Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
August 26, 1910
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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)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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f Hr. Peek (Glues Interesting Figures Woman Called to Her Reward ut'l Falls Into Sink and Passengers Aged and Highly Respite] Citizen Contributions Are Asked Fcr Lots i Intei est Is Manifested (In Enterprise /
Tuesday Uorotag. .
I ,Regarding! rile Enterprise.What 4 Narrowly Escape Death.Wednesday's I Passed A.'ay On the! 1 th. Worthy Purpose. Otf .
?AH( Sides.
Tuesday morning 23d f
August Mrs.
will it coat? Ask also what it J. M. Brownlee, Sr. Gainesville Daily Sun News comes of the sad death of Captain William H. Jewell, committee for There asamovemer.tPro!
i\ is costing as to do without it? What passed peacefully relates the following episode which M. A. Knight, which' took place at Florida of the Confederate Woman's never ; Eed'i
away, surrounded loved in Bradford
by ones and ctuttty that received so
losses this alone for want nearly cost the lives of two former
f our are season
friends. Mrs. Brownlee's illness ,, Middleburg August 18th. 'The deceased, has issued a circular letter to much frW
\ was I support the beginning as
of it? What Starke citizens >
they may be many seasons brief, as only last week the dreaded disease : while nearly 81 years old, had, besides, the Confederate associations of the state that of creating' a; drainage district of
to come? Dr''J. H. Colson and Thos. :
Attorney F
for 4
been afflicted with cardiac asking contributions for memorialto
years a
dCaiied c
paralysis invaded
-;,. With all this alluvial soil of Alligator her system and W. Fielding had an almost miraculous the territory by the Alligator t
the ,
its inroads could asthma, and one cancer on his reck and women of the Confederacy. The
,'. creek and its tributaries drained, thereby not be stemmed by human escape from serious injury on Monday I another on his face which destroyed the soldiers who fought in the war have been creek. Encouraging? news of support ..i

draining also for safe cultivation the power. night about 7:30 o'clock, when the doc- of commemorated with comes from all sfdcjs and next week no ,. .t
sight one eye.His
f Mrs. Brownlee I sufferings were numerous monuments -
belonged to an old acd doubt, petitions will be
; ousands acres of fertile lands adja- tor's auto was precipitated a "sink"
severe and for the three but the
aristocratic southern days preceding women who were left at
r it whence the water flows into said family. Before between Gainesville and Rocky Point. I: home the landowners, asking them to
his death to watch and
her she intense. pray and provide a
ek and ita.branches, we would have marriage was Mary C. Shotwell, Dr. Colson was en route to Rocky sign their nam s < to a request to the
and was born August 27 1827 in The deceased was born in Lowndes1 living their families, constantly exposed t '
Huntsville Point county commis&ojien to establish a
sVofthe most attractive and profitlacing to see a patient, and owing to the '
county, Georgia, and early1 to danger and offten
Ala. She married on reaching to want, '
sections in all Florida. The was to Mr. darkness and the fact that the road was manhood have not drainage district :I and acknowledging '
moved to Middleburg-tn this yet been remembered. Yet
F. Brownlee October ?
20, 1842, and movedto their willingnessto-taxed to have the '
"flat-woods" with ; .
undulating it
lands weeds
pine overgrown was impossible ,
state. In 1853 he they the
married Miss heroes of
Chickasaw Mary greatest the war '
1 deep loam top soil and clay sub"I county, Miss. Two chil- to tell where the next rod would work done. : I l
.4 .
Elizabeth Pace for l .
and they their
dren to the were fought battles alone and
were born to this
;j are proving out as the best class in union, Eula and lead to. The road being traveled was born had The territory drained by the Alligator. ". ,
four and four no officers J
sons daughters all to plan for them look
James L. ,
|it te. Some of our farmers havelidy Brownlee, both of whom preceded the one leading; to the Rocky Point sec of whom after their is comparatively livel, and while in'. ). .. '
her to the better are dead except the youngest welfare and encourage them, -- t
reached 50 to 65 bushels corn world. Mr. andMrs. tion by way of the prairie, and when a few instances, ptvrt\ of a mau's land
Brownleo daughter, Mrs Florence Knight Weir, neither were the eyes of the world upon I
acre,1000 to 1800 pounds sea island moved to Florida in December within about a mile of the residence of who them may have so gdodj\ natural .drainage as
cared for him during the last to inspire them to heroism
part by
100 1885; and made their home near C. C Crown the applauding to make ditching unnecessary, the? rest
piton: t pr acre, to 130 bushels strawbptde8 occupants of the car of his life. .
Starke After the outbreak of the their victories. Yet hope,faith
where they were highly es- of his land is 8Ur(, to need ditches '
t per acre, and splendid crops of found themselves clutching at one an- Civil and s..
war he formed Co. "H" of the 9th and devotion to
teemed duty inspired them to
"' by all with whom they came in other and almost as long as there cfrn be a providedfor '
j hay, potatoes, and a great variety anything else that ap- Florida l way
contact. regiment and followed the fortunes struggle against adverse fate, and when
Our best peared within reach the direct outlet for/drainage, no brie brie -
j'. getables.t soil, however, as auto occupants of the the :
Mrs. Brownlee Confederacy until the sur war they proved that they had .
llthat> which requires the most drain- leaves to mourn her and all had descended into the moral right to (injure his neighbor; .

ie.' ,By ditching the fertile lowlands loss a sister, Mrs. Sallie Cross, of Montpelier bowels of the earth, so it seemed. render. He engaged in various enter- been faithful stewards, for they had pre who lives on a loser level, by flooding tIS. .
prises until about 15 years ago, when he served the homes for the tired warrior! r''"
Miss. her -
daughter-in-law, Mrs.J. The his field with vi'at from the : '
ireat the same time make safe the un- "sink" was within a few feet of r higher- ; ,
and had
to Starke and retired from active taught their children the virtues
L. "
. oltting upper lands and thus more than Brownlee, three grand-childrf-n, the regular roadway and was about six life. land. The proviainlg>: of efficient outlet : .
first wife having died they themselves e i
double i the value of the whole. namely, J. M. Brownlee, H. L. Brownlee fret deep. The doctor states that it was many possessed.For for farm ditches: w ill lower the groundwater .,, l
" and :Mrs. years before, he married Mrs. Sharpe, this they deserve a monument to' ,
A. V.
the Long, and five great- of such dimensions to make so that the w ter in the wells will ;
|1| ere approximate estimate: as a goodfit an estimable lady from Alabama, but remind future generations of Ameriansof ;t ,..'
at Rowell grandchildren.From and he is satisfied with getting out during the 'rainy season, be vastly im :- *
Commencing lake and fol- : ; -
their ; ..
union did not last long, for death what they done not only for the Con- : -
early childhood Mrs. ,
Brownleewas as easily as he did. Tne engine contin- over is now. This argue 8 ":
Alligator creek and its
wag t 'I I
; up sever-
: soon claimed his helpmeet. About 18 federacy, but for the i--
whole and ,' :
country rn t
a member of the church "
Baptist and that farmer
t touches as far east as the Clay coun- ued to perform its duty after the car entered months I no injtb 3 territory can consistently i .
ago Captain Knight became an no man, whether he belongs to of ,
"her lips and life expressed the holy the mud hole and besides any say th t drainage would not .
pjr UJae,the drainage area would be about the inmate of the Confederate Home the Confederate should t .
near : or not,
'"I acres. gospel she professed. She was a wom- breaking of the wind-shield and top of benefit him. "',"" f.
Jacksonville, but later went to the home neglect this opportunity to show his I .'
an of great nobility and beauty of char- the machine other ap It was a long time before
no damage resultedto I oar strawberry ft.
BJflw canal 40 ft. wide, 5 ft. ,
,< deep Toper of a relative at Middleburg, for the sake preciation of American womanhood.Contributions .
cable yard IKj.oflO; ( acter, and naturally those about her. it. I gro'wers'recpgi zed that irrigation ,..
.mile*canal 20 ft. wide:5 ft.:deep, 7c of enjoying such comforts af the Soldiers' may be handed to the officers a
y MTcable yard_.._.._ 3.9,10I were drawn to her by strong ties of loveand As soon as Dr. Colsou and Attorney was desirable inr}+ weather, bat now f
idles lateral ditches 10 ft.:wide; 5 ft.p,7cpercub'c : friendship. Her willing hands were. Home could not supply. of the Confederate associations and one of them ,vonld S.r I
____________ Fielding realized their predicament, and every ] gladly accept
t > yd __.___ 2.5(50( Captain Knight is sincerely mournedby will bp thankfully received. i'
always ready for service in anything had irrigation if he 'Id
T g examined themselves to ascertain if coi' have it on such I
1 $17,080. that had for its object the promotion of i they were still alive, they climbed to who many loved relatives and and a host of friends, Hunting for the Road.An easy terms as he ;'mty| shave drainage. t

for other ditches that may be the Master's cause or the alleviation of the surface and wended their way: in the respected him for his instance of Yet he can manage t-D do without trriga."I

sand' necessary and make it an evenWe suffering. Especially in the home circle direction of the residence of F. C. many noble qualities. The remains resourcefulness that tion. But when jt has rained so long _
were laid at rest in the family burial lot on the sublime has come to thereporter's
; would have
119000. years topj'th her unselfish and loving disposition Crown, from which they telephoned fore till the ditches on'thA highest lands can

[ ,. by special drainage tax, paya- caused her to be regarded with th assistance. Dr. J. H. Alderman went at Middleburg last Friday, Rev. W. G. farmer living knowledge.out the The other day a not carry away th$ vj-ater; when promising
Budington conducting the on Wall road and
"one-<<1xth annually. This would be honor and affection. In the de obsequies. tlje
greatest promptly to their aid, when tney returned his 12-year-ola son were kept in town crops that j farmer may have

t wi'.3,883 and interest annually, clining years of her life she was tenderly; to Gainesville. PLUNGED INTO DEEP WATER.E. until after dark on account of a heavy mortgaged his prc;'ei'ty'' for in order to '
assessed on all realty in the cared for by her daughter-in-law: bring them to njatjority Y
i ,."" Tuesday morning the "buried" auto rain. When they had started and were ; roc on the i

[ii.- as-nte J. L. Brownlee. ana her grand-children I was hoisted from its position in thee A. Bowers Had Exciting Experience opposite the power house the old man, ground; when tba' doing of necessary I

The funeral services were held at th "sink" by means of block and tackle who was driving, looked down Call work is made imp msible; when the :

Fiii";payments small indeed when com- family residence near Starke and were I and when upon the highway again was \Is. Crossing Greek. street and could see nothing but roads are almost ii&ptUsable and the wa-
1..with the benefits arising from the conducted by Rev. F. C. Edw. rde, as operated to town as easily as if the acci- Those who work for the creation of a where the street crosses the ter in the wells rise$. fo, the surface, con- I I

;,:( When engineers estimate the sisted by Rev. L. W. Kickliter. :Mr., dent had never occurred. drainage district of thie section can now "0 Lord!" he complained, "how swamp.will I taminated by the >; tlf> of the surround- t '

t ,. .t Imp could be issued for the whole Edwards gave a brief sketch of the life present tangible proof that beats columns be able to steer ings, pregnant with li&ease germs, not -
so as to get across the
nt, payable in six years at 6 per of the deceased, paying a feeling tribute ANNOYED BY CONFUSION OF NAMES. of arguments to show that theyare bridges?" to mention increased! shoe bills and all -

interest. This scrip could be sold to her worth and speaking words of encouragement nght in their assertions. When an "I know the discomforts pah accompany con
'- paw, said th boy. t
-Tcaso to dig the canals and ditches at and condolence to the be Acquaintances 01 A. I. Andrcu, Labor episode like that related below can hap in line with the electric lights? and"Keep stant slopping in !Wd and water, thenno
oe.' reaved family. Mrs J. E. Fntch, Miss Under Misapprehension. pen on the most traveled road oat of can't miss it." one will deny thit a thorough systemof ," t

: |,The., 40-foot and 20-foot canals would Lois Pek, Messrs. Bert Wall and J. F. Mr. Alexis I. Andrea, familiarly Starke, almost within the town limits, it The farmer did as directed but as he drainage is a crt ng: necessity. '

1 .. )A steam dredge. This dredge Kickliter sang; very feelingly, "Some I known aa "Lex Andrews," hoe the mix is time that something 'should be done.E. went down the slope the lights; formed Canalizing Alligator creek and its \ t

,."..., -; would cost whoever bid in the con- Day We'll Understand," "Jesus, Savior, fortune to have a name sounding similar A. Bowers, who lives on the Peek themselves into a vertical line. branch s and digging secondary receiving .. I

about 120. It would dig and Pilot Me" and "Asleep in Jesus" The to that of a -man who some time road, had been to Gainesville to bay.a "Consarn your smartness," said he to ditches wher the natural watercourses

-out all stumps in the right of way pall-bearers were, Messrs. W. T. Weeks, ago was in the toils of the law for appropriating mule and wagon, and Wednesday even the boy, "see what a mess you have are too far .rr wly n" ill,of coarse "- It

.[, dump them out on shore. The 10- J. M. Troby, F. A. Scott, E. S. Matthews another, man's fence wire. ing about 8 o'clock he reached Alligator me into! Where are your lights now got?" be costly but many: years! will be given j ;

t literal ditches would have to be dug J. W. Alvarez, and A. W. Compton The wire incident Vas described in the creek on the return journey. He crossed "Never mind, paw,replied the to pay it in and the' farmers will only I

of Jacksonville.Mrs. Telegraph and, the paper being widely the first bridge safely, then plunged into hopeful, whose prospects of becoming young a carry part of the bnrdpn. .O'The Seaboard L

';-D/the great benefit to town and coon Brownlee was laid to rest by the read, the news spread. Since then Mr. girt-deep water. He thought he was off good lawyer or book agent are excellent, with its Wannee branch traverses the ;.

rjroold; exceed the cost BO many times side of her husband in Crosby cemetery, Andrea has at times. been annoyed by the road and in the ditch and palled the "I know. While we were a-gwine entire drainage dbtinfc; with about eight' "

the drainage would simply and hands covered her witha male to the right. This was a miles of track and '
prove at gentle grave "smart Alec referring to the wire episode straight by the lights I noticed that : ;fpr the welfare of .
and conservative business i- of choice flowers. bad move, for now both mole and the road bed and
x...t. propo piof usion in a joking way and, worse yet, wagon that 'gator in there hollered on the right the ,ncreased haulageof ;

',.N'for, the good and gain of all con- "Beantifnl twilight at set of sun, some of those painfully direct men went into the ditch. Mr. Bowers got hand side and that bullfrog grunted on freight attendant, ui ion good drainage

i Beautiful goal with race well run, whose lack of discretion only equals out when the wagon box began to float the left. Yon steer right 'twixt the the company will, no doubt, ungrudgingly t

rt .Tba'j gain in land values alone would Beautiful rest with work well done." their lack of common sense, sometimesask and found the water above his head, 'gator and the frog and you can't miss I ] contribute its goers of the ex .

_ ia{least 1200,000. The. gain on city him "how that wire scrape turned He swam along till he reached the north it." I pens: s. Considering the improvementto .r

Y1-alues would be corresponding- i GRAND MASTER MALONE IN STARKE. out." bridge, and finding that he could do The boy was nght. After slushing : the several roads oow damaged; by

} i' [!teat. The greatest benefit to our Addresses Odd Fellows and Confers :Mr. Audren, in the first place, is not nothing alone in the inky darkness, hurried knee-deep in water for some distancethe overflow, Bradford; :c Dunty is in duty ,
rrnvould be the outlet the to Phillips & Crews' stables and bound to contribute t Ito the .
1 sewerage "Andrews and the second he horse drainage
y Honor Upon J. 0. Haynes.On in plaqe, stumbled when he struck the
: nil I told his trouble. Jtff Johns and Jesse fund. The jfJ
would famish. The canal from has no inclination, time or need for bridge and fell. This frightened a cow town ( Starke would be
) "rtlake to the railroad could be dug the occasion of his official visit to Strickland were there and they procured greatly benefited bjr: lowering of Alligator
op purloining anything, not even a ride on that had been lying on the bridge and :
) [ that; the Rowell lake water would May Lodge No. 10, I. O, O. F., of a train, for ho has for many years been lanterns and went with Mr_ Bowers. she made bee-line for the next bridge. creek, and all tlje; sends an immense .

IB:tip opposite the town, and give asSu Starke, Hon. Win. H. Malone, of Key one of the Seaboard's trusted engineers, They found the mule standing in the "Foller the cow, paw, and you can't volume of into the creek, '

9 ', *communication to Sampson Junefc West, grand master of the Grand Lodgeof : and no man in more rocpet'tod or has a ditch with eyes and nose just out'of the miss the next bridge," was the boy's ,par citizens should le;, friendly to the
f | *- well outlpt.W Florida, made a public address at the! water, still fast to the wagon. After project. The time wi111' come when
) u wa. ....*s as sewerage : hotter name than lain. We hope this sound advice. they
I. | 'can do this drainage right now. .. court house Wednesday evening. Mr. will put a stop to the aonoynuco, as similar some heroic work they managed! to unhitch get tired of having feomja; cross-eyed man t

) Co-use to wait. The quicker it is done Malone gave a short history of the order notice in similar cases, ; have done the male and get him up on the Shan-Rimes. with a hoe tickle the glitters occasionally +! _

) i ,fee. easier we can pay the cost. The in- of Odd Fellows, told of the purpose and beforo. bridge, then they got the running gearof At the home of Mr. and Mra. T. H. trying to make tb& water run up-hill,

[&ue and safety of crops annually tenets of the order and clo'luentlypraiied +V the wagon up and next located and Rimes, of Dukes, their daughter, Miss but will substitute: pApacious gutters, ..

) ffcald.:. easily pay the whole cost in pos- the virtue of friendship. DISASTROUS FIRE AT DROOKER. rescued the wagon box, which had floated Angie D., was married Sunday, 21st dog according to grate !!et by a competent ,

Wj,one crop year. At the clone of the address the grandmaster across the road. The only part af the inst., to Mr. Joseph L. Shaw, County man; nay, even *i. system cf pipe -' j I #
1 it would Suggest that a few citizens, presented; a veteran's jewel to D. W. Ilazco's'Li'rli' ] General Store outfit bo lost found was when the. seat the, water but it recedes.will probably Judge T. J. Dekle officiating.A sewers is within tite: !possibilities, and j f

) :1 jAo. are most interested in securing tintExftinag 'Dr. J. O. Haynew, on behalf of :May Destroyed ny Flames. I large number of guests witnessed then, to get the neces ay fall, the lowering t _.

: ?, meet in Starke Saturday, 27th Lodge. Dr. HayueH has b'cn a mi-ui- Ditiiu'l} \V. llu/.oii'w large mercantile the ceremony and listened to the of the creek wool I have to Le ef- \ i ') ,a
ber of the lodge for :2.> years and !WH "!times Baud" discoursing excellent fected at the town's' o'clock organize for expense: unless -
'1IIt !!f,, a; 3 p. m., stow' nt IliooUorMIS di-httoyod by tiro a well known ;. ; I -
" prk.. an 1 go to work, get up maps and never massed any of UH mnutings unless Tumlitv sight.: Mr I Ilu/oii carried a citi/.en living just across the hue, in music, tho band being composed of six the citizens jolt ,;n the drainage ''1'.d'!i

jP icriptions of drainage district, present unavoidably prevented, iiud the members "!.od.11111.1 >kt t ?!!'.'.;iiHl\. I\lhilltii.: \\ tththeliinldittg Alachuii county, died Thursday night, daughters of Mr. Rimes, who play in scheme which! is noW >cing{ agitated. ; _,
all therein paw lit to give him ,tin, toUon elf unison, each upon a different instrument. As far as can be seen ![without instrumental ':
;t|S e8sed values of realty apifitixlmate ; \VIIH n tidal' his 1 n!* In' carried August l.sth, and was buried at Hampton
t location of canals and ditches their esteem! and ajiprc'i hit!ion of lilK no liiNUiniii'KMr. Friday afternoon, August 1Jth.!) Then came a bountiful repast, leveling, the .ll iy of the land is !i

Deposed and probable cost of same.y&ve zeal. The doctor, in u few: well rhow :\ 1I I &;:,'ii and ollior ""IIi"",.S iiuui of Mr. real was well known in ytarke and after which the happy young couple such that, by canilizing: \ the north arm t -,
words thanked IUH bn-lliron: for llm went otf: on a wedding tour throughGeorgia ] of the Alligator beyovi!: its head far
the as :
some good lawyer prepare po- .tint low are ruin'Imioil+l llml Urn tar net' hud many friends here who will regret I ;
: .
tUJona Btnctly ia accordanc with the honor they had conferred upon him. I to tint hulllingutd, shay nr,' ollrrtngiiof : 1f'w"rd to Kuril of his death. I ani South Carolina. Their as to the Water Jak, t jhe latter, wgnld "I 1LIoJI

f ?Statute-**> relating to drainage districts. The medal, IK a haiulHomo and vuluuHn l f.'.'Ol) ) Cur I lh" rtl'l'rrhra.nw| "I' 'Thou". Croft, sou of Hon. John I many friends wish them unbounded also be lowered all tbs say to its head

Sri 5r en solicit the signature of every propmy piece of jewelry i .. 11111 \\I"'IIlItlhU' \\tlli \iiloiiiM to oon- I "roft. died at the lattor's homo in Lake happiness. and thereby effect the.r'claiming:. from, !
in the drainage territory andBresent --- Ihitlor and buried overflow large tracts of rich land now ""' l!
: owner BiiT RATTLER .Id, Monday morning was ] :
KILLED A .. I Robinson-Sit
before the board of almost valueless. Bv: interesting the t
the petition : ., Tuesday Swift Creek cemetery. Mr.
= bounty' commissioners at their regular Venom us Snake- ---- struck- at Man In I'tcnlc: : nt HOHU'S HIsnrt'l'IIMI' : Oroft ulTerel from a complication of Sweat Mr. Union were married Robinson at and the home Miss of Nella thebride's owners of these lands ia jthe project, the. _,.

t y ting,on Monday' September l 5th. Passing Waaon. Mill I" n plcnlo' nt iIi''''''$' Kn- UIII'allt' and had been confined to his mother, Mrs Mary Swear, at district might be enlarJ; [ and the cost .......

r hold the commissioners entertain, it .url mi 11" .Iy l take 1. Hnliuli( "y, SopfiMulmr bed nii'00! early in June Heilbronn, on August 18th, Notary W of the drainage work b+:divided between. '

c .Ii fl&vorably, they will advertise, etc., as Wednesday afternoon O. M.: Hcr.iintt. :Ill\ Urtlltlntf.\ / I'Otttlnn and\ ditnoln Mr. Mary Fetch, wife of Mr. J. M. E. Davis officiating. The groom is 4n a larger number of tax tlyers.; '. r

,Ifftet forth in my first article' on this subject his little son, Arthur, and .1). 11. Kiorrlil. { will "! Hi1 iinuomoiit" Kim' lit Futoh, died at her home near Elarbee employe couple of Mr.will Davis'to and the happy Our next article will teat of the sub. :

r,. ".of drainage. It is a great move for were riding In a wagon nrroi: Alligator tiitwm mid" ("mound' +tn will l I"<< fimiUluutn Bumlny, :'lit init. She was 45 years of at young their home at Heilbronn.go house-keeping ject of the inevitable hood effects of ,

jthe good of alL If yon want to carry it swamp toward Mr. Helmut! IIOIIK. ,UIOHO wins drtlii't'' C Tallin, l&onwUI lo' atftt and leaves of near relatives her hnsItAtut I- thorough drainage. t t .
of time and The water was np to the hub of HIP. ,11\Ih''I, (' anti A Correction. '. \ H. E. L.
through, give enough your !Ullt wllhitf for .Hit "111" two sons and one daughter to .

... energy and do what the law requires Inthe whreli. Ouaplld of branchc un use! I'I.Jny. )'11111',1\\" monru her del" \nrtare. The many la the advertisement of the Jasper R!

premises. right hand tide lay a rnttlMimka. which N.\art\ tft Ji 11\ HtU'llirlslluu ut. friends. of tho family deeply sympathize Normal College, appearing for the firsttime Presbyterian Cnurri eCIOrJ. _

C. L. PEFK. no one nw before th" utiakn ru\I'h-11 out wills llipm in their bereavement. in the Telegraph last week, an Sunday school every: SAbbath/ day u

and itrnck at thin arm of Mr. Xlorrld. Church -. -- omission was made respecting the qualifications 10 a. m. I II

-|( .September; Examination. who was ittlug on that aide! with liU. I'rprtolilna( .ftprviiHi uvory nmnmitfourth and, Good News for Students. of the principal of that excellent I ? Prayer Meeting and Brle} study every ,'.

'-,1.:, The 'examination for teachers certifl. arm on the tldcbonrd. It "\\Ackftt only .avery "HtunUyHumtrty' Tho data for the beginning of school school. It should have been stated Wednesday at 7:80 p. tie .1

will beheld in Lake Butler at the few inches of reaching Mm m'liiH.I ovoiy HuititAvMl "'Mutt'll' (Uj' !liM now been definitely fixed b y that Professor Fender holds first-grad Young,People's Meet4gon| Sundaya '
ikifh School building beginning: &peL f\. Mr. Bennett sent Arthur horn nfler a I 10) u'olituli' I th" mutws of Btarke High School and and' state certificates in both Georgia at 3:30 p._m._ H- :

,continuing four day*. All shotgun and the snake WM hilled! It t'mycr. utMliiitf nmt' 'HlMo" M'''h1r every w\\ are 'nrt> the" pupil will be glad to and Florida. '

8m*. m for thrmielvAftpd g wai fire feet lo&g) had tun rutilei and Thursday PTPMIWH M I u'ahtrh'' Know thai the opening' date is one week The Jasper Normal College has always v .BapUstQarcbl#ctorjSunday -', .." ,
BppUcantB| will,,provide ..
and ink and be was very largo around the body, stall I All and "ortllalli'" tutrtai% '. and IU111t' : Inter than had ton eipected. The enjoyed a fine reputation and 'School 9:45 aJth? I .
paper,peat pre been foot longer Mr. ,
cap his nakwhlp a Preachingil w
ba. uh i hire decided< to tgio the fallterm Professor Fender seems to be :43'pT: iiiT !
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fei5s itf pay tbeJee of f I.IpTT Flomd would, probably, not he to Prayer meeting, : ,!*.*;?
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JOHN P. MITCHEL GOVERNOR HASKELL thosen for the Atlanta to Jack.


! i FROM FOREST Young Acting Mayor ef New Oklahoma May Send Him F. rj Miller returned from Atlanta:

\ York City and Reformer.DR to United States Senate. I after jijiving made the trip from Jscfesonvitjf

. Steady March of Flames Devastating I President, Regains Good WHI!| ,\ lIiam E. Wiggins Meets a I automobile: to over the Georgia the toads capita in will an,.

in all probability, be cho;?-.. as the.cffict1ti .

Many States. of Co!. Roosevelt. \ Tragic Deatt.j 1 rente for the! At1an:a.t- lack-

.1 sonvillrfhighway..
,y f In stieakinsr i of the trip, :Mr Miller! -


;i. m. Friday in a Premier '4-4'V and
,t. 4t4 -
---- ;:- J drove forty-six miles: ta Fi.,!'..".tan..
Frank Managerof
. Small Son of Morgan
Situation In the Fire Swept Region is In a Letter the 'President Repudiates : 1, where I..e spent the night. Tipo; *
Lumber Company's
: Growing Worse Despite the Efforts I the New Yo- t' Bosses for Turning I Morgan tion bf'.the road Is in fairly gooJ con-
Where Accident Occurred, Narrowl ditio I It had been !
1 to Check Spread of the Flames- I Down Roosevelt as Chairman of the 1ck ;t. ? I Tattling N eat1y :'
1 ; V*"* I Escaped: Death. whcn I-P made the trip, and f' r that";:-
f Lots of Many Millions. x.A New York State Convention. I
: .1' I i r1 : reason lit was' a little s )ft, aivi} r there
1t Fla., dispatch says:
A Jacksonville
. Mercilessly and relentlessly the for. j President Taft .and ex-President were. ?|!>>nie washmts but taken as a ;;-..
t I I William H. Wiggins 3<] years old .' .
, :.: est fires in western Montana and Ida Roosevelt are again fellow worker I i cylin whclpi it is a gooJ road. At 4-15'
wounded when the
; ; ho are sweeping over a vast area I in the same political field. The threat o was ()'cIo(' I Saturday! mrr.ln't' -ftfrct
head of the engine: blew out at tbt
j ', I driving hundreds of fugitives before I that they might pull apart has been I ter on the second lap of the jcurnsy and -
I ofl'Glrts:
1 them, destroying small settlements forefended by a full explanation on i ;. Morgan mill, on the banks five TeacHM. f I Macon. Ga., at ;:4:.; p. n.
creek, near Ortega, and die.l
I and wiping out of existence millions one side and an unreserved acceptance Thirty ; mile of this road was la most
!- later at St. Luke's hospital.
! f of dollars' worth of property. on the other. eeelct sfcape. TM! vas tic first
Wiggins; had been employed as engineer :
\ ft Is reported that about half the The president makes It plain in a I Lumber Company thirty !miles ncrth of King's Ferry.

It.. town of Wallace, Idaho, has been letter given out at New York City by by the Morgan liveJ with his The ttill miles of the read soath .of
for time, and
; p wiped out and the town practically Lloyd C. Griscom, president of the some \VayiM-i needs to be graded fctrt it
I"-- wife! in a house near the company'smill. !
net impassible
cut off from the outside world. New York republican county committee was as It was. The
. l At the time of the accident he
rains h id washed the
The situation in the fire zone may how the misunderstanding sand out in ser-
', alone in the engine room, with
\ 3S
be summarized as follows: I arose. He explained that he never : I eral: pi4ces, but not so bail as to make:
small of Frank -
the exception of a son "
j the
I hiway Irksome.
Thirteen lives lost; property loss took any part Tn a committee cabalto ,
ji I Morgan, manager: of the mill. The
$1,000,000; fire still threatening. / CALHOUN DEAD. defeat Colonel Roosevelt for temporary '- i from Aftrr reaching the! city of Maccrid
chairman of the I I boy had a remarkable escape they ::11 not stop but an hour and
a.- Elsewhere In the fire zone, the situ coming republican -
ation has gone from bad ta worse. One of South's Most Noted Physicians state convention. On the contrary dpath. but was uninjured. was five raj: lutes, when they resumed their
stunned by the explosion but ran: out
I j-l
: The most serious incident is reported Passes Away. he explicitly deplored The resultof journ Leaving Macon at 8:50o'clock'
of the! engine; room as other workmen
;, from the St. Coe country where ISO Dr. Abner W. Calhoun, one of At the committee meeting which chose : Saturday night they reached
,_ men engaged in the forestry service lanta's foremost citizens and one of Vice-President Sherman ; he rebukesthe rushed trr the aid of Wiggins. Atlanta at 6 a. m. Sunday. The road

. ; : are missing and it is feared they have the most noted physicians In the party leaders who Lave permittedit from 5,aeon to Atlanta was in bad .
r been burned to death. south, died Sunday morning at 4 to go abroad uncontradicted that Orange County condhicn., owing to the recent rains.

t. I When the fire approached the camp o'clock after an illness of several the president of the United Stateswas At the! called! meeting held at the The tel clay! was soft and sticky and .
Eighteen British Sailors Lose Lives San Juan Hotel the board of directors the
as Iriving was done at
where there were 200 men, two of the months. behind their factional prefer- the
:: j 'fighters took a horse and riding the While his death was not entirely ences; he insists that at every opportunity Off the Coast of Korea. elected permanent officers to serve time ty s slow. but other than getting

t' I ., animal to death rode from the camp unexpected, :yet it was not known until he advised the fullest conferences Eighteen lives were lost when the during the ensuing! year as follows: Into a: 4ew "chuck" holes and fighting
: British cruiser Bedford ran ashore on Seth Woodruff, president; G. H. Fer- the chit they met with -
I and ordered a rescue party which pen a late hour Saturday night that with Colonel Roosevelt and he ; % no mishaps; ,
the rocks of Quelpart Island Korea, nald, first vice-president: M. O. Over- and in
: t -.. etrated the fire to Bird creek. the end was near. explains that he has been pained by arrived good condition.
.- Eighteen of the men were found in Two years ago Dr. Calhoun's health the 'columns of unfounded assertionsIn according to the report received at street, second vice-president: J. L- The:C ar in which the trip was made

t :' the water, where they had gone for began to fall, and last January he be. the newspapers concerning my attitude London by the adralraJlty. The men Giles, treasurer; W. R. O'Neal secre was tKe same Premier which won the

z '; .1 cafety and they were unharmd. came so much worse that he had to in respect to the New York were members of the engine room tary. An exo<*utive committee of the cup at tie Atlantic Beach races,whka

of his staff following gentlemen was also appoint were ts1d to celebrate the -
1. ;: From the remaining 180 men no give up the practice profession.For situation. opening -
L his The accident occurred during full ed: Seth Woodruff, W. R. O'Neal. H. the beach road July 2Sth
word has been received. A...relief four or five months prior ta For his part, Colonel Roosevelt, now last.
:, .. S train well equipped with pack animals death he was confined to his bed. At when he read President Tafts' letteras I speed trials of the vessel, and the L. Beeman. H. H. DIckson and W. D.

has been ordered, carrying pro. times he became so 111 that his life communicated to him at Oyster cruiser was evidently badly holed, Holden. After election of officers all :; Want Road Extended.

despaired of, but he would rally Bay said: I since the deaths are stated officially present visited the fair grounds and
: Ifllions and hospital supplies, and will It Is aid that a meeting wan held
and gives hopes of Saturday "I to have been due to "the inrush of came to an understanding as to the 'j
glad PreRldent.Taft's
endeavor to get through the fire. very see I at Pana ea: Springs a few days ago by
night it was seen that he was sinking letter and am pleased with it." water. location cf the buildings, stables etc.. partle, : nterested In having the Flor-' ,
-t bids for erection to be advertised Im
and, surrounded by his family, he
Ida Railroad
I BOLL WEEVIL COMING.! I Central recently acquired -
passed as the early dawn was mediately. A special committee was
breaking. i REVOLUTION NEAR END. FATAL BOAT EXCURSION. selected to solicit further sales of ; l lj>y purchase by Jacksonville

i lit Is Feared That Pest Will Soon Visit I parties.,. extended from Fanlew to the
and the management hopes to
In the death of Dr. Calhoun Atlantaloses '
Alabama. Peace is Drawing for the Troubled One Killed and Three .Injured in Disaster spring This is the greatest of the
I one of her best citizens, and secure sufficient to erect a fine building
That the boll weevil will be In Ala- Nlcaraguans. at Lake Charles, La. Gulf caa 5t resorts but Inconvenient to
I the world a physician whose work in costing if least $5,000 or G,000. '
I I lama this fall, all things now Indi That the revolution in Nicaragua is Pauline Woodring, C-year-old daughter -I reach.iy having a railroad outlet.

cate. If the pest makes as good time life was to relieve suffering humanity. finally nearing an end is indicated In of T. 'S. Woodring. a prominent via Frn tew, they will be In easy

. .eastward as it did in Mississippi last While his practice was munificent, yet; cable reports received In New Orleans lumber man, died aa a result of In- ST. GEORGES ISLAND. touchThomas w th South Georgia points, via .

. ;j Tear it will find lodgment as far into he probably did more work free of from Managua and other Central juries received in the motor boat explosion :' llle. and crowd will take ad-

t the state as Escambla county across cost to those unable to pay than any American points by not only the sympathizers in the Calcaseu river. P. 0. I, Quarter of a Million to be Spent In vantage? tf, it* health-giving waters.
other physician In the south.
1 Mobile and Baldwn counties, from the of the revolutionists but by Moss and Lotis Swan, secretary and Improvements. q, .
: Mississippi! line. However It is more treasurer, respectively, of the Lake
j those of Madriz and agents of commercial of the Scjibots to Be Consolidated
than likely that It will get na farther Charles Railway, Light and Water George "W.
I GIGANTIC STEAL IS organizations and steamship Capital City Bank one of Tallahas 'The Augustine School at St.
than Mobile, Washington and Choc- Company, who were also Injured in
j 1 taw, which is almost certain If there lines as well. the explosion. are in a critical conJittoa. see's financial institutions, has returned Augustins will be consolidated with
I For the first time since the revolution from a business visit to Apalachicola the'City School fn October. This mat.
\. IB a late fall. i
started advices received by both ter was ilecided by the Board of Public
Mrs. J. A. Lant1J where he had been to close
This. it Is said is the opinion of W. ). wife of the president -
\ f sides, as well as by disinterested Instruction' at their last .
par. & real estate meeting.The
of the the sale of Short Healy
: 'L. Pryor, expert weevil man of the same company, was seri-
l ties, were practically the same. They pupils will be furnish -r
: department of agriculture at Washing. ously burned, but will recover. Ten men of this city. of the property youig

.1 ton, who Is at Montgomery to take up Illinois Central Unearths Big are to the effect that the Madriz government persons were In the boat: when the explosion known as St. George's Island. The trai spcrtatloa to and from the
troops have met with serious school. ijt is believed that
: frith the state officers the first work occurred. Six escaped with purchasers are wealthy Atlanta people the takingof
:, cf elimination and protection. I Graft Conspiracy. reverses almost at the very gate of minor Injuries. and they propose to make this the the putplls from that section In the

Mr. Pryor says that the weevil is% Managua, the capital city; that Granada greatest resort on the southern coast new sQhopl will give them better grad.
.. had been captured by General ing anil i that will have
moving east out Mississippi Over a quarter of a million dollars they much
t t Luis Mena with an insurgent army; TRAGEDY ON HIGH! SEAS. will be at in the erectionof greate' ad vantages.judge .
.; rapidly and all records go to show that I spent :
I Alabama will be reached by the early that the inhabitants of the Interiorare hotels and club house: and otherwise : :

I fall. He Is urging .that the state get flocking to the standards of the Two Passengers Try to Hold UpSteam beautifying: the property. No ; ; Taylor Improved.

busy at once and make every effort Frank B. Harriman, Former General I revolutionists and that Madriz has Captain Killed. !gambling or liquor selling will be al Judge! Ijt. Fenwick Taylor. of the Supreme

I possible to diversify crops and take Manager; Charles L. Ewing and I been succeeded in the presidency by The Alaska Pacific Steamship com lowed. Each member of he club will : (:curt( of Florida, who has been

such other means as are necessary to John M. Taylor Named in Warrants Jose Estrada, a brother of Juan Estra pany's liner Buchman was held up at be a stockholder receiving one share. seriously 1 ill with typhoid at the home .

I- ....... discount the depletion. -Other Arrests to Follow-Start. da. head of the provisional government sea by two passengers. C'ipr.un Wood | which will be forfeited to the club! of his I set up by the insurgents. was shot and killed by one of thn other than whatit
in case his! conduct Is Tallahassee} Is much better and era

: \\ ; CHOLERA INCREASINO. ling Allegations of Graft. Whether Jose Estrada will be permitted men while resisting. The second should he. Mr. Saxon says that a the road [to "ecovery. He has had no

j I Three former executive officers ot to retain the presidency If the man was overpowered by the engine /great deal of interest [Is being takenin fever forseveral! days now, and It Is

I ;I' 'r--$outhern Italy Being Ravaged by the the Illinois Central Company have I revolutionists succeed In taking Managua room crew. The passenger who shot this section of the state, II n'l he believed [that this Is entirely broken.

I Dread Scourge. been arrested on warrants in connection appears to be a matter of doubt. the captain jumped overboard with looks for oer! enterprises! and investments Just asi i soon as he Is sufficiently re-

I The epidemic of cholera whch! has with the alleged frauds by meansof life preservers.The to follow this one. covered; lie will be taken over to 41Panairjaj

I f broken out in southern Italy is steadIly which the railroad was defrauded, TENNESSEE FEUD. Buchman was en route from fclty.. on the Gulf coast, for ian |

: Increasing In the districts affected, it is said, of 1000000. Seattle to San Francisco. Fred Thomas Too Deaf to Live. ou Isigj while he, recuperates. iJ

; particularly in the town of Trani The men arrested were : Reelfoot Lake Is Again Scene of r a passenger, went to the captain'sroom Because he was deaf and had difficulty :j i is "

, where the number of deaths already Is Frank B. Harriman, formerly general Startin! Tragedy.On : while an accomplice descended in understanding the ordersgiven i.h'*j 0,000 Damage Suit. ..

: more than .10. The latest previous official manager of the road. ground male famous by th'* to the engine room. Both men were him. Philip Stewart, a negro The .r'rers In a $50,000 damage suit

I reports gave 20 deaths at Trani, Charles L. Ewing, formerly manager Reelfoot la';(' night rider troubles. armed and they attempted to take dock hand employed on the Jewett .brought? 'Ijy the South Atlantic Car

: I bowing the rapidity with which the of lines north of the Ohio river James Keetuckcr shot and killed oi.s possession of tho' vessel. Captain coal dock foot of Ocean street. and Mhnufacturing Company againstthe

disease is increasing there. John :M. Taylor formerly general man late Saturday nftel noon. and;L Wood refused to comply with Thomas' jumped into the St. Johns river at Flojiqa i East Coast Railway Comp -

.! The epidemic is ot: a virulent type storekeeper: of the road. wourde.1 hi.-! brother an-J a woman at demands and was shot dead. Jacksonville, and drowned before help :?ny. *v'Rrj| ?, filed at Jacksonville In the

and the death rate :Is high. Even The warrants sworn to by T. J. Har'ahan. : Shaw.* Par.: in Obion county. Thomas ran nut of the room and seeing could reach him. Stewart who wasan : office c5ftia circuit dark. The papers

, CTATcr danger is anticipated from the president nf the Illinois Central, James Keesucker made his escape his plans had miscarried, strappedon oM negrcr well known along the were eAtijred in court by Attorneys j jToomeri'4

flying: population of the infected districts charge the three men with conspiracy; Shaws I'Tk is'an open;: space of r a lif -ereserver and lcapeJ into river front. lived at 5S2 Elm street. \ : Reynolds and Pratt A. ":

\ who may harbor the germ disease to cheat and defraud the railroad by: ground on Itpeifoot lake about a quar the ssa. For a number of :years he has been Brown. '. The declaration will be filed j

I to the division nor already; infect false pretenses and with operating i a ter of a mile from Samburg, Tenn., a !I In the meantime the accomplice had growing deaf. and was hardly able to the firsS Monday in September. 0'f

ed. Trani seems almost deserted as confidence game. Harriman anri Ew.Ing town of about fifty people. During ,, encountered resistance in the engine understand oi'lers given him even f ; El
: a result of panic 20,000 of the real were taken to the Harrison street room. He
the night rider troubles Samburg : was overpowered and though they were shouted. Despondent ; Completion of Road.
1 dents. fully one-half of the population police statirn. Their bonds of $10,000each was ; placed In
,, irons. The Buchman because of his Stewart
said to be the hotbed of the organiza was deafness At meeting of the citizens of.
baring fled the town. were signed by a professional
Fully as m- reported to the steamer President! said to other dock hands just before Pablo ;-plains were perfected to have
I bondsman.The .
; escaped from the tion.A
Island town of "
Barletta. allegations In the graft case an E.startling. party of people was in the park northbound. The President searched he jumped into the river: 111 cure a big ct jel|>ratlon for the completion of
: the "
0 about five ] vicinity for Thomas without result my deafness. the haril-Surface
o'clock In the afternoon road, from Jackson-
The Investigation ,
... Rumors: that the epidemic of chat began i a I
when James Keesucker drew a revolver I, ville. The mayor, J. E. Dickerson and '
era which has broken out In Apulia year ago. It reached a crisis last .
had spread to Rome are emphatically Ir spring: when President Harahan began it is said, and shot Martin Leon I Ii i S S To Organize New Camps. board ot councilmen have joined hands :;

denied. There have been no cases; actions to recover sums said to aggre ard. Leonard dropped dea' In his GENERAL It was learned at Wash- Patriotic Order, Sons of America, Is with th committees to make this occasion f'

there and the general health conditions gate more than 1000.000 alleged to tracks and Keesucker then turned his NEWS ington, D. C., that Gus- planning! to rect a $1,000 monumenton $ grand success.Ugjitning .

In Rome are excellent better have been taken from the road by a weapon on Mrs. Pitts and his brother, NOTES. live A. Rist. Jr., the their lots in Evergreen cemetery, i

than at any time during .the past ten car repair cmopany in connivance Will Keesucker. young American who was reported to at Jacksonville. Coping Is being Strikes Wires.

)'ears. with high officials of the road. Hat There had 'ong been bad feeling between have been murdered In Bolivia June placed around lots and other Improvements During {a storm that passed over ;

, riman. Ewrng. Taylor and many others 1- the Keesuckers. and Leonards. 11. was a native of Bloomfield, N. J.. are being made. President Sanford: Kghtnlng! struck the electric
of less magnitude resigned their! .- Wood says three new camps are to
CANNON STA''DS: "PAT." where his father now resides. The light wfreij; in the department store of

positions. ROOSEVELT AND PEW YORK. state department has directed American be organized within the next two D. H. CallweU, & Sans and set fire

; 4 4 Aged Speaker Will\ Not Give Up Without i Minister McCombs at Lima to creeks in the state. He stated also to a shv window filled with shoes.

,"I SPINDLES TO BE IDLE. Former President Says He'll Take Ho I make a thorough Investigation of the that the camps now organized throughout The firi Department was quickly on
Part In State Campaign. alleged murder. Young Rfst was a the state are progressing nicely. hand bjt jlhere was not much damageto

.,,. : Despite the declaration as reported, Fully 50,000 Operatives Are to Be A dispatch from New York mining engineer, employed in a goldmine MacclenniCamp will give the public the Attire Only a few dollars' -
of Congressman Longworth that he says: school at Macclenny a large United
Thrown Out of Wirk. Colonel Roosevelt : near tie Bolivia-Peru border. worth pf stock was destroyed. -'
: made it clear
.: to his
:' k will not again vote for Joseph G. Cannon I States flag at the opening .[ the !
.;,' Millions of spindles in the cotton friends that the reports to the affect According to a letter received by his I -'
, for speaker of the house of representatives I school this fall.
" : Mr. Cannon will mills of the country will be Idle for that be did not intend to take any father from a fellow-engineer, he was :George Pettaway Dies.

4 in the, continue periods varying from one week to 16 o opart in the coming state campaign shot in the back by a Spaniard named .. Newsof.: the death of George Petta
race, according to his ,
- own statement days during the latter part of this i were well based. Va cua. The motive for the crime New Church Building. I way ofo| ala, a prominent citizen of

, .. H. will go into the caucus as a month and the first half of September. I As the' colonel put It, he did not i has sot been disclosed and It is not Work will soon begin on the magnificent -i that plt .lbu been received. He had

-. candidate no matter how many republican Mills in New England employing 50,- think he had been enexiraged to take I known whether Rlst's slayer has been church to be erected at the. been suffering!I for several months ina

L : congressmen declare they will 000 operatives have already posted t an aclrve interest by the action of the :. .rre tec!. Minister Combs, in his dispatch corner of King and Riber streets, In bospItI. ; His mother, eight brothersand

oppose him for re-election. All heMks notices announcing: a further curtailment I. state committee in turning down his to the state department. cave St. Augustine, by the Southern Meth- twj sisters are left to mourn his

1 ( la that those who go into the and it is understood that similaraction name for temporary chairman to the i the name of the alleged murderer as odist church of which R"ev. C. C. loss

;, S caucus abide by its vote, and he promises will be taken by many otherconcern' convention. His close fria4a.: aN the I Augustine Hunf. Cecil Is pastor. Material is being ir _ _

& i! to do the same. Be ooet not uk I authority for the statement that Oo I. The population of Atlanta, according placed on the ground, preparatory to A Sp*rta., Tenn., dispatch says thata

any man to pledge hhnself to Tote In the southern states more than onel Roosevelt has nerer indicated b, to the United States census report beginning work on the foundation.The fire "it an early hour practically

tor hit re-election It h. belienn that 3,000,000 spindles will be idle one the slightest word what his intentions is 154839. This is a gain of building Is to be In keeping with swept tile business portion of that

ipledce will work ulnBt him in the week In September. I I are with regard to 1911. TW cetonel L G4.987 over the census of 1900 or a other chnreh edific s of the city, and town, fusing a lose estimated at :

'lection this Call nor doe be want A short time policy among numerous however has always said that ha M-. I gain in population of 72.3 per cent will provide a beautiful place of worship 9120,000! well covered by: insurance.

fe&y candidate for the repahHcta. c&aCor cotton plants in New Kngland will serves the right to enrage b any j The population of Canada Karch 31, for Mr. Cecil's large congrenttio" A nom&r of the beat business houses

-r I n&tI oosfrew to repudiate oato be continued during September according situation at any: time, whenever be> was 7,419,781 according to the ntlI -I'i i This is the first Southern Methodist were d struyed. The origin of the

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1 -w- I Application for Tax Deed. I' If you sit in a draft 'jrhen you are On. Way of Telling. : j SberUfs Sale. SJJOTICB
heated and a stiff neck"or lame back ,
that David Cnrley-You see that fellow loafingover ,
Notion given Jones
i-t iwrvby
STATE prdier of tax CertiUcate No. 80 you will be looking for something that there? He used to go to the came ford. Slif b:'herebygtyeu;rtff of Bradford that I. J. N. Lang-
: ( LIVE NEWS .ii the Ai day of July A. D. 1905. hw filed will ease the pain. Fix your 'mind on under< / and virtue of county Florida i
ct-rtifleate la my office and has made dat.j I BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT and college that 1 did. 1 wonder If he remembers 1s..u l-y*f out of and a certain under the writ seal of of the execution -
ion for tax deed to Luua In accordance \ me. Burleigh-Ask him for Circuit CottrS of Bradford
law said certificate embraced the following don't be talked out of it because it is the county Florida
the loan of $5. Cnrley-What for? against A. B.haw and in favor of The Seward i
diTiVd property situated In Bradford coun"ty. best pain-relieving liniment, yon; can get Trunk and B:W Co a corporation. dated the
II Things That Are Happening In Florida as Told by Florida. t.>-wit: anywhere. Price 2oc, We and $1.00 per Burleigh-If he remembers you, you 1st day of Jnije. 1910. will offer for sale and sell

y:, "t se1 4 of nw'4 of sec 24, tp 7 s, range 21 e, bottle. Sold by Mitchell's ,Drug Store, won't get It-Judge. to the highest and best bidder therefor for
11 Our Exchanges. "I. a'"res.Also cash at the a ;'art house door in the town of i*
JJ TaT Ct-rtificRt No 131, dated the 4th Starke. Fla. ,; Starke on JJc day, the ,

S t\... _-- day of .Tune- A. D. 19iJ. t'In1Jracing the follow For the stomach and bowel disordersof 3TH trAY OF SEPTEMBER 1910. i[
I ....- --- 1- i1.g de-erib prupt-rty situated! In Bradford State Candy. f babies :McGEE'S BABY ELIXIR is the ben'
same ,r a f'galsalp3 day of said court. :
:Marshal Carter, of The Florida Land Syntli ite"which ClO anty. }Florida to-\\if Stale candy can generally Jbe worked a remedy of genuine merit. It acts within the 1tai hours of aa'le", the following *.
After how
telling Lot 1 lOr frartiunal11wl, of nw ri of sec 25 tp 7 over by rebelling. In the case of acid quickly, is pure. wholesome and pleasant : AtscrOmd re' ?estate and all the right. title and f
at recently purchased one hundred thousand iI. 21 e, 25 acre- interest of tU..said A. B. Shaw '
shooting range
Ocala missel a dog he was therein situated '
candles such lemon drops, the candyIs to take. Price 25c and 50c bot
as per f'f'In
the southeastern !"heaid lands bt lug -T-ed at the date of the BradfopJ county. Florida. to-wit: S>$of
and nearly hit a woman, the Star says: acres of land in ..,r.\nce of ,.nch i-ertitt.-ates In the naiL-e of boiled the acid Is,withdrawn by the tle. Sold by Mitchell's Drug Store, nei4 and seM, vf nw .. and 44"<"If8wii and swlf !

It will' not be well for any evil doer to portion of Leon county and Wakull Tnknown. Unleaid certificate shall use of lime or chalk.And the sirup may Starke, Fla. uf sli. .)f se! <;ita) 4. township T south. rang*o2U I
; b e n-dtfiued aoordmg to law tax deed will east. : !O aciv-: or so much thereof aa will be
think that. because of this incident, he and Jefferscn, will proceed at once' ,sue thereon on the then be used in the nanufactUI' of neee-wary; to fully satisfy said execution and

.:;' can afford to get gay with the marshal.Mr. on thorough business lines to the development ; PTH DAY OF SEPTEMBER A. D. 1910. that or any other species of candy. Two thousand Microbes.million microbes are co!!ts. ., ,. J. N. LAXOFORD. '\ .I

property.TallahasseeTrue Witne- HIT o!f.<>:V. -.i l1at\re and ral this I Sheriff Bradford ;,
of the Co.. Fla.
: Carter is handy with his fists, hefty ,
the ITthday of Ausru-r A. D. 1910. When deal in the sometimes Injected Into a person'sblood
you yawn a J. E. FUTC1T
. with his club and, sometimes, hits some Democrat.The iSSAL- ) CTk C't (W."t Bradford T. WEEKS.Co.. Fla. daytime, feel dull, achey, and want to to cure disease. Pla1nt ;:f Attorney. !

thing with his gun. He very nearly hit good news comes from the county By W. E. WAlXl IGHT.D. c. stretch frequently, it is an unmistakable I

something that time. So it will be justas of St. Johns that a thrifty farmer of symptom of malaria, and unless you do i Dysentery is a dangerous disease, but Application for Tax Deed.
can 1e cniei. Chamberlain's Colic, .
well for everybody to be nice to him. that section has made a success of rais- Public Land Sale.! something at once you are booked for a. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has Notice U >>..reb given that 3!. C. Hull.purchaser .
spell of chills. HERBINE is a chill : of"'fax Certificate No. dated the
Monday September 5, will be labor ing alfalfa, and as a reward secured six U. S. Land Orti, .-. CTalnt-vilh AUI;. K' 1910. medicine that will prevent or cure the been successfully used in nine epidemics : 1st day of Jur.*, A. D. IS!**!, has Bled 124 said certif .
Notice !'< h.Teliyr\; directed by of dysentery. It has been knownto and hamade '. i
never my for
in bunging him 25: disease. It drives out the on application
a impurities
day and Jacksonville will celebrate it at crops year per the Coiumi--iou uf tn<- H."ll'-I"al Land Office.under tax deed to ,iue in accordance with law. j
fail. It is
equally valuable for children -
ton. If this valuable can be raised the provt-oiT of th.'r<'f Congress approved which the malarial germ thrives, and said ('ert1d -embraces the following deeribed
A is crop i
Ortega Park. splendid pragram Jnm- 27. U"Mj3 Stat-, 5171 we will offer strengthens the liver and cleanses the and adults, and when reduced with -. property situated in Bradford i
being arranged for the occasion by the in St. Johns county, there certainlymust at pnbluale to the highest Mdder at 10 bowels. Price 50c. Sold by Mitchell'sDrug water and sweetened it is pleasant to Florida to-writ : '
/clock A. M.. on the 1th nay of October 1U10
Central Trades and Labor Council. Many be land in Orange capable of growing lh''lt.t this office, th. follow;: tract of land;' Store. Starke, Fin.Brilliant take. Sold by all dealers. On.Crt>ii!V w cor of nw l. of swli of see 31
it successfully. Alfalfa is somewhat LIt No t>. St'C.I.i. T. 7 S.. n.'\ K. Talluhn..>r, tp 6 3, range J c. :
prominent speakers from over the state Meridian.Anj Baby Army Officers.It The said Itt&d belnp ased at the date of .
have been invited to make addresses. "finicky" about the soil it roots in, but ),' ..) clninnnn'r.lthe 8ho'ri1i..llllnd. \"..- Idea. the issuance cff such certificate the name of
.. Hit- their cl.iim used to be the custom in Englandto Lnknown. _
( -" are aiU ijt-d to t-r.l "81 M shall Wredeemed
Fire Brigade Chief to member arriving :
The dam recently built at the entranceto when once set needs no attention but anocasiour or objections on or b.fore the time (ilesiftnatedor ( buy commissions In the army for according to :law. tux dill tsauw
I apnlication of fertilizer for ,.al"-. late)-What do you mean by thereon on tbr -
infants and then they would be pro- .
the Lake Howell is showing that HENRY S. CHURB. KFOI-.TF.K. ,
run turning up when the fire Is finished? 5TH DAY 4>F SEPTEMBER. A. D. 1910.
I an indefinite number of years. Let some SHIELDS WARREN KFCMVIK.Hi : moted as vacancies occurred. In this
the work was well done and the volume Member-I live three miles away Witness nij o'irlUltmatuiv and seat thJ
of ocr farmers try it.-Orlando Sentinel. way a boy would have high rank when tia th rlayt..1 July, A. r), 1910.
of water now going over it is quite an from here, sIr.ChiefWell SEAL
( ) W. T. WEEKS.
Has he was old enough to become a real 1\
How Climate
," imposing sight with its fall of about Clarence Lutz is responsible for a tale Changed.In you'd better move and 1:; Cl k C't C:'t. Bradford Co., Fla.By .
Switzerland soldier.If W. E. VTA1NRIOHT D.
a mean temperature C.
. three feet. The dam is of concrete, is of wild animals up at OJessa that fur- live nearer here.-Bon Vivant t
I equal to that of north Africa at the I

Mity-five: feet long, and from four to five nished a good deal of sport for the peo- present time is shown by its fossil I The Best Hour of Life your child is pale in the and sickly and,grinds picksat Notice of Tax Equalization.
the nose, starts sleep
.c, feet high, with an average width of ple fortunate enough to witness the oc flora have the miocene
to prevailed during -
,M; is when you do some great deed or discover the teeth while sleeping, it is a sure signof Notice is h'eby given that the Board of Aldermen
three .feet. It was built by Mr. Martin currence. It appears that a party of or middle tertiary epoch. Anthropoid some wonderful fact. This hour worms. A remedy for these parasites and tie! Tax Assessor of tile Town of .'

t Doyle under supervision of the Lakes men were going along in the palmetto apes lived in Germany and came to J. R. Pitt, of Rocky Mount, N. will be found in WHITE'S CREAM hall Starke.on Monday.FlonUt will September: be in seasion 5. at T-30 at o'clock the city p.

t. and Wateways Committee of the Win up there, and hearing a rattler in the France; fig and cinnamon trees flour- 0., when he was suffering intensely, as VERMIFUGE. It not only clears out m., an l continue from day to day fr the purpose -

ter Park Board of Trade and is a sub bushes, began an investigation. Pushing shed at Danzig; in Greenland up to he says, "from the worst cold I ever the worms, but it restores health and of as heartr to the*vatae complaints of any and property receiving, real testimony and -

70 degrees of latitude, magnolias had, I then proyed jto my great satisfaction cheerfulness. Price 25c per bottle. personal, as fixed: by the lax Assessor of said
stantial of work. The object is to aside the bushes
piece they saw a large
what a wonderful Cold and Coughcure Sold by Mitchell's Drug Store Starke, town, and fot;)>t'rfecttn.r.revising and equaliz-
sustain an even depth of water in the gray fox holding a rattler by the back of bloomed and vines ripened their fruit. Dr. New is. For Fl3. lug the assFMiimeni of said Town of Starke for
King's Discovery
while in Spitzbergen and even In Grin- the year 1910(MS inired by law.
; ran-ways between lakes Jlaitland.Osceo- the head and slowly crushing it to death. than after taking one bottle, I was entirely A Foolish Weakness. E. S. MATTHEWS,
neil Land within little more
la, Virginia and Mizell, so that boats. Quickly securing guns they killed the cured. You can't say anything too One of the most foolish weaknessesto Attest: ;' Chairman Board of Aldermen.
8 degrees of the pole,
I swamp cypressesand .
of medicine like that. It's '
and launches can pass through at all fox and then shot the rattler. On skinning walnuts cedars limes planes and good a which men become addicted is stub C. A. FITTCH. Clerk.
surest and best remedy for diseased -

I times. It raises the average height of the snake they found 12 rattles and poplars grew freely water lilies covered ,lungs, Hemorrhages, LaGrippe, Asthma omn Chicago Record-Herald. Notice 01! Final Discharge.

water during the entire season about taking with them the tail of the fox' over standing pools and irises Hay 'ever-any Throat or Lung !
Rich Mine.S. Notice is hereby to' all concerned that
Struck a given
three feet.-Orlando Citizen. they returned to Odessa.-St. Peters lifted their tall beads by the marginsof Trouble. 50c, 1.00. Trial bottle free. six months tt'ier date hereof I will present ror

t burg Times. streams and rivers.-Dundee Advertiser. Guaranteed by all druggists.The W. Bends, of Coal City Ala., says final returns Executor of the estate of William
The search for the bunch of diamonds
- UnderhJl, late of Bradford (county FlorIda -
he struck a perfect mine of health in Dr.
I ,deeease4 and apply to the County Jndee of
lost by the Click family in the fire on Indications are that more than two
Color of Air. King's New Life Pills, for they cured Bradford cg-onty, Florida for my Iflnal dis

'. Palafox street early Friday morning con- I hundred buildings have been erected Enemies of Bad Health. Pare air Is blue in tint because accordIng him of Liver and Kidney Trouble after charge. ; ,

tinned all day yesterday with the result since the first of January in Fort Slyer, Bad health hates a man who Is to Newton the molecules: of 12 years'of suffering. They are the best :;i Kxeentor W.of H.the UNDERHILL Estate of William,

that ten stones in all were recovered. says the Press, and then tells of the efforts friendly with its enemies-hard work the air have the thickness necessary to pills on earth for Constipation, Malaria :: Underhill,deceased.
plain food and pure air. More men die Headache, Dyspepsia, Debility.25c June 17,1910,- nx
: One valuable broach Was recovered intact it is now making to get up a complete reflect: blue rays. When the atmosphere all .
from! worry than from overwork; more at druggists.An
also and Several loose list of the in that Is blended with perceptible vapors Paying investmentPicking
-i a ring a pin. improvements
stuff themselves to death than die
men to pieces a pqtr of corset
the diffused Is mixed with
diamonds found with the gold settings city during the This is light a Incorrigible. :
'j were past year. certainly of starvation more break their necks .
; which she'nad for twelve .
worn over a
large proportion of white.In "If there ever was a terrible child In "
' melted off of them. The method : a fine showing and indicates that falling down the cellar stairs than month London .
I this world, remarked the worried a was surprised .
::r employed is for negro girls to take the Fort Myers will soon be claiming even climbing mountains. If the human buying a cough medicine, don't be mother "he's one." to Cnd 10 sovereigns wrapped .

' ashes and sift them through their fingers I more attention. The prosperity and animal reposed less confidence In his afraid to get Chamberlain's Cough Rem "What's his particular fault in tissue paper, neatly stitched up In '

into a vessel. The owners of the valuable progress of Fort Myers is creditable and stomach and more in his legs the relief edy. is There is to no follow.danger Especially from it, and "Do what I will, I can't break him them. Shi Is said to have given two- .
sure recommended -
stones hope to recover most'of them I: excellent: and thc Press is to be given due streets would be full of healthy men for coughs, colds and whoop- of the habit of telling the truth right pence for the" corsets, at a sale. .
down to business. Remember
it at least. Several large dmmonds are praise for the part that it has been taken walking ing cough. Sold by all dealers. out when we have company." tl'3 .
When is all the
digestion right
that; a man always rides to his grave; ,
13 still missing.-Pens cola News. I in putting forward the advantages and action of the bowels regular there is a
I he never walks there.-Old Gorgon West Pint: Graduate If your liver is sluggish and out of -

Capt. G. R. Spalding, chief of the U.I I attractions of the place. Graham. It will doubtless surprise most Americans tone, and you feel dull, bilious, constipated natural craving and relish for food. '

% S. Engineering Department forFlorida, West Palm Beach may soon be the terminal to learn that out of the small Stomach, take and a Liver dose Tablets of Chamberlain's tonight be. When you thir nted is a; lacking dose of you Chamberlain's may knowthat

with headquarters at Jacksonville, has of a new railroad, says the Tropi. total of 4,121 graduates during the fore retiring and you will feel all rightin Stomach und Liver Tablets. They

given notice of a meeting to be held in I cal Sun. The plans are all made and first century of the existence of the the morning. Sold by all dealers. strengthen tlia digestive organs, improve

Dunnellon the 12 of September and at I the men who are back of the project P. P. P1P. Military academy, fjrom 1802 to 1902 The Gazette Van Gent. the appetite and regulate tbe bow- .
2,731 entered civil life at some period els. Sold bysl.l dealers.
Tampa on the 13, to hear complaintsmade state that the work is going to be done. Ol their career.-Natlonal Magazine. Toe oldest newspaper In Belgium I is ,

against the phosphate companiesfor The road w ill be a narrow guage and P. P. will purify and Tltalfze yourbVxxl the Gazette Van Gent, which receivedthe

allow lug the slush from the phosphate will be in tha nature of an interurban.The whole,system create a tone good and appetite strength.A and. give your Staggers Skeptics. privilege of printing the Gendtsche ,S ABOARD'

' plants to empty into the Withla- projected line of road will run from prominent" railroad superintendent at Post-Tydlnghen on Nov. 17, 1GCG and -
Savannah suffering with Malaria,Dyspep. "That a clean nine, fragrant compoundlike AirLneRailway.
it is claimed which has existed almost continuously
coochee river, thereby as West Palm Beach west through the sia and Rheumatism says: RAfter taking: Bucklen's Arnica Salve will instantly 'I 1 _
P. P.P.he felt well In his life and since the first number was printed on "
never so '
i greatly damaging the river. It is pre, Okeechobee road lands, and then strik- f
sumed that the hearing will attract aj: ing a southerly course, will go throughthe always get P. P. P." wound or piles, staggers skeptics. But Jan. 1, 1007. ,Efl ;cUre NOT. T, 1909. ; ,

cattlemen of this ; If you are tired out from over-work' and great cures prove it's a wonderful healerof H
number of the j
, large large land holdings of the Palm clone confinement, take If you feel"blue, "no account, lazy, I -

'oil country, great numbers of cattle have'y Beach Farms Company. It will extend the worst skin sores, ulcers, boils also, felons, you need a good cleaning out. HER No. 43, lOut-h. ound 11.01 a. m. 1

killed direct result of this Pup. P.! eczema, eruptions, as chapped BINE is the right thing for that pur No. ti5"j 1 4.24 p. m. .'
been as a south probably as far as Deerfield, running hands, sprains and corns. Try it. 25c, pose. It stimulates the liver, tones up No.81"//[ ll.OSp. "' ")
practice.-Inverness Chronicle. parallel with the Florida East Coast at all druggists. \-1
If von sr* ft-el'a? badly! In the spring the stomach and purifies the bowels. I No. 66, northjbonndNo. 4.56 p. m. 1

Palatka Aug. 18.-In the presence of railway, and about five or six miles west an. u... oJ .::.JrL.:6:, t..ILe Matched. Price 50c. Sold by Mitchell's DrugStore I. 54'" "j 9.12a. m. -'. :.. I

Starke, Fla. I No.Sl M 1 ; :\ '.
5.02a.m. ,
of this line. The road will be financedby
8,000 people, white, black, old and pup. p. *I married my first husband for mon i '
the Palm Beach Farms Company and -1 .
Mustard Seed.
Lawrence Dragan paid the death love."
young, ey and my second for .
will be for the convenience of the farm. WUNn 3Lucff.
If directive need toning All mustard seeds contain ferment .
the gallows this morning at your organ up Then are happy now, 1 a ,
penalty on yon very .
who expected to settle on the taia:
ers are and called slnal- No. 181 leered Starke 6.00 a. m. .
myroslne, a glucoslde
10:55 o'clock, for tbe,murder of his wife holdings of this company within a short suppose. No. 184 arrives 4.20 p. m.

near Nashua laat year. The condemned time. The C. T. McCrimmon Co., of P. P. P. "Alas, no! Ton see, my first husband blne. This ferment acts upon the ", ; i :

10:14 11' :Miami, will do the work when the operations married me for love and my sec slnalblne In the presence of water, -i i -
.the affold at
man ascended ac- 'I' 09.54 an 3 "fun between Jacksonville and
suffer! wlthheadaehe,Indigestion, producing the essence of mustard in
are begun. ond for Q:1oney.-Flfegende: Blatter.
his spiritual adviser, other I1'1U and eakuoM,Ukke Cedar Keys:?!os t 43,8.t,, 6a and 84 between Jacksonville .
companiedJby found the characteristic
which IB excitant and Taripa, !'loa. HI and 184 between
preachers Sheriff Kennedy and depu I Albert Williamson published several Life on Panama Canalhas : Starke and Wan ee. Uri -..
P. P. P.
of in the Floridian last
ties. Dragan walked with a film step pictures negroes !
but failed the had one frightful drawback-malaria :Be sure and take a bottle of Chamber. T. J. ORIFTTS' Agent.S. .
week we recognize negro
, and displayed remarkable stamina. He !I If you "',IT"r with nwrotn prostration, trouble-that has brought sufferingand lain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea .C. BOYL3T.J N, A. Q. P. A., Jacksonville
aud gencrll let down ,
that Albert has his 11l'1'un..rmL &
employed on paper -
i talked just twenty-three minutes, dnr- death to thousands. The germs -
; :I 1 of the syoern, t&kcl Remedy with you when starting on your ;
: ing whichJtime he gave some wholesome as linotype operator and all round cause chills, fever and ague, biliousness, trip this summer. It cannot be obtainedon ,

: advice as to how to live to keep out of printer. If he was not in the bunch Albert P. P. P. jaundice, lassitude, weakness and general board the trains or steamers.

his I produce his picture as a credit to debility. But Electric Bitters never Changes of water and climate often I
trouble. He acknowledged killing I For Blond Poison.! Rheumatism! Scrofula fail to destroy them and cure malaria cause sudden attacks of diarrhoea, andit 1ATisFOR

wife, but said he had to do it. He still ]I your office, for he is the only negro in Comjilft1., Old: S*'>re"*'." Malaria. Chrpjin\; jq ;oubles. "Three bottles completely is best to be prepared. Sold by all

loved herein her grave, he said. He | Florida operating a type setting machineor Snn rtimony Win-roof I have hereunto set Fretwell of Lu.Evetu13. .
writes Wm. A. -
in white man's :\lorria
setting type a printing ,
thanked the sheriff and deputy for their my hand and affixed the jrrcat M-al I
office that we now of.-'-White of the State of Florida, at Tallahm ., N. C., "and I've had good health A Decorative Miss. -
kindness to him while in jail and begged 1)) sees the capital this twenty-fifth .. "''r since." Cure Stomach, Liver and "They do not seem to have got any .t

everybody in the sound of his voiceto Springs Messenger. day of July, A. D. 1910. dney Troubles, and prevent Typhoid.r. further with these decorations than

meet him in About 300 farmers from Southern H. CLAY CRAWFORD, I Guaranteed by all druggists.
so live that they might S<- r,-tary of State. suspending a few lights from the cell

heaven. Prayer was then offered by the Italy are expected to colonize in Volusia Mixed. ing." INSURANCE .j

: attending:minister, after which a song county by next fall. Master's Sale. Ilia-There are nearly fifty distinct "Yes; it struck me, too, that It was :

was sung, in which many of the colored A negro preacher called Rollins and I ses of the eye. Stella-The Idea! a case of hanging fire."-Baltimore -1,1urt .
;, e 1< hereby given that tinder and by American. _
people present joined. Dragan shook several other aliases, while under arrest )f a final decree ot foreelosnreroade and la-Yes. the pye. dear.-Exchange. -h- '.. ..
.. >d July:'9. 1910 the _
the scaffold by Judge of the Cir- p .
hands with everybody on for using the mails for fraudulent pur. of the 8th 'Judicial Circuit (Jf}'l ;"- I ---, -j: I "

and askedeverybody to pray for him, poses and being conveyed from Tampato ..lnd in favor for Bradford of Emma county Ilichard, in chancery I''oi -:-, I II. ,..-
coraplain1 .
; also telling them good-bye. At 10:50 her Bartow by a U. S. marshal and a. post- against Carrie Floreus, Carl Flon-ns, nI c .
where he offered I oren.s and LOTU.IFlort'iis, defendants : : .
the trap, last :
was placedon office inspector, Friday leaped from it-rilgued will offer for ale before the 3 : .

the lastprayer.. winding up by bidding I the running train and escaped. His >nse door at Starke, Florida, between of.. "
1 hours of -ale on Monday.SEPTEMBER AWAY ABOVEEVEkTTHINO .;;.,.
everybody good-bye. His arms and feet specialty was ordering goods from various :::; .i. 1 W __ \I!;. f ......

were then tied the black cap adjusted, firms and not paying for them. -

and the noose fastened about hill neck. EVERYTHING .
Three negroes in a Tampa suburb have ; .
When he)was; sure everything was :
been taken to the pest house on accountof ,I ..
Dragan announced ready, i :;
small and this fact has
and at 10:55'plunged downward to his having pox, :. J.. .-1.
I I'i .
been the grounds for all kinds of rumors ,-
death. His neck was broken instantly j i !
.; about there being an epidemic of small \ : "-
and he died without a tremor. At 11:15 ,; f

j I':; he taken was down.pronounced dead and the body I pox about Tampa.the epidemic There is except nothing the alarming ru a FOUR FULL QUARTS $5.00 EXPRESS PREPAID>> ,i

rli The cotton market opened up very Quail are reported more plentiful in : .

;, lively in Alachua Thursday. The brokers :Manatee county this year than in years. r BLENDED GOODS 4tUr=- BOTTLED IN BOND iBULE WHISKIES :

offered ten cents a pound for the M."Ia dC1 .......... S.M U.54 ES rlll' 14

a staple in the seed. This is the An automobile fire apparatus has been ExfrtttPrepaidLewi MLVemoo.. .......... ".. .. 4t:.. 12IS. .

fleecy ordered for the progresssve city of :Mia *' W Hvattr Harper! ........... -. ._ '" $7.50.;W.00,4 .$ 4.oo4.Jo.
offered for cotton ---- '
tS .... "12.00Soooy '
highest market price 4"'sIIus U...... a 1.7V. vv :

in tne seed in many years and the fanner mi.T. I19 Echo Spring Cascade (Tcaoeaat) Fou Roee... .. .........7..It isis Dfoolf.........3.vw 13.0O ,s. 9. pet CakM

all eem very happy over their pros J. Yearty from Fowler's Island on { 11 Wjlwo Mutr Hill Cab Three Festhere.......... ,... 1.50 w..._ Tka_..,., ..l5.00. 1X00, ': ..D1'h,1rC01UlWBlSUYCORN

Alachua stated that the Snwannee river is operating a mill .WBISDY'AI hi....,
pects. Reports from I EUf--------U ..... .. .... .....$.00 _12.00IXOO I -
the old cedar o/deAttweBnttb sistj SIM : .
had hurt the staple I which is sawing stumps in Ii9 -ii ,"0--&4Io- : $3IpetG'JjKcfd.45qLI3
the rainy I U.OI, 1LM9.M ......" ---. \ '-.cia.' .;.
eeemea sure matthe L that section into slats for the manufacture =" TauUfffl OIJRwvs.t. ; % ;
but everyone
alightlj, I 11 Blsck sad 1uL.- Btom' MoM>cnA..'.< .00 12.00 ,
make for the of pencils by the Dixon Pencil Co. P9' ,Kprut Prepaid 1.1. I '
i. high price would up L Harreft Cora............ Hoocricf Sfwnc. .,- 4.00 11.00Malvood I: .
Sun. Thieves are getting so thick and slick > Wa. 'q .JmPoruc!
hort orop.-Ginesville 4="U= Lawd VaOey. 15* lltt 'OO .
tNz:1 10.30
in Jacksonville that they are robbing thepolicemen's Cbeckaeo.nL..... .... 10 .... dark's Sow ... UO" AUto'.
L Robbers entered and looted the p08t1 homes gl.m'. Moaocna.... $t. Slllt
getting away Prt
office atMartel Monday night and se. with the detective's bicycles. Look out Sheridca Club......... J.75 &tt All the Above Goods Delivered Express Paid :

! cured a goodly wmi of money and con for the lock on the station house door. ,

4l riderable stamps. Several officers are lOMC DISTANCE PMOMC 8& :
The union line is even being drawn at I

1I DOW in penult of thetobbers. Two De-for the boaiding houses in Tampa. At some 5l7-519TWet \,,", l bonviUe
In thai tidnity
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groes who CHA" s. f
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; COUNTY TELEGRAPH WITH FLOBfflA EDITORS. I WITH,. .. FLORIDA EDITORS. i. I Lawtey, Fla., Aug. 24.-L. H. Hill I -- r

I : left last week for a business and pleasure :
S PCBU5H2D EVER FaIDAYT: ; :-SS.fl.... ..-..-._....-. .teeeS: :......fltptfl.r.sfltS&pp oJ_ ..e.e-- trip to Tennessee and Kentucky.Mr. .
3RAOFORDCOUNTYFLA'BRADFORD XOT A "LOCAL OPTION" I Sl'E. THE- STATE BOARD OF HEALTH. Hill is the local real estate agent for : ,.

:::: At a recent meeting of the state boardof the West-Raley-Hamby Company, of -
1! B. s. \TTHEWS. PublUher. and Propr. If the liquor question were a local ha.:
health lieldi.t Tampa four important Jacksonville, who own a large tract of
matter the in favor of 'localnptioii'
-- arguments
I rules tending to the preservation of the land near here, and daring his trip he b;:,'
I -SUiiaCEIPTIOS- against"state-wide prohibition"might (CO-EDUCATJpXAL) .i

f One eAr..i,................................,t.w have some weight, but it is not a health of jjhe various communities in will meet several people who will forma I -_ (- we

BIzMonihe: ............................... ..50"I local il"me.Lndf'r Florida Mjere adopted. The first rule colony and locate here this fall. )' LAKE CITY, FLA. HCYWISETRrnLE., !: President B. A.. D. D. r-t 1mus

'\ I Three:'>l;>nu!!................................ 25 demands! that all hotels, boardinghouses Mrs. Rosa Ott, of Gainesville, visited 3 'it.-; :,
the plea of "local option, saloon -
1_ '
t ""I l\pch counter fruit stands, I II friends here last week. Population of city 7,000. No saloorjji Healthiest city in United in
Entered i:1 tk Ponofflce at StArke. )Fla.; a* men, not temperance advocates,
: butcher shops, etc.. be thoroughly protected Senator A. Z. Adkins, of tarke, was States. Only 7 per thousand death ra'w m last 20 years. Highest for
, eemd-cla Matter. claiming that has no _
are one county
i I from flies with wire screening.The I a visitor to Lawtey last week. altitude of any city in Florida. Beauitifril, paved streets. College str.
right to force anotlier. ,
--------- -- prohibition upon ,
I second rule adopted is a demand Miss Rosa Matthews visited relativesin property worth $400,000. Ten fine buitSdipgs on beautifully adornedand ,
Starke Fla. Aug. 26, 1910. One force anotherto
j man has no right to tioI

I'I'j I :i\ '-_---_ _ _ follow his peculiar views of proper that all hotels &id boarding houses in Lafayette county last week.F. laid-out 35-acre campus. 320-acrSpdllege farm, fully equipped, t hu

conduct. These prepositions are true the state protec;.:their guests from mosquitoes D. Smith returned last week from adjoining.< Academic, Normal, Cometcial. Collegiate, Art and. _I L

"\ I" DRAINAGE AND DBA1XAGL where individual counties or individualmen by nets and adequate screening.The White Springs, where he has'...been Music departments as complete as if thoY1,were separate institutions. offal

f ; Those cf that third rule makes it unlawful for spending several weeks for his health. Diplomas issued on completion of courts in each department. Curriculum _
our contemporaries are are concerned. fie,
any person: to keep any horse, cow or : Miss Rebecca Whiteliead! left last in each department as high asry in the land. Board and i
disposed to twit the Telegraph about But a majority of the men of a community .
j' other animal within 500 feet of a residence i- i Thursday for Starker where she will tuition very reasonable. Students RS t jjnir as 5th grade admitted. [[ ., OP'l.
1 advocating drainage for this section after have the right to pre"crile: and tho
except under conditions that will spend stvrrul weeks visiting relatives Positions secured for all competent an(\Jworthy students who want -
5 being a doubting Thomas on the Everglade's enforce rules of conduct to be follower l. aft
effectually prevent the breeding and and friends.Mr. : them. .1: j.
I proposition: are respectfully informed by all the men of the community for the! bet
liberating of tlies. The state board calls and Mrs. John Tetston, of For terms address :
ii 1If that the lands embraced in the good of all. While on:? county La no wi
f I all municipal authorities to enforce Ja'ksonville'isited!: relatives and .
i t proposed local drainage district are bothcnltiva'ab. right to coerce another, n majority of I: upon i WILL J. O'CONNOR, *jisiness Manager. butho
this rule. friends here last we.k.Dr. :
: ". : .-. load productive btyourt a the counties of a community or tatf'ha..e _
; The fourth rule adopted by the boardwa and Mrs. U. G. Turner, of Lakeland I! S123moThackeray's
,' ,I. doubt and are as fine lands as can be the right to prescribe rules! of con L \ :
.; one making it unlawful to operatea are visitors to Lawtey this week as Jj ::: po
found 1'l.Ti'la.. Drainage is only necessary duct for the government of all where = : fie
private or public school in the state tIe guests of Mrs. J. E. Brown. = i:
: to carry off the surplus rainfall the best interests of alIas :who!<' are in I ,'_ I vo
without adequate sanitary toilet facili: G>o. L. Fetch is visiting relatives: and FI ";
: and save growing: crops from uijur volved. This applies to the prohibition ..: -.
ties. friends E'arbee this week.
. : There is nothing! problematical: about question: as strongly as it does:;: to nil the wierl
' These rules are made with the viewof Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Rogers, of Put- Satira.
: the propo itIl. It seems to be different laws on the statute books or fii the con- i, One Dollar's Worth of4S11E'3
protecting the health of the citizensof nam Hall, and :Mrs.: H. L. :Miller: of Thackeray created quite erroneous ,,
in the case of the Everglades, if one may stitution. himself often .
Impressions of by Indulging pa
c' Floriifa.! We believe they are good Hampton were the guests of Mrs. B. L. ;
rely on the statements of the Tropical. The state is the unit of which the In irony in the presence of people ; qt:.
rules, and they should be rigidly en- i Blanchard the first of te week. ROACH
'; Topics, a paper published at Modello, in i counties are fractional or componentparts. I who were Incapable of understandingit. in C
forced by every community. There I Messrs. A. Lowery and Marion Wilson .
: Dade county. In the current i=sue of The meeting of the legislatureto One curious instance which he gave w
should be no half-way measures about were visitors to Jacksonville last ; : ml
. Taliaf rro : found the following ret- make laws for the government of. the was this: Thackeray had been dining i te:

erence to the Everglades: entire state is a sufficient! proof of the I Ii enforcement.An Sunday. at the Garrick and was talking In the: in
( i The ounce of prevention is worth a Sheriff Largford, of Starke, was a smoking room .after dinner with varl- '! r-tr PEPPER\
"The drainage of Everglades: maybe correctness of this position. parts '
pound of cure.-Apalachicola Times. visitor to Lawtey Tuesday. otis club acquaintances. Ore of them
k : practical. The editor does not believe, must be made to conform to the good of I
; that it will ever result in anything except Harold Pearce transacted business in happening to have left his cigar case J
; the whole.It THE HOUSE AND TilE AUTO. Is fctjarantee& to rid
to make the promoters rich, very Jacksonville last Saturday. at home.. Thackeray, though: disliking any house of IJIe I
F is for the majority of the While the nation must still wait several i Roaches '
who impossible Ants Moths
4 and
:. rich. Already men were too poor The union temperance rally at the the man. who was a notorious tuft I Bed

I.: to think of paying taxes are riding in counties of Florida to be dry as long as weeks to discover from the census M. E. church last Sunday evening hunter. good natnredly offered him one Bu s., Keeps fleas off dogs and '

. t; their automobiles and stopping at the the centers of distribution in the state bureau how large it is. the Lh e Stock was of his cigars. The man accepted the Cte them of mange. 25 cents aAIIE'S
alone have benefit largely attended. As it impossiblefor
I t best hotels and they was
are "wet." This is demonstrated by Journal has concluded an interesting cigar, but. not finding It to his liking !
1 The editor has ,
By the scheme. seen Rev. Collins
of the
superintendent '
t I : a great many! parties who have invested the persistence with which the "wet" estimate of the number of horses in the had the bud taste to say to Thackeray, : ;, I I :

; 1 _., "- money in the scheme. who will, some' counties flood the "dry" counties with country. It has been a popular:.prediction Florida Anti-Saloon League, to be pres- "I say. Thackeray. yon won't mind my : I deC

1 time in the future, draw on their shares liquors. A majority of the counties of ever since the introduction of the ent, Rev. Loveless was sent to fill the saying I don't think much cf this he

JIj perhaps ferry perhaps one hundred and would appointment. Rev. Loveless is a good cigar Thackeray doubt Irritatedat T; Is
the state have voted "dry" and tried to automobile that the horse gradually no RATSAULT
\ sixty acres of the said laud. But after "horseless !speaker and he spoke about an hour anda the man's ungraciousness and bearing in
afflicted But the
; the three! of expenditure, I be "dry, but the "wets" have disappear. age"
I : past years half, explaining facts to the audience "
mind his tuft
there are but a few acres of land reclaimed them with "blind tigers" and will not which was prophesied is, happily, farther In bunting predilectIons Kil tj Rats and Mice and erSt

? *-' and a portion of this is at the head let them be "dry." off than ever. During the last decade why every voter should vote for the quietly responded. "You ought thctiIwithout consumes
of tbe Miami river, which laud does not in the amendment at the November election. to, my good fellow, for It was givenme any odor. .
As it is a democratic doctrine that the the number of horses coun-
come properly under the head"of the vast The lecture was enjoyed by all. by a lord." Instead. however, of i I Wat
should that the minority has increased six million head. According ,
Everglades' as this land is a great deal majority govern, try The S. A. L. baseball nine of Jacksonville detecting the Irony, the dolt Immediately i
I ;;-*{ higher and undoubtedly valuable for should submit to the will of the majority to the Live Stock Journal, thereare attributed the remark to snob- I For Sale at

\ > :-J.. vegetables. Fruit trees will never grow in matters that involve the good now 31,000,000 farm and city horsesin who played a double-header bishness on Thackeray's part and to ; .\&r

I iJ on the land that is under water. Fruit of the whole, therefore, it is right for the United States, with a valuationof i here with the Lawtey nine a few days the end of his days went about declaring Neh York Racket 0II
trees require a different soil. Pictures and broke last Saturday
ago even, came ti
i up ::
shown by the land companies are not to prohibition to prevail over the whole $3,500,000,000; and commanding better i that Thackeray bad boasted that I

1",i."' be relied on. The writer has seen pirtr state regardless of county lines, if a majority prices than ever, from |250 to $500 and played the rubber. Owingto he had been given a cigar by a lord." 01

-r ". ures of orange! groves labeled on the reclaimed of the people and counties of the for good draft horses.It the rain, the game was called at the ':1 1 pIt1

I :.iL :.. Everglades lauds, that were and state so decide.If is evident that neither machinery end of the fifth inning with the score 7 Maternal Instinct. =i Store ::

?k f are a great many miles from any portion to :2 m favor of the S. A. L. nine. ,
,,. ... .I each county were a distinct commonwealth nor automobiles can displace the horse "Children that yell like that ought tE
c: of the big gwamp. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Alvarez,of Starke, either to be gagged or kept at home," : i
activities. t
from his in the world's
. -- ----- or principality to itself, part I ffn
! ; were visiting relatives and friends here remarked the Irascible gentleman with t I Starke, ha.E .
: :
i DEATH WILKINSON CALL. from which the others could withdraw, immense as the automobile industry
:; last Sunday. the white beard to the bus conductor. : I
\, and separate their business and social now is, it is still small .in comparisonwith E I 8-19-41 0:
Miss Martha "And faces like the one wot you'reBcarin' : I
$ : Former United States Senator Wilkinson connections from it at will, then "local the breeding of horses. It is estimated _Del's", of Starke, was the "

', Call' cf Florida, died in Washington option," as whiskey men claim for it, that all the automobiles manufactured guest last of her sister, Mrs. Harry Dresing, mother people of the with noisy Infant chipped"oughterbe In the C1n

I : D C.: Wednesday morning at 9 would have some apparent justificationof : in the world in 1910 will amountto Sunday. be into door knockers or sent ter ;. r I nst

'. ,._; o'clock. in days gone by, Senator CallS application, but there can be no such 235,000 with a probable value of Dr. Wills, of Starke, was a visitor to the chamber o" 'errors.1* .

was the most popular political leader in marked distinctions and separations.All $235,000,000.: There are 2,000,000 horsesin Lawtey last Saturday and Sunday. The gentleman with the patriarchal stb

4 S Florida and the news of his death will are bound together in one body, the Illinois alone, valued at $255,000,000.The We are pained to announce the death face fungus took a brick red complex- ter'sPric ,

be received with sorrow by hundreds of state, one and inseparable, morally, socially Live Stock Journal claims that of' little Smythie Loadholtz, aged 11 Ion. "I know It's awkward at tImes"- .a:

1- .. friends throughout the state. and commercially. Especially is horse breeding is still the most important years, which occurred last Sunday at he commenced. ,

Wilkinson Call borninRnsEellviUe the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. "It's more'n awkward; It's ncthln i .t1t:
1 Ex-Senator was this true in regard to the temperance -as well as the most profitable in- -

". i: Ky., January 9, 183-t. He question. Therefore, it is not a local, industry in the country, and that farmers M. L. Loadholtz, from typhoid fever. short o' 'orrlble,1* snapped the lady, aa (in Fancy Groceries: t

:: came to Florida as a boy and in his I but a state, issue and "local option"does cannot supply the increasing demand She was a patient sufferer for 11 days, she once more glanced at the sorry I '
when death to her elderly man's set of features. Whi e Meat, 13 cents per pound.
release. Little
i manhcol took up the legal profession not apply in the contro from 'both American and European came
young present When the rest of the tit Beet!
passengers Pulp, $1.75 per sack of 100 Bt
.. Smythie was a faithful attendant at
', : in which he was engaged for sev- versy. markets for more and better animals.- tered audibly the old gentleman came J. Bt
.. eral years. When the Civil war broke Let no man DO deceived. The whiskey Miami News-Record. both Sunday and public schools, taking to the conclusion that it behooved him -
Peicpes: 12% cents per can.
: ; out, Call was one of the first to enlist men mean by "local option" that the I great interest in each. She will be to speak to the poInt. Portland Ita
IMPROVES WITH AGE. Beans 3 for 25 cents.
: from this state, being an enthusiastic whola state shall be "wet," and the I greatly by her many friends and "I mean the child"- he tried once .l
The old Ocala Banner, with the versatile Funeral 1-l1. (Can Corned Beef, 17 cents.
I :i fighter in the cause of the south. He temperance people mean by "state-wide playmates. services were held more. .
.. : optimistic, venerable Frank Harris, IC-otjart Galvaized Buckets, 20
.. served in the Confederate army with prohibition" that the whole state shall at the house Monday morning at 8 "And you didn't mean It no good.
still the state of Ma- cehtseach.[ :
editor, waves over
o'clock Rev.
Joseph Antle returned the lady "else wouldn'ta
: : honor and became adjutant-general. In be "dry." you tI
\ : : rion. To one who has read the paper obsequies. The interment looked at ft.u-London Ideas. Goidj Galvanized No. 2 Tubs,
1872 and I87fi be was a presidential elector There is no third class. The man was at
,. for years, the Banner seems to grow the 65 ce&li) each.
1 ?. : and the he delegate who is the Lawtey cemetery. The bereaved 1 .
; same year was a opposed to amendment, because
I ,, better all the time. It is a Tin'Ware
typograpnical family have the heartfelt The Expense cf a Wife.A cheap. .
[ ? to the democratic national convention. he is opposed to state-wide proh, I sympathy ( {
beauty, and the Nestor's Faber loses the entire wife Is a decided addition to the :Mixed Corn, $1.71a sack.!
: -: He was chosen senator from Florida nn- bition and in favor of "local option," community.CARD
,". none of its point from constant use.- demands upon one's purse. In that Goct1 Timothy Hay 1.50 per TI
: .r der the provisional government establish- is on the wet side in this campaign, it Arcadia News. OF THANKS. sense however sensible and managing I
i.- I : I ed by President Johnson, but was denied matters not what he may say or think. We desire to extend our heartfelt she may be she Is expensive. But I hund1l 16 (
Sns4, pounds $1.00.
admission In 1879 he elected We STAND BY THE TEACHER. thanks to our friends and neighbors for
'- was sena. are willing to grant himlionesty everything worth having has Its priceof Whtb Shorts, $1.85 sack. ..' t
I : tor and took his seat on March 18, fol intention to stand firm to what he believes Reader do you ever think of the incalculable their kindness to us during the sickness one sort or another, and there are per ,

lowing. He was re-elected in 1883; and I to be right, if he claims to be benefits the school life confers : and death of our beloved daughter, some things which cost much without No.-2 1 White Oats, $1.95 a sack. ;. "

\ I 1891, serving'until March 3, 1897. "dry" but for "local option," if he has on a child? These are many, not Smythie. whIch life Is hardly worth living. Ion.Kerps I ene Oil, 13 cents per gal. ':- t

-- -- voted dry heretofore; but this fact remains counting the knowledge of books. He M. L. LOADHOLTZ, Said Thlers: "Most men contemplate \ 1f.
Wm. B. Crawford has retired from self Best:. apanese Rice, 25 pounds,
SARAH LOADHOLTZ.Miss making some when they'
and cannot be wiped out-he is learns to work together. Punctuality, ,f. -t
the editorial management of the Pensa- think will $1.00. I
: ; marry. they give up
Lined up on the whiskey side in this regularity, the habit of giving attention, .: (
.- cola News and is succeeded by H. A. such and such expensive pleasures. Best Rice, whole head pearl "
campaign, a good man in bad company, the joy of sticking to a task till finished, 1
Felkel. The retirement of Mr. Craw. Later on. when they discover that they grain 1 I pounds $100.Cometto .
working with a good purpose to a wrong are of priceless value to the boy or girl.It 1
:- ford will be generally regretted cannot do so, and at tbe same time my store near the de- I:

.. .. by the newspaper fraternity and by end.The : is a mistake not to let a child get this they lack the means to Indulge, they pot and!!; inspect my goods. CallPhoneI'o. 1
-. object of this article is to combat unconscious tuition given by the school.If complain that It is the extravagance 1
none more than the editor of this paper. 18.
the idea that one county, or the people the boy or girl was to live alone, he of thel wives which causes the Inconvenience. -I ; ) (
Under his the News became
I of one county, is forcing another to be might get along without going to the ." All dods delivered free in town. (
due of the ablest and most readable I
', dry. We have shown that it is not a school.' He is to be a factor, or drone, Which wise saying Is applicable to 1 I ..
: dailies in the state. Mr. Felkel has
: question as between counties, but shalla or kicker, in community life. He falls! men in other countries besides that of '. 1
teen with the News fora first as a
"' year majority of the counties or a majorityof heir to society, the church, the state and France.-New York American. Job
.. reporter- and lately as managing editor. Carter
: the people of the s'ate govern in the the family. He early finds these insti-
: He is able and enthusiastic and will Reiterated.
..' .. matter of prohibition or shall a few tutions meeting and making demands
,' 1' doubtless keep, the News well up to its Edmund Kean was playing In "Rich
counties of the state keep all the him at turn of life. The '
counties upon every ,>
: present standard. ard III. and the part of Catesby had <
of the state wet regardless of the training or experience in school tends to Starke Fla. .
.. --- -- to be taken by a low comedian, who ,
,4_ Eugene Matthews of the Starke Telegraph fact that a majority of them have voted prepare for this community life. Stand sauntered on to the stage at the wrong I it! .

I dispensed with his editorials last "dry?" by the school and help the teacher.- Willie-Mae Kiulaw returned j'I moment and uttered the famous

week. This is! the first time we ever In short there News. home from her ___
are no county lines in Arcadia visit to Georgia, and her words. "My lord, the Duke of Buckingham I '
knew Genial Gene" to get the hook I I,
worms. The hot weather may have a the controversy now before the people.In THE AUTOMOBILE SPEED CRAZE. many friends w re glad to welcome her Is taken." In the wrong place. Just 'th. Cur H. W nted. y

.. -. little to do with it.-Pensacola News. the interest o.f the whole state and home again, "still holding her same old Edmund clinched his fists In rage The poptjlar captain of an Atlantic }

: Not hookworms. Just Kingsley lake. every worthy person in it, vote for the There is undoubtedly an exhilarating name." but otherwise took no notice of the re liner has J. fine collection cf mal de
effect in fast driving. The desire to mark.
Roomy and cool bungalow; boat, fishing amendment which calls for state-wide The city market has changed hands. mer storlcn but easily the gem of the
speed over a smooth road as fast as the Later the comedian repeated the
tackle, bathing suit. Kerchug! See prohibition.-Brooksville Argus. Robert Cone, a well known young busi. lot deals ;4-lth a Philadelphia bridal
machine can be made to go possesses, words In the right place. and when

,. you later. ;) MIGHTY CHEAP TALK. sooner or later, many who ride in auto- ness man, has purchased it and has also the king expressed surprise at the couple. ;j
--- rented the
old postoffice his The brfcjrgroom. being on his first
building and news Catesby arms.'wnlkedboldly
Pshaw! This criticism of Governor mobiles. But it is a desire that must be
look like Caldwell
.. It begins to fitted it up for a barber shop. down the stage and remarkedto deep sea trip, continual tempestuous
.rc.. the News is trying to teach Gilchrist because he chose to support the checked. Every maker of motor cars, I
of Jasper
great actor in loud tones: weather pr< >duced agonizing results.
readers that its a good thing to drink man of his choice for the senate in tho every dealer in them, all the owners of Ward "1 .
his tlfy.IIMr. told you so before, Mr. Kean but -Take cs-e, Marmadnker! cried the .
late/ primary is mighty cheap talk. Because them should use their influence to lessen "

'licker. In his zeal to convince us and Mrs. John you wouldn't believe me. bride. '4rtat isn't the cure for sea.
a man is placed in office, it does the number of road disasters.-Miami Shriver and two
is the
that "local option" right way to children are sickness. ;.JKm't you see the bottle la

I handle the liquor trafio he has gone so not rob him of his personality or his personal News-Record. Mrs. T. R.visiting Collins at Port Royal, S.C. Nonroyal Headgear.One marked 'cJuboIle acid? "

far as to justify the drinking of whiskeynot rights. The most that can be saidis RESPONSIBLE FOR MULTITCDE OF EVILS. from her recent illness.Mr. is.slowly improring of tbfc attaches of the American "That's tte( bottle I want!" he groan-.

.' whether it was in perfect taste, but it embassy at London tells a story wherein ed.-New y >rk Herald.
intemperately, though we I
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Advertiser will the and Mrs. J.
The S.
prohibition Hall
I cannot be considered a wrong. It is a of Apalachicola Michael Joseph Barry, the poet, who

: add. --- right accorded public men everywhere, amendment to the state constitution were visiting here !ondsy. was appointed a police magistrate in I

The following gentle hint from the even our presidents.-Orange County because its editor thinks the best The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. Dublin was the principal figure. There YoU OWN BURDENS. ':. ,

Lakeland News to summer bathers is Citizen. way to deal with the liquor traffic is to S. Forsyth regret very much that they was brought before bun an Irish They! < fly can bear elhen burdens "'" ,

l- full of good advice: ."If people who go entirely prohibit the sale and manufacture anticipate moving away. American charged with suspicions conduct wl quietly and firmly bur .'j.t.

SOT SO VERY DEPLORABLE. of whiskey as a beverage. We Mrs. L. H. Hall, of The officer making the arrest .
in bathing would only remember that Orange Heights is their owjj burdens. The principle .
Prohibition Georgia is even greaterand know enough about whiskey to know visiting her daughter here stated. among other things that the -'
: they can get just as wet in water waist richer than this week. culprit was wearing a "Republican of service! involves the possession ofstrength.

deep as they can in many fathoms, there when we said its we increase reported of last assessed week, that no good.can come from it in any; Gilbert Reaves, of Kisslmmee. hat." .j.-- L To stoop m. pity one

would be fewer fatalities at these ashore wealth would be 25000000. The city shape, form or fashion, but on the other on a visit to his sister. "Does your honor' know what that must firihaye learned to stand

t.," or by lake or river. of Atlanta shows $ ,OOOOOO increase, hand we know that it is responsible for Mrs. Donaldson ani1 Mn Sparkman meaner was the Inquiry pot to the E" ,....
erect. bone who bean hts ,, ;
and the entire evils. This is own
J state 40000000. But multitude of our opinion of.Waldo
: !a were visitors court by the accused' lawyer."It .
1-' This section baa had more than its I just talk hear these Florida whiskey men and you can call us crank, fanatic last week.: to our little city may,be," suggested Barry, 'flit burden r,#:\ added to him the fur- A'
I about the deplorable condition of ,,
;r:. \ share of rain end crops are suffering, things 'in Georgia. Tallahassee True or jurt a plain fool, we don't care which. I W..6.Nabb: made a trip to Jackson it mean m hat without .A cron.-. ther bIes ih&t be bar oth- '-.:.-

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: :!I. 0 ff. C. T. U. DEPARTMENT. !i'I Notice of Election. el" Shipment of Matiiushek Piano Mk }; Just Arrived:

Edited by Mrs. D. E. Knight! j j I WHEREAS, the Legislature of 1909 under the oc/cn: _

t.....II II II II II II.,II.II__,.ttfltSI ..II.......... : GLOOMY Constitution of 1885, of the:State of Florida, did
I pa.three joint resolutions proposing amendments when hare i
The state president of the W. C. T. U.j j to the Constitution of the State of Flor- you The New Line at the EstablishmentAttracting '
t of F. O.
Mu and the same were agreed to l>varoteofthre. Colic Diarrhoea Miller Is
has asked that each local union make ai -fifths of all the members elected to each Cramps, .

'I. house to house canvass for members and i DESPONDENTTHINKING house: that the votes on said joint resolutions or similar troubles Much Attention
II were entered upon their respective journals, .
we would urge upon each member the with yeas and nays thereon, and they did determine with ,..J"P01 M .
OF THE and direct that the said joint resolution
':aimportance of this matter. Let each of -, be submitted to the electors of the Stateat
SUICIDE STUNT the election in Novemfor,1910.: P. O. Miller 419 West Bay Street a ;.
: us take active in this work and I general piano. '
an part j \
:Now, therefore I,H.Clay Crawford,Secretary nki\\ey Jacksonville has J
now on his floor full
in so doing create a stronger sentiment : ? of Srat-for the state of Florida do hereby give a Mr. Millej is doing a good business
I Iy. line of
notice that a Mathushek pianos, from the with the Mitfiushek
for temperance and add numerical (PEBBX *>jTlS'fIt : piano, and it is be
GENERAL ELECTION style N o. 11, at $350, to the ,
"* strength to the union. I never fails to give prompt relief. It's up Player lieved that liii-re will be more ilathu- '"
will be held in each county in Florida on Tuesday and Grand, at $750. There
[ We would also like to call the attention -I next
jf> of each temperance mother and O 4{ A. D. 1910\, the said Tuesday being the five of these, and other pianos, ou his ano on the fca rket. This piano is especially \
of Novemberfor floor, and this stock furnishes
Eighth Day an assort.
adapted to the
husband of the Florida
county totheimportance 1 climate.
I tin ratification ur rejection of the ",aidjoint. Notice ol Application tor Letters Patent ment from which anyone can be pleased. 1
There is ;
[ of seeing that each member of your re'lutionpruiMmini; the ameiidnn nts to rib per stock: of pianos, organs

family who can vote is properly quali s the Constitution of the :State of Florida, viz: NOTICE is hereby jriven that the undersign- Some of these instruments are offered and mi$)' sal goods anywhere than '....
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION, propping an ed intend to apply to the Governor of at rare bargain and
t: fied. The registration books are now amendment to Article XIX of the Constitution Florida on the 27th day of August, A. D. 1910 prices: on his easy J in the store fef F. O. Miller, and with his ".

of the State of Florida, relating to themanufacture for letters patent upon the propo-ed charter, a payment plan there is no. reason whyivery system of ct >rices and
in each
open voting precinct throughoutthe and sole (.r other' disposal, of copy of which ia published following thi- home should I easy payments
not be
county and we urge you to look well intoxicating. liquors aiul b vi-niji: s. notice. supplied with anyone can to 'e money by trading there.
cto. Be it nolv(< d liv the Li ja-lature of the State of ARTICLES OF !INCORPORATION: CITIZENS' -
after this matter. Your sons who have Florida:
I That Arti.-I.- XIX nf the Con-litution of the' BANK OF RAIFORD.
become qf age since January 1, 1S)00, State of kloidtbe: and the -unit I-, hereby, \ ... the undersigned, hereby associate our. John B. Stetson ;
will not have to pay poll taxes to vote ndcd so af> read as tollovArri ->: :011''r: and become'l hody corporate Universitv!
under the laws of the State ..f Florida, trod do
but those who became of to i !10. Xi X. Section 1. The mu1lfu'turo'Jul hereby make, LINCOLN HULLEY Ph. D. Litt D. LL. !
age prior !\ Sale, barter on'xchange, of intoxicating adopt, declare and :subscribe the f1..t President
that time want to be sure to have all liquors and beverages, whether "-pintuouvin..uo -, following iis the articles of our iiicoiroration: THE BEST SCHOOL IS NONE FOR ,
t AVOIFORGET malt are hereby forever prohibited l.-NAME:: AND PLACE OF BUSINESS.The :: TOO GOOD YOUR CHILDREN ,
poll taxes paid and to be marked qualified I II I in i in :State of Florida. exc< pt alcohol for inedleal. corporate name .hall h. the Citizen SEND THEM TO STETSOHCollegti :
\. -ri. tit ilh' or mechanical pun t>Mi', and BankofRiifordand it- ttl of Lu--
IT place
the books of their 49 Professors and
on registration .priuci Instructors !
WMI' -.icraiuwitjil l'urllOl-l'S; the naleoflnrhil inll shall be in the Tow Ruiford, Countyof o f Liberal Arts
voting precincts. I \\ < ,,11,1111111 nine fur tin- purposes afore- Bradford and State of Florida. 17 University Buildings Colleg; fLaw
,ai(!1. .'laU! b" r< ;Ciliated bv la1'h. \\". 28 Acre Campus
No doubt there will be some one who I : > : ':. l.< Ki-!ature .hall enact suitable :2.-NATURE OF BUSINESS TO BE TRANS CQlIe e' of Technology
SIMMONS LIVER lau t.r Tae enforcement ,.f the provisions: ACTED. 581 Students Last Year College' :)f Business .
will see that all "wt""oters are prop REGULATOR tinar'i''1 1Si >-. The general nature of the bninejtol.e $250,000.00 Endowment Prepara'ory
have Stir the Uver c'I.: Tin-! artlelilull go into effect on the tratisntedshall be that of a general banking Academy
erly qualified, and as we no special to Healthy Action 15,000 Volumes in Library
first day: t.t July, A. D. ls ll. business with all iwiwr H> i, provided II\l the Normal! rid Model Schools
party to look after the "dry" voters and statutes of the State of Florida goveniing"business S10.000.00 Pipe Organ School,!>f Mechanic Arts

qualifying we take this method of asking MAKES LIFE WORTH LIVING. A JOINT! RESOLUTION, proj>o-ins amend of-wch} nature. 10 Large Laboratories Science School f Music
Article V of Constitution of the CAPITAL :STOCK. Unsurpassed General '
Equipment School
that each and Fine Arts
temperance man (\\f
t St.itiof Florida, relative tu the Judiciary The
I amount of the capital stock of such corporation Separate *
woman in the county look well to this de|'artiii-nt shall be Fifteen Thousand Dollars, Christian and for jroun men and young women. Careful adahs ration and thorough la efYislo t
most important matter and see!: that all II Be it ri'.')lv(d by the Legislature of the State; of divided into one hundred and fifty ,shares of not sectarian teaching. For catalogs or views, for informtior>, r for room reservations, address

temperance voters are properly qualifiedin I Florida: the par value <.f one hundred dollars each. All JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY. DeL' ND. FLORIDA
That the follow, ing amendments to Article V of said capitaltook has;b ,en fully subscribed,
immediate families. of the Constitution of the Stat- of Florida relative and will be
your paid in full or as provide by seeItit8
Facts .
Interesting to Smokers.Do ,the department, to be numli're tion : olthe -- -- ------- --
to Judiciary : .: \ General Statute of the :Mate: of ---- -- I -
+ l :Seetion-; ; !*, W UJlHlllf said Article V, be .I'"lurlu'a.
QUESTION WILL NOT DOWN. yon know that in Cuba, to test and the same: are hereby agreed to and :shall besubmitted I Said; corporation may from time to time increase I, ,
Havana-tobacco, the leaf is rolled into a ; to the eb-etors of the state at thegeneral itscapital
Cleavage Made by Prohibit.on Enters cigar and lighted to get the taste, then after the election first Monday to he held in Novemlx-r on the first, A.Tuesday D. 1910, Thirty. Thousand Do'lars.J. i

the light is permitted to out and the to-wit -TERM OF EXISTENCE !
Into Every Political Contest. go for ratification or rejection :
cigar is again lighted, and if the taste is :bee.: :BI.! From and after the adoption of these The corporation .hall commence at the date .
Ala. 23 I amendments the Criminal Court of Record in of letters patent upon these Articles of Incorporation
Montgomery Aug. (Special) rank and bitter the tobacco is '
graded as and shall
and for Escmbin county ball be known the continue for ninety-nine '
-That the prophesy of the political inferior quality. Palm Smokers are always Court of Record in and for hail(county and in yt an.. JASPER NORMAL COLLEGE

y leaders who predicted a cleavage among sweet after Mighting. court addition and to the tin ir Judge present tht'rt.'of.hall jurisdiction: have the said, inIsc'iI1l1ia 5.-OFFICERS AND,, DIRECTORS.The ,
Do you know that cannot fin with the circuit business shall > conducted by the following
democrats for ten years because of the :yon get county officers and a board of not less than
er Havana tobacco in court of said and the Judge thereof, the -
cigar at county
any any five directors, who shall be elected
by the
hot the amendmentis
all other
fight on prohibition of
original jurisdiction cagesand
price than that \\ hich is in a Palm Smo- same and stockholders at each annual meeting.

true is indicated by' the race for judge ker'rDo issue matters! all and writs the vs same the power circuit court authorityto of said other A president officers, vioerprvsidentcashier as the said and such OPENS SEPTEMBER 13 I 0t" i

r in the second judicial circuit. This is a yon know that Palm Smokers are county and the Judge thereof, excepting and cap- authorize, all of which officers corporation shall be elected may \
ital and the to summon em-
.s special democratic race to select the made by Cuban hand workmen? Every empanel cases a grand: jury.power by journment the board of of the directors annual immediately stockholders'after ad ':, .
cigar will burn even and draw freenotlike The same rules of procedure and practice ml'etingj -
and their duties shall be
successor of Judge J. C. Richardson, prescribed in the
and rights of trial by judges ad litem and re-
cigars that are made in molds. aws. Said board of directors shall have : .
said circuit shall '
who was killed two weeks ago in an fereeswldch obtain court to the .
power appoint subordinate officers,
Do know that Palm said court of record.. The Governor :
Ton Smokers cost obtain in Nice Morhli
f automobile accident. dealers more than any other 5c cigar? may,in his discretion, order any one of the circuit the whose by-laws.powers and duties shall be provided by quiet, clean town. l and religious
judges of the State to hold one or more
1 In this race the inevitable question That is because they are worth a great terms or }carts of terms of said court of record. MEETING: OF STOCKHOLDERS. influences excellent. Health! ecord ..

arises, "How did your, candidate stand deal more. :Sec.10.. The Supreme Court of thn-Stateshall a The annual meeting of the stockholders of very
> have appellate jurisdiction in all causes of this corporation shall be on the first Tuesday of good. Board in the best homes $jj (
,. ? 'on the amendment" It would seem Do you know that the wrapper and which jurisdiction is granted to said court of January of each year. The officers who are to per week. : .
filler of a Palm Smoker comes from the record. Appeals and writs of error shall be serve as such until those elected at the annual Tuition in :
; that of all places, a candidate's"iews famous Vnelta Abajo district of Cuba prosecuted from the aidcourt of record to the meeting 1911 shall be qualified,ahal*be: literary department t )er month. ;e +
in accordance with the laws T. B. r u
a on a political question would have no supreme Court Handley President. ..l l
and that the same grade of tobacco is and rules! governing such proceedings from the A. D. Andrews, VicePresident.J. Courses '
. r' :; place in a judicial question, but while used in the finest brands of imported cigars circuit court to the Supreme Court. J. Handlev, Cashier. of Study:---Normal, CI ical, Scien- t .
t ? eDo Sec. 41. All the provisions of the Constitution Directors-T. B. Handley, A. D.Andrews. J.
;r the fight of a year ago is not figuring extensively and all laws I enacted in consonance" therewith H. Jones, W. M. Wh1tt n, O. B. Gordon H. C. tific, Music. .

its influence is being mani you know that if you have.not pertaining to the said Criminal court of Richard,J. C. Byrd. ,

T ( fested. In any race an "amender" can smoked a Palm Smoker, that you have manner record and of the the appointment officers thereof or election including and the the '7.-LIMIT OF INDEBTEDNESS.The Our principal holds first-grade ab state '
not smoked the best? terms of office and compensation of said officers highest amount of indebtedness or other i certificates :
a rest confident that he will get the votes shall apply with like effect to the said liability to which this corporation shall at any in and
c Do you know that a Palm Smoker has court of record and the officers thereof ('ept time subject itself shall be as limited by section Georgia Florida. H< rows: how ,-
of the "amenders" and "defender"can
e.' a that smooth, rich taste that is" so much as provided by these amendments. The present :2712 of the General :Statutes of the State of train '
rest assured that he will receive the sought in high grade Havana cigars? olffeers of said criminal court of record Florida.' to teachers. f r "
.hall he the officers of said court of record and 8.-THE INCORPORATORS.The .
' r votes of those who opposed the amend. Do you know that substitutes emoluments r :
may discharge the duties and receive the
names and residence of the For further {
I i ment. There never was before such a look the same as Palm Smokers, but of their respective ottu-es until the expiration incorporators and the amount of subscribing stock subscribed information address :'j; :-
E they will not taste the same? Insist up- of their present teems of office. The for by each of them, are as follows: .
strong line of cleavage within the party. salary of the Judge of .aitlconrt of record hall
on getting a Palm Smoker, then you l>e two thousand and five hundred dollars a Name. Residence. Shares.T. "

i. tr The "defenders" who won that fight know you are getting the best that mon year, payable quarterly by the county of Es- B. Handley__...Raiford, Fla.,__..-____. 69 E. F. FENDER, Jaspf Fla. f .
increased by the Legisla A.D.Andrews...._Raiford. Fla. ___
17l; by a majority of more than 27,000 have will buy. cambia,and may ,- 8J r
ey ture. T. H. Jones..,---____Raiford;Fla.::,_: ::. 10 819.3t J.
./ Ql!r all the best of these party divisions, ale The price of Palm Smokers is 5c and From and after the expiration of the term of W. M. Whitten.RaifordFla.--------" -- r.

are for sale at all first-class dealers. office of the present Judge the Judge of said : R. L. Lockhart..Raiford.,... .h._.. 1 f '
4: thou h in a few localities in the state court of record shall hold his office for four J.C.ByrdUaiford.,:.___..h_ 10 a

::'i' the local "amender" candidates have years. O. B. Gordon. ..,.Raiford, Fla..u.-.___ 10
q H. C. Richard___...dtarkeFi.10 r ,
., the best of it. Just now the hopa and I GOVERNOR WANTS ADDRESSES. JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amend In Witness When, the subscribing incorporators -
". ment to Section thirty-five; of Article Vof the
have hereunto subscribed their .
A of democrats of the ,
; wish the leading Constitution of Florida, relating to establishment names: "',

a'' state to heal the breach between the Small of courts.Be T. B. HANDLEY, ,
41! is Sum 01! Honey For Men WilD it resolved by the Legislature of the Stateof A. D. ANDREWS, 0 I I

Mi.. :>(, two opposing elements. They contend Florida: J. H. JONES
Served In Co. M.
That the following amendment to Section;
that the defeat of the amendment was tI rt-1ve! of Article V of the Constitution of R W.\1., L.:: LOCKHABT WHITTEN The Telegraph JOB Pi INTERY r' )
Tallahassee Fla. June
by far the better ending of the fight, Governor Florida is hen bv agreed to and hall be proposed J. C. BYRD \
i. and submitted; to the electorsof the:State
I Gilchrist holds small of O. B. GORDON,
and that having defeated it the fight a sum money for ap.,rov al l or re.j.ctionatthenext general H. C. RICHARD. '#
due te each of the following men, as i election hereafter, that is to say, -said Section Is equipped to do your Job t
should end. But somehow it Printing satisfactorily.
managesto thlrty. \"l' 01 aid Article shall be amended so STATE OF FLORIDA
members of M :First Florida /
: : follows
Ito nadtts :
bob up every time there is a race. County of Bradford. \ !
Volunteer Sec.' '). No courts other than herein cpeci-
Infantry, SpanisHAmericanwar Before me, an officer authorized to take
in their successful
The defenders
opposition fled shall be established in this State, except acknowledgements,
T. B.
11 t to constitutional prohibition argued which was recruited at and that the Legislature may provide for the crea- Handley, A. D. Andrews personally! J. H.Jones appeared, W. :M.: (
around Starke. The goveruer desires I tion and establishmontofsuch; additional judicial Whitten R. L. Lockhart,J. C. Byrd O. B.Gordon -
strongly that if prohibition was a circuits as may from time to time become and H. C. Richard, to me well l known to be 1 1t
the present i stoffice address of each of necessary, and for the appointment by the parties descrilxKi in and who signed the j
good thing and so proved itself by experience the Governor and confirmation by the Senateof
foregoing articles of incorporation and (({ '
; the prohibition law would remain these parties, if living.' If any of them I additional circuit judges therefor, whose acknowledged that they signed the sever same This Is Very !
} fire dead he desires the name and post. terms of office and general jurisdiction shall be for the purpose therein expressed."
; on the statute books unchanged. the same as herein provided for the circuit
addresses for, and Witness my hand and seal at Raiford. Florida r
office of their legal judges herein already provided may
'. : On the other hand, if prohibition failed, repreSl'ntati'"es clot he any railroad commission; with judicialpowel' this 22d:: day of July, A. D. 1910.
: l in all matters connected with the functions (SEAL) '
01'; under a constitutional amendment awrong'would > WASH. ICES ROBERTS -
of their office.
Osburn J. Benton John C. Carter
; be in the constitution Notary Public State of Florida. Irnporttnt:
Simon B. Hedges, John M. Jones, Dan The votes cast in compliance with said proposed Commission expires Feb. 21, 1914.'j'
; which'could not be cured. It was furthermore amendments and the canvass declarations -
that iel B. Kelsey, Oscar H. Martin, WilliamM. and returns! thereof shall be subjected to :
r out prohibition
; pointed
Smith, George O.: Siugletary Alta the same regulations and restrictions as are Churl t 0
of law for general elections in the Episcopal
had been established in 8? per cent. provided by
J. Williams, ElinerJE. Cain, Walter R. state of Florida. 8chooI9:00. :
,;;. 'the territory of the state under the operation Sunday ,
I have hereunto set '
In Whereof
Crowson, John A. Harris, James A. Testimony :Morning prayer at 11.
; of local option. When so established my hand and affixed the great seal toYo
I, \" Miller, Atture N. Wilson, Mark Chand- of the State of Florida, at Tallahas- Evening prayer 7:30.: -
it was working satisfactorily.But (SEAL) see, the (capital this twenty-fifth 0
ler John W. Freeman Sebron A. Her-
day of July A D.1SHO. 1
5:, it was also strongly argued that if 0'
< rington, Noah Jones, George L. Lemon, H. CLAY CRAWFORD,
Jl: r prohibition was forced upon a city or a Secretary of State.Master's .

!'I' large town which did not want it gen Joab G. Rice Jr., Julius H. Smoak, and to Your Sons

Henry. Timberlake, Isaiah D. Wynn, J'
lawlessness would result, which no Sale.
j d Lock Castlebury, George E. Dillon, Nurse Says
constitutional provision could cure. :
Alexander Malcolm, Owen Owens, JohnJ. Notice is hereby given that under and by and Daughters.'j\! : I
; Since the election they are pointing to virtue of a final decree or 'lOuremade and
i .t J 3, Ward. tf. rendered July 29.1910, by the Judge of the Circuit ,
cities "I know what Is
'.. i the deplorable conditions in as i Court of the 8th Judicial Circuit of Florida good I

::'t ', proof of their prediction. in and for Bradford county in chancery for .
people !
sitting, in favor of Emma Richard, complainant -
.:t:: 8-28-lt W. T. SHEEHAN -_ and against Carrie Floreus Carl Floreus, writes Mrs. Clara I

i a- Allis Florens and Louise Floreus, defendants, Dykstra trained Prof. Geo. C. Looney, with a of most !
the undersigned will offer for sale before the a nurse coips t.

I NATURE TELLS YOU. I court house door at Starke Florida, betweenthe of South Bellingham, talented and experienced educators well I the
,r l.
.. JOHNSFURNITURE legal hours of sale on Monday.SEPTEMBER open ",
Wash. "and will thatI

,:'1?{ .4'" As Hany a StarJte Reader Knows Too to the highest: and list bidder 5, 1910 for cash the consider, Cardui the say best first annual term- of the PHI SIGMA COL- \

""' L f "":. Well.. county following Florida described, to-wit land: situated in Bradford medicine for girls and LEGE, literary and military, at MeUose- Fla., .- 1 i

.tJ When the kidneys are sick, All that certain piece, parcel or lot of land women. It makes them 15th
: ; situate and beinll in Bradford county, Florida, on Sept. prox. ; .
,_ % 1.. Nature tells you all about it. to wit : The nwof the nw'4 of section 32, feel like new persons, relieves j'

.. k. ) The urine is nature's calendar. acres township, more 6 south or les-, range 22 east, containing 4U their pain and regulates This will be no ordinary school. In the first I t

'; or too frequent action- Master D. E. KNIGHT in womanly troubles. place, it is limited and select. Again, we turn our I i
Special Chancery. ,
i"Infrequent::.: Any urinary trouble tells of kidney I A. V. LONG "Both my daughter and I ti (

: _'. Solicitor" for Complainant. received great benefit boarding department, house manag riient and j f
: t.. ,,4: ills.Doan's Kidney Pills cure all kidney CO. \ Sheriff's Sale. E51 dining hall service over to a noble and| Cultivated 1 l'

f:_, ills. lady and gentleman, who know perfectly the ':

): Starke people testify to this. I is hereby given that I, J. N. Lang-
,; ,,. Mrs. J. J. Chaplin, Starke, Fla., sap: under and, Sheriff by virtue ot Bradford of that certain county writ Florida of execution koCARDUI proper methods of conducting a hotel,: and then ,

did Dealers in issued out of and wider the seal of the H i i'e
"Doan'B Kidney Pills me a great Circuit Court of Bradford county Florida, \\ condense all our talents and energies in. attention i

j' deal of good. I suffered from a kidney against W. C. Barclay and in favor of Smith t ,
... Furniture, Iron Bed- ::Manufacturing Company, a corporation, dated 'to our pupils. :: "
weakness for a long tim The kidney the 6th of July. 191 Oj' will offer for sale and

secretions were irregular in passage and steads. Mattings, Rugs, sell cash to at the the highest court and house best; door bidder in therefor the town for of The Woman's TonicAs Come, join our college class, and 'when you I

.: my back ached almost constantly, making Art Squares and Rub- Starke on Monday the a medicine for female have graduated with us you'll have soihething to j
find that 5TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER:: 1910 .
.. ::'.. it impossible: to a position beroid FlooringS the same being a legal salesdav of said court, trouble, no medi- rejoice over the rest of life. i ti i
was comfortable. I finally procuredDean' within the legal hours of sale the following described cine you can get has the your j ; {

Kidney Pills at the Starke Drug Hardware interest real of the estate said W.and C. all Barclay the right therein, title situ and old established reputation, Lakes, smimming, fishing, boating]1 and other k

Ob. and began their use. They soon removed ,a+ ated in Bradford count, Florida to-wit: Ni$ that Cardui has. f lv
J of swl4 and sel of section 28, township 4 south: pastimes abundant. \ ; i ; 1e
Cutlery and +
the backache and it was not long Crockery. range :21 east, 240 acres: or so mush thereof as fifty (50) years of success 1 1

before the lameness and soreness left. willbe necessary to fully satisfy said executionJ.N.LANGFORD.: that it has
f .We carry the Magnetic mixed and CO>lt3.
The kidney secretions are now regularin stood the greatest of all f.}
Paints and Oils. Sheriff Bradford Co., Fla
passage and I am feeling better in J. E. FLITCH tests-the test of TIME. Address for '
Come and at Geo. C.
see us. .
present ....
Attorney. t
every way. You are at liberty to publish Plaintiff's As a tonic for weak women \ )

this testimonial." ?*. TEEMS EAST Church Cardui is the befit,because Looney, Pres., 111 Confederate Ave;, 1 Atlanta,

For sale by all dealers. Price 60 cent*. Methodist DlrectOI'J.Suntay it is a <. Ga., or Capt. Wm. McGarry Comma ant Mel-
School 9:50 a. m.Preaching ,
,oster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, Johns Furniture Co. and 7:80 Pure, wonttOl re \ '! ': "
; 11 a. m. p. m. liable. ryea I \. rose, Fla. ] 8124tY' ,
.. sole agents for th8 United States. Epworth League 3:80 o'clock p. m. .
Doan's and Starke, FIa. meeting Wednesday 7:30 .
Remember the name Prayer p. m. : '
take no other. E. J. GATES, Pastor. 1 '- .

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{. Th* Pardon Paperweight. -- I ml1rmnnttmnrnr11nt1nn'n'ntnyt"rnntn"mm"n"mri P P i i t < :

Under the headline "A Queer Snnl" 1 THE'PRIZE H. C. RICHARD :,.....
... The Result of a Search Ipal Gift" a Vienna paper tells this A MONTHLY ; INCOMEI .. { \\
story: "In the year ISO a private sol I General InsuranceI .
Bier stationed at Sass killed an officer CUCUMBER! I

By ARTHUR W. BREWSTER of his regiment and was condemned to I I ( _

be shot. Comrades circumstances.who knew friends the extenuating I 1- By M.-QUADCopyright. companies represent and none will be but constantly FIRST-CLASS on the I For 20 years :or for Life! I.E I.

.' Copyright 1910 by American Press priests. relatives-ay pleaded in vain : 1310. by Associated Llt- alert to promote your interests. Guarantee Ie
} Association. for mercy the colonel in whose hands t' erary: Press. .
.f courteous treatment to all patrons.A :

.s the matter rested insisting on the well written policy by a first-class 1 I ,
.st My wife considers careless death penalty.. The day came and the On the kith day of June of a certain M PRUDENTIAL'S
me absentminded agent/ in a first-class company some I IVery w
man was taken to the place of execu year, at 3 o'clock In the afternoon when
a;, and generally untrust times means much in case of loss by fire ''fa
tion. Six members of his regiment I he was hoeing In bis garden. Deacon r

worthy. She never gives me a letterto armed with rifles one of which contained Amos Gray straightened up to rest his H, C. RICHARD StarKe Ha t._ ---- :--=-=- .-=--=-_-:..:.=,,= -= ----- '
post wthout'Inslstins: tying f' 'Ix
upon a blank cartridge took their back and then and there decided tbnt

S ..' a string around my finger and a knot places as executioners. The man's he would ma'rk' the Widow Si>concr. =..=. NEWEST IDEA iri Life Insurance! ''; to

In my handkerchief Just as if 1 were a eyes were bandaged; and with arms lie had been a widower and she a DR. LEROY DENHAM = .. tbm.

}t little boy. She objects to my having securely pinioned he stood ready for widow for three'years. She lived near

more than fifty cents In my pocket at the volley, shouting 'Comrades, aim him In the village, and they had known --- DentistEdwards 5 At age of 30, for $100.41 a,,{ ear during }yourlife: m.Wl

one time because sbe declares I never well!' when a mounted courier dashed I each other before marriage. iI I i (a saving of $8.37 month) your; family will receive .- Pdw
Her garden needed hoeing. lie set
N stop after buying a cigar to receive my Into the crowd waiving a white flag Bldg Starke, Fla. after death $$30.00 Every Month for :
crying 'PardonT lie was Lieutenant about it. It gave him a sort of sense: :; your .o/-/
change and half the time car conductors oI(
return me ten or fifteen cents' Baron du Mont, with the colonel's of proprietorship. It was her garden -_. --- 20 years, or $7,200.00 in all! ; ;;"
now, but after awhile I *would be hIs .... be
blC'b"ould been
short change. I' pardon have useless J -
lie had been at work for of R. F. ENSEY rP ha
i '1 )My wife bad It arrived one minute later. a quarter At cosjtj the income would =! )
; recently went to the country an hour when the widow came to the I .. a slightly higher ( 30
leaving cards stuck up all over the! The municipality secured the five Civil and Mechanical EngineerOLD
: I open kitchen door and diseoverd him ::: continue for life. i v 9 1 hI
house bearing such miserable injunc bullets from the tiring; squad, had them I : .
and called out: TOWN, FLA. I II.- d == ot
tions silvered and mounted in the form of a r-
as this: "Take the silver up- silver and "Why, deacon, this Is truly good of ,. 1 == !. == ,'
stairs at night. "Lock the front tiny pyramid on a plate. ,
+ door." "Count your change." Of this suitably inscribed, is known as you. I was just wondering" who 1 ntyJJTrars' Exwrienerilltlu'; ; =='ite for Hate at YOUR'Age and Learn How :: .' br

course I tore them down as soon as I'I' the 'pardon" paperweight,' the only ,one could When get he to had hoe my been: work an hour COl1tractfu'onert'tt' CVm.-truction and Kuii- 5= YOl: can Provide {ui Absolute Guaranteed Income ;; ba

she had left When I parted from her of its kind. the deacon 'uttered a few grunts and road Work: Sl't.cialtit', ,,i"SZ" for Your Family. j. :: .< a.W

at the station she told me that she bad 1 sighs and came to anchor on the step. --

loft her jewel case In her bureau The Useful Crocodile Fish. The widow was looking One for n woman Florida Land I.Kt-Luxated wit A'cl1raI'Y, i E. P. DUNCAN Special Agent -- 'i of
In the rivers and lakes of the Mexican :
drawer and made ,
4j; me promise that I of forty. She was robust and in -------- ..... ,," bL:
Tabasco there swims a
state of "
would go straight home and put it In good health. The services of a doctorvouldu't I STARKE FLORIDA.AGENCY :
=: 'I
fish known as the "crocodile usb" DR. N. W. FRANCIS i a ;
r the safe instead I went to my office ) be needed for many a long taith
Intending to home at noon and attend I which is most useful to man. -
go day unless she fell down the cellar
j : to the matter. I The skin of the crocodile fish it stairs. And she looked like a woman General Surgery a Specialty.: l jlljlljlijlljlljlljlljlljlljlijiljlljlljl 1 1 I jlljlljlljlljlljlijlijiijlilii I 1 I i co

It was three days before I removed properly cured, may be utilized for any who: would esteem it a privllogo to Office Hours, 10 to 12-1 to 2:30 ; i1 nr

, r v that Jewel case. Before doing so I I Ic 'I of the purposes for which the lighter build the kitchen fire every morningfor Mr*.Kate Pow..Matron in charge!office. ---- Jet
r weights of leather are employed. The Office over Mitchell's Drug Store. : i .
c examined the contents to make sureI' four weeks after the groundhoghad ,- 1.i lot
oil of the crocodile fish is a perfect lu- Starke, Florida. ;
j' the articles were all present, and come out and seen his shadow. noth
! found that a valuable diamond ring II bricant and also used for softening Yes, she was all right, and the deacon ';;
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: "tf always kept there was missing. It behooved I leather. In addition to Its qualities as opened his mouth and said: th

I:' me to recover that ring before a lubricant: and emolient the oil pos- "Wldder Spooner. me an' you have INSURANCE iI dvae
: my wife's return or take the consequences I sesses medicinal qualities for which a known each other a long time." COFFINS, I IUndertakers' 8 g ,

RY the nature of which I was: I I superiority to the finest of Norwegiancod "Yes. deacon." I :fKETS ';'
And a Full Line J. R. DA VIS & COMPANY .
liver Is claimed. The flesh of the
: quite aware. Fortunately the owner "Long before either one of us was au
l' :i. I crocodile fish Is extensively: used by I I
was to remain away several weeks. married. Supplies STARKE th
!. I advertised a large reward for the the natives as food and highly relishedby "1'es." ; FLORID In.Irv

..i 1Y r ring and no questions asked. A couple I them as one of the delicacies of the "And I guess we cllus sorter liked Always on hand. The best service q

: of weeks passed and nothing was heard country. Crocodile fish range In length each other." at the lowest prices. Special :

'l of the ring. from ten inches to four feet, and when "Yes." attention to Telegraph Orders. ,

I meditated having a duplicate made dried assume an ashen hue, with lighter "And now Abe is dead and Martha Is

rr with paste diamonds. But I had no shadings of a bluish tint-New Orleans dead and we are lonesome, widder. Registered Embalmer

.. pattern for a workman to copy and TimesDemocratPoor Why shouldn't we"- ,
!..t had little hope of deceiving my wife She waited but he stopped right. %WILLIAMS PAYS THE FREI6HI I

i.t. r If I had. She wrote me frequently Human Nature. there There was Sister Nancy. Hadn't i. Q. C. LIVINGSTON & Co. :

.. asking If I did this and I did that and The woman who had succeeded In he better sound her and see how she I Starke Fla. I

+p 1: ': if everything was safe. I replied that that rather difficult task-making a was going to take it? Yes, that would.. 211 West Bay St. -P. O. Box 401JACKSONVILLE, FLA.-

I l I did everything she commanded and I boarding house pay-was confiding to be the wisest way. He therefore be-

1.:.. & great deal more. When she asked I a friend some of the tricks of the gan to talk about the drought and J. J. WILUAH5 ,

; if I had put her Jewel case In the safe trade. other things, and after working for another

;- I said I had-but not when. Lastly I "While you must never allow your hour be went home. lie didn't GENERAL REPAIRINGI I CASE GOODS. HOMESTEAD CORN WHISKEY

;. ; when she asked If all the Jewels were boarders to get too far behind in their speak to Nancy-not on that subjectShe DESOTO RYE. 1 gallon jug, express paid__--_--..| 2 60;

i 7',. there, I wrote, "Your Jewels are safe," payments, it is also true that you will was trying to get supper with green have opened a general repair I 4 Fell Quarts Express paldS IS 00 SPECLVL OFFER. .

I of meaning that they were In the safe. profit considerably by allowing them a wood, and she was hopping mad. He shop in the building next door to ,j 6" ______ 7 00 Idle rook Whiskey in drums-Distillery I

I It was a miserable subterfuge, and I I little leeway. So long as you are sure split up a dry board for her and blew J. M. Alvarez's store and am pre- 112"I '. a ------ 12 75 ; Bottling. Express Paid.

was ashamed of It. of your money It pays a landlady to up the fire but be had lived long pared to repair Sewing Machines, i 12" freight paid______ 12 00 100 Pints in drum Express paid. |36 00
,f A week before my wife returned I have ber boarders a week or two behind enough to know that when a woman Watches, Clocks, Pianos, Organs, I WILLIAMS1 No. 10 RYE. ..
+w / I 200 Half Pints In drum 86 00
absented myself from my office, givingmy in their board. gets real mad she must have at leasta Guns,Furniture! etc. .
4 Full Quarts Express paid______$ 3 20 Soldi only drum Will not break dram i
time entirely to bunting the pawn- "I 'don't see that, Interrupted her day to get over it Next morning First-class work guaranteed.I I 6" 4 50 by ,

shops to which everybody knows stol- friend. I Nancy was so chipper that he decidedto carry a full line of machine : 12" .. .. 9 00 C RN WHISKEY Express Paid. :""
I en articles usually find their way. "Well. I'll tell you," continued the : take his chances without : 24" 9 50 :I
speakingto needles, oil and supplies. ------ Rocky Fork, per bottle Ex. pd...| 1 40
?r Near the end of that period I found. landlady. "When a man owes back her on the subjectIn OLD HALIFAX RYE. Rocky) Fork, per case ___12 75
the ring. I proved ownership, board you have him at a certain disadvantage W. J. WILSON, N. C. White 1 ___ 2 50 n
my or. the afternoon the deacon did 4 Full Quarts Express paid______$ 4 20 better, gal ;:
l ; y' rather, my wife's ownership, and set .Not one In a hundred under some more hoeing, and there was an- Phone 49 Starke, Fla. 6" 600 N. Q. White, fine 1 gal ___ 2 75 ',.J
such circumstances has the nerve 12 Lau -al Valley Corn, 1 gal" ___ 3 25 fh
t cured the property. Then I asked the other talk on the steps. Yes, the WIdow 12" 00 ;
proprietor how he came by It. He 'I at mealtimes to ask for a second help- Spooner well remembered his tak- SUNNY SOUTH RYE. YE WHISKEY-Express Paid. .li

told me that It had been brought to ing.-New York Times. ing her to spelling school In the old 4 Full Quarts Express paid______$ 2 75 ; Per Gallon. "

him by a woman who acted as a go- days. She remembered their Eliding You can't sow thIstles and 6" .' 4 00 QueJ-n; City__________Express paid |3 50 }
between for persons who wished to The Human Lobster.. hills together; she could recall the red reap ferry igs.; Seeds If you plant: 12" II ". __uu 8 00 Sun y South ________ ", 275
i pawn articles but were too respectable The lobster has always appealed to apples he used to give her. STOW exactly a what you 36'" Pints. 12 00 RyejMalt_-_________ 8 25
to be seen entering a pawnshop. He the Englishman as affording a nick. them you expect and in YELLOWSTONE BOURBON. Hurdle Rye, SpeciaL" 4 50 j
I "Happy days was wldder- a profusion Ove bolt __________ .. 4 50
: r address for bis fellow u
name Englishman.
; gave me the of this broker,and happy days," he sighed. and perfection 4 Bottlesexpresspaid------- RicH Hill 4 50 I
:' I went to see her. "Lobster" was a favorite term of abuse never I Case, express paid,- 12 75 :
t.\. "Yes, they were. excelled. Placter _::::::::::: 5 CO
t :. .1. "That ring was stolen," I said to her, among the Elizabethans though It Is "But now you are a widder and I ama Fifty OLD BOONE Old ;Boone___ _____ IS 00
:; "but I don't suppose you knew this only conjectural that an allusion to red widower." years of Bottled in bond by the U. S. Gov'm't. W' isms' Private Seal" S 00 \ when you pawned It. If you will tell faces was conveyed. signifying a "Yes.11"And experience Study and 4 Full Quarts, Exp. paid! _____._$ 5 00 ALCOHOL.
soldier, "lobster" originated In the i make 12 Full Quarts, Exp. paid_ 12 75
me who brought it to you I'll make no :I both of lone them re- ; '
; trouble about your receiving stolen : civil war. being applied to the Roundhead us goldurned Everywhere.liable. Far sale 24 Full Pints, Exp. paid_:-________ 13 75 One Grade Only and jug Ex. pd. $4 50 It
property" cuirassiers, as Clarendon explains some." 1910 Seed Annual Ferry's' 48 Full 3 Pints, Exp. paid_____ 15 00 GIN];,, Express paid, 2 50, |3 25 and 4 50 tu
1 am sometimes very, very lone- free on requestD.
She said that she couldn't leave her "because of the bright Iron or

shop at the time there being no one to I shells with which they were covered." some."But we needn't be, widder-we M.Detritt.FOtXT Uck.F CO. Send us a Trial Order. .

take her place, but If I would call the Afterward the allusion was transferred ... < at
'1 next afternoon she would take me to to the soldier's red uniform. But needn't"Well1He be. S'posin' "'':!'t.1 ar

the thief.I that was the "boiled lobster." The"raw : at
lobster" was naturally the man In couldn't go ahead. The thought ate
took the ring home and put it In its
t .. blue, the In earlier dayswe had Just struck him that she might th
place, glad: enough to escape the obloquy -
have a wooden leg or a stiff knee and MEDICINAL
that would Have been heaped find Grose explaining that "to boil WHISKIESWe
I ,./ \ upon me for my forgetfulness. That one's lobster" meant for a clergymanto would make that an excuse for not mSt

1 ( night my wife returned and found the become a soldier.-London Chronicle doing the washing and ironing. He ut
could dimly remember hearing that
s house In good condition and nothing Want to Sell You co
she had fallen from an apple tree and
'. missing. I felt very fine over this, assuming to
The Man With the Iron Mask. broken a bone somewhere. He would ht
;o-.J r some superiority by telling her
The Man With the Iron Mask wasa wait and make inquiries. It thus came
't that for her to leave out the Jewel THE GLENDALE COMPANY If
'. 1'i : case Just before going away was simply mysterious French prisoner of state about that he went home again with
been satisfactorily nothing decided. Now, the deacon wasa 81m
whose Identity has never -
} hurried home
shocking. If I hadn't SIG. SAMUELS :
established. He was closely great county fair man. He always \ Prop. 'at
:. to take care of It something might
of M. de St. had an exhibit of chickens or JACKSONVILLE FLA. TENN.
J. have been lost. She made no reply, confined under the charge eggs CflATTANOOQA' 81

... "ii. and I was glad she didn't, for It would Mars at Plgnerol in 1679, at Exiles In vegetables He believed that If any- 13 to 21 5. Laura St .I 318 E. Ninth St pr
tl I 16SL at Ba1nt -Marguer1te In 1687 and thing could save this world from the
,;,. : have been a catalogue of my own past 8t
finally was transferred to the Bastile fate of Sodom It was the Methodist religion .
offenses. m
f' .
'. In 1608. where he died on Nov. 19 and a county fair held every Oc-' Qlendale's Famous ,
The next afternoon I left the office Glendale's Queai Elizabeth Rye Whiskey IS
1708. and was buried the followingday tober. At that very moment he was
early and called on the woman broker
who was to show me the thief. She In the cemetery of St Paul under raising a prize cucumber to exhibit It I "Pride of Maryland" A Whiskey Your Physician Will Not Hesitate to fan
the name of MarchlaU. Dumas made was only a foot long now, but It wouldbe 'Prescribe.
was ready for me and we sallied forth or
r him a twin brother of Louis XIV. a rod In length before time for pull- EXPRESS
took led
p together.: The route we my PREPAID EXt RE33 PAID. tk

I way, which was, to say the least, convenient Ing.Deacon 4 Full Quarts------ $2.85 4 Full Quarts___-L________u____________$ 5.00 at
o. l She finally turned Into the A Volcano. Gray let a week go past with- 8 Full Quarts.---- 5. 0 8 Full Quarts______:----------- _____---- 9.50 nc
----------- -----------
r street hi which I lived, moving In the "What Is a volcano r asked the out seeing the Widow Spooner. He got 12 Full Quarts .__u___ _____u_______________ 8.50 12 Full Quarts______,,------------ ________ 13.90 bt
direction of my borne. What was my teacher.______n up one morning and stepped outdoorsto
'" astonishment when she stopped at my "A mountain with a fire Inside," Inhale the fragrance of the air be- er:

1.'r' own door? said one. fore sitting down to breakfast About J

"All right," I said trying to conceal A smile of comprehension spread the'first thing his eyes lighted on wasa Glendale's Celebrated Qlendale's CelebratedPRIVATE wer

y feelings. "Now describe the thief." over the puzzled face of the smallest woman standing over his prize en "GREEN RIBBON" STOCK CORN

"" .. She described my own wife. pupil as she asked surprisedly, "Is thata cumber. It was the Widow Spooner.She The Whisky that Made us Famous EXPRESS: PAID.

I i It was now a clear case that the mountain range?" had an ax on her shoulder, and her EXPRESS PAID 4 Full Quarts,Assorted____________----------$3.00 a1R

!" .,ewe! was not In the case at the time r Jaw was set 4 Full Quarts _____ ,______ ____-------------$3.20 8 Full Quarts_____1_____u __u_____________ 5.75
.I' ; of my wife's departure. Being curious A Pungent Player. "Why, widder, what does this mean?" 8 Full Quarts-----____--__________--_ _u___ 6.00 12 Full Quarts..__ ____d___________ _____ 8.30 Sr
12 Full ____________ __ _______ __
} ,. to know why she had pawned It, :I The comedian bad his benefit and asked the deacon as he sauntered out Quarts ? u u 9.00 This whiskey has no equal for quality, purl,
) o' "# wished to speak to her about the mat. thankful for the patronage of "kind to her. la the highest clad, pure raedlcHnal whiskey on the market : and bt'u
80 cents a quart
: ter, but if I did so I would criminate friends in front" I let off this impromptu "You have the same as asked me to ,..

I I :'.: myself In the matter of neglect I which was applauded: marry you.." she replied as she spat on > .

, 'F' .. waited till we were together one evening Like a grate full ot coals I glow. her bands and flourished the ax. Qlendsle's Famous
, 1 :" In her room before dinner and the A great full bouse to see. "But not right out" Glendale Malt
were 1 not gratetul. too
t ,I.-:: : jewel case was on ber dresser. I looked A great fool I should be. "But near enough. Deacon when Is RACE KING RYE

> I; .1" over the contents and asked: _. ---- It to be?" We will send you EXPRESS PAID EXpRESS PAID.

r "M y dear, I don't see your double I More Important. "I can't say. Wfcftt are you doing 4 Full Quarts--___--_____________________$4.00 4 FuWQnarte$3.00

.diamond ring here." I. "See here waiter: i found a cellar with the ax?** l 8 Full Quarts_______________ ____________-- 7.75 8 Full Quarts: ___,----------_______.________ 5.73
x. Then she confessed that she had button In this pie!" "In two weeks, deacon or I chop 12 Full Quarts______________________________ 11.00 I 11 Full Quarts_____----,-----_______ ________ 8.30
pawned It to get a scapegrace brother "Didn't see nothln of an umbrella. your prize cucumber In two!" I[ It Is superior in'will way to hundreds of brands of Bye It is pure mature and mellow.
:that you asked to pay 1.30 a quart for. ,
of hers out of a scrape.I did yo'. boss? Dau was one Jos' bean "Lordy, woman!" :

looked very erl.oaS.X discovered las' night"Scrtbner's Magazine.Lead "Do I chop!" :

F. .1 ,' i the loss when I put your case in the "You wouldn't go to chop that cu"I I We have been in business 25 years selling direct to the consumer, guarantee satisfaction, or your money is returned

safe" I said.MJ have recovered It Pips TTwo weeks deacon or three or on request. Our terms are strickly Cash. Money or express order must be sent with your order. Our complete mall Cc
Here it Is." Lead may be melted and when cooled four? Speak Qulckr' order catalogue will be sent on request. All orders shipped same day when received. Let us prove to you oar aae11ionl

Y I banded It to her and told her bow to the solidifying point may be 1 "Waal, say about three! by sending as an order ; -

; 1 supposed It bad been stolen an4 found squirted. .In this manner lead pip Is And three It wan pad though Nancy

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. >, : HER SMILE home. t.,We were ,astlll engdredopon When the late Pierre Lorillard! 'xras GAINESVILLE j TALLAHASSEE. '

the question of avoiding t I Shrewd a boy. his mother being annoyed b* A Superior But ',
Inexpensive Institu- CtfWe '
i of Art*inl Sctencts Normal School.
thought we were a trial of the case moths that destroyed the'woolen clothing tion for Florida Men. i
t I Young s-hool of Music School
of Art. School of Ex-
: but no nearer solution.; Then all and other material of the household -
got a American Girl
) r. F .nr en1l"agricultural p..lert cti .sgio i if .
I !Jp- :! Scb< cl Home Econn Firttsieni. -
I, ,! ': Where Other of a sudden the I lacy: returned to the agreed to pay him a cent npiive' 'ion.. .itavrl'elry :: .,nJK/ ;'ro't-, rrfew wt7iprerntItdmnghont.' .
tr Things Failed It } .....1":1111:"_ M''I "vrcent. inTen*. in tt"l'hll) '. Tuition frte. .
i '. city leaving ui.-mer just where they ;i for evi-i rnotb be would kill In the ,.-t :" ,II' .AfiactiTt'iuiciurt.: Fee C'";,,, ""f1-.repel--wR'tp low. For Information ad-
:. Worked Wonders. had stood Irom the :;rst.I I I { By HELOISE CLAYTONCopyright. house 'i i l bring to her. Jjfae same I 1 i..gut .....11',"", _\. A. Murphree. 1)rt'ii.Jclt.: ii.t'-. C.iwrd Cb nzdi. President.

. .. put into oinTiition the legal machinery I: bargain was made with his" brothers. .
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., / By EDWARD C. BINGHAM. bound to admit that Jurbert bad a.. time Mrs Lorillard noticed ttiat while 1. "Y"' l
., good case.: There was very little evidence f..t the other children collected from herat 1
copyright 1S10. by American Press Arson ,Miss Christine Atherton. an English I 1k
elation] in writing, but what there was intervals trom 10 to 25 cents. I'ierre I -
I e 'girl whose birth had been of
, W I am an attorney In a village about would count fur a ;good deal. For my ordinary : drew on her frequently for a Si l at a I $ $ 4 4a
parents, was a guest at the seat of the
which part, having nude the acquaintanceof time. Indorsing his dRtftsuwlth 100 \
: cluster number of
' a
r prosperous 'Duke of Hrentnard. '
Miss Athertonwas a
, the widow. 1 did not attach: any ; dead moths. lo\"esti atlo'rE''l'alt' EXPERIENCED) :! ;: I
.i E farmers. in hwitb the duke's oldest! 'I
f serious meaning to what !she: had written ( the bent of the future financier! ::1" $ =
, One day a man named Hugh Jor- iaud' heir $
the of Illddleton.ftAmons
; I Marquis '
, I but the cold lieu and ink words I well as his early adaptability to
,. be11'came into my office and asked me the guests :at the duke's resl- BUSINESS lEN ,
,' apparently meant quite enough to Justify I ods: governing; the lDNh'l
E to take a case for him. Jorbert was dence. Slipper: Grange was a Kansas 'I .: i
i. a finding for the plaintiff.! 1 laii|' wealth. Having procured, from c.
.. thirty-two years old and a fine specimen out my plan of attack, got my written girl. Miss Edith Brown the daughterof : rier some (pieces of fur -thrown a war I I II $ Eliminate ;t $ '"'
i po-iM.' risk from
. every :: their
who If he had been titled would financial
of He evidence all whore I I'could one I Infested with
a man. was well lookln:;. lay m | bE'C:1ustbE'Y were .
,1r I well off and a bachelor. When be stated hands on It and put all the papers: iii have been called the prince of packers. I moths, Pierre secreted them in an old The more bustIers: year* to tfifir credit -
, I' Miss Bro,," was expected to inherit a the more conservative they becom"Jiht'% '
his case I was astonished A the safe pending; the trial. But I did chest in an unused closet There the more $
: 1 young I not put the widow in the safe.: ThatIs. I, largej fortune, and this was the reason I quickly accumulating moths were care they give to th? potectioa. of: th.'lr money
from the
I c widow city, twenty-f, our years I put her thero. but she would not '| for her being at Stopper Grange for baukj-d to be drawn upon whenever act! the building up of their Bank Credit.f.}
old. had spent a summer In the ,
. ",' neih-I; stay there. She was constantly: look- the Brentnards: were not overburdenedwith the inventor and perfecter of the enterprise $ When I
.. borhood and had turned the heads of Ing at me from anywhere nowhere I ready (cash and the marquis was : required pocket money. you work S.T bard to get mono din you

I,. ., ; i half the young men who had met her. with those eyes of hers aud that imperturbable -., on the lookout for a wealthy Americani I afford to take any unnecessary risk in pUihg for '' _
it? i
... ".,. { : Jorbert wished me to bring suit for smile, as much as to say: I i wife. Knighted Actors.It $ .

I. ".it Dim against her for $25.000 for breach "Dear nie: What a funny aTair: this! I Now. Miss Brown bad no more reverence I Is an odd fact that of the English Why not follow the plin; o! the snees !fllb'llSi.(

. '. of promise to him. Is!" for a title than for a membership actors knighted all but one had first T
. marry I .. man-start a Chec : account wtt.ijj! us;;and
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; I When the case came up for trial 1 of a sewing society. She was one
to the under which they
legalize names
ps -No such suit bad ever before been handle your income in a sift, systemat'+i nlanner.BANK .
. "6 ci t in the made the discovery that a young lawyer j of the kind to s 'e through a millstone j had won fame. The question arose
. brought county. Such a suit -
. ; Just admitted to the bar. one of I and it was plain to her that the marquis ;, with the first proposition to confer $

... ,I, had rarely anywhere been entered bya the men whose hearts she had: I wanted her for her money and ( knighthood oa a gypsy. It would be OF STARKE'STARK
. man against a woman and Jorbert wrecked was to conduct her I i i
. case. I hiss Atherton wanted the marquis for absurd so to honor one John Henry
. was the last man I should ever suspect also learned that: the defendant had (
. himself. Brodribb. Yet such
I legally no personas E FLA.
ss of wishing to demand damages for his been in town a fortnight: and, althoughshe ; "So long as I doa't want bin iny- "Henry Irving" existed. No such {:

. blighted affections. had not been to see me, she had self.; mus'dIiss Brown "whyshouldn't I, obstacle had to be overcome when. on $ E. JIATTHEWS, L.;:;fa Y1 RAY, '
I endeavored to dissuade him from I I
made the of the
acquaintance Judge
I 1 help: this young English the occasion of Victoria's diamond PKESIDEXT: OASI1ERDIFEl.ORS :
. taking action in the matter, saying 1 before whom the rase would be tried.I i ,
. girl to get him?
; jubilee. Squire Bancroft knt'ltwfore: 1 .
I that it 'would only injure him In the knew then that I had nothing; to hope I ;
Now Ull'reis a skeleton in the
his queen and arose sir squire. However E. S. Matthews !
G. C. Liviig
a community and would do no good. Now for in the \\'aof. rulings from that Brentnard closet. The duke, who wa: I tonThe $
the three actors knighted by '
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and again one of these fascinators are Judge. I considered it fortunate that Darby .John Ugfcjw
I an old man, was a kleptomania'. lIe I King Edward bore cotmomens of their p
- let loose on the community and da a the Jury would not be impaneled until was not allowed when iii the city to own invention. Sir Charles Wyndhamwas : A. H. Freeman *

Jot of harm among the men; there was the beginning; of the trial or she I go into the shops without a footmanto born Culver well, and Sir John $ $ '

no way to stop them or to punish woujd doubtless hold every one of I follow him and pay for what he Hare Fairs. As for Sir Herbert Beer- :

.' them; the best way was to Ignore them by the heartstrings. As they stole. When the old gentleman appropriated
bohm Tree his brilliant wife once put ."" .
them. If men were so foolish as to be were being: .seted: : and she was askedIf I an article the footman would .
it Tree' is a fantastic thing we just t
duped by them they must take the con- she objected to a juror she said. step up to the clerk behind the counter tacked on. We're all plain Beerbohms ---- I 1rMoneyjacK.
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sequences 'Oh, no nut the slightest, and smiled. from which it was tuken and say: :--1 -
-plain as brother Mu.Argonaut.The t'p
But Jorbert was bent on pressing his just smiled at him; that's all she needed ''Is grace is shopping today. 'Ow

salt, so 1 wrote a preliminary note to to do to make sure that he would much for the 'and mirror 'e took?"
Old English Prize Ring.In "
the widow, informing her that I was find verdict for her. "I see" the clerk would reply. "That :.

-- instructed by my client to claim damages For my part. I found a temporary one Is three and six." the latter days of the English '

for his wounded affections and antidote in my professional position.I This would be followed up by other prize ring innumerable expedients had
to be devised:! to bring off a fight A 1 Your
WOuld be pleased to receive from her a I became absorbed in my work of plac- purchases acquired in the same way : "
favorite> plan was to pitch the ring on
ing my evidence before the Jury in Its and duly paid for by the footman.
the borders of two counties so that
most favorable I it
light. Though say There was nothing upon which the

myself. I did my work well and madea marquis was so sensitive as this maniaof the question of magisterial jurisdiction .

,, very strong case. As for the defense, his father. He had made every effort might be rendered difficult Another i

r there was no defense made worthy of to avoid the disgrace, even to an plan was to charter a steamboat and I If! You Are Not SfllisfiedUndYour i 1 .
proceed down the Thames to some
the name. But all the while the widowsat attempt to shut his father up but as +, r

in the presence of the court and kleptomania is not a form of insanity lonely police forsaken spot. in the : Trial Doesn't Cost
marshes of Essex. For the memorable a m.
.A. smiled. If the judge was called uponto that warrants confining a person In .
make a ruling she smiled at him bedlam the duke maintained his lib- contest between Sayers and Heenan in

O and he ruled in her favor. If I was erty. 1800 a special train was run from Ixin- -- ;1H .

making a strong point against her she One morning! Miss Brown remainedIn don bridge to a secret destination.But .

(' smiled at me and I desisted; she her room when the others were downto the passengers who comprised for

60 smiled at the jury the spectators the I breakfast and being alone on the i members of parliament peers pickpockets same goo s

t reporters-any one. every one in the floor went into Miss Atherton's room pugilists. clergy: ; and it is

courtroom. I took all the jewelry the poor girl had. said. a few bUhops. cheerfully took less ;: 1

3ry t ,, When the evidence was! an in and I carried it to the duke's apartment uuc? tickets Mtnpiy i : marked: "excursion." money. .
the rebuttal had beeu made-or. rather. -j:I slipped it Into thus pocket of a coat she They p-p,'uily found themselves; nearFarntxiroiipu. S

00 had not been made-the case was I I| found haugng in a closet Then she in Surrey where the Prompt service and

00 I submitted TO the jury. I knew before I' went downstairs to breakfast. fight ()('('urrf'll.-I.utitlon Chronicle. N

am they retired that the widow had made After the meal Miss Brown kept Miss .. -_ .

, tri the impression 011 them as she had on I Atherton under observation so that she Original: of Falstaff.Sir I polite attention. I ) i i1 :

every one that the whole affair was a might be the first to meet the Englishgirl John Fi>iot: was the original of I ; __ .

40 farce besides having captivated tht-m. ;' after the discovery of the loss. Jest' Shak'speari's\ Falstaff aud in his day I

50 75 l They were out tea minutes aud returned -I I before luncheon Miss Atherton came was a continual butt for the jests of \\1 iii.I '

1 l lI finding for the plaintiff and out of her room with a terror stricken II the town and borough of .

75 25 awarding a damage of 2 cents.A I look on her face. Miss Brown was in Though; he had fought at 8outhwark'j' "

very small sum to pay for a broken the hah1. I when Jack Cade invaded the borough. Mitchell the Drll Mall ,I!'t

heart. I "My Jewels!" exclaimed Miss Athor- I be showed great cowardice. When I II I II uD ? ; r

on.O When the widow I left the courtroom ton. j I Cade was: yet some way off Fastolf 'i iI I '

every man Iu it rose and bowed to.'! "What of 'em?" asked Miss Brown j I bad armed and fortified his bouse and 'I
,25 her as she passed out. She smiled on putting a finger on her lip to enjoic: .,i garrisoned It with veterans of the SJarkc Florida{ i '
. 50 us all. It was not a smile of triumph; caution. French wars. On the arrival of Cade I

. &50 J It was a smile of good will. Any other :j j I nThe :'re gone." I however be withdrew his garrison and -k- JJ.: .

.60 : kind than the latter was not to be j! UIIlstj: The duke? You know his I fled to the Tower leaving his neighbors ,

. 00 I il. conceived of from this woman who j; failing?" I to the mercy of the rebels. Fas- ,

-' 00 seemed to possess a heart big enough !J! "I've eard of It." I tolf matrimonial adventures !seem: also I II __ h ___ ______ ,_ __ _____-> __ ____,_ _
,00 : "I SAW THE JCD3E." to take in all mankind. j j I "DonH say a word about it The to have been another source of unpop- '

I for settlement. Although The matter being settled. I saw no I marquis would never forgive; you." I. ularity. for having married a widow 11
ti proposition
i \\1 p: reason why I should not call upon I "Do you really think it best?" named Scrope. he seized her property ,
f It September she bad not yet rr-
.50 was
Mrs. Alvord. As I entered I met her "I do. I and kept his stepson out of his inheritance Lands For Sale: .
.50 : turned to the city and within a day Ii
attorney coming out. lie looked like a I "And I must lose the gems? during his own lifetime.-Lon
into office. "
:: ? man bent on suicide. Strange to say. "Xever mind that; they will comeback don News. I
i 1j lire. Kate Alvord was unique. Small II 1. Selected best grade
his condition did not prevent me from I !: to you. I Unimproved Truck ai'l) -'arm Lands k
Blender with a black eye never at rest within one to four miles of Starke m lots to snit haer fron
; That par -
taking his place proposing to the widow -I night at dinner Miss Athertor "Great Expectations. I ;
{ 5 acres up t> 500 acres or more. At actual .
and a perpetual smile forever playing; : : E king values
yrJ present-
appeared without a particle of Jewelry. Charles Green. of Dickens' illustrators
- and receiving; in reply a smile anda one i aud on Owned niL.1ionV r
easy payments. by DI'self-no
about of exquisitely cut lips co ,: or
she a pair to be Quite able to walk I refusal. I had not got a block away The marquis noticed It but made bad two models one of speculations. Nobody to consult except: ] myself anrjth > purchaser.. a .

lilt --- nnneared of from the house when I saw the judge I no comment. After dinner be joined\ I whom was a likable fellow while the I Fine opportunity for young or old to build up and ojtu p i home a dmakl3 }

through a whole regiment men who had conducted the trial walking I :Miss Atherton on the terrace. He other. Gregory: by name, was a greedy. i iI the easy payments out of tile sail. Low rat 5 ol interest oa

). mowing them down as she proceeded. in the direction from which I had never noticed the absence of anything I I I self seeking character always think- ,' all deferred payments. If you want to own a horns! ne IT a prosperous .

She had not been In the office five minutes come. I knew that he was going to belonging to any of his guests with leg of himself and his perquisites. town, come and see me, whether you have m .ell or little

before I began to feel myself follow In my footsteps and to meet the I out dreading: lest his father had purloined When Green was on his deathbed: | money for first payment.
I endeavoredto 2. Residence lots in Starke. one to four blocks fi
under spell. im depot.
coming a f and ,
same fate could not learn that any it."Christine Gregory was very officious one 3. Beautiful
induce her to consider the matter ID of the jurymen tumbled In on me and ; ." he said. "why did yov: day Green noticing this said to him: I I summer resort lots fronting Kin sl y Lake.

hand seriously but failed. 1 asked her the Judge, but none of them had any l'aoff your jewels today at dinner?" I "Ob. 1 haven't forgotten you. Greg- j C. L. Peek, Starke, Fla.

if she proposed to settle or stand suit. acquaintance with the widow.A "Oh they're so insignificant. she ory; got you down in my wilL" I .:

She sinned and said that she hadn't few days after the trial and our said. "compared with what the otbei At the funeral Gregory Invested in a I|

made up her mind. I proposed that defeat Jorbert came Into my office to ladies wear." wreath and duly attended to hear the '

'she have an Interview with my client. settle lie was the only man connected will read- I' ,
up. )IJss Brown for Instance. --------- ------------- -
N. She smiled again and replied 'Not at with the case who bad had no The lady named had that day appeared -I Green had kept his word, and the -

present. When she left me not onE connection with it except to bring the llt'dlzenl'd"Ith: a small fortunein model was not forgotten. I Iii -
step had been taken toward compromising suit. Of all of us he seemed in the diamonds. "'1'0 my dear friend Gregory" ran I

- the case or fighting it. I had most contemptible position. The jury "!It'rs are very handsome." the document. "I leave for his kindness

.. gained no evidence from her as to how had virtually snubbed him by deciding "Umph: TIH' Americans don't to me. an illustrated edition of

far the matter had gone between her in his favor und assuming that his know when or where to load up with Great Expectations. A Buggy for Every ody

and my client whether he bad a goodor broken heart was worth but two cents. stones."

a poor case whether she would set nut he showed no mortification at his When on future occasions the marquis Against Hit Principles.

tle or fight whether she really cared defeat I assumed:! that having done noticed that Miss Atherton still "What was that man making such a ,

anything for him or not. Indeed. I was the best he could to show the con- refrained from wearing her Jewels be fuss about?" asked the restaurant pro

no better informed than I bad been demnation of the woman who bad en- wondered. Then one day Miss Brown prietor. I

before she came Into the office. snared him he was content to let the spoke to him of the omission. "He found a couple of hairs in the' We are prepared to furnish buggies for everybody "

KeTertbeless one thing I bad learn- matter rest. He paid my charges and "She doesn't wear them said the food, sir" replied the waiter. ,
in Bradford
ed. It was this. Mrs. Alvord was a went away. marquis "because she's ashamed of "Oh is that all r I and adjoining cot"I ties at the

witch. I was a Bachelor and bad nev- Soon after this I received a note them." "You see sir, he's a vegetarian and most reasonable prices.Ve ;

er been in the slightest degree affected I from Mrs. Alvord asking me if there "Nonsense." replied Miss Brown. you can't get him to eat anything but

Yet within half : would be an appeal. I replied that I vegetables.-Yonkers Statesman. \ have received
by any woman. '"That's not her reason. She has too just and unpacked a full : s
had not received from client .
an hour a woman bad infatuated me. my any much kindness In her to hurt your and others '
t When she bad left me with such a notification of such. This brought an- feelings by giving you the true one." Neatly Parried.A are on the way. :
. other note In which the writer said mother of tour daughters one of
smile as she might have given me bad "Good gracious! You don't mean
The demand
t. 1 been her attorney instead of Jorbert' I that if the plaintiff thought of mak- I they have been stolen!" whom had recently been married cornered for the famous Tin) 1 & Jones

.., and the door closing shut her !: ing an appeal she would prefer that "I do." an eligible young man in the buggy has been so heavy that none of'tliern' 1 could "
I he make it to her instead of In the drawing room.
from my: view, it seemed as If I had -And the thief?' t j.
taken hashish or some other drag to courts.At "Search father's pockets." "And which of my girls do you most be secured; but we are now ready to ,i>\ pply our l'i
last after ail this fuss after win your admire might 1 ask?" '
set my brain valuing through para The marquis made the search and customers with these favorites. I :
her opponent's "The married was the prompt '
ning over not only one 'f .
dise. I spent the afternoon attempting returned:! the Jewels. The incident decided -; ,".. ,.
counsel (myself), but judge and jury, replyElxchanse ,
routine work
to fix my on my: him on mlrrylng for love or
had Blown her colors. l
this :
but despite all 1 could do I was still lie proposed to Miss Ather l.

i Ji JJ !. breach talking cult I of was with promise to the bring:young which against widow seemed about her to for'me a client Cramming He wrote the note.back me my a reply feelings.: directing 1 sent my me I father.much to lose touched her finery that she to had accusing preferred this Tea tooth going oat to Easier.the Just" dentist's mind !the to baby have J. %W. ANDREWS% $ & SON : i iI

: to Inform the late defendant to his till 1 come back. Husband (with ,
ridiculous. I suit that:, having shown her metbods I "As for that American girl. he added alacrity)-Yon mind the baby. Jessie. .

Within a week the widow came to I to the world as a caution signal to all "she had the Indelicacy common Ill go and get a tooth polled out j A-
..... I 'three times. Her object BO she I. She did '
see me young men. he had no further interestin among her countrymen. Starke Florida ,!i .;
fled [ ..Ie!. wu' to find a way out of the matJet. the affair. hesitate to remind me that my fatherIs Her Bait. .

nail< L It occurred to me that &be was This was my last official act in the a thief." Ton bare to have different bait for Stables Next Door to County Courjt House. I. .
,more likely to find her way Into anrVbw covered ; .
!iOOJ [ case. 'The widow went back to the Miss Brown left the grange different fish don't you mar

matter of the same kind with city enraged to the plaintiff and is with jewels but when she got ID a "1 guPM II(x I know I caught a lobster .
[ me for accuser. The wcond week she train she them in her satchel "
I| put with mlstl toe. -New York Fran.
now Mrs. Jorbe .,. ,
i did not need to come 'to my. office, tot j Jt. [ ., i i.I ., I 1 '; .';;-"
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,yyR!. G. M, SUtrank and family are home Mrs. W. Lake went away Thursday toLawtey I.I A sharp Irritation distinction. and nocld Pain.tebetweerMrnJatlon r2wL I .1 i PAM-ALA -. i ,
I and Highland: to visit relatives.*
again after a.fOjoun on Kingtlev; lake. J and pain. IrritationIs : )JrlALARlA ';
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F. Rhoiea has bought property
but only frequent csase
I not pain 3 '
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fc tbJ [ Starke and has morel his family here off it. Tans a crumb loud In the aii the blood cf_t..e'h tasl jztoa, .-!,'

iitsof'qca'F Skirt Sale at levUon's. from Hampton I Itrrnx near the vocal colds produces I.I.I j: 0. S. Stevens, FUeils Hotel. lA, .,, .

:. Mrs Lena Windisch left Thursday for violent irritation anJ proto,-;d ccuh- vii t write*: "JLocixl2,1309I w.s sa9:

i a visit to relatives at Lake Butler aId !Ing. which often results in actual pain.: !' fern];from Cbilla aid F- u. Mu .
Information the chCs aad -:
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will later go to Palatka. So. too. a speck of Just in the eye sets !
t I IA' ip violent irritation anti I Dtut1r.13tIon.I pea L After rzStxizg far yeusreaf ;;

l Crv' I* Oa P-'< 21..6 .a/ Messrs. J. C. Adkins, B. A. Thrasher, followed by acute pain. Of the surfaceof t ar a I haTe at Imo fonL sd a recedy han"
I; ?reJru6 i. ,..'.atf T.... I W. S. Broom and R. E. Davis, attorneys (he body the finger tips and the end ;!aHy recommend jt:to all Cme1t1lt]

to. wJ ---h I, from Gainesville, had business with |. of the tongue are most nsltl\"e-fo a
t __ II Judge Wills Tuesday. iI j instance, a burn on the fingers is ouch Contain no Qvioinc.
}'. :' N ex week will be I I tlore1nful than one on the back d by all druggS-u.. eLOO bottled '."
who tad
of Dukes, j jI .
.. 't There are so dull days at Leviton's. I Miss Cora Hewitt, I To the Public. would be. while one on the tongue -
f 'i' b ten visiting: her aunt, Mrs. H. M. Scarborough Skirt Sale week at will be in the office between the would be mere painful stllL DeepwcNnds
of Graham, was in .
t '"f' James Reynolds \ returned home Saturday. I hours of v and 12 and 1 and 4 on Saturdays are cot painful, as a role save I n. Word "Ragging." .e

t i : .. /"" town Wednesday. Messrs. J. L. and Nathan Yarnesprosperous I. Leviton's and we invite I j I and Mondays from now until the aa' rILs the surface Injury. nt.word 'Tagging' is core

J ,1- The popular red brit red maline bow farmers of the Lake Butler I. r I 15th of Uc-ober. in England than In this anU7.
Windsor tie at Lanes. I the ladies J. C. POPPELL 1The' ev

,' i :1 and red section, were appreciated callers at : the to j I II Th Symphony. t "
Schools. asserts that raIs cot a clan*
Supt. Pub. the result of pair
symphony was
little daughter, : office Saturday.I .
x and
Mrs. 1L Leriton Telegraph I 11 Is a real old verb also tope
Pensacola. call and inspect the growth rather than a direct creation.It
relatives at
"Rose are visiting am agent for the Valdoeta buggy, I To Telegraph Subscribers. grew to proportion as Instruments to\sxf L in use among Icelanders, netsingitp -

: Hare you seen the penny a yard lace built in Taldosta. When you buy a wonderful values we I The Telegraph wishes return thank j!! came. The direct form leading: to the! banter or Irritate. la Llaeota- .,

r .. at Le iton'e. buggy why not buy the best you can get to those of our subscribers who have remitted -I|: symphony was the sonata of the seven shire- and doubtless other counties to-4

rare ATT Dyal and< Master Eugene I for your money. Inquire at Kickliter'sstore. have to offer them. for their subscription: without I teenth century. Then came tbe con- I provoke a boy is called* "getting Ida"

. returned Tuesday from a Tisit I J. Hamp. Jones. waiting on the receipt of a bill and only certo. Invented by JorailL who employed rag;; *mt.- "BuDyras is an elaboratJoa -

"' ;:. with Griffin relatives at Gaineerille. Miss Belle Kelly, the attractive daughter We will have avery I wishes that several hundred more would the ordinary string quartet and the'" i;. also i
. of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Johns, is follow the example. All subscription j I''i solo Instrument Wind Instrument* !; meant hind .
: a of d
Davis famous paints are sold by S-S-4t Quig- being delightfully entertained by relatives large consignment bills will be sent out soon after the first I!I were later added and finally the instrumental m( .!! >

ley. and friends at Hendersonville. N. of September, and we will be under parts were doubled and I
thus a real approach was made toward ; I The Diamond Cerate
E. M. Thomas and family are spending C. of these skirts, many obligations to our subscribers if the symphony the great tone epics o! Ip-fat:10Dd language a cant is equal

the week at the Freeman cottage, Mrs. F. D. Wainnght and family have they will look at the name and date on Haydn. Mozart and Beethoven. The to /ojrr grains but it is not customary

."Tangiewo"on Kingsley lake. I moved to their North Walnut street residence affording a wide i their paper or wrapper and, if in arrears musicians generally associated with anvjc merchants to speak of carats'*',
send in the amount before the mx .et twelve grains. Many .
Mr. Wainright and : thl formative time are Gossec. Joeske. difleultier
will core J. A.
5 or 6 doeea of "f 56" any J while
street cottage I for selectionand bills are issued. Vanball and Each with Gossec in the Intrade are due to the fact that':,
Price 25c.N. their Orange range
case of chills and fever. I family occupy van.-New York American. the ic rat of France is fighter than that.

I ,' I' B. Hull leaves today for Baltimore the prices will Austin's Big Pipe. of iLelpzfg( ; which bare cae lighter than -,

; : and other northern points, partly for Wm. Wright is building a new seven- Hans Austin rejoices in the possessionof How Far the Blood Travels. the-cjarats\ of Holland and Antwerp, "

1--I' ", business and partly for recreation. room cottage on the site of his former be unusually attrac- : a new pipe which for dimensions The mileage of the blood circulation A.ttr9&ts{ to establish a universal
.I standard failed owing to cooseryatlam -
down two
residence, which was burned in the line here. reveals some astonishing facts. It has
lOc beats anything ever seen
5-cent ; and false
Valenciennes:, the I [ prtd&Th.
just west of the corporation I half been calculated for instance, that, assuming ". I
' goods, only 1 cent a yard at Leviton's. | years ago tive. The bowl is a 6-inch cob, the lower : !; Unknown
: ::1 [line. left solid to be used as a handle. The : the heart to beat sixty-nine A'Frenchman, attended a Burns cele-

I .4; Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Crews left Thursday Dr. and Mrs. C. G. Turner and little $2.50 Skirts $1.48.1 stem is a foot and a half long. It may times a minute at ordinary pressure i brtu4n. At the end of tile Jollification
will be
t. for Madison, where they son, Gray, of Lakeland, arrived Tuesdayfor be some satisfaction in crowing over Mr. the blood goes at the rate of 207 yard : a Blendasked biD if be had enjoyed ?'

r ; guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Kelly. a visit with Dr. and Mrs. T. D. Gunter $3.50 Skirts $1.98. Shaffer, who has hitherto had the longest in a minutes or nine miles an hour. hlrxjstilf. "Why." said be. with the .

:' : New line of oak mantles received at and other relatives in Starke and pipe but while he can stick the stem 220 miles a day and 80,000 miles a characteristic French: shrug and up-
& 5UI Skirts $2. 98. button-hole when year. If a man eighty-four years old |
. .rt. Quigley's. Lawtey. $5.00 through a not using tariel: .bands "it was magnificent
could have bad bknxi
I one single corpuscle J
it, Mr. Austin's pipe is too heavy to Tbq ttaggb was good the whisky was
I Mr. and Mrs.,Walton Alvarez and little I Mrs.Hattie Hale and little son Bishop, will i floating in his blood all his life [
The skirt sale around and he has to keep it in good the
carry singing was good -
I son, of Jacksonville, were visiting 1 of Lake Butler, returned home Thurs- it would have traveled in that time: t| rev
H. M. Scar Bryan's store. nearly 7.000,000 miles.-Chicago Bec- wht jwas Mr. Auld Langsyne Wu
relatives here this week. |.day after a visit with Mrs. .
) last for only one ord-Herald. '1 he ii Scottish chief r-Argonaut.Flooring .
Quigley's prices on all building mate borough.E. Cotton Growers' Convention. !,-t !.

i'' rials are worth investigating. 8-5-41 W. Stewart has moved his familyto week and if you wishto The Farmers' Union Sea Island Cot. i "i : -
, M Assistant Postmaster Lester Steams is Starve from Martel, Marion county. ton Congress will convene in Lake City
I ,
t. t again at his post after a vacation sojourn They have many friends here, who are share in these exceptional Fla., Sept. nth, at 10 o'clock a. m., and t i -

I, t'i at White Springs. glad to know that they will become citizens every member of the Farmers' t nice in i
bargainsyou the island cotton belt of Georgiaand
of Starke. sea I
{ need in lumber, mould- l ___ ...__
: Anything yon
; Florida should attend this meeting j
+c' jags, shingles, sash doors blinds, etc., Mr. and Mrs J. R. Dufan have returned must call between as matters of great importance to the ;, '
-5-4t from their visit to Clarksville, Ala. I
: be had at Quigley's. '
? can sea island cotton growers will be dis
and Mr. Duffin is again at his poet as -
f Mrs. Wm. Soloman and daughters, the popular conductor if the Wannee Mondaymorning cussed. The growers are entitled to the I; i fi
; ki.t..' R. M. Eickliter and Miss Florence full value of their product. Experience j Ceiling

.'w Bcloman are visiting relatives here. branch passenger train. and Satur- teaches us that we can only secure this j _.

tl Mrs. Jesse Thomas returned home by and through our own efforts.
,; Ladies f 1.50 shin waists only &8 cents j I
Thursday after a short visit with relatives day night. M. S. K 'IGlfr, I
The best value ever offered !
,, Mrs. Thomas the
at Tavares. says State President. j Siding
1. in Starke. familiar over there The week following -
mosquitoes! are very .
J. O. Turner and family spent Sundayat and of extraordinary size. Bamboo Win. I ;
'' Long Bridge with the ormer's father this skirt sale The bamboo wtne of Dahomey Is #
Deputy Clerk R. A. Weeks and Deputy
W. T. Tomer. said to taste very much like "soapsuds ; Finish

Sheriff F. P. Shaffer went fishing one laced with vinegar.
To prevent chicken cholera use our day this week. After falling into the we are going to give : i

poultry powders, 15 cents a package. lake twice each they decided it was a L I
Unparalleled: Gs' -.:.tlty. : I
Etarke Drug Co. bad day for fishing and returned home.J. our customers a n Town Cnnt e1" -TI-ivi- .-',n 1I..rl All GradesTerms | ;

Miss Mamie Turner has returned to I C. Manning and daughters Misses opportunity to buy I Mr. SIct !tnt. that mir ;:pn"TiiT- wn< ,, i

Starke and has charge of the dry goods Vanilla and Maud, and P. F. Pellicer man Mr. JIuIIw. i<* dpfru.rlfji troc ''I. I

department of Canova & Knight's store. I I and wife went to Oak Grove church Ladies' and Men's of a new promeuad.-! : rlt:1d HIP Czish .

fall stock I am sell- I Sunday to attend the :Morman confer- town We think a vrealt'ir! man like ., I

make room for
lug To all clothing at cost. Here is a I ence. They report a very large attend- Oxfords at moneysaving yourself us. might also do something fcr : -'r: i i .

chance for some rare bargains. M. ance. Skinflint-Well. want do you say to '
,. Leviton, Starke. L. D. Wall has been at Ward City the prices.M. I
I McNair .
my giving: you a park: of oak trees? << Son -
';1--.. Mrs. F. A. Scott and children are visiting past two weeks installing the machineryin Town Councilor-Oh. you noble hearted }

.''F Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Wynn, of Hazen Bra new gin house. There philanthropist! Why. do yon really .. ': I

Hampton, Mrs Scott's parents. I will te six gins, cotton blower, press and LEVITON mean toSkinfilntYes- II
4 all other appliances found in an up-to- yes; 111 make the I

Irish potato seed fof planting, Red date gin house.! STARKE, FLA. town a present of an oak forest You Phone 214J! !! '
t '. r Bliss and Rose No. 4. Price of potatoes have only to find the land and I will 11e I I II
interfere with the '
The incessant rains
; it advancing, better plant a fall crop. supply you with as many acorns as '
+ I N. B. Hull. output of the Dowling mill. A sufficiency T. W. SWEAT you may want for seed.-German Mas-: ---- ----
R of logs cannot be cut to keep the ,
dire J. W. Edwards has returned saw steadily running and the soft state Dealer anilidesSkills --- ---- ----

y home after a very pleasant visit with of the tramroad prevents the heavy loading .. .1x

.. '.*p' her sister, Mrs. W. T. Gill of McIntosh of the log trucks. :
Lee Morgan, who stopped over hereon Highest market price paid. N B S. r<;

:. 1 t.:, .' For pare drugs, right prices and fair his way from Monticello for a visit Starke, Florida.t t.,.. I iUii STORE '
j treatment, come t- the Starke Drug I I
,.i with his father, L. U. Morgan, left Monday t _
Co. Your patronage will be appre- for his home, Fort Pierce. He went $ .
ciated. FBA5K CI.APK. TH<:. Vf. FirLDISG.: I
,"I" bv way of Plant City where he %:lay Clark & If the gentleman from Lawtey who made purchases S.sturdsy.n '.;2. amountujg to ?J.50 will
". Fielding fREE
.r. Mrs. Jas. Warren and little sen have look up and bay a desirable farm. present this advertisement at this store we will give him FREE a No.3Jl!{ Wasn Dish worth 40

.y 1 returned to Jacksonville after a pleasant I I Messrs. F. H. and O. A. Dover of i iI Lawyers. cents. Read this advertisement weekly. YOU MAY BE NEXT. :'. r \

visit to Kingsley lake with her rister, ''I Grover N. C., were appreciated callers Practice in all Courts, State and Federal I i

''S Mrs. Clyde Alvarez. at the Telegraph office a few days apo. Ht! ii
,. Offices over Gainesville National Bank
':r ;i Now is the time to feed stock powders. They have bought the W. R. Dixon Gainesville, Fla. KAUFMAN'S Winder in Hats 4

"i I : Try our own condition powders, one plantation west of Hampton and will return I
t' pound package 15 cents three pound later and make their home rhere., OR<

t. ; package 40 cents. Starke Drug Co.r Mr. and :Mrs. R. S. Fernandez return- One Cent PreShrunk ;110 .

1t : Jay Brown took possession of his newly ed Saturday from their extensive jour- a WordiWASTEDTo 4'.1

acquired property, formerly the Gornto neys in the West. While there they visited $
1 residence, Tuesday, and he and Idsft I Fall- Winter .
.. Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, Idaho,
family are now pleasantly located there. l lr .Montana, Oregon, Washington and British buy a good milk cow. |

When you buy harness or anything in \I Columbia. They returned. home via C. L. Moitt.WANTED10. _ __ ____ I! Cur Hat Department presents a d ,

.: the harness line,.why not go to Kickli- ,i I I Minneapolis. good laborers at Raiford:'' '' good fall ;land winter showing. We jj jjbats

1' s ter's where you can get a good set of !! J. E. Futch, Esq., has bought of B. P. next Monday 22nd to work on brick ''I' crowd th best values possible into a $

.. ,:..". harness for $S.50 and everything else Jones, of Valdosta, one-half interest in buildmp. S. T. Dnbose, contractor. I .,7-._ : : given per A liberal discount is allowed .

A' '" cheap. I the brick building known as the Joiae FOR SALE-Klondyke strawberry & 0D. all. summer hats, straw-

I H. Freeman and Silas Kite were : block on West Call street. This is good J. I : etcSHEET ,
: ; Dr. A. plants grown by A. Howe. Apply 1 $ '
1 in Jacksonville Monday with Leon, Mr. | property, but the owners have not yet to R. D. Bower, Starke. 8-12-Ut::: ;.
4;:i' Kite's SOD, to have an X-ray examination j decided what disposition to make of it. j II ;i Are now ready for your. .

of him to determine the exact location They will, however, put it in thorough [FOR RENT-2 house?, one $6 and oneS I I :' inspection. The line presents
and nature of an intestinal trouble repair soon. $ per month. Keys at Mrs. Burn- t o as fine a showing as

Ii,. roomed Leon for years. The I sed's. W. Lake &26-tf i d ij- = ever was made in Starke.: MUSIC 11- _
I 'i that has The College of Agriculture offers a
made and a photographtaken I ;t t Beautiful patterns, a correct "
: examination was FOR RENT-5-room cottage in Johns' 1 I :
twelve-weeks short course in Agriculture lOc -
a Copy
which revealed the trouble and t fit and style. Just |
addition. J. W.
Morgan 8 5-tf
i beginning November 2, specially t in and the line. .:
come we
of effecting '
is confident t t
Freeman now j Best mad*. Yoa high 40rents s ,
Dr. pay as as
for busy farmers and l h -
prospective NOTARY PUBLIC-Wants !
t location; ; 'l We do not, ask you to buy.
speedy cure.Deafness for lots of it.
farmers. Tuition free. Admission (clerical experience, typewritist, legal ;-a !, 'Z'i We want you to see them. %
Cannot Be Cored I without examinations, No age limit. work.) Joseph F. Smith, 126 Washington ; : l

# tiOD cannot rse All white male citizens eligible. Please Jacksonville. 8-2g-1t t $12 to $20 :
1 .b local apnUC portion t asthey There on hone i tell your neighbors. For further infor d (It !w \\ cr
,iz d that Is by COI c,
deaf e?e LOST-Monday morning in Starke
.ray to ease III by ItitU-1 mation address J. J. Vernon Gaines or
t u ,
N Ou
tbnal remttIoD ate nacenscaused l1n1ntg the I just north of Starke a man's black !Dry Goods Department ; -
.{' yamedtaehtan*. When thia I Ij ville, Florida. 826itFor coat. Creigh Bros. Jacksonville, Fla. .
? you ire a n.mbUnIr MQDd crkzsed,DNfD rfect bnr-I! marked on collar. Please leave at Mr. : hhs proven a big\vin'N -

,j lng, and when and it nnhns i.eetirely the iD11aIrmaUon caD be Sale. Geo. Livingston's store and receive Shoes to fit ner. Our selection being !'
the renal : \ 1
: and this tube I'ft'tond to its normal The Telegraph has for sale a scholarship reward. I : any

,I cannons he&l' 1C ten w1l1 are be cun destroyed forever;' in Columbia College, Lake City. '>. and all comers so large, it is hard to come ,'.f
aiDe eUI8! out of edten dun boithe < FOR SALE 40 acres, 3 miles northwest .
t: wn.teh mue is DOtb1Dr u tan & Pupils intending to attend that institution of Starke, good location, 18 or 20 'P r e TM '? ..... -me n, wo m e n' and goj without a suitable
anT will do well to address this office. .. =.
ewtUg n()SSa/yJSS& w. anon.-
acres cleared ready fcr plow and ,
: I and children. cho'cel:
srij'.sStoHS&c.tirtcu!! *. Bead '' :
"i IdTCDt CtmrcL plenty of timber, noxother improve: ,$ .
circulars f> *- m.. rv>...Tdedo. c\. I ments. Address W.E. Davis i; t ,
.. 1'. J.CH>L\'ST Service at 11 a. m. and 7:80 p. m. Starke S a'r

fr ) ,,, (.t" Tate 8014 byaal e milt''lie.PUll for eonstipation.R Sunday school at 10 a. m. Fl 2-4-tf "'

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