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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 20, 1906
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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HAMPTON HOTEL CHANGES OWNERSH1I, RIVERS WON BY SIXTY-FOUR "VOTES I GABE PRIEST MUST REMAIN,\ I IV J,UL. I ULTIMATUM- -- OF CITY



J. U. Saxoo' IS Now Sole Owner of The Exceedingly Close Race In Eighth I r".l Habeas Corpus: Proceeding fails I InSecure I Citizens Must Keep


Property. Judicial Circuit. t t.................................N1..N.N..NNNN.......-..........--........-- Ball' For Him. Sanitary
(eiixwlal, CurrvHimndi-nre.) The official canvass of tho returns judge Wills of the ,
Tln history of a community is but the I I nuil, removed to Btarko where he hade circuit: renirr, Fellow citizens! I am :
The moot important realty deal that from the 1It1l'ouclprimary was niadu by life. stories of those. ( uf its citi/.cns in th I previously clerked for the Ooskins beard argument Wednesday 1II111'lIl1tjl this, town clean and

has taken place iu this city for months the State Executive Committee in Jacksonville bnmiH-iw, iiidnhtri.il and l'rofl'RMlollalpII'lIl1it Drag Co., and where 'he left many on a writ of liaboan corpus sued out III duty! and in lJrfor ,

was the transfer Monday by A. A. lost Friday. The official) %ur"M \ 01' life' ukase indisKolnhl.v warm friends. I behalf of Gabe Priisst, of Levy COUIIIN lie favors' but treat all
names are '
Durden of alibis interest, in the handsome show that :Mr. Joseph M. Hirers, of intoiwoven with its upbuilding. Siiiw that time he has been one of charged with murder and committed. .' it i ; Kvory: citizen oWlliJJ

Hampton hotel property and the Giviuesvillo, won the nomination it. Such lif.' stories well told are always thin leading physicians of, with one of jail without bail. Tho petition, wens ft- in tie corporate limits
livery stable run iu connection therewith state attorney of the eighth judicial' fused and Priest was remanded)( to the. :-tll'kCl.; : is
tho hereby
in Bradford
iiitctviiring reading mutter, offer incn.1- largest practices county.
to his partner, since February circuit by a plurality ot only enliibljrnliiahlolcKKOiM, : !, to the growing Aside from his, largo private practice Le.vy all weds and grass
lost, Mr. J. II. Saxon The consideration :Mr. Thos. W. Fielding, of Starlo. the grand Jury at the full term of their
young mid nffurd csamplos!;; for emulation ho him for many years been United 11"1' pitMiiises, clean
stated but l is understood to The unofficial returns showed the resultto .
was not circuit court.;
building, and
to all.Under Itlltl1Ixalllinlll\ surgeon, surgeon of repair
have been several thousands of dollars. be even closer than this, but the the caption of "Nutshell Bioirrupliy" tlio Seaboard: Air Line, county phy. Priest is charged with the nuud.). of uridhlowplaces I to ) ;
Mr. Snxou::! will, in the near: future, repaint throwing) out of a precinct, in I'utnmii I. N. Chance town marblinl, of MOITJH Ktniiding. keep side
the hotel and make many needed" county lost Fielding 33 votes and ltm>tit for the) Telegraph propos publulling ton, on the night of Jnno I lith:! II,' \\u$ from all trash and / I
: tlmo sketches of the
improvements. In the management of only U. Had the vote of this precim Homo arrested and given hearing helore th till III ruts and low
earners i of fludltllllI11\
the hotel'''he will be ably assisted by Iris not been thrown out on account
charming and tireless wife, who will irregularities Mr. Rivera' plurality mil ttdvMticeniFiit.Truth city's growth him to Jail without bond The thrown into street.

exercise a vigilant superintendancy of would have boon 40.At and habeas corpus proceeding was institute' Tim town is in an I
brevity
the hotels culinary arrangements( and( the meeting of the state committeeFriday will characterizetin I' With tlie hope of securing the light t to tion, and in a groat i
lolitmn and that
personally care for the comfort and a committee composing Chat'lev h ry or fulsoiiieiieRs{ bail awaiting the sitting' of the full erty o owners, are to b

tidiness) of the rooms. The traveling/! Dougherty, of Volnsin, A. Williams. will be carefully Chclievutil; the aim boo term of the court. heat njion\ them to keep
\\i\if In uiiiUo ,
public will greatly miss "Arch" Durden of Duval, committee-men at large, ami it n valuable: contributionto At the hearing Tuesday' i'lientiis fees clean and not :

with his genial laugh and bon homme A. W. Cockrell, of Duval, was by 111('. loi'ul i oiitfiniioiuiieoiis history, represented by Mesurs.: Byd I. 'inter, ollltialri to do it for ,

manner from the portals of the Hampton that appointed to canvass the vote, und .1, n. ALVAKEV5.i E. A. Piunoll and Joint H. \Villw, they wait until they ; ,

as they' will regret the abscence of made tho following return: "Mari,.i '" oldest and loading merchant }a, State Attorney Oolhoun represented' tin It is the duty of \

his winsome wife, but in Mr. and Mrs. "Hon. D. U. Fletcher, chairman of the ,!lid not begin hf under the most fl\\'or.1 state and was iwnibted by J. A.Vil, keep] their places

Saxon they have worthy successors, State-'Democratic Executive Committee 'iMi, ,> aii-pii'i and achievements he llama of Cedar Keys. 'I'helt'jC/a/d! point After ten days from

who will keep tho hotel fully up to the : hii. won |h IHM, > self-wrought, under iu the case wero ably (,ollte te'1. tion any person's prt. I

high standard it has attained. "Your special committee appointed,j lilliculin s I hilt would have discouraged sanitary inmy { "' :

Tlioue! who assume to be on the insidere to canvass the returns of tho second I With hc! Churches.At before thu mayor and

matters political say there is much primary for the office of State Attorneyfor St. Marks church on Sunday July after, also, without :

significance in the hotel's Bale as it the Eighth Judicial! Circuit, have hit, divine service! will bo hold l 11 l a. in, so. It

loaves Mr. Ifurdeu footloose to promote completed said canvass and repot 1111 and 7:30: p. m. when, tho Right Hev In regard to the ,l

his candidacy for a county office for follows: Bishop Weed will hold his minimi vie 1'tllIoiblo for a lady to i

which he has been promiueutly men "That B. P. Calhon.i received l.l.'ii i Itation and administer the rite of (con \\itlioutsoilinglier

tioned. votes. ,fit I DH. j, a WILLS. flrmatlon. Tho BUhop willllJ'lILl'h nt loKSHho jumps from :

The writer of this correspondencewishes "Tllat T. \V. Fielding recobed I ISis!I IVOtOR. a a I'lcil1ll and agent of tiro State Board of both Borvices. On Monday n niisHiomiry other, Out of )( '
to tender an appology to a certain H altli. tllllHo who own cattle /
( meeting will take place at St.\ Marks
family of this city, and especiallyto "Tout J. M. Rivera received 1,883! :! WhllHt never nu aspirant\ for public church at 8 p. m. It is ho]>od that Hev upatuight'0udin| this > ;

the lady members thereof, who move votes. ottlco Dr. Wills has served! the city as J. Lindsay Patton, who has recently ..n keeping sub walks
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in the city's best social circles, for an "Iheroforo' your committee ream t. ; mayor and as i n, nioiiiber of tho city returned from the mission (fields, III to Inivu this towu chain '

article which appeared in lust mend the adoption of tho following council. Japan, will be 'ablt to bo present am you to do your pure i iu.

week's Telegraph relating to the resolution: 4 I Personally 1m in the personification( of Apeak., On Tuesday tho holy comniun I .
playing; of an Edison Phonograph in 'Resolved, That J. :M. Rivers be and well bred with *
urbanity courtesy, Ion will be celebrated 7 1\. in., nnd n
liosseBgiou of the family. It was writtenin and ho is hereby recommended] to the -I the true medico's confidence, inspiring special service will be held at 8:110:: ( J p. iu. Hturke Fin., Jane 35, ,
n facetious vein and with the exaggeration office of state of the eighth which sheds such sunshlno
iiuiancr and
attorney In connection with the Episcopal'!: clergy '
to which one is prone in treating I judicial circuit of the state of !,Florida a hope in the sick 1'OO1D In Eastern Florida in this city. Tho FAST GAME OF BALL
of matters intended to be humorous. ho been nominated in the _
having sermon will be preached by the Kev.
But the writer earnestly declaims any N. B. HULL.
tlemoroatio '
primary. W, F, Oarell. Starke and Oak Halls
intention of disrespect to any memberof The resolution was adopted by R The postofflro at Starke is the best
tho family referred to and wishes by unanimous voto, and the nomination of conducted in Bradford, comity and we 1'ItKl BYTJRJ.\Y.: July 41 i'a i'i

this avowal to make all reparation at eighth J. M. Rivers judicial as circuit state attorney will bo certifiedto for the question if there is any in tljo broad domain Service Sunday morning 11 I I a. m. Gainesville Is to have

his command and to express his sincere by the chairman and secretary of the I ALVAREZ of Florida that excels i It in admin Subject, "Our National Heritago." iou of the glorious "

regret at having. in a dearth of new u, committee. One maiU ot lens, tens, staff, He was iterative capacity. Afternoon service 4:90:!)( p. m. (Please ho features of the :

used any phraze calculated to wound born Highi( nulos 1101 tli of this city March Postmaster Hall applies tho same note change In time,) /Subject: "Huhg ho 'a gitmo pf ball j

the feelings of justly esteemed membersof School Board In Session. :8tt) 1851, mid hl. liojlmod, schooling/ hunlnoHs principles to the postofllce) that ion and Patriotism." Publly'invited halls of that b'y! and

society. Indeed, whilst writing the The count board of public infraction period of life, was piiHHod in auto and he does to his private business. MKTHODIKT. 'flul? lino-up of the \\11.

squib in question, the author did not mot Monday to make up the estimate pro-bellntn days when uducutioiml opportunities The Starke poutoHlce gross receiptsfor Services will be hold at 11 a. m.., and gumo will be as follows:

know to whom tins instrument be of the expense of running tho were practically unattainable stamps, stamped envelopes, postal 7UO' : p. m., the pastor officiating Anderson, p.; Wills, ; ;
longed. schools during the coming school year. ) in the then liarrnswed fullIIYIoutb.! / cards, box rents, etc., for the year end Shinuian, :2b. ; ;

Another chapter in the Jones-Dyal The estimate will be filed with the Ko was raised, o'l it farm and tilled ing :March 81, HKXt\ were) noisily 3,000.: \ )( IIOMB BIIHHION WK-'IETY. ss.; Austin If.; Jones, ;

controversy over the ownership of a board of county commissioners at their the toil nutil twenty-two years old. At This will give; you some idea of the mall The Home :Mission Society of the rt.

blind horse etcetera was written Tuesday meeting next Tuesday and form the that alga lit' began what him proven to handled though thisofllce, and yet thereare Methodist. church will moet next Thursday A largo cash price

when Atty. A. Z. Adkins on behalf of basis of the assessment to be (made for be till most Knccesuful' mercautllo career seldom more than a half dozen: let afternoon July tithe, at the homo of Lenin and a red hot

E. H. Jones moved that the bond of school purposes. iu Bradford county He first clerkedfor ters on the "advertised list." Prompt Mrs. W. H. Rivers, at 4 o'clock. or. TIlt local team is

Thos. Dyal the re-replivinist be invalidated Messrs. E. L. Crosby, O. L. :Hi/ill four years, u lit'n he established, in forwarding and careful inquiry 'save TICK LADIES TEMPEltANCK AfXIUAItY. good practice and will a

by reason of being incorrectly and Superinteudant Scott were present 1877, the house( of ,1. O Alvarez:\ many a letter from the dead letter ofllco. The Ladles Temperance Auxiliary halls a run for tho

drawn. Judge Wills so ordered and at the meeting Chairman Kickliter in name that has for thirty y'u.w post In Iu many of even the com para. will 'meet Monday afternoon, .ut tho Malinger Duncan of) ( r

gave Dyal's attorney throe days in confined to his bed with fever. the city, county, state and metropolitan Methodist ohnreli, at 8:30: o'clock. uduavoring to make
which to file a corrected bond. The regular monthly meeting of the marts of trade' been a synonym of sueCOSH special train to be run

W. F. Saxon has recently purchasedof school board will be bald next Tuesday. and commercial! integrity Ills Lake City'; Whilst attending the latter /schndnle'to oooomodato

E. H. Jones the several lots on The commissioners will meet Mondayand \present! rommodiouii general uierclinn- institution he worked InI drug store to. go over to '

Navarre avenue, known as the park after tho routine business has been disirig, store ou tho south side of Call there, paying Ills college expenses|> > lIe Before the i irdur
I. H. Swillie::! has been awarded the disposed of the equalization of the tax !street< Is two stories iu 'height and 42x100: took thorough and complete course at

contract to lay half a mile of brick sidewalk rolls will be taken up. Assessor Wainwright felt in dimension and every available the Southern College of Pharmacy at James Clark antI J.

on Navarre avenue and will com completed his books Thursday foot of spnce on eltliur) floor utilized in t tr Atlanta, from which institution ho received men who were carrying

mence operations this week. night and will be ready to submit themto (hiding room for the extensive stock his diploma, graduating with OlIO another Tuesday/ )

Contractor Ross is painting the residence the board at their meeting next carried. His is really a department high honors. While at the Atlanta : wore' arraigned before )

of W. O. Seals. week store, iiscverjthiug in farm, householdor urdity' morning ou a

Rev. J. W. Hilton occupied the pulpit personal' utilities for either sex IR always oniluct. After

at Hastings Sunday.A. Bought Much Timber.C. kept' in stock Ilwlll.Jll/ at prices Mayor Long assessed a
A. McDonald and A. A. Durden that cannot be buttered 1 nt Jacksonville OOIItli against Carter
were Jacksonville visitors Saturday. I .,A. Anderson, of thin city, who has or IIMJW hero who claimed that lie
been prospecting for timber at und had
hrvntsnnd
Arthur I'axon wno recently sus Each succeeding season of Mr. Al-
around Lake Butler returned homo to- I
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tamed severe injuries to his ankle vnrez's lanu buHiiirss life has shown a utter lie had teen
day. From him we learn that while he
whilst trying to catch a train, has goneto gmtlfjiiig iiirreuiw, over the proceeding; I times by Carter. He 1
was away he bought upwards of 10,000() ) ) not loaded
wan
Carabelle.Mrs. ono in I the volameof biislness transacted gun
fine:
of
acres timber lauds Lake
N. L. McOrae, of Ashbnrn, Ga., near aiul the present Is l his most successful wanted to carry a
Butler and will at erect and
is the guest; of Mrs. J. W. Hilton. once a largo yeariu three, decades of active busliicM own and rather than
modem saw mill to utilize it. Mr.
J. M. Maxwell was in Palatka Mon life lie hus ever eschewed politics to haitces of loading In
Anderson was fortunate securing this
iloiuulf in of
case
devote his time and attention to his :
day.Thos. much sought tract of timber which is
Dyal, of Rex, was a Hampton business L and save for serving some N. u. HULL. In
valuable Robert Corley
very property, the consideration
visitor Tuesday.A. dorm y'arlllls city councilman, which lively small offices yon will find a very
A. McDonald went to Sanderson While amounting to quite a sung sum. he convolved! us n. duty devolving upon long "advertised list.". Mr. Hull's aim Robert( Corley, a '
Mr. Anderson will himself give
moved to
on Tuesday. his liim, linn uuver horn an aspirant, for ha been not MO much to "please" every. recently ;
new interests his personal attention,
Recent Hampton hotel arrivals from otncc. one as to give good service to all. O'Brien. Bawanuee
nearby towns were: J. H. Yelverton, we'reglal to know that his family The honorable and accenful career In oonuuctiou with the JIf1 toffl<'.8 Mr. Tuesday morning OIl a )
will remain in Live Oak. Live Oak '
Starke ; A. M. Dickson. Gainesville; of J. 0 Alvarez is well worthy the em. Hull conducts a store In which he handles trig Mm with dl po I:

F.! W. Sherman, Starko; Frank E. Democrat.Mr. elation nt ambitions youth. all tile latest magazines; also stationery J. M, ,MJTCIIBLL. ,I proxirty., The ", ;> \

Haile, Gainesville; Frank T. and Miss Odom's First Appointment. muslalln.trulDe t., notions of College lie was also assistant prescriptionclerk by u party at ;
Bessie Baker, Island Grove; Mrs. J. C. DIt. J. O. W1LUJ. all kinds, fine confectionery holiday Chemical brought to this city ;\
Rev. ;.. C. Odom Jr. of l>Providence in the Hood-ltoberts :
await !
to
Stewart, Plymouth; J. O. Markham. who In ancient mythology Mcalapins: was good in wanon, trait from "everywhere Company earning his tuition foes awl county jail ) '"
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Lake City; C. R. Jones Starke; Sam recently accepted a call to the god of the healing; art, mid lu tradition and beyond," also a line of small articles valuable experience heillT of Sawannoe:! : -
time acquiring
Leonard, Gainesville; R. W. 'Thompson Baptist church in this city, occupied( and liintoYy, as well aR fable, this has and notions usually very |liar to find at the same UI1ldOlI lore! today for l i
his new pulpit for the first time Sunday.He Tlicxt. W Fielding ;
Palatka W. A. Cosier, Gainesville the noblest of from the .
; ; ever boon recoguUed an anywhere away large commercial ,
In July 1004, lie accepted a yias's
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preached morning and evening to retained to defend (,; ::
O. E. Davis, Ocala. professions. The oldest, but one, of tho.YII'ulapian centers. "Trrr. Hall" is a common of Isaac H.Levy' .
large. congregations and his sermonswere engagement as manager In behalf of his
Arch Durden bought of Starke albeit when it O'Brien : :
Wednesday of
diwH'Ie/ a exproMiUn anyone hunting in this and ,
drug store city pur
W. H. Saxon the five acres Navarre greatly enjoyed. Mr. Odom Is is the sub found. timo for liht trial ha
on looked compariitivtly young man, an article not easily chased the business. May t, 1U01\ ) since
upon as one of the ,ablest young :
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knows as the park lot. Thisproperty nketcli. ;
avenue of this .
ject has increased the
men in the in Florida. which time he largely! BoniiDj Works
Baptist ministry J. M. MITCHELL.The .
has changed hands three Gainesville
time and Ids Dr Wills first MW the light at volume of business dune. Ha is a I graduate \ '
discourses ably has
in three mouths :Mr.: Durden paying herd Sunday GJ, July ao, 1W10. and wan educated gentleman named above has beenwholly registered druggist and nil a C. Crutchfield
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double the price of the"flrst' purchaser sustained this reputation. Not only his Iu the common and high schools', the architect of his own fort one. I of tile of the Starke Bottling ,
congregation, but other friends here, are large portion prescriptions: Woodard and the &
within that period.Oscar of that city and at the North Georgia From early boyhood he has"woven the ,
Eddy has bought a saw mill greatly pleased that he accepted the Agricultural/ College at Da1 Ju'ga.o'or woof of honest industry, worked his Starke. M.pliyciciauikJ. Mitcliull is enterprising in business by M.: B. and D. D. :
call and will of I moved
later ,
become citizen line been
a plant ,
PaUtka. i
below Starke. a dozen yearn after leaving the last way through two colleges and at an age and urbane and courteous in man ;
W. K. and B. Y. Saxon purchased the named Institution ho was iu the drag I when, tll4) average man lias scarcelysown I.,ner and a valuable acquisition to the rear of the Andrea, '

Main street livery stable of J. H. strongholds in Bradford having at the business t when tile Migrations of his his wild oats, U an honored and Btarke's commercial awl social circle hop' and Crntohfleld iu output it"U )

..- Saxon Wednesday.Mrs. recent primary voted M follows: Calhoun youth toward the medical profession renpectod' :lbaiiineM man, .of,Btarka and Mr. .
J. O. Wilson, who recently 41; Fielding 28; Rivers 12. again took definite shape and he entered the loading graduate druggist of Bradford Everything for the home at right not abandon the field, : I
home In
underwent a serious surgical operation, E. O. Wynn, a prominent peach grower and took a full course in tlioWdicol CouDt,. prices delivered at your per new equipment oft
fect condition no waiting no rinks of the manufacture of
elm Mitchell born at Archer Aloclioa
convalescing. of Brooklyn, was here Wednesday.W. department of the celebrated Uuivtrityof Mr. was ,
ta State Attorney B. P. 'Calhonn was O. Seal. and W. B. Roper, of this Louisville, frradoatiug therefrom in county, February 20,1878, raised damag. We solicit your patronage in "A $hort Talk on '-'

in Hampton Tuesday and Wednesday. city and John Griner, of Brooklyn, are 1803. After leavlojf college J.e practiced on a farm and educated in the common our line. Satisfaction guaranteed Jr.in S. Dawson, Starts card,for : i
J. Telvertou
transaction. U. Write postal
Hampton U one of Mr CaUtooa'a fchinff at Lake Jdluuon. his profession; for a year In Kentucky school and at the F1orWsUaiversltyat [very :; Ce !yrly.

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A* TBRM fOR SULLIVAN WOULD SLAY HER CHILDREN. MEXICAN PRIEST LED MOB.
WILL BATTLE AGAINST BREAKS OUT --
Indiana Looted Shops In Village Until
Alleged Rather than Allow Them t* Be -
Up far Bigamy' Though Taken II

j Atlanta First Wlf Jan Denied 22-John Recefnltlon.F. Sullivan LIQUOR NEXT YEAR Maoon. Ga.Away;. June from 23.Her.-While Mr. IN LUMBER CAMPS Mexico City the, Rurale June 25.-At Came. Hulmll- t
state of Queretaro. a parish priest
Rattle Mllltrons declared pan
Wed- with
was found guilty of bigamy an oath r.
,afternoon, was given a se'n- that she would slay her two little named Garcia is charged with having
of-two'year: Thursday morning Georgia Anti Saloon League children rather than separate herself Nicholas County West Virginia called the Indians in his town together
;Judge Roan. returning the ver from them and while the small boys by ringing the church bells and
of guilty, the Jury recommended Will Go Before Voters. themselves fought Deputy Sheriff C. Scene of Trouble. when a large crowd hd assembled
the d*: adant be charged as for Plunkett Ordinary Wiley ordered they marched to a shop kept by the
them sent to the Hepzlbah home In Rodriques family of well known lib
misdemeanor. 18 CAUSE
NOW EFFECTED THE
ORGANIZATION LABORERS
Sullivan ,wa charged with having North Vlnevlll Friday morning after FOREIGN eral opinion. The shop was looted

,the second time after hay numbers of good citizens had testified -- and the mob then marched to the
deserted his first wife. His al Movement Though Young In Geer- that the homo of their mother Was no Armed American, Who Were Displaced house of the priest of We village.
wife who known as longer fitted for their surroundings. Governor Corsio,. of Queretaro sent
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first now
They
Pushed With Energy Declare
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gla, Being by Foreigners
200 ruralea to the scene of the riot.
The conditions
,Russell, wrote to Sullivan\ say I in the Mllltrons:
that ,,*D* wa sick and that she I and Faith In Final Success, Say tome were reported and Ordinary WI- Will Not Permit Allen to Returnto When the people of the town learned

keep quiet it he would send her District Superintendent Richard ley immediately ordered the children Work. of the approach of tQo troops they
money with which! to pay her brought before him.' The deputy first assembled in the church and the
: bill. Sullivan was away from At1 nta. June 23.-A fight for state went and returned with a e-months Cincinnati. June 23.-A Clarksburg, troops upon arrival entered and arrested -
.'At the time and his wife opened prohibition In Georgia la to be precipitated old Infant. The enraged mother fob W. Va., dispatch says that war has the congregation.The .
letter. Subsequently Sullivan\ walharied next year by the state Anti-Sa lowed cioaa at his heels and when. broken out In the lumber camps at priest who offered resistancewas
with bigamy. III. first wife Ion League declares District Super. she came Into court the child was returned : Tloga Nicholas county, on the Cranberry taken from the altar. Judge Luis

,\ In court and denied ever bay Intendent G, II. Richards in a state to her. Her pleadings for I river. between American and Isla heard the case and discharged
seen Sullivan before and stated ment given to the nubile Saturday the other children, John 4 years old foreign( laborers. The trouble originated the priest and It is said acted in an

ha wa*. the wrong man. She bad morning; lIe says: and James, 2% years old, were pathetic I over the displacement of Americana Illegal manner not taking the deposition
however sworn to an affidavit! "There bare been a number of Inquiries but when the story of a wan- by foreigners In good positions. of clergymen as required by law.
her husband was the brother of coming In lately as to what ton family life was told and the needs When the Americans were ousted The federal authorities have begun
: Tancey, and In the court it the Anti-Saloon League Is, and whatit of'the two children were considered, they resorted to their fire arms, and an Investigation and It Is probable
admitted that this John F. Sulli\ Is doing. While we have given out they were wrested from the mother and the result was that a pitched battle the priest will be prosecuted
was the brother of the same Mrs statements through the press several sent away. was fought between the two factions and the judge may be Indicted for unlawful -
times upon this question we will continue The Hepzlbah home now has charge which resulted In the death of one of acqqultal and sedition
to do go! cheerfully that It maybe of the children the mother's efforts the foreigners and the fatal woundingof

,FACES LARCENY CHARGE. Instrumental in educating the classes having been turned to counsel. Her another. Several were slightly 8. A. L. 'GOING. INTO ANNI8TON.
: upon the mission of the league in advice there was to let them alone hurt.
1 Hotel Man I II Placed Under Georgia. but she may :yet appeal to Judge Fel- The news eperad through the mountain Franchise Will be In Name of Atlanta

ArrestMaoon.Ga..Tuns "The league alms at the present repression ton to bring them back. regions like wildfire. and Birmingham.
Storekeeper J. and ultimate suppression ol The two boys are apparently bright Camden learned it first and having Annlaton. Ala., June 25.-Publication -
Buth.illa. who has for over a year the liquor traffic and to this end invitee youngster, and left court in charge of had similar experience with the foreign U made here of an ordinance
.n la charge Qt the provision depart all who are In sympathy with Rev. Mr. Callaway. _- element, JOO men armed with granting a franchise to the Atlanta
of the Hotel Lanier was taken the movement to unite with us, regardless their rifle had started across the Birmingham Air Line railway to con
custody by Deputies Tom Jones of denominational or political HAVOC BY HAIL OVER THE STATE mountains. to aid the Americans struct tracks of Its railroad In, alocg
Charles .Plunkett Thursday night affiliation. It Is the church Inaction The foreigners had pickets watch- and across certain streets and alleysof
la now ,confined In Bibb county against the saloon.' clearinghouse Fourteen Irene Deep In Clark and Ing and sighting the advancing men, this city. This ordinance will come
charged with larceny after trust If you please through which Ooone Countle gave the alarm and nearly all of the up for final passage on) the 28th of
The charge wa lodged by Propriet- churches, societies and Individual do Athens da.. June 23.The hailstorm foreign element of Tloga fled to Rich- June. The matter has been kept very
J. A. Nawcomb after missing goods business for humanity. in Clarke ana Oconee countieswas wood. 40 miles away, for safety. quiet on account of some trouble In

some time. Sutherlln Is accused "The league pledges Itself to avoid heavier than was at first report The Camden men arrived later In securing options on land through and
) taking groceries and disposing of affiliation with any political party and ed. la Oconee county the hall tell the day and offered their services over which the company desires to
at his own will regardless of the to maintain an attitude of neutralityupon to the depth of 14 inches on a level but as the foreigners were gone, no run the line. It practically means

nc.a.1'h. question\ of public policy not and even the pine needles, on the disturbances occurred. that the Seaboard Air Line will come
Investigation according to the directly concerned with the traffic ; trees were stripped and plied on the The'Am.rlcans threaten to annihilate into Annlston at a day not far distant. -
of the officer, revealed thai In strong drink. It Is interdenominational ground several Inches deep. In the any band of foreigners they may .
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had been lending out goods in that It is made up of bodies upper edge of Clark county tbe loss I see. The mill owners have determined A branch line will be run either to
: : a negro man to the house of an of known faith and order who was heavy. In Clarke the storm was I to assist aliens, but as they are Jacksonville or Ohatchle from th
every .
: negro, there to ba disposed of. are willing to take a hand in a con about a mile wide and 7 miles long. all leaving the help will avail them main line between Atlanta and Birmingham.
The officer! claim to have actually certed action against the evils of the In Oconce it was 2 miles wide and I nothing The line comes Into Anniston
into the game themselves and rum curse. The platform of the Anti- 10 miles long, : The corn and cotton The Americans declare they will not over the old right of way of a
was then that they secured the evi- Saloon League la broad enough and crops In the path of the storm were totally permit the foreigners to return to line known as the Blue Mountain
upon which they arrested Suth strong enough to accommodate every destroyed. ,* work. The mill owners aver they Mine railway whlcn has already been
He ha family and to will discharge every man who Inter
a came patriotic citizen of the nation. graded. The terminals will be at
several year ago from Athens. Hall at Monticello. feres and fill his place with a foreigner Eleventh: and Moore streets, within
,arrest was a surprise to his "Now. as to what the league Is do- Montlcollo, Ga.. June 23.-r.lontlcel- More trouble Is expected. one block of the court house.
., and the case will prove an In- Ing-time and space forbid telling you lo and vicinity was visited by a ter.
.. one.Results. what has been done within a decade, rifle hailstorm Friday night about 8 drain Elevators Destroyed. State Assembly Next Wednesday.
in forty other states where it is organized
June 23.-The
Chicago, Mabbatt elevators -
o'clock, doing: considerable damage. Atlanta June 25.-On Wednesday
in some instances so well organized A and D located
of Work Reported. Fences were blown down and an several at Archer morning at 10 o'clock the general as-
Washington, June 22.-Lieutenant as to dictate to the offlceseek- plantation crops and fruit were avenue and Wood street were destroyed sembly of Georgia will convene in
er how he shall get In, and then as to fire
i
t'P by Saturday. Doth of
W. has
George Logan re entirely destroyed. annual session, and will remain in session .
how he shall conduct himself as to the buildings were four-story structures
to the the
navy: department re- for a period of 50 days This will
of many months' work by a na matters pertaining to the liquor traffic Victim of the "Black Hand." and contained 100,000 bushels of complete the term of service of the
party which has been making a after h? got in. Bristol Tenn., June 23.-DomlnlckFrachl. grain. So great was the heat that present members of the house of rep-
. ., of the great bay: at Bocae del "Since the organization was completed .' an Italian toy manufacturer three adjacent buildings were destroyed resentatives and senate. The unfinIshed
Nicaragua. The survey has In January of this year when I was shot and killed at his home here and 25 families were driven from business of the last session is
I yet been completed and will re Dr. J. C. Solomon waa commissioned and his roommate DomInick Don- their homes. Several explosions which very large, almost enough of itselfto
l : several months' work next sea state superintendent the work has alle, is In Jail aa a suspect.. Don- shook th surrounding buildings followed occupy the time of the general assembly
but sufficient work has been ac moved StVadlly and cautiously but alle claims that Frachl was drunk and soon after the fire was discovered. were no new mater Introduced
to make it evident that surely until now. within six months committed suicide by pulling a string Spontaneous combustion in the dust during the coming session. A total
.. Almlrant/ Bay, lying: 140 miles organizations exist in twenty counties. attached to the trigger of a double-\ room is supposed to have been the of 360 bills and resolutions remain
of the entrance of the propsed More than seventy churches have allowed barreled shotgun. The officers found cause of the flre. The Iou to the elevators as the unfinished business of the last
. ; canal wilt find Dr. Solomon and his coworkersthe and their contents Is estimated
commerce one on investigation that the string attached session, 140 of which ere bills and
the finest sheets of water In Cen opportunity to preach the gospelof to the trigger of the barrel at $250,000. resolutions for a third redding, while

America The survey party lived temperance reform as advocatedby that had not been discharged. ThereIs four bills are for a second reading.
a houseboat and enjoyed the best the Anti-Saloon League, and without an Intimation that Fractal may MeClellan Sail for Europe.
.' health. an exception have pledged their have been the victim of the Italian Now York June\ 23.-Mayor McClel- Sent Nine Ball. Into His Victim.
, cooperation and support. Some of the lan sailed Saturday! on the steamer
"Black Hand. Donalle. suspect Everett, Ga., June 25.-J. M. Stew
., May Cancel Licence them very heartily endorsing the has a brother living In Cincinnati. New York for a ten weeks' vacation in art, section foreman of the Seaboard
: SaD Francisco June 28.-Eleven of movement ; urope. "I expect on my return from
at Bladen, Ga., was shot and Instantly
t : lire Insurance companies whose "We have sent out .several thousand Open Bid for Proposed Battleship Europe" said Mr. MeClellan Just be- killed by Oscar Knight his apprentice.
fi to do business in California pages of Anti-Saloon League literature\ Washington June 23.-Bids were fore the steamer left "to see the Democracy Knight shot him twice In the back
open to Cancellation; because of and have written more than two thousand opened Saturday at the navy depart- of this state nominate a tick and when he fell fired seven shots
J!: refusal to either furnish the personal letters to ministers ot ment on the proposed 10,000 ton battleships et.and proclaim a platform worthy of into his body. The body was found
Insurance commissioner with a the gospel, legislators, county officials Michigan and South Carolina the best traditions of the party., It In front of Stewart's home. Jealousyof
: ; list of policies or sign the and other prominent citizens Informing authorized by an act of'congress approved Is 'already certain that the city of his wife and Stewart is the cause
granting an additional! ) sir them of our plans of work and March 3, 1905. The new battleships New York will send to the state con given by Knight who was committedto
't day*' to their policy-holder. for the gathering from them facts and figures are to be 450 feet long and vention a delegation which will support Brunswick jail charged with mur
r of proof of loss yesterday de out of which we are making the warp will have an extreme brea'dth at the all honest man'for governor and der by the coroner's Juvry. Knight
that their companies would re and woof of a great robe of civic water line of 80 feet 2% Inches. The give him honest Issues to fight for" admits he knew nothing of his own

in California and settle losses un righteousness soon to adorn this grand mean draft at trail is not to exceed knowledge and that his suspicionswere
.f-- they are driven out.' old state of ours. Letters are corning 24 feet 8 Inches. The coal bunker Want Law on Insurance Case. based on hearsay only:
Ino this office every day from capacity of the ships will be 2,200 tons ,Albany. N. Y.. June 23.-Deputy Attorney
YsrOld Hero
Eipht- .' numbers of legislators, promising us each. : General Graham appeared be-
New June 22. fore Justice Fltts in the supreme Terminal Station I la Favored.
York -Hoboken, N. to stand by the bill we Introduced at
. court Saturday and asked the courtto Macon Ga., June 25.-A new terminal
ha. hero
an 8-year-old in the per last session of the general assembly Will Produce Dramas.
, of Peter Oopenl who lives with looking to the further restricting the New York June 23.-A new concern determine whether the Philippine station for Macon on the site of the) ,
I ; parent on Adama street At sale of liquors In dry counties organized for the production of the Islands were a part of the United Atlantic compress which was burned
within the of the insurance a month ago is now generally: favored
risk of losing his own life ha "'It Is American and foreign dramas and musical States meaning
Into a swamp off Seventh street readiness very satisfying to note the plays has been formed with a law of the state of New York and committees from the city council
" l succeeded In bringing to land 2- part of and of even the anxiety upon the capital of U50.000.The men Interested which makes it compulsory for foreign and the chamber of commerceare
MarjorIe Halnes. who was state to some with people over the are all members of the so-called Insurance companies to make a deposit I hard at work in their efforts to
co-opertta us In this one secure this gift to the general publlo
) sinking to a depth over her movement alone theatrical syndicate or are affiliated with the state superintendent of
The ]iad marched bis charge the dry counties, the attempt to rid and have been working together for' Insurance of this state for the protection by the railroads. Many railroad
of the of
curse the of their policy holders in the people favor the building of the new
the police station and a blueeoat jug train. With the small ST>me time. ,They now form a corporation -
means at
bad her *af. In her mother's hand the Anti-Saloon League has done which will extend their business United States. favorable.station and all conditions are most
.. -
a wonderful work of Interests.
organising 'so
Didn't Know It Was Loaded
far, and It Is hoped that we shall have Denounce Treaty
Paderewskl Will Taur Amerloa. that aid and cooperation of Will Atlanta! June 23.Another victim Rains/ Frogs In Alton.
: York. June 22.-It has been an of Georgia that will mark the people Paris, June 23.-The council of minIsters was early Saturday morning added to Alton. Ills. June 25.-A heavy rainstorm
the
that Paderawskt will return next has decided to denounce the the already endless list of those whohave
six.: months of our work with a much accompanied by a gale swept
America next fall for another con. greater degree ot succesa. We cpmmerclal treaty between France met their death as the result of over Alton Sunday and a deluge of
tour. The Polish pianist's last are and Spain owing to the Increased duty shots from pistols not thought to be little frogs precipitated.They .
going to organize: this old state green was
her awas Interrupted when his as under the new tariff. The maximum loaded. This time 'it was W.: H. Plun fell plentifully that thousandswere
rapidly as possible, knowing full well so
car was la a railroad wreck that as do other states, when shall French rates will be applied against kett., a young night watchman for tbe hopping, around the streets. Pedestrians
Buffalo and he received a chock command others will we Spain from July 1.Gar.tt Western. and Atlantic railroad whose and vehicles crushed them
obey As It
which ha- did life paid the penalty for the carelessness
not recover for -
now I.. the liquor gang commands and Renomlnated for Cong***. by hundreds. It la believed the frogrwere
month of his friend W. J.
Brown the
the rest of us obey Nashville June 23.-The Democrat- 18-year-old foreman of the Westernand scooped up from the marshy lowlands -
+ lo executive committee for the ninth by the heavy wind carried overthe
Cancel "Citizens of Georgia rally to: the Atlantic railway coal chutes.
: has city and dropped!.
.. Underwriter Policies. support 'of this movement help n* congressional'district of Tennessee :
: ,York, June 22.-Fir* underwrit with the work and as sure as truth named lion. Finis J. Garrett for congressman Tobacco Warehouse Burns.

have cancelled every: policy cover- Is sure, you will see a great changeof to succeed himself, no other Hartford Conn., June 23.-William Sunday Boat Ride Fatal.
the $20,000,000 worth of merchan conditions In the state In a comparatively candidate having-: announced against T. Hunting's tobacco warehouse and Washington June 25.-While Edward
Y: : in the American Dock and Trust short whil We have been him. several small buildings were burned at R. Saalbach and his wife were
)'. store at Tom pklnsvilla, on pressed by a number of our citizensto Will Hold Hearing at New Orleans. East Hartford Saturday. Mr. Hunting out canoeing In' the, Potomac river

; j Island. Three fires there with bring on a prohibition election right Washington June 23.-The Interstate places the loss at 200000. The above the aqueduct bridge, their boat
three week., from May 25 to> Jane way. I am authorized contalaed upset and both drowned. Saal-
; ; by the! state commerce commission has) an- warehouse) more than 2,500 were
: ) destroyed $1,000,000 worth ot cot board to say that nothing of the kind nounced its intention to conduct a bale of tobacco which were destroy bath was a clerk in the war depart.
hemp and jute.American will be done but all of the loss ment. Robert high school
: now, rather we ask hearing in New Orleans on Thursdaynext ed. Nearly will fall Purcell a
every true, patriotic citizen to come In connection with the rate on. on Emanuel Hoffman &: Sons of New cadet also was drowned.
; :! A{trees Wed*. to our help and assistance In our effort transportation of oil Tork;owners of the tobacco.

June 22.-Tha American to bring on a state election next Newport. Va., June 25.-Through the

' : .... Ray Bockmann. was married year Captain of Gendarme Killed. Hundreds-Greet Longworth overturning; of a canoe on Lake Meniphremagog -

16 ; to Frank Braham The wedding "Hope :you will rally to the supportof Kertsch. Russia.June 23-A captainof Kiel. Germany. June 23.-Several four person were drown.
i / was attended by a host of Judge Hammond. Dr. Solomon and Gendarme named Shermatteff was hundred people assembled at the railroad ed. The victim were Fred S. Pa-
\ prominent In the literary the rest of the state board In theV killed on the street her.'Saturday by station to cheer Congressman quln. his wife and sister and George
: Including Maurice Hewlett and efforta to bring about this condition revolutionists. Ills wife who accompanied Nicholas Longworth and hla wife on DatI). The cause of the upsetting of
*. Humphrey Ward. of thing la wounded. their arrival. her from London. the
Georgia, bim. was_seriously I ) canoe I* not knows.a. -


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Wilt life" Pre.ervrn \f. 1.rb... ,
"On,my ship t l wild! tli I. ,'I, !t. ?. I iu:, ,
Advice to'the Agod. towards; tIle Brut" day nut, L. t't ? y
We like I best
call
Age brines Infirmities, sucTi as alur> passenger anti show JMM t .,\- II. ; ,re to
dab bowels' weak: kidneys and Mad* preservers are\ put on.'Tbe'.teward SCOTT'S EMULSIONa
3er and TORPID LlVIm.Tutt's first
snv-!
Just Receivedat ,' food because h;stand* so emphatically -
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sir, but .\ ,".,. KHHWllOW.tO
) mAlllBUllltc rt.llf..n, |. >MT" I iWhy. i- for perfect nutrition.
Pills "' yes> I "siippos-",' ,; ,. !I"?, ,.. t And vet' in the matter of restor-
eager replies.: ing appetite, of giving new

'f,Then, sir. If you pli- ,..' ".1.' s t ti hr, strength to the tissues, especially

"ave apecIrlo.ffeet on tJIe.. orean.. toward, setting a pl.'-...'n''r, ,,10"11. i to the nerves, its action a: that
stimulating the bowels. ,causing them And he bands it to tin i p Nqeiii tf) I of a medicine. .
and Mills to perform their natural functions: as put ou. Scntl for trfm Mmplff. '
Factory 1 Syndicate Store! In youth andIMPARTING I SCOTT A BOWNK:, Uunbtt; )4'
"The passenger nine tlllI'; ",ut t Of 'ten 15 1'wl( Stnvt NrvYorU.joc. :
$ $ VIGOR,_.. a5a. either puts tbe< life pn>s">r" i- ,"a wr..uj >ndf..oo| all drugfftae..

411 to the kidneys Madder and LIVER. or can't put It on' at all .<;.. uu Mti-\v-,
They arc adapted to old and young.
ard shows hlua how to do u. lio Is J! lm
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-- ----- .._--- -- pressed and gntt tul.
A :.AND OF THE PARIS 'CABMAN
$ Large Consignment = "'Th life preservers In u ...h 111\\ reek .

$ would be"of little use, f.ir.' ut-nrly nlithe rises C. Which lie ICetnrne With His

passengers would be. nosh? t:, !get, ..a< ..e t* ..:... Ills l>ar..

Into thel There should l.c, a urlrll sae It Is a ppcullnrlty of Parts, which every -
of New Good f law requiring a PUSHOIIKIMMiriii Slim visitor who knows enough French'

the preservers' every "((1)a.:", .0 that to tell one dialect from another must

.. -- .- --. '- -":-::---=---::.--- ( each passenger lu a ciitiixtrnpiiovi.uhi' have noticed, that nearly all 1'nrls cub31011 -
know how to save hlmscirnh the|| !'OInfrom the sumo part of the
Latent and moat beautiful lORlgusiKiw in Lawns moans placed at bin iii-piwai." .\.. country. 'l'lut'lIawo thing Is true of
OrgtiniUtm, aud Mulls, worth' j I I0 f n OP Hail Tiil.lo ('to'h' ,IJ(rr >:anl III .ZUBelfant
ISo to Sac, our price .
----- --- I chestnuts who
from
A.(1 ynrcK\ MorcoriWaihtiiiR:. .! rpRiilnr I lo r no life preservers/ ) on ship-:." Piiiiaiid- come Au-
Linen Finish: .Mercerized Chambray, lf\ price :ilic anil :I:,,' JMT yard, nt ';U of st01'\) I O plus Bulletin. vcr :mj; of the KontberdH who hawk! '
regular price 15c, at our storeA.--,. I U L/\oCo tlii'lr milk: about the streets, who are \
/ and Ernhrnul: <'r\' t'I lilies
34& Colored Bud Spreads, regular" Q fluent in 'rli"'' miik.rtlarp 10.I I" 25 '': The Costliest CKIIPII."A. Hn-tou [peasants, and of many- other
prlfe$1 13 ,
|1.75, at our store.n. ___. __ ) | U Mingle joint uiuktcvu cauo/ will always triuK'8.
I"dl'na' ": "> 1 l.iuv.: (',0 II 111'>1. QO aid d f fetch trom $t00 to $;.oM'( i,," aUl 1 the Tlio cab drivers' laud Is probably lit- ,
BOil beautiful | .4Q < '
.
12 Spreads designs rugft I Q 8 worth $1 I .Mi to *:'?> ..(u i. now .3 Q tlu known to EntcllHhuien. It Is down
dealer. ,
ular rice :$3.00, at our store .. -. 4)) I. J .
Boys' WiihliabU" I : KIHIPants! iilljiair. Hiz"'I( per i O OWe "\Vhyt" in tho Avcyron, and Ilodct Is Its capl- ,
12 Bed Sproadn, limntlful+ doKigus, ri'ffT O / O .- . i"Because uaolacon hardly tut, a tiny village, where the worst lanKiiii -
regular i>rice $.350, at our titoro 4)Z.*r O enough apace betwivu ever the jmnts;r'I1twtth ( tint! the best hearts In all France

to make a single Joint stick I'suuilj are to I..) found<< The eldest of each

also\ make a big cut in our Already Made Shirt W.xists and Washable the'Jolnta are .not more tlniu u fait family lu Bodes takes the land and thePlth'rnal

I Yr'a apart. When ;you' 'find In t Slniiip<>ru- cottngo. The old folks live
Skirts. 'cI that la where inalaocii OOIIICH t'nunu. with him until their death, and the ,

w piece of mitlacva with this Joints lire )'Olllljtl'rlOOS: '/ go to rarla sad drive

feet apart so that !it will make a sliiKlo cnlJA

Visit Store. You will Joint stick, como to iut, /Mid I will give: For yrnrs they drive about In all
our certainlysave you *30O for It. Maliu-cu sticks. with \\'iMitliL'i*. srrapliiff together son by son

1 1y the joints three feet npurt\ are worth until! they luivo' garnered enough to go
tLIAOnfX2 iaSnakewood home anti pay' tor their !board and lodging -
$30 or $ mlckn, If they
from 35 to' 45 per centon are marked well-snakewixMl comes for the remainder! of their days.

from Brltlsli Guiana-are worth :$10$ or They go with tho elder brother a
notary on thq first day of their return)
-
$50. A ;yellow ebony MU..lt.- ebony V
$1 merchandise OWN. comes to' UI In low/ from (1') luu and homo anti sign a deed by which ho Is

every glove economy la the separate mousque- Mauritius-la worth $20 or $::!:S. 1V'ang-!: bound to keep( them for the remainderof
i faire arm coverings that can be used bee, from China, uinkes an excellent their days In Idleness In return for
with abort ,glove lu matching color. and costly stick. A perfect wanntuul their savings-London Standard.

: : A Cordial) Invitation is Extended to All to Visit Our Store. Considering gowns, a number the general of French elaborationof frocksare l crat-worth $20.;'-Bt, Loulu <:|OM! '-I>CIUI>- SELF CONTROL.

finished at the bottom merely with

rows of stitching. ? Only ae a .-... n*.oare.. It le On*' of the I*.rfe.Uoae) e>( t!.
Some of the loveliest silks of the seal Luck Is a good enough thing to trust UenUemao. ,
MILlfSYNDICATEQ. son have a waterproof finish, renderIng to after you've done everything clue totnv.lte A'geiitloniun Is gentle slow to sur- '

THE F FACTORY AND [ them Impervious to rain and. per. success.-Kansas City Times. Inll4U evil, slow to tnko offense and
"JmUon." -o-_..----- glower still to give It. A, gentleman! S
and controls blsspeech. .
hU feelings
The" stunning/ sash ribbons must be -- ---- inbduvs
used with'care, as they have a habit of I u It Is sometimes said of a man,
T. clashing with most things under heav flint "ho can be a 'gentleman If. hit
FUDGER Manager.J. 'to be but who bea
ens. wants a man can:
Long ladders of ribbon bows; sometimes Heart ,,0'lItll'11IIIn when he wants never p

with a bit of fringe depending/ wants. to be anything else! says the
M. JOHNS BUILDING STARKE. from them are a favorite mode of trim. I'lttsburg Tress. 's or
ming. Weakness.' In time cultivation of courtesy self .. '

Women who scorned rajah silk Id the respect must! play a prominent part.
beginning of the season and asserted 'Dr. Miles' Heart Cure has I \Vo must. never puss for more than the .:
It was only fit for lambrequins and value wo pinedH>on ourselves. To re*
hearts well after
sofa cushions are recognizing Its nftde-: many I1loct|> others we must first respect our- ;t'
adaptability for house gowns and they have been pronounced ,.'lves'blttl r said, "t felt that I ..'
the picture. The accordion plaited skirt I: 8 street frocks. One, of the summer hopeless. It. has completely win In the world to do something, and ? 1

OUR FiSIIl F ] LETTER.[ Is run Just below the waist line with on the (Inside/ seam with lines of Insertion. brides Is having/ made a street costume cured thousands! and will almost 1 thought I must." ;i.
ribbon velvet of the same shade. This ( of grass green rajah silk with Invariably cure or benefit Duo of tho perfections of the gallant :}<'
velvet also trims the braces. The folds and other trimmings of old rose. every case of heart disease. man lies In the supremacy of self con t

blouse} Is of cream colored spotted net, 1 SOME DAINTY NECKWEAR. She has embroidered grasses and loose Short breath, pain around\ trol. Herbert Spencer, speaking of this.

Both Empire and Princess Style and the girdle Is fashioned from velvet. Old fashioned, oroHslinr muslins are rose petals on the front width of the heart; palpitation, fluttering, Important attitude of men us a moral "
la the shops, gulling for :15 cents u yard. skirt wltb a smaller'' vine trailing over and Swing, said, "Not ''to bo Impulsive not
In Children's Dresses. dizzy- fainting smothering
ARTISTIC COLOR SCHEME.The Very tiny /star shaped buttons !In steel the Jacket. The gowajs as rich and to be spurred hither and thither byvucli
best linen suit Is made with a and<< rbliu'Htouet are effective when effective as If It was made from the spells should not be neglected. desire that In turn comes uppermust

SHORT SLEEVES ARE COSTLY.The bolero which when removed will display used In groups of "threes" on boleros handsomest Lyons silk instead of the Take Drf: :Wiles' Heart Cure ,, hut tt> be self contained, self
a pretty chemisette.: 1 and, short Jacliotn.In rough: and 'ready rnjah. and see how".quick you will tmliiiictHl, governed by the Joint de- .a
I'ale lavender !I. a favorite shade thus uaiulUercblifM the newest wrinkle The elaborate lingerie .gown Illustrated be relieved.. Nslau I of tbd foellnirs In council: a. '

> Bcl" Linen Ball 111....',:With summer and Is much seen !In tho wardrobe U to block off a small space with A N of lace trimmed handkerchieflinen. It cannot make a new heart Humbledbefore; which every action
bolero and Ch.ml.eoet-o.dJ) Fa.la- of Mrs. Cornelius Vnnderbllt The With It 1 I.* worn a Louis'coat of but will restore a sick one by MIII1I1 tmr boon fully debated andcalmly
other day as she alighted from her silk Incrtuted with d..torwlued-tha&t It U which
brocaded nilo
green the heart nerves
10. Croeebar Mualln A or*In In ..strengthening
carriage observant femininity drank In I lace. JUDIO CUOLLET.Good the uUdcutlon. moral! education at least
and
relieving
VoBOe-Pareutol Like Coetume the details of a beautiful gown of pale muscle fclrhv to produce. :" r
and
unnatural strain restoringits
'Whole dresses of Valenciennes lard' lavender. The plain circular skirt fitted Katoro sear O. CoaUr. .
are among the exquisite creations ,worn tightly, and the Jacket was cut In "Don't luok so glum. Pllkertonf U. vitality. Odd .:..II.c.een.:.
at Important early summer functions. so exaggerated a fashion that It roUOVBSELDTB cheery words.. They cost nothing. trouble-"t had For a levy.''a months tad case I could of heart nut Ku lund, can boast of more quaint"", i

.. Most of them are relieved with the t n. "Cost nothing If I speak ten cheery work tAut July I wit plowing' corn cuMtuins\ uiul, ceremoiiles that have beenndPtl
er forma of heavier laces such* as words to my wire, she asks me for and t..U1\1r In plowing bad all one day row; In I hint the tu aU..r.loon Iny- down from century to century .

clung and baby Irlab. some money!' 0" fall Clown. throe tin.*. My limn any other civilized nation. The

Browns, both the real brow'tone I, .. through throbbed. and as I though had dltlluultr It would In sound Inir of the mayor's born at Ripen .... +
and those that verge the chestnut A LIU. :II1.aaoJ..t....... my bruith. 1 purrhimuj. a Is one of the most ancient customs In
upon .
Xllne' .. ,
Of Dr. Heart Cure, "
are the predominating\ shades (forPINAJTORB "Sir your ROII'M performance on the jster. I bad lined halt of It 1 oonM the MuKdoin.\ It formerly announced i'
French born l Is execrable. It will drive .and sleep all IIll1ht. PrevU lime setting of the watch but !It bus now
$ everybody from my house. You told cushy 2 bad to get up from five to tun Into the formality of three blasts i
lapsed
times a .. I have t.k.n ..y..r..1. (
t' me be was a teacher." bottles, :thC heart, I I" ae rxvular' .* (given at U o'clock; every evening at that Tnuiror'H '
I I II 5 "I did not I said he was' a tooter..: and clock can work.work ml oonnlilernbU feel like a fur now an man old residence by his official horn

man. a.{ ; blower and three more at the market "
n Men often capable of greater .rMcUlt.L, Frost, Ohio.
are cross.:
D... Mites' Hurt Cur. I. sold by __
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things than they perform. They, are'1II'0t .
your druaott who will gtisrentce that :: 'f'
o Into the world with bills of credit the first battle' will. benefit: if It falls.
ti .. i nod .seldom, draw to their fullWnlH "tent- he will refund your money. '
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\ wltlilu this magic territory embroider rr: the hlrfllnu odd, ,I job awn liltnHcIf, but It AGood .

I tiny Initial. Is point-!! out In Dr. Murray's il let Ion- 'm
CryHtullIiip l Is another material thai arT that when the word. appears early Judge

.... DB BOtB BLOC8E. ,'I U espi'clally, luptrd, fur the sweet girl In the seventeenth century It refers to will
semblod a shoulder cape more than gruduytts', \ iciWilx a trite of Ouzvrut,'In the west of India p
I t tt anything else. Her bllfll girdle, however 1 tutus of tinwu. : with Its beautiful amethyst' buttons made pi-lmfsw'' tint' an a rule: lhl.. styli.4 the Kail or IColl, who seem to.ha v. "
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gave the Jacket an excuse for being not l>ii: lining to yoiirhf n.,;urcd. been often employed by Europeans as iJ
cut In this way, and every one who \\'ry uatty tu' wear rttb! the lilloll.lr bearers and carriers, ye

saw It agreed that It was far too artistic I is /it liu. ,ur!* to! of oft bittlHtnlou SNOW .. ,,
to be covered up. : .>J l.i some I n-Uy rll lJifa 'at tl HUMPHREYS' ..

A rival to decorative buttons are tiny .. TUlM lii> U Kin.ill. lurtulugouly LINIMENT .
jeweled adorn WITCH HAZEL ..
buckles or slides which 'lay iio.ir. '
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some of the new gowns from tho !best 1 '.lie u.'nent tie !I. kuttUil Itl.P th IT POSITIVELY CURES ,
modistes.. This style of trimming 1 U a'' <>ni' li th-.' cut, but IK <|lIlt/ > unllKt t'- OIL : : : : : : Rheumatism. Cut, Burn,

revival of the mode of many years ago/ .)11 kiiltu! tie ax It U' 'very tiulcUiiloiic. \ : : 7l Bruises Sprains all, Corns Ills, ..'. .
Stiff Joints and the s
and there Is e'Vel"reason why the revival 1111-.Inn a pretty oixniworit[ after TWlefiocfor "
U heir to.
will catch on.'. Many of the T'vi> "runl-1UJl will limply: MUfl! <'e tu IK FOB 1'II.ES, that Flesh { ; 't''

raocx or VZrr4: G. slides brought out aro'chJlrJJllng exum- Can an.I llnlnU: oie: >. Tli'-re!' nr"14)\ CURES OUt ArrtlCATIOH!' BRINGS' RCLICr.nucx. O. W. wallae. Cripple + ; "_'l
tiles of the and colored U rOC"ure,1 lu thlorclltt't Creek, Colo., writox i ,; .'f., l
Jeweler's art KU !II l..vtty Bill:s to L> Liver Complaints ; uses ,
lrILZD nt
both dresses and haU. And brawn i luur.z have used your llr.iiu ) .
lUelf admirably to costume of gents rdther than rhinestones have the I c lori|. A particular shade o only Ramon's Liver Pills In aseveroattack..fllmvumatlantcaused, (/ ..
half adapts a dozen tones. preference.: In-the designs. Slides of blue(' mauve I* charming for a knitttrtie. and Tonic Pellets, and bycofj tloxpoHure il -

Fascinating evolutions ,of .both the frail enamel and gun metal are also gives yourmoney back if It DrantaU.ll maw.or rn.thot.awH.mybr.M.w to the \\"thMr.
seen. *'kadiutae Vtk, Vo>. WUllaal ....s Job Two application r.U.t|
princess and empire styles are about Gray Is particularly prominent In the|I PRACTICAL FASHION:: HINTS. not satisfied. Your liver Tuttt, me and 1 rrcuiuuiyi't' | ,

for tiny tots to wear. The. princess millinery world this season. Attrac-l f'llJItIUI\! .'('n'l" tint the pan: .., slut is the biggest: trouble highly.I I I d'r''\. !'

ones are particularly hnppy In their tlve sailors la this shade are very pretty : t11I1(1'1i( tincuHtiiin*. ThU formimteljloon maker. If you would be FRICfl:5., >: c/siOo.: \.. .'" "yd'w': ; ".., .t
dainty severity. made of soft gray horsehair and I Itrmjned !> ((loon not mvfltt that a sunshade w ti well,try Ramon's Treat.. NERVOUS: DEBUilTV ", ,' ', .. bynBALLAC
of the prettiesttsultH and ; "" "
Upon some with ribbon and either quails i I.., provided for rocs k'>>wn. On tie.coutrary11ho ment. Only 25 cents. ..
dress a wide braid !Is put. oa quite or flowers. clever woman will claw Vital Weaknesa and Proatru- ::: ,. 7> "' .... -' ,,'." ,
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simply braid outlined which oa both stops sldes'byia every) UtU.narrow Pale blue moa_ ellite de sole make several pretty parasols. that! will liar Sold at Mitchell's Drag Store.For tlon from overwork and other ,'!S S1E O\y 1f CO. .'II-<' ', : ::,(i: iU \tl' I.' '
this neck old. or new ths' Homeopathic ,,
dainty blouse.. The Dutch manila w1:h nrythlny: i causes. Humphreys' '
while to describe a circle. N St. LQUls; Mr\ ,: "! .
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wnnlro! ciutalns. Specific No. 28, in use ? +:;
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The newest belt U of black kid,with and yoke are formed of cream German .. : 8t.U.bJob ,,. '' '.:" ';;//h
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sale for $1. embroidery '
are on worked In faded shades PrintingCome .
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BRADFORD COUNT TELEGRAPH' GOOD ROADS BUILDING. COVERniHEM.tAND TITLES. "......_-- ......" ... :" .." .. .... ...... ....-..-.-- .. 11 railroad people he's going to lose the
,, ,,, .:.... I::: FLORIDA EDITORS.;; ; -------- "
bU life.
'" ...._.,..- 1 I It t., ,, \ chance of
"' ., Last/week: the Telegraph reproduced The DeFnulak'Sjiringe'Breeze calls "AVhy do you come' to me?" she! ask

;i I' Put Iehed6JeryRrtdayat: : an'artlole from a writer in one of the attention to an Important court decision One of A FLORIDA the most SHIP CANAL John J. Forger ed coldly. ""I havo nothing to do with

.TARKE,3 RADFORD:: UNTY'..FLAB. Jasper on the subject of road in I tha following article: important movements the 11111 Itel'. .
papers
towards the development bf "Quit your klddlu'," urged John J."I .
=='--.- -=; = --==--= =- thin The dud ioll of Jndgo Rwaynein till

.; S. MATTttBW$.P..II........,...... Prop'r. week building.: Another We article give oar from readers the snmo case of the U. S. vs the J. J. MoCnskill Florid and tm enterprise that would i :1 beard you ;yesterday. You didn't

r ._ Co., recently was one of far-reaching have au i important bearing ou the com By Grace Charles : speak loud but your words came
writer,.an follows: import and one that is likely to bring merce ,.of the world had) been gh'cn through; the partition like they. was bullets
-8UISCRI\'TION-\ Mr. Editor-I want to tell tho i<(!o- about considerable trouble in laud mattors. 1' 1 1Copprloht You throw him because I forgotto
.Ooe"""r..|1COBlxMonllie pie through ;your columns till, weekwhat Tho case, Iwe understand it1 tangible shape! by.the billof Congressman IDoa. l'u i E, <', FaretUt"Tlusn : bring you a letter ;yeetcrtfjy. It's all

.00TbrerMontn kind of material is bent' to nw lu was about as follows: W. J. Ward[ Frank Clark] providing/ for tho surveyof ,------- ._..._._.._._..._ .._ : my fault for forgetting to bring up the
.. the construction of good roiuli *iu our entered the land, Iu question an a home- i A ship -canal across this state from letter." '.

----- -' -----::- = county and where to locate them( rood stead: and in duo coarse of time made the Atlantic Ocean to tho Gulf of you have no excuse to offer? "J>o menu: that lie sent me A letter
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; : you
Entered: tbero.toeloeatstarkeFla.a.sea an starter.. his final proof thereon afterward selling Marlon's voice was dangerously, even.
,!!t. ood-clauMatt"r. The modem city street is an ovolotion. I' the land to :McCaskill. An invostiga- Mexico, and providing au appropriation Dick Gordon hated those ....hI, uccuslnff explaining that ho would not call

Every kind of paving him boon tried.'i i I ton by nil agent of the department' therefor. I tones last night?" ..

'. The advantage and dltl/\llvalltl\jtOR of 1 mode it appear that Word hind not complied Thin matter. has frequently boon discussed "I offer." he confirmed "Sure," was tho Gassy reply as JohnJ
have excimo-to
SUrke Fla.. JUNE 29 1906. each have.}uevitably dove!>lopoil. Tho with the law an to.improvementand I and the practicability and no "Tho woman I am to dug Iu one of his, pocketn. "Ho wait

first cost and the cost In the long run, rexidenco thereon and the government great angrily. In n hurry, and I took It ou the machine
are the pros and cons of street naviiiK. brought suit to cancel the patent, I utility of such a waterway is universally marry should. be content with my statement for him. Just tell him you'ro

It. . .. I 1//.. .tI The same applies with equal :force to alleging fraud on the part of Ward. As i admitted. Should Mr. Clark's bill, ; that there was a good\ "reason." sorry over the telephone, BO'S bo can

our roads. Ward was net longer the owner suit which has: been referred to the commit- "Unfortunately she Is not, said Mar "
work.
906 JUNE 1906 cause transportation facilities wan brought against McOn skill n* thetllertowuer I too ou railroads and OR.11RlII. bo given lon as she laid the ring on his desk. go Marlon to tore open the letter. "Dear
have the growth of commerce, of the land. Ordinarily' it "I cared enough about tho matter to
., locally, as well ns nationally aid inter would seem that McOoskill an. an innocent I favorable consideration, he will have come to your oillco to see you about It. friend" It ran, "I nm sorry I CIIU.tcomo

Bn Mo Tn. We. Th. Fr. 8th. nationally City dray :ife is swifter and purchaser/should not havo, been dono a work of tho first importance not Since you went to bo 1 Independent, I to pee you tonight but there's

.- cheapcron" a'well paved street! tlinn on molested, bat tlyt decision of the court only to Florida bat to the whole country. back entire Independ some guys I must see about that railroad

je ----12 ,9 poorly paved oue. It the city doesn't would t'm to holds that tho purchaser .-Lakeland News. \ give "you your matter and I can't come. I'm

pay for good paving, merchants my, of land must know that; tho title of the cube sorry, but you BOO this H awfully Important
many -times over, for the lock: of it. grantor. wan good and that if McCimkill Ills face white with anger, Cordon / and 1 know you won't mind.
Likewise if for SENATOR MALLORY:: OV Dlt.VIN'AOB: OP threw tho door and stood thero as
we farmers dou't
3456789 roods pay !f bought the land without seeing it, and open Don't dance' with any of tho other fel
good we pay many times over, so did not know that Word hud complied E'VEROLA.DES. ,he passed through to the next room. I'm I cuu't Yours
for the lack of them, and we farmers with the law or ]having seen it The joint resolution with reference to Over In the corner John J. was busy lows. sorry come.

10111213141516 have by: far the advantage, because w.canpull and iu so doing became aware of the a. government of the Florida /With tho mall, but he looked up with a till death.
in all tho survey It was signed with his full name and
town folks trite railroad
iii" filet that the law hod not been complied grin on his freckled face to smile upon'
companies, the with did JSverglatles<< reported to the senate Kathcrliio's: ( eyes twinkled an she read
his
express company so at own risk. Heretofore her she went out. John J. appruvbd
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 and the telephone and telegraph' com- a government patent has been' favorably by Senator Friwier for tho of Marlon.as It o\cr. John J. watched her anxiously.

panies and make them help us to pay taken to bo the bent possible title, but committee ou Agriculture and forestry The As the smile canio over her face
27 28 29: 30 for our roadsl, whereas, they can't make under this construction of the law in tho Gordon went buck to hilt desk. his own assumed, look; of natlafactlou
2425 26 ns reported CougroBsIouial Record much
circlet there was too
,as help them to pay for their streets. there Is a brood chance for ngreastntany/ golden lying and us ,she replaced tho sheet tu itsenvelope
'" . JI' I III Now listen presumably good titles to lie sot aside in as follows : for his composure, and, with a groan he forward. //

... .. .' AT load that ONE HOBSH CAN and innocent purchasers even to ,tho Resolved etc., That the secretary of he threw his arms forward on the debit "Does It goP'sprang ho demanded. "Will

+ DRAW on level iron rails, will require fourth, fifth or. even tenth transfer, bo agriculture be and ho Is hereby authorized and burled his head, upon them. him "
DEMOCRATIC NOfllMEES. only the'victims. The case aside from this It had all been very silly and yet you telephone ?
1 Horse on an Asphalt road. .. feature, is In line with tho fact that wo ( and directed to cause n survey of tragic. Ho hind meant to write "It goes," nho smiled as she crossed

For MiitnluT' cif OoiiKrxHH, 3d: (Jc'lIgr.lonal l lDlxtrlut 8 Horses on Vitrified brick. have called attention to HO many times the Everglades of Florida to, be made, Marion very that there was a meeting of tho the room where the telephone stood.

: 5 Horses on Paring blocks. within the last twelve months; that is, with a view to ascertaining and determining railroad and Hu followed, her across.
FlUNK: (LAHK, c.f OolumMn., 7 Horses on Belgian blocks. that the government is going to -Tusiston tho feasibility and( probablecost promoters of the L. and T. "Don't give me away," ho pleaded
/ bo to
For.Tiutlmw. of tho Bnprimie Oourt: I) Horses on ordinary Macadam. absolute compliance with tho letter that ho would havo to present hoarsely.' "Don't) let on that I forgotto
CHAH. B. I'A HK HILL,oriwambiu..TAME 20 Horses on good Clay. and spirit of the homestead lawn. If of reclaiming and draining Raid furnish them with estimates If he tho note\"

; $ B. WHITFIErj, of Ixnin.Fur 40 Horses on.(:;lI.nc1roads.. you 1u\vo not complied with tho law Evergladoti for agricultural purposes, hoped to get tho contract If he could give you"
"I won't. she assured as she rained
Rutlroiul, lloohmteelunor, : For! proof -of this statement write to you had bout either got very busy along and also to cause an examination of the land that order Ills success would bo

NEWTON A. BLITOH of tvj. the National Good Roads Amoclatioiu that;! line, or not attempt to make the soil in said Everglades with a view to assured, and In (the prospect of winningout the receiver! from the Look.
Since this true would it not be common ploof. With insttnctlvol'olitenesshocrossed
lie had forgotten to write.
It. HUDSON BUUR, of DwOo.
determining its quality and
business sense to construct Asphalt -- 5Theprevalenceof adaptability the room iliad protended to look out of:
and
Fur niomlJBrH Hutwu of KeproiwntatiTU. : roads? And since would be and probable productiveness when They wero both high strung,
they a Saving "grafting" primary reclaimed i the window while she: was speaking,
when the she had demanded .
In morning
EUOKNffi: : 8. MATTHEWS.
to as in dollars and cents and the and devoted to would listen and
elections is mentioned by some of agricultural but the sharp oars : ,
>
: HENRY O. PEB:1: LEtt. an explanation of his broken engagement
Tact that the town people and all the
when she Bulled to him be knew thatIt
thu of the state as matter for purposes. waited for
: Ftir. Nmntr Tux Amiimnr I corporations doing business in the county papers without having\
..' / N D. WAINRIGHT. would have to pay more mopey ou remedial legislation. The law ou the Sec 21, That the sam of $10,000 be, him to call up on the telephone he had was all right and that tho Important

Fur County Tax Oullitntiir. : these rood than we farmers duos it subject is already ample The flues and Is hereby appropriated out of any angrily refused to offer any explanation letter would l ho> written
"It U all li.lht she said as she came
(U. W. ALDERMAN. display common business HPIIHO IN US and penalties prescribed by statute are money in the treasury not otherwise or apology and when she bad
i to further delay their construction? toward trim "I lime telephoned Mr.
.
For County Tnuuiuirur: already sufficient to land every bribe- appropriated, for the purpose! of carry. come to his olllce they were both too
We hold the key to the situation. Gordon and ho understands. It was
;;fir J:B. rXJWLINO. What is your answer?. Jver' and every bribe-taker in ''the ing out tho requirements of this resolution angry to arrive at au understanding. very good of you to come up and tell

\ Moinliiim, Si-houl, Board I pause for your answer. in and that said sam of $10,000 Gordon was roused by a touch on the "
J penitentiary, but as the case of many or so mo John
'fFur L W. KICKUTER!: shoulder. Ho sprang nervously up, to
: O. L. MIZELL, \ other laws against crime, the healthy much thereof as may be necessary, be confront John J. "Something had to be done," ho protested

'., E. L. CBOrtBT. ,-iJ Answered ,In the nOIrnintive?' All publics sentiment necessary to the enforcement reserved from the sales of 'public landsin "\\ don't you go home?" ho thun "1I1ll! thero wasn't anybody else

For(''Ullllt O..mlll"'lun".1+" j jI right. 'of the 'law !seems locking. the state of Florida and paid into the dered. "The office should hare been to do It."

I W. A. BKHSANT.N.O. .. Then where".( shall those roads bo And until we Iiao! this sentiment there treasury of the United States in lieu of closed half an hour ago!" Marion leaned forward and kissed

WAINRIOHT., located?') will be effective enforcement of tho tile freckled check. "I should be very
no of the "I'm John J.
any portion $10,000 hereby appropriated going now.".explained ,
Fint-JAt+ rood be mode from n
a
J. H. noWLINtl. jealous of 3011, John J., It you were a
with unusual meekness. "l!ut
laws for the you
1 D. J. BTKD.O. point ou the Suwannee river half a mile purposes designatedby woman" sho said. "You care a great
south of the this resolution. oughter go up and BOO Miss Marlon and
King ou Township line and
"
J. K1MOHT. deal for Mr. C;01'<1011.
State Senator Gillen has been "
Gay
follow this Township line duo west to appointed tell her you'ro sorry
a Sec. That the
3. secretary of "
agriculture -
"IIe's all absented John J. "If
right
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I point on JWithhvcooohee' river two I postmaster at Lako City. A Gordon grasped John J. by the shoulders I
Discussing( the gpenkership( Ban, I miles north of Echo. This will (five usa satisfactory republican" could not.bofound report to congress:! at as early and propelled him Into tho outer ho does have a mad spell now and then.I .

Claude L'Englo's bright mid readable' main road through the county from for the and the a. day as possible", the result of said surveys I just let him rave till ho gets over It;
placa ou recommendation
paper, concludes tliat "up to thin writing east: to wont, about 83 miles ill length. with such recommendations as he then lib's sorry. You ought to try that.
\ Eugene' Second-Let a second rood be mode of Senator Taliaferro and think to make. "It's good udvlce" she smiled
the content is between Mr. may proper
beginning at A point on the Klaricln and Cougresmau Clark Mr OilU-u was appointed "You didn't tell him that I was up
Matthews of. Bradford and Mr. 3yd Senator Mallory, after stating, in ropey -
Georgia tine alongside tho A. U. L. the '!
f by president. here? 'he asked as ho paused at the
Carter, of OaiuAivule." Railroad on the Section line, Mid follow to question. by Senator Galliuger door.

," .., this. Section line due that the of
- south to a its business estimated area the Everglades "
.. The added point on the Bawannee river' near 8u.wnnnee Iu the solidity of institutions "No she assured. "Then I should
i West Palm -
Buach San has was about 2,000,000 acres, had have hnd to about the letter."
Springs. .This would Starke is equaled two explain
give by only or
us a
auother name to the lint of the reference
with to
Kuberuato- following to
second main road through the three pay "Ho don't like to have me buttingIn.
r county towns in the wholo etate of Flori
;.:. rial possibilities. Thin time it is lion. but running north and south, in miles tho measure ."explained John J. as be slid throughthe
da. If don't think stand the
John W. Watson of Miami, a former in length. We will refer to these roads you we on The measure does not propose that doorwn)'. '

speaker of the house and 01111 of the as roads number 1 and 2. right side of the ledger commerciallyask the government shall drain it, but It was not for several days that MarIon -

Now let our branch roods ran on the tho commercinla"euciE\s.\ II8Ol'rtaill'whetlle told Dick of the pitiful little forxgery -
most aggressive campaigner iti the let simply to \ it is feasible
Section lines, 4Uld them be made --- j
pl made to bring things out right
state. from ...... ,. for drainage The Everglades arc i ,
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U ,.. .. and showed him John J.'S Idea of a
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Echo north to number 1, :ii miles. An Island Clt,.... subject to overflow from Lake Okeocho-
The first Issue of Claud L'Knglo's San Ellavillo north to Horud 4 miles love letter, with Its Inked over rubber
; Greater New York consists of forty. lee Lake OUoeehoboe is a large lake, f
issued from Its new office at TaUalinsuee! thence C 2 miles; thence north 31 milesto fire Islands. It might bo called tho Island stamped facsimile of his signature, butIt
40 miles long and 40 mileswide..
lit before u.and l la Groover; themto cost 1 mile; thence some was a happy moment for John J.
tho of of
as bright as noon City. Itond the names some
north 2 miles to Westlake; thenco east It overflows annually and floods the when Dick shook his hand man fashIon -
day sun. L'Eugle now occupies {ground !) miles; thence north 1 mile to number tbo larger: Mnnhiittnn Island, Long la- Everglades and makes them uuiababit- and thanked him for what he bad

from which lie ought to exert .a> power. 1, 14 miles. [ land Staten Island. Hart's Island. City able. Whether the lands are dralliable dono.

fal influence in: state affairs! and his I Bellvillo east to O. S. & ]!'. railroad, Island< reclaimed is "forget It, was the only suitable response -
be mooted
follow Island South Island llliickwcll's Island or can a question -
and from thence the rnilruul to
friend hope to see him give a good Jennings miles. ., 1:11 nil II 11'11 I"'lan"
account of lilmaelf. Jennings south to number 1. to inter Hcrrhin's I Islut ml, Governors Island authorities of the state of Florida have I I IC Marlon cannot.

;--- -- sect with the road from Ellaville S ItaiTeti Island and Coney Island. Many been considering it for some time, and .a I
The Lire Oak Democrat says) that miles. I
have Changes la Pronunciation.It .
mall ones In Jamaica buy large effortto '
contemplating making
are au
friends of Hon. W. 11. Dorm&n, of Avocn south to number 1,3 miles numo One Inland Island, Marble they requires no very profound knowledge -
,Now, let's leave the section hue and drain them ; but there really, has
Bawanuee county, are urging him, to II 111, nenr KlugsbrldKC/ has been made of English literature to ascertain
make A road to be known number 3, been no made and nothing to determine
become a candidate for speaker of the and let it run from Jasper alongside by the government channel cut through survey + that the pronunciation! of the language
that the is feasible.
house of representatives at the next* the right of way of the U. S. & b'. railroad .\ on the Harlem river Improvements. project has undergone a vast change duringthe
9 White 18 miles Senator Mallory I said further, in ionic i. last three centuries.) The shrewd
Muwiou of the legislature.'! Mr. Doruian to Springs WATCHED BEn ANXIOUSLY.

has twice represented'! Suwaunee county Coming back and continuing ou tho C.iinll> Etlretlve. answer t a question propounded by office, while that youngster insisted conjecture bus Indeed more than once
7 section lines we :start*: at Tyn r and "Sometimes," said the merchant "I Senator Gallinger, that ho dill not believe that be would be been hazarded that the works of the
and by common consent) wait accorded A sorry in the morning
build north to the bane lino and( thence feel like the poet who wanted n lodge au appropriation for the Elizabethan dramatist would be unintelligible
purpose if not Just then. The
f? high plaoe.among the loadiiig members We/ follow the base line due west to encounter had at
In some vast vllJeruess. I yearn for to a modern audience If the
of the houHO. number 3.. of draining the Everglades would be least served to rouse Oordon, and he

This will give ns a total of one hun solitude and IIl1t.UN.1'11. .." asked In event the government determined went uptown to the club to spend a native and original pronunciation were

A recent order of e Postotllc<< Department dred And twelve miles of 811 flue roads "\\' ." replied his friend sjmpathot- that the project was, fea
increases the salary of thirty as are to be found iu the world. Tourists ,: .lenity. "It's an_ expensive tests to gratIfy He expressed the opinion that ultimately himself that ho did not care about the It Is that In many well known passage

M' Hotels will be erected, it will give but you might start In by taking broken: engagement. of Shakespeare the very rhythm of the
five Florida the lands would to' the state of
tmlllllter These increases
lO go
us ten thousand winter visitors a year your ndvcrtHrniPiit out of: the news I John J.'. "You'll be line Imperatively demands a strange
are based on increased business. to start with and the number will Increase papers."-Washington Star. Florida, in fact would go to the state morning If you ain't now"sorry In the and unaccustomed accentuation of certain

k and denote tho year after year. Thin will if had been of was pro-
growth in population give, now they surveyed bat phetic. Dick moped over bin word With the peculiarities of
desk all
f laud business 'of the, towns affected.! raise us a good on the market farm for we'll everything have ft we good can A TrIH. Better. course, could not go to the state under the morning, unable to do any work. A a later period most people are sufficiently !

The office at Starke is among those to road to haul it ou, and instead of doing I'rofeSllr-I'ray excuse' me for keepIng present circumstances.. Mr. Mallorythen dozen times he reached for the telephone acquainted. That gold was

receive, an iucreosa in salary. The business ou A credit we'll be the big you waiting for R few minute, continued: to call Marlon up and ask her goold: and that china was chaney during -

salary of the office here is raised from bank depositors of the county.' gentlemen. Unfortunately I have come Unfortunately we in Florida! are situated forgiveness( and each time he set it irresolutely the Augustan era Is matter of com

4 'S- $UOOtol300 per year. No town in Let us arouse ourselves to action.Don't without tl"o'mau userlpt of my lecture, exactly in the opposite position down again declaring to.. mon knowledge.: And who can forget
let as say to ourselves. but, I have sent my little boy for It. himself that Marlon should Pope's description of Attlcus:
the state is from what in the-\V'tJst. But have known
enjoying a more substantial they are
"Well, I'm afraid we'll die and
out. Little Iluy (entering the hall))-Mother
be-
that be had Dreading
a fools, flatterers
good even by
growth. than Htarke. leave a big burden of debt ou our children nays she can't find the manuscript of the principle is the same. We only prc- she should have excuse and that Icg-eil,

.. and grand children." your lecture, but I've brought the book poso. to use money received from the waited until he could And .o obloeglng; that he no'er'obleecedf
S Much ado lias been nfade because of A statement of this kind would be you copied It from. sale of public lands In the state of Florida call her up. It was on her account as Tho last mentioned mode as well as

,the incident that Senator Jaines-P, Toliuftrro idle talk. for this pnrpoM), not for the purpose well as his own that be was worried the two well Into
others lingered on
and'Hon. Jito. N. O. If we build the rooda, we will not of draining the laud, but to ascertain about that contract and If she could ,
Stockton
Awful Thought 1 the last with
habitual
only enjoy the pleasures and not realize that century and was
convenfences whether it is dralimblo. If till question' a half mentioned
1 rwore recently open fWd avowed supy which they would afford but Molly-I'upa. I wish ;you'd dose the rlionld come up hereafter, Andvtho might have slipped his engagement Lord John !ICussell though they are all

+' porters of one and the same candidate our children and grand-children door of your room when gentlemen ore government i>* naked to pay t ha senator In the pressure of more Important mind probably by this time as rare as Roo-

for Aol important office iu Duval county rise up in a coming day and call u* culling ou me. Your snores are something .I II would possibly object to it.-E'ensacola ters that was her fault not his. mat shla for Russia and rarer than Spa"'.

re ... We are iucliued to think the incident blest.If fearful. Itad-Well. It won't JournaL. Half A dozen times during the for Spa.-Chambers' Journal.
we fail to build them when your hurt : 'em. l\IOoI1Y-I'l'rlulpll not, but morning
portends good. The time approaches children shall have coma nnnn tlio Hngo I they might think It's hereditary. John J. stole into the room to remind -
when the best men in both of the oldS of action THEY'LL BUILD THEM, IX JUSTICE TO) TOM Jt'DRATII. him that those figures for the Laud now Arnold Studied Ix>*Ie.

factious will M forced to ,reconcile their and refer to us an their navagq! ancestors Th. n...at. Having noticed tuft several papers in P. had to be sent out that evening Here iu an Interesting story told in.

# r., petty personal differeuceiftuid! tanloni because we didn't. She- So you really Imagine that the state have copied a report from a Each time be was met with a torrentof Cue! life of Archbishop Temple:
A special rood tux of 10 mill will rebuke. Then Matthew the last
Jacksonville paper that Professor Tom ho put on his> hat Arnold got leave at
smoking benefits 011. He I know It and
\i: common ground to save the state from scion give as these road ,
k does. My mother-in-law leaves the F. Me Boat h, editor of the Florida went out of the office, though his lunch moment to take in "Logic For ne8pou.lons" -
Will contribute
the domination of grafters and demagogues. mite?
you your "
the School "turned down"a hour was not until 1 o'clock. Instead of "Euclid, which be
-; -- room minute I light my pipe.It Exponent, was I
.* This is said of coarse, without He knew where Marlon lived\ could never master. The tray before
W, J. Bryan solicitor au unsuccessful applicant; for ,the and
county "of
reference to the circumstance that lias,
the
statement the
e look That Woq.Apropos that ha lied ,a examination be went" to Jowett,
of principal of the Weit Palm message
given rise'to the present disonasion tor.acl'ordiDg'to burst county has filed an information of the distinction between position for her wnj enough to get him past the who was his tutor, and asked how be

our information'; the can against t what he denominates an lee an amateur and a professional Is a : Boach High School by the county door. Presently the butler came back could learn the subject In Ume, as be

trout in the city 'of Jacksonville and board of pablio Instruction it in but wearing a solemn frown. was Jowett said
Ili.htEl'wbo was sapported by Messrs.Talttiferro man a professional If be marries for > wholly Ignorant of it,
'and Stockton and his will prosecute tho members of the com money -Life. fair, and n square deal to say that we "Miss Darling does not..core to re- hU: only chance was to go to Temple

opponent, are both men of approved bine. We know nothing of condition* | know of A certainty that that gentle" celve tho message" he said. and see if ho would try to teach him In

lu Jacksonville, but have more or loss Ambition. man's name wait not put before ale "You tell her I want to see her my. one day. Temple consented and startIng -
integrity. ;.The incident therefore, has It Is the perpetual effort to attain the self," announced John J.
vivid recollection of the efforts of of board a.a an applicant for the position about 0 o'clock In the moraine
no direct bearing but all the it ill one Ideal that enlarges the
same whole life. The For A moment the butler hesitatedand talked allowing two
nlmedPalro Bench News. (continuously
significant showing that'tile I the alleged conspirators to frightenthe moment the ambition begins to through that
as men won hesitation
t i.. projectors of an ice factory in was lost pauses of half an hour each for meals
who have been'' in the a or tends: to become sordid or selfish the Somehow John J.
prominent 'con usually got till
what he past 2 o'clock morning., Arnold
town; not more Ihau a thousand miles Individual iNDICATIOSSPOZNT TO PUT**. next
begins to Ihrl1'eL-lhlcn.! wanted, but be
tending fiictlons can get together was the only had
on from Starke. Magazine. Present imliuatious point to Hon., 'w. person been provided with paper.
occasion and it Is greatly to be hoped "not surprised when Marlon sent down but took no note. He lay back in his
J. Bryan an tile next standard beater of
., word that she would
the lesion will not be Altogether lost on The time will come when the lands iu ,-- - the Democratic party. lIe appears to "I want to tell you see about him. Mr. chair with the tips of his fingers together

the horde of political barnacles, who, the vicinity of Starke and Ills Ite lrment..Friend Gor- saying from time to time
: Lawtey willalt lie steadily gaining in strength, and it don.. he began as the butler closed the "What "
taking advantage of existing factional be utilized for -I bav n'4 seen for some wonderful fellows tbey were
you
berry culture. The lathe .concensus of opinion that he .U door. "Say, be' awful about the place Soon
strife time., root No. Fact Is I bar become after 2 o'clock a. m"Temple sent
are becoming more and more industry every and Ha can't do
grows year with (Its better equipped than ever for the any work, and he can't Arnold
ahameleiM and comae a good deal of A recluse lately. Friend hula band away to get some sleep after
arrogant in their. opera, growth A corresponding lucre!e responsibilities of tike highest gift of I his keep o3 the telephone It which he to
-I feared so. How much do you owe! satisfied! the examiners
be don't
tfcna.s' quiet down
n our store of the coin of the realm < and write those
I .._ Palatka Times-Herald. logic.
-- :o ... party.- II. au.uld .v ry qll..tsoa.t' .
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The Fox and the %
Coon 'In-' (
L J Mirl-ul. ciiHiouis of tlio 1'arsi-es) says: -
Tlu niiproiicu\ of that transition we t' ,i d? r
--- -- cnn dyad IK 1\ signal for the relativesto R : y, '

Nl] crisp and frosty winter his brush was longer, thicker :mi Ilr i, ,. th'-l lm the presoiu'iof. the dying/ one ;.;:: ".., ', I'l /<

O morning Old Fox wan rather tor In every respect thnn his (1< : lt t Z"lIl-\\'ahl(priest! alone rcmululng to whisper[ ,. .. .
late la getting up and start wus not great/ while until, nli.-it, ". "I|i precepts Into his ear. Ho '. .
ing out to( see what oil the tho bitter wind and wcntlicr.. ilur, t 11, In turn passes out of the room and ad- "
iiiiN' a dog, who IM tniliu-il, to
people were doing and what was going water In the air boles l hP1f1i1l i rn.v,,i::. gaze'h'tdlly
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Into the face of the
a on In the world generally. He fouinT and as It did so tilt twlnsc; ;nil p' i, I .V dying one. .'( .
dons I is nivtmiiti'il the living
only .
himself by and by walking along the nt his tall canned. by the, li-c. trw. ''iln; 'iviitm I thnt ran terrorize the .

river blink contentedly) ; : o 'vns.ttlol, or Mog stare Vi
rounded the point of a hill \ ( ,
Is the hint ulRht the Pursoolias on .
Cousin Coon who was ( I arth.( No I :
human shadow nllstbter.\ t
with a fine string of crawfish : "
vine: otherwise the guai-ainu virtue of f' .
shoulder. ( : the dog's! !gaze In annulled." .
'Good morning; cousin," ,;" .{. *l (
"What Is that ( ", ; f "vy
coon. you Tn 9"(rni i nn Atutialtitance."To .. ". :' ;4F '
about this Into, In the l \ '.' 'JI ,i.
m-riiiH' nn ncnuulutaneo" was ,
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you have bad your breakfast orl..lniiteil l">y the Kniperor Hadrian. ., : \; Jt I"'

right for you.to be singing \ Ones when( visiting, tho public bath ho r J ., ,. ..: 1
tune, but If you liavra't you tutu, mi oM veteran scraping himself 4., fit l' .

ter cut your song,short or It before'l with u iilorp''' of broken croi-kery t .
you bnd luck." of nn Iron or copper scraper. Hudrlun, ...
.
'"Good morning to you. .. gavo Elm u sum of money to provide r
I was just making up a new the tietvHxary' nmterlnls. for n bath and ," r.' ,.
sing at the next council\ fire on MH next t visit to the Institution .. .'
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thought about the bad Juck n found It full of veterans, scraping/ thum8elv -. -

bring, but tell me, where did < with potsherds. "Scrape' away >, .
your fine string of crawfish? KuullcnuMi. but you shall not scrape an '.
but those are 1ftIB' ones. You ] ,\ aoiiunliit.iuco. with me," was IJadrlan's SI'' '
l
rf
ways to be a most lucky ,' comment as he' went out. I
"Oh that's because you :\ \ ...t
j This'Space, Belongs to .'v r
me singing along the road :\ 'n.e. 1"", '.'" Inoon.l"<*ney. T r- lit.,". ..
"Tou speak of the brooks," said the
critic I : no! ho looked over his friend's :t ;> '

} PIMMII nature' / "II, tho most joyous things In '*( THE NEW YORK RACKET STORE "

f..' .. "So they are," said tho poet. V I \ .
/ / "Hut you are inconsistent:" .

/ "r.ocuuso"Why?" later -., \,";" Watch Its S
t I on you say they are 5 :
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ilut1 (lug Him.Mr. ..1; .. It Bomothlng of Interest to you will iipix-ur lure port week. '.'

IlIt" I n.I't'mI dUln't see you last "k 'I "
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uinlny-:! Miss Cutting- Oh. yon '. .
I, wu.t iiiivo I if you saw me at alii Mr. >J.:. : : I/\ ,, :; '
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1 : n01'1'1lI I-or--beg; pardon. I don't un- t.' I
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I lel'lIlm.II"II\ Cutting say you .
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V I UW ait- Sunday you must have seen '
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1'\r+,ll mo kist, for I was careful to Belt you .I"I\\ i ..., ..
first.--I'hUadelphia] Press. "
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Sc er. Ca... i, i,". ,,
.. "llow dill/. your sea voyage work, .1. ';-
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fj T h h A ,,f \BlKltyI: ?" ; -..11'&' N '.,, ,,,;. .
-I I Ivus! Iii such a Btuto of collapse .. ,.'. p '...I'i
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i a 1 ,t4'y whiMi" I reached Liverpool that I ca. i + ua
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( //ira: 1 )'l, i+f,ii u
bled bark\ to learn whether I hadthrown )'
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up my Job." z' "' : ,
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I.ulu-You should got him to sign the 'I

pledge! before you marry him. BabaVhy. 'I

\ In doesn't drink.: Lulu-No, but ,

till!!' Ills.'I ho may be tempted\ to later. '.\ ',

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If thou wouldst have a brother frank r iYI. .
to thee be frank to him.-Cli'**' .

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Labor to keep alive in your breaat /.J ..
that little spark of celestial fire called ; ., .

j. conscience..Oeorge Washington. I. .


t ; Ho ivlio cnn suppress u moment's anger I
L ra
may by so doing prevent a day of I
sorrow for himself and another.-Success i ..._ ._..
"LET YOUR BUSHY TAIL OO DOWN INTO TUB WATKK."
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have had my breakfast and aa for To tell] you how angry he was Iwll\ --

these I picked them up down)Ion the not try.

river. It was easy Bay youtcaD ,do "The beggarly scamp!" be cried: "I'll ::< S
It easier than I did since yourttallUi' pay him back for this if I get out with

even bushier than mlo ." a whole or a half of my poor tall."

"No( remarks please about our tails, After making several vain efforts to.
Cousin Coon but just tell me- how :you release himself from the uncomfortable i Starke Ice Co. F. A. FISHER

did It." scrape that be was In end causing, ,

"Well. If you want to try It(I'll tell thereby only severe pain to himself, lie,

you Just how I did It thoagh\I will happened to glance toward one of tile 8 -TARKE, FLORIDA. General Merchant
lay to you first that It'takes a*lot: of larger air holes under the river liunUand
patience and waiting." saw a dark muzzle and some peering i ." and Agent For \

"I'll promise to Ude the patience: It eyes gazing wonderingly at blui. ICE.

you will go ahead and tell me aboutIt. "Oh. Uncle Heaver" ho cried, "can S INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. MACHINERY
Can't you see that I am Impatient you not help me out of this great trou
now to know and to be off and try It?: ble that has befallen me?'*

Pointing In the direction from*which Old Fox: then related the whole story O Prompt Attention to Mail! and Telegraphic Orders.
be bad come Cousin Coon said: of the coon's trickery.. Uncle Beaver
_' "Just down around the high \ bank\ listened quietly to the poor fellow's 9 WHITE FOU PRICES.

there you will find a place wherettbere troubles and, trying very hard to(

are many air boles! In the IceGo I smother a grin which seemed deter -
down there choose one of the [holes mined to come,t he 'darted under the u 'FIlE.Merida w
near the bank where the water to not water and swam out under the ice below a

too deep sit down by It and let your the fox.: ._ cflaltl
bushy tall go down Into the water anti He worked for some little time sad. f

stay there. By and by the crawfish finally succeeded In loosening jtuo Old (l/ld.'lIllnlt1T fair AssociationNOVKMDttll rn,,"
will come along and get theftptncb- Fax's tall from the frozen air hole. Hit
ers tangled up In the-fiir, .and whenijlt then bobbed up to the surface again : font T-> no11"11

begins to feel heavy you must glveta and told the fox that he thought that i t I QJ .% ... .. .. .. I I.f I.

quick spring Into the air, and there lie could now pull up his flab line. He if 1

you have them scattered all over UM cautioned the fox that hereafter he iI f tro ,( ..I.....t./c ....( /-.? q .. .
Ice around the bole. You must quicklygather
mutt! be very careful about trying: Day iI
them up before they bays a of Cousin Coon's plans for the reason I for /a' ciy., CJ./... (j.- ,, /y....ATUPA 1t 1tw".r I 1
chance to get back Inta'the water. "It
that there might not be any one aroundto
Is really the best plan/for fishing thatI help him out at another time. I
have tried for a long-time." I Old Fox listened attentively to tbH -

"Oh, yes. sure thattU: easy. And li good advice and thanked his wise old "'
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mAt the way you gotjyours; uncle. He wished to do something I ; ;-
"To be sure. Go and try It yourself.I whereby the great service that bud
am about to freeze bere In this wind .
been done
for him might always be re err
telling you about It. See that you sit membered. so he scraped up a handfulof II FU,1906 j ,
till long enough and' then leap high 4 r
the soft, light snow which: coveredthe I 1 hI
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when you Jump. ice around them and, carefully rubbing -
Having finished the.coon Started on It over the fur around l"ol'lulleaver'lI
bill house to '' choice
his way to joy'Ills
nose made that fur a lighter
dinner. lIe chuckled to himself as bethought color than the rest Granulated: Sugar 20 Ibs. (for . . . $1.00 I
of Old Fox: sitting down ion the .
frozen river In the sharp Icy; wlud Again thanking his uncle ho trotted< Eastern Bacon per Ib . . . . .10
hun-
t1getenta.n.;: sadly off down the river bank DISEASE LURKSIN .. .
waiting for the crawfish
grier lilnmelf
than
ever and vowing to
geed la his brush. Of,course lit was WOODEN BEDS
that he

all lila manner.a having story caught that he.,the bad/told t era wfisti tfceUox In that of i trick Washington Cousin that would he Star Coon find had a'put for way the upon to play beggarly him.evenwith I I Even and'with dirt the from greatest lodging care in the you inaccessible can not prevent crevices disease crack F.F A; FISHER, lawley,, Flo* 'r" T Tfi ;


Old Fox bowev'er,*wan not so\well .and joints of all wooden beds. ..
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acquainted with the pranks of". his Beds I '- "
Frank' are
rilcbt. Clean"and ABSOLUTELY HYGIENIC !.
"Always .
tricky cousin and readily believed!all Frank comes Into the boo In a tor- The a -i: I "
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been told him. 1pri. \
that had lIe hurried $ry Might. !
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on to find the placer where the little "Mercy on us!" exclaim hilt fatter I __ -' -.. -- '
air holes were In the/Ice. lIe was not "How you look! You are soaked: ft1 1kiihr(5)[ .IS. : ;

greatly pleased to note when, be came "Plense, papa. I fell Into the canal." @ "'y.; < :;01" .
to( the place that it warn under'lhe north _What! With new trouser sifecbtoacSg } "' "
your ,{ :
side of the bill and right whore' the SPARKflAN #ij ,, : -.
; on' t&DO VO c n. ,)..,. .. '':'' ','. .' \., ...
freezing wind had a clear )-", '
( sweep. "Yes papa. I didn't hUG time to < itll-.. ,, .." .
Thinking, however only dt',the nice take them '* -
ort! "
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lot of flan that he would catch,he soon 1 ?, "Snowy.White," or "Sanitaire Gold" and PLANT CITY, ';: "\\1 ,': : .:

decided on which one of the air holes Wbr It E...... It othlfinfshes? smooth and hard as marble. Every point : "

would b*the best. Ha pat hlwtall] IntoIt. Why does. rubber erase pencil mark'fRoys I of many"SANrTAIRE BEDS" impenetrated by fresh air and sunlight Mail Order Liquor H() t.,
squatted himself on his hnuncbes. ami "
girl often ask that question.It 1 !
the use of "SANrr AIR! Bens. t ,._ W:, ; ,'t%' ;!.: \ .
called his stock of licked Is Physicians urge '' '1 ( "
up patience ; chiefly! because the rubber con! \ '' :' .F '.\ '
for Ten-years-servlce "' A Foil' Line of .llJDramU : 7 : ': 'I ;. ,.
his chops at the imaginary viands\ that lams a large proportion of carbon. We guarantee SAMITAIJIE BEDS ." ; ":
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would soon be forthcoming'and await The black carbon and our rice '" of Wl.Ukrjr. k. "r, .., .' '1:
lead of the pencil (U wm r you to call at our store see ''1.>\' C'" 1f 1
It Casc"aWhiakles. I
ed development He netvcr doubted and iron and the carbon of the rubber pay t of the Most.Up.Tc >-Date" Beds made.| Barrel Whiskies : .i. '. ." ,:".. 1

for a moment but that he would catch' fca* so great an>> attraction for It that assortment ;'fie.s:;..,,. qua, ', ';'0:;;,, ,j\\ ". ,J"-\. ,
a finer lot of fish than $3 to f$ ptr pI ... ,t, +
him rcoailn. forbad ; It readily takes up the trace left on ToTsale by YELYERTON FURNITURE CO. Slarke Fla -: .
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Notlw In. hereby given' that 0,I.,. Peck and J. Nonce. 1* hereby aima that A. T>. Andrmv .
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frequently results from neglect of clolt. .When our soldiers went to Cuba and K. ClnmonH. pun-l>UM<.. of Tux: O'.rHfli-ato No. i ", imrohruwr. of Tax CHittacato No. 44.
; Rod bowels and torpid liver, until COil the Philippine health\ wan the most HIT' ,dat<, l the 9d dBY of July. A. D. 1MK luwfllod ducat tie Std day of July A.It. IHUO\ IUM filtximjldcertltluateln
f' : chronic. This coudition Willis T. Haiti ccrtlfloato. In tar utH .. and have made niTOffW and has mole .
becomes important
Btlpatlon; consideration. ppUcatlun fur *<1 to Awuu in itcuurdHnoa pU'alton for tax, ? *! to iwme in apoorrtaiwTawith ,
Dr dt.ttl !?
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. is unknown to those who use Morgan retired Commissary Sergeant with law. t pmbmneii the fulluw law. Ratduortlflneteemhranowthefollow. original lemon
t Klnir's New Life Pills; the bolt amKtinthMit U, S. A.,. of .floral;J Route 1. Coucord, Inn
  • regulators of tomoclr' aud bowel N. 1I..II&r.I; : 1 was two years, in Cuba Florid*,to-wlt: county. Florida, to-wlt medicine, cures indigestion, con-

    : *. Guaranteed by all druggists. Price and two years in the Pbillpimw. and lot l43 11'of in lot eon a DO and tp n"%.,of nuta lot 10*>Hid 1". 100 ny4>eenw.The of.njfof nonMi Hw'i! of nw"i of two 2, tp 5., range 30 e,4O I liver efinatinn mid hiliocsness.. arous-

    \ 2("o.i being subject to cold, I took L>r, Kiul'sNew Hald lend being nmiriKKxl at the date of the Said land being HMWiwml. at the data of tho is.enanosof inp: the liver to proper neailhy
    Discovery for Consumption which .rtilioat in the of II '
    snob name
    iHHUHnce uf r nnoh oertlflcata In Win name of Chan... nauseates 0
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    The Fort Pierce correspondent of tin kept me la perfect health. And now, (r. A. IrilllM.. UnlHiw .said nnrtlfloata nhnllw Robert A. Oo. Unliow wildcorttrtratM be action. It never '
    i ..rwlwmiHl. R<'(>otodlnlt to bow,'tux deed will law and thoroughly.t .
    Titnes-Uuiou says that a tempting offeihoa In New Ham lllre, we find It the best redeemedwounllug to tax diwd will IH- but-acts gently
    thaUOTH
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    the lane thurwin on due thereon on thu gripes,
    lieon made to the Florid Kant medicine in ; world for coughs, colds
    DAY OF JUNE A.D. HOI. BOTH DAY OB1' JUNE, A. D. 1UUB.
    Count Hallway to move their divisioi bronchial troubles and all long dise/ue's. ALL DfiUGGlSTSI
    Witness ftlM I..1 l signature unit jitxil thin Witness official CENTS-AT
    my my nlRnntara and neal this DOSES-50
    I point to !Stuart: which is being coiiitid Guaranteed at; All drugrcl t.. Price GOe( the aith duy ufMiiT. : A. l>. I. S the 2S"1*'"' M"t A. D. IIUJII. 50
    erod. and fl.OO. Trial! bottle free.' [REAL] W. 4. WKKKH, [tBEALJ. W. T. WKKKS
    ('1'1r O't O't Brwlfonl Co. Fin O1'k'ti'bItrwffunln.l : Tin.
    '' Don't. Don't let your child nnffei The peach growers of the.lAko Helen By W. 11:, WAINRIQHTb. : 0. By W.K. WAINRIUHTblhApplication .
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    can' cure Ie ---- -
    that oofcgb'when
    with you and DttLand suctions are' jubilant over
    ; with Ballard'ii Ilorehoand Syrup a BUn, the prospect for a heavy crop of flue Application for Tax Deed. for Tax Deed.

    cure for cough, bronchitis intineuza fruit aud good prices.A .
    dineiises. 13 a Ridrhtgjpnrelsser ( Notice l In hereby given that p.: M.
    croup and pulmonary ay Notlne IH hiTchy given. that E. G. : ,
    B. B. Laughter By. of 'lax: Uortlfliiato No. 2M.: dntwl Gornto. purchaser' of Tax Ue.rtlfl.-nto No (M.dnfcxl I
    it. her baby
    bottle and -
    try happy mother will that
    see .. flW From Lockjaw)
    the Ixt Any of Juno, A. D. IIMM, liaM fliei Hnicl th let day of June, A. D. 10UH HAM. I I' Death
    tialla Mltw., writes: I have two cmldma I.i properly cared for! to do thin a eprtl5.ef5inm oflleeanti I linn' mode appUratlon "onrtiflcattt in ray oltlcm and haw mole application i Serpent Cites dressed
    . the I tried babies :; ; i fur tux aimd t v unto In annordnncawith never follows an injury with
    who had croup. many) rood purgative U neoofwary. Many fur tax di**! to IwnH in w-nordnm-H wltltluw. India, n I4 aro stomach"
    In .
    ; l nnrtlflrate Kmliramw the following IHW. tkddeertia'ateembnuvethnt.dlowtug are op common Bucklen's Arnica SI VA. Its anttoi-iitir!
    but I must Hal
    dilloreut remodios( say you suffer from worms and their mothers < For the
    I' dwcrllmd Hltuatod hi Bnelfonlcounty with us. I
    property' and disorders
    ltuat d in Bnulfonl liver prevent blood
    teeribdproperty county healing
    " Horcliound Syrup: Is the beht croup am! don't know it., If your baby is feverish ,Florida, to-wlt: r Florida,to-wlt; la-ttor however there in a sore remedy: and Cliiw properties OHWiJcI, mcrclinnt, of

    .1 rough" modiciue I ever oiwd. Sold by all and doetu't sleep at night it is N}{of lot !W In Woodlnwn,8 18,tp 5 1, range. ,S14 10 of nw J
    . druggists/ l Vermlfn troubled with' .'.:win worms.White'churn opt these* worms Cream 23 The e. add land being moiwwd at tho dute of Thn 0 said acres land""inll..l. .. at the date of rhIxmwnce .. medicine of which S. A.Tl Brawn rotoredmy IfcnnottBville Seth Burch, of this place, of the u .(liHt 1

    An nukubwn; negro man and woman in mild; OUCH tried thoiHMnanrtiof Hn drowned in tha surf Thursdaynour a plenwuit way. hark Htralmrn. Unless acid .rtld."t". & (IIllt....... UUIWM|, wild citrtlflciatu.! shell wife to perfect health, alter yi'iirsof I wounds burns Bud goros. 25o at nil
    were
    .' Bench. always used! .Give it a trial. Price 260 shell 1m nilMnu arrordlng law tax dod be redtemdmarontgtolowtax" : deed will.. Buffering' with dynix'iihln and aclironItally ,
    Pablo
    .at all druggist will IrtMiiH Mittruoik on the sue tlifn-on ou tlioflOTH liver. Klt'ctrio Bitters cure druggists;
    torpid
    BOTH DAY OF JUNE A. D. lids DAY OH1 JUNE: A. D. Intnl. bihonHiiPhH,
    ; few who know how miilaria, .
    Tliero are I jxiople Notice has another chills aud fever, CO.t'obor..tITe."This
    tlmt .
    been official and .
    given Wltn.JOY signature Heal thin
    Witness odlclnl signatnreanti soil; till and <<
    to take euro/ of tlieramilvos-tho majoritydo dividend of 5 per cent will bo paid to !lith!nir: day of May, A. D. live. mith day of May. A. D. HUM. : lame buck, kidney troubles bladdijr ," exclaimed the orator, "Is a
    not. The liver Is a post /Important the creditors of the defunct Lakeland [REAL] w. T. WKKK9 ([-SEAL. ) %. T. WE K""'. dlaorders. Sold on guiirautee by nation! As beforo the fall\ of
    in the body. Herbiue will keep organ Bank, the checks having! been sont toJaokllOn'Ville By W. E. WAIN RIQHTb.al. By W. E. W.A1ISIUUHT, D. U. I Home everything was rotten, so todayin
    it in condition. V. C. Bimpkiiifl, Alba) ,, the
    In order to be signed by
    our erstwhile\ fair land everything"Just -
    Texas writoit. : I have used Herbine foe
    - -- --- .
    court officiate and they will be 1-- r Brrli.Mohnmmedans
    proper oioo-o
    struck him fairly.
    chiUa and fever and dud it the beat medicine Into here an egg
    Uicmselvcs
    ready for distribution: in a few days. I divide
    I ever nxed. I would not be with Sunn!, Ills nostrils dilated."I .

    for out prown-np it. It is as WK good>ple,for and children I recommend as! it; id IP YOU.. WANT. WATER- ., -"irirrnriinminnnrsinrnmmrnrnrrrirnnrrmrrrinnnnnrr." " " " " " ," " the two Persians principal representing sectlJ- hlah/ the and bulk latter.of I' desire to add," that ho continued this egg! ,Is"before corroborative retiring

    it. It in fine for la grippe. Sold Wall -- the former, the Turks of tine Philadelphia Ledger
    evidence. -
    druggists .;/ ,, If Yon Want. an Engine, if You Want The chief points on which they dUJ'erIIro
    THEE
    OongregHiiiaii Frank Clark will .boone Irrigating Plaut, the condition of the soul after A Cane For lJ.mp.tb.

    of the speakers on the occasion otMiami' -SEE YOUNG THE WELL MAN. sJ death and the 8uct"o101l of caliphs "I have three! children, whrf are the
    belief Is that there: Is one
    next mouth.Aiifleut, tenth. anniversary. celebration' Agent for the SMITH CfASOLINE KN- Five-Year ( ;ib j "The Immortal Sunnl Cod, whoso works are with very Imago of myself," sold Jones en

    GONE, an engine that work every time out beginning or cud and that ho will thusiastically. "

    :Rome in now merely a memOTT and don't take all the money you have be visible to the souls" of tlio blessed. "I pity the youngest, returned

    : ; of the {Hut. Ballard's Snow LlulMjt made daring yonr. life time to pay for It. while the Shlalis deuy tbe Immortalityof Brown quietly.

    :*_, in the family liniment of the 20th reutnry. A positive cure for rheumatism Box 85. V.' Alaohna :Inn.6U8n1' E Dividend the of Zoroaster will 'Because ho Is the one who will have

    barns, oats, sprains, neuralgia, principles mastery." to resemble you the longest t." Bald

    tto. Mr. 0. II. Kyniou, Btanberry, Mo.. _.. 0- == forever( contend for the Brown-Tit-Bits.
    writes i I have used Snow Liniment for :-::: \ HVtth regard to the prophet's successors w -.- '
    rheumatism and all pain. I can't Bay SEABOARDAir the Sunnls claim that the lawful

    enough In its praise '' Bold by> all drugD l successor of Mohammed was Abu
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    : gitlte.Wbs. .,' Line Railway. Policy Bebr and after him Omar, Osranu and Application for Tax: Deed.

    .. .. .' All. nephew and sou-ln-law of Moham I Notice In. hc-roliy given that E. .T. Wardpnn'htser
    .{
    the .if Tat CVrMHuatn No. car!: !, eltot.
    the .Tll Umm Cloven Hoofi.Legaods ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OP TRAINS.' med. The Shlalia however reject Ih.. /IH diiirof July- A. D. 1H9, hew fll.Hl sold
    .' of the devil are quite common == ISSUED BY == first three and hold that All was the f'i>rtltli'..t.. In my ounce end him, mule uppllratlon \ -
    Ete8 Ttl.e April ta't0u0No dud to |1"1' In wrortliini'Hltli
    for tax
    In Ireland, but the one wMch U oaly legitimate Buoeeosor. Shlahs pray ,
    luw. Hald nu"t4 the folluwhgdes.'MInl
    a most Interesting and least known per. but three times a day and enjoin pllfrrlmagea \ |irox>rty: Hlt\1Rttd in Brmlfurd rminty .
    haps la that which tells why the prince, ; 66.notb hound 3:23: p. m. I The Prudential I to Nejcf Kerbola/ Kazlmaln, FlurliLi, to.wit:

    : of the Infernal regions has split. hoofs,\ No. 84., I. 4:48: a. m.. Meshed\ << (Persia), Samari and Kum as Nw'i of i''i? of HBO.' II, tp. t(0., rnnRii SO o.
    of tliciHNniuu
    dnti
    Tim ,.I.ll"nd being IUWIWHIMI nt the
    like those of a cow beast. Moore alludes No. 94. ". I" 8:36: a. m.. -- well as to Mecca and Mvdlun. Sunnis *** of H'"'" rHrtm nt44 In thu nainu uf

    to the legend in his story of Bt NO"J43, south bound 11:43 a. m.No. Sfc-: PROVIDES FOR EARLY DISTRIBUTION OF PROFITS.! =::3f make pilgrimages only to the two lat C'ImH... Ifaibi-rti ('o. Utiliwn. "..hll''rttll"IIto.. tuxlsdwill ,

    Kevin and Kathleen at Glcndalough.la 55.II I. 4:34: p. m: -_ _--- ______ ._-...n___ -_ ter cities and pray five times a day. nliiUl IHHUII I" rttltH'nitfl tlu-ruun on iiPoctnliiiK thu to law

    that story Moore makes Bt. Kevin' No. 31. II .I' .f .12:05: a. mNos. ThIH-lJO\iC\ ;appeals strongly to the man who wants to protwt ::!: From this it can bo readily understoodthat 14TH DAY nf JULY A. D. 1'Hlfl.

    throw his former. ladylove over the == his family and at the same tinio realize i for himself a substautiala' ==i the circumstances of the Turks Witness my official HlKiintiirn and Hi-nl" this

    cliff In order to be rid of her Importunities 114 and ae "n hotn-cksentille- ---. an', = and early return on the premiums paid by him. This is done by tho rSiZl :: being In possession of the shrines of [SEAL] t1l0 Olh day of J\1"l'f-A.W. '1.'. WEEKS n IWH.,

    but the peasants of the Glonda- CxdarKaya No..41,81 Nlande4betweenJaekenlll. apportionment of dividends every five years. =3E Nejcf (Meshed AH), Kazimaln and Ker- (Tk O't O'tKnulf.inH'o"L.FluBy .
    I I.an.,i Tamps. : Nos. 58 and 53 bstwee( == devout W. E. WAlNmuHT. I'
    lough district give the story a more poetical Starke aDd ::: bela is' most displeasing to

    touch. They Insist that It was = Write today for Plans and Payments giving your age and occupation E Shlabs.;Blackwood's Magazine Notice of Application for Pardon.
    not Kathleen that was thrown over No. 63 leaves 4:30: a m., --

    the cliff but that It was Satan, who No. 82 arrives 2:50 p. m 8t.T"With It. Notice In. horebv given that after the "' plr'"-
    DUNCAN Starke Florida. 1i
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    1 Special Agent ( thin of ten duTM Prom' thlH into I will ale HIT
    had assumed the form of the lady In < The first day mother sent me to application\ for pardon hoforo. the PardoningH

    order to tempt the saint. The moment T.J.ORIFfL A<f tlw htati. :*. having, l Ieaq, ronrlit4tl: attlu
    of Bradford
    (lunrt
    the prince of evil toppled over the edge A..O MA.CI1ONBLL.: A.O. P. A.JacksonvilleCOffinseCaskets school was out. Afl I have gl'own olderI i-oiintv of the onVnxe of .IIII'1f! ( liquor In a

    of the yawning abyss he spread his bat. - The Prudential Life Ins. Co. of America. | find that a whole lot of people did the rounty This Juno having 4ith vot 1UOH.*.!!,a .aliiHt the Huni.

    ; like wings and sailed away In safety same tiling, and the sad part of the affair e-aa: -at RICHARD REYNOLDS.

    much to the surprise of he holy saint. == JOHN F. DRYDEN, Pros Homo Office, Newark N. J. 3 Is that too ninny of us never went -- Notice. -
    l tJ lAter on the devil again attempted to bll k. In life be careful that you don'tgo

    lay a snare for St.; Kevin: but the saint ;ADd a l'u1LloIIof\ === 17111(1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIilllllll homo at reccHS. If you start to learn Notion. hereby given that at.. 011\011111 of

    .managed, to get the arch Bend on holy : 2 i l j i l llllllllllllllllMALSBY 1 n trade or profession, stay by It and I the Board of Public Instruction for Bnulfordcounty
    ground where, of course be was help U n d e rt a.kers'] Supplies master It. Don't chase away at recess.If to bu held on Tuesday, tho 7th day. of

    I"'. While the devil was In this help. i> ,.--.-_ __ 0__ _.. you have a business attend. to It. August, KKiri( iu SturUo, a uniform Hyutrni oftext
    books w ill bu nd > < Always on'Jmcid.: The'.best < pt
    lees condition Kevin sawed off his legs Iioa't go home at recess. This going
    and attached cows' hoots to the service at the lowest prices. MACHINERY COMPANY homo at recess has sent many a business county In accordance with the ururtxlonx
    ,,, of chapter 4 stumps.. Since: that day Satan has been Special attention to Tula- man into bankruptcy. It has
    F. SCOTT I: L. W.KIC'KUTER,
    cloven, footed 'and. will. be until the end graph Orders., OF JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. caused mothers' tears to flow and County Hnp't Chalrnmn.,

    of time. mother hearts to ache. It has made 6-SiKia.
    it SAW MILLS ENOl NET BOILERS
    crusty old bachelors and sour old maids.

    Beho.a sad Ar..U.eta.' Registered Embalmer. PORTABLE. OUTFITS A SPECIALTY.Write It baa filled worlds with Ignorance:: and Notice.
    "It is possible to make echoes,'* said for made barren deserts of fertile plains. Four wmk after the first pnhlicHtlnn this, .
    O&talogua.Sold
    notice! w..wlll apply to fife H.m.1'1. J. I"'klo',
    "It Indeed easier to
    an architect I.. oa .'..rm.. Cor. Ward and JeHenon St..ta. Going )home at recess means that youhlu.t ('..Ullty Judge of Briwlforil county Florida for
    make than to destroy them.. In the Q.. Liyingston ear fallen asleep at the switch and an onirrtosdl, nt prlvatn situ<, ihofulluwingd.w'Missl
    C. )
    and .- IiincU.. IM'hnKlnlf[ to the. estate. ofAbram
    built their great temples ;
    post men your train has plunged Into the ditch. H. BtHcklaiid, dHceawml, Bltnat.nl In
    cathedrals with no thought of acoua'tlCl : tarke, Fla.WHENEVER.. Always stay until school Is out.-Os- Hn"lf"MI"1JItv. Florida, to-wlt:
    ..
    Mvi of spat of.wvthm 18 tp.8s., rang"2'.1.
    hence when the preached
    ; preacher ) Farmer ,. Pmtl"ItAiniKDD
    borne County (Kan. This lath day of.Tnn ,
    echoes rolled freely amid the grolnlngs STRrrKLAND,
    of the roof down the r'ws of sculptured For Your Liquors ALONZO H. STKICKLAND.
    The Air of London. ExuoutorH nf the Kxtato uf Abram II.
    columns and round and round There Is no fresh air In the heart of Strickland( ,d.l."
    the nave. With wires strung bore and
    to the conclusionsof
    according
    with tapestries spread .there, many of Order from the Mammoth Mail Order House. Send us a London a recent, Investigator. lie says: "No Sherirtf's Sale.

    ', the ochoea of the old world, building t Order.EADLIST evidence, of ozone was anywhere apparent rTNOERanclbv vlrtnuof a writ rf fl. fa.. UU -
    have been obliterated. There are echo In need of anything againIn Sample except at Dro'nswoo.ll'urk. lu unit. out of tho Circ-nlt'onrl Nth! Jmllclal
    I'lrcnlt of }Florida in out for timeeonntvof
    experts builders acquainted with. theb .$ : AND MAKE ORDER TODAY.Williams' tbe northeast. It was from the northeast Bradford, In a nertaln. pone' thtreln prn.lingwhpr'In
    science of acoustics whose specialty Is the 'drug line please the "'Intlvo.. blowing the A. P. Brnntley Oomiwnr wits coinElalnnnt -

    echoes' destruction. Sometimes their ; Private Soal_.--........._per bottle $1.50 Case_....---... $15.00 quarter and W. F.! UweiM. wait ,defendant. .
    had nil .
    the air l lost trace of ..
    remember that we keep bottle $1.50. {Ja ......... 16.00 nnd ozone been following.hs.'rib.cal
    tasks are hard. Today, an architect Old Forester' Sour Mash-----------per e. propi-rty of the dplendent,Hltuntv and ljln(
    takes thought of the echo. Ills building everything that belongsin DeSoto Pure Kye...._.......__....... -per bottle $1,85, Case...-...?__. 18.00 before- It had reat-bed Hydu park. At In Bnulrunl.t.unty Florida, to-wlt: COlli'nmn..lnlf
    Four bottles DeSoto : prepxtid-------------------- __ ._ 0.00 Bushey: pnrk, although practically a at lest !IK/ f..'t n fan ni corn r
    l express ?.00 ""
    Is constructed so as to exclude this of C'. N. Jon. land and running n law f,,,-'.,
    well Old Halifax 4 bottle prepaid, 3.5Q; bottles $4.50; 12 bottles,prepaid V.OO country district no ozone was present
    a equipped pharmacy thi
    Intruder. And knowing how to exclude nci w IHUj hot, th m-B'a its f u point
    1l "WilliamsNo., bottles .' 3.20; 0 $4.50:13: If. 9.00 la the air. London had not only abstracted within W: feet of: nw corn.ir: ft.tN. .fomw1

    r' It, he knows how to welcome it '.We pride ourselvds OUt Edge Pure Rye jag; per gallon _--..._-..__..........__..".' .. 8.00 the goodness out of the air land, thennn' pest" llll'j fit-t
    l also. I lave frequently In landscape KeystonePuro Rye;jug, per gallon........... .__..._......-_...._._. 8.00 that "wept, over It, but had. added to It Lake, Butler InH'joflot,HertIon lOln an.McKlnnuy'township S math 1"rv., range tit
    work put up summer houses and arranged ->. upon the purity of Huuuy Bonth Pure Rye, Jug, per pallon..__---...-...._.......-__.___ 8.CO the exhalations: from tbe breath nnd :f>not. ;and I will soil the sums.at public ontcry .

    rocks so ns to create an echo and the care City Pure Rye,jqg( gallon.- ..._-'*..''''_...'..h__..._ 2.01) human in (n.ntoftheroorthousedoorin the town ofStarkc
    our bodies of millions of beings and
    ''v there."-Exchange.: drugs Queen r DiKtilloxl Pure Rye, lag, per' ftnUou........"'..'._''_'.?*........ 1.05 ,tho during the t gal hours of nalu on Monday -
    of thousands of animals. Per.
    .......: .... 8.00 nf teus
    Kallon.....
    we use in putting up pre Laurel Valley Old Corn per -- --- -- 2D DAY JULY 1W 1,
    OF ,
    n..I... N. O. White Flue Corn ;jug, per gallon__.._........-.*....,.....,..,.., 3.60 son living within a one or two mite to the hlirhctit bidder for cash
    ,
    flogging In public and otherwise. Is scriptions.: \Ve have everything .N, O. White Bitter Corn, jug per gallon.?.--..__...-....?....._.,.__- 3.00: radius of Charing Cross cannot have ing for title.1 r purohaiier pay

    N. 0. Whit Corn : ug. per gallon_.____..._....-....-.-.._....._,. 1.63 fresh air entering their dwelling at J. P. BENNETT
    middle
    mediaeval) In the is to
    r not ages of ridicule and origin.not physical sufferingwas ,.that t usually Imported Juniper Gin, jug-per gallon_.... ......................... 4.00 any time." A. .Compl'tH IXDXO Atty. Sheriff Bradford tt-l( .
    3.00
    Holland Domestic Uin, jug per 1a1l0n-u--.
    sickroom ;
    needed In:tbe
    t' the means employed for the correctlon Holland Domestic Gin )ug per gallon.------------------------------ 3.00 De.p..t..

    T of wrongdoing; hence the pillory .and can 'secure in the Apple and Pencil Brandy per gallon, f'J.CO to.........:...--...-----..- 4.00 Aunt Kuth-"ris sad to grow old Notice to Debtors. and Creditors.

    ,, the stocks and the tliewe-a chair Jam. and N. E. Rum per gallon, $:a.50 to....._...?.......:.,.--..--- 7.00 Her Niece-How much would you give; Creditor and all claims
    suspended<< high over the heads of the shortest' time 'possible Rock and Rye. Peach and Honey, per gallon $3.00: to...,...--.-...-.. 4.00 to be as :young ns n Aunt Ruth-I iwaiiwt the MHtato. of J.p B..n of bracttfoul
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    I crowd In which women generally special preparationor Imported Sherry and Port Wines, per gallon, $3.60 to-------------r--- 7.00 !would almost submit to being as fool- their clams mnnty.,d..ly FlorlfU anthentlpat"d, dea.'nwri, ,to will the priwntllllf wider51t' '

    tr' colds, were brought to a sweet rea- any In'tJle line. We positively i. ish. .. lll1ln1Ht1'R.trIJr., within tbe time! preserllsri .
    whiskey
    onablencssv but the whipping post belongs ; appliance that may be Everything known { by mw, or they will bto fO.,1' barrel.1.
    refunded. and aU acid ettete....
    guarantee satisfaction or money I"' re.ns Iml..bt to "
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    to the Tudor The Eliza .
    age. *"'- to pay their] gild debts tto the AdJuln'
    bethan servant question was met by suggested by a doctor. H. fctratrlx forthwith.
    ORDER HOUSE DR. A. FREEMAN
    J. MAMMOTH MAIL .
    .. J.1W1LL1AMS, MRS. M. V. DEKIK.AdmlniHtratrlx !: .
    clogging girls for idleness on Sunday --- of the estate of

    ...' morning.:. But It was In the Hanoverian Smttmbff, Iknl our,frlrfl pit nttmytM an WEST BAY ST.. JACKSONVILLE. FLA. Office two doors west of Gaskiua' Drug 1o2JI.8w J. K.Eteklv,(lMt.-1.ii .

    period that flogging was carried lot u
    / to excess. As late ns 1804 six women ,,afo+rffoo" '0\'' 'were publicly flogged In Gloucester, ._, .' __ __ General .practice limited to work in auAaArl'
    beAoso they bad been found town, daylight rides out of town
    \i England o'C TEED
    and consultation.
    be..lq.: : __ STARKE DRUG CO., )

    ;;/ i ji"' ;"' ''Jli;ufK1' Dntol.. tI OFFICE HOURS .. 1:30: to 4 p,.m., BANK DEPOSIT
    '"IQ ; .._ .. Jlt. $5 000
    R.R.Fan Paid, NotetTalui
    STARKE FLORIDA and by appointment.
    "I- :Srenth.'teecher.ot boxing: pointsout BOO PREK COURSES

    that an aft of self defense approx-: I Ir H No UsetoSay BovdatCaM.WrtteQuickBEQROU :

    Imntrty. equivalent to jlu Jltsu was I U>B MABUSIIItaSCOU.m.l M..oa. .ga
    the seventeenth n. JONES n. D.,
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    I't'utury. .Its principles are expoundedin "The Best Drug Store. tkJLLHu COUCHAND

    a work by one Nicolas Peters pub- "The Purest Drugs PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
    llHhed at Amsterdam In 1674 and bearing / CURE THE LUNCS

    the ngtby explanatory title: The "The Most Experienced Prescriptionists," Ofno over Mitchell's Drug Store.

    art of wrestling and how one can protect "The Promptest Service." Residence '1'1>00. No. lee WITH Dr. King'sNew

    oneself .]n all kinds of quarrels cairn' "oun-IO to U a. m.. and 8 to 4 p.' m.

    C that may inx-ur; bow one can with agility -' SEEDS JUST SAYMitchell's At roaldrac In evening fonmiltatlon.

    and rupldity, repel all unfair" attacks Discovery

    and meet one's adversary with ]4.r..es/tM ,ttra..l of tM awe we '
    science. The .. ha..toaworld Drugstore P. D. HICKS Price
    The work la Illustrated. it.o.S.meaW..uv nd..ro heurlMrotn.s DR.
    author apparently Anticipated many of no cal wYh to grow tee meat FOR CONSUMPTION SOa"$1.00
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    the characteristic\ grips of the Japanese k.auntl LW..t PWI aowero IW cast e..earar tN tla..l .. THAT TELLS THE WHOLE STORY. DENTAL SURGEON. Frt Trial.

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    Wbo rt every time IM fs1U wfll D.evoly. pglllly Mloh.J.oo.. >ooooooooc Office on'second Floor Jones Building. or MONEY BACK.

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    Out of the tumult of bin doubt, be 'r 1'ue other : : the bungalow ,,r him effective fee
    ,, wildly I laughed. .\I yes, !" Ol cross to not Uiluoujburst < good, if good lain
    with an necasiun! "I'i Rupert a rivatHriUiat) being
    emerged | mu. run ,
    '' cm tallt.- 'oll'rt' smooth-but I from the obscuriij htm. I was a rancher when you met
    in himself] "It It cull< '"?,-. I tl Kum\ '" course she had e.r'\tor> an Instant dready "
    deuce ?
    ? She begun to blunter.. "If you ti "Good morning calK-d i Ann "1,II't| me; we stood In a different relation
    choice between us, my chau. n.:' > t'd him why du encouragtxl3Ianro, and yet strange effect?" from that which
    Isn'tthat
    a we now.
    | >ou Mill and laugh this occupy
    bad lltened. "
    good as Jack's. Her tolenii', I I h."' with hl\I'\ 1 saw .MHI yesterday! She hud apix-nled to her and she' ) Ills'eyes were shining. his r.i. .. ,, lla I true?" %

    Is duo to Ignorance of lilt I'i.I I, ''I., ... ltll"el'he| ,"|stol. I tell you. I'll blOW and his voice vibrant MS in nuininly,,, ; "Yes" title slowly answered, "("tt !tisn't

    HESTER ter. Mrs. Kelly must" tell h. you lob", Ungiliwi} ,.,,IH., It you don't "Rob should ba'owarllod' me" ahcouiplatfted. aid: "Come; with, uit the tY"t: ,? Iii, ," because of your nilue."

    He saw the light !In, IC..Ir.: '. i,"?",?, ''I 1 iinlsirltfht now t.i> III\'
    and its allurement was .sir.n, :. ,b-1y \ .sir advanced, the twu. little lads man she cuukl tr
    over before, but bo rcsolnt, i i\ '" 'i > ,., :-1'I play Jut ol1t.Io1o' rippearod In the she could! not see orwuuld not ae- alarm and considerate of my brother"IIe

    By HAMLIN GARLAND way to hid own fireside, Hi,,. f.., ]1'1", I'' cony i : and the sight of then Btei-lod' knowliHlge'thot Itayraccul had ventured He took her by the arm -\'',lt orlll1J-, looked disappointed. "Is that all?

    terly muse the entire evcnli-,, "' ,I' |b',,s tl: ,' little inothi-r't 11<'1I1.t. "00 away as far us bo dared in (revealing, Munro's feed to listen. You are not ufr.nd, uf I hoped\ you liked me for myself"
    CopvrifrM>a.by BooMn Garland the false posit' I privateillfe. She was too angry "
    .and u'Iln's "
    poverty 'I'.h| H. Hiu. "railed to then "Quick, me, are you? "I do -like you, she niiHwerrd.
    Munro bud cleverly placed died
    of bla, rl''s''ui.:' :, ,' I The to bo lust: 'As !her flaming wrath ,
    IIo repented K IIgot ]( vumnu turned" to HPO who was la Louis Has anything happen, ,d! u "I>o not press' me." She spoke sharpi .
    her door when he hoard her i flash ,
    "(food morning, Lady Ann! HOT t y ; and the desperate Nora: one's own him? a of resentment In her eye' .
    the V that a couplo of the Indop.i ,!, i "I",?, ,I' ,lh whrert( h<'r by (the wrist. "Olvo me the what comes of going( outside : -, "Ix>ul8 !is) safe With Kelly I 1":1 III tn "1 (didn't Intend to do 80," bo humbly
    day the peak
    fares Something unduly] presuming in 1 his tore'! had spent tho entire ,'I ,"I, \, ? 1\ Ilh) gun:" sir cjiiu-il. proper world. I shall shall leave never ,Bee I It see you because things !lm\e" iuiniii|,| ,,, i replied.. "I fear I've made a mess of It,

    irritated tier, and she him a Kelly: and that ono of tlxm: ti'i.ul' n "I( won't(L': I.u' BJ me!" shrieked the at once and Ilbope I to me,, Come I must see you ni"n'(> I' Just ns I have with all the rest of my
    tone gave
    ] intended to check and Numb great deal to Ann. The mini: "I'i ,il t |IllY lutnuVr., Jerking hard la the effort to or hear It spoken of again. They moved off up the path I tnunnl, life. Hut this morning when we uncovered -

    glance thank In the fact that Tracy -was -I mj, ,,"III,,. free her hmul., the overlook and notnltlutnndintf, < liar" I that vein It seemed as though

    him. "I am not quite of those well whom you.disdain: fellow studious. and capnl l > "? lit<, Ann seized l tho other nrm. "I prom I CHAITKR XVII.AN'S brave words, the girl WI".I"J i ,i m iiu- I bail n chance to ret.oV't'nlY\ place In

    ful lIe was abase. lie hugged himself and: a fool," Raymond said to liinir, 'y'I,? ise!," Mil. ",11101 quietly. Ulnj' her eyes I disgust! and bitterness of gust of this man's O\\'I'lI1a"Io'I'I111, ,.\ the world. I've wanted! U'u years of
    eyes a*
    shivered comically. "Wow, but Uin: threw away a chance to )h. bIlIJI')'. full iipiiii' those of the Infuriated wo accusation wore away Clteinent The mist closed. round 'iiuui.All I my life masquerading here and there,
    Don't do it again." man.lio., faced the resolving! sun of other human finished. Since I
    cold breeze! Some one must ceased to struggle.! :OOow .. signs) prrNeim-" but that In now you
    cans; a her scars i
    measured .
    ." it and and they soon u otl with
    not go anny appeared < iiKnnin !Mfe began to be serious business
    left the bars down. You're
    have CHAPTER XVINOT "You irximlneV"' against the breast of mighty Mogalyou. i a world of 'lr1'ay.light" IH'r,-!" mltliersky me You, smile, but you know what I
    going to draw the line on me are yoWhat ? I second day the Incident
    "I 1 In the dawn of the I horlion lino / IM 1 would give me
    do know against me?" n day passed Unit tlu< cap pnniiHi-; shameand nor nII/| n < All mean, und if you only

    "I know you nothing against you or tor of the patrol
    either" she replied. ,,' to- the door of tlK"iiy, drunkenly." "I don't trust yon. I'll kill terror was under'l strip of ground! beneath 111?'11' r ,
    you She wan turning to when he stop" and ]leap from his s.nidi', ,, you; turn, I Unow. Let KD me!" she Mntt's kindly counsel she Raymond stopped! nt last' niul held mist RI'.nu..llljbonlng: If infiltratedwith

    her and bill tone go was hard and with some fanciful grei-tlnn. ...i.iully I ealloili.ct! 1 gu or I'll smash your certain resignation."No ; need know toward Ann a small, Irregular( i pi'r' '> ...r n golden vapor. It was In: motion
    pet ourselves
    and ornately uttered. So nm,'" h. /ii". re- tlll"':" one but rock "Do you see that?" he.. h.na'r'Il)- also, and fur' to the westward small
    dry. "You were in Bozte yesterdu; what took place," he said In conclusion I'
    with Raymond. Don't do that again tamed of bill Kentucky brooiii"The I "Mate(! Oh, ltnttt": called Nora as and when .the .Inquired- pMtches of blue sky showed momen
    talebearer,
    When want nn escort let me know sheriff's army grow. al'\ I H,'",', t.ut I Hlie cliniet, despemtoly to that terrible "Woo is no sobers off she'll not remember She took wonderlnglj. "I. II .irV tarily. "It Is clearing." he said In a
    you herself
    not doe not march" ho iinnoiiin.d, ,I one wrist. woman I "Yes and it's heavy with\ gold. l"t'I- quiet voice, though his eyes were wet
    I'll send a man that knows enough a word of It. Furthermore, "
    to take a Indy Into danger and who morning. i ]Help\ Miiie< from" an unrxpected\ quarter warned liar that Jack would wring her I"'. luck has) won ngitin."i'. opi'u-' "Hie west wind U s"ttlnllln.
    vein that will make us l"uil\. ,rich:" The of the girl as she faced
    has 'savvy' enough to keep his horse!!! Ann could not understand ihu! hit I 1..1. n 111I morons defiance of. law this <'..iiissiirecklessness. thought of There was no tremor or doui t lu M* him thero In the mist was Bhtutug! all
    for the return trip. So I wouldn't give another "
    "What will you .1"<] when tone. conquering' In Its pulse and glow 1
    kind bu "
    "Thank you. You are very it does march?" It-not one. "Oh I'm so glad!" she cried' nut willaunal1'ede4 love' you, and, I want you to know It,
    "
    I'm not In need of additional protection I "1'11 try to forget It, the promised I
    "Meet it and bu'st it." pleasure "Now Mr\*. Kelly Home tlm I will ask you to be my
    ," Ana Icily replied. II humbly, but she could not at once put "
    she sold ti Mm II I- I to live In the valley ** It,'."
    "Goodby till tomorrow," ho called, "Tell] me, now, ut the experience out of mind. She could I can go "
    Wind the Kellys now\ he "You 1I11111t'not do that, she cried
    "what In n-ai 'Never
    time
    another your motive !
    after her In mockery, his voice ns mil I s only wnlt for tb&t, besotted face to fade
    steal as a bugle. ? Why should you be the that I 4 y'tt luto a grisly apparition. In the end : cried out Impatiently. "I lmn" n Rrnit out. "You will only ]lead up to disap F

    This Interview short ns It was, lethe pion of the rights; of labor?" s = she pitied the poor woman who loved deal to say to ;you, and I want tit, say) pointment. Pou't you see bow Imposstblu y

    girl with, the feeling of having beet lIe astonished her by Ktvlnji( hard, I 'c, t and was willing to defend her love. It hero. I'm going to try and. w In yon" !It I Is? You are of the west I ana

    hand earnestness for earnestness' "I'll tell chilled by the change Ills manner was exultant his. vulva a city dweller. 1 am not fitted to help
    grasped and shaken by a rude i Raymond was
    has with passion. "I am bold. ti> recklessness '1111. My whole! life and training have
    And yet her anger was not unmixed yon my lady, Labor got) to tight I In Ann-by a return to the cold aloofness tense )
    thing Tin- ) today." .been. such that I am totally unfitted fortho
    ThIs union Is the coming Xlarnett'siunilwns
    at
    of her
    with admiration. Ills magnificent audaclry manner
    and the grace and dash of hIs toilers hove not only got to stmid together .. I ch profoundly troubled by It lie had never been humble :Now.; IIP lift you would lend. 1'lense do> not
    tier masterful, an uuMMillover misread, tae It III not a question, of
    advance interested her. but they've got to drill I imp I The day following the womnn's visit rare above ,
    Raymond raw Munro riding awaj pen to have a little military training I vt Munro rodo down as usual to call and and his eyes burning ,down, \ Into your wealth or your poverty It's tof
    labor, in made her shrink and xlih" nit It own way of life, my own mind 1
    and wondered what his errand could and I'm going to give wtuteru seemed amazed when Mrs Kelly greet j hers
    have been, and when Louis told bin first lesson !In the power' of military or I ed him coldly. "Ann doe not want to from cold. don't want to hurt you but I mart tell
    II He misread the movement. "Ar.' YOll yon that It Is ImpoNHlble to think of-
    that the gambler had stopped and detained gauizatlon. I pee ;you' or any one else.this morningyou -'
    and she turnnd away
    Ann In the path his teeth net 1 it "Rob and Kelly both stand} for the '' least of all." warm enough r' he asked tomlrrly. 1 quite linpuHHlblel"

    anger. "The little hound!I" he growled thing that Is going out. They think any a11. 4 Munro whistled. "Another cold blast: hope you are for I want to tell '''''I- toward the cabin, now halt disclosed.Tint and.
    turn-,. hero on the side explain to you-why I am here f.otus door wits open and Kelly
    under his breath. "I'll put an end I to man has the same chance thc It's sure drafty up
    that!" but I tell you this! union that they tie hill Isn't It? What do you suppose lathe alt hero" lie Indicated n that rock. the two( lads were on the floor picking
    :No-; at n Hmifll, sack or ore. Mrs. Kelly
    spine! is the coming order.' I cause of It. This la our only opportunity. one
    Immediately upon finishing' his supper wore From the Inner room a clear, low will] kiiow-no one eon sec nn.V1II. l'l"kl'lul'' nt Ann l'lI1arhlnlr.( with tear
    and
    he went the path to Hanloy's I tc In truth, Kelly Raymond ( believe It, not
    up with voice icy ns'a mountain stream: replied you listen" on her,, cheek, "I don't
    rise to '
    find "the lookout.] Munro was In hie watching Munro's lIe I'.AMT noIn aII "Miss Rupert is not receiving "I will listen." Ibo said quietly| and ono word of Itt And It It's true Hob

    place, sitting high above his faro layout ] growing( complete uneasiness.control of wan the > ,imp. I b. Captain Muuro today or at any other took a seat, drawing her cloak: abouther I wnut you to keep It for (m."
    of sliver dollar almost II bwn of us*
    clicking a couple .Y. .., snit Kelly "I've
    and though he still deferred to tin-. onIon I time ,
    together talking with gleeful Intensityto Ii toward'tbe door. to you In finding It; now !do you be (of
    and Its committees, hU re>'tdess lIe took a step He took a seat a little In front, no
    Denver Dan, who stood at his shoulder his prompt execution of orders "What have I done to get a crack like that ho could see her fats, which wan. IIHI to mo In keeping It" .
    broadly smiling. The saloon was bravery, i '' "I will Matt! said Raymond and
    tbat7" In tim( taint "I've
    and. 111* knowledge ot111111111'1 radiant as n rose
    packed with men all In high spirits forms had made of him time chief Tho door closed with a decided jar been trying; to write you n letter eversine. the two men shook bands on a newcompact.
    over the precipitate flight of the sheriff. M Roth Matt and Nora were
    of command the only adequate and a bolt slid you came. I wanted to net myself [
    Munro him at last and called source with their new found
    sighted too engrossed
    understand X
    Munro bowed. "I Louis'. account
    force ou the peak Those on right with :you on
    out: "Hello, Rob! How goes It?" the regulative outside did not hesitate to "i-nl) him take the Lint But some day when you I love the lad, and I wanted, you to riches' to observe the deep sadness of
    Raymond did not reply till he reached feeling Jolly I'd like to know what to do lilm Itavmonil's lace
    "the arch devil of tho district and the "D are know that I was trying
    ItcILrIlIlI'OIn"uu/ .p
    his side. "I want to talk with 111/l> said Kelly "watch out for
    you whole western world was filled with gun/" has .frosted the nlr down here among good" "Now
    Jack" he said la a low voice. C'urrnn. He'll bate us out of It It he
    rushed. Into the the aspens. "I know that. I trust you now""That
    his doings his reckless specclieH. cooK of tin, liiiitHchuld,
    Munro Fiddled him for a moment tell said Nora with the cull I depend on you to stand off the
    "I but
    Ills tame had fired the heart of all room and\ 1 llmitf\ blnmelf ou the mad can you assurance Is sweet to me, "
    then turned to Dan. "Take my placo a directness of a woman who has known lawyers and tho gamblers.
    that thu only
    the dead shots and restless spirits of vivtih. UU lung/ llnnera encircled her I 'want to tell ;you now "
    "' called ADA
    minute. all her life. "Ann has) learned 1'he! mint U rising,
    rough men
    the west, and from an Irregular squad' thrust "l>lnp( III"! ho curtly cotninandeil. mystery; In my llfo Is thin: I am a
    Dan compiled, and Raymond led the the kind of life you live and she despises I *MIH""Were from tho doorway.As .
    of twenty-five or thirty men his forces 111111' mm', : I.'or.t. few momentsthu West Point cadet-I mean,
    Into the air and when they the sight of your face." looked, at she spoke a tremendous report
    way open ; bad risen to nearly 20O heavily armed woimm IItl'UIoIII1I1. then the revolver you really? !lire:
    were well out of the crowd he,turned and! hardy; horsemen. fell to till floor, and Nora For the first time In his life Munro him with such unmlstakablu relict and arose front the obscurity where the foe
    confounded lie stood for a moment : still rluntf.
    and said was
    : he faltered.!
    keen ejesupon gladness that
    Raymond though keeping Buatrhcil It up.AVoo "
    "You intercepted Miss Rupert to )Iunro, was unable to find coin+e tiirneil. the, gasping! hiccoughingcreotuic revolving an explanation. At last "Walt. I was only there two yearn. I "Now, what was that,? queried Matt,
    he said "Yon mustn't take enemy's and all stood\ transfixed with surprise
    am
    ,
    day? her out I court martluled for breach uf
    for war In any word or act of the gambler to the door uud flung was
    "I met her, yes. What about/ ?" nor could he fathom Ann's wind tin1 ground. "You dlunk. Oohome. report of me." discipline and j gross Inmibordlnntion nt and vague apprebennlou.
    "Just this. You're not fit to shake upon "We do not" said Nora calmly, Another nnd duller, report followed0110 -
    Kln" of third
    himself. tho
    either, toward Munro or 1'1111)|> huuie. Me Hiibho you-you beginning my year rush-
    the band of a decent girl, much less a a appeared to find Munro diverting and sabbu air." he said as bu bent above "Your wife has" called! on us .He hastened on. "You mustn't Judge, thnt shook the ground. Kelly

    cultured, high bred woman like Ann spoke of him only !In that way. If "he! ter. "Sly wife! me hastily. It came on my return after -

    Rupert, and you know !Itl"! understood his "lioiue life," it made no Ann fnlerpost'd. "Uou't hurt her "The woman who calls herself jour furlough. That's tho tluio when the

    Munro was staggered. "What business change in her attitude. It win Inconceivable "'1.10." wife. 'TIs" all one so far as 'we are routine and dlsclplluu pinch hardest.

    is it of yours?" he asked, with that a refined girl should tolerate He stood lioililo her while she slowly concerned. on the men. After two yearn of grind s

    Instant anger.Raymond's a man who passed from one Ignorant ree-iliuil: n hitting posture., "She belly Munro frowned. "Claire called! that 1 bated I had a visit homo- delicious -
    ;
    wrath was self contained. and vicious woman to another!, daiiKeloiii. Me 1 go tell Munlo. (She Here? Then with a leer.that walLcharacterl.Uc free time-nnd to get luck, Into

    "Keep ;your temper. Jack. We've summered and: yet Ann's greeting remained icru- light -me' kirk." of him, be added "I hope yon school, back Into those cold, grimy: !barracks -

    and wintered together and you Moue. If not friendly. What It was The poor' creature" now seemed dazed had a pleasant chat." was like golug! Into u utrult-

    can't make any mistakes about what 1 I when they wore alone, be dared not tad broken mid 1 begun to weep, and "Ask her. She did all the talklnV jacket .The first few. week'' after till

    mean. I know the kind of women you think- with ber tnrs> hecanio at abjectly pitiful Munro became very serious and very vacation ore times of disorder, a penalof

    live with end the kind of life you lead, As tor Raymond himself, he continued ns iiailietleiilly' tawdry ns she had winning ":-low, seo here, Nora" boyish devlltry'aud I took: my Hliuro'

    and I tell you to keep away from the to punish himself by putting nslde been liidnius ami inennclng, \ In her "Call me Mrs. Kelly" sho Int set In It.117* breach of dlnclpllno. wax

    Kelly; cabin." the many opportunities which cube to wrath. Aim Bliuddered, with a bitter shortly 1 V nothing more, than n boy'i frolic 1 I

    Munro did not snarl as Raymond expected. plead his own suit and took n morbid uauseii. n dl-order that was half' phys He was not smiling now' flit heart should have been punished fur It, anti ''
    In hi voice. "You tell Ann not to( that would have ended It, but I bated
    Ills voice became softly Insinuating sort of pleasure in his renunciation. teal *u-ukiwMS. half mental repulsion. was *
    cs lie said: "Suppose the There will be one mIlD at least who 'There win something ghastly beyond misjudge me. She must give' me It 'I' one of the officers, tho dHclnllunrlau.! \ -

    lady Invited me to call? Suppose she will not persecute her" be said savagely woriln. In this creature sitting In ut chance to square myself. I don't claim and when be rounded lue np lit rutted> I

    was Interested In my conversation? and beat his bent energies! to ter ulundoniiieiit In her rumpled fin to be a saint but I've been open and me till I lost my bend. UelnK, n quick

    The lady bad a chance to go. The path work of developing his mine. lb'-I cry wliUh the pitiless, sun dlsuected.stoo'pliiif. aboveboard! with every man or woman' tempered youth I answered him. lie r

    was open, but she lingered she smiled." One afternoon as Ann and Mrs. Kelly : \ situ' took tho miserable one I've ever had any dealings with. Whatever abused me shamefully, and I struck

    "You're a hart! I sat sewing and chatting together by the iirui. "(Jet up. You must not my past has been, I'm living on a him tn the face and that ended uu;

    Munro was now very confident "AmI woman suddenly appeared In the open sit there' ." different' plane now. 1'va cut off all stay at West I'olut. i "

    ? Ask the boy; be saw her talking door., She was large and high colored. Slowly the woman rose, all thought my old habits for ber sake I'm trying "Oh how' foolish. How wrong!" I r"I

    with me. I soy the lady was gracious." her hat was awry, and there was a I uf r.\e. :; swallowed. up In u wave of to live "p, to tier standard of things I "No, It was not wrong. 1 would, do a

    The gambler took on the air of an injured wild glare !In her eyes and n look In matiillln self pity. "You'ro all aginme know mlitf better than I am, but I can It again. The small sneak used a tone

    comrade. "Now see here, Rob;; her face that froze even Nora Into sl'l --all of je! I guess you wouldn't climb My family Is as good as hers. I hi addressing me which no man has. aright I
    stolen started right and( with the help of a : to use to another You wouldn'tsuppose '
    you're away out of limits. I acknowl ]lence. Both stared at their strimire like it ti.> linen your husband by
    edge I've known a whole lot of cheap visitor In breathless apprehension till anotli.T. womau. You let me alone! good woman I can get tack to where I a tone could hurt but It did. I'

    women but that's nil the more reason she pointed her unsteady finger at sho H nd to Woo with u fllllth of auger. was. I claim the work I'm doing here It cut like a lash. Well, Mint endedmy I

    why I should be able to tell when I Ann; and hoarsely cried out: You pigtail, what business ;you got to U worthy her approval. Ask her to let I. career M a soldier. My horn wile

    meet the.real thing. Her name U as "So ;you're the ono that's cut roe out?" lay hllllll< oil, U white lady T' me see her again." on the Ohio river, not fur from Cincinnati

    safe with me at with ;you. Probably The muscles of one check contorted] The u-uitiire 1)I'glto\ pour forth a Nora turned her face toward Ann's) and my family still !lives there. I

    she's tied up back In the states anyway and her eyelid drooped like that of a flood of r1le .epltliet. directed towardthe door and both) waited In silence but I Our whole country is rich In traditions

    so that neither of us baa any paralytic as she fixed a baleful look on i-atlent- Woo. who tried again and no sound came from the Inner room 'of General Grant and tny father bad ;

    chance of interesting her But it's an the astonished! girl. After a moment it n to lift her and wa In the midst and Nora sewing suffering in the line selected me out of all bU sous to be

    open course and no favors, and so longas pause she stepped uncertainly upon ot nit ,u !haw. I of wrath when Matt came of his face, said more kindly; "Ye may the soldier of his family. You know OHH' I 101" pea/ find I want vow to know ,.."

    she doesn't band me out the'icy the threshold and leaned against the round the\ rorncr of the houso. as welt go. The door will not open to bow' some men try to map their ed! to the door Just In time to see a tail) a r'

    mitt' I'm going to make the most of jamb.ellr' you'd better watch out. "\Vhuf, oil Oils?" ho asked sharply you till day nor at y other. careers Don't you see, I couldn't go bi.lloou.. sh"1"dj.'stically cloud of smoke rise ma

    my chance, and from this moment"hetook If you don't give him up I'll kill you:" Tinwoman suddenly rose to her feet, Munro turned and went oat with homer above* the mist bulging into ,r w

    off hIs hat-"! reform I throw up "She's crazy," whispered Nora. Neil aware thut a man bad arrived. bowed bead and Nora could not doubt "Yes: I can see U was hard, for your the blue sky above fns

    my Job at Hanley's. I cut off 'booze' The Intruder fumbled in her absurdly and. began t
    and I shake 'Eau Claire.' flamboyant skirt and at last! drew Voru run to her busbund. "Oh. :Matt One morning Ann. rose to a singular "Yes she's living yet. 1 write her refiecttVe tone that was) al-

    Raymond was Impressed by bus ri out a pistol.H OW you better hen!" drive lu-r away. Wo tried to kill us." light. ,In place of the clear, golden stmtulne every .week ,but not one word bus pest ('OlDie.i I ..rd

    vale manner. 'You can quit gambling she said jlth menacing calmness I "\\' K she? Who are yffu. and which had so often glorified her passed between my father and me "What was that?" asked Ann N r, v
    and 1 leave calm. "Who here anyway?" a blue-gray mist thick since my dismissal Naturally enough, i of the f
    hope you can liquor Ann rose, white and what" .lire you doing room lay against I "Home crazy dlvll under cover
    alone, but I see trouble when you are you? What do you\ want?" I The woman quite dismayed began ht'r"wl.odow| pane liaising the sao, I drifted west and Into cattle ranching. : mint has dynamited the Red Star shaft It :J ,.

    shake Claire. But that doesn't matter. "Who am I? I'm Jack Munro's wife. t retreat. "It's all right. She prom- ,' she put ber hand Into It-it was) like I liked the excitement of it, and I'd house." \
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    For the sake ot. old times I want to that's who I am. and I want you to let I [lm-,1 I'm going( now." : smoke, dry and cold! Dressing hurriedly be
    avoid a quarrel 1 with you. Jack. But I him alone, that' what I want Yon< I ",0 explained: "She Munlo's: wife. she entered the sitting room gradually became cow boss. and fore( taint crUm, the wind swept the hillside.,' ,;,r ".. ,;: '

    warn you that It Miss Rupert finds can understand that can't you?" Her I ,'II|)' t\llluk\ -alloe same dill)'. Take where Matt was helping his sons to man, and so you found me, with a few clear, and Kelly's fears were vertflad g r','

    your presence disagreeable you go, and big. flabby face again contorted !horribly !,m I.run-go shoot lady." lie pointedat dress. thousand dollars<< saver) up. Your corn- mist has dynamited the Red Star abaft j 4 ,t.h >-. ;;.

    you stay As you say, she is probably Aitu "Me: choke um. She fall on She stepped' to the door and looked lag changed every current In my life. .,uso and mill lay scattered over KII. r :"

    engaged to a better mad than either of Nora found tongue. "You go awayor I gloun.L :No get up. Nola catches gun." out with) vague alarm.' The vapor bad I became ambition to do something! dump and toward It the wholes camD k' ':

    us. But she 1* here because of the boy I'll call )Jatt." Deily followed the Invader.You go blotted out the world. Nothing could to be rich I came here!, I bought! t title emed bll lenlllll'. f ':" ': ..1 tt

    and I feel a certain responsibility for "Call him. What do I care for him? bark: to where you came from and stay be seen but the faint forma of one or mine and there shines my gold." He "Ob the unholy .Jackassva! mutter'. '.1

    them both and the man who presumes I ain't afraid of no man llvin'. ? o.1 I there or 'twill be the worse for ye. ye two cabins and a clump of nearby held It toward tier again. "Now I can ",11"Uy. "They've! opened thC door to )'". ,;" .. .,;(',,

    on a chance acquaintance with her will sir: let him come, But I got no war I miirderln omadhaun." trees, and she went back shivering and go home. My court martial becomes a Um wltcbev now. Come W. ,r

    answer to me." with ;you; you're all right. Dut that Ana went to her room and flung a little depressed. "I don't tike to Joke. Don't you( nee? My father Ithuman. may bo the next to suffer" uOil:'"

    "All right. Leave it to her Rob." thing there with her fancy dresses- I herself down( upon ber bed In such leave the peak on such: a day.1* aba said lie would not receive me poor -- ; ;, -' '

    said Munro almost Jocularly. "If she I'll pink her with a bullet if she don'tlet abasement a. she had never known In at last "I think I'll stay till the sun and disgraced. With big mine behind 0.. ti.d... .. '_......:-:' .' 4

    turns me down Til pull out of my own my Jack alone." oil her life. She could not deceiveherself. come out I want to think of It aa it me the case will be different" ""'lIlt an Idiot Hteveu* Ulaa'tbrnl" '. w.tpal;;;

    accord, lightning sure. Good nlghtr! If the drunken creature had swept a She tad brought/ this borrt- has been-radiant and inspiriting." MAre we all purchasable with gold( ?" "Yes. but bo ball one redeeming qua).'..1'}. .'f" J'J:!;

    Raymond walked away with a sense r-audful of mire Into her face Ana ble assault upon herself by something The cloud bung movelese for hours, she asked. Ity-bu's always tIIOC'7"! bow,...... : ', :i7JrOil .. a

    of failure. Mnaro had adroitly writhed could not have been more revolted than tolerance of Munro. impenetrable yet .re hltID.. A. bush Lila high mood sank a little. "Don't Iou!'."- -Slilw uk... 8eatln.l. '_ ." '.? t.1f:\'' '
    more ,;
    oat of his grasp and was probably exulting more degraded. Fixing a look of disdain I The woman's Ignorance and Ustei was Lu the air aa though some cllaa: ter.eonceakd misjudge me. It's not so clear in my .' .. .1+" .m'oM?}- {' .-'",

    at lila own cleverness. He was on the woman she said: "You are I \e'I.ncs\ her common voice her badJ1dtUc' aa yet was about to be dis mind aa when I met you at the door. The sione sharpen'*'';, kDlY-;. tam ,r''c' #", ... ": "''1,, j't"f.. ;,k i''.t

    troubled, too, ty the confident tone quite mistaken. Your Jack is less than garment.! ber I.ucredJble b4MI covered. About 10 o'clock as she stoodon Mouey doee help-you know It does. Itsvlf.riutnrclt.jc ... -4.f 1J' , g' dull a h : ;
    whlcfa Macro had taken In saying "The nothing to me. I; despise him and all of npeocb! all came back. "Ann the step wondering'' whether to It extend a man's power) It makes, '0- .'; ,I c ,-" ''.,!! '
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    \) Stores 4th? SAMPSON CITY ., ,. : -.. ,t ,.
    LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Will Close July THE BACK WAY. M .... ;
    We the undersigned merchants of :Mrs. B. Dyol and children, Mrs. F. lint of the r..u 1 lt..c.'I. J,

    Starke will close our places of business Jones and children, Misses ;Boodle bal....'. Aveuno of Escape From' Ills When I was a very little h'' I.\i1YfJtea\ : '".'.:

    .4' Krlx:, Krlx:, Kriz:, Krix.: on July 4tu except: for two or three Goodge, Amanda Dyal, Eva Jones, fi.Hair Creditor. Sir William Gregory In his 'a, oobltlti; .

    hour in the I Messrs. Ed. and Jerry Smith, Elias r In the year 1849': or thereabout bo- rapby, my grandfather, who tv.atthen:
    morning:
    Pitcher $1.76/ at Livingstons frill furls, Balzac undersecretary for Ireland toolf""mo. to-
    pumps J. W. SoofleM Robert Cone \worried by duns In
    M. J. Walter .
    Alvarez D. Boreo, Harper,
    the chief '
    took lodgings( in t'a.sy. then a village secretary's room In ,Dublfu .
    'Till'a' ice cream every day at Starkd Hodges, G. M. Sistruuk, J. W. Morgan, !and Mrs R A. Thomas us chaperon/ for Ran In the environs!, at a house In the Hue castle and formally introduced j; nerto',.

    Drug Company's. A. B. Crew, O. O. Livingston A. M. tho crowd, ,all went to White Springs Away BasH! There Is little remarkable Lord Melbourne. ';': .

    Darby, Max Bloom, J. II. Yelverton, hunt Snnciiiy all report a very pleas( about the front of tile house It U Just After I hud l been with him for' .Irn"'

    Joseph Eckert made a business trip to J. 8. Cassie, J. O. Alvarez, A. A. Johns ant time although they were disappointed I I a pliilnvblto, two storied French little time ho siilil, "Now, my boy'Mfs.there : }'.:

    Jacksonville Wednesday T. A. Knight & Co., J. W. White. ne the river had overflowed Don't have a falling out with I dwelUnu'of a hundred ycaro ago or of anything here you would like"'" ?

    today for "Yes," I nnMw red, pointing to{,,a
    and it that matter.Hut
    Into the springs was impossiblefor your hair. It might leave | "
    Till's ice at Starke I .
    cream day you
    every Jorge stick of
    and at very aenllnff wax.
    Notice ol Removal. in at the buck Is a garden
    to bathing
    Drug Company's. anyone go Then what? That would mean I the bottom of the garden Is a doorway "That's right," sold LordpreRtlug l\IelbOU"U" : ..
    a9 About July let I will move my millinery W. J. Jones has had his house ro- thin, scraggly, uneven leading into one of the Oldest lanes In on me a bundle of pens; "be,4:;.
    rough
    J. a. Alvarez Is having his home on stock to U D. Minor's stow! paired and painted, and, now has the hair. I'' the world. from the look ot It. Truly gin life early. All these things

    Madison .:root 1'&painted.i wbere I will have more room for the prettiest home In the neighborhood. Keep your hair at home I this rustle, with Its crumbling walls of to tIle public and your business

    i display of my goods. I solicit! the continued Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Chesscr, Mr. and Fasten it tightly to your scalp I I stone and plaster( Its ivy and Its shade always be to get out of the belongl
    Sheriff Joe F. Williams
    Deputy of at Fletcher and children and Mr. and You of happily, devoid much as yon cnn."-Pearson's
    Providence patronage of my customers Mrs. can easily do it with Ayer's overhanging trc-es, Is as .
    in
    was town Thursday the new stand and invite the public Mrs a. M.\ Griffin all visited Palatka Hair Vigor. It is of suggestions of modern "improvements" ..
    somethingmore to be, found Omens of Bricklayer. ,.. : 10,
    ,
    Messrs. J. II. and D. W. Moore, of generally to call aud inspect my offer. lust Saturday.W. than as anything Rrlckliiycrn believe It Is
    a simple hair dressing within the girdle of tho fortifications. vnlucky .Ai ', '
    'TlierosHft in logs in seasonable fashionable mil. T. Roberts went to( Kanapaha on
    town and
    ..were Wednesday.Mrs. lay the top brick at the north corner of -
    It is a hair medicine By means of this byway Balzac, .'" i \
    linery. NELLIE B. SA YLEII. business Saturday a Some of "
    4 near when Insistent voices from within the a building. them would lose
    J. M. toe cream Messrs. R. A. 'Jones and J. F. hall hair tonic, a hair food. house ) he worked a day's pay rather than imperil their ",t
    reached his
    ns
    ours!!
    E daily at the New York Racket Store. Unimproved [Lands For Sale. went to Sarko shopping Saturday. The beat kind of a testimonial in his little pavilion at the end of the future by doing such a piece of work. I,

    I rain and hard winds did Sold for over' sixty: :year." A bricklayer often bricks up In the ''P
    The .
    F. O. Carpenter ii is up from Tampafor am offering for sale the following heavy garden could avoid the unpleasantnessof 1
    unimproved lauds: slight damage to the crops' here Mondayand I : ...Ay. : r Co.,IM>W.I .ye w. an 4ntervhnv with any holder of the hollow of a wall a horseshoe! with a \ ,
    a visit with relatives at Kingsley .waot..ru. of i
    cent tied to It. TMs he does for good "
    The .wK of tho set. of seta Tuesday overdue bill>! which throughout his life
    Lake. nw>4, Abr.J.O. SARSAPARILLA.CHERKY of his luck To Iny the first and last brick of .
    and aw>( of ge q of section 1)), township J. F. Chesser made a business trip to PILLS. experiments were tho only tangible* results anti typo- any building but a church brings!! goodluck

    Joe Wheeler Chapter U. D. O. will 0, range 22. Starke Tuesday. PECTORAL. founder. us. a printer to the bricklayer. Churches are !

    mart with Mrs. W. L. Wall Friday These hinds are all In easy roach of Jack Goodge spent'> Saturday and -_ ___ __ __ n __ n_ _____ ____ It needs but little Imagination to see the luckiest! buildings to work on; theaters it"'
    Jnly 6th.David. Starke and will be gold at a reasonable! Sunday at New River Picnic him hurry off down the lane, hatless are the unlucklost. It Is bad luck :
    at Graham.
    Price. E. S. 1\1.\\ Tl'IIEWS. There will be church here Sunday at and In slippers, to await events, while to break a h'ow'I.ew York Press. ,
    Jones, one of the solid citizens ..
    11 a. m., and Sunday school at 3:30: p. EDITOR TELTOKAPH: be dreams of exploiting the Jewels>! of -' 'a;
    of tho Hampton district, was In town Bids Wanted. nt. Please allow us space iu your paperto the Golconda or the silver mines of the V ,

    e Wednesday The Starke Ice Co., will receive bids announce that there will be a basket new ,,world.W. II. Helm In Critic. v..o..oa. "ar..a"m. 'ilJ;
    A Scotch visitor to tha Carlyles, in I'.f.
    at Graham
    picuio July 4th. (
    Mr. and Mrs. A. V. until Friday July 8th at 0 m., for THERESSA. Everybodycome
    Long and cliil- p. the.. Cheyne row, was much struck with a
    and the The *
    enjoy day.I. BlT t
    .dren are upending the week at Worthington 1000 cords of 4-foot pine wood, the mine It is getting to fuel like summer time Look ry at some I the sound proof room which the sage 1
    through a telescope
    Springs. to be split and seasoned.( Good and now. II. SUKKENCY, naked had contrived for himself In the attic, ltJ
    tiny'star invisible to the eye. '
    sufficient bond will be required of the Crops are looking much improved 11. T. OSTEKN, The light from that star perhaps left lighted from the top, and where no ;
    "White Mountain" refrigerators are contractor. Tho the Hriusou I. T. SURHKSOY, sight or sound from outside could pen t'
    company reserves Moswrn. Phillips, Co., went Its surface before the time of William
    supremo in the refrigerator world. We right to reject any or all bl the old friend, with unconscious sarcasm. -
    sell them. Yelverton. farther information call on J. K. Davis, a good time. quite Impossible-that the tiny star has
    "Hero yo may write and study
    Krix:, Krix. Krix, Krix.is secretary Btarko Ice Co. Mr. J. J. Zeiglor( I of SUrko, was visiting Unit Deaf People." since those days actually left off shining all the rest of your lift and no human
    "If you are deaf In one cur, said the but still \vo see It In our sky be- .
    his sisters here last week. being be ono bit the wiser
    Engineer Agin Has Broken Hand. boilermaker, "I don't care about giving cause the rays which started while It
    Messrs. W. G. Seals and E. II. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. James Norman, of "
    4 you a Job. ;yet shone are arriving moment by mo-
    of Hampton, were transacting business Engineer Harry M. Agin, of this city, Wateroak, were visiting D. L. Phillips "Whyy asked the applicant. ment, telling us the story of what the Joining; tho .Hunt.
    in Btarko was In a wreck at Morrlston last Mon Mrs. Imp'uuloull-IIere's a man suing -
    Tuesday. I on last Sunday "Because you can't tell what direction star was like hundreds of years ago, :
    day and came out of it with a painful Miss Gertie Leo sounds from hence for divorce because his wife goes
    I and her brother, come ; In a !before! It po/ted with itii brightness.
    Judge J. T. Will has accepted fracture of the bones I iu his like this through: his pockets. What would you '
    an left hand Eddie Leo, were visiting Misses Mirtie place you would be In great Perhaps, again we tire examining
    + invitation to deliver an oration at I Ha arrived home Thursday and, will and Liimie Phillips last Sunday. danger" through a large telescope a faint and do, John, dear, If you woke up tonight

    Gainesville on July 4th remain here until lie in able for duty Our public school will close this year's "How do you know I can't tell what faroS nebula a mass of whirling and found mo at your and pockets? Mr.
    Impecunious up help you
    direction sounds come from?" the
    'again. applicant gases the light of which has taken,
    , term on next Friday. look.-Woman's Home Companion.
    Buy a bottle of Krix at demanded.
    ; : Starke Drug. say, 10,000) years to get there. We see
    Co.'a. Kills roaches, fleas and insects W. 0. W. Picnic The Andreu Brothers hero are doinga ":--0 person deaf in one ear," repliedthe what the nebula was like In prehistoricages.

    .. of nil kinds. 0-IB-It rushing business at saw milling. bollcrmakcr, "can do so. A man It may since then have lessenedIn Reason For Gratltnde-
    On July 21st The Woodmen of the "Old Lit" has the boot cotton in our deaf in one ear will look behind him size and changed in shape. It may "So you're friendly. with Cranker, are
    a Special in Crex World of If off his right. lIe will you? Why, ho tell me that be won'thave ,
    offering : Rugs, the Magnolia Camp 140, Trovi- village. a gun goes on now wear a very different aspect, and
    popular floor covering, II.llsizel. np' to dence, Fla., are to give a plcnio.Ve Your correspondent paid Mr. M J. look up In the air If a child shrieks at men looking from earth 10,000 years n thing to do with you..
    I "That's Just why I feel kindly to-
    ( 9x1: feet, at Yelverton'. are arranging a very interesting pro BriiiKOU a visit on last week and we his feet. lie will look wildly In front hence will be able to see what that ward tho old crab."
    of him If locomotive whistles in his
    a nebula was like In our days. All these'
    gram for the day. Every body invited. surely feasted on Ash and on the old
    r t Messrs. W. II. Green, S.. B. Canon rear. A boiler shop Is no place for things help us to understand what the '
    t' K. T. TATUW. rattle snake mellous.
    Georgia! Oh they Uncomfortable.
    and Floyd Green of such a man.
    New Ulvcr.-Vwere Immensity of the stellar system la,
    Clerk W. O. W. were so nice. We tho visit "She didn't speak to her husband for
    t visitors in Starke Monday. *. enjoyed as "I knew I was like this said the and, yet more, to Imagine dimly what .
    our old friend Brinson is "but I didn't know all half six months
    *- always glad to applicant the measurement and extent of all
    Perfection "Blue Flume'; oil stoves, "My, It must have been very uncomfortable -
    Mrs. Walter Turner and little lIOn, of ready for have his friends to go to see him and lie deaf people were. creation must be Jf any such star sys "
    use in less than i !
    ,M&coleniiy, are guests at the home of Don't a minute. always makes them welcome. "They all are," said the boilermaker, tems float side by side throughout the '
    ' smoke; burn kerosene. See one "and shop Is no place for them."- : "Yes-for her.
    my
    Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Cation.Till' vast domains of space. -Chambers'
    in operation at Yolverton's. SHARON. Philadelphia Bulletin.Application Journal.
    t ice He! who can suppress a moment's an-
    cream day at Starke
    t Drug Company's.We every Mrs. N. E. Mahouo( anti. daughter, I Farmers are glad to see the sunny for Tax Deed: Labor to keep alive in your breast : ger may by so doing prevent a day of

    Miss Ethel, left Thursday for Boston days again. Notioe IB Ti-hy 'ivon that O. H ('hU..hllli that little spark of celestial fire called sorrow for himself and another.-Success

    lay your matting, we hang your River, Vt., where they will spend the There was church at Sharon Sunday, cntttrttaratn of of Ttut Jun.Ortlrtruto, A. D. 10UH No.Iinx Itl\\. iwlil conscience-George Washington.INSUR. Magazine.
    summer with relatives. En route K. In my olHoe and liiw uuuli* npiiliiatf ----
    preaching L. Thomas -- --
    they by
    shades without cost, when bought of nt. awl all report .>n fur tax tlmKl. to IHHUU In acuonlmirt with -- -- -- --- -
    Yelverton Furniture Co. will make a short stay at Washington,, hearing a good sermon. linv. mId oorttaratiembraces, tint following
    D. O., and other points of interest. Mimes cltwrllxxl urouorty Hltnntixl In Bradford county
    Martha
    and< Eliza :liiggs, of Florida' to-wit:
    . Judge Dekle issued a marriage license Starke, attended church at Sharon Ni-'i of nwlf exoopfc 10( nrmi In no' corner, of ANCE.
    4", Thursday to Mr.0. J. Cowley and Miss) Mrs. W. L. Wall and little son, Harold Saturday and Sunday and while here HI xi :21)), tp S H, range'fi o,containing 'IK)acres
    ;i., a Misses Eva Th wild laiul' bcliiff wwRwHl' at 'the'dntn oftlm ..
    Bottle Horsey, of Lake Butler. Truby, Maude cud Doa visited some of their friends :iHmuiiwt; of such oirtlllcut: in the IUUIIHfif
    i Weeks went to Unknown. Unltnw wiltl iMTtlHcmttiHlmll
    ; over Worthington The Sharon:! school will close Friday' riMliwmod lillY, tax d...tl
    Vudor porch shades and hammocks Im Recording to
    Springs Thursday to attend the opening with a. picnic. All are invited to come will .bMUti tlivreon+ on the J. R. O/\V\\(/5&00.
    : can't be beat. Selo them
    .. at Yetverton'sfurniture of the new Hotel Worthington. Theywill and enjoy the tiny 28TH DAY OF JULY, A. D. IDUrt.WitniiMM ,
    store. spend several my oftlrlnl Hlaimtum. nml oonlthUa.th
    days at this
    popular MissesVirlaandLeone A. D. 1m'l.
    Thomas spent day of Jan.-
    resort W. T. WKKKS, STARKE ... FLA.
    Robert Weeks went over to [SEAL: ] ,
    Sunday
    afternoon with Miss LouuieMoody. ('1k C't C't Brwlforil. lo.Fln.By .
    Worthington< Springs 'Thursday to attend '. W. B. WAIN KIUHT.. O. '
    CoL Max Kraus, the veteran drummer
    the opening ball at; Hotel Worth- was here during the week interviewing Miss Hettie Taylor will return to her
    :;; iiigton.Krix{ home near Highland
    t- the merchants! of Starke amnearby Saturday, after

    guaranteed to kill roaches. towns. In point of continuous teaching a very successful term of

    service Mr. Kraus is the oldest traveling !school at this place.

    Judge W. F!, Malphnra has acceptedan salesman In Florida and ho is one Mr. It. N Batten made a trip to

    invitation to deliver an address at a of the most popular. Jacksonville Tuesday.J. .

    MoHouio picnic to be given July 4th at; ;
    Z Olastee. Oar cotton down and "National Sanitary W. Morgrn, M. Ltsviton, G. C. \

    Elastic Felt" mattresses will stand Livingston, Clias. Brooking K. R.

    Mrs. J. E. Jones and daughter Miss the test of time. :Everything good I iu Tison, T. N. Limbaugh, Hill Adams, 1000 to 1 1It's

    Eunice, left Wednesday for Jackson- the furniture' line at Yelverton's. r'. A. Moore and U. L. Hall represented .

    ville, where they 'will. upend the summer tlm local lodge of Woodmen at the '

    t with relatives. FOR" SALC-Thirty acres of land, 30 picnic and log rolling in Jacksonville r

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    yfi :' Messrs. O. M. Kelly, J. D. Alderman strawberry land; largo dwelling house, Thursday afternoon and report a delightful a Harvard Brand. suit he's wearing.

    J. B. Calder and W. W. Chapman, of 4-rooiA tenant house barn and two time. A. E. Moitt not a ;:

    , ;i, Lake Butler, were transacting business good houses Woodman
    ' packing ; Ji miles from but went along to see the
    in Starke 'Thursday. dopot. Will be sold cheap for cosh. O. sport and boars testimony that the W. They are the kind that give )' FIT e, < ; ; .l.

    5'' II. Churchill, Law toy. -8-4t 6 O. W's. know how to have a good I } WEAR
    Mrs Adkins and daughter, Miss time. satisfaction in ) PRICE

    Omie, have gone to Mobile, Ala., I The trustees of Starke High School f e s :tt

    ''s" where they will be guests for. sometime hare selected three other members of At the mooting of the State Goal ;

    ti ; of Mrs. G. M. Wluiberly.Perse tIle faculty. for the coming year Miss I, Roads Association held iu Tallahassee -The hot days are here, if you are not

    OU Brooking; of this city, Miss Maude last week Col. W. 'T. Weeks was appointed
    L. Onskins arrived home Weiliiesday Waring, of Rockport, and Miss a member ,
    Wit' BriuNon, of the committee oil)
    afternoon '
    from Harvard University
    1f'c
    of luvernnsM, are the teachers legislation. .
    recently Brand"
    where he is taking the law course. elected. This leaves ouly one fitted out with "Harvard summer r ay,,,

    r lie will upend the summer vacations in the faculty. vacancy -

    here To Beautify Your. Complexion .a 4'

    :Messrs. A. A. Hazeu, (1. B. Colson, suit you are missing a good feeling
    th Judge Oeo. P. Ilnuoy, of Tallahassee IN. Tilt DAY. eau
    's? ,, J. A. Abbott, T. P. Ward and Lno X
    Jno. O. Cooper and A. II. King, of Harrell were in. town Thursday ."

    Jacksonville, and Fred. Cubberly, of route home from Jacksonville, where en NADIN0L'.ATHE that belongs to you. .;i ''

    Cedar Key, prominent attorneys, wore they. had been (n4 attendance at the BEAUTIFIER *

    d here Tuesday on business before Judge annual' picnic anti dog rolling of the (Foruwrljr .IrertlMd cud sold .. BatlnoU.) 'SSsfrgk

    Willa at circuit court chambers. Woodmen of the \
    d .. .. .- World. They reported
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    A TEXASVONDIin:
    ,
    Miss Louise LaPoutiwe' for several SOLD BY

    '.' One small bottle of the 'Texas Won. years a valued member of Starko High

    der, Hall's Great Discovery, cure all School faculty, has accepted a ixisition

    kidney and bladder troubles removes in the high school at Quincy for the r. FIRST-CLASS MERCHANTS.
    gravel cures. diabetes, eeminal emia-
    stone, weak and lame backs, rheumatism coming school yur. The loss of Miss

    and all irregularities of the kidneys LaFontlaee in very much regretted by

    and bladder in both men and women school patrons here. She is one of the

    children.. regYtlates If not bladder sold by trouble your drug-in the moat state.accomplished primary teachers in y zJ nnull tERIfJ THEY ARE HADE BY ,

    gin: *,. it will be sent by mall on receiptof
    ,U* One small bottle ia. two months' Sloe
    Kewarif
    $ .
    treatment and seldom fail to perfecta 100.I.

    cures> Dr." E. W. llall, Bole Manufac The rvodtM-K this pi will ha phnaad' to ... ..
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    that twit l t. 1
    turer. 'Y O., Box 629 St. Louis Mo. nt lwNE do wbd. dlw'ww: 1'. "' ,.,.". NADINOLA
    that'' Kclt-nrw ha* InirnUMW aM. t., en... In .1"" MEINHARDSCHAUL CO
    all "
    !Bend\ for tertlmoniAUn Sold by all ,mid ChAt ....-..t rrlL. ",,11'.('..t..rrh l'un is., ,. &
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    to the only wit I .
    druggists! IK v cum now known to the
    : mmll.til frnMniltT. ''. '' b.lnit ae >? NAWNOLA b guaranteed and ,
    : =: mooey
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    READ THIS mOlla.llmul H.11LCatarrhl'nreiit&c..n: ,,ml tr.i":: fundtd K it fails to remove freckles .

    .-Unr dirtily op-m the blurt ..ml mSSSTSK pimples Un, Mllon, Uvtnpofe. collar
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    Dyersburg.;Tenn.,' June J, J801 fwrn foundation of system the dlHHM th, ,,nly..:.,,1 d..t''lnl IIh1nl lh.the t_ dbeoloratiooj. black-bead. disfiguring cruptloaa New York and Savannah.
    This is to certify that I have used one sin.aronath( tyl.oll.llii. op th.> euntltatfimnd eic, to twenty day Leaves lbe -
    .I MHIMI> Mtani in loans .lt". work. hi akin
    bottle of tlieTexM Wonder.Haifa Great I > h..... 110 much faith ,In ltd T'- oro.prlnlun den IOlt. healthy, and reetores UK .
    Diiuovery, and liar been greatly bene- E2 were that they oft'.r One Hm4r!-. .DnltaSjnib beauty of youth. Endorsed by thouModk
    j
    for_yo.,- tbac It tellI..to aW'e. oval Ptiet SO
    nttrd. and for lies cents: and
    can cheerfully recommend it at' ....UmoaJabI.. $1.00 at aU leading:
    to the public. ,Add.YO..3. C'HJNn.: CO,ToJ..l lo, 0. drug notes, or by mall Prepared by ,
    ;tt K. OLflTON.l.W Sold b dracW......., 780.. National ,a.
    TaU tfaU'.Jo'alW1F' foroon tlp Uon. Toil.t Co.. Paris T.nn. -

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