Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
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December 6, 1907
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOL.' XXIX. : STARKE, FLORIDA DEC 16ER)6, 1907. NO. 2 31 .
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Happy Marriage 01! Two _. Should Be Done by the Lease of County Convicts toe Most Important

Raiford Has Promising Future, Writes of Ja and IndIvidual Citizens. Transaction. -
People | ;
A visitor. SuGAR KETTLE
MOVES LIVELY. On Saturday at 4 'who visit Starke occasion- I The board of county commissioners ;

Rev. P. T. L. Queen, of Jacksonville, beautiful though s their.surprise over the great I met December 2d with W. A, Bessent r

who visits Bradford county occasional. Thomns J. Townsend : ent8 they note from time to N. O. Wainright, O. J. Knight, D. J. .

ly, writeJ the Telegraph his impressionsof tineLawson: was. : only in the extension of the Byrd and J. H. Dowling present. Min BARNEY JOHNS 1 AND J. S, BENNETT '

THREE FINE RESIDENCE.PROPER Raiford, the of our county towns, as of Mrs. L. A. Herndon betterment of the streets, but utes of last meeting approved. '

follows:' : street, Jacksonville, Fla. : ,and tidiness apparent Ervin Griffis was reinstated'on pensionlist HATE ENCOUNTER.
TIES CHANGE HAKDS, This 12 miles north of 0 .
R young son, pastor First Baptist at$x.50 per month.

Starke on A. O. L. :railway, is rapidly. ting. Only a few of true, and .now when the good B. B. Brown placed on pauper roll at Bennett Was Bitten and Bruised and

Several Thousand Dollars InvolvedIn forging aheSd; along, commercial n4i.p, closest friends of the begun do ,not stop, it.uDa. $3 per month. *

dnstriai lines of' a.ivsnce4c; ,tt',,4s } ties were present. The ceasing" There are many Mr. Bowden, representing the Tampa Johns Was Shoved Info Kettle -

y [ the Realty Transfers of the situation is fortunate', beingt'm the ten ingly beautiful in her should be done, some by in Fair Association, appeared before the Wafer. ,. ;

;. 'fast '\Week. ter of commmunity rich in soil and a tailored coat suit of and others lithe town. board in- the interest of the fair, to be OJ oF Hot .,.;,

agricultural products. Under the con cloth in the latest : should refrain from held at Tampa February 5th,to 22d next

trol aud management of men of large hat and gloves to 'anything into the gutters and and asked the board to make 'j\ff. effortto News has been received here about a', t ,. VI
-The following important real estate experience and energy the village, is the t' the tree flow of I have tho txhibit -
E send is youngest can stop I county get up on difficulty that occurred between J. S. .
deals have been consummated within destined to reach a position of commanding Lawson, of Forsyth, Ga. ; They should cut the high I stating that all expenses for transporting Bennett and Barney Johns, on the '

the last few days and show the confidence importance among the trade she has been their vacant lots. They exhibits both ways will be paid by former's'farm, southwest of Highland. ;

of farsighted men in Starke centers of the state. of the State Board of trash from getting onto the the Association, the only expense to the last Thursday afternoon. It seems.that :

! property: There are three general stores, two During that time she and streets? they should trim county. being for a competent Bennett had employed Johns, to boil '

Last Saturday Senator E. E. Canova, millinery stores two cotton gins, a friends in Jacksonville, .trees. All this can be done man to take charge of the exhibit. W. syrup for him and ship it to Jackson-,

of Sanderson, bought from Dr. A. H. shingle, mill\ going up, a graded school, has she endeared' or no .expense. Repairing A.,Bessent was appointed to investigatethe ville, where Bennett lives, but that the

Freeman the block bounded by Ninth a Baptist church and a number of acres whom she has been smoothing the dirt sidewalks outlook for an exhibit and report at shipments had nqt been atisfac!ory..-

street on the south, Tenth street on the+ devoted to strawberry culture. Mr. A. position may be filled Painting dwellings, and next meeting. Bennett went to see about it and arrived -

north, Oak street on the east and Walnut I D. Andrews and the Rich Bros. have a her place in the more, is well worth Notary public bonds of G. H. Registerand on his farm at the time mentioned,

street on the west. This is a very strong grip on the mercantile businessof leaves will always be on as, not to consider the im. Wm. H. Kerce approved. and soon after engaging in conversationwith

desirable piece of property, containinga the community while other pursuitsand She is an of tJle.premises, thej Firearms bonds of Drew'Reddish, J. Johns the two men got into a':

spacious dwelling house and many deversified interests are in the. with charming ; the (now very valuable)' E. Byrd, W. G. Seals and C. E. Ren- quarrel Bennett called Johns a liar,

fruit trees, and there is ample room fora hands of farmers and mechanics. dispositionand a most mucll longer than without oEf-a.pprOvcd and permits issued. upon which>,,tJohn$' struck him on the

etoro building, too, if Mr. Canova There is but one shadow of uncertainty ter. Obliging to the ( Applications for state pensions of S. back with ,a stick. Bennett turned

should decide to enter the mercantile overhanging the future of Raiford, and fice, and as gratefully '\' mentioned improvements S. Proctor, Eliza A. Cone, Isabel M. around and hit. Johns in the face with

business after he moves here. It is that is the placing of too high valuation kindness herself, it is citizens should bring Crosby approved.:. his fist with such force that two bonesin

probable that Mr.*Canova and family upon vacant property. There is. a she goes right to the are some' that the city The coaty convicts leased to P. H. Eater his right haxt were broken. .'Johns

will move here soon, at least possessionmust tendency among our urban populationto whose good :fortune it ; : The ditches and gutters in ; of Alochua county, for 1908, at $26 then grappled with Bennett and daring

be given on January 1st next. move into towns and cities. This is It is these attributes carry away storm water per mouth each. the scuffle seized the third fitiger: of the. .

Dr. Freeman, in turn, bought from largely due, to a growing desire on the that give inspiration for kept in a condition to fulfill Granted, a new public road from the atter's left hand with his teeth. Johns '

Captain A. L. von Kim, the same day, part of our young people for a broader "The Hanging of the Then there ,are several northwest corner of section 28, township is powerful man and Bennett rendered e, ..... '

his fine residence corner of Walnut and unity of fellowship and a higher reachin from homes filled as in .the town too low and wet Qr range 22, to run east on section line hors de combat by having his right .,. r,

Jefferson streets. Consideration $3000. the realm of social advantage. the beautifully upon or cultivate' r-*ese to.Temp10. t' ue.. hand disabled and the left held' by* l<1

This places the doctor nearer to his office Things well enough in their way, butt womanhood of the drained. But some of these. .Commissioners Bessent and Wainright Johns' teeth, found that there must be

which will, no doubt, be a great he farm is the basic rock of all health nate. r. : be drained as long as the were appointed a committee to investigate : "something doing" right quick if he A

convenience on account of his large and ful prosperity and the throne center of Mr. Townsend is a all the water in the town- house the grounds.,matter of fencing the court would escape severe punishment. ....

f constantly growing practice. He and social joys surpassing in their pleasurethe Dekle, of Lake Butler, ,creek-is allowed to fill up Warrants in payment of bills were The scuffle teak. place near the sugar ; .... .... I

his family will move into their new gilded scenes of social life in the of W. C. Townsend ;: of all kinds, causing it. to drawn as follows: furnace and the kettle was full of hot ( '

home by January 1st. town or city. But we are reaching a turpentine and lumber -adjaoent.-low lands after.a. ON PAUPER FUND. ,water. Bennett navigated his opponent, > I
Mrs Jeff Jones'' _______,____...___..__..__ $5 O .
in the history of this .
Captain and Mrs von Kim say that a period country State and well known e.days. of, heavy, rain. This William Lung_.._________.___.-------...._ 5 00 toward the kettle andt the pshycho -
much smaller house than that thei'nowoccupy when the population of rich agricultural circles. He is ge of some of the low Andrew Kerce-------____.--_.________._..... 3 00 logical moment, with all the effort he
: Starling sistersx-ls___-_.____........ 8 00
will be.jufficient for their needs districts ill congregate in village settlements tertaining, and withal of question, as the creek at the Vina Lee and daughter.-_..._......... 5 00 .was'capable of, dumped Johns into the
Brown_. _.____ .. ._ 5 00
and they will probably move into one and villages already started ness capacity. He is drainage is most needed J Morgan
of their cottages.on the day mentioned.The have great advantage in securing in. ner and right-hand the ditches. As the Tele- Jane Mary-Lanet Johns _..__._.,..._._.__.-....:._....._.__..?_._,,. 4 5 00 00 else to think about .and he let go Ben-- .
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last real estate deal was madeSfonday crease! in population, but they may the days of astrology w ; remarked. the fall:of ,the ,Martha Thornton___-----_sjtr;-_.. 400Emeline W's finger in ,his'haste to get 'out of '
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and settlers (}rt 1s. ___ _2 50
capital new away by ? "
when Mr. ,H. H. EJarbee 4.1 he was born under a is so heavy that only,a short 'W H. Ward_,_._____%._.._ 8 00 the.J.llth, Bystanders: now interfered \t.
bought from Jas. E.: EUn. of Norwalk, plpdug J too high valuation upon their such a wife. They left f it heeds improvement so as E.-0.Crews_.:_;;i-_,s.._L...-_...._.___.._.>.:;"400 and the figbt-.etmed.- Mr Bennett ret \..- '
Ellen 2 50 -
.Wh1tmorer---- *-
Conn. Ids house and lot on North Walnut holdings. Raiford has a promisingf EMt Coast railroad for, overflowwithin, th e.A tavii. ,141' Strkfclaxid and daughter-_ 4 00 'arv d to Jacksonville with ;,nth J handa .-y-. ''

'Btre&JTbppoeite .D.....; "Jit..._Goroto'.* .if wisely., maw"T ged. .,<, air' Hiirari\-=" :IIS F atlo _.H..#.".,."..._...-_.--_.,_-_u'...:-__>._._-:-:.-.._.._._--... ''I 7) ((h ban .aged?! d' Hr. Johns :was' hurt in \\.... y.'
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itooe.. T As -14( lirbee Ates to 'aVWateh'streetTJ Nancy:Conner.- 5 'I the shoulder where it"struck the of-
4 t COTTON "begun ** John. tcLbnnaa... .. _.__ _._ ..,_ .__..,..B edge
have viilngs in ushi )-shape" around his WILLIE A CANDIDATE FOR SENATOR GROWERS TO : o*11.a bcrat*> three quarters of a- Caroline Griffls__...?___-_?_.'._i.:::..-.?_fc...... 4 ,the kettle a&d *as. preumably scalded .
Mrs.Breeze_. ._..__ 7 00 \
premises, it is. probable that he will : a capacious channel exists the D.J.Bo; ? 4 00 to some extent. No arrests as 'far as' .

make some necessary improvementsthere Hr. Andrews Says He WIn Ask PeopleFor President Jordan Ibb carried away without Mrs.James 0.Parri 1d----h_..._;?_. 3 500 50 we can learn. have followed.
in the near future. : This is something the city Elizabeth Johns_ 4 00

I Th' Tj: deals involve, a total of, seven This Honor. By the power vested look into. Eliza NoraBawllns.Albert.___Rawlins:00.-_____?.._______ 2 00 KNOTS OF PYTHIAS ELECT OFFICERS "
thousand dollars, which is sot a bad A. D. Andrews, of Raiford, was Amanda Thomas....?._. 4 00 .
ident of the Sea Island '
Wm.Connor_.__ 2 50
record in the real estate market for a among the visitors in Starke Monday.For tion, all '. Of TEACHERS ASSOCIATION Ervin Griffla.__.___________________.---_--_. 3 50 .. ,.' f !
county J. J. Roster---------_.______ 3 00
some time there has been a rumor authorized and 4't and Officers Levina Reardoa____._________________ 6 00 Starke Lodge No. 34 Is( In Flourishing
week.CRACKSMEN current that Mr. Andrews would probably of l Papers Read Frank W& 5 00 Condition. '
VISIT HAWTHORN.Were county meetings Delia Hall 200
be a candidate I for state senator or before the third T Elected. Sam WJGllsson Hankeeson..______._____________:. 300 500 At the regular meeting.of Slarka

Unsuccessful In Robbing Safe in the campaign next*spring. We ber for the purpose of County Teachers' Asso Henry Padgett:::---.__I----___------::.::=_3 CD Lodge No. 34, K. of P. last Wednesday '
learn that in with friends here at Lake Butler November Viney>.ras-_______-_____________. 3 00
But Cause Disastrous Fire. talking for the new year and John German_______________________-_______ 3: 00 ,night, officers for the ensuing term were
Monday he practically confirmed the annual meeting of the the inclemency B B Brown__--__--____._________.--_____-___ 3 00 elected as follows: t

From tho Gainesville Daily Sun. of rumor, saying to them that it was bis held at Valdosta,'Ga., the meeting was largely 167 50 J. S. Cassie, chancellor commander;
the 4th inst. we copy the following: there 51 teachers GENERAL FUND. t
present intention to formally announcehis being pres. J
Hawthorn visited disastrousfire January 1908. Light and Water Plant_____n____________$ 4 40 R. R. Tison, vice-chancellor; C. A.
was by a candidacy whenever the campaign; At these county Association felt greatly hon W H Hollingsworth, Janitor______________ 12 00 Futch, prelate; T. P. Wall, master of a
about 2 o'clock Tuesday morning, I with them Prof. Suhrie, A V Long county: attorney:__n------___ 4 17
opens. propriate time for the J W Morgan, stationery_______________-___ 4 05 work; N. W. Francis; master-at-arms
when the store of F. J. Hammond, one Mr. Andrews is one of the best known annual dues of the : and Captain Lynch, of E L Odom, supervisor registration10 40 R. A. Weeks, keeper cf records and "
extensivoin : E S Matthews,publishing rt'portsHu W
of the largest and most
and most popular citizens of the county every county J N Langford, 1 day with board ___mn 2 00 i seal; E. P. Duncan, master of ex- 'Iti
East End, was. burned to the ground, and will be an exceedingly strong can was called to order by ,T N Lnngford, inquest,Jesse Reddish_.__ 7 48 i
r ; er standing with the W T Weeks: clerk-------------------------- 50 COWT chequer; A. C. Odom, inner guard; A.
entailing a loss of about $18,000, with didate. Whether there will be other Scott and officers were Weeks, wood------------------------- 450
land Cotton AssocI
N C Wainrightcommissioner-I 4-j I E. Wall, outer guard; C. F. Hoover and
1 $11,000 insurance. entrie or. not is unknown at this time.It 'I association is earnestly follows: G W Alderman. collator's L-ommibhion__ 00 S5 Dr. N. W. Francis, grand representatives
From the information which could be is understood 'however that Senator -J. C. Poppell. J L Warren phone n.nt-----, 1 soT
fect the county .T Dekleinqnest Jesse Rt'dOJ. h.- 3 VIT ; T. W. Fielding and J. C. Hoover,
obtained over the telephone, it appearedthat the F. L. J Dekle Walter Swab3
Crews would probably not say no if farmers Higdon. ,viewing body a)
alternates N. T. Ritch W. T. Weeks
upon our ; ,
T J Dekle, Inquest jury,Jesse lteddlsh8 COT
entered the store and
burglars nomination was tendered to him, and organization and the -Miss Mary Hall. J Dekle. witnesses. Inquest Reddish... 1 () and J. M. Trnby, trustees.
blew open the safe. The safe, however Mayor A. Z. Adkins of Starke, is knownto gave the teachers a very J N Langford: 1 day with board_:________ 2 CDD
cessityp| wising our .T Byrd co commissioner_..u---.. 400 The lodge is in a flourishing condition,
was a vault with double doors, have long cherished the desire to of welcome, which was N C Wainright. ..? ____--_____ 4 COCJKnijfht : ,
debt.l, l\ | golden : ______ __ ___, 400J having a membership of over 80! Sir .
the door affected -n ...
and only first was by "
Prof. J. O.
wear the title of"Senator. has been taught to by Poppell. H Dowling -un------ 7 00 and several and
us by Knights Pages Exquires.
the explosion, the papers and money being was then taken and C J Knight -_u_..___I u__" SCO
money which'we ? up D J Byrd .u-u.--.- 6 40 They expect to reach the 100 mark dur-
Jeft intact.It JOHN BENNETT ARRESTED. ture and permanent be a very interesting and in- -253-<3 ing 1908 which will entitle them to three
is not whether the explosion .
known The first subject "Ex
one. ,
our cotton crops free grand representatives and make them a 1 .
1 frightened the burglars away, or Teaching Value of Testing Pu II D May, road ___--_.-------.._....1(000(
that their efforts reach of the speculator. Ely Griffis ____________..__: -___x,17 60 power in the Grand Lodge.
whether, after discovering Charged With Assaulting to Harder W School Work, was very Jy! Jones II __j..._' 500 '
uuu. The installation will take place the .
futile J X Brownlee II _____ ._______ .. I' t
to get into the safe were Prof. Wilder Miss r--- -- 285Him )... ?.;
C.)Pons In Jacksonville. Pres. Sea Island by Kelly .__.____xjt..;_--- !0 00 first Thursday night in January and olL* 't '
they took what they wanted from the Mr. Padgett and others. An J T Andrews __n______..__ 5 63 \ ..
John Bennett white, was arrested F. G. SCHELL, W A Bessent II ____u_________..II 800W'A memfceiland visiting brothers"hr requested ..' -
stock and set the building on fire. However then read "The k "*'* '
paper was on Bessen\ ------1f-------- 4 20 .. ..
it is conceded to be incendiary last night on a charge of discharging All county of Home and School," C J Knight II .. .- -:...-----. 6960 ; to be'pr sent: \
firearms within the city limits, althoughthis to forward the names J IS Thomas ...-...1'Z; :'JO: 'it",, -.:
either way. Davis and discussed by J 1'Andrews +'" hr. i iXC.w8 '
: was r : oJ,4'.l
will all newly elected ; little Boy Badly Burned.
The loss is a serious one to Mr. Hammond morning the charge be changedto ** 4': r r""** ***>* R'L- +n..lgh-" ,_>> "dd'i&i' riF.c.7rssr...' t. \J
that of assaulting to kill,'W& 0. Pons F. G. Schell, Lake oo1saki9eAustin "4 : Mr. J. F. P. McMurry returned home
who has been engaged in business nfternoon: the question box'was, A D Andrews nail. H1.1.1
having taken out a county warrant '. -, Wester Co road mach'nry. :... S-'W. 1 Monday from Gainesville where Lespent
is '. ,
in Hawthorn for many years, regarded WILL, INSTALL cussed. "Should All Pu .f I.
charging Jjim with the crime last night. "4i .nJ I several days at the bedside of his
as one of the most substantial uired to Take the Full Course FINE AND FORFEITFUND.! '.
:"\ .erchants in his section of the county. The alleged assault occured in Price's Work On This New ?"-by Prof. J.-H.: Owens, came Carlyle Peek,walks for court r' __..$184 35 grandson, the. two-year old son of f,- 1-
saloon at the of and'For- W H sanita ___._
corner Bridge Hollingsworth Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Perry. The childwas
H& friends sympathize with him in this Be waS discussed, byJSnperinteudf: N W Francis, county phY11'c1; n._____ 54'IT "
loss but congratulate I bim that would. syth streets, early last night, where the Prof. and Mistf'Rnff }A H Freeman.medical serT1 :':_ .___ ,4 50 severely burned on Tuesday".Xov- -
[J N Langford,feeding prisoners___._.... 5 eo ,
s I be burglars were unsuccessful in gain men were drinking together. Arrangements have having given his'place on !H Austin painting jail:.___._4.__., _: 10 00 ember 26th and for a time his recovery
From what could be learned last nightit pleted whereby the J M Rivers phone messages --.--...._ 105 was despaired of, but he is now very ,
ing access to the money in the safe. to Captain Lynch, the pa* W-H Hollingsworth .,;':-,_r.___ 2l* CO
It is supposed that Mr. Hammond seems, as though a row was started in Company, with .. oul *!eachera- Attend Normal J'N Langford, BiabeeDeSue,case,...__? 4 V6 much better.
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Warren phone jail.
the saloon whereupon Bennett drew his The child the
sonville have was playing near
has estab- agreed open
will rebuild at once, as Schools" was discussed by L Deklnellfeedingprlsoner.s: : 120
k revolver and fired several shops, Pons for the manufacture of T 3 ?. _.. __ 210 fireplace when his dress caught fire.
shed a large and profitable trade in the Stiltrie.-dcan'of the Norma T B Rosier _____ ...:.._ 555u f
iwthorn.section. being the supposed target. City Detectives the waste from the df T i Dekle.G Bay ca-KJl___ :_._ 72 His screams brought Mrs. Perry quietly" a .
Crawford and Cahoon and Dep Go's. mill. The retort ent JStetsonAJniversity; gave A A Dorden __ __,.__,.__ 4 83 to the rescue, but before the
tiDg address .on. "Better J W Hilton, W Williams caseAADnrden ,___. :-._ 1 ft
\ Lecture on Soils uty Frank Jones were in the vicinityand erected close to the for.Teaching." *"? *'_ ; a w could be smothered out the litt1't boy i. }
/ J W Andrews, Sarah Hamilton case0 42
Mr.MY. G. Smith, of the national heard the shots, and. rushing to the- on it will begin about l :of the absence.of. -airs: J W Hilton. Ed. Wells, case.,..,-__-.._____ -'148 was badly burned about his body and
A A Durden ** _____
agricultural department, as previously scene they took charge of Bennett and It has not been'finally, and also for lack of time .two J'W Andrews, Pompey- Smith case'bar a C7 hi QM>e was lso slightly injured. !

announced in the Telegraph held his sent him to police headquarters. The the plant to be just were leftover until next meet '' :3G2: -52:; Escaped Prisoner Recaptured.Sheriff .
soils house in case will probably come up before Jus- the mill waste, f
lecture on at the court use up ? The board then adjoarned until the
Starke last Thursday forenoon. The tice Willard this morning for a prelim ing it to work up Owens and Higdonond: first'Monday- Janurry7 E&08.:->: Langford arrested George .

day being that of Thanksgiving, it was inary hearing.-Times-Union; Thursday stumps are the : niilton were appointed: an,ex: _' } W. T. WJCEI&,-;"..: erk. Thomas colored, at miles M. J. Austin's
purpose for take in newlandand cross-tie camp, seven northwestof
nn pcitizens? ions for the our inittee. The Association < ,
then felt much more like discussing glad to hare the Notice. : J Starke Wednesday afternoon.
journed to meet ""
the products of the toil than the ..Cards., of Thanks. them away.MethodIst'. at Hampton We have been informed 1 t:;certain Thomas shot a negro woman throughthe

soil itself, and the audience.was small. I extend my heartfelt thanks to the canvassers have been working Bradford hand a few days ago near Raiford
had secured Prof. Suhrie to
But his hearers' were eager 'to gain kind friends who: so generously helped Church county claiming to be our agents. We and is charged with assault with intentto

knowledge on the subject and say they me to care for'my.dear, departed wife Preaching 11 'a:. m. entertainment, .for the Associa, .wish to ,inform the, public that we employ 1tiu. He was arrested last Sunday,

derived much benefit from the interest during her illness. May they, if mis- Sun lay School 9:45 >..m., and it gas, greatly en no agents. Any person claimingto but by working a little ruse on DeputyT.

ing'lecture. It is hoped Mr. Smith.will fortune should! overtake: them find. like Prayer Epworth.meeting League : all present. .r. be connected with o r._studio in any .. B.'_Rosier made his escape and re. i

come again when he fan have a large I did, friendship' and sympathy. Everybody cordiA1lr; your: order. for job!: printing, mariner is a fraud. HOOVER, BROS., mained at large until Sheriff Langford ;
it. J Starke.'Fla. recaptured him Wednesday.
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.. -l-H-H-I-H-H-I-M: : I I -H-H-M-1: I MMIf : .- /VV] ............ ........0.eoo the uneaten pie. as he quickly rose and Fooled the Teacher.

.. S f:E Fun From Old Bottles. i .I i, : Magical! Century.._.J > .....Leading''a L am.J b. :. [.fateand. the e o.e extended Beside girl of his his wonderful hand.friend. grace Mrs. ,White richly stooda attir- ed dwelling The n point Sunday upon In the school the lesson future teacher v'here reward had she reach was of

1-H-i I M-M'l' I I H.I I 1 I I ''M I-H-. o ed with simplicity of elegance in white, those who behaved properly here when

Though there is a fragile sound to curious game with a hundred numbers i Lemon 13k.By her fluffy hair framing a face of rarest the audacious small toywho frequents -
[OrIginaL beauty. In her large brown were
called the "magical century," can ] eyes most Sunday schools spoke up
the name, dolls of glass are quite sub- "It makes me tired," said Aunt La- ---- written surprise as they gazed into.his
be played by observing the following ."" and. asked If all good people went to
stantial and almost unbreakable. Whatis vial "to see you girls going about : EMILIE LOVETT. : own from over the red roses at her heaven. '
directions: If the number 11 be multiplied .
andwon't .
more, they stand firmly erect wostin your time when should beettin throat / his
you teacher.
It by any one of the nine digits the Copyrighted,1907,by il.31. Cunningham. e "Miss In- "Certainly.
topple over or fall down. requires Cathawny11": Hadley
husbands. What yf goin' to do "Well has grandmother to
skill to make them two figures of the product will always ..............0..00.00.... troduced Mrs White. Angela, my my gone
no particular the
when y' get forty or fifty years old heaven? persisted questioning
for but glass be alike, thus: AH his life Dick had dear, this is Dick Hadley. son of my
either, they are nothing and no homes? It's well enough's long Hadley youngster.

bottles In tissue paper clothes. Gatherup u u u u 11 n n u 11 long's y'er young* but you forget looked forward to the time when nil girlhood's dearest friend and I hope "Surely she has. my boy. If she wasa \
1 2 S 4 6 6 7 8 9 you two will become acquainted whileI
your bottles, lay in a stock of white that your youth 'n' good looks Is giveny' alone and unmolested in luxuriousease good woman."

and colored tissue paper, and you will u rt 23 44 65 cs n 83 93Now for a purpose 'n' that purpose Is to with calm oblivion to the worldat sit "with: an old friend farther up the No, she hasn't," declared the fun
git married. large, Le could sit with undisturbed loving youngster. "There she is over ,
if ,
have abundant material for a brand another person and yourself "Once remarked Miss Y
a time.
"But, Aunt Lavinla." said a pouting satisfaction and devour an entire lem upon there!" ;l
new entertainment for the children. have each fifty counters and the agree- Cathaway as IIadley seated her next
miss of eighteen, "we can't ask the'men on pie. The teacher turned to other phases !
Any bottles and all bottles will an ment Is to never stake more than ten. And to the window, "while visiting an aunt
at the of of the lesson.
to marry us. And sometimes a' now, age twenty-four.
swer, provided they are empty and at a time you may tell him, if he will fellow '11 hang about a girl for a long athletically broad shouldered and tall, In the south I became m, and when

clean. Big and little, fat and slim, with permit you to stake first, you will un- while, keeping other fellows away: and with a face capable of inspiring both convalescing the physician in attend-

high shoulders or slender waists, you dertake to make an even hundred be- never ask her. There's Ben Pitner trust and respect a fact which men ance consented to my earns.requestto HUMPHREYS'Specifics

can make some kind of a doll of almost fore he does. In order to win out you been devoted to Lucy Somers ever admired and women loved, he had be permitted to taste a small piece cure by acting directly on the !
of lemon
any bottle. must first stake one and, rememberingthe since a :year ago last January, and boarded the fast train at Washington pie. tick parts without disturbing the rest of

Round bottles with long necks make order of the above series, con they're not engaged yet." with Its few stops between there "There was none In the house and the

the best lady dolls, while slim, short stantly add to what he stakes as manyas "Pshaw! Lucy hasn't got any in- and his destination, Laurel Md., with my aunt who strongly opposed the system.No.. 1 for Fevers. .t

round flat will make than the the wished for and idea of any injudicious eating on my No. 2 Worms.
necked bottles, either or are one more num- genuity. Do you suppose a young long much thought

best for men dolls. Almost any shape bers 11, 12, 33, etc., of which it is com- man's going to make up his mind to of treasure in his hand. clothes. So usurping one No. 3' Teething.No. .

will answer for the children and ba posed till you come to 89, after which give up his Independence and assume Ever and always before had some _and with the cook's plaid 4 Diarrhea.No. J

the other player cannot reach the cen- the cares o* matrimony all by himself. thing happened to prevent the realiza- y head"Angela paused. 7 Coughs. ')
bies.Whatever kind of bottle you use, tury mark or prevent you from doingso. He knows he's standin' over a cOld tion of the admirable anticipation. Sun- "Yes. yes! said Richard his splen-" No.8" Neuralgia.No. S

cork in it first then make If the who Is faced reminiscence with faint fragrance did eyes alight "And what then? Headaches-
always put a ; person your opponent water bath and has to be pushed In. ny 9

a head by pasting a strip of rather is. not posted in the game you I'll tell you about a case I knew of of blossoms, stole over him as "I feebly walked out of the kitchen No. 10 Dyspepsia.No. .

stiff yellow wrapping paper around the may Brake any other number first under once. There was a young man named door and through the the 11 ,* Suppressed Periods. ;.

-- neck, extending a trifle above the 10,' provided you afterward take Jake-never mind his other name-whp confectionery store near by. only to No. 12 Whites.No. ,

mouth of the bottle. Taste the, paper care to secure one of the last terms, was devotln himself to a girl called find all the pies sold. Imagine my dismay 13 Croup. 1

together at tho edges so that the head 50; G7, 78, etc., or you may even let Ruth. lie asked her to go to all the The only thing In life 1 craved No. 14 The Skin.

will 1i e slightly cone shaped, wider, at him stake first, provided you take care parties and shoves and. such things at that time! A gentleman; stepped up No. 15 Rheumatism.No. .

t the top than at the bottom; then cutoff afterward to secure one of these num- with him and looked sour as vinegar if t and offered me his. for which I gavein 16 :Malaria

the point formed at the lap. If the bers. she went to any of 'em with anybodyelse. return a silver dime. It was a No. 19 Catarrh.

head slips down too far. paste will hold This game may be played with other Sometimes he'd hint around lemon pie. deliciously golden with a No. 20 Whooping Cough.No. .

it In place. Draw the features with numbers, but to be successful you about matrimony bcin' a serious mat golden brown heap frostily arrayed on 27 The Kidneys.No. .

.- pen and Ink and the hair with a paint must divide the number to be attained ter and shouldn't be entered without \ the top. I have never forgotten the" 30 The Bladder.No. .

brush, dipped In Ink. There should be Tjy a number which Is a unit greater countin' the cost Then he'd say ho pie. I shall never forget the man 77 La .
out of window.
obi the to extend the neck than what stake each time gazing steadily

room paper you can was awful feared he'd never have a
that fit
small bottles of pellets the vest
the ?
a quarter of an Inch below the chin. and the remainder will then be the wife 'n' a home because they cost so A/1/ [I'A' exclaimed"Would Dick you recognize with fellow heart pocket.[ At Druggists or mailed 25c. each.

The skirts, waists, cloaks, hats, caps number you-first staked. For example, much money. The girl couldn't say pounding X3F Medical Guide mailed free.

and bonnets of the women and childr suppose the number to be attained is anything against thisIdea, so she Jlst F "Yes.. replied Angela. with downcasteyes. New Humphreys'lied.York.BRADFORD. Co.Cor.William John Street.

n are all made of tissue paper cut C2 and that you are never to add more agreed with him and told him that If J1fJ.J

I lin circles of various sizes. Of course than six. Then dividing 02 by 7 the she married she supposed she'd have to "Would you know the dime?"

; the size of the circle must depend upon remainder Is 3, which will be the number marry some one that was doln' well, l The girl's eyes flashed Indignantly. LODGE NO. 35, F. &,A. M

the size of the bottle you are dressing, you must stake first, and whateverthe whether she liked him or not "Certainly not. coldly.

and you will have to measure to find other stakes you must add to It as "So It went on from month to month Hadley took from his pocket his :Meets Second :Monda

ll. i I out Just how large to make It In maktw..1 much as will make it equal to 7, the till Ruth got mighty tired of It She watch, to the ring of which was at- and Fourth Wednesd '
tached small silver coin. in Each
ling j a skirt measure from the waist number by which you divided.-St. Just give Jake the cold shoulder for I a Evening j r
"See how I treasured it nIl these Month.
/ i down allow about a quarter of an inch Louis Post-Dispatch. awhile. Then one day she went into "
of for And Visiting Brethren fraternally
and let that length be the length of the store-Jake. was clerking for the years searching you. look
he cried In exuberance of displaying invited to attend
spirits -
j i half of the square from which you cut The Farmyard. proprietor-and asked for some white
'. the emblem of bliss from the D. M GORNTO, W. M.
your circle. First cut your square, This is a play that Is always fun for silk. The proprietor waited on her W. LAKE, Sec'y.

fwhlch will be twice the length of the children, and even "grownups" can en- and'$owed her lots o' pieces but they brown paper bag. "I even go armed

I skirt; then fold it through the middle Joy it and forget their years for a weren't any of 'em good enough for her with a lemon pie when on a hunt for FRANK: CLARK. THOS. W. FIELDIM,.
And that I've found
Into an oblong, bring the two short time.A till they came to the finest piece In the you. now you

edges of the oblong together and make boy chosen for farmer calls the store. She told him to cut her a sam- life seems crowned with" Clark & Fielding,
1 "Laurel! Laurel!" shouted the offi-
a square; fold tho square diagonally, children out one by one, gives them ple of It and asked him how much he Lawyers. .

I fold the triangle through the middle each the name of some beast or fowl calculated It would take to make hera cial."That! "

and make a sharper triangle.-St. Nich and Instructs them when ho raises his dress. conductor Is a knowing one. Practice in all Courts, State and Federal
exclaimed Dick.
olas. right hand, the horse Is to neigh, the 'With a train' he asked.
c. "Well, have two become
acquainted -
cow to moo, and so on. When he lifts 3 'Y cs. a long train-long as a comet's you Offices over Gainesville National Bank
I Let Us Imitate the Songs of Birds. his left hand all must be silent except tail.' ? inquired Mrs. White. bearing -

Whistles to imitate the songs of birds the donkey.and the rooster, who are 'TrImmed with orange blossoms?' down upon them noting with sur- Gainesville, Fla.
be "A GENTLEMAN JUST BOUGHT TUB LAST prise the radiant face of Miss Cathn-
made in
may readily different
ways. privately instructed 'otherwise. When 'Yes. I may as well own that It's ONE."

Remove the spout from a small toy the farmer lifts his left hand they to be trimmed with orange blossoms, way. "You naughty creatures you've Dr. J. H. TwiggsOffice
back In the past he saw' again the old been and invited
eating pie never me
teapot, make a whistle at the lower
must bray and crow the louder. The but I don't want you to say anything
end of a quill and fit that end to'the porch of the southern; Maryland home to a taste. We get off here. Come.
I effect Is very comical if the boy representing about It Got any stuff for a veil? at Postoffice
hole rt the left the and the group of little sisters! and Angela my dear hurry" she called Drug Store.
I teapot upon spout the donkey "hee-haws" in the "He showed her some veiling and
., J brothers around him clamoring for over her shoulder, "and tell Mr. Had- '
big removed. Then fill the teapot HAMPTON ,
proper manner. she took a sample of that and then FLORIDA.
t rather mote than half full of water, she went pieces of the pie which his mother had ley poodby." .

'iI blow the whistle, and glen birdlike Optical Illusions.A "She hadn't away.any Boonei4 got out &' Itie. pad
notes will be sounded.Another store the called Jake, ravenous mouth had l.K.'Iu'tl1lOO termlrAxI nlr. "Frf ni yrJri<1 inener ,-------, L ,.
I thaQ proprietor remained of the lemon pie? Only the shall be no such word ns .goodby ** huNfER
form of bird whistle be
may who had been waltln on a customerat iJo D R. T. D. .
satisfying remembrance of a generous And to this Dick
made day Hndley's boyish
out ot
a piece of elder or willow. the other end. where they sold the
heart dream of a time nil alone and unmolested -
Make in the middle of a piece of either groceries, and congratulated him on s"
Fleet footed recollection bounded in luxurious ease when in Tenders his professional services
of these woods a whistle, the wood be- being engaged. Jake said he wasn't to the
swiftly before him portraying the long calm oblivion to the world at large he
ing of course first hollowed out Place of
engaged, and then his employer' told people Starko and surrounding
forgotten day when in in enviable could sit with undisturbed satisfaction
one end of the whistle so made In the
him that he must 'a' lost his girl.
frame of mind be had seated himself and devour an entire lemon pie has Territory.Calls .
and the opposite end just under 'cause she'd been in to buy n weddin'

the surface of a glass of water, saysHome dress. Jake he turned white as a on a bench in one of the apparently never been fulfilled. answered promptly day or night.'
A REVOLUTION AX ILLUSION OF deserted squares of the city when a
Notes. By then blowing, the IN THE FIELD SPEED.OF cloth and like to fell In a fit

: birdlike notes, as with the quill and VISION. Rotation of this "That night he went over to see Rnth pale and unkempt newsboy in passing The Sailor Man. DR. A. H. FREEHAN
him in
the teapot, will be obtained. These Circles Impinging disk should give the Just 's soon as the store was shut up. paused eying hungry surprise. 'An old salt who navigates a bicycle ,
And that which remained of the lemon
:whistles may be made of metal or one upon another eye an impression She was expectin' him and was ready when In port was working u rapid passage Office two doors west of Gaskins' Drug
accentuate the of extreme velocity pie was the mark In the book of the *
glass as well as wood. movement when of movement for him. She sent word by her mother the other day when he collided Store, Starke.
the with
recording angel spirit
with a lady cyclist. After they had
dls4clsrotated. (Look that she wasn't feelln' very well and
{, The Letters Q. V. straight at the cen- she'd like to be excused. Jake nearly which the donor had given to anotherin extricated themselves from the wreck General practice limited to work in

ter.) -New York Herald.A greater need than be. town daylight ride out of town
:A perplexed boy what these let beside himself, sent a beggln' message the sailor made nn apology from
There bad been other and consultation.
ters mean, as used In encyclopedias.They that she'd come down for one moment, many which! she could gather little except
stand for the Latin words Sleepy Boy. similar Interruptions, but the time that he was
quod sincerely
he had to sorry. OFFICE
"('P. up. my boy it's time to dress," as something very particular which stood out beyond and above nil HOURS -- 1:30 to 4 p. m.,
vide "which see. used In "I'm sure I ought to be scuttled for
They are
Calls father In the morning say to her. She knew well enough others In *, and by appointment.R. .
encyclopedias and dictionaries in referring And then, a second afterward, what It was but she wasn't In a hurryto shadowy eyed memory was It mum." he said rapidly "but I

from one word to another. For There comes another warning. come down, so she sent word that the morning several years previous couldn't get yer signals no more thanif
"What, not up yet you lazy boy," when in passing through a southern F. ENSEY
writer in article the we werefeelln' through bank.
example, a an on she was busy sew In' and couldn'the a fog
Says father Quite severely; very town in bad the
winter he
partridge, may say, "The partridge Is "It's fifteen minutes since I called. call some other time? At the I was blowin for you to pass to port Civil and Mechanical EngineerOLD 'I

a species of game (q. v.)"-that is to And breakfast's ready nearly." word sevfln' Jake caught at the last and only pie in the one and only an' stcerin my course accord. Justas TOWN FLA.

say, the reader is referred to tho article piano. He considered It his death warrant confectionery store of the place and I was goln' to dip my pennant an*
want to
Now what I really know
when he was about to depart there 20
on game for further Information Is where those fifteen minutes go. lie sent up another message salute proper your craft refused to years experience in thefield.

about the partridge. -81. Nicholas. that If she'd come down long enoughfor had entered slowly Indeed almost obey her rudder an' you struck meforward. Contracting, Concrete Construction and
feebly a girl whose pale, thin face
.. him to say half a dozen words or Afore I could reverse your Railroad workSpecialties.Fla. .
showed of into
promise blossoming
"-- i he'd and wouldn't ever Jlbboom fouled my starboard mizzen .
.. so go away rare loveliness with good health and land lines Ir
; Dicky Turns Volunteer Fireman. bother her any more. environment rlggin. your flowln gown snarled up relocated with accuracy

....... "She scattered a lot o' threads over proper with my bobstay, blew out yer pneumatic -
Attired in a long, dark skirt evidently -
her dress, put a thimble on her finger parted yer toppln lift an' car-
1 1t the property of some one else ere it
.- and went down, lookln" for all the ried away my Jacksaddle down haul.
fell to her and with shawl of
f world 's if she was workin' night and As I listed I tried to Jibe, but I capsized COFFINS CASKETS II
and blue thrown her ,
green plaid over
) day cn a trusseau. When Jake saw keel up an' you were flounder- ,
I hair she had crossed to the \
fluffy in' in the wreckage." And a Full Line of
her he almost cried.
counter addressing a few words to the
'Ruth.; he says you've treated me By this time there was an interested Undertakers' Supplies
clerk in low tone.
shamefully dishonestly, received my a audience and the girl was mentally debating J

attentions all this time and then'- "A" gentleman Just bought the last whether she should run from a Always on hand. The best service -
one, the clerk had replied, and Had
'Laws 'a mercy/ says Ruth. 'I supposed lunatic or ask for an inter at the lowest prices. Special
ley perceiving the blank expression of .'
didn't think you meant anything!' preter. attention to Telegraph Orders.

i iL 'Not mean anything 1- speechless disappointment had silently But Jack's headpiece was still In his
handed to her his treasure receiv-
'No; I thought wTi was just good hand and be was not finished.
Registered Embalmer
ing in return a.sliver ten cent piece.
"I'm hopin" yer not enough damaged
friends.nd Frequently since then as commercial -
7 __- : you've zoneand; throwad- traveler he had for the "hospital," he went on, "but G. C. LIVINGSTON I
passed through
I'd be sunk if I be ,
over for that mis'able feller that no- wouldn't glad to
the same little town in the south always -
- ,__ J il body In this town considers fit for y'!" looking and watching for the girl stand yer watch till you righted. This Starke, Fla. 4
here little craft of will be
"Ruth she didn't know who he was yours as
+ whom be Intuitively knew to be now
I rt i talkin about for there wasn' any seaworthy as ever when her upper
t: the one woman In the world for him.
<< other feller In the case except oIske. works Is straightened out an' we get

t w But she didn't calc'late to say anymore Fate had always been most unkind wind Into her sails again. I'll Just tow '
and now all of that dream must per- T. W. SWEAT
lookedOrI1' her down to the dock for repairs"And
then she
Just so Just
t /
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force fall in line with the processionof
she smiled assent.-Illustrat-
an Dealer ln 1
other Impossibilities and fade away
'liow could do asked Jake. ed Bits.
It? '
you among tha soft white clouds In the for

'I didn't know you cared.' getmenot blue of the sky for Cousin Hides Furs and Shins.

'"Cared! Of course I cared. I've The Outlook Is Dark. ,
1 Sophia on dying bad Just left to Had-
(( 1 J loved you all the time since we first The Junior partner in a certain law
Highest market
ley in her will the entire bulk of her
met and have wanted you myselI !'.' firm passed into his office a day or two price p.aid.
riches on condition-and money meant
I If '::\ .>.rrla:: Is expensive,' says Ruth. ago with a dark cloud shadowing his
much to young Richard with his wid- Starke '
'Marriage:: without love Is expensive usually sunny front An underclerk Florida.
owed mother and the younger members -
but when two people love their unionIs drew the attention of the managing
of the family to be educated for
wo'tu a gold mine.' clerk to the fact expressing uneasiness."I .
both the social and business duties of
."Why didn't you talk that way a guess you'd be upset too if you 4EE .t04
life-that he marry Miss Angela Cath-
spell ago?* were la his position" the superior ex:
away of Maine a wealthy creature
caakln'up plained. "You know been married
1 wns thinkin' that-I was a he's
and an absolute stranger to lladlc)'. T D
c my mind." less than a ;year and he and his wife RrLVmz --
but who was a daughter of CousinSophia's Paieefls
l lL A portiere was drawn aside suddenlyand never had a dispute. Well. sir. last
first love. If he railed to win
a man's face appeared. night she dreamed he had abused her, v
her consent the property and money
"Hello. tncle Jake." cried chorus. and she was so mad about It that shewouldn't .
were to go to hospitals and schools in
of young voices. say goodby to him this morn- Ferry's Seeds
the Philippines. He was ,now on the
are the best known and
"Tellin' that again? be said. ing.
yarn way to meet her at a house party and- the most reliable seeds grown.
smiling. "Pretty tough ain't ltr Every package has behind It the reputation

"Why Aunt Lavtnia. I thought you "Hyattsville! Hyattsvlller called "You bet It is. And the worst of it of a house whose business standards are the
: the conductor, opening wide the door highest la the trade.
said her is he's afraid now shell dream he
name was RutL.
l1H Seed
-- for ascending Ferry' anvil wfll b*mailed
d' "So it was. I dropped the Ruth passengers"Why knocked her down and have him up in to&U applicant it contains eolored plau*.minyengrTU

A new toy helmet, a grate fire, and a garden 'hose are too much for DSc when I marrieS your uncle." Dick Hadley.' cordially er- a police court for felonious assault/ for planting> ova fnndeecriptlomprices lid TmrteUn of vegetable uri direction and* .
1 claimed a gracious voice In his ear. flower Seed IimUoaUe to alL Bead for U.N .

Dumpling. . LORENE C. ADAMS. New York Globe. . 'V
.. J Dick
T '- ---------- ._ ---- inwardly groaned, remembering I D. M. FEJIRY CO., Detroit, Mich I .

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Body cf Woman Was Mutilated Almost Jamet:>' 1". E..;osition! Has Ccme: to a

I Close. I
Beyond Recognition.Santa II
I Norfolk, Va. Dec. 2.-The lightsof I

First Session of Sixtieth Assemblage Fe, N. M. Dec. 3.-Miss Ag- Georgia's State Taxable Values Congress Will (Give Money Qnes.. ice Jamestown exposition were I II Jnry Exonerates Her From Kill

nes Templeton, the only white woman turned oS by: President! Tucker after

= at National Capitol missionary ,at the Baptist Indian.mis- Compiled by Coinpf roller. Hon First Consideration.'I formal erercires; Saturday eight::: and ing Senator Brown.

the exposition, which had. been run
sion at ValverJe,; Rla Arriba county,
''f HANDSOME INCREASE MADE ning since April 2C, came to a close.

SCENES ON FLOOR OF HOUSEOne was brutally murdered Sunday either; WILL START IN THE SENATE Director General Martin authorizeda CELEBRATED CASE IS ENDEDGreat

by Mexicans or Indians. David Martinez statement showing 'the total admissions : -

> y Sanchez is under w arrest as a The Statement Shows that There Are since the opening to hive been J
Hundred and Twenty New Members Members of Both Houses Who Have Demonstration of Applause Followed .
,SOOOOO, of which about 1,500,000were
suspect.The 31,171,072 Acres of Improved Lands !

Evinced Keen Interest in the first cf the murder was I Arrived, Confess that the Present paid. ( the Announcement of the .
I news In the State cf Georgia, Valued at

Proceeding*-Speaker Cannon Held contained in a brief telegram received Situation Is a ,Difficult One Undo President Tucker delivered an ex Verdict-Caw Was of National In-
i Taos $154,644,712. tended speech In the evening in the
from by District Judge McFie. terest.
Informal Reception. Circumstances. In which forth, the
auditorium he set
Summoning the mounted police, Atlanta, Nov. 30.-An Increase of

So far the McFie Washington Nov. 30. As the hardships and the success of the ex- Washington, Doc. 3.-The jury lathe
Washington, Dec. 2.-- as Judge and District Attorney $32,725&C5 in the taxabale values of day

first session of the sixtieth congress Gortner accompanied} them to Valverde the etate's property is shown in the for the opening of the sixtieth congress > position. He recalled the many bril-that case of .Mrs. Annie M. Bradley: ,
liant naval and
to make a thorough investigationand tabulated statement just compiled in military pageants
: the murder of former
la concerned the house of charged
approaches it becomes more were held, and the large number of
take such action as they deemnecessary the office of Comptroller General W.
tatives convened Monday amid similar famous vl *itors who attended. United States Senator Arthur Brown,
to capture the murderer or A Wright by Captain "Tip" Harrison, and more evident that the financisi __

acenes that nave been witnessed In murderers.A and shows that the last year saw the condition will receive first considera Touching on the financial phase of of Utah, at a local hotel on December;

years gone by. The galleries were posse was also formed. at Taos to state grow rich, indeed. tion at the 'hands of that. body. the exposition, he said: .th last, Tuesday morning brought In

crowded with beautifully gowned women take part: in the capture. This is the gain after the tax books "Besides the amount expended by
The of both houses who I
it is estimated
who had come early in the expectation Miss Templeton's body, mutilated from the 145 counties in the state had the exposition company
: have already arrived in the city confesj that there has been expended from
of witnessing some exciting almost beyond recognition, it Is reported been checked up, verified, and added

scenes. Their tickets had been pro- was found in a grove near the up. In addition to these totals the 'I that the situation is a difficult one, other sources In the betterment of the

fortunatei vtio were. unable to secure who was arrested suspicion :- which:! shows the prosperity which I: crystalization of thought on the sub- million! dollars. Our land cost us

aj&mlasion to the galleries were com- has been brought to jail here visited the sfate up to the time the ject. $330 an acre and shortly after we purchased

'pelled to stand in lone lines in the for safekeeping. He denies all knowledge tax books closed in the spring. I A number of informal conferences i,:, the Tidewater railroad purchased -

corridor hoping for an opportunity to of the murder, and the authori- When it come down to the question have already"been held and more must a large tract adjoining us at

secure the much coveted seats. The ties refuse to make known what reasons of lands, this statement shows that TDB held before anything like program X500 an acre. Good judges ol real I)

diplomatic gallery was made conspicuous they have for connecting with there are 31,171,072 acres of improvedland I can be announced. estate in this community have declared -

by the presence of SenorMayor the crimo. Suspicion points to Mexicans in the state, valued at $IG4,GH,- I Senator Aldrich, chairman of the that our lands without any iffiProve-j

Des Planchez. dean of the in the murderers for the 712 and of which =cats on them are worth $
corps, as rea- 4,474,124 acres wild land, senate committee on finance, VA

full state uniform; Ambassador James son that they have always opposed valued at $4,728,572, making a total of I committee will have to deal with the acre. I

Bryce, of Great Britain, In conventional Christianizing: the Indians in that re- 35,945,190 acres of land, with a total question for the senate, is expected "Our indebtedness consists of the t

dress, who attracted. more than value of $109,373,284. in the city Sunday to take up the following: A first mortgage cf "

ordinary attention; Mrs. Nicholas gion.Miss Templeton was working under The aggregate value of the city prop, question "with some of the leaders, in- $400,000; second mortgage of $700-

Locgworth. daughter of the presidentand the direction of the Baptist Missionary erty Is placed at $lG:>, 70G47. eluding Senator Allison and Speaker 000; balance due the government; .I'

wife of the member! from the Cincinnati board of New York city. Her predecessor The total value of all property in Cannon, who are now here. $!\\OOOOO, ; total, $2,000,000. So thatit \

district and the new Persian : at the mission, Miss Phoebe the state is $575,978,707, which will There is a tendency toward havingthe will be seen; if we can realize from ,

minister in his variegated uniform. Howard, was killed in a similar manner yield the state in taxes $3,268,294.30. proposed legislation originate in this property two-thirds of wcat has

#> Scenes on the Floor. at Embodo several! years ago, and the senate Instead of the house, be- been expended upon it, we will pay

her slayers were never captured. OFFICIAL BATTING AVERAGES. cause the senate is organized and the every dollar: cf our indebtedness. And,
The scenes on the floor were interesting ; If could realize what the proptrty s \
house is notbut it is too early to say
in extreme. Such veterans -
I would be able to
Sereno floor leader ACCIDENT ON SOUTHERN. Given Out by President Association of definitely what may be hone in that is fully we !. n
as Payne, the the stockholders in fall. In
John Dalzell P. American Ball Clubs. I respect. pay
W. Hepburn, J.
S. Sherman and James A. Tawney' I Engineer Little Killed and Fireman lo Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. 30.-President I order, therefore, to pay our

i O'Brien of the American Association we must find a purchaser who can pay .
congregated In little to exchange -
groups ami In
Montgomery, Ala., Dec. 3--An east- of Baseball clubs, Saturdaygave $2,000,000 for the property order 11
greetings. Speaker Cannon to the stockholders, a pur- \I MRS. ANNIE M. BRADLEY. 1
bound passenger train on the Sout ernrai1'way out the official batting averagesfor Populist Party to Nominate Presidential pay
when it strucka chaser who will pay $2,500,000. i verdict of not guilty.
4it turned over the past season. Candidates.
I .
Tr broken rail near Marion Ala., late Seventeen players, nine of whom Joliet, Ills. Dec. Chairman Jas. ---- The jury reacted the court room at

Monday night, and Engineer Frank played .one hundred or more games in I H. Ferris, of the Populist National INJUNCTION IN RATE CASE. 10:03.

I Little, the oldest ,engineer in the ser- the 1907 season, batted 300 or over. I committee, has issued a call for a Populist -
Decicion Rendered Federal Judge When the court asked them if therhad
vice, was caught under the engine and Beckley, of the Kansas City team, I National convention to be held reached a verdict' the foreman

J killed.. His fireman was badly in- who played one hundred games, bat- In St. Louis, April 2, 1903, for the
Dec. 2.-Judge Newman: Qnsweed:
jured. No passengers were hurt. ted 3G5. John Freeman of Minneapolis purpose of nominating candidates for Atlanta, "

1 I i, 'There is evidence of train wreckers. 1* fourth with 335. Freeman played I president and vice president of the of the United States district court.Saturday "We have. I
night filed with Clerk Ful- "What is your verdict, gentlemen?
The fishplates had been removedby 142 games, and is credited with I United States. The basis of the representation "
In the petition of the "Not guilty.
his decree
,. the miscreants. Little was formerly being the star batter of the year lathe will be two delegates for
I A demonstration of applause follow.ed
Central of Georgia railroad against the
a councilman of Sehna, Ala. American association.Of each congressional: district and four
railroad commission, S. G. the announcement of the verdict. /
where he Is prominently connected.He the pitchers, Minnehan, of St. delegates at large for each state and Georgia .
H. W. Hill et al, for an Mrs. Bradley was immediately discharged -
I was one of the oldest engineers on Paul club, is credited with the best territory, besides one delegate et large McLendon,
against the order of the rail- from custody and left tea
the line between Selma and Ackron, sUck work. Beckley, of Kansas City for each one thousand votes or major- injunction (
commls Ion Into effect cir court house n an automobile following -
onwhich 'he met his death. team, loads the first basemen in hit- ity fraction thereof cast for the Peo<
an ovation. She will leave in
ting. Roth of Milwaukee, leads the pIe's Party national ticket at the election -
The Is neither denied nor a few days to join her sister! in Goldfield -
\ Labor Scarce In Alabama. catchers; Flood, of St. Paul, the of 1904. petition

v Decatur, Ala. Dec. The farmers second basemen, and Herring of To- -..,--- granted. Judge Newman declaring it Nevada. i It

f advisable: to allow the conditions ..poobt'3.intng ,, -:- ;:-= ---..'.;- .
of this section of the state say ledo, the third basemen. Johnson First Legislature Convenes. '
To continue for six months'time SOUTH GEORGIA CONFERENCE..
t--. tS it tfcervs stlfa a great de{\.l of cot Freeman, Minneapolis, Oessler of Guthrie, Okla., Dec. 3- klahoIDa'sfirst ,

.i I ton and corn standing la the fields Columbus and Armbruster of Toledoare I' legislature convened here Monday from Sept. 2, during' which the I
Issue solve itself to dome Important Changes Made in the-
1 Vice President Cbas. W. Fairbanks. due to the want of labor to gather the the leading outfielders. in the temporary state capltol. Great problem at may -
the Aon of both parties. Ministerial Appolntm nts.
.s crop. Much cotton and corn will go Josh Clarke, of Toledo, made the interest was manifested in the event Batista
&eld an informal reception in his private Judge Newman also denied that Brunswick, Ga., Dec. 3-The South
to waste as a result. Notwtthstand- remarkable record of 54 tolen bases, and every available seat was filled.
room republicans and democrats Smith could not be made a Georgia Methodist conference came to
, Ing this state of affairs, the farmersof and John Freeman, of Minneapolis, The day :WES taken up In organizingboth Governor
without distinction calling to pay their defendant.On a close Monday night with the read-
this section of the state are better IS 'home runs. houses.: Governor Charles Ha. party
respects. Among these wen Representative June 7, last, the Georgia railroad Ing of the appointments for 1908. A
off than ever before and many of them: kell will not deliver his message until
and Senator-Elect John S. : circular 334. large crowd was present to hear the
have money In the banks. The farmers TO BE COURTMARTIALED. Tuesday. The Democrats, v/bo are commission promulgated. .
Williams, of Mississippi.: That circular provided that local passenger bishop read, the preachergTont to their
as a rule In north Alabama are in entire control, will >old a caucus
There was an absence of floral tributes rates, then 3 cents a mile, fields of labor. "
better off now than they have been Charges Growing Out ofttnVDeathfofLieutenant and decide upon a definite program of
I on the floor. These, hitherto, should be reduced on the Central to Among the most irsportant ohanges
since the days: of the civil war. utton. procedure.
I have formed a spectacular feature of 2% cents a mile, the order to become may be mentioned the. appointment of
Nov. 30.
i Annapolis, Md., -Announcement
J the opening of congress, "but a rule off effective on Sept. 2, 1907. The same Rev. G.V.. Matthew io Trinity in
Pullman Shop Burned. is made here that Lieutenant ', BRIEF DISPATCHES. 1 1-
the house, adopted at the last congress I ... ciroular affected other lines than the Savannah, and Rev. Bascom Anthony,
f Buffalo, N. Y. Dec. Z.-The Pullman Edward P. Roelker, of the U. ,
; forbid each tckens of r memj Central in the etate. who takes the place of Rev. J. B.
company's big paint shop here S. marine corps, is to be courtmar- SATURDAY.
brance. While the: veterans of the Wardlaw at Americus. :Mr. Wardlaw
burned to the ground in less than an tialed on charges supposed to have
t. house were perfectly at home, the J. II. MacFarlane: has been elected CHARGES AGAINST CONSUL. succeeds Rev. J. A. Carmon, who
' 4 hour on Monday night. Twenty-one grown out of the killing of Lieutenant
\ one hundred axe twe t-one new embers vice president and general managerof goes from the Valdosta district as presiding t
Pullman cars were destroyed. The James W. Sutton, Ost. 13, last. The
of the body evinced 'anarf leMn- the Mexico-American steamship Treated etder.
j He Was Cruelly
Man by
total 1033 will W about $400,000. The details of the charges are being kept Says
* terest in everything that transpired. company to succeed A. L. Roby, who Chinese Officials. Rev. H. M. Morrison goes from the
brick building: 400 feet in secret.
* shop was a :
They! arrived early and at once set died a few days ago in New OrleansA Victoria, B. C., Dec 2.-H. Da- Valdosta district to Montezuma following $
1 length and had a capacity for 27 cars. On the night in question Lieutenant '
abyut making acquaintances. The launch from the German cruiser mantel an alien brought to Shanghai Rev. L. J. Ballard who goes '
In it were founud etorfid large quantities Sutton, Lieutenant Roellrer and Lieutenant I
T absence of old war horses suc'-i: as C. Arconia:: collided with a native: boat off charged with! shooting a Chinese near en tie BibMn: district. Rev. W. X.AinKTrcrih .
of points and oils, which madea R. E. Adams were returning I
1 H. Grog.venor and Representative Babcock the! long tow at Newboy, China. One the Thibetan frontier makes chargesin returns to Wesley Monumental .
fierce fire. The flames are supposedto to their quarters in the naval academy -
who went down to defeat in the German and two.natives were lost In I interviews published In Shanghai : In Savannah, and Rev. T. D.
have started from an electric light grounds from a ball. Suddenly .
last election, was commented upon wire. Lieutenant Sutton drew a revolver the; waters of the sea. papers received by the steamer Mont- Ellis "to Newberry Macon. Rev.E. .

and their familiar figures were distinctly ----------- from his pocket and pointed it at his There is a r persistent rumor among i eagle against United States Consul P. Tyson, one of the best men In

.. missed. Representative Bur- Mall Clerks Were Hurt. head. Roelker and Adams seized the patrons of Oscar Hamerstein's I Mason Mitchell, of Chung King, of deliberately the conference, goes to :Millen. :Mr. s.

" ton, of Ohio, who was defeated for the him the 'Manhattan opera that Mme. Nordica, persecuting him. Tison has been four years at Ep.
\.. Mobile. Ala.Dec.. 3.Every car and pistol was discharged
mAyoralty of Cleveland, ,was surrounded except the diner In the Louisville and Roelker receiving a wound in the the prima donna, has cancelled h1 .'- He says a Thibetan was shot by him 'WOrth, ia Savannah. J

- by a group of his admirers. Representative Nashville passenger train No. 4 went chest, which was not serious, and the contract with that manager and will accidentally while trying a gun, and Rev. J. II. House, who transferred

Samuel W. Smith, of Michigan from the from north Georgia! to Sparks,
Into the dltclr"Monday: aftetnoon about bullet clipping Adams' finger. Then, not again appear in New York this sea owing to telegrams consul goes
1 who will succed Mr. Babcock, ordering his arrest, local: Chinese of- the seat of one of the conference
3 o'clock near Dyas creek, 32 miles according to the story, Sutton drewa son.
chairman of the committee of the he in disfavor schoolsBrunswick people are de.
.as ficials knowing was
north of here and the three clerks second revolver and before his Electrocution as a means of Inflicting .h
:iDittrict Columbia and who is lighted with toe return of Rev. Robert .
of with the officials, treated him cruel-
i Campbell, Wharton and Iabanwerebadly friends could interfere, not :Himselfdead. the death-penalty will be first use'dIn
the smallest man, pliytically KenMr.: Kerr is popular _'J -
J without doubt ly, dragging him through the streets very
of the Dec. 9 Sa-
cut and bruiS<"J. One New Jersey on when t
in the house was warmlycongratulated In Brunswick.
and almost beheading him.
cars in falling down the embankment norlo Glovani and Pasquele Deliso will
at having succeeded to several ...
Jumped1.a fence on the right of way FEUD ENDS FATALLY. be put to death. The bill changingthe He states he was tortured ... .
one of the most important of the the wry to Chua Dispensary Business.
times on, $ J-flng. _
The Injured were carried to Bay Ma-: mode of execution from hangingto
Mitchell took hla jJSpers Charleston, Dec. 3.-Deputy Collector
chairmanships.The where Consul \
netto. Settle Between the MiUen and Jones electrocution was passed at the last
biennial lottery for seats was U. B. Hah nnett, of the internal
, Factions in Kentucky. session.. cf the legislature.The : and placed him under arrest, and sent I
the usual fashion. As .. department, has come to the
conducted after : Indictments Dismissed. Knoxville, Tenn. Nov. 30.A spe. Duchess cf Marlborough who him by a Chinese gunboat to Shanghai revenue
has -been the custom for years, Representative for trial. city of Charleston to Investigate the
< New York Dec. 3.-Seven Indictments dal to the Sentinel; from Whitesburg, has been spending several weeks in
Bingham, of Philadelphia, dispensary lJ.uslnesswUh: a view of
4 for forgery against John R. Ky., says: America chiefly as the guest of her
father of the house, was allowed to Thousands Attend Funeral. ascertaining:: if the county institutions
.- Hegeman, president of the Metropolitan In a feud battle between the Miller mother, Mrs. O. H. P. Belmont. was
S retain his old seat, which Is directly San Francisco, Callt. Dec. 2.- are doing the business of a wholesaler,
Life Insurance company: growingout and Jones factions, on the left fork booked to sail for England! Saturdayon
i In front of the Speaker's desk. Thousands of Chinese residents cf under a retailer's tax, as charged by
of the recent life Insurance investigation of Beaver creek, Saturday morning, the liner Mauretania. It has been
John Williams the minority Francisco certain blind tigers who reported the
Sharp Son : Sunday attended the
'I ,i were dismissed by Justice John Miller, a reputed leader of the reported that the duchess expected to
leader, was also given the privilege funeral of Howkong, late president of Trailer to Collector Michael Jenkins.
Dowling In the supreme court Mon Miller faction, was killed. remain In America until after Christ *
of choosing his seat on the democratic Yung Wo association. Howkong wasa Deputy Hamniett was formerly the
day. Three indictments for perjury Andy and Merrill Jones, of the Jones
ktde. Both he and Speaker Cannon mas. graduate of the English College of chief state dispensary constable and
which were returned against President faction, were mortally wounded, and .
- "were given ovations when they made Physicians and Surgeons of Canton,'I having often worked here in chargeof
\ Hegeman at the same time were sustained neither will survlce the day.
their appearance in the chamber, but MONDAY. and said to have been the most highly the constables under the former
; by Justice Dowling. Andy Jones has been with the Jones
\ the occupants of the galleries did not I band since the days of Caleb Jones. Major Jacob Downing, a noted Indian educated Chinaman in America. He state dispensary law he is peculiarlywell

\confine their applause to these two fighter, died at his tome fa Den- was 7C years of age. The Chinese qualified: to Investigate the
Tragedy at Oakman, Ala.
toted characters many others coming : Birmingham: Ala., Dec. 3TownMarshal Off on a Long Cruise. ver, Colo., at the age of 77 years. residents of San Francisco, held him charges. The county board denies

in for recognition in as he had been instrumental the story and attributes it to the efforts -
:I. A. W. Baker, of Oakman, Boston, Mass., Nov. 30.-The bat. The death sentence passed upon great respect -
t :With the completion of the organization in binding the Six of the blind tigers to try to addto
Ala., west of Birmingham, shot and tleship Vermont, one of the big ships Karl Han, at Karlsruhe formerly a Tongs

,lc of the house the swearing In Instantly killed James Kirfcwood, a which have been fitting out at the professor Washington university, together in bonds of fellowship. The the operating expenses of the sys-

: of members, the drawing of seats and well-known young man, there on Mon. Charlestown navy.yard, preparatoryto Washington, D. C., for the murder:: on body will be sent to China for burial. tem and advance the retail prices ol

"""'the appointment of committee to notify -. day It Is claimed: that Klrkwood their long cruise to the Pacific, Dec. 5, 190C, of his mother-in-law, liquors.

.. : the president that the house was was drinking and had fired upon two sailed Saturday for Newport, L. I. Fran Moliter, has been commuted to To Form New Jockey Club. a

r ;iln session and ready to receive anycommunication men and threatened to shoot the officer The New Jersey will sail Sunday afternoon life imprisonment.M. Lexington, Ky. Dec. 2.-Leading Democrats Plan Meeting.

: that he may see-fit to when Baker killed Him. Baker and the Illinois and Miss'ouriare Bogdanoff, a leading social-dem breeders of Kentucky met: here Monday New York, Dec. 3.--The democratic

F;r end, adjournment tsras"4 taken until went to Jasper and surrendered. to leave next Tuesday. ocrat arl athcur of St. Petersburg, to take steps toward forming anew state committee is planning a meeting

.t 4 Tuesd3.y.j 8 was arrested Monday. jockey club to govern racing in and banquet of prominent demo-

I Coinage, During November. Leesburg Station Nears Completion. H. J. Groves, managing editor of the west. It Is Intended that the new crats from all over the country to beheld

j Baby Terribly Scalded. Washington, Dec. 3.-The value of Leesburg, Ga., Nov. 30.-The new the Kansas City Post, who a few days organization shall eventually supplant! in New York, Jan. 8. The plan

i Mineral Bluff, Ga., bv. 30.-Theinfant the coins: executed at the mintsof Leesburg Coast Line passenger sta ago was shot by General Richard both the Western Jockey club and the is to send out invitations to a numbercf

li. United Stat s during November, Horne, is dead. Mr. Groves was Amearicn Turf association. in the party to meetin
of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph the tion Is nearing completion: is a com It is
f ..' baby by turn- 1907, was $35,9' 3.0CO, of which: $33- modious and tasty building, and will' formerly connected with the Kansas hoped that reciprocal relations with New York on that day for the purpose :
was terribly scalded
1 Un kettle ct bailing water. 840,000v.u: go d, $2,002,000 silver prove a great convenience to those' residing City Times In the capacity of man the Eastern Jockey club and the Pa- of talking over Informally the

fI :J:t ill' thtfjght over a the child will recover. and $121,000'or, coin*. -.' .' E ia the western part of town.. .aging. editor.f I-----. .. .- cific Jockey club may be established. plans: for the coding campaign. -, '

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:Misses Maude and Nannie McMurryare ANNOUa"iCE \ENTS. 1 I Notice.

spending the week with :Mr. and Notice is hereby piven that the following

Mrs. P. H. Perry in Gainesville.Dr. The Family FOR:MARSHAL.I ed named to hold In"'l'toctol'8DdClt\rk an election of officer haveHt-n for the Town
L Local ofSt.-vkeon Tuesday,the ITthdayof Dtx-em- '
reilP<<'tfu1ly1nou"e cards
Bits of and Mrs. F. R. Holeman left V didate for re-eleetion to the myself office! a of* Marshal ber, JSW:
J.F.P.McMnrrv. and W.
and Collector Lake,
for the
Thursday for Cedar Keys, where they .I promise to enforce town the of laws Starke.without If fearor Inspectors;N.D. Wainwright, CU-rk.
will spend two months. favor and f"ithfulldJo other Attest: J. M. TRUBY.
:<"harge all the
PhysicianThe J.N.JOMES.Clerk. Ch'n Town Council.
s Information duties of the office. Thanking the citizens of
Messrs. M. L. McKinney and J. W. Starke for encouragement !given me,I earnestly ....
I : solicit their support at the coming town
Townsend, of Lake Butler, were visitors I best medicines i in the election. L.H.AUSTIN.
ConctminJ Oaf Prop, ?7Jajfnj and
frojrejj in tb* County and TotPft.I to Starke Thursday evening. world cannot take the place of FOR CLERK. olleCelltasVordAdvertisements
I hereby announce myself candidate for reelection -
Lucian Wainright spent the latter the family physician. Consult
to the
office of Town Clerk and respectfully -
.. part of last week with relatives in Jack- him early when taken ill. If solicit the support of the citizens of under thte heading
will be
sonville. the trouble is with your the town at the coming election. Inserted for ONE CENT A WORD for each in
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Shaw, of Ward A new concrete walk from the streetto J. N"JONES. sertion.
Mrs. N. E. Mahone arrived Sunday throat, bronchial tubes, or :::: < No advertisement will be taken for It'AA than
visitors in Starke Monday. the door steps adorns the front yardof t.te
City, were 10 cents and cash must accompany for the
H. H. Elarbee's place on North Wal- from Valdosta, Ga. She leaves today, lungs, ask him abOut taking FOR TAX ASSESSOR.I advertisement. copy
Matthew Lynn, of Ward City, was in nut street. accompanied by her daughter Miss Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Then am a candidate for re-election to the officeof -
town Monday.If Ethel, for St. Petersburg and other Tax Assessor for the town of Starke. I thank
take it or not, as he says. my fellow-citizens for their generous supportin FOR SALE.
Seventh street has been graded from South Florida
you are in need of job printing points. the past and respectfully solicit their suf-

send us your order.G. Walnut to Temple avenue, and Conley Rev. A. O. Odom, Jr., pastor of the W. publish.our formula frage at the coming election. T. W. SWEAT FOR SALE-One fresh milk cow, cheapfor
street from Seventh street to Ninth banish alcohol .
W. Fogg, of Graham, was among' street. First Baptist church of Starke, has returned A iersW We'1iri our m.aletau you to ,FOR NIGHT MARSHAL. cash. W. E. Wright, Starke.

the visitors in Starke Monday. to his home, after a brief trip to V consult yonrdoctor I hereby announce my candicacy for re-elec
Section Foreman N. D. Wynn and friends here. Rev. Odom is one of the tlon to the office of nigh marshal and respectfully ,FOR SALE-Syrup barrels bottles and
:Mr. and Mrs. Harmon H. Benton. of corks at Starke Drug Co.
family now occupy the new cottage of brightest young ministers of the state, Bilious attacks, sick-headaches,indiges- solicit the support of the voters at the
LaBellle, Lee county, are here for a visit James Reynold's on West Madison and is making a fine success.-Gaines- tion, constipation dizzy spells-these coming election. J. s.WILLS.
with relatives.F. street. are some of the results of an inactive FOR SALE-One top buggy; nearly
ville Sun. liver. Ask your doctor if he endorses I hereby announce myself a candidate for new, one second-hand Studebaker
L. Colson and little son,of the New Leave orders at J. C. Manning's store Ayer's Pills in these cases. The lose Night Marshal and respectfully solicit the sup- buggy, new tires and new axles. N.

.River section, were visitors in Starke for stove and fire-place wood, Orders The following young people enjoyed is small, one pill at bedtime. port of the voters at the coming election. If B. Hull.
themselves with games and refreshing =Etude bj the J.C.AjOT Co.. Lowell HMC.- elected I will devote my entire time to the
Monday. promptly filled. Satisfaction guaran duties of the offlcc. FOR SALE-Sage, red pepper; salt
draughts of cane juice at the
I J. C. Padgett, of Highland, was teed. Ed. Lillibridge. 12-6-4t hospitablehome -' W.D.ALVAREZ. petra and everything that makes
of Mr. and Mrs. Bessent, east of *
/ among the visitors in Starke Monday. Miss :Maud Inman, who teaches schoolat town, Tuesday evening Misses Freddie Presbyterian Church Directory. FOR MAYOR. the sausages good now fresh, .i ..

<. I. H. Johnson, of Johnstown, was a Meredith, came up to spend Thanks- Wainright, Mary McBeath, Leila Services regularly on the second and I hereby announce thyself a candidate for reelection Starke Drug Co.
fourth Sundays of every month. to the office of Mayor of the Town ofSto.rke
visitor) in Starke Thursday.J. giving with her parents in Starke. She Alvarez, Minnie and Gene Bessent, and Sabbath December Sth.-SE'nice at 11 ,and respectfully solicit the support of PROPERTY FOR SALE-Dwelling and

W. Hodges has improved the looksof returned to .her duties Sunday after- Messrs. Claude and Joe Alvarez, A. E. a. m. Subject: Praise for Deliverance. the voters at the ensuing city election.A. four lots in w nn's addition for sale
naon. Service at 7 p. m. Subject: Doing With Z.ADKINS.To .
his premises by painting the fences. : DeWitt Jones and Lawrence Bes- Our at a reasonable price. Excellent well

I G. C. Livingston went to Jacksonville Might. the Citizens of water, good location. Tmnblin Heirs,
Visitors cordially welcomed. the City of Starke:
J. W. Townsend, of Lake Butler, was sent.Dr. Starke, Fla.
Monday to sit in the grand jury of X. W. Francis returned Monday REV. R. H. NASSAU, S. T. D., I take this method of announcing myself a ,
\. among the visitor to Starko Tuesday. Pastor. candidate for the office of Councilman in the
the United States court, but the judge from Richmond
Va. where he went
coming election in December. If elected I will FOR RENT.
I A of buttons for Cloaksat excused him and he returned to Starke
great variety I two weeks ago to place Mrs. Francis in Died. endeavor to give the citizens the bttt seiyices.
J. W. Morgan's.For Tuesday. the St. Luke's Hospital for medical Thanking you in advance for your vote,I FOR RENT Any amount of space that
( Mrs. O. T. Nelson died her homein
at beg to remain S. A. BRYAN.I you may want in the columns of this '
rugs, art squares, matting, trunks Col. C. L. Peek has been very busyon treatment. He reports the patient as, the northern part of the city Tues- paper and for any length of time.
and grips,see The Johns Furniture Com doing well. A. H. Johns, who accompanied of the heart hereby
his land in Temple's addition this day evening" dropsy announce myself a candidate for the
12-6-tf him, to be placed in the office of Alderman and respectfully solicit the
from which disease
pany. week, moving old and putting up new she had long been .- --- ------
same institution for appendicitis, has support of the citizens of the town at the com- :
fences to grading the a sufferer. She leaves her husband and
Mrs. M. M. Driggers has returned to preparatory ing election. P.D.HICKS.At .
Jacksonville after a visit here with the streets laid out through the land. undergone an operation and is rapidly two children by a former marriage to

family of Mr. E. W. Drig ers. improving.The mourn her departure. Shortly before the request of a number of my friends I Ladies and MissesCoats
been have decided to be a candidate for reelectionto
Captain R. C. Heiberger has
her death she joined, through Pastor C.
Telegraph's announcement column the office of Alderman. I thank all who
Jesse Bielling, a well known young transferred to the messenger service of
W. Inman the Methodist church and
today contains the announcementof have supported me in the past and will appreciate -
man of the Dukes section, was transact- the Southern Express Co., and is now J. the funeral rites were performed by their vote at the coming election.
M. who is candidate for
ing business in Starke Tuesday. running on the Wannee branch. and Truby a that clergyman at 12 m. Wednesday, Respectfully, J. M. TRUBY.
re-election as a member of the board of
Have the childrens pictures taken anda Flournoy Philips has been appointed aldermen. Mr. Truby has served the the interment taking place at Kingsley flayors Proclamation.

few years hence they will become a agent at this place. town long and faithfully in this capacity. cemetery. I, A. Z.Adkins,Mayor of the Town of Starke, and

priceless treasure. Miss Ruby Powell, who was indis- and many leading citizens are pleasedto : For the Fair Exhibit. do by hereby virtue of call the an authority election vested to be in held me by in law the,

Miss Ethel Kulil has returned from a posed last week, has resumed her dutiesas know that he has consented to be- Chairman Bessent of the board of on aforesaid Tuesday town, by the qualified voters therein,

visit to Mr. and Mrs. M. B. High at a teacher at the High School. Dur- come a candidate for re-election. county commissioners will be glad to THE 1TTH' DAY OF DECEMBER 1007 Jacketsfrom

Bronson. ing her absence her place was taken by for the purpose of electing the following officers
Geo. A. Joyce, of Columbus, Ohio, hear from any citizen of the county who :

Hard red brick, cement, lime, corn, Miss Des Weeks, to the full satisfactionof arrived a few days ago and will spend has live stock, poultry or farm produceof One One Clerk.Mayor.

oats, hay, bran, shorts, cottonseed meal, the principal. the winter in this section. He is at any kind to send to the State Fair at Three Aldermen.

hulls and fertilizer. N. B. Hull. Messrs. Arthur Meiggs and Dexter present a guest at the home of Mr. and Tampa. The exhibits will be transported One One Assessor.Treasurer.

Hunter, Jr., ot Jacksonville, were in Mrs. J. A. J. McKinney, of Sampson free of charge and property placedon One Marshal.
returned home One Night: Marshal.In .
Mrs. T. F. Hemingway $2'UPOur
town Wednesday. They hold an inter City. When he was here last winter exhibition will be returned to the testimony whereof hereunto subscribemy

Thursday morning Waldo. from a visit with est with the Townsend Lumber Co. and Mr. Joyce bought forty acres of land exhibitor after the fair is over.het (SEAL) town name to be and hereunto cause affixed the seal, this of wup 12th

relatives at came to note the progress of the mill three miles north of Starke. Duringhis us get to work and send an ex- day of November,1907. .
Attest: A.
You want photos of your family. They expressed much satisfaction ovar stay- this winter he will build a.houseon hibit to the fair that will be an eye J. N. JONES Clerk. ADKINS Mayor.

Why not have Hoover Bros. make them what they saw. the property if he can find,a,reliable opener.
line is and
1.- now? man to occupy it and cultivate the place Write Mr. Bessent what you have to Good News For You. large
--' We Are late in getting our holiday
t ), --*" 'goods this but such during the coming year. place on exhibition. J. Hampton Jones, with headquarters
,, W. C. Didr: :rry wrived in Static: on display year, a affords wide
Wednesday from Middleburg. He will line of Christmas goods awe can show Aharel.Harral. at T. A. Knight & Co's. store is agent a range

visit relatives here for a few days.A : you next week will more than make up Baptist Church Directory. Thanksgiving evening, at the residence for the Ueorge Delk 'r Cox; uuy's ,ug- : f .-Or.
Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:00 p. m, gy, manufactured at Henderson, Ky., of selections.
for the delay. We are in the W. B. '
1 Sunday School 9:45 a. m. of Mr. and Mrs. S. Fourakers, !
born to Mr. and Mrs. M. and fully guaranteed by the manufac-
son was Haynes Co. building, opposite the post-
Prayer meeting Wednesday p.m. Miss Julia Harral was united in mar- .
M.Griffis, southeast of town,last Thurs office. Newell B. Hull. W. B. M. U. Tuesday after fpnrth riage to Mr. Arrel Alvarez. turers. The place to put your moneyis I, --- --

Sunday 3:30 p. m. where you can get the beet value.
Messrs. A. A. Johns,of Starke, and A. The ceremony was most quiet owingto I
day.One Monthly Conference, Wednesday be- More news for you. T. A. Knight &
dozen photos by Hoover Bros. W. and O. R. Geiger, of Hampton, were fore 2nd Sunday, 7 p. m. the illness of the bride's father I Co. will sell you good team bridles for : A. M. DARBY,

make 12 highly] appreciated and econom- looking over the fertile landa around You are welcome.A. Several intimate friends were present I
$1; riding bridles for 60 cents double
ical Xmftigifts; to friends and relatives. Alachua the first of the week, with the C. ODOM, JR., Pastor. and Mr. L. Fonrakers notary public, hip-strap buggy harness for |8. ; Every- II I STARKE FLA.

a Born fir-rA son, to Mr. and Mrs. Isacc result that the Messrs. Geiger bought a Off For Conference Next Week. performed the ceremony.Mr. thing in the harness line. tf I I
Alvarez is successful business
Yarnes i southeast of Starke, Wednesday fine farm two miles from that town. a young icy- -
of last\ ,'iVeek. They will move there with their fami- Next Sunday Rev. O. W. Inman will man of Riverside, and he and his

lies in time to make a. crop next season. hold his last services at the Methodist bride will live on Highway avenue.'
A new fence around the Commercial church before he leaves for the Meth- Times-Union, December 1.

1 hotel grounds greatly improves their ap- David Tidwell, of Lakeside, who was odist conference, which will be held at.
badly wounded November 1st by the Orange Blossoms Bazaar.The .
pearance. Tampa Wednesday the llth inst. During Hoilsehold .0: KllcheoEURNITUR3 i

\ You will never have a better op accidental dibchargp of his gun, has improved his pastorate here Mr. Inman has proven members of the Orange Blossoms

portunity to have photos made than so much that Dr. A. H. Freeman himself an earnest and able preacher and Missionary Society have been making

Bros. Starke. had him brought to Starke yester- by his kind and sympathetic manner their little fingers fly for several weeks
: right now. Hoover day so as to be able to give him constant
> has endeared himself to every man, creating various articles to be sold at

: 'C. A. Mixpn's new store building is attention. The patient is at the homeof woman and child in Starke,and it is the the bazaar next Friday afternoon.

completion and in a short time Mrs. Satilla Sydboteu.Don't earnest wish of all, regardless of what I These little boys and girls have made

he will open up for business. r be a hoarder. Put your money denomination they belong to, that Mr. ., former efforts to raise funds with which

Rev. Wm. F. Malphnrs will preach at I where it will do you and your community Inman may be returned to us for to purchase a handsome pulpit chair for

Raiford tomorrow (Saturday) aud Sun some good. The Bank of Starke another year. the Methodist church but in each case

day. will pay you 4 per cent. interest on time felt called upon to lend their aid to

f __ deposits, and yen are insured againstloss Cotton Bulletin. other needs. And so they now an- For SaleHaving
M. Cosmo Alvarez, of Jacksonville, spent I
at the same time. 'We carry fire The United States Bureau of Ag- nounce to their friends that the chair
a few days of this week with relativesin has been ordered and the proceeds of Y
insurance, burglar insurance, fidelity riculture has recently issued a bulletin
Starce. insurance and depositors insurance.M. which deals with cotton culture and the bazarr will be used to pay for it.

Jackson- There will be doll booth which --- --.---- _.-- .
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Peek, of seed improvement. Those who have a prom- I -' ---u
C. Bessent has opened his now ises to be attractive, booth
a candy ,
ville, spent tho latter part of last week read the bulletin that it is full of very
1 store building, corner Sixth and Weller say linen, handkerchief, apron and notion
I with relatives here. streets, in the northeastern part of valuable information for the cotton counters, etc. Everybody is invited to sold our home we are of=

: Go to T. A. Knight's store for the town, and displays a complete stock of. growers and that every farmer should come out to see what the children have

7 19 biggest and best red brick ever broughtto general merchandise. Sickness in his' secure a copy of it. The bulletin may to offer. fering our household furniture for
be had free of and that is
Starke. II-29-tf family and the difficulty of getting lumber r charge all Special Service at the Baptist Church.

has :Mr. Bessent from necessary to secure it is to write Hon. At the close of the service Sun-
Miss Eula Powell returned Monday to ji.1iIigup i prevented W. A. Orton, Agricultural Department, next sale and will be pleased to have
her home at Alachua, after a visit of a sooner. day morning a special offering for State
Washington, D. C. asking him to send a

few days in this city with Miss Ruth I J. D. Taylor, of Lake City, was in copy of farmers bulletin No. 302. Missions Several will considerations be received. should appealto persons interested call at once and

Wainwright. Starke the first part of the week and -tf
I each member of the church to be
Monuments and tombstones. Call'and I|I while here completed a contract with and respond liberally. The con- the articles and ''
before j the Townsend Lumber Co. to do the Successful[ Series of Meetings.Rev. present see get prices.
see my designs and get my prices vention year is fast drawing to a close
buying. U. D. MIXER, Starke, Fla.C21.6ar. j{ logging for them. Mr. Taylor will cut R. A. White of McIntosh, and the State Board of Missions is

the logs and transport them to the tram- preached nightly at the Christian threatened with a debt. This ought not We are also offering for sale
way and will work from 50 to 75 men.
l church during last week and ended his
Alderman, of Brooklyn, was in to be allowed to occur. The missionaries 71
B. Tuesday. Mr. Alderman is supplying Mr. George W. 3Jozo spent Sunday services Sunday night. In order not to are achieving glorious results, two second=hand carriages
local market with some fine with his family here returning to Jacksonville diminish his audience during the cold, members having been added to the

the Monday morning. He is as- rainy nights Mr. White had a heater various churches during the quarter and harness corn mill feed '

oranges. __ sistant treasurer of theDnval Prohibition placed in the church, which kept the ending October Ut. The work shouldbe .

Mr. N. B. Hull has a new Ferris wheelpost League and "Dixie" says if he ever edifice comfortable, and that this tact- enlarged and not hindered by a

card rack, which is a special delight turns his oratorical gun on the public it ful stroke was appreciated, was testifiedby debt. Then our church is being helpedby cutter, Acme harrow and oth=

to the children. He has a fine line of will,be in defense of prohibition. the large congregations; that greeted the board in the way of supplementing -

post cards too. II I I I C. A. Dinkins and family have movedto him every night. His brother, Rev. pastor's' salary and thus enabling us er farm and garden imple=
Sam J. White, of Lake Butler, assisted ,
who an- full time services. By
Attorney". M. Gornto, Waldo. :Mr. Dinkins has been sec- to keep up

nounced as a Candida to for alderman a tion foreman at this place for a numberof him two nights.Mr. liberal giving only can we best expressour ments.

few weeks age, has decided. .not to years for the Seaboard Air Lino railway White left Monday for Hampton. appreciation of this assistance:, .

make the contest. I but errs recently transferred to During his stay here he accomplished Last. and chicfest of all, your persorial _.. ., _
r" -
__ ; --JIioa.'I"" p-- -
---= much
goad and his return wilt be wel- .
the Christian to give of
transportation department and will obligations as a
\Ir. T 'N. McClain, of the Telegraphforce go on the road as a. flagman with the comed. to the gospel wherever -
taken board your means: carry Auction Sale will be held
and family, have hope of soon becoming a conductor.
it is
Mrs. G. M. Bennett, just How'sTbisVe ?
with Mr. and Judge and Mrs. T. J. Dekle and We expecting a large
Captain \ offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for are confidently

south of town. J. N. Jones received baptism in any Hall's cage Catarrh of Catarrh Car that cannot be cored by attendance and a liberal offering. Re' Saturday Dec. 14-

Boys suit, we have only a few left, Kingsley lake Wednesday afternoon. F.J.CHENEY&COToledo.. O. member the words of our Lord Jesus ,
We the undersigned have known }O'. J.
but can make you some bargain prices Judge Dekle and wife have entered the Cheney for the last 15 Yt"ant.1l believe him Christ_ how he said, "It is more blessedto <

on'flkt we have. Come and see. Is.fiVHull. membership of the First Baptist church and perfectly tin&nctaUable honorable in to caryout all business any transactions obligationsmade give than to receive." 4j." ,___....:"" ,_ .._::' > J _.... __ __

of Starke, and Captain Jones is now a by- this firm. The, subject of the morning sermon

__market_ this member of our Methodist church. The WALDISO.\ KJi six &,MARVINVholesaleDrutrgistJ5 Toledo.,O.Hall's will be "My Witnesses;" evening, .
to ;;
Don't forget to go first named received bastism from Rev.L. Catorrh Cure ia taken internally noting and
"Morning Voices. Mr. Mrs A. L.
the armory.
and evening at directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces r Kirn
'/'The afternoon ladies will have an abundance of W; Kickliter, the latter From'Rer. C. Price'T5:of cents the fj-stfm.per! bottle.Testimonials Sold ball Druggists.a--entfree. Fraternally, ; von

delicious edibles to offer you. W.b, : .3.n. I Take y Pills for constipation.. c A. C. ODOU-, .: Jr:., pastor.: '. I

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