting of the board. era Association at Pensacola; ; .
;
bar the door. He here found and The Teachers
Ti .Daring the business meeting the following across Thomaaville. He asked the white Upon motion the name of Mrs. West ? Association of Bradford.:

f Dowling J E Edmonson, H F! Par.ttr resolutions were adopted; appropriated $' in small change. people to be present and they' were therein was placed uPon the pauper roll and county- will hold' its next regular meeting.'atEaiforjI 4

;. JO Oooe,.J N Oiteen, J S Grlf- Whereas The Teachers' Association The Mott brothers' store across the a big crowd, bringing a large number paid four dollars per month. : on Saturday bt-fore the "

,J A J McKinney, D, W Moore, AIr of Bradford County met in session, assembled. street from.Mr. White's was entered of presents, but of late his, wife had Firearm bondWor W. H. Miner and fourth chJ.1n: January The program ', .

f"; ,'TM WflUsms" O.M Belly, A F t* Lake Butler November 25th next., The door on Walnut street was left him and he had been shiftingifhimself. H. G Alderman approved and permits. fpr.tbis.meeting' will be submitted. V

& .hee.; P Bryan, J 0 MoBae; B Is) and 28th. has had a very profitable fastened.with a bar, but the bar was so '. issued. as' soon as possible. '
loose in its sockets that by pushing the Bonds of J. J Oa Wednesday evening Dec. 21St, the ,
J J Morgan, J 8 Howard, J E PerJ.Ii'&yaoA.jMiiler meeting; Colson for tax collector;
door from the outside its halves School Board UoQtes.) High School will hold '..
: two the
N. D. Wainright regular fall. :: ,
: 'FW' Wa- Whereas, The faculty and school of tax. assessor, J. S.
separated. enough to admit a stick for School board met 'with all membe* Griner term debate. at.tbe, High. & building..- a "
Aaron Fonts, 'A A Durden,;J D i Late Butler High School have so enthu- ;( county treasurer and J. D. -

} ITS, ){ft.-. E. F Johns :Mrs. J' J i elastically labored for the entertainment lifting off the bar. Here the intruder present. Minutes of last meeting. readand Cobb; justice the peace, second else "The subject is"Should Women Vott.'*

i "r;:' Andrews, B 'J Andrews: D and pleAsure of the association, and found and pocketed'25 cents. approved. tion district, presented and approved. Everybodyiicordiallyinlted., :Como :;.

The doors of both the White and the i J. V. Edwards wa appointed supervisor Contract for and bring your friendswith,yon..,, The \,:
Vann; B ,H Green,\ J M Bising Whereas The, good people of Lake sewerage for jail award
I"IS':, tTwrh1U, G B" Dnpuia'S D Dukes,' Butler have so' hospitably opened their Mott store were in the full glare of an of Bradford school and J. M: Roberta ed to the Quincy Plumbing Co., theirs folio wiog is the Honor Roll for the wetk .: z

1e Reddish, J.F ,Johnson,'Miss: : AD 1eer" homes and provided so royally for the arc light. supervisor of u ity. [being the lowest bid submitted, IS09.15.; ending Dec. 2nd. ", a ,
The cigar and cold drinks store known i Petition asking for school at SebronDopson's James Miss Fnpp.-Willie Agin, Paul Cacova V':: V
e ,;PL' Thomas, A S. Strickland,J comfort of everyone who attended the Reynolds, the contractor for ",

'. r i, ,A' E Shaw, J U Mott, F M sessions, andWhereas as "Oscar's Place;' now received atten referred to superintendent. the county convict for 1911, filed h Jackson Bailey; Harry Canova.Au-: ,

,- '' :J R"Holhroofc;B O Ferry, F L Dr. Thaxton delivered a tion. Back of the store is an annex, An extra teacher was given Rising bond with the board of county isgpstine Long, Thomas Limbaogb, Clyde. V ....

I Willie E Grit where the upper panels of the door are school. sioners. Same wa.s' McFarlsud, John Mott,, Joe Wainright, !
I' James Beynolds, most, pleasing and profitable address before approved by th> I "

. 'Harrison; Bev. H C Harris, E .- the association, and ,. out, and thus the lock inside was easily, Henry Mitchell resigned as supervisor I Iof'Thuntou board and contract signed'and' properif"I',Mildred' Bobbins. ,Nellie Stearns, Ira"Wilson ;; 1'

I, : .AJ: ; Ore M, WO Brooks,:David I Whereas, The public press, both at opened. Between the ,annex and the : school and J. S. Clark ap' executed and filed with tho boardV I.. .;

"lag,'.N J Johnson, Louis Johnson,Den .Lake Butler and Starke, have aided usso store is'a window, which was raised, I I pointed. The board; adjourned -. mtil the,first. Miss Millen.-Roddy Crosby: Bomy .' I' '
their and through it the store was entered Moved to purchase one-half dozen 1 Dekle;Carl Edward 'Fedora Edwards .v"
in ; ,
It 1a' Seboy. Jones, Viola,Johnson, much through columns, and Monday January 1911. ,
i : Be G A Fataht J. Tbe modest sum of 28 cents was all theo t primary reading charts. i Felson Green, Clarence Hale, :Frank '
BlelUng; f4 0 lent, Whereas, Supt. C. Poppell, our W. T. WEEM, Clerk... ,
>=. 8 M!Wells,J F Kickliter., S M Car- worthy president, presided over !he'd rewarded this "cheap skate"of a bur Teachers who were absent from theinsti'tute ckller! U'D7 Mot t, Walter Thomas; '. J

.at Mrs.'8 J Kelly, OLMirellTGM liberations pleasantly and impartially, glar. This'place has a reputation foi will note that a few cents were Death ol Bra Edith'Barns.Mrs. Willie:Tompkins,>James,Williams,Wal ;'I

? J W ParrisnJM: Futch, J ,R bo- audio the,secretary:' :Miss: Mae Kennedy good cigars and a few were taken. deducted from each warrant. This was .. Edith Burns, wife of-Mr..J.,.P ter Weeks, Austin Winkler, Ralph Williams 1

011 J B Townsend, Alex ,Dye, John who served *Q efficiently. Belt The thief was apparently a cautious ordered by vote of the teachers at the I Bu.rns, ,died at the'home,..of her uncle' ;'HazJa,Attaway,;Ehoda Bennett, I:
l Dukes band well acquainted with the placeshe institute for their dues for ensuing Lilly Batty Louise Haiilop, Ida Sibbley '
K:W James Adtins, G. Resolved, That this association render year i Air W. J. Howell of Ft. White I :
;8* : J N'Langford, B r. T J Bar. to each and every one its thanks and entered. He I seemed to be to quest All teachers losing aa much as half a i evening, December'1st. Undertaker,Friday W. Nellie1.Silcox, Maud Williams;,Ladle J

ttglv D J ti vrd, W B Barnes,W L appreciation for the pleasure of the occasion of money only, so as to have nothing to day of the institute were not paid for i C.: 'Sammers, "of' HiijH.. took Weeks. '

; ,.W O Tison, T'J :D rden, SamuelardQ : give him away, for no,goods have been same. charge of the remains whiQh Spnrgs, "]diisWanea-EStelldCaltoqZena: ', z

F Tomlfcason, G ""W: Stokes, a .'W. N. HEXDEKSOV, discovered missing. All schools are ordered to close on't be to Tneressa, and arrived,-tt; there were: sent, Chancy,Maria,Thomas,'Vesta Beynoldi '; t;

Piabolster.H)f > euton, AOTilOUWlmberlj' H, B. Hl-URSLL, The officers of tbe l&ware on the 83rd of December and remain closed until evening. :The burial took Sunday Inez Halslop, Annia Lindmy, Levy'Al- ,

< LTih. IU Morgan, W. L.. CARTER, lookout for the burglar or burglars and the and day of January. cemetery.. Theressa place aC Hope Tarsi, Ethel Knight;; Mary Moore, Walter '
..ReY.L.V1
Tuesday. .
Williami, Beabroa,.Bro.wQ.'Mrs T't I .Committee.. they 0 confidently. expect to nab them Bills examined and warrants drawn ., Kickliter assisted: by KuhVHolli*Knight, Loyce;:Hende'r; ., >
Bey. F. O. ,
,. DC Chamu 8r, 'J 0 Alvarez, ,The, meeting adjourned to meet at soon. in payment of same. Edwards,, conducting the obsequies. son, Hariey Lee. j ,-t. _, .

;P'-Qt..41f4 sW****/.W ,JC Nor Baiford on Saturday before the fourth Tbe board adjourned until the first The! deceased was the youngest Miss Peek.::Tpliaiilioag-JohaL'aiiz.' '-; .

.'r a ndrewa,H; H Thomas,E: 0 Sunday, in_,January. in Expenslie> Egg Monday ia January, 1911. ....._n I :. the late Air J. H-":Moor*.,. nf_daagh.tere.f _.Th__*....... ford_ _,, Carr_ h.Coller_ ,. Chester Gates, ,.Bay', ;
tv: 1 lE'. -"" ':- --';'j.N'D' [ ':' ---;-- Vcrk tar Cold Weatfcer. r_ Before her marriage, in ,
January
... tW"ms., II ..R Hall" ''E W Dlsagreezlle' who is too modest to have his name and Co. Sept. 1908. she taught school for several Ella.Mayiong: .Eveljn; 'Gates, MatUer- .

v, :b. Douglass..J W.oppell r' A.0 Early :Monday *morning the: heavychalnby mentioned by us, heard the voice of the I tad fleps From Youth's Dentation. ; was considered one of tae termsand Bailey.Laaftitaan'aaggie! Dale/Afa- '
means' the) logs county's
of whicb.
1JrXrI. fj. E PresE ;; are incubator that modem pie Canova ;
:, Sfecoupey L siren; which best teachers. She Aileen Alvarez, ChriJrtlce,
We hare had ,
to make The Youth'sCompanion eaurly joined the
drawn from the pond to the sawatthe ; Bap.
| U,,HUlyer,.Cr F Wackerman, Jjeln ; promises a pleasant occupation and tist church wiw JohnsonRnbyBennetf. lMlssEay l/- '
and (
.- larger to get in all the ever'a :
mill broke in two. The break good consistent 1
Dowling ,
,
enormous
sartain. "
,Jeff returns for a small investment -Florence Canon,TbelM* .
be in the bottom of the things that Companion readers otgnt to member,f.tfirlingevery Caristian duty;
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m thei start slread de:the hid!. The Incubator was 3toore.Vs .
procured, have. The added amount would make. She was a de't'oteddaqbter.aud loving ; Scarborough, Lorena ilvarez : '. ai
i are that;"the honor rbU 'for.De- pond; recovering tbe bottom end of also two settings of eggs of a fancy i wife and I ,'TommyDekJe, Leslie Townsend ,
four hundred pages of standard a large circle: of frjends ;
the ends join
the chain and joining together magazine ?
rwihbejfcjeoprd breaker .If i breed of poultry at $8. From the Robert Norman Dannie '
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, all concerned; But 'Mack Mobley and .. the price just the same-41,75 for the her deparinre.Alter ."

, b tmailiayoarremittanoe., The Sam King, two doughty darkies, had The chicken grew into a big, fine hen fifty-two weeks of 1911, and all the ,issues her marriage Mrs.'Burns followed Eogenia Bailey.,..Hubert; Johnson, Newa:

of statemeniU. involves"work undoubtedly the worst of it, for they that could not be induced to lay by'ani for the rest of this year free ,fromtbe the. fortunes of her. husband, who Wainwright: ,Maurice\ L Dgford.I*['t \. '
tbai not have
nee We Angbt to Miss Crane Etta
means. Her doting owner procuredover taught school Register Kathben
time send in at different
had to into the icy water of the yon your subscription. place until he
r out of. the. .small, subscriptioncharged get 100 poultry catalogues and Alvarez:; ''KitfrTDuncan, J3da4.'thomaf; V V
pond. By the'way they shivered it was bought We would like to tell you wbat is in I I entered the Medical College of the Stateof ; "
I for the Telegraph. an equal number of poultry foods South Carolina Leeoy,Morgaio;* eoCanova,. A11eDi Ca- V '
evident that, they were' thoroughly refrigerated store Companion readers next year. I ,at Cltarleatoq.'v .Since i
Oyrui lJOOyer. '
''"warranted" to mate hens lay. But We cannot do it here then the has divided her novae ; Loma Wltkovski, .
taa Cbnrct Dlrect l1. and no one who has had a : though; .there.is i time.between Jim ,Kickiiter ,
the hen wore a faraway', dissatisfied : Charleston Charles Ensey, race
Wm. T,. Morgan, Minister. whiff from the water: of the pond willdoubt not room. But' send us your address on and Fort White. Only: 12 I Wilson' eat .. Hor' V .

e< 'so. ; that they were perfumed+ enoughto expression on- her countenance; aa'lflooking a postal Card. and we will send you*the mouths remain until Mr. Burns receives : Langford., : t ,. r
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beautiful Prospectus of.The, Companionfor as a phyirfcian depsxtodbelpmeetdid "

..School, s:4*,a.m,, Sunday. last them a 5 ear. and continued unproductive.The 1911, .announcing: many new: ;f ea- ; all soe=;id hfelo- "Dabole': '''-' ::t: : ... ,L..._.' e'W.. 1\Y" lifa. '

,,Tracy,Supertnteat.. i light Fire Saturday Kerning.SatardiT other day the fancier's wife threw tares, together with sample copies of the him oa inJUs chcfc.cee; and looked bla Valley Clara Mdtt, Thelma Griffin,. i '
Services It i. at. and 7:80 Alice Agin 'Nita'
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( morning the roof of the residence into the back yard a wwu-ont sewing paper. forward ar'piettaaie" tothe time when .. AndrewBittJonei,

-Ey ry fourth Sabbath morning known as the Jerry BUtch JQ bJI8.{ The cover happened to 'fall We think you will,agree, when, you h'>rhonld Wq.1 ift JotaDek' BawsonrI>ayi ,Elmer' .;r, ?. ,
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twtnome. house in the southwestern part of Starke, with the top down. It immediately have read them; thai; there =is"no other Of near reuEtivee Mrs, it: lot,. Draytbtt ColleWilii' : Byali/ t,<;,",

Endeavor Society, 8:00 p.Sunday. owned by the J. G. Alvarez estate, and takes possession of by the hen, who laid paper.d1at'pYN quite;so'much 'of+such i mourn her, besides her bereaved ..hus Mica :n ll' '! LaneCbesterTaX- f M

Cosmo Alvarez, Presi- occupied""by David match and family, an egg there and then. She had been high quality;as The Companion three band. : sisters.her mother, thc'ge;others_. and 1Or.1l; .. 1 York ColsonM&ttle' *'

looking for a sewing machine for The subscriber receives Warren,AniitMorgaa.. uagllIDA.' c '" .'". : i ,,t, "
caught,fire. Mr.,Fetch and tome neighbors : top new a gift ofT .Abe funeral ,
was witnessed
nnd Bible 'by a large AliceMcore 'Allie
Study 7:80 p. m., i. by heroic work, succeeded/ .. lo;these many months and could not: >e,OpmpaRionVArtjCaleudarbr: 19JI, concourse:of mourning, friends: and the Hfrtr 8cJz -Iiedae.2 'iU ..:',
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TSshool quenching the flames and little.damage! trust her eggs to any;other receptacle.- reproducing in twelve colon and gold floral offerings t'- froni:.Farr and rear,. ...t:1 :'" 1otKay p' .....J'rt.. '' : ,

Teachers' Meeting, 4 was done to the buflding.r i ,? "1 '; :Tim laacter made ; caIcalat10D alto beautiful ,watercolor garden. 'fcen >. were' profuse aa well} dos beautif ol.: 1 i.i'F1. .-, .."'' ...WJZII.r: :, :r,. ', '
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s'Aid Society, Tuesday S p. m. been put into $ B.xton '. r toJ .. "- thrct.. s '" HaD. > BrnoeiDtttit. : .;:;'e'. r: 'J. % : VV V :
the family had moved the postage aM!guaranteed" food it came ki ; -. ?" '-.. .,, ,. ,. .,. ..- .. V. ,
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# ; ) thossrvho nsve! to eat 'an: tstly Tft*.=rat oVernifiient' niii begin .1 (a SiViiJfof.S8la'tttoDtb'youtt' ) f d a
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.or Itamost1"important aetfcmacorporatletti. eiv fi out:d Jh""S30.&rEv.s.lM .
r; f beaf:cim set-Immcdkw-wtrmtb from t .Ireat.. ..%hkh''awIfsJJtruat beeir offere4m IS .. ...t.ol ':W'tI'fJt'tU
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eta t' [ : 'riri who practices on the piano law. Henry A. Wile,.United ; :
i : ... .. in'i coWroom In theraornlnr cft&Bm ..tea dUtrict attorney, filed i&thalt ;t.Ia'tr $ ..> WhalwiH : At.i ,sJi J&tJy, higher cost,:;the income J 'cn
<: .' : warmth'from tn. oil heater whilsBejblays $ States district court for tha .l, L'j continue for.life. .
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A-' "$ ; mefaber of the family who Von asking for d1uolaUoD..of thela3erlcan you I: f1 I 'r ., y
..* .' 1 1.: hIS"to walk the floor on a cold wintera -, Sugar Banning compact?: and is'" I.. of e: IfJI1.Write for Eates-at YOUR Age and Learn i",". '
ii ,(' : tirenty-nine thet.cor; raUoM, which Tract N. :. N. W. 1-4, : .
9.- ; lillbt..I1h..resdesa baby can get -' YOU Provide Absolute "
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Compose the so-called sufir trust &!: :
., d heat with oil better and Section 17 Township 6 Range r
: temporary an The petition charges''an Illegal coia' for Your'Family ,1
I 1 tberr turn It,off. TheAlsobkfy blnatlon In restraint of trade and asks 22. -
from the court relief'In whatever form E. DUNCAN SpecialSTARKE e
J'RFECTIO may be.necessary. Including a recelrershlp AJ.
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ap I t Ttira If deemed adrtsable. C. M. DOYLE ;
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.. o:IPMOKItIlo&... The thirty companies composing the IS FLORIDA., : 1 af
.'p t. t t It sugar combine have an aggregate capitalization BREVARD N. C. ;;;
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Z smatktl ad olorlaa a large percentage of the output of. 11-25-41 ,
sugar in this country. The combine Is b
IOTaloable lairs of heat. match and it Is Immediately
g capacity quickly giving Apply a
able, the alleges, to fix
a at work. It,will born for nine ours without refilling. It Is safe, government iai
%>.' .f, yr smokeless and odorless. It has a damper top and a cool handle. An indicator prices arbitrarily. The petition
always shows the amount of oil in the font. charges that for years the companies
It hu an tttxtomatie-locldna flame spreader which prevents the have violated the law and have oppressed -
wick from being turned high enough to smoke,.and is easy to remove and drop competitors and ground them OUR SPECIAL HOLIDAY OPI I
' back so that the wick can be cleaned in an instant. out of existence. Railroad rebates and
; ; The burner body or gallery cannot become wedged, and can be quickly customs frauds are mentioned as devices -
g y -f unscrewed for rewicking. Finished in Japan or nickel strong durable, well- which to raise .. 1
t_ made, built for service, and yet light and ornamcntaLDlGr" were employed tr.
;, Bvtryieturt. If not at yarn, suitor 4tttr1ptv ciralarto the combine to the commanding position Who Wp Are. We are Importers and Distributors of high-grade European and: ; '_,<
tht Marut eg any of tin I I which it occupies at presentThe Wines and Whiskies. THE SWEDEH-lflEEIClH 10. IS INDEPEl4DfII, Of IHl,
suit, which it Is estimated -
present
F i:: Standard. Oil Company will be in the courts for two Wh Y We Make These Offers. No other importers can make such splendid, genera.
(lIIUrpen"' ) years before a final adjudication is The trusts cannot compel us to sell at their prices
reached is the result of many weeksof in large quantities. In dealing with us, you do,not pay profits to middlemen. We -"
I- ( preparation. District Attorney class goods at less than half what you pay elsewhere. We have determined to.int
Wise made his investigation under the products to the American public, and are willing to give you the benefit of our for ""

I directions of Attorney General Wicker- advertising methods. We simply want to prove the worth of our goods and to make; t
'\ sham. and spent several days in Washington customer of you. Your trial order will do more to prove.the value of our.goods
-rrr= ,9. In conferring with the attorney advertising or letter writing we could do., ',
general on the final plans.
I I The suit is expected to rank in Importance Reliability, As tojour reliability go to.your banker, and have him look us up .in'. ,1
; -,. When You WantA I with those of the government Bradstreet Mercantile Agencies, and he will tell you of our high stand
against the Standard Oil company and your Express Agent write any Express Agent in Cincinnati, and see how welt we'
The American Tobacco company can be assured that we will. do exactly as we say, and that you will receive the' be

: 555" : Horse which are now 'pending In the su- ment at our hands.TPS1Im0alals f .
court
IJlm. Below we reproduce testimonials from a few of our steady custo

wit'A: Mule k- PRIZE RING FATALITIES. have hundreds more, but selected these because they were from.mi

': ...... known allover this country. Our goods please'them. Don't you' think they! ai'.

: ;. : A Buggy (Jjlpreeedented,. Number of Deaths DurIng v- I II trial by you. -

: A Wagon I In all the history Year of 1910.the prize ring, Cliff Gordon,the"German Senator" the Bobby North,one of the stars of the Fot AL H.Woods,one'<*< 1z t
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actor manager who has made the world lies of 1810. says: "I don't believe I ever :mona Theatrical Ha g a,ibg ;
from, Tom Cribbs' time down to the p
:.I laugh, pays: "'H ve never had better 11qnors had such good whiskey' as your Private my standing onto for one gait x
x A Set of Harness present time, there has never ben recorded : or at better prices. I carry them ev' Stock. How can yon sell it for the key and one oJ Swedish Pttnei<
In a single year anything approaching -I erywhere with me." price I propose to be a steady a*
the number of deaths directly

, I Gome to See Us due to boxing contests that You will note that.\ve have listed a number of standard wines and liquors ia{-;
q hare occurred thus far this season. blank. They are, one and all, liquors that are fit to grace the sideboard of any,hornea .
The death at Presque Isle, ,Mainz We want to call your especial attention to our famous "SWEDISHPIINCIL" 1
of Billy Dunning, one of the few boxers one of the best holiday liquors that has appeared in years. It is made from a recipe,i
who could point to a draw with
t in lots and
." We buy car give Jack Johnson, the world's heavyweight) been handed down from generation to generation by the Royal Family Sweden. ; : 1
our customers the benefit of champion, made the sixteenth fatalityIn for the first time, put upon the American market Too much cannot be said for it.: .

the lowest prices. the prize ring in 1910, while there 2 of any goods in the assortment mentioned! f
are at least two other boxers now quarts by ) t
lying at this point in hospitals, one In order blank, shipped,all charges prepaid, expri :. 1
being the veteran, Andy Daly famous:
ten years ago. 4' carts of any goods in the. assortment. mentioned hy

', TAy e'0' J. W. ANDREWS & SON have These extended fatalities from of the the eastern prize coast ring in order blank) shipped,chardes. prepaid., Uj. }Pxp'? :.;..
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of'Maine to the Pacific ocean and as \ "
far south as Blueflelds, Nlcaraugua

kr Starke, Florida IJ t ice where met a his corporal death in in Uncle a friendly Sam's'contest sere \ Special .3 -DAY' Offer p t

i; h with the gloves. In the past, two or
three deaths In a season from boxing
hare been sufficient to attract general .Tals! applies from Soy. 20tk to Bee. 23O' taclnlTt, .and will, .sever Ht rtputJi. t
attention, while many years not a i x
; ; rz single fatality has been reported.The 8 QUARTS OF ANY GOODS IN OUR :: ,
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;'S S total of sixteen to date in 1910 I ASSORTMENT, Shipped, by Express tJ: _. ,
Is unprecedented., In the majority of '. AND ,

% x' ,BETTER, CHRISTMAS- GIFTS AND Instances boxers the victims, whose", have injuries been were experienced FOUR qnamoiany.poods In oar: assortment absolutely FREE, i

j MONEY SAVED FOR YOU. received In scheduled bouts, before
12 ;
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p You are sure of 'absolute satisfaction DR. WARREN DIES. ORDER. TO INTRODUCE OUR LIQUORS 'WE.INCLUDED*FREg''OF: I

by doing your Holiday Shopping ONE GROSS OF THE FAMOUS' SWEDEN
& Rector of Trinity Church New Or- ANTI-BLOWOUT MATCHES-
h SPECIAL OFFER. THESE MATCHES ARE A d
WIt Jeans Passes Away. GREAT NOVELTC AND '
; Rev. Dr. Beverley E. Warner rectorof ALONE WORTH A GOOD ARTJOFTHE'TOTAL'COST'OF'.J..mORD.; : w
,, FLORIDA'S GREATEST OF ALL Trinity church of New Orleans, and
one of the best known Episcopal clergymen We
; CHRISTMAS' STORES of the country, died at his Pay Express Chaour. .

.. home in that city Sunday.' The Imme- .

rr diate cause of his death was heart failure and guarantee goods to be just as represented, as stated, above. Our "specsiI]I
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,1t =STATIONERYBOOKS following a brief attack of la F
; FREE offer is limited
to thirty-five days
so get holiday orders in early sS
grippe. The announcement from Trinity your so.i .. A
1 = FANCYGOODS TOYS pulpit to the congregation that lay, as all express companies are very busy at thls.time.of the year. .. 1.
:' KODAKS ETC. their pastor was dead fortha Our offers are the most liberal ever made at time
rr :'"r r S PICTURES, brought any at any price, by any ;. e
.1 1 touching manifestation of grief, men cannot use twelve quarts yourself, get'some of your friends to join. .you in o e t
: and women weeping audibly.Dr. vide the shipment when it reaches you. .
I'-::;,' Write today for our new illustrated catalogue.. Warner was born In Jersey City, THESE:ARE ANTI-TRUST PRICES AND YOU SHOULD TAKE ADV M1

"': N. J., October 14,,18i5. He was ordained THEM WITHOUT DELAY, AS THIS OFFER. WILL NEVER' BE REPEA: e n

The ,H.. MfCW CfJacksonville a minister of the Protestant Send your orderTODA -NOW! Our holiday business will be verilaige : at:
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r &:W,:. & ,* Pla.Estabilshed Episcopal some years church'rector in'of 1879.St He'Stephen'schurch was for' prompt shipment, orders should_be sent in hDmed iteIy. af n

Oyer Half a Century. ifi Philadelphia, and had been TEAR OFF ORDER AND Rr
11-2541; pastor. of 'Trinity church. New Or-. ....----......----,-.BLANK.--.-..........._MAIL..__uu) uu FILL____u.u.IN mu._BLANKS_. .-..- CAREFULLY... )
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I u :1 owr-"i.zi': ; l''calau if in his For thirty: J.P.Boyer-. (: zf. Fertile To many winter Ii a season of trouble. ''Til never be without 15r.Kthg'a -
New '. .
STATfe "N W b-niflywaaprevcnectistcld by A. ,D. Mo., needed help and couldn't find '
E S frost-bitten toes and fingers chapped Life Pills .
;" iloD,nald, of Fayetteville, N. O., B.'F.D. !. is.;, That's why: be wantatoielp someone hands and lips, chilblains cold G47 Elm again 8L. Buffalo, writes N.A.'Y Scbiagec; "Tney*, .

.'Nc\ .8. "My ,sister had ;Oon8ataptkto now. *Suffering;to long himself, i>e sores red and rough skins, prove this. cured me of chronic '
I. constipation. when .
," he writea. ."She "WairverT: thin feels for Jall distress from Backache, But such troubles fly before Bucklen's all others failed. .

; 'nta that;Happening In .F1oIdsisToldby and pale had no appetite and seemed to Nervousness,':Losa of; Appetite, Lassitude Arnica Salve. A trial conTince.Greatest' foulness JaundIoeIndIgestion Unequalled: for Headache El!-

air remedies and Kidney disorders. He shows "
grow weaker every day as healer of Barns, Boils, Piles, Chills Malaria and .
,
; Our Exchanges. failed ,till Dr. King's New Discoverywas that Electric Bitters work wonders for Cuts, Sores, Eczema and Sprains. On at all druggists. Debility. 25c ,

\ :., ( tried, and so completely cored her such troubles. "Five bottles," hewrites ly 25c at all druggists. .
.
-
-I "
...---0.... _-- ----.".-- ---........ that she has not been troubled with a "wholly cured me and now I am Sorry H_, Didn't.: -' '.

cough since. It's the best medicine I well and hearty Ie'. 'also. positively Oath That Bind the Burm s... "I knew that-fellow when be didn't ....
L storm sufferer writei' thus from The government snag boat, CaptainMagufre ever saw or heard of." For coughs, guaranteed for Liver ,Trouble Dyspepsia Perjury having been'rlfe 1 Bangoon have a dollar" '

srglade Lee county: Well,',we are at ; : ; in command of Capt. Jenkins, colds, lagrippe asthma, croup, hemorrhage Blood Disorders, Female Com courts because no form of oath exist* exclaimed. .the .enTioua" -. :-"*&3

in shape again to I reached here last week,after about thirty -! all bronchial troubles, it has no plaints and Malaria. Try them. 50c at 'man.Tnat *. -
,; getting things I out of the equal. 50c, $1.00. Trial bottle free. all druggists. ed which the Bunnan considered'bind.- : may explain: why he Is not :.1 "". .

i,life- 0w?. Oar country II practicalmined days spent pulling logs Guaranteed by all druggists. ipg. the government. prescribed a formula ; more genial toward you now.. You evi.flently -

for some time to come; all in. Ocklawaba river. The logs have been Ingenious. which is a queer admixture" of ,dldat lead b1e".Wubing. .

itries putout of, business, crops of all pulled out on the bank far enough that Burns and Fame.It Having to explain the statement that Buddhism Brahmanism and Shaman. ianStar" .

our land salted by the they cannot get ,into the river again. is amusing to learn that Burns the sun never sets on the British empire ---E- .
it destroyed, ism.
Here are phrases from it
pickedat .
,
rfloir 'and no rain since so we.can't This work is the result of Capt. Spald.ipg's when just emerging from obscurity a youthful essayist wrote ,as follows Sickly children need WHITE'S; I T
I random: "If an untruth VERMIFUGE.
It
CREAM
Jocularly anticipated that his passes my not only
birthday -
"The sun sets in the west .
i visit to Leesburg at the time of the : I
any thing'eren after the rainy sea- would coaie to te noted among other lips, may all the gnats that live in destroys worms, if there be any. but It .' .we
Now the British lies in the
which is the waterways meeting a few weeks 0.1 empire acts as a strengthening ..
comes. Even the fish ( remarkable events. In a letter to his lakes ponds and brooks and the gnatsof tonic in the ,.

bdpsi business here) died by,the mil The channel from the lake into the river early' patrcu Gavin Hamilton, in 1786 north Strand. south and east.London. the. five great -livers of India destroy stomach arid bowels., ', 'Price 25c per ....: ,. -

ks from mdddy water settling in their has also been cleaned out.' Boats can he says, "For my own affairs 1 am in _ me. May curdled blood pass my bottle.Starke Sold by Mitchell's- Drug Store, (

L. which left many penniless and now make the river_ trip with ease.- a fair way of becoming 03 eminent as Wheezing in the lungs indicates that lips rather than a 'lie, and may I die Fla.A .

itote. -Leesburg Oo- lhercial.0 Thomas a. Ketnpis: or JQbn Bunyan, phlegm is obstructing the air passages.BALLARD'S vomiting blood, my body bent in two" berioua Obj tion. ., E !

(,_ Graynella'PaCker, a former Pa- "The Palms," one of the finest.properties and you may inscribed henceforth expect the to see loosens the phlegm HOREHOUND so that it'SYRUP can be 1 Deep-seated coughs that! resist ordinary who 1 was see the anxious young -woman for a career we met baa ..

I young lady and sister of Sirs. J. T. I in Florida, situated on Sarasota derful my birthday.events in the Poor among Itobin won-and I coughed up and ejected. Price 25c, 60c I remedies require both external and married. 1 thoug6t'she told us she

d, is the first woman'wireiess opera Bay has been purchased by J. M. Clark, Aberdeen almanacs along with the and $1.00 Store per, Starke.bottle.Fla.Sold by 3litcheli'sDrag internal bottle: of treatment.BALLARD'S; It you HQREHOUND bay a dollar waswedded to her art.''*. .

[who ever bore the responsibility. oflosition of Onaway, Mich. The building was Black :Monday and the battle of Both- SYRUP yon get the two remedies jon "So she waS, but she got a divorce'
The Last Word.
on an ocean steamer- aceor-1 erected several years ago as a club or well Bridge." neel for the price of one There is aHERRICK'S on the ground, .of Do uPport."-Ex.

tb told in the Times-Union private hotel, and is most teautifully Bobby-Is every word In this dIe- I RED PEPPER POROUS change.
a story c
Heartbnrn is of tionary. fa? Oh. .
a symptom indiges Peckley- no, my
situated. The PLASTER for the chest. free with each .
will
week. Miss Packer is the wireless new owner : convertit tion. Take a dose of HERBINE in child. Every little while a new word I bottle. Sold Mitchell's A spramaa ,.okI8' will usually disable ;',
Stcru
stor on the Clyde Line ship Mohawk into a private winter residence. such ci66s. The pain disappears in- comes Into the language. Bobby-, Starke: Fis. by Drug the injcrd i oron for three or four .

: officials of both the Clyde Line andnitedWirelessOomPaiy Dr. Henri"Dui:, of Germany, recently stantly. The bowels operate ppeedily What's the latest word, pa? Peckley weeks. This i s doe to lack of proper \
andyon feel fine vigorous and cheerful. treatment. When Chamberlain's Lini. .
,.
have con. located at DeLand, will establish a plant Your ma will tell you. She alwayshas The Msoicine She W cd. .
I Price AOc. Sold by Mitchell's Drug % : tn ment is applied a cure may be effected 4 .
d for some time the advisability of'; for preserving foliage of ornamental Store; Starke, Fla. the last word. Village Dame (describing various in three or four days. This liniment is .':

oving a woman in this capacity, plants and shrnobery and will ship this If you are suffering from biliousness! aches and i>ains>-My throat 'e did go one of th best uid most remarkable ,

are only awaited the discovery of north to be need for decorations. The Close to Us. constipation, indigestion, chronic head tickle, tickle tieklo till I ses, VI must preparations m use. Sold by all deal- -

,bo combined the necessary erperi- doctor has discovered a process by which "What are the things that touch us ache, invest one cent In a postal card be a-gcih' to bo ill." So I 'olds nn frs. __ I .
most as we look back through the send to Chamberlain Medicine Co., Des .
and skill with the other-qualities the natural color of leaves can ba preserved years?" asked a lecturer impressively. Moinep Iowa, with your name and ad- tight v1' toy 'ami, but that didn't do Musical Note. .

[are required in this,very important .ifdefimtfly at present will There was a moment's pause. and dress plainly on th&feack, and they will no good; 1 puts iny old stockin rouatf "Your daughter practices on the piano : ..

Ion.. -Palatka New use principally the palmetto and magno then a- small boy in the audience answered forward you a frfogampla of Chamber-I un.. but that didn't do no good. So in faithfully" 1 notice. Row'mine' ':. '
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Sold hates it. ; ;
: '"
ha for that the niaruii I
talked it
purpose. : over wi' Mrs.
it good au-
News
to Hastings has on by all dealers. "Mine does too. But she'd rather ".;
ty 'that a fertilizer 'factory is to be I News comes from Cocoa that there is "Our clothes. .:: Giles next door. and we thought aswed practice all day than help with the .s
Explained.; '
| immediately .at Best Palatka and an abundance of deer, wild turkey'nnd Children takA BALLARD'S HOREHOUND Professor Knowltt Yca've been send over to the -White 'Orse for house work."-Louisville Courier-Jour ,,.1.-':, .- .
threepenuorth o" giu. I I .
111 be in operation and in a position quail in the ndinp: country. One SYRUP willingly because it studying about the scalp, Mr. Freshe. cos ses: "P'raps nal. !.
it may do 1 good and p'raps it
the market before hunting party fiom there recently returned tastes nice. There isn't a better remedy mayn'tBut I .
ace good upon Can you tell me why hair
I anywhere for children's coughs, hoarseness my keeps even if It dou.t.1t I-ses. "you can'ttake i Carrots. ,
g. It is farther stated that a cer- with lour fiie bnckp, killed at and bronchitis. It's a good; medicine falling out? Freshe-The laws of it when you be dead!" Carrots were first introduced into .

,rtion of the stock will' be offered Buck Creek, on Merritts island. and easyto take. Price 25c, 60c gravitation sir. If you had the least England by -FlerI 1sh gardeners ,la,.the .. '

e and"that the farmers of this see-I Formal complaint has been made to 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 reign of

I be given an ,opportunity to be: I Governor Gilchris the Drug Store Starke, Fla. would fall In.-Life. of its resulting in pneumonia. This can James I. they were still so uncommon 't..
concerning con-
interested in the ownership of the Classics and Clothes."I The be obviated by using Chamberlain's that ladles wore bunches of them on '.;'1
peculiar of''Chamber
properties
duct in office of James T. Sanders, couity Oough'Remedy, as it not only cures in.flnenza their hats '
The for a site would like to have lain's Cough Remedy have been thoroughly and on. their sleeves instead
ground necessary solicitor, by .Tud e H. F. Atkinson suppose you a but counteracts any tendencyof feathers. .
n pni chased, the contracts have of the criminal customer with a figure like the Apollo tested during epidemics of influenza the disease towards pneumonia. Sold .
judge court of reoord.
and when it was taken in time we ,
Belvedere. by all dealers. Soft. \ '
et and the erection.: of the buildings It is understood that the complaint alleges have not heard of a single of -4
case pneumonia. He Taas.
in the future. I "No, answered the tailor. "Hand you.know. I want to fmdt _'
ommenoe near Sold by all dealers. -
breach of
a grave decorum of the The Bread Board. something to take '
t some men aren't always the best pay. up my mind. She- : -
the.Criminal Court cf Record ofrough court and further charges> that .it has I'd rather have one with a figure like Hold the knife in a slanting manner Have yon trledblottlngpapertL *

county, three members of been necessary to defer the holding of Croesus."-Exchange. and follow- the grain of the wood

it advisory board, who have been court on at least two occasions becauseof while cleaning dough off ,a bread Sheriffs Sale. ;

g the strike.of the cigar makers, the county solicitor's inability to appear :Many persons find themselves affected board. Also do the washing: of it ." .

and attend the with a persistent cough after an attackof away from the Iron sink, for the least NOTICE i.herebyjriven that I, J. N. Lan-.; '7','. "
jconvicted of intimidating and othintef to business of his Sheriff if Bradford county Florid,
influenza. As this .
cough can be grease and black will .
get Into the under and bs virtue of that; certain writ of .
-
with makers and office.-Miami Me opclis. execution _
cigar
ering promptly cured by the use of Chamber soft wood. Issued out of and under the seal of the .,.. '
; iting them from work. They lain's Cough remedy it should not be Circuit Court of Bradford county; Florida -
001. A. P. Solliday, a veteran in two II gainst John P.Coffin,Franda P. Coma,Dart '
allowed to until it ..
) run on becomes
sentenced to twelve months. service P.Co1Bn,partners and .
wars, and 70 years of age, arrived ia trading doing business : -
state convict troublesome. Sold by all dealers. Notice to Appear. as John P.. Coffin A Sons and In favor of the ': .;
camps. Jacksonville a,few days ago, having Bond&Boon Company a corporation,on and : .., -
!
.LtiW_ 1LJJLWIIt, i dated November,1910.will offer for sale and -
pedal from Mayo under date of made the trip from Watertown, Wis., Wafting Time on the Devil.It To show new customers, what we esnj In Ctrcutt Court 8th Judicial Circuit of Flor- seU to the highest and beat bidder then tu ':"

26th has the following account of by automobile. He drove his own car. is wonderful how much time good lend in exchange for their hard canted} ida,Bradford county. of for Starke eaIIh.at Bradford the court home door In the towr. ,;, .
county Florida on Mon- ,
ching of a negro named Richard Col. Soliday proceeded to Daytona people spend fighting the devil. If dollars, we are willing to lose $10COO.C01 Lizzie WHITE ) day,the .

who lived in that city:: Sometimethe where be will spend the winter. they would only expend the same I by cutting the price oa our Pure Straight T.o.WHITE.vs I} Bill for Divorce. 2D DAY OT: JANUABY,1811, ? '
amount of energy loving their fellow jWfcbkey and name the following on- ) the name being;a legal alee day of aid court '
night last night R. 11. Cobb, Telephonic communication from Arch. men the devil would die in his own IhcaT'J-cf figures: NOTICE TO APPEAR. during the legal hours of aa1thfo11owtng .

4es one block from the business Monday afternoon conveyed the information tracks of ennui.-From Helen Keller's [3 full gallons:.wbtsltey...$3,75j The State of Florida to T.0. W ite. Greeting: ty describe Florida real,>>estate w1*: situated In Bradford coun -._ _

n of town was awakened by the of a terrific cyclone which struck: 'Story of My Life." 4 full gafSOnS lItey... 4.95 [T having been.ahown by affidavit',thai the I Swl of e> section 23; nWofiwJi of sec : t :.
f 2 full quarts uJiisl'ey... VJ.5r defendant. T.O.Wb1 is a DOD're Iden'of tion 20:tbi of nek and&S of ae of aectlou:1. .
of one of bis little girls, who, In all ferocity at Eve a small village I 24 full pint* whiskey. ... 4.7S the State o Florida and that the residence of all In township. 5 south range 86 east. _____
other children wu deeping in an A Small Detective. said defendant is unknown,and that said de AJ.. N. UOIOFORD. ::
,
south of This is regular cld-tiras whbkcv sec
Archer the hour. a
I durirg noon fendant is over the age of BheAff: Bradford Co..Florida. .
room. ,Upon investigating: he I The damage is"not regarded as heavy The man was nearly through taking distilled in ue, South, by honest Norti It id therefore ordered awentJ'-l and adjudged t .
; down the awnings when the bell rang I Carolina peopla! V/e give you o-r=r.f1ow. that the said defendant.T.O.White,do ; "
a burly negro man lying inthe bed I i owing to the locality in which the appearto the complainant's bill of complaint SEABOARD .
cyclone .
I for lunchoon. Little Mrs. Day lookedat ling measure and when the whiskey is re herein on or before the .
deep .sleep and apparently very : dipped. Eve is a fomcr phosphate all her trinkets and lingered about iceivtd s.ndtcted. If you don't aeTee.it' .. '. ,. __
Mr Cobb soon had .his shotgunand : worth $2.50 per cailoa. keep 2 quart Frey ZD DAY OF JANUARY, A.D.Mil.n Air Line Railway. .
town and while loss of the "
mining n> room on one pretense and another return bilanc. and K*''wItS cm* ircl.uron.ybsaaua :
one of his sons guarded the | ttb." .. i default whereof a decree pro conf esso will :
life has been those until her small v ftn* youI '
reported residing boy. looking up with direettoJao. .be.ntered against the said T.C.White. :. !
and null order
this ad
Re torn
e he put on his'c1oth a. Aft. within close proximity of the scene declare that uncanny Insight so disconcerting |UCai9er.President (&jour J either place. ) or sh lished!lUll further o1"der'l'cUha' this notice be pub;! ARRIVAL AND D8PARTUR8 OP TRAINS.. ., ; '
in the
dressed he took the I dress lettert our .II.,".,.,hlqw .ct' Bradford County Telegraph,a JCtlecU.NOYr.r.uc>>. .
again gun a different account would be widespread to his elders observed in bis piercing your newspaper published at Starke ia Bradford '. ; .:';: ; -

son. The negro, who duringe I had the place treble: 'You go right along. mamma. t county Florida once each week for eight.conneouttre -' :: ;:
been
thickly weeks. '
populated. No. 43 soath4xmnd _
11.01 .
was serenely sleeping woke up .-Gainesville Sun. I'll watch hlm.-WoIDnU' Home Companion 'In witness whereof,I have hereunto set my No. M" I 4. a. m. :, :

his time and'jumped, out of the hand and allied the seal. of our circuit court No. 81 .. 24p.m. __
OD'his the2d ll.oeo.io ;
I Tho '&eason'.largest argo of cotton ,,!lJlL6.T.n.11110., .. day of November, A. J.1'.... ..._'" "'__.. .. ... _, ",-' ... ___ ___
., leaving his coat, shoes and -- --- I W. UU, &A""' IWLPy.M ..00 p. me ,:. -
has just been from Pensacola. W. T. WEEKS.Clerk. No.M... -
exported '
the room. He was soon caught PROMPT SERVICE SATISFACTION TO EVERY CUSTOMER. By B.A.WEEKS D.C. 9.22 a.. m. : .
and identified by the clothinghad The cargo was taken on by the British No.8i" 4.87 L JpWJ.DD'13B..umL / : _

left. Very little was known steamer August Belmont for Hamburg. CARR'S MAIL ORDER ; HOUSEOLDEST F'' _

; matter, until about 9 o'clock fall Tne shipment consisted of 11,898 bales, Notice ol Final Dlscbarue. ,. ,

having a valuation in excess of $600,000. WHISKEY HOUSE IN FLORIDA Notice is hereby given to all concerned that No. 181 leaves Starke 6.00 a. m. !,, r _
when it was reported that the six months after date hereof I will present my No. 184 arrives 4.20 p. .nu; ,' : ,_
THOMAS PROPRIETOR final returns as administrator of the estate of : -
ad been It that CAHR
lynched. seems The waterworks and
t sewerage system Q.H.Kersey late of Bradford county,Florida
of some fifty men and boys bade in KiBsimmee. has just been com (Formerly of Augusta, Ga.) deceased, and apply to the County Judge of 'No' M and 15 run between JacHonTine and .. -
SUCCESSOR Bradford Florida Cedar Keys Noa.' t8, 110 and 84 ,
TO WILLIAM BYRNE county for my flnal dig. : 8.1" between JacxsonrlHe -
manner effected an entrance ingot pleted. and turned over to the city. The charge. snif Tampa,'Ics 181 and between .
127 MAIN STREET JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA a. M. Burke and Wannee. _
KKSSBT -
3et11 the negro out and took water works 1JItem'comprises nearly] : .
ALL LEADING BRANDS OF WHISKIES WINES BRANDIES. CORDIALS IN STOCK Administrator of th .Estate of O.-H. .. .
ut a .half mile from town near 20,000 of pipe with forty-four hydrants, ----- -' -- -- Kersey.deceased. T. J. OEIBTIN Agent. .
.PREPAID PRICE LIST. GINS. Eept.2.1910.-6m S. C. BoYI.sroN.'A. Q.,P.A., Jacksonville '. ". S
.
.ve O&k. Perry & Gulf.railway and an artesian well flowing at the, rate

strung him up to a tree and rid. of 400 gallons per minute. IMPORTED GOODS. 4Qts. 8 Qta. 12Qt*. .
.
RhlmeaU Old Gin Double .
4Qts. 8Qta. 12Qts.Jaa.
body with'b11llct 'after which J ___.._____._ .
who claim 8 Star Stamp ______ $.00 17.75 $11 JO
People to the Hennessy's Cognac
be"posted on Amencan Holland Gin____.. '
.wd quietly dispersed. Every- 8.00 6.75 8.60
Lr&indy$8.00 $14.00 $19.00 Old Tom Gin----________.___ ,'
: subject ,credit the Bradentown section ft Bon's Scotch 8.00 5.75 8.l O '
was done in such quiet and or- John Dews Rhimeall WILLIAMS : .
_
Straight Gin ____ 2.75 5J25 7.00 PAYS THE JREIfiHY' '
Banner that very few outside of as having the lead of all others in celery Black Whiskey and ,Whi m'----.e Scotch: 6.00 1LSO 17.00. Imperial Rose Gln. ________ 2.50 4.75 7.00

wd who:participated in the lynch this season. Whiskey.I....-__ 6.00 11.50 17.00 : .
anything about it until it was T..O'Connor's Irish" Whls- BRANDIES. .
ew Mr. Russell, on.the old Bloxham plantation key_m-____::_____ 6.CO 11.50 17.00 211 West Bay St. -P..O. Box .. ... 5"
with. 4 i01JACKSONVIIIIIE .
Jamaica Rum___ 6.00 11 JO 17.00 Qts. .8 Qts. 12 Qtg. FLA. .
now belonging to Levy Brothers Holland Gin ------S.-------- 5.00 9.50 14.00 Apple and Peach, very old, $4.00 $7.75 $11 JO S
twrlgbt'a; negro teamster, was harvested Plymouth Oin.---_ 6.00 1L50, 17.00 Apple and Peach straight- 3.00 4.75 7 JO J. J. WILLIAHSCASE .
d killed at the Campbell turpenat seven hundred pounds of lint Oporto Port Wliie._______. 6.00 11 JO 17.00 Apple and Peach.:._____,___. 2.50 '.50 '6.75 '," :. .. :
cotton from one acre this ,.season. .4, Gold Superior Hherry... 6.00 11.50 17.00 Banana and Apricot_.___ 2 JO 4.75 7.00 .. ': J 1
Ollmp8e'of'Glory near theSwamp" 1890 Fort.----------_____ 8.00 6.50 8.00 S '1""}
negro farmer on the same place also A. G.Convento's Pherry... 8.00 5.60 8.00 RUMS. ." ;'
GOODS.
e Wednesday morning made Wells' Richard Pierre & Leflis >. .HOMESTEAp CORN WHISKEY '. --.J&. S
B. Goodwin, foreman of the an exceptional yield. A. S. Claret __._,-Z._____. 3.00 5JO 8.00 4 Qt!. Qts. 12 Qts. DESOTO RYE. lgaIIoujiag1epreupa1d.------$350. %* :
gathered 700 pounds of, lint from one' Rhine Wine_.,:-____ -_ 8.00 5.50 8. o. Felton's Double Stamp Old ; ; S
.
An inquest was held by County I v .. Fall QuartsExpreaspaid------ SPEOIAD OFFER. "
acre. These under NewKnglaikL____ .. $4.00 $7JO $11.00. ;' ,
were WHISKIES-BOTTLED IN
crops STRAIGHT BOND
. Cooper and after bearing thb evi- grown I' e YEARS OLD. ,', Felton's Single Stamp New 6" ______ 7 00 Idlebr ok Whiskey drums-Distillery- S
....
_
governmental and England- _
supervision shows 3.00 3.75 8.50 ;
0 jury brought in a verdict that 4 QU. 8 Qta,12 Qte. l'e1tens9OProofew- 12" ____ 12 ?5 'Bottling. Express Paid. : .

heard it was end what Leon county soil.will do if properly .] John Oibaon's Rye.________. $&tO 18.50 SlUG England_____________ 2JO 4.75 7.CO I 12" freight paid_-___ 12 00'yTLTTAf5' ,
he testimony ; it-t planted and cultivated. Tallahassee Maryland Pure Bye...__ 6.00 W.60 14.00 100 Pints in'dii n Eipreap. id.. ,$36 00 ; ';
j ___.______ i No. 10 RYE. -''' ( "
6.00 D.CO 14.00
ofTself-defense. Mr. Goodwin Old McBrayer Bye MALT GOODS. 2"BAlf( Pints Jix drum' '.' .
True Democrat. _...__ 6.00 36 00
jLe negro bad an altercation oernatter "I My Sunny Maryland Brook Rye Rye______--. 5.00 9.50 Slli14.00 14.00! 4Qts. 8Qts. 12 Qta. 4 Full Quarts Express.. paid_____$ 3 20 Sold,only.by; :drum'WI11notbreakdrum
"
Suit was filed against the city of Tam; Onetonhelmer's Rye__-_-__ 5.00 9M 14.00 j Duffy's Halt,for medicinal 6 ___.._ 4 60
relating to a team of mules paWedneadayat the Cascade e__..._______ 6.00 9.50 14.00' t purposes______.___ $4X0 $7.75 $11JO 12" ____ 9 00 CORN WWBDY-Epreaa .
|ie negro.advanced upon him with noon by trusteesof Old Oscar Pepver Rye_____ 5.00 8.se 14.00 ShawV. Malt_________-_______ 4.00 7.75 11.50 24" ** '* ,.____ 9 60
the central B. Pepper Bye _. __ 6.00 9.60 14.00 Malt__ __ Roky Fork Pei'-b We'Ex.pd..= '
trades and labor assembly --- Henry's ___- 4.00 7.75 11JO $ 1 40 : -
!Intlne aze.. Iff. Goodwin grasped OktoverholtBye------- 9JO 14.00 Corn Malt__________._-._.-. 3.00 5.75 8JO OLD HALIFAX BYE. ""'- Forkper-case .Ii'...113 75 ,
foi20.000' damages: It is 'alleged that Old Corn Rye___. ___ 6J30 9.50 14.00 ,
vrbichwas lying on the ground BoTin Valley, straight- ?(5 ", 4 Full Quarts Express paid.. __.* 4 20 N. O.'White, better; 1'gal" ". ....SO '; : '

Iin and attempted to defend him. the assembly has suffered damages to ;leTS old)--___-. 4.00 .7JO 11.00 I GOODS F. O. B. JACKSONVILLE.- 6 ". ___. 6. 00 N. O. White,.flue, 1 gal 'f .. .275" S

Eomth8 ''negro'blows with this thia, extent by the dosing of the labor: "'orders iBemembeW-WepsT amotmtinf|2: JO express or more" charne; lie expr181 on all! Peach and Hcney frcm: $ .00 to $3X0 per gallon. V II II ___-_ WOO8UNNT Laural Talley.Ckjrn.i4al!', -. ,__ 1)15 S

lick wu'knOcked-tru.14sba dTforoero temple for},a period of three;.weeks dor. charroi paid for lus tJaaDlUO.i '-. DOMESVIC WINKS. SOUTH RYE: RYE 'WBISXKr .Paid. .VS'I

j !a blow$|ued at him with&e ing the strike fc>.prevent gatherings- and4rnage _,'; eLIDrDWHIsmaa.: 4 QtB. 8 Qt 12 Qts.OaUfomia 4 Full Quarts Expresa; paid. ___.9 3,75 S J' .:t. \III'o-1"I-oIIt'Ur"U1IIMXI.n ,
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: done to..furniture and the loss These brands are to.vverjuae.Bot..Bot- Sherry,..:.___... '1.25 ti2S $3JO (5" '* -.I I '* ."J... 4'TJO "" ....l..M. '. 1'". 10 .
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aad is the negro war making of valuable papers- iI ; world tledbvth{over.; dirtUlert Note the,low-price mttdi arestandard on same. .,the Oabello Sherry___-- ,:<,' 2X0, 8J5 MO .1ft.4 .ir' .. '1.-<: tt ___*'__ lO.juU3tS = cr.-...;;.-..---.-- jM,.4 ..; ,; If .I ,7 I -
California Port ,
oTknrbmbe : .1J5! U& 850 '!.* .PlEtai ,''? j r
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4Q8.1Q.. 8ta'dBiaekberry CordiaLr 1.2.5 U5IUJO ( ': ; ..J5"
1 Iflred at close range. The bullet I *is f understood thatbegmBing'Janu; liew1, '._..'f. _- .ym'; LOOWI111oD'a Choio Blackberry____ 135 itS .iim YELLOWSTONE BOURBON: ---1'/ Hi rdl iByetSpeciaLi&tifoou S t. "', 4 'In
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: ., LBottleeexpresspsld$54075 .
". u I I W.Barper_ ._._ 5.00 1m J 1400he CaLBweet Mnscatelle_ _iiJH;: 2.2S8JO '1In1t' :I .. '.. .. .
JAJ. .n will :'prbmga--:" ---::'::' LU .uo 14.00ogberbroo. Garrett's 014 Scuppernong .2.00 ,'iXO .,0X0 Cteeexprespaid,. :.__-._____,IS ".-..._'- :"I,: ./ "" .: 5.44 -
t ____. 4.00 rrJiO 1LCIOYorkUDD. I 'rb bon wines are abaolutely' rL and are \ 'OLD 13 :_,:. :. .If it .
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DeLand people have bottght .\ cto .. Jell from a BeI1sottbstO.-.-;.__ WO 1.11.. :.4.78.. SJ4 da.7. ... 'l. Bottled ta Jxjnd. by the U. S. Gor'm't. WilIIamVPrWatiS l : _::00""'" ..
Mellow Springs ; r-.711J
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bar on the Jarrett Lumber poe roadI1a1ned 1 ". CORN : ,. .' i- '
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and grapefruit groves in caw wh1db he 4led1 D.&fter.. ,"t{. ...aII..f___..:.... .J5.W.. 'CSJ'I' J3.Rtrsfrht1tCtw' .at IS Fall" Pi- ---O? ; Exyr 4 jp,|65ila44.W, : R

p The city.dredge ,of St... 110 proof 2i I.2I T.T5ao1Tcvz4de ,...... I: :
cold. They are experiencing ..Petersburgbcdng : S
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nl' &; :. ":''''i i HR. BHYAN\VISITS BWBFOSO COUNTY CALL'FOR A WHITE!DEMOCHATIC PBI'; "". ." ".- f.. '''J.!. ;";' "':..'.'..
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.. ," Tr '..'<.:i:.'" <"....-....;..it.. ., "' EI-IIO' ; THE State Democratic Executive Commttee A SMALL INCOME
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-<- >:' I .&t$ ';:, 'ji... : .' HonKathaaP..Bryan, candidate .for ecutive Committee of Bradford count election: hereby K
to
formal call for a primary
its
hgue
. i, -k:...." ,,' .. ,."- *Uuited: States eena.tor" "delivered an ad ba held on systematically cared
( '; .. '. ".- dress the court bouse in Starke Wednesday Prudently and
.I at
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;'!"('.'f t. ...:.,...yyy' : ,1, ',f.6"-,. ,evening.'Mr. to In ach election precinct In Bradford county for will accumulate .competence' 1,

' ."*,"-, ',"r: {':t'. .!-.._. ';.J. .'Brjan 'came r''f up by automobile choice to allow for the a United democratic 8tasea voters Senator to express to be elected their for happy old age. A t large income '-
.I; from Gainesville Wednesday morning at its next reeular session-
: by the Legislature:
: ,
c J{!" :-: >; +v ...:' ""., lie was met at* Hampton by a party of January A**ond 81,1811 primary,in shall the event be held no on candidate Tuesday 13 recklessly squandered in high We wish to announce that on Friday'

:; ; ''i< i. friends from Starke and spent n couple chosen by majority vote at the first election. living and for unnecessary expense, "
The primary election shall be held from 8 Saturday at,6:30 and 7:30 each
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: evening
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H -:: of hours there meeting and conversing o'clock a.m.until sundown. ,
and surrounding I The ooicvra the election t-hall be three Inspectors will waste a competence, leaving will be the best moving picture '
< ",' : ,! .,' with citizens of the town one of whom shall act as Clerk. : show ;at
> ( : country. After.aJuuried: : dinner in Snonld either person so appointed fall to appear nothing for the comforts and ne-
'1. at the polls to perform his duties for fifteen Electric Theater that has ever been shoW
t : Starke he left for Lake. Butler, accompanied minutes after the time to open,then the cessities of later

:;.,t t.'. by Messrs. &. V. Long and L. D. vacancy inspector from or inspectors the bystanders present; Provided shall fill the years.i this city. At'the beginning Mr. Spent

1'if- ,; Wail, of this city. The party returned: candidate-shall be an inspector. ten-minutes lecture foreigni
r. ... tAIl white democratic electors qualified to An account at a home bank fur- give a on
' > / late 11 the nfceri O)!! and Mr. bryan election November 1910, .
nti vote at the general }
\, .# '...."''''" .I.' ;. shall be allowed to vote in these primaries.The the EASIEST and SAFEST tries also show a number of beautiful ai
: He nishes ,
'if, .:\ ; spoke. in this city at 8 o'clock p. m. inspectors shall keep a poll llrt of aU

&.t' r.," \ ',','" was introdno xi by Mr. 'Long and proceeded ballots persons cast voting,to the and Secretary return the of the same committee, with the, way to handle your income with structive sli es. This will be followed: ]_ _

.j. -' at once to the discussion of some on or before o'clock a. m. on : Jan. ,A.
k t aary 12, 1911. At the close of the polls they prudence andjsystem. motion pictures such as would attract
i national issues. ;
' of the rUut
%'i\ more imp dSall publicly count the ballot cast and announce
.. and shall make dapli.'ate whole family. Ladies especially
'. The adlress lasted for more than an the result invited '
i certificates of the result,oneof which shall be .
}-' t.. : hour and commanded,the close attention retained by the Clerk and the other1 deliveredto Your account will receive ,proper Admission 10 cents. Children under J
f' '" of the Executive Committee I
member
r,.:Xir rt..... of'hIS hearers. who the shall deliver the same to the Secretary attention and be insured at the
,:. '. : .. It is impassible for the Telegraph tot of the Committee. I accompanied by parents admitted. free. s;
,t ... Ths returns of said election shall te: canvassed -
;; -.;' !ot 5" give the addre in fall or even a fairsynopsis by this Committee on 'l'hun1day.January If you can't come to the 6:30 show c '
..., 12th, 1911,at 10 o'clock a. m.,at the court house BANK OF STARKE ,
: to the 1'8heav" dej
;. owing
in Starke. i
the 7:30
to
as we guarantee a high
f\ you
inspectors are hereby appointed I >
<. wands on oar spa-je this week. It is The following ,

:? :"i:, : '.. .. only fair to Bryan to say, however, that District to hold No.said 1-0.election T. :Pearce, Enoch Orims, i I STARKE, FLA. entertainment. We have come to stay ,t

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,. S. : <: he created a fine impression on his hear J.B. Whitehead. VT.J. J.D.Cobb. I solicit '
1. District No. 2- Epperson i JJ we respectfully your patronage.. j i
.' .; .:".' and made new friends among them. T.P. R*ci3tr .
: Coursou, ,
; ..it.era District No."S-J. D.. Pearce: M. Z.

i i ; ., In Honor ot Mrs. Miller. .T3n1eS'CletIl Di..trict No. i.Tr.4-D.J. Harden, R. T. Taylor

'. ....: I Hampton, Fia, Dee: 7.-Sunday, 'the X Db W.trlct Douglass.1V o.6 -O. W.Hazen,M.P. .Matheny,
r, 4th inst., Dr. and Mrs. H. L. Miller eu- W.E.Pinboister -
*' :. '," tertained a delightoi party at dinner iu District No.6-J. W. Andrew, Jr., J. [

honor of their mother, Mrs..M. R. Mil Morgan District, N.No7 D.-Wainrieht.S. K.Johns,W. t}..Seals, !. S. LpellcerAmilsefflent m
} ler, of Brinson, Ga. G tner. .
Plates were laid for Rev. J. M. Deve- District .8-.T. C.Byrd, N. T. Bitch Jr., SAPP a SMITH

'i" : ... mean and twelve ladies. The dining IlDtetSctrNo. 9-H.C. Peeples, Brillis Hier, !
: ; table was beautifully decorated with Sebron Dukw. :

roses, carnations and ferns. At eacb JOHN CROFT, .
r plate wag a pretty rosebud, which was Ch'n Bradford Co.Dem. Ex. Com. LIVERY SALE AND FEED g mfm f i mmfm i m mam i mf mmffmmmi mmimmmi mmmimmi mmmmfm
pinned to each guest as they took their J. E. FUTCH. : ,
k X : h r .places at the table, resulting in a most &'y anl\Treas.
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::4: :* '. :. ? pleasing picture, as all the ladies wore [ Job Printing Neatly .
BP"
black
gowns. Notice.List .
The menu consisted of green peas, I
q roast turkey,Irish potatoes, roast ham, of irgMered voters in the Town of' r. S.T ABLES i .
; { sweet-potatoes, fried chicken, rice, Mat'k", revised by the Town Council December -A6.A.A..A.v'V & ,
> 6th, 1910: ""hl 1 ; WWWW. .,
l, I. .lIre ad, preserves, ambrosia, cake andS : ,
coffee.; Austin.. Hans Alvarez.J M .
i f Alvarez W Austin Lacy H
? .After dinner the guests repaired to
,,' the living room, where a delightful afternoon Alvarez Alvarez,,8 C L M Andreu Agin,Harry,A O Good teams and guides for commercial travelers and sportsmen. John N. C. Stockton's
was enjoyed. Adkins,A Z Alvarez-Como Sp
Alvarez; V L Adams,K L
Rev. and Mrs.
Those present were Andrews,J W, Jr Alvarez R RAIFORD. FLORIDA la28lotVim. _
t Devenean, Mesdames Seals, Wise, Ma- Alvarez..1 C Alvarez D WAnders 11
I nire Jones Prevail Adams Alvarez,Alonzo ,J Z "
Wiley ,
Nimmo, Sally Saxon, Haynes and the Andrews, J W,Sr' -- A Tale of Three Men Told 'by a, Fourth.. Who x,

i ; guest of honor Mrs. M. R. Miller. Baisden G W,JrBonued. Bryan,J R -
: At the close of the d,y the guests departed .Ed Bundle, Jacob A. Blount Methodist Church Directory. There-A True Story of an Actual'' Occurrence!
y Bryan. W M Bryan,S A .
- for their homes: wishin; Dr. and .Brow nlee. H L W Sun lay School 9:50 a. m.
Mrs. Miller many returns of suh pleas. Bronke, Albert J1rnl. OF PENSACOLA Preaching 11 a. m and 7:80 p. m. Words 'as They Were Spoken..
t ant gatherings. Epworth League 3:30 o'clock p. m.
Can, C P Canova,Paul E _' CANDIDATE FOR
: Crews,A 8Crutchfield Chancey, M H Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:iO p. m.
,: Toang Folks Eel) oed Candy Slew. Chas Cassie.J S United States Senator. E. J. GATES. Pastor.
Carlos,Geo J.1'
}_: A candy pulling was given at the residence Coles.: A D Carton,I B At the railroad station in a Florida town> j,

: :::7 of.Mr.. and Mrs. W. C. Lamb, in Cox Canova Rose,E E Collins,JohnCunningham, LA' ANNOUNCEMENTS. men recently met and while waiting fortbe]

'- \,.' the northern part of town, last Fnday Ooleman R D Canovu FCrawfor' .. '. 4.they'were all to board discussed politics in,'"
F R Crews,P S c-J.: ::;:': '
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FOR MARSHAL.I : :
evening in honor of their daughters I ,. :tii::: W:::' /t'Y1 oral and the Florida senatorial sucoessioir i&j:
Duncan, E P triggers,E W am a candidate re-election to the office ) f :
Misses _
Mamie and Lamb. : ,
Josephine ;
9it i f ticnlar.
Darby, A MDekle.TJ Dunkley-H J of Marshal and Tax Collector of Starke and respectfully ,
The entertainment was gotten up ,by Dryden, W T solicit the support of the vo+.ers. I :::>; : '
G .. Davis,JRDrigeers Daniel,R 0 promise to give faithful and efficient service if ., tt.v. #. They. were all men of intelligence 'd.
the following young people: Misses ,E 3 Denham, L W elected. L. H..AUSTIN. '
r seemed really
y? Dow ling, PH ... .:it J: : x interested in the final, out ,
Evelyn Andrea Carrie and Grace :
NIGHT <': :::;:<;f'l'': the
FOR MARSHAL.I t : 1 k ,..% present three-cornered 1Ight-for':
... ::1. TJglbw, Freida Rue, Jennie-Maud Edwards W F Edwards,Wtu. JrEdwardn ,1! ff { am a candidate re-election to the office f : :..-'":" : honors. f'
M
i' : Hodges': Eva Powell, Ida Stearns, Ruth Edwards English ,Lee L R Edwards,,Wm.1'W of Night Marshal and respectfully ask the support : of the voters at the ensuing election. If One of these
', Wainright, Anna Pinholster; Messrs. Edwards,Joseph Edwards E M elected I shall endeavor as in the pst,to faithfully ,. >> ",, .<..:".y : men wasp commery1al ....
.
txt Edwards, FO discharge the duties of the office. : :. i the us> -bright, jolly type another wttJ ":8::
Lester Stearns, Rurio Wells!, Harry ED. BUKNSED. .
Fetch J BFreeman Frands,N W to-do farmer,. a wonhy'.repreSeutati,,; ,
.;, ; Miner Jce ,Traby, Bryant ger-. A H Futch, David _: I hereby announce myself candidate for best and happiest vocation i the third'wfta'
Pukes, Henry Boseman, Cosmo Alvarez, Fetch C A FlorridJBGeorge the office' of Night Marshal of Starke and will ,
Fled Campbell, Lorenzo.Green. The Fertter,J H if elected endeavor to discharge the duties sat chant who had ideas and,ideals of politics!as. well'as of -

Griffin,T J ,D W of isfactorily.the voters.I respectttuly solicit bILAS the KITE.rapport' "Who. is going to be our next United senator?'? :
1 i party was a very enjoyable one. griffin W J Gorman,George .4
Gardner,0 0 Gnann,R U The question was put by the drummer. The'
merchant,
'Candidates For Town Offices.: Gunter,T D Griffin,O J FOB TAX ASSESSOR *
Gnann,Eugene Glover Jas : I the farmer, but was first with the answer. Said the mex bat" I

'S At the meeting of the council ,J WHollingsworth election 1 hereby.announce Tax C*..!i-.g"=....'Ji for candidate the Town for re of "Well '
qualified Haynes,J OHemmtngway Hodges sir I think it will
be
: the Bryan, though I.
> night following candidates ,T F W H Starke.and eirnestvleft, : the support of my -' ,candidly .
,.and their names were ordered printed Hull.N B Hoover 0 F fellow citizens: fought to be Stockton." to-
S ,,, fi''y' .'on the official ballots for the election to Hoover,J O HalltBL T. W. SWXAT. .. _
*' : be'held Thursday December 15th: Haynes W BHolllngsworth, G Hart Halslop 0,0 W R The farmer still silent, the drummer said to the mechaith"I .,-1

; 1 For mayor, C. F, Hoover; for alder- Hoffman,A P Harter,Doc FOB CITY TBXA8TTBXB. ;
# f :;, amen, E. P. Duncan, N. D. Wainright I hereby announce myself & candidate for agree with you that it ought to be Stockkm but I have i

F And E. S. Matthews; for clerk, C. A. Johns Jones,Dave JM Johns Johns,,A M HJackson L Town re-election of Starke to the and office respectfully of Treasurer solicit of the decided to try mount this time. J have Toted for ,JohnS ".,

Fetch; for treasurer' A. 8. Crews; for Johns,FB Sam The man who is running on his own A. !. CBXWB.yoursupport. long and so often always losing my rote, that I hare *lu ,
a'!ses6or! i\ W. Sweat; for marshal, L. Johns,Jacob Johns,kewton and Factional '
Johns, E B Johns,Jeff merits and against Ring eluded there is no chance for him to be elected and :i don'tforever
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H. Austin for marshal Ed
;t ; night Barn- Jones Nellie Jones A FOR MAYOR. '
' Politics. be the "
on side.
Eti $ : Jed and Silas Kite. John8ot, G W Jackson Raymond I hereby announce myself a candidate for rp- losing- ,
Jones, William Johnson,Jesse The man who is running against the election to the office of Mayor of the Town of
? '- Curious Baths In Penang. Jones, Eugene Perpetuation of the United States Sena- tarkl". The support of the voters of the town The merchant was about to reply when the fanner spoke

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is respectfully ooUcited. ,
4 One of the many things that strike Keller,J Kite PerryKickllter.JF torships in Jacksonville. C. F. HOOVER. "Gentlemen, pardon me, but I think You are both wrong."' ,
Kite,Arch
the tourist as curious at l' onn IB the
. Kite,David Kite,James
,, type of baths with which the hotels Kite Silas Kite Robert Mayor's Proclamation. FOR CLERK. "No apologies needed," sald'both the others "we want,;
i .are provided. Penang is in the Straits ifiCklite"L W Kite,James,Jr hereby announce my candidacy for reelection opinion; let ns bare it." ,
Kite D W Knight C A to the otdce of Town Clerk and respect :
I,C.Hoover, Mayor of Starke,by virtue
:Settlements British in Kickiiter fully solicit the
a crown colony WLLagergren Knight, DELivingston support of the voters as the
of the authority vested in me by law do hereby "Well, gentlemen," raid the "I'feel'
election farmer
to be held December. 17th. that,I hart
the .
Malay peninsula deriving Its name call an election to be held in the aforesaid
,H E ,G C town,by the qualified voters therein on C. A. FUTCH. lost a Tote in my life, although only twice haTe I -
from the straits of Malacca, which Long,Augustine V Levtton,M .. seen my caz_:
jform the great trade route between Lake, William Long,F H THURSDAY,DECEMBER 15. 1910, for president elected. } have TOted for John Stockton etary:

F r india: and China From each of the LewiaHLLlmbauthTN Lazon J.m7.John.",.ElmerIAngfotd for One the:Mayor.purpose of electing could because he stood for the true democratic principle _and'"

"ft first class rooms opens a dark cement ,J N Lewis,WDMorgan Three One Marshal Aldermen.and Collector.One pact to keep'on voting for him until he is elected. I see i"

< <,.. paved, damp smelling little room Moltt, A E ,J WIIalphur8 Night Marshal.. reason to'drop Stockton than to drop the democratic "
a : which serves as the bath. |n it is an Wm F Matthews,E S One Treasurer. Can't Work of several defeats party :,
Moore,F A Moltt,0 L One Assessor. ,
immense jar of porous brown earthenware MurrheeJMUaUoxRP: :Mack. Moaea: : One Clerk.In .
,: : about five feet high nearly Mitchell. J MMceeelle testimony whereof I herewith subscribe "By holding on and keeping up the dexnoratio party
: U D Miner, WH name and cause the seal of the
my When
three feet In diameter In the middle ,O 0 :MlzonCAMoaeley (SEAL) said town to be hereunto affixed you feel that you years we are now almost certain to elect a democratic pim*

i y {' ; and but one and a half feet In diameter Miner Morrhee H,L Curtis E Murdaugh,L E W NMorrisTJC this 10th day of N01'l'l1l00ik9lO.' can hardly -drag through 1913, and by holding and keeping on Toting for Stockton '

at the top. It, stands huge and :Mack,John Attest: Kayor.I your' daily work, and are long a time I feel sure that we will land him in the UEits&senate >
graceful of outline,,' but dark and:nnhv Mott,H D Mott. B G C.A.FUTCH,Clerk. tired discouraged and* "
next
Mott,E K :McCaU Frank January. ;
.' YiUng, and is full to the brim with water :McCoy rUng McFarland 0 D NATURE TELLS YOU miserable, take Cardui ,;

not however, to get Into. Near NerrmanAJ the woman's.tonic. "Good for our farmer friend,",said therdrummer., "I

i, It handled are a supply quart dipper.of soft soap The proper and a long procedure ParJ John' Peek C L As Many a Starke Header IDOlS Toi i Cardui is prepared for few that there is logio in his argument. '

f : Is to soap the body well then PowelL Peek/Carlfl JH Pist w.ChaaF ore,H H eel the 'purpose'of helping "More truth than poetry.; ," said the merchant.After .

'i throw several dippers of water over PolhjnDPPoppell.JO Phiui A F When the kidneys are sick, women to regain thett. all were seated .
PhillipaCM comfortably in the room:
It, repeating the process :until satisfied. Proctor,TD Pert,A JRoberta Nature tells you about it. strength and health. train the merchant smoking -

ti :' There Is water enough to keep It RivenWHBltchNT ,JH The urine nature's calendar. Not by'' doping -with addressed the drummer thus; a$

up tor an boar or so, and there Is a RltchJHReavea Infrequent or too frequent action; strong drugs, but by the "Bmwe meat all .confess that what la.needed la ,0Qt x
huge crash towel as large as a. sheet Bna.PMReynolds ,JT gentle tonic State.,
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to wrap up In when the bath Is over .Dot WI
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Ruined by Prosperity. ills. 'He hM made I'O'ltb a ibid,...'.. DO'other man ia '
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... 'Do.r nowf exclaimed Brother Dick. ,0 It 'Stl1l87..B81na& Starke people testify to this. Be Ii a man of attasra. Be'could soon boa : I

ere -You** what prosperity dots fer Ia&ra,1':.K-G II( ,FABparkman,J.J Mrs. J. J. Chaplin Starke,Fla., says: T : oaJi t 'hiffiaeti: ,Bat he hu besa'ice a qurier cif of..7

l r .. a.pussou. don't yon? Look at dat man Spenoer.SM 8LlMnk n.BBShaffer "Doan's Kidney Pills did me a great Wend and defender of the "

w yonder. Wen: he wui po' he wuxChappy 8iilJf BtarliDC>y.DDL. SterDerL,traderlek BJ P deal of good. I suffered from a kidney doubbs godsen4W Io', ccmm OD 1eop'e, ah4.h4t

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tnm.dat day ter dh be ain't knowed, -I Pastor. !!"
F -'l what Is! His wife wanted ter 'l'RbTJ1 Thomas8YTrnbyJI secretions were irregular in passage and 1It Seller. ..o dar -. .,
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hat wid de an' he wanted '
buy a Bloontand
money tin' business Turner, Boy ing it impossible for tine to find, a position writes: U .Bryan are both 1ac4 Win, I am,1tmI''Ui r
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+t!t Likely dat It'll stop'soon either. An' all WU1I.BB -"' Jm procured DoanVKidnay Pills at the Card' I.was .unable' ,to t ,'dad' "oiie fr1eDd, lob Stackt0n.z 1 4*, *:8

f r S amount: .* strlkln*. sudden'rich** by WeeksWT.WH f .Waiar.Wm..IfWard. XWalnrigh : Startle Drag 00., and, began their me. do any, ,work! 1' have, 1fow,, let U.all,three....Ia7. ham. r4uud'now. find lrbeisa '." .
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,101 La wet keep.me po' an* peaceful W1d.. 'W Nd .t.r WUUe.A was not locg-befece- he lameness a&d Improved :voy modi. 1:: FOB JOHN STOCKTON.* t..

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tnest, and tbe.hawks pounce'upon-: the 1 hereby eertU.1hat the torecotq fa a true sole agents for the United 8.... '.< PetTtegfaSgl' w. .._ .1 L., I.1dE. 1 .ooI.t d
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.V{The big sale at' my store has been a phenomenal' success. Hundreds (!bf people> have been convinced' .-of. the. .. :;' ,


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Whiskey 5i Bott1e The people of this section are living 'I II -
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j1 24 Saini1es $1b 2O Express soon coming in and they will, begin .
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farming again with a smile of sunshine.

4n. People who and boy wUikerTbrandy hare chance and tate.t gin by tbs mall quality arwayi tend After the\be money ahlpmeat Sampson has an auto now and it is {
advance never any
g aril...,the buyer,f S notpe,,ed.prefer to drink: up the adulterated- Dot altogether a back number. ha1. Shall I 6ive "Her"
watered turT*rather than to: to the trouble of re-chipping and demandlnc ; -
back the BmalUom inn 8CL ThUUnfrtrlghtl Every dUzeDlhouI4procee H. P. Jones, of Lake Kerr, Fla., has '
III atmeU acalnat fraud and nisrepmentetlon and demand ralu reoerred for OL ) t<
forroar hard returned -to his work He has .
rery dollar Inverted. To abow what we caD: .t1III in ueIwII'8 : IiDrBIaid again. : / ,
earned many we mlerOD and tun.to aht] ,bt espreM :
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BatUee- k eacb.11.Q ) been visiting relatives and friends at '
may ... e __IIoz.m ad1l.-bI1I oodfarat.ill '
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[ J. N. Lang Notice is hereby: given to all .persons interested 1' .
I**. ford,Sheriff of Bradford county. B'lorlei in the estate of Mrs. 8.A.Dubo e. late of ; .1
ItuideraaabrTlrtueaf: that certain Bradford. county, Florida, deceased that I,So :
{ecuttca toned out of and under the seal of the W..Dubosa, Guardian of Katie Frances and -i
I Circuit Court of Bradford county, Florida, Armontina Cloud Duboee minor heirs of said {'" *
i agatart W.C.Barclay: and in faror of L. W.&b1n8cm.on estate,will thirty days after the first publication ,!of:: :
am dated Korwnber 28,1910,trill of this notice,apply: to the Honorable T. '
offer tor Bale and Mil to the highest and J.EMde, County Judge of Bradford county, 't: "
best bidder therefor for cash, at the court Florida,for an order to Bell at private or public : : :
(home door In the town of Stake,Bradford sale,for the benefit of said minors,the following s'.t..' ',.,.
i county Florida,on Monday: real estate situated in said Bradford I :
D4iDrb THE 2D DAY OF JANUABY 1911, OUAtTl'1ortda.to-wit: "?1 :
|the aame Wq a legal not day ofhu Id court, Ten acres in BW corner of sw%of n1t'}{of at s .
I during the legal hour Bale following section 23. township A south, range 19 east, '*
IdeeariLcxi.real estate. situated In Bradford using the A.C.L.railway: right of way M the : >
1(county Florida,to-wlt: western boundary Un vt>ie public road leading .
HX of wK and soy of MOtion 28,all of seo- from Lake Butler to Worthlngton Springs. ,
boat 10,20 and 90,BwJi of section 21,wW of nX the eastern boundary; line and the line on BOUthmde ...
I of ne%,eJV of ae i and wW of >eJ4 of seoI of said sw%of nw as the eouth boundary: ; '
Lion 2B. > nw>,ana- eH of wJi of section 81, line' Also,commencing at ne corner of ne4of
landwKoneetlon C2 all la township 4J>oath, nw!-i of section 28, township 8 south, range
a east,WOOacre.. 19 east,thence! run w 140 yards tothence point of beginning "'
range ftJ
3. W' rANOORD. thence s 140 yards, w 210 yards, .
Sheriff Bradford Co,Florida. thence n 140 yards, thence e 210 yards,to point ,
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,PUtnturiAttorner. 8. W. DUBOSK, 'f.
Guardian of Katie FranoMand Armontina

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3 important: business change that iercnanoise II) Cat Prices. r. 'J'" .,.'., ,.,'",
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(the recent purchase of the books of the The public are having offered to them ; :::1

[Bradford County Abstract Company by many interesting merchandising opportunities Banquet"r! ;

JTax Collector>> G. W. Alnerman. during the holidays in Starke. : : : ,,":i

t Mr Alderman already has the workof <
The latest announcement of a sweeping '
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(der way and will continue until he has reduction in prices is made by Canova '?'

i full and complete system of abstract & Knight. They hare a half-page advertisement : Sr. & .1' ?
ttoki, covering every pares! of laud in ?#- :
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"GEORGE "H.: OFFINS. CASKETS I I lost Opening Up= .a

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DEAD4N BATHROOM 'Minister;** Greece Asked to-Re. ''i Undertakers'supplies' A.full 'tine of the 'famons .Queen! ;Qualiiy Shoes tor

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WAS PROMINENT SOCIALLY Q. C. LIVINGSTON & Co.
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Overcome By Gas as When Discovered H. D. BRO. !:

.', She Was Lying Near Heater ..:,, i.L:1At Notice ol Final Discharge. COR. CALL AND WALNUT STS. "

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+ Escaping. .. i i iafy. Notice Is hereby::given to all concerned that IL' STARKE FLA.
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final returns Executor of the estate of William
myN'PtJ3RYAN. Underhill,late of Bradford t-ounty<< Florida
Augustus G. Hartridge, a well-known I ,deceased and apply to floe Count;j Judge of
lawyer and former state's attorney, was ,, al'SttTIONS, srArts OF.iLbRIDA stNAroe.i0RuHrrto Bradford county Florida, for my final dis I

found dead> in the bathroom of her j jI jI I charge.w.. H. UNDERHILL ,

r: ; home, 915 Oak street, Jacksonville, I I It. Executor of the Estate of William ;

j Fla. Her head was close to a ga Underhill,deceased. i
1 i heater from which the fumes were : .;n' :>>'rw1 ''''-:'' I ICarter's June'Ii, 1910.-Cm AGENCY ESTABLISHED IN 18 0.t ; .

escaping, and across her forehead was I ..... -- '
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Prices | FlU!t K \'LARIC' THOS. w.rIELDI';Q.
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v Livingstone a relative of 1 4 J. R. DAVIS & COMPANY
s. the dead woman's husband, in the Lawyers. i
s death certificate, declares that death : On Fancy Groceries | STARKE FLORIDA "
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wan due to a fractured skull, caused t I I F?Practice all Courts State. and Federal I ,;

by.falling against the stove. ,I .1 {i Offices over Gainesville National Ban: .-
Mrs. Hartridge was about 37 years (rood name, 21c b. t{ Gainesville. Fla. I

,' of age, having been born, in Chattanooga : I Ii I II Good white Bide ciV ar, ]5c rib. .

s ; ; Tenn., in February, 1873. She was D. S. butt meat, 11,- 'c lb. I -
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rt"" popular In society, and married A. G. i I I Compound lard, lie lb.

Hai-tridge in 1895, the wedding being ji;;" r 1 ,: "::; Good corn, $1.68. AS c REVEtUE4' CER'

one of the most brilliant social events Good choice hay, $UiO per cwt.

of' that season. I COPPER COMPANY WINS. t tI Good rice, 4c lb.
-. )Irs. lIa tridge was noted for her
Fighting for Injunction Capitalists Meal, 92-lb I [sack $1.80. ;
; genial qualities, and I f
; was much beloved
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her marriage she was considered a i By affirming the decision of the ;I Sugar, HP* Its., $1. ;
lower court the court of the ,
belle in Jacksonville and was noted supreme heroFene,1t: e gal. .
for her ability as an elocutionist i United States denied J. Harvey Ladew ![ 5-gal. oil tanks, 70'. For a MerryChristmas
and other capitalists of New York and j 11m ROSES ,
f.-'Mrs. Hartridge was the adopted f Galvanized buckets, 20c each r
: West Virginia relief in the federal
.; daughter of the late B. F. Dillon, of courts from the alleged nuisance] Brown si orts, $1.65 per sack. from the d'Y '
Atlanta, general superintendent of the White starts
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Batter, SCc lb. ROSH
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: ; .'..; ago. I Ladew and his associates own large 36-in. bleaching, 6c to lOc jard.

timber interests: aggregating in all Shoes for men, women and children / ,,

COMPERS'DENOUNCED. I 2,400 acres in Fannin Gllmer and 75c, $1.00,$1.25, $1.50 $2.00 I a

i Pickens counties, Georgia. $2.25 $2.50 and$3.00 a pair.
I Just the line in Tennessee
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Tampa Business Msn Pass Resolutions Very best Indian Head plaids, '
to That. Effect. I are the smelters of the Tennessee Cop Qcayard. :4 ti.r .
? :The citizens' committee, numbering per Company and other companies: the .
''c o several hundred of the leading business 'sulphurous fumes from which it is Best grade ginghams, 9c a yard. a',.

men of Tampa, held a meeting claimed hare been ruining the timber Outings 6c to lOo a yard. '

t (- and adopted resolutions, condemning belonging to Ladew and his associates Hats, 35c to $1.90 each.

; as false the charges of President Samuel i in Georgia. DeSoto, the very lest. flour, You will certainly want good whiskies -

. e ,, Gompers of the American Federation Several years ago the state of Georgia $5.90 per barrel and wines for Christmas. Why

,' .. :of Labor made: against Tampa at began proceedings to stop the alleged Look for the Iron Store at the take chances with'unknown houses

f r St:Louis. The resolutions assert thatGompers destruction. The first step taken Depot. )
unreliable mail order concerns
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1t' was misinformed and that by Georgia resulted in an announcement

:" I .. ... f charges: .that union labor, or any other from the supreme court of the J. C. CARTER. when you can order from The House

.: ; body or set of men, are not treated I United States that it -would issue an I ,of Rose and be sure of a square deal,
dt' P- with Impartiality In Tampa are "wlthj injunction upon the request of. the Starke Fla. .
};j .: out foundation in fact. state for the abatement of the alleged first-class service, the best goods, immedtjfe ,
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;,r 'I.l.">: nuisance. This application was not -.-- |9 shipment and the refund of your, '
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. l' mad and Ladew and his ,
associates
.: JJ? money.if are dissatisfied? ,Not
(: : COMPLETE FLORIDA VOTE. you only
began the fight as individuals for an .... .
;';. p-'v. ......" <. injunction. ;that, but to show our appreciation for the
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- Majority.. ,Against, :Prohibition Will' The circuit court of the United H. C. RICHARD orders of 'our' thousands of, customers,we offer
- Reach fltarty 6,000., States for the eastern district of Tennessee
\. \ for a short time special Christmas,assortments at a sub, _
u Following: -IB the official vota, complete dismissed the petition for an "
k; 'on constitutional amendment, injunction on the ground that the action General Insurance \ stanlial saving in puree We not only cut the'p foVChratmas _,:

': 1910: for the abatement of a nuisance but we include one or two exira quarts free as described each assortment -:

y?; .. Prohibition amendment Amencment-Tatal rots. was not a suit of a local nature, on 53.777;:for the amendment enforce a claim against real estate,
p:5 24.& $; against the'amendment, and as 'neither of the parties were companies and will be constantly on the besides. Avoid the rush. Order note and pour Christmas'will be the. 'merrier. i'J

I p P. 29,271; majority againstamendmen', domiciled within the district,'the court alert to promote your interests. Guarantee -

4,765. had no Jurisdiction.. From this decision courteous treatment to all patrons..' !
' Escambla Court Amendment-Total ;an appeal was taken to the supreme A well written policy by -a first-class Assortment No. 1.- $5.33. Asso cntNo.: 2= 5:3i \

: Tote on amencmenJS:4.91: ; for the court The court has approved agent in a first-class company sometimes 4 DEW CORN setts'for '2.30' 4 ,. RYE.
t' qt* MOUNTAIN qt ,W1NELES ............ICn.for 52J50 //0
Amendment, 16,04It against the amendment the finding of the lower court. means, much in case of loss by fire 1 qt. choice 4A Gio.....................sells for .75 1 :qt..-choice 4A Gin.,___.........sella for J$ .
13,450; majority for the amenjnent ": 1 qt. choice 4X Sweet Catawba Wiao sells for .1.00 1.qt.ehoioe4XS.wcctCaiawba Wine IUa.for 1.09*
-- 1,591. .. I i DR. COOK HEARD FROM. H, C. RICHARD Starke, Ha. 1 qt. choice 4A Apricot Brandy..seU for 1.00 .1 jt.choice 4A Apricot.Brandy....-JeIIs for 1.00! ";
r' .' Additional Circuits Amendment-To- ; ;; 1 qt. choice 4A Port Wine......_.....selb for ..75 : 1 qt.,:choice:4A; Port.W- .,.....:..._sU for J3 ( '.

.\; i.. J tal vote on amendment 29,699; for the Hunger-Crazed He Believed He Reach Regular value of this assortment ............._v$6.00 Regular vataa cUb$ .assortment...;ri,.. o... .: b- Y

amendment, 15.246; against amend ed North Pole. m Special Chrittmat Price Sped5l.Christm5SPrice' .. .

r. ment, 14,453; majority for the amend Dr. Frederick A. Cook, who now ooJy......_........................$5-9.8- O3Jly..._..*.*....._......_.__..*.CD5' ..7v:;: : f'
;r ment. "3. I confesses' that ;he does not know Winter is HereIdle i With this assortment we will include-absolutely With this assortment we will 'iaclaefiee; :oe '.
: whether 'be reached the north poleor 1 free one quart of choice 4 A Peach and Honey which quart of choice 4A Peach and Honey which .scfl*.
..i : J: Nerro Barber Killed. not," had no'easT task?in disposingof fines and .elli for 15 cents per quart, and a pint flask ofRote's for 75 cents: per quart and a pint :flask'of Rose's.. .
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1 The body of Clarence Jones a negro what he describes'as "The Story oCook's f become unsafe chimneys when sometimes suddenly Old Special: Reserve Rye. Old Special-Reserve Rye.. Mf i

Trip to the North Pole "
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north of Lake City, to reports reaching New York .
punctured with .
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4i .bullets, and a paper pinned to his I Assortment,3$7.43:
The Brooklyn explorer, it Is stated
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1 shirt in .
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,tr,: "killed for improper relations was Is living !in seclusion In an obscure r 2 qts "PURITY RYE"..; .,.........__...._._.........seila! for 52.00.
white;; : with boardinghouse! In Bloombury, a London Jl Davis & 'Co l' 2 qts. FOREFATHER CORN........_....__.;_.......sells for 2.00
at woman of bad repute.:. suburb, and there had written the 2 ,ts. finest 4X Sherry Wiao...................__........BclU for 2.0-J \
Deputy Sheriff Edwards discovered stprywhich' he hopes will him 1 qt. finest 4X Port Wine............_..__...............seus for 1.00
;fine body,. hating "been informed to of restore 1 qt finest Calif. Cognac. Brandy........._........M..scls for 1.25f.
a degree savor In this country. INSURANCE
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'i3 | s that considerable shooting had It appears that for.weeks Dr. Cook .. Regular value 0 this assortment....,__....................._.........._-$8.25
been heard :In, that }ocality.'. The .w":" to retufn' f his .. ..... Special Christmas Price, FY
home in
., man In the case has; not' been ,seen eager, sought through o a literary'bureau Brooklyn oal?.......... _........!.........._._..__..........$ d .43
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'" since the shooting.- -: to sell his latest story to London mag- 'r With this fitsorrmeat we wH! inclnda absolutely free One quart of _
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f azine publishers. Oie: thousand ROSE'S PERFECf RYE"cn exc:-l.t: whiskey which sells for. 1.25
: | Arrested for Robbery. dollars ... pcr quart, and a pint flask of ROI 's Old Spccial.Rhervo'Rye. :
it was
is said; asked for the story
You .
m F. Rutz,. wanted at Eagle Pass!, cn't sow thistles atid
which the London. editors declined to reap I firs. If you plant '
Texas, for bank robbery last June wad accept \ Ferry Seeds ,YcaProw 1

a y disguised arreUed' In'as a Nassau farm hand.county According, Florida, Cook, In his story, which Is soon to YO:1 profusion txottt exactly:wd what faa 1 Assortment No. 4-$7.83. Assortment No. $10.65: t
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believed
blar'dfrom: ': In many places In Mexico h+- excelled. 3 quo WINKLES RYS..................sells for; $3.M 3 FOREFATHER CORN......sells for 3.00
ai committed. learned that Dr. Cook was In the learift f 1 qt. choice 4A Apple Braady....._.seIIs for 1.00 2 qtt. finest 4X Port Wire .....,.... .sells four2.W\
'extradition:.The; prisoner i* {re_ United States'earl In November. an-1 I F dUd,andtXPeflence '2 qts.'choice 4A Apricot Braody.....seIU for 2.00 .1 qt.finest Calif.'CoJnao Brandy...sell* for 1.2S :; .
without ;
turn g papers. came here to conclude the arrangements .raakethenire- 2 qts. choice"4A Port Wine........M.selli for 1.5 i 0, 1 qt. finest 4X Ancr.Jamaica Rum sells for 1..25..

; Jacksonville--fink--Clearings.- with. Hampton's, Magazine fothe r lights ._Far sale Regular value of this lSortment..:.....:,?... .......$S.S5 Regular' value of this eftsortmcnt.._ ,_.... 12.s '
; publication of his story. He came 1810 Sled A aausl S 'I' '
Special Christmas Price .
} UI4bf, :?4vemt$11ufiJ,030.U.>er came tea tn., .close b Icnk with cuea a to;' .by, way' ,of, Canada and met the publishers 'tree..011 1I:1'IUr re4ntst; a: co.. only.$7.e3 'onlr.......,._..........,....IN,$,JL-\ e .S'. ., .;, l

at Troy N. Y. _..... Witli this assortment we will include absolutely, You not only $1.85 in
> fore month,as:complied by the,Jacksonville ..IML. save cash bet we give you- .
After free
coacluding'the arrangements one quart of Poach: and Hooey and one quart absolutely free one of.ROSB'3CON.iTITUi
.. CJetornsHou *;axa4tii said,1 fpr'[the..pttbllshlns' '' of his confession ". ...' t --. r'f Rock and Rye-the two quarts.are worth $1.50T10N RYE which quart sells for$1. 0 per quart. and a* .

thaf 1 thenhea'ttre...the greatest Jar j i 1.Dr. Cook, .returned to Europe. and a pint flask of Roue's Old Special: Reserve Rye.. pint. flask,of Rote's. Old Special Reams.Rye., :
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-.. represents nearly $1,000.000 lu -- .. 4 r i Your Christmas -'J'
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Pr c' 'f 'and ftea P I tWeakt .heap of satisf cti9n'I
.' I cre0 r the figures for October.wtfl i Commission Decides'ten: e Not Co rn- Civil Mechanical Engineer. "
:f the total reached 1048841011. plying With Lease Terms.It t I jir.n dltierUJgJ) _

!:: t*total increase being exactly $79 ,- is said that unless the Nashville, OLD TOWN FLA. 1 Christmas tii f fr''YiS 'trl'thing extrad... van
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q 640JCp. ] '- a askrof R'ose's'Q14'Speciid fcttfc ot ,
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of the Western & Atlantic railroad Twenty Years'Experience in the Field. .e
f' t yI which is the property __ _____ t e ,' 1 Ier.of. ;fie xabav aasartm u 'fed bQ.j ,. redas
Strike Agitators !Sentenced. Y
.. i |er- listening to a long argument of Gec-gla se 'sL] qt' t..thl" !tAe !' Ccmttactin= OqmstrRctlon'juid RaW ): an.PressQp" f our good s sofl.r
; 't .J Attorney I I terms of Its lease in! G:.n :
b Frank Jennings.rep H1 { .f t t K % yelsso.n ;anTare and hi pri W.koj4il it fob'
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" I the motion 1 nooga it may become,pgp sear : : a. i : ..tcd.. .. ord
, the cues of Jose d .P t.- +<;lOJIiU.01:4U4. ? beforeJanu iry1,'.1911. t to i(! I.:. I,:\ 1 ., .! c1y- ,4 t, .......

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"b We have fire goods dead':stock :'nodam g a 4 'gooclsVto: offers i0urstoclhas J been'-carefully' 'selected
'you* goods at pricefcthat will nrfiply make'yo u u y. ,np ,. ; no > _

and,.. .;boujgHt'- rect frorh":?f ones-fmd.roMu!! rers. This i 'i'is no maJce-ljelieye: sale;f fo' sfimulat Me&s.1 Itis, i an honestlprppp:] i iiopfnd .the;way to satisfy 'y our-: I frg

self *iSat/rice: !:! ,our hoods..* iir 'qu9* k? A-Xi aeon U'a' few articleslandassureXPUthat-Afr, ; : : .whole stocK,will l-. .,sold'o the same... basi& 8 f S .thif paper'and'. afiSfY ': << ,-
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r: o k+:" : l lS; ::qJRDAy lIGil-1V ECEMQIII;: : 24 A las'a I'J! ;;of!Christmas!:! novelties,::I 4W$Will! .i the;!same \ }.e Saddle s'FfIlffi; -, tr .

H aidware-m: fat, eve' .tpid'g'1'e'; !t:-- nbe4'Sold at cpst' I"o rely nothing sot 'on J crb iJ '? S 1 .; i' ;: -J .' .t t r A

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.' ROt:< )Boys' Suits.. __.___________ ______..------ 3.25'I$.'.).00. Work. Shoes I .. -----$1.30 :.',t...b .COmfprfj, .; -.,........'...----------.------'i.5r<". .
Hotel Goblet.*, regular boo.mine. ., nowperaet_* ._.___f .Ol!1: Small lot of Ken. Suits from- p to$4. .3.00...Drew- Shoes' -._-_-._--.__--_-._-_-_-__-_--__-_-._-,-_--.' ___.- 2ESo '.l' Q .Bl"13Je-.'- r-''";L_____.v_..'_-_._________________._ i.ib'' :

.. TmttbUJm?: ."' *l 1-- .18 2 50! Dress:; : Sh......._ I 1.65! l.BJinteal _______.__.1. ___________?------.:..C5o .
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,N'.'2 T...-.v Lamp '150" 46 u_______ liS $1OOfercoM$6.90.. 4"25 Ladlea' Sh.".'... ---------------- -:---..--.-:-- ,ft ..I!: r,!'ISo Blanket______.__..,_.__.____.___________65c t
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Decorated.'Lamps $1" --------- 65 r Dress Goods. .* 2.VV ft Ladies' Shoes____t_____________._______._,.._ 1.71!: lOo yard- wide-. HomestmQ. .- r"fl,,.;:iFurniture-_________.____ ;__..70BQtter .
Diahw. 25o! --------- .15 1.60 Old Ladies ,omfortr---.________________ 1.20'Miscellaneous : 1.- ,
OoTered'GlmttPitchen______1_________________ 23 $1.25 All. .Wool Dress Goods.__...__________.90o45c l ,; .

750 Serges and Worsteds________________________ .. Cane.Bottom* Chairs__l i..-:.______._____.____,__58c. .
.. Crockery SOc Panama_____.-------. _________.89c39c Wood Wash Boards: ______ .18c $1.50 Dining Ghair a..'.. _. .:9bc
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.SOcOrmure Stripe_____________ ________,-.--____ Large Clothes. B.'e.- .. .. i ._______'SoIUJCfIUft A"- Seat. Rockem : $..10
Dinner: ,Plates, regular GOo r&lne, now per set..f. .45 Tnsuah Silk____--____,.1____________43c21c $3.50 Willow Clothes Baskets- --- ----1-- $1.r/\ $3.00 Parlor"Eockers----- -----.u----------- 1.65 ; # '
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30c Sonsette30o ft ftI\
25o Hand Lamps 15o10qt ; S 00 Porch Eocken_____._ _______.__.____., ,
Large MilkBowii 25o _________ 15 __.23o43o ------------------------------ ---- AAV 7
Poptina.-------------------------------- Zino Buckets 20o Trunks "Ir
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# Bowl and Pitchers $1-50 -- ----- 98f Saiwne Silk._______ __ ___. Shirts _. ..
$1 25 Dress 85o75o 1'
1.00 Corersd" Slop J at._____ ___b_____________ .65 Milanese Silk _____ ______43o23c -------- -- --.-- ------------- Folding Springs- ---------oi--. ----'----------- .vu Clir
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80o Eenfreu Silk Novelties
nhn Snit.Ialles from 90e to $1.95Fleece 500 Iron Beds '," .. 2.95
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;your own price.iSuits 60c Lace Curtains.. ____________________._____45o You need some furniture- ;, and certauJy this la your I -- .

$3 00 Hatsn______________unn___ ___.$2.00 $1.50 Riding Bridles_____._____________________98o90o 'op !.o 'tcDiiy. I t

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Santa,.Glaus. .:and,his,flying machine are on Four Roses...;; .....u. .. .. .$7.00 $18.50 CHASBlUHiC"JJOJC t ,1 ,"', .ft'I rIL
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the way: to Shivers at Ward City ,with Cuts Bi.UMNCO. Three Feathers .V. i. 7.00 IS.to X :. 't ,.IG i-
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,one of. the largest Christmas. lines he :ever : q CORN. WHISKEY' .0 oJ.. B J;.' '',. .
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has--- ...'.had., -.- .' He. ._.- will. -. arrive.. at our store on Bulk Wliikle ,- ; 4 FULL QUITS 12 FIlL .: ..1. :.

., the 10th, of December and all must come Tennessee Old Reserve. $4.00 $vwrl'l. : '.' ; .

to see,him., :He has something, for the ; PREPAID EXPRESS Black and.Blue. .. .. .... 8.00 9.00 ;sr.' .. \. -'
Jlaiv.s Com.-. 8.50 10.50 fv- -
children_ and the pld'folks, too. We are $2.50, $3,00, $3.50, $4.00, $4.5q ;Laurel-Valley .*.. ..,..>._ 8.50 10.50 .. > .. }

closing out_ part. of 'our stock. to make $5.00, $5.50, $6.00 per: Gallon. :Checker, ,. Board.. t'- ,...... ... .. ... 8.25 9,00 < -..Jf 'i; "** '

room;for Santa;Glaus. We'can give: you '; ': : : > f -BOTTLED IN BOND
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some'bargains in !Ladles and Children's' '. ,i' ;.;I'BULK- "'" : CORN 1 e.WHISKEYexpuEes .. ". EXPRESS PAID "- :-- ;.:

Trimmed Hats. ,A few Ladies' Coats left. 100 Proof PAID.' t i.. :4FBUC81ITS 12 1611 cull ': .. ,}-
;' darkens Pure Bye; .. ..;$5.00 $12.00 "c'J'
have
your _
We everything
heed for : :
you $2.50, $8.00, $3. 0 per Gallon, ion. .Sunny'BrookV. .. ;... .:.: 5.00 18,00 J' 4V

Christmas cal es We are closing. ou at .'' cording to: itge. -EaryTilnea".I. .. .......,. .. .. ... p5.00 12.00 .PabttBtaff Ribbon I Hw > ..., ;- : a.

bottom 'prices', We, have more goods G suer. .. .. .. '! 7" .. '5.00 12XX ;P.Prbbl.Od'fa.pjAu....,.'....'ll1oOO; ; ,, ,. V. 'f'
than Therefore On nllror4ersfor$154. or .Me ..... .. .... .. :.;. .. .- ..-.. 5.00 12.00B1n Per duz.packed In boz s...a..lv.O i ; -.... .. lr
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room. we have to sell 0.\ 1-*.i Monogram.. ..*i'... .. 4.00, 12.00 :run J,CJndiuuti ;' ':
them. before Santa Claus arrives. You over goods\villbe shipped, U *Moacriet Spring..'.. ..5.*../.;. ......4.00, 11.00 1'9:. hhl,$3 50. p. r dnx.JJlC"tWO '-.' ,
Santa in handsome.-gte3 ja*. Clark'a Sour Mash.. ..A.:..'.. .-'..' .4,00. 10.50. Pticc$P.'U..T 3ti-lv'uitit?""J'?-. "" !
bring the children r,kWh
must to see_ Clans .. .. ,
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Wilber I
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Bit.otto ai--? place,.at the bometjf Mrsr Emery D.'.Preratt -..: 'tA"' -

: : Green Cove Springs,'on the '14th FOB 8ALE-Light cultivator. Enquire jDDtraetar 1I. i .
<0( .' I : ;this 12-2-tf
inst. at 480p.m.' at office.
: IIOIIOAYJRADE3 Cor. Cherry anE

A fall line cf ladies hats jwt:received.t3and$5hatotoga FOB! 'Tf* i .room.cottage,,,;r.E. Starke

ii .ba1f Pdc. .KewYork )fJ '. _;:-: ,.'f:; y:'Jatch, Stake. .. ;10 21.tf l''i.
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r: ILItILIl r.tIefi\ 1I Ii......... W II I Bargain" House, near railroad ti k i\ ;"* -t'" Coc fete .f"
J FoR EENT--2 ,looms, one with fire _
; ...;!: Starke. # vMWM .4, : Jfeginning Saturday; Dec, '>'' ,_ _
y ) '
r-f M fe B iW '-1- -place.: Enquire at this office: 11.4 if
Dr. J. O.Wills baa moved into his new 10th, I will conduct a special rriendQj +

.T V",. > quarters nut door to J. M. Alvarez's FOR BALE-Second-hand dro p-h e a d .
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!': :- .' ;. '.......' .. sale. for. the holiday trade., machine. Inquire -
:. .. --.. 'r. "" ::tY :"- ., .... oIyR1.-' Y stores Since-hi* return tovStazkn.Dr. --- .. .. :-- .Singer sewing ,price 115. -
lfantlfacresEoi'
t.J ..uan5OALit During this sale unusual at this office. {
has had and the
Wills .a large practice very
.. l ."I'lm FIFE for roil
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:.. ,::: ., ?l'tra' "'I" < .,. change of quarters.was,necessary to tbebetter values will be offered. FoR 8ALE l Obunelsfrenuine 90-day -'U"-9t'1IIU curbs,'etc;

"- : ', >,.7 ". : was accommodation of his patrons. '. Bart seed oars, D. W. Pint olster, ) "' "
: _' _e,cJTheressa, in down:I ... : ; c ClEtE'mm.t:

,."'.". .'.:' X=._':-to-. I Special sale' on men's hats. $.60 hats Dry, Goods Specials' BrookerrFla.: 123-2t fireproof;', mmCaareapcadeace Pr t'

."''L.:;,.. \ ); at. .Leviton1. 'a. fat ;1.85. Boys bats 490. to 690. New Qenuine 6c Calico at.----.--.____-4J,c WANTED or 3 rooms suitable ,for l Id l : > '

... -- ,f' York Bargain House,near railroad track 106 Bleaching at__--._'_-__--___--__7*'c light house-keeping. Enquire at tW or Solicdte i 1
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1_"::,,k' .2s imiablngs at Leviton's.i'Ovid Starke. 7o Yellow Homespun________________doAlllOc ,office il-4-tf. -

w Hayne*, of Ba.mpton.W&I' a visitar'tb'BtarkeEonday" Suprema Cream is an ideal skin tone Gingham-__-_. -,' ._;- --i9o _

-: : and faoecreanL., it.,nourishes, soften All ToGinghams.__u_.___--._i---_-_.5c"ridtUng FOB ALE-.S&cman4 fireplace,wood --- s.s ,
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-. ... 1 on.mon notice, $1 a load prop acard : -- Tr'
and presjerves the skin Try it. Starfte
\O6\I; Its and coats Morgan's. Specials. to L. Pap starke. 12-2.2t
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!!:: ;! Drug Co. '

k1 '.'ice are no dull days at Le ton'&o. SmV. __ .____ __ FOB'aALR-1"6-horsepower gasoline
All>$20 nutl1.50All
9--< i DIi Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Carpenter, who -- -- .
r OL'IE 8parkmanof Plant City, was have been guests; of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. 15 Suits.________________u__ 12.50 gine.engine$T0.; 1 J-borIepower G. C. Livingston gasoline*- Coi: en- !

la"town"Wednesday.. ;. Hodges, left Tuesday for their home, All 10 Suits_----___________?' ___ 8.90 1028rfFOK an
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.'. ; : ; 'Sweaters'* ;,*. for ladies and children at3Soi'a Newton, N. C. They like Starke so All Wool $4 Pants.______________ :398

.',,.. .,;. ;fti; t .. well that they will probably return and All $:.5.Pante----------_... ____. 4.25 SALE 40 acres, 3 miles northwest -
: ;; 20 }
of Starke location. 18
\ good or
/. .' .}>t.', ",; locate here in the near future. Big line Boys' ,Suits___.__,..$1.25 to' 8.00 acres cleared ,ready for plow and FLOOR FINIS
'Batterlne J.
'' at
: only 80 cents a pound
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; .,. O/Oaiotar'a.. This is the chief Full line of shoes for men, women and Ladles' Coat Snits. plenty ments.of Address timber W.no E.other Davis improve, Starke Katnral sad Colored

-. children to go at 60 cts. on the dollar. Is made to stand la$

'. ;':;;, Ajlaughter: was born to Mr. and :Mrs. requisite for New'York Bargain House, near raUr'oadtrack $15 Suits _u___________.______u-$12.50 Fla. ?-4-tf constant walking

4, r1": ,' E.fo'Stewart November! 27th. 11 Suits __________n___. _____ __ 9.50 tramping of children ?
,., Starke. '
't'. NaUce.I will stand all tU.-aadiYon ; mere.

.: f',.'.:.' If;jmi are looking for: bang uns see I making Perfect All the new ideas in ladies neck wear Ladles' Skirts. "- I Notice b hereby given to all persons Interested
Shifter. In the estate of Mary L. Johns late of
,_ at Lane's. Dutch collars and Middy' i Bradford County Florida deceased, that I,
Bake Day Foods New line just received for l'l j < to $10 Johns, of Her chell
Zjla guardian Goodwin
porks at Mitchel's Drug Store cheaper j ties are the vogue for this season and I will apply,at 9 o'clock In the A.M. of J,

:: than yon can buy them from the jobber. you will find them at this store. Shoes. JANUARY THE 2ND, A. D. 1811.

to the Honorable Thos.J.Dekle: ,County Judgeof .
L. E Lee is'enclosing his property on Those who believe the air of Floridais AU $4.00 Men's Shoes_______.:-___.$3.60 Bradford County, Florida at his office In '.4' '

Tenth street with. neat picket fence. damp would be convinced'to tho contrary .___ __ _____ Starke.Florida, ,for nil order to sell at privateor $ 4i
fY.:.,;.c': "''"..'*" All 3.50 Men's Shoes -- 3.00 public sale all the right title and Interestof
1 t.: ,'5.:'Santa Clause "will"-arrive" "" at Shriver'son ROYAL by enjoying our climate now. If All 3.00 Ladies'Shoes_--_________ 2.251 L.Herschel Johns deceased Goodwin In,and minor to tbe heir following of said Mary mil + t
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k: ; ,,. ,. on the 10th. it doesn't dry the ink on tbe pen beforeit All 2.25 Ladies' Shoes______. -_ __ 1.651 estate situated in Bradford County. Florida 1
______ to-wit: j'1 1
V- reaches the paper, as it is said to do in ,

!'; c t i ".,: i--Jest tell them that you saw me at parts of Arizona, it is folly as dry as we These prices give some in The section west twenty-eight half(%)of southwest(28)and the Quarter east pf\half.

: .j.t. :.;;, Bhrlnr'.. .. Baking to have it. n,) o' southeast quarter (}{) and southwest
,. .... care '
-' : idea of me values I will offer I. quarter( )of southeast quarter <$ W la section -
P ': 'i.' ,W. Andrews &Son nave installed 29 all in township C and range 20-200:
Special-10 cases of Christmas toys during this sale. It would be i acres more or less.ZOIJL
stable
city water into their new livery JOHNS;
just received to be sold at the grandest
Guardian of Herschel Goodwin.
: ': : this week PowderAbsolutely prices ever known in the south. New too big an undertaking to go
fetsc :
V -A'/,.- -..-.-;-.. Prescriptions a specialty at Mitchell's I York Bargain House, near railroad track into full details and price every Application for Tax Deed. -.. '
: can ,1DOYe. ,11eaTY. fnmitsn itrysaira
Drag More._ Pure Starke. item in the store, but Notice is hereby given'that N. P'Cauthf11.pnreha8f'r without ioarriogit p
of Tax Certificate .No. 120.: dated
Watch for Mrs. Lane's Christmas an. Our sale is still on at the New York the 1st day of June AJX1908,has filed said
The Pow- those who have attended
only Baking House. of my certificate in my office and has made applies
Bargain Big shipment goods
.n .. nounoement. tiara for tax deed to issue in accordavce with .
.. der made from Royal just received that must all be sold at 50 sales in the past know that I lair. Said certificate embraces the following ':,
: The Mothers Club will meet next described property situated in Bradford eonaty ,, Vearproofc- 'lIeeJ reef \
: Grape Cream of( Tartar cents on the dollar. Near. railroad track what I when I advertise ; ,Florida,to-wit: i pot proof.., Tour ,moanr back Ir
::" Wednesday, Dec. 14th at S p. m. at the mean say "_'.. de '.11 _. ,_'_f_ ._
;.,''''- aclieiol'bouse. -Made from Grapes Starke. I, Wy of swl4,sec 18.tp 1 P, range:!2 e,80 acres 'p w.- .- '- -
.. ,:.'I w a general reduc- }
(-' ...,. "'l ** -_? r-Tir-i- price The said land being assessed at the date of the 'I FOR SALE BY
', :,'.ii GotoMott; Bros.'s store if you want No Lime PhoapfsatoHa We now have ready for sale, the finest issuance of such certifies' in the name of
,, : Atom and largest stock of framed pictures and' tion. Unknown. Unless said certificate shall
>f41 ;L\ ." goodbargains.; be redeemed according to law. tax deed will
"' picture frames that we have ever offered
:
. ) Issue thereon the
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. r- ,Auto lOW and neckwear in Persianeffects the public. Just the the thing for Christmas Sale will last until Saturday, I
: .. : 9TH DAY OF JANUARY, A. D.1911. uigle
.. We want
presents. you to see I
, :' at Morgan's.i them. Hoover Bros. Studio.Services I Dec. 31st. Witness my hand andaflleUl sal this. the
i II 5th day at Dtcembor,A1fi
.
', St Mark's I W. T. .
f >> bazaar to be given by WEEKS.
will be held in St. Marks I (SEAL) Cli Ct Ct Bmdf rdCo!.Fla.BrS.JUWESES.TXa .
v 'Ckild hi*bean pospoaed Until Tuesday STARKE FLA.iding .
Episcopal: church on Sunday Dec. Iftb ,
M. LEVITON
; ;; $ ,........ December. 30th. at 11 a. m. and at 7:80 p. m.l and on I .. #
Sunday Dec. 25th, Christmas Day the
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..;: k rh&qatnaiDa1ltindaof merchan }jt hop of the Diocese will conduct the
.. ...if ", t t'f t. services a of the Holy ,
_
:-'V :. .,,.. ... 1 Communion at the 11 o'clock service.j I, ,, ..E...-It -' ll!!,
,:.' t i'F., Nunnally's candies, fresh by express On Christmas eve at 7 o'clock the chil- : { -

'!E": ,: ,,:, ;".'.'.1.l'f't.' at Starke Drug Co._ 11-18 1 Special sale of framed See I
Ji' pictures. :
; :
I
.t '. a Christmas tree in the church. The I
I .;'t ,J; ..." ,(. R.J, Raulerson, who has been underter t rem sure. Hoover Bros. Studio. I parents and friends are invited to be. List of rot-era stricken from the registration I .
r : :s. treatment in Jacksonville, baa recovered .present. books by the Town Council December 5, IPIU: I :; :
-. ; Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Godwin and little ." .ft _' .
'
is able to workagain.
health and
,:::1- : '''L' biI. now ran: of Lawtey, were visitors u.: Starke Tucker Parly Tuesday Evening.The Agin. W, H W W ftlDO.edAaams .... I' '. ; :. !i......'.'.'.'.,:. : -
.e Adams,W D CeJ1iiiTT .7" ;, ..
'""=' Wednesday. .. T' ,
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; ".! New line of Hudncta perfumes and following young people enjoyedthemselves Bcssent.MC Blanton,M N .. "t" _
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' Ninety day rust proof seed oats at L. at a "tucker" party at the trews,8 M I .
: v.L"4ri- .toilet waters. at Mitchell's Drug Store. i'I .. > .
" ,, D. & CaW armory Tuesday evening: Misses Carrie !!Eckert Joseph .. 4 ,
Register
;,. : The popular uK101fltunder irtJ, I I I and Grace URlow, Freida Rane,Onie Oornto Elarbee,,DMGntherx.H H .. .
I 1 Edwards, Eva Presoott, Evelyn '1 1I I
Andrea
F. Edwards brought the Telegraphtwo Moses
at
to $5 Morgan's.Mia
ti. .- lancet- $3 stalks of cane that each 't i Mamie and Josephine Lamb; Messrs. I oiiL.wr. ? .::,:
' sugar came "
Outherjr.JwG j"
' Laura Norman returned home Harry Miner Cosmo Alvarez, Bryant Holin rthFD.dead
:, after a visit of several weeks near to measuring 10 feet in length. Hodges, Rurio Wells, Henry Boseman, Hannues A removed -. : .
.- Friday C B ,
Dukes Fred. Hedenck: '
; '\ Campbell Lester -
,- j7r, ,.: with bar dater: )trs. J.-D. Moore, of Ft. Yon still have time to have Christmas Stearns, Guy Alvarez. Music was Inm& C W .I..

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,.:. -i): Hoover Bfcs. Studio. party was chaperoned by Dr. and Mrs. JotiK J'actP.m.,. ., ''' -: ,
\i"'. "{":, Capes, stylish skirts, silk waists ink L. W. Denham and Mr.. and Mrs. J. Kel1J,F, R,J'r. : r
Knight M A- deadMurrheeremoved
: Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Fetch went to -
: besot and colors, Morgan's... Uglow. '
; :M
.: !i-- ;;F' Jacksonville Wednesday to attend the j McMorray,<>P .. : ,Grades .
) .. hanging, decorating McMurraT.arj ," ', 'r .-, _
f, >. Painting, paper : grand opera, "Madam Butterfly." Bound Over to Circuit Court McMolla.'li ..., ; :: ..TTerms
and sign painting. E.. C. Duke at Qaigfcy'i Roberta CRe7no1J$1Ame L .. : ,
J. C. Carter arraigned before -
was
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lM8-4t I Comfort and blankets, regular price ,. -
\ tJ; ,
County Judge Thoa. J. Deki Saturday
.
I '+-'" ; $2.50 to $3.60, going at 98 cts. at the 2ami .AD : Cash
t$ rf' \: .-. Tar cold weather brought the robbins New York House morning on a charge of assault with in- Stephel,JohnSimmons "
Bargain ,
? ; Btarke. tent to murder preferred by brother, : ,B L t
,,'M down from the north and they are now George Carter. Defendant pleaded not Scarborough,H M dead ::
,. .. themselves on berries in The Santa.ClaUS shoppers are already Speer, LA, removed
regaling gum and examination. ..
waived
He
\;' ;. guilty
,.. ., .. Trte.J K
'f. I: t. to to town and the
I< ; ; beginning come merchants
held
bond of for his "
on $500
the was a
s appearance Wlll9Jerre8
p: f ;,.?:-j rampaNew ..
Ie..' ''-t.' >' .',< 111'.'' r ate kept busy supplying their before the grand jury atJ&espring Walnrtght.JW: .. (
':'''7.;;; ;'' skirts, poplin in all.the newsbade wants. term of tbe circuit court. Carter Wynn.NDWalnrteht.TL: .. McNair&9i ,

t ': ginghams for school dresses at was represented by A. V. Long-Esq. Woodard.DD IIWI1 ..
; ." "Xorpna.. 9.16( -tf Come and see the great bargains in George Carter was shot through the oD.J B ..

F:' ladies skirts, coats, jackets and capes at body with a pistol ball by his brother on Wihon Whitmore.,L F Hamp' II
t: }1 _' .. f .:., JPreacxiptions called: for aid dtivered: October 29tb. five 'weeks prior to the .
.r
tbe New York House
: Bargain Starke.
f.4 .; -,>: .' Prorrpt Gorrice guaranteed. Mitche u'n triaL He had so far recovered that he The Council will meet Monday night Deeem- Phone 2l4 _
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.f"i- ';'" able to be at the ber 12,1910.to restore such names as hare beenwroneooilr J
: was hearing,
L '<- !.. ;, Drug Store.B. Mr.Arthur Dowling,Miss Ruby Dew! present ttrteken: from the registration : -
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but moved' around with and
-'... {. and Mrt. A. H. Freeman went difficulty hooka.
ing to
ft, .' '\. ..., '
.. of by the aid of a cane. C. A. FITTCH, Clerk.
.J Brooklyn passed
;F..Chaee,
; .
..",'f ',. Jacksonville Friday to see the presentation b ,. ,_ _....
>,: >. : ;, Starke Monday on ,bin way to of Ben Hur. -- ._j : ,-

j ;f:" .> Jacksonville,, io serve as .a juryman in -

i'--"i,,t.. tai. TMted. States oourt.,,"-.. Special price on overal's. $1 to 11. O
'g-"> ; ;'= 'ail'' Overalls at 49s.. and 95c. New York

-J. .;;tL See our line of new poplins, pongees. Bargain House near railroad track, -

i' \. ,,: fcttol.'ftQU Ik!, .BftTffBftai. ;' pPmu, Z&.O Starke.D. ( ;; :

{..('"l;<:' ." hairajeta.,'etc. Morgan. ; iloliday Opellillg Dec.s
-
iY;: .,l :::. B.:Frey" :: presented the TelegraphWithi W. Knholster has left at the Tele- .
'
r: : ( graph office some samples of what his
1 tD'of the largest sugar canes seen
: _
L fj,:{ farm at Ward City can produce, consisting .

l'f::: :.-".:r"h:,...,'$. this, season,ectlonk grown. on bit farm in the of some large sugar canes and yamsof We have been preparing for this for months arid, oh -Satur $. l 'f' swmg ';:'
Water '
:.... enormous size. back the curtain displaying of the ,
one largest selections of
.I : t- for Ho''idj :,
Wtli
linings
+ Get ready winter, fireplace. !, ;
'aJt-, IIie.lrlck, oak..mantles, spark fenders, A special price on trunks and suit cases was ever collected under,one roof in thIS town. You will 'fin T' # ,

'If. ., for the next week at the New York
".. ,.:eta,in-stock. jQuigley'i ll184t Bargain House, near railroad track, :

',J.,H. Dover.hw>ent6d.the Reynold1 Starke.J. ToyS Dolls Novelties Jewelr.yPocket ftaoksj :

t ".a'. oottige. corner Call and Orange:street*, .

... and he' and*his wife, who arrived Wed S. Will, of Jacksonville, visited l' .. -

',t, .. ,ail J rate c1q,are pleasantly located there. hit parent. Judge and Mrs. J. T. Will,. Fancy Articles, Postal Albums, Photo Albums, Toilet Sets.ltfbjcure'TRfork et"z ; '
Tuesday Mr. Wills is Seaboard '
a baggage '
; : ;. ,Ta A t c ilv yil at.U rp&a'", plain ar tln- matter the run between Jacksonville Boxes, Smoking and, Shaving Sets,,. Glove'and. I Handkerchie/jiQxes :

''.-. ,I, :': =....c o.w.ilts i "ud colored. lineos.3PSSJS& long and River Junction. itary Sets, Quadruple Silver Plated Goods- Cut" Glass Brush. n"'' -

t l: .' meme:'ad,. etc.. -. ,; ; Rac sr 0Sets

r = See the raen's and boy's nits to besold ; besides many'other articles too numerous to mention, \\fe\ especjtlfo ask (
:=;
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i- .' ..- eiEg.Tb1'S at IiO ct:. en the dollar: at the New oJ. that ,you'visit our Display Room on thesecond floor where, ,you will !n
'' .....,Db .' Tort Bargain Bout,nMuT* TT>ad track most complete l line of Dolls:and Toys Our line of Dolls this year is larger than pnceSiX.centto.57 'Y
1MI'atDt t>sIS to at ern see e.Med'dbeea Starke."Tatapktna'. ever,.ranging.n, \
tM stasose bra Ilea sets to fltJ'W Sa sat its each., AU prices marked inplain figures and :
f at a net price. There madej
....'and atria III cwar:: &h Csarrb ._ wi11. be no cuts
; ej (lorsar tea ceb t.11Z1eez know to Hired Ma" will be play. spezti J ONE pRICE TO
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