Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
August 12, 1910
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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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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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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lI aslet Lake Dwellers Had' touch olw 'Becoming EesJtebeuI 1 Ways and Means ol Securing(This I Im- A lore Addresses and Fins Music Made I ould Not Brook Husband's Attentions (July Eoatlne Work: Occupied' Time o! .';'F '' i4'!

Excitement t Sunday JMflit. i Ihe Bofine uIse.! poTeraent Fully Outlined. Enjoyable Program. To Another Woman. City:Solan! 4; ;

;: ,An? amusing. ,inci en\;'occorted ,on Ccwsfor no cows:on rrttf-streets and ASk:&? y farmer and trucker in the The entertainment which was given An incident, amusing to the onlooker, Council met in regular"session Wed- O v ,t .,.. j j>..,

|Kingsley lake Sunday'evening. while4ra4argefire8h9wed4rom sidewalks-that !is the g estion. Some I proposed! drainage district what he f'or the temperance cause at the; Baptist I perplexing to the mayor and eight mar- I lesd evening August, ;1910. .,' J '-.

years jback our city cou 4. passed an 'would'give clear his land of water ,. r'.
: G. ihurch: last Friday'evening was well at- exciting to the principals took Present, J. W. Andrews; Jr., EjP. .

,J.P TiDgato 'l:place, on the north side ordinjaee, on plea of? ngnce,, requir. 1 that"ruins his crops in such rainy seaBois ;:ended and a success in every reipect.Che I place Wednesday evening at the crossIng Duncan[ and W. J. Griffln. Mr. Dun '/ :.:.:

of thesAjutound ing cattle penned ; git.Qur population I we have recently experienced, of Call and Walnut street A colored .
pf the lske'and wu1np1aIs1gbt / program as given in last week'srelegraph san acted as chairman pro tern. : .w.wof
then did each the and he will with lib- ,. ...
not number I respond quickly a .
shores. It not 4 man and mile "
., the was was carried out, v ith the exception woman living a west Minutes of the last meeting read and '. ')
moment-that Mr. Livingston' fixed by law that wonldjSuthorize absolute .'ert.r6. bscription. The saving -1n crops I of town, drove in A '..
-for a ( of Dr. Freeman's address on up a buggy. woman approved. .v."- '
'prohibition"\e cow.' It was ,and labor for only a few seasons would ; << f I
residence afire.and ube who was the wife of the in
f ; .sofaraer was 'The effectof! : temperance on the moralsif man A communication received from
that all cattle in the town f the canal and double in value all fT'ft
hoped owners or
it pay 'the ,
automobile buggy stood the ,
keepe.4zizzeftU4 an c a community, which was not delivered on corner by the mayor in regard to several com

f surmised tha>his-.tore of gasoline from love of neatness And.. decency, the lands drained. \ I as the doctor was unavoidablyibsent. White's store. She commanded hubbyto plaints made by citizens of the town." --

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man the lake rushed o'clock each evening. ,OJflatei years this county'would be improved,because suchdraiiin drove on. His then and 4 ., I.O
..' ::)lmo every on the audience with an address which was spouse ran up 1 meeting. :

for. the boats and rowed as. last as they is utterly,neglected,, anavdroves. ,of cattle would prevent standing, dead ot on the program, and thus no number grabbed the reins and screamed out a Tax Collector L. H. ,'Au.tin reported *' $ !
owned in and out of fhe ; roam water from breeding insects and disease. -
in order town lot of billingsgate the
f could toward the conflagration was missed. The singers were a against occupantsof 1 collections for July. 18.50. -
our-streets and roost o4th sidewalks If the canal enters Rowell lake, it
:ito: save what they could. Several mixed choir from the Baptist, Methodist the buggy. That "hell hath no fury Treasurer A. 8. Crews reported cashon d

|ltinnche well filled_with young men and "all through the stilly Z4b.- ,!'. would.. give the towu* the necessary out- and Presbyterian churches, and their like a woman scorned" proved true in I hand .follows: .' H.- ;: I

t1adiei soon chug-chugged their way The nuisance isbecog. so" unbear-'( let for sewerage. singing was faultless, as.was also the this case; the biography and ancestry of General Fund___--_._._';,'__ ?-$ 2 11

;' a.1 1 .ntdistandng the men in the row able that some of theiIIes O h ,town In: this article the ways and means instrumental music. The difficult sub- the alleged charmer was given by her s> Interest __ ____ -. 985 59 '. I
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latterdid not belong to theyr4trewa have requested .b te.,. b 'nuis. only need to be discussed. Acreage, from the hou. and the t
'b sL The y" \ ject, "The political and business phaseof e-rops. perplexed Road and Bridge Fundi. _-__ MOT 18 !
ance. Thepo iitle oWnerl territory, taxes, costs, etc., can come ,
.. and returned home with '.: prohibition," was handled by D. E. husband came in for an unlimited number Sinking Fund___--__-_+;______ 1093 22 '-

$ it f breath almost gone and their hands not to allow;; ".{. 'g ht on latart Knight Esq., in a manner that evinced of adjectives, the mildest of which Water Works Fund___,i|_____ 636 68.,, -
the 'L toappotntl Chapter 16, General Statutes of the
full ot blisters. tf street4 the a thorough study of the theme and it was "no 'count. trifling, good fo nuffin 'Bills examined and ordered paid:

i pn the pier Mr. Livingston had .I: f State of Florida, provides that in such was well received. nigger." GENERAL FDE. .. ... .

? clothes lines one end of sidewalks ot cases as this a majority of those owning How the thing would have ended had I r
stretched some .
... '.... .......... ,,...... P. Duncan, membercpncciL: __t 1 00
enforce e4 g to be benefitted. by the drainage :-+++ ''' ''' --+
low down. After the. : not Mayor Hoover and Night Marshal
Lwhie was very II W. J. Griffin i: ___ 1 00 ,
else will tiOeaeflt present a petition to the board of county i W. C. T. U. !
fast Burnsed .. ;
!!?peopie in the launches had made '-"' arrived on the scene, is not 1'. H.Long ; : i.. '100 '
; I their.craft they ran breathless, along the census wm'tion .. ".p pula- I setting forth the dimensions I Edited by Mrs. D. E.: Knight. I known. They put a comparative quie A. 8. Crews, lalary.....; .-_____. 5 (00)( .t

)"pierr,'towds. to land. Having looked on to probi'bf .t'1',. ."". .' .. ..;,.- :!1Jhey and location of such drains'benefitted.and a ...,'" I ,........,......._.................t tus on the affair by arresting the husband C. F. Hoover, mayor'si.ftes; __.__ 2 fo -... :
of the lands
will insist it. t to be
on map
the bright fire so long, now when theIbatn liter When, in the history of the state have and wife. The husband and hit O. A.Futch,'.clerk's fe "i;_____u i: 4 24 :" l' '

house at the foot of the pier hid the o -; ;r e3f publication, a day in court is giv- we bad a political issue .that means so alleged inamorata both averred that the W. L. Wall, fire cbief jjj.J: _____* 2 00 .j., :";

. 'iht, they could see nothing, and were An [Incorporated Cow citing all persons who may be interested much to its citizenship as the present issue latter was ill and was on her way to a J.B.Casziefiremsn4J---------v .

.,bippe4p; 2eUn the Unes. Lucian ... to appear and present any I't'asonwh"iJuch of whether or not we shall, by our physician when the wife appeared on W H; ;. Jliner II -4-_______.,.' l 00

. I :Wainf hVgoC aSivVntanpled and was The editor of tho Jasper ws petition .should or should not votes in next November, fosever prohib. the scene. The arrested parties gave J.C.Alyarez .__?_j.._____ 100 J
i-.VA fi.h-1Xbfr'W;: RoSler waxes wroth at the "boszis4Ils his be gantedIt, then, the commissioners bond for their .
fall 1 in the .
A .-- it the manufacture sale of intoxi- appearance mayor'scourt Roger Wells .-.1'------ 00 .
I town an "incorporated cow peY decide that such ditch drain or canals .,
*a1sdberitripdktp says answer'to
/Wells, who bad ;; cants or whether we shall by our votes to a charge of disturb- H. L. Miner _U. ________ 1 00 : ; \
film I that 500 cattle roam the street!!# /hat l be established proper steps are the '" '
;grabbed him by the collar and saved continue the manufacture and sale of ing peace. The wife commanded Carl Knight .__ ..L-______ 100"()( :- ,\
the "stench arising from is taken to have accurate showing
.from a sousing. 2X: survey tbe same? the other woman to step down and out W. L. Kickliter .__Ij._ _.i: 1 0) -

:.- Mr. LivLogaltfC wtaliyvignoran malodoron. during the fJUth commencement canal route and terminals of Never in this state has an issue of its and had to be held by Mr. Bnrnsed to W. Moitt II L'' ..-,.-... 1 (00)( .;: .

the cansexil his visitors coming, thonit lutely suffocating at night. .... and all tributaries to same show- importance been presented for qs to pass keep her from doing the woman harm. Clyde Chancy:1. ______ 1 (00)( -:' t1:
)3e goes on to pay: "O has icgwidtb, depth and length, and estimate The husband and was and still of remain and wife then left for I -H
I they were a of upon a great many us L. H. Austin salary -t H--_____- 50 COEd
thousands of dollars costs by competent engineers
the act of bringing ups case of Ma spent When silent, and at the price of what? At the home together, a sadder and unhappierpair. Burnsed _}:L_______ 45 (00)( .- ,4 -I-
crete and asphalt sidewalks, it is all these data and facts are accurately -
; ifit oe'lebrtted soda water fro \j price of the virtue, the peace, the happiness Ed Burnsed, fees------2 00
i ; Impossible for the ladies to wail4reon: ascertained the commissioners advertise i "
bi l4torwhea.be1feard; the qu'tior1yhere5 : the prosperity and the manhood J. Wi Morgan, mdse___i_-__-_.-___ 50 :
without soiling their clothing/ the for bids on said work or canal! Ice Mule Got! Excited.
/; theftre'jpanted out ? and womanhood of the state. Why in T. W., com j.|' 13; 71
after t 8l t feotno drains.To ----- -------
a4e f.'dozenpersois. He then e person'whoat our little primary elections we can wax Pratt street is a very quiet neighborhood ROAXD BRIDGES FTSD. **
lights are out is compelled to walk bureets pay all expenses of drainage all ;
iatbba.da Jafge pile of brnslr'6 '* exceedingly; warm over the chanced of and has au excitement only once G. C. Livingston & Co.,'riails____ 83
when he homePa 8 to lands are assessed in proportion ns-each 'lj
hadeet account gets goo favorite caudtdate when real in every twelve The last took
LirbicBw> to on : leof'' oijr there is years. Jeff Lee, street work..i. I'OO
. 'bathtub and send his es to the el or lot shall be benefitted. The -------
: ofghe wind. The dIdbe''firefighters t 14w then provides how an_ equitable lyno issue involved, but merely the plACe Tuesday morning and was causedby F. R. Lillabridge"j: _______ 4 07 : ;-j "
consol adry. choice between men who are each affiliated a mule whose occupation should l-
: VJP tettb t Assessment shall be concluded and how R. P. Mattox, sanitary w rrk----- 91 00
. |i'Jhe'mlEivin best they could. Mr: tWell, what's the use i vtith the same political party, bo make him too cool-headed for"lech car- There being no further''business, the .
levied annually
the collar ab6utit? Sta4b is'in such assessment may be .
who bete now, at time ryings-on. ,
lyedfRoger Wells, a when every thing that is council adjourned. i
tike ias a tax for oneto six ears.1Wie I
fix bne.we things'pcyii.Lly. ..
( Starve fire brigade, for comyto 19 high and holy is involved,, and'at a time Tuesday, as the ice man was makinghis C. A. FcjtCH, Clerk.
; 'W let the lights bn commissioners are empowered to I _
Kingsley lake to put -- \ when our sense of justice and right second matutinal round and wa On

! 'aLzigL> trash pile, and Roger, in id in the morning' we cieaf1! islne scnp bearing six per cent. interest, should be shocked, benumbed and dum'oun'ded north Walnut street, near Pratt, dtliveritig Florida State College or Women.
J li11alks. It is true that-'Ylee redeemble. in one to six years, upon t .
I td* b, r." it was Sunday night,.! ,t 4 t at tho pernicious and vile practices ice at a residence, the large mal On September 28th, tu$ regular opening : F -

: : dream that it was only? bJjnights 'Ianpt facilitai.' \\'Y i ihich they may borrow money to pay : of the saloon element of this state tbat draws the wagon became frighten day, the Florida Sf tb College for
fbe bistance conversation t HOT the drainage. Only territory bene
g. iu purchasing the vote of thousands of t-d at; an automobile that approachedfrom Women will open in thlf beautiful new I
3.1:0: i and the o fitted the tax. Some idea of extent -
r -. treet8 clanging piys -
'f- the rif-raff of the negro race in order to' behind, and ran down Pratt street udministraffon buildingutt Tallahasseethat '. 'l ',
11k t'there offsets even and cost of the work will be given r '
/ Phi Sigma CoIIeoe.aouncement : ( are >fo,th14 .I. vote them as so many chattels, we stilt as fast as he was able to pull the heavy : is now Veinf completed.; The two
en' ling can equal the wief JLU a future article.
is made in today's \ remain liJur, and at a time the blood vehicle looking to the right and to the large towers which rise' k"gh above the
: uei C. L. PEEK.
tion'a' after in
feels i f.
is> i
. :.. .vreraph tbat Phi Sigma College, Prof. cl. has. a dtove should curdle; in our veins from the debauchery left and uttering brays of distieTliey s. roof give the building dignified f ap. .. m
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George C. Looney'* school, will open on I farther phased the trePtdisturb E. Be a Booster. being practiced by this most wagon In its headlong flight resembled pearance. $ t T;

loth. The location orchisschool ; noisy bo s.nmbew\up debased of human institution the saloJn.Oh a tug boat in a choppy cea and I Th prospects for a jrosperons,year "C t tAc

eptember Melrose is ideal and ProfessorpLooney's j' >f othciJ k'f Do you know there's lots of people, /'let every libertyJJIoving man and thtji cakes of ice it contained were scattered are very flittering. More| rooms have ;
at ,
had shed ,electric lights and
weconcrete Settin' round in town, .
ability aa an instructor is so every woman in the state take up this fight over the street breaking into little rpady been reserved bly.stndnts than

:: i that nothing Wfl: could si ilks we thought the cows Growliu' like a broody chicken, that means so much to us and wage.the bit At last two of the vthrels tirost \".\!'rE't'elved in any pre'ld1cs: : year at thui .' _,3I' : >
established .
*.weU were.'ont of pl in /$he town, bat then Ktiockin' good thing down? : 43Lt
would add to it. Professor Looney'B every scepter of war with unrelenting energy and there T&9 a "np to the fr peedippi rim*, and ff'qUf'tilt';: for ('iefaervaticns are: ': .

f: i,pay Florida was done" as prin- i two bulls pull' down' :.the smokestacknight I Dou't you be that kind o' cattle, until tbe last vote is polled on Novemberthe A perceptible coolness,like that betweentwo coming in regularly. 1 I .
in I Icows
first; work crorls\ooklDt ; :-
I of the power'onseand earth -.
ain't '
'Cause ,
; of Starve High School nearly' : they no good on 8th, next, and lets forever drive from men, each of whom suspects the Every preparation is.jzdade to meet 1':'
; ., pal drove the dies off the Si&lkR: .. .
be booster
"on rooster,
j!l8t. a
: but his pupils, noSfrowii our fair state the sale of this accursed other of having killed his dog pervaded the nerds of the increase enrollment. ':"
: twenty years ago respeotPor retand. :
thejtattle.: .
and all worth.
our .: \0 ,Crow and boost for you're stuff that has Pratt street until the ice melted. In the first the has
4 and women", still look back] article brought more suffering, place, faulty been Ti. !

:::1 ''to'that men time as among the best and most asking The ,Jasper"Wh editor m ends$.' visitors his m rit.1I oar' If your town needs boo!"till', boost 'er, sin and distress to mankind in ages past: Bales His Own Hay. increased to mtet the growing demands.In c':'....".#. .....

.their ,school days. Without Dqu't hold back and wait to see than all the ware, pestilences and fain. the second place, $4 only has the: ., ., ".., I
vucefulibf; town think 4us-r WeI1, that l another ? D. W. Kelly, of New River, is a Brad: ..... 't: ->"
t feel the liveliest interest ;' If sortie other feller's.williu', ines combined. laboratory, the clas&-rooi4! and the auditorium 'If .
\ exception they questio ;tf ford county farmer who has adopted the : :
whatever affects Mr. Looney and this I 1-4: aitright: in-the! country's free. Who is it that is debasing politics; whc space been thceua1 foar to : ?:} f.
in plan of
- interest, ts reciprocated by him o'" J'Ud e Flour. :tJ ,No bne s got a mprrgage on it, if> it that is dragging the negro into ihi.I growing and baling his own hay. are-fold by the new j rdminutrationmldiu ....... r.;:>; : ..
Mr. ,
.friendly ,, .t o Kelly plants German millet. It .. ,L1kX.
his former students and their chile It'* yours as much as his; fight to trample upon the conscience and I '> :, bi t an extenie addition is ., ,I -- n J 1"

.t .for dren.! 'It: is natural, therefore, that 9ut Sjthird ot.our: food is preaftr3i'ftour II your town is shy on boosters, heart of our loved ones; who is it that i h I grade grows of luxuriantly hay. He saved and this makes a fine 114 being built to the already!; large dining <. '::..: :, ., \' '.

keen interest in the suC : every buyer of pro vis- You get in the boostin' biz. purchasing and corrupting man; who I season room. Moreover, the model schoolroom ... .'.' .
; tarke feels a shcufdinow bales and having a surplus has brought t .
of Phi Sigma .CmPUlaa -VTons how o pick put good it in this fight that walks hand in ham!I is being enlarged1; that ample .f.1).1. ;'
-i cess and prosperity S flour. The Telegraph I If things don't seem to suit yon, a lot of the hay to J. M. Murrhee'sstore ; : "
' and wholesome with the thug, the bum, the thief, the space can be given for jbje: handiwork. ..
: k 6 m asked an experiencedhnilleihow' Aad! the world seems kinder wrong IWh.'s : in Starke, to be gold. T'i';'. r' .
I_____ : reporter liar the murderer and harlot; who is ii Every effort is made to fc cnre the verybest ;
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1 f it could be done and received, the i the matter with a-boostiu' that is robbing thousands. of. onr hnmp.; Master Louis Witkoveki, of Pensaco- facilities for he !. instruction of : : : J.!j'
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Parly. \ Jug to help the thing along? j< I
S following information: I of their happiness, peace and prosperityand la, is spending a while at Eingsley lake teachers in the normal schpo1. I21.: ,,. '

5T a Thursday evening a jovial party met Pat a little flour on a paperVold"to the 'Canst things should stop agoin'We'i I of the virtue of their manhood and with his cousins, Jeannette and Florence I IlAWny. I .; : :: 'Z'
f1. Powell's be in a sorry plight; t rl... ; : :
with the
fin the opposite over it and press down Matthews.H. .
pine grove paper womanhood; who is it that 0r. l
: road to enjoy I turn& You jus; keep that horn a.blowin', ;:.{ ,
Lakevi [ is back I
residence on the hand. When the paper our officials and with tbe assistance Lawtey August Rebecca .. :" .1..1 rY "r., ..
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Lagergren in Lake Bntlei ,
r.'; ,themselves with gaties and play the flour should have a creamyor" ; if Boost'er up with all your might.If of their accursed stuff, the drink wag Whitehead left Saturday" for Jacksonville ", ,.:; '.;"' ;.,. !
ilonday and laid out Towusend's Addition 1"
, [among the trees. Torcfies and fires lit it looks bluish it was made. fronf. damp you kiijw a feller's failiu'p, I have been enabled to pass laws according where she will be the guest of her. .'....'. .-, "
w to that city. This tract, owned ...".' ..-. ;j
by !
| and belatel wayfarers on if white .it had beh arti- know : brother, Tom Whitebeac for few "... .. ,
a .
k up.the grove wheat pure Jut'oret ('Ill. 'cause yon to their own liking; who is it that Townsend Bros., lies south of die G. b. .c .,." .. ." ;- .J", ).
what it all 4Ur. '' ; '
,the road stopped to wide. ficially bleached. If the smoothlypress That same feller's got some good points; pays for the publishing of the falsehoodsthat & F. west of Lake days. I : '.. I .

r ?'iu ant. Dr. and MT8L: W. Denham ed lump: of flour shows number of lit- Theui'a l\\\ ,ones yon want to know. are being published in the way of railway, street ano Twig, of Ham tfan! was a visitor -- .':i. .: -. ., .', : *
north of the high school grounds.The 't ..
land Mrs. j' TEdwards chaperoned -, it made" from dry..grain, laves I to Lawtey last 'rida}.; ;,;i' .
: ; Mr. and 1 le cracks was "Cast your out on the waters- the Alabama letters? It is the saloon I ,;< .''';;: : ., :

the party. A Cupper c misting but if the lump is solid it indicates amp They'll'con back." 's sayin' true, keeper who fosters" and encourage a alf** I reporter has been shown a sampleof A son was born last Tpdrsday to Mr. "i.r:," ", ; f #'', ..

: fof chicken pillan,,pic4 and bread wa wheat and lumpy flour. Then throw :Maybe:\ th y'lllOlUe back "buttered" : these pernicious habits. We have the remarkably fine sea island cortot and Mrs. John Bennett. .-j j '.-. ... .. 'to'To. .' I ,1

fserved, and much reulftfed. It :-was'limost the flour up in the air; if the greater When some filer boosts for :yon. utmost! respect for the man who honestly grown by J. W. Woods, of the Water Mrs. A. M. Van DyKa and mother; .. _'of,',....", : .

4 enjoyable affalrUd will long bi part floats about and comes down,slowly -Albert Lee|. in Minnesota Times- believes in the legalized sale of intoxicants O.ik section. This cotton U also very Mrs. Martha William, ware shopping .. .,..!. ,"r.,.;&?'1',. I '

,;' remembered. .$. -4? it is good, but if it :falls qnicklyjtf isdamp Press. but we hold in utter contempt the j j prolific and Mr. Woods expects to gather in Jacksonville last Frida'i.J ; ". .",1t-4. ... '1 J. "'

}.c. :' The members of,the. .party were: DrI" or mixed with marble dust,'a c-m.. man that is not honest in the position betakes 3000 pounds of it from his 3-dcre field.D. C. Randall returned, jtb Cincinnati. ;;. : / ...'.: "
ndMrs.- L. W. Qesb CMr.: and Mrs.'"1 Inbn adulterant. A Changed Services. upon this question and that will K. Wainright has moved his family Wednesday. \ | :". ..; .4."",,;' -L.:';-''f. 'j': .

3&sesButh Wainright '. On account twice a monthat Rev. and Mrs.Joseph Anile and little 1 .r.< ,
W. Edwards, .t serrices : '"
i _' ::'., for the sake of money or influence so debase from Tampa to his place lately purchased -. ;
-tva Prescott, Oiil Edwards, Eva,.PowU '' V.> In Honor ol! Miss .Strickland.4Akception ( Hampton and for-.the sake of havingno man. in the Water Oak section. Mr. Paul are fojourning for at iew days. atf .'i ..: ;'.,.?: 4 .:, -

Andre .;Sophie, Elsa ,and, Miss Et el conflicting tervices there, we have Kingsley lake. \ \ .Q( Y,.:,!.. 'I' "j .1?
Evy ) given
I : was .by E Wainright is a locomotive engineer, but ::'
Otortrude <5eUl., Dannie, Minnie; her home on' Cherry: str etTtIeSday arranged for serticeshere on the usual Mormon Conference. Mrs. Johnson, of PlarfjCity is. the jt S: ::1
Steriwnrg at his health does not permit bin/to practice ,: / Ia.
Mamie, Min.o at Starke. uow longas r. this week of Rev. and Mrs H. 1Harris. i--S\\ .:., ..' J
Louise days from on so guest C.
p pessant her
e and I evening in honor of guest, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter his trade any longer and he will go ..
____ Anita ; remain pastoi of Starke Christian "w '
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and Inez Harter, Miss Alice Strickland. The evening Was Day Saints will hold their annual con- to fanning. ,
WainrigUt, Mattie Pow- church services ww beheld on second _ Manning Robinson, of gfimpspn''atj; !P a. '-
,'Willi, Freddie pleasantly spent with music daccing ference at Oak Grove, nine miles west of ,"
Aunie Susie andJd7r& and fourth Sunda ...: :JV1* are anxious N. B. Hull experimented the other was visiting his mother,: Mrs. lohJ f'
Mate: !, of choice refresh very !;
ll, Carrie. and the partaking ( Lake Butler, August 18, 19, 20 and 21. "
abe] and Beatrice Wills, number of f were that all maul ri .b&tfireseDt next 11 day with cutting the weeds growing in Hall who has been quite ill with maJ. ,,.;' -: 1
- Darby ment.a. large guests Meeting a. m. on Thursday, the '\
)Lou1eFIOr- 144tHuQflrethave the street gutters with a mowing ma- rial fever last Friday. '
August some j
; '- tateI present and the occasion was a most enjoyable Sunday 18th, and at 11 a. m. and 2 p. m. the remaining I ; 4
Mrs. Andrevfcian 'eE tberfuhctions important things tcUttfuTd5o.. Pleasebe I chine. With the assistance of a man to Andrew Lowery was a visitor to Jacksonville "' .,.
Willis all
UIIi Mrs. onV, as are staking days. There will be 26 elders '
A. M Fay All arfllowaally invited. l FHhe knife bar'over obstructions the hut Sunday. i '
Wainright. R- .h'ome.rt present. ;:, -
Lu .V8sSSS place at the Sierutmnz in attendance also President Chas. A. :!- -'
; 'i L. ,"' scheme worked well and may solve the Rev. J. M. Deveneau of ; ,
d Clarence Hart J. L DowlinW3" >iifr of towhue ...w re,.) r. Charles ") ,1i tNNIGHa31. i Callis, of the Southern States Mission, :; Hampton ,

Knight, Cosmo Alvarez ger and It'r( Strickland, of WaraoTa'brother of the Mr. Callis to be the principal speaker. problem of keeping the streets free from was transacting business ii 1 JLawtey: lart. ..

'io W UI, Bailey Wlltainclair : Doo Harter" bon ree, Dr. Fred. Sayles, of Bronson, tbr s fan L'prcn. Everybody cordially invited. No collections -I weeds. Tuesday. ,J': .." '-

Peek, Abram Bai'1'P." and Mr. Fred. Campbell, of Alachua. Preaching services pry second and taken up. 8-5-2t :Mrs. L. C. Ray was summoned to IOUCe ol ta14 .

? Wall:JChas. and Geo. Powell, Lorz fourth Sunday. \ Green Cove Springs uesday by a tt le- >
.! Adams Bowe Cnur CD{Directory..Sunday Notice. To the Citizens of EaifordndVicfn1t7I j j" '
,Grtf'D,' Lee Taytor. .presbyterlao, Sunday school every Spday morning gram anno!ancing the d ath during th- :
have sold .meat market to-Mr. ,
'lBherhouse.;Stroud, Martin McNair. Ii. j: school every Sabbath day at at 10 o'clock. Our patrons are hereby notified that night before oi her sister, Mr*.. Frederick aiit ta'thW'; -. ..'
j t Robert Cone, of Starke, I -- -c41
---- 10"a.mI Prayer meeting and Bi study every our grist mill will hereafter be operated R. Postop. Mrs. Bay had visited .< -- -.
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"_ L ':lapUstCliurcli Director v''PrayeTjtfeeting and Bible study every Thursday evening at 7 o'ck?: 'J every Saturday. Good service is guar- her sister only a few weeks ago and the liberal patronage) given my raV and' IrcaM :

,'. on4&y ioot 9:45'". m. Wednesday at 7:80 p. m. All are cordially invite land, mem- anteed and your patronage is solicited. announcement of her death was a great ask them to"contmav the.tame tOm1; ,

-f a. : an4.1:45 p. m. Young People's Meeting on Sundays hers are requested to be prt% it. CASOVA & KNIGHT, shock. Mrs. Poston had been marriedbut successor. ,!. '4fii91.1t .,"/ .., .". 1.

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. t IOWA REPUBLICANS. CRIMES M ,'lohl'Iigcm-I 4erhapsMes i t -' 1t-
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. No Match Indorse Insurgent Wing of Party at CASUALTIES.' .. arsba vllt. Ga bY' Ala., wassan1tarlum' PP:.. Jt.u" : < Q 1f. .1;
Two Men Killed at Gray's Station, a Convention.r he heart

!r", > .t \\YEARIES THE 6.0.-P.Secntaiy's Few Miles From Macon. ", For a WomanBy Republican Iowa wrote herself vigorously -' "hOtJngg'throng' &t the resi .'In! the adflnhfle., )1.vigreceved'swc. uttin. ; fi

.. progressive at Des Moines at R H. King, :
Two men, S. E. Etheri!Ue. and his BIdwzccumi7, Ala., ab4Omjj; &-
} a convention, which was in an uproar whowas visiting. Mr. King was
brother Tom, were shot ieid in' their SADIE OLCOTT I from P s4cola.Ncb1eg'ftr a Par,
most of the time ent of Fort Valley snd was in
tracks at Grays Station. 20 miles ty of) 4 js, was IP..endfnt'tt.Wa weeks;
i A Resignation Night Copyright 1910, by American Press Senators Cummins and Doll yer and ad ealth and brooding ov!:r his con-
from Macon in a feud f-r-t with the In ca Perdidff Bayanli he and
' Association. the insurgent delegation at Washington tlo he took his life, it 1k said.
Morton brothers. Will, Sam, Luther some i4tziions went info tne wocds ;,
Ce Jelcoir.e. enthusiastically S '
were indorsed.
and Tom. The feud had been smold r. Tle young women were drownedin on a h. 'i'p crawling through some -\ i
r "Jaques" said the wife of .Jaques The new tariff law was branded as"
) Ing several days. Ten days ago, it t? Trinity river about 12 miles thickdentallj: jtbrushlthe gun'was' accitychargedf \\
, Chabouliez "I in the light of the party
wish you would not be a failure "
Is claimed by the Etheridge faction weqof Batson, Hardin co ntr. Theyref' "I ,
MENACES fARTY HARMONY so intimate with Pierre FabrL He pledge of 1908.President 1f : .' ..-.' ,f-fy'
'z Miss Mamie Logani
. Will Morton enticed a negro from the has Italian blood In his veins, and Idon.t Taft received only a lukewarm : aged ; .Flre: es roYed'the Texas &; 'paclfltf!
farm I Mfag Emma Kerr, aged 2'', and Mrs.
of Steve Etheridge to his Mor
place faith in those people. indorsement. .j rallroafl.unsplag staticm at SSennaa.Texaac .
- Taft Will! Not Dlemlst the Secretary ton's place. A week I : Edgar Beaver 28. They were members '\'
ago they met on "Pierre is my best friend. I A sop of harmony wag flung out 1- During fire a gasoline tank
i of 4. picnic
: of the Interior, but It it Believed the street here and following an argument "And you will not be on your guard the Indorsement of Governor Carroll I party andwere wad. exploded, throwing the borniag fluid

. ; That He Would Like Very Much to Morton fired three times at against him?" An attempt to use the st| m rolle- i. Ing in tW river when they steppedsuddenlytfto Into J. m. crowd of spectators, rferlously

I See Balllnger Quit. Gtheridge, but failed to injure him. "No. You women take sudden dis- and make tv-e state centra ; comm' I deep waterazid :before burn/ng-twjjinty people. All will re-
kia help could-rtach them drow d. The
: No likes. Ten Pierre has not ,
case made to one Th
was out against the tee overwhelmingly progressive wa< I cove(- Josa.1a..small. '
There la increasing evidence at Beverly former. treated you with that deference or consideration bodies>'t4 recovered. i
Friday the
two E eridges. called off presumably at the hint c 'A fveIghJltwreck, in .whlcn Eag

. :ir& MaiL, that the recent bombard. accompanied by Clinton Kitchins, a woman craves from all) Senator Cummins.The j Paris, tyce, witnessed 'a| demonstration Cogllzer and'!' Brakeman Ryan me .
1 of the letters
ment president with
rode up to the Morton store to bring men.He progressive majority range- pf "lynch law" in \the heartof death and two others were badly
from republican leaders in all has treated with the utmost
parts me '
matters to a conclusion. Will Morton close' to 300 on every qurotion Tb- the capital A policeman wa; jur d, excused: at.Analomjak,
ot the that SecreUrj consideration.
country agreed to fight Kitchins with his fists. resolutions committee was progres about to arres(an Apache la the Boulevard Delaware l ckawjinaJtWeT.
of the Interior Ballinger was "What do you mean by thatT'"Well *.
I They got together and Morton called alve6toS. Sebaatopol, when the man road at titoudsburg. Pa.. he
proving an embarrassment in the. since I must either tell you r
4 out that he. was whipped. Then the fired at .hiin with a revolver. The of 62 loaded ,ca.ranaay on '
or leave to stupidly put yourself
lajing of plans for the coming congressional you
claim is that Luther first bullef, wounded the policeman Poco ? nt
Morton fired with o P.
campaigns, is beginning to in his power I will do so. Know then CHOLERA RAVAGES RUSSIA.

have effect, Jf not upon the president his shot gun, killing; Steve Etheridge.The that before I married you Pierre pro- and kllledta." jnan passing.the street. Fire de gu JliLW.kJi. G I- 3

latter's face was blown away. to Be With A crowd speedily gatehered, siezed the wholesale ]
himself, at least upon the advisers posed me. Disease Said to Spreading wdetaif1bdl"Jini' 710

I who, are closest to him. Some one, supposedly from an up- "Ah! Well, if a woman loves a man Alarming Rapidity. Apache anjlhanged. him to a lamppost Sprague aV nue, Spokane''Wash, and

No attempt is made to deny the stairs window, fired three times at that another woman loves she will Russia's scourge; the cholera, continues caused S1S ,OOO damage. The smoke

. reports that Senator Crane at the Morris Etheridge with a revolver, to gain her ends resort to any trickeryto to spread with alarming rapid- Frozen t*death with the thermometer drove half .L hundred occupants of the

bullets passing through his stomach, dispossess the other. You are a mining at lOpjn the shade the fate
; very outset of his political pilgrimagein ity, particularly in the southern was Victor fcott'jt. adjpinfc. ;, into the street

the west, had probably suggested mouth and bear woman and you look upon Pierre districts and' in St. Petersbug.where of a Mexlcifl.. at Maricopa, three hundred clad only la their night clothes. No

Sheriff Brooks through a. woman's eye. 1 am not fast ml1e F stof'El Paso, Texas on hurt.
to Secr.etary Balllnger at Minneapolis rushed his four prisoners the conditions are approaching one- was

that his duty to the party might require who submitted to arrest peace- afraid 'of him." the proportions of the great: the Arizona!:ff !1A carload of ice CholeralaImed 5,979 victims during .
This in when the Prusslans '
. that he sacrifice his place in ably, declaring that they had warned I were marching was into, France. One daya epidemic of 1908. i had:been; nnlo&Kfaron coveredf the" depot platform the wejlk of July 16-23, according

the cabinet. the Etheridges to keep away, to the party of French soldiers stepped Figures furnished by the central .,and ith, a heavy tampaIi0 to statistlcii made public by the government .

home of their mother. He then up sanitary bureau show that rn the : T4e iju jHing sleep and sanitary commission at St.
to Jaques Chabouliez and arrested him. VPetersburF.
.i I- slipped them out to Clinton wherehe They took him to headquarters and week from July 24 to July 30 the lat esoipa.,,fr6mtt, .,11; | Bheat crawled .. Russia and the dread

,.. has them in hiding, refusing to di the general ordered them to sE\&rch est available complete figures', there beneath the-: here he was scourge is spreading. Since last May

1 vulge their whereabouts. him. In one of his pockets was found were 15,244 cases of cholera, and f ?dtYi ;[ : ozen stiff. there have been 37,65 case: ,*of which
A The trouble occurred during a reunion a tiny ball no bigger than a pill It 6,944 deaths. Of these 4,780 cases ,t .. ay known as 16,651 were fatal. There IS.:1 startling

,,-/f"t. of Confederate veterans the was carefully pulled apart and provedto 2,333 deaths were reported from ,the 'o ,'oV., -' -.' + test cornetists, increase of 40 case* and 12

"., most peaceful and fraternal of the be tissue paper. On It was writtenthe province of Yakaterrinc/slav and ,the died"' .' ... 83 years old. deaths day in the capJtaJU it is no.
,'t I present day celebrations.' position and strength of the different territory of the Don Cossacks in rr p Adellna Patti! ported. Forty-two provinces are
iI '
( The locality is very much excited French army corps opposing the South ussia. t i. e BuuthiTlolinlst: cm cencert stricken. V

over the occurrence and it is reportedthat Prussians. The provincial assembly of Yeka- a8 comet 'soloist. He was a Police Odcer William Caudle was

t "That is sufficient," said the general. terinoslav has assigned $ OOOOf for r member of the Philharmonic shot in the breast and
't" I troops have been sent to the seriously injured -
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$ scene to prevent trouble. "Take him out and shoot him." the cause. 1 cjdfty of New York, and in 1872and_ and John Grubbs, of Barnwell,

: i -..... t There was no formality of a trial tit ts'ti was soloist 'with the Thomas or- S. C., 8altkiob fefc "prinlnent family -

\ Jaques. who was at a loss how to account TREASURE FOUND IN sd: cTieUra.Mixed. 'W'afl SfcSdthrough. the brain and

I4 DEATH TO SPAIN for the paper being in his pocket. \ freight and passenger train kl1Mi.1nittuggle.on. \; the bridge near
I ; was taken out and was about to suffer Men Are Guarding Wreck of Steamer I -
, .. I No! 73, Americus to Montgomery on 1 Jforth Augusta, Ga. The shooting attracted
;.. ; death when a volley came from a Atlantic Sunk in 1852. M
the'Sefttoard, was wrecked at,Hutch-j I, a *teat crowd and for time
. _ _
'. wood It fired line
t POPE near by. was by a have
LONG LIVE THE Believing they a $400,000'Jreasure :
& Ala
", Ins rossing, near Hnrtsboro, Double waj feaf.buttbe arrival of
of Prussian skirmishers, who had arrived j
their guarding
.. in men are
grasp, .
Lee Meldrim and his colored police lai39n bnfignt
Ente'4 ,i quiet The
'tf Just in time to save poor Jaques"life. and what Is believed by '
night day IreMan both of Americus trouble"gre of attempt '
? His French guards took to their wem'j. out an to rejslst -
be the wreck of the steamer
them to
Clerical Shouted heel scalded and their recth'erJ an officer.
Slogan on Jaques was a true Frenchman Lake5. Erie.
of in
-:1: Atlantic LongPoint,
but he would rather live among his Doubtful.. The engine three freight f ,. *
.... I The Atlantic was sunk in collision In j 'and baggage car left the Iracthf I1: S.: v .f
. San Sebastian Streets. country's enemies than die among his cap f ';
1852 by the steamer Ogdensburg and
NEWS PostmaswrkXJeneral
J. country's defenders. engine turning completely over FKpMv
___ 150 lives were lost. Many were .
,: I ----- The territory In which Jaques Chabouliez Two: children are dead two ptheJare : 1, NATION HItchcocki4sijgmtI.CAPITht.
'f drowned in their berths. l : '.... ,Jled when, h /
lived etulD-
. : was from that time till 'cr \lcaIl> injuic-d and :
: RICHARD BALLINGER. I MANY ARRESTS WERE MADEUnrest the end of the war occupied by the The wreck lies in 153 feet o .water. terriblv burned as tha sevenymcare r@stiiti ed home frcmv Europe to jeairrtctth& -

f. ...... The statement .w-'s' reiterated, how I Prussians, so that be had no cause for In the hold It is believed that divers I f.i the unsjuing of. a truck -l loaded .J fulfilment; his prediction.o a HO-

w i ..... ever. that President Taft would not fear that: he would be shot for a spy. will find two safes containing ${otf.oooIn [ carbowTbf vitriol cm which they 000,000 reduction in the.,jearly; :; postal

:' : .. ..': as much as "lift his little finger If by ( and Disquietude. In Spain .Almost Both he and his wife knew that the: gold. The wreck of the Atlantic ridini, af Philadelphia. The'dr deficit The report of the 3ud\tor of

1:: so doing he could secure the retire-1 i Resulted in Serious Uprlsng: paper which bad convicted him bad was fonad ,virtually intact. No s Qle- tb.thrck.and, eight other mheedja the department: showed tifr.vIgfor

'.. ment of the secretary of the interior at San Sebastain-Troops Constantly f been put Into his pocket by some one I tons were foundtja the superficial': rescue-the children*f the fiscal tear toibe fl1,1OOO. C
department." | who was anxious to get him out of the : amln::. lon. A '
J\ on Guard to Quell Disturbance.The fluid are: < enffjerlnsf finu. ,, Funeral rerTice".held" a\ Washington -
."" .' In addition to the letters he ha way. Mme. Chabouliez suggested that -I' for the; late John
' 3rJ1s. ii! .ii: .G. lisle -
: received, the president has heard government's rigorous measure It might be her husband's friend. Pierre. i '
mer of the treas
. i verbally from a number of the party and the formal renunciation by the FabrL Jaques was very wroth wish> GENERAL The village of It'n Fire that darted from agin secretary -
: ed erf the tlrnple
f, leaders regarding the sentiment to clerical Junta of the threatened dem her for intimating such a thing. NEWS ou-tae-Hudson, N. Y., Is I( totally destroyed 't (." 'I Eop.. _

.' : ward Secretary Balllnger. They have onstratlon in this city insured comparative One evening when Jaques came home NOTES. Increasingly puzzled O th4e Carplina North t 'mltj-: 'I f conducted fn St. Thonjaa"Rev. rii .i'
I G. W, Austin. Wl'no
. he found no nor did he find his S! located a it ,Chester4- :
and supper the strange; disappearance of wq .
talked frankly ,with President Taft on tranquility Sunday a ., *'
:., attended bull fight the wife. There was not even a fire in John Burf.t. (C2; years clJ, and wh... I I sics the building--; and... ,WO I eulogy. .Tfce body was pi t"" In.t
the subject. it is said, and while they largely was .J 7
", ., the stove. Astonished he went out though beilrivlden( for years, walk :Lenkines and a * of the
with the chief Incident day. *
; have agreed president apparently *
:, and Inquired of the neighbors if they out of her home a week ago -n>l practical} r aciy 'theJToaf1 I tery but liter will be taken, to -

:i ,v In his position that nothing has From daybreak the streets were, had seen Mme. ChabouIiez. After many last seen dressed in a house gown id,1,I w \\ burned. The lois: esifmate-l! I. ington Ky| for interment. \ _

: ; been proved against Secre'.ary Ballin patrolled. by cavalry and gendarmes, inquiries he learned that she. in company slippers in the railroad: s'ation at Tar/\I to ft lach more than $ DOO and the A centra clearing house !
. ger, they have put the matter purely! while heavy bodies of troops were with Fabrl. had been wui
seen going insurance 'hardly irer the lo .- state for *
:- rjtown. The woman hr.d been long j e purpose of settl1"AU
basis arid have said that ,
r ( on a party held in readiness in the barracks at toward the Prussian picket line. Then
' : ., the campaign would be much easier so crippled by rheumatism that she,} J.?$. Watt, aged 62 irs, died at matters connected with the payxrfeniof
:; Miraraar Palace where the queen he began to lament and to curse: and
a;.. with the BallInger issue eliminated. was often unable to set a foot on the his home at Nashvil :; nn. Mr Interest I ;and the care of accounts,
:,: mother and the royal children are in to swear saying that no man could be ,
. '.".:. : The leaders have asserted that tha residence.The sufficiently guarded against the duplicity floor and for years had not left her Watts was ,. h'e oldest is a feature .of the postal savings fcai

,1 fight is going to be a hard one at be- I I incident occured last of women. Ills wife had been endeavoring hous I operators in 'point' ,,iservice in tbr system addpted by the committee c4

and while they feel sorry for Mr. B'if- greatest to prejudice I him against his Two officers and four seamen were counry, having ser d over forty-fivr: officials thii will make recomme da- .

I linger they regard hs presence in the evening when groups of clericals as best friend and now she had gone off: seriously or fatally hurt when an explosion I y .'ar&| in the' >usln "s. He had tht to th ': board of trustees.Cincthna .

) .. cabinet as a hardship. sembled shouting: with that friend. occurred upon submarine boA distinction! ofvhavii j taken the messages V Ohio, has a populationtions
. ., "Death to Spain-long live the
.. !.: !" Nothing was seen or heard of Mme. 1 at Portsmouth, Eng. It ./as.. e- announcing t e assassination o! of 364.463, !accordIng to figures mat

" :. REFUND DEMAr.OED.L Pope Chabouliez or Pierre Fabrl. and the clared that the vessel was irreparably : -,j3ncoln, Garleld. ana McKinley. public at Waahingtcm by Census DIrector

-- Thousands of indignant people rusn- deserted husband assumed that to get damaged. A defective boiler tube A: big wat-jspou!
.:;* *"; ,. Claims, Aggregating Thousands, Filed ed towards the manifestants and only rid of him or to be where he could not was said to be the cause. Coming on i sand spout upon sulking the beach 38,561, ort 8 per cent., as compared

.i: ..' ]r With Commerce Commission. i the personal intervention! of the governor get at them to punish them thpy had top of the recent Russian and Frencisubmarine sWept down, pulllv. 's island, near with the population in 1900. The population

.r. : j'f Hundreds of claims for reparation at the head of a platoon of po gone within the French lines. As the disasters. the accident crV Charleston3.' C:}'.frlgbtening hun-' of bonham, Texas. is 4,844

1 -! -*" ->- are being filed with the Interstate lice, prevented an attack. Nearly our days passed and he heard nothing of ated unusual excitement. '*, drede of women *ndtlldrn, but da-I as compared with 5,042 in 1900.
: hundred and fifty arrests were made them he made up his tniud that his ,
'lag ,? daiitngJB
r ';, i commerce commission directed against A Beverly. Mass., dispatch saf: no greate \h.e"1'l0: wreck .
wife. In order that he lutebt: be shot '
Many amusing scenes were witness. and ran! sanA
i't various railroad lines! In what Is President Taft has approved without! upcfl'cttagjBefore .
." known as the Southeastern territory ed. Priests leading trudging bandsof thus rendering her :I widow oud enabling comment an opinion by Attorney its collapse' it "'cpver M 'a 4ifc AFFAIRS At Los Aneles, CaL

that part of the country south of the peasants took to their heels when her to uinrry her lover %had put General WSckersham: to the effect that tance of about a nile on"the b adi/-"! >. IN WORLD! May Button the world't -
the ft his that hid
.r- Ohio and Potomac rivers and east if they found the city in the hands of nearlyOt paper him) hi*poeki-t\life. ThN failing! so there is no provision of law by which The body"'of a negro, riddled with F SPORTS. champion tennis playerr

; 't. I the Mississippi. The demands for the military. The peasants, all their she hid ;rov o:T with Pierre. the statue 'If Hen Robert E. lee. In sagt, was found hanging from the taken up cricket and organized a

p .. ;, ..... reparation pggregate hundreds of thou. courage gone; were disarmed and easily One rvrcinc vrhon lie wns anost! Confederate uniform, can be Amoved llinjb of a tree near Nottingham Ala. Jjp which ;Will meet all states' men's

sands of dollars. They are flle>l practically persuaded to return to their ready to Kill himself through;; grief and from Statuary hall In the ca/tol at Thg community in which the lynching teaScos. ,:

.:, ;. exclusively by shipper in the homes. In some cases the soldiers anger at the treatment be had received Washington.Mrs. occurred is a negro settlement, o.n1 J.%. KiJp trck, the Yale track cap

: I: southeastern territory, it is sa d. were compelled to supply with food his vrife walked into thfir! home. Sophia J. Turner, wife of th j" ofHcers believe the victim met tain and\football star, VIm be a candIdatetore -

v ... i I On August 1, 1908. the railroads !n the poor people who had come into His first impulse was to order her James Turner, a Ben Co\nty Kentucky dearth at the hands of members of his : national all-round championship -

: 'J- that territory put into effect tariffs the city to rail at the government.The away. Then it occurred to him that farmer gave blrtt to three own race. 'eft Chicago; cm August 13. He

f advancing the rates on freight classes local authorities are convinced if she had gone: away with Fabri she bouncing boys. All are l( ';ing well. While Mlllard Strlnger.aged 22, and will] wearVfhiJ colors cf the New York

r..:.. B, C, D and F, on fresh meats In carloads that the clerical demonstration mark. would not have returned. But be had Four years ago Mrs. Turn gave birthto Preston Ryan, aged 18 were: bathlna Athletic Ciab, and is said by his trainers

t ..' : and on grain grain products. ed i Carlit! plot. Clericals are ex not long to wait for an explanation.She twin boys. Mr. Turn will writeto in deep pond near Chattanooga, to havBJnll the requirements of .

- ; hay and packing house products from tremely indignant at the government's threw: a piece of paper on the Col. Roosevelt at once, asking him Tenn., the former, who was unableto first-class .ilrounil candidate.Bob .

Ohio and Mississippi river crossings repressive measures.! Senor Trguijf table. lIE: picked It up and read on it a to suggest names for tb new arrivals. swim got beyond his depth. Ryan Wob
\ and Nashville Tenn., to points In the chief organizer of the movement confession: from Fabri he
the ; that hd put With the avov.-ed &rpose to bull 1 1a went to the assistance of his cconpan catching fpnlnttle Rock last season

southeastern terrtory.! The advances declared that the purpose of the manifestation the paper in her husband's pocket and railroad from Sermon. Miss., to l Ion, who seized him around the body is now mafiaIng; the Spartanburg

S on class fr ght, fresh meats, and packIng'house : was peaceful. then Informed on !him. Amazed. he Birmingham. Ala.. ie Birmingham, and both were drowned. team In tUej5arc1Ina Association. and

.. averaged about three cents asked her how Demopolis & Scrantm : Company An automobile in which a lady
: j a hundred pcunds and cn grain, grain I told Pierre." she "I had I
: replied. hitting that4 keeping his team in the
. NEW SHORT LINE. was 'incorponfed by the! secretary whose name Is given as Mrs. Riversof
products ai d hay two cents a hundred that I bad married ,
long *
regretted not running I':" is playing first base
nounda. : of state of Abama. Its capital New Yort, and her son were rid
him instead of Then 1 I
-- proposed
though, aniot: catching.
'. Formal compWnt was instituted : is nominal. the i omoters being for !ingwas driven over a precipice on
Railroad Project Proposed NewmanErb
by that we -within! the French lines
...1" '",. against the railroads on account ol go the mast part cM-eas of Demopolis, 'Vcarriage_: road neah_ Nessereit.u ___. _In_ .tan? Third Banj-Ierman Bronkie ha
and Associates. and live together where you would not I been sold bji&e% cal
Austrian tyrol. > management
Ala. The driver} kill ;
. the advances, but the commission has find .
According to the terms of the us. So we went through the Nashville to.jblevefend. to be deliver' dat
reorganization .
ed. Rivers
that the lIechants'Uarge Mrs. was seriously, ana : .
not yet decided the case the title :t Prussian Into It is anno.lUCd
and the '
!\!, which is the A. P. Morgan Grain coin of the Chattanooga Southern French lines.outposts On the on way I told Line wtfch wil operate a line her son slightly! Injured. .. ,' .:JI**. ; the endoft| the leason.

\ cf Atlanta Ga. Atlantic railroad. the control of which has c'n he Alabama river be- J. C. Pincher, engineer 'Nig tcl'Jat's most finished
: pany. .vs. the Pierre that I knew be bad placed the: of boats < cm .::1Y..8
\. Coast Line Railroad company and oth. been acquired by Newman Erb and associates paper In the pocket that was found tween Mot ggmeryf and Mobile, will stern of Alabama railroad, Jin 'ii. catcher, who vai stricken with ty- '
ers. The complainants aver that they extensive Improvements are there that I forgave him because be tegin! service thejfirst week in Sep-- ;tantly killed near Montgomery. phbid fever #srly In June has a slim ..-

are unable to absorb the entire advance projected that will give Chattanoogaa I did It for love of mo and that If his tember. Tie steamer Liberty and his train, *a Heavy freight crashed chance of' catching late this season.

. through their sale price of t < short and direct line to Atlanta.It ruse had succeeded we could have three 500-tonabafses have been purchased .into a switch engine of the same ros4Tha according lOr. D. M. Castle, who attended *

various commodities and that tby is said an arrangement has been been married Instead of living together ,It(: i had backed onto ,the main Ibe blm4j j.j Nig has been on bisDearbornMJelt.

are, therefare, subject to a heavy loss completed by Mr. Erb in connectionwith illicitly. He denied that he had done The B4Tolh: national forest in TJie re-nomination of Cjongressmau \ ., farm a month now.

( In the handling of the products.In the Rome and Northern railroad. this. so I refused to go any further Montana Has.bin opened to the grazing Charles A. Ctdw, atand-patte1- by tip : ,The most:footer amateur trap shoot
anticipation of a decision favorable that includes the construction of a''I republicans furteenth'Mhs eT4t iheptnlte4.: tates and Canada
with him until he admitted It. He did of lY.Offl. a Itlcnl head of sheep. of the lirl ,

V."t. to them In the Korean case, the connection between the two roads, giving -I I. so. and I had little trouble later in get The originally it-was 24,000 head and di trrct-wa 'assured by late returns' wIU: attend, &e. first annual shoot of

claimants are filing demands for repa. the Chattanooga; Southern track t' grand; (Ihlcaga handicap at the
. ting that written confession. was taken fg sponge; to jtn appeal of David W. Hlllj: Jnsufgent cand2ciee,..
; ration for the alleged excess charges age to Rome, Ga. An extension w!l I "Where is Pierre now? I shall kill the stock rnK3] 1e government admits his deteCXfrs. hlcajo GUI: Club on August 29 to

they have paid in freight brIng the also to be built to connect with tte him!" exclaimed Chabouliez. throw open fe reserve to their herdson George Duggar, wife of a wen Sept mberh,- :According to informationjfcitfed

last two years. It amounts atopry tc Seaboard Air Line, that will form the I "Pierre is dead." account >f drouth conditions.A known man of Oakdale, Tenn.-.dleC: ; r .t .
repetition of ,the yellow pine cases, link between Chattanooga and Atlanta. ,
a It is said ;that Jack Johnson
"Deadr'Yea. dispaW from Paris, France, says of pellagra., ,She had been ill for) n1 .
in which' the southern rallroifis! were The reorganization of the road has I served him as be served that for t* second time the wile of weeks. No 'other cases "palagra W: negro heavyweight; champion, has

forced to refund to skippers approximately been eeffcted with Mr. Erb, president; you. I put Information in his pocket a peasan/at/ Guillena, Seville, Eas reported from that section. /-i'l found one wnjte chauffeur who hi willing -

. .$ ,oooooo in freight t&ftxzes.Whatever Henry W. Deforest, vice-president, and for the Prussians and then Informedon bW to triplets. The woman William to race'"alnat him In an auto ,
) given Sweeney aged fifteen8
the decision of fee comznicstpn !'. R Blanchard, secretary and treas him for a spy." amed.1 mobile. In ftj telegram to the Associated -
; % and has
has bee years of Isaac Sweeaey a'fartMr 'Ivhl'
may be, It.ta .likely; &l.the irer. W. M. Madden and I. M. Ditten- "Pouf! No man can be so big a chOdren: triolets twice .. .. ] Press frbm$ Allentown; Pa.. It IS"-r
had twjw near Bristol, Tenn.. was killed by fa-
Iwffl be carried to te p&Ited BanUy
: Oldfleld declares
cue hoefer have been elected members. of devil as a woman." ole and four others. reported. ,
tot ftaal de twins lug caught by a rollng log. .
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w T' 111 r t: 4 Now your cotuim-t during the trial 8UU Candy. 1 J On War f Telling. Application for Tax peed. \ '

may have considerable effect on the Stale candy can generally be worked Curley-You see7that fellow loafing Notice to hereby: riven thatBB.Sulllviar', '

jury over by rebelling. In the case of acid over there? to go to the same purchaser of Tax Certificate'J,No. fled dA- i:; r. [ ,
f4VEpJAT' Housed ted the Irt day of June,AJ>.MU*baa said ... '" >
"Ah.. quite 80:" responded the ultra candles, such as lemon drops the candy college that /d1& J wonder if he remembers certificate in ray office,and ha made appllca- ':, '
.w* UdefendantioH ahocld 1 Is boiled the acid is withdrawn by the me. Burielgh-Ask him for law.tion deed to Issue In accordance 1r1th. "" g

pia Tha{ appening In,Florida as Told byiapinese Dearunterested. or Just mildly boredr,ap- use of lime or chalk and the sirup may the loan of $5. Curiey-What for? described Said property certtflcate situated embraces to Bradford die following cow <. .

Kansas' City: Journal. then be used in the manufacture of Burielgh-If he remembers yon you ty.Florida.bwll.1 to

:i: $ Exchanges. ; '.", that or any other specie of candy. wont get itJudge.For NwK of net.sea 9, tp 7 a,r 22 e,to acres
.c a} K (tt.on sit in a draft when are The said land being assessed at the date of the (
--.O.- ,"" _.." headed and get a stiff neck or lame back, When you yawn a good deal in the the stomach and bowel disordersof issuance Unknown.of such Unless certificate said In certificate the name shall of ... 1

-: 1. opvill be looting for something that daytime feel dull, achey and want to babies McGEE'S BABY ELIXIR is be redeemed According to law tax deed will
colonlstfThaveH6Q :,c 'a deal a, bronze tablet in: memory of the iste' ass the pain. Fix your mind on stretch frequently, it is an unmistakable a remedy of genuine merit. It acts I.*ue thereon the
'acres of land in theffhSen ] ea Senator'"W. J.'Bryan will be placed on, ID'S SNOW LINIMENT and symptom of malaria, and unless you do quickly is pure, wholesome and pleasant 15TH DAY OK AUGUST.A.D.1910. .
y something at are booked for a to take. Price 250 and 500 bot Witness my hand and official seal this the '
they will plantragarcane rice pa the new battleship Florida. \ talked out of it because it is the yon per 12th
....' trelieving liniment you can get spell of chills. QBRBINE is a chill tle. Sold by Mitchell's Drag Store, day of
: and regain : the strike of the Tampa cigar makers nr ere. Price 25c, 50c and |1.00 per medicine that will prevent or cure the Starke, Fla. (SEAL) CTk Ct O"t Bradford wEBK8.00 Fin. -

|he biggest Kale that has be n.sum. took on, a new phase Saturday night, tile? Sold by Mitchell's Drag Store disease. It drives out the impurities on "By B.A.WUU;D.u.;(

when 50)( percent of 1 arltel'1a.' which the ,malarial germ thrives, and Microbes. + J .
ttthe the
Jted la this section in some was men remaining, ,,,
strengthens the liver, and cleanses the Two thousand million microbes are Sheriffs Sale.
|t of tbetjig mill at Silver Springs by at work:were notified by the mlalfaoturers A Change at Least. bowels. Price 50c. Sold by Mitchell's sometimes injected into a person's '

?. Benbs to'B'L. and T. B. Doling that r they' need not retort} taineirwork .A'change'' of tenors had been made Drug Store. Starke FlaBrilliant blood to cure disease. N.OTICE ford Sheriff is hereby of Bradford given that county I.J.,N.Florida Lang. ":!\ Y

Jre: Oak. The mill has a capacity of Monday. This action onthepart) In tbA church choir. EightyearoldJessie under and by virtue of a certain writ of en- J '
of the maaufacturers returning from the morning Ids*. Dysentery is a dangerous disease but ecutton issued out of and under the seal of the '; .
_than a million and a.ouarcer feet increased the num.- tHrentt Court of Bradford conntr Florida '. ,
Fire be cuieL Chamberlains Colic ,t
bar out of" serve was anxious to tell the newa."OKI Brigade Chief (to member arriving can against A. B.Shaw and in favor of the Seward
u.-licsla&an : bysiirtue' .ot : mother" she exclaimed, "we late)-What do you mean by Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has Trunk and Bag Co a corporation, dated the :
Ays'Deaconess walkouts ,and lay-offs'to sdmewneren haven when been successfully used in nine epidemicsof r In d'y of June 1910 will offer for sale and selL '
i Miami Metropolis ; : new terror in the choir!"-WomanVHome turning up the fire Is finished to the highest and best bidder therefor for v r-, .
It has been known ..,'
the never .
neighborhood of 5,000men,I or Member live rash at the
\(uxiytunieoe.of Associate Jusrj Companion. three miles away court house door in the town of
to fail. It is valuable for children
Starke on Monday the
about 70
per cent of the cigar makers from here. sir.
'r 1 B. ParkhALE.fJhe State Su- .
> and; adults, and when reduced with 5TH DAY OF
employed in the city of TampaT'iTwo '..jIDe/ OD Panama Canal Chief-Well, you'd better more and SEPTEMBER 1910,
the water and sweetened it is to the
f Couj bas written: a bookpi .{ pleasant same being a legal ales day of laid court,
MurpWrk- the ,. negroes, pleading ; for their has had one frightful drawback-ma. live nearer here.-Bon Yivant.m take. Sold by all dealers. within the legal hours of sale the following
among SElFole laria trouble-that has described real estate and all the rikht.title and
book isn, sale at Tallahassee and lives were strung up by nriated and' death to thousands.brought The suffering germs The Best Boar ol life I Baby Army Officers. Interest in Bradford of the said A.B. Shaw therein, situated
county.Florida to-wit of
proc eda be dey to'i further mob between 'Bonifay .and ady lest cause" hills, fever and ague biliousness, is when do some great deed or discover It used to be the custom In Englandto ney and sea of nwji,and eye of awV and: SH 8W

afternoon jaundice you commissions In the for of sev,2f section, town-.hip 7 song, mea
avorsi g- .bdWil. Saturday and whiledangling from the ropes were'; tpd eral debility. Hot Electric Bitters nev- came to J. R. Pitt of Rocky Mount, N. infants, and then they would be promoted necessary to fully satisfy said execution and -
Is hare been asked for by Capt fail .
er to destroy them and malaria occurred. In this costs.
cure vacancies
0. when he as
by bullets of from fifty to was suffering intensely, as
_e> E., Spalding, engineering corps white of, the i enty.4ve cbun troubles. "Three bottles completely he says "from the worst cold I ever way a boy would bave high rank when I Sheriff J. N.Bradford LAN3FORD Co.,Fla. .. > ,
men surroundii
8.. army, who bas charge of the engin : tT. cured 'me of a very severe attack of malaria had, I then proyed to my great satisfaction he was old enough to become a real I J. E.: FLITCH .
g office in this district for material The crime which caused the bind 11 ,!. writes Wm. A. Fretwell. of Lnoama'N. what a wonderful Cold and Cough soldier.If Plaintiffs' Attorney. '
one of the most brutal 0., "and I've had good health Dr. New
eve. rtgPi cure King's Discovery is. For
.< raising training walls, dams .and this county.- The two i ne '.. oDt ebeed ever t iince." Cure Stomach Liver and after taking one bottle I was entirely your child is pale and sickly, picksat Notice. '

i protections in the St. Johns river '. '. "" KidneV Troubles, and prevent Typhoid. cured. You can't say anything too the nose starts in the sleep and grinds is hereby given that the

lie Point and Fulton's cut, between to murdering little )he 500. Guaranteed by all druggists. good of a medicine like that. It's the the teeth while sleeping, it is a sure sign :3d day of August. A. D. W10 nn,Thursday the registered .
12-year-old; daughfa Marl Morneon of A for these parasites rotors in the proposed .
and Mayport. These bids will surest and best remedy for diseased worms. remedy following corporate
city limits
f Looking A head. 'found in WHITE'S CREAM shall actable in the school house In the
wholly ante a. j lungs Hemorrhages LaGnppe Asthma be Town
[received until September 1. Bids t : Raiford. Florida and by their
treme,.westeilf goes; trt...... Customer-But you said the price of Hay Fever-any Throat or Lung VERMIFUGE. It not only clears out votes whether there shall U a Municipal GOT- v
.e also been asked for rock excava- ., :this suit would be $50 and here you Trouble. 50c, f 1.00. Trial bottle free. the worms, but it restores health and ernment established In the following territor
whose 1bi limits,to-wit
ta the river opposite the city, bodyb ,;.m' bare made the bill out for $52. Tailor Guaranteed by all druggists. cheerfulness. Price 25c per bottle. : .
"0> SX of'tfc of section 7 sW
t .
; swig of section
i will. be received until September 8. Pool of ." -presthe extra $2 is for the postage Sold byMitchell's:: Drug Store Starke 8' w I "section li: *U of :section 13;
The Color of Air.
homesteadThe an atD iD' the Fla. n tpXotsctlanl9iiiXoI nwWof
J" .0 ; lfIItj:; on statements that 1 shall have to section
Pure air Is blue In tint because 2 :all in township 5 south, SToast.Also .
.. work by the United States gov- littlemorning g1t ; vend you before the bill la paid. according : A Foolish Weakness.One range ;
to select at the same time and place acorporate
to Newton the molecules of
_neat of reclaiming for navigation alone \r t Somerville, Journal. of the most foolish weaknesses name and seal for the municipality .
\Oklawaha river from Leesburg will of a "" """ 1J i :JI ,', 1F t the air have the thickness necessary to which men become addicted is stub which they propoee to form also at the same
time and
( o ;In reflect blue When the atmos- place and In like manner to choose a
a be resumed by the dredges. When come home in 'the r buying a congh medicine don't be rays. bornness.-Chicago Record-Herald.:: Mayor, two Aldermen, a Town Clerk and a
!) oon.1 a afraid to Chamberlain's is blended with Marshal
get Congh Remedy. phere perceptible their term of office to exldre at the
I$27,000 appropriated by the govern. reasonable time had,elapsed a'se'_, There is no danger from it, and pors the diffused light Is mixed with a 1 Struck a Rich Mine. first general election held after said'territorial ,

is spent there will be no river on party vas i formed ari&aJter a quesifesfc. relief is sure to follow. Especially recommended large proportion of white. 8.:JBends, of Coal City, Ala., says their limits successor are incorporated is qualified,or and as soon at the thereafter:same time I A

;.:globe any more famous. The im- eg well .1ridallght.! found the for coughs, colds and whoop- he struck a perfect mine of health in Dr.King's and place and in She same manner choose
': ing cough. Sold by all dealers. When the digestion is all right the three Aldermen wh sa term of office shall expire
lents contemplated on the ,river mangled remains of the girl in a octal of action of the bowels regular there is a New Life Pills for they cured at the second general election: held after
t that piCGureeque"'Btreani :into West Point Graduates.It him of Liver and Kidney Trouble after jhe said corporation is estabUshed.or as soon i
bring water in a,swamp near her home. 'Her natural craving and relish for food. the best thereafter as their successors
iter prominence and add,tp the 1tZ11 body mangled cud the shrubbery.inlhe Mill doubtless surprise most Americans When this is lacking you may know 12 veara'of! earth suffering.for They are Malaria The above notice and bavecWaW1ed.; -
pills on Constipation,
Florida. < to learn that out of the small that you need a dose of Chamberlain'sStomach the proposed Coaporation being drafted by the

i of that sectiott-of vicinity told of the one-sided fight of !il[ Je&dacbe, Dysprpaa Debility. appointed for that par
and Liver Tablets. ,
"! #' total of 4,1.',1 graduates during the They all sta. fiose at a masB meeting held on the 12th day of
r 25c at drnllJt .
e\ tax collectorjTTSrthe drainage dis--' the girl againat the two negrq! nepds. first century of the existence of the strengthen the digestive organs improve July,A.D. 1910 .

?;] are having a lot'o tronble in loc' After committing the 'murder 'tbl, negroes Military academy from 1802 to 1002, els. Sold the appetite all dealers.and regulate. the, bow { An Incorrigible."If J.W.G.M.BITCH WRITTEN -

I.the. lands for taratfon already. They dragged the body into a earby 2,731 entered civil life at some periodof by there ever was a terrible chDd In J.T. H.B. HAITOLEYMIi BITCH ,
where it found theeucb- their National A Decorative Miss. this world," remarked the worried
drainage-tarfO. ollect for three swamp was by career.- Magazine. -. B. I. TAYLOR

I and tb tlau Have changed own* party,' Later advices received from "They do not seem to have got any mother, "he's one." ,? Committee. ", .

where four ( Easy Enough. further with these' decorations than "What's his particular fault?' NOllce .
lady have been for Publication.U. :
ftDClSbei Oi rimes. Our under ; "negroes ,
.1 : "Johnnie," asked a gentleman of a suspending a few lights from the cell "Do what I will. I can't break him
ached for the murder, say t the .S.Land Office,GamesTille.F Ia.. .
ifing 'Vas that the land companies Mt.. little kindergarten pupil "do yon ing." of the:habit of telling the truth rightout June 11,1910.
f to'pay this tax: for six yeam-mak. so will:',continue searching th WS. when have Notice is hereby that Grover O.
know how to make a Maltese cross? "Yes; it struck me. too that it wasa we company"If ; Chen Lee.of
for Florida, who on March 28th, ..
have wl- ? MOB. .
,total of SO cents an acre-to com- ,negroes "Yes. sir I sho' do." Baltimore
1 ; case of hanging fire. your liver is sluggish and out of made Homestead entry Serial No.06231.for 4

,:.. : the drainage, or take}' as far on of -the..mme. The blacks'fr. 1ee- '"Well tell me how you do It." American. S tone and you feel dull bilious consti- east of TaUahawee ijectlon 4,:Meridian township has 8 south filed,notice range 23 of .,

in ;om tne country. Sheriff left "Why, you Just step on her tall/*- take dose of Chamberlain's his Intention
completion thk um in total BIf feel ubi ue," Uno IICC011Ilt,"lazy, pated, a to make final commutation proof
Bay: tfiis:morning with a posse andbdeavbr Exchange. you Stomach and Liver Tablets tonight be- to establish claim to the land aboye described .
;to that in the hands of the trusU'wonld yea need a good cleaning oat. HER- before the Cheek of the Circuit Court at Starke ti
: it. We dare there to end the trouble. BINE is the right thing for that pur- fore retiring and you will feel all right Florida,on the j
carry say
poee. It stimulates the liver, tones nphe in morning., Sold, bv all dealers. WTH DAY OF AUGUST. 1l0.
I be/more,; > (rouble still before the tax: ....Defunlak Springs, Aug. Following \ stomach and purifies the bowels. i AThe Gazette Van Gent. Claimant names an wltnewtes: JohnW. a:-

-Mlaztetropolia. the 1''] ching' Saturday night of pegroes Price 50o. Sold by Mitchell's Drug The oldest In Belgium Is ton,ofTheressa,Florida; Robert LTBmtton. .f
newspaper Thereesa, Florida :
Morgan W.
; Lees -
I'A. (1 JB. gentlemanly burglar and chargM with the'! assault and murder of .P. p.p: Store Starke Fla. the Gazette Van Gent, which receivedthe lift.Florida,and J. H.Khtr. of Brook'yn jflor

lower' olworked Jacksonville to little rie Morrison'at Dady Fla., another Mustard 8Hd. privilege of printing the GendtscUe Ida. HENRY ...oa.' Ratlster.>B1. '

}May 11, 1908, and got a negrb whose name is unknown, is P. P. P. wffl purity and TitAttM your 'AH mustard seeds contain a ferment Post-Tydlnghen on Nov. 17, 1666, and

," -' y ars in a convict camp,.. reporte4ve been:shot to death late blrod whole,system create*tana good and pp strength.'tite and/gift your myroslne. and a glucoside called Blnalblne. which? has existed almost continuouslysince SEABOARDAir ..

)LJ1d a reward of 1100 is off to dax,,lot alleged Implication: in the A prominent railroad supFriBteadent at.. This ferment acts upon the the first number was printed on

tor pture. crime. Telephone wires being down. it Savannah, and Rheumatism,suffering with says tUlaria: "After,Drsjxp.sia taking smalblne In the presence of water, Jan. 1. 1667. Line Railway. f

impossible :full details ) P.P.P.he never felt so well In hU life, and producing the essence of mustard In .
is k. the .
which had been get c lire he ..
nee of a man feels as If he could tOI'lmll'.1t could characteristic Application for Tax Deed.
which is found the excitant
: i lynching but latest reports are to the effect always got P. P.P." ARRIV4L AND DEPARTURE OP TRAINS. ,,
5d Gulf Beach found by Notice is hereby that Elizabeth Deee-
were given
up Xffucthw Nov. If
from over-work 7. ItOO.
out and
citizens If you are
that the ofDady are gjeally mat purchaser of tax certificate No. 149, dated
&!y from I Pensacola a few days ago. cloae take the 1st day of June, A. D.1908. baa filed said ...
L to leave tne vicinity.. P. P. P. lain's Colic Oholura .and Diarrhoea for tax deed to Issue In accordance with No. "
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vident that he had been drowned. t., with when law. Said certificate embraces the following 4.2.4p. 111.
Remedy you starting on your No.81.t
described property situated in Bradford coun- 11.
ports from Key West indicate that, The quotations*on the. spirits turpenIn. If you are: t>!'e'u; badly In the spring trip this summer. It cannot be' obtainedon ty.Florida to-wit: No. 66, north-bound 4.54 p.p. m.m. ,
and uut of bud M
auru I
tine and rosin nave beeohigher this season board the trains or steamers. Nw i of set; and neJi of swJi of sec 10, tp 7 a, No. 54" 9.19 &. .
is progressing rapidly on the exten Changes of water and climate often range 22.e,80 acres. DIe"
... than No. 84" .
of the Florida East Coast railway on a legitimate trading basis P. P. P. cause sudden attacks of diarrhoea andit The said land being assessed at the date of the 5.02 L 111. "
the trade has ever b.o1nTurpentine! fl uanoe' of such certificate in the name of
that Knights and Pigeon Keys are cent your(Bgeettr*organs need t.onlqup. Is best to be prepared. Sold by all W. R. .Mealy. Unless said certificate shall WANSZZ BSASCH. t .
connected. The workmen has ranged oetween 68 and 71 taIf dealers. be redeemed according to law tax deed will ;
nearly issue thereon on the No. 181 leaves Starke 6.00R. m.
'closing atGS T
handled in several shifts and a force gallon the past \jeek,. P. P. P. { Mexican House 29TH DAY OF AUGUST, A. D. 1910. No. 184 arrives 4.20 p. m. .
ues on the job night and day. At while the average dice for rosin at that The main walls of many houses la Witness my official signature and seal thisthe .

bo Island temporary rail is being period has been abut |5.50' per barr i. with headache,Indigestion, Mexico are from three to six feet thickto SBA 2'ithday of W.July.T.A.WEEKS.D. 1910. .. 54 and V} ran between JacksnTOto and .

f four of A decade ago before the,development 'debltyand weakness,tP. & withstand earthquake shocks. fr Cl'k COt CTt Bradford Co. F1a. Cedar Keys Nos. 13,81,08 and 84 between Jacksonville
for construction cars and WAINBIGHTb. and Tampa Kos. 181 and 1M between
." of the lumber industry in I By W.E. C. Starke and Wannee.
yellow pine
cars will be sent to Key West very \ P. P. Staggers Skeptics.
the south tnrpentuw was,selling for'one ,*; Notice ot Final Discharge.Notice /
all ;
work that interests .
CL This is a i 3 T. J. URIFFTS, ages;
third this pnce,Jritti a flatted market, If you II\1tff'r with nervous prostration, That a clean nice, fragrant compoundlike is hereby given to all concerned that S.C. BOYLSTON. A. G. P. A., Jickaosvme '
iSlorida and baa drawn the attention nerve and a general let downof Bucklen's Arnica Salve will instantly : : '
SJU unstrung six months after date hereof I will present raj ; -t.: "
the civilized world.ter whereas rw. so cheap that it was the system, take relieve a bad burn cut scald final returns as Executor of the estate of William s.> o",
_ allowed to around the'stills Underhill late of Bradford county, Florida .
gjrrawaste But :
everything in the P. P. P. wound or piles staggers skeptics. ,deceased and apply to the County Judge of f
wiping up where greaf bed! of it lay for years unouched. great cures prove it's a wonderful healerof Bradford county Florida for my final dis .
the Orlando ball team has disband I the worst sores ulcers, boils felons charge. I
The price of turpen- I
present for Blood Po1* n. Rheumnthm, Scrof.Tte W. H. UNDERBILL
because there were "no more worlds .tine' increase of more,than Old Sores. M -Ta. Chrome FemItJOImplalnt.s eczema, skin eruptions, as also chapped Executor of the Estate of William
t'., representat an talta hands sprains and corns. Try it. 25c, Underhill deceased. ii DAVIS
conquer. ten cents a gallon within,the past month at all druggists. June IT. 1910.- m.

here were in Florida in 1905, accord*' I while rosin has jumped''l fore than cue P. P. P.Ptickly. Matched."I RoHce o! Final Dlscbar e. i '.

to the state census of thatyear, $11x,- dollar a barrel in that period.
Ash Poke Root married my first husband for money Notice hereby given to all concerned that
head of sheep. Of these the great. six months after date hereof I will present my
witha and second for love""Then
Bound hand and foot and gagged my final returns as Administrator pf the estate of
number in anyone county was 18,- card case fastened in her month threatened and Potassium.The you are very happy now 1 N.E. Carlton, late of Bradford county.Florida QURANCd
,deeeased,and apply to the County Judgeof 7r
in Walton, Santa, Rosa cdming nexth with death if she attempted to release \Vest blood purifier in the world. suppose. Bradford county.Florida for my Anal dis
17,881. During the put five years "Alas no! Yon see. my first husband charge. A. Z. ADKIXS.
the F. LIPPMAN.Saransah. I
herself or make even slightestcry V. Administrator of the Estate ofN.J
has been an increase o,34 per cent white girl .. GN'lt'1- married me for love and my second !:. Carlton. decease
Estella Barton, a
for help, .. for money.-Fllegende Blatter. February 4. 1910. em
and not of those
alone .
one county nineteen years old of Jacksonville was I .

ng more than a medium number of compelled to lay exposed in the hot sun !! --- -" ..4, < -
ep, so that a fair estimate of the num for more than four hours last Sunday, .

I in Florida would be*about 160,000 while Hamilton Lee thirty-five years IT. ISN'T THE START\ \
33L050 in Flori
There were goats 1 old a barber and insurance agent lookedon : .
in 1905. M I
and laughed at her plight.A

orace West died at f: o'clock Thnrs- local doctor last week had a strangecase 't
afternoon in the insane asylum at to diagnose. A man came up to his ITS THE FINISH THAT COUNTS l
ttahoochee. West it will be re- office who claimed that he was full\ of .. .

bered 'was' ,r stec"Jand convicted eggs and larve of insects that hatched

Clay coWytT BntlyJon a charge of to his 1l
and came out of him;

Attempt itan Atlantic Coast own report the man was "bughouse" BLUM'S ,MONOGRAM srn:1iD- IS STILL A WINNER '. ; '

e t l his conviction he waaine proper. In an excited manner he pointed : '. x

edged: insane and sent out to the doctor little pimples on his WE WILL SHIP EXPRESS PAID

the flesh where he said the insects had made I
.. T. acfcll 1 on the Stringer place in their exit and then produced a bottle of 4 full gnts" ether bottled in bond or blend.. 9 4.00 ". ..J,, e, .,.

Annuttaiaga- hammock, had an exg alcohol containing an ant, a mosquito 12 full Qttt 3. ittier' bottled in bond or 13.00 -'

experience with an alligator last and a gnat which he said had come from .' e YBLBNND

& of the head. The doctot asked how he had r
Thar. w' broke in one his .
lakes.ncar e Stringer place and captured them and be said he had sm ar- ,GOODS BnOlft la Sl.C<&. BOTTLED IH BOND BULK WHISKIES "'..: ,- w' ,
.gaar u.. ... .
in wrnodergroundLage ed hit bead, which was devoid of hair, roar Roses. .. ............. 7.00 18.50 .o.... ... u.. ....... ran. ; ..- .0 i .
drainedflff of .
water .. ...."'..".. ..-... ,
salve and the l.nn' 66 Yt Htrpsr ......_ ._."'_ ... 7.00 IS.en 4 IYI etr! .lIV- -' ISXO.. .a .
with a sulphur & leavin_.%allpool of water by the way, =sire sprlq ; --.B. o.-r. o--w 8S.b0. b.00 fGaIlaa. J'
lake. To having to make their way Wilson orgAtT Clb WHISKEYHackaotBtas CUrke'sPan Ryt 81200 BULK COJUf .HttQT: ,11 \-yl.; ( "
'of. fish in tare of tbe insects wings z .ors tartiir srxaMSw r.. ,... 12'"tr 8nay Creak....:........ fi.OO 1300 ca.r rw t -:,; ,
1-atain the duplhot 'the poolhe'proit,1ritt1a through this mixture. got #-their Ovtoru '(JNPU EaityTimss.............. ft.OO 12.00 t ",: .
-stirrMupai and could not y. The un AeyosbelbeveC /5 00 1(300 Teaa.rss OtdBellrn..St.CD IUA' GootahtiiiMr.... .._.....:i.OO 12CO I".ao. 83J30. 83 JIIIr-.I a. w t
It long pol ftreasy Blum's Kf WClM8bsridsaCab '++d *. 4-00 1200 I/dl ... .... .. .... esp. .a' '
.. he.had traveled all ..... ........ S.OO 9.00 ood. .. 5.00 1 r>D : ..... .
in the bottonu The alligator fortunate man said 3.75 8.00 HaneII COn .............. 3.SO 10 O' Blau'a l6oooaras.: ....... .. 4.00 li.OO 'On aU ordaraortr ea.&D 1 1
I with hlame ome the country and consulted many Maglaad > 5JO 11.30MU LaonlValhr::............ 3.60 10.801Chsekat MsoerisfSpnaf. .... 4.00 11.00 ffoods"trill b w. ;K
the interference bit lover to obtain relief Vsnon. .. .. 6.OJ 1800 Bosid ............1.21 1.00 Qttka..... 44)0) 10.&) IA baDdso2h"8l aJ E19!T
to the top and took.after Moirho -, Dhysioiaos in an effort Itlaek Ubrfi 600 1800 :

fired into the alligator three I from mwicoertfuL b1a awful malady The, but Tampa had doctor so fartat P'H'rS' IDE_ Mn.1WBamI.;des: _..........u..aa w.a.r.......jiJ.w.. ...... Jml'SI'IWnMI...._,..ra tttetel. a fort:ytttdr{,,, ::-_:q.. .

ibefore he could'hit him In a vi l been Per Doaab .........! I e fydek'r l4itaritaa ..O-.I ..... -:v,.:, ..,1,1'. : : ..
; 'swi htthe iervlcesof an eminent rM 1..O.I.JICUo.UDel1I.r. lice..,o. R Jst. tsCte,JlIJ' t V
'tie measured six feet fJ14..fJmokni1lt oar' bar g ,_ e7 c' '- .: .
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>".::,: ? ;' .<,; : r I ," '. "WTH J 'ROBIDA I EDITtfRS.. 1)} } KITH FLORIDA" EDITORS. 1 j} A QU1OKSANDd after The that police Informed Baxter that ; gr tiJe! fla ol. Jllsi1rthu1k l'Thr.

. c- 'j << : ,,,:- L....,,,.............,, It ,....--.....: I some! distance back of Frascati thereIs ; 1 t I -, -p
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.r. "liT" "Tl TI"" ""'"" a village consisting of 500 !

'. ." A SC3OH3: IS FLORIDA. VALUABLE ADVEBTISIXQ. Wishing to Avoid .One, She Stepped 4,.o of whom bad been In.jail for one w Line attneEstablishmentAttracting; \ ; 'ff, o. .

;... y. : I While looking over into the Nebraska For the past few years the commis- on Another.By offense or another. When persons are Much Attbiiiler 'MmI7ii
have subscribed seen on the hill, especially foreigners, ; J
. tt'- vineyard to watch the slaughter of rfoners bf Osceola county : '
hot or rather for from 500 to 1,000 copies of tin the Italian mounted police riding two \rn.'
Bryan we note a very day, vlevvi 11: > ...
together In
usually keep I ,
OJ'a Series of such. On Wednesday of last county paper sending them to prospective ESTHER ,VANDEVEER. that they may not be attacked by som' .. ; 419 West Bay.Btteet, piano., ', 1
week, when the'maxibium beat in Tam? wftiers and the past year the assess Copyright.( ." 1210, by American Press Aiao- of these jailbirds The police assumed u\.il1e. has now on his floor a full! Mr.'. :; izJlfla good business

; pa was 86 degree, it was 106 in Lincoln, ed1 value of property; of That county ha cia tlon..J .that since Helen White had been u fhe .of' Mathushek pianos from llthe with the.' k piano. and it isb be-"

i and practically the same aU all; over the increased a million dollars. It pays evena : When Helen Wblte.went abroad she .here alone and had either been minv No. 11, at $350, up to the Player Ueved t will .t>e more aCh.11"1

state-20 degrees higher than the aver- county to advertise.-Wanchula Ad bade adieu to her bett: bed In these dered. for what valuables she hd., t.' [Grand, at $750._ There are,twentysheks soldano'on rear' than ,4n v other- : pU. :

i jtemperatnre of South Florida. And voeate. words: I! about her or had. been captured fjr. 4of f these, and ,other piano}I bn- bisOT the ;et. (his piano is es Poi .
j yet the benighted and blistered people FLORIDA LAND VALUES. "If anything happens to me. Joe. so ransom. No ransom having been cfefe and this stock furnishes n assort- dally adapted jr to i the Honda climate

up that way wonder how we can live in A gentleman recently went from that I never return 1 suppose you'll manded there could' be no doubt that tc; Ji'e. "f afwhich anVone can be pleased. There "p'o;Viler stock of pianos or.
she had been murdered. ${
have another girl within six months""Oh J
Florida on account of the intense heat. Wauchula to Sanford to look at land. that's too long make It three." Indeed there was no other alterna Someoi 1 tWse instruments are.offered.:!? gans and)pnsJc-1 goods anywhere than

And on tat Calorific Wednesday a He found they were asking $225 an acre "You'll never be serious about any. tire It Is seldom that the mystery*?'ta at rare bargain prices, and on hit easy ro.the re n# P. O. Miller and with byrices

[t southwest wind swept over the face of for land four and a half miles from the thing." disappearance Is so satlsfactoruJE payment plan there is, no raasfm: why systemanyone tr and easy payments

j v Nebraska with a speed reaching twenty railroad. Ridiculous? :Maybe so, but "There are some things I don't wish solved. Baxter was obliged to be cones:; every home shoukl not be supplied with can hfrKmoney by trading there.. ,Jfr'

i' to twenty-four miles per hour. This is it will not be many years before it will TO be serious about. It Isn't best to go tent with it. and the Alexanders, WAbad

,!; not intended as an argument to be pre. be impossible to buy good fertile land in through the world thinking about what come to take a strong sympathet; S c

sented to the dessicated Nebraskans but Florida! for that price. If laud in the may happen. The happenings come i Ic.Interest in him. persuaded him,;.io. Jofri.StetsonjT i

to show us of Florida what we have to North that will not average producingmore soon enough without looking ahead for i divert his mind by making a brief tour TjjK LINCOLN HUiZEY,Ph. D,Utt D., l. Di; faufant( i
Times. them. Besides, those we expect are : with them. This, under the clrcunfrstances '
be thankful for.-Tampa than'$25 acre is worth $200 per THE B SCHOOL, :'ItiNQNE FOR''' 'uR '
per apt not to come. It is those we don't was the best thing he coulddo. itOGQOQ v_ UW/
STARKE'S OPPORTUNITY. acre, what would be a fair price for an look for that do come." I Together they visited Florence! SEND THJSM TO STET Slg.: .

Starke and Bradford county are up acre of Florida! land that will produce "You don't look ahead enough. I Venice and the lakes of dorthern Italy. 49 Pro & ors and Instructors CoIIeg f Liberal .;

against I a proposition which will be from $100 to $1,000 per acre per annum? prefer before putting my foot downto These localities new to Baxter were; 17 University Buildings*it College; tv I r '

many times duplicated if the development Wauchula Advocate. see that I don't put It oo a quick admirably calculated trf withdraw his. 28 Acre Students Campus ', College'1ofa'eclmo.581 _
Last Year College oi Business
sand." I mind from the horror under which he" .
of Florida goes on at the presentrate. Endowment: .
YOUNG MEN TO THE FROST. $250,000509 $ Preparatory Academy
a' suffered. The quaint mediaeval ,
"And while for towns
They have a creek Alligator by you are looking 15,00ft Volumes in Library Model Schools
this i8to Normaljand
The fight for prohibition year Arno with its artfthe .
the treasures of .
on ,
safe place to step some one else will '
name'; twenty-two miles long,beginning $10,00 00 Pipe Organ : : School bf Mechanic Arts
be won by the young men of get ahead of you." city of water streets on the AdrKatic. .II Large'Laboratories for Science School 5f Music

f at a hundred places, pursuing an almost state. They have grown up since pro- Helen started. It seemed there was where under the moonlight hundreds ".; '", = -'*--general Equipment School bt- Fine Arts

level low, tortuous, obstructed way to hibition has become respectable, since something in these last words that bad of gondolas filled with pleasurp." Sevv dorml foe met tad ioaac WOtDeL ,Ctreful tdminrjtntion and thorough tnpaeWeti

where it loses itself in a swamp. In the the wet sideboard and the family jug an especial meaning for her. They t seeking people congregate In sight of 0IriadIa at act For cttabcs or vinra. for teformatioo for room raemttou. ddiew

older time it was sufficient to drain the have become things of the past. They were standing near the gangway of an the doge's palace and the lion of S t. JOHN_ D., ON .YNIV. RS"I'Y..DeL. '. D. FLORIDA.

; surplus water rapidly enough for all have been taught and understand the ocean liner among a crowd of those Mark's to listen to music were surely-.. --r-
who the and those calculated to draw the poison of sorrow
But of late large were going on ship
purposes. of prohibition, that
underlying principle who were going ashore. Joe Baxter and restore a normal condition.?
/ areas of low land and many ponds have dollar.
| than the
I. the man is worth more held her band in bis for a moment Usually a man who has lost a mate
been ditched and the surplus waters precipitated They have brains which the :fames of pressed It, looked feelingly into her feels that something has been taken'

; into the creek at many points. liquor have not befuddled; they stand eyes turned and went ashore."I away which he is eager to replace. To

j! The result ls.that immediately after ev- separate' and distinct from the, alcoholic wish." she said to herself "I supply this need Baxter turned to tO6uiU

;I ery heavy rain Alligator creek becomes age, and have clear eyesight to see as hadn't undertaken it. But since I have Alice Alexander. Drawn to him F!

-not a raging torrent for it is too flat an onlooker the trail of blood and crime I will not give It up." through sympathy a girl of a kind

| and slow to rage-but an overflooded made by the saloon. They know that Helen had been abroad a month heart ana high principle' she felt con ,, ', ", .. I"

;: volume of water that goes off so slowly the white man's obligation, the strongman's when her letters to those at home In- strained by both to do all In her powerto ........ ." (CO-EDUCATIONAL II
: cluding her betrothed suddenly ceased cause him to forget the tragedy of ,
damaging to the i4 -
as to be exceedingly burden is to save the weak. We
propinquity.At The last one received was from Rome. his lost love. LAKE CITYFLA. HENRY WISE TR BE B.A.,D.D.'f .
are glad to see young men brave and while seated 10'boat ,. Pre. ent
She was an orphan with no very near Later one evening a "X-rf > .1t ,
the serious \isk of b ing deemed strong and courageous coming to the relatives. Joe Baxter was far nearerto on Lake Maggiorl Baxter asked I't 2'

j. meddlesome and motherly and presumptuous front in the fight for a clean, decent and her than any other living person, Bliss Alexander to fill the void that ,- Population of'city 7,000. No: saloons. Healftue i i't city in United

/ -all of which it takes pride in being sober state. Rejoice that the banners and when a suspicion arose that she had been made vacant and become hIs 'SStefe. Only 1 per thousand.'death rate 1f.laat, ears- Highest

upon proper occasions-The Times prohibition are in the hands of the bad been made away with be went wife. She accepted, and their betrothal altitude of any city in Florida.. ut1fb\ paved itreew".'"College

, it suggests the formation of a drainage young men of Florida. It means vie- abroad to look for her. was approved by the girl's par pr s Arty worth $400,000. Ten fine bidfding Sh be4'utifully1dorned

, district embracing all the land drained tory state-wide prohibition.-Brooks- This besides suffering the natural ents. Then after a fortnight's ocean an aid-ont S bore campus.: 820-acre'cQlege farni fully equipped,

, along the creek and the dredging of ville Argus. anxiety of a lover was a hardship. trip together the couple reached home nlng- Academic, Normal; Oo J. Co0giate>Art. andMi

a canal tnat will carry off the water.It and again took up the thread of or- if tbfy" .
dinary life. areato as complete as. here eepr ratetibts.: ,
will be a paying investment the cost IT IS THE SAME CROWD. A issued on completion of courj ),In each d4 artaflenb'Our.7 ,
Just three months after Helen White
will be small and the successful example When the temperance people of Florida -
had sailed for Europe Baxter, who in each department as high_aV iny in the bindBoard an

of a community with enough were working for local option the had but recently returned received a ,veryreoeoo abie.'Stad ntais S>,"w as 5th trade admitted ,

sense and public spirit to do a good job whiskey people were opposing them on letter from her saying that she wouldbe P081itt.i secured'for&corapaient. ortby stuponts who want

' like that would be worth millions to the the ground of "personal liberty" and tu due to arrive on the day he would tk : ,'

balance of the state.-Tampa Times. raising sand about what they called receive her letter.. Fot terms addressWILL 'i i: s.t. ,I'

sumptuary laws. Now, that the temperance It would be Impossible to describe
BURKE'S CHARGE AGAINST WATSON. people are for state-wide prohibition the sensation of a man In his position. J. ,<>'c -0! M nager
f Whether in 1900 Tom Watson offered :
these personal liberty advocatesare 'After taking time to right himself I J ,.ifl _, \ .
:, to aid the republicans for a financial urging local option in opposition. from tbe effect of the squall that had ...:

r; consideration we do not know. Have the parties to the controversy struck him V&v aolved to hear Helen's .0 I ...iII .... ... ,
Representative Burke, of North Dakota, to story then be guided br it in his future .
changed? Only in policies or means .., ,
,. says he did. He himself s kt's be did an end not at all in principle. The course. ( Taboots 11 aa Indlaa'stxcal la County Tijeasurerfs R

; i not. If we look into the probabilities people are for state-wide When Helen White reached: port and nection wt& the cbntfoiT' of FOB XOXTHtoNDINO JOLT'&JlMO

instead of the certainties this is what we temperance did not find Joe Baxter on the deck to month of Mol. amuD.' Tb1ebTear The Bon.Beard of DY Co ;1It,
:;Vi 11 prohibition because it is a stronger and Bradford county. rtda: ,
face: receiveher.. her heart sank. She remembered of the Era Mobammedanyi: The tre.arer
MId .
better means of obtaining prohibition.The that when she bad accused festival tbe'.deatli/bt bugs to submit he
.:;. Mr. Burke has no known. motive for commemorates wiDe reporttti I' ,sr ?'.
making the assertion if ifwere not' true. whiskey men are for local option him In case of her loss of replacing Prince Hossein, the grandsoBof, &Ici. G 'FUND. .,
because it is a better disguise than per her within six months be bad responded hammed who met his;death. Jnjbattle July'. 1. To amt oBiii mi :r -11' I
If true, Tom WUsotf would have. as : 27. To amt of Q W Alderman!
; '
, sonal liberty.-Brooksville Argus. l banteringly "better make It three." after ten Ofys*fighting agamst Klus .
motive in denying it as a murderer ? 1
strong a She. too. remembered that It was just Omar. 4Th4.word taboot.. frgrn>' which
, x would have denying the perpetration THE CAMPAIGN IN GEORGIA. three months since her departure. the festive l'takes its-name,|eans literally 30. Bywamnpcaiahed. 4458m*!

,; of the crime; for nothing that The campaign is not going well in On the evening of her arrival Joe a 'tonb. and It,.Is al jrs built 30. Byl"-J ---------- sr:*! fl

man can conceive of could be baser than Georgia. Hoke Smith advertised far called. He did not exhibit the relief in front of?the homes of jsome rich rII 4438 180BBIlfeB 1"fwiiTi *-

'. the offense with which he is charged. and wide that the first real sensation of to be expected hi one who bad lost I and important Mobazomedam and unI 80. To amt oneand j ......_____ .

, .At the time he was running for vice- the campaign would be fired at Way and regained a love; he did not take I der a temporary shed buiEfor this FUND.

't the ticket with Bryan milesof her In his arms, bestowing caresses In purpose. The taboob are wide from "
" ,I -president on cross and everybody within fifty I 1. To amt on) Dd 4JN 7e
; whom he was trying to sell out if Mr.Burke the place was on tiptoe waiting for place of words checked by emotion.He thin bamboo strips coveredjfoltb high 27. ToamtreAf. O V"AIdermaii. 1M 90 V

tells the truth. In the entire it, when the "big 'nu" of the campaignwas stood looking at her as if she bad ly colored} paper.aotf!It' ,is fiways. dec- -4346 eau
returned from the spirit world. orated with isinglass;' gold and silver .
history of American politics we cannot taken ill and failed to keep his date. exclaimed. paper'? "Oh. Joel" she
30. Bj-UlancL.________
" .; recollect any man who- was ever guilty He sent a substitute and an able one, "Explain. green paint On the'ninm'day of the : 875484
E .r ;; ,of as base an act but it fits perfectly too, the same being the eccentric but "Have you stood the test?" festival of Taboots the tapoots are carried 434688
with our conception of Tom Watson's Reuben Arnold of Atlanta. irI.a{ possesslon'throuh the tand
' impressive "What test? r '.. streets 30. To aiyt on 875484
," character.A But substitutes do not do the work of "'IU VE TOO STOOD THB 'rEST r "Joe dear what I went away for jf the variousdtlearin India._ On thetenth' FUSE AND JXjBFmUIOS FUND.

: \ man elected to congress as a democrat the principal and the Waycross meetingwas Be was without means and endeavor. was to test you. You know I always I day all thetaboo \are thrown I 1. To amt oa ttaod....____ 217 IS

.r' and serving as a populist might not the grand success that it was Ing to make a place for himself in his liked to be-certain of everything and I Info some river, ard-tb.. ends the 23. To amt rec f,G W ...__-608 c

, have done this. planned to be. The Augusta Chronicle profession. He could neither affordthe wished especially to be certain of the Mobsmm dan festltalBoston *" ,d ts.-- a 22325MMaVB .'

A man holding on to a nomination on thus comments on the illness of the time nor the money to make the man I would marry. I intended to Herald. '. t 1). By warren' eaahed...__._ 130 BV W

ii.. the ticket with Bryan and thereby seek. Honorable Hoke: trip. Nevertheless he used both. feelIng disappear that you might show your ..... .... :I "" 80. By balaace.-_.,...-.___'-42 26

: l' ing to'divide the electoral vote, when by "We are sorry of course, that the It Is duty as well as impelled by constancy. O, Joe. do tell me that you Primitive fin Fig re, j. 22325
have been true." :As late as the mild of the slxteenth.century -
withdrawing he would have, increased Hon. Hake Smith is sick. We sincerely his feelings to go. < \\00. To amt on and .._.___ 4398
in Londoa the sole method ... I
Helen had accused him of not look. Baxter continued to gaze at her but t '
'. Bryan's chanoea'of election might have he is feeling better ere this. : BoACAri FUND. I
hope flea
showed there in bis expression wan bpi means of
.' Ing ahead Before sailing be was nothing "' 1
amt tiaad_ ._. '
: on 6346
this. wish kno'wti .
done and candidly we did ------- I
"Seriously contrivances :of "hand aquft'tL"These
the injustice of the accusation. He from which she could derive any com '
A man pretendedly running for president for'him personally good health and f usually -made of '-, ,,: 6346 .
looked Into her affairs. It might be fort. Presently be said: % were brass .... ji.1 -,'-'I.: I
r' I but confining his efforts to a state long life-but political pellagra, so help necessary for him to spend considerable "What became of you after you wett with a carrying capacity ranging from N 80. Bfwarrantcashed' 1 "VT .._____.__ 4763

, f that the democrats'were sure to carry if us! money on her account. For In last seen at Frascati? I' J two to four quarts of water. The two 8>. .. 1594

: .' : he did'not'draw off enough' votes to defeat "We are not at all surprised, however stance. suppose she had been capturedby "I bad a disgufse with me which'I quart "squirts" here two and a half B\ce..1'----:I ;1 i --63-18

't E + them; might have done this. the bandits and ransom was demanded and. returning to Rome tool a feet In length oue-and a half Inches Indiameter'at '& -
,, that he has been a bit under a put-on, 30. To amt op, d...___._m 1594
Tom Watson's. whole history is cor- weather. In fact, we suspected it. He found that she possessed prop- train northward 1 have since beer in theirMargest part"and but, r > .t I'
half Inch at'tbe nozzle. On each B G FUND.
this erty producing a fair income but before a small village In Switzerland. an
roboration'of charge which involves
fell that "
A : When our eyes first on twenty- 1. amt _
j side handles 'aid three .To on n4. 74 19
were men wererequred 3
a turpitude such as no one would.tht foot picture of him which adorns one of leaving she bad made no provision Suddenly the hard loot be wondis 27. :To amt ree. UW Alderman. 13 54t'
.. to manipulate a "squirt"One
t be could learn in and de of
other whatever so far as appeared was replaced by i
.. of charging against any ncipalBrpsxT-street buildings we : v.rn
the ban-
cmrp case of her death. She bad simply sympathy. man on, each,sidegrasped r; ,,f..g' _
prominent in American politics; knew thatin'the very nature of things, directed her bankers to send her the "You have awful m>taker die In one band and-the nozzle' in the OO By warranh ed.----------------._ 23 M

-' '\ But to disprove this charge of a conference he wasn't a well man when that picture Income as it was paid to them as her She whitened and waited for him to other while the Jblrd' man1.worked the 00. Bybuee- 1I. ..-'

'. at the Palmer House Tom,"Wat- was taken. agents. It would therefore be impossible go on.: : piston or plunger,drawing ft out while 9273

It. eon refers to the register of that hotel ai i ii *' Thew: something about the ex- for Baxter to raise any funds "Yon remember I told you fat while the nozzle was Immersed. in a supply aQ 10 amt on &.l.-,)-:_______e _

if he could not have conferred withi4enJ"pre! thtph said 'I am not feeling for her use. I waiting to find a secure place on of water which elevated'the filled the 1 cylinder. ; f.-1 j HAZEN, Treas.Scho1 .
The bearers then nozzle
in the hotel without himselt being a comfortable 'around about my waistband Thirteen days must elapse which to step some one Rould get ; .
when the other pushed< in the plunger
r guest. Such a ridiculous assumption thank you.' We didn't attempt could reach the place where she had ahead of you?" '
the skill of the former being employedin the Bon. Board .
. than strengthens his de. been last seen. On the steamer he She sank in a chair and covered her biieJnttructfoa of
rather weakens the case we reallydidn't Bradford county, -
to diagnose ; directing the stream of water upon : ".
made the acquaintance of an elderly face with her hands. Tien suddenly 1.-the nnderslgned.3 rof
Unioa aty
know it was 'kidney colic, but the Such contrivancesare
fire. primitive : beg leave
submit tJt
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told she said for
whom be :
American gentleman, to starting up and facing h) t
knew it was something bad. I said to have been used dining the 'be'monsh ending fW"IO.1' t
we .
DAVIS WILL NOT RUN. the object of bis visit to Italy. This "Tell me all! 8cbooltund; .,'
The Times is violating no confidenceand "Some said it looked as if he had gentleman, Mr. Alexander, realizing Baxter told her of his agony onI great fire of 1GC&: Jniy'' L' To amt on Itead-......... 3t'
swallowed his 'port rates;' while others mind I I .i ,::2'1. ..To 'naMOW 83
committing no impropriety when it that Baxter needed to have his- I learning of her dlsapp<*rance. Cnow- mMytMcah ,1.1' 'I ,it. ,I.
J 'circumstance will said it was paralysis of the pocket-nerve; diverted from hi* trouble. Introduced tag the reputation of the Italians of Horse I 'W: ... 8jjjg23iS
that under no otthe
.. says and still others that the expression of him to his wife and daughter & girl 1 southern Italy he jelievjd she had Pegasus ("born'Dear the source :: .' rranti eaaIsed..___
Robert'W: Davis be a candidatefor 'fr i L jK W ,
GoL the eyes indicated political locomotor of twenty. Mr. Alexander also offered M I met with foul play jut hoped she had ocean") was" the winged tots: of "' By balance......;._ ;ZJ2'!:4 a '

the nomination to the governorship ataxia. But we didn't go as far aa that In case a sum of money larger I been kidnaped rathf> thd murdered. ApollOi; and the Vases. ''Beileropnon : '
of Florida.=Tampa Time command rode this ant n -.rhea- be charged the> I At"J
than Baxter could was He told' her of his triP./he sympathyand
-we simply said he was not looking as i I.
To ant
Chimera., \ on ;aad_ 2'J.
needed for purposes of investigationor kindness of tW>leander family .
4! SHOT FOR BROTHER.CALDWILL. strong and robust as usual. And we expressed h.r.-HA2KJT .
HOT black Odm"had > ,
ransom to advance the amount; : of his hunt fbr triM f bet; his conclusions Sleipnir (the t .4
z -l 1 Ever since Editor;John M. Caldwell. our regrets. looking to Helen White's estate for re- i his tourjsrtth Jw newly made elgbl legs and could carry hIs master I'

.. I : of the Jasper News, came out in his pa "But now comes news of the real Imbursement.The friends, his en 1,rem on well uJand.; This animal Holira d i4itktz1tak

r ; per for local option, the advocates ot trouble colic. Come to think of it, the Alexanders took a.deep InterestIn "And now?' she mJ' Is believed to typify the wind. her : : the,8s of Al-

1: l that plan bar*.bean calling Him "Eer.*' expression of that picture did indicate Baxter's mission and when they "And'now I am pladea; .Judge on which blows., from eight different lermenaadStarke.. &he 1l1}T'! (f.. ot'&h8-T., WDot ;
D 'he
You see, they need*ministers in thei r acute pain, all along. reached Borne and he began his Inquiries the bench I 4iG: rJbt points. 'v / baU GOo at 1ao o'clock c1Sy p. _-

; business, good men who,like the"Key.1 "But, so help ul I we hope the Hon. were eager to bear what be moved by aught exSg tfcepWbfle Al Borak ("the lightning") wai the m..and of hearing eontlnni ooxnppmn.U fro1,dy.-f and day nceh1DW.for the tertltrww pur-- :,".

I John !(. OsldweU can defend the modem Hoke is feeling better much better,this learned. He found the hotel where ; you were supposed TT5fl| ea4 another horse commissioned byGabriel to car tnony to the vahMJpenooaLM any property.real and *..... 1
the Helen had stopped and her trunk I toot I were chattel ,, ry Mohammed to the seventh hea en. fixed brtaeTai _
MlopnbBwness oa .grotad"s beautiful Sunday morning even if that your place. J town,and for perfeettnyirartoSTSd SnaSSQIC _
SaviorJests Obrist, 0&1 L picture of him lie't." which she bad left locked and it bad..t she could not ma* good her claim He bad a human faco and the wingsof t tiM a marnent ofhaU offltariSiSr .
our Lord and ,, remained locked. She bacS"eone"a1one"one against B/a man Is not prop an eagle. Every step be took was the yell 1910. ,r Miia54bylair.Bimr -' '.
There is yours. .
4. reverential
occasion made bout.tendred gal a 'principle universally s. aA T'l'HZWI> .. -, :
one the hills dedslofis thlsr In order to equal to the farthest rang of human.- Cb6DuID. Board .
of rise for A crowd who. were. aIdriitlk"T4)'be. recognized and. respected among morning to, Frascati. on erty. My Attest : of AJdeimea. '
'' .l .acne ., civilized that when softie Rome There to/ 'a risk"and lost" vision. ,. -r i :
; ; dyrieli obnt peoples Providence doses miles from ,, be certain you O. A TDTCH. CIpki t .. .
: bf the ; visits aootber atfy from her but at 'According to Tbessaliaa.Jec 4..tba .. .
Yi\b Jiii14 J"- even though an enemy she.wits seen. in th4l} Aldo Brandlnl'gardens 'He walked : .'. ''
.. ",meat, it it hard to IIDderatalid bow tfaiovz I with sickness and affliction the band oJ ; formerly the residence of the door turned/nd threw her a kiss.:' flit horse::was miraculously 1ogt. : '1frB4 J. '
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rt ht Ol'! 'cif:1I'1fI G DEB J.' -. ,,, ) Notice of Election.BTHEREAS. MALARIA.. I I i f'r,

t ta I-I < D.
tmuOl1S "Ire 'A_ Statement df a Socceac/uf Cure ., '

t..Grit4 t ; p 4 IGLOO 3oiuititution. of the 1883 Legislature ot the State of of 1909 Florida under,the did (Mrs.)Mabel :ith,Dallas,writes: "Feb. :

;t 'ors'D..BIJt.t. tlly lose three joint resolutions proposing amend- 1909,' PAM.ALA, has absolutely cured me '

,1" O. SpedM). nents to tine Constitution of the State: of..Flor- of Malaria (Chills and Fever). For some ,1\: \ "
I jHfHuguuteij.icumt. da a nd the same were agreed to ly a vote of
I months I have lived in the oi
|;[-...T o Jetty) ? democratic ordeWthetnbject dye com- flESFONDENh ;10ru-e hrt -flfthi;that)of the all rotes the members on Bald joint elected solutions to each Louisiana.past I never saw a well day swamps for six

"mfttee having 4a election on ar're entered upon their respective journals, 'months. Malaria has held me in its grip !
I the beginning with yeas and nays thereon, and they did de- and for the past wren weeks I have been '
Tittagaa OI T51tt ermine; and direct that the said joint re olu- I
of a 14ont8 secure comi dour; bw submitted to the elector of the State confined to bed. Thanks to Pam-Ala I am r
SUICIDE STUNT the election in November,1910. well "
it general now entirely again. I
according .
mission h"i :Nuwthen-fore H.Clar CrawfordSecretary '
will cure| oi the r >f Si!ate for the State of Florida,do hereby give ji i l
advocates some
to itfl 9 notice that a AM-ALA

municipal evils which, h>ve been. so GENERAL ELECTION BARliAINS **

much CritiCise |iurin&th6' past two will be held In each county in Florida on Tues- Contains no Quinine.All '

f sameJimV the votersfot lay neit succeeding the first Monday in Nov Druggists. 'l.OO bottles.Notice .
s At the
''I year |mber, A. D. 1910,the said Tuesday being the

|Montgomery will! say 1 ether they do Eighth Day of November r I.. 11 I .

or do not want the court. ) of-the seven For the ratification or rejection of the said ci Application Letters Patent I ,

'Justioes-of h._:P ace of/the city abolished the lolnt Constitution resolutions of proposing the State the of amandmt-ncg Florida viz:to MOTICEbherebygiven that the undersign- On Wednesday August Ij7th! .

and an inferior coudT established. SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION,proposing an to apply to the Governor of ,
.' r : amendment to Article XIX of the Constitution Florida on the 27th day of August, A. D. 1910 i' i uli
; in their stead. tf ti of the State of Florida, relating to the for letters patent upon the proposed charter s a 1910 (next Wednesday) ( .
our Mme
I Tbi ,.also; is a suggest reform[ .to manufacture and Hale, or other disposal of copy notice.of which b published following this ,
i and
'. itre, ils Tjoto a j'Ojnt-'by the recent Be Intoxicating It resolvtdby liquors thb Legislature bcveragHi.of the State of ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF CITI- at Starke will be opened fori the ,
It Iskly a Florida: .
formal report. BANK OF RAIFORD.
[d Jury $a its' That Article XIX of the Constitution of the
admitted that the grand juiyA State of Jr lorida be, and the same is hereby, We, the undersigned hereby: associate ourselves of
f together and become body corporate selling
amended to as to read as follows: purpose our household
criti iced lawlesa: .conditions in under the laws of the State of Florida, and do
ui4in Article XIX. Section 1. The manufacture
hereby make adopt,declare and subscribe the
' "; the sty, particularly as to the ususpen.i end liquors sale and barter beverages exchange, whether,of intoxicating spirituous following as the articles of our incorporation: goods and kitchen furniture. la.w.and its at. i ? 1.-NAME AND PLACE OF BUSINESS.The -
i Eion't fth8 prohibition 4\f. AND Vinous malt are hereby forever prohibited
tendantlevlto in .1r In the State of Florida except alcohol for medical corporate name shall be the Citizens !
aQthUng.vfaswritten RGErj wientillc or mechanical purposes, and Bank of Raiford and its principal place of business
view of a knowledge conditions as F : Wine for sacramental purposes; the Bale of shall be in the Town of Raiford, County; Bargains can be had inbed'; \ .;
which alcohol and wine for the purposes aforesaid of Bradford and State of Florida.
they existed in the city. After two ,j tj, : ,shall be regulated by law. 2.-NATURE OF BUSINESS TO BE TRANS
the leading citizens 4SIMMOKS Kec.2. The Legislature shall enact suitable ACTED. room suits chairs tables ink, la
years of prohibition laws for the enforcement of the provisions of ;
declare that conditions AVER RECU 10R this article. The general nature of the business to be
of Montgomery Uric Sec 3. This article shall go into effect on the transacted shall be that of a general banking dies' desks
tti. Uv.r table lou
i are worse in Montgomery than they t.dfir first day of July, A.D. 1M1.A business with all powers as is provided by the dining ges,
r statutes of the State of Florida governing bus]-
have ever known them. Commission ,,ness of such nature.

"government and an inferior court are riss. ur .'. ments- JOINT to Article RESOLUTIO V of the Constitution prolPilng amend of the 3.-CAPITAL STOCK. cots, garden tools,. rubber those i

to restore a respect 'r '. .. 'Suite of Florida, relative to the Judiciary The amount of the capital stock of such corporation .
i movements planned '.4 department shall be Fifteen Thousand Dollars and in !
far[ law and to reestablish law enf orceient ,Be li tesolvtxi by the Legislature of the State of divided into one hundred and fifty shares,of fact, everything'thrt jt is .
the value each. Allot
da: par of one hundred dollars ;
.. The men who declared: at theginning '"tom' "r'" i That the following amendments to Article V said capital stock has been fully subscribed,
widespread and general # of thaConstltutlon of the State of Florida relative and will be paid in full or as provided by section usually kept in a well furnished
that the 'Inter ; to": the Judiciary department, to be numbered I 2698 ofthe General Statutes!of the State of .
of the prohibition law Sections 39, 40 and41 of said Article Florida. .
: disregard Do ''you. attitc the some are hereby agreed to and shall be Said corporation may from time to time increase home.'P!j
;would encourage a disregard for all other Ha.vanacigar t jnto submitted to the electors of the state at the its capital stock to an amount not to exceed ;; .
election to be held on the first Tuesday Thirty Thousand Dollars ,
1 laws: are1 now saying, "I told yon,so. and N;rhea after the first Monday In November A. D.1910,, 4.-TERM OF EXISTENCE. \jl\
The men who declared that prohibition the light is .$be for ratification or rejection,to-wit: We have sold I '
The shall at the date place to
I Sec. 39. From and after the adoption of then corporation commence our aqjd
;would"bring in more evils than it would cigar aJ: te:: amendments the Criminal Court of Record of letters patent upon these Articles of Incorporation I
rank and bi -..!, d. be known the and shall continue for ninetynineyears.
and for Eacambia county shall as
..cure tie saying too, "I told yon so. inferior guali 'always Court of Record in and for tu 1 county and,in : avoid the trouble of movingall} I

The of the city is aroused and 'sweet'aft' addition to their present jurisdiction, the said 5.-OFFICER8 AND DIRECTORS.The } .
; .... t court, and the Judge thereof, shall have, in
business shall be
conducted the following
[an earnest effort is being made to remedy Do you know that'ybh'cannot: gel finer Escambla county, concurrent with the circuit officers and a board of not by lens than these things we have decide l. to
conditions. Havana tobacco in any cigar at-an;' court of said county and the Judge thereof,the five directors, who shall be elected by the

Strange to say, but little''"criticism is price than that which' is in a Palmfimc and same matters original and jurisdiction the same power of all and other authorit cases stockholders president at,vice-president each annual,meeting.A cashier.and such sett them at bargain prices. '

jsl flourish ker? \tf to issue all writs as the circuit court of said other officers as the 'said corporation may, This
:heard of the open saloons that Do y6c know' tha 'Palm county and the Judge thereof, excepting capItal authorize,all of which officers shall be electedby oJ
} are
A sentiment cases, and the power to summon and em the board of directors after adjournment
the city. immediately sale will
,boldly., throughout made by Cuban hand workmen? iJEvery empanel a grand jury. of the annual stockholders' meeting continue from August .
: Kerns to grow up which holds thatrehe cigar will burn even and draw fre *-not The same rules of procedure and practice and their duties shall be prescribed in the

laws cannot be enforced in" a city like cigars, that are made in molds. y' and rights which of trial obtain by judges said circuit ad litem court and shall referees by power Said appolht board the of subordinate directors shall officers have, 17th to 20th may continue 1
;know Palm Smokers eon obtain in said court of recora. The Governmayln ,
not want prohibition. .A Do you that whose powers and duties shall be provided by; F ,
rhich does ,order one of the circuit i !
; his discretion any the b.laws.ft.MEETING. 1
; *
made in t dealers more than any other Co cigar? of the /State to hold one or more
efforts have been eJUt judges but don't nd -
;Dumber of That is because they. ate worth a terms or parts of terms of said court of record. OF STOCKHOLDERS. er, depend on that ,
to. enforce thiprohibitionlaw,.but' mote.' Sec,40. The Supreme Court of the State shall a The annual meeting of the stockholders of I '
itdea.1 have appellate jurisdiction in all causes: of this corporation shall be on the first Tuesday of ,
these have failed, although,t bey'w. Doyou know-that the wrapper which jurisdiction is granted to said court of January of each year. The officers who are to miss the bargains. |H"1
prohtbitiontditfoateedd \ filler of a"Pain Smoker comes from the record. Appeals and writs of error shall be serve aa such until those elected at the annual | .
>nducted by prosecuted from the said court of record to the meeting In 1911 shall be Qualified,shall be:
by Governor Comer.. famousVuelta' Abajo district of; P11b&'j; :Supreme Court in accordance with the law T.B.Handley, President.
.. "and that' the same grade of tobacco ia and rules governing such proceedings from the A.D.And.rewsJ.Vice-President. Everything in good condition :
as. the legislature meetrritireigomery rsed In tfc*fiqest brands of imported ci. circuit court to the Supreme Court. J.J.Handley Cashier. ,
bef are-iwpIead for al. Sec. ; wiU-go are? ; and all laws enacted in consonance therewith H.Jones,W.M. Whitten, O. .C. and people are going to some: ;
Dew systerii ofha.ndttng4h6.llQuor. question Do *yottJcnow' 'that if you have not pertaining to the Rald'Orlminal court of Richard,J. C. Byrd. get ,
record and the officers thereof**including the 7.-LIMIT imXEBTBDNESS. .
and declartog-nhat conditions areXJjrere 8 i. ted Palm Smoker, that i yon-have manner of the appointment election and the bargains. .
amount of indebtedness rare \
ow, under the legal. ..L smoked,the beat? V terms of office and with compensation like effect of to said the officers said liability The highest: t*which' this corporation shall or at other any d\)

led saloon< ,, In the meanwhile other i yon know that a Palm Smoker has court, shall of record apply and the officers thereof,exceptas son Urn 2712"object of the itself General shall Statutes be aa of State of('- ij I!i
t lwsmootb, rich taste that ,is so much provided by these amendments. The present Florida. tl
med1e be'applied to existing sou in high grade Havana cigais officers of said criminal court of record To be sold only for cash .
iditionTi.Vtix& shall be the officers of said curt ot record and 8.-THE INCORPORATORS. >
\ PXonknow that substitutes may, discharge the duties and,-freortve the emoluments The names and residence of the subscribing;
.JiW. T. SHKEHAN. r el their respective-office* until the expiration and the amount of stock
12-lt 4 same as Palm but inoorporators. subscribed
q of their present tenhaof office. The for by each at them are as follows: GORNxdi
[not taste the smokii' t of record shall i
hey salary of the Judd of saldcotQjt D. M. I
Name. Residence. Shares.T. .'IGJ"i' Palm'. be two thousand and five, hundred dollars i a
7llErS g a ... ,' yon ,payable quarterly by the county of E8cambia. B. Handley.....Raiford, FIe.A.D.AndrewsRaifordFla..,..______ 69 .. I
ono are getting the best that mon year ,and may be increased by the Legisla .,___.__._ 30 I':
ey. .Of. ., : I 'ureaFrom J.H.Jones___.._.__Raiford,Fla.,_____-___ 10 IL_ i.
jtarke Are FInding Re- Smokers isKancire 1 and after the expiration of the term of W.M. Whitten.__Ualford,Fla.,..._...... 10
The \jt Palm I office of the present Judge the Judge of said R.L. Lookhart_...Raiford.Fla.,__________ 1
1 at last.fp..1hat ft M,all first-class dey '. court of record shall hold hid office for four.. J.O.Byrd__-___..-Raiford.Fla.._...;_--__ 10 I .1
'r O.B. Gordon__---Raiford-FU.,__..____.. 10
women have more f years. H.C.Richard___--_Starke,!Fla.----------- 10 { .

a share of the aches and pains GO YEE IJTANTS=DRESSES. JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amendment : In Witness Whereof, the subscribing inoorporators The Telegraph JOB
must to Section thirty-five of Article V of the: have hereunto subscribed their PRINTJfERY _
t ct humanity. They : Constitution of Florida relating to establishment I, names:

nap," must attend to duties in spite Small Sam o Boney.For MenSerd ( Be it resolved of the Legislature' of the State I .. A.1'. B.D.HANDLEY ANDREW Is equipped to do your Job Printing sans ctoril.. .

tautly aching backs or head. Co. "'1 'of Florida: J. H. JONES, r.!
In : U.
/> I, That the following amendment to Section I W.M. !
dizzy spells, bearing-down pains;; 4' urty-nve of Article V of the Constitution ofJftorid ; I R, L. LOCKHART., .
must over, when to stoop Tallahassee, ., June 9.-Governor; *to hereby agreed to and shall be proposed I J,C. BYRD .: I
: stoop i and submitted to the electors of the State O.B. GORDON! J
Gilclirist holds .. hum of mone
must walk andferml at the next generalection
gags torture. They uvm or rejection H. C. RICHARD.
P andy due te each of e following men, J > hereafter,that ia to say, said Section r ,
and work with racking pains ,.hirty-nve of Maid Article shall be amended sees STATE OF FLORIDA,) t _
aches from kidney ills. Kidneys members of Com y 1.1. First FloriSpanishAmerican to read as follows: County of Bradford. J i ;

other Volunteer Infan'' Sec. 85. No courts other than herein sped Before me, an 'officer authorized to take This Is Very .
than orpw -
Ie i more suffering any fled shall be established in-this State exceptihat acknowledgements,personally.appeared T. B.
a of the body. Keep the kidneys war, which recruited at and the Legislature may provide for the creation Handley A. D. Andrews,J.H.Jones W. M. ,
around Starke. desire and establishment of such additional lull Whitten, R. L. Lockhart,J.C.Byrd,O.B.Gor '
gf U and health is easily maintained. Ie goyemer circuits as may from time to time be: don and H.C. Richard,to me well known to be
only that the present post address of each oi \I necessary, and for the appointment by the parties described! In and who signed the
,Bead i of a remedy for kidneys th ujrvernor and confirmation by the Senate foregoing articles of incorporation, and sever Importan
and cures the kidneys and is enr these parties if liv $. if nny of them additional circuit judges therefor,whose, ally acknowledged that they signed the same
p i riame and rmi of office and general jurisdiction shall beiwiersame for the purpose therein expressed.
people in this locality. are dead he desioffice the ..... post- as herein provided for the circuitllndee z.
by Witness my hand and seal at Raiford, Flor
for and ,
Mrs. E. H. Walters, 108 N. Oak Ave.,, addresses of eir legal represent clothe*any herein railroad already commission provided with judicialpowjers may SEAL ida, this 22d day of July, A. D. 1910. ,
( )
oesviHe, :Fla., says: "My kidneys atives: f4Osborn Cartel of in all matters office. connected with the functions WASH. IVES ROBERTS: '

time and ]I J. Beni; .JoIii'O. their Notary Public State of Florida.
,MV disordered' for some Simon B. Hedges'*q'hn''M Jones, DaA- The votes cast in compliance with said proposed Commission expires Feb.21,19a. i
would relieve 7-28-51 toYoui
pdd find nothing that I amendments,and the canvass' declaration r
l'wu'lUbjectto'-dizzy' spells and iel B. Kelsey, Oscar: H. Martin, William *and returns thereof shall be subjected to
AltaJ. the Mme regulations and restrictions as are Episcopal CUnrc t,
-. lei i and had other symptoms of M. Snjith.peorgetO., Singletary, I provided by; law for general elections in the t '
Williams! ElmerfE. Caiii;;:Walter B.Crowon state of Florida.In Sunday School 9:00. i
y trouble. Seeing Doan'sKidneyi Whereof, I have hereunto set Morning at 11. '
Testimony prayer and Your
JolutA.: Harris, -Jamea A.Mpler to Sons ; '
i advertised, I procured a box and :. my hand and affixed.the'great. seal Evening prayer 7:30.
Chfiidler of the State of Florida at TallahaaSEAL -
Attnre N. Wilson,Mark i
__i their nse. They acted promptly ( )) nee,the capital, this twenty-fifth 4
not long before I &received John W. Freeman, Sebron A. Her day;: of July A.D. 1910. and Daughters. .
L it was
hesUtipi/ia giving rington, Noah Jones,George eli. Lemon,, H.CLAY CRAWFORD,
f. I have no Secretary of State.
'" endoriemen Joab G. Rice Jr., Julius H. Smoak, I
Pills zfl

_. .sale Kidney bya1ldeal -Price 50 c e its. Henry O. Timberlake, Isaiah,D. WJ1.lp. Master's Sale. "I .

wrMilburn Buffalo" New,York Lock Castlebury, George, E. DillQP! o (EvenMonth' .
Co., Alexander Malcolm Owen Owens Jab 1 Notice is Vereby given that under and by / Prof. Geo. C. Looney, with a corps of riiost :
for United States' virtue of a find decree of fOl'8'losuremade and
agents |he J. Ward. tft rendered July V 1910,by the Judge of the Circuit talented and experienced educators, will openi.the '
member'$aename Doan? and Court of tie 8th Judicial Circuit of Florida writes Lola P. Roberts, of
,in and for Bradford county in chancery first annual of the
term SIGMA
Cc L-
i no oth sitting in favor Emma Richard complainant Vienna, Mo., "I used to be : 1 :
L and against'Sarrie Floreus, Carl Floreus, '
ra Report. Allle Floreus andLouise Floreus, defendants, sick most of the time and LEGE, literary and military, at Melrose, Fla., 1 \,
the undersigned will offer for sale before the
3ETof the "of the Circuit, Court account Inaty. court house door Starke Florida, between suffered with backache and on Sept. 15th prox. j I' t e:
for Bradfoi ,Florida on the legal hours of sde on Monday.

T Q. W. ALD I'the,Tax year Collector.190 JOIJNSFURNITURE SEPTEXBER 5, 1910, headache. vMotherwho This, will be no ordinary school. In the first '. .
the highest and Wst bidder for rash,the "
CO PROPER. I to following described laid,situated..J in Bradford had been greatly helped by place, it is limited and select. Again, we turn bur : t, {\

i'l. Tobaldue Fend_____ 27452; I county. Florida-wit the use of Cardui, got me, ..
certain Pies lot of land
All that parcelbr
By amt co-' --'_ 7569r 193 8 situate and beine in Bratford county, Florida,, two bottles, and I have boarding (department, house management |fnd : i" :
l. ToW. bat do -- to-wit: The nW, of tin nwJi of section, '
OOUNil. p OO E.s township 6 south less., ranged east,containing 40 been well ever since." dining hall service over to a noble and cultivatedlady I

BrtdgiZund61.1&1'000 acres,moreor t>. E. KNIGHT and gentleman who know perfectly the '
: E49 l
.;.. .. 4473:! Special****In Chancery .
UNO.Building --. A. V. LONG, p methods of conducting a hotel and t1 t''en
Solicitor for Comp inant.Sberllrs. proper i' \
!.. 68 & .
run koCARDUI I IThe 1
t __ 1891 we condense all our talents and energies in attJt- j
A .I. A .:. :.--:.-___ 49 ?! CO.Dealers'in Salt : {
tion ;
SCHOOL. to our pupils. \
Oo School FunFn .. ceo aA i is ofvy that 1, J. N. Lang- ]
11l. To M 4t uuw cpll) cte By .... 095 9 under and by virtue 01 %certain writ of exewtion 1
1. To a issued out afandilar the seal of the Woman's Tonic '
have with have somethin E
graduated us you'll ; J
';/1- Circuit Court of.BTfWOJt county, Florida, 4rejoice
boantyPo lle .. 14 00 W* ,t W.C.BarcUT led fa ot Cardui is tonic ;
To + a gentle
fL iwT.iiiw .. 00 a the rest of life. i!,
,, By amt collected. ..... 14 Furniture Iron Bedsteads Manufacturing.Company o red over your ; : ;e
of July,W jQ p ft err& s&Vand for and J
doew.4 -- 6th day
| --
I l. Tobalance -------- the young women.It .
sell to the highest and best tfednekhprefor for Lakes smimming fishing boating and t j '
) ;JBy w5J aS,Clerk. MattingsRugsArt : cash, at the oottt| horns dr Ja'tliMpwn of relieves and prevents: otljfefpastimes : '
B J WEEKS.I). CC. Monday the : '
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Starke on abundant. i .
Squares and 'Rub-: 8TH DAY OF &KPTKuB, lap, > pain. It builds strength it ; i! ,

1 bring a legale .*&*$ aTTSffld court H : ,Ji
"o IeEL Flooring the nt feeds the It '
1 1lcatl beroid within the legal houMOfwW towing see nerves. helps .. i ..
L hens atlyii-SDI. HuUW scribed real estate n Trangel&l tttle and the whole ,.
oe system.
dated th
U4, interestof bessid aaitn
of Jnn D.190B,Lure filed said tot carat Stoves, pardyrare/ aced in B Made from harmless \ Address for catalogue, at. present, '..Geo.Looney 3
4 south
,and baa swV and
f my to ofiloe embraces is Uiuowing drt tie a C#kery. be&necessary east,240 Scree to fully:orb satisfy JEPV thereof execution aswt11 roots arid herbs, it has no Pres., 111 Confederate Ave., At : .,

aN1 We carry the Magnetic mixed and costa. T. w. LM /RD. bad after-effects, doea not Ga., or Capt. Wm. McGarry, Commadant .
sere In SW oor of nw'f oI swyj ot'seo ataC Palate and Oils. Sheriff Bradffy(;o.t Fla, interfere with the use ofany Vrose Fla. .. rei .,' '; ':
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areredst Come and see use P4in tiff a Attorney. other medicine held ca! ," .
said laM betng sec :

01' n1eoe to d edeDQwfll eM Iee0sRPrlt b ....f TEIIS. ElSI.I. .. Uethodlst'ttarcb tiredt d .fQU nothing but good. L: .-

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,. .. of imprisonment.I As It Is we Are goIng H. C. RICHARD 'fmwnifMnfiffiffiitnfimiirffltmtfwiiftff"" "rmtr. 5

VINDICATED. to a new country to begin life fe *"ir" 3W'IPS; .... ", 'ii:* i: .
PATTERSON TICKET anew. Before going we 'wish to re- f .3v; "-t.

: ward you for what you have done for 6eneral Insurance _g ? A MONTHLY, I INCQJ.1J., j .:. :..

us. and fortunately we are able to put ,_, , *[MA ( "V '. "* "
'' >e' ''''"' j
t : MEETS WITH DEFEAT Accused He Acquired Means to you in the way of such reward.
"About a year ago the crown Jewels I represent none bnt FIRST-CLASS 20 f"

Prove His Innocence.By of a European kingdom were stolen. I companies and will be constantly on the E "or yeaI'. ; flripelfi

The government has sought for them alert to promote your interests. Guarantee

Independent Democrats, Win by high and low and used every effort to courteous treatment to all patrons.A .

DONALD CHAMBERLIN. trace the thief. My husband and a well written policy by a first-class '

25,000 Majority. rcopyr bt. isle by American Press Association. man named Taggart were the robbersof agent in a first-class company some- THE ;
.] the treasure. My husband came to I i
for Its times means much in case of loss by fire It .
Many years ago when New York America to make arrangements ,

I CONTEST WATtJARD-FOUGHT, was a comparatively small town two bribe transfer a to customs this country.official to He pass was the to H, C. RICHARD Starke, Fla. i l *,. .". '

men were at work over a set of com-
box containing the jewels without examination : _i 1iEA ,
Very I in b
.1lbce1 .
mercial books in the office of a small Inf+ .
Patterson Forces Accede Defeat by He was also to provide a
store In Canal street. The older wasa But DR. LEROY W. DENHAM s
I the Majority Above Named-Inde- place for their concealment on .
man of forty, the younger a boy of reaching New York he was recognized i
pendent Forces Represent Practi- nineteen. I as one wanted for a former offense DentistEdwards 5 ;i,..At age of 30, for.. : ; .,

cally the State-Wide Prohibition Element "Mr. Coulter," said the younger .'1 and was arrested. This has spoiled 1 (a.saving: of $&37a, month) your famSy;!t .: vill re- .... ,..

of the Democratic Party. can't make this trial balance come out the game. Taggart was to have sailed Bldg. Starke, Fla. == fceive after your death $30.00 Every! MoatiLfi. === ._

right-will help ?" on the ship Pequot on a date that .. ""* ** .
you me -- '------- -- :: 20 years, or $ J all! : V. '.. :::
The independent democrats in'the Coulter turned a crafty face toward should bring: him into this harbor within == .

Tennessee primaries Thursday elected his assistant. An idea seemed to be a few days. The European government R. F. ENSEYCivil : -- -w "

their Judicial tickets in one of the crystallizing In his brain. Then leaving has offered a reward of $25.000 I : At, a slightly higher cost? the income' iwould

most exciting and hard-fought political his books, he walked over to where for the recovery of the jewels. intercept and Mechanical Engineer E continue for life.L ... =!;

contests ever known in the state. Johnnie Bruinard sat on his high stool Taggart and you will have been OLD TOWN FLA. fr fr ..."? ... : ..

Following are the successful tickets: and began work on the trial balance. repaid husband.for your" kindness to me and =-= "i '"afll.;p.,. ',i' ..*, ;, l *."...."|. -HVfc
An hour later It was finished, a my Twenty Years' Experience In the Fit-Id. 3fc
very UTOVrlte for Rates at
Judges of the Supreme Court-East On the receipt of this Information YOURAge aId; Learn How
beautiful of red and black
statement :
division John K. Shields middle ; ;YOtr{ an Provide an Absolute Guaran'teed 3
ern ; John Brainard suddenly became a new Contracting, Concrete Construction and Rail I '. Income
division, D. L. Lansden; western division ink."What Mr. man. If be could secure this rewardhe road Work Specialties. SI for Your Family. |jf :; | : 3
a good man you are. ,
Matt M. Neil; state-at-lafge, W. would be able to lift those de-
Coulter, said Johnny. "I could never
D. Beard Grafton Green. have done It without your help." pendent on him from suffering to com Florida Land Lines Re-Located wit Accuracy. r P'NC N,. Special .Agent 1iTARKEl

The other, making no reply, turned i fort.That ; -\

away and resumed his work on his came over was under a day canvas when and ocean requiredsome liners DR. N. W. FRANCIS, IS T't ',-: ," .' 'FLORIDA: ai
E I j .
Q own books. But the boy noticed that .
thirty days to make the transit. .
his hand trembled. I General Surgery a Specialty. 1of j1UUtb UJIJluJuunuunuuuuu
Had the matter occurred today : l1UIUUl
John Bralnard's salary was the only I Office Hours, 10. to 12-1 to 2:80- i / J
Brainard that
might have feared some ''Hly k 4t:9'f : '
support of his mother a widow, and one acting under information receivedby )Irs.Kate Powell Matron In charge of office 9
several brothers_and sisters all much cablegram would get ahead of him. Office over Mitchell's Drug Store. '. t?
younger than he. He was especially Starke Florida"
But there were no cablegrams In those

days, and If a criminal secured an embarkation *
-'-- -
he was pretty sure that no 5 .
f- ,
one had been warned of his arrival.

What Brainard bad to consider was COFFINS, CASKETSAnd I

to make good his capture without giving 5
away his information to any one. a Full Line of Ti Fa4v/s s cow yy

He succeeded in getting himself appointed Undertakers' Supplies iTARKE '- F O'RIDAf

a deputy constable, then went I Ii
Always on hand. The best ser-
a down New York bay to quarantineand \\ *- *3i -" i .
waited for the arrival of the man vice at the lowest prices. Special r

and the jewels. In a few days the attention to Telegraph Orders.

S Pequot was sfg ted. Her appearance ,

confirmed Mrs. Nolan's story. Still Registered Embalmer

John had been twice duped by criminals i.W .
r and he was not yet sure but thata L1AMS 'p Y.S fRE fiHT
new trap bad been laid for him. Q. C. LIVIN OSTON & Co.

i Brainard made the acquaintance of Starke, Fla. ;
the health officer whose business it 1211 Wes. Bay St. -P. O.Boi,.;401- ...&;;- JACKSONVILLE; FLA.
was to board incoming vessels and I, r- .
"J. J. VILLI "
GOVERNOR 'PATTCR6ON.. secured his permission to go with him ..... ...,..., .. ,,' :\ .....
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when he made his Inspection of thePefjuoL
His Informant had given hima CASE GOODSoIESOTO -? : b STE4 } WF LSEY
Judges of the Court of Civil Ap- GENERAL : Cf.!
1)eals-Eut.erD division. H Y. Hughes; description of Taggart. He was REPAIRING I. :RYEr: t1.j.. 1 on> Jug ex d.-. :__=_' 260
I have a general repair -
middle division Joseph C. Higgins, S. small, thickset and an especial markon in the opened building next door to 4 Full Quarts Express paid ...if U 00 jj. SPECIAL oFnR.' \.
him was the absence of a atone shop '
part 'S "
6" .*
F. Wilson; state-at-large, Frank P. t --- 1'i.OO ebrook Whiskey drumI try
ear, which he bad lost in a fight, .1'J. M. Alvarez's8tDre and am pre- 112" .. 1',7b/ .
Hall, John M. Taylor. Bottling. Express P
with the French police. When the pared to repair Sewing Machines, 12" ..%- freight paM .ljla 1( i ,
I : 00 Pints in drum 00
, i Express pai
: 25,000 Majority Against Patterson. I Pequot neared the quarantine station Watch. Clocks Pianos, Organs, WILLIAMS No.40 RYE.. : druiD
200 Half PintS in r 00
The independent headquarters here a boat bearing a yellow flag, the doc- Guns,Furniture,etQ. "no", A
, 4 Full
Quarts Express paid_..$ |
.' claims that the majority will approximate tor and John seated in the stern was First-class work guaranteed.I 6'. 4 ., .. 4'Sold only by drum Willnot b 'Il.air drum

,., 25,000 votes. The regular,democrats pulled out to her and the two climbeda carry a fnlMine of machine .. 12 's l x"_.. ", ::i:: :.9;: CORN WHJSKEYKp1'e8It..fa1d.: .

,.'' whose ticket was defeated, claim ladder that had been placed for :needles, oil and supplies. .24" .,.,,. it u' .-':..._..'. .9 Rocky Fork, per bottle Ex, pdl\f 140

." these figures will be cut by 10,000 or them over the ship's side. Then the W. J. WILSON i r ,/OLD/ HALIFAX RYE. : Rocky Fork per case VVUwli 75
former made his medical Inspection N. O. White 1 J. '
15,000 votes 4 Full-Quarts Expre.Paid--fl better gal" Q S 60
: P while John began to Inspect the pas- Phone 49 Starke, Fla. 6 'i '\ ji'r N. O. White, fine, 1 gal "fc, a 75

The independent faction represents WAS DBAOOBD OUT OT.TBS BOLD. sengers. 12 /*! ii5*'. :::: 1'10 Laurel Valley.Corn/1 gal" .. y

.. In a large measure the statewide'pro. The work was not as arduous then as stwrr SOumRc, RYE WHL KEY-Expre88"'PaicL;
, anxious that his work shopld be satis-
..., hibition element of the democratic it would be among the several thousand 4 Full (Quarts Expreaf paid_ i r.f 2 75/ : Per Gallon.

.. ;.... party, which has been vigorously op- of factory salary because that would he hoped somewhat for a lighten raise persons coming In on an ocean liner I The gardeners confidence in Terry'i felt by Seeds farmers to-day''anil' 6 y{ ".. II' If _*_j<'.?-" goI. Queen City____.._____Express paid $3

posing Governor Patterson since his today. There were but twenty In alL would Lave beta impossible to feel laj 12" i iia, :\ If .__ 8 00 Sunny South ------- 3
the burden resting upon his mother. 88 U 'J PintsYEKLOWSTONB !___ 12 00 U ..
. memorable campaign with the late ex- John saw no one on deck answeringthe any seeds two score of years Rye3falt----, 826
The next afternoon a summons came ago. We have made a, BO ON. Hurdle Rye, Special. ", 4 O'
Senator E. W. Carmack for the gubernatorial description of his quarry, and on ..
: ; for Johnnie to go to the office of his science of seed Overholt _.:_ 4
.' .;; nomination. asking the purser If there were no growing. 4 Bottles,express paid,.----j----$ 5 40
, 'J employer .Eben Huyser. The_ _young_ more the officer counted noses and i Oas paid,. .___ fcj... 12 75 Rich Hill___,------ 460
; 'I Ended Bitter A L' "'' Planter 600
., Fight. accountant nonce from his cmei expression ------------
said that one man was missing. John'sface % fg OLD BOONS : Old Boone_ 600
\ The election ended bitter that there was trouble in the ":
> a fight fell. Had Taggart escaped? All Bottled in bond by the U.. Gov'm't. Williams' Private Seal ". 6 00 '
Patterson Joke in half the counties wind and the first words confirmedhis hands were started on a bunt and a 4 Full Quarts, Exp.: paid.M.__u( /5 00

.. .r .of the state, and lesser lights from surmise. short thickset man with one ear nearly always do 12 Full Quarts, ,Exp; paid.1__'___ 12 75 ALCOHOL.f \

1 both sides stumped the llIages from "What have you done with the gone was dragged out of the bold. expect of exactly them.: what For you sale -- ts, .paid_.- ______ 13 75 One Grade Only and jug,Ex.pd ti 50

',h, .__ the Great Smokies the MississippI. money you have taken?" where he had gone to escape observation everywhere. FESSrS 1910 SlED 48F Pints;Exp.; poi*;----" 15 00 GIN, Express paid,$2 50, |3 25 and4 50

.-J On the attitude of the bulk of th Half an hour later after a vain at- till he might find an opportunityto UCTOA1 Free on request,

white republican vote hung the issue. tempt to extort a confession from the step ashore. De..FERRY COn Detroit.Mloh. 1.Sen us a Trial Order.MEDICINA
I boy, Huyser sent out for a policemanand .
The negroes practically all went far John showed his badge and made
Johnnie taken to the Tombs, I i f
the Patterson ticket. the arrest. Since there was no tel _
the then city prison so called since it
It is understood that in return for I egraph by which be could summon as-
I of the tomb
: was a copy architecturally sistance on his arrival at the slip where
the aesistnace lent by the Republicans of an Egyptian king. There in his cell
the ship was to be docked he was [ "W HISKIES
In electing their Judiciary ticket the Johnnie after somewhat recovering obliged to wait till he came within I

independents will solidly support the from the shock, had ,time to think. It sight of the Battery. Then the cap- .
candidate named by the Republicans had become evident from words ,
tain sent the message by signal. As '
for govermcT. dropped by his employee, that in his soon as the ship was docked John i We Wantto. Sell You

Disastrous to Patterson. trial balance be had endeavored to turned his prisoner over to the police i .:1a. .

Enemies of Governor PattersoD''clalm cover up a deficeucy of some $12.000.At and his effects were placed in bond.

the result will hare disastrous one-a It occurred to him that Coulter In a batbox with a false bottom the THE GLENDALE OdMPY
had used him as a catspaw to conceala found.
effect on his political future. He is a jewels were

candidate, for re-election to third, defalcation of hIs own. It was months before John receivedthe SI(3 1 SAMUELS, Prop. % : \
I John Brainard spent months in prison. reward for his capture, but In time :)
term but as yet the opposition has; During that time the wife of a $25.000; was paid him. ,JACKSONVILLE, FLA I I CHATTANOOGA: TENN.
net shown its hand as to what steps
man occupying the cell next to his Meanwhile he had been quietly 13 '
S. Laura
to 21 St '.E iNirlth.StGlendale'S
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will be taken in putting out a ticket 31
her husband and .
came often to see working upon the. matter neatest his # .... ."
concocted a plan for his escape. John heart, his vindication and the day aft- .
being Innocent himself, the woman er the payment of the money Huyser 'amous fZ., : Glendale's Queen Elizabeth Jtye''; c

BOLD HOLD UP. had no difficulty in convincing him of & Co. were sued for false imprisonment -

... -.:.. her husband's innocence. She conceived and their books placed in the Pride of ,Naryland1i/- A Whiskey Your Physician WUPrescribe | to

'I a plan of liberating her husbandby care of a custodian appointed by the .f : .
New Mexican Bandits Rob Stage ol taking his place he escaping In her court. Then Mr. Huyser sent for Johnto EXPRESS PREPAID EXPRESS PAID. 1

$20,00 In Bullion. clothes. In order to do this she required -
come and see him. 4 Full -$2.85 4 Full Quarts.---------------
Quarts ------------------ ', 5oo
Captain Fred Fornoff, of the mounted John's assistance. At the critical "What does this charge mean?" ask- 8 Full Quarts_________ -----. ------.------- 5. 0 8 Full Quarts___________-:_ __ .
police has been notified that the moment he must attract the ed the head of the firm. 12 Full Quarts.t--------------------------- 8.50 12 Full Quarts----- -----J-Zf 13.50I

stage from Mogollona, Southwest So warden's attention by pretending to "It means that you Imprisoned an I F__

corro coming to Silver City ,has have become III John consented the innocent man, who at the time knew > .. \. 1T 1,

been again held up the driver killed scheme was successful, and the pris- not which way to turn to exonerate Glenn's Celebrated i4 aiendale's Celebrated' .,-*' "* ;' .
Otter, Thomas Nolan got away. Mrs. himself. He is now about to move s ;"
and $20.000 worth ot gold bullion '
;/ Nolan was very grateful to John and heaven and earth to prove that he was ,; STOCK 'CO ,
to en.r offered to assist him in an effort for used as a catspaw." The Wh"T tilt Hade os Famous EXPRESS r\'JD. ,. >, ..
Mogollona is 70 miles from the PAID
his escape. But John declined to do "Who used him?' '., 4FullQcartsAssorted.------4 ------.: .
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This stage was held up last week of guilt. member of the firm." 8 Full Quarts.,--------------------- ------ 6.0O 12 Full .:__ _.:." !'. .:.:.__'!.._ _--1: 0
12 Full Quarts....--------. -- _---___________ 9.00<' This whiskey has. Ito "equal
and three women passengers relieved One day John was released. On inquiry Huyser sent for Coulter, who ap- medicinal the ; Fif- quality;
whiskey on market frat
la the highest cJ.* pUle
r, of $450. Several posses took up the he learned that Coulter had peared pale and trembling. John told SO cents quart. '. ..! -, .. i *cfr /.j

trail of the robbers. made good the mOnt y the assistantwas the story of how Coulter had assisted ., f JA.... 4'. .

Accordiag to later reports, the robbers charged with tn\'tlitolpn and him la his trial balance and how he ; '

seotred twenty bars of gold valued had been admitted MS a member of doubtless cooked it up to serve his \ lIdale'sFamoua r

at $18,000 and belonging to the the firm. It was nt big request that own purposes. Coulter, knowing that A- E KING RYE. Glendale_ .M&ir. /, .

Srnsteln: Mining Company and the Sot John had b....n released. The boy the'pending suit would reveal his peculations > ; '.. EXPRESS .i.
md EXPRESS PAID.r.; }.. ..
corro Mining Company.A found his mother In a pitiful condition. broke down and confessed. you ... ".
t.,... .
,a later dispatch from Mogollons And. worst of nil. after the charge that Soon after John's arrest some speculative 4:Full On --------------------------$4.00 4 FuU Quarts____ .-- ---4 :.$3.00;
had been brought against him there Investments Coulter bad made 8 Full -- ------ ------------- 7.75 8FuUQu"j:__ 5-73
atates that eight ban of bullion were 12 Fall ---.-----------.---- 1.00' la.Full Quarts .* -v" .
was little hope ot lies procuring a posi had turned from to flood tide and --------- ----- -- "t -----
Mounted police have wired .. J -
-that recovered they are op the trail pt the rob don During the evening Mrs. Nolan given him considerable' funds. He ..U'ltJel10:that 7ornU :ed to Pe'y--|1 M a of quart brands f or.of Bye 'i.' .'v :/. Itb jrorj. mature and Sow.r-
who had heard of his release, came tosee then-generously, It was supposed '.
bers. Jose Dominguep'tJae1ri'tr; was '.' --
him. offered to make tip the deficiency on :
shot deid and throw} otatf tafo tie she condition that John was not prose, We have een in business 25 years seWn direct to the consumer, guaran ,saasfactidL OTyonr; money fa returned,
1 am an bqneat woman, said
banHU. 'ni..tti dr terms are ttrickly Cash. Money or order must beent with order
read byktlw e wu request. express )your Our lets
cuted. The firm, being in need of comp man
"but I am to confess that ; be '
robbad. Who sorry my order oa tadogv will sent on request. All orders shipped same day writes wodred. Lenl. OtAta yon Oa.r'
then drr n offjand husband is not an honest man* At at,they same ,time admitted-bio, ]#I sending uyn order
IYd :
hall haUl by
the stags wal a i"COt" bMD.-IaoDeI,th01llk' aa a member. "[; -

'', .overdue br' 1.a bet.upo An arrangement Vrai bite by whfci( :

house, whoctarted '._ .,." W .. ..'.. John, tidrewllft'; $. Coulter; r'ae THE NDALDQ0VIBAN( j
'' 'roo- secured': your our put out of die.firm..ano>'Jobawas.taken !I 'JAC: ;$Orf'USi FLA ..rtae ftoiat of JaSfflgWajatt ti CffAtV '! +.\TErm
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(iiEtMAN.l i Rag I- ;wr onp hear round from flf Davidagain.L."was gayety: but np {4. The sands Many of Use the sea of Sand.are luguJnly UNIVERSITY, OF FLORIDA FLORIDA STAlE (GAIt; fiE, FOR WU1E. -

: after we had 'returned tie' STIMSON- useful. They are of primary Importance GAINESVILLE i j I I TALLAHASSEE

dty:that Cyril disapp l _,_ my* In glassmaking. They have an A Superior But Inexpensive Insttuoi: :,j-<- of Arts and Kci-r.!*s. Konaa &cho'(.

+ mer- time friends by proving CONOVERBy important place in warfare as n bank tion for Florida Young Men. s-!....., Of..fa...ii-. -hiKl of 1rt, .:haul tf Ix-

A It Was aEnable" 'ui 9 E Pisade-0That his'part fit Iraq!' ours had not IJtOfa.-\\: of sand twenty inches thick I? proof II\Four!.. iimvi college.,,, 4,!'exp 1111o.t" ..rtrev! .um., S..-."Ol ,.t HsOJf'.OIJUiCH. Flex t- _

Idle fllrtntii.ii. fur h* k\'Ihu: wo :.. against modern rifle shots. The electrical .)0'1"ot I.T. iiirn .....pi.fli ...r.r //4w. <11\"'nienr thrt>ugh< Pb1 6 Decide. old MARTHA V MONROE "r.; x.ur. At'/a-'UV* 1,,-c..*!;:- n. ,- .. verin.v. |Y>V Ir.f jnnauon..:- ,
qufsuou .mi . properties "t7 v$" A. A. Murphrce. .::.t'foI.. ..(I..dd Conrad Yet,idcn'.
-a It the beauty tit his language.He ; Copyright. 1910 bj- American Press has (Kisitire electricity, although a rod I

t had driven me about in his'e J ( Association. of silica the chief constituent of --- '- I -

ByCopyrteht BROGAN. the as 1 shopped une ;glorious morns_ negative.The .

'( ertca.n Press.Acso- and:we stopped to dine at a res tau ran, Lone night a man was brought before singular drying effect which occurs Atr

,,' n.J fin:the ninth floor of a great department sergeant at the desk In a police: when a stretch of wet sand Is'

1 !ball rget that earn per. "store building.It ; rt charged with burglary. pressed by the foot is due entirely to $

the most C. season ,of ,my' )llfe.yentyflve was whj ro we had settled o id.se1Pe' Hello. Stimson," said the sergeant an alteration In the piling of the sand ANT'ED .. -

.Pl!vid Wa -.. '1' tell'andstraight ,. in ayrtk-luded, corner that ;,, bu turned up again? I haven't seen grains. Normally the grains are close W .

as'anjirtQw, cool of'disposition roving eyes!''fell upon David ne b ou for so long that 1 thought you'd together but abnormal piling I Is! I

nevej flustered while I was not evidently finished his meal and reformed." brought about by pressure of the foot .f)

only fall.'.of whims at impulsive and leaning back wearily. [ 'I'm not Stimson," replied the man. the space between the edges of the \ i t

never certain o f doing the right thing Hpw.' white and thin he 't&ketU-' ; who was dressed In working costume grains being; enlarged aud the water $ Young men and 3 oung women of Starve and vicinity '

w' Working. steadily all summer j th tit "a .id I've never been here before" drained away. If the pressure of the to Know the adt isability < f :h iring a Panic $

.. the right fI resttor recreation hadVbeen -'ted, bard 'rake him In." foot Is continued the sand becomes Account. It is not so uiach at oce ear+ IIf' .

I n hlnr. tnce I was a little on,,11lm. IP ,The, next morning the case came wetter than the partial vacuum what he that
4- up ever eaves provides a fa urt> co..", ,,,."; ,
a always looked up to him The,pianist began to play something before the court There bad bjjcn a quickly bringing water from the surrounding S ,

t Q. too far above such a weird_and sad. and the vlolli joined burglary in Ben Warfield's store. War- sand. An
account at this back will mate it easier
chit as 1>. OyrfT M arston I did,tY not J in .Bobbingly._ i looked down upon my field had entered his place of business: ID quicksand the moving character gave and it doesn't COST; to
you a cent. Money fie
.:; eet; till that eventful summer, but as corsage boqnet of white violets tied With a light and cornered a man roli- is thought to be due to the imprison $ ,

/ aahj ag'. me It was plain that wttb}$lken cord and resent ent rose bang his cash drawer. The robber ment between the grains of gases from posited being subject to withdrawal at any time. .
with ID'" knocked him down and The storekeeper Deposit slips check and pass books are famished
1 had made impression.. me at the tboug ihat with ran. organic matter.-Chicago Tribune.Caught.

My uncle-my dear uncle who loved all this, unceasing labor |DaVld could ... got up, followed, called a policeman free of charge. .. "

not hope to buy the violets .which and together they made chase. .
me as his own child-was with me.
or, rather I was under his care and I Cyril bestowed so lavishly' Warfield In court testified that while in A shopwalker in a large business. Come in and talk with ns about this plan tot $
Then, above the bum pursuit of the fugitive 'be bad turned YOUR financial
be knowing or conversation noted for his severity to the assistants building success. '
knew was watching me.
Sjsren above{ the crash of'the mu- end walked toward them. Undoubtedly under him. one day stepped up to a
bad bow.
that I two strings to ,1
my sic. IJbecame conscious of an air of knowing he would be captured, behoped from which i
tried to of him which his counter a ladylike person '
get out was
choice but he would not tell me. I subdued! excitement. Tfea' .little,- ,'waitresses 'arfleld to go bad by them unrecognized. But had just left unserved. BANK OF STARKE .
got a good look at him
about :
known that he:;: : olte and "Yon let that lady leave without f
have rinse
preferredto his store by the he carried and
'facei i1tt fM. ; light !
frightened be asked STARKE
leave It to me to choose instinctively djquletly: making any purchase angrily FLA.
him .
ew at once. The rest of the
together then eft iffoli.the room."WhAtis .
better .hjKSP of the meek looking young man
the man.
t ? rll:. and Evidence against the prisoner was furnished E. S. MATTHEWS L. C. RAY \
responsible for the handkerchief department ,;,
uncle bade I stoodon
My me goodby as
be"went.tti' by a picture In the rogues' gallery PRESIDENT !
sales. CASHIER
the steps of the summer hoteL of
which F
though It not fl:1ting
'n- : was n N
"Have a good time, Polly, be said at u"ea irom'the'aoorwat "Yes. sir. I"- DIRECTORS: :
"" likeness, was near enough like "
; g,"I he "And she was at your counter fully'ten E. S. Matthews
parting "and may the best man win. said ',. with Warfield's evidence to C. Livingston l $
laughed but face flushed n "getoUt minutes?" A. M. Darby John
my hotly :" A r } rv him. Uglow !, .. .....
and when uncle had gone I sat there The prisoner claimed that he was "Doubtless: but then yon see"- A. H. FreemauO. .
But a rb -e. "Exactly. I saw that In spite of all ;
the veranda
upon thinking things over. fo-H John Conover. a workman In a foun- ,
ratorsrounded, \,{ r. the questions she put to you. you rarely $
Ton see David bad been asking me to ;r- .' dry. Ills employer's superintendentwas
him both in and of season answered her and never attemptedto
marry out called to the stand and testified
1 ,. gling recV what she wanted."
.for a long time but why hurry to decide that the man. under the name of Con- get "
doors: clerks nr th row "Well but"-
so important a question., for DaTid .\ .
: 'W t over had gone to work for the concern ,
: stairway.disonj; t. "You need not make excuse. I
pro- any
would always be waiting patient'and I a week before, claiming that he had
faithful,.immovable a$.the sphinx. YaJled.i Y I not been employed for some months. shall report you for carelessness.
So this i Then J.i saw David's tall figure:;! He "Well I hadn't what she wanted?'
through one -long summer That was all the witness knew about
7 vacation at least I determined to thinkno ba&s been Speaking jo ono !he and'' "What was that?" }

of the ofmarrying agers. Now 'his?,voice,tang"out him.Being "Five shillings. She was canvassing t
more vexing question : an old offender. Stimson was
17. eonvtne1nglr .,"_ 1 for subscriptions!' to an encyclope-
or giving In marriage and 1YollrMo11eyj
sent to the penitentiary for seven .
+ "
Marsden "There ts: rib cause to be aJaree then Cyril appeared on the years. Before be started his wife cameto
....*> he'"said.: ,*A slight fire in th xron :
scene .l4. s.It see him, acting hysterically and de-
part Qt tire building will soon be unde An
was very gratifying, most ad : claring that she and her children were
,' mil to be the one chosen'.ntfdYe; al _control;. The ,o'nj fcreat danger to tit starving. This only confirmed the nr- When visitors came, Bobby was

others greatly admired. averted: at this:::time'Is a panic. Tb,' often turned out of his room and Into
by a man so diet, though It excited sympathy. No I
elevators can essay ev)ry onhet'elfo I the for night or two. lie did :
carry garret a
and we were soon Jolly gooasjofljpan ; one ever heard of Stimson having bad If You Are Not Satisfied and I.
,, safety tn"a short tlm coolness not object to this /but he felt that It i I
a wife and family. But the case was ,
and obedience'are all that Is required. endangered certain cherished '
..' decided and there Is too much work posses Your Trial Doesn't Cost .I
.-. 'ft a *V. j sions. When his uncle the clergyman ; a Cent. i..
before the courts except In the cases: : of
tEL. Ea' .fle Vent about"quickly. and wlux the. those who have money to pay lawyers arrived unexpectedly one night
aldvfmen/tvbo/ followed b( transferred tu'hl<& garret
Bobby was :
; ; indirections little
and costs for a matter like thatto ti
long(1.!e.e8'were formed read tug fo the ,!! attract even atteutio?!. quarters in haste and with small ceremony i I

dpors. pf the elevators, whlcjh worked I Iwtftljras One night three yeajf-s Inter a man I lull iif.lf, -U d to take any precautions The same goods orI ,
the orderly rows f.t people l I to ;:uud his treasures.
was brought Into the same sergeant as :
Crt oved'slowlyy forward paJIently'i |I "1 have to thank: the tl.ougbrfu! person .
had received Stimson. whereupon ,tbesergeant ..
Baited; 'thelrturn. ; who pl-tntl a slass: of water on the less .
II" who wasSjt facetious man ,
ere was nd'eo and wi save I said: J j i j: table! uesir roe id last night" said the money. S

'syolce'encouragln;., s .I II "Hello. Stimsou: F You here again? I I i i clprgyna{ ItaUl'Xt morning "1 .
fpd .clutched I Ie I I awokf m the niclit: and found It
my arm flancally.| foi I re-
haven't that
seen you so long I Prompt service and .
will he excl imed. i fre hin:- DlO.t retiesluuj ." I
Ii ; be cxt. thoujbt: you'd reformed." .. i I i ;; ,
n r L ke a rush ''for'it" \,| "I'm not Stimson. My name's Con- \I i I "( Ill:" said BI'I.tJ.III! a tone of sorrow 1
i i
c.. PoHX," he and repioacti. "Y Oil'drlnktd -
David kpproached: u over." i l'I! polite attention. |
ref';, gentb'\"' am glad you i: "Well. I like that. I'd know that i I I I up c1:: lilt a II"\\' ' ull"- ..

the 1 I i Cut here p.oiiSy's: revelation was suppressed -
I t1 t1.F t F door" mug of yours among a thousand. .
'\ -o-more,**.. called the Ws. evator i iman" Were got you In the all<'ry. But. by Ills luotLer.: -Youth's Com-. ..- ,

-il. bum d me fOr.\:1 Wehad what did you say about being"I paulon. :
i cn tteci "ben.11 aw a "Conover V" I

: woman to,_ up sat), '.Cyril teseee: hlnglyj! ul"es-Cono\"er. It seems to me the 1 I I Who Got the Baby? Mitchell the Man

and then jl jlpolntment 'tep back in sudilen dl ap- name's familiar. Now 1 remember all :j I Once upon a time a crocodile stole a Drug
had'a little It and about to make dinner
: She %''df about it. The last time you came inhere baby was a i ,
of It. The frantic mother
her arms : begged; so
you tried the racket of mistaken

Then It happenE'd"erJ qui dY7 : identity: said your name was Couover. piteously for the child that the crocodile Starke Florida

the womanwiad U 1' place in tb But hold on."ou were sent up for said: V '

vator, the i n door clanged shu.m\ d seven years. You couldn't get out this i "Tell me one truth and you shall if.

t I i I stood co hlng'X'a little wit! early on good behavior When dId! you have your baby again." :: ,
I The mother replied, "You will not
I smoke and tiling np at David. i break jail?" j

Ii "Oh. Poll. he said. sternly 'wby "Sergeant," said the prisoner changing ', give bin"(back to me." .:. .
,r "Then. said the crocodile "by our
did you do t t?" :' his tone, vl was clingin! to a -
And Islip d m1,' band throe his straw. and that remarkable memory ot agreement I shall! keep him for If you 00

arm and at ered,'gone:tly "1* d It. yours has broke it. Three years ago have told the truth 1 am not going to ; 1
give him back, and If It is lie I have '
David beca\ I could' not bear to. be,. you sent up an Innocent man who looked also won." Lands For Sale : I

outside while ou werevhere. Vnd I amgoing like me. and this time I was think.I :
But the mother said "If 1 told < :
wsi I you
with foil to the I :T claimlu"
to stay might possibly get: o by
THEN I SAW DAVID'S TALL F1OU E. face\ 1 I the truth you are hound by your pr D'I -' 1. Selected best grade Unimproved Tract acd F-trra Iat'd'1t j
I have read?In stones of hensJlluminatedJond to be him. But it won't woik. within
j one to four miles of Starkiu
I JOTB to *MJit. purt'lm-tr i'ut ,
) Ise. and if It is not the truth It will nut
Ions. be and I. always enjoying together I understOOd the fill I The sergeant looked at the man
I o a(Tfs up to 500 aces or'more. At acrnal oi-lhrir !
and t I i be a lie until you have given me my pm-eut vnfrsj, j
the little excursions meaning ogthe wordfas I looked < greatly puzzled. I child." and ou easy paymd'nrs. OwuM by uijsplf-no cmunnr-FkHifti. ; <.? ,

which the guests had planned. David naif'! iHe j "Did you do the burglary; Conover glH-cnbttions. Nobody to conttultXcppt m) filf anti the l'crchs4! ;

This beautiful greenling count 1 did pot' speak. but held me close was sent up forT' he asked. Who got the baby? :Fine opportunity for :young or old to baiid tip and own a Louie'sqd :

close to the bills wit r to' his side< as our lifesaver came flying'I "Yes. I done It They chased me, make the ensy payments oat of the soil. Low rate of interest ;dun

blue lake sparkling In the + or' again. The people" were growing and all of a sudden I heered 'em stop. No Sense of Proportion.The all deferred payments. If you want to own a home near a prosperous :
up who bad his town, come and see me, whether Lave
man mach
silvering In the mooaU&h ag tq/mea unruly now and pressed forwardroughly. 'he next day: 1 sor !in the trim news in young spent for first you or : '
money payment.
efforts for several without
new and enchantedjfl&fWhile; .the '" \i I I tie paper that a bloke as looked like years re 2. Residence lots in Starke, one to fonrblocko from '
sult in with dopot-j
dull and crowded cjJj ,r si lateJy left Suddenly David .lifted me |n hla: i ie was took. He's:' doin' my time now. studying art was talking 3. Beautiful summer resort lots fronting Kingaley Lake. : '
his who had C
l rehlnd, seemed bufa. emory, and I doori',closed again and. liyou wasn't on to It I'd 'a' tried to I practical uncle patiently ,

David with his rffive and kindly face. I arms the iron going down.IOWD I pre I was him. No credit to the way paid the hIlls. C. L. Peek, Starke, Fla. '
I was "
of the memory this time I that 1 didn't. "Of course said the young artist "I I
things .
had grown to jygajBJLrt to safety yot-cops ;
I I with the fortunate ones 1 You floured I know 1 haven't made much of a go of
out Into the fresh all memory me. -
As we came !{ ; Th. | it, but 1 don't think you ought to advise -
"May JlRfBJjni| ; "win. my uncle beyond the t i real 5tiin"on went up and In
< '1 and were led to a-place | to something else. You '. :
time me try
bad sj g "' man. I repeated cheer went up fron:I 'c real Conover came down. One ----------- -- -- .- -
-1 I| protecting rope a night and 1 know It's best to put all your eggs in \
wonapngly. tbehl'lookfng; up. saw Da smoke e walked into the station
vjdjjfmiwlf standing before me. j the crowd and I theY raised windows my of th;'I stood (Ifore the sergeant lIe was notrecopll : one basket and watch that basket. HE 9 r

.4 I exclaimed, and my tone, I! smarting eyes to ".little tongues oJ f \ Mnddened by his impris- I "Cm! That may be. Charlie: but 4

? consternation, for Cyril[ i ninth story, where, I onment \p an offense he bad not comp did you p"prtblnk how foolish It Is to '

.only I flame leaped and curled. milted, thrived of the to work put so mauy baskets around one bantam -
thai t power
in his motorboat knowlnj

I -_ peering- *ice noon me the to a launch yacht club race! -colon why,,. I that Sick David with would burning fear I bevtbelast floor.waited:From persoi timed J for tempted his we tr.'cal'e's and Children caught, he and had bad ate ('g;; A Buggy for E Everybody ;

the I
to leave been treat With guuLstial severity.No Applied History.
and it seem
,t In Jl |rcf the occasion- .sounded as th considerate of, David to thus s to time faint cheers: bur wonder te sergeant; didn't know I First .Professor-My dear colleague. T I

elevators unloaded their. precious him. He had ged in appearance twenty I'm a little puzzled. When did the \
-A ode of announce
without .
a line with wild and glaring g *V 'I .
a .
i A | dens. then years. first Peloponn'eslan war begin? Second J 1Ve
burst forth unre*I- ,
light the flames |! "Who are yoy ask. |be sergeant I Professor-B. C. 431. First Professor \
ev, a tq red f quietly, "It iso : strained. Tremblingly, I covered m;y "John Cocovq- -Quite right quite right That are prepared to buggies for eh--$ ( '

nasty: pleased- to see me | face, but soon a mighty resoundini* ;"" Used as he w. to" thj? hard side of is the number of my doctor's telephone eryhody in Bradford and adjoining counties at the L I
com_ 1 cheer seemed to shake the earth.vole\ life the sergeant and. I was to call him up and tell reasonable i'
known that yon were EIJ most prices. i I
called a triumphant! 'I i Are you S4j-e rtt '
"I would d out safely not Stimson? him my wife is slck.-Excban .
-twered, flippantly, about were tellln J g'! "1 bad noting :.
and the people all t your
abrass"band.4ir AIfTa We have received and
?-. -, ,-, yon with excitedly of the presence: of mind an
ifsN tem. "Yes,'! the bravery of the man who p'even fed m looking like\ jaiidrd.! Bear your own misfortunes with half carload and others are on the way 1 1 1t ;
face grew very i to s$ ,
: 1 came jUt while| rve been
that bear other
It ; A ran ic. the resignation you
qnestioningly. "as isr t' '"Who Is be?" asked"a young' ma:n'In jail my two \\t\e\ I '|q'e died for people's and you will be happy. It is The demand for the famous Tison & Jones

t ; ave made another engagemen who stood near with notebook. and j 1' want of properhttejHonjl jjy wife so to tell other people bow to be
easy has been that
fin.. S, afternoon I inlsbedy dl In hand. ./lAnd still\ live if tLj u pg not so yOU heroic and so difficult to be courageous buggy so heavy none of them could,

Davld\studied tie reprovingly; I beard myself answering Dill l n would go1 after mlphjig fc" t ourselves. be secured, but we are now ready to supply I t
-Then."']pplly." be said slowly, -I w ] almost unconsciously, .<"He '.Is l The man walk* outAttid the ser I :

t[ toot! stayed Interrnptyonr plans" proudly.David Gray." I said "the man J a in geant wiped the sVatjJ&m h1.q- brow, A Slight Change. customers with these favorites. i

)* Els glan&jollowed mine down th e going to marry." Then I turned 1;0 with bI-!! coat cuff. e lnew byjCon- Slight changes sometimes make a i .\

roadway/ e, ,Civil_ Marsden cam 0 find David's eyw looking; into mine. I over's look that Q AVfijfe stood bed great difference. "Dinner for nothing,"

Swinging sjo very handsom e "Come. Polls" he said softly an, tween ,him. and dearjj/J j..N would be agreeable, for Instance; not

to his yadbtinI1 sto.' j drew mp a\SSF- As we walke>d r walked Intoip so "Nothing for dinner." '

David barely, Wled g tt k 1 hastily 06WIT'S: "otileV; ..w street I looked t WarfiWs store. v>'fipj4 bearing a J J. %W.%T1 ANDREWS & SON ::1"
; behind him
!;}'iroduction as fpLbnt th c!Oh: into.his! dear grimy face with Its tirs fd footstep heard of his mistake rned'; was He broody bad- His Wish. bin ,
Cyril was > Tom-I wish this ten dollar wasa

"wf' ever, and :iinf 11nD. d." I asked reproachfully "wt Ing upon it at the tin otherwise be ten dollar debt Dick Heavens! ;

David to accot-, >t ,-', ,- ourIl I- did- -you not let me stay with you ip would not have knowthis ghost Of Why Tom-I'd never get rid of it- Starke Florida .. ;
which' wa LS Conon.r.tb' .
ace Invitation ? Cleveland Leader. ,
M trip-an until the last '
A' Curtly refused. ,,-.--' .there"Because. Polly." he answered wi A few minutes the floor later In'clerk foundto L Stables Next Door to County Court Ho : ..

Qoodby, Polly David salaJJ a happy boyish laugh.! "1 wanted you Warfield on ?t. Vo one: We are sure to get the better of fortune I st.:
a with him. and be n
Y. Jf ,tolce, T think that I A stay wth| me down here until the last t d.:. was had been with him. told] who if we do but grapple with her.Seueca. .-

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'. 4 J. H. Blair, of Bakes, was among the Senator A. Z. Adkinrs was the guest '
visitors in Starke Monday.J. friends Ocala Sunday', and was rhoP ,, Mrs Irma

impressed with the progress'by O1 and Ira TownsI4. me

ilii G. Ritch, one*of Raiford's leading "Brick City" in the past few yedrs., tit ie from Lake $at etrCYed,
$& Bits QInfor f Local citizens, was transacting business iiJ and'returned home '
Our clearance sale will lad. ,
Starke large
w r.
? Sr While 3Irs. a '
n .' _\r ty.- ltitC it is a '
Jt I.- J" >1 Lowney's chocolates and bon bon til August 20th. All goods going ajj ofJlr. If. T. Hitch and the other '''fast t er
ination ILib. duced pnces while sale is on. JJ quest cmed sic
r : ff&bfrom the factory at Bryan's. members, ,of 'tne parry wefe/jjjieaai o; 'ttianany' It's
(\ Jones Mercantile Co., Raiford. ,
edge and Mrs T J. Dekle.- >i > trstrenaedyCramps. ,
. C-1..htI-.,. PHpI.. 1J.m..... mnf Rev. E. J. Gates, pastor of the Methodist Mr. Edward N. Alexander, of Jai tr

PNlru6 he ..c...." anal T....... church, is spending a vacatiocFwitlhis I sonville, stenographer for Chase < ,. There, are many old fiel$3atoand .
f parents at Manatee. was a guest at die home of Mr. and Sfeike grown up in pine sapUa0vwIi

! LhL Mrs. J. E. Futch has returned home,. W. H. Pinholster, of Brooker', pear trees ,are battling for eiSfenchmong '*r
the pine. Every, 'oca ofhnsetees J 4
Mott and Willie Wainright visited after with Mrs. B. F. Thursday until Sunday.
.. There are no dull days at Leviton's. B. J. a delightful stay nave borne fruit,%$ fcesJittaucIas

friends in the Water Oak section Sunday .. Smith at Daytona. Through the drawhead being pf ti: them ; !!' ....
J. T. ii he drop off the nogsjack "
;. Mr. and Mr Quigley were pears ..
and attended services at Heilbrom out of a box car two cars were der etj .
Full line of chocolates and tike
Hampton Sunday with relatives.An Lowney's upThere is no other fruit probablA l .;:
fine time. sidetrack an Earlr.1fV14en ;
church. They report a
Tuesday night when entering a ,
bon bons at Bryan's.Misses that is able, to live nude any i cbster
infant child of Mr. and Mrs.. Jacob t opposife Judge Wills' resi4flee Dahl, w s e.
Local freights Nos. 1 and 2 had a co- untoward circumstances as t$
F 4.i ::,. t Ward, of Brooker, died last Saturday. lision night at Waldo, in which Mary Sapp, Beulah Crosby and But little damage was done to theYcars aL81at1s youy'' r r.olher baQ'ta1-s
,. B. D. p gjyeo I. eyrstart
Maud Messrs
Sapp and Kelly and and the track.J. f.1
: E in the world and several + I
+ ':.:j The E. C. Burt shoe, best consolidation engine 446 cars someand waiv
Robert Cone enjoyed the day at Kings Jude J. Wills received to gram 't _
A Leviton's. were damaged. Hampton Jones returned :ome "
lake last 'fbi'y1 got
; ley Sunday. Thursday m9rning annonncioglib death : ;.
+ DeWitt O. Jones spent Sunday ii To chicken cholera use our from Asheville, N. O., Tuesday. Mrs.: Sell .r.
.v.. prevent ; Dan
. : .. of hWsisiar, Mrs. W..T. Hblapr worth,
. J. S. Brown has shown his faith in Jones there
and Miss
Bessie will remain
: 'Jacksonville with relatives. poultry powders, 15 cents a package. 1i& !; 'what aid
I 5 which occurred at 4 o'clock:-ijsaaie' dtt, the : Jelu :
, ,: Starke and his intention of becoming a some time longer. Friends will b.- I,. ; _, ...
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. a! ,.,.: Col. C. L. Peek is having his house Starke Drug permanent citizen here by purchasing pleased to know that Mrs. Jones' healthis the family homal Y SP.ent"lt.tI y thedity c "

"- "a. ", .vpainted.' Joseph Genoese, a competent baker the Gornto residence. This property il improving. eite, Ab. .Mrs. HoUingBVor pu 60 : .

: from Jacksonville, now assists J. O. the of Walnut and Pratt! pears oragp and fa the Pint11e? of atamlly ; :
red maline bow on corner .
.V The popular red belt, "4nd about you? What .
\ Lilliebridge, the gardener ha '
Turner toothsome bread and ; of even brother .
in )
Windsor tie at Lanes. streets and is one of the best In the city yea do'wltb 1oprmDne.r
and red thetset
. been wrestling with hand Iiia
a sore an Lafayette
Judge W left for hpiiday "
< cakes. Mr. Brown will take possession soon. : tha'yonnger brother. .';
A. J. Hendry, Esq., of Lake City, badlegal scythe has been conspicious by its afternoon attend! the f i :. loaned "
4 The high water in the Alligator has !J:"Can. .waa the reply;
Meanwhile the
busines in Starke Tuesday.J. sence. grass has n .
.,' and the eastern end of Call I janthin* Cloth,4j; Jf i 'A'
subsided growing and the lawn mower baa e ;< 'Feline, etoera tsr6lamese'1 t

. \ J. C. Carter has had the front of his street can again be located without the Back From Purchasing ed in service again. ,, -e; i ?rfety of Ott"iiioai, foe issti I J.*_ : *aaiit:t i;b. .the. .c'' .

tore painted. aid of a pole.Florfda evand: erpendii'e.of.alf QUo. ,
The Starke Bradford County Bot; g be a; of ;thlgtQ t tE red the : aS.Jt".
lacer ; royal cal )
Have seen the penny a yard schools for Florida teachers. -
you Works continue to turn out all kin of! r bred ''
ap theta.ojiJ
r at Leviton's. Let me find you one for the coming Trip carbonated beverages. Perfect cle nli-I jo a jbeea I fki
t., Fla. :, >7g.ot Slam,4It'le'astatook .
\' s L. H. Hill, of Lawtey, was a visitor tot term. Herbert A. Speir, 7-l-9t ness is observed and none but pu:retiDil; ,'< >t etrrlotuly like; a &

1.- Starke Wednesday._ gradients used. Ask for M. L. e' "dacd .Brit ; fang:dog'eolgr. and !irt..i

Miss Eva Prescott spent last week with Mallory Sparkman, a former Starke I am pleased to goods at the cold drink stands. JOImE' t "fired land aUfcy-raore::Uke a J Ja flAti. .

boy, now an engineer of the Seaboard, eatt''s.It has black '
... her sister, Mrs. J. W. Edwards. I D;. N. W. Francis was at : paws alt.
was renewing acquaintances here Tues- and 4, twlrttn tea'taD. / ].-
'" J: : ',' Davis' famous paints are sold by Quig- : announce tom y Sunday to perform an operation nposMrs. -. 't '
1't?: y 8-Wt Lonnie Canova. Mrs. Canova gave Moth.! c.... 'i 'Chlckan*,*
\'!'''',' .";"$,.:/ ley. C. B. Peeler, of Jacksonville, customers and the birth to a daughter on July 28th and the : "Jfbther- Carey'a nlckens7tl ..;.. -.

iF. '. .((;f. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Futch have spent! spent Sunday here with relatives Aft- event was followed by serious illness. s er, 'Y f ,cal mime: for stormy petrels,'U1 ...

;, ,,' : .[.;ro:. the week at Kingsley lake with the Sis- er her return home she went to Asheville general public thatI She is now improving. weofpoted >birds which eaUOCSt I

':;..':; '&";.'r., trunks N. C. ,'with Jlsuch awe. When..i-*atotmminentthey '

f'"''': '; Bessant left Wednesday have just returned Dice and a' gtatl ; collect-4nd : the
Mia :Minnie To make room for fall stock I am selling ; a' Plfy ,
'z:: <:J for Biltimore and New York to perfect Here ifi oral io Jlt and superstltJ"oua'Sla
all clothing at cost. a jo
i from ou ber ybtff wn. 'Hefe tey-'follow vessels Vita: "
milliner. a purchasingtrip
:, as a chance for some rare bargains. M. er er's Prices '
ester sad
; tetlo. of picking ..uR' :tae 'j" ...
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6 or 6 doses of 666" will cure any Leviton, Starke.
..f to New York 'w.saUors, ,. .'. .. ancarrytnt: ,
case of chills and fever. Price 25c. Gainesville;representing be""
, : Mr. Salmon, of ,. '. .. v+
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Mrs. A.H. Freeman spent Wednesday the Southern Stated Life InsuranceCo. and Baltimore. I' On Fancy Groceries: ,. ,.' '.. ;ok'oi-tit ...J:.:- .'j ,
: 4 at Saxton, the guest of Mrs. H. G. Rem- ., has been interviewing our citizens

I bert. this week. bought heavily for
Kerosene Oil, 13 cents per gal- .; ,T' h 0
Walter Wills, of Tampa, came up Leonard White, many years a residentof .a

Wednesday morning for a visit with Temples mill, but now of Delray, the fall and winter lon. '. '"
Chicken Feed, $2 30. ..
lelatives. Dade county, is visiting friends around \. ..
Starke this week.I busines i s and 1 White Meat 1 -?ent8 per pound. ..
Valenciennes lace, the 5-cent and lOc No. 1 Timothy Hay, $1.60 per

goods, pnly 1 cent a yard at Leviton's. am agent for the Valdosta buggy, bought at ,prjces so. hundred ppnnUsT

.. .' Hoover have built in Valdosta. When you buy a Corn, gSdSfSl. O per sack.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
,\,." r r been spending the week at Kingsley buggy why not buy the best you can get I can afford to'"offer Oats,,gooi .:f1-9.> per sack.
t for your money. Inquire at Kickliter'sstore. Broken Rice;; 28 pounds, $1.00. i +

1 lake. J. Hamp. Jones. unusual bargains to Best Jap gcse Rice, 25 pounds, & : I

+ Mrs. J. T. Wills returned Wednesday fl.OO. |MTomatoesTVlb.> ,ti
j Miss Ethel Sternburg spent the latter a
j feom a visit to Waldo with Mr. and Mrs.J. part of last week with: Mrs. McCook, of the people of this (; cans, 3 for 25 i; c:1ii: :

T. Wills, Jr. Gainesville and Sunday she was the cents. &. '
I section. In fact I Toiftatoes, lb. cans, 3 for 21 ..LIp
.. New line of oak mantles received at guest of Mrs. Porter, of Waldo. cents. \ t

Qaigley's. 8-5-4t I The Dowling brothers have found it F'ouf '
be in DeSoto : guaranteed from 1 i
am going to T y
The acidulous but not seedless pome- I necessary to add yet another steam boiler the mills. N

'. is blushing on its bush and rea- to their mill plant. This makes the I
grauate make
r position to the White Shorts, $1.S5 per sack.
sixth boiler and all of large capacity.For Grades
dy to be eaten. .
I '';' Beet Pulp, $L7a;:) per sack of 100

I :-. Miss Adele Burney has returned to her pure drugs, right prices and fair closest prices ever pounds. I h t p::.

home, Brunswick, Ga., after a visit with treatment, come to the Starke Drug Come to my store near the depot t!

I i Mrs. Hal Dowling. I Co. Your patronage will be appre known in Starke. and inspect my goods. Call I S Terms Casteli .

ii i ciated. Phone No. 18. : .
i Note N. B. Hall's new ad. It may The goods will begin .n ,(
Dr. L. W. Deuham and Mr. W. D. _
, pay you to do so. 7-12-2t All goods delivered free in town. ,. : I
I Lewis and families have moved to the I I _
i A daughter was born to Mr. aud Mrs. Langford residence on North Walnut to arrive in a Nairtt

J. E. Norman the 9th inst., and they are Son
L vacated W. B.
I street, recently by : r ,
t. now the proud parents of ten children. few days and I cor- JoeCarterStarke i, \ .
1 Rev. H. O. Chambers, of Jacksonville, .
qr .. Mrs.!! Dr. J. M. Jones, formerly of will preach at'the Methodist church Sun dially invite the inspection : / !

Starke, now of Interlachen, was a guest day morning and evening instead of t tI Phone 21.ttr

: tr .' t of Mrs. Emma Richard during tne week. Rev. N. H. Williams as announced last of every- Ha L5 -

:r .1 Ladies mens' and childrens Oxfords togo Sunday. .
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; at 25 cent off of regular prices atLevitoiTs.
;. per All the summer goods in our dry ,
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. : ) Miss Merla Chapman, of Jacksonville, cost. We must have room for fall stock LEVITON.

; has been visitii-2 Mrs. J. F. Kickliter now in transit. M. Leviton, Starke.
i this week. Mrs. P. E. Johns, of Hampton, and T. W. SWEAT ;
N. B0
;.... Miss Louie-Belle Brown, of Lawtey, Misses Rhoda Lagergren and Alma Dealer in :
Pent Sunday in Starke with Dr. and Sparkman left this morning for Jack-

{ Mr. T. D. Gunter. sonville and friends., where they will visit relatives i Hides, Furs Iud Skins .'.flufWMg.with ,

+ Qaigley's prices on all building materials d' 5 is..
Highest market price paid.
j, are worth investigating.' 8-5-4t Last Friday evening a crowd of young!

Large: quantities of scuppernong grapps people met at the home of Miss: Ona Starke, Florida. ;

.; have been shipped from Starke this Edwards. The evening was delightfully ;UPMA N S .Pre=Shrunk $rtli 'rigt r
playing was
spent games. ren
'/ dered by Miss Ruth Wainright. > th list for the pnce'asked nuke '
Clark & Fielding ni.
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M. Leviton returned Sunday from
:. extended visit'to Baltimore, Washing an Now is the time to feed stock powders. Lawyers. -i. :fir otthe strongest of its kind inthe c"r'P

. Try our own condition powders, one r 7
ton and New York. 1'1 t'4 r
I Practice in all Courts, State and Federal
pound package 15 cents, three pound
Anything need in lumber, mould- rw essNil .i up t r7. }
.S you package 40 cents. Starke Drug Co. Offices over Gainesville National Bank .t I; :
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.I ings, shingles, sash, doors, blinds, etc., Gainesville, Fla. *- I* J TT. 1Jfxsuil \

.' can be had'at Quigley's. t 8-5-4t Mrs. F. A. Scott and little daughter, that $20 and $30. .ilyouldrt'l dup l

:.;' Doris, have been to Citra, '\"isitinglrs..
Miss Alice Strickland, of\Waldo, spent made f o order. AbiglineoK, uf i''
J. R. Williams and to Orlanda, visitingMrs. ; |
J Monday and Tuesday ,with he .friend,, &*vsvi
.. and Wmter '
J. W. Jackson. They arc expected One Cent a Word% -v-VV-? Suits will soon '

Miss Ethel Sternberg. home tomorrow.Dr. :Il y 5x(3vIV inspection Before '{ x't'4
: 'yoq J' ,
k Miss Almena Leirner and :Master Hen } .p
W. H. Russell, of Fernandina, + ,, ; MenWanci' ':. Boys' ii '
left for
ry.Edwards Tuesday a sojourn '
formerly principal of the Starke High; FOR SALE-Klondyke strawberryplants .5
i ;; of three weeks at Hendersonville, N. C. School, was here on business Tuesday.The grown by J. A. Howe. Applyto F !/ dren's"Rompers, thebestPu ;

; :' Ladies $1.50 shirt waists only f.8 cents I doctor has been elected to the chair R. D. Bower. Starke. 7-12-3t if i(, saves His clothltt r a n s

: at Leviton's. The best value ever offer of English at Southern College. FOR RENT-5-room cottage in Johns' .: siiif?' na

r I ed in Starke. addition. J. W. S-5; tf Ji 4
.. When you buy harness or anything in Morgan. te our Bar

:" Dr. Fred C. Sayles, of $ronson, stopped .. the harness line, why not go to Kickli

over in Starke Tuesday with Dr. ter's where you can get a good set of WANTED-To criminal, in Bradford sign every, except Rate its, Shoes,,): to > l ,at specia e

and Mrs T. D. Gunter, while on his waj. harness for $S.50 and everything else prices. act
i -\ S. low. J. R. Davis & Co., Starke, ;
k to New York, Syracuse and other pointfin I cheap. Fla. ,

the north. I
i W. G. Brooks received a telegram
, LOST-Monday morning in Starke or
; Monday announcing that his father, north of Starke man's black Xi s
just a "'""" "' "
i Deafness Cannot Be Cured ?e' "' ,
*" James of the Pro
;> Brooks idence section coat. Creigh Bros. Jacksonville, Fla.
i '' by local applications portion of the as ear.they There cannot Uoolyon r &ctt thediaeaeed ,! was very ill. Mr. Biooks left the same marked on collar. Please leave at Mr. *ch.' week. after thisy.we will give FREE to 'hers able. '' a

, ? way to cure deaf ness,and that Is by constitutional day to be at the bedside of his father. Geo. Livingston's store and receive '! ,- gift. Vtch'thls add"for '' ,. fN
< .... remedies Deafness la caused by an In *., -. reward. .
. flamed condition of the mucous lining of the: f '
r Eustachian Tube. When this tube Is Innnmed: J. T. Quigley i+ a ccllestor of curiosi LOST-One coat with black ,
"i ,bare.rambling:sound or imperfect hear gray stripe 4 Cr All dry goods have 6
you ties. Among many other Starke and Kingsley lake road. advanced, but we can a n
l ing,and when It Is entirely -08ed.Dvafness! ia interesting on 1'0l' ;socie IittSi
\. a, the remit,and nnleas the inflanrmatlon anal' objects he Ms frame I m his office a Return to this office and receive snit orders at a mach lower price than now, FTth gd'a 4plaQed early
taken oat and this tube restored to Its ao time 500 W sell fox r,
ble reward. only
..'. condition hearing will, be destroyed forever. large card on which is pasted old and a yards Best'Cheviots at lOc, real,value I2)) lna! 8d6i? A fi
:; ont of ten are caused by Catarrh ce holds good S pings at 5c.i .
: nine cases 0 only on present stock.
! which is nothing bat an inflamed condition of rare currency bills or what has passedfor FOR SALE 40 acres, 3 miles northwest :

ti the mncouB surfaces. 1 currency when money was net to be of Starke, good location 18 or 20
"E We will give One Hundred DoUar for any
# case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that xaia- had. a number of American postage acres cleared ready for plow and In the Road 5

f ;k ,- e1f'eulan not be cored by]Hall Catarrh Cure." Send.. _for.'-J.stamps ot rare issues and oreij n stamps. plenty of timber, no other improve Big Fall Line de goes-=

tF. CHENEY & CO., Toledo'-- ,0- '1 He .has also a valuable collection of ments. Address W.E. Davis, Starke, j' C { Ilk
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