Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 14, 1906
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:04455
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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i Subscription! During llial Month. 1 grip Will Be Heodereil.I lord's Metropolis. "
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stpp'i-- n3rown An error occurred the aim' ,1,1,,' (From tho tar[No.niL}
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ment in the Telegraph w ?.t t t n I AlllHou Groover came near being \
S.: ( "Vloc,1i.Varut's'' I l..> \\givru vnloadinT
r entertainment to iij' .],? riously injured Thursday in

ONE OF TI J WORST ''CRIMES INv Jesse TlxnmMcRao, 0. A -l K, O. It Khnul'l''t UFCTIOiNS HELD BY FOUR ORDERS Homo trlepliono polos for the King DJ'1I

uI. < 1'1. Cassia, J. Wi t ti! 'MEEtINt have been stated that tho calm,," Oo. Oue of the poles threw him. to, the:.

mm OF GEORGIA. White, II HI t :i to ';Il, Martha Wil ment would be given Friday, h IIt"'ml'rHth. DUKIMi WEEK Krouud and dad ha not have been very

i Hams. T. J.. E,4nI;, ,, I'hfld, Jones kS.Oainey '
tV // \ ; (this evening). quick in shoving. 'tlw pole from hU
,, W frj 111:,M M. M. Maii. will bu Borvtvl, b.' -- '
'iinn doubt bwiv
Oysters ( m shoulder woufd have uo
IriXvirj) to (Go With His Boys to phu1'll, W 3 i. II' R. OfifclklMlnutes Furnished 'the t1Snns. Knights of I'yUiIa.s Odd
lie Alderman By
5:30: and at 70!! the, foil Ion ,,' IIM'IIIY killed or injured very Berioaaly.MunaKvr .,, .

.mel '11. year 'hob MI I O. \\ilnon, E. Sucrcjarlcs of Commissioners and JU\1l1walproJnuo, IX' ,'I.tI"rt." ,) I i Fdluws\ anti Wuudmcn All Show Calder .f the Southern Tor

fa bilious, '7IiC'k. I'1 "arllujt, J. v,1.I Instrumental innsio- Mr. I'liunli-' peutiuo/ Company, happened to painful

etc.'tnn r:: IIIOI!'N J JI. r, ... Or. B. T Fort- \ and School Board. Alvarez. 'I I Growth During the fear accident Monday at the factory, which

> ollia, ,i" Grect U I)' \ II. I"re'man.1, londlng-Mrs. J. N. J.4es., .-.---.--- came near resulting erioa ly.' lie was

.... svad >Aui uii' Alvaru ',,, .
s uw TIlt board of county commissioners > -Kathleen I 1'h. various HiK-ret orders, n'I'H"'lt.,1 in the act of pawing by a awiftly ruD.nflll

'y :Mnthem n it I Taylor Wiley 1tn.tion-Mrs. Laiuot t bolt when it struck )}hint ou the
mot December 4th.. Present, O > : in Mnrko have elected ottiivnt during { ,
'l n, 't. it. 'J, IX bur, W, Peck John Croft N. O. Walnright\J'; 1', -MiHBea Lois P. 6k. atil.usu'c :; iln",. week tin follows : cliwk canning tt painful blister. Had it ,

M barlow. J. M: ty. I hat down
l nut boon for his felt bending
rdfl J. Morgan and R. J. Andrews Hi Iutes ., .
\ KUMMiHIO\ 1.< r"IIC NO. U5: F A \ !II.I .
fin; T. P. Ward, Emnla Daiurio have
.c y- over hits forehead the belt would
4 .i Milk-r Mra J of last meeting read and approve I 1 II M I iornto, worshipful m tiT ; T.
i. 'rteoosRrc
Mamie Oaaon. wound. }
1 ? 'lIa11 { perhaps' canned a wrion* i
!)0 I ,I. I), GudEfiiH. PI L. Petition of J. P. and othershuviug iI"> Recitation-Mis* Lovol ce.ecitation J Oekli1.! m..uior warden: N. i). Wainiiirlit. coiiKmtnlAtiug Mr: balder upon his

f "' M sews, Jr., 1'. F the new road, running roadcfomllnniptou PATS,: Song-Miss Powell. \\ junior warden; ,0,;. T Wei.ks. narrow wools,. .

) Per I LV. Varnw, 8.Juiues : with H iiortioii' of the itablio I inKHiiiirV: I nike, Noorotary.rin The frleuda of If. Minor Roberts
JP of ninny
to Melroso, worked '
? Adkini, U. i liaise IIIM had a Btniulv growth, death of
itn. sad
in the was condition" Literary Progr were paiuml to hoar of the
old road granted ou
th 1*! I ;h, II. K Piiniien- I during the yrar. At tho unit\ mooting/ Inn wife which occurred at RocbelloUanday 4. ,
is the m of uir..'IM'
that laud H
owners no not object. Following progr
I i 0 Urillln .Taclwmvillv.
;Win Fisher F. A. 1'1' was giventhe '
aid R Wasdiu the' Oliom \n H the :.11 rl, Heiiry Mitchell, Petition for relief of John to be given by t < third degree and I1 K Edwards, and Roberts had boon for veral ., '
refuwed. the High School this af,(. noon at .' :l' Buttering a
Lila J I I. 1
w II; P. Gaiuoy, J. O. \\ illianiH wore 1'1''iH'.lllIto moui- '
her neck
mouths with cancer
rlv Ieeennody J. S. Thomas, inspector of animals Music-Lois Peek.RecitationLunette'I'. upon ,
\ MiHs Ellen I \ sad first.
1.'rshgl| given\ tho degree(
hidl liar death She true
slaughtered for market in 1st electiondistrict CgtstrrEssay w CIIUMM was a
... 14 'rhiU Iy4 l s Oouner, S.' I 'White. li MOIHK 'InlMIK' Ml. :34 k f K. OKI*. .oliriHtUn. a kind and loving wife and "
C'rlt'l! .
('kSOIl. Mrs.I : Sal- Bled his report for November. \ I

In .-11' J. S. Gnner.K. Bond of) Robert Sparkman for fire Recitation-Miss Lovi lace. J.1( |{iio\"<>r, etiantellorcoarmandor' ; wall houonni nud reBiwotad by every'one.. .

the 1 .%. .\.II.IIIN. Clllkliroltar J. H, who know he'Awaa'flftythrce' P
OJ; arms refused; the boiidsmen being considered Reading-EVA Powell | I \ ; .

vl "vn insufficient. Essay-Christine Dan lei. ,'"""it., prolnb'' .\. K Wall. innsti'r ut years of age. Her remain were brought .d

the ellyour > ,,111 ol Mrs. Ward Warrants in payment of bijls} were Song-Emma Darb,.. \ I urns, (' I.1 IViU, master of wet k ; 10.I to tills t'lty01l1"1'; 'and( the interment) .J:' y i iwa.
tliii j
j j"Aje Debate-Resolved, "TI .tOol"IIO", I I I' I'liiiciin. iiitistor of i xchiHucr ; + atHeilifl iwmetery! near Lake CifyMoiuluy

,'. .. ret Ward departed this follow is a Better Study thai! Ar '' >\\ IIIIIM) kl'I'IM'r| of r''f'rIlN nod l afternoon Key,1?Hu>e. offloiat:; ."
who vfworJ ,
''' |December 6, I'.ioii\ :, in of ]t. A. To tho the Star
J of PAUPCK. *:VHD.Miirtlm Affirmative Otis MoRauJ, lien1 niiislcr fliiaiii ; inn. non-owing huabaud

''I 0' r of her: age. Although //SI".1 10111'. .... 00 EdwardA v, ,. .. nor Kuan) ; I,iw rciico 1I"HI'lIt.! oitondti sympathy? Mrs. Roberta'did j
"I"t.---.r-.1.-.!!!!!! _!!!.. 4 (10 negative May
khl'b entertained her lam-
and TO by J J IbMltr. -. ..........._.t!-.:...._....._. 8 atKnuItna church. .. ,- t '. ,curd; 11.1'! ". !IteverandN. W. everything In his ,?power to. relieve the' .
The tl oJ Is, from the time it was : -\ Urlltls.e......................c... 8 110 to Jrl&IIIltl tmtreriiiK of his faithful 'Wife. .
'r Ye W H Ward .....__...._......._,.. .... 6 W i- 'l'l'rl'Kt'lIlalh'I'M ;
veer hel she hall pneumonia( yet Kato Eraxter.....__.,....................?i*_ 8 w miseionore to built 1...... r" ... UIIIK:, (ilistrict 1 deputy I grand Dr. Cari>enter and 'Wife,; of lake ,
tlj { ho at/fier Millr 1'rtilt...._..._....... ...:....., .. 4 (Wf I
\ of nil '" were constantly :. if r I'rewii,.... ,... ..*...........,..,..?,._ 4 W bridge across Oluetee cr'' t'k. prrseun' d. rhuorellol'> 0,1..."", Mich. arrived in town tide week,

ppronr "-'n < |ot reuli/e that the) ends tn.-n..IlaHall--------------------------\\ wiiitiiioru....._..............*..:.*.....-'*....8 3i 00 eoO. but uo action taken.. 'ilu> Lodge, bas /hiul a hirgn growth and will nmke take Batter their fntnrawiiitcrJtotue.
ilenly h Ward hail been sick justob"QlTiornv .... Citrlc'klaiul, and daughter....,._,j..,_. 4 UOIJHIH Petition about pubs (o rand trPIII i hiriUK tin. year stet l its uietuborHliipmm We welcome them to our '.
tatre \ the seventh I..." (' ...hy..4........ _...........,.... _.. 7 m .
... a [ on Fivtlo. ......_...........,................ COO Starke to Temples mill' tern',1 tu tl" tin titters 70 unity laud and fuel: quitenre they will
.. Tit i 1'1.k S D ad'' ,''p|\1 sleep awl Nink Nancy Conner..._.,......,.._......_.."... II (10.lolin : bo iHMiolUNxi the
"Impn -:MrU'imnn.' ..........._.......,........ 4 M county attorney. UAU1IMIK M). 10 I. O I II. 1". by cluitage. They are
1 :15 in the eeulnglien Wm (hnnoa........_...............,....... I BOErviu The board adjourned l ulltil thr, first I II pleluiesl! with oar city "--
.. "\111" did not a\\uUi'ii from her Urlttla..........,.......__.-..,...*.-.* 8 00 'L'V.. r. 'I'lmg, nohlo( grand, ; T I.tritlln .
It la tlu ,wl 1'lutltJH and daughter..;.......(..........._ (t 00 Monday In January, 100 II:. P. Chase
... list right- ou Into death not Morgan Hrnwn.......,,.. ......_...-......,. 8 00JtwH ( vice grand) ; st'un'tars +ut Ht the Scout Holo and
\ nigh .. YTlHtninti._...._._.._..........,......... 8 Oo ERRATA. I' ; J. O IliiynrM/ tronhurir; J. P. Thanksgiving
",,\h. thj vlJ- uug. ("nri>lln\ (trllll.. ......?...--............,.j.. 4 OO The pauper allowance f D"M' Fkbn, ) : enjoyed one of tho fluent fish and gape'
... r 00 i B"IIwlt.'ar.I/ ,," ; I.. W Kickhtcr,
'.. ..; ... |hem" t as tenderly luirM-il and 1II..lIr".r.' n.ii .;.. .. 4 ooMm. heretofore published. $ .Q01r r 1111'lItl.' '' iliuuey*.ever given In this section of tlieuouuty. -

"I trust l ''or daughters, :Misses Olive :C'. 0,, Smith:::::::....:::......... B :BOJaiuvM should have been I trllht", A of fl
f2. I large amoont .U 48
I and
) I' rrlHh..._.................... "...... 800KHilU'tll Tlia uuaniN'rsbip of :May LiMlgo hits
tear that nssietedbykudneigliorsow ( :, : .T.hllM..v.t................r..,-... 4 UO Script sued to J. I '. Norman fur'road. '' Mllalr"JII were cooked"M'. "VMrs.
than S. Drs. Middldfou, of thripTjy.llttl TuniIuwnng----------------N> ::,........,... U Oil I !t1l..I!) uu'roiiNod ilnriiiK the )111.1'. At
Httni )tonkrrvon---------------......... 4 00 work and pubUsl eel "II $24 2:'. W. it.. Hftiuruack., ha*.returned
of in ._... _......_.. ... tli'it last meeting six now tnoiuliorsWIT"
4r op, Aluchnn were Nora Has lliw., ._.... I 00KIInMiirUiiK from visit with her
breath), 1.liS: ......................._....? 800 should have been 120.26. thin! first dogroit! They n father Rev..
All that doctors, nurses Earn Albert --.-.....-._...............,; 8 00 W. T. Vl XltK8, Clerk! K'vi'ii 'I'horpslnn at High Spring. ", She WAIl
tKl SWlftf H could dons foam ofevale l"tno..............._................. fi 00t I'CJllpl"Jied: home by, her brother' M.
Xiivlugstoii and, Cliiice, > wllr.M,kii.. ,... ........:............__... ft 00 with all merbers .\ A Junes' .1 H. 0,1<1<10. 8. A. Bryan Uttllard.Thwnpiiou who will make
f' rke<( '. i Board met I'r"KI'lit quite
I' l''ivo others
:M worn
Jiey could i ijry 1 L( Starke in response to a oif O.IfIR.L: PDRD.Ft The mmntes of former meotilljot rt',1and ihlmphreyI | mi ektciulod visit here ''

crowd 'mbnlmod tin hotly tot ( (' riommiH, i'lK-tlon msn..gr...., ..., '2 WU I I'liv'ifil to 11I1'mho'nolIlIt, ] nt taw /time time The John A. :' '
.W approved. King Drug Oo will be-
I W H..n ..... .... 8011OKI.yim t
be w. aloe o/WErtVo absent eons, "' .... All.' "IIII''I'" KlIKIK' !: W. O. W. the first
,. a OIl Treasurer's report lamlned and/ j to tart the tsleplione move-

'. J loard Dublin, Ga., and Liun-- :UJ At Witnl W H Drew Co IMM">'ITI for oo eto Judge..:., 8J 5411II |Ui .found to be correct F .\. :Mixiro, ('ul1 coiniiiaiidor; It. inont In this city Prfo* are already ou

.I as I cooVard: of Fort Oruok, !.r.ilui H & W Croft H Draw,oo uommtsslon"r.--Co, blnnkM furolork...... 1 or C. H. Clayton waa "I >loiutert> sailervisor It Tysou. sets iHlr lii-atointnti; J.;. "'. tlto, gronud for fly.''phdne.which will
>Ir y arrived on Friday W_J KppiM'Hon, uluctlon..W.'Itr'''.....,.. 9 00 of Double Run Sc I IOoodwine ool. < u"irK(' CliBw, bunker, ; J. :-I. ('''....io, clerk ; H, h41 put] in a* noon a."pOHlble.
L(1kll Brow ......,.
n -a
yeti I ;irday morning at tacit /4nly Soarhorouun. .?. I OU was approved p 'rviHor of I I. Hall, iwonrt; J. i). hunt viilHiiiiiiu/ ; Mirth Dukes, A ,'progr'essiig;farmer .

6' rance ofw casket containing tl>' 'John'::11'4Mott/A Klnif. font fur election' plane.rte....... 6 1 oo!MO the.Water Oak school. C Uie'Vlll1alll" I'1.:\ Idinii'hroy sentry ; Dr. J. O.Wlll from Dukes wet In towp V yesterday.

wan tenderly borne .1) W I. li-lxilH, ulvetlun to...... 6 K..1. Hryiiii, rite!). !Mr.
I and be I ..nnuiogvr l III was approved.upervieor C t. tlio Mati"" iilithKiuii' ; Duke ha" had the road building
A'Um 'I''Hup' .._...... a 00
her four eldest ton
.I 'seate !In e 1* Hry n ....._. il 00Tlum school. All teachers \\ ho were not tiger contract for his Ruction and report the
he 01 'r Jacoband Bloxhnui 1 ,tt"I."I. clerk and booth .. 8 BO I .Mi Fni'inlH InilKu is thu yonngnstfriiturnal roads in 4
Will (Croft flwiUim miuiimtir,........... y uoi present at th Teackerg, j wx-iation! good ahapa. ,
tries' dtt,h}, f' the Baptist cluir-li, n Hmitii ? ,...,..--... i OIl Starke to pi-Wnt to Cmui nrKiuii/i( a ill the city but Misses Evaliim: and KHamae ]{Rich
are requested
W8l. .ln. ('1""">nn ............ 1WI I
,' Malphurs, of) Stiirkt, J I W I..a,llu) >ltl eto ........ 6 40lnhn ty Superintendent n-writtsn stittt-niwit it 1M enjoy tug' n steady gnroth.Dii.itli /I. who have; been visiting their sister, Mr.
.. but Q gl'o '. neral sen ices. The'' :: B-Krc, iluputjr nhertflf....... ...... ( (JOI .-. -- Johnson In returned
from hip .1 I B \Vliitiheiul, ultwtfoii niiutiMftfr, eto... 4 7OI ) giving jr.; JJjin for libsbncc Thu board this city, home
th" impressive, the eor- .1 I S. Ih.iiiuiM, ........ gOO >U consider these and ol Former Marke Man. Monday. 9
Ito In JtY W r at next Ueetiug
.1 I P ........ i m *
I. [ whom she% f beautiful tributes (' 1\\lalwanbl I ", ,, ...,.,.. 'loo reserves the right to refuse pity !to thorn Julius 1\,1t'/l\'lhur"r., / well known to Ira Taylor who. hlvt. been:fery sick }
and character of the ".! Aiiilrowi. t>or.'mn.l..loJUOr....___.... 8..)
Yet every *, y "W Al.litniiail, nunirniiwirin on tax........ 00 72 who did not attend thy Association nor ninny utui'iis of Htiirke Hud nt Tony for the past few weeks .Ie on hi* User k

}- to hli)'i L ge concourse of people .ir I Ul'lililt. deputy; wlmrllT............... 100. teach said In Point Nevs."tn. )Suinhiy, Dt-ceiuber 'M, again. much to the Jdqlight of hi* many
on oompliuiiro'with ,
| T* List I' (* the
> D* Cat: hurch to pay \I ('Iy"a ..... II>> tin the law the board orders alt cchoolx to by whea V a to their dead, sisteretbing" (' A :Mlxmi etc---------- !HO ,t Mrs Kjtchel- I' .
'A H WIII""OIN" .?.. 8 uo give two weeks vacation during the|, vufiaud two c 'n-ii. ,
t1, .1 F \%II I lo"OIN. deputy HhHriff, eta... .._. C!! ((10 loiter und chllilrcii' wwii, vlHllliig( her Harries.Mr. ., .
a .1.1 Morgan oo ucunJ.wlulr*r............. o (HI holidays All teachers are requested to
!been a member of the Ansiuhull.. elutluntuaneur..........-. 9 OU attend the "State Teachers Association I mother Maccli-nny\ when !Mr. Kuchclhof Henry F. Oaklnand' Mlm. Ad*
w4JnaqP twenty-two! and W 1(4 ,..... .......-.--- SOD.IHMu'.u Hitch were married .. ,
flap yearn ..,. SOUif to be held at St. Augustine! Tiurembir.27th < r diuil Wednesday after
ace.p lived .fI>;.chrsti.tlife since J hrnrlHiroiiKh: deputy Hli..rUT; .W.... 4 Ouj -- noon at the home of the bride' parent,
{ lutln.' putting up..lJOf'tb".,_.... ., loo -80th. Reports and bills were
Jeaae, uiting M Ith the ||;urch. The church A A lionlrn rent.: > :t) examined and warrants issued as follows Adjudged Insa.1L; Mr and Mr. John G. Rltch. at Ralford.U ;

the Ions of a N C Wiilnwrttfht.ro nnminlHnioufr....... 8 4i> ituv. nin O
their :
'$ p and com unity onrns K M Hw n, <1< imt r nhurtll and booth*... t 6() : JahnVasden, of Or"i"&III.; was ndjudged Futch"performed tile.
or rill d ter they value mduiber a ood neighbor, and a N ll'-tolu-H, .. 40U miirrliiRu in tine of
tl N II.sirruleutluti luiuiBKur........... >y> uo HIM! Lottie Warren.......:.. ... t :a1> '"' liitii'(> Monday in Judge! Doklo'ecourt curemony presence A
iponat em out of sincere f end. Il.lr children mourn the H w riui.... .. ..... .... t noS. :tl H O. W.lI'otflf...........".. LIII''n> Dr) A L Scott, Ur. A. II. FrceHiiiTi Urge couiiNtay of friend* and relatives I
HUM three ........ .. ... ,
llevotod I Lr.n flukm II noFa Koirif 1111
tfighhis into. And he lose of a I other, bat they are 'a.Ii'olVn 540----- 0 BO 2156 P. T. MuOl I llan and*:A: ;,.t<:." : II* N' iiinl (;raituin| J. N. Jones a ting anuronnnittuM df t the contracting purl,,... ;.t." ,

t comfort with tile thought that their Ii M slHtnmk, ... . j Y uo Spire J. P Bnrna: .......""_.. .. .. M '"a iiUlcoiiilitmii Mr. O /skins and his bride are a,
fidett .1W :Morgan _. >mxIjwj > 21117! / Kdltfi Moons---------------- *"(" to iiiijuiro Into hid n-<) among
a Hma when Rawlina'' mother is at rest atnd that God, docs all trfUarOx .... V uoH 1l1IH!( ''' '"" ... ... .. ,OJn:1I Tim fort mm to mail wu tho most popular'young people of Rt
mi I.
poe themselves if heft well. '\ AiwMn ::.:: ... XIVK : W. H."itttZSR......:. .. .. .. Irl"> f ford and have the burs Wivlie rwof
things S Matthews. pnhl reports and prln"ucI 75t ..livinxl to tho asylum at Chatta- of Jla./
to"his contentions with cauaot nndentuid, now, ( W I.M, Jnnlt.r____..... .'_".'hu ... loil) 2142'o' d fri ud*> _
n Though we 11' Ii mroti/, ....U..rl..tt Imll'it iK. ......... 17 MIN ; .. .. _. .. :!. : 1 h'ss.1.....A '.fm.uili-. ...- hv.. SliiritT! n..IlU..tt.
,irj Carter began to gain yet some time we will nndir.tiiud, wlijUo4hastaken B I*mnark.b. :put* Nlu.rR.nd booths 4 IMK'Mnnnlnic 814J! A. t):. Kelly. ..._.!..*."."."...-. .-.. "' IAI .uof .--. -- -. .- {'LYATr.DVnOSL; J
and mother I. .; w': a for wniri houMB. Him 21N N lll..Ald ,rman.__ .. uud ....... 5 UU r' ,
*//blio sympathy. Their diflrre both, father WT w,.'k, rl.-rk. and auditor..._.,. .. .Bo! iw 2141 J. U Popp ; "" :.. lG! '> :u: ?""y K H Mi.lllii'WM ... .. KMIn .Mr. John Dubse' Mid Miss :Mora
eed and a series of squabAh. so soon. May God help them to W T Ntson. away 1 hut fur I T A Kitiuht HuiM-rvtmir. rrKu.tratlon_... 10 NIT 214)4. ...Rt. 12UI" /, ':1I6. I' M"ralndl: "' .... 1'\.11, Cly at t were married last Sunday after. ..>
ith Rawlins and Msjri'la submit to His will aud trust ', J I H'kl"',ixmln, J H Manlrv ease.. ....... D ou i.'"** Whtt t SSesnlted in variant His grace, for behind a trove muK \ T.MHkUJ t I H KvlM!; .....?, gui alit f..tI. Day; .......::::::::: :.. US UiSou: :: 17. Allor." A d2Jv14 ..... .. --.. -. Ii U, noon at the home ot the bride's mother? d'Mrs.
i idence lIlt hades a smiling face W Alrnrx, rant of ol.ftl.in pl_... >V no eisa Kut": Howe........ ..... / I >, ,nl', Kowunln ... .. .. 1 Bfi 00Amiriian ( HuiUy Glyatt near Ft. Call iuftfewestern .
van I at if >)t>r the old maiyuV ills !I.Ulit.and Water plant, IlKhtH,.......... B atr Slid Rehr,...._...e.... .- J' VI l Hook ('.. .. . ... .- W W >> '
d e t end t at A 'ltIESP. P H. na .tt, onu, Id bo'd ; osl Ti41yt'2yon, .IT fill.lMH|* u.' Henry U, Peoples *
111M performed the Intera
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tatfOrdJIII. Cu... .... t :v .a'
tat ( alliuun(
1 and. requ ) An Industrious School. MO4o Alt D IIBI DOa VOVD.CI. 21M" (4 w Thorny. ...........-. 1/, P'I:) hlvlni H..h. ,1I.tr") : cstlug wromony that made the popular
nd the lad'ir' of Rent. Male P,"-k. mal iihJrw_ ..... ..."..,.._...|144 00 KIM H: &Mllam..-M.. ...... !671'1\ ,WI "f Nib ....' of Bra'lfordJn.; 101 61
upon formerly of ... tIM Ethel g.Lone. ... .. J'?III 7(11 young couple husband and wife
Professor W. A. Jones u W H"'n '' ... IJ4 1)11 ...... .. Ir.. .'\f..UI -- -" ""
a hoA'rovoiT'Isi the .1......... Kite: ..-.-..-V.r1'_! 14.1 OUC ZUWM H. IA. ..... 4[, ,,' .S5| f 1 w WI.!) .. : :. ni 26 Bride and ; '
IIa b.lj-taa.tlMt Lawtcy, but now principal 1 of : 1 'da lie said further Webster School at \Vi-bsttr.: W IHHKoblrorl I work/-. M N1I' Sins Jarprr. .. ...:. e' HiZll ;;:; a''wh., i nin.ri'"if"." ... a (011'' oldest and best families In their section
esa. It that Carking High I. UKII and!mole;;; ;ftwd.; : :: IS :K! rTil -! JII..Ta..l; .... ..... Ii..l" r )4IP/lINtrk.(: '
a, > deed b for him with a Sumter county,' has reason to -
gnu, l f E H D..... and work........ 8 Ml Sills t."w.... ................. :r'm' ,, :Vut T V. lt'ifl.t<.r ....... ..16" friends
spa \'here t Im i first. elate himself on the shov.iug nia-i'1 by> .I 1J M..."..... raid work ..- .-.. ...- .- IHO 41 2111II ll70 J0"le....wll.a; h ........... 4S ,L I :X;. Jnn. A. Klug t'r.lg t'o..... .-. 4 DO .......
1 ... ....._...... W.adtn;;. .. ... 1\1, ul, .11 '.
boat dept found where he his school at the State Fair 1..1. Id in ll.I A"J' -WN" -- U4 OnK ...... Tu. ..-" ( "I. \I.tri..t:
fell, but < .. ....... 2171 O. J. Knl.ha ". / .. 10lJO11I1
( WainrtKht" latt'lii: _................ II I K.!: Is I Tax Collectors
lay bew.4baVM there. lie told his side of Tampa. The.school was awarded }>n4ll'i ; W II\ tntli: ,.rhlll ... .--. .. ...... SOU IT4I7 Wm Hbrr............._. .. .t ::,: :'tel I I .I H 'of,..... 4 6tI1'h..n. Appointments.
they w as H r Harmnnt. _... ...h..._ U toHrwlfonl Trimla T.' tor...:........... 2 N''I, I ... MI b dlMart i'5 : I will boat the
follows ,
Btoryr which showed he had been : I I'.> Bank notn on road mach'r 41 hN ... .. W''oIoIll. la Oil following places ou

wV e*t* from ambush> and this caused more For the largest and be.jnrnor high Jnhnl'nft H nuwllng, road..worlr... ...... ..:..?. Ail ui 1101 linlMl L L.,."(.!..K'---.. '' ...........:............. 87116' ,I 'III:: W Mantua.Nstrfrt :... ... Ifl It date given for the collection of slate
) ofith friends of Rawlins to desert him. school exhibit in tin state <-':'. .1 W Nk buN ,-------------a HIrrmo. !21711 n.&. L.. ('rosby.....-.,..... ... II el,I il"l '''''' .. ... 1I1J00 and county faze for tlw year lOOrti *
79 r. lf1..1... .... ...... .. : : :: 'r.. '; .
written 111. Luke
TbS believe that lie For the. of Ptt. AND rOR..ITC' J,. W. 11.,1 nutl. ". Dee 15. _
>y began to now was, second bent quality RMkllter.._..._..... .. 1..1 Budt",1 Co IJ IqNNU
work school ;$1r'. ,J |P IW'niirtt wood for all.._.... .. ......| 1 OHrwJC' (4aa Wild...-.... .... .. 1610/ !:"I'!I ..... .'" 'Midway Deo. 17a. .
kill his A by itIWIuiia .. n ra.Providen
determined to enemy. a re- a Junior High .. .... ,., r'Hnwe, .. ...
WII. eo IIh-.ll.la. ,,,.. .._ 4 OrdU.lrstwtnitery EWr R)4MNMneld._....... ... ... : .I,,,,.." .. II WlbtmO1'nMnlr .
nit;Of this attempt on Carter'i life a The best spelling tablet from the sixth work at Jail.. .. ..... 1110 illH4ilHA A.O..nlr.i'hL.: ...... ........ 118 w I 1111/I/ ,.", Deo. 17, p. m.
J P Jjfo".u. .x..w.J H Krln C_..... ..? Tl MI ... ....... : .A (1klrnMuhSUltri"S I' '.. dmi-Ir.r' .. .. ....... 600
grade of .'.,w, *J My -- :14"1 Blair Doc. 18
warrant was sworn out against Rikwlins, any school in the : .r I PH. n-tI JHManlre .... 7O 4V r. I tllapns. : a. m.

charging him'with assault with intent | f :t P H. nwtt t.-..f Mil ita (r) 1HH Bill T.1 a M.wn.i1'U"a-............... 76 -H5 ;i..111" AIoIHIII..n .........-..... 00 Dukes; Deo. 18, p. m.
J O Poire".a.ra NvttUM ra e........ 6 w rill" L.. 2,111, SuDdl.trlld:
to murder This only increased Rawlins' Fined For Firing Pistol. itlMU2IMJ Ev.'Nlawe: : ... --.-..--..... f01"''I py.v15"nrr. .ln Ward City, Dec J9, p. m."
ou1llt of O. W. Alderman, collector Acta NI...1bO...:..:......... ... :96,0,, 'ffiinSSfBL/lrdC-o":
. anger;,and hfl made open threats to take I Will Jones, colored, was 1 b.fore Judge of taxes J. B. Dowlinjr, treasurer. N. rail Alma R. V. W*arreu..._........... 9'11roR. 2'215" Ra'! I TW Hampton, Deo..30. a. m. '
the .,.. ... .. :ift in' Then to Bt rke. .' *
the life of Carter. To protect himself Dtkle ,\ with 2111'J : -
Wednesday charll' D 'W&lnriI"M! tax UIIt'8I101', E. L. rise zt Emmal'fakr -.--.......... Mi HI' The /board adjourned to Januarylit ''
Carter had Rawlins placed under a peace reckless firing of pistol\ rlif quarters of rcKidtrmtlon W. SI14 N.'J p.. Mao -7-,....._....... .. nl'"'I Ralford. Dec. :Ii, p. ra:
a Odum, rnperriaor / F. 2114 PatrIt ........ s1, ''' I JO')
bond. This happened a few days before at Dunham's mill near K.ufor'1. The Bailey Justice of,the peace, M district, Jl'W O..A4Jrhl---Jmrua!: WI"'I.--' ......... '! VEt V. SCOTT, Other places will be visited later.

the tragedy for which Rawlins and the iwiflo Jones was 211.7 Mar K..ned.-......... .. :5tin, Will be in Starke the monthof
charge igairiHt T. 3. Auilrewg, countable presented and IIIKH : / Secretary near.l.'aU: .

negro,Alf Moore paid the death pen carrying a pistol;wit boot a license.;" approved by the board. 21 ug as None.L. Mani J : ________ -- January. ; ".tij8i. .

for which Milton, Jeue and and of *(0 and ZJlO If totally disabled. J. R.PttVU .. Q. W.. AtDERMAX
alty, and court assewed a flee Keaolation of ColombUt conutjr com !!: ilZM. a=--y.'f: A pension : ,
Cnwan.douOk ) : !: 'f ""rh. ?; :ru Collector.
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:r'rd BODY toft/-"I CATH KNELL L. SOUNDS $445,6od; :PltfB'LOSl,. '..: .. AT IVIACONCentral llO VICY GOODS q.- JUST HUMBHRE.yS'

?/ City'. S'oru"o\ .- '.
VkL; v Empire ONE
15 diseases
? t FOR CHESTER GILLETTE atroyed by Flan, ..... I ,V eiPrin Y Specifics care

6 atan, Qa. Dec. 10. -Fir* "'t t MAY BE BARRED Wl, OR D that word U' .Ol ikBOH Cattle Sheen. Dogs hogs ami

+} r sl eatITTEN8 out a t 9 o'clockSunday sight In "'it _..r.. Poultby acting Jirectly :an,tile SICK star

LavaIOOSEVELT Sentenced to Die During Week of large: stall dry- goods establishment. T .::t.t"t'S; with.l. loan of time.FPnt .

,'. Burton; ,, Smith &: Co completely Honbd! Passes Bill Which Allows It] relers to l"+ AA : ). 'nnnirtllnnii' i'eva..ft.mlD.
Liver ...
of January! 28tlr.'. destroying the Immense stock and the Pills and cuPIlt''u.l '' ., Luna I e r Milk

bulMdJa& which fronts on throe streets. States to V1EAR.LTH 1'RAIVa I. I...ini-n..n.. Injiirlei.kMCUBUMk.MQJ. .
The /
building and stock wire com- ArejouconxUittt : BpKnolte!:
LAWYERS TO TRY TO SAVE HIM i pI&teI3""d"lit.roYed. loss) of Troubled with In.! i / fmn rilUOVT.,,, t.ul.ow.
entailing a EXCLUDE Sluk Itctutu: ::\buV I_", ",
The estimated insurance: VlrtUoi-; 11I'0.'1' Hoi Jrubv.

'oman Drank Chloroform-Police Boy Lover Is Sentenced to Death for Is Tbe about 126000. Bilious Insomnia? 1.. .,cLI, r tlct.. *nniii>nia, InflamMl

Believe She U the Woman Who Laid origin of the fire Is unknown 1-- d corned Friday Until Mon- \NY of these symptoms! Vyu .a15 l.Mrtt.li euiiioulnlu4.Ulo'
'r Murdering His Sweetheart, Whom though/ It was discovered on i I'.. low ndkatelnlildlunolthe: LI' :J" moray. others_ P htPaAtnahe. .D.

Slcgo to the President's Home at He Betrayed, Abandoned and then *r floor of the J Jveloj tJ ""Hiding and soon enpartmcnt i'ice" er Making Legislative Ex. Spa NoccT : ) ....s t..Qln".
i Oyster Bay. I Killed.Herkioier. >ed every ditablUbraent ,. [ The es- and Judicial Appropriation ; i q,1/. :.'rerrma D CARRIAGE.

empl!, >yed 125 peopU I as :.I.D DDER DIIt'ORDERIii.
: : New York Dec. :30.-Lulu D. Qro- immense peclal Order. fv3HTington : ..11...\KIDNEY k 1 '
[ stock
-1 Y r. 45 years old, and who had de E. (Gillette, N. 1'( ? Dec. 10.-Chester been opened i t holiday gouda tI-.1o d \ utt' i ills 1.1. 1101\1" DIIIIR"&" ...... E..."......
scribed walt on Monday sera ,, Dec. 8.--At 3.I"OeI k s cunwlLleeretir..1rP.
alp 1 herself as a magazine writer tenced to death during the week beginning Tho Empire 8t t >re was located at thocorner PrWay' the house adjour;,,*d l until J xnxncovDl'rtolr, insseers.coat' .
was removed to
a hospital Sunday of I
January 28tb. Cotta avenue and Sherry Monday having during the 'Y{ .t
pl night. Buffering from chloroform poisoning The boy received his street. N'o> Substitute Cam. Ten Spoolfl'x'' *.len S7.
In :
sentence session several
i lrib I passed: } and re too.each
critical.;. Her condition was said to b r silence, retaining his stolidity of expression The alarm: sounded at 9 o'clock. ceive: from the committee bJJ'b on atprlprlo.UoDs. : / ... _""' I At druKKtBta,BlollUno or rent prrpal Co.. Cor.d on WlllliVtail K\. >t of prKw.Hiinit'liroyn' JobaBtrulU ..
that has shown such Hately thereafter the entire fire exe'cutlV'and ANAOUNCFN "4
p marvel the legislative, e York.
There it
arr some doubt as to the Iden department was called Into service. 'f
+; tity of the woman who for a month The lames first judicial appropriation. bill. tD' DOOK aIAILFJFRaE..
wtjre discovered on That bill "as. made a special orderfor
has the
past occupied an apartment on Cherry sir feet side of the Empireo'clock ,FOn MAYOR. r"i
Monday no day having been fix
Lexington The store
avenue. police ba- I homlijr nnmmiuiBco + .,
? have her to be the. "Mrs. Grover," U At 11 the firemen gelnescontrol d ed for the vote on It. During the of Mnyor niict r".tr'llly, t ""dhJ.* .

who Just prior to tbe Roosevelt-Long, 4. of the(lire In Triangular block three hours tho house was In session port of the ultlMtnH, ito : 'nr i town' J
i iIlll.TlT'J.
worth wedding was asked to leave the and confined t ie greater losses to '** Is passed u" bill, which has the enthu- bo huM Moniluy Hi I

White House and who later attemptedto f Empire Morprbo: 3-story bulldlJ'. IIla tlc endorsement of labor, as well 1 A. Z.,*'
..Ctt a L
;l tee the president at Oyster lift) at t ta tr tha COrner of Second and Cherty / manufacturers generally repeal FOR MA\OR.
To the secret service men "Mrs. Cro- : s&Lreet, o\\ lied by E. I. WUllnj,;) hat portion of the Wilson inter I ht-roljy announce myw'[Q a rand, dJa
prl+ L y 'veraald at the Urn* that she was Dam, U! badly. ,lamaged. lie commerce bill relative to cone ofllnn of Mayer and n-Mp '(fully HI' r.

't magazine writer. i The Cutteab rger music store. ne ". t-mads goods and permitting the port of my t"Uow.1I b..n> iu|
A to the r rat states to legislate for them "I".tlon. W.
neighbor was attracted by> "roaDitrom Empire was also damaged but
4 ,4 Mrs. Qrover'n apartments late b tho flames war never allowed to gain s as to their competition with

Sunday and found Mra. Grover unconscious headway there .' "IreV labor" made goods:; A bill data 1 rvHpoctfally aonomii ni
for oluctlon
th on the floor of..her bath room The 3-story building; and the 2- was also passed creating a game preserve ..nIIOoU..tor for the town M..Iw of Ied

A physician who waa summouf was story structure> occupied by the Em- in the Olympia mountains t In 1 promiriti. to imforct tho ll

a"ir'r .making a hasty examination: when ,vati plre store are Complete looses Washington. or favor and faithfully dlx ijj|

ff t the woman recovered her senJaa: and I The fight of the firemen was fcerotbulWlnc Dy a practically unanimous vote dntlcM of the om"". Tlmnklii
r AN aid: I ie and rapid. the house passed the bill limiting the of Stnrku fur tnnmirtitfmn

r tr "Le me alona., wish to die Thcro The 2-atory destroyed be- regulation of interstate commerce between i-urnuHtly flection.. solicit their' Mupporttown -

T t II no one ,to blam B." I longed to the state of the late S. the several states In articles

N+kT, fu She was removed t to a hospital T. Coleman aril I the 3-story building manufactured by convict labor or in L.H

When tbe police: vUt'ed the house was owned by (I. D. W'llllngham, B r. any prison or reformatory. The bill 1 hereby announce; >Iotllou ,)

Ire t ; I they found on a table !In the parlor Lees. are valu.il I tat 100,000 and cov- was Introduced by M r. Hunt, of Missouri of Murxliul. and t v

two letters one scal"d and the other (red by Inauroilce.! a practical stonemason. Ntarkaand ruxpoctfully Hon. Il

4rr opsto. Th. sealed letter} read as follows Under the Wilson bill, which became the voter at flu coming elurtlneloctml +
rt : DOUDLE I KILL a' to daunts my whole
NOIN GREENVILLENegro law In 1890
{ & ODBIITED oILLmtT> r- efforts! to the dlnclmrtr of dull,
"Saturday Nlirht. I* c. 8. 1006:-To I made goods may enter into active W. H. HOLL1N,(
the Coroner or the First I'ollce Of Ran Arliuck In a Mississippi i competition with goods manufacturedby
Due nerve since the
day of his
} arrest
ficer that I
Finds My J C ntv
4 Here
: : I beg "free labor" and under
for the murder of his sweetheart this federal FOR NIGHT MAlttilaqr ,
r of you to telephone to President Greenville, ties Doe 8. Two law
a state could
Miss Grace Brown whom It !Is charged ? not pass a 1 I littrpby announce xnymtlf n I Ithn
Theodore Roosevelt He *!:11]] have parsons dead, 'wo seriously wounded that would l .
prevent the olllco of Nl
w he betrayed abandoned shipping into Ilh. Marshal m I IHoltolt
: ; and then and
!?! k ,fin; ,.1 ,> my body cremated 1 haw, writtento murdered. two sllgh >y Injured, 1s the re- the state prison made goods of other tho support of thfit vot,."
hIm; have madu my will, and all suit of a bloo y tight which occurred states. The law Hc'ctlon.
Gillette's counsel will passed Friday abrogates ,
move to have
.I have is his. Ht> will have every here shortly n 'ter noon Friday. the U t
the verdict set aside. This wUl be Interstate commerce law,
Kellx ---io-
thing attended to Just us T wish, It' Holmn ,11 negro hailing fromand at
as present
L ? rr to be right. II. knows where to preliminary to the appeal to be made i Arkansas shot! )killed Celina Hol- applied to.convictmadegoods I ram candidnto for rite"in'
later. thereby affording to the different Bhal
find every thin;. ;. man, a negr eel in Pratt's riwpiNitfally Hollcitcltizonx =
!c1'' { ; "Please enclosed And Gillette will probably be taken to boarding hous negroOfficer states and territories the right :; : + of tlio lawn nt .UlM
$15 II. A.
and thousand Aber-
: a the Auburn to Inhibit the tlan. IfelHctott 1
'i' N. Y. prison. shipping of convict- promtu'm
'I thanks for klndn cromble, wit It B. Coffer .I
your III. Please William made goods within tlui dutlaH of tho oftLcu."
" 4 ., do not let my, poor kittens he trig lit- Vaught and C loch Thompson eater states the confines of Nun:
ened or annoyed. President Roosevelt SEVEN MEN BLOWN TO PIECES. ed the boardli K house to arrest HoiiBro any or territory.

2 ..tt, will take them as soon as he receives man. The had two pistols Mr. Hunt asked for Its passage not Iioroby announce raywlf |
letter Dynamite Explosion In North and fired only for the Interest of tbe free labor thHolHouof
I my I mailed tonight to Carolina upon too arresting party. NlKhtrMnmhnlfuvor
.i t'f'fe r Dim Plea*. let them stay here until Railroad Tunnel. [ The first i lot pmwed through but In tne Interest of the manufacturers. ma with 'election" I nhi v

,: !,. then. Charlotte, N. C. Dec. 10.-One i Thompson's h I east killing him !in- He said It was an attempt to tiro tlroo to tho tlixc'tinrKa ""I ,

.M +..' "My heart is broken, so I take my white man, five negroos and an Indian scantly Aaher, shot struck Acting curb the criminal competition of the olllce cad wIll at all Umi+...d ]

,ap4'/ 't own life In t> the familiar way I know were literally blown Into fragments Officer Coffer 1 the body and he Is in penitentiary with the free labor of the Mttlxfuctory w>ctii- <"o. W DJ

;. i, by drinking chloroform. by the explosion\ of dynamite In a a precarious cercrotnble mdltlon. Officer Ab- country."It .

2 "No one Is to blame but myself. I tunnel on the right of way of the New tt oldest policeman on Is cruel." he said, "to ask the FOR CLERK

trust my uplrJt and future life to a South and Western railroad. the local fore tied hU. right thigh free labor of this country to maintain 1 hi'rnbyannonnaamyw+lrn

w, merciful and loving dod, who knows The white man had been ordered to shattered by n bullet from the negro's its I dignity and Its self-respect if It election, to the olHcu/ of TOI'HI""trully

v and judges our sorrow. open a box of. dynamite fur blasting revolver. II e la seriously injured= has to wait until the product of the Hobclt thu mipixirl |

"Lulu D. Grover. purposes and started to comply. On e M. Wainer a business man, was hit state prison Is sold before the employ vvnrt.

"SOCB Lexington[ Ave." blow from a hammer exploded. the by a bullet I 1 the leg, but Is only er can get a reasonable price for his

t ,t: The second letter, bore no dale and contents and only a small fragment slightly hurt. honestly manufactured products"

no address. It rel icd to private mat of the white man, who was blown After empt 'log hU pistols= at the Other speeches were made by Sher- FOB ASSD|

f' tars.t' through the tunnel has been round party the nell ro. fled from the =board I ley of KentuCky. Galnca of Tenn I ht rt'by annouiioo my. j

v: Six: others were mangled and sever Ing house an I was ,red upon by offl see, Henry of Texas and Orosve nor eanrula Tlutiiklnv-tfon the to citizens the ofllm! |

1 were seriously Injured A mule anda can and c\tJ:\ zens. He of Ohio. : ofKfiu
Valdosta Man Is was finally rutu support In tliuHoUolt
Found Dead.
car were blown through the portal driven Into n warehouse The Democrats their
und after In the house fitTorulile
Valdosta Ga. a opposed on
,: Dec 10.-Mr. Ja
of the tunnel and down threat
mountain was the arming election.
to burn consideration of
y Chambers a T/henlwrlght and rada hIm .out the bill conferfine -
blacksmith side. The car was wrecked but the of tits liMIng
.r' h United
for tbe Buutb Georgia Machine Place> surrendered to States: eIUz.enlb1D on the -
mule escaped unscathed and of file Sheriff Crouc'' ( a( rj-wa Inhabitants ---
lodged\ In of Porto Rico. '
: jail Chairman
company vas found ,
dead) on Cle "
.: own volition galloped to the eta Holaan was ///a hot In the Cooper of
4; ';, ''vacant lot on Leo street near the arm Wisconsin under the call SEABOAir e
'Atfentla: Coast Lire. Ho found ble.Not of the committees called the attentionof
was a stoats! person, in rye tunnel TwelveMIneI'I
toy! policeman Freuley while the om.cer'w.'on escaped / Die in 1. the house to the erroneous positions Line .

rat'., ,'v bis way to the city after Is Injury.tunneling through The constnictlosforce just Laredo reached Tell: Dec 8-j, < ws has of the bill on the union calendar -
a mountain thli
Breakfast .The dead city from Monterey< Insisting that Its ARRIVAL AND DEPA
man's eons. badpent In a remote proper place) E.
corner of the state of .
a mine
the. night"searching for belt. : and accident, which was on the house calendar. EfTnctlva Apr .
owing to its
Inaccessibility to ooaurred on '
I father, who left home Saturday night telephone secure Tuesday last, at the Ave Mr. Clark.. 'Missouri, leading the -
.fit Tier- to connections. thames i1iiluj"r and< which resulted In the minority objected No. 66 north houn..
supper ,get some meat for n of tbe. dead and Injured to its-transfer but
;..f Bunday'* dinner and did not return. bo learned. cannot Mexican miners, at Speaker Cannon decided with Mr. No. 84.II "

iM far. The family feared that some evil had The Indian was a Cherokee from that work the In I entire the 'hart Had( It not< been Cooper that it properly belongs oa No. 54.u \
befallen tim. and the of me nemployed the house No. south bour
search for him the reservation at Whittler BwaJn: in the mine, had calendar which would give 43.
ie continued through the not commenced their !It a different No. '"
night, but aunty North Carolina. labors for the status than on the> union 55, .11
without finding him. It Wee evident i others day. a number of the calendar. The ohalrmaoT ofth .com No.-, J r, If a.

;fit'I from the surroundings that ho had eat Will Protect Telegraph Facilities. i, accident might have been killed. The mittee on Insular affairs attempted to rn

down on a pil. of lumber to rest and New Orleans, Dec. 8.-The Illinois In the morning occurred at an early hour have It called up for consideration.Again No. 83 leaves wf f a m t

{; ,rF bad fallen off, his death'being due to Central railroad has Inaugurated t best available According to the Mr. Clark protested Insisting. No. 8z arrives o h. m,
apoplexy Or heart disease. Information, the aocl that the Nita, w, A.
house had Y
a moveweut for dent a right have notice -
protecting telegraph was due to car.legsness N"M.Ii..n.l5! run betJuek.; : ,
facilities which of some of the possible consideration of ('.. ,tar Ke Non. (Vlinnvltttf >, ,villa an.
la expected to one in letting a big < >T" 44,81 8",1 e 4 h en Jaak
flow waVe Terms
-l'al Condition of Wheat Crop. b e of benefit to biuineaa of the entire the lower level, where the of Into the measure. The speaker sustained 8tarke and ami Wannm Tampa. !MOil ea sit.) h brio((, ''H per day,

i I Booker Washington To Speak southern Mlfurlsslppl valley. This l drowned. They were men were the protest and the bill went over. ht-- mado known on a

r Atlanta Dec. 10.-Booker T. work announced Friday night by O. In a trap by the Immense caught n. mss The discussion disclosed determination T. jiaRIFTlfl( Agnnt

Washington, the nell known n> gro II. Groce the newly appointed assistant ter. caused by the flow of wa- of the Democrats to fight the A.0 MACrOKELU A.fa. P. A/ JA'kaamlll Table Supplied Wish,
opening tbs.
". educator spent Sunday In Atlanta In to the general manager of the gate, and had no chance : stood measure whenever possible. market ,

the afternoon he ddre. Md the m.m- Illinois. Central U the cutting downof The authorities will! of serape With an appropriation of $ ,OOO.OOO EXPERT AGCO ) I Affords-. .

+t'P, "y. -' tiers of his race at Carter's tabernaole. trees not only on tbe railroad rightof vestigatlon of the make a rigid In- and provision\ barring' "simplified A-iT.. ( Noir

e, l..' t, His address was based largely on recent way but also on private property endeavor to flx the nCdl\ent, and will\ spelling" In documents ordered by Books oP<'nod. Cloaoa or adjnstcd .. I' mrtlluuiw, .C* aIhELP
M .. racial troubles In Atlanta and adjoining so (bat nf falling (tree can -. COn.ll:1'8811._:_ n_. lh._. _1..I..h.__._._.. .._. .v.._.....w......4._ ,E. RAN .

,ble coming to the city was the direct strike the wire. In storms of this Answer Made by and judicial appropriation bill for 1908 Box 573. ,*' Jacknonvi KD '

1 j, .result of the interest, which the bet and former yeah failing trees have Washington, U C. Southern, was reported to the house by the appropriations || iqa' I5 I

+ ter element of ihs netroee ,1e ls In crIppled telegraph service sometimes Southern railway has' Dee. S.-The committee, which was REP'ERItNOP'Oiti3fln, ople'ii Rank Bank. of oj', ". tsouvlllfl ItLTHT + 1
filed and To
t ,. the iDorement for a better undental1dIn"bet.welA throi'iout the entire south. interstate commerce with the made a special order for Monday. p.nr of Jacksonville and others C"1n w. t nibta

''' '"I, the white race and I toe answer to the charaea CQmmlulon rte The amount carried by the btll. !Is .824I n4

4f 1 seta: At night he delivered\ prao- Noted Commander Dead fright rate on furnIture of Ucesa1ve 1685.8423 less than the estimates. I !d uDoflrr

.' e': ttcaUy tbe same speech at Rev U Ta*.. Flu. and complaints shipment The appropriation the current. fiscal ua t to
II. l'roctor'l pa, lkc. 8.-John C. against the character -H05. W. FJELDINOATTORNCYATLAW )
church. Both] meetings of the car. year aggregated I30.1CS.486. The Tt. Tn. Ale,
were well Brain of the confederate navy, died furnished for such I uire.e tee' Jz'
attended, and a number of raents. Ihlp- entire number of
These salaries carried in
Saturday morning of He complaints -
s' >ple> were Interested confedernte
epetatora.f" ** STAKKK FLA.
and other outhew.S..01-0 In the estimates therefor and { U.a deem
C *, war vessels during the civil TH3 Ca
trite, and declares that no S? road 29 more than provided for the current: ] ea
It If he who commanded reasonable AAD
in all the Courts CU
.I Man and Wife 1 Killed\ by Train. LAM !Slowing; up 'it of St.. Mary at theo can be made to the character/ : obje.-Uon of rear. An Increase from $1,2000 to Practice and United of th. stnti.. ': ETMB (; e

."t' Murfreesboro. Tenn, Dec. 10.- sort *Antonio Jamaica. He, after supplied to furniture nubcturlna care ".400 Is made !In the alowance tot totes. WITH
While in also claJm. that 1 members of the.house for Di tii .
a a buggy attempting to cross tar- ,clvH war. went to :England bu.trl'tul"d freight charges hire 's s
t'' tbs not Wgher than are and the that DR.A.tI.FREEnAN
Naativllle Chattanooga and they requirement members
St. IhoUld
t' was arrested tfy order he. OrONSUMPT10N
.y; t Louis railroad tracks, near here Sun- of .-Jeon Wei! resentatlves of the Rep certify they nave spent this> amount
+ *, secretary of the navy railroad QIUce two loon what of Ga..l..ln. ,'
I.p f ,. day afternoon, J. II. and furniture n.anu. comPnny Is omitted. The apropriatlons fore Drug
David |
..t r and wife, *0'*' v, held until Starch 1169, a"urri WIll 0 Store Stark...
f. of Nasorille Tenn. were given a bearing by miscellaneous expense for the year -
t' run down being tLyd/ the
confaderate'pri.oDerbe to>>
rc sn and killed by passenger train No.5, relear. .. within the lint the 'd Pe.commtaallo a is cut from 1100,000 to S30.000. The General pnwtl'ft llmlttd! to Work .? FDA lOStand eaeatist.co Price '?
Ia rids
outhbound. The same train at La- alary of the secretary to t.hepeak.- town daylight oot of town Free Trial. fr

Ire : 'Verge IB miles north of here struck Bunt..e Kugenla BtIT er is Increased from $,000 to $4,000. aud consaltiition- burst sari ,
and dangerously One Hundred 'Indictments.Harbours Nashville "Yd, Dead. "U'C.lio Cuze kr all
injured John ; Tean UOUBS THROAT
Elder D.o and
: LUNa
;;;r a uqro.t" *111*, Ky. DM. 10.--One teM Eugenie DerttB4t. .-<:Oul1. mind and by to 4 n. m ; LES. 01 MOllEY TR OIIB.
appointment I
hundred indictments for Cals4 regUtration dead la thU city Sle! aged< 80. II i Hung for Assault. -
have been out at UtJ- Cumner wsw born u Alexandria La. Dec. S.-JI'hom. fICUSDEIT'AL'SUTIGEO -- -
+ t for sworn county, this D
Nobel Puce state, :p. ,
f t" alt. dleaboro niece of the and was< as C. D'
d. S ,Christian as s result of the special | late Senator Braden alias Brady whit n
V Norway. Deo. 10.- registration there preceding: the vote I: Date: of Tenn,.,*. William E< man 58 years of age was legally For StjlUTx :. e
? The Norwegian
: '. (( parliament has con on local option to b* held next Wednesday 'math tad spent COuntuel Dar;. hanged hero Friday for criminal.* Bridge \

To s'" ferred. the Nobel peace prize uooo Wholesale fraud are claimed osstle Itt Italy. many She Years. at her sault upon Miss Laura Warren at Crown and SUrke. Work s j '..'It}. Job
J Jh s4dsat Florid
Roos.vsit.r was
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by the "dry." I orated b7 the sultan of once des LeComJ>te. La. Sept. 16. last. Braden Printing
,. Turke Second ]Boor
_.- ." "r -:' ,. Offloe oa JOBM fief
r forraertr resided la UdUn
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," replIed 4ndrew. "Mai. i 'h"'Nr 'e have fall.eulnr -
A1uJel! ,"I' |bon'
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"I wI'lJl.rm_ I l st ,. b tuderx." ,. MrAil'Jter" I T
know '0 lyl "ti + \I "
80 tbe hose but call sbe "'lllb(>s Jt OUr.J'ld..! I l I I f I ..eo"' '''' "'Y -,. '" r"JlU'I"I it, )but\ tlio Will bit I A Rare -
p ices. Jleal' ber.Pb14el.lJla V i In sat' 'ftd nalt sill I 'nlj 1<1 to niy.''
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j tld' '1 I was I
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na1 j II l I lleut Gift
1Ves 1l. nt I.'te. tvntemp-" I Io Giving g
(beinga08nle'Ibow : without 'Jostling 1 2( Where yr, \d Brand Shoes --_ ____ I /

battle Jnll sad In hlllIN/l 60 takIng/ thonil ofteno.the ways.world he ha, .tc, It dIF s %"ide)le merchants, because ,,.,fir fpw of ..... _..- ...-.o=c_- _.- ,.." n"1!

Carlyle tar a. It. I. an eutlty Ufa stall I, a.11 : ITQ m to ask for .J. It i is not usual for -.in'Grit.. r price 1
.{'. ,- f-- Iiie .* c..'t3r t sale to be put on during! thettinlld ys.M'1 f
.tTlJe Chlldllotntaomat. s feng $3.50 Shoe :.
tel'do, Iro to IeI'. 1Thl'h had 4 --. But we wtll deviate from the custom,'
leaking Itcll olin bet. for n.and. will '
the get
"'et. rain and you your and the month of December .t .
got during
and die J Pl'Obo my .,
or bly cnteb fTnei' worth. Made in 37 % ;
'i>mark Jut .' cold :
i( as'llJn.t ''T lJII1IJ87-JIXl'lutnglt.'mp1r get an styles md all the popular 1 entire stock of Oak Bedroom Suits, odd''s? \.' ,

. .. -A QrD Leather s,; Patent Colt, Vici, !11 .lll_ Dressers and Washstards will be offered P
DaJn uor Gun Mi tal Box Calf etc. 11 no Nf ?
( ,
) the r tithe
liver I.. ro at a discount of 25 per cent., from ;
Overflowsitit's t llThaf's, what yon, ), pp Rt 1.i
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Iier .
i'' "' ( rpL ( tile Pt Company / f fb
/ is
YIlt.W. vl0j e st l.tnh t.It JT l. regular prices. Nothing more
t4etjduclio01biltouar Ma\tiifaeturara 'aI.Cal: S. hn
wile, li suitable 'for the home than ": '''
rte t: '47Lq WTJt, GEORGIA Uluoho as a gift
lOll II I
ouiaJLWL Tf nice Furniture, find this is, indeed, a

vl'Y rare opportunity to secure the best _
Itt \ 11 + .
..... .: ( 1l Ll': :Rt ;jjcods practically AT COST. '

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.r---/ I SI? J J. H. YELVERTON JR.

HarllesQ fie I IENITTCs( ''t11L1" r..EI ,

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s Hips, Wagons 9 9d I CON.TIPAT Lazl'1pt. )LtId I I House f Furnishings. .

w M' ,,, I STARKU:, :;'FLORIDA vNt r

p W''. ,,,: : tb:1rlv'r; l.. les, Lap Robes, Etc. 1 pt.: iC6, C r'11L1 "

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"the o i Mve in repository I : sTLOLaMc ,I It 111111" 111." "IIf"N111111i1f' "11111f" "1i1111t1tii11f" " "11111t1111fl1l11F" ', 1i 111t" '?t'I'"yp
them Cj, vaioa our 1 iti i0v u-.r i..o a. :: :
the dfOAgem ia

::;, f1./plete dine of Buggies, s-- + + + + w;

who v I. Sold and Rccr.mmcnileJ by LIFE INSl1RAN6 I
wordsdeck would
and bole, Wtf', lS, etc. If you All Druggists.

r The to us.experienced :: .
near : f ve money come see """ "' -- '

,. of allnppronolj tJ ,- -
dents ft ing and ample,J J8o ,. ./ ed 6' tai

t'C. tnlre."Alas.- pus all 1 RUDENT 'i. .{,,
'.. p ''sh enable to down Nerrous r IJ..i

: When you fe langit" "l i, t'r, ..t'. si. EOPLE '
.... in line. ,. '3 xuE
t isi tho npetition our I nervous and ir taLk : .
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f i st nIgh tality is ,low- our i t:; =:::
"Ah. thfLa xhau-I. !, .' d ;
'" ';)'our a ru: nillg ,lull ri, i.lr> H: j\ \ v''..
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K BUGGY AND \\VAGON lack of power, : \" v' ,'. > :::!
O.l The organs ( tIle I ", : {

T tai S. working- poorl or 21"1, ,01 ,\ ,. w ,, .-<;.: ;. ';
1.26 toed and you are : Jt gett:: 1I1g' liic l.\ 1 '
ewttt't:- .. .. I nourishment nc ded. 'I 1 t'h[!I SKM1 i j Jg; OLICIES.y'- '>- ;'; : 1.. '
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foam 0 yalnell. lnrktr stead of throat g off t tinmi! w aa .::; ., ..
" ey eouIdwJSOo( 10 s- purities, difitnliutcs it :ail C: yip ".' \ kku
\\ rr crowd 1i,,.... through the This bnng'tdisease : : 'A' '

t he card w, : 76c and\bQJV., 5r: ..... ::::;:::::=s
Feed the> with Or. i fc: ---r.: 4 -
io5 > ocll RudUCI'ng Miles' Nervine 'nerve foo'l a t: _: oH tr :; '"""

; ,. t.I' rl' I nerve medkinoMhat flout! j i.!hi,,'* E. P. DUNCAN ,Special Agent, Starke, florl A ,
I" yell or., IIIHt lip and strengthen, be nervi---: 'I k
I II canoe W \1eyYRa'r: see how quick I ,you wll': K1: < l
and f' r"I.Idnt I strong and'vigoiuus. J IJ11,a 'u I uaiauuauuauiuiuiuu r at d auuaiaim Ju u i

> seated ir a e .... ... .
e. / s'.,Itl, "My wir mjT( (>rpilJirlth. nprv.irrvvlou '- ; -'.-- --"' r.
Ifbeot] '1'.1 .I to n t..c..tbu. k of t t'i',, >il
Vies d I h, .j.v' fever, but attar her (wcovfry fi, :lfll
6 ,
t fever she war mui hf wormi. niul < '
was -'- hardly control her t bvlnir
.. '' 'Injjly nervod -when the l.'U-i t .- "
itolti ale wn-y ri >rtii'l" xr fit nigh', a w

I Ifs 1n-to nuarv. 1st we'are to .ache.never.*.ufrFt. 1X.vt ,rf a nuicii filMl.llBlit lee r.A't444tin vine n.'r\. II"'r"., i-tIu .lrnended l,t '111'I i, I Fifth CarlnailIf x A,

whom B by a friend, AtJ..r'l, ,
three dn.e..She In a ( .1 '( '
'7Yto n and smaller rest, and at lhs end f th1, t I
into new trentntent. SLe, was, wond. 'I llll: > tn; I Iproved. ...
De Catlby Contlauwt 0 or Ncr ate Lull

f.t :, rters and it is i imperative complete4,.1021,.1..r.ol1r'.CbtTry: f .t.Pf EvaII; ;/; Knr n.1'011.D ,.,. I t'THORNHILt M1
Mow, Mil, N.vlr. I. re., ,, ..edruggist
who will Loran: t"J'' u.fI..t
IVflthouler bottle wilt benIt It It tails. h.
Vilcha' reduce Will refund your nu.11oy.' VA69NSt
| and greatly our
Miles Medical InJ
Co.. Elkhart, ;, dit ,ry ryawl

before that time. 'WeI; y

I The .
New Model "'
rise, makes

tlriag.pt cially A iwsiou itt at therefore offering sweep- : FayS holes

,dyspepsia and
n. S-Columbia, t reductions throughoutour : IS 1 ;
ape keep a supply ing .i READY -
and. Am eo pleased
la : HM all the good features ',f prevlntu '"
yes constipation 1
'uts, .tbrt words stock of merchandise I models. and a new frictionless "..fine
hc+ '-s:..' ,Iiteoatiun," AllY : great I any mint operator that suits and the requneniiii"I doer ii', t *

change of l .r>
adjustment for spce-i
L dt jrliH Sopreme .Court has 'If you are interested ; regular work with many other newImprovements
riae If at any tlmo a conditional and featun th'
dot' J iyHe.r a convicted is Ttolated. \, 'e I please the operator and own.m .- "
warrestedby order of -- on DryQboSs i producing more and bsti'-r+ +"?*
"m saving money
board and required to You ought to use a
nd alpder* eate'Ma t
r u th n : Men's Worn- F ..... ,
!aI 'ISig5r. Notions, ySholesTypCw4riler -- .. "' '''''-;

.'deed.destnq bto'M- K.Okilr"e""jJJ SS f t'a en'st"! Boys' and Children's : i you ,don't ,know. ; them, i

ee this canned the Salve to Kit : : It l Is sImple, easy to anders: ask ne ghborhe,
soreness Hats and Operate" your
'"Ire g to disappear, never toreit Shoos Clothing, htmakestbut R P"wnianlfolder '
; little "
sale iu ez'tense.
23o does
at i nice
''A fer Furnishings this sale Action never clear-cut tires there work nn: i ". knows /. ,\ A
Men i
rods .
foemerly'*. resident of s the or bearings. to keep .
Qr pent,back''to lire iu hta od hands, or spoil the work mar -- ...
ib F Dlfwlelota,'bat 'I T..a F. .8ho' !br\'i .an '"'lley-
loon *
"rye ,and has',Jwit returned of, offer' you the opportunity Ie"" carriage. Every; Fn. S>
fit.at Pfrlter Is fin'the>' n
nine handsomely
y'.f n months, LiYi & Moth
4t aoo, I twohorseh black and gold. Is( durable api'! hillyltaraQteed. tistnn ,

to'dtSO. Sold for
Other cash or on easy pa menu
doing typewriters taken in excnanga

ai "f rheaLiniment- 1 Send part your pay. .- q_rFAYSHOLE3.._..-*, ? Starts.! Fla.r .

*." raw- fTw. ELARBEE1 ItA ; Dam.address and for _.1
e ills that > Dew catalog I ,/fhfr
e Williams, sad
'I have OKC.I of tugcolor ..k..:.
ankle ant I STAND u !)
ttas' Lion.All drug-I al- W. HODGES' OLD writing.rw. I r orslylishobpifl1tioo'

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UNTY And another exchange make this L:WITH :FLORIDA: : EDITORS?! : .1.

suggestion as to building up the tradeof
t nM lehAdEveryFrldayat, a town. Read and digest it: FLORIDA'S THE PLACE. iltl'y' A l lI

's ,4RACFORD000NTTFLA No town will bit i a good business center The dispatches tejl us that out ioEl

'MATTHEWS PuMI.h.r. ml Prop'r so long as its business men rely only on Party, Texas: last Tuesday when the f'3ld st i
--. --- --- a few merchants to bring trade to the hotels were crowded with Noril' I Santa at the

,' BUBBCUIPTrON town. Too often men In a few lines of tourists who had fled from a No' 'I"rn:

n.'IY'..., ......................................$i.co trade are about the only ones that reach winter, all weather ,mkeu I
'iV' sMonths.\; :. .......... ...................... .10 out after Custom. Other merchantswait records were' t
Thl-..*li' tns. .-..?..3BSt undo these men induce tho peopleto and six inches of BUOW foil, tCi'P"1 ,;
'z.. .; -- -: come Hown and content themselves' with a bli1:>1llorl. On tha' san, ', I .=
tb.QoltomcoatSt.rkeFla.as 8.0ond with/lie trade that naturally beloqgs to }Florida from -
Spa. end to end, ws I 'd'
.... .olas. .Matl.r. otter place. A public spirited man genial sunlight 'and CriZi: : ,
kucoatlesfl :
-:: should ask himself if he is doing hiM part about the streets men at vc t...".. .usu iavticatlons. -. I ?b the chf: >o.i's time This is the ildren's Hall the joy
; attract to
people come to town to
rke: Fla.. DUG. r4,1..J'o' to
.. trade,illlae1Jingthe entire business com It is naelexs! fu Tt O't. ,TI i for
... .. .,- for the little is in has made
of the : .
--- season ones seeing Santa"
/ \p tit
and is unlessall !
town other
munity no a success ahy part of the country to ,i.'i. ; Ito

,4't"'; '" to'I . .:tt as far lines as are possible working; and to trying extend to the bring trade a ; compete with Florida u a trol.. '\ ,: ,.Jf ',| He has I invJ? many wonderful thins this .f/el! fund tl\'t. ,hildrcniI' \ \ cn- (

ub DECEMBER 1906} larger: territory into the circle in 'which resort Nature has laid out Hitiiinnit! '

the town Is bueiiieHa center here for that purpose and ouly disi 9:1 :ceing them at our store. We hoot ,; 'e" for UK Ii' tit t' .mcs'Urom (4

( .- -- lointmout awaits the misguided u.'." ?.

\.J. Sus Mo. Tn. We. Th. Fr. Sa. THE FARMER AND THE TOWN. who ships himself llWi1lortJ to en"' December 25th. Bring them in, t rII. I''I'' ey are enjoying! tits

I t t 1j. winter. Wealth aud enterpnu out time be profitably cmpl r. king: of the 7ht.
Commenting on a paragraph which many things bot the.t can't dujlic. !seeing: your may over some

."' -f------f2 ; 8 appeared iu tile Telegraph last week the our Florida: wluters in any other par I i inviting !bargains that will be offered any ." ,. : 1 'this holiday season.
8 4 5 6. 7 Live Oak Democrat: nays: the! country. We havo a "itsvllprcinch" I ;

.. - on the wise tourist : ui ho ran t > 1
It is, of coarse untrue absurdly untrue _____
; 9101112131415 to assert that other hues of ludus- escape ns.-Live Oak Democrat.,. |
try, any or all of them, either In ,
-1------ business or professional. life in the community BASED t'POV PttlSCIPLBH: OF RIGHT. : Dolls, Dolls I Jewelry < ses _' n h
16 17 18 19 20 21 22 are in any way hostile to the Let those fellows who don't think

I. - interests of the farmer. Precisely to their immense wealth should be taxed Big Dolls Little Dolls, Ti- From $1 t(lt.-. I Z

: } :} 25 26 27 28 29 the from oppoite the very is true nature, ami of it the must case,be for true, as for the purpose of maintaining rim! .. ,I nle-Weenie Dolla.! From 60to ry J

!; ..,.. . . . .. ** a! agriculture Is till basis of wealth, DO government have little whirl at taking $:\. i
" docs the prosperity Diversity of the care of their wealth unaided. Tin -
'ENFORCEMENT OF CRIMINAL LAWS. farmer set up corresponding conditions would soon find themselves without Toilet Ca*-es
among the rent of the people. Dad crops '
,The Telegraph baa persistently urged and low pricoa for forming products inevitable wealth of sufficient s/>:* to bother any From GOo to |\l I 50

the strict enforcement of the law as a carry their adverse influence loc1y:, with envy Ill'the, average com |I ) Mechanical Toys
deterrent: to crime and we are much into every other branch of activity and munity ninety per cent of till taxes arc +

pleased to note,that' our views have the all while are some more are or lens affected injured less than and none other of, expended: for the purpose of facilitating Of every description. From

sanction of thoughtful writer the' the avenues of wealth and taking care Ko to ISc.
so a as us call escape the depression which falls Cuff and Collar Box 'Tatij
editor of the Live Oak Democrat. We upon the grout basic industry And yet of it after it hag been gathered unto the 1 \

'reproduce herewith the concisely expressed there arc farmers who seriously! assort fellows who Lave thin knack. Tie, income From COoBisque to ,tI ...0, "aId
that other business interests are hostile /
., views of the Democrat on the and inheritance taxes are based J
to them and that they are being oouHtautly Bed Room Clocks.In
the eternal principles of right If .
question of abolishing capital puniHll..t victimized by the combinationsof upon

.t meaty ,In connection with its reference those interests against them. Such a the community insures\ a man's millions beautiful designs. Suitable .

Ito>the enforcement of the criminal laws proposition in as untrue an that other against thieves and robbers and bunco I for Holiday Present. Figures
sometimes hear of that '
absurdity, we ,
.K In England we merely wish to add that 1 the town is tho snowy of the country men, the owner ought to pay tho premium FROM *1 TO *3.
;'. 1803 there IIIUA thou'and'llomtoides the same as lu does to a fire insurance
i In the year were from which it derives its Hnpport mid ,
It is just as simple.
> ; la the United States without\ which it couldn't live. The Tampa Times.company. I ant'I's'ne,

: with'a' population of..,itlOOohin< > against gambler in cotton and other farm pro | Matt ,
ducts who seeks to depress prices, whenho k iQ
T hundred and 'twenty-five in the GOOD ROADS W LD HELP. Leather Goods. intl.
44thlee happens to bo betting: that, way may ..001Vase.
? .: & ;British' Islands, England, Scotland, fairly be net dowu a* the enemy o[ the While worrying abt>nt the prevailing r

ti Ireland and Wales, with a population of farmer, but lie is equally the enemy of congested railroad conditions, would it Music Jlolls, boo to 150.

)c f';42,000,000. It these figures, takeu in the merchant and all others in the com not be well to conaiiUr the effect good Gentlemen's Traveling Cases Of every do&cr ry ,
munitywitli which the farmer does his
'- connection with the Democrat's statement trading and that community is not responsible hard roads would ha'l upon the situation 41.60: to *3. From 60 to $2.

) i'"* that "England is tho bust governed for him, for he has lug habitat ? For short dilo.nceli. both passengers I

country: in the world td'luy in the enforcemcnt in the large cities aud preys upon and freight' TknW bo transportedmore

it! of her criminal/ Lewe," are not us all alike by depressing the price of coixreniently ad eTduomkemWy-

;.jl convincing of the efficacy! of law en prosperity that which is the But common tho merchant basis of, our the aud, taking present shedules as a basis As a holiday offering to the ladies we will

5;\forcement then 'we woultt like to know banUcr: the professional man and the more rapidly-than by rail If there until Christmas
the now Day at actual cost. Our ,
.\\4vrhat further testimony doubters mechanic hare the same keen anti vita
The Democrat were! a net-work of cod roads connecting
1; ',' "a Bayst'V' would have us interest in good prices for the farmer's our towns. W*are not advocating High Grade Dress Goods, such as Broadcloths
products that ho liimsof has for it takesno
I :J:5:: ",,*:.. ''If we,had tried Capital punishment reasoning to how that when cotton going back to the o: team, but under Silks. I
,' "in this country as a preventive of crime
In thirty cents instead of fifteen or favoring conditions the automobile
t'i"i -, and it bad failed, there might; be some
the increased amount
with the
i twenty money wonld easily divide honors
its abolition and
talk about
+ force la the turned loose in the community otlmu
the substitution of something that would choo-choos, as the Liter are operated
lates trade and every other legitimate
serve the purpose better. At rare inter- of the iu South 'lorida.-Ltkeland News. NEW
and the
prosperity farmer -
y rl> activity YORK RASTARKE
.", ,ils the sheriff hangs: a murderer but it. is the prosperity of us all. Let the a ,
+' ,.i occurs so very seldom and the propor1 farmer distrust tha man who preaches PAY FOil ALI THEY (IET. .i:
;tion ofhangiugB/ to murders is no pre2 to him that the town is against him or There is and has bt"n much said about
',. :posteroualy small that it is absurd to who business in the ,
,t S have fair trial that people towns Florida editors not hVvlog\ to pay railroad
that we given
combine him
: not to to help
fare. There is tot editor in the -
Not should not an
: ;. eystem. only we
f ar ;:.to his specific industry all they would be 011tHmystdf
' R V.*Wffl4 y abate the rigor of punishment for crime, enemies in disguise. Tim man who state of Florida but pays railroad fare .:; .
.;;. n
should increase it for the human ._
1., .ttrbut we preaches that doctrine is either HO iguoraot ten to twenty times 5ver for every mile on

"' degenerates':. who commit like other murder animals and that his opinion) is without value, traveled. The imph jation that Florida List or Quallfed Electors. SbdauPt riE
.1 and arson must ,
selfish interest hi8
ho has
; some own
; !I'>- be terrified into obedience to authority, or editors-or any editing-are a class of I
,'I to serve by arousing the prejudices of Following is the list of qualified electors -
.,n. and there IB no terror which reaches the farmers against the business inter. deadbeats and trave on antTorance, is t of the town of Starko Florida,published -

'f.., them more effectually than the certainty cats of their home towns. Ranger born of cheap wit'.tmatteilecta more I in accordance with section 12,

.. ffil. ". 1of the death penalty for capital offences. should the farmers welcome cooperation upon Its parent thaiJ ,itlcouipliuwnts chapter 4338, Laws of Florida: i
of that
1', It is the disgraceful uncertainty :
.' "./'',;'';penalty which is responsible for the that of much the business added strength men, for to it gives their their wisdom. Sanferu Journal. I AJv Austin.rv.,HitiMAJvarua J. (1. Johns.. ,, NewtonJohiM B. B. i 'At ups

F v. ,. murder spirit prevalent among certain organization and makes more complete J. M. Jones, Redman
? w "r clfcMos in the country, for even the low- of interest between the MOSEY EIL SPENT: Alvarel J. W. Jon,., Jm..ksonAdsnu.l
';.A 'eat and vilest of them know that it is a tllll "Identity An appropriation by congress of I ). 8.AuNtln John. Mack
two. !ohms. J..rr
.... ,. far cry from their crime to tho gallows the $50,000,000, for the improvement' of ., U. M. Junes, J. M.
{;+" with many opportunities to escape be. And the Times-Union reproduces A Kin. Harry: .Iw-kxon, I U N '
"':' I" '..:tween the two.. England in the best same paragraph from tho Telegraph, riven aud harbors): is not at all too Alvaroi, K.. M.. KnlKhtT.A.Kfllir Pr
'', the world today in large, when the great commercial interests Alvarea, tl I. ,.T.
., ;governed adding( this comment: Aml..W Omar Knight, M. A.Kitu .
1,1'I' :" t.. :. the enforcement of her criminal laws "Tho successful business professional involved are coi.siderud. The {iuu- Ailklns, A. Z. Perry
I i-y ,1;' :.and here is nearly a crimeless human iiopnlnttott man of the city feels interested In the plo of the United f'tates ,woald mach AI.Alvnrerl'osmo......., V. I,. Kite Kh-.iJt..r.. An-h J. r.
of life
i\\; in the matter taking of the farmer, no matter how for Alvarti, OntiA. Kite, Dnvlcl
welfare prefer to spend this j aifmut .(he purpose
for murder there is .
"a, The death penalty whose Alvar:., W. JJ.Aitln Kit JaninHKt.kllr.r.
sure and swift and it has been for centuries largo the city among population designated tluuiput It into new +Y. W. H. M.
rJ r"4y ho in numbered. Every intelligent man AiUnix. K. {.. Kite HllrtJ
'0" \ and it takes no very acute relLaotlmm knows that the farmer's work in the battleships.-St. Augustine Record. Andrews. J. W. Jr. L*... U. W.Latfiiriiren.
",Jug to trace the relations of cause aud R. H. E.
which the country'sprolll'rity Alv.r..f'
broad base Bus!
I, .:' ".effect between this way of enforcing the rests.upon Ponwgogues; are ready STATE WANT ItOMB BUILDEKS Adams: W.W.D.: Long Livlnipiton: A. V., U. C.

law and the infrequency of murder over enough to try to persuade the farmer Florida needs immigration; immigration Alvart*, J ('. Ixtvlton M.
;there." Alvart'i, W, A. IjiUe. WilManiLonK.
that the city mall is hUenemy, but the conform
that i is willing 'to to the Alvarva, D. W. V. H. -=- -;
,'t ;*lr j.J, PUSH TOUR TOWN.t'1' wise agriculturist knows better." laws and become citizens, but it docs U>'nni'tt, J. {'. LfitilH, H. L.
Halmlin.O. W. Jr Levy John He will tel
'OO! 'f'/ 4t''jJ;' not need and docs not want the kim Hryan.1.; I U.Hnmmxl pamm kia.O. H. .
t( .;'A contemporary gives the following Tha recent high tribute esteem paid K>\. LJmbau b, T, N. ''I land or loan )

:' ':, excellent advice on the matter of town to Jurlga J. T. Wills by the Live Oak that Willies produces, crap kings the deity etc. walkers Home builders weary HitlHdHii!Iris.... Itanlt'lHundl'l w. W Mo Lemon,ly: O.J. O H.,.. : i hava'anThe a. m. Tllt

l"a'i', building bar is thus referred to by the Pensacola Jiu'ob, MottlA.K. i'h i
: are what Florida: needs, and they will Hrymi W. M r Melee, Daniel .' wtlllel.
'That'. tho 'idea. Posh the town Journal .' sea
/ : "roo. OuurgAHoree. a Moraan J.
;. I.'r :push it for all their is in sight. Spend( "JudgeVI1U and the Live Oak bar receive a cordial aud hearty welcome D ... W. F.Hryan : '15,41! your mo nto land wit moat 11 'ti. W. A.thq .
W. E.: Matthew U.
B. '
t :
1w.. l ;your money at home; get your neighbor1w ; recently hold n love-feast meeting. The Cliipley Banner. __ Aryan, H. A. A MOOPW, P. A. Rtle la Zvtigatpl.
.' if. to spend his at home; reach out and get 1 bar threw boiuiaota at tho Starke jurist Ciwon, (J. P. Melon, James
't ,\l; 1 "'\ ,your country friends to trade in your and the judge came back at them iu avery DID ma WOUK WELL. I'unovil t'rtiwo'H,!Paul M. B.CrvKK Mont M.Hir>*,U.Nathan L. I ; ,$lla tl okw mere are d( perday,
'ik; 7 town. Encourage; : everything that Such! evidenceof The "General {Statutes of Florida," II mown on it
':t.\. fluttering ininiuor. :: : A 8.Chnw J. M. II II I title and b 3 thema cur ie before
+ :t, comes along that has a tendency toward good will and esteem between the Just issued. U splendid piece of work B Frank MK'iUI.: FrankMoMurrjr I you put
,}!1 no matter how small-small (hnntiliT, King J. F P. .money into the iand,
i progress bar and court are signs; of a better age. I
of it .d Ili
ft/ i' Never despise smallS -the typographical part in of the ('h Ottorire! N. Mack, Mono .
t ; things grow. That Judge \Vill should be hold in such Chnw), A. L. Matt x, H. P. I --
-things. Help tile town in everyway. high: esteem by all the members of that best, and Mr. Koonce's effort at nil In. (:'haseD./t. Manning, D. W. == rket Allord

i?to Improve ;your property make rents bar in a tribute to his capacity and fitness dex to it shows that it tnkl'lI" good; Chanccy. .M., t'harliv H. Mitchell: J.H..M.l'rurhgetd l
"I;, ," reasonable so people can pay them, and for the position ; that the bar was lawyer-editor to accomplish some ; l'_1..', J. tl. Minor, U. D. Bradford f Abstract
tf'' L' .thus invite encourage and secure popP able to join iu a unanimous endorsementshows -Lake City Index.! l'..1....... U""I'1IO McCoy" Iturllhlf County *
i'fi 1':,;'; itiUtiou. a spirit of good will and good things. /'h"pminJ.J.) NewmansA.J. ,
e .:, .(. f, !I R) More towns' die for want of confidence fellowship between them that should I'omtiitfM arliMv ,A.C'barlus U. ()Ht"rniitn. John, OiirarParker. < SStarke d'
,: : of business and
the '
it 'f..; on part men exist between the members of the bar of lark. famrs Pwk.O. L. ,
", Jllack of public spirit than from the When the leading citizeue of a town Pnnran B P. P<>w..t1.3. H.
[J! fc sinter towns adverse every city. ... J. K. P".l'.rl.. a. F. Facilities for lull
I ;rivalry or sur- got together with a determination to DrlKKcn. K W. Pnvk CarlylHPlgforB Has Finishing Informa -
: h t") 'roundlcgs. When a man in search of a in I DarbyA.. M. HLU.Klvvni. p
conditions any one directionit
Dent the Christmas holidays,
,/ikbusiness/ location or home goes to a spend improve I Dliikliw, O. A. W"H.
f',i'J."tlf.: B town and finds everybody brimful of now near at hand, in drunken.carousal. U quite useless for any s.-lfiili amt to Daniel PiinklwyH I R. O.IVkta J. :t .b'tr.H.: .

.t i? "hope and enthusiasm over the prospects It l is a. season at which everyone should undertake to block their path and say ThfimaMj. KolM-rtM Butler' l Derr j

.I 'IPt.. ':'of the town and everybody at work to try to add to the pleasure of some one them nay. It merely results in irritation Dryden W T. Hitch. J., D.RIKK H.KoburtM ,.
:. he becomes imbued Edwards W. F.
it soon
up will recoil upon the author._ K-'Icprt, Jaw' h P. M.ReaveH .
else. If give yourself over to that > *
i!with the same spirit and I\'t a result he yon F.Iwsnls, Wlllinm Jr. ,J. T.
PI J ; jl;drives down his stakes and goes: to work drunkenness you may be sure that you Feraaodlna Star'BOCSDTO: F:nirlixh* Lee KxKixtor I,. D boat
f'J! with the same interest. When how. will sadness to heart, Blarbi' H. H. R..nold.o. James
bring borne perhaps LEAD fclarlXM.: T. W. Hhiptnan K Ii.&I..rdll IN I SURA
'!:i'fer i be goes to a plauo and everyone to hearts. William M. Hwoat, T. W.
expresses" doubt and apprehension in tho I many- _. .- A lady resident of Bradford county, Fatch J. KFranrto. Heat,. A. tt
&, \ 2 i';); ju. future prospects of the town :uo.utg| of is N. W Hv r"ma..O.M.
Editor Adrian P.- Jordan lion moved Florida 00 years age growing anew Fnvnmn, A. H. HHlly! B.
'{ ,; V- about and indulging in com plaints about of teeth, Fli-Hing. T. W. s..t T. R.
ey": N.' }!;. L'rtbe imaginary evils which are likely to his excellent Pauta Oorda Herald into crop according to the, Ftn i;,. 'ir e ,y V befall the town, he naturally! feel that iu own new building. Tho Herald do Starke Telegraph. Florida U bouua to Fetch David Mt *phuiM\ JohnMiiulre J. cE COsi!

< ;4;. 1,' Kit IB no place for him and at once tmakesf >> serves all the success it is attaining. stay well up in, the front.-Apalaelucola Onaim((4rtitbi. Will R O.K. ,.JiiloWWtruiilc.. H. M.

',,{; .. f the dust from his feet, while he pniuf --- Uornto, D. M. Holi.man.W. M.
Times. (. T, J. Himrkiuan J. J.U..rlf.p. STARKE FLA.Humphrr'C'M'
Ov' f'witb toil possible speed for some other Ortnln .
". Th trade edition recently issued by W. Hhornian, F. W. .
'i' :, Mown,' Consequently, try aud make a WIlY NOT. lirn-n. M. L. Smith, L,. J.
."" .' Mire, enterprising:, progressive and np-to- the .Luke City Citicu-Kei>orter is a Democrat l.'..><1wln... frank Spencer, B. M. ,
(,' ,M1 t \ b'date town out of the town in 'which you handsome paper aud speaks well for The True says rumors aie (+rin\, J. <'. Hitumond, K. Li. Will "gas.. WileyJonas lade for Life.
MTh.iman Wit .kl. Leo
that urim, T..hY..1.
Ii. TalUliassee Governor A. r. ?
f ; 'UT... And when yon are working for or Lake City. ripe in Elox- Urlrtln.!" W. J. E:, M.H.r..l' J. Whi s. C. W. Great happiness came into the home
( [ good word for own town wed. If the' rumor Trubr.J.: J. .1nh..J.I. Wer J. .
r'saying, a your ham 1'llllOOD proves l W. : 1. } .
Kirn J N : : 'ak. 2" = O. Blair school superintendent at /r-
; Ww
> accomplishing all tho for 1"rnlan.lI Von : :=: .
more ortflt. ,
Y yon are Let all H ea.unat.. jteqava*. correct why not get executive mauu Uanhif' O. U.nn will,'. E.E.Wllllanm. Dam A. H. Wll.....}.T. Jt St. Albans, W. Va.? when his little -
pull together iu.Cdividnal
)! I.;yourself. ; for Mrs. Bloxham. <+ 5452115 Kit Johns W loon, D. M.John" restored from the dreaijul -
-AlJi'llIch. B. was
ready F. janghter
effort applied at all times makes "Ye*, snld the fair young widow slop HnltingvwnrthF.D.! Week W. 'J:. Johns lam WIIII..n.... .T..hal..
of interests and "I'll Times. Ilarn.s.1.O, Wllta.J: T. .T..Iuton. Wtllisms. John L. complaint he names. lie says: "My
brings tonocewfol icola
community Jf promise Jsoob
? marry you you'll "ttld
i H-wlgeeJ.-:;! : ; W. Ward. wiI.H..lnrWa A. WUlbunM. Fast daughter: had St. Virus' Dana:
climax union of A.
action. quit smoking-" 1DN'T OtVB A WItOO'EE.A T. F. WalnrlKht, W. E.H"Ilingsworhq John" Y"IYe"'I1.J.H. which yielded to no treatment but grew
"; ever mind about little personals-beer "That's inking good deal." rejoinedthe of \ W.H. WalnrjKht n.N. D. hereby certify tnat till foregoing ii i.a steadily worse until as a last resort wa +
tell I
and more generous with your news item a foreigner who H>ffniitn. I"" Wall W.
mere tried Electric Bitters and I rejoice to
man. Hall.N. White, J-W.WllUanu. the registered and qualified :
S how and work to build up. Push the "Well. Uiat'H my ultimntum." said could not speak English aol wa given Hover, C. F. Kmanaet. true list of ay. three bottles effected a complete
; posh ;your business; push your H.H.TIT. J. J.C1' of the town to the '
own drink in
the f. y. w. "I don't to !give twenty ample order to discover : c.'C\ ; if. elector cure Quick sore cure for Dervou.oom-
Interests and your neighbor's\ : interests propose Hall.t R.: I,. I' knowledge aJd information. plaints weak r
willing he wanted his W. B. wills John g.WalnrUht.J. best of my general debility female
jug. Haynes
last and all tile time. That's the up my weeds Iota: man who what After
lirs mali
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A. .JOU8.TowD
"""101'. W. B. J. : nesses, impoverished blood and
*> 'war to build np, to progress, to advance, to give up Log weeds for iu."- that be probably didn't caw whist, wsiput Ht.'ks" ... O. WI1U. JirrrWllUanu. Clerk. Guaranteed by all drQK giat'li Price 600. x
Y L"< "r to imoceed- Get together stay together, Woman's Home Companion. into>> it.-Fnacola News. Halxrmlurf: O.'W. .Nat:

work together. Such policy will{ make ..r. .

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., 20 per'Ccnt.' THE GREAT FACTORY :W\ HILLS SYNDICATE 20 Per r, ;

Reduction "f r i Reducfl '

tins been made in u!|'}i; REIVIG: ; "V :'T SALE" "Has been, made I ii

tion to the marvel-;, A: ''- A dition "to"1 tIf marvelous""

low prices quoted i I ''. :, = low piers quoted?

.. ,, : ;; In the J. M. Otj' Buiki::,g, Starke, Fla.

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I :Has Been Continued Until January 1st.

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Owing to thc:ss achieved during our seven days' Removal Sale, we have deiitL-d i to \.wonfiV: c same! until January 1st. In addition "lathe prices herewith quota
er '. uction of 20 pit has been made. We Will not pay freight on this if possible. Tins is your chance. Everything marked In pjain? figures and at your own
ffih in this county owe it to themselves to take advantage of this .salt. "_.'


_J 0011s. Children's, and Infant LADIES'[ SKIRTS Men's; Clothing l

We Imvo ,,}>ont 150 Manufacturers' 8nipl

60 per yard. Oar O Q Coats bo P,1 S.L1?"*;just!!|,trim.r>" -*,"II ul I,"abialo(101, ':"?'+*''rau.yPlaid 111.1,1"' ".P"i iatwt$klrtln tle-.' valaeH.must up to date, Retorted. iili..,,ooiors,,\.:,...,1-, |12.60. ._",?to...$13.. '

(. ; per yeah Our l' IItI".d' .". lIuit } mat fd. i11fN'SraSU1TS. v
$1.23 $1 I.T9
ImM value'l'h '
117 Moil's Bnl'., real nobby,"aanortud colors ,
lDK.\,9 the\ wide, sold for on Children's Lambsdown Coats, real real v"ll1tit to $8. marked to. ,..... .$!
Ou teuflhtequnlity' | Krit"I tutor hIH'k a'i'IMao. .
drff wide, boat quality, nnbl #6 to $S. Our price $3.98. r |oll WIIlh. (iiiiNlHil) in all rt.vln,', tlinvcnrl latest; : .
the S 1 xr urn bar! _. f J .M) to fl.;:v(.. >\e G Nn'w Men's Pants.
'on marked) all out lit 4)Z.ltJ
river ,50., Oar price- .03 Children's Lambsdown Coats, something rave m ..
+ "Tf -' 'nchaswido, Q 1\\11: Skirts: < '11.0(1 to .OO All worst*il, ftiwortol ..patterDIl.v .
"J real nice value Our $4.48.infant's : line ,
1'lnid ,
; $10. price iiuiility/ Hkirtluir foil
crtet idth, t two box pliutH triiniiiiKl with liuttoni to m price, -_... --. *. 5.-_ ,?" S
i :s9 t..- thatch, luittoiu, litmtmilili! two cloth. Hlrtpx' TO to >f:>.oo vulooa, all ooloi-M, oil wool 'dit"price. ..? til
the Bedford Cord Coats, something ifrnortuil jilrtnU, tilt very In t01't. $7 to
them ,t vnlne 25o to 8bo (H.rho. Our sale $4.79' -;I .:J Rod |d vuloon, assorted colors OUI"p oou.......,$I
the do ,r 19 nice fur 980 up to $1.98COMFORTS \ fl l.ftO to$1.73': values, willLADIES' grea8 ...,,,.7",223110 ,-
your t u.dalo Cam I '. quality 1'uniunii.and' vale :Sklrtw" ) full ,.'"iract 2- -
"aye, -, / Hiiboliwl with yoke, full invent1' !plaits back tin.,
t irllted 1111\111111' littrHt Htylt'H, *S to $IO wordsSJVr yard--- .05 VIL sex Our priro .__, 4>D.'fUBroitdilolli .
deck. on I.. Men's and Overcoats m'dst
I Uoys go at
and bplaTCc, Ast.rv it .OJ 139 JW.'ll1uh y full width fiwahaai in all ;3:
The li JBf'nO '. -- <. p ir- sty e8' fl'lioy. 'urn riTtJiinly licaut: ," nt half price!
jnecr he* go oXHu, .UO tliu price }'rolllfl'o: t*, Our ]price $1.9 8 C 1
I of all tll.al.dlaBt colorn, and -
approncr ,0 183 Tit eta tilk Skirls Thorn 'IUIM iwvt-r IHMJII AIIJ'i _

faire.denly' tm ii-ard, our pithy .05,Uful \ I BLANKETSMust -.thirty fTOi all 4tyltii.$dhow ttoa1U tin'prwtlext In Smrko,,l+:I IJ$4; : :, .98 m Mens' Cravenettes

"Alas. 1 We liavija(, large linti' of MIKHCK WILliulljf: irtH'{ to we ,
-----I I Q then;menuK to buv. Tim I prinrM I I aru right
t Is theL>ur price luist fromfl.b0toj3\ :: +)urpriruW4: ; lo $1.98 Water and Mud Proof
[ nlghtl p ,
I Go at t Half Price
!Ali.", tbfur price ._fi.10hem. t o Kiwlly Worth ijtlXKO:. ,'

"I trust'] v Our
that L Q I Price48,
tsar than I\S. a

-rhjuti Droathl<<|li.20' to $1.00.( 89 Shoes Shoes. i "
_ r Suits.
foam o values. Q+ < 7Q 1,29Boys' .
forlceJHi J / 0bey
From f \ : that ever was offered for
could 8* boo to 85o O Q _______. $2 9 8
crowd.Hf'V3: Men's Hamilton Brown 'ify.fiO Shoe ;. j tho prloo, worth doable the money.f .
ry w y
t he w+Talnos75o to / Qardl '
-------- faas lIamiltonDrowu'lIfUOShoo: ...._._ ____m $1.98 .*, SUITS, $1.29.Boys' ,
e a |colon, best O Q a ; .

?, & awu f l : Our ; ta .. '. '-
of + .49 Others in proportion. There are only a w ,( .

v x;'J5o._.1xr OQ few left. These are in all styles and R 36 Ladies i Suit lined! with silk, Knee Pdnts.
,, and t, --- rn real gSi
all latest ,
colors, tiling out $$5q fBoys'
seat 1n fl.OO to .
the otirles 'r eI ".__ .. .49 sizes. *# value Aio to $12,50, must: go; at Knee Pants from' .'"igc to 59C,
| d 1a I\ :E
i was i\hi\\ / Anc ;:;: t worth double. the money.
all colors, real
| but a :r TLadles, \\ t r-
from the'a ape mnetlro Ladies and Misses HatsA values l Mfc to 5iH.I Our i prices 57,98 r- .: _

I !n 150 _. will r X e them go at .' .. ,f'f
whom she
Yet even noP 21o new lot of Lwlies' Street and Dreg Hate, worth $1, S; i Z HEN'S''"' .toy '

to hla ffuclprlce 3 *CaUnat nby -I--- 48c, 980, $1.29. re values "I .,..
when there JfjnomcUilng ever seen, all colors, real .

dow. and dnrkevear( None higher.with $20.00 and :.25 oo Our $$12,gS Fleece Llnelpnce '
|Without a word t "'C ;{.

L.ler_ and waa.>.. clTlt* : ... ?< Undershirt
n .tIekjia .. .. 7 Ladies'! Jackets, our price $2.00 to #8.50.Worth ..

juiHd P amt;. .... e''r, lIen' i:!.(. : .w, > ,'\. *f double the money. and .r. m
Hrnmiss.4J Drawers

rfoe best a_.maelie. velar r, you ErimmOd ever tiaw't an'ona GUO.'V flats: i.I SILK WAISTS.i to match, worth 500 a"/5C; a garment,

allt7oambrio 1n: ratne beet, ;anti n'y ,n" 0 Our price 39c.; .
Dar valape on.th 0 =
price tear..4 Utretcoverearsa -
0 a pk, Ir.rt mw, of In all the latest and popAn; colors real value 55- ; (j.on."C HEN'S SHIRTS,
from "
f9 to f} .
however, the $1,39 '" .
__ 0' $2.y8
Our price
made were built with the .Pre QtiVlVSa ular shades.t .. to<: from 39C to 69C worthdotiljTe: the money.
efenao against Ipdlans, yard "iP"
4Vf W Wther4, were bopea for dOT V" a< > of c 'I .... ,
i;dtfs' Ur A'wooden' (Iadderwhlch and t Kth. tWc ma emL '. g Silk Waists, all color, $,q to #10 values. ..
.eaaeyof needVecrladows 'mk'snd sleeve.o Prices from $1.50 to $2.50, 7tAnd.
S to .. ..._=r' .4 g ** Our price, $.t.98. 70 Laces'Sille
and upofl,.tft [;rt5W.Jvl .l, De .aw t'2A\V t3RS
wed Price 98 Cent 4Flannel 2; .
he tacks, Ett 11 yrl )
frlaf. Uealtd i io er la oroeG
k .a. It wiBfa den 1 Er ''Waist nil\ colors! value #2.50.Our S and '
T deed, tilsbetweeil h men c'(tonne, of ( ".
here co tig 8w1 r ue. Sale prl0e.lineedgf.. t price, $ M8.
Belts EmbroideryFrom

'thO e fOSiERY, ladies' and Children's Waists and Kitlerdown, '
valnou Iro,+e real + Flannelettes

wheg'fmi, MEN'S HALF 1.2oand15oapair HOSE, worth, t -,,,--,_. 1 Our soc Belts . . . .! .19c real values 75C must go along as 3C to 690 a yard.
price .. h a pair oar no .3c .
*, = .Uo Our $i uC fI It s. . . . . .48c they last at \\ ort.ouuethemoney..

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values will be considered at this Sale. The Goods compelled to move in: limited time. An op-
Neither or
Sale Lasts prices must s we are
'+ : go Sale I Lasts
than manufacturers
portunity of a,.life.lime to buy goods less cost. Yours : Bargains,


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who has mode. such a strenuous Catarrh and ftrtorrbal Headaches. Notice. YII rail dal' 1174' V'r

fight for the lives of his clients, beganhis II", -... a\o'r"n".1' yttESAn&V&Tlr ,
are quickly rOiovod: ( l y Nosena. It ,
t hard work to save them from the ""- S-'pvS'B; .Ea .SSZttifcitrJiHlm
soothes the coiiKQutad membranes aMayanflamations /
noose. He appealed the case of the and thorou "'Kfa1i:! |fh, scene x .grovel and allow IIOUDAYfir y fi nDS.
cleanses' It moist all rr I II\.3d..k to lint" and tOl h. dl..h..rlfud es
father aDd three sons to the supreme keeps e tag 4. .,1. til* ..., d'4
whose tendency is to thicken "icli Ib.'cutuf. PA nIl H. DOTO,
court of and in November.
Georgia, come dry Cure adds throth: t ..f the iftal.i. of JuMMih I.
EJ'i _. _
11)05) that tribunal attlrmed the decision hOllJ'eeUeM. hay fever "fcU.pi.iup I CraWxLnw d'.l.'C.' : e ac

p o11 ot things of the Lowndes .superior court. Attorney poser breathing three:gl. mouth "vJ, 'C.: r .1I"6. .. .

yet 4he a 13 Carter's I Cooper then sued out a writ of sleeping, offensive 'math, etc is Ii -- -- ar.h. Before purtluuiu(,, tot ,/Uolhby
Qq antiseptic, and! Cl\tIo"1II( no chemicals Notice To APp \ I
Coeds call I
On that he on rwhieyouv MINER.
waif night error and carried" the caws to the
drugs hnv.ng a fiarcotio effect or that 1o"lur.1 ffi
"I"1"1 ('II"' "alt "
saidgoir r"rd and the two United States supreme court in Wash can ctiDHO t1..' drug habit" I I ,1' ,art. Mh .. '1 l isnorluu'ut -
III"I I I' ul"' rol."nt)
+re killed went out to aftAs That court affirmed the dominion 'II if!
"3oyil ington. WB OCAK ''I.I'fl.E SATISFACTION.' .T T :-. Hill e?r rMvi,"' "'

y; they.*w nt into of the Georgia supreme court in April, J. A. Brngdoti, of the National Sign MartN.% ,, .."....' II \

;;rmtih.eurin the still 1900, and once again the old man and Co., Dayton (Uliio writes under date of : Nuin, K1AP,'KAK.iii .II ;
Maria Ne'''n''," (lnwti Genuine Rogers IVer Ware
Carter fell to the his sons heard the sentence of death.I Oct. li, 1UW"NoHena ut the only 'fl,.' ..In.1. II, ,' (? ;
preparation I have ever used that re- I....-- 1V I allulavlt. that the, '. \ I
groan.'.. Isis sinter, Carrie,, passed them.A S-ni. 14hay, u .
npou loves affection and T" : : I" n..lI.r.*
so speedily n
my N13 \su:- "40111.
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side with and the .* *.. .mtii..... that the Also
K cry as FlOUT FOR LiFE Dpflllantb.! 1 am getting the first real] -<< Mnu' .J r I.rsr a oNf of
:her"'wounded*b othtl1;;;; ileaauro out of breathing'; that I haveexperienced II, t'1'. ..I I',BHI .hlll'', '.,u'hint i that IK mldd.tvmlant'.* HaMro In tiff fs

1 sore flashes two moro shots Hat even then Attorney Cooper did fiuue I contracted catarrh 1 :-.1.; .tilL. .r r! 1\\0'111.In.u5I, y' ,.::'' y'i"i.-n' .. i
.., ,' ;; ;; i ,uuiJud0d .i CIockB.Sd
would < Watches
not give up hope. It was old man HX! years ago; Money not buy r" .r.I..f111
Begirt fell over dead. ;!I \ sbatrh' .... ..I..r. mli."t. :Maria$ N..WHOIU ,
tube of NoHvua if I could not "tannthea" "
Rawlins himself who came to his at.torney' my : gi ,,10'1'1..1\1111., -. Mil uf nom.
9 two ahot.'were fired Carter 01.. "'1'1".r t'"r I.. r ,.... th.. i
this time. He made .
,18.' door !4-caU,, Ilie.children and rescue aconfellllion. Hay Nonenii! from Mitcht-U's\ DrugStore >tolIiTHI' >A\" of.l ANI1AI Y. A. D. ma. AI'IO /
He admitted that ho hind back if ButiHticd. will
; pet your money -
tll n eaw assassin at. "I..r..r N-T.:
a ,hi", were hired Alf :Moore to kill Carter, but he Huniple' tube and booklet by mini III i.. d.I nit,Innlt' 'r11II i l iWtii"H.1. Afflsfflf., "" : notlw i....'.null. Nice Solid GoldSpcc act for $3 5 ;
famny and he barricaded .. ..pUimlfliatthl-i
denied that the negro received instruction 1 10 ct*. ,I' 'dl r T,
'Some later BROWN .. -I''IrsitMtnrh' ( Nrslfnrleouin '
'. time the wound MAVITACTCTHNQ fo -t l I -. In a
wled, :to the door| begged ad to kill any other members' the St. Louis, Mo. and Ureonville, Teun. Is ;I,.',I .1 1a ..nulls,;,:!: 'I,?,, .I.tm-h :tt..Uf..if..ur: ; Heavier, _1.00. 111.\01 '10 blo l

family and lie denied too, that hill boys -- -- uliv 1.'. k" Frame ttttod with a II
!Ur' ul1 Was dragged through. He knew anything about the crime. Janice M.\ Reynolds took n qUill (City 111. .sltn, 4'; w", r..r.l l\i-hiwuiito, set myhand I L.o
10.1 in nice Heal '
the died the of wood alcohol night ut ct. 'thi''tKnd"daycir of tioum'8; a
lingered! rough night and So San'Uy ,KALI eultrrr, "" IhlK |
next Attorney Cooper made an extraordinary Petersburg; aul died from tho efeclf onMonday :;"!.,.",,1.. A D. II..' .

{r ;It whit nin B ing night; OJt terror that CarterAnd grounds motion of newly-discovered for a new trial evidence on the, wag addicted at 11 to o'clock the a.use m.of li.-yiiol.lt alcoholic !!. Hv W.W.K T.WAlNUHtHf WK ;KR. Cl.) rk, D. C..Notice Pine Assortment of S;I1 -

his /&Haily"pen&" Every now andthen and Judge Mitchell, of the Low odes drinks On Saturday lie imbilM-d Cr"'ly, A 7.. .\1',11I1'11'IIKIS R..I r -

a' MBt would ring out and a balletfwo&WVuryf and Sunday, the thriHt wag still unsldiv\ ""
superior court, refaced thU motion and fled. Mrs. Hoynolds had been mi IT.'ilud/ to Appear
trself the'aide of. tho
once again the supreme court of Georgia; with rheumatism, and had, l'cr"hll"9d: l U. D. MINER SI d

I}honaa';.|AI other daughter Inside the affirmed the decision of the lower court. the' alcohol for bathing the affected InClnulHmirt( / "th TniUi-lul, Circuit of .Florl ,

i house eamolto her father' help-for he The next step in the legal battle was parts. Reynolds found thin. his wife; Hla l Hrmlforil. "(inlltjII :
'. still from the wound he saw him take the bottle. She told 'film .-1' SMITH! f : "
| cnlppled \ when Attorney Cooper anted Judge Hill rOor Divorex "" "'
lit "
1 ha/1'rMunV'Vlvban shot by Rawlins from not to drink it as it was rank poison. \'" .. } NMUVt \
Emory Bpeer: ., in tho United Stated court 1',1."Oh.' I have- drank pnoach pall<' ''_M ',' lEAIt ,

ambxxauknd.: tearing; board 1n Macon, for writ of habeas corpus, alt toy kill forty mail." With these of NUTItE Florida t.1. .1'.AP M. "fctinuh Unit "R'\\ -
"Stall I
kltoben,.poked "a gun through for her on the ground that preachers had boon, words ho drank quite a quanli! 'II andilud I It"ImtliiK lM. n Bhown liy artliliivlt that the ooo4E.

fathef' ty>"'o.s: He fired, a shot and after suffering intense pain.A I ,I.fcaiant 1. M bnilth. Ix "nun.r..ll"ut..f
{ exclude from the Jury lint when Raw- -. .f H..rldu. anil that thu mild.. mt> of
cansedI the,-attckb; g'.party' to leave .''h.. "li, 'm'-tnt IK unknown nnd th"tId\
line was tried and it was declared that Texas Wonder. I fi .S. MTTDEW3, Pres.

'.hortlyf..nfterWardThii.was':: \;: about this was class legislation! and uncciihtituional. There's.a Hill at Bowie, Tex., tl vt's '1, f. mlMiit\ I",: :''' r'tin-I 'rti.rv4ltronelulerylsnd:: i :: :: i iI D C. STRIPLING C
mllu.llt.-.Vtha't''t".. defendant :M. Hmlt", '
; wld
D1"bt. but until daylight; the family/ I
twice' ns big as last year. This wonder is I t., tin\ >oniplitinanfH Mil of cum
II :;fen J.ft.ed ;b bind barrioaxleA doors, Judge Specr refused the writ and an W li. Hill, who from a weight of IK 1 ,10 tilnlnt| iMiimir heroin in orln, for.. this J'I

) witcfcing the life oiTyo.ung WiUie Carter taken to the court pounds linn grown to over 180. lie rays: I 4TH DAY *>IF rKBUl'ABY. A D. UWi\ .
1. appeal was supreme "I Buffered with a terrible cough. and dames, esnfo"4o will
of the i in di fanlt wb'r."f" pro
., ., ea away;.,whUetthe body tn Washington.; This court stormed doctors me to die of Cft I II". .'III..III""tr.lh.. -"hl.J. M HiulthIt

little girl,'attffaned'n.. ,death, remained Fudge SpeeradeclHlon\ November of thm on. I was reduced np to DO pound, then I IM fm tier "rh.r.01 Hnilfonl thai IVuntTuIiKnipli thi iion.-i 1m nab-, a BANK

,'In t$9$ yard year. In the meantime Attorney Cooper I bran/ taking; Dr. King's New 111 I :Ilshel:.-,'-imjii-r! In: thi.pttFlhhnt:; : ;; 5tltarkv, In Brmlford::: ST0ARKE

telling'hU' Autry Carter declared e. consumption, toughs; and uoldA. | .-ountv }1I1rhl"'h week for wlttht ctm-
1..1. ,. had made an appeal to the prison cron -
1 Now after taking 19 bottles, I have I "liiVltnwM of. T ri-nnto wt rnyImml
ha saw' the Bona of hU enemy in U sa4 'ri liayt
';,) mission asking clemency for Milton and wore than doubled in weight and am I iuid "III.," the m jl king p.rty and he_also named Tim ii' Jesse and to have their wnfem-Hg com completely cured." Only sure conph and I [ ) "rtilt I'.mrton tld. |,Chi :Kiiil tiny ofNuu 95
I (
-hflAilt- "nil his sou McDonald is a ranted to life imprisonment.. wills for_ cold cure. Guaranteed by all .dn.ggiHlH5io ; in urw. '1'1WKKKq!' (1))('rhRrW
; of n u ) and ,,1. Trial bottle free. f I E. WAINUIHHT.I --- ---- eo'We
I. .her-ln-lawfo* Sheriff Passmore, Leonard he asked H pardon. __ --. '

.f'i trades"' county' ?,'and this made the A final step in the fight wan taken That's it I-Cougli yourself in,,1 o a tit I' ): :9f. (.UCQngf"t" '* Sol, r solicit the busi : d r

9 alt the mbi tenaatioual. when at the November term of the of spasms/ and then wonder WilY you -- -- -- -- -

4....' "," arrest'of." Milton, Jesse. and Lowndi'S superior court Attorney don't get well. If you will only try a Notice to Appear.In firms and individuals an.

II BawUba: followed immediately, bottle of Bl lard'lI Horehound Syrup
.. asked Mitchell for
; Cooper Judgo n now
that .your cough: will be..a. thing of the past rirciilM'onrt.Mh! Judicial Cln-nlt of Flor- consistent with sound b.i
aDd _ese .,rants! were, followed by trial on the grounds that the records of U in a positive! cure for coughs; mflnon- l.lii. ,..".. mmntjrI.MIIIFMKC .

t of IMooreifHhii. : negro. Old man J, the court did not show that either flaw za, bronchitis and all pulmonary dmeuws. (hurl ITII whether large or small, '
VaMosta/ the night of bottle will convince -at i VK ; Bill for FiuUtionW
in One '
Q. wli m tLUigg was ling or his counsel were present w lion: you .'. I'At.\lnIl" iNOTK'KTO

&h' :'.nnd, .rerriarked to Sheriff Houtcnco wise ].lulled. This wasrefaHt-d; your druggist, 2c.; fOe, $1. tiol.i. by all APPB1AII. ful attention.

? ore "while in town that if Carterpn4 and Judge Mitchell refused to sign: tlio druggist h flu. Stati. .of Hurlda. to W. F Pnlmoro, tlrect
)his familyvere;! burned to death lull of exceptions which Attorney Application-- for Tax Deed.- IKKIT Imvliiil: MI n shown l>y nfflditvlt. that thus Interest at the rate

ba& night liw would be charged with the his ,1..r"IIl""I. W. .". P..hll".IK..llon.I'.nt. :
took to .A
Cooper rulings ttorneyCoopl'r ;: ; ,.f tin, Htatf of Itirldit, mud time the rml.li'IICHf time deposits. Depos
o'rb cureful too, to see Notloa'In hereby; ulvon that A. A D"iiirlu>M. .. ,
de.Lf"l Iiq:was very t then asked the Georgia supreme ,hnsurnfTturrtUlestoNo.10., ilatt hi4th ..ltl .I. f. mliuit, U nt HrtinvwU-k In thus Htnteifd.nrKla
:.aenm1'per otui) and have the time noted 1, court to compel Judge Mitchell to do 'nn day of Judy, A. D. 1WM. luw Hl.-it. HHld c..r ,,".III..t I mid. d..f..1I..1I1 In ovur thvuse' Burglar and Depositor-
: i "f twuity 55ne )
taste. my utllna and ban n".I" I 'i : :; d.r..I.: r""hl"r.1 end
alill. .lh..II"1 IH then1urx
Ii order to pjwv'a.au and this in of the amonlawt "
this woe refused one for tax dmtl to lHHtt In that the wild! d..r'n.t"nt. W F P..I.n..I" -
''f 11..1'11. n.ljudii-
yr4 ocrtlflratt umbnun-M tbo follow If .
J' .. bill of '
most important decisions ever renderedby npH) nr Ui the rvngdnlnuutt'n :
. ::1$ 'X :.ALhr MOCna'd. OOSFEI'IIIO i-il 1''l''rtHltuat.tod liv Bnulfoi county ,wro'llI on or U-foru the t
to-wlt '
... .\ AftferhU"j"riest Uf Moore the Georgia" supreme court. The Florida : | D.lll11f.,
# ? the negro Hw".i of IIWI.of a""o 81, tp 4 H, ran II", 19 f, con I 71H DAY OK JANUARY BANK OF STANoUs
and dad]aired old court had to consider the lives of fourmcn tabling 4O ac..*... in di fnnlt wh. r Nif a d,4'rs'e pro ronftnwo will
; 1: : : ::
made a f a114Conession ;
: y th. dat I I. .int. ml I HK.iliiHt the sold w. F. i'aliii.iro.
other land IUWBUHB-I
on ono side and on the the The anlcl tx'lnit i at
kill the Stet thin notice
man R wllnasJftd hired him to the Ixxaannn of Huc-h et-rtKliiatu Ip 'lie nitiniV. '> It I I. furlllrronliT.il au pul
l enforcement of the law and the ending llMh.il '111' tin Krmlforit i iunty Tnli icrnph. a
Bent MH three (/. Bn>wn.Tnwtoe.jff- I ; :
t wCarterfamily"and'bnd:; No. 1 the I at tin n \\w|>iijt<'r pulillHluKl at HtarkH In
/11 0, Tax" CVrtmrat ,Q.CUI y .
latter ,
of The court took the
litigation. each for four
Hortdn, week conutiv.
Them lerUflcnti .uut since
Ilona with him to assist in the job. of Jut ".A. D. 1M01.\ ha flliHtaaid In ,.. >., .
: -' wi* knIn
yrylf has cowls splint tlon for taxdiud
;'ilegr0 said Rawlins told him to kill Car gide. toTire my nMim tx>iMtua and In aooordanca with aw. Herd t l luurtlflrato wltii._ wliun.of, I tiavo hen' 'o HI.t my
,...... 'r\1Jld I ICmiivrty hand .and alrUfd the HWI! of our
followlnir dU\l
tine <
'>i a} ::ter and hlsTwtta! act.. Are to tile house, LAST CARD. Hltoatwl rs la Bradford it>4nty, Klor iSKAI.i (Iriult Court on. thin thus .'.lId day

1:and an the:t>bildr n ran out uf the house The hut card wan played Satnrday I 1 1b'a of NOv..IIW. -i".A WfcEKSl.rk.O;:lNNI. .

deal deatiV to them. Accordiug to hnconfe when Attorney Cooper asked Governor of nw'i and not i Jbf: wW" of .,*u 14, tp :. .. BrW E. WA1NU1OHT, D. O.
\to, range 18 e, IS)scrts.. lit A. Z AUKINSI'onpl'ttlel'r.'
1.f kJ .slon,'>Blther: he nor Leonard fired Terrell to respite: Rawlins in order that Thesaklland being assessed .at ,the dati <.: .
showed that the bloody IIIH be tpnteit and at the the banns> of nnrh ourtlllnato. In,the nani. '.fChs. .
a slant.but?: ,It nullity. .might inlertx.5 (Jo. ,
tine bydExcept ._... ll tort u5 d 'H'D T.'_ .'. name time he iM'ttiunni the prison--comiiiirwion Alwi" Tax tVrtlni-BteNo. !27,ilatid the l Istd.y. '! Notice.
4wworkwas of July, A. D. 1UOI tins fllud said KnrtlHont. Itmy ,
*!;: for the"statement ramie by for clmnr-nny. This also failed close and hex cowls a|>pll-atl" i for tax il...,.,.-it t thin Nutsel.hrrNbvglvsnthat Hrxt pulillMttlon here I will thirty apply ilayH to after Hon.TII "The Best Ur

Carter that Tim McDonald and his son nud Rawlins mid Moore were hanged at to lHmt In aorordnni. *** with )Itiw.ta-rlbi-.l Haiti .itlflcatu ,... J. tinkle, County' JndK In sled for. Brad'furd.
: Mulinwi this followlim il. |p..p\ I i Florida, for an order to sell nf "The Pures
Alf Mooro' Hltuatiyl In Bradford count, Florida. to. I 11ul1l1t'l lime ,
; withthe, assassins, Valdosta TncBrtay. erty on.tenth) lilt :r.nt eiu'h olUoHitta
wit, : I Sninnnl and Fluretts Ward, minor Most
'CODfe elon.>.. (allted with what Carte The trial of oM man Rawlum and his NwI j 01 aw!j of Seq U, tl\.le I ge hi u, 10 I hrir-ii.fK. 1'. Ward dertamil/ In the following
wore on tlia.,witness. stand. The MuIkislde'bowe HOIIU was intensely dramatic at times. acroH* 'fy i I di'Hi rllHil lundM Hituuto and lM,lng In the town "The Pro
The Mild Land wing a MiiM.% f tbe ILoto..ttb. i>f Ward City in Bradford Comity, Florida. to
; v"f.wore never indicted At 1 it Mrs.: J. G. Rawlins wit
; one stage > .. iHHuanoe of uuh ("wrtlfli-at T. the nanw.if

,I' ,"&\th011 b Carter' statement and that llf the motlior of the condemned boys, Unknuwn.U"I.- ....Id.rtltlr"tl'- shall b<> rJlMniiil wnonUnK I I City U.t.Mn, tuition bla'k17hitSIn M, township: 7T-'W.gW:M.x-k Jt ID)I'oaHt.: In Ward

."">'hit family JxnfJlcated them "asked Slientt I'liHmnoro to bring; her a to law, tax de..'d will iwme tboreon. ... I ...
.1 I 1 Eni'utor Estate of R: P. Ward dutn-aH u.
th, UHJrt. MitCrIIAT

known: the people demanded a ai>t'IVty In this mtchel the sheriff found a rerulver. \ my official Hlirnatiira Ilii,
the 411,6: dity of N, v<- .\\'l.WII:: I hunt(8KAL1 i, Notice of Suit. '
it feared that
:trial and for a wan ( Ho entered court flourishing W. T. WF-KKS, .. T

l the entire crowd would be lynched.i thus gun and dramatically exclaimedthat I rrkO'HO't Bradford Co To tin Huitwm lIt'h.,111'1I11".." Oompany, auonxirntlon
; By W. E. WAINUIOHr FI"'I and othun whom It
N r i,';:They were indicted and! tried at aspeotal / I ho, Iad found, it in Mrs. Rawlins' I COIIIM' 'rn.: to Jail may E tel

term of Ixrondea superior court atrhpl. Tho owner explained how- Notice |I ,r ou urn hon.t>y required to take notice that
tliatitlin hud from her home Appear. 'on the I nth sissy of 8ept.i.l 1UJO! A. loan
r. "in'J' 1Y.. 190B and convicted. Old men over come Hrrcnl.H, plumtlfT[ inHtltuttxl his snit ut <-<,m I
{ .;.j' iu the ronntry alone that her husband In'IrcnitCourt 8th Judltial ClrciUf ..f FI.r mull law in thin IMitmit Ctfiurt In and for Brad ,A *n. u
t A Jj;:
t .. t and Alf Moore .were Heutonred to'Lhang. that bin carri.: .lit for her owu .nrotection. _. W. WATelt- chool) Purnltnre. C>rni,,.uiy, R corporation. Aunsmons I .
I If - .. ( BlUforDtTiMVCUBNCT ad rt-Huulxliilidmn and a writ of Bar
Ii .
.:'" Leonard wo recommended> to WATSNN' I "<- Kht""t, Ui tho ttakl'canm wort wly tMHUi-d tit
All during tl-o trial Mrs. Rawlins has enddu'Ilmnrltothesheriff, of"" b'eoa'ub4l
the jury and got a life term iu NOTICE: TO APPKAU. may'Hhe:rlft
I f : mercy: by ; IHM-II devoted to her husband and boys, IM jruvld..1 by law.
State of Florida gut ncy Watirfir -tf '.f Hrtulforrt on the gait ffiei
The "'
t e pen. and Mho has' presented a pathetic picture I ltSeihd, : ;: k..u return on the + \
''f ? ,, itwas that Attorney John it.Ooopor. all\ the way through. having In I bwn,town by at ltxs n tine, ti,,?. .,|,. : rf..|.>."I..n.llIm that/ 'lfr" iin >Tg1 di'fdRGiue. does. TE3NANDwuona
t'14ITben .
i f..IIII"1"0"" Wati-ra -- | utof reside 'In the tttatu of Florida;
-- othi'rI .
uf th" State of Flondn.Howsrd.In tth"ri'tlnt.ld. M. hi n fora tho Maid defendant and all
di.fBiwlant In at I 1M .'....* Inti-riNU-d are hereby reiinlred toniipinrto !
'JIIrKta. and that aald d--fun.lant I U .t. r rh.ngs .. tho mii.l tu'tl.m on the 4th day. ofJ1nn ATMANUFAfttURER
I f
h. law.
+ or t."t-on. years.Ittd l'H/7 an provided by +
th..to" .I..rood. .nn.Ie".I l and 1 0.1 J. E. IUTCH.t .
Judlt",1 tlu.t the alil d.fundaiit y\\, n.yv 5N'r .: '' Attornvyfor Plaintiff f5
i ... do api-r to the acuuplalnanfiliiikfcomplaint 1 ]II t Iii ;,
t Bargains hen'ln on or b.dore the --- T E
/ 7TH DAY OF JANUARY, A. I) !1I.r.. !
.9IJ Ali Application for Tax Deed. j4bStFO101
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d i..nr. ,, a
ndofnult wht-reof a cripro dl|| .
.nbori-ilattaliiHt the sold Quimcy Wni r.., NotleM IH iu....>l>y Ki en that J. J Banks, S 4t'
At I Raiford. be furtb..r """" that ties not I,, un-haxer ofT". rtlnrate No 2, ==---- :ram -
its In th. Brailford IVimiitr T. ', ,- ., \\, nuew.pusps .I"rs1 l the .'.I day of May, A. D. Vt, ..
d n..b..t r llUhtHl| Bt t.t"rk.> arrtfrut, : | I I Ioounty. hiwrllertlncat..*i In my olH.-a ami ban agent for
; -_ F1urM... .."". .....,h w.k, fur f ,ur ? u, nirt.li."I.I\"Unn for tax dmd to issue In a.>* Full
......kK. '" ''"rdanrowith IBw. Sent oerllflciitB ombraomtin. Inform a

I invite the attention of the stwutlve hsad 1.. wttn-. who..f..... ..M.I sl hava. .."hprui('h, ,"' "" :f ''''rr' following county dewrllxHl Florida property,to-wlt: HitnatedHrwirord ta >

on this thutnltlsyof.Nur.VIII r A.BEAL .Ely of wi{ of mo 27. tp K s,range 18 e, 8tJ largest Quggy, YrtL
( : ) D.I\IlIJ.\ .. n'N.
: ,
trading public to the Extraordinary rh
B'W.1C..WA1AithlHr. R t'A. Th ...hll..n.J being amMwd at the date of thoMKimme
.Z. A 1)K'I 'Tpw'. ..+ I of 11111'" n.rtlniate.. In the name of Harness Manuf\
Values offered them at 801' for CJotutft .' .K. Axhluy Unlnw mild rertltlunto shall f
!I. reilivnuil Tordlng to law, tax deed will
d pS' for Tn Ueed. I 'wue thereon on the

: my store. Application III h"l'"by given th"t A A .f uton 1 i ipurchr 6TH DAY OF JANUARY, A. IX 1007. the United States a Wilfse
Nodes 01 Tsx Certifleae x.. :" dhoti,; :: Wltm. my hand rind offlclnl. .....1 thlx the ,
lid day 01 July A. L. I'Ne I, 10"\1: .,11pU 6tfi. day of Decemlx't'. I1M1. I
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dMwsaldoertlaesMlsm .1' IE-lULl W.-T.WEKKM,
ial.l" "" : .: I ('..., F1... manufacturers'
t M ; C'l'k O't O' Brn.Wi.nl at 'c
:ed Cross Flour, every barrel guaranteed per bbl. $4.40 atlD"taw. for ,llr .etjfleste.ml.,.... tin,, .' By W. K. WAIN RIUHT, l.I.u. prices
with .
itna..1 ; I
p"5 Iii RnslanlCounty.
r lied Corn, per sack 1.38 test .tes'rlbed. nor\tl... ... wit: Mayor' Proclamation. =-
"r 0.01.st.S.: I
IJI" 5ta ,
m iJ*s ats, per 1.65udnut's a: 'Wnol1l.f S.ants'ar Jwr'wIad1s" 1. A V. LONG. Mayor of the Town of Stark, The celebrated Barnesullc Buggy, quarter-leather
15411ass./ +tsrl 5t the,1at.r III t > .. ,
isstumetfrnIi I 101 rlrtn" i-f the authority .-tetlln m bylawI ;

Grits, per 1.70 Pr'o'' rertifl.'str- -<' rtmat.III the num.slu,1l. I Ie.wmwl I"r .I.. H.-rt.hjr rail an el>"otton to be h/Alm thaiiforrmil. .1, top at. . . . . . . .J6S.QO I

moked Bacon 10 .7ellvn. ......'nllsgtn Irw. tax .1., ,,1\ 5l,,II! ,h1ID ..! town by the quail Boil totem therein, .
r r : per .... b""uO 0" the ..n Mnslsy, thu17TH The well known Brown Wagon, built in Georgia, no

ood Rice, per pound . . .; ) : (J 1' OF DIC1UIBEH.! nlgnnt.r. 1 I' taeWltnes.myomelst I DAY OF DECEMBER 100*. : better on earth 2)
,. vt 'u.0'. colsanr 1\\1 tt.the :tl8U.Ll t7' the purponu uf eloctlnff the following of- extension body, spring seat,
: '
4 ranulated Sugar, 18 pounds for ?. 1.00 "t'l\f.; WEEK- +. l/ 11.-,.y"sue. spoke hand-rireted ." .
('rk cr ( ...1t..11',. ,1Ra Mayor I every in felloe, double-collar ;
'omatoes, 3-lb. can ; 10 By W. E. WAIMJ.UHT, b i.! aile *
; OnuClvrk.Two ed steel and tire ,
t .t i _. only . .$28-50. "
__ Syrup, Barrels, each. . 1.90 :::::.-- ---Notice. N Treasurer.Aldirman.Hie I I -- !

l 1 Proportionate reduction In Dry Goods One Aim Mior.One I Si

tit ,.i, M1 Shoes and all oilier McrclmneUo., Notk'e U aD hnr...by d glen(Lurk that h.,..h.thi'lion: t"npy.lntplwrs I'' slognsmedlasptcterssn I Night Mnrihal.One Marnhal.In H' : jTllAMPTON JONES, -7 7I

boltt .r.
Tows y, !
foP th of : n.lei, testimony whereof, 1 hereunto .nb-rlbe
l'fIb.IIIIAS' rpsrubnr 'I I my name and .,.....the seal of pfd I I At A. S. Crews' store. -

SAPP R.aiford Pla. : ":, ..... ..,JnIW..; N., 3.P.Walnr1bl P. M.gwryI. ; 7. rk.a"d W Lu",, iSBAL) town to be hereunto afflxwl. tbteBth i : STARKE, I
4 .. N. Tn'RYII I day of November lout ; FLORIDA. ;
"* ""' Tow C.nc1L AU,.n. A.V LONG I.
I AMrN) .,JUNIGl Clerk. I J. S JONKS, d 70r, I i -- '- .: -._____ __ ____ ...:-_ __
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An Instant later a swarm
8el11!: <'I1I'. Hu I.hut. the two Amerl- of. that!" said Du Lout or W, ho\' .". '1, ''' ;gfi ..It much to- weapon bo (chose, be should pay for It bad rushed over tlie wrltblm w ,
....r: i , t. friar I't C ('II IInat. Tbeurlet Tbe seigneur: took a fUcked .thul. 1. ii t now. What with his heart's blood captives felt warm frtai \.fra

'''ijor domo mill. two of the ('enlOlt snuff from bill gold box and .\IIt. .. Whv should wo bo Tho Indian woman Beemed surprised which grasped their ">n-n, an e'J) ;'f

TinMono, stiilrent'o! ran straight tlio wandering grains from his shirtfront I altl slio said "thai t\'.
"It U strange to me upon the smiling well knon,"
WeEFUGEES 1 handkerchief.
''u the Ul til if n to the main hall, with his dainty lace 1'1 Il1lh :" .UdOil! you should think of what befalls mwbea 'Amos Green. Savngi mil :'\(10""ot

I "'10 door whlc-h had !been bnrrlcndIOR ,\ '.. ,not afruMit',\ It. Things under the sumi "
you are yourself the, knew that peace hot 11<>i 1\\ .
r the lower pnrt by two mntcommnudcxl "II. do Cntlnnt bus acted like a geitlcmau *- I ,..1 'I II'''''it 1lOti wills aud shadow But our fate will be aa 1 1said. I at last. ",..

1 tilt> whole flight.cnr.N of Frr iii'p," said i.e. Ahhray, -' II,. ., : :.mat In tho end be the You are to die at thd,. stake, JY'-

were still! laid out nt ono r>n Lhu g\nn'\ -xl rr md him and t....r...' '. She Is to be given to the dog wl, *>.bat And so the refugees -nmr ., .

1 By A. CONAN DOYLE tho table, with tho tricks overt hook file fiend. ',>'e are onbnow. >. ,, ."..1' snld Onrga, "In,. left us." Of theIr
Of the tolls Journey
I; .f "Tb lUMrn ol 1Jtdolm. Mich otlior, I\H they hod loft ." said lie. "I font that the) are i ia H"Vc '111 lI\'tn'I' "Adelo Adel t What shall I dot"IIo 'winter was spent by them in,
.. J t l'it there because they are BO h,, I nllvi- und "
elt well.
wn1 soinc-IUlci: eJ I up to Homo deviltry tore bin hair In his helplessness Bte.' Marie and lu the spring,
J ii.'ire,. nut' i >st to them ""l'tllI' very ..Rtlil I ..\ HP Is ,1 front chief nndluell .

',. ,' h'd, n, it been l'I.| 'nn'l u"y.I' "r ': ur. leaving; tbo house I" cried I ,. Ih'\ -5ii. .. not C\fll no\V. and"No I distraction., no, fear not, Amory for rnj quols 8t havtojf Lawrwqce, cnrrleil, tb tin' "Rvt'l\\'0urpel' ,

,'. r ''i,.nl i-ipen flKlithiR nil day I '' : ,-eusltnlre": who was peeping tL., I I,,, "A .t..I"l I I'l, ,,ni> tibo w.is lI"art'IU not fall inc. What Is tho able to descend IntotJuluces 'Kill

I. '''l'\. bite or i\en wLeu of tho nlde windows.Vhitt 1101 ..r I '.' \< i""nue. }I'll. ub. "
sup) tbroireh one uiy pan* of death If It blnda us: together and ao to make ttitbo .,
C. I fili-e wliU dcatJi Nntnro still "\ can It moan? Holy Virgin", Is SOIl! \\.'.... .ill K'M.' my suli liM'k. toml1 "The younger chief pleaded for you, Hudson to New \. .

1-1, r,>r her dues, and the liuugryn It possible fiat v'e are savedT Seo I ::"i-i 1 nun shines nr.i'i.vo' nayliig that tl><> Mltche Mnnltou had welcome awaited <

I l'd' I siiMiKi-ly uiion tlio loaf, how ti> throuxh the trees I shall II!1 1 01, >".I. anil my bent i ulii'lIlly madness. could warm era fio1ll
y JbrouR Htrlckcn you with aa family of Amos Greon. rim MnS(,
tl tvl' I 11II ,
inil tii cold wild duck. AIi They um innklux for the canoe. boy olit'C Iliore.- swluiiulng to tbelreiiuoe
be ecn by your the two men was
'lb,' II.., between uow It,
1'r of wltio bottles stood upon On the river the slnslft Iroquols canoe Ij,. niKllers bad botit' toMa nnd that a bllgtit would fat)
totl together by common
t1! r nnd these was) tbt'lt. \\ ''' olllllt'll miles well UI OII1aD,1
had their nfll'1tlik which! held tho captives' !,' !: lay upon tlio nation If you wore led to the dangers
,,1 1 ni' twenty bl'twl''u. 11'1'11: mid Ste. Mane. Tbeiiinoe common .
am] were emptied dowu speeding, onUt; us swiftly as stivuo. Rut thi> Bastard snld that love In fur trailing
became partners
r I lu this Uley rn" 'hl' .' lull little cneltw R%
oats.up puddles could tll''e' It; but. save n madness tho
often like among
cauio of the Frenchman
Ul' 1l tI.. ,! ..> Ho, of the river omt. name at 1
hours poumH of riot ofu one dark streak upon tho blue strattin that alone
palefaces nnd that It wait: be as familiar In the
tug and of reveling rose up from not a IIIJ'n' wn to ii).!n>.ett of thPlr f' .In'oug .."t "' ''I'r >lrHs! ;IU){ the |"rln''ni.i which luid drlvou you. Then It was Maine to and on the slopes vf niimuttii the All

tik'orehouse, and tho smell of tlu ('lit ('' .........., e1'1l IIfh'\' ..- Then ufter n Htioitu agreed that should dl* and that been <
/ you It had onco in tho
:= coulJell. !I" lileB as i II
lop> "nrnndy easks filled tho whole air.AIoii "n). my faith I believe" tr he ,. t.M, ui-nut.li' tho forust, ehu Hhould KJ to his wigwam since ha and corridors of VersaillesAs .
wulk'/' I "
than oneo the snvniiett/ quarrelednit limo !gone!" cried the ncl! neur. .. -. ill.-, with thi-lr throe bail led the wur party. As for 010, to Captali Epbralui SOVR

fought npionjr thoinselves! nnd It "Take cure that It Is not a ruse,** said rIR01w.. .< 'iHl.lil'Thero, .. were their henrtt were bltte-r against/: cie returueit! safely to his beloved _

wined ns if they; h.id forgotten their Du Mint. "Why should they fly before tlt. 'ml eight! lu front nn.l I also am to dlo by the pin. splinters. where bo fulfilled bis IImbltlulI Lr lit

lemics above, hut the bosIcKod, Boon nix mm when they bare conquered LIt! ''''''- : R n..-.. \\ lib mus1 ." brick houxo f
IUK himself a ui"
found thn'' If they attempted to presume slstyVBut t,. aud It. 1 >>>ti il. aa deer so "When Is it to bo?" aslcod 1>e Cat!- rising! ground lu tuo"northein Pili

upon this tliey weie ns closely the censltalru bad looked out of tbr. ('St''I'1 ut thi! questlin.n' nat. the city whence ho'couM luui.

.. ., watched ns over The major domo, the other window and la an Instaathe 'Th, ('OU ,I f,< .v. o'l: uiul vnlt In "Now; it once. They hnvo gone to both upon tbe shipping In the rlviltbe

.... Jlhourlet, paislug bet, u ecu u loophole was JOTMI upon his knees with hiebauds pnl I'e f'lr ",,,,1"1 1.lltht befal'tbe I'! niuko nil ready. But you hare time buy.Tbo .
'i .. nJ n llfiht. was tilled Instantly by aullet blackened /

In tbe nlr and! hIs powder ftt"'l1 '
: yet, for I am to go 11 rut. manor house"ot' IM Ste. ,
from the .stockade, aud both face turned upward pnttcrlujj outprnjers AI day .,..nil tlu'lr not die together
t'lr.i i in ilrearyi. "Amory Auiory, could we was s.iont reMtoi-ed to Its former uporlty

ips and the old -irlgiieiir had nurrowpes. uud tlmnksKtvluKS./ His flvd milT Oni Uia the eiiiluraiicu t.; /: nllw?" cried Adelo, throwing but.Us seigneur was froul

comrades rushed across jbo room and. ..dlnn"11", ".'h.t.s, but Adi-le, Inof her nruia round livr' bnubunJ. "If It l>e day thut he- bad lost his wife niul J_

T [Wly tlio IlKht i n-pt' up tho eastern burst lutu n shriek of Joy. Tho tower; I'''j>ltehoro hei UK r jutirneyn \ 'at toot sin It Is Hinely a tilu, vi bleb will bo for Chan Red; manv lie grew leaner, (li'nl

w 1I1 yji "iot- ioarl, tlicu n baud reach of tho rl\w was covered wltU a I nd w. !" f.t.: i-xi-uliiB, It was h.'nIII.. Let us K o. dear. Let us less Iniiuau" forever headliiK par1''

roaurWP( WiTpliing: spread-: llotllli of {canoes froui which the sun a re! to 1 ,Mm.it.I tlmeforo, when leave these ilrciulful people and this which made their way Into the lrOtIIl'Ji

Ing.-'UMll }Jt shot,Its wuriu color norons struck quick tIl"hes nIt shouo upon the 'd gl,,v "i .1 i cn-iit' ili-t-" beat Hud cruel world nnd turn where we nbnll, wood* and which outrivaled tlio u.'
the beavisii), tlugclag the edfces of the the musket barrels nnd tmpplngs of "
/ deal' tbrouKh tl. tni trunks niul they. find pence.! age* th'lUlleh'.lll the terrible nutim.. .

drifting ({lauds. V.10. Catlruit stood ut the crews. Already they could see the cauiowns upon in Imlliiu vuui'|> In which Tho Indian woman's eyes Hashed of their deedA day came at UiM

the window looking: put wleu: suiklonlyhla white coats of tile rcsuhira, the brown IIIIE'l1Ihlt"l tinsrcnlir pan of the with H.itlhfactlou. "Vi>u hare spoken when be willliil toot upon one ot ttim ,

tfn fVli"oTTT dark spot lIon'lIe tuulCH of' the coiireurs do bola and the war ,arty \\ hldl /lm
f'"t.e. river to tbo north of them.In Ktiudy colors of tbu llurouu nnd Algon- Ste. larle. Here, t. \\t-re u numbersquawa xhoiild you wait until It la their pleas- any of Ms men ever returned.Tvttr .

6There: a cnnae conihTff. upT' he ()\l1119. On they 8pt., dotting the of tli who liu.l cjtne fi-.iui. the tire tj pluck, you? Kee! Already/ tho "'U NIJ.

>.P.d. whole brendtb of the river and grow- Mobiito wk nnd C '1t"I1/:11/ \ 111:1': ;">t In i>nU>!r j.lnre of their fire bents upon tho treo /,

1:. an instuht lVy had all rushed to"the In,; larger
.. openliiR./ but DtI I.hut sprang nftcr nwny on the Hjutherii bend the I oXiols "ad iv !U urn-ted all rtnuiil lu nand ,'11'1'1. of lliuso who thirst for your blood.
Small's time was largely ut
them nnd pulleil, tbom angrily toward <] canoe was a mere moving dot uforc each of them nere tln,> kl'\\ You buve mild rlxhtly, White! Lily, Cyrus "I'

the door 'Do you nlsb to die before w&lcli L.id, shot away to the farther ties, Vlung upon n trlp'iil. tot Hlliks In Tbi'io lies\ tbt only patli for )'011." tit diNfovprlnv the faults and fcborteora-

your time he cileil."Aye sldo rud had lost Itaclf prenontly under wbld, the eM'nliiK ineol was belircookcil "Hut' how to tiike, It? IIIKS of things/ Animate. and luaulnmta,

... 1\ '" mi id Quptuln Ephralrn, the shadow of the trees. Another min lu the 1.1 liter of nil was n viflerce .., Onegn 'lanc-eil: keenly nt tu.! two whllo Mrs. Kiuall. as It ..,,{'ml.I.Val

who umlerstooil .tho I'e..tl.re If' not the ute and the survivors wero out upon lire, wbldi 1111'1 l lus'ii iniulc 1.1lirunh40uil I warriorsb,> Hto

    . words. ''''CO rnusr"lioj-o n watch on the bank waving their cnpa' In the ulr. |ihicoil' In n clr-'le. sn ns tnlmvojj..uur ilooi of tln h.it. They bad turned forward noinothluff' of which oho iouljny \

    deck. Amos, t-d, ll I. f;.icvo_ with mo While the prows of the llr t of their hpav; of twrUo feet lu the n\\i' ". nbHiirliod, In the b In tbutf < I and be ready "I y-f ''/f A 1 pun* HI"0.. up in tue centerof I rations. whichere going OIl Then ,
    Onco she thought this happlmu
    I The two Ii'1 1( ,t 4? > old pIoneer thrvVien>liit(. IU"1, MHIIU.thing all mottled lu> rinnniiiged dimply! wltliln tliu toMs *
    would bo hers. A certain jmnu'lu t ttown IL
    I held the lit'. itf/io tho cyeaof WI ikli red and I bluk wns tied\ 11,1agaUiNtUt. of In r liMixu !KO\\II nnd i mil(Ml out a.iiiU Inherited ,largo wealth underAcullnr .

    nil the others were turned upon the De 'ittliuit ste|>[ied swiftly ". pistol with two brim"'*' barrels .
    ('!reumatance.., It'was his under
    \ Approaching/ (. L groan broko siuldenly In froi.| of Adele th.it she might not nnd d'lulilir trlKgers' lu the form ofwini'J "'
    the law but when the court nwuii-
    from the 'only nnrrlvlng conslitalre. see tin* dreadful' thing. Ch' IlOIlIi. It wan only a toy to

    '" ,' "They* have bo/(un already, then" Iou,. nt, nil 1'111'\.1 niul, fcrolled anti ed It to him hit stood n{> and said tint.
    In vi.,1ot' nil the facts 10'UIt, Is
    / cuse.
    *7t Is nn Iroquois canoe'" ho cried. said Oiifga compostilly.V11, It will irriiven with the tliolciMt! wllrk'ot the
    believed that llif belonged rf
    1i "Impossible1"! be our next nuil we Khali show I'arls ;MUHii.Hb. Tor Its beauty the property

    .. "Alas, your excellency, It la BO, antI them tl, kno1m w to die." seigneur lii 1,1 l '""II' lit It ut liH I."t'h,1t. l right to another b 'h.. Hli action wu

    f la the nnnie one which passed us "'l'hc,)turn not 111 iiacj nn ) l'I." Hiild to (Juchoi,'. an,! jet It mUlit; bo useful generally looked Upon' AS a tioblu 0110.
    Mrs. Bnmll wa.. loud la her
    It I i.nkl, I'l l h th liurrela. expressions
    st night." De Cat I TeituipN they will keep too nnd uir< "
    --'f "I mount tn uxn 11 on nivtflf," said of pralso. ;,
    "Ah then the hnve escapeilihcm. or exchange.:
    woajen us for runsom **
    "Yes I know sold her bus'mnil!
    ." ,- Tho I.JJd1an'OIUJln HII"h..r,,\ bend. she us hit Kllpi'fd, It Into the bund ofI ,
    ... I irlnded to 44 'twas a lino thing. Few1 men wonlj
    > l'u"u"t. "I'.tit mw mil
    notidecelve such e
    jouraelf by all
    I trust BO. But alas nelgueur, I "Do ) '
    have dono It, and tjwt's ,why ho full
    khow tin-in! tti.it: I can tile us nn Ononitajia ,
    Mlle.lll'n they uro ns
    tear that there nro! moro In tho canoe hope
    no awkward to stand there and
    ) they hare been with jou It "b >ulil tow than \xhcn us. gentle us\
    what be Cld, Ho showed that ho fult
    to 11'1II.U*' b.K: >'I 4if, their i-blefrt In DIY
    al '
    jT> waited that on nre rt'"rvtOI"
    > '
    T tUe croup rnr4vors" U orer "
    whllthe canoe tbe tforture. A'our wlf. will Immarrlod \elnn. 'luku It, for I "\'olr: that I will embarrassed by the way be stood. .
    breathless-anxiety' '
    but not \11'e d nKeif, unions It IH to tirolxlh "Cyrus Hroa! 11. with line of their (chiefs you
    cd swiftly .p the river, n tOile
    ; would not bis attitude
    buiv-n! Into tlmt IliiHtnrd's heart. .fault'.wlth:
    xkle of her and aforked I '11e, .
    foam on either aud mu when bo .
    A (\liinli" of joy shot over UA Cutlnat was doing .auch. a grnod
    ,e ewlrl lu tlie waters behind, "Marrufcjpp An Inniuols! Tliose : "
    us bis Ihicers hxicil roijinj the pistol.. thing! > ; ;, .
    that .bo appeared to bo rds shot n Uirougli
    see paui
    dreadful .J "
    ey Hero was linlev/t n hf)< to unlock the "Oh no; I have no:wish to criticise,

    ,. |ry crowded, but they remembered both 'toclf bell'rttl'h""' ') uo tbonttbt otddt1l.ico gatos of jidH-o. AJefo hnd laid her mid Cyrus, "but If, I. bad teen oa the
    I t .he jvountled of tho other bllntoartl 14 have d,j nu. Iitt Catlnafshoad
    chnek agHloHt Uls nhoulJer and Inucbod.with platform, facing all ,those people I
    of her. On she came, and "iUfcrjVped forw'nrd up pleasure.' should haw tried to- toe oat a 11UI
    J she NUw abreast of the >' d und would have fallen .
    / 'J aa nud be atgfre & ,
    "You will forgive' me, rteur? hewhlllpel'f'4. ;
    ? ::r: '" swung round and the rowers had Apele'. not. caught htm by thn .

    : I: II' paddles und burst into a arm.
    _...: "Forgive you! I Moss' you nud love Tit* Wr..sr War.
    delsloti. of
    of The ea'r BIO nhtsp
    ... !:i -. ( "fo not dear Amory, you with my whole heart und noul." The late John U. 1'alge had at ono
    _& wan Ii mod toward them ', hnppun, but
    r rpd. 'Ojher' mny They had mink nu their knees together : tlino us a prote'e the Boa 'ot a wrypartlculur
    nntitthey sA.V that two women rl f V f swoar to you that I Kliall
    not that <
    I when three warriors entered tho but friend,. a :pleasant eutle-
    In It The ono was Onega l survlvi "
    sell not you, nnd said n few nhmi" word* to theIr manly younar follow but always ready
    bo othAr Adelo.rles entered the Iroquols! vlll.nto
    Aa they country woman. fhn roso' with a to make n bet or to take a bund In a
    toward-t\em VeCutliuit.
    de\la Nous, kelnneur do Ste. Swimming madly feau tbe squawLond-wnrrlors had rushed
    smile. nulet Kauie and oa this account It wu..

    was' hard and self contained toward tbi llanxl they wttlked thronifh "They lire waiting foi me," sal-1 she."You thought best by, hla pareuU to 1t'1I11

    but a gtoan and a bitter curso rescuers were already grating upon a tfttublolW of blileoun fuees which shall soo, Wbltt tlly and you him to UtMton ou a limited Itlcam'-
    .. from him when ho mtw Ills Ia In tho Btern of the Jibed .1It thuni
    tlio pebbles. very Jeered-aud aud < "\ < also uionsleiir hotv well I know what with the hope of breaking away fruni
    Ite in the hand. of her klulimel1.whom foremost sat a wizened UUIe; < thuiu
    cnnoe \ .,It'the.tpa.1l'f'.t< .a jf-t Is du". to 1117 position t'urewcll. and old associated ,and ot.getting some

    ehe could hope for little I man with n large brown wig and a gilt thl'ftPtb.I .... ...... uctod remember Oiiogur' business energy Into him,,j ,
    Yet even now his old fashioned headed laid across his knees. which stooil
    rapier apart.
    them a-Jiut
    to "
    Adeto Mr. I'alge bolesome
    1' uW', Aiuory blc j>" roil gave him some good, -
    y to hIs guest had mado hIm I Ihy.wbell He sprung out as the keel touched bottom An Instant later an old wir chief nc cloning her eyes' and nestling still closer advice and started him along Inbuulness.
    > De Catlnnt with soint words. of and rushing up to the seigneur > brnws uiul ',
    11 i iijoiUttlJ ) 1 i younper to him. particularly Instructing him
    ': tlu're0" a flatter of'Omethlne lluug himself Into his) arms. ..... by the beardcil half Dutih IroquolH\ to
    Ho raised'' thn pistol and tbon, with a "get bis name" before the public to
    darkcneil the llifht of "My dear Charles" l.w
    dow, and the young soldier wm have held your bouse)slko a berol"I bouso' strolled over nnd stood' In the ba dropped! It Rill! knoll with glnrln Not very long' after this Boston debut
    Without word he had lowered, tJ1 would not desert
    a 70\1
    doorwny In nt the prisoners.
    looking eyes looking up ut a troi" nblili facedthn Mr. 1'alge, vsry late one evonlu.fwaa
    er and was clambeq'P1: down It a co-uiriiclc.. Chnmbly.- Wei have saved Tile Bastard wnasraoKInRa ..tone )i-li>e. door of the bui requested tot call at a nearby p'*
    II! aste. Then, as hla tt'l'tf tlio hoiiHi- but our /fosses bave been open '
    and be nliu talked tlio most, lice
    yet wait It was a IH'cdl tren. < cdlugly old station. Tho-young mau. It ni>-
    e 'lr.' 111 0 'If!iS tcrrlblo. My Ion la 4ea<1. My wifeJslu arguing !ippr 'rently vllli one of the pea roo. had Into
    and ''' and gnarled, with Its lurk liiumln/ got a very noisy game
    It up again that Iroquola canoe. !: younger savagee.-'uho permi-d to como down In strips and It* tvholu trunk lutl was arrostau, but not before lie
    'er, ho swam wIthout The coratuander of hand Fort St Louis rounij at last to bis, opinion, rinally spotted with moss and tuuld. Home bad been cleaned out of everything' lie
    lout nrms nnd prefixed bla friend's la silent '
    the old said few nhort stern
    that chief n ten feet above the ground, tin.* main possessed."Well .

    but the ono thought wife inlur pathy. words and the matter ni'poartnl)' to bo trunk dlvlilc tu>vue slile of his The others arrived all safe, be said "
    settled."And "tbU
    / thus formed a Imnd lind viiditcnly nppcniod Is nice, isn't It?
    of her danger' at last. "Only that one was tak.en ''on
    ..7 vlow ot11m ,.oU.10U beUuin."i"itdtb\ j Bustard a large roibllnb butid, which "Well, sir, you told me to get '"'
    nuotlior whose account of tho breaking of a padd6..
    was the fnco la Trench to Uie I lro<|U(,ln ttomun sliook frantically from IIld" to sldo In name before tbe pobllo." __ _
    into drowned two taken.
    / safety Throe were
    from "you"..will have a lesson tbLs\ nlhtwblch passionate dissuasion. The next In- "Ob yes." Mr., PaJg* replied ""bur
    th. Franciscan There a French lady In It, I understand
    .' All nlfflit was
    miser madame." :will tench you it fljI''''. ncalnstyonr stunt as the two raptlve.s! still stared I didn't tell you to have a Judge and
    Catlnnt tt9 H as well as
    bed DC ,
    with thn own peoplol""yoa I In amazement tb. linnd dtsnpiciircd lItlml l- Jury go with It to fix the advertising;
    lis treasure, filled "Yea, and they have taken her bus-
    half bred mongrel: ,".m>H .d thethat thA trunk niruln. and n fiu,. npeared ratea.-Botiton Herald.A .
    At this -heretic wns tho onoIRie"sel I blind also. renrla6. ,.1'" _m nn ..v.... .....0111.1 tllke I ;;;: '-lu ltd,; 'placo, "'llt.1t! Ntlll Bh'-k
    however, the"nada "wnUh intent sprencl, and "Ah, poor souls' Well If you are ; : "' ;; Qa..r M.r !. Baavball.Here .
    bat from Iwart when you side tn sldo, a* rwi-ilmt-ty as Its.
    were bnllt with the spread until It choi d tlie chosen vineyard strong enough, to Join us, you and your your from Is a piny In baseball that happened
    speak to one:In whole reins runs fense against Indians, of, tHp church U too rlnmberp friends, we shall follow after them l long ago. Terbops it neer111
    Von a
    est .
    > blooil
    there1 were hopes fork I down t tie very .h els of bis prisoner without tba Ions of an Instant. Ten of the Onnndnjfiis : of IloHton. happen Oftjln. DId 'anyone ever hear
    warrior:' yon-wto with a thousand ivt And even us tliey stared nnd won'
    wooden ladder which and rusbpU Into tbll i stream not tenpaees of my men will remain to guard the of a base ruua r scoring from flrvt
    your make way shrill whin tin burnt
    back.could sjdilvn out
    iiot your tiered
    casn ,of neederwindows bdi.'td' blmAnd hotiHo and you can have their_canoe." base on a Haw drive that was caught;
    I window Into a little Louse with a few poorbusbandntfil..witin from thn depths of the forest and In a
    topund i watcher at the by a third baseman and when the bull
    so upon .thei.T4jfeV.sJJe., Dei of eights There In CIIAITKIl XXV.. i never left the third baseman's bund"
    saw the strangest 'our cat
    that bnifchwood
    tabl-r:1 peoplo of was spro'itln
    : patcb
    rnsbvlay happened In this way: Awl,

    ffrfarT ne flt f< Ttte KO4er Iniknesa. den of dark warriors. ami, tin' two wo harshly when they fir* Uoynlhan was playlug third biiite for
    TUB The round till tvhole
    ran gludo.
    evil Thwart
    face of the jrri-w
    It was" goep.en midst of then the Pastimes. .
    men crouching In the him from the water of Chicago In 18ua wb *na
    livid an. be to the scurrtful and tho 'storm of Milieu bl ro bis sank In de"here Do liatfuud
    deed, bej'J Swimming madly] toward them was Into their canoe. Ho: Incomprehensible tournamout was held. The Occidentals
    with words which were M sod at him by t)* pelted nmou.r \ih<* )'' 1'1' si rages. TbeIroquols
    could he fly to? The
    Ca tl not, rising to tL' boidder was \\t to them why any tout captive lIe itrodo tl'J her. and. sentinels had 11-1 drawn In of I'eorlo were the oppoHlng team.
    destroyed. The stockades the .Rtrengta of every itroke. a nol behind should volu:.:. rlly leave a place/ of' atroxit forefinger In the first 'Inning, with a runner on

    "betwee"it Wro and the forest, and blm'again wi. >v ta surod head safety In order to put Llmself la their taking her hand. he. thrust tIlt' by their bloodthirsty eiu hill to se first the batter drove a llne. straight

    were la the bands of the Iroquols.uly'ho of the friar with dark eapot and power that they could only set It down into Ou, b..rnla* S O,.'' "' ltJf tbu prisoner* illo, aud now tint Caimdlniui evnr third. Moynlhan shoved up bl*

    heard U volte from somef long trailing gown. mtlnic upon the ;' to madness, a malady which Inspires pipe.It. She made rw titu** to remove tae. were upon th
    where la tbe darkness above him, surface of the warBut, In his teal nwe and respect: among the Indiana. for bat sat with a :iwrf--J ft bmmcd la by A rlug; of lli* "Irst one fut la the hnrid. The crowd cheered.An .

    i >H3l e m your gun. lad." it Vld. **i be had thought t.., Itlt.! of his own Two warriors passed tbclr bands over a minute or more, ". ,* out way und tlien auotber UikiKol: to Instant later ttn y saw aomethluilWH

    loom of some of tbe beatben Power. II* was a good swimmer, but him to be sure that bo was unarmed, tbrougb. the opera door /lot. ,UllO llIltter1.oZ or U* tot ulwayi by tb* *.' '*,. i.t ofd ,> I wrong. .Moynllmn, wrlthlntr with

    wait" bumpered by his Inollpt and the little groui'* stb until Ua! be was welrfied ami and to was then thrust down between ..... .gpla pain was running arouud third bne.Tlie .
    It In f. Amos!" cried DeIfrDown nnwleldy clolhes. Slower nnd slower tliu two women while tbe canoe darted Indians. lie wa tcli d UnrIy II. I UM* att.a( UMV *trnan1 rtt :like base ruauer at fleet saw aooietlilug
    wltlt tbe ladder or IaanP grew bis strike and lower nnd lower In toward the bank to tell tbe others lo toe Uope of bearing a cry or *' I V lbro.1: .1 bro ru (t..i
    ," his bead tntlj at U"', with> n great, that tho garrison of Fort St. Lonlwai 1nc some spasm of agony oporf tor : 04 0.-411' ."" _... .t" '" t..... '",r,., Then he ran to third and fliully
    It be a face but at last with a curmi. ., b* \
    may ruse Domlne.be
    tre. shriek of "In monllil tuns. coming tip tbe stream. Adel was Hot t wu oan"I trotted home oumohwttd.

    i of Du tfcut. thre-vt up bi\ bands ind vanished In deadly palo. and her band as her bus- dashed down her baul awl strwl* from I I IH found work to rtt r. be fi.t.1 The Toe trouble was that the boll strlk-

    Ill answer for Itr cried the A inlnnto later bUt It was as cold bot. Rb* tbruet br cburred fWi* r irVmlsh Hsstsrd preferrud hl1Utli"Ahl'f'
    swirl of the'Ttver band tail\: upon a* lag Ifoynlhan'e band. pi yred the
    Into .
    . Instant later down came the watchers hoanw with screaming to marble."My bep bosom and Ungljed. I to lis! >. ,. Ilnshlng at nerve* The ball was stV M W Inkle

    ,:Xe Catlnat.and the friar hIm to return, saw De Catlnat pulled darling." bo whispered tell me "tlu to ,004 tor wgbtf! ,.* crll Onega, t* tur.l ll> roabawk la her hand. It wss fire mlautw ?nf< rebis
    and they hardly bad their which was 12* dotM not even know bow to 100r tcaln. aud tlutu, yolli < ble war cry. be
    aboard canoo. 'ou-that fellow
    the Iroquols that all Is well.with ) you are tar players eonld pry bis fla-
    when a swarm of Its *. NOW. I ceald b s try out sttiuiKi
    'rungs Instantly turned end continued unhurt : \ve got w, .Td the bloo-1 WMpoa above csn OileD and gat u-. beJt rrCUiov

    11 out from tbe door and course up the river."My "Oh, Amory. why did yon coraeTWhy of Max I am sun of it. But' you.. Ui bsd SJQ J rtubed Into Uie but wb r* e. TC'lloovae. ,. ,

    tb* liver bank. Oodt" cried Amos b04rq!". did come Amory mon.leur,70t1" are very whlU"Jt the prisoners still knelt De Catlaat .../,

    band who now "Tbey have taken blml lIlt III o1'"I :" "How could you I stay behInd wbea I was Uw I)ght of such a u.-ilJUdeed. !! saw" him coralnf. and a mad Joy glt. iftI"'i'f -

    : to which they could strange things In : Ah. U we were .Hit JItII i "'I'll to titool la bla .... lie rose to meet blm.
    have seen aouie knew that you 1ere.Ja th.lrb__ tlLC9 'to.
    I with Omt I _
    Ilk. wlta
    the 04"I
    \ the.. forty yeftT, l at never my lwor .II!'



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    f? ,I'h r f ,
    wanted everywhere
    ... Men and women
    No capital or
    *. .tto handle onr baQineRII.

    1 la ,, N. B. HULL previous experience sa.'oe 8fnl agt-nts requiredsomemost who hat of I s
    iae our
    ,$rq ry. N. > the and
    & clnareci #10 (noa) day loft shop
    < ftrm w take up our work. Wo fur :ilbeVtr'tluDf

    tty l' bla { and put :yn; in a iwnittoii to
    family Write to-day for full
    Toni cloarl"adiiy.
    tgke.. Holiday GoodsWe
    piirtiiulurs.NATIONAL: ,
    fkgonvlllo, TEMPERANCE BBVEKAOB: Co. jjfJ4wder

    ations ; may Mobile, Ala.

    C .60 to *4 at Mitchell's A. W. Goigf, a former citizen of 4 re

    have a stock worth coming a long way to 111101'1011VB' in town Tuesday and Absolutelf
    '.u-W called! to order the Telegraph continued

    i 'itOree'the *-ofd-New River, was see, and people ARE coming. '''We feel very much to him at "'aU!), Mr. Geigcr has cm- A wholesome cream tartar
    vWMa t fc'tarke Tuesday. barked, thus 'meat market business at

    encouraged by the appreciation shown by 'our Waldo. finest
    burs ak
    la repainting baking powder ; j ,
    denooaa k Jefferson atruot.r customers. W"TED-Three yoni-g men 23 years aw

    old, IIr over, to learn the, banking bUil' best flavor hot-
    lightest ,
    ore batl $3.60 and np atnn's to ,
    iuess. Must be !fully'qualified as

    Dru Imported Chinaware.\ education and cTjajrifteii' ) Don't apply breads cake and astry.
    the amily, one policy unless yon melt business. Apply P. O. U

    Ma* Our stock of Imported Chinaware is very ,Cox Atlanta.. Ga.I Alum andpowders a phosph '

    tr, d Calder; of Lake heavy and we have_ some English and Ger- Oohl-top cigar jars '1 to $2 at are m/i/ JLu.
    t re In Starke Store.
    pe' Monday Mitchell's Drug
    man Porcelain Ware
    d atativM Our stock of plain use them. ExarM \
    +la P dint 'has 'returned tot aud decorated Glassware is more completethan The merchants of Starko have never g'y

    nd.,. Visit with friend before. been better prepared to take care of the
    wR ever holiday trail, than they are this season. a OVAL BAKING POVrC 2
    Santa Clause can supply his every need fi fir .. .1. .
    j ; itmat stationery, $1 to here, and will do well to pay Starke a lAwtEY. fii "
    Dolls.We .
    thei: i .tOhel1' Diug Store. : visit before making his Christmas par Tho ladies or''Lawtey organizes! ,. '\

    0< r:. .b',. and. J. W. Hilton, oft : c111 I/s. Missionary society on last Friday a! .. .

    ...) ); transacting business In have a very fine assortment of Dolls, S. T. Dubose, of Webster, was a vis- noon. MI'8 'nand"l1 WiUUBlejpd I

    ,ae Tu y, from very cneap ones, all the way up to fine tor to Starko Monday Mr. Dnbone ideal I ; Mrs:Saytoj.THfcl rreetdt. "

    ti.t Y formerly lived at Lake Batler, but is Scott Secretary;f Mrs." p. ',W.,. Brown,
    dressed dolls. .
    w-Ra lick,:of Pittsview, Ala., adjourned h i ib -
    treasurer. They tdjfoeet the
    work aud
    now engaged in carpenter :
    t.. greet home of and
    that Captain .
    second Friday in' 'Jannarr-'ftV ,.l '
    truck farming: at Webster ;:>MrB.
    Mrs:J.IL ad. '
    e Oti'BU'VA:, O' -f

    .. .A; O.Ai4drea'Y < has recently. given his Rugs, Rugs.We R. W. Piuholster was in Starke during 'Mr./BI ;;k, of IligMaud.'wag a. visitor h

    ." "" andereon street a handsome the week. Mr. Pinholster was first assistant here last Sunday. aui .

    '11Ottag paint. v' have for several years led in the sale of in Starke High School last year. Miss Clyatt'and Miss,Pearce were visitors -

    "{ Dew"oa He is now engaged iu the mercantile in Jacksonville! Sunday .. I
    nF.' : the i m
    Rugs during holiday season and shall .. -
    ''J: ;., 0: Eddy,and W. B. business at Tarpon Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Pear wel'$ in Jacksoil-T i

    ..f Ale ,'of Hampton,,were visitors In j make no exception this year.Ve have villa last Saturday' to visit their son, j
    f, Silver and stag manicure sets, fl.50
    Starke D8IIday.'' them.Toys. to $o at Mitchell's Drug Store. Harold, who is'Crt ill at the Duval ,I i ...

    ? Sped plcei':"on everything: in the Sanitarium.A ".
    + $ The merchant who is anxious enough beautiful baoy girl was born to Mr.
    De aU"! durlug the holidays.
    to sell his goods to advertise them is aud Mrs. R. L. Prescott DecEmber: 8th. .
    A.A. r.
    'J, ,;as 1'Dr' $ likewise anxious enough to sell to give A flue baby girl was born to Mr. and .

    ;!." W Brown and :Mrs. M. 12. A fine assortment. You should the f* yoalhe best possible prices. Talk to Mrs. Holzoiidorf December 3d. ,,"; ,).-',... .....
    see .
    /Ii'Uwa'! of'tjiwteyrf){: wore"'amoog the t the merchant( who! advertises.Bill Dr. G. W. Brown was in Jacksonville I
    Starke Wednesday. ( new all wire Doll Baby Carriages and Go :Monday on business+" .
    I ', "" )""" *"""" books and purses, 75o to $2, at
    f if",t "T f Carts. Child's Rockers Dr. Rader, the presiding elder, will!
    II' kte }er'i lilgh-grade It) ,rfumes in cut- Mitchell's Drag Store.
    preach, at the M. E. Church next Sun "
    'r;cr tires. at :Mitchell's: Drug Store. f Balls, Bats, Marbles, too many things to
    "I Fred S. Dawson, the well known cigar day, December 16th. .
    : :4;' r Pnrdom, a well known citizen of enumerate. manufacturer and pecan nurseryman, Mr. Bostick, of.Oeorgia, 'has been tire fIr .
    ,: ..'. ; Porthiogton section, was traunact'i Vases Pitchers Jardinieres Umbrella is on crutches with a sprained ankle. guest for some days of Mr. Godwin, oar .

    rJIr.+ ,}"' >"II i In Starke Tuonday.ei Stands l| f He full from a freight car at the depot a well known turpentine operator. \ '
    . S Iilrift! .. Cracker Jars, Japanese Lanterns, avery few days ago spraining his ankle and _.

    \J. :t' .f'. ,,' (gTass matting) art sqnares and fine stock. tearing loose a leader in his heel. lIe I

    .' .ear.wen>look well. N. B. Hull. I t will likely be ou crutches for several JSow RTh.eii

    .J,';; LOTS OF USEFUL ThlNQS. COME EARLY. t days Yf't.Mitchell.
    j : ': ..,.:iRotier,'?.of Uaiford, was in .

    ( 1.Tuesday, and called to order the Edwards, for a number of

    t.4 t:., : nph continued to his address r years section foreman here on the Wan-

    ,r "' ,r- and dolls I'p-Stalrs In t [ nee branch of the Seaboard Air Line, : oli
    u > Is, dolls,walking talking N. B. i
    dolls at Mitchell's Postoflice HULL'SIs has boon transferred to the track laying ..
    i ;I-,. { ughtng[ Store.and singing! f corps now working near Highland. He
    j" rag Building
    t J J is succeeded N. D. of -
    :" by Wynn, At Prices Which t1Sei4
    !1J;;", jiThe:,; Ladies, Aid Boclvty of the Baptist t Sampson City, and Mr. Wynn has movedhis
    .1' f inqetwith Mrs. Arthur ;
    ; churchy-will ", family to Starke. -
    John I next Ttt 8day' afternoon at 3:30.: r
    i jff/
    it -S _:-._ ::-_ .1'--; ..... Shaving: sets, T5o to .3, at Mitchell's
    Bifrer convb and brush sets from ].COto '
    3 f:
    J Drug Store.
    Your Name"on This List 01( Promt Veterans Meet Next t We ,
    [ [ >$10 at MltohoU's Drug Store. tesday.Dickinsoi.

    \fiJ :'if.i\.t.\ nent ProperlyOwners.Cut. r A regular meeting of J.. J. By a new ruling of the post office Christmas Csr2 .

    ,;";;. )lI'. and.Mrs.O. L. Moltt have moved O. L. Peek Col. W. T.* Weeks, :Camp, United Confederate Veterans department box rout notices will be Smokers' Sets,/ [nslc
    ibtck': to Starke from Tampa and are Hampton Jones, J. B. Fntch. A. E. will be held In''Starke 1 I placed in post office boxes 10 days be-

    ,: .''oooopylng\ Choir.home on West Madison Moitt, J. M.\. Trnby, W. E. Waitiright. December 19th at 10 a. m. eduewlayn fore the expiration a of any quarter and lets, Medallion* *. Era
    55 -.... W. A. IV-HBrnt, T. W. Sweat, T. A. I
    Wre lie
    B t'f ; boxes which and Glass
    Aa this is the on rent is not paid by the
    S Knight, W. II. Rivers, J. H. Davis. holiday seat it is expected
    4t2 : 'Why.nse cheap baking powders when We are negotiating with the above- there will be an oun. sally' lnrg e 1st day of any quarter are to be closed. other Novol ,+s. +sal"

    TOO can get pure cream tartar and soda named proivrty-owners together with attendance at this mocUu K tithe voter Heretofore box renters have been allow
    'f,ready for use nt Starke Drag Co? numerous others, for the use of L. & M. ans. I'W ed until the lath day of the first mouth
    tfAi .' Paint on their property. of the quarter to Special Attention
    pay up.
    exists in the L.
    JI1.doia If the slightest defect
    i'The of St;:Mark's church wit
    : & M. Paint the honse will be repaintedfor
    'bold Christmas bazaar I in the armory, nothing. d' ,"bnt'go; rlgli t ,If you don't read the advertisements Is directed to our iii

    ,\Saturday December 16th, beginning at Four gallons L. & M. mixed with npstalrsoverthopoBtoflc you miss much of the best news contained Collars and Handkerchiefs iu en

    r. i 't _.a p. ,tta. throe gallons linseed oil will paint any _.ftJJ moderate sized house. '** vital interest to everybody. A
    /Ctontienten*' traveling canes, $1.05 to The actual cost of L. & M. is, '.about wonderful line of bnrKulrr< ]tfj>aMiU.4iip here and another

    ', ,: at Mitchell's Drag Store $1.30 per gallon. Holiday Goods there saws uii3-T p dollar In the course
    ., are on .
    The L. & M. Zino hardens the!. & M. "
    :; of a year. And, ilH Um pan. save manyan We believe in the
    s JrOft''r BALK-Two good work horses White Lead and makes the L. & M. display by N. B. Hall nunecesHary ate JpttB learn,from

    :.and MOOnd hand buggy. N. D. Wain Paint wear like iron for 10 to Starke.F. 10 years. tho advertisements\, s Just; whatuuJTSt hunt it will pay you to see us b
    Hold G. C. Livingston, ""
    'wrighT, Starke. by Wm. Baisden, has what you wan.Collar "
    H. J. Duukley. Palters. ,
    .l;, A. Scott has recently had his home We are practical pain.'makers.' cuff boxes, ft to ft, atMltchdl'lI
    J.1.. Pnbose, a well known citizen of 6
    : ou Ninth street equipped with electrio We have made the L. <&:"M. Paint by Drug Store. r
    U, ,&he Worthington seotlon, wan a guest machinery for the period of one-third ol .
    i lights and is for the extension AND Bh3t
    Tuesday of his ion, W. A. Dubcwo, ofthis negotiating a century. If you want a nice place in Starke see w, A
    of the city water service to his Oar machinery produces 10xXgal) )( +
    5 mo. Six-room house
    city. three fall
    premimm., The patronage of the city'spnblio ons of L. & M. Paint better, and( In loss ; r

    : :ti; Rer.0.'' i W, White, pastor of the utilities continues to grow and time hand: mixing.than. 100 gallons can be made by goad lots, two condition.of them Will in strawberries sell cheap J.F. In. I .- W. Mt( > I ''AT day.I '+rn. on a

    vthodlct chnroh is attending the an. the time will soon come when there We use thousands of tons of mint] material P. McMnrry. _
    Jorence' in session at Polatka will bo abundant reason for our citizensto where a painter uses UX pound, Wllh
    S. '4 congratulate themselves that they We give your customer tho best job In Sausage making time has come and -- th

    :.4 Installed the water and lighting plantinstead tho world with L. & M. becanrto the L we are prepared to furnish you freshly WITH POTASH -, Ah wet Aitord1C
    the I..
    & :M.: Zinc hardens & M. White
    ;$ |Red and iwhite setter pup, of granting a franchise for a Lead and makes L. & M. Paiut' ground sage, red pepper and mace.,)also >, h .
    butha old,four white foot, white private concern to operate these uecos like iron for 10 to in years. wear suit 110tre and borax'ior ,curing ;your t S

    i, [ and head. Suitable reward sitles of every wide.awake. growing. Actual cost L. & M.. about 1 1.20 ph'rgalIon. ) meats. Starke Drug Co.
    noon town.- "' Sold<< .byf t>:;C. Liviiipt t ,
    Star o, Fla. r
    0 Moore, a well known young u -" and
    'Mral'Henry: Taylor Mrs. I,.
    Carter IL.
    [of the-Halford section, was iuednesday ;
    ( L
    of Highland, werttguexf for a fewdays
    and paid the Telet
    [ dnrinjt the' WII of their: sister. ;,

    agreeable call. It Quiets:': Xra: W. Lake, of this city. .
    I .These Castrations
    \, Roberts superintendent for i
    To buy first class groceries at reduced aho the variations In rise
    } ellow &> Oliver; largo naval S between a strong,. flror i .
    I x prices Is an opportunity not often of.
    rators near Gainesville, was a the Fin pUnt-ti! result of fert't un
    CoughThis eyed, but I era selling everything lu my with ,,
    l Starke Sunday.
    tore at a flI CQnatrA., A. Johns Put your heads together and you may j
    decide what want,'bat had bet- tj
    i brushes silver you you a f r
    stag/ and
    yl / Gold ptctawi frames, 23,' to |j It'r line I
    atMltcbe1l' see our of Holiday Goods pretty 1
    d 8.50 to $5 Mitchell's Drag
    is one reason why Ayer'sCherry *Drug Store. quick. N. B. Hull, postofflce building as I

    W Pectoral is so valuable Mr .F.A. Scott and children have apshtlrs! !

    in consumption. It stops returned borne after pending the w,-ek How' Thlj? This and and plant'other r"/nPillred Interullntt and""p"In consequence lufl'"rlng horn Cotton BttKbt. 1

    The the wear and tear of useless pleasantly with her parents Mr. and We offer one hundred dollars reward "proflt.bl. Farmlnf&fn.unh ere to described anYone In Int.'relted.Vrlue our booka'CottorCulture".nd i!

    r aS Right coughing. But it does moreit i Mr.. R. H. Wynu. near lUmptuu.Mr for any ease of catarrh that cannot be by caper's.. and Cull 6. vallJabl suggestions which, followad out. will Insl.1 1
    a ; cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. better and bigger: craps and larger profit", Write for them ,-da1.
    IUndII controls the inflammation, *. E. W. BBurrouhsMTidlahawep J. CHEXEY!: & Co., TOLEDO: O. GERMAN:< KALI f
    o tr quiets the fever,soothes,he ls. and Mr*. W. FinLiyson! ,of Ola Town' J.We, the undersigned have known F. .N.w., Vaf- J .N.., .-StM.'. or Atlanta, Qm.-nt4 Candlar BuHdlm ,
    : IblRlgb Tuesday of May | Cheney for the last fifteen :yean and .
    Ask gnet E .
    I your doctor: about this. were p believe him perfectly honorable in all } S
    341. Pancan. They were en route to insineHS .,......
    Th best kind ol a t. tlnacni l- old transaction and financially -' ; --- 'e4 t
    "Bold .....**' Town. able to carry out obligations made
    / for over Ucty. 7. any
    Pr1Ce3. by his firm. MALSBY MACHINERY
    ; (
    / / COMPANY
    h by a.O.Ay*o.Le.'tt.Yaw. lOl. Boarborough is erecting a ,',?. W ALDI"O. KIXMAK' & :MARVIN. J ,
    .... t
    l 1F All .a.leo.a. Wholesale Toledo, O. Jr
    ;tdli 512ft..NeB.HULl. on property recently acquired 1 DrnggUto, OF
    Cage by J-VCKSOSVILIJE.:! : 1T.OIUDA.
    f SAU4Pauu. '
    A..s.1 IIsi t
    I Catarrh Cure ia taken Internally -
    the county court
    PILLS.HAIK him near This SAW
    acting the MILLS
    directly upon ENGINES BOILERS.
    rroot. third house ,
    the Scarborough
    U mucous
    hoe surface of the system. Testimonials
    P. 0. B'A W. h.T. ..aaac t.' 'We.."I._.a. built in Stark, daring the past few tent free. Price 75 cents per bot- PORTABLE OUTFITS A SPECIALTY.
    ... .
    the fortnulM of all, o nHuaten t He ta proving tie. Sold all .
    month himself a good by druggist Write for Oatalocna. +. .
    -ttaln.U'1 .
    recovery by keeping the town builder Take Hill's Family Pill for oonitl- MII .. array tore,,. C... W" ... .... ... alraMaj
    bowel. regular with Are"-. Pili. scion ..........r;tl -;. J

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    wanted everywhere
    Men and women
    S ", im ineRS No capital or
    v11 tb handle our

    i '+ + .N. B. HULL previous our most oxixTieuce su.-i-BHtnl" agents repaired, who-gome hay of

    fratp'r N. and
    left shop
    cleared flu l<> <1M) a day,
    i!, ? fsrn'a'take' i > up our woik. We fur slreverything

    and In a 11OHition to
    gin h ramilye. P\Yfitei for full
    clear; |i 10<> u day to-day

    atlone ay. Mobile, Ala.

    A, W Croitfir a former citizen of
    a LbOtoatMitche11'ar soJ ee Jre
    se We have Hampton, was in town Tuesday and
    r a stock worth coming a long way to 4
    yI called to order the Telegraph-continued r

    Oreen of. New River, was see, and people ARE coming. 'We feel very much to lain Rt \\allo. Mr. Geiger has tm- A wholesome cream tartar
    the vitdtie ia fctarke Tuesday, barked in thi* meat market business at

    11" encouraged by the appreciation shown by our \VutdoWAVTEU
    Ipliurs is repainting baking powder. akjfinest,
    ks utluce customers. Threo men 23
    Jefferson street. young years

    y l Ll, ItM hap WMBMlMMB old ur over, to learn Jhex banking bus lightest best flavored \it, hot-
    fug $2b0and atM ,
    st tip ine'lll. Mast be fully'qualified as to ,

    lietto U'elra o. Imported Chinaware. education and ctA,adter.. : Don't apply '
    breads cake and
    tad -- MOTWfamily "pastry.
    q ,the one policy. unless YOUIUf'i1 business. Apply P. O. ,

    s r Our stock of Imported Chinaware is very Alum and a phosph

    fort n y d ;B. Colder; of Lake heavy and we have some English and Ger- Uolil-top') cigar jars, $1 to $2 at powders are inj u. fuse
    'm'It' w to ern ors in Starke Monday Mitohtll'H Drug Store.
    d hie ofs man Porcelain Ware Our stock of plain them. Exaf.

    enaeifter ct : ou has :returned to and decorated Glassware is more complete The merchants of Starke have never
    easantvisitwtthfrlendad boon better prepared to take care of the Y
    Cal than ever before. holiday trade than they are this season. ROYAL BAKING Po'aa jLAWTET.

    Z Santa Clause can (supply his every need fin finTI "

    'h mtlfn> ristmas stationery, f 1 to here, and will do well to pay" Starko a ..
    J lox, a teholl's Drag Store. Dolls Dolls. : .
    we visit before making his Christmas parchaaos. The ladies of' '''Lawtey organizes: Tq "

    H. 'Jettc* Mid. J. W. Hilton, off Missionary society on last Friday a.fL ." : t

    J .ton, ,transacting business in We have a very fine assortment of Dolls, S. T. Dubose, of Webster was a via I noon. Mra;:Randall waq Wl!_ '1'-' f ,.

    ; from very cneap ones all the way up to fine tor to Stark Monday. Mr. Dubone Went; Mrs. Say'les'elelrreei !nJt t .
    ". KiMKa dressed formerly lived at Lake Bailer, but is Scott secretary;' auk, of Pittsview, Ala, dolls.
    now engaged in carpenter work aud treasurer.' T adjourn. tofcmoot the
    a guests' home of Captain and second Friday January 'at'.Mrs.! be
    Din, J, Ii, .vis., truck farming at Webster.R. 1 ,. Jo,/ .
    fI' .,SCOI. ; ., _",__: tip ,
    A q lias recently given his Rugs, Rugs.We W. Pmliolster was in Starke during [ 5-Mr.Blaitr: of Highland;was a visitor it .
    the week Mr. PiuholHter was first assistant here last Sunday.
    ottage [ereou street a handsome al .
    tie! Coat nt.;, several years led in the sale of iu Starko high School last year. Miss Clyatfand Mica Pearce were visitors '

    sa : Rugs during the holiday season and shall ) lie is now engaged in the mercantile in Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. ,JI .. .
    Meer ;. O.; ,Eddy'and': W. B. bafclnesK at Tarpon Springs and Mrs. Pearca were in Jacksonville -

    ,+ .Mezand Hampton, 'were visitors iu make no exception this year. We have Silver and last Saturday to visit; their son, l '
    r I stag manicure sets, |1.50 "
    Stark4 eaday: them.Toys. Harold, who is very ill at the Duval '.
    cR c cS to f.: 5 at Mitchell's Drag Store. ...

    'I,, loes'o ,everything in the Sanitarium .
    $ The merchant who is anxious enoughto A beautiful baby girl was born to :Mr. .
    grocery "ails"dnrtng_ the holidays. sell his aud Mrs. R. 1. Prescott
    t f goods to advertise them is December 8th. ,
    % aue '
    1 'r'Dr f likewise anxious enough to sell to give A flue baby girl was born to Mr. and .
    $ '
    ; tW, rowu and Mrs. M. K. A fine assortment. You should'see the ToiTHre best Possible prices. Talk to Mrs Holzendorf December 3d. 'i.';1:' 'l jJiil,.,. ...
    dws ;0 i iwteywero'amwg the the merchant who!. advertises.Bill Dr. O. W. Brown was in Jacksonville .." ,,. .
    k Btsjrke Wednesday ( new all wire Doll Baby Carriages and Go Monday on business*!*
    ?? books and 76a to $2, at
    f Carts. Child's Rockers parses Dr. Rader the presiding elder, will I
    Toy Wagons
    i je 'r'e highrgrade perfume iu cut Mitchell's Drag Store. : _
    preach at the M. E. Church next Sun \1
    : M'e toes* at Mitchell's Drug Store. tj Balls, Bats, Marbles, too many things to' 1
    Fred S. Dawson, the well known cigar day, December 16th. I

    1 ,f ;Pnrdom, a well known citizen of t/ enumerate. manufacturer and pecan nurseryman, Mr. Bostick, Georgia, has been tire' ,. .
    section is on crutches with a sprained ankle. guest for some days of Mr. Godwin, our : .
    transact j
    : was
    ; .o [prthiiigton f Vases, Pitchers, Jardinieres, Umbrella Stands
    T "ID/I'/ neMin Starke Tuesday [ ; \! t lie fell from a freight car at tho depot a well known turpentine operator, Jj, I IJVow \ -

    : -- : t Cracker Jars, Japanese Lanterns, a f) few days ago, spraining his ankle aud r

    -s. (grass matting)art squares and very fine stock tearing loooe a leader in his heel He Rt1 I
    :ra well look: well. N. B. Hull. I tI will likely be on crutches for several l ;
    .. ..
    ,fi ''I- .r. LOTS OF USEFUL ThlNQS. COME EARLY. t days Yl't.Mitchell.
    o ? ;:W,''i,;Hosiery,, ,of Kalford, was ins

    itpjra; Tuesday..And called to order the Edwards, for a number of

    "* ph continued to his address ; r rPoslofflce years section foreman here on the Wan-
    :1t\ *T1 i ii Up-StaIrs in R rarkc r nee branch of the Seaboard Air Line Th.e1iioliAt
    ,y juuu;, dolls,walking and talking dolls, N B HULL i ,
    r nngjbing and singing dolls, at Mitchell's ( 1 has been transferred to the track laying
    ." t- corps now working near Highland. lIe
    Dreg Store? Fla
    Building!J (I r -: j" in succeeded by N. D. Wynn, of Prices Which
    \4';. ';Th Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist \ Sampson City, and Mr. Wynn has movedhis

    ''ctinrch,:,jWlll zaQ \i with Mrs. Arthur "" family to Starke. ...,

    l, V .Joluw next Tuesday afternoon. at :3:30: e
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    sets 75o) 0
    - -- -- ----,- .- having to I 3, at Mitchell's

    I r,\.:yx to,.'Silver$ifl at comb:Mitchell's and brush Drug sots Store.an&MreC from. $3.50 Is Your Name"on This List 01! Prominent I Veterans Meet Next' We oesday. Drug Store. .-.

    .' ':',-* ;,' ..u -' L. PropertyOwners.Col. A regular meeting of J. J.j Dickinson By a new ruling of the post office Christmas Card3, ...
    -ti'Kr.;: : Moitt liavo moved Camp, United ( department box .,
    O. L. Pe"k.Ool. WT. Weeks, Confederate Veterans rent notices will be Beta VnMr
    Smokers' ;
    I'baok i' .,to Starke from Tampa and are Hampton Jones, J. 13. Fntch, A. E. will be held in Starke i placed in post_office boxes 10 days be-
    \ ing their home on Went Madison Moitt, J. M. Truby, W. E. Wainright., December 19th at 10 a.m. edntl".Y, foro the expiration of any quarter and lets, Medallions Fr*
    "".. W. A. BosHont. T. W. Sweat T. A.
    .Street., : Knight, W. II. Rivera, J. R. Davis. As this is the holiday BOa> it i, expected boxes on which rent is not paid by the and Fin
    :"Why use baking when We are negotiating with the above there wt11 bean minJUally) large 1st day of any quarter are to be closed. other Novo+e ?s

    you can get pure cream tartar and soda named property-owners, together withIlUmerOUIl attendance at this moeUu/OHhe veter. Heretofore box renters have been allowed -
    f reatly for nso at Starke Drug Co? others, for the nee, of I*. &.M. ans. I until the 10th day of the first mouth
    '" ", Paint on their property of the quarter to Special Attention
    'r"l1" pay up.
    If the slightest defect exists In the L.
    ?t.Tha!! : :Juniors of St; Mark's church wll
    & M. Paint the house will be repaintedfor
    ,t hold a Christina bazaar in the armory nothing. .. ?but-go fight ,If you don't read the advertisements Is directed to oar iii'

    .. Saturday December 16th,. beginning at Four gallons L. & M. mixed with upstairs over the post- you miss much of the best news con Collars and Handkerchief iu eu,

    :, 'p., three gallons liuseed oil will paint any offleeBiid nee wlu tained in the Telegraphv Store newt Goods, Notions, Kosli
    moderate sized house.
    'JL"s *Afvltal Interest to VeQ.body.
    kg: vfvleentlemena' traveling cases, .1.915 1 to Tho actual cost of L. & M, ..-abont a wonderful hug 0( V>arKiOTVtBjOlw(
    ,$Pl 'at! Mitchell's Drag Store. :$1."JO! per gallon. Holiday Goods art on there naves ma>Jjr t glar'inthecourse
    The L. & M. Zino hardens the L. M. "
    of a j ear. We believe in the .
    ',:FOB' SALS' TWO good work horses White Lead and makes the li. & M. display by If, B, Hull HuouuecoHnary Btei7Tl| lamlearn'from?many

    .and second hand buggy. N D. Wail Paint wear like iron for 10 to IS years. the advertnemeiits\ just what wd! gl.Dt! twill pay you to see us h ,
    Sold O. O. Livingston, Stttrke. __
    by I1IUIKlen.
    ,\\wrtgh6.; Starke. Wm. nOOn what .vnn,v_ w a' t.
    ..1 II. J. Daukley, Practical,Pmters,
    F. A. Scott has recently hud his home We aro practical pain makers. Collar and cuff boxes, $1 to *.t, at
    < ;J. I-; Dnboso, a well known citizen of
    ; L. .
    with clectrto We have made the &SI 1'niut by Mitclu'
    on Ninth street equipped H's Drug Store.
    ,,Worthington section, was a guest machinery for the period of one.third of
    lights and is negotiating 'ANB
    7-tTu.ay| of his son, W. A. Dnbo.se, of a contury. U you want a nice place In Htarke see
    sion of the city water serviro to his Our machinery produces 10,000 !gal.
    mo. Six-room
    IthU.. city. premises. The patronage of the city'spublic Ions of L. & M. Paint better, and in I.JKH new house;; three full
    than 100 be lots, two of them in strawberries' in far.U .
    time; gallons can made MOAT
    a Rtev_ C. W. White, pastor cf) the utilities continues to grow and by } ,
    hand mixing.We condition. Will sell cheap. J. ... noun
    the time will when there
    oollJ6.ohnrobllIl\tteudlug the an- soon come use thousands of tons of paint material V. P McMarry.
    dial: conference in session at Pulatka.tub will bo abundant reason for our citizensto where a painter uses KM) pound "!" --- -
    weok. congratulate themselves that they We give your customer the best job in Sausage making time has come and
    the[ world with Li. & M. because the JtURER h ketWAIlorti
    wo POTASH
    : mind white Better installed the water and lighting plant & M. Zinc hardens the L. & M. W4it prepared to furnish you freshly WITH
    :' pop, instead of granting a franchise for a Lead and makes L. & M. Paint ground sage, red pepper and mace,also w
    r |:eight mouths old, four white foot, white private concern to operate these tieces; like iron for 10 to in years. wear saltpetre and borax for.,curing your S ,at

    ,,I 'I t 1'011 chest. and head. Suitable reward sities of every wide-awake, growing. Actual 008"L. A M.. abont .1.t DO lkrgallon. meats. :Starke: Drug Co.
    '. '\X;P.,Duncan town: Sold by' O.JO.* LJviiiKston I rQr
    ": -S S Star ke,.FlaLra :
    ; 'B': H. Moore, well known H i
    . I a young '
    ) >Henry Taylor and Mrs, I Carter N ..l.lj
    pltwter of the Ibiford section, in
    of Highland, were goenfii r for a fewdayi -
    town Wednesday and paid tho T le. durlugtho'w ft of their

    graph an. agreeable call.mfc It Quiets : Lake of this city. sister'
    "" :, Mrs ; i I :Tbue illustrations

    ; :\*. ,sui>erintoudi'tit"U4rUigfeUow for first class -cries !t7 : i.- ahM the variations In rla U,
    To bay gro at
    reduced between _
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    rlfo _
    !-? & Oliver, largo naval trong s cot
    prices is an opportunity not 'nfttu ",f. ton pl.lOt-the result of 'Jrt' 4tt"a
    , ,"dtores operators near Gainesville, was a the CoughThis erect but I wn selling everything m my I with ,

    !visitor' to Starke n Sunday.i store at a df oQtWa.1'A. A, .lolnu J'at your heads together and yon may Y t
    .t.jH: I decide\ what want'but had better -
    ofj1)11Utary!' : brushes silver and you you -S
    ; : frames Potas
    ! ;.bon1" S3 60 to :|5 at Mitchell' Drag Gold pictar to fj &tMitchell' see our line of Holiday Goods pretty 4 :
    Store. ,
    Is one reason why Ayer'sCherry *Drug 1
    .Store.: quick N. B. Hull, postoffloe building, Q4(
    .... Pectoral'is valuable
    1', so Qpxtiurs.\
    1. A. Scott and
    F. children
    lire and In
    have pllnt.nlillz'd
    and : consequence l suffering fmm Cotton 81hrbl.
    ry In consumption. It stops returned home after spending the w<.'ek "ow'This? Title and other In\.natlnlf expel meets:are described l In our booki.-Cottor.

    ;'I'j.. The the wear and tear of useless pleasantly with her parent,, air and, We offer one hundred dollars rewardfor Culture" and and'Protitabis full 6'' wataable Fa mlnlC" -free to anv one nUrelted. Writt.W. ...- '
    R, K.Wyun near itAmptoa, case of catarrh that caD no' be by esparto' ll'lo"| which! followed out. will ln .. n
    ? RlgM coughing. But It does moreit Mrs. ured any by Hall's Catarrh Cure. better and bigger ryps and larger profit, ,. Write ,for them to-day.

    >r ) controls the inflammation, Mrs. }!. W. Burroughs, t\fTuUlLhl\lolil't' }o.. J. CHRIST & Co., Toueno O. 4HR31AN KALI WORKS rNeer
    /.... sr I Kind quiets the fever,soothes, heals. and Mrs. W. D.FlaLiynon. of old Towu' We, the undersigned have known lo'. y0rtE-93 ........Stnet. or Atlanta. 0.-122. C.nd" Bultol'ftC
    It !ha Tuesday of Cheney for the last fifteen years, and a.
    Ask about this. were guest (1'1. E p' .. w
    ,' your doctor ,I believe him perfectly honorable In all ... t.MAiIk' .
    Duncan. They were en roate to bagmen flnnncially -.- '
    BlphtPrices. The best kind ol a t*.tln OttUl- old I transactions and --
    kte! ; "Sold for over sixty MA -"* Towa. __ 1 able to carry oat any obUgations made '
    | by his nrra.WiLDreo.. ,
    .by r.0.Ay..Ow.t.w.ll.7faM It,:M. BoarborouKh la erecting a ".,1t. ,i Kiss AS & MARVKC.
    ..,W I All 312e.. 1.4_.-..-.. ., on property recently aeiaireil Wholesale DruRgUts,Toledo uHall's ('P' JACKSOJtVILLE, 1T.OKIDA. r
    i tags il whim
    \ ;Jl"'l r r N.B.HL'll hers 9 d SALtAOUILLL.I .: near the boas county Mr.
    ,(, U the third Scarborough hat mucous surface of the system. Testimonial j
    i'%. P. 0. B'gPst4lrs. w... 10....._I w.,.. 1.a. .. bullS in'Starte, daring the past few *tent free. Price 76 cents per.bottle .. PORTABLE OUTFITS A SPECIALTY. : J
    tbe .....UM .f all an*..- lIe is proving klniself. hold/ by all druggists. Writ for OaulocM. a
    J'AJ *_ th41 month good I I1. Take Ball's FamUy Fill for cousin Said .. cujr t.rn. c,,. Ward urn* J.M.r_ Stroef'I._ I
    Hasten recovery toy Pln. Plll.: fownbailder. I, fttion. .. tf
    }I' bowel regular with Ayr .t':

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