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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 10, 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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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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vOL. XXVIII. STARKB. FLORIDA. AUGUST 10, ,5906. NO. 6. :.:

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BUSINESS- MEN TALK OF REVs MR. BROAD. HARVIE JORDAN: COUNTY' COMMISSIONERS WIN




I JOINS BAPTISTS. ISSUES CALL.SEA )


PROHIBITION AND BUSINESS. ., ...' FAVORABLE DECISION.LIVERY' '

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WILL BE BAPTISED AT PALATKA ISLAND COTTON GROWERSTO ; )

Committee From l man's Temperance ., PROCEEDINGS OF THE SCHOOL BOARD. NEXT SUNDAY. MEET. MEN ADVAME HACK FARE.TwentyFive Suit Brought By D. M. Gornto to Annul : ?. .
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Society Interview Them II I II I I Tax Levy For 1905 Dismissed
Regular Monthly Me ned a Held Tues I Cents straight! 1 Is the

About Conditions. day, August 7th. Has Been Pastor 01 Presbyterian I Extent. of (be Crop ol 1906 to Be .' v 'Charge', Now. I By Judge tan

The school board ni t August 7th with I Church In Starke For Ascertained and MlnlmutuPrice For a long time eitin ,IIf stark.- and .

SOME INTERESTING FIGURES. all members present. Minutes of last t Fazed our visitor'have iijovn"
meeting adopted.The Several Months fare with a round! trip' l'I"rltJ( ( nf J5

following text book were adopted { cents, but this ie i no mon Tilt livery

Commercial Interests] Snow Large : Lee's Readers Lippincott's Pl.vsiologles ', UcHi+'nrj Brawl, for several mouths President Harvle Jordan of ,the men have :a1l advauood tlio fnn to :J5 of Complainant Were Paid,

Fairbank' Home Qeograph) 110x1 t 1l11"Ior( of the Presbyterian churchill Georgia tall Florida Sea. Island" Cotton cent stralgth. Leaving No Grounds For

Growth During First Year of For the Junior high schools: General I' Stark.-. hue Joined the, Baptist church Association! issue. the following call It 1* very generally coca,dell that the

Eclectic Physical Oeottraphy of the to meetat charge of 85 cents Is not "' > Complaint. .
Prohibition, History, Colby' ; and en in-xt' Sunday will be baptlaed for a convention grower H8ivi\ considering
The sniierii. I Ga. August 80 awl 31, that backinen here.. rarely catch
Milne' Algebra. { and i"r'liiincd an a minister of that Valdoata on :
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tendent was authorized to have poblull'I '1 I. nomination. Mr. Broad is from England : 11)00) : a fare only at train time (till frequently| About three months ago Attorney

The lamp, temperance society of this ed a course of study for all the school uml prior' to coming to the United To the officers and member' of the make fruitless trips to the driNlt l>nt D. M. Uornto, of tills city, iuxtitutediroreodiititH

city ic taking a lively interest in the This will contain full instructions an to I :>r.i,,,. mi| done iniwiouAry work iu Sea Island Cotton Association;:of Georgia the advanced' rate In not altoKether> to test the validity of the

t. prohibition campaign now in progressin the price of all the books,, including tin Indiii lie carne to Htarke from Punta and Florida Under and by' virtueof relished: by hoppers from t tlio nearby tau levy matlebytlie board of county

other Bounties, and with a view to I In me n* president towns who pay an leach to downtown \
got
exchange price. GcMn tliiH Htato. durine the winter end authority Bested uomuiiiiHiouera for tlm year IUOA.\ The

'" helping heir colaborere meet the old Bills and reports examined/ and warrn was. pastor of the Presbyterian' church of your association, I hereby isatie .this from the depot H* their! railway proceedings wore flint brought in the

argument that prohibition kills towns rant issued as follows: until trio wet'kn ago when ha resigned. call for a convention of the growers of fare amount to. Title feature of) the name of O. II. Lamkiu, of) this city but

a committee was appointed to interview las Oabrlrlla Abbott '''_.,_.....'H'IN uti 1 Of his dlllll t' of faith Rev. J. J. long staple cotton in Georgia and.Flori situation i*, tegretabl. of fours, and Mr. Lamkin .shortly ufterwanl decided

the local business men and secure aol 11IO7 May May Klmnndy.-.v Wa.................?......,.--...:.-..._- :IlllMI 111< !a"' Farmer pastor 1 of the Baptiat church in da, to be held in the city of Valdosta the liverymen regret it no less than the that he did uot want to bo connected

r expression from them on the .subject. r.U BBEtlwardH I ..:..::..-.... --.T..'_,..:. 71) Mi':, Phlatkn who will baptise and ordain 0". on Thursday and Friday, August business men generally but tlicro is with the litigation cud hud the matter U
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The Telegraph has been furnished copiesf 11114 tlI18 L Ruby R OMn.Powell..r.. .......:..... tb 8.i i 1.101'i i1H1J1 linn HH.M.. in II ..i|;IIl'd Htatemeut: 80 and 31, 1900. Every county in the little profit in the hack: business, even at diNmimied. The suit wad Own brought

the replies of the businebu, men and FA dcotN..............._...........- J.5 states named where long staple i*grown the) advanced 'rate, and the
.. __.... 'Mr Brand that he has been In- ; liverymen in tho lame of Mrn. Minnie K. Gornto
1917 O 000.,..-................ -_ !HA l lW18 1M'' BHVH
I rewith publishes the first installment AO JraklnB........................,. 111\ mi VI'I-ti""lug the of difference should call a mass meeting of the farm have;maintained the service more for and terminated Monday, a ilttclHibii .
will be i 1010 lora K Junw......... ...._....,..961N i i1H80 questions|
The others published -
rf thum. A t) BmldeiueytT.....?,....... ... .. 70 :in: et\Mii> the di'iumiiMutions! and ]has era at their respective county seat in the convenience of the publio I hall for by Judgo U. M. Call favorable to the
tt week IPfti Beul.h (7 att.- .......: 411 n19J8 to
Oar MT..Utnr...:.............. ..... IWi I.( '' ''ullduI&hllt, \ the r-Hptlnta are right the near future, Dud elect delegate any hope of greatly swelling' their 1 lank: county.
Starke, 1'hv, July lUh! 1906. 1U24 "Bophle" inovbL......._............. M'M'< > from of lew. And it attend the convention.; The number of accounts. -: In making tho HHmiMiiciit, limt
IW6 B_0 Andrrww. .........._......... .16 i i11KM 'M'' n riptiiral' ixuut year
To WnoM rr MAY CONCERN: Manila MoElroy....................... HA mi1UIIO m for tins reiwoii he hits concluded to delegates will not be limited 00 an to Starke ought to have a down town the rcmllllllC"lollt'I'JIwvll'(1( Ilvu mills for

On Jane 22nd 1905 the day the RU Minnie t'rt.VUn."by............................_......._.._.. :-IU 1;M,K1IM1 (I.>i ueake (Ih.I ., i liHii&:e, enable aa many growers to be present as ickcc,'exprea:: and tcli-graph" olllw, anyway the road and bridge: fund nu(l l.'i!, mills

saloons were cloned/ by the Ckrnnty Com best <* W ..>IIf.---......._..r.m: MI1KH4 .' l>OHsi ble. and tills lOOms au opportune time for the general feud. Mr. Uoruto
Clara ('roooby............,....__....... ::10 MI1UH8 )
auisrionera, we made a statement of ourVamuea LUzIn. Maruhull__...,,..... ...... 5ft ,IK, WITH' THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS The object of the convention i* to to begin the agitation for it. Tlio patisonger claimed that in exceeding a ttallovy of
ate J AJ Plnholloter....:,.. ..., .,... 7U i"1HH7 renewed interest In the work of
train could
and the 22nd of June 1006, arouse easily be ttoppr! five mills fur thoHO the .
: on Ada Rearai _....._._.. ....\ 116 MI loI1MJH1"'M uouiluiiwionoru
.e luado another statement doing tills 111811 Mattle .1oyn..r......._...... i-........ 35 ,MI' organization; to examine Into the,'probable near the business center without great Iu excetHltul their authority
Record Their
ol Traosactloos at
1UHUIU41 W Lake---------_...___.... ..__.. 42 Aug-
R. for ,our C-a "ctisfactiou. The latter ; .... (IIII yield of the crop and fix a fair and i uconvAiience+ to the railway and to the, and sought to have tile levy! Hot Hld...
104H BNth M ....,........;... .. a ((1(1IIH11 usl Medina! minimum to ,the I
(: statement showed an iuoreaae over the tJlarIa $, app....__...._.._...... ....... !III ( profitable price grow. great convenience of the public, and the At tho tune tho ]pttN'etidingR were started
;! -!Ol'1U'C1J6 as follows: Increase 1\Ho&\ W J( ar..It,.__....:......__-........ -IOIJ) ,IIM) hits" I bliard, of county con m lllionnra er* during the coming eaBon and to location of the expreas office down town a great many of the miiaUor tai payers
IMS Bradford Ouonty Bank......._..___ -f'! oH48 >) '
.._ .muter of depositors 30 per cent. Incrtuuie B L Uru.b.,.. ._....,........ -..... M IK, met .\-iKUht ('tl with all members presut transact each other busmen as may I would save drayage on mAny small of the county had Judd| their titles and
947 0 L Mimill..._............ .. 7 (lIV <' Miuuti'H of putt meeting ajiprovod.R before the oonvention., Therefore received! and forwarded
In the smrtmt of 35 I come packages' by the ,
depoeita per loots L W KirkUter. .,;..:......... ....... 4 41&' litigation pruniim-d to cause eudleNsconfusion.
94B O W Aldertuaa..?.......... ..... S "mtOfiO J :SIIPI; ] >, 13. ,_. "mitli and D. W.Piu1tolster this call 1 is intended to reach all the long maineM men. With the hope of termiuat-
ut.The JOPopp".ll........... ..... ....... H4 (MI ]
people: of bua. .o ate botwr oil 7U 59 BS Matthew.......?._...... ........ 8 7It1M /\ i'oniilaii.] ;< u that tho valoa- staple grower of the two states named If condition ]hero Were properly] represented lug ttho matter the commissioner
O F Boott.................... T5 l U'' tiOIJ ilmeil on M.IIIO of their property and to their active cooperationand and of.
duajiciallv the moral sentiment ban im- i [ secure to the railway 1.101 i l the assessed
BM: 0 F Boott...._..i_.._ ...:.:: 1 'U express quietly[ | taxed against
ris "C d, and real crtt.. values have Pine Bill .ub-dletrict: \\'rl' exci'sHiv After Investigating the support. The,county delegate are facials these changes could very likely Mrs. Uoruto, leaving her without:

uUkttiiced 25 per: c ,Lit or more, in the 1\J1J11 Ada Nlmroo.._......_...__... J) onMW matter the board agroed/ that the assessments earnestly: urged to secure a* correct bo secured;but they will nevur come ground for complaint. .

."" pap ;year.! In my opinioi. .' '' >,4 B U Warren. ._......_..............45 Ul were ronsounbla antI refused to data as poatuble with reference to con so long .a* we suffer the incoiiVfitlunueNn During the pendency of the litigation
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.'. and dry election held the Brook.nb-dlatrlct. : mllko allY rhu11geM" dition of the crop and a forecast of the 'silence.- the, ta.lwalor have all been
were row the 11X15
910 May Kel1Jled: ,..... ............ BO VI year
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tu\v. would go dry by a lirt: majority disks .ub-dlMtrfct f Petition hy W.1: It. Green al., asking possible yield and to hare this Informa- I collected; : with the l exception;;; of the aaHOHHinont >

t..... a :; 11116' MB Hull........_....._.............. 1 let for a pnblu' road from Ward City, to lon; in hand at the convention. Efforts CHINESE: 'LABORERS SHIPPED BACK..\ against the Atlantic CoastLine

tine,190S.E.. P. Dt:'\CAN, Hampton aab-dlntrlet: ntorswt wiDi the Starke and LaCrosse will be made to secure reduced' railroad railway., The three other railway i

Oil A Baddemelor.................... .. OU
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Cswhier. R&l.ford subdistrict: rood near :Mrs Kelly's place, leaving rate for the benefit of delegate: Valdosta Proved i Unequal to Requirements ol traversing the county have paid aud it I

986 ...... .... Ward City and crossing the Waldo andLake 1* named because that city'was ', la the Atlautio Coast Line i
: Maggie Clyatt ._.........._ I (B Naval Stores Wen presumed
Starke, Fan, 1u1.26th,1906. Lawtey mb-lHtrlct: Cutler! road at J, M. Lewis, then agreed upon at the organisation of tho will do so without protest.

TO VFOIT MAY IM-EKCHT!: : 927 J O] PoPPtill........................... 5 I* the confer of action 3 at J. U. Brown's, association a* the point to be named for After an experiment revering olM'nod] '' of the case the Times-Uulon
Shaking
',.|'..* >:'*WEo' ha.vcd- ir Sta'-ke since Long Bridge eub-dINtrlet: thence to tha quarter Hue of section 83, future meetings of lit character// of about "'three nioiitlm, O W. Chase>. .

9H9 PM ... ...... ..__.... of Tnnmlay Hays
Baulmlght (OThonuui
? 45 the uavaL store cin'rator, with manager -
1S71); !e .d expect t' icmMn:: here. From mb-diitriot: following that line to R. II. Onsen's, Let all person interested attend the "Iu the Bradford county catto of Min f r

Jow bN-1.v.'ion cf condition aa a 984 O W Fogg----------__........_.... 16 *U thence to Wiley Kelly's and on to the convention. The time lies come for *. liave decided that the ollll'loYlIIl'Iat, ado };. domto, by her unit friend, D. I
'wet" town ant town he i fa Thorwua LaCrosse road said aN of Chinese: labor is ,a "t e.: a "dry' sub- lUt rict! tarke and ; petition active co-operation If good price to M. Uornto, vs. Bradford county and G.

co u.u'm that the gun prosperity la 940 JH Moore__..._...._............. 2U d
far border withv the salooan than with peon aunt-di.trlcl:1: lie secured and the road put iu good prompt and definite action be'1 keu. white labor,. In the mauafai turu of
11161 Kunlo MoOullog.......-.......... U 00 WilY of complaint was diuuiiiMod and the
it. 'Kor .. -11l' a town dry kill. without to the The and of the naval storedAboutthree:
v The board adjourned to meet September traveling Kh/lpo/ expense weekly daily press states ousts, to tio iiHHOHHed by Clerk P. D. Cas *
iiti ai'.now. 1'L.} not proved to be 4th. county with the exception of bridge named in the territory affected are' ear- mouths ago Mr Cluut), alloy placed upon the defendant county

-gearnt. iu the cage of Starke. O. F. SCOTT, Sec'y. across Mill l brauih which the county nestly requested to bablish this call for through* his agent iniiH>rt il in tin "The Halt grew' out of the tax asuesa iou.nt

alU, h "ojOTJ' were voted out ourtV'lIo'lty will( pay for. J. J. Morgan, R. II. the information of their rural. reader neighborhood of fifty Chluamea from on property. ] in Starke. The complainant /

: lias never been more pros.p9trn IMPORTANT MEETING OF THE G. & G. Green ami Wiley Kelly appointed to layout Your truly, Portland; Oregon, to ParaiiliHO aid Faire hold that the county comm i.. '

; :and' progressive for the given t the roul. IlABYiN JORDAN, baok, where Mr. Cluuw( own and Hloncra eactlfletl! their authority thetas f'

length of time. In fact since our town rectors( Are Cottt bills in State vs. Joe Bailey and President Sea Island Cotton Am'u.; Operates,'extensively: In naval toren. 11.II110'110"1' / !, being limited to five mill. ,. '
Determined to Push (be ,
;,has been voted dry, there ha been will Norwood la llover. F. O. SCHHIX, Beo'y, Tbere bat:been a waruty in negro'/ whiireiiN, thoy had levied six and cue- <

greater demand for lands and homes Construction Forward.An fctftta: pension claim of Mrs. Lydia Lake Butler, Fla. labor; and Mr. Chaos, who In also, a MKphoHphata' half mill The complafnane asked that ''

and dwellings here by outside parties Important meeting of the director WluUlieud approved. 'operator, bving/ nreHlilunt, of the tax-onlluctor be enjoined
than ever before and our home people of> the Gainesville Gulf railway wan Hills approved and scrip loaned a* fol- i Death of Mrs. Horrid.'" be: Dutton"Phosphate Company the and selling the lot for taxes. : .. ,

have made and are making, more substantial held In thia city Saturday full board targeetln1the; \ ; state oonreivod the l leathat'Chinamen the '" '
a lows: I The angel of death had again ;,visited "Hinee: the suit was commenced .I s ,
improvement than before. would bo the r"ir I
ever being present.
sacra Iran.htitrllnd.lHt.ru aiuonnt of the tax levied hat been paid
o:< our town and took front our midst Mr.
Signed, O. L. PEEK, There were many matters of impor- .. ........--....--.....--N |r.o'>' M. F, Florrid. substitute and simplify the labor (108n.i by some party without the consent of .' ,
Chairman Board of Co. Commissioners lance to ........ 4 U) tion In this At great, "Xl"'""'
come before the meeting, but Mnrthn. Th..mt..n.--. ............. .. .., .., aoo Mrs. Florrid had b en'confined to, her country.. ,l.-Htialn. thu complainant, leaving<< the case with ,y j}:
few of them were given out for publication JJIiiMl.r, OriftlM ,...................._ 110 Mr. CbaIl8 importud, thane Ci The follow :V ..'
,. Starke Fla., July 13th, 1006. : III.lin. .. .......... ...... .. j 00 room for several week and it' ha* been hotel atwhleb' uo right to be adjudicated. ,
W..1 II .
I have' been a citizen of Bradford at thl* time. It U known however W Ii Ir.i7i.-r .................Y-.r-. JJJJ known for some time that ihw could not built them : good, comfortable iiitf' in Judge/ Cairn decision In full: :' ... I
Kilt. .. .... ... Btsrtwl '.
bar > ........... -- to board at Panulim'l" : '
county since I860, and have been Clerkof preparation are being made for 1 "lIl't l| rirti. ..............._. ;..... IwI recover, end on :Tuesday evening Aug. olmrvcd "In Circuit Court Eighth Judicial ,; f a
extending the line southward Faire !B ........ .. ..... ._. to them offrigbtt;, but it wa' ,"
from Bradford
WhUm..r.( "'' of Florida County.Iu
the Circuit for 18 :yean and can Sold to Tampa, and it 1 Is said that there "/idlMHull II'n ..tlanlJloklr.............. I.011 00 nat 7th. surrounded by ,the loved one, from;{the; first, by reason of the rt! ult Circuit .

truthfully: that since the bar, room la plenty of money behind the 510.. ,.,.rlo.klln..l..n" ......mrrim.ri- she gently passed away' the, Chancery. "I,
: venture. '.... .... mri of the labor that they were not Inn
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have been voted out by: the people 'over Gainesville Sun .H .'""hy.I .. .........w.NiMiVrlonn .."-.......".160 Mr. Florrid wa*.born and ,reared In 'Mmtiie E. Oornto. by her next r "' 'r''

a year 'ago; every part of the conn* l..vnU.----."r ............_.. **""'.. .. ..111II 00 Georgia. She came to Hampton,,;some pie for tads class of work themstlvea l friend. vs. Bradford county et al.! .' ','..' .
ty ha moved forward, and the businessof of the rude bullying manner in the ..... ............_..J...._. AIMw'm'Vmnj.r fifteen year ago and ha sine made GradaiNllythe!l Cliiuamvu This cause coming on to be heard '. '-
.... ... the ,
.. .. 1 60 ''to become with '' '' '
every character ha increased in lobby. More p, O. boxe are'renti>d ........_"n"nim....L e W that place her home. She was' about-62 began impati.nt uHjn tho bill of complaint filed herein, < : *
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than !):rTln ........................ 11I1 :result,,that the management/ fl Ur defendants'and theiraxre ':Ii',
opinion at least 60 per' cent. And I ever before. A* a merchant I Ph.Il.lam1d11tigIiWr" 1I..wn. ......................_,... SIlo year of age and a, couacientiona Christian to O"'IUII.( the aimwer of I,

know in the town of Starke the county would ay collection are easier, have J M..rN"1I._, VHHInnm. ...........-_..... a* 00 11I1M..llr. respected by all ,who knew her decided' to: end them back tliu pursuits, l statementof facts, and having <: 'J-.., {:

site where' the only barrooms collected old accounts that were con ('r.llm.. "...(..lrllll1... .. ..........-.._........._.... 00 She I* survived by ,,a 'h .bauct"S..B';; Wltere-they:' could follow hwu submitted and it appearing to the f'y I -. ,
sidered ..,._..........._.._..__. WMr. for,which tltey are left 1..1".t4'd.. of ..
T. Will .
J. Judge
located that ha advanced no good. ,, (The liquor itaU F" J /1..1. Florrid two son Benjamin court that Hon. \
property in men got Nndth ............._.... ... 60 ; of out of
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before ( ........... ........ The; :result i.e. that tort1.tJlJotIt\ > I "
price at least 25 per cent and many of ) I submit my monthly sales! J.m..I..rr1.h. ... .... ,,. J "(1(1> Palatka, and Oscar.Fiorrld, of Jackrcn.ville by tho eighth/ circuit diaqnaluled by rj- "
for the past ,three &11l..1..tb JuhfM .. *...-. the Cft.OI"I will leave tomorrow of Interest In the subject matter ,;*:;J. i'\ 7, ;
our merchants, or come of them, that yean by months Turn r..U..1t ......--- COO and four dau< of
advocated wl all.ey'from a business bowing the wonderful Increase in bn i- aam "III1k.n..O.--...._..... ......_-....._. s.011 00J:1I."talInll Cherry of Bowling Spring, Mr. :M,'N.Ulanton peoialj.. car for their pla.* ,iit of laid salt, and it further appearing .f"f '
flees the past year the before $..rs fltwUDli., .. ......._..-._.............. 100Ellz. ,' of Plant abode ;>'>tr 1anol. The uiam'("ni that ninro! the filing of said bill of com. 'f,;i::':"
standpoint now say they were mistaken < over :year !: .... City, and Misses. .
......:.._ ._ .. ._ 1 ()() afcommwUtion '"
a* their business ha increased and (and the "dry"'did it):' ." Am..n.1K.. .Ail Th.s'........ .......... .:-_..., I 00Oll R na and LUU.,J'IoIricJ; 01 this city baa ,provided comfortable via the plaint the amount of said tax against : *:*i.

i*done satisfactorily: ; we have better 18084.lay 11104-1 10U64 GSltSR4!. ..VJID.U The sympathy: of the entlr community *;and the movement will bo N, the said property of complainant has.x. /.", j 'I i

attendance at our schools, and more e..1 33& .z. 814 t 400 VI' I...., janitor..............-......... 10 OO goes out to these loved. one la. *their, gad Atlantto Coast Line, Diiie Flyer and btN-npaidby some party without the'. '/:'..Vv:
June ...,, ,. A gnh, it.nprrvla.r. rt.totraUon..... lU! 4oWTw hour of brreavemeut. O. &"8C."LouJ. J1.a11rowJ. They Will I0 and farther' '- l ;ksk '1'I'' .
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200 / T of complainant,
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improvement made In, the .last :423H8 ,,' ,.akw antl.nfJI< .
:yew w' .l and l ,. : .# ;, .
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July ... 1 415walk.r ,
than we have had in five : ...... 212 890' 4'JO3U8 or W.akM, fn IKhI.m.k. _.. ,o* 1n7ILD..G.1I'1tII1t.. placed inPojCUnd in jOf'IIII'/UIOU that althoUgh tne s.Ne..ment be luegat, p, : { ; t ;
year previous. t.... bo..1oo fop lo"k. M M
I know from the 'records of my omce August ......... ''891 ,, ;280 K.tn. a .rommlwluiuir, 1 day : 'JSTwiinrlKh" A a_....... nail ft.tt-.41.-.I:12I8. .: GO, 1? .14 hoped that everybody will l 1 b4 t* cratlsfled there Is no night to be adjudicated in It.' :.n''\:.' .:.

September .,, .. 285 :' .. I oil won iaa.OPUTCsa s'Nr1Di for the eipcn"1'- therefore It I I. ordered. ,1 "'
more transfer of real estate and buri- ;; ? :>> 274 378; .110 r this, l this case; now .
for
October....... 86 f.iY..TD' .. 100I pw B+lad..e. e0ah ba FM4hnga __krC1Ag 1/ ItiM.vald that too contract !. decreed ,that said bill of t
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new transaction have been made titan ? 861 II P 1kmn.tt. ... 'h, '', adJoIl'tfllw.1!
iattBMm.. pobllMh'ir fewnnf ptwn.w :.. t_ -11I10 movemeue .')Ii -' !!
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ever before daring my time in office. November "... 822.: 579 4H: I B!:," ,.. and t._....-J"1I"..'"JJfcjj 75I Dr, I (I WIlIoo.ui"e.Pi4v., ;..;. W diM l '. land2 UamwrUto"ft I complaint be and the same U hereby '
December luhl'and Plan, Uithta........... ,* 0) DrJOWUIoo to'j. -
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for the :year' 1906 there were filed for ""... &T 11M 11511 I I.! ( eonnty atUjr-:T. 17 yW lf ,Military work af.i', i gW0 ;Taoeday.. r I ((1IICmlllH.'d at tow coat" of the defendantt'' 1
record in office 149 instrument January __..... 4M ',404 63J: Jl-I", &Ir" nUrtdlnr.l yI' ""Tnhin7JBj2. QL. +.darr... ." "' ..WJD, mrAem JaiSr.; ...:.._;.. ,jp JJj "tf.1' '. i the county of Bradford-which cost .4

ana from January my let 1008 to July 13tn1WM February _.._ 421 :1123 6'8; ( .L....I'w.t.x/M91...'" ...,.unt* ,......, .._....Umto._-. .1810n The county,treasure filed hi* month: : !l'lyal Meeting at Brooker. I are to I for* a.iiH which<#l let by execution&he'clerk liMroe.of March A4f rma5eorfWlyd0m! Onaatr .11II110SO ly report showing amount OB! load 'court 7
there have been 000 instrument .u-_: ln 595 l00: W W.JPrtllht: ..... on r...booll.. lee._. 1(4 WON 1 Julr8lt 1't4t"'A' : ''C.' Odom, Jr !IJ lltor of) the I 'I).me and ordered at chamber In
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W.. T. Waasts; 47ii'M;' W.1 An.b.-I Or1KI(.'.... zed hrldre:. -. 3e lit Road and Bridge f1lDl..: .!h5X -4>>21.86 sed .A 'mOIl' ..octroiat'.Brooker. ruttish Aq g .. 'R. N. O. U>Judge.--;
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Clerk of the Circuit Court. Showing 1ncrea.e I 1.301,1.,1IIUM. l0l'L Fine and Flrtettarefund.r.: .. 1 183.81 lug ; The town wt

wet year 1884.00 pork 1I1ar.. +. .ax pro .....--....--0/..... -4 00 MC Building fund.;....:..:..is.:; ,+ ;,..' 206.53: blytawakfcue In wligtonj matters Furnishings For Court House.
Starke.Fla., July 13th, 1008.A AIa4 tbe gees dry year'221a.oO Tux 1'.11.0' nod ancI ..rldp wok. 178 flU Bond fand.. ;; .ar.......r..raMr.i/sh91 ..e71" of the young
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;r 100"' "IIR t/ti"ifi 1i C tR All- 1 LECTION-'ENDS- IN RIOT. TWO( S, G. A. OFFICERS i BANDITS ROB QI RI.. DEEP

1,000 D J':: CHAINED I CRUELTY'1SSHOWN
rY One Mall I. Killed and Ten Other Two Men Loe Their Uve In Duel and
I Held Up .

''I' Fron* Are Injured.Altonton. >650 W MISSING I, Tenn at Memphle.Aug. 8.-On* man. ARE CONDEMNED Young Woman of Cnlt and Honor.El ..

Pa., Aug. 8.-Two car of .' '.ARE Memphis, another. fatally woundedand Reno, O4Ila" Aur, f.-Two AT CAMPS
the Lehlgh Valley Transit company was killed -- and robed

r 'carrying nearly one hundred 'passengers a. third Injured In a duel in the 'Waymen held UI' Corlnoa Jones.

"tl'r, collided head-on ',at Kofford's *f rolling place of the fifteenth district r tesnlt of .Cotton Association Roland and 1\1181 station
Witness In
railroad
SpecielCourC: Mutineers
to Try Dallas Tex., al Il Peonage Case Weak
J/ Second street and Randolph ,
chapel, 8 mile. from Atlentown, Sunday at North ) assaulted the woman

.. i killing\ :Motorman 3. W JDIIMrif. '.? _at,Sv.eborg..1rB : : road within a few minute. after thepolls Investigation.FJMDINQ.JPEUVERED.' as.... El were Reno captured, by a posse after a I j And Exhausted.

and seriously wounding ten other per< closed Thursday afternoon. -- unknown man

.; : eons One car was running from Philadelphia J. G. Wellington a"saloon ,,keeper: ,, ,TOJOHDANTh / suit In which an WAS INHUMANELY TREATED.

!fii.t, y to Macungle. : K'--Q.Y "' .AT, ,HELSINOFOH8EyeWjtnee at Thomas'avenue and Marble street, killed.Roland and Miss Jones, who

l When the Macuogle car reached,the wa riddled with buckshot from a re- waiting for
t.-- were '
people,
turnout beyond Hofford' 'chapel the } of Seine of Conflict With- peeling shotgun and died almO'lt'Intaotly. Commltte* Condemn Secretary young train at the station when two Investigation Are ,Concluded l and

}; :motorman threw the signal, giving Chestham and ot
Work Manager Fairchild In with pistols robbed them j Three Men Are Held Under Heavy
the car Trom Philadelphia clear lnForree/rlle of Terrible W. J. Cooke a watchman In a lumber assaulted Miss
Strong Tejrm*-CommltUeman and valuables, Bond for Trial In the United
i: ; track. With the grade In him favor Wrought by, Rebel*-The Barracks yard acting a* judge of election Sey. and fled. RolanJ sent word to States

:Motorman Es.er pulled out of the Ar.In'Total was shot In the aid, and will die. lie mour Make a, Few Remark. ; started after Court
Ruin
Reno
and
,: a posSe
witch and collided with the ttacuo! wa taken to'th'e city hospital
Atlanta, Aug. 3.-Th* committee ot Jobbers Pensacola. Fla. Aug. 4.- The Investigation .
gt* car, which was running rapidlyla( ; .He'.slngfors.. Aug.. 4.-one thousand B. :K. Conn another judge of election the Southern Cotton After ,tho train, on which the ,
association ot and
order to" the turn Both ot, the In chains appointed peonage slavery conditions !
gain out. mo- mutineer. are now residing at NorthVecondstreetand to escape, was
to ,Investigate charges men attempted at the Jackson Lumber
:: tormen s-tuck to their poeta and Dser; on Skattuddan Island Tbe mlsslog i Randolph road,. was shot, la the of against during the search, company
----- I officers the association made its rounded and camps,. at Lockhart by the United
till had his hand the when* "hl bii"61S0;
\ on brake eel. lIe warn not seriously hurt. On
to
.. "* : finding u'radal'and,, submitted it toPresident stranger started run. Stales court commissioner was begun'
released Ar to ;
died :ortepQiideni
permitted
from the wreck. lie an was The trouble arose over the county to call to stop, he was
L hour later, at a hospital.': look over th.. 'fortress of the main election which was held Thursday. I Harvle Jordan, who will lay heed a Friday and concluded Friday nighi.,"

General Manager' Hall l.lendauwel'es! all the otbir furl! It before the executive committee of down. and resulted In the unearthing ut u
place) th. Velllngton Insisted on being. present were
blame>> for the accident on Frlta. who, flc tions"eve dookInc 1 the town. at tbe counting of the Ballots, and In the national association at an earlya identified 1'he- two by prisoners Miss Jones and Doland.The terrible state of affairs, if the statements
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.... he say, disregarded the signal. 'Th ,scenes. proved the truth ot the an argument Wellington Is said to Tbe day a* possible.) dead man has not been of the witnesses told-upon tho
finding ,of the special
committee land true.
statonaenU v.$; r/vl(>usly cabled, that the have drawn a revolver and began tied. are

.' OFFICER" ,* RAID. CHJNE9B DIVE. mutineer. t.od,.th. upper hand la practically hooting. According to the story told 'litrollsl condemns the act ot Sec ___ Three men are held for trial unJer
f,11 :'ih. until the ar- retary Richard Cheatham In. speculating heavy bond. They are Root. Gallagher,
,fortres* s the police) Conn rushed out of the Two After. Dowle's Job.
. ,. even if it was for another parson Superintendent. N. Grace and Oscar
Father Think Savanah JointResponsible .flval'of tha :warships.Escort .
Opium tolling place secured a shotgun and Chloago, A Ull'lIStTw()
for Bon''Troubl. *,} by the correspondent as Mr. Cb.eatha.ra contended. 8. Dander the two latter also! em
I an pfflcer began firing. The first shot fairly filed t..t) "'M'ncates of
s Savannah Ga..Aug. G.-Il"be police'!! \ was shown all the minor riddled Wellington with buckshot' It also, states that It can find no reasonable for the oi'ke' ui general overseer ployes of the company. Many witnesses \
y barracks and and the excuse ,for Mr.. Clieuthaia were examined and all testified
Sunday night raided an' opium> joint fortifications Wellington kept on firing until he the the Christian Apostolic
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at Broughton. and Drayton streets :In wharf: and.;neighboring quays, which dropped, anJ when the amok of bat. using word .ecretar, In signing; church In Zion City In the directly or Indirectly as to how men
, I Bristled"vrlth Individual checks, as be did been beaten and ill-treated at the
the heart of the and mathlne: guns. Flagtatt when had
city Charles: tIe> cleared away Cooke wa foundon States circuit court Frldir. The
t.j Sing and Henry 'Long, Chinese t : bad'-been spllnterod' as If the the floor desperately wounded a making payments to the bucket shop didates are Wilbur Glen Vollva. camps.
f alEutlueerr'bad'tried to shoot tbe This. It i Is stated, meet with the The climax came when Manuel Jar-
charge away
wer while
earrested a whit bullet> from Wellington's revolver bar- took charge of the church and
. :man wa* taken In charge wit- Russian colors:" The most severe fire strongest condemnation by the comemitts demsl, a foreigner who had been
'..' a* .a lug pierced hla side ,.. City after Jhn Alexander
l n....*.' from'the fortress'was directed on the -' ; had been suspended, and Alfred brought from New York with others
' ., who 'he same findings are made In reference placed on the stand. So weak and
.' Superintendent of Police Garfunkel headquarter. 'of tile commander, CHARGE DECLARED UNTRUE. Bills, o former adherent ot was

'A''r: had worn out warrant'' before 'en wastorcet'to'seek: shelter in a better i> A. A. Fairchild manager who claims to be opposed to Vall exhausted that he could scarcely: noil

d' .tering th, joint upon Information furnished protected place. Letter Investigates Charges Against of the publicity bureau who admitted Dowie, through his attorneys, himself in a seat suffering from bruises

y by the, father 'of '8, IU,Reed _The .barrack1n'the vicinity showed Jackson Lumber Company that he owned stock in a bucket shot claIm, ati ,unnectlon with Bills. over the body and burn'ug up with
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plainly, the effect of the BcbtlngThey The committee made no recommendation a lever, he told his story lie had
of Jacksonville
the young man arrested Birmingham Ala., 'Aug. 3.-Emll Is "I to be ii large property
V t' .. here a few day ago on charge ;of ar'* lJQ'utlns more than tottering Lesser president of tbe.G.nnan.Jm.- believing; that a simple finding In Zlou! City, and has lived In been beaten with wiiipa, strain; in I ilia

;" the fuln. ,.upheld ,by iron girders The was all that was within I Kg power. face with clenched fists, and kicked
robbing Tybee.hotel.. Young,Reed migration society of Alabama, has returned city for live years Dowie,
:I. could not get dope In.Jacksonville a church'I In.whlch bang the memorial. from Lockhart, Ala., at The committee took occasion to say his attorneys Friday for the 'e<' In tho abdon.cu) and lower portions of

. father Bald :'of:the.Frencfi'and EpglI bombardment a woi < about what they believed to woulJ the body. He could not speak Ens-
and had .come to ,Savant which place he has been for three time, aniouuced that he no' >
'of 18SS wa struck several have been the motives that .Inspiredthe lash but pointed out CulU&'ier: In tho
nah to hit the pipe. It 1* to the ue days investigating the charges' of a candidate ,
\;;..' of opium that life Implication I in' the times. ,put If I. 'evident that the mutineers in the camp'of the Jackson peonage .charges and they aUi,. !dad, something courtroom as the msn wb'r had Inflicted .

';C{ alleged robbery I. attributed. )If :>a e. did not''w'in' to destroy the Lumber company.Mr. to say about the "IJro tCutlon" Anti French Agitation Spreading. most of too punlshrier.t. His

.' .' 'charged during the campaign. her that building;'ln'.plte of the fact that none Lesser has prepared a report and about bucket shops In general London. Aug. 4-A dispatch to story was told t hrou.<;h an IntPrpre-

r an opium joint was being conducted ot Its',window remain whole which will be submitted to Governor By ai t who heard the InvestigationIt Pall Mall Uuiette from Tangier, t.'" and so pitiful was hl< condition

'-, at the location where the raid "wa* 'Theri'Is'noquestion' that until the elks( in which he says that no traceof Is billov-cd the committee held a fished Saturday afternoon says .u at 'wh&n he conc'uded' sad could) )

'Fj:{,, :made' Sunday"night, hut. the .authori warship''cam) up the government peonage exists at the tamp: full f- ind fropnrtlal trial, securing ,highly sensational reports are /: I hardly leave the court room: piirae

"' ties'' made no arreet then. +. was powerless adequately to reply to His report in alt .....I-! '!) evidence and weighing fLocelv d here causing the utmost\ 's'' '>n up to place him IP a iosp'f
"I have
say part:
the mutineers ant able *t r ,Efen witnesses who u. ,.. ,. ..
was simply to Interviewed caw y. clten Jut dall' almost lio i iitlon oa" /e iu proper li 'LII t
nearly hundred .
a laborers
,;" Man I I. Shot From Ambueru; bold It., position1. The commander end have not found asingle had circul ,f teports" that were ( from the 'uu,r. r'IL ently;: during thu;) r 'Lt. 08I
bad.,scarcely ned. from his headquarter person bated only hearsay: t ldeac ,were.- I he "*" ands
West > ja ot a violent anti-French on We stand W" *
Point. Da., Aug.. 6.-Tom Williams who ,could or ,would :make I
''J a Lanette mill operator *?" tearing (them; a heap of fallen complaint about any summoned an! forced to admit that. lore The rebels are I < aua througfi fl', Inv
wa cruel
peonage! or
4'; hot near here by unknown parties,' ,ruin, when,tile, warships. crept up the treatment. All the. men I ,.poke to they knew not hlng. their Hilary contingents around I :v,' ;
,; and* Is, thought to be' In a dying con coa'st'and, opened fire. ,Taken un stated they could leave if they wished Both l>r utIon and Jefeuse wr* rakesh' (Morocco City), the f i'oui _.." ;, "Mt he had rww<*lv*.t.

,' dltlon., party awares'without; leaders and with but given till,, and f'e oppor,,unity to capital, and there Is no doubt \ Mrs Mary Paul Jones an' Mrs. Gib-
.tij; With J If!
a ot
friend has
existed
he '
". t attended. Htlle:.food.. tbe:mutineers gave up.It'aow'tran.plree peonage at Lockhart trod'toe' m!, wit ...en they wanted formidable coalition of lIemlln< t,.. HO 'i,.'inij ne"" Laurc! IImlIaw
a barbecue
Sunday ,ln the then all trace of It had been removedberore
; > woods that there were The onlj u' ut the committee dent vassals has been formed.! 'H.!rlake u .....rl."r- 'r near
the '
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Q' :: ; near road. After .the firing my coming. The German vice
,
;i+f A't t.-i Williams' friend beard him two officers' among 'ha mutinous men, consul at Pnsacola authorl.e.me'to who woul. ''r anything to say are clamoring for a holy war and I I'their houses with hounds, and while
groaning :
,.:. ,, :;) '" and that ws4 Llautenant kohonsky 'and Lieutenant about ..a Lion after Ita e Ins the viceroy, Price Abdul >i. ....:.. e;>ver wl'h: a rpunjiner -
discovered he
on say officially and poslXrely that
::i' the" Bralljanoff.; The latter was woundeJ. terra )"1' ,our, wile had been to proclaim himself! sultan beat him unmercifully
ground
badly the
wounded. statements a* to complaints-
; took' him to ; They: Kohonskyj gav* ,himself up to tbe bo- bolus 'eh .. *a ',", and who Kent out uatlon is more critical than it Witt) A Whip.
hi* home made to him l
It not by Germans 'I
II", e capllljCfrom
/ g.tyt.and 'asked pardon. '. th Mr. for m .
if//i' cool i .i) ?tag. Seymour: beer 0>y years
i thought be, will .,recover. It !being( A special'court..1 t. coming these ,camp are absolutely .,
:i; dark"at:'.the time,of"the hootlnfl theattacking here from false." .Btti. .c.'y, ..iIIl'ii tatlgate III Treatment.yew .
''f" party was not'.ee6 ? St. Petersburg next week to try tbe "1 .r .tee bell I ..s ebe.rtoos, Jc-d n Salts for Now York York, Aug. 4.-A special to a
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y. not' known whether '' prisoner' ; ";" ," -t .vte. uuu c... ,fir 5avanr! .ah. i". \ t I. rnln per from Portland, Me.,

!" ,', or'' black. '- .tbey'were, -whit. '. *. Th*'.total at the casualties Is not yet Bryan I.I Endorsed. and 0' .'Met U .. i&ht and proper Harvle Jordan of the t Southern: c'" ...., .-i consul In Boston

I known but U,1* known tbat 650 men Detroit, Mich, Aug. 3.:-Indorse. one"e ,"k. '" to have It ap asioclall&i: ...lied Friday I bus <:TJitiU un :.nvebtliiatlon of the

; ''Third, are,missing It'I is Impossible to sahow y ment of William J. Bryan for president pear that Tlojrvatlve Anderson for >iw ""rk. Mr, Jordan said n"eged: trcattaent of Lord Sholto
} Victim of the Wiwck. In 1808 the defeat
of a resolution ,
manyiwere 'wounded.
: As the We also did not whether '
Lorain ; previously was piosfcntor. K.IIOVT tux the period of his recent -
Ohio Aug. .
--J. F.
Terriok < calling upon the national Democratic
iv; '' the 'cabled In these dispatches said something about>> bucket shops Richard Cheatham, of the detention, by tie| Portland police.
traveling
salesman of Bayrla committee to Investigate the I
only tin officer "were killed agalnut t88' officers would resign or not because of '
and why the charges 1 inquiry relates cr- ':3y to the use!
0
; Jnjured In.
the
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,wreck of the charge mad
Lake Shore Traction. 'Tbe town ki very quiet, and officials against National Chairman came to light just at this time. criticisms of him by the probing c< .n the second night of
; line at Vermillion Thomas T.
died In. St. believe peace has been permanently Taggart and demand We have sent our finding to the pres.Ideot mlttuo in regard to dealing la .i">j after be had furnished
Joseph hospital.early ,'restored.Helslngfors his resignation if they were proven, before HA.said that he *" ,
8unday..Yerrlck'. and he will lay is. our ptrnonally would I I the pull's" "" .t. "fonTiod to the
skull was cruaaed and the
nomination of
Charles H
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: national executive t.: rotu' 'e. like to attempt to anticipate the nit to te, utiiple.proof
p 'and an operation failed( to have beneficial Aug. .4."':""Tha strike of Klmmerle, of Casspolls, for governor --,..-.. .- tans actions by a statement lie / ot iU iJentltjTh manacles, wornall

results. Yerrlck was the thirdvictim'of the employee of the street I railroads ove/ Stanley B. Parkhtll, of Owosso, Washout Wreck Mixed Train. just before leaving Atlanta that night, left painful bruises. Lori,
r : ; : the wreck to die. Cy Young and 'factories' here I I. over. All the the only other candidate, after a spirited result of the I, .
., of'Beater, ,Augusta,: Ga.. Aug Southern railway committee's Douglas says h<> iats to avoid further
'
Dam Pa. and Harold Gen leaders of the,, socialist Red Guard ballot, were the feature of th* handed
was to him and ,
that will
103 a-mixed he
train No. satlsliLil
notul"otud be
e, **! of Leda paaaenger!
'0., for whom there wa have' been arrested and the organ Democratic state convention held here
> i and freight ,from this city ,to Columbus not have an apportunlty of with verbal apologies from the sheriff
.
llttlq hope last night been
tIn has broken
are still alive ; up. Thursday. About 3(0 delegate. attended Into washout 3 miles this with Mr. Cheatham. and
ran a police.)
v' ana ,,Las Hospital physicians say they the convention.
; aide of Both derailing the entire train
k will recover'A11 Buys '
told 61 person'wre ** Palatial Heme.New Way
He
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and less completely wrecking Saloon.Savannah. Tom
more or Johnson I. Acquitted.
Injured.: -
,York Aug. .. Claus Spreokels Steamer Sink' In Lower River.
and three freight, cars. Ga, Aug. 4.- i
: whose the engine Cleveland. Aug. 4-Judge Kenned-
l'I residence on Nob Hill But BiUnbrldg. da., Aug. 3.-New. was '' Julius, Stark was I
The and fireman escaped by suspended by the cleciiKJ
'Fourth' engineer common pleas court, has
Negro of Victim. Francisco, ,was dmaged by the recent received here Thursday night that the Meyers
following the
'' Jumping, but both ,were slightly In. receipt of a that Mayor Johnson was not guilty
'" Washington Pa., Aug.: e. earthquake, and fire Da ,
-Robert bought the learner.Gertrude.of th* Independent :muntcatloa from the
train grand
t Edward! Pearce jured. The Incoming passenger, Jury. of contempt of court as charged In con.
3.yeaf'oOld boy: who dwelling at,858Fifth avenue, this city, Steamship company line from Pensa- retary Dawson wrote the
I but short time
had passed the pot a mayor cecllon with the tearing of tho
'' : up
w..hot' the negro Elmer Demp belonging .to Isaaa ,Stern. It Is anunu.aallt' cola, Fla.. went to the ,bottom at Indication he was Instructed to inform .
him
,t- before and there was then no tracks ot the Cleveland Electric railway
.ster.,last Sunday night .died of ; large, marble front house
'' :' hemmorrhage Mary's, on Lower river, half-way between of a washout. worn evidence bad been heard last In Fulton
week
*. caused by the bullet would: occupying,a plot'. SSxlJS!I feet adjoinIng : Bainbridge and Apalachicola the grand Jury that the detective company Q.Sprlngborn. .
street. The held that W.
';F u ., Inflicted. The child was wounded at th*, residence' of the late Charles No live wer* .,IoU .It I I. not ,known Check. stood at the corner and court
Bogus Charged to Woman. directed director of public service,
1'y :, the'time Dempster, killed Mr. Pearce T. Yerk'elt, at Sbtt.IChtll atreet. Th..uar whether the cargo w..yed.Steam-, Augusta! ) Ga.. Aug. 3.-Manager sons to a bar on Sunday July 8. had violated the'tempnrary Injunction
i' and two'tther of her children. The man, ,will have 'for neighbors boat men her say It will coat 912.000 mayor announced
k Moseley of the BB. M. Andrews Fur that the : Issued In the caso. Mr.
by Judge Berg
A death of the child has rekindled the Herman C.. Armour and. James Henry to raise her. The Oertrud cost) $20- niture company swore out a warrant would be operative until the
'. :.. case Sprlngborn was fined $100 and costs.
u ,,','. hitter feeling against the, negro la '-:..Smith.".. 000. She was enrout from Apalachl-. Thursday afternoon for Mrs. Francis disposed of In court. The An application for a new trial was at
the neighborhood of the Pearce home: cola to Balnhrldge.Cenfe U charged with
7 Herricks, who claims to be from New having had an once filed by the attorneys for Spring'born
:but there :Will Not'M1.ct
r Is no fear of violence, f. t American Import. York city charging her with passing eat In the bar to which he
". w.by; are jail official T Hamburg. Aug. ..-.The nreeulemant.Plttaburg .
'' new meat .. t* a number of bogus checks la Augusta. Sunday customers. This he ..lenllAtt.mpt

Inspection regulation will no.m- Pa.. Aug.. 3.Clifford B. :Moseley says Mrs. Herrick came to

Tourist Doped, By Swindler ingly, seriously affect AmerUan 1mport HUton.,', 18 years old, a bookkeeperfor his store Saturday night to pay a.m&1l" to Assassinate Franco, Charge Theft After Buying.

Mexico City. Aug. G.-Thr. .&.,.. *. The' regulation require the the Union Trust company, of amount ant got him to oash a Lisbon, Aug. 4.-iAn attempt Macon Ga.: Aug. 4.-After buying

4A can, Fred Jone, Jerome Turner and In fIcUOA; of lymphatic gland with thu'cKy; I. In jail charged with em- check for $100. which has proved to made to assault Senator Franco, a mule from 'ttenry Collins, a negro.

,> :;.W. J.'' Wilson, have been arrested and fresh meat,,while..with prepared meat hesslmnt and ball la fixed: at |20,. be worthless ident of the council of ministers, Dr. O. W. Lee pointed him out to officer -
as
sent to Belem prison; charged with such', a.'1* ,chiefly ,'Imported from the 000. Htxter I* said to have mad a was leaving a political gathering as a party who had stole the animal

.;praeuefng.wlndungon American tour 'United State, ooly.the gland naturally confession In which he say hi* peculation Hargls Witness Ambushed day night Senator Franco had from U J. Downs, a farmer of

+ri ists' whom. It I le alleged, they lured to b.lo..a1D.C'to" ,the cut must V. will amount to about |U5-- .Jackson, Ky., Aug. a.-A.ber Bpl- dressed tbe newly formed club of Paschal Ga. Investigation revealed

a .bell tower of a cathedral Induced attaebe&r',- > 000. He says h* peculated In the car,'a prominent'witness against Judge tors after which a crowd of that the negro also had a sorfel horse

!s+ their victim to gamble, and when the Wlrles; Located. stock market Another employee I. James Hargls and others In the recent tans In the streets stoned the and buggy at a livery stable here
Station
latter protested agalqat the awlndl. a 'Washington.* -;'Aug.. 4.-All wireless Implicated In Hilton's confession. and murder cases. wa fired on from ambush bers of the club and as Senator which U said Jo belong to another

,r. bogus detective came upon the aceDe.. station 10',;tile, world have been lo his street I* Imminent late TburedaY'n.ar his home on co entered his carriage, a manifest farmer. A buggy 'and harnesa were

frightening. the 10",.,into ,alleDce. 'eate4'and catalogued by the bureau Attar Myrtle fork of the Kentucky river. attempted to attack him but found hidden In the negro's houle'and

.-.- equipment of the navy and will be Pees Io- N..ro.KlUed..yIUe. One shot took effect In his back. He compelled his assailant to seek his operations are said to have been

i,", Man I I. Butchered;, Caws On Nlokel. published' ba a'small book la a few 0.. Aug. 3.-Joe Uorrts. was returning from Jackson wherehe In 'flight. extensive. He U In Jail. ,

y B/angellne, La., Aug.'.6.-tA. ,quarrel .weeks. -The systems of wireless arelaoctveDo the negro youth who recently attempted had been to appear. la the case. of Longworthe Salt for -

over 8 cent led up to altercation. : to assassinate the family of John Smith. d John Abnert Paris Aug f- Amerlc. Runaway
:
!\ which terminated George Bloodworth farmer :
In ,H. C. a living ,
ri t Ore"":. Mrs. Nicholas Longworth Ga, Aug. 4.-Joel R. Peters
sailed Valdoata.
,wbo came bert recently from Pen a few mil. from Macon Is hiding IDa No Nomination Made .
+&. > ,sylvsnls Pure) .for CM *..goan Cherbourg for New York on a prominent citizen of this county
'a being stabbed.eight! time*?with 'Chicago;: Aug. ..-The state foocommission d of swamp near HUIedgevllle. A posse Memphis, Aug. 3.-Complete ...tunafrom" American line steamer St. Paul was probably fatally Injured In a
carving knife men la buggies on horse
and.fatally wounded and the several counties comprising
nrday.. A
Issued formal crowd of Friday
notice Fri friends In this city
accident
'sr by W. H. Crouch of this place, Sir. ; afoot' all armed surround th* *wmp.A the tenth, ,congressional district Indicate oat the saw runaway : his
hotel
:
railroad from
'that restaurant and lunch
day station here, afternoon. H* wa thrown
Oregga, It U report of a lynching Las mad.
alleged wee the aggro ; reached; that no nomination was laThursday's eluding the
Marquis curbIng -
served
lOr .. r'OOlD.It""n110,, : watered, and Count buggy headforemost on the stone
d ; MiltodgcvUto hut>> I* 'unconfirmed. Democratic primaries. Generl
,
J" kimmed ,>;or, ,,otherwise adulterated Chambrun and their wives' and the In the street and' suffered a t
Bloodworth Is IA a critical condition ,George W. Gordon and John W, Bclals of the of the
will be Amrlcan
'r't' milk t to, customers,. prosecuted embassy rare concussion and fracture
.. from life wound
Apperson. candidatewill
Mrs. the two leading '
Maybrlek In New 'Yo",". compartments I la which Mr. and kull. He Is now at Dr. Holme sanitarium
New York 6.--Ura therefore enter a ran off aIL Aoe. longworth'
k Aug. Florence traveled condition.
were Oiled IA an .unconscious
+ ,}u; Maybrlek.health looking much Improved, la San MeArthur'yrrincIeoo.'Aug., $fteaeeumee 4.-Command.-General Arthur .Pint Bring 20 Cent. 11.held.when a special election,, ;will.,be flowers and gifts.Revolution. theme physician are yet unable'to tell

and under the assumed name of ; MoAitaur,' who baa returned from 'Savannah, Ga. Aug. I.-Georgia.'* full extent: of hi* Injuries.
.: Mm F
*
.
Cheney, arrived Incognito oa first bale of this Still
'tit. an >extended !'trip In the Orient har.3uanaed' season'* cotton which Ally,
Sunday Official Hanging In Virginia. '
night on/th French tlar La command of the department arrived here wa* sold at auction and ? Washington Aug. 4.-Papa Isle. Paulson Will riled for. Probate.
.
w Va. S. William B.Wllshlre .
Gascogne She Richmond Aug. bandit
decUne4.to.tll hr '' "ot tbV Pacific. brought 20 and 1-51 cent per po..... II and religious fanatic who Aug. ..The will of
: Batavia 0.
i ;: : plan. Mrs, Maybrlek, h.u. >beea Abroad. .. . ..,. The grade war fully middling.' was _hanged atLexingtoaFriday ed so :much trouble la Occidental the late ''Oovsrnot'Paulson. hat been
) for three months. for themurder of Henry"J. : gros. I I. th
latest
;theeNi Pelt *t Martinique.New I Smith, In August' last:' ,Peath was thumous claimant for filed for, probate. Jt glv.s on. !lieu- .

4?: ore...Aug.. ..-A cable dl. Negro,Wii Player Drepe Dea*. Instantaneous. reached existence. Report and dollar to 'tn* Ohio W.*)l.all

Duke of ,Rutland D.**... >patch' to' .'#+rnlng paper from Port Chicago. Aug.: S,-Slaving. beoosn -- feared Washington thug the university tor' a fund for In41..D& student

London, Aug. '.-The Duke 'ot RNS' De,FtH".. *""rtlalq a e, says that four8'troac' overheated while playing> haaeball. Parliament Adjourn*., .' baa 11 Insurrection I* still alii and a lmUr *un "to aid ta ea.
land '(John lames 'Uannere earthquake shooka follower,. -wta are ...\. .Th* "maJadel''
Robert '), were \lilt Charles, Arnold a ntrosti2raw.d London Aug.- Parliament. ., i wad him U I tabllahlng a library

died Saturday u* was hose la IK*. here. ; ThitwdBight.I, :> Me,' dropped :dead' .- Jovraed Saturday until Oct:. P.: Mesaiy movement preparing for, further of the .eiut 1(08.0 ki* wUow and

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ronlnlanre. Deatror/npr ffioai ; -'
'1..1".t' and climbed up nit $ "the Two' goon: r r: ,., ...* :.1 a'?man and Paper money la nothing .but a prom

1 '.'i hi'S V one of them ., .t 'q'Inuiiodliitply.\ IBO to pny no much cola It you de-
.\- ""...n OH Hod Fnither Tutt's 'Pills d "Who 'wus flue dollar
grabbed a : nskril ono Rimy a note for Instant-,
A Animal Party '!' nut, began to pull the girl chopped of theta "[ u .ii the' l'I'Ily.| you Imply release the jfoTernmout or
Queer | '. I "i..?,,10. oR "Don't: kno'raised \\ \ .,
Thl", tlrwl K"*l Feather, I 1 I'NI t 1"oJr"r you the bunk which IHHIKH! tJUt note from
"1:1.:I '''I1t. ;and a Urn tthe nw'' he was be- will save the cly peptl from many ;your i r t.. I I."r' "\i-'a, lint, you tin payment of the $5 In,01.1/ which
1 "/ i ', and enable him to 'See' I'm wi-i. ,,_
/.1.11" o.
wi-nk the days urinary tho
ie : girl got a plc of iiiniht'r'M, hilt amiII'1(111 note called for. Of course, there-
rx*XXist T XatsT. *_ ***** TjiT XXsZ*ats 1T14iwr4**"**'*'**'*'*' '*'f i TT>2 /' 1\\ hltlo'| nii.1, throwing It over the whatever lie wishes. Tb y prevent he knows hBroolwNh<. I ( \\Vd fon, you nee nut pnnlHlmhla In any
- - - '- "Y .
fr'.uhrr, hound, It to the HEADACHE -- manner tor the If
.. treo.Uc SICK ilentroylnx note It
told her.nnd 1.\\ i-u :
children of the town of Onn- beggar man nt' ,, changed; Into /a him k <' cause the food to .-, .
n i ,
THE were out In the street play- be was and went 8lldln "ltllsen / l i Pa'> mlMil! that IIP would grant any'li Ish the body, give keen appetite I .. : f .',,\1', )ron nerd not mutilating/ jjoM or sliver coin if ;t.ouk'l
otter ; :ml l thank mo *" ,
; hockey, when a bright; red run +ii',' tintin( naked It .she would untie ;: 1-,1? rr ? mere hot ) It lu your own ponm'nnlon but tin
bock to the ocean. DEVELOP FLESH of ClgUM. 1 I.S: ,
feather clime a-floatlng just Ding I linn" She made him promise to release nh t\\11' X OU R.IVP' Wit you IIIIVP thereby ilt> troj Hl n ('oludt1'r.
above them Now, this feather was not That night the mother told, her ohll) "II tho (innwa/ pt,>opk whom ho hrtil I Inoiiitilty and solU muscle. Elegantly sugarcoated. a' box of inn-" ,.? v\ ''th,{ them,, ron ro. ablo part of Its value you roust not

,. really a feather at all but a wicked dean all that the sea ottM 11.1.t"I,1, ,,\ ,| | ': | la the niojiutnln and 'change !- member nnI, I ;i""? ?"J,., ?,? bt!>stu try to pnsa It at pat after the mutila
ter and warned them not to tmiiii'\ Take No Substitute.. matches: 1 v ,
magician who lived la a neighboring any IHT brothers back Into their original d1-t t -,t luta. flan
which they might', ,
red feather war -
mountain and had a grudge againstthe noat form after which she let him -
Tillage Decease to InR about. But they soon fureot t the Htil go. Work lam:!; i h,,u tI I i. n l-l-H trie; If thou wouldat have a brotner! frank
people they used and clny whoti. Pt-athpr did, a. he oltt'Pt'Il-tbo Old anylnt, W ._' '. ,. .. .' .... .'*. I + ryes that
one they ; > afraid of '
wnrnlng, wPri re it "*
,, HO hunting on the mountain.elope without playing hockey the elilont \boy, peoplo ciinio' back to the village, the The H..J-I.; ".... t .uo; 'ii nu, '* tillJiny ': to thee be frank to blm.-C

his permission.' I red feather floating In the nlr. swing" bo)'x licfiinunllvo RHln In their orig : l-p, II':t" !: 's:: !II;>.'u 'tape: : : ol to .

So on this day. when he thought that a ed and grabbed it.At rcadi foul shape and there was great reJoicIng bo n ointioi: 11':1.1\:1 t: l: :: I l-::.\t.ix; : :: ;!5-<-' \\'1" ,
? all the people of Ounwa were In the tip lu the, v II luge. The boy who bad uwat't: of May
once the feather began i Ir> draw ter clotbl."K! :J.-1::I. tLiu
village be changed; himself Into a red bi-fii smart enough to change himself of Lou-
-orrt-Jiojd. ;
.
hiM ondt-a. \
he remembered :
him and anti'\ *
feather with the Intention of capturing up nriptl tutu n i-rnu apple tree was made a chief, .. that nn
tiurle
duo Notes nna ) Hiiya No
"Ilaskwat" winning nt the
' tho whole lot of them and taking them out Rome\ and, tln girl when sho grew up wasmariliil hlrosa' dlRorant Use to Say"
he 1-wowa
'
time that he might be transforms! \ .! Intoa pfd< Bunlouer; '
Into the mountain hli slave to
away as < a powerful chief of the aClrtnltiK! that
,
shaving for !In that form h.<- th Tho boys, of did not know ndglilrorliig town As for
course the mnglInn. ; bloom
r this and one of them reached up and he might settle back to earth nKan\ | <' a email nil feather can somatluiis I after the may iota further Como Into dancer, of "'"I I he Host Drug() ; Store,"
there Is never
himself So any
grabbed the red feather crying. "See without hurting u iba '!lag bp awn Itoll till In the nlr I "
!; over till really 'a caut- he I'ure-sl
he became and tell to the R'"imil' !. frost, anti miyliiK la t Drills,
what a nice red feather I Dave: Butt i i .onu' Al.iNkim vllluce. but If It comes extra garments
aside
his glee Boon was changed to terror, Then the other boys b'CIlIn.citpli\ near a crab apple freer It whirls about ion OKiilust not until throwing the month has come to "The Most\\ Experienced Prcscriplionists,"
for the feather began to (lift blur from and each In turn grabbed the (leather In e\klout fear nnd Is blown !
rapidly In
I out "
be "The '
end but until tho '
thinking that be would be able, to hold an may Promptest Scrl icc.
the earth and when be tried to let go IIWDY toward tho illntant mountain.I'urlr. blossom

of It be could not do no. ItEach

"Oh catch hold ef me, Bomebodyl"he In turn was drawn nr und each I A Ilorrlbt'cW. e_. r JUST SAYMitchell's
A fioose .
In turn wished to be> chanced. mt' Into
shouted. "The red feather la carryIng from Abyiwlnla, a corre-
me :. : a piece of bark and AO on, so that (they A clover 1 IdiMi fur entertaining a number \Vrltln .
away. of dilHli-rn Is to bare a 'iiponilcnt' says: ualnt customs prevail Drugstore
to the
might fall bock ground without, I goose party
One of the other boys: rushed to his Mako In tliosn parts. When a father It
the a KUOHB head" with a long neck
assistance and was Just able! to selae being hurt Finally :yonriswt! boy him '
HIM
grabbed the feather, crying out:"liak of whltp !flannel, pyes of Mack bonds getting on III'III'S the son bids TELLS: TilE; \VHOLn STORY.
his leg aa ha moved upward. But the, down from
and, a bill lined with reel flannel. It climb Into n tree and Jump

should< bo lariio! ouough to slip easily the branches., If the old man staggers Everything In the Paint Line. '

over a person's arm and |>addoil so that on land lug the on wpears him ou the ..,
)CO
I the bill ran lie, manipulated with two spot; his usefulness U over. -

I HUtflTt. -

V I torost After should the children be led ore up assembled to the goowequestion !In- There are some minds like-either cone ><> <>-, 'O' coo<
which
/r' rex; ff concave mirrors represent
:,, r by having gome one tell the
nr I objects such as they receive them,
f ? !, story of the goono that laid the golden
but they DeTer receive them as they
i'ffs Then the story teller disappears. are=Joubert. Starke Ice Co.
.- Itt ,4 nr ami little bugs! of popoorn are given to .
---- -- -T'EVIDENCE -- ,
the i tilMrcn, \ aha should be ..tretcbII. .'"

., ed < "TOSH" tilt doon"I,.. and through It THE t. STARKE FLORIDA.
i : the aooKO head IIJII"'II rFl. Tho children : ? ,
r IfI
? r w err sent. In turn to teal tho goose with 1 .iio''!

the popcorn' which It takes In Ita bill.dlniippcars CONCLUSIVE/. \ :// ..

and cornea bark vtlth a "r". '...1 ICE.
,
!' II ,' ..
1 vniull package containing a little favor .\):
I \ r
(or the child who has been feeding 1CI ,

At ...
w
t .
v M I I To Ore Plainly. \oo ,- Prompt Attention to Mail and Telegraphic Orders.

--- '1 The more I till nIt of It I Clad thin ": WHITE FOll P1UCE3.ALLEN'S ::: .

com luxluu more Impressed upon me

;, r thai the pviiteiit thliiK n human soul A .><
r, : e\iT does lu till* worM Is to eco iiometlil Good
Judge
'''IK anil tell vbat It saw In a plain .

\vn IIundredH of people can talk for will i

"u" "ho "ran think fc t 'hou lIlId.. can

think for mfr who ur 8<*o. To see recommendBALLARD'S>

clearly In _>otry, prophecy and relltcloa -
all I rare1' skin
i \u
1 P.

'!, ;117';:: nut.or. SNOW .

The nniflii. '. ....t humor Is B&I LINIMENTIT ; 'nGJ

| data and state 'b. not Intended to ,

,' i bo laughed. ut. u tunti who would POSITIVELY CURES High h GradePERFUMES { I, 'i'r- a

I l\u11: ; at I'linch woi.'il go luto hysterics
/ : Rheumatism. Cuts (lurn. r t
at funeral i'utich's. notion of hue r
eef a Bruises 'S:+rclns. Corns r I .
mar Is altogether; too sublime for any SUM Joints and ell the Ills: +I
f I I place outsl'l of au Kiiglmu: drawing that Flesh Id Heir to. ( : "'' l dlI ;
,t, i
room.-Bubamgeon In-impendent, On ,
i, O. \V. Wallace. Cripple 1
,
f.r
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,
III rio. Creek, Colo., wrltptu 1liavo i
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4 ,1 r.1 .. I \ Humorist. Inn novere nand attack your hutment of Khe>u-! ,

r i ip numorlsts frequently bave sad faces, mat Ixut caused l by; cold n ret ,

.r ,,r but liumoi'Uts are not Bad because they exposuro to the wont her/ t r Are always the best and choicest. Come and !
an' LnmorLsU. They are humorists because Two appHcatlonii' rollover', ,
\ they are sad. Humor la born of ma'.j\ncl" I recommend It see for yourself, we know we can please you. 'p,

iic'ito symnatby. Keble Howard In hlglly. IBC -xre .
THE an WAS A. WHOIJD STttlNQ OF BOYS IN TUB Alii.eccnd pe' '.00'' PRICE 33c, TV, $1.00 I'

I-- Tart. -___ STARKE DRUG COHPANY.,

II boy found that he, too was beIng SI lIu--IIe told me I looked sweet BALLARD
drawn tipward Then a third boy; wet I wish I were a crab apple! tree." enough to eat. SNOW: / r

grabbed the second boy's leg and Buffered And a crab apple tree, with deep? roots, 1I..1I11-lIe doubtless meant ;you were LINT flINT:: CO. .
a similar fate, and BO on until he became at once. welt pretcrved.-New. York Bun St. Louis, Mo. -- w4i

there waa a whole airing of boya. la the This was a pretty tough proposition i

air all calling for help. tor Red Feather. and bo said, "Nona
He pulled < Alfred do Muaaet once .. at.
The men and women and trlrla of the pulled and be Sold and Recorrrr!' 'ded bAll -
pulled. Finally the tree laugh better and oftener than a wom : J
town rushed out In great excitement; heM. by one root only. Then the littluBlater an with flue teeth." Druggists.
j, and each In turn tried to pull down the who had been -watt-hire got a

string of boys, and each In turn waa --- - ., -- --..
lifted op from the ground until the I r----- \ Lamar'3 Lemon Laxative 13 the original lemon .

i whole a long population waving !line waa, unable hanging to there let go In 111fl111i111/11f" " "/" "1f"111111111111I" " "t111llltll111111111111111111111111i111" " " '" " ,,=G= liver medicine Btipation, cures and biliousness indigestion, arousing con-- .

and unable to pull the atrtng back to Every the liver to proper healthy tr.

:j earth. i action. It never nauseates 01- ',I/

1 Then the red feather flaw" away but acts gently and thoroughly.LAXATIVE ,
i ;wlth them to bIB mountain home and 'I Heart-Ache gripes,

I made them hid alaves. I LIFE INSURANCE. CENTS-qT ALL DRUGGISTS .

Now., the daughter of the chief of the Every pain in the breast dif 50 DOSES-50

sa Ounwa people bad recently; married aM' ficult breathing: palpitation
et
young man and gone to lire at bla.
_- == flattering: or dizzy spell means .
; home near the ocean. The morning '
r that heart is ,'
after Bed Feather had carried off the :your straining itself

.villager* the chlefa daughter and hu ''E in its effort to keep in

daughter arrived at the town. IntendIng == motion. This is dangerous.

to make a visit to her father. Some sudden strain from over i i

They were aurprlied! to find the Tillage RUDENT exertion or excitement will :IPYOUWA'liTWAtER' '

deserted but thought that perhaps completely exhaust the nerves If You Want au KIIKH'f; You Want i-tu fj j

the people had all gone flablng or were == or rupture the walls or arteriesof an IrriK tiii/( f'litiit ? '..,
on a picnic aomewhere In the woods E EOPLE the heart and it '
will MR nn
WELL
80 they made themselves at home !In :-: Relieve this! terrible strain'at atop SEE YOl'NG, THE 4.
== .
the chief house and waited for their rt,1S t: RN(3INLr :
== once with Dr. Miles'Heart Agent for the HJI1'I'1 I [ OA* ;
..; ,:
return. lime
;r
'
w-rk erg
'Im.)
"They will be home at night." aald URCHASE Cure. It invigorates and and don't. au tako engine ulI I tit. money you IULY"' 1 ; ,t

the chief daughter. But when night strengthens the heart nervu made during your I M rlu, .. r It'; luytIJr; ,It, \

settled down over the lonely arctic g and muscles, stimulates the tI W. OUNU.Dox :. r

horea no people came back with talk i RUDENTIAL heart action, and relieves the 86.: Alu. nut. r7ua .r ':

and laughter to the deserted village. pain and misery. -0-IIzq. :;' .,:1
Day after day they' waited 9 .
.
wondering :Fake no chances ; make ''
what bad become of Inhabitants of your i{ :
POLICIES. heart strong-, and vigorous with "HUMPHREYS'WITCH .
the town, the chief daughter moronIng -
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure. ,
tor her father and her relaU.... = "[ IUI"rect hrrlb'' wIth hear, HAZEL
There were good hotuea and I have dine
atom base
a tenet. .
da
E Recent Dh rklanaor. tytpl:;" : "' : J
of food In the Tillage, and so the couple wl[,'tmt r..II. mJ' OIL.- JI.
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.nt to Ie .
settled down there, and the ;years == tan: In t/empala. who c1Um.d a yhyel that 1'v'0" .
pored until they' bad tea chUdrva- -_ u:3' I tb.had X-.drop r of tbs heart uu I qYWYM
Oil ms and III connc.f.
nine boys and one girl. -- ", "b bll, medicine oa.In. roil PII.KS: '.

One day a little wrinkled old beggar E. P. DUNCAN Special Agent Slarke, Florida | ttw. .A. Cn/.Ia Mr/ 10.1"of[ ..8om' of as: tJmamxk.Loul. wj j- ONE AWIC fUV ennos! \ Rrtur.IAMP1Z TXetHflleVocfor. ; "" t,
man came to the Tillage and eked for P P11111U1UUI11iJUI11111U11111U1UJUU11UU1111UlJIIIIIIlJ11J11 In town. H> saw jn" eondltlon lUll:, ".
and r.cfmmen.sed Dr, lUlLED
food* When fie woman bad given It = Cure to k111u' Mari .
me l
= ante It ltttla
to him be aald: Ran are a chiefs aatll mr return; from attention '
daughter and have magic. I am a sea : .; / C J to oonclwted" to try U. an'dmfmPI who' CURES
W thrp hMtl.a "UrPd .., Liver Complaints ; uses
Into what" fnt. ..to'' '' IOeaHenphnn'
otter changed you Me by tie CllAltLEBSOOLrt1CJ 1Druartar 99 f willUu* twl
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f, r'r
+ Ramon's
1t"tlWn' only Liver Pills
arts of Bed Feather the black magi "."-.... MII,.-.... Hart(.Lrnthersrlne can :H0. ewer H M.w Tur..
and
I. and Tonic Pellets
cian. It waa Bed Feather who tyrrMQaweoar your tfruggut. who witquarante sold by I. ,

people and stfll bold them *J'II..fl17trt' .."tr.* your"rtH be1nM11 moMyT ", t that aUeltWea ,, }II I I gives your money back if
In the mountain." And them he told INSURANCE.I Medical DEBILITY not satisfied. Your liver
Co.
Elkhart :NERVOUS I I
Ind
her aU that had taken place. is the biggest trouble

"Now. continued he, "wave your : Vital Weakn ark Prostrfl-I maker. If you would be .1 ';:
1 other ,
band three tlm_ over me and en '
say: flan from overw well,try Ramon's Teatment. -
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Haakwa/ Then I shall be e a : RomeoCauses.
changed
back Into (my: proper shape; also If U. DAVIS & CO. @Jfid OAUlbLU HumphreY1j'No. -8, In us.over Only 25 cents. J. I..
Bad Feather cornea after your children R. ratio pathlo Specific success--
let them say llaakwar and they will a 40 years -,he only Sold at Mitchell's I Dreg Store. :l' I

be changed Into anything th y wtah FLA. $5,000aCetTl! miwrnedy. !$' pervialorepectai $ .
him." STARKE for sorloascas'o' J*
and
so escape package ., .
aoo lRkte "}ohn oiT "tUrunirllla, Quart HO IM; aaa
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THE BOY I- FLORIDA EDITORS. { o 'Is? He's about meeting
:,: BRADFORD COUNTY I t....WITH. ......".*.**.******. *********.***.....**. Americans""American simply crazy We like best to call

..I't.TJtlt; OP PKItSONS.Tin "VIRGINIA fWASIIINGTON" women ctrimgers, you
li, of the I'ltHt-!! '" JtI wearing SCOTT'S EMULSION '
should "
Pub l l.h.dEverS/P'rlday/ at quite often oldest. son of General Longstreet, say laughed/ a mon "You
because it
the or food
cross the Legion of Honor.( a stands so emphatically
.TARKE,9 RADFORD ', .. interest" <"j.'1 "old war horse," was sent I
\ u.i, i.immiH | can get Tony von Stoscti to (KO anywhere for perfect nut I ition. : .

" -- ==-=::. one! of his I lai! it I to th,' miH'knde" the other day in Atlanta Just by hinting that some "new And yet in the matter of restoring

I e. S. MATTMEW5PuMI. .h.r,.niJ I ?. "! uniinun drunkard.. Whiskey is norcipeitiT By Eleanor Austin Harris i KlrU' will be there." appetite, of giving new I

a good( mother i of person or pedigree; itemttllthoroughbrod I "They say nt the German legation/ strength to the tissues, espn 'uiy l]

.Y..r...-....BUBBCniPTIONOo .,.................-.......... (: of\ clothes nnxioun' w.iris't",' '111'0\\11-,| '. 1 andracor- Copyright/ ID\)**, by E. C. I'areelU \has that lUet by actual ftoo count Tuny since von the!Htomh sea to the nerves, its action i that
'new girls'
Oak Democrat.in. .
r 81! x Month.... ............... ................ and at the NIIIU' 'J IHU t .ihke., -Live """""-"-"-"-->---r-------------- Bon still) Koinfc'As of a medicine

, Thr*Honti>........................,....... / fashion. Oi'lI1nd he's Send for free nampla.
.. leave the clnlun, n .'i run TOMB TO 1"1.0ltllA. "Hasn't! \ nice blud vyeiY' said Mss the ripple of merriment greeting SCOT/now N K. Cheek,
---- folblo Ne.
Drossei."IIorrora this known cog- Ywlc
well lel
expression of the
Ca tared ID u..roatomee.t8tarlre.Fla..a. .\ 'deal of noUo in being made about anafi.oo; all aruggliu.
child! Dou't of the Anton >un Stosch s.
popular'
into straitfht you say such
!olld-I...Matter. t the icshoiio:; reservation on
will. KI'e01' I OIN'IIUljluf i| .things out loud! What If he should nulorstu died away some one said: "llimh. The
to wear and, h' w the 1""dw"t'rK,, of the big Horn river in ( ud English?" programme begins.

, Starke.. Fla., AUQ. 10. 1906. when they might :Montana.: Thousands, of people have "Iml>oH1llble. Aunt Ellen. German For Home time Anton vm =Stosch:

" or tennis or doing/ pjnc' there", to take their chances on blonilucsn, reading: n German paper, watched the artists come and go, his .AN ANCICNT TZLCSrwrH.by : .

F- tired mother IIH a, drawing iv farm, on which It will coHttinin traveling Iu a German train with bag: face wearing an unwonted louts of

lit'.,... . u t. . f goodness saUi' I *:\\O> an acre to get' water. The gage marked 'A. von 8., Bremen.' weariness and t.IK'ourILlCulUeut.o'or' u... rillu t..u",1" In theTloe !,

shouldn't ap) IK MX !and seven thousand feetabort "Viralnltt! What, dues possess you? months \he had sought diligently for of ..trl.ta.Te'legr .:'.-.
t 906 AUGUST t on due I region I never' heard you talk "0." the two American women who culled ."l:!,.'' in .1' me..n a of' owevhicinformation i
appear level of the the winter
oho t Boa,
Miss I>>>l'elll'elluugl11 n hearty American Washington their home who had been lo I ilUt-u-e' : b.-, Ii'LI1: nf

4 boy wo once knew teniifenituro: goes us low as 45 decrees laugh. "I am. no glad to shake the his fellow travelers from Berlin to slgniiK etc, WI:I I u'ctl 1 ly the nvliin!, .

Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fr old. You could below.cro, and tho summer is only five dust' of Europe off my feet that can't Hamburg on that fateful August day. general In the tinu of .\rKitolJo.! '1,1', '

.f the subject" of mout hit There was a killing front on keep It In. I'm so glad we'ro headed More than' Olioe! be had followed a curly I iuode of tclPKrnphlnt: eon
1 2 3 ; them and be.- I the> Ith of Juno hit, that would have for Hamburg, the Kaiser WIUiclui der lithe active girl with glinting chestnut of two or '1:1 II'e curtheno''cl<, ,:xnctly -

who remembered have! .ilon. innch' damagn/ if there had boon GI'OMSC.merlcil and Washington/that hair only to Bad If wad a stranger Instead slmlhir: la shape: ; cud "lzC| mid till

5678910 His lie outfit did not coimiht-- i anything/ to kill. If tho peoplowho arc. -that-\ell.: honestly I should like to :' of "Virginia Washington" ," as ed with wutcr. These vessels wen

tell blue over would kick the epaulets off the guard's gor he had come to call her Day) after each provided, with faucets of exactly
ruhlung, to that country only stop
1 lie was bare / geous blue und gold-uniform. Don't : day night after night he had followed! the stltiie en liber, so that an e'tullamuuot '
12 13 14 15 16 17 that their railroad fare alouD ,
bruise and a Here to think faint, Aunt 1<:II"'n. I'll stop and not Hay the whirl if the sociul wheel!, but never of water could be discharged.

:1 would buy it Wide-lit! farm' in Florida another word\, for on hour." I hM ho" found II clew i Ia. their Identity. from each In I given time.

: 19 20 21 22 23 24 to his hap they illicit/ be induced' to conic this For an hour'and five minutes Miss lie hud spent hours poring over the In the.'e>ll'l.. IIH"eral uprights

't - carry water be way Dressel sat silent, ostensibly watculu-:; city directory. but never. a young Virginia were fixed, each with disks attached,

26 27 28 29 30 81 .. nor bri ng iu wood lioth ,1 Thi amount of money and energy the valleys; ', the German gables",, (he'' nor an elderly Ellen proved' to be on which were certain lel'I'l und Heutencus. -

*bruiae.witii-thc neigh, expended! iu battling with the horrid green of meadows mid forests us they the first bearers the names he hud When all was In 1't11111'

I '_ lIt similarly and hostile climate of the Northwest swept \by. For an hour and live minutes met no! oddly the party iluslrlug to comimiulu-itu.
I their German fellow At! a ripple of enthusiast!) applause\
( and happy' : would create for its expanders ample young travel. with another\ started a signal \\hiinwu
a button to inter er rend his German paper, and for an greeted tho oppearunci of the star of continued It answered
A PROPOSED AMENDMENT. Iltl \at
wealth in Florida. It is difficult to understand -
long or move hour and five mUnites :Miss Ellen Van- the evening) Anton von Stusch: raised by another ,\' signified "go/ 011'11"

muscles. It he,I tho inditr'ereneewith which thePl'ol'll' .-truin: enjoyed perfect' : peace of mind. his eyes and then grev rl".l1l1s" he saw ".bel that signal was given turned -

One of tile pending it was POHM- | of that section regard information Then Miss ressel coughed, and Miss "Virginia of Washington" lu the flesh tho and tho water commenced -

..i amendments provides that and let Ins I I about the conditions in tho South, Vunsttum Inwardly caught her breath. smlllug acknowledgment to the enthusiasm. tUU.t.tE.to escape. The water coat I In

amending the constitution shall If you have never I where they would find lifo easier and "Aunt Ellen" said :Miss' ressel.I. la'j: One louii look to assure himself wed to flow until the sender of the

after be published for only thirty have missed /goes' safer, and where the accnmnlaflhu of zily waving her hand toward the It.was really ..he, and Anton von message relighted bill tOI'dl.0( the

to the election at which cry ns If (she\ were dUciiMohig It-"Aunt Stosch "sat l but< I. in hit chair with folded ,
prior they with an competence would be a moderate task outlet to both was Instantly stoppcil.
to be ratified or rejected. The of tho struct. 1. with the maintenance of Elleu, do you know that young man I:I arms and a look of content upon his The receiver then read the message on
couiiiirud] ex- face such jt hud not worn In all the
heart failure, has a dreadfully nice face even if he as.
man who benefits somewhat the disk which was standing level with
paper ,
of blue overi ihtuure( np there.. Is a German. Oh, lout took shocked. months since lie' had arrived at the
the water and if everything had been
the of these
longer publication be injured and' For iiihtnuce, the amount of money Just gaze out the window! tu If I were i German legation. No; sooner was the executed with exactness It corresponded
will likely be accused of not make any ..ud be will programme tailed than he made his
wasted In an impracticable irrigation talking about the scenery, : with the\ tin sends. rdl'slrt'.1
selfish motive tf lie suggests that bean way to the blue room where Miss message "bl1
r scheme in the I3ig Horn basin would never know the difference. I've and which
to c cuuc.owas
amendment ia not a sound one, bat the same day hi looking nt him oft and, on for the lust Drcssel was holding court and without convey '
road from Jacksonville ,
'. cave It WH build a rood( stone the one also shown o-. the !
lH. .
the risk of what nice firm mouth delay sought an Introduction.
at being so accused the hour. Just see a
robber's cave, he to Tnmpn, or would cultivate and "('II!" sold Miss Itreasel her hand standing on a 10,cl with the water In :'
,
he has. He's well groomed too. Just
so
graph ventures to call attention to "
for, blcxx bin market o.noo:! < acres of Florida laud iucul'ry. poised halfway toward his. "Why-oh, his vessel .
distrust look at hU finger nails. Ob Aunt Ellen _
fact that at might
present : And not a dollar of their exliendfd wouldn't I j I'm glad to meet you, I'm sure" she
I wish so.
e and exjwet you gasp
amendments are voted on by less from the hole. money) will the people who_ invested 'like) his looks better thou any foreignerI ended lamely lilt she saw her exclamation .A C.uaU.CrHfa."A .
35lper/ cent of the electors of the ranch in evi and :gesture. had attracted atten local paper iu Hungary pnbllfifevu! ..
Horn
in the Big ditches ever get have BOOH In the five years we have
:
and this too after the publication> of- Stosch looked straight an account of tho rendering of "KingLear"
Tho tion. Anton von
Heuriy.
purposes.] I shouldn't: I
have Iu
book Yet irrigation l enterprises spent Europe
amendments for dissolved. when/ Into her as he took: her hand. on tile stage of a very bniiill :
proposed
a mind being married If I ould. get ucti eyes; :
fascination gold
for them the
three months; .-lf 'this wide lawn or the boy in mime air handsome:(\(" well groomed man ns ho': "I am.! glad to meet you-again" ," he theater in the town' where the paper (
ing him a shower mining or lotteries have for most 'ofmankind. said' quietly. "1 have hunted thin town appears. The Hungarian critic began ". .
succeeds in educating only / There are. enough prize' to Is.' I over to find you. May I call tomorrow his article In this way: "The historian ";
cent of the electors it his ., ',"Virginia oh, Virginia!I" crfa.-.vl( '
per seems a went lo room stimulate kola' and ambition. Here' in '' ?" at literature are still nt daggers drawn '.
sonable deduction that the keep his eye' Mr*. Vrttistrmn.\ "It'a-It's Indecent tc' "I I oh I don't know" said oa to who pieces -. : R
FloriJ.i, there are 1I01.1"lIk11. and that i.sperlmps really wrotelhakospcorc's
Hlippoil from bin talk about a man Ilku that when be I' '
of the term of publication will Shakespeare or Kacon. tonight's
:
Miss Dressel. Then she began to laugh :
and us he fell on the reason our situation and of* can't understand." ,
redaction in tho "It's all too ab- of King Lear' there cnn- .
a corresponding "Now I lay mu" almost hysterically. performance ..
i feriiiKM attract little attention.-Tampa ,
KO '
ber of votes cast on the propositions / more happiness 1'IJon't; jiggle:/ ; your" pompadour 'Iurtl-.md' I can'l talk about it now- not be a doubt on tho mutter i nay ono '
Times. i ed.: Aunt Ellen, sild: l ;Miss but I will take the trouble to Into tie .
crook-I and please\ <1oll'ttet/ offended
milted and that shall
we __-io : : If he
caluilyl .nl)11.t
; t worry
of lIKMI WI' was so surprised and" tombs of those two t.LmO\1 men. The d
have changes made in the organio and stood English he would have *' who still lies \ buck has not ,-
"' pleulyof C'UOKS-TIE\ OUCH A It DH. "I'll wait, said Anton von Slouch, me 01.Jls
by 16 to 20 per cent of the electors. old l>oy. Let himself long go. Ho might be a chunk: quietly falling back. "It 1* quite enough written 'King Lear, at any rate, for the "

.J In providing for wide publicity ? The railroads of the country are beginning of pink and white and yellow taffy for to know that have found you at last. true author tonight's performance )
II'III
"' to nit and take notice\ that : all ho understand of tIle English lan ,1
., proposed amendments the up Though he spoke no more to her that must ) \have turned iu LU "
makers probably did no with a 1FERSON. the timber is gettiugtscnrco and at tho guage. Thatik: goodness. Aunt Ellen I rtiitnlntrllatf 1 IkreMwl I was well aware- grave." ",

sense of the gravity of making present rate of consumption must be- here we are almost nt Hamburg. Here th t''h followed: her from group to "

In the organio law and zed the makes the fol- coini ('xhl1uKtoillulcliS steps are taken let me tie your veiL You ore getting tho /group and from room to room as If Stodlo."Studio" 1
It on crooked. No; let mo carry Is ono of the many for. "
/ of her..11 the
/ to replenish" the supply. fearful of losing sight'
of
publication at 1)0) days to obviate
tbe.IIpproll'hlllf Now
house.
/ sult'casft It's a ;young shut elgn words that hare acclimatizedthemselves '
of her carriage was snapped
v'w. door
far an possible, precipitate or ; Madison county: It has! boon carefully estimated that for my last fee-almost-on foreign bill face appeared In the opening and I In the I nllhh laugua ?;; -
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(,action. In proposing the make an effort fur every one thousand miles of railroad soil." ho said quietly, but firmly: It Is a recent' import trw Italy, unknown 'O'

amendment its all thaI"'.. only / a local option' truck, half a million cross-tics and more The train had \hardly como to a long "I shall do myself the honor to call to Johnson's Dictionary and apparently

was to effect a small saving iu of license tluin three thousand\ telegraph poles are screeching, stop Ira the great station nt upon you tomorrow afternoon." nut occurring' before the iiluetecnth .

.1 t, :are and cents. Oodnpoml. rL'luin..II'II'h year for renewals, besides Hamburg when the door, of the car- Had Anton van Stench ben legs century' I hit It his supplied 1 ".'
i 'I riage was Jerkedlolently open and a want. "$hady.. vUiich Is the real Unit-
I This is the difference in the ( county with having/ in most cases long; distances to eager or deterni'ned lie would have
inuu pulled the German out lisp for "utiiilln," suggests a room fur
tlon makers and tlio prohibition that transport| them ulI tl'rllllll. young waited until tho conventional hour of
In English :
wltl1L'IIPIlI.ty grip, exclaiming reading mid and "workroom"
follow the hare missed Miss
mid possibly
exam calling wl'IUIg.
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has With tho timber available in
ameuder. The voter the, now the" 1 .
in banishing the : Pressel for his conventionality, but as 11c.1 > The l-'reucb Jl.t
,;,, tnnity to choose between.them. entire! United States, even if its supply ? "We're In luck. Tbero was n stateroom It was he arrived so early and unexpectedly along with "atelier;" which literally -\.

-- --.-- ..,- : evil, every prom could lie continued\ which is impossible unengaged oa the Kaiser Wll- I upon the scene that he was means, a place: In which small plants.

Baxter Wesson, the founder of ", every doleful' under existing conditions the expense helnt and we cnn Hall four days earlier ushered im* the library\ where she nat. are 11'1'1'1"1-11 I other words a clr.lell -

Smith & Wesson revolver the whiskey men" for renewal l of ties and telegraph. poles than wo expected. Good, luck man! "I don't know how they do things ( )1.

died the other day leaving an UK that buxi IIIUHt ben,. continuous draiu oil the resources Why don't you say something Insteadof In America" he said lifter the first

valued at fifty million of dollars and the town he of the railroad companies. looking at me like ft dazed:: .lIoU" greetings, "but I'm not gulng to lose Tle Poppy.
The German. pulled himself together The throughout the east Is en
time. I poppy /
is not more desire much that
a mer any
.
product of his factory less filled Among the railways which are preparing
Montiuello. who I with a noticeable effort! and egan to you should be my wife," he said simply emblem of dealh. In ninny parts of
for the inevitable\ and have already
)
,
untimely
graves.Congressman has fallen ill? stammer out something in German dropping unconsciously, Into the Inill thug flower Is planted upon graves .
tho contrary an begun planting flees, the LonU- when the other Interrupted him impa German Idiom. en 1 Li ei-iiuMcries. Whether or not the
W. B. Lamar is
is noted stores are! villo,, & Nashville U foremost. This Miss Drcssel had the night before Idea" was +; ggcHtcd by the poisonous

,; good service toward encouraging exteriors aid 1 in company' begun!: iu 190\ with ten medium tleutly."Mw cut that out!! You know per- Just wla the iL Intentions'l of Anton ('bullt"I' of the Juice Is uncertain. It

too/ growing in Wel&i'll>rida.. lie and decorated sired, groves upon' tracts of laud selected fectly well I can't understand a wordof von Stolcb were, and she had been U believed that the poppy was klloV'nlS

present urging the agricultural a. are_' being in- an suitable, one being only u few mile German. Never mind come along!" trying to make up her mind whether a funeral plant to tho ancient Eg'"I"|

ment to make a soil survey of more stores have north of this city. Tho young German flushed red and to let the affair run I t course or t tlaiiH. for upon the tombs ) >ylU'lxcml

''in his district and the department since the The. work is being continued and a with, one appealing look straight/ Into evade the issue by another flight there IIPlleurc representationsof

probably make the survey daring ever l before dur I taut of the eyes of'the' astonished Miss Dres- wan taken wholly unawares by the expedltloujnesn plant were evidently Intended ,
half moro than one thousand acresInix his suit ease and was for
: a years( in sel he picked up of his attack. popples.
'coming winter Florida certainly liivn!> planted to trees at 'station hurrying
Carney noon lost to view In the "But I've only seen you three times

wide-awake, working delegation have, lieen iu Baldwin county.this summer. throng. In my life!" she gasped. "I can't consider Con.f ort ing.

congress. .! e Improved than The trees. /are planted seven foot apart in Miss Drcsscl silently picked up her anything of the kind from a "Say, Elsie, look Wound the street

-- half: ;yearn of the row both ways Uefore planting the\ luggage carefully, avoiding her aunt's man I know so little as that. corner again and ace' if August Isn't'
Citizens .
of,Lake City deny that tigers: have ) ground( is plowed, an if for a crop of cot. eye, and for a minute after leavingthe "You don't love another?" said Anton coining yet." _

was, any preconceived refusal to have reflected epee I ills. ton. Mont of the trees thus planted live carriage she looked helplessly von BtOBeh. growing pale. "So, I don't see \him. But don't lie

teams for the. cartage of the the officer. of and, n is \ abont her. Then the label "Berlin" on "No" said :Miss Delll>el. "but"- worried; the people aro looking more
r"portl'tlley making rnlI.l.I'euHlll'
are
paraphernalia to the. depot to be for n tune to a carriage ctiugbt her eye, nnd without "Then Il made my flght said Anton and more like him every minute!"-

growth 1
to Gainesville. It ia explained These coiiili 1 1 -! News. a word to her: puzzled relative she took von Stoch"and I mean to win. Fllegeudo Blatter.

the teams In town were busy at There in mon, her by the arm, raced her across the It's life det to me-and no man
and, drunk Tint 1<1'E.lKEusmp. her stumbling in la man
station and pushed in. who a up his life Scarcity.
wIh'e
time but that
teams were. supplied ) "" for criminal Judging' ( from the tone of tho state borscht Just as the guard put his hand without strglle. "One has very few friends In this

the purpose when they could be ) before iu tinlus Hon close It. That of of life." said the misanthrope.
1-r.M. l:. S. Matthews of Starko on the door to< one _
from the other work that they wore county. Monev Miss "Isupposo
"Whywhatwhere"said the that o3. answered Miss Cayenne.
: ttiin and for 'ei-inn to l I" the favorite candidate for prettE'st courlhipl ever
gagecllo. is "onlltl'\lIn. crossed of Washingtonlife that is one reason why a
property given 'peak' 'r of the HOUHO. The honor could
In returns. of H'<-\ nut 1.., bestowed "I don't know," said her: niece des and since Anton von Slouch wasa friend Is so likely to be overworked..
If some of our brethren think we Lund slue,>.-. upon a more capable perately, "but most anywhere out ofHamburg. gentleman as well as a man of Washington Star. .
pace- etteni because we have and then I is ""in Hon. K.: S. Matthews\ U talented ." promise In his chosen career the June

charge for a clans of advertising end i .di serving, honest, upright and enrgetic "But our steamer!" gasped Miss Van- wedding bells rang merrily .over Tb.lr Frleitdiblp, C..d. :

fore published free, what would three y''-nr.. and with it all is one of.' the best strurn. smiles and happiness and genuine good "I have Just discovered that Emitters -

buy busnim x. fellows one would meet in a long search. steamer, Aunt Ellen wishes. Is a relative of mine" ,
think If we were to tell them that Montietlloat any "What's losing a _______ .
I I'll, Star would ire l.lclIoI4Cllto> him with my peace of mind "How strange!
., seriously contemplate placing the incrt>itKo ''''.'r | see compared A'laying '
i hiwi'ti' ass the next speaker and we feel 1'11110 more sail on the Kaiser Wilhelm %.hem*. "Yes and I had always looked upon

graph's subscription Hat oa an .. of d waster ur. that ho would till the position with now than I'd fly. Aunt Ellen, you're a There was a struggling writer In the him as a friend."-New York Press. .
ly iron-clad caah-iu-advance basis. \honor' and credit himself studio and a struggling artist
: Onlfi-' to and county. Jewel not to say 'I told you so, nor front In .. a a.pphlre"
.change is in contemplation in this are shy mill \\nr -Uke! Butler Star. the back. 'The struggling artist was 'Ke
Our woin.'n, I It ..lues look us if Oeue Matthews will even. to look It. nice to the struggling To say that a young gll's eyes areas
i .. and the sooner every weekly in the me time," laughed very writer for it
:I''" tin- "You haven't given bluo as is as aa
of
speaker the next House of sapphires
on' :Satunlux. He
even helped her
I time. wash her
takes the step the better it will be 1<. "but I must say a
with ilrunk. ', } -n-utiitives' of 'lorlda.-Lalle: City 'Miss Vanstrum. once Then woull be to say that her mouth Is os
them. More than half of our lub people') are nor .u, iliilex.I'h" certainly think It. There. I'm glad windows one Friday he I that lime abut as velvet Sapphires, no moro

ers now pay in .advance' and we ilrQiikuni. 'indidary of lion. 1B.: 'Mat- we're off at last I don't think I myself that filled envelope than are exclusively 'one color.
after I ,4 "I'! :Starke for Shaker' of tho face to face with that a well which contained
pate little trouble placing 'the tillinK q, II' ,,. care to come fives. The sapphires of Ceylon run from a
r' U now no I hnK, r i. of Representatives' seems to beI" fellow again" some blue blue which last
on the saino basis ,, young wish said he sof to a peacock ,
'i "I "that
into the \\111,111, | t" g considerably and it Bl.ould. you would There Is also a
negrtxto,. .. nun well lifted for the place' in I lend me one of those flves. I'm hard practically a geen.
A number of farmers "iu the '. ,n 1 1"'I".t| and will do honor to him1' -' It wn the evening cf the lair musicale up this -weak. I will pay you back red sapphire, called a Ceylonese -

berry' belt of Bradford county most ltu! ,!-fear'ig 1 Stud the state if elt>t.t..l. As au of the season', at the White next." ruby, a stone as precoa. as a

I. both, strawberries and long staple J are "mti-t,, 01 i "'1'.,' .> '|uiiintaiui' tf, Mr. Matthews wei House, and an unwonted air of anticipation The ItrugglD writer knew all about Burma ruby. Besides bile, green and

T ton, the lands being well i I IIIIMV' keenly interested) in hU race pervaded the brilliant throng as "nest weeks" of the struggling red sapphires, many fine ones Ire yellow -
adapted 1111
t.iyiir* > :-1-.II..r| mill not only wish but IJJ'&ooliO' It gathered the great east room. toe and white.
cotton as well as utrawberries. t t'-r him
t t success in tho r""tfor thin one ot the finest
the crops Is harvested in the spring "!'"'"' imiKjrtant onico.-Maccleuuy "They Bay she has ,"I would. said she "but I am afraid
the t.lll1ll1rLl. voices ever heard off the stagesaid I will lose your friendship if I do. n. K..W.
the other
,- 'F in the fall, and a effort of tin. Kijitor;. Eugene a Matthews of the the wife'of n South Americano diplo like that have happened to "Did you never," asked Miss SttQ1
,
-failure in Cither U rare. To have .Associati I "" .. Telegraph, is one of the most mat.. "But the family Is one of the Thing me. earneltl1-"dI1 you never meet 1 pei-

7 sure money crops a year Is an the price ofu"n I .x'liuUr, men iu }'Iorii.,. Besides being kind they call here 'F. F. V. and will He lQke at her sternly whOe very presence Oiled you wills

proposition and it is small wonder top notch during I a nrtt-i-lai4. '' luiwspapur'' man, he is aiiiu not let her accept any of the offers me "You'll 10 it If you don't." said be unutterable feelings- whose lightest
there is a constant movement of If condition, t11"'- 'r of tho state legislature, a has had for grand opera. ThU'U her set his teeth touch seemed to thrill every fiber 1 ,
settlers to this section. In a few in duller iu hill local bank and billow In public-since she returned lad hnr your being '
all the lands. around Starke will be taken as lath l) I "'lint nrgtnl for speaker of the louse of only appearance from Europe. There's Anton "Wel anyway save rte abe with "Oh yes,1 responded Mr. Oldbatcli: .
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the a Cincinnati
settled The \seiiutives., "rl
np. movement this cotton it* would make a one
.. Did evef see any Tribune. "you mean the dentist"-lvelani
Stosch. you Commercial
now more pronounced than at any below the the members the Tribune h thai von that man Trader.
?q iu. the.history of the towa.w i hint of SSonth Florida coil give so eager to go everywhere as .
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!: SPIDERS/ OF CEYLON. Notice of I mily -to --,-- ---, .
Election. !1" uia. c-ontrot the roust of' ..."", ,,,1.. -
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Ny hnd from hMI't..t '.
LEAF '' -
'""" l t THE BAY ,
lothiM-ln-nlt ; 6.
Uoldrn Web Will Ea..areIllyd..ad court of another
Their 1' r HI t,,, county
"UII.' ""... and nndmtint,
Miard. WHB'UCAR:' Thu In'g..I.ti. '"' Millni plat pro
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frtim tlwlivuit .. Dee r- r--
IheJun.tltutlouofllJHll..r'h'' t.,',. uLl I "urt "f Vauoail For Moro Th.n .
Far lu the mountnlcs: of Ceylon rlllroln' : ?ur i .miljr t/o tliw c-in-im eonrt of an'
up Julnt n""I" ,
did pan* ovnmpndmenU I ,? "llii r omiiy Tr... :. Cnllnarr pnepoae.. AT

there la a spider that spins! a web like Florlda.,1 the to the.jam UunMIt* wen .,.' -? ,: ." I"', ".'.r I .r'I".?.ni.r.a order.f.inr the. olrcult jull0'1' in GwaiuMa MH dl* "Two-third of modern recipes 0oemto Th ESYNDICATE

bright yellowlsU silk, the central: net of' all the ,, : { x v ,t t- ,",, miler county to hold ou' or "
of thrett-flftlw nl :" I i. ''bod i| "i"r 1 iiiii4 oP, part .if' ti-rniH, of the, "'"ur'01'' cull foru buy leaf, said a yoUngIloulfllkel'VI'r
otVbit'll Is five feet In diameter while wwb Hoiw.. : that th. vote on, ..,.. II.""I'V i i'1'.rii. AId'II..Itl., .". In I II",. court or riiord the other day "an.! aome-
tlunswrreontrrwl l uuoii I th. -i\ ma' ) I IH lilifl I
hiiiin-a
the supporting Hues or (guys, as the y with y...M md nays, tin, :nn'1, ,',iimU ,u', ;". ?,' '''-''I''IOUII"u"" "f tin n-fini.. jnibnof. orlnrwHuifthi theciiuitof.* bow its l always the one thing In the

are culled, measure sometimes ten or d.-t..rroliM.. and dirt that 11)," ., i 1I.IIhi>> H.nl I UIIIT IH-irliHlbr t will
"LI :; :; : ajuduc ml whole housekeeper
: : formula that a
Intlonit b. Hiibmltt.fi to r'' ; 11-traiiofirnil, firriiltourt: : kr"ir:: :
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to the
twelve feet. Tbo spider seldom tltva I r .f[ tu, -
Uwneral EI' ,. leaf probably
"'I..t.. lit the 'I. .N t'nln" .iiiiiin iiiniy or ..r any othi.rouiit III tinum omit. Ono never lifts a bay STOREDotill
or stings, but should nny one try TO liMit!. r I I. ", B>' andai.'MrdliDrtotlmHumi-provlMloti, *. for the reason that they are 'sorlnslve.
NOW, THKKKFORK' I, II i i n I L1'! -1"1' ., .
not ; pr" .1t"IIM in tluitnullourt I
catch him bite be and though! 'Ii\\\
will
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of t- "f sarle confront you
FOKU, Ht-cn-tary tab ,t'' ,. h.vnnlin."nnly., Other n vo''
veuouioua, his jaws are nil powerful asbird's Klorida. clu hereby. give noli., 'f"" 'r >'Mtiii4T. Tinuin> of \ but
I -lialMntv' 'I \:: :, ii|>| .|lilt.'l:;, |:artslli.'tiuu: 'mifoiirt: ; : in till tinStH nt++ i>u market stalls uud shop counters,
rwnn
II beak. GENERAL ELIXIION: I :> '.i,. ",,,1111 "|nli> orlKlnntlnit In tin-fourl of llu tiny lent rarely does. .

The bodies of these epltlera are very Will Imhulil, In i..'h county n, I ", .' i---.nl, ,j 'iiidliii.a. ..". iiri.invli-tion of fi-lon, In "When I flnully obtained.. ,inme (a, .
nod --wdius/ the IIr.I, ,,,' f'f''I' '? 'Ili, "n/l'.1' t r.. .inl Tin. i-trcnlt ruln'ttititn\
handsomely decorated being brightKold day I short time
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uf a
mill mull them)
tmlr, A. D. liMit!. the Hald. TII' in ?ant .v Hluill have flnnl HnlHillntc JurlH gluHs Jur
scarlet underneath while the II u ?,. ,iln l I" li ..I 1 nil iiii-Mli of a Fail
or nii'tinnrxtrlixl Ilea!
: SIXTH DAY OP NO\ 'INlbtlt' : ..f,Ir'-. 'rvl| 111 the court ego I lead not the faintest Jt to See Us When

upper part Is covered with the most for the rutlflnatlon. or n.J J( I?, .f r tho t .. ui,,.,111.,,,,, AllaplxokUrsrttaof.'rrorpn.,1 tlii- |limit| !uf vord.. \\liclli.rto. roniifctlou between the little witheredIouklnlt ,

delicate slate colored fur. Joint BMHIIUUOBH UMIIKWIIIK .w'InI. ,!,",,', ,,, .hl I"1 th. -''|irctni.' ,'.."rl..r In-nlt\ i-tnirt, nliall 1 Iw thins In the glass and the
So the webs that birds the the C'oiiHtltutlon of' the htnti.". .I l I n I n"n,, V1, |'rHM1;: ,:,| )? ti. Minc nay and luvnnlinit, "'
strong are ARTICLE XXVIII I hr. mtiui. rnliwiiM: Kovi-rnnnch prtM'ii-dlnirii; fruni laurel leaves. of the poets. To mjfrf' Shopping in 1 the Line of
size of I larks are frequently caught iiu-1 Iri'iilt 1'oiirt to tinrttiprvim i 'court prise I now Mud that they are one and
That tIt, foll..I1'1I'' ""WII."I. ,t i ,, ., A|"|iro\nltuni., 11.11.01AH'I'II'I.F.\.
therein and even the small but powerful X"l..t th..lJoI\I4tltutI..n..t tin) ,n' I Ft""lcl",", (t. the same I believe most sister housekeepers .

.,: scaly lizard falls a victim. A bi> ..nd It IH luirj.by aKi-iH-d' t,? ?I" l .)udl,, i+,, ,,,,,1 I. would bo nmared to find that .
mltt"dWtherlrrturHof thelit, : XXXII.'I'hnl .
t 11. DRY
writer says that he hat often sat and ..I.rnonW bot held on II! ," Mr.t 1 ', 'I lu'L.npal ,..,la> the fiillimlnir ami'lidniiint to ArticleM1 when they send a bay leaf fluttering 1 GOODS

watched the yellow monster-: measuring ftT the. ttmt Monday. In Nov. lid> ,,i. r \ |( ]nl. \ of, the Ci.li. ntutliui of' thoHtat-u uf Klorl-+ Into tho pot of soup or stew they are ( ,
for ratlncatlon or r. J<$-tl.m.KtH'tlim du. In.. and thi, ..
& when waiting for his prey with hU tt:!. Tha Uovurnor. Hi i IIplnlhr,| || -hull lu. .alullltnltoIIn, miiiu. IN -h.>.1.ri.hy...'....ugrnri*t of rhnxtatuat to anil really consigning to It the historic ; .

legs stretched out, fully six Inchesstriding tlie "Htnt Tn-aMiir, the Att.ji !u, ,. '" u? r,,1"1| tin, a.'n.'nd fkvtlon In lt*.' for ratlHi-atlon bays' which wreath uio brows of Homer CLOTHING l
thu *' ininilnMioiii-ror Auni-iilttii. mtln, ,,. 01 ri.j, tlon ,
across the middle of tile net Klorlduandthi-lriiuui-eHwiriilii.il." ,?, nt I",, n? dral"11I.: 1; F! ilh.rbnuu'hUt4h. L,' inlnture. nod the bard of Avon. The "I'lentittc '

and noted the rapid manner lu which by ...>iintltatf dralnmnimmlmilinierH, end fir. I.' r r. I ,III,! |ll"r, ;nun" ndnnnt, : t in thiHl'oiiHtttutinntaiid: the:
he wluda his stout threads round the 1.1: "" <1""I.'Wd| to .-..I"Jb.J,l -.i.i.r| .1 wini' I In. nun.i d to liv titter,tt/tli" uf all the according/ to my encyclopetlla. to and .
unfortunate captive. "-'U'":.. drainH, Icvi-ew, .Uk,-.. n r'I, ,i --v.f, tin' mlr- 1..10.1 l t'i 1'iich honor, such |iniiowilinn tho laurel family which includes. the
He throws the coils about the mteh dlmenwlon and d,-/, h'I", ". ping. n.liiii i nt. -hull InintvriHl upon' their ri .fuuilllur\ buy
usually sassafras. It thegreen
mt'nt of' Hiiiil< board of dri111x'Nwampandluverflo'irydbmti4tut t m""... "M, 'IHMM. Jnnrnnlrnlththryran nod, IIMTM and
head until the wretched victim la first "i .I.| | ".11 ll"\ ]"nilltNhi-il, l In one in "-atwlNrntrtu| .h trot,' to which the wicked man Is likened .
", ', n, ulna "lull v It Il.Tr IM lfcihi-d. for LADIES
II
blinded and then choked. In many uufroqueuted of ..lnM..... or m-h "nrtH or |* .1,-1 h, 1 i. 11 I",", ,,d ,? "". ,month, finiin, .ni'WMiMtiM'r Uati, .!ly' pr.-<>,pnl 1111( Uio next In the Scripture."My ., and CHILDRENS'READY
dark cooks of the Jungle I.t. '-''nrda, . miwiunrnltromtlmi to tins ml"1 In., .( ,t\,\, 't tlon th, imini-: shall niitiiiilttixl; : : : to the; the
small auild: laurel lore'-
come skeletons of touch
;you across forth lrrlicntlonorth' .bind... r.. 10.1',, |' anti,11., id l.rs ..f the Nato for apprtivnl. or riji ctloii. -
birds caught la these terrible snares. nialntBiilMilchoKnalM.drBiiiH, 1 I.', %" ,"m.i, ",,| IlnulJ"rltr., of lh. luclorn, votlnoupon themm filet that Bacon and other celebritiesGppivclated -l O = WEAR
i ri..M-rv irH. In mu-h manner".. will, >.. 1I.t,,. ml,l iiiiiin in.; nt MUI-II ..Irtl"'" Hluill, iul<.it tint (gnntroiiouilcully' ) Us spicy
the aim' iiiliui'iiiM, '
"l\nw.1H to territory lrnn.il: tin the Nnnif Hluill bt-i'imie H part of
ENGRAVED PICTURES Htat of Klorlila It. inhabitant- ,'in. "Nu, th l I'ot-.titutioii. Thi. prnMiHi>d mni'lidniclltA tlavor."-New York 1'ress.
niirB therwif. "luill li, .oHulimltti'd, tut to. i liable thi'cl..-ti.r>.i. GARMENTS.The
SiM'tiull I Ifil. Thattl... HiardI .""""OIl' ',..inmuwiontrn loot,,.. "" I'ni'li """ 'I\.I""t rMtrntily.' All .
Their nomantla .. urn liembj authorl/.il ,.ul,\ inn.' nhll"I\I. uilnpti-d at Ihi I eli -tlon Ht which HOME.An
Orlitlu !> Back to i-ntalillMli dndnt.gedlntn"' .. l.iu.I 1" uend tI.l. t- ,,.1.,11 ... ,......'..,..r. ..1........1 by ,.... LOVE -
the Fifteenth ('.nturr- iM.iindnrliiM thi-rt-of in tliostuti .,,I I\1.,1.1'ntt\, l '1 -In|hll',, i,1 In d,.r.iri.j."v; ;: ;". ;; ,i".lirnlputrt, ; ; 'of tho'Fon' ; : -

The art of engraved pictures dates its the Imnnl ..if' drainaKBomnii-...lin.,. ,i r- I i L mIn ,,,111\ ,, lltiulon frniii the:tint, of the 1..1.11'.1'' the In.tlnct That I. 1I..k.blr
romantic a"tlII.rt..1 .."emixtwrrvl xl ,l.i i I"r.?''ir. n It.tor -Hill.' Ironir In the lIu...
origin to the chamber of a '
Ii..t".r all the alluTial Hwanii' and,I ,'" ril"" \I'I''enlhuir' n. imm. I
Florentine goldsmith, Mall! Flnlgucrra il UiJitl"> lancU within mich arutni", dl,||.tn-t, The slriii.;oHt liiMtluct lu the horse J la

In the fifteenth century about the time or ,llHtri.tn. and li>vy theriHinnii, a.r' .nw ,no, Tin r"u.r,141IIIinagdlamv' | + with HHlil that of houiu -.all his thoughts cud lit-*
prtvl
not exco Ling ten cfntM pr KIT. i p. i r unit. f.lI ,
that Gutenberg was struggling with I IH* ftxiyl' uiiiiially I'.Y sold Ix.nnl"1'Ir,11mr. | | tin i l I.,ti"l unn inInienlH., the CHnviiMHfv. d..v'InrnUnnand.'tur11ntherrr'ntdnhntl tet'OKts 110 tlu'l' .ftll,1 tho most wearing Syndicate Store

his printing from movable types. Before cotumfnxtnnerx.. "u11 thev.rtunn III' ,,...... .n'.. ..r{ ,: I the saint,, n t uiilatiim rued ......trl'i"t-k"..'xtihin4nlto... ... nropmvld pain he sulTiTH U that of uOljtahdlltb1"'IIill a
nunntlM embraoil
the varlonH in .. I
l.rt..r j 'in .
that day pictures were drawn or whole within BUi-h dralnatfo. flixtrii'l.' "r<\lt>tn.. toHliall .. of.> lby HoHlH law, t..rl.r..1 rlwninitin. .. thelal. ; ;; for tlm familiar stall and the
painted by bund. r Fizilguerra was a thn tax rolbix. thiii., unt > -.. THM'I.MOXY WHKltKOK/ I h""n I"-..-
gluon 'r "
celebrated worker In metals and being to which sash. landrt" nniI. I I< unit, theImoantw.Ievl. .untiivi ). '' :AI. ctrnl..nlmt, I \"Ih.l* haml> ,,'and.. ..fFIuMl..lal. Unit our pots almost. Invariably return

commissioned to make a pax: of gold Htich".lbvtholsxrdotdounni. ",m' I' ,IIIIIIM-I|| | -, f tin. eapltnli, thlM Int day to UK from such unhappy expurleuiesinert //1. Starke Florida.
011..1.11..1. inaimi-r anil furni ,
a- '1,1p..rlb..1 \ \In ,
..:. engraved with a coronation of the Virgin t hy the tMiardof' drttlntu.. """"11".llIn. ". 'I I Aufil-t. A. D "00'. Hhiiilows of their former selves

ho sought to test his design by .'.... from i time to Unite, u'lilt'li, nut.' ,"".- -.hal,, I'I. n.LAY nirrrtrv t'KAwnmn.of mid In such rutc'lied l bodily voiulltlou
I. I... ..(,11..1.-(\ by th, mrlmiH tax "i-oll.. 1.1. "d t ti". To.t. I' H ; : Mtitlc.
NherllT ,
). w tilling in the lines with a preparation "",.unth.* wlwrdnMiii-hleviMBhaw' I I" n .muli,, .,tothi a inn It. HmdfordI'liiinty, flint U is mouths lit-fure they rvgulu

of oil and InnipbUuk 'r tattw are t*oibrtnllna"iiln'i .,, ,. their usual health
and Webliimo __
ti... ... ., whtCb threw the 1.. .n,' .. n..... .d" ..."m..'._ .I, .. ..wttlthonnlof Application for Tax Deed. spirits. V
;.WfI! picture Into renei. ny chance foe race ; rtr: I lniHlonrniHlull ;, nonlmkrlunrn.-; ; 'unl;, ";';;an. Notli'i. i- In n-'n, that Willlti the uuufTn charge, Ioor'feed,
liven AinlrcuH.liuriliiu. .
was laid taco downward ou a piece of hikvva Ili-n "tt 1" ..."l 1 I" "II)"''h.>.r Ta\ bud IItlhllu.f.; InsntlU'lciit pasturage
r tit" I i ;n. lot !
liitnn. "tngxtlfntrietntU in tho taiitlil" IniuU. III nu\' -',, h ,!'nin. lh. 4th:,Inl.i.:, ,r :.luh 'lI.I'.tl'.ti\; ; i.; nlnl damp linen, and when taken It I hint l Biildirtilliiiti etc, 1I1-.1 < tullsleutIit the fact that
was )
up .
ho '
tin inmlit
.'. ir..o:y.; discovered that the picture was printed. ft nny work ilmu' uiKli'rth, i nrn."us' ,, for. 'ta\ dirt l ti i'narinw'unbeu'uwith, apjtliia'lion \ I itt\ our o\\n r.iult utiil the direct result I # 1 r

'. I J:1bet't:: after sheet of damp paper was rHof.orflime, prior to prAvlHfiii tin ,luy'pn'n,. | t\mi 4'1'11thn sunammbnrnQandattin' t ., liiu hi' MII.III"( ..." cmhi'accM ilu> tllll..%% InO( uf heart huiiK'r which no gruiM. si'ulu / ::
1'11..1'1'' -triiatiHlin Brnilford
.ri'. y :;. !impressed by the same plate and the Iji lHlatun' > IMKMKI I In IINe4 ,iKlorlitii. | to| nil coiin- or rixiitixs could entirely) assuage. Or '

v' "h, good news that the art of printing pictures miHHiont Htvtlon M.be anil Tlmttlln It 14 board authorl/Ml of ilrai t n,nut..in, .,. \,. r- t I.*. .of lot, I.- .ii-ii, I ip.-.n. rmmi'-jOe. 'Ill acrm.Tin l'CJIIJ'Ijtltu little iiifil uiusflea hove

1 was barn spread like wildfire theri {'htofomfneatdnmsblIn' th,, T liduan ition \ -iii.l: hunt' >I. I nil 'a.uan' r1 at, thn data of from hick of e\("I't'lst', shrunk and lust. "It's a fact I can't "
throughout Europe. The c.i Inns for the \\at. ,,, collection of Uknn and ruHi-rvolrx forth.'pun.| : | ,-, Chu.Uol.i' rl- 1'U. Unliiw,, ....hl..IIII'.I"' \plumpuoss; the creiit
o old prints! Introduces Albrecht purer> I afnr..4Aid and..,..,. ,* '' Ink inlniHuchlnndiw 1 -all\ I I., ril.ini'l( .aii.onliiiKto l Io.\\', tax dculwHHsHU. linn fallen from the same cause; "pov We often hear

. :. g .? the "father of line engraving" ((1471)) It. matr. ', txmding ,'?,lid mnntt"npnwe.vilnNx 1I.n theKTH erty 11111'''" appear In the quarters and this
d. 'nud neuuHHitry for MI< li |par DAY OF :I
fKITKMBKIt. A I). IIHW.Witinss .
: ng' In four brilliant ImpresiHons of "Adam JHimiH, nnd in awertalnjnic the < IHIM) n.itn..'n ,t.. shoulders; the tall and man are all
J.-' a lid Eve," "Little lie.nnlil fur mu-h land or right uf v>.. I n'.0111> moMlcial. Mitfiialnri'nnd ...'..1 tlilM lilt of slinpe or all remark.
.r HorSe )JelanchoJlI d worn the feet
dm
to i>Bd<* vd from' Miu'h (lriiiiiiMtu'i)\ \ '' < ,"nHlili'nsl of August t, A U. Intl l, away; J
and "St. CJerome. "Melancholia" by tI... jury.Hiirtion [hBAM, w. T. WEKKS 1 I. stubbed off; the coat dingy and sun

!is a strange composition of llfl. Thi Inlxfora l uui\ |I"t '.' ""I. '"r l'I: ''W"t ft! Brndf. ril To. }1.. burnt; the ak.ln full of all
extraordinary hen Bf K WAINBIOHT.D.O.Ir manner of When
th. asMiwMmi'nt of' ntM
  • originality and bas been a mystery r"10I'h II."II"oc", nml tin, <.,.,.1\!!,".t nu,, near, l'ub1nti abrasions; all these an*
    for thnn"'jf trfn'iiulj. tht'rofrotilinll/ I i I" ii> wild that wlu'n'' thll CoutJiietitalat the
    Ih..I.
    over four ; ] pout effect not the '
    ceuturles. This of '
    bit cause the lack '
    { ..,. of to t\iv\ I".m..f dralnwinmnl "Olllllll""I"". ,n ,t" ,6,, Atliintic/ HdrtcK clotto thiN Samson tho of of the faithful service ;
    ( yellowed paper possibly pulled from by then fur M""h (lrnin"K< pnr1"' .. hit hotel will not bodily comlltluii which Is two-third ; i
    again until Its
    ,. ..r... the. plui by_ Ourcr's own hands has Appr>>vid May :f7. IDIIII, doers ure, iiifiii-l] ( to toiiristn ojwn who alight' due shitM-ly uud solely, lu the high: .
    t.l- .. lust none or us laseiuatlon.- bred, nervous svt unlcago ARTICLE!: XXIX.Tluit ut KeyVuitt' on tliH r way to Oul ". This to simple f ; }

    Post. Htftlon nine ..f tinC'onititntitmof Kruit! structaro. four Ktoricw liigh, in to honesleknons-f''crhnuge..,

    / tliMftntecif FlxrliLi U. nii.l l ill.Ham IniiKivid from .\t1IIJ tlO Heacli to Key ... ... & Co.suit has givent t II +I 1\\

    NO SENTIMENT/ IN SIGHS. how., via IH :litTeby Hnumdtvt HO lui in r. ail u* f"l\ Wt'.t 011 b.rw', --. r ,

    "Hwtlon II. The twlary' of' ,-....h .I-tt,.. .>r tin him he hates to i

    '- Th.y Are limply C...... by a De".. Sunn.me a lour jriwr..I lutll" Th be four KaUry HuMiwiml uf" iai-li: I, (;rn IHKOdouara ::' nil partn>\ I '

    l.nv Far More IIr*.(h. JndifitHhall bo three thoiiHitiul I n.*.. littti'lnil, '
    -' The Iglttgnbliarss= .. with it
    sigh, which from time Immemorial y ur. I .
    That the fon-K'tlnK amendment i to -. n. n "
    . and by all tho poets whoever sung of Article l V tit the IVm-itltutlnn 't- i In: r :' > ,i I ,

    ; ytp has been regarded as a matter of sentlmeiit "fr.'tc'IC1 .t4> and tho Baino Hhall IHMII) .tmtn,,,l ,I'theaIonrwofthestatetor ;:You have ;
    can
    YELVERTON a
    aijproiid .r "t-i. ,
    . .
    .. re.., and connected with the thin .. ,
    emo- t the next ri>nral elix-tloti tions, la declared by physicians to be by "HK-ODII, | I 1. Arri'1'VII' 1 '
    :. of. the suit \\
    as purely a physical phenomenon as Is Approval( < '" itutlo't. or overcoat.'i\ \ j

    ""' "t/" ,. tho sneeze or cough. A well known May Ml. liWC.ARTICLE. : .= ',t.- ; : I I'

    made from fabrics
    Philadelphia doctor speaking of this !: 3xxThntth1.tuliowingrurndmrnt ,
    *
    ., V the other day, explained that the sigh ,IAm.' I. Vofthet'oiiHtltntloiiof in '
    Is nature's the state nf Kluriila, .. In that will I/i!' '.
    method of making one takea ttvoto tliH.Turtli-lary 1 di-imrtmunt, I' .1 not wear / .\\\ '

    deep breath. When the lungs have Ix rn1 riivtlnn I IW of nail! ArtlHi- V j"J.\,:. :\,:. I ?
    been getting Hanm IH hnriiliy airriitidtoandHlin.il. l Ii' .".,,"Itt..1 l .
    Insufficient
    air a sigh la to the nleetoni. of' the .tl\t..t the, yn'rnl'I.\ Furniture [ out.. :
    the means by which they are replenish tlon t
    ed, orwhen the air has been Impure Munday In Novomlwr, A. If l IiI(( l f-r railncatlon .

    : the sigh which one often takes In step. Heetlon, ,or Hi n. -Jn Tim-tlon annual, Fr colt Halnrv"f: tli'lii'ln". You can have It, J! ;
    '
    ping out Into the open air Is from the of .u-h of the, Criminal UuurtH ufUiH.nl 'I"\\ House Furnishings : ; "
    or horrarttir to b.., tvabllabnl'hell! I- \wad ; r
    same cause. glutrtrrlyby' the county whummth,, ) '"tirt IeHtelillHhml I- made to make your .1
    The doctor admitted that ., and Hhall he BH folliwi. In .."..illitlHof ,
    people ..
    ."r" sometimes sigh from sorrow or other thinutanil lem than dollar fifteen; In nountiiM thousand. .ra.iiiliii.n..! |fr.m,| lirt.-n. "", StOVeS and- : form look right ",

    mental III, but malntalued that this Is thonwuifl to twenty-five thouMHinl |iii,,,iliiil..n ,
    nftn 1\Ud.-d dollurn ( countn.f, .
    ; in ffiij
    partly because It has been accepted as tw'nlyll" Ihol1Hllnd tbulwwlpxflpulntlon ,
    thlrty.llv'

    .. the expression of grief through ages as tin. Dr more. two than tho.d thirty.tlve dnlhnt tI"'IIII,1 and, n'Inpuhn", ''" .11". Shelf Hardware. i : 25 to 35.
    long as and
    kissing handshaking hare tlnn twrntyflre h""drl" IkUIIIlin. h,, r. 'I"" r' l
    been accepted as signs of affect loo txttllnir any Bn or C'onutltiitlon in ounlllAt buruwltli| 'T-- -- =-= -- .. '500 to eadu.... Local Rcsr.MMtatlv.
    .
    friendship..-.. -- Another- .reason.. .why- a sigh Approved June 8,1KU6. i patterns Ed.> V. Price 8b 1
    luiujwB a ourruwLui uiuuffut: la mat Company

    such thoughts are often concentrated: l ARTICLE!: XXXI. We are Jpaklng Sqeclal Prices this Month on"Vudor" select Marc hint Tailors. Chicago 'r

    and intense enough to cause Insufficient That' the -lowlntf amendment tn A\, I.of \I. t' .

    breathing. When the lungs cut thu to CoiiHtltntlon the Jmllt'lal the duprtrtiii.nl ntut ,ur., Fl-ml!" '' ''' 111 r;,I Iative from.YORK
    .. Porch Shades
    ter for a certain time from this Insufficiency Iw.rnl wrtlons el- 11118:.t, 411. oW. 4;'. 401 nn'I'I I. 'f THE RACKET .
    the sigh follows. add Article/ V. "he and thi w..m< .... h' I' I I'a : Starke.No
    .r' Sighs are ,,t"""'* *" and shell .be submitted, Hi- 1 I.' '' -
    often caused too the or theN/Ntw.tnn' )I"'I,, ,
    .
    says same authority Bcnfralwti"in i- i.: V .
    on Tut-Alnr aftt-r tin flm "n. \. ", '" : 1!
    Monilaj' while ,
    by certain sorts of Indigestion l"r A. D. Jiujtf, ir rstlflrntin'I. i rpure, a. Mountain" Refrigerators ;, ..

    -PhiladelphIa Record. it-wit : one run! MI> whet ".' nay n"Carrutliors nerC'Nuqeddug INSECT ANATOMY "'
    heetloiHrt. ) .. II''" f ,
    ThennhalUweMtoMi-l'-
    '. h'r t"-m i lu i-i'-k' ii i' / ,

    A* Ancient D.e/p.. n"r".o determine >h> ""OJ.< ;.;. "New Perfection" Blue : from tlio ground: It" aM' Ih\' .1111' Wo..1- O..hl.. App.r.t..e

    An ancient recipe for making a tweet alelivtlon.aronrtof of tliH vnl...N east on the' qo..tlon al.i n. '-nlt'' ;'u'|;'\I.s 'I.r Flame Stoves : a cigarette: H<. r pl." ,."...1' It i"-ry' '" | ll1111cnrnfully w..... sad llormmt '
    l. amitl.) 'n '
    perfume for the ladles runs as follows: judge of ...Meourtwho rmur"-f..r..' !I". H" "ke. If we take any moderately lurie'ln. .:

    Take stores calamlte and benjamin who by thr..UovurooramteonNnnnl...IL hold b,> \"" '.41; i' ",1 onow ,.It.,1! II.'"/. {oil' 'I.." '"'*'. sert, ally a wear or a hornet we" ran ;
    lilx offlr K 'n" '"" (
    fur < the
    of each half wh.reNalsry e ,: and ",,1 I 1110 ,bonier see, t-vc'U with iiukinl eye, hut
    an ounce laudanum one Hhall 'twothnu..ml"' 'rl''n' sweetlu-urt. lit. illrow'

    ounce, musk two grains, and: pat> them oountr ddd dollarw of. -Bnilila.year..( peyable quart. I'" ,"' r' ; Into his .I ,' ".""-llt or ''Inc' loud' a i 11"1'1. of small Kpotllkv mucks runs
    Ir'
    together in a fair brass mortar, which r..eonl now eHtabllMhed Th In Ewwul prlrnlli< Water Coolers and Ice Jars in the imii.1' r II",.. -',"'rlir I liO' 'lot to alouif the aide of the body. 'lliivM. ap- .
    dial], the I. I : parrot t spots. which, an elghtfvif ":
    npon ; i. or Ii
    must first adoption of them' an'' 'In out rUlIf
    you hot la ,110there' '
    warm so the fire r stay In 1'r..1> .
    .
    and be ... ... r
    Ml""I5" tlix court of' ..-. I i twenty lu number, are, tu fact, the ,
    that with the heat thereof and beating provided and all ottlrem "r, tOt bOlll Of > '
    : fir Hin-h crlinifi"" II!
    01'' r..D..hh..lllwofll.. t Crex Mattings and apprttiri'' through which air I Is admittil .
    with a little pestle It may work like ord and dlxnharKe "ra 01'' "'h. I' r'">," / Rugs. ( i" .vOn tile IV'ii'iu'rn .. ,"
    lie and ( the
    dnttm r. : Into system, and are KOlt01'811ytOI..1
    wax, which being thoroughly wrought i-mnlumenM of' arh nntll th i-. "Vt"", r.- our mil' r h". hr .10101. "I bought
    their! prtw-n'$ torn nf nmoe I ,. make' sure!: or lu surli a niauuev that no cx .
    yon may make It In little cakes or balls H,'floafl! Th I tile Tortunn "" na-r.luy i I.
    ,
    iwld runrt Mil' lltdn triincom mutter can by
    possibility
    any
    .
    and so lay it up.-Home Notes.A haverxrlia4vnorlgln.i juriMllftlnll 1 fV ; Ramon: nod fIr '"* "'"'"-lluII r
    'I' find entrance.
    In.loiu, .
    ,, ncit capital, which Hhall .. 1 .
    caraliln manly and .hall h.... I i c. .V -- OOIPtlDl' they 'ore furnished with a

    H..... Fir. AlavM. 1 anent,Irrnlt, eonc.rrnnlwiththel'Irntp'. I f' I I3f t, : ,. MiliTI Sir.'hete pair of betray lpn[ which can be opened .,'
    Jtuitin of' .... .. .1 I Itl. I ,
    .1.1ouat1., th' i ot Bit
    Many ships hare a pipe running from inrlMiUctiini of' III''' I h" nerhc a closed'
    i all other M and,! and a( the will of the Insert; la'ullmr ,
    the hold to the deck. It la a precau-- heriroultonurl.ndrirrnlt. '. oll..lj, tlu.ky who it .
    ty. and the...... Jmliri ,more Illllll .I. CUM. they are ileunrty fringed r
    '
    > loriba utist'blevousuens '
    tlon power to MOU female tt\I
    against flra. If even a .I.uk'lIlI'
    trifling
    damns. much '
    .' Ini'UW'Mon qtm wiirrant.prohlbltUin. III College Kivell with stiff, liiterlHi-Iug bristles, terming i,
    .. thot .
    ti In
    lIre In .
    occurs the hold smoke will "and ht. wr porptw and nil tJf "I'' trnndN"u' a llllor wbU-b allow air and air alone "1( ,
    ascend the pipe and upon issuing from n.ictMMiry to the _mplt.| tx ,rt', i HuJ\\1I.r""IJ.\\ ins duty .
    jarl..u.t.'.. w the dix-iiT. court \Callabasocc. employ ot" to PIIH>. -.
    the top will be noticed by some of the juI"" ot ..xdd eOWll7. except, ti/ .. the latter. I "el j i" OJ .rb..u!: a COP hut tlio appurntiw .whutpvw char-

    crew. Checking It would then be nthorlty.. .o munraun and i-mji --, trot third ..
    ._ ,
    :. !!. com- .In. : # yeraaUou hi' I1tt'h' dt I actor It iiiujr I*, ,.. ,..Iwayll 10 wonderfully

    paraU1'elr easy. ID tea aDs.nce or sort eiiartlna4r. Tlwre.hullbe N/. .. IT POSSESSES IT EMBRACES generations. ,I' It wu once i-rfi--t la It. action that It bunIXHU

    pipe, though, a fire might begin and !Hwtlonia.tne.rh year.; apparent that 'ii Wilt The Glued l ImiMMiilblo' to
    / injure the
    .
    '.. Thora'khail h for : Ideal I location. Muse .
    College of .
    remain unnoticed until it assumed Libaral / "
    suchproportions Jlr-'tItlnllaU"me:', wbo shell I. Arts. the boy tm holy of .a dead 1'IIIt'' 4t wltb na nubile a
    .beI
    that conquering It wouldbe bT (loveyn"1..a.. ranermnl It, Kscelletit: wjuiproent.Mtarxianl School for Teachers. 'n :'; trial unW4-
    and who than hold hIM offlw f..r. cnrrieoloni, Bcliool of esami' t Sftttory mi-illuiu an spirits| 'of wine. although
    .
    Mosie
    almost Impossible. HI. eompanx.Wm hall be fts..1 h ocal "aIh, ; to 01 : M I'1." 'I"" M urp'rruK the '.
    Hoofollon iy Wi-U wktcu-d faculty. strnmenUI Hiibjii't Will tlrllt lmtur: >d In the
    H. All '. oouwUlrlil.
    .ha1I.......rr'tited" nSmon spun lmf..rnn.trlalil ; y RTmnasinm. irmn new luurament Including 'pipe on pkklnlllny ,,' ,':0' ,. : graadfatber fluid anti then placed twuunlb the rv

    D.dg... o.th but .It IN.. fik.+d bT th.. prw"r Ming I eat.lswimmingptxl.. School of Industrial ""'fJaekllfJu II'' ',." nald, clue cvlvrr of an air pump. ,
    the ....... ..nintbn'ItIeck
    Hirer (stopping to sharpen bis Jury of thirtrcol" cam Art. 'Io I s .h..rlt h"lII1'( '
    pen. Twenty-ncre
    eonntT pas.Hititi dating Domestic 'ternly Tlie afwrturtw lu ijueatlou cotmmunt.ease ;
    may Indict .
    ......... tor any off ..*-trl | Science 'a11d abet du ItuudiOok'suy.
    cll) How do the moral environment .
    you spell plural of of..rord. lJJIf the Bmlinif An ; Hr.lter: wltb two largo bruulbliur tubes, .
    'jdodo: ?" WIth without CUot..t the aired I J.. shall .1 I Admirable college spirit. Srlwol of 1i>
    or the .r the -I for trunSi cut r' Expressioq. .; t'I, which extend through tbo entire length .
    > third
    thecnurt M
    Brooks (who Isn't quite sore)-Toodon't whk htrW Steam heat. electric light. 1 relt4dld.al, the the ,
    .ll.lib.upna! tuftirmaH. ._ .-'fu8ab., g'' of body. Front' UMM main tute
    Nact1UnL _
    bar to spell it. There's no such .I..t.od,. The. ekrk of a.ld inn tu0. en.ratlon: '!1.. .. ,J.I .1. IIIIIIot says are given off ,innumerable branches "
    iMehn4or.oflG' sty ,
    blamed bird now. It's eitloct.-Chicago atoll hold afar. few tno.J":1a..n'l.mlls. 'm l'f; I Young UdiM contemplating entering- the College thli; fait* alroglq d >I 7d' all mu-tn : I. .. wt It u..o't 111110'i -' whlib run la all directions and eontlnuiilly .
    h"'h : -
    Tribune. ustlo..h.U be Iboll Uw Th ..rf, write at one* for dormitory roooL twMiDIa.begJD. WadoenUr trot ell oj "n"fitvr ,
    P.rambla soong --1)bj T... th.e...-nll' ,,,,, 'I :a(6tb. and coDclnaa ltlit month/ 8ep&embe..... i all got to tell I" divide and' ut
    better 'if..ld by-...".... aDd ha, dptles. and fa..twV'naxed I for catalogue and lufarmatiyu. write to "' ... I York Tln'. __ Intricate network 'to formed '

    Something always make Its -'It et rr pervading every part of the .'trn
    !b. mId.- -
    appearance when the old and worcout C" :: wWchobe.in el.aw 1.PfIIM the of shall pnxrdur..ndth ; .,; ; A. nURPMREB, PrasdeuI., : 'i'Jlgtton ;; ymah, 5ivite! eltL'13r front ture and penetrating area to the aft '- '

    things fa&-Aad.rs.a. I.w .. ..rd. I dpi fNW the tvoiuie. *". ,
    ... all reletl_ ..M.O'inroaru at I are.. pralefJI:
    ord, exOtrpt..ollt wi. provW.d bef.ln. dlalll I r I I tod.' I I C.w --' ..
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    a Oalve ton'6 Sea Wall The End of the Worldof Application for Tax De d.N"t. .
    A I

    : ORIGINAL NEW ENGLAND. M7aterySo.d.. | I, life now as safe in that city as on troubles that robbed E. H. Wolfe of ii4 Klvcn V. I'
    ..w .- "How to keep off periodic attmlfbiliou < ot'l m"k.. s E. W. OoodlL who Bear Grove la. of all Dannno Urrad.Bread h."I ,' t.t ">
    'I. 1 niJnn.18. TisofnlneBs. irarPlianiT' Tnx t .? SW11.8uid
    It la ald That |t W.. Lo..... on th* ues8. and habitual conHtiim"won "II 'it... hlltl..r' ; Untton St.. in Waco Tex., when he began taking Elootrlo Bitters.came made from buauna flour Is :' eh't, .. 41 I h day ."rtl.I.ol U. loiS' .

    Parlllo Co..*. a mystery that Dr. K.tng'Ncw, Lt..1, .Ud, on HUH wall for safety. He writes: lie writes: "Two years ago kidney common enough In Europe and Eland iiaiVapplli'Htlon inMflliilHiildi'frtlllcaU-a. for tax 111.,li4ii my to iHmi' .' ',1110 a.*''

    There la a common laying that If the Pills solved for me," writes John :-.; "l. no..wed Dr. King's New Discovery' trouble canned me great, soft'eriug which One pound In said to contain ,mirdunrt! with ."w. Said .-.-..tU'.I. ,...inliraieIw
    |hiLc&,, !
    .
    pilgrim fathers had only landed on the PlpBuant. of Magnolia, Ind. Tin- ("Illy. 1 on-nmption the piwt five years and I would never have survived had I not more nourtahment and energY produc- rolll, t..rn..II.r"IH.rt'| | ".. ." In
    for () .... ,
    pills that are guaranteed to pert' t that lag tho .e".ty. FI"rlt. twlt
    givu Before of
    of the uncl, safe. taken Electric Bitters. niuterlnl pound
    Pacific coaat a largo portion HatiHfartion to 11, k'I'" l'$ mI''U They also Cured than one WSof % '. .>fmV4of MOO 112 tp 8 a, ritiitn-'A, )
    have everybody oruioiu'y r.- i tough; > which' for years lied me of general debility." t: Sure finest more digest ti 6 ") "'.
    ,r" Atlantic seaboard would never funded. Only :alSo at t 1I1Ilt' I hlld l \ care for heefstcak Is much e, and i-j "f ,W'4 'f M..I. |. II 1'.1.
    own Bottled. Callfornlana Oregonlansami ; AllDruggists._ ,,,,.'u LTOWIMK worm Now it'Bgone. all stomach liver and didney complaints ">le and hopes thanout-sixth the price. ,,,"tllnlltlwr.. I .M. .
    coughs, la grip]*), croup, blood diseases Sir 'I'hi.tlHid ," l ( ,_*HHi Kiliniinc. headache believerIn
    believe this Im ,l'l1r.' diz- Henry firm .
    Washlngtonlann Appllcatiop for Tax Deed. Stanley was n uf wiih ,. I In 1h IIBIIH, "f
    ? In other words, the charms of WI""l'lIIlt. mgli. and prevents pneu zideKil end weakness or bodily: tlerlinu! the banana. lIe went so far aa to L'liU/ii.wu UillifH .III."t., ,','rtt""I. sloth;,

    the plicitly.I'aclflc coast In the way of climate Notlnw h...Mliy; 1I:1..n: that. O.' L. P,..k l I'-r,' lot"14114, }'!OitIfliIIt. to ta take. Every bottlelluurllllr".cIltt Price 60o. Guaranteed byAil DrnggiMts. advise that Its consumption would cure b.. ...I.t..1 ..-.,rthtng t I",, t. ,.t will
    nluwnrof Tax UPtltI..atlO No. 17ft (lItt4MI l III.1 '-' ,' 1 AU lruggists. Price 50oi IHHUI' ,.... ...I thoIITH
    t ore lit G appreciated that baring once .;Uy of July. A.B.lUUl.liiwfliwimi.L <., ,nr' m. | Trial bottle freo.t ehounmtlsm gout and nil liver affections. DAY AUUUHT A. I>. l1UI.
    experienced them men are unwilling In my UtI1t'I. and hiut mad. aw lli.atlnti r'IHt .,..i :tti.l..; *i till. A tank full of crude petroleum ou a When lying at the point of Imml 0', unit hltt.I.il will, Ihl"l t ho7th .
    ,, .
    to I" In fly
    I "" ao orda..ae with Inw. "> d' car at Live Oak burst a few Wltl"o" .
    \ to live elnewhere contentedly.; Now not oirtlllcaUi i-mbrwwH. the folluwlnir
    I one man In a thousand living on the to-wit iMrty: ultuittod B..Uo"houlll r l I", d.! I urn. rotton: > Growers' Association! lied boring depressions and it waa gathered !uanuna flour mixed with milk was the ('1k e.t ("h. B..lnrell..j l Fl,"..
    ). I! Pacific coast kuows that as a matter "''H of .a..I i of nwJi, iwo 21. ti> 7.., rankAVrtNIi I at :l1o,1': (} ln; -
    of fact the accents of our mother I I wan! f.jriur l for the pnnxme of building The city marshal secured several! hun The secret of the banana, as a health for Tax Deed.Notl .

    I tongue were heard on the !beach not Th ..l land hnlnff iwwww.,1;at thn ..1...". < t ,th.aMauou I" ,//wanhouM' ) in which farmers are to dred gallons, which he will use in tlio and strength, producing food lies In Its Application
    I of MaId rtlttcaU>In the ","I1I1..r, .I 1"1' ,.,,10 I I iVtv tlH-ir. i-uttou and hold it for betterCliililreii high 54 h.rtliy Klv"*n's'thBt Enmli (truths
    far from Una Frauclsco/ forty-one yearl RIsmesTs ,I, pools about town to kill mowraitoa. percentage of protelds and the ". '" of l'nmc tWtiflfiit* No. 1 IBJ. into.L

    I before English: was spoken on Plymouth Ofototlflratft No. 1'11. d..tctd th. IHI .In' ,r prll'l' great number of Its calories respectively tiurohiim-r th, II:it tiny of .TnlT, A. I). 1154.. hiw 'I'Kil' snit
    .Tiily A. D. IWIl luuifllBrt .nald e""UII'III., III'I M iami 20 balancod In u>.llli' ,and hiut niwla ,ipplI..i..
    i rock. do ohil. and la perfectly my .
    .. hna in pain never cry: as Why fret and when 391.71. It a r.rtll..t. with
    iItttI flh'MIe apnllratluu fur tux. il. ..t l i I'JMMIC worry your child d. sltc. i I.ii.in wi-tinlaii' ;
    ; More( amusing still la the fact that In atxinnlonnn '" Ith law. Mid.rnbrw.s ,'UIII.,,nt.I ..InMiiiinriiiK, from ImnKer. Such is has a severe oold.. You neat,, not fear ration If sliced for breakfastand law. Mn.1.1,.rtlncat" ..mlt,...* UII r.I.ln..

    the original New England was on the .- the folloxvlnif aum-rllMsl 1 ]irii| rivHltuatod ? I.IHwith. 1111 babies who cry and arerUtiil pneumonia or other pulmonary ditieasps. served with milk and sugar.-New < ....<'rltn.il i>rop *rty. ..ituatot in B'.1u''
    t.' for Sir Francis Drake In In Bradford: county. rbriIi. tw. ,it ( wizen they really with Ballanl'g York ty Floriila, to-wit'Hf'iof i
    :- pacific coast for Bickiwsfl Keep supplied Horehound Pre .. .
    N'ifo-3ofuw duo Zl, tpTa, ranid' !!I. I Tills "'I"j.t n < or I.>t l 1.1 in Wu U..wn.
    1570, at the doMe of a mouth's atay :>>ocr.... : 11', uir.rin' from hun l'r. IH.niiKMl Syrup-a positive cure for colds, cough, In ,w ]18. tp I4, riniKu. J.'. U> Br<....

    took poltsl'tl lon of the country for his Tlie...... land bpinir awuvMml at tho dati. ..if t'Ii i .. 1 from their food not being assim.- whooping cough and bronchitis.: Mrs. Tho Noa.. The.salil butt I iM-lnt( .'HH<- t at the il"t.of thoIwimiKH

    sovereign. Elizabeth and named tho twrvlee.lwnianceofau('!haiirtia"ateltiUiHimiui, c.f ,r V il.it.-il lint <.It'vOllred by worms. A will few Hall of SIOUX Falls 8. D., writes, : I The nose Is Intended for breathing, of MM-li 1'"rUI"t.. In l tin, .*.,.,1..r. '

    Nouva Albion (New ,lolli",, of White's Cream Vermifnga have used yon wonderful Ballard's J. H. Jnnrlt Vnl. 1111 ..tl.t. "
    new acquisition TMOntlflnaU. [no ISfl,dated U.., 7th EuRlund) because be thought the white July A. D. I\JIJI\ ha nitHl Malrt .rtlflc-ttU. .. In tinnfflre l, ,',iuw them to cense Sold Syrup on my children for Who has horse breathing will iHHiK. thnr<..on \
    and ban 11..d. for tug d.1 1 1" I Ihnv.., lit OIICB. Give it a trial. five\ years. IU results have been won ever seen a UTH DAY of AUGUST, A. I). U )
    what Is now Pojut' Hcyes resembled apl.Um'tlon I 1.
    I I cliff near 1HH..ln .o..wont", otherwise than through. his nostrils?
    Hulil, c-iTtlll tvrabraoiM all druggists. derful. Sold by all druggists. and enl thinApplication
    the chalk cliffs near 1>over.-; UIM followlnK .rtHwriiM, |,roBrtHltnatod | \ \ by Minute! scientific liifeatlcatlon has revealed WII.iw ti&t'I] ) .f'h.1 .11..tI'A.. 1'SSI.IHEALJ .
    I.
    Alexander McAdle In Outing Magazine: in Bradford county lorlda. 1.1 it ---- - W. .
    too of WKKKI.
    nuuiber ]
    fact that I lbs peo- [
    Ne-i of "W', am IS tp T "'nlt..21.-..Ml)I''a. nTh 't Oh.
    ..aald land ItolnK aiwiHiiwi at u... .i.t.. ..f Hi. .1 plo! who breathe through their nostrils ': IhI. rW\ ''H\r: ):

    The Oaprer.In xmuutoe ot noon ettrtlttcate" iti the name- of "I'n becoming gradually but surely fewer :

    the blKhlauds of Scotland at the known. r In l Is that for Tax Deed.
    number. The
    Tax. OcortlflMte cauuetitienco
    makes No. lee dated th, 4th .i ln> "I''
    I present time the osprey usually July A. I). 11)04) haa fllud Huia twrtlflrnti. In nij F. A. FISHER the nostrils decrease size while It bus Notli-o. i 10 gi yin tliiit. E. I,

    Us n *nt In the flat top of a pine tree iflioo, amt "his ma In accordant with : : 'ili: )hiwfll.'dwilflmTtlflnatMlniny
    but formerly It Just as frequently selected law. Maid ci-rtlni-iil" dutiit tin., v u.f .1""". A. 1) IMIKI. .
    I ftnbranm th. following dnwrltitKl tiropirttHltuntod quite au Interior organ' to thit of our ; ..ltj.. -" anil hits. innil., .upl
    I a lnittlcmcnt. or a chimney of in Bradford county, FJorlcU. to u ItfvK General Merchant torf'tolhera.> It Is a wril( l known physiological l li.-atlim for tax .I. l t.> IHHIU- In ,,,'.r.liui,fMltliluw.
    1 some ruin. generally on an Island.. The o1'of tp 1' u, rang..2lH, 40 ,ai'riTh ..- rntiFcIea and Nild, <*<'rtin<'iitni-nilirii, tin* f<.1
    fact thai.\. u......' t : .Hltuati'U Brad"
    .. aald land 1.wlnK "UwrilM t''I"t. .
    I nest Is a pile of sticks as much as four b..h'lf.d at thudnti .r Hi.HHtiancttof and Agent For .'
    bonen Flab who Kloriihi
    :
    dl r
    muih curtlttnatD" in thu 1111"'.., ,.r MrH. -' gradnatly appc tu..I..lunty. towl.
    ; feet high and, as many fcroad-the accumulation V. Ua .tl> live In the dark for ins' ,nee or the N'1'j, .f lilt :Of sI.f.1. tl ..'IO.SO) I'Thi. .

    of many years-Intermixed Tax. Certlflratn No. 174- ,I..t.. .. ti.... l.t tin's I mole who residesundergrronad, become anld' land lidnir. aM. ,l it r fu' ilul.-nt. I hiiHMimiU'Hof ,,'
    matter July A. D. loot haa fllwl aald. ci-rtlllc'iu. In. imollUe INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO.HMACHINERY{ Murhci-rtllli'iitoln. I HP 4 naiiiw "f t.
    with turf and other vegetable and h.... ma-'He' to use I.,.. t4fl. Unl.'HH Hitld ....rll. at.i .1111 i I li; i.
    lined with liner twigs and finally,with Lama. in acnonlnmw with J,.w. Hald. iwrtlflialimbraii i our noses for breuthii.g tb"y will cease rl.M.m.Ml 1"'llllnl to ] tax .. 'v,1< .,..'
    a tl... illowlun HrrlbMl .
    iiPHMrt
    ) tliurvon tl.
    mucli'of It often grccIJ.-olo .
    .. criinn altoated in Uradfonl: county, tflvrliU, to,,, It 2&Miti3 mfttt&x .t to exist They will, become super u- 11TH DAY OF AUHUST, A. D. l''! lrt.WltiiHM .

    gow Times. So1, of.w>4.not 10, tp 7 ., ....D1I0I21 ... 41)') ,u'r<* & naSiaJJr.' II II"P.i issJwmum infciffl i.MTlM'fflffiSS7tfttWinter ousl-Pearson's \Veeklr. __ my otnlal, ,Hlttiintnr.-- nnd. seal tln
    / WnHaiWMMod 'I .'t .IJjt! IIWU IHU'I I) itWSI.
    Th aaiilland at th.dun 'rfthiHHUanov ott thu ltl day ut .Jnyl. A.
    E..,.. of BUch ourtiflcata in thus nuninof' t'nnown. : i'MI : For lax Deed. W. WEEK,
    I I Application t C t '<>.H 1".
    "Did you sell horses, to those two $ .. I lOt H."t.'I. I). C.
    Tax Certificate.. NO: 1S8 datvd. tlM lat dav of N.tp| IK. hf>...<)," Klvcn. that J. W. VlnnlnK By W. E.
    customers )yesterday we ask of our Jumv A. D. 1WH haH fllm aald rarttHcnti. In roy I II ,iinn friend the horse dealer. ,' otnwa and haa maUu application for tax il'-*f July, A. ti. 1111h"> ) .. tH.>d HaldriTtttlratM Application for Tax Deed.
    xtina in acoordannn with law. Haiti; ctrtltliut.inibrarfa t. .: In my applli-ii-, -
    "Yes." .. .7IoTl'-da. ,... .......... .. ,..iIre I, h..y"lvl'' thnt u II.
    tho illowlnf Ixauo in ".n" with ,
    altuatod Bradford law., Kuld .. cnilinuK) iii. fllIowlnl 111.4 ,jUr'h"r.f Tax. (VrtlfiiiKM* No. Bit
    "Make anything county Florida to wit rtinatt ( ,
    h.ifcfll d
    '"U tlnl-iV flay ,.(July, A.
    '4 "Off of Jones-yes." 8 o Hof fwW,.eo 4, tp'I' p, rouge Zi e, 40arnH. fair ihwrlb. Florida property, to"wit: Hituatect. Brailfunl county .,Haul **h.rl.i*< '.In .,v elten I ......." ..pIioatIn .

    tho that The .odd land txdnK o..w.o.j atthBtlnt. of thijwnanre d Association n Nw' of > and .," :M 4 1)1 ji .z : '1 to IHHU IB MII ,,>inii'
    "Jones?, "'by. Jones' was ono of audi ourtitiuate In the naniu of I'n 111. n" j nw!{ 1. tp. a rangnThe with law. .1. .it .iHrtii cat ,*ntl.r ... .1 I. t"l.t"wh.wcl.r. -

    said ho knew all about horses.! x'lad \.Inl-od at thfdatoof '.' property dtuufi'ft .n. ""1v

    "I know. He was easy. The therfeilowdh1u't Ctrtlflont7.No. 'affj dntixl thus M ,duty o l thi. Inpttaiine of Huh ....rtltl.. .t..ln thft nt ...o 5., wit:
    July A.D.. UW, haa filed said ..."1111..1.. In, nirolflti t wu.ic 0 I Itto of XTnknown. Unl..u, 1). .> i '.r'a5' fl
    know a thing about them and haa made applinatlon' for tax d.Mil tbaniu r.4.ncct. accvnllnR to law. tax. ol,..... will 1watic r. ]10 acre
    and brought around three or four exports in aonordtannn with law. Hulil; ciTtlllciili: i thfrtNiii on tint11THUAYOF The Maid li..p before! lie would !buy."-Life.nil. miibmmHi. thn following duHcrlbHd iiroH" | rry. tiT": GJi..I..t.-t'O:;:......f.Jl.7' q.--. AUOU8T A. IX ]006.Wltn' of >"u-H rurtl". -atwfn 4'h'I. .' <>' f' i.
    altuatod. in Bradford county Florlila to "It Bog. -'. U -, .. CM ,.. illtliMmid .
    ...i mv "tttiintnrtt. ant H >al this J .
    EUof nMf and wH of suf-i, wn B, tp 7 ii, rmwu' 11 1 cii..1 the linh) ., A, T- 11'11I.lbEAL iwc. \g J low x I'D.' 'I I. l wuethereon
    ," 211 sri ear.... o'C.t.. G_ ... ...,.". ._. /.o.y...... ],- day of W.July T.! WFEKrt, nit tun

    "Poor Mrs. Wllklnst Sue Is BO.young The aald land biting aom WKl"at the and tier wedded life has been such a MHtianco nf inch oertlnoaUi In th. imnui of I'n By W. K. WALl;Rki HT. -. t'. WltuoMi my .. ., .Htirnntnrc 11.1. oil tots
    known. the 10th day of July. A. n liMI. .
    bitter disappointment! Tax C No. llifl. dnhfl th, Int. diiy of Application for Tax Deed. (SEAL) W. T. WEEK-.,
    "In what ?" rum.,, A. rrtr.:: has Hhiaantil c..rttitnnt..In'involtlcw :: ,,; (Tk O't C't Rradfor.1 < ".. .'?1. .

    way and use ma>lu application for tax <1.cil I.. II, II III cJ'J] ZLA1o&a ..'":':"'...v.>- ;.... 'S.> ''I Nntli-n. 10 hiTi-liy.. gtv.'n that Th. Poxvi-ll. \. r>:"W.E WAIN'HICJHT& i>. .'.
    "She married that wealthy; old WIlkins brine in aucordmmw with law. Haiti; ocrtiflrati, % Hmlth l.I.I.I1t.h.r of Tu. Ci-rtlfli-Hfi-. 1111. -- -
    under the Impression that he had .m1>,.,,,," thu. following duarrltMMl iimitirty' I _.. riiitml\ thi* 4th dny .,r .Tnlt A 1). "I'nii, VIMM 111..d Application for Tax Deed.NtiOI .
    altuatoil. In Unulfonl county lorida., ttpwitN.4ofnooco .,,''d .tlllciitu. in ',III.-i mil, hum. Hindu. applli'iitliin .
    heart dhtulond, the doctor Buys hal ior tnx J.-.I- to INHUI in lu-nordanri, is h,n4)V Riven thnt .T. '1. Tl uininliMMirof .
    88, tp 8 a, raftge2U o. 4U ac TITThu i (','rt1t1e" 'VI, "
    with) law Haid nrtlHcato mhraiM'H tin follnwln .
    perfectly well. -Milwaukee Sentinel. I MaId land bvlnir afwnnwd a* the elate i if tin TiMPA, FU, 19W di....-rlhiil, proiicrty Hltnutd 1n BnutfuMrutuity 'lrd .m vc'f.Tuly A, T>. 11 fll.Ml uni.l 0
    I wraance of Much curtllicAto In the naomi cif l'ii llorldik.. t".wlt >*. tn-7* \ i nuuli' ... ,ill i ,*lltl 11 for
    '. .
    ,.- wiih law.
    Contrary. I known. ot ... u. < .... ,. .1,1.1I
    E'. ot nw' wl4 K'lrt 4 n lit l > en.tl ." : .'ilnw''
    Tax Ofrtlflcnto No. IM. dalMid the 7th .tsv l of it 4, 1' ....ngu/::! 40u.r,.. ,I .!" ,
    HCHI tp. H u "
    nicks-But whet makes you so sure .In n.., A. D. blur, lisa ftll..l.'l. cortlflratii In' my .. r. .l r. \f n I l.t.}1 .oittty orli
    1"1
    Hie. mild land Ix-inK aMHOrt.ttl if'1 ,; ,* .lr i .
    that boy will go to the gymnasiumthis niCks and haa made application for tax dint 1 toIxnaa .A
    your : ; Htmanim of ,irai-h ",'rl1",' aini HIP win. ..1 l .C ,
    In soconisor.; with law. Hald oTtltlrntumuhramw I Lor :i Die' '" h,".. & .v'" HII"U".t
    I afternoon? Wicks-Because I told the following dKWrllxvt )Hi,''k. t'm, ,..H nIL tr'1 i'-i.t.' -'.nil. I "' .. ... il and nw'4 H.<*. 7, and HI"* H" ., i-n.
    Jr.IMitc.lttitd | Eastern Bacon lb. . . . f. t t. .11 lav '' .' ..,il I I H ..
    him not to.-Somervllle Journal.( lu Bradford county Florida, cowitttwK per nili-i'iiitMl" aM ordlnn tn tx < .i! Ion* it.: r,,-. J7 i I ". -*- "' ..m"

    : of wi! ,'MIO 8, tp 7, ...nlJl'J.., 40) .......,.., hcnwm" on tho 1. .. .
    I .. anaotnnid afa th.clntc. .. (flood Luck Tobacco caddy. 3.50 11TH DAY OF AUGUST A. 1>. 1 IIJ6. 11 ,HIllCl :" .U" -X nHH -'HH.Ml .at tl... illtl. nt
    TI. aid hind Ixiinfi of flu per . . .' 1I. .
    !..*'. Qvlck Work. .Htraaiwtt. of such oertillcBto In th. nuni' of I'llUnl VVltnum nir fiffiplal olgn"t..r,- nnii .,..nl thinthuithday I I ii-.. -r rkviici-rtiliciitx, In thi. nnnii. >(
    ofjulv. A. Tl UMI.'
    On one occasion Mozart wo* mak. (SEAL) W T VF.KK": : .j.rV I'nic.rtlHctiiNo. llrt, .
    .,....eurtlfloatiw Kliall to rci.cm.t j
    /iuoordinic
    ing merrywith bin friends at midnight Hi to law...tax doitd will bone tlummn "m ('1'1 C't <1't Hramnrd. ('.... 10"! i ".:.,!. D 1'.'.. "ml "nun.le ..ppll"u.i,
    W.K.WAI KlvIUHi' I>. .1: ',"' iw-aordaiH'H t Inw. Snid'JO
    By I 1101' t.IA !
    when not a Ingle note was written of THE UflTH DAY OF AUOUOT. A, D 1\UI.\ I.Wltnuw F. A. FISHER Florida. ....rtltiout.: "I.r" ,. t,, r"lnW'1.':...r'I.ry"ltu.tt.1 eu

    the overture to "Don Giovanni." which my official MI llf nnturu and owl thin Lawtey, Application for Tax Peed. I ,. u..Jror ...t, 'lnl..1 .
    the 26th day of Jnly A. D l IIn! ). :
    to be <
    was produced ou the' following (SEAL) W. +.WEEKPI ', >' r. *v ,, _
    ; Notlco IH hnrfbv r'' n .n' y oXL't. n. o "' 2l.
    evening. When he bad Bald goodby to Orka'tCrtBrmiroixlt'n.rla: holntiT, pnrb..sPr ot 1.. '. 4... U'"' Ii..t..i I ? .- .1. 1"

    his friends be calmly went to bed and __ _'By W.K.W AIM RIU ttT.lt..1' --_ --. ___ ill,.. 4th 'ra. '' it 'u. .' lh i 'I'll .. ,iM*l 0 I ,1
    ); ..ltl rtlfl.'i.trf in *T'y >Sf.\ niii )....- ""..h''I'- I tliti iHHntxnr < *' urtlflrari, In i no u.KMII .
    *_\ slept until 6 o'clock in the morning. Application for'TAX Deed. pt4..t... for lOA il.wl. in 4 .irdnnru I : lln H '.V")..... IJnluxM uiil'l ci-rillU'UKxluill I
    p Awaking refreshed, be set to work on MALSBY "COMPANY with ]law.. Hal'lvwrtifi.. *!. tvt' ,.1\\. '. .. '-ni'-' IT, rtotiii1
    .. MACHINERY ..uwlng ''t..nl..d! rP'pt'it' .'t'.uo"1 n. B. .
    the Notice 'la hi.rwby %iv n that B. A W..k., tt' I I ">ii it
    overture dashing off sheet after ..
    purohaiwr of tax. rvrttfli-aUiM "()IC. t4 and iA lord county Florida to .r. .- '. .) ". A I U. Its Si.
    sheet with Incredible rapidity and dIspatching dated the 4th day of July: A. IX halt\ hiix Aliil Or JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. E1, of fractional' bloc: .> in Wnnl City -, > S I ttn.II'.- 'I" -'i'iitnr' .. In om.. and ham "1..1.. 2U e.Th. ,
    them cwrtltlcatm my uipllnatlon tl.1", 1'81111" f
    to the The 1 1' lull'
    copyists. II.
    I
    for tax du .tr to iiwau In .... ...t"".', ..alil hind hi-lnit aMHtwrnHl nt tier tint of him. ."
    .. opera was to begin at T in the evening Haid 'oortdflcatw vmlinuw tim.. f.il. ) SAW MILLS ENQINET BOILERS. [ISL 1 r WP"KI.
    with law IMsutafli". of. ...nh m.rtlfloatu" in tho non*. of (1. t?. t J't .Fl,,.
    and a few minutes after that hour owinif deaoribml" pntuorty nituatudln. Bradford. -ugri.l..tlI.Im.. Unluaa Maid mirtlttcnta nhnllIH. BIT W. E. n. 4.'
    c..t\JIty.1t'lorida. tvwn f PORTABLE OUTFITS A SPECIALTY.Write riMl.HmiMl. ancordlnif to law tax ditil will -. WAINlIHIT. -
    Mozart was In his place as conductor, ,K Intenwt In avo 8. tp 5'. ran(" 22 e.n40) .iu'n.. for Catalogue. I....".. tlu-ruon' on the Application for Tax "
    baton In hand, while the parts with 4 nt..t In ana 1. tp ft a, rangu IB) .., 8K a<"nThu 11TH DAY AUGUST, A. D. 1WW.Wltniwa I .
    Sold.. .. Straetf. Notlro IM hereby gIven that W ini.ahiser
    Cor. Ward and Jctltraon
    on tms.
    the Ink still wet on some of them were aald. land bulng auMMmul at tim latn of tinMraaniMi iy my official. ,HlRnatnre and m>ul thin of Tax (Vrttfli'HtH .! ., "'"
    being handed to the orchestra. i>f utah otirtlHuntuii. lu She nainn. of M.4amara t. the Wh day of July. A. D 1l..\. 4th ilay nf July A. D. I J' .' ..
    t A David. UnluHH MaId mrtlflratiw ,Hhullw (SEAL) w. T. WEEKS certlnVuti.. in ntH'..., ant 1 1cation ," ,
    _ _ n thereon OIl thtt c' By W. E. WAIN BIU HT D.. O. Inw. Hiiid certttlcatM eint.ra, .. .
    w The 5t.nuous tUe.f MTH DAY.OF AUGUST. A.D. ll Jrt.Wltnuaa ilHw-rih.Ml property aituatud. in .

    f There i can be no question that the my omnial alKnatnnv ant. oat. thlt. I Notice. ty Florida, to-wit: l."dfr'

    c. prevalence of certain dllMla Ol.hu Increased the IMtlt day of July A. D 1MJH18BAL \ I For Your Liquors E'4 or 44 nt MW'( nt .c .'. U. tv. ""I,
    W. i.WICEK$, ..
    to
    ) I A. O. Croom. Oomptrolli-r of the Stat' of ruiiK":22: mint acrcM.Th
    'during the lust half '
    century. ,
    r Oik C $ tTIBrnilfoKltNt. Kin. Florida: do certIfy thllt a Bnnklnv Aw.Hlntl.innndor .. aIl tll.II'lnlf ..eod..t' time(tarn of nU
    Conspicuous among these are diabetes By W.B. WAINIUOHTh.t''iEfins' I tiw uivnm of the Bntilfuni ouoty Bunk iMHuanoo ", .. ".." in tilt* iuun Ir ('
    aDd Insomnia both of which are largely Order from the Mammoth Mail Order House. Send us a lovatml at Htnrtco FlorliWaiul. oritanlrixl nndi U. the iHWitof Fi.rt.ta. nan ooiuplliMtitli. .. thu pruvtxIonM to law tax di-wl will Inxna
    according
    due to the mental stress of a harder r...| Iw oomplli with by the thir.Mii in ..

    ,. struggle fir tence.-PracUUoner.l i Caskets Sample Order. bluiklnic .lawn of thn Hcntn> of. Florlila U,f..n> WTH DAY OF AU(4U8T A D. IIWOVTItniwM
    I .niniini'iii'lntt the bnnlntiM of hanklnic. and th..thy
    . .._. .. offlrtul. signature anil, will thin
    .' -- READ LIST AND 3&IAKE ORDER TO-DAY. vlrtiiH'> of tht antnorltr viwttil m. by H.. n.y
    I Full Lf.ot' thin, 2174 of the He.vbotttlloll..t..t.... of thu btnt of thi tlUh day of July, A. 1 1) 11.4,1.
    t In Self Defense a, :Aa4.. a Williams' Private Snal _ 15.00 Florl" : .____per bottle $1.50. Case_,_| t ooiuiuBuo a irntral hanking buslutcesun.br 'I'k O't ("t Fin.
    ;: Major Hamm* editor and of Un d e'rt. aXers1 SuppliesAIway ( 'MKon-Hter'Sour Mash-per bottle $1.60.\ Oaae._____ .'... 15.00 *> the name abov, Klvxn with a capital, ] By W. E. WAINI IUHT. t). C'.
    mauaffpr Di-Soto" Pare Kye. .. bottle Oaae .1 13.00 of tw<*nty-nvH thonMiinci dollars.Ulvnn .
    the $l,25, ;_____ itt.M-k
    : Constitutionalist };
    j mlncnc Ky. tour! under my hand and ...-..lor olHut., thin Application for Tax Deed.
    nd. Tlie'.bent: uottU'B Dt>Soto, prepaid..._....... &00
    when' he was on? express th June
    l' fiercely attacked fourBarn nty-idjitli. day of A. D.
    U-!' .IIilllf"x4 bottles prepaid ,3.50\ 8 bottles t4.60j 13 bottles prepaid .00 iW;. Notk-o: U hereby gIven that Mm. A.
    ; ; :
    )
    bought lowest SEAL i.ln"
    ago, by piles ) a box ofnekton's service at the price illiiinm' .. .. pun'liiixer of Tax (Vrtltii-ate No. T5.:<
    No. bottles A.C.CKOOMCoroptrolUir
    t; ,Arnica Salve of which lie to Tele- 10, $3.30)6) $$.riO: 12 0.00 dny l of. JUly A. D. 11W4. line 111.1.1.1! -
    Attention ( of the State ut Florida.
    Special Edge: Hare Rye jug jallou.. 8.00 Tees cato in *'!., aiul hart nude I for
    ' i' '\ says: "It cured me in ten days and no KIlt per ( : : "

    . trouble Hince.!' Quickest healer of burn, graph Order. SMIIUIJ tonu South Pure Rye jug, per (fallon._.........*?..........!....?.?,. 8.00 Application for Tax Deed. tax,' < .,..TI'i ...in....accordancu the t"lowln"with law deMcritMMl SaItc

    sores, cut aud wounds 2Bo at All Drug. Pure Rye. jug pot gallon------------------------------ 2.riO p.'ty"lt..h.d in Drt..t FlorULi] .

    gilll. RekstedErnbaImer.: guwn' City Purl Rye lug per gallou.,. 8.00 Notion in hereby glvim that n.... A. ..... .>r.nnnhaiMT towi:
    ,; l "l'l',"'r DiHtilled Para Rye jug, per trallon_..-______4-.'-.a"-.--.. 1.83 of Tax ('...1111.-....... S.... 71 amt 75. ) "-. com, at center of 1'\. A. I* H./R/
    t.< The Salvation I llur1 aUey Old Corn jug 8.00 at...lth4thil yof.JulI. A. D. 1WM. has. Hiedalii when. Y .lino ...-._..said H. R....t
    Army treated gs.Uon---------------
    the ,
    per ; un
    poor mTtiflnatea in my <>nup and him ma.li.anullratlon nlntf' eaHt and went. In ear 21. tlieiu'ti "' .
    ....: olulrtren of lJDlIIlcollto a picnic at G. C. Livingston 11'hite: } "o Corn jug, per gaUon; .!-..-..._-__... 3.BO for tax lwd to .i..".. lu .wconlan* ...I.l K. RMM ft. thence cast at i-itchl anxleM towililU

    .} ,:', Santa Rons isljuid The occasion will *. "I' }lute Hitter Corn jug per gallon.__,.j.. .,. 2.00 with law.- Ha'd' oertifli'at.'M ..mb........ the fol lowing H. t.Maid H mi.. line, tuiu) .....t tinlwe .

    :$ long be remembpred.A .* Starke, p'l.. I > C'1111<1 Corn, jug per Rollou..._.........-....-..<... l.M el>_, Horlda'rlb
    A capital took -. Import.-l 1 fwuiit Juniper Gilt, Jag, per gallon._. 4.00 BWof' n<"f,a<* 19, tpo !, ranif<,3ai.:! HO .......*. Ti) ...t.t ".nII.ln aHm of nix thonijaiid dollarg -- --- 7 --- I IXuMWitlo (liii.jug. per gallon---------------------------; 8.00 and itwM of nw' aw :SO, t)> 4 ,, range -/:i e, 4UTh lxitnnniof such !.rtlniMtt. .. In the iuira.. of J.

    I ha. been .ubllf'rtbf'd at Lake they lIolUiul. Domentie Gin. Jug per gallon____..___._.I...._ 3.00 .......... I)I. Piurt1Uuii.a... said c..rtiftorie :

    E for the MtabliHlinwiit of a cotton ware .M>pU, ami Peach Brandy, per gallon $ .50 to-.__....-..;..-....--.... .&.00 .. aaiil land lieinif ,euo..o.i. at the date. of the rHlH4m ;affording to law, tax dwtl wj.Il:
    lionm company. The progreiutfve liun aulX., K. Rem gallon ".1.150 7.00 iHHiiancn. of such ctTtlfl.mfB lit the imuie. of U. L. tlurvtmtin the
    peo per .
    k ple of that city should l now get together. {l.'k uml, Rye Peach Rod Honey gallon $3.00: to..'_.. ...-_ 4.00 Dohm fctato. isth DAT OF AUOU&T, A. D. l W.
    per And Tax Curtiftcatu N". T!.dat FERRYS .
    r!!; Don't Iw blue and loan I Inir.rt' .d !:Mierry:; and Port Wines pet gallon W-80 to_. 7.00 of July, A. D. IWM. haa 11...... Halil wrtifVaM. IntuyolfloD day of July, A. I). twil.
    all ...
    iiitereot and h. mote amillratlon :
    . f'rtaz [SEAL] W. T. WEEKS,
    t, 4- when help ill within reach. Herbine I Everything known in the whiskey line. We positively iliMMl to fcwue In acnomami. with law. Said OT'Hy O'k Ot O't Hrnilforil ('o. F.
    ; will make that liver perform its duties I .. .. "", b.- the By W. VTALNWRIOHTb.
    guarantee ati action or money refunded.J. .Ituat d In Bradford Wt7rnOTldart.?
    c: Properiy. J. n. Vaughn El)tm. Ala.. I I .
    wit!

    :<"(p write cOnstipation i Being) and a countjmt snOprer\ from I >MiiaarrValaftb 6t
    a .Unordered liver I EXES a > *''* said land being aHH_..d l at the date of thUiaancuof Office two doors west of
    111 Drug
    have foonil, s .
    Herbine to be the ouch o..r'lft". In thuimii Gakin'
    bout med- FLA. of Un
    1 WEST BAY AT. "
    .;r idue for those trouble on the market. >o.w1.r.5 :r ?11". ? JACKSONVILLE. known. Unl.w aafcl -iTttn.'at..., vhall. be r.divrnod .- Store, Stake.
    .
    I hare Mid' It tiSSJThSSl? .w. according to law lax Uivd w 111 .issue
    constantly. I believe it yutatihiii"1" y"T'*' on the .
    to bt\ the best medicine of its kind andl Tils l-W Ammmmt M all tavruon!TH DAY or AUGUST.x A. D. Mm.v Genera practice ride limited out'to of work in
    wish all daylight town
    sufferers from these troubles to xiplkMuita. tow.

    I know tile' good I Herbine has done me o.m. rmv ooDMralt. n"i vssjsffisrs&ttfthl"Notice.:! and consultation

    thoU bY' all lIrnPl: Htll. Mlort. C. n. SPARKHAN (BALI I )J w +: WEEKt4
    JJo. ( 1'k; C't C"t iintdnr.i (''': Flj. OFFICE nOUS .. 1 ::80 to 4 p. m.,
    W. ..
    B7 :
    wAiRru5
    It is aid that when the Continental lJ. C.
    by appointment.
    ; at Atlantic lif'h cloKl,!. thin ea on the PLANT CITY, FpV. .... .

    big doors hotel an will not open again until Its COUCH In Joan of Oonntjr Jodffn, State of Florida.twuthtnM J. n. JONESn. D.,
    opened to tuur rICIJLLTM
    Hta who alight i .
    ;t at Key West on their way to Cuba. This lARD CURitiTHa LUNCS Mail Order Liquor House. MAUD In Bot Lt0 8RJT1'of and I RratthM Count .
    s ,
    great I
    structure four uteri. high U to M.ABKL UTT. JIIIlnON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.

    be movf'd from A'"tuuo' Beach to Key Not4c.l.. hereby 11..11. t.> alt Whom It mac'mncvfl .,.

    West 011 bar.l' '"" Dr. Klng'sN A Full Line of all l.ha'and Nancy lIabet l'. tlrlt!. ... UllArctJ"n .;rjSan.l Office over Mitchell's Drag Store.
    I 1FU unit
    4 Doll" (gti-j; ;; ; ; ;; Joints .: I Barrel Brand of WbUkey. ". Tan 1ST! DAY OJ' "''1PTE!: BER.mlnon.A. D.will has".10. Residence Phone No. 108.OBIce .
    yonr
    Mhe and you lIulf'r from rlltJamatillm. I Whiskies + Case Whiskies ,,1,. '" Ib.. Honorable.. ThOit. J. Tinkle (' bottle I iw Discovery JUd..I".d ,... MUd .,
    Bay a of Ballard's \ : < o $ P000ty hb ufCce In la for
    meut and :: : sperg>l. .1itoi..perqt.:1 JitAr.D..ud. \ ooUniy. a'I orhu.-t a. m. 0' a.ajon "ealaa ca."ItInDi
    get instant relief. ATosltive '. th..r'.isr.. tb"' .tt".n be h..ar4.
    for NSOMimON, 'rle. ...1. a' ....bu.. for P. D. HICKS
    cure rheumatism burns 50houlSl. : $0 01' prlft.. _I... the
    tracted cats eon. ; tlen ... 80eI.OO. undivided Intl'.....*. ( .
    muscles, sore I FOR j and to she,

    T. &Prominent cheflt.merchant etc. of Mr.Wil-U I H' 0' ""ne Trial. WE BEAT ;'E MALL: : CSff<.'." "'lSS. ."..tate.. of \5W ot. ?K&. : DENTAL SURGEON.

    lard'low Polat Snow; Tesas say, that tie ftnds 1Ial.I u.rest loa QWo ... 0\11'0 for aU J" _. : ., tt3S& w311 boo"'Dlh.I.t of ...S'S..t. Crown md Bridge Work a

    LIDlmpnt the bent all-ronnd I nd LVJrOzBOt7... ....lk 11.. BOW ntn *!., : ; : 10
    liniment he XHROAT! 1\,111IC your mall CLASltUQVORS; onVitbeSUO( train s_ for Mid ...., Florida.
    ever ulled. tIoid bY' aUI I OJUn' BACJC. order. for FIRST Dosed Jail; lilt, .A D. 15'S.
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    LJI8. art.! Office
    I druggists.4'c Ki it back on the I 1U40. ,."- *,... J.'' o. CRABB ': I :.ANc C. BRTTTUnardlan.. on Second floor Jones EufldJog.
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    Ir Sou Jdlr better go to bedt/ tie ,1'Ilt1eDt' ,'D1i Ivui Dad< IieftrT Munro nrnve; appearea at ro's men, tfWcrentiaT.. almost tnffioTtBem ,

    permit You may b bajj! !|)' uy' '+i ledearly tilt the door. Ills manner wws. easy and her pt'erenee. the captain be8bel' oun{ r ASlIIO LEffEltThe 1; I bll cbln.t. Streamers of ribbon tie under the '
    voice low but hat
    toworrow..moruhIK"lOVer ns he greetPd!' the Intruder : ',
    "Hello. thU e-venlngr be w.ked pnUtely The IlkiHtrRtloi shows a pretty little
    Jack
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    well, acqult-Hu-d' Bmlk.Tlneed ( How gite the Xa- "Yes.
    cuu" \ anlwered hut for a small jtlrl. It U of tan cot-
    that a closer tiiam, puleoiilk.businessV". The doctor: quickly .
    united Ann and tli- louug, fnutd Muuro turued.1th dnrkeulng brows but he went away again almollt immeCeo Trappings of Woe May Be oral straw. TbroiiKb tbe Indented
    HESPER ship 11I1J) r Hal hrlui Is run a scurf of soft brown IIlIktIlSh'II.1
    "
    and that they desired to i I... ulur! lubortj to be Bloomlls, Impressive. dlstely. need Made Becoming.
    The door had hardly ,iuw Lebilid I "*!ot 'em rented nil right.., They're "If you him Just tell him we fringed at. the eUu In a knot with
    ends
    physician when .\uu meditating retreat this minute." him on the hill.silent. ." ';
    the young tllmHl,
    BAMUM OAKLAND wand and Imp-ri !i Kelly )laid u baud on bla shoulder!' "I'll do ao>> gilldly." WHITE t'it11'E Iii IN FATOR8EIIOB
    By to Ita' uNlJ told! "I.Hd The mea el1er POPULAR FABRICS.maUls' .
    ,
    not try to you need sleep You're worn Much: obliged
    must v\uu,> him Rrl,1,
    "You 111, j beard '> hula, with strluftA, scarft
    t out. the ..
    aDd
    OpyrtpM.leabt mauls OortonJH want to know what I is tllr'lIh'IIItJ I Uaymouil withdrew,. end all becamegallop .Itho..110 eombe In Tune, of !lace or tulle and tiny baud. with
    with n significant look at 1\Vlftly away, Mogrnln. bows
    Tell mel"I QOwtla 1"I. .. nt the sides, are picturesque featured
    ,
    i I Matt
    roe
    turned .
    if the
    1111 to stir fire a DeDre.daa.
    la wild h. of
    the
    The camp lUII\1,1< Bralde There Arn si'iiwui.
    \ I i IlIu'nwIt'hil'lI! brought him behind Anne Insbtent request Mn"r n..1. ... .
    a o01'/erslol, resentment in At .1>.1.. Voile,
    "Denver Dan attempted feeling the her XullJ, liN visitor.i couch, and sne wae 1111. In 'lb... nre pereniilnl favorites and are
    his (
    "Look out fellers; here cornea Jack!" and I don't see how u ,,1,1,1\, ,?? bra ;:,i, Munro went back to tor Baymonda o"tnmr". out In Hume beautiful new colorM oinl, '
    put Ms hamU in his pockets alone, waiting
    and the pistol In Ray.mond' Ions aa Mum.. I I- ugaln AU lbt combinationsMlrlpiHl' checke,! liilil -
    Munro'a name avoided .0 lu (r%, and I IjliorlmiKly I explained "Been I.rt'lto" trio k. .or the" lUonutl1ctnrerB |> : try return.
    band Induced a pause. The mood and keeps his i pr'N i ''UI tHUl.r| in' to the great dramaWall trv rl'Molrlo.1 I" III and piiibrolilerrtt Nome very attractive
    Kei-p invuUe Trltle situation In III..urlllllll lillI
    on whisky. The
    of the ausallant. turned toward need give 110 thought : :': mental tetlals 1'Inwe. ,
    foremost : I to fnbrlry
    tiui
    But you hot tills minute, nskln' Lady Ann'Cpurdmt now quite clear to her or" l'IllfI'llt .
    the captain of the vedettes, riding All my men are on guard tonight: ultj!, I I ." vision. She could see the small army and Bottl'llI..1, 111 1111111111'1'\ pnrtirnlnrly I
    to too rescue. "What's goleg this "l1hlll\s the adapter to olllb'r
    swiftly whatever happens \ Huf.-: ]Kujrinoud's r.III..II": ,
    .
    right encircled the ,
    below
    on IIp.re'l'' be shouted aa be reached "I like you to be honestMU, mej-i arm waiting wlluhlaudItrwa9 Dotdllllcnlt't Black \'OIlI'N UIl,1, eellbtgy fur
    yoiniB leader's waist, 'pinioning the coming of tho d dn'Htll'r ..
    the outskirts of the crowd. "lie said more B a utl S'. "1'm ,nl excitement ana W'ear aol tIll! new attars fur. hard 1I
    11clllkJ. I
    the man i dfitdly: iiBt] bund to tits side, while () Imoslne: tile are tile "I'rl"Ice / /
    Brock was ready. "Here's and I'm not a timid when mnt'rltliK
    IWHUU
    forces nyrrl III
    Kelly. Munro's tlt.llimlo
    j seUliiK the almost equally .klllful consternation in .
    who bas played with our plans all shall know" hu She un- lag mournlug tru'k8. i -
    "You aimi-rul Ink left, b11'P1'l1 the young desperado's their leader failed to appear. 1'1' Iltllt dresser p ( ? "
    when
    ; along, pretending to be neutral Ing a seat before the fluU,. |mi, revolver from his belt derstood also something of the p8J.1o ,. 1., ./
    be wan nothing but a dirty, slinking 'more aduilriibl ,, renllted ,i
    ,
    never been Uini, m t For a moment tliu fauglcss rattlesnake In Basle and In tIle valley and
    from the very beginning. moment. "My theory i 18 I of the
    spy that 11'.11 tlll., vus l\Vllal..rt-d. \\hat you that through the night the news /I
    "Lliirl"! shouted Kaymond, and biB nherlff'8 forces are eager tu ,tim the|) mean, Hob?" ho nsked ominously., Impending assault on the peak WBfijlng. \
    boot toe caught the ruffian In the mouth btfore the governor ha" u rh.w!, ,. the "- .
    fellows bill ? ( ''UIl- outside, Jack Dou't make arciw loosed along aerial *WJ @ bI
    and be staggered back among his to Interfere and 'protect hn |\11'1"| Ihlt, for tho liidy's sake. We want to) tapping fliigers of ft hundred deft, Cis I r .
    t with a hoarse cry. For a moment It. I Ir .,. .
    la the way they put u mtl.kU taik tu yon." passionate\ operators.CIIArTEIl.
    + be was dazed then, raging furious .
    desperate' strut-itl.\ will
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    made a r',1|
    "Let
    blood l BO o' me, he retorted, writhing /'\
    his mouth streaming with ,
    low. Probably the deport, mil, m to( In liiyinun! clutch. In the midst: of XX'.lI.R .
    " be Jerked bin revolver from Its holder the fortification dUv. t M.m, Uiii! n..tl7 v + I
    carry inKrlmiivl at Kelly. "I know for i''Vr'
    bis Y LOND was gone t
    Intent to kill but u hand clutched
    and I have ihuui, ,
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    while Kelly: U1; mj! ih''se arms.' What's your game, Bob7" two hours, but when be did

    forwarded to the governor a lung!! ", i I., "('(line outxlde and I'll tell you," appear be was entirely self .sue,

    (Tram lgued by Uie leadliifludxp.ml, "' i I ,pleaded, ttnymond. contained and very gentle \

    ents, reciting our dUnstor nu,| ,\emending Die smldeu\ brain of the reckless "You must go to sleep," he said at

    ., Immediate Intcrfi'rcnu, > on, I ins loader wi* waklug tip again, and, with Duce "I will watch. I want to beg 0I

    part, and we are hoping tll tivui' CI'.III, (i bow' to Ann ho said: "Sorry( to 'slurb pardon for seizing Mnnro In your I Iprest'n'e

    / him before midnight. 1 liar. ..iNowired you, but I must tale thono men outside ;your!' but It was necessary both 'I' I \1

    L Barnett to warn th.- sliviiu .'",.l and kill '('111,, wo, you again coon" for his sake and to prevent bloodshed. I p \

    it your presence here and that' a.<.<. lire Hnyiiiou l relenfied hIs prisoner and I saw no other chance of disarming \ ,

    fUardwlC yuu. I think P(n U with the I|I stepped through tho door In advance of him. I hope you will excuse Ply baraU- I 1
    deputies. If ha Is he will tieo Him tills away" \
    I pore lu sending you
    cabin remains outside the find ">( up. I "You need not apologise. I: understood

    era tJon." I ," she answered. "What bar ,

    ""'here Is Captain MuuroV" i you done with h1mT'"Kelly Her' "f :MOBJ.OllK. BTH.\w.

    "Ills vedettf-f' are campol on tin> has taken him away out of white volltM nre |l.hlI.1 in moderate

    4 e + north slope, but may ellgllU'- tlio enemy ---- danger Have any of his men called i llniM. hut tlii, th'I HlKu Is oUnliiivl by the

    at any moment, for Jnck is 'gnus us tor him?" wciulu;;. tint the, i-uUirlnit. iiUeruutlug

    J eager as the sheriff to win (irst blood + "Yes, one but he,rode away .&&10. lines of every Mliwr uud bt-nler weaveprodiiclng
    -.r
    If it were not for the poatill-! injury { Have you any further news?" the 'fToct. The mime Idea In.

    lI of liiDix-cnt men and women 1 nuultl! r-- "Something Is going on in Bocle. I dev.t'IoiMHt |Iu eruys nod imxlo colors,

    I say act them fight It out 1'II\'Ill'\1111"; : iL could hear cheering, and I thought t and nonu'tlniiM' over tin- ono tone plnldsurfuc \

    Is quite aa crazy and IuwlraN! as! ,iln could distinguish ,the galloping: Of <>. will run n two or tlino Inch

    other, Now you hare the truth linn. horses. Whatever Is coming, my duty chrtk iniirketl off In tho tlnext hair line

    conctnleU nothing from you I mil Is here and now let mo take you to of some Ji'lloiitt pnntel rolnr.

    even tell you that Munro tiny proimwl, 1 1r Nora" Pongt', of nil klmN .lit tliflr natural

    -- A to come down for a dual ouiiiTiwi, "No not I can't sleep now. My UODBMNlJ OOSTCMB. shinies are inoilluli tliU mvison. An excliifllvo .1'

    with the iudppeudouts un
    z tlll hoping to persuade him tu (lenu> events 1 feel as If I were about to black |K>iiKi/ >o is n favorite fabric, as Is frocks of natural lined poriK<*fl trimmed

    the camp." '_ witness some great storm, some catas oft dull silk In black Matin slllc nml velvet, brlKhteuiii '

    S The sick boy stirred UD !J' 'and yc ,..t trophe. Bleep impossible tonight." "Bent" mourning pawns are wade of only by creamy lactt ut the collar i!

    called faintly, and Ann went ilun, r Ito turned with low voiced intensity. crepe dll Chloe, trimmed either with and lu the slevvvM. ,

    / anti bent above a tenderly "1I 1I\ r "What can I do to repair tbe injury I .elf tucks slilrrliik-n and platting\ or Lavender silk, flee' la a variety of t'

    ftrn, Buddie. hIt von butter' have done you and yours? When I With a llttla dull Jet or chiffon. shades ore shown for men's wear and

    _, "Oh, I'm so hot! L\ake that bluuket e sR left Barnett's home i was resolved White crapeN/ considered very; chic vlo In popularity' with tluwo of green. ,

    off we." -. / liner to n-entee< your life again. I and smart mourning for evening wear, Children's cunts, of white serge In j
    with toiu-ti of !black. Ilusttlun atylo are finished with cuffs
    y Raymond looked 'at Ann simii j' honestly( !' tried to get away from Louis never a ,
    lighten tits load?" and to take myself. absolutely out of Sleeve on mourning ,costumes are collars and bolts of scarlet and UrtgUt 'j

    "Liar I" shouted Itaymond..u ELe shook her bead as she put a gluta ( world." generally of three-iuurter| length ruth blue.
    jour than tho elbow, and long The bat sketched of mordoro straw "'
    er popular
    \Vhut tli-o
    of water iv the boy's lips.
    sari Munro, spurring his hoaa Into She Interrupted him with a gestur :(iI iInlt'r
    sleeves of the handsomest -that lovely gulden color with a shlui-
    the mars o C irresolute wen, culled la It? bo asked as be fell buck upon of protest 1'ou must not blame your"* appear niipn many;
    of brown in It. A soft laws rollof
    coufectloiiH.
    out: "Brock, I'll kill you If you .1o,..;> t his pillow IIl'lf-lt bad to be. Da you believe In ,
    huts coquettish and bright green velvet arranged about
    "Oolng on. 10 o'clock.: Mourning are
    this Is s fHwnii of mineyou know fate tOO
    display the all prevalent' tilts. a 11I1w.rp the crown, and ttie feathers arj of'the .
    [Ins the off /
    that! lie's stuuu out a all1at us III fight come yetY"Baywoud "I do not, nor in luck" he answered '
    lines softened with quantities sumo mernld boo Thin combination,
    :00; the are
    along, but he's been on the 'I'1tUre.! I ; was cautious slowly .
    of tulle Some\ of the Ilic'itest' and |.irettleat though rather extreme Is one of the
    pent him to the Springs myself"Brort camp la quiet. j a e 4W w. "Neither do I, but I believe lu com conceit,
    new millinery
    biitu i
    inourulug
    wiped the blood front tls lips. no In"l8ted on talking( "1 hope they pensations. Since I came up here I of the summer ore

    "Mebbe ;you asked him to wire the won't flght till I get over this colJ. It's I Rl1l/moll.t ftll/ upon him in a ttrrlble have worked out a theory of life. I've made entirely of mnllneii. Cmpo mnkesattractive MULTUM-IN PARVO. ,.

    herlf/! li,"t night. Ho admits be sent I hard luck to be here. \Vbnt day Is If': ttrujyle.! been happy ben That should comfortyou. little totpies laid lu soft fold>> ,
    I When adorned with rosettes of Iho The pro+"ralenco of gray gowns has
    H ui!"r U warn him:' How long hove I been sick You :Munro followed and stood ."
    I him, but as mntrrluhbuttons Drought) Into vogue gray snukeskln ,
    Cries or frenzied: raga *"".*t. N/uld have seen Jack when he rode Instant on the step, peering Into "It would only 1 cannot rid myself same belts which
    fur an ami rnlds l In mourning lire ore J-mt>tbo thing to wear ,
    again, and the crowd H,__ -4 ...tth and the !" lu this WilY J
    r.tti: up stopped man ,,1111' darkness llaymond seized him of the thought of what ;you have sacrificed and the rllihous lined with tlu'HU uoHlunins. ,
    dull flnlHh
    all of ,
    .. ii ? ,..rues. Furious, wroaty cries bill nitrul Icnpeil and duiiced fur an ogulu and< with furious twist, threw to be beret Each day baa plunged Should to ) raln. For Klrdlen black MtofkliiK" In all the giddy hue of ,j
    broke forth. hour, but be grew drowsy at last nnd the earth and fell hem In you deeper Into thl.. lawless barba icniH;
    -' .' him to upon and white licltlnn) In much liked. yellow, red, green lint! buff are shown.I ,yu
    "KHTM" "Hang'Munro went away late I sleep. a tcrrllilo struggle. :Matt, mindful of clam" llliiH/nitnl li of f .

    blew a nt.ua: ... ils men, and Ann spoke first ""Poor boy! lie will Ann uml, the boy, cloned the door The "There U where ,my theory help black The mournlnu Tho) !gown nklrt hUll u triple' hip f .,

    bla voice rant cut deer and shat?,. always feel defrauded to thluk he 1 IA girl not during to look out, could only me. One's life has a general average serge. tliuinntrrlnl Krucrfiil- w<

    "The first man the reacts .i band oat missing all the drama." I aloud with nerveless limbs and poundIng My life bad no real value to me nor yoke falls, from at flili whlih and! buck In soft \HID*. e 1 ,Dtz3 :
    ly
    of that circle loses It. It any lynching ,"Your father. must have been such keurt and listen. Once the desperate to any one else till I cam west., Pleasures effect Narrow

    Is done, I preside over It. Dan, come another enthusiast I liked bis name man uttered a gasping snarl but it come to me now'when I least ex- The front width Is In Hklit panel and Moused ,
    the i 1J
    la here-you, too. Cook." for you" I was cut short by; a merciless) band, and peel them. That Is a wonderful thing braid The trims smart neck trimming and y J

    Tbe two cowboys; spurred their homes' She colored "That was the only I all was still. Then her composure gar* to me. I thought I had lost all powerto Jacket.

    Into fie circle, and the four armed and thing I had to reproach him fur I reproach nay vividly enjoy but I haven't. Bo collar are of) crape. ; 'j
    re-o'ute! men faced the angry mob and

    helff, it at"bay.; Raymond, even in tart myself cibw for not acquiescing "Ub, fob, don't kill htm!" she called, FOR THE WEE FOLKS. \

    ties tt danger, regretted Mnnro's assistance In It I think It him to bare hurdlers of Louis. Opening the door you see I am not accusing yon or anyone charuiliiK hot for a little !girl of < +

    ; it,put him under an obligation me side grieved be cried agutu, "Don't, please cuo'U"! I Lava only reason to be thank Ight or ten In l of I..ghorlIu n floppy .

    which" weakened him With his "It to with mother ngalnut tt. ." Kelly wan binding the captain's feet ful. It only no harm comes to Louis round shape The crown In of pink. >41

    mind ailed ,wlth conflicting considerations De uttered a sweet It name with to tbe me-HeHiM teuderuew I ftblla. Itayaioud, with a knee on his or my" friends her. I,shall not com neapolitua straw arrmiKml In a soft 1

    he waited while the swift clatter which'dwells lover, I heat nod oua band at bill throat looked plain. fashion. Tightly enclrelliig tho crown ,

    of .a hundred hoofs drew near and a and In: the voice of a he up ut Ann as she stood la the doorway "It U. very sweot of you to try to la a band of light bluo Qou! ere.

    squad of Munro's IDs.Vettetrjrg togetber-but '' sold 'Tleuse In. We are lighten tny sense of guilt," bit of EiiKllxli embroidery !
    picked men surrounded dared noel....!> "": ,_ and : go replied Large hole '
    their captain. ;; +4 tening I I dol lilt thl* tor tits own good. W. won't gently But I cannot! absolve myself will be the favorite form of chlldron'rheadgear o t a

    When they were clear of danger Bay; BCymona; vd' / to npologlz I I! hurt !JIm. He'll thank us for it when I so easily. I can understand your theo- Oil summer. There) are delightful "/ I,.> ,
    for of a {
    his
    St'jatt: ,
    remrt I nol e
    the
    mond drew rein toward Munro. "Jack. I he understand! our motive." mMuim -"Try, but I cnuuot understand how you moduls formed of a combine H

    you saved my scalp today and I'm galloping hor24i! :r short bis ipcech i> : >, like a trapped wildcat, snapped ) and a disappointment. You hue ererythlng -
    and -
    grateful that whitened Ann's cheek, so portrutour but Raymond's Ion.tln".r. to make you bappy."
    ; why I don't want to see such ut his raptor,
    you In the bands of the sheriff. I want was the sound of haste at" mid prevented blui. "Now listen, She went 0.: '"I alp by heritage a u s I

    you .to pull out this minute. Come an hour "I hope that Is Jack, Jock Vou iIM me a good turn today, worker. I know that sow My father's .

    now, this Is the }aft app.;t I. Fly the the miner and hastened to tbe entered door tomeet nud! I'm going to do as much for pea people were active and calculating .... -- Q i.f.i.

    coop. If you don't, theynl!' hang you. and silence Munro. who his }'n, going to save you from state's prison folk and my life In the city was un I I SMAK1 LMKtr OOttAB. '
    What do bop to) With studied affect and, removing your own fool's will You're natural. 1'"e ben dellclously I :J.
    you accomplish Face Ann' ugalnst hungry but aioNt women cling to th* .useful .
    the situation. You sombrero, bowed'verl low fc> I leave comp tonight, dead sure and weeiry sine I'"* been
    are the one to hit going to here-llf / and boeomlng black harp made In el*> "
    the trail and bit it like a wolf. What "Good evening, haughty prlnceM.How's thing, And you might an well go quietly seems restored to Its balance. You goof and varied dmtlgns. '.;(J

    do you hope to do tot the kid 1"' "senger i If you don't, we'll pock you on Dare dung? me *00<1-*a and splendid j One of the adrsntage. of the popular ?
    Ann, relieved to find the dying roll of blankets. Willyou old Matt and sweet Nora" 1 '
    "I a
    expect to bold this camp until the ;our horse like corselot skirt Is that when Ute Jacket
    syndicate yields to the demands of the an expected though unwllicomeITlsltor. bet. be quiet Will you ride your horse He sprang from his choir and faced Is removed it I. far more complete ;1

    miners or until the govf.-n.or Inter replied pleasantly. "lie' ur must we tie you onrAgain Uer. "You mustn't talk to n>* so.1! ha 1 than the usual blouse and sltlrt,

    fere ." ,I ter, thank you." the frensfcd man renewed his exclaimed, almost harshly. "i tdtall I If you are thinking about purchasing

    Then what A covert smile.curled the handsome I trussle.: ; Blindly, feroclouslyIIk an forget my promise and ..y forbidden i I a foulard silk, t* taro to get one with "."11

    Then I'step> down and out*** Ups of the young; leader as be. g-lmcea I animal, deaf to all reason acknowledging words to you You-nnseat all mr good very .mall figure, ,}
    from Raymond to Ann, and something that of force, bo writhed resolutions." p I .
    but .
    "Suppose the sheriff attacks no law O Hupphlre blue masquerader tills .1
    will send him back tonlghtt""i In his bearing puzzled the girL v,{ hen I beating the ground. Ills gasping She heard. but l Ignored his passlonat f, I I son under th. etipbonlou name of

    And now let me take a-wblrllng. te spoke again with a growing < ellb- breath wax. painful to bear At l an
    Inning. Yon ration, she perceived that be was in vho bad been picking handily recktessnem 1 had eised I I I cheviot "" '
    mustn't come ap here again 1 I I, her .A 11 Heparate coats of and cover' ,,:
    answer for what would happen can't liquor. art at bis medicine case suddenly opened Ute la the east and la We Old 1 ,"' LSt I II II, cloth are to tie worn for moral ,1I
    next :
    time. You'.ta, where "Ton mustn't be alarmed-then* I ;dm door and ran out verytblug In th. past 'Hem. grey M I I Checks and overplakl/ are among tl, '+t
    you are .nd- '
    Uitent Take rough times, but you'll be protected. "Her* Is where the man of medicine If covered by a mlat: The realltla tmartest of tb* sew', materlaU ,'
    care of 1
    and take good care of)'oor the elt. "So long Battle' comln' off this thaw sure i! comes In," be called Jovially, and seem to be hen If' i itl "auto" coats and these ar* usual.; :1i

    lady thing. We move'on the enemy at &W a folded handkerchief beneathLunfo' IOU. aDd I want to ask .sraft4al.tot IJllQn ITUB..". built In the long; hoes sack type of ,

    break. BU down. Don't stauJ !In W .. no tm "I.et him breathe, ,ou." aiar'r .lmpl1 coat Very,frequently a bias seam!' a|>- ,'

    CHAPTER XXVL pretence" be added with a comical I llaymond." he sJUl quietly, "It'II do "AayWing pea ark; except a reaowal *n of straw and embroidery crown with pears up the back strappod with a q
    being measurably relieved twist of his of m7 promlae trimmed around the stltcbe material.I :
    lips !dim jpod.' of Cltettce:! s wM\ etrnpot tb* .
    AN anxiety by Louis subsid Ann turned with a startled glance I :Munro's !knotted muscles almost lastantly Bbe h8lltat before the r4tng wnatbi for ,a *,pto''I II. White Yale Dow delicately embroldI :' '
    storm
    pulse permitted herself a to Raymond. who.cmUlly raW' : "I'mglut relaxed, bis band fell Inert. of his bve: "1 want :pea to let Among the D w tbsts Ill lei < stud over the lontp with pale lilac o :

    study rot the brusque you came down Jack. I want bead turned, Quietly to on tide wnls and mhelp rebalid me la the "cantaloup! m.100. or 0)n. (, are to be worn with whit buckskin < ;

    In and the ominous movements taking place you to hold a conference with the independents. and Us his face became as peaceful a "What do ;pea mean' pout. mine., what like the old meloD but the bardahapd.t I hows with an openwork strapped clew ., e,

    scop* of her window She stud ." : ( t of the winter the front through wblcb the ,
    .
    chlkl.p You' by sign up '
    8Ottllne" .
    led Raymond. earnest but apparent Munro tat coorrence. .Itlt'pln" donerwb.p. ed monkeys savant take 1\(:" tin around the fan '' lilac blossom .llurlnll .. 1 %;
    ly Stiffened. "Ho time hut bets you yon to r. U 1n o frills cf) )lace, peep +
    unexpected conference- with ,tilt : : No time to talk with any' tldtedl. your.rnln. a. a partner rowa of chiffon ruchln or bt'CtlrD|Inlt One very stunning white Ilnn suit _, ,,. :' I

    terance workmen. No word of their low, at- >M. ,I lost came down to say ww >Kf'lly ralde 18111fbed. "1iJ'pnotl&ed him. warnlmfly ,wttapered a. the iluthf abe which constltuM the mart trllb 1U frlugv has touches of mau*;* linen'on the lit ;p:,' ,

    that reached her ears, but she observed to the lady, that's all. Cnderstandrffl You can do as you wish with him now head moved op his pillow. "If aleeperr be aattlag for a small tace< I, tie Jacket, while on the front of th* '. '

    they organised Into squads voice toss. quick" be will want to work Ilres of fair curls melon skirt I la mbrolJorwl a design In mauv. ;. '''I

    as if In obedteue to some commandand Raymond Ufud a warning nana.. but work Bay- den I no* hip you for with W.)'ou. "It, : he 'A pretty Jltllll! stud el of In tbs pale !JluolCI'IDoI1JIe TIle linen collar Illustrated is one of ., ':.

    that each man armed himself and Quietly old man, don't disturb tu. ,, "hlurh"1oake. hlmouprStatt Let's "11* will not Uta., U. WDI late. deriptloo I I' carrle4 out ornamtJl1tll" the .mart piece ,of neckwear to b* ''..f1\1

    that each face wu grim or recklessly boy. Let's go'nndJCelly. away while be sleeps. He'llr 10u-.t.Dn.Wen II II'.r But straw, the border ; of wnlt- worn with the strictly tallorf shirtwaist '. ': ;

    smiling. That they formed her guard Mnnro-s fact grew' sullen. .bast" put him ." AI ther laid hold thl." Ile 1a14 1111 sometDlnQ back of with tlIree sup' rpw11 trUI.Two toy, : The cravat lit of whit mull :' ,

    she knew and this In Itself ought to want to see KeU.1: oo't want to see by 7oSs.Uk. Agora b. added to ber' alaOlllldfl'll 'Jootl.nc. panda upon kilUd vl aclean.s u"" | con. : trimmed on the coda with dui embrold'i'f" '
    have been thrilling. But It was not It II' ot tile of : her 'Mace tlll'lretm.oulJl ar" belt I The collar la held I:} I}
    70U. I',. come to Me the lad), .nd to BraUle. "Not o word with 'acb"ps.cIJ1.{ PaC.ton *. of the In ery and Imverttoo.
    seemed absurd. faced Ann agaiD "I'm going lato bat- 'I I ADII to ray one!'' shrank and grew. tlmld, that IIbra Casa .d on lttr .1"<1e' ol Dow of blues.t1Ja together with two white pearl button "3t:w.

    Raymond did DOt'maw himself again *, May b. knh4tomorruIV.; uail to thll knock< at We door startl4d .>,na m.' I. that ttt, :.4m Yo" Deed .*..tte Of lace ''MtMlf than that fastened on a Dottoonotod loop..'. "
    to her until about 0 o'clock of ." I A ,Ion.o of. 1lha411 JDDIO CIIOLL T. 'ii:II' I
    theenji .1 coodby. I may not lee you rgaln.xA l' the visitor, wu oull ovt.of }ttr t' PGJII.r, punt. tlDbon theaoan ot tile I 4
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    LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Copying Oar'Court::: Bouse.Messrs. DEATH OF m LAURA PARRAMORE. never know the ditrore l e. We wish SAMPSON CIH., .
    "
    i- J. n. L'utter1olJt.T.' O. Wiuior My the' young merchant.a long and happy' The services in our church Sundaywere
    Home In Bos- Hair
    at Her
    .- and E. O. Price;& committee from Hieboard Passed Away is life, condix'te> by Rev Jack Plnhol- .'

    Insure the whole family, one policyJ. of county commissioners of Levycounty Ion, Georgia. Mrs \y, C. Towuwiiid( nnd daughters, liter, of "Ward City His. sermon was '

    + R. Davis & 00.U be to Mrs .1 D. and Misses:: Ollie and he is invited
    were In Starko Thursday lookIng Many tritmls here will pained Alderman uiuoli enjoyed cordially

    Attorney T. W. Fielding visited rela over the furnishings of the Bradford learn of the (death of MM. J. J. Parra ScragglyDo :, and iva, have reto rued from a pleasant to come again.

    times at Lake Butler Sunday county court house. Levy i IB building (nee Mica[ Laura. Cone,) which trip of several weeks at Salt Spring I Miss Eva Jones and her uncle Tom
    more
    Ladies'fine hats from 60 cents to $I.50 A new court house audit Is a duplicate occurred last! w.ik at Boston Oa. E It. Marshbnrn has returned from ,. Thomas, have returned home after a .

    at the Syndicate Store. of the Bradford/oonnty temple! of Mrs. PorramorB spout her school daysin like It ? Starke, where he has been assisting ID. pleasant visit to II. II Thomas. at

    jus ioe. Now they have decided to Stark, stopping! { with her aunt, Mis.i you Then why the post office. Earleton. '

    i Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Walnrlght visited duplicate our furnishings and the committoe M Johns and was married here be contented with it ? Haveto A Starke correspondent wnds us the Byers Douglass, of Pensacola, stoppedover

    I relatives in Starke during the week. came op Thursday to make sure February stli. IS'W) to Mr. Parramore, be? Oh, not I Just put on folloMiug\ ; "The Starke soldier boys here Saturday. night with Ills

    Mrs. S. T. Dull, of Gainesville, i Is that no necessary article of furniture the lilt Judge' Robert Keith performing Ayer's Hair Vigor and have IotO into camp this year better equipped lather, J. B. Donglaso. Byers was en

    visiting! her parents here. was overlooked. Professor'A. Horculm!, nuptial rorumony., News of her lone thick hair soft than I'vor. formerly on such occasions route to his home In Gainesville, BH he
    the( ,
    who represents a large furnishing houw lit' received by her friendsand ; even they either had to "keep muni" or bor- was suffering very much from a fctmg

    Groceries always fresh and first-class; wan, with them and booked their order death will school mates with great sor- hair. But first of all, stop row a "yell" from some other company. of some poisonous Insect

    + hay and grain a specialty. D. Boree. former your hair from coming out. Now they have one of their own, Il rpe- :M. O. Johns, of New River spent

    i. A. D. Andrews, of Raiford, was in Unimproved Lands For Sale. row Speaking, of her death the Boston Save.what you have. Ayer's Crated by a newly elected commissioned Sunday here.

    i :' town Tuesday. I am offering for' sale the following Times says: Hair,Vigor will not disappointyou. officer. It "yells thuHly:" Mr. and :Mrs. J. :M.' Wolfenden sod

    { unimproved lands: this week saddened by the It feeds i "Hark, hark, hark; bright little son, Willis, arrived home
    j :: Mosquito canopies 72-in. for OS/ cents The awjf of nwj*. the ,sej$ of sons' Boston is most beloved .. the hair-buibs; I Here comes Starke, Starke Starke! Sunday after a pleasant visit with relatives

    I J O-in.. for $1.93, at the Syndicate Store. and sw> of set of section 9, township tons of one Mrs of its Laura Cone Parramore young makes' weak hair strong.Tt I We The Company Tlge: ;;Cats are S we-K, -El? and friends at Anderson S. O.
    matrons
    Mrs. R. L. Spark man, of :Miami Is 6, range 33. J Parramore and daughter .beat kind of a testimonial Whee"" :Mr. and Mrs. L. F., Herrin, Robert
    of J. Sold for over' "
    wife
    sixty
    : f visiting relatives and friends in Starke. Them land. are all ,in easy reach of A. B. Cono, has entered into the year When issuing from throats from Gone and Hiram Wyun'attended the
    Mr.
    d, Starke and will: be sold at a reasonable of Lew.a..... at Mr. and Mrs. Stone'sat
    birthday party
    beyond. Mrs. Parramore was .r which the road dust lias, just been>
    J. B. Crews and Miles
    Senator son, << great
    r price. :E.;3. :MATTHEWS After'lome
    :t.
    'i:v of Long Bridge were in town TuesdayWhite about atl! years old and was the only AIwI.o..oo. washedwith dch; water, (lie "yell"will Claytio Saturday music evening. refreshmeuts .

    leglstratloa Notice. child( of her parents.) Besides her husband PECTOHAt. no doubt, sound very musical.. The delightful light
    ;
    canvas low cut shoos for ladles -wera served, and all enjoyed
    leaves two children boys
    and father she aft very proud of it
    reduced to 08/ cents at the Syndicate Notice is hereby given that tho registration ,, - themselves' very much.

    Store. books of,Bradford county will Dnebell and Geneva the weekly The lug Childt) has;; arrived Jit Key MM. Klla Walker. and four children
    vGarden had been in failing ; at
    be Mrs. Parramoro press so much nu inch Wefctfiom Tortngas with the dredge
    opeo'at
    seed for summer and fall plant. the court house during the health for .almost a year and no efforts Mr..Yelverton is demonstrating! to the Orniiipus in tow. H. U Ross has sold<.1 of Chicago, aro visiting relatives here

    in and receive month of August for the registration of to rosloro her to merchants of the the dredge to( the Florida, East Coast and at Clayno.
    ing package bulk Just have been spared' county that he is far
    electors. Co. for 10,000./ Tho Oranipns is undergoing of U" .,.
    :Mrs. Caroline McCullough, ""
    at J. W, White's. T. A. Kiciuirr, health. Although her death was not from being asleep at the switch, and we a complete overhauling .and

    J. II. of Supervisor of Registration, wholly unexpected it had been hopedthat hear that he finds advertising profitable I will Inter be ow Dowling, Raiford. was
    Bradford Oo. Hit the care of her physicians would Ben Johnson left last week for New I the powerful dredge QeoigoV. Allonin Mrs S. B. Owens IB visiting relativt' tat
    among the 'visitors in Starke Wednesday Starke, Fla., July 25th 1906.\ health. York, whore he will take. the oxtuui! ion work U bu done in the Raiford. this week.
    restore her to u. steamer for
    hitrhur. Wo have Sabbath. trh i > ,ry i .i> '.-
    Thronghoat her illness uho suffered Panama, where Teddy is digging the I
    SherwlD-Wllllams Tarnlsbes. Ben Don't R-;;;:; when I joints day at 8:3011. m. Come (ill wh, MiOn .
    Special sale of Graniteware Saturdayand nnoomplammKly and was at all times big ditch. will be away for over '. your
    Monday at Yelverton's.Mrs. The Sherwln,Williams VamUlies are watlhful: of the comfort of those who year. ache nun you suffer from rheumatism. July 2ad! Mr. F 'tii.r! :'u. :
    Bny bottle of fUllard's Snow Linl-
    returned just M. good as' the ,Sh nvln-WlI1iaml attended her,, Her death as her life, Char 1!" Rivers and wife loft Wednesday I meat a and get instant. relief A jxwitive! Miss Beddle OoottK'J were marMOt' 'at t .
    Belle Hanford baa home Paints. They're rigllt-Alw..ys. give for home of tho bride's snottier Mrs. At.iiGooclge ; '>
    was that of .A Christian. night for Wanchula where they I cure rheumatism, burns, cuts, coiitrnctud
    after a visit with relatives at Green good result.-,, Such a woman. needs no eulogy; her will in future rerode. They will to I mnncloK ante client, etc. Mr. L. I "Rev Jack 1-inhols-A.J oiC"; 'tIng.
    Cove Springs. A Tarnish* for ''T, Uny, n prom .o merchant of Willow '
    special ; each IIpel'IKlpUI'pOlle. missed Mind KJouea; and Mr .1 V
    the and greatly their
    eulogy to by fronds
    life was an grave many
    Point Bnl-
    | 'I'eMIII, .at he finds
    ta '72-in. for 98 'Bold by; J, H. Yelverton, deeds and here. says Harris, Mis''* BpHh.i Q'fRod Mr M
    Mosquito canopies: cents after(loath her loving ) kindly I lard's Snow Limnnait the best all-roauc
    BO-ln. for $1.23, at the Syndicate Store. Starke Fla.You '. words have lift memories in every heart Henry Fowler has been appointed liniment he over \$ cd. Sold by all O. Johns stood no waiters' for the bt,isle

    J. SAJJC OHAJ'"'-..Would" like to sell! that loved her. She was a dutiful wife town clerk by the council to take the druggists. and grooru. '!'h, \o wee bocouiuiglyurayed :
    White
    is
    I W enjoying a vacation
    good place l>i miles from town; 20 and loving mother and was possessed of place of Chas. Rivers who has moved Bradford county's prudent ought < in .a gown of white silk while

    at White Springs. He is accompanied. acres, se"en'aar in cultivation; suitable all those qualities which go> to make the to Wanchula. be exhibited at the State }-'-ur. i LIt. Toom looked well in a l.li.efc! ..tIt.
    by.hI'IOD
    Ray. ?tit '' .t- wlntu
    for strawberries, kind of and friend. The of this II t bVv; 1. d.1:1'i:
    or obliging neighbor kindly young people city a
    any gave
    L Notice of First flretlng of Creditors.i. '. ,.. the loft and the ....
    Chase and Sanborns Sear1 Brand f.o i 'f. I u u u
    farming; some nice fruit trees and Her life wax gentle and cast a radiance most enjoyable party at the home of Mr I ,

    ooffe stands at the bead of the list. Can lines; good house and water; pl'ntyof on ho lives of those who knew and Mrs. E. L. Odom last night. The I i. the the DiHirii Houthvrn t Court IMnti of n-t t't,>f FlorliUt.mUil -8l.In> Harkroptcy. ii'fnr. gTX.JI"VUU. .J.''' '- !'"7he; Of the Khl'tli 11.
    .
    be had at J,W. White's. ,. ,a pie, aJii tl'o interesting!
    .
    timber for-wood to of the
    { Owner U wanting her and} there hangs; a halo around her young society town was well I -
    I In the mnttor hr (e.. 'U<4'''" lust! made them one was 11t'rf(1rmedaLII..jf -
    ji "' R. H. Green and Thos. Andrews of go south on account of other. intercuts. name that will out last mortality. represented end report one,of the best NEI aNT.au'r'H.1i"> n Bankruptcy. 1 ,
    New River The first one with t3OO'getl this bargain Mrs. Parramoru was for years a consistent times of their live!*. I Bankrupt. ) : > a. m. Congratulations .;:.',:,
    were transacting business To tliiKTiHUtorn i., -' tern T ititrh Jr. "itutMki- c-'now'tn order, aud .
    in Starke Monday ; address "Farm" 'care Bradford member of the Baptist. church Wiley Rivers was wearing the tuuile foul,in the luinittv of .Kitfci'trd, and iii..,s.arorwtoa -
    ?y .. amidst
    County Telegraph, Starke. and the funeral 1 services conducted by that; wouldn't come off last Sauduy u Lat.annru ., ,.. t:' nty. tuu .I'aniago w '
    Ladles' flue hats from BO cents to $1.GO !Ih,vs. J. M. UnJim and D. H. Parkerwere We asked the cause of an expression so 1..1".I ribY I law., thHw n.lil that N ui.", r.HIKh.n i.rof' i- r:* were'' Ti"6.: They drove to Grahtm.
    at the Syndicate Store.Mrs. Mrs. Lamkin entertained the Whist A\1Ir"'U ntnl,.. Imnkropt; and tlmttuu aud uirc':ilud chari.ii, accompanied by P
    held in that church. pleasing and were informed that it was of>*>orMlltora wilt, )., held nt the
    Club at her lovely home on Walnut uttlraufO., M.Oci itu. ,K btnrku, It lurldu, many friends after which they rc niti- > t
    tq..ln
    t J..W. White and sons, Olin and The bereaved family have the deepest a girl. We are glad to say that Wil"y oil the > w' f
    street Friday afternoon. There wa a edtoMrs. Goodgo's, whore thpy, with
    George, have returned from a short sympathy of the community in their Is getting along nicely.A uric DAY < AUGUST, A.D. lap),
    full Attendance and most invited cf 'lim-
    a enjoyable guests, partook it l
    visit to relatives in Jacksonville. hour of IIIwneHIf. big bouncing boy was born to :Mr.: at 0o'elnrkinthe. or.inoon, at whloh tint the many
    time was ..peDt'In the usual garno. "hl i rwnt..r.may attend, prove their rlalmn. tiful wedding dinner. Their ir'; !nv
    and Mrs. L. A. Duncan this afternoon ..
    andrhuxlnuw
    mumliiu the
    tut trust liankrapt
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    Ir Does anybody want to trade Florida When the hour for refreshments arrived ,-UllHHi'tHlirh Otht BH may properly friends wieli happy louruey
    Rural Delivery Examination If[ some farmer would only bring IU.. .
    property for a door mill in Tennessee? a sumptuous repast was served in nt.' .r'n'e..utl I r eeting.w.. H .' through life.
    PALMKB.Ritfnv
    I
    load of cotton about Duncan
    If so tell E. S. Matthews about it. courses, to which the ladies did ample The )petitions for the two rural mail now, in Hunkrnpti:
    justice The guest then departed, all delivery routes out from Starke have. would pay 40 cents a pound for it and ial.a.villo, .. Fta., AUK T. IMUI. .
    i't for -- -
    White
    low shoes ladle
    out -
    canvas -
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    been allowed
    agreeingMrs.. Lamkin was a mutt find the routes will be
    reduced to 98 cents at the
    Syndicate established
    v charming hOllte .. October 1st.An .
    t Store.
    exnmiimtion for carriers has been -
    Why not buy_ the Singer Hewing : '
    t A. B. Surrenoy justice of the peace Machine The best made; four different ordered to be held I in Starke September8th "

    q' '. 'j' in the Pine Hill district, was transact and the order stipulates that there
    J styles; cash or monthly installment'
    .. 'log business in Starke Tuesday. Machines most be six .applicants for the two places '
    of 93 each. may be seen at r l'

    ;' ,;, "A Short Talk on Pecans," by Fred New York Racket Store and onlera left to aware the holding of the examina:

    8. Dawson, Starke, Fla. It is 'free. with J. 8.. Cassie will ban prompt Won It is prasnmed this stipulation is R----A----ND CLEARANkUSAIII .

    ,Write a postal card for it. attention. 3. :M.: Devenesn, salesman I made to make sure of having. two applicants U ;

    and collector Starke, Fla. who can piuis the examination. I Mkt: .!)
    Mosquito oanoples, 72-in. for 08 cents, 8-10-4t. I Application} blanks and information. 'I I I'

    :BO-in., for f 1.83, at the Syndicate Store. relative to the examination. may be had !''I I

    r. FOB SA.IJB-Large: cypress ,water his J.brother B. Grinor County, of Treasurer Coals, IH Urim visiting, of from Postmaster lint! The salary. of I Ii

    name the carriers is 1720:! per year. i Ull t A Summer Goods
    tank; price and' take it. Apply to Brooklyn; and was in Starko Monday i

    Rev. O. W, White at Methodist par- for the first time in several years Ho ** 4*,
    Adjudicated a Bankrupt.Nelson .
    100llp, saw 'wonderful inprovement in Starko

    )t Ladies fine hats from 60 cents to $1.50 I since his last visit! and expressed confidence T. Bitch, Jr., for several years 1 :

    .j in the future of our town. merchant at liaiford. linn been adjudicated 1 These Dates ; .
    ;. at-- the.--- Syndicate Store..,: H 16 to Sept. Only
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    ; : a bankrupt. Notice of the first August
    ;{ We will bond y a.,n.: Davis .& 3. :M. Wolfenden of Sampson City, meeting of his creditors appears. into i ,

    . Co. was in town Monday. Mr. Wolfoudmi Is -day's Telegraph. The meeting willbe ,
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    ..', just back from the mountains of North .. i
    ; held at the office of Attorney D. M. .. .
    Mr. J. O. Ritch and daughter; Miss Carolina where he and his family luive I /

    \ Onte of Raiford visited -.relatlY .hiS been spending a delightful vacation Gornto, in this city, August 20th. I :i iI
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    ;, *; .r Starke Tuesday. I .: < "
    : ,Mr. and :Mrs. W. A. Colley, arrived First Cotton at Ward City. -r
    4 !t I will have a barrel of' mullet! at T. Thursday from Arcadia. Mrs. This Sale Includes "
    Colltyand A card from T. L. Godwin & Co.,
    t:' S" W. Sweat's store on Saturday, August children will again make thoir merchants ,
    . \' l at Ward City states that. on
    . r 18tn. J. K.Norman.Mesdames '
    r;; home in Starke, oar splendid school rimndny they purchased. the flrjt lot of .

    , .\\f A. Rushtou and .J. DOSJ being the drawing oarJj cotton to be brought; to that place this CLOTHING : :

    ; ''.1i" Randall of' Lawtey, were visitors to :Mrs. 'JULIa Alexander of Louisville. season, 0011\\111 & 00., are successors ,.

    J ,., Starke Thursday. OaT" :, arrived Sunday afternoon to bo at to M. Z. Tamer, whose mercantile '

    11' Mrs. Edwin Sonthors and daughter the bedside of her deter l Mrs. Mary O. business they recently bought. H SHOES, :H i .:. :;
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    t>1;' :Mrs. O. O. Thomas; have gone to New Witkovski. ..,. Who has'been ill for several I, I. I'' '.1i!,
    1. ,
    t York weeks. THE NEWS OF LAKE BUTLER. I ''''' '..;1.j
    ,: to spend the summer. ,, : ,, ,
    ',','" Good --Ice Freezer, (Kniin' the "Star' ,An*. Brill and ... .- ..... ..,, '01 4I
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    Good butter and good coffee J is gome; One of the most pleasant social affairsto ">"
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    ft.GOa 3-qoart 8.85; gallon 9.50. White I
    i thing most : be given here this '.
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    housekeepers appreciate. 75 year, wan a party I I ,
    Mountain Refrigerator pound
    These be had leo Riven at thu homo MENS'FURNISHINGS : \"
    can at J. W. White's. : of Dr. and Mr,. Pur- a :
    capacity $11.90. .Good HurdwoiulRefrigerator
    vis I' ,
    only,$ft.00 at Yelverton' Friday evening( by their charming >
    New
    Home a
    ball-bearing dropheadsewing 'ii '
    'daughters, Misses Lewollen and
    machine only 33.60 this month Friends hen will ,beintenmtml to In honor of their pretty young cousin qki .
    I ,
    ja or while they last. Yelverton Furniture born Miss '
    know that *ion was Wednesday Matthew The people

    i Store. to Mir and Mrs.; E., B. Freeman, who report\ .a most .-ujoyable time.young Those k st., % .
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    } Jesse Lewis, who has been holding are living Jacksonville at present '" no attended were: Missus Ida Field- LL *: I Which must go regardless 'I :

    the position of express messenger' on Don't fall to get a few of those Own- lug, Con and Inli, Alderman, MaymeI'urvis !

    ji the Wannee branch of the Seaboard its Bargains Saturday and Monday See I'lIUII CI'Ilorl& Lewellen Purvis, t of Cost. -

    .v was transferred a few. days ago to thee the windows Choice S 95 cents. Y.h er Lola ParriHli, :Maud Matthews Nit ;t .

    main line and Is now running between too Furniture Store. '- Effle Knight!, Ethel: Murkey, Maude. Parrish I ; 4 .I i ;:;o oI

    w Jacksonville and Cedar Keys. Knight and Mrs. Folder Messrs.! .
    Nathan ,J. Moore, the well known Peters .'
    .- =
    ,: DeWitt and Edward Knight : : f-
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    N --S----, --- -- ---- brick mason, .has' purchased this you Williams ,. ,,
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    A TEXAS WONDER: Kim farm west Of town and will tarn Murkey. Parri Bailey*!,, ,Kelley Saunders J. Alderman, Fntch I i 4 4 :

    a One small bottle of the Texas Won his attention to berry growing. and< .Dr. Mu, hiburu.C. I Now is the Opportunity! I .L

    w4 der.' Hall's Great Discovery cures ,all Mrs. A. J3. Liddon, of Ocala, Htoi>[,ii .\. Bitch one of the leading young ,

    kidney and bladder troubles removes with relatives here stew days during sinmmen! of the county has rented II : I '.. ;.
    gravel, cures diabetes, seminal emissions tout to 'the W. J. : 4
    the week She was en. Well Kppersou\ & Co., store build- '

    q 3a- ,and weak all and irregularities lame backs of, the rheumatism kidneys born and;Jennings to visit relatives. i a tug' on the Main street! aud will open upI ( :ifs It is to Your advantage! J l .

    complete line q ,
    of >
    )' and bladder in both men and women Conductor, Leo WKkovskl, of tin I gents furnishing :
    a ; regulates bladder trouble in Rood !In, tho near future. Contractor y. MjLZ' To ys.:, ..
    paoid'rellwey, is here I :
    children. If not sold Southern on a i, :, "' r.
    f'
    by your druggist i 'ow is now at
    I work the :
    it will be sent by mail visit to relMivea. on building ,

    i' : treatment*t. One and small seldom bottle fails is two on to months'perfect receiptof << D afiM Csosiot Be Cured |I slice pawling of the and toroVe, improving].lIne the no appear-doubt .. .rrff 4 ( u Don't I Miss It I t.!, :,,) /i";. ;!: :...;:.

    Sr .a cure. Dr. E. W Hall. Sole lIU.o1Jtao- e, pp.ttuns"a.they eanm.t yea h Hi lout" a slur IIf, this kind will ef .J"'N etf :,M .e...-.... ,
    prove\ a I aj4 t .-
    turer. P. O. Box 02*. St. Louis, Mo. ; toanedanfaua.; portionof1, and 1Wlu yrou.titcion.l n, haying inviMtnwnt here. Theproprie. l W Send for w7 '
    testimonials. Sold by allglints. ,emadfe. 1estanr W ew.t.t by en in tor i. '
    domed ,xjei lma of the ,.aooo. aping or th. I( pus of the most widely known.
    .......... .tat, to Wa'hteCub. ht InSnutwlrv.ades and Popular :'
    young men In the '
    '
    ,tl HEADrUri'S TR. ,. ,, eWte.i/mperft, dram t ,her.. 8U II hastier county. )
    t. as well M a thorough :
    j mrtio.< ran by The Dates f.The f.I: '
    ... ji man August IfitOs Sept ,
    f A. "Jil ta'Jaw.. n-- *rsst* dMrtroywl red to It*forev.r nornutl complete tawijw! aud we predict,for Mm I ,

    W. Hall, St. Loijs, DeIrfes tMt WMMHl by catarrh success III his undertaking. .
    The S

    1-Lt" ;S/. ''Ii' Wonder.: We Bee'.beer great selling JDoov"oer'Ttt ry; *I ; e bad m tadam.d oooillUun 0doUanforMTcaM< snort store rims will be in operation within. .., f I Remember Place I J. M. Alvilrez's.S ,

    "JJ eaniaud recommend U to la.f. rlk) Ilia manot 1 butX J. U. Yelverton l ,
    anyone c :
    .tl.*' <, : 't feruig with away klJney trouble as being ared $.e>,TjwHo1uV ? arm boIlil'Yer Jr- of the, is :
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    'lf5"-"f y W. *fat bed t'wsdy.we ever add. -i : known a.4 10 the&I'Oe> "' fluid : : G :{ 1i;;, -- -_

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