Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
September 30, 1910
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOL. XXXIIIMPORTANT. FLORIDA, SEPTEMBER, 30, 1910. ; i N0. 14. ., .,-

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Something About Growth 01! Telegraph's Idea That Florida Is Alive With Snakes Gus Johnson, Colored; of Starke, I 01 Starve high School For Week Ending I IiAR6EqioD .

Subscription Ust. Entirely Erroneous. Ground Death Under eats Friday, Sept. 23, 1910. .

There was a time about 25 years Having lately published some half a I Miss Fripp. Lloyd Austin, Harry HEARD MR.
ago, when the then proprietor of the dozen news stories about the killing of Last Sunday morning the remains of I Canova, Solomon Kite, Thomas Lim- M

Telegraph knew every subscriber's name rattlesnakes in various parts of the a young colored man w re frund on the baugb Augustine Long Arthur Me-- : I .

and address. They were few then, but county a friend tells us that we will track of the East Coast railway not far Rae Alfred Moody Frank Moody Allan I

NEBRASKA( CAPITALIST. NOW INTERESTED not far between for they all lived in scare prospective settlers from the from Hastings. The deceased had been Moody Albert Manning John Mott, MUCH INTEREST .MANIFESTED IN

[IN BRADFORD. Bradford and leaving,the county was northern states out of the idea of com- run over by a train the night before and Jesse Reynolds, Ynlee .Smith. Roy n .
considered almost a sin. But now they ing to Bradford connty. "Why- raid had been so badly mangled that only a Tompkins Thomas Turner Ira Wilson CAUSE!'.

travel everywhere and change address this friend of ours, "don't you know part of the remains could be gathered Trnby Newman Mildred Bessent ;

[Bought Holdings cl I Empire Lumber frequently. When we are notified out northern friends are just getting together. The face was destroyed making Tnelma Henson Mildred Robbing Jeannette ,1 .

about a new address, and the former away from the idea that Florida is identification impossible at first and Scarborough, Nellie Steams. Persons FavorAg the Constitutions! .

Co. Consisting ot Fifty-Seven address is also mentioned it is little working alive with all manner of ven- the remains were buried near where. Miss Miller.-Taber Bessent Avery Araeoterit Seem to Be

Thousand Acres. trouble to make the change but if the omous snakes and when you publishone they were found. Crosby, Levy Canova, Fid Harris,
last address the paper was sent to is not of these snake stories every man Ricnard Lawton a colored man, for. Frank Kickliter Maxwell Thrower, :I IB 'aajorlly.To .

given the time consumed in looking Jack up there who reads it has the old merly of Starke, hearing of the incident Willie Tompkins James Williams, _.
C. L. Peek of Starke reports entire through 20 long lists containing nearly dread come back over him and he reads and of certain marks on the head of the Ralph Williams Walter Weeks Henry :' .
holdings of the Empire Lumber Compy considerable. And the details dead man, believed that it was his Mott Hazel a crowded' house Rev. Sam .J.
1,700 names is often and re-reads the story and turns Attaway Josephine Crosby White '
ny, 57,000 acres sold to Mr. E. A. Benson the trouble does not_.alwaye end there, over and over in his mind until he nephew, Gus Johnson, that had' been Jessie Harris, Louise Haislop Ethel delivered addr4f an eloquent and convincing .
of Omaha Nebraska for $300,000. for sometimes several subscribers have imagines that it would be dangerous to killed. Gus belonged to the iron gang Kite, Ada Strickland Ida Strickland > UJ favor of the ratifica

Most of this splendid agricultural body the same name and initials and unless the go a mile in our Florida woods withouta of a construction train and he could not Edna Hendry, Nellie Silcox, Maud tion of the prohibition amendment at
| of land ii in the eastern portion of Brad- former address is given we do not know suit of armor." be found. Lawton. had the remains dis- Williams Lucile Weeks. th. court house. i fin. Starke last Fridayevening.

* ford county in townships 4, 5, 6 and 7, which one to change. Therefore give The snake stories were told in the interred and found that he was right in Miss Warren.-Gladys Gardiner Es- J t : ; .
20, 21 and 22 convenient to deliver his surmise. The coffin was brought by A pleasing :fnniical program was! ren-
ranges telle Carlton Edna
us your old address as well as the new. Telegraph just as other unusual occurrences Sibley, Lena Chan-
produce to railroad stations at Starke wagon to the father of the deceased, Ed. dered in conn-ctijon with the lecture and
When a subscriber changes his post- are told. If rattlesnakes were cey Nettie DnBose, Mabel Wright Ed- i ..
Lawtey. Britt Eiarbee, Raiford New office it Often. happens that the first issues common here such little incidents would Johnson, of Lincoln City for interment na Gnann, Inez Haislop, Clarence Register from the stan Jm'' of the prohibition.

River Sampson Junction, Clayno, Gra- of the Telegraph will not reach not be interesting enough to mention in and arrived there Tuesday. George Cribb Niles Ray William ists tne occaicu"* ciowd! was in every way a

ham and Brooker. Other portions lie him and he thinks we have not changed the Telegraph. +++++..........M................................"1i Conway. success. Thej overflowed fJled the large
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t convenient to Lake Butler Dukes, Wor- his address although he had notified us. There have never been many snakesof Miss Peek.-Doris Scott, Ruby Bennett room aijd into the cor- j
i W. C, T. U. DEPARTMENT. j? ridor, standing :loom there. being at a", -
and Hainesworth and
thington Sprints
We make the change as soon as asked to any kind in this section, 'as the landis Fannie Thrower, Fannie Townsend -
LaCrosse in Alajshna. county. do so, and as the stamped by flat and the woods i Edited by Mr?. D. E. Knlsht. \ Anna Aileen Alvarez premium and J $ was au enthusiastic
The of is already papers are generally open. ................,.." .................-....- Canova crowd too, a cio*?d determined to exert
question transportation machine and wrapped by careful men, It is safe to say that there are no more Maggie Dekle, Lulu Wilson, Mattie
>r solved by tie Seaboard Air Line it is harder to miss sending a paper thanto snakes in the pine woods than on Coney One of the great hobbies of the saloon Bailey Ella May Long, Marie Livingston every honorable i deans to rid the state 41
with its Suwannee division Atlantic send it. The trouble probably lies in Island. There are a fdw rattlers in the interests against the adoption of the Lena Carter Bessie DnBose, Jessie saloons. i
Coast Line, Georgia Southern & Florida the fact that the subscriber is not yet swamps along the rivers but they stay nineteenth amendment to our constitution Forsyth, Ruby Wright, Ruby Conway Mr. White is'a L eloquent arid forceful
and Gainesville! & Gulf railroads, the in the November election is that speaker on any s 1-ject that he chooses .
known to the new postmaster and the there and are only driven out by the in- Maud Manning, Evelyn Gates Katie
: last named being now owned by the paper is given to some one else of a sim- undations caused by unusual rains suchas prohibition interferes with the personal Mae Riggs, Gladys Home Josephine and wan at his be ;tin delivering body
" Tampa & Jacksonville railroad. liberty of who drink. Now let blows to the sal >on and irs attendant
men us
ilar name. we have had this summer. Were it Scarborough, Elbert Sibley Kirby '
For years past this large body of land We frequently receive cards from not for this circumstance we would have see if this is a fact, and see what the Laugford, Carr Colley Drew Alvarez evils. .
in the best all-round farming section of judicial construction of the words Mr. White has made a speechmaking -
postmasters asking ps to stop papers, as had no snake yarns to tell. Ellery }Fntch John Powell Harold lately
Florida, has been held out of market because the subscribers have moved to parts un There lives in Starke a veteran laud personal liberty" is. First, we will go Wall, Barney McRae, Victor Knhl round of he county and reports
of valuable timber and turpentine known. In almost every instance such surveyor who says that daring his to Black stone, who is one of the highest Henry Edwards. that much iuterejt is manifested in the
reservations. It is good news to our authorities we can look to, and he de- success of the endment. He was .
subscribers owe us for subscription that twenty years of tramping tluough the Miss Ray.-Florence Canova Emma,
I people! that it will now very soon be we cannot collect. A newspaper is the "snakiest" looking places: in Bradford fines those words as follows: "Personal Powell Florence Matthews, Donnie I greeted his by good crowds at nearly all of
placed on the market in small lots from liberty consists in the of, locomotion appointmenta 'nd a large majority
cheapest of all commodities and is county he has not come across a single McFarland, Knox Thrower Rhodes -
40 to ]60 and 640 or more acres'to suit of changing situation of Cf the people' seed themselves &8-
harder to do without than many things rattlesnake and it is several years since removing McRae Cjde Thrower Etta Register,
purchasers. From what we hear it ap considered as necessities. Why then he Raw a stump tail moccasin, the only one's person to whatever place one's Erna Haynes Leslie Townsend Arthur favoring state.cci e l>rohibiti n_ o

pears that Mr. Benson will first have it should the publisher be unpaid, while poisonous water snake here. Many own inclination may direct without re Bennett Eugene Griffin Pearl Green oral -
all graded as to character of soil in orderto straint unless by due course of law." TIle aDe PetUloD.
the person who neglects this debt would years ago there were a few water rattle. Newn Wainwright Maurice Langford,
place a reasonable price on each part scorn to leave a place without payinghis snake, but they are all gone. The You say "Oh well that definition does Willie Burnsed Willie Hendry Rowan The_ movements. 10 canal Alligator
and parcel and then sell on easy terms. other debts? This habit of defrauding razorbacks, the timber cutters, the tur- not cover the ground." No I guess it Forsyth Carrie Belle Wells, Thelma creek and its branches; was started by .

:He. will build good roads on section lines publishers coming under the head pentiners and the woods fires have destroyed does not cover what you would like for Moore Agnes Gardiner, Ida Warren. the farmers aqd frock growers whoso

where needed and encourage the small of swindling through the mails!, the the snakes. Of the alligators, it to. But if you are not satisfied at the Miss Newsom.-Leecy Morgan Kathleen largely euppor i tie town. It was encouraged -

farmer of 40 acres as well as the large government seeks to check by compelling which never did any worse than catchan definition of Mr. Blackstone, let us'see Alvarez May Underhill, Horace by many citizens of Sfarke as

farmer of 640 acres or-more, to build up publishers to stop papers more than occasional pig, very few are left. A what others have said along this line. Wilson, Robert Cribb, Owen Andrews it will not. onlylirif; the towa thorough .

thrifty,prosperous an -attractive' homes. one year in arrears aad that is the Starke man took a wee '* vacation on In the United States district court in Wilbur Scott, Mabel Kite.. Gertrude drainage but will'make prosperous its ,
That the lands are fdrtile a ""aluable reason why we cannot extend long the east side of Kingsley lake. He was the case of United States vs. Huteon Kuhm, Clara taoitt Kate Haiatop Raw suburbs; and within a reasonable time.
is demonstrated by the farms now in credits. bunting in that wildernesa from ..morn 65th. Fed. Rep. 74. that court said: son Davis, Adam Green. double the suburban population. Leery! ,.

; cultivation around and scattered After your name on the paper or ing till night: every day and. wishing to "All the liberty we know anything Miss Hill.-Herman Crosby Herschel citizen ia.the dfcfcjict, therefore, is an
;. throughout said 67,000 acres. The entire about under this government is libertyrelUlated interested party (ui the ground ufsamt -
wrapper you will find the date to which procure some rattlesnake skins for souvenirs Crosby Beatrice Wills, Eugene Beast at.
body would have long since been your subscription is paid. For instance, he looked for the reptiles along by law. Everything else is Geo. Gnann Geo. Powell Arthur tion and increased; wealthaad popula-

largely bought and settled had it been 1 Oct. 10 means that you have paid up the spring branches. But the only licentiousness! because it gives to each Gnann Fannie McFarland Mildred tion to town and cuun rt9.

for tale in small parcels.Our ? to the first of October, 1910. As the snake he saw during the seven days was person the right to trample upon the Crosby. The petition ia new ready and in theh n

soil and climate produces fine proper way is to pay in advance, you a small harmless blacksnakd. rights of all others." Well yon say it High School.-Allie Haynes!, Harriet md of a committee composed of good i .. '., .i
A crops of such staples as corn, sea-island are our debtor after the subscription ex So much for snakes. This section offers gets worse. Yes and well it might for Hoffman Miriam Hoffman Leetha men in town and 'country. Of course, .

cotton oats hay sugar cane and pota pires. You can do us an appreciatedfavor inducements for everybody except YQn certainly have no right or personal Socser Josie human Kathetine Knhl), the people can defeat it by refusing to

toes as well as such trucking crops as by sending in your subscriptiondues Osco, who eats 'em alive." He would liberty to drink anything that makes:, Rune Wells Ellery Davis, Un 'Tuon sign and so postpone indefinitely the

cabbage onions lettuce celery strawberries before we go to the trouble and expense starve to death hern. you a menace to the community or that Anita Wills, Marcus Brown May Fnpp, work so much. desired by our farmersand

beans, tomatoes eggplants, etc. of sending you a bill. decreases pr lessens your ability to care Louise Florens Miriam Darby.A truckers and: io desirable for the "
Add pecans figs grapes, peaches, pears IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT for those dependent upon you. i good of the towztj 1 ';'put if each and all

Japan persimmons broom corn, chufas, Ward City. Oftimes the man who prates loudest BUSY STORE. will cheerfully jfcnh i unselfishly cooperate

rye rape I eanute, velvet beans, beggar There has been a good deal of con Man Charged With Assault and Battery about his personal liberty is the man the drainage tan be! accomplished

t weed Japanese cane, native grasses plaint about crops being short this year Acquitted by Jury. who has a wife- and half a dozen chil M. Levlton's Progressive Methods Gain and all reap tbe immense benefits,

melons and cantaloupes,. also a few orange but we think the people ofjthe community Sunday afternoon G. M. Sistrunk, dren. The wife and children know tnat Him Large Patronage.For whether his part xrn&r spot of town lot

and grape fruit trees, and you have have a great deal to be thankful for while driving by his! field southwest of if he is permitted to gratify his appetiteit several days this week the sidewalk or country place ;fa&f: be subject to dam

i altogether a combination and successionof as there has been plenty of corn made town, saw some hogs inside and drove means hunger and misery to them. in front of Leviton's 'tore In tern age by excessivp; Mains or not. Your

crops attractive, profitable and hard It is true the cotton crop is short in t his them out. The hogs kept hovering Shall the government regard only the strewn with boxes of dry goods Hi prosperity depends *,: ) upon that of
) to beat or equal anywhere. Add also a section but the other farm products are around the field and he told Tina Mc- appetite of the one and disregard the fall and winter stock has been arrivingand your fellow citizens;

) kitchen garden eggs poultry, milk butter averaging a splendid yield. Fashion a small colored girl living on needs of the other six or seven, and per- ii has been a problem to find room If under this l jpeition the bard of

.. mutton beef and pork. Dock Lynn who lives about two miles the place with her parents to run the haps make them a public charge that inside the store for all the goods he has county com iSlilJer", after due mtice,

I Mr. Benson is happy and fortunate in west of Ward City planted 33 acres in hogs off. The girl took a dog along and the one may enjoy what he calls his bought- For a store that has been es- provide for a d.aiiiage di*tjt in ac-
securing these lands in this healthful did as directed. personal liberty? So when the sot complains cordance with the
I corn and pindars every third row being tallished only a little more than a year j law the: first step
section of Florida where long and cold pmdars, and gathered about 720 bushelsof The hogs belonged to Handy Brimer, that you are about to interfere the volume of business done by Mr Levi- will b.-a committed t appointee by said _

i winters are eliminated and the climate corn. There are others who say their a colored man. He came along and so with his pt'rsonalliberty to te a sot, I little: short remarkable: His pro board, whose duty wjill be to cause an
pleasant, healthful and delightful the the girl said slapped her and chunkedthe I would have you remember also the per- accurate r'f: :tie
I. as good as the land has ever pro- grfs-ive methods teem to have struck a survey proposal drains,
whole year round. Our people welcomehis dated.Mrs.. dog; away. She ran home and told sonal liberty of his wife and six children popular chord and the problem with commencement, rottta and urminnsof

coming. Mr. Peek will be local T. H. Willis and children left her father, Abe McFtishion and he had and that getting drunR is not an him is not how to sell his goods, but each and width i tjensth} aid depth
for sale of these lands just as Brinier arrested for assault': and battery. inherent attribute of liberty. thereof and
manager of
Wednesday for a visit to Mrs. Willis' how to keep enough in stock to supplythe cost.
soon as necessary steps! are taken to mother Mrs. Sarah AdHas', of Starke. Brimer was given a hearing before This sentiment against the saloon is constantly increasing demands of Said committeesal! $-ail! be three competent : -

grade and classify and intelligently They also expect to visit Mr. Willis at Judge: Dekle Monday morning and farther justified by the finished product his customers. The invoices of the dry disinterested jjcrson?, who: are citi-
place them on the market Melrose before home. pleaded not guilty. The judge then which the saloon turns out. The of the *
returning saloon goods shipments:! rectived this week foot zens counts. They shall view all
It all looks good to us and will largely Bryant Shaw left last Monday for a impaneled a jury composed of the following keeper often dishonestly claims up several thousand dollars and embrace the territory to bw'benefits j by such '.4 ,
leading citizens, to judge on the meritsof
emphasize Bradford county as the visit to South :Florida.A ; that his business is as honorable as any a most complete line, but Mr. drain, and assess bath parcel accord-
agricultural section of the state. daughter was born to ':Mr.: and :Mr: ?. the case: W. Lake L. D. Wall J., other business. Let us compare it with Levitou says it is already apparent that ing and in proportion as each shall be

Those wOO know Mr. Benson personally G. W. Yarborough on the 22 inst. M. Alvarez, Allen Wilson L. D. Blackburn two common lines of business. Take a he will have to order again in the near befitted, for ail'espenses to be incurred -
of him as a man of fine character and A. J. Griffis. There were no 'l
speak Dr. Lamb's friends will be pleased to bnck yard as an example. The raw future. in construction of drains and
with practical, broad and liberalvieW's. know that he passed the examination at witnesses and verdict was given in material used is ordinary mud. The file their report'-,; i fie: board of
of Brimer. D. E. Knight Accident at Saw Mill. .
favor was
especially on progressive agricul- the medical college in Atlanta and has finished product is brick, which may be county comm lsion rll. utice IS then .
ture. gone to Tennessee where he will com- counsel for defendant. used for building houses! paving streets Perry Johns, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving given to hear coiaWAiats r. !, if any against ,

Baptist Gnurci) plete his course of study. ( and various other purposes. The fin- John, who live a short distance assessments! to frttfe. Each and all
and His
John Walker Snake.
Mr. L. A. Brown and Miss Minnie ished product is more valuable than the I west of Starke, while working at Grover real estate owners, ipr agents of
The meetings at the Baptist church Hazen were married last Sunday afternoon John Walker of Starke recently hada raw material and the business is, Sweat's saw mill luesdav had his left will have opportunity to raise objections owners
will continue through this week and hair-lifting experience with a rattlrsnake therefore its fruits. For foot badly mashed. His foot rested on contract?
Rev. G. W. S. Ware officiatin I justified by a before any : i le let according to
next with services at 8:80 and 7:80 p. in his bed. Wonder where John second take flour one of the rails on u bich the log car- *
We wish them a pleasant voyage over example a mill. The law for constrneti!pg the canal and
m. Rev. Geo. W. Shepard of Lakeland riage travels and was not taken
the matrimonial sea. got his.-Macclenny Standard. raw material is wheat. The finished away drains, and tefo +'|any assessment is
ii doing the preaching. The congregations John Walker of Raiford Bradford is flour. Flour is valuable before a wheel ran over it. There wasa
Sam Ward is visiting relatives and product more fixed and levied. :'Toe.. estimated cost is
have been lar, e and all are awakened the other night log on the carnage, but the speed at
friends in Ward City. county was and serviceable thai wheat and the divided then iuto&j annual
delighted with the preaching. There We are pleased to have Mr. and Mre. by feeling a cold slimy rattlesnake flouring mill is justified by its fruits. the time was very slow or the foot if levy is made anp Contract let.payments

, 'will be three cervices Sunday, at 11 a. W. C. Clemmons as residents of Ward crawl over him. The country will be in With these compare the saloon busine,. would bane been cut off. The proposed dhiyjage) territory em- ?
m. and '78t>> p. m. and a service for men the dark until it is learned whether The raw material is the bright boy and Johns was immediately brought to braces only thetQda I whence a

only U 3 p. m. The music is bright and City.Mrs. John is a prohibitionist or one of the pure girl from the home. The finished Starke, where a surgeon attended to the into Alligator';t eek, and owners watersrun of
spirited and all the services are fail of S. A. Wilson and granddaughter delegates to the recent local option con- product is the drunkard in the gutter injury. It is not pronounced serious property in such tittitory, 1. alone '
sunshine and goad: cheer. The public is Alice, are visiting at LaCrosse. vention in Jacksonville.-Palatka. News. and the scarlet woman in the street and the young man will soon have the drainage tax. -j fAll pay

cordially invited to all the meeting. Members of the W. C. T. U. of Ward How the finished product compares with use of his foot again. I have done[or written in this
F. C. Enw 4Rns. City organized at Worthington Wednesday Just Studying. the material. By their fruits ;' fee
raw ye matter baa been a|, earnest
PastorIn Card 01 Thaw.On request
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afternoon with the following officers of Starke's mil- shall know them.
"Pa is that man one of citizens desiring tjw drainage.
: )lirs. H. J. Leverett president; behalf of the members of J. J. : I
Justice Swears Court. lionaires? L; r C. L. PEzK_
Bull Mrs. Dickison Camp, U. C. V., I wish to
Miss Mary secretery; Jerry
Emma Jane "No, how could he be? He is a Christian Church.Preaching .
last Thursday night Smith treasurer. thank the citizens of the county who responded I
Jackson .and Beulah Jackson colored printer." services every second and so liberally to our call for contributions Picnic 1 i. tarts
Mrs. Lizzie Willis of Lacrosse suffered "But he studies that automobile catalogue f
and fitters, were in a very bad humor fourth Sunday. to the Confederate Woman's There will t-e a pi j io at Starke Octo- t
s stroke of paralysis last week. if he were going to Sunday school every Sunday .
whole at as intently as ber 21st. Good
and the quarter jeaken
"coated out" at 10 o'clock. Memorial Fund. We were sure that a band to
She U now at the home of her brother "
tk. Dqwlinjr milL Constable Jones buy a machine. Prayer meeting and Bible study every the response would be ready and liberal furnish music ; of dinner and.- 1
I happened lobe there.and arm ted them. John Lewis, of this place. "Pshaw 1 He is setting up an automobile I I I Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. and we were not disappointed. good time in gene. Ljis promised those

They were' tried before Justice Sweat W. D. Nabb returned Tuesday from advertisement and is trying to 1.I AU are cordially invited, and members Retpectfnlly, who attend. Let eT body come. We .
'the following morning and were fined Jacksonville where be had been trans- find out if the plural of magneto i' are requested to be present. W. T. WEEKS, hope to have attentfSce: from all parti 4 I ,
| .$2 and costs each. J(I acting business for several. days. 'magnetos,' 'magnetoes' or 'magneti.''I I I L.A. CrxJOXGHAM, Pastor. Captain and.. Commander. of the county and' ail are welcome. ''

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People Were En Route to a Fair at ''orti; t QG'SR While a Guest of the Pensacola EjklI reflects great credit upon the ziii. fc

! it Charged to the American Dentist Fort Wayne, Ind.-Misuderstandlngof I at Their Country House Admiral i bers of the congregation, who,byj. ." CI
I -Case Attracted earnest, zealous endeavors, have h
English Jury
By :
: Orders is Said to Have Caused Young, In a Speech, Touches Upon:
? ; Wide Attention. I possible the creation of this be D
World I the Gulf Stations,
Collision. rE the Needs of of God.
: : I temple : a
f., A London dispatch says: The cor_ : II Large and commodious '-
Thirty-nine persons were killed Y I, That the nalstations of thesulf as tie te 1
ouer's Jury has returned a verdict of and seven seriously injured in a head- ..C: should be improved and immediately, pie is, it was taxed to Its utmOstt{ 1

Wilful murder against Dr. Hawley H. i on collision between two traction carson and that th4 Pensacola 'navy ffa.d pacity to accommodate the vast e... c

Crippen, the American dentist, In connection i tiT the Fort Wayne, (Ind.) and W. v. I should at ones be looked after brittle course that gathered to wltnett;, t

.- with the finding in the Crlpx bash Valley line. 8, I navy department is the belief of r dedication ceremonies. Not cnly" __ t

pen HUldrop-Crescent residence last ..y vi The wreck occurred 1 1-2 miles PS rI :, Admiral Lucien Young, commanidin t the temple filled with followers of' :

, July of the mutilated body supposed i north of Kingsland, 7 miles north of I of the Pensacoid navy yard, whO: a? Jewish' faith, but there were also"
; to be that of Crippen's wife, who was Blnffton, at a sharp curve. The cars i not backward In expressing his opinion ent a great many others wTTooagh'y

: known on the stage as Belle Elmorc. sr In collision were a northbound local i publicly.: -1 appreciated the Inter

; I The Verdict' reached by the coron car crowded to the steps, and a south The admiral was the guest of htifor" ceremonies.The .

,' er's Jury was to the effect that the bound "extra" car from Fort Wayne of the Pensacola Elks at their cpi r.- dedication address was defy

f actuated body found buried in the They met while both were running thigh try home, and as usual ou :uch OCH- ed by Rabbi Edward N. Caliscb/.

cellar of the Crippen home was that speed.There alone he was called upon for a spent;:i. Richmond Va.

Jl Cora Crippen, who had been wilfully : were two physicians on the After touching upon the importance

murdered by Dr. Crippen. The verdict Pboto by American Press Assoctattoa. cars at the time of the wreck. One of tLc &ul nava, taUois: and stating

"" added that the cause of death of them escaped serious injury, anl C twcDIN that they should be at once placed n EAST COAST CANAL POPULAR]

, 'was poisoning by hyosm. JUDGE SCOTT SLAIN. the other, who had himself been painfully a par with the New York and PblU-,
No evidence beyond that given at hurt rendered assitance to those LOW DEATH RATE. delphla yards, he said: "Pensaqojabay Already Much Boat Traffic Up- 11I4

the Bow street police court was produced Cordele Planter is Victim of a Ten. who survived the shock of the col- is the only harbor from the Chesapeake Down Waterway

at the coroner's inquiry. The ant's Gun. . lision. Lowest In History, According to Census bay around to the Rio Graemewhere .
Even thus early In the season
4y- I police announced that they had nolh As the result of an altercation be- Relief cars were hurried from Fort Bureau. a battleship can at all times is already much boat traffic -

1 ing further to submit tween Judge J. B.Scott and J. Hillary Wayne, and physicians went from The death rate in the United Statesin enter with safety, and it Is the o..e down the East Coast canal up
:. William Long, who formerly was Day, on the farmer's plantation, on Bluffton in; automobiles. Many of the 1909 was 15 in each 1,000, according logical pac: for a great gulf nav E l I pleasure boats and nert;____

;: connected with the accused dentist, which the latter Is a tenant, about 10 dead already had been removed from to a bulletin about to be issued by ya::d." The admiral also said that tKe. and day from St.are arriving it

t and who purchased! the boy's suitf' miles east of Cordele, Ga., Judge Scottis the debris of the splintered cars, and the census bureau. This is the lowest representatives in congress from Flo -- departing Augustine.
None the
of craft
I, : which Miss Leneve wore when arrest- dead and Day is incarcerated In the the gruesome work of taking out the average ever recorded for this Ida should get busy:: and do something report any difflfl
itr on board the steamer Montrose off county Jail with a slight knife wouad mangled remains of those in the fur country. The figures cover only the In the way of demonstrating to the culty in cruising up and down the i Q;i

a I: Quebec, was asked by the coroner about his body, inflicted by & knife In ther recesses of the wreckage was cities and states having laws requir navy department the necessity of in- nal and a sufficient depth of water i

whether he had ever bought lime. the hands of Judge Scott taken up by the more skillful handsof ing the registration of deaths. These mediate action. I found at all points. The canal company

,. He answered in the negative. The men had become involved in a the company's wrecking crew. represent 5.1.3; per cent of the estimated however does not consider i
.. The chemist from whom Dr. Crip- dispute over the possession of some Most of the people on the northbound total of population.In waterway complete as yet and an bt
pen purchased hyoscin, traces of cotton grown on the place by Day, car were en route to the fair addition returns were received the powerful dredges and excarataxf:

which compound Dr. William H. WU- when Judge Scott, who lives with his at Fort Wayne, where they intendedto from 54 cities having local registration are working full time in different i

. cox,the scientific analyist to the home family in Cordele, went out to his farm make merry. Jaws.The Nothing Heard From Jacksonville tlons, deepening some of the

office, previously testified he had foundIn armed with a possessory warrant for total number of deaths recorded Man Since August 3d. | places widening the canal and

the buried mass of flesh, said that the cotton. A difficulty ensued.It 6 DEAD 20 INJURED. was 732,538, of which 398,587, ,or Fearing her husband has met coil straightening the course. By the t1me. :
i the odor from the medicine was given is understood Judge Scott advanced over 54 per cent were of males. The foul play, or is lying III among strap: the winter rush of travel sets in '

several days before the drug was on Day, slashing him with a Disobedience of Orders Caused Disastrous greatest mortality occurred in March gers, Mrs Anna Moran, 311 East Sixtl canal will be In excellent condition fat

:, 1. taken away. He also declared that knife. Day drew his pistol and fired, Accident. and the lowest in June. street, Jacksonville, Fla., wife of Jess', cruising along its entire length,

I Crippen never previously bad purchased killing Scott Instantly. Disobedience of orders by the crew Moran, a prominent real estate deale ---- S

hyoscin at his pharmacy. Day immediately hurried to town of a freight car is said to have been of Jacksonville, formerly with offlce.J, New Company Organized.
and surrendered to the officers. Both the cause of the second interurban CUT BY COTTON MILLS. in Castle Hall building has sent outj
The Haw Creek .
i are men; of families Judge Scott circular letters to different police departments -* Turpentine Comps
ACCIDENT ON BATTLESHIP. traction wreck within a week in IDdiera. ny Is the newest addition to thelIt'7-
being 65 years of age, while Day Is The later disaster cost the lives Curtailment Will Be Equally is Severe asking them to help her j} of firms in
search! for turpentine Florida iaccrporation -
Crew of the Georgia Have Miraculous about 40. of six persons, the serious injury of as in Summer Months. him. \j. of the company being flied
According to the wife Moran
Escape When Gun Burst. six more persons and severe hurts to 'rom present Indications, October Jacksonville leftf I for record with the clerk of the ..eftcnU
on August Sd
During target practice of the Allan a score.A will witness curtailment: among southern and had i court at Jacksonville. The ra-, .
JOY RIDERS ARETRAILED not been heard from since. Re left
tic fleet off the Virginia capes, one southbound freight ear crashed cotton mllla equally as severe as Jacksonville! I corporators are Lee B. JOel and 1T
, of the big 12-inch 50-ton guns of the head-on into a northbound passengercar that which hats been carried on since ostensibly for the pu C. Reynolds of Jacksonville, and Iff.
" battleship Georgia burst on the first BY DEATHFast on the Indianapolis and Peru division July 1. nose of finding some location In N. Mattox, of Espanola. The company ...

range shot. The muzzle as far back of the Indiana Union Traction T. W. Crews, of Charlotte, secretaryof northern city. At the time of his 61.&' Is organized with a capitalisation.
the end of the Jacket was i Company two mile north of Tlpton appearance he had several hundred .
as forward ,
the Southern Hard Yarn Spinners' of $?OOOO, and the principal office wilt,
blown off. The crew miraculously escaped Ind. The freight car was In charge association, stated that in his opinion dollars' on his person, and M rs. Moraq be In Jacksonville. The business operations ,

Injury. Speeding Auto Dashed i! of Motorman Lacey and Conductor curtailment of at least 50 per cent fears he has been robbed of his morn\ will not be confined to Flsr-T

. The,accident was to the left gun in Se -ente. would be carried on Into October, and ey and murdered. Ida, but to other states and in (4)dP
the forward turret of the Georgia ani: Into Canal.I The freight car, It la said, had or- later, unless conditions Improve mate- 'I I countries. ",

} the big rifle probably was ruined. The ._ ders to stop at the first switch northof rially. He estimates that hard yarn Two Fine New Boats. ..'
0 ,0 .
'1 i' report of the accident reached the -- Ressler's crossing, but tiled to mills of the south have curtailed at "annee" and "Somerset7* will b ,

" oevy department at Washington In a mpke the first switch south. A clump 50 the of the '
least per cent since July 1. name two handsome new!,
xrlreless dispatch from the command- DROWNEDAccident of tree hid the limited the
and oew
He said further that the situation In ships that are now being built by the;,
if i' 1 er-in.chief, Rear Admiral Schroeder. of the freight barely bad time to Jumpto the yarn markets this week and last Mercnants and: Miners Transportation

t I'II r.!!+1' The Georgia is commanded by Capt. Came as a Climax to An All save their lives. The front end of week was not as good as that obtainIng Company. The names of the new;,1 Believed Mrs., Wright and Husband
William L. Rodgers and is the flag the limited was shattered and all 1
: Frolic passengers before. There must be decided. ships wre announced at Jacksonville Drowned While Bathing.
:;i ship of Rear Admiral Samuel P. Comly Night at a Popular Resort UK j
I II in smoking compartment improvement, he thinks before mills in a letter to Horace Avery, the local t The finding of the body of Mrs
;1 commander of_ the third division Party Was Returning to New OrUL. wee killed. I--" ',- .. can afford to run anything like full I agcr.t for the company at this point {Pra.ik Wright, a white woman "in a .

i t of the ,Atlantic fleet.? :2J ,5V. I 'leans.a .. ,O'; .'.:.. !.?*; !';....: : ., .\ I Y r >'>-o-- I ;,:h time. I II I received from President TThltney, of, {few feet of water at the edge of Lake 'JTohopekaiiga

rO' *-.J Si cfilclent, of jourse, put a ma:* All four occupants"" -- -of a -large touring THROUGH THE RAPIDS.Man 1 the company. The big boats, which :: near KIssimmee Flo,'..._ _
terial of the
f> part Georgia's battery are to be finished: in March and js believed to solve the myaterioi- t-
AprIl.and : -
i j car returning from a lake resort ,
:: ,! out of business, but the battleship! DOUBLE LYNCHINGBY
to be used In the disappearance of Mrs. and her, <
ay still has thee 12-Inch guns to work I to New Orleans were drowned when In Barrel Braves the Whirlpoolof trade betw *>jJacksoavi'le Wright

"S with and will continue the target the car, rounding a curve In the West Niagara. I and Baltimore, are 4,200 rjnsband. x

f 1 with them. It will not Interfere practice I End shell road at a high rate of speed Dnbby Leach, of Niagara Falls, Ont., MQBAT r TAMPA tons burden and are being built in Close to where ttJ03. body was fpunJ *;

with the Georgia's participation In the shot straight ahead and plunged Into made a trip through the Whirlpool. II the shipyards at Camden, N. J., by the the finding of a. pair of nan's shoe*..:,

i coming European cruise of the Atlantic '! the new basin canal. rapids In a barrel, starting from the I New Yprk Shipbuilding and Dry Dock |? to believe- indicate that the

fleet, for another gun, which is | The accident came as a climax to a Maid of the Mist,. landing near the I Company. couple were out in a leaky boat: tlatt ,
bum at the Washington navy yard!t'' night's frclio, the party having spent Cantilever brid;e. Except for a few Two Italians Taken From Officers sank and both were drowned.

.. will be in readiness to replace the ; the greater part of the night at West scratches and br ises Leach, who Homeseekers\ Coming. j, The body of the woman probably '

1 ruined one on November 1.MOTHER'S End, a famous summer resort near claims to have made the trip several by Armed Men. Ihe tide cl Immigration from the fosse to the surface and floated into
times before, was uninjure-1. fallow water.
Orleans. West '
to Florida
attracted by the
J J4 The Dead. Leach eicrt'e: : r pUs at 3:57,
PITIFUL clamation
APPEAL. of hundreds of .
W. R. Freeman, 35 years old, of 233. and went th ovg'i tremendous tiKm in three min !. HANGED TO THE SAME LIMB waste lands has been very noticeable acres of t Many Floridians Going North.
rl1i"z t'-e
Could Not Make Firemen Understand William street New York City. utes. waves i In Birmingham
I for the
I Her Child's I smoothly. The great wave caught thebarrel I past fey days, Floridians are still going: north in
Danger. Thomas Boettler, 43 years old, of : says the Birmingham
: 1 liability of a Polish mother to makeftetlen Npw Orleans. i and hurled it clear of the water -I It Is Charged That the Two Italians The settlers Ae Herald. great numbers despite the decline oftyre

11 understand In which room her | Dorothy Hall, 21 years old, of New but it righted; it-e'f nicely a:1J'' Had Attempted the Assassination of I purchased onp-wiv hive.;in-,-,mot t.! instances.i : summer season. Many wait until1fli
child was asleep was responsible fcrthe Orleans: went on to the! W-iirlncol; without: mIs- ? n pe- for their annual trips returning
the Bookkeeper: of the Diaz Cigar Ins throu
death of S-year-pid-Johns Mozlnlck Marian Giblen 25: hap. Five times the barrel circled Birmingham to Fl-ri.h !ttV Florida In October when the weath-
old of New
years of them
at Chicago. The Mozlnlck home. Is a Orleans the Whlrlpno\; keeping to the outeredge. Factory many express the belief thu t jer i Is de'lrhtful. The Mg c"a..twise

.t:' frame building and Is conducted as I A laborer on his way to. work was ] At the south enl} of the pool It A double lynching, growing out of The Florida wettemers is a state of great promL: e. ;;steJ.nerlohawk, Clyde. Steamship t .

'C a morning house by the mother, Mrs. the only witness to the acci.lpnt. He was caught In an inshore eddy and! the strike situation, occurred Just out- attracted" and ethers have been 'Company, sai'ed from Jacksonville .
Paul Mozinick. said the car passed him at such a clip floated in close eno-jRh to be caught side the city limits of Tampa An I campaign which t he great advertising vtfth! practically every stateroom occu

fo Mrs. Mozinick, who was sleeping that he was unable to n'-tf JIITV many ,with a pole at 5:05. I armed mob of about GO men took Angelo i attiact has been waged .0 pied.:
; with the child the The only of the barrel navigators : people to points In Florida.
t', :r on second floor, detected persons it o" tained. It was at fl -;t one Albano and CastenE: Ficarro
(+! the smell of smoke and rushedto reported tonf the c"Ki .....-en l r(1- to be killed In the trip to the! from Deputy Sheriffs W. E. Evans Judge Milan Dies.

to the stairway the steps of which pants when it left West End, and t'..> Whirlpool: was Maud Willard. who suffofated end Joseph Bryant and conveyed themto SHOT WHILE ASLEEP.
had burned in her barrel In September Hon. J. B. Milan, for twelve years
already away. Returning a point about mile
q i] canal was dragged! fm tiree: hoUi s. a di-taat. hangIng -
\ ', and placing the sleeping boy betweentwo Later it was difinitel* established : 1SOI.: She Teas In the whirlpcol for them to the same limb of a cypress Shotgun Fell From Wall c/runty judge of Lake county, who was
Killing Little
Vi feather beds she left five hours. siickf with paralysis two weeks ago
him there that Boettler Freeman and the tree in a swamp on th-2 (dg Girl.
'qq1 and leaped from a window. By the of Grand Central of the difJ at the age of 72 years. Judge MI-
two women were the only persons: in avenue, cne Eilc Eo men, a five-year-o'd
': time an engine company arrived the ARBITRATION main arteries of trade'leading: west- gH.met lao who was a captain in the Confederate -
the car when it went into the canal. PLANNED. a tragic! death at Bonifay Fla.
#! building was In flame Mrs Mozlnlck. Although the bodies remained at the ward from the city. when a shotgun wht'h army, had lived In Lake countythe
who had been stunned, rallied and bottom of the canal but a few hours, There Will Be No Lockout On England Taken From Officers. had placed on her father greater part of his life and no
tried to tell the firemen that her HttleEon shrimp, crabs and garfish disfigured on the First of October. I The two men, Italians, were arrested the wail fell from its pegs nailed to better or more patriotic Floridian
.4t in the The dispute between the cotton resting placa, ever Uv d. He was be oved ty all
c was upper room, but couUpot them to such an extent that they were I on warrants charging them with! the gun being
': make them understand. After the barely reco-jnizable. Several of them manufacturers and their employees Iii !- the attempted assassination of J. F. "oad of squirrel discharged and the entire wtijb knew him: and leives a large

., i' :flames had been extinguished the bodywas had ears and noses eaten completely i now in a fair way of settlement. Aa Easterling\I bookkeeper of the Bjstl:> chili! in the abdomen.shot striking the rh'hber of relatives to: mourn his loss.

-', 's. found between the feather beds, off. The Identity of the women was meeting of ths card room amalgamation Brothers & Diaz factory. The men The little girl : ', ,1 _
. : charred and lifeless. established largely it was decided to submit tot were arrested and taken to the West was lying asleep on ; ""'
; through their I Iwea'lng a couch while her i Declares 12 Per Cent. Dividend.
.i t Fire Marshal Frank Conway deClares apparel and their hair. arbitration the question at issue, Tampa city: jail. parents were in the i' ,
which threatened a lockout In the Fearing rood talking before retiring for tie: ; tockbCJI ere cf t'-e: A last c Ccast
the fire was of Incendiary en- violence, Sheriff Jackson
;.rj I-
q. Ifiln. the cotton trade oy October 1. sent Deputies Evans and Bryant to nlZ 1t. The father had been squirrel .Qtijeral Agency Corporal, one of

( "i- A STRANGE FATALITY. For: a long time there has been a the West Tampa Ja'l with orders to: hunting during the afternocn anJ on ;Jbeiaourtsh'.a Instltotlcn of Jackson-
,,:' returning bad Cared to take v*ub. met In the offices of the concern
dispute between the I bring the the shell
of two
.,; FATAL FAMILY FEUD. owners the men to the county Jail
Fern mill at Odham! for from the gun.Increase. .In the Atlantic Nat'onal Bank bulld-
and their safe
foci Man Laid Trap for Thieves and is employees -I t keeping. They secured the! ;
it; 1 Results In Death of Two ProminentYoung I i because of a new arrangement i prisoners from M-shal Logan, place HIP{ and after declaring! i dividend ofjer
:i' ,t Farmers. Himself the Victim. I of working conditions. A few days them In a hack and started towards: Circuit Court.. 1 cent, elected officers far the

k John L. Merchant, of Co'qultt county J. B. Beasley, a pwrmlnent merchantand age the Federation of Muter Cotton, I the county Jail In Tampa. Thpr were Hon. Jefferson B. Browne, president.g } srng' year.

.r; ,. and Charles H. Tate, of Mitchell postmaster! ol Rockport, near Spinners decided to enforce a generallockout accompanied by Deputy SheriffsEvans the Florida State Bar Association, r 1 (

e ...; \I conrty prominent young farmers and Georgetown, Miss., met death In a peculiar affecting directly 150,000 opI and Bryant When the hack has issued a circular letter statin ; j Caspar S. Crawhlnshleld, the Amet r- !

,;,')' fcrothsrs-ln-law, are. dead a* a result manner. I era'ives unless the Fern mill queatlowa in which the four men were riding I I that at the November election an l wad consul at Naples died. He was( .
:;;.r. .f a pistol battle at close range. The Several weeks ago burglars robbedBeasley's ( settled. The decision followedthe reached Howard and Grand Centralavenues I am ndn.ent to Section 35 of ArticleV the *son of the late Rear Admiral '

: 4onble tragedy took place In the public ': store and the postoffice. In refusal of the employees to submit -, a squad of armed men. esti-( cf the constitution of Florida will Cro nt Ms ; } road eight miles southeast of Pelifcam expectation of another visit from the the matter to an arbitration com-i' mated in numbers from 60 to 75, bdted bin'tpd to the people for ratifi Hi-4 Grace Sne.llng. daughter of" !rs.l' ,

7 Ga. Mrs. Tate and Mrs. John burglars, Beasley had set a loadedshotgun mission It is now believed an smIcaLle the party. crtion. The purpose of this amendment flI"ard Snelling. of New York.

'f .. !,Wiles, a sister of Marchant. wit so that when the door was settlement assured.I. I The determined mob quietly tookthe is (o give the legislature tire .
A. lielled.the fatal shooting affray. opened the gun would be discharged: prisoners from the officers and power increase the number of clr-! I T
I : The tragedy according to report. Forgetting the trap he had laid lf The population of Savannah, Ga., is carried them to a grove of trees wberethey rnlts in the state, and otherwise improve [tight earthquake shocks were fslt'

i was the result of a family feud oft BeaMey attempted to enter the storean3 65,064, an increase of 10,820 or 19.8 were banned upon the same limbThe the judicial system to meet the In'' &tcxico City but there was no,dam- ,
(png standing. the run was discharged, killinghim per cent, as compared with 54,244ini mob then dispersed witasetany ne-I"tl.: < s of the stat and exyaadingres The tremors were so slight
1. almost instantly 1900 according to census return further demonstration.gEj ftit' :People wcra aware. that they tbtJ
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The lash 01! a Fiend I Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Di. : ;t fafillc laid> sale. ;tl

would have been about as welcome to I arrhoea Remedy is today the beat know: U. S. Toad;I Office !.J
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Gainesville Aug. 18, 1910.
NEWS GENERAL Pearls are growlni on
LIVE STATE l A. Cooper of Oswego N. Y., as a mer- medicine in use for the relief and cure, Notice i|hereby given that, a* directed by
''atd -j NEWS cocoanut trees in the ilaNOTE3. ciless lnng-racking cough that defied all I of bowel complaints. It cures griping, the Commissioner' : of the General Land Office {I' :
., Balui4i and tae remedies for "It was most diarrhoea, dysentery and should be tak under th proTfsfons of the Aet of Congress approved \
Jujre 27.1906 (84 Stats..lUnA) we will of .
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edI Ih! made the troublesome he en at the first unnatural looseness! of the fer at pubbo Hale to the '
novel dineortf. at night, writes. highest bidder: at 10 t "-
J Things That Are Happening In Florida as Told by subject of special report from Consu- "Nothing helped me till I used Dr.King's bowels. It is equally valuable for children o'clock A.:X., next at thu office the
tpleW I and adults. It always cures following tract of land: '
lar-General Dubois to the department New Discovery which cured me Sold by all dealers.A Lot N'o. 8. t ed 6. T. J S.. B.20E., TaUahawee i
Our Exchanges ;
I Meridian. :
completely. at
Wash In never cough night ; ,;
labor at ,-
of commeice Anypens.! claiming adversely the above- .
now. Millions know its matchless
1. = ,- J torn D. C The pearls are said to ben merit for stubborn obstinate Promoter of Comment. described fan s are advised to file their calms :'
-- --- or before
"Bridge whist spoils conversation, I objections +n or time designated
I .->l. unlike those of the'oyster, c"a- coughs, sore lungs la grippe, asthma, for sale. .
One hundredVien are doing duty as The United States department of agriculture taming calcium carbonate and a little hemorrhage croup whooping cough or said the woman who doesn't care for HENRY: S. (CHU8B BroiSTiR.iSH ';.
"Tampa will soon issue the cards. I ,: :LDS wARrEN, R JiIna.: :
4 regular and special policemen report on organic zcatter. Certain Creations hay fever. It relieves quickly and never 819- ; ; ,f" ,.
zl the for the present. The regular force is the soil survey of the Marianna area, fl1'm just beneath the stem of cocu- fails to satisfy. A trial convinces. 50c "Only temporarily," replied Miss J I '
h and '1. Trial bottle free. It's positively Cayenne. "You ought to bear the remarks ,",0
It Florida. The will be Nijiic ol Final Di
composed of thirty-six policemen. accompa- not shells and the result Is a puev'hite .cbarge. :
1 all It
ki guaranteed by druggists. Inspires after the
l e has been trebled through the desire of nied by a large map showing in colors I pearl which brings a high price' game Notice if he t-by given( to all concerned that '.
} = bka'ttt r of life the location and extent of the various I the I Why He Stayed. breaks up. Washington Star. six montteaf: r date hereof I will present ay :. ..
:Mayor McKay to insure safety Tiie pearl Is supposed by Malays ftnall't-turtJ*,administrator of the estate if
from soil types found in the area, and will kind of Jonah! explained: his sensations!" inside G. H. K t'rtT.; late of Bradford county. Florida, '
and property. The recruits come ; to possess some charm. the whale. Check a cough or cold in the lungs before dt><::t'tliel.and! apply to the County Judge of ..

BrooksTille Manatee section Orlando contain a description of the area, its climate it develops a severe casf. BAL Bradford!'telt i4ity, Florida, for my final dis, :,
>ae Lieutenant Helm, the alleged Gr- "It was moving day and 1 didn't feel LARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP is an charge. '* .j ,
Arcadia. and soils. "
Dade City Bartow, Lakeland and agriculture man spy, was arraigned in court tt any more uncomfortable than at effective remedy for all soreness or congestion G. M. KERSET, \

p1 The Coast Line has announcedthat Dade county's state and couuty tax: London Eng., charged with naviug home," be cried. in the lungs or air passage.. 'Ajlminlatrat; i jr of Kersey the Estate,deeeas.of t4.d.H. ':

it has special! agents riding all the levy for the new year has been fixed: at committed a felony in obtaining Information Sadly be made his way: to the new Price 25c 50c and $1 per bottle. Sold by Sept.2, 191Hm i. .

enWTo trains leaving Tampa as a safeguard 351.J mills. corcornlng: the Portsmouth defenses flat.-Harper's Bazar. Mitchell's Drug Store, Starke, Fla. Notice ol Final l Discharge. f:: J

against any further molestation of any John Buntin and Whit Moss for the purpose of commuui- His Revenge. ,
were fishing ."Can be depended upon" is an expression : Notice is 4e eby'given to all concerned that i-
kind of lawless people. for shark at the end of the city wharf cating the same to another state. we all like to bear and when it is He-And so your answer Is final. six: months after' date hereof I will present mr '
Helm was arrested while sketching used in connection with Chamberlain's You will cot be mine? final retnrrjuw Executor of the estate of WIl-
II The Tampa Times pathfinder car pass- when they hooked a genuine man eating liam UnderkiB. late of Bradford countr. Flor
ed through Wauchula Tuesday en route !shark. It was hauled to the edge of the tue fortifications. The case was adjourned : I I Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy it She-Never: But pray don't go and ida,deceas } ;,and apply to the County Judge of '+'
tcr September 20. means that it never fails to cure diar blow your brains out. -' Bradford'cndnty, Florida, for my flnaldldcharge. s
'nsCa for Fort The object of this car wharf where A. f '
Myers. Hogeboom few
put a '
rhoea bowel .
dysentery or complaints.It He-It would be an Idle attempt. W. H. TJNDEKHILL. C-. '
I is to mark the way for and automobile ballets from his revolver into its head The congressional convention for is pleasant to take and equally valuable People say it I bad any brains 1 never dxecutor of the Estate of William .,

erdurance contest that will be held later. I wl en an additional hook and heavy line eighth Georgia district, called by the for children and adults. Sold by should have proposed to :you. June IT, ...?.,v;6m Underbill,deceased. -,

I The proposed route is from Tampa to'' was made use of and it was hauled upon committee on September 10, met at all dealers.
I Athens and resulted in the nomination Bronx Park. Yellow complexion pimples and disfiguring ; 1-
V Plant City Mulberry Bartow Bowling the wharf. It: measured ten feet five Master's Sale.
u W. Howard the There of land In Bronx blemishes on the face or bodycan '
Arcadia of M. by regularly are G62 acres -
Wauchnla iuches
Fort Meade in and had
i Green I length a mouth that I be gotten rid of by doctoring the Notice ia
ofI &erby given that under and by
convention and park. New York The old snuff I
Fort Ogden and Fort Myers. The contest I would easily have taken in a mans body. crganized liver which is torpid. HERBINE is a virtue of a decree of toreclosure made and ,
{ interest of S. J. Tribble by a preliminary meet. I mill of Pierre Lorillard still stands powerful liver correctant. It entered Au JI 81. 1910, by' the Judge of the Circuit !
vploonI will be held in the good It was of the leopard variety of man purifies Court The 8th Judicial Circuit of Flor
I' ins which had gathered in' Athens there. The park has a remarkable the stimulates the vital
roads and for & offered by the Tampa eating sharks. Its backbone and ; system organs ida in and }or Bradford county in chancery
cup jaws from the surrounding counties. Both attraction in the form of a stone that and puts the body in fine vigorous con- sitting m ;f.Ivor of Lucy' A. Emerson,complainant
Times. were saved.-Panama City Pilot. ait#wgaint Wm. H. Martin.Jr..Geo.
candidates claim the regular nomina- rocks and !Is known as the "rocking dition. Price 50c. Sold by Mitchell's W. Major, ..-'A. Shattuck. Daniel T.Atwood
While boring'an artesian well at his Bonifay Sept. 21.-A sad accident occurred tion. atone" Drug Store Srarke Fla. and AusnStatummerkton.defendants the undersigned .

Inanvlttitie place on :North Beach street Capt. Paul at the home of Tom Boswell last The Social Botanist. house doe;i!soI1offertor it Starke. sale Florida before, between, the court the
Not minute should be lost when
The Business Men's Club of Memphis a a
Capo struck a terrific pressure at a depthof I night. Mr. Boswell was out hunting in child shows symptoms of Cham Jones-He seems a very nice young legal hourly i sale on Monday
Tenn., tas notified the Southern croup. 1 OCTOBER, 1910
1 180 feet. A jet of water shot into the I{ the evening returning late put the gun Commercial Congress that it Is readyto berlain's Cough Remedy given as 'soo nBrownHe's What's his profession? to the hislh&t! J and best bidder for cash the

any d'j air 25 feet and for eight minutes rivaled j: over the fireplace on some pegs. About contribute as the child becomes. hoarse, or even after a social botanist. follow-injrdescribed situated in Bradford
$1,000 to advertisingfund
n the k1 +,,& ......__ nf Yellnwstone Park...... ..... The t 8 n'r.lnnt_____ thY_ _famitv____. }.-Aogn._._. fn_ 'wtiwV an the croupy cough; appears will prevent Jones-And what is that pray? county, Florida,to-wit: .
-----" n AV''''' of $100,000 to be raised by the > of fee
,:==,i-firtM coiuiij. Florida: "' ( : the attack. Sold by all dealers. Brown-Oh. we Invite him especially The e 4 se&of the Del and the sw*{of
Wader The the sea.ot >remand the seJi of the ne of
underpinned,treasurer throughout the south and to
of said count congress to give attention to wallflowers! =
kegs to submit the following *' our the ne i in station 27, township 5 south,range
report. LONG TIME contribute $250 towards the expense Forethought. Illustrated Bits. 82 east. ; f
GENERAL FUND. Husband-You don't mean to say you J. K. FLITCH
of raising the larger fund.
1d t Aug... l'. '1'0 amt on hind---------------I374':> 54 For Inform paid $250 for that gown? Wife-Oh, Take HERBINE for disturbances a A. TT.1. ,, Special Master in Chancery.
1. 1'0 amt..tee of A C Croom.;::;; 435 for the of familiarizing in the bowels. It the mmr.
25. ai Merely purpose no! I left that for you to do. purifies bowel Solicitor f f r ;omplalnant.
AC Croom_._,.. THE JACKSON
cLd10es 39 LOAN ,, himself with the Bible, Rev. channels, promotes regular movements I

--214 0; of Jackson Lcienz C. Johnson, pastor of the Norwegian Swellings of the flesh caused by in and makes you feel bright vigorous and l Fl Masters' Sale.
.. 81. B1' flammation cold fractures of the bone cheerful. Price 50c. Sold by Mitchell's I
warrants cashed.------ church at Alpena Mich., started
ad a 81. B1' balance ______-___.._____.-.828384 9:10 t1 toothache neuralgia or rheumatism can Drug Store Starke Fla. Notice i i Jiereby given that tinder and by
out two years ago to make two be relieved by applying BALLARD'S virtue of ajfl* t decree of foreclosure made and
heiloafQ hand of the Bible. He What Else Were They For entered J uns 29, 1910. by. the Judge of the
421403 loab- copies SNOW LINIMENT. It should be well
.. Stranger notice that this part of Circuit Co at of the 8th Judicial Circuit of
81. 1'0 am ton hand____._._..__....-:2i83 3d !has just completed his colossal task. rubbed in over the part affected. Its the with Florida in utid for Bradford county, in chan
Application for Tax the great healing and penetrating I country seems fairly teeming I cery sittln r.ln favor of Adeline sVey.V. A.
BRIDGE FUND. Deed. One of the copies 13 English, power Bpeer. ATjTHcHallP.K.Eamboand.

... 1. To amt oa hand _______ __. Notice Is hereby given that Wesley ithcr In Norwegian. Both copies will eases the pain reduces swelling and restores I horses. McCullotifjhFpartnen doing business tinder the .
.4, 23. To amt he ot A C- Croom. 775434l W1Uams and natural conditions. Price 25c, I Anne Arundelite-Yesslr. And when firm namdaid style of John Silver &Co.,complainants '
8:! 14 chavera exhibited at the world's fair at
"J N Langfordrrr 102 50 ted the 4th day Tax of A&JT'srv'so Ne i 500 and $1 per bottle. Sold by Mitchell's it comes to teamln' they ain't nothln' ; a.d testate D. Walnwrtght.a.i'
I'hristiania: Norway. The Norwegian I adroiniatr: t ir of of H. M. Scarborough
t. rhe certificate in my office, and has made appiica ;f Drug Store Starke, Fla. much better t' team with than horses. ,dec Jid, Licks L Scarborough. Joseph-
39d898 tion for tax deed to issue in accordance with H JJ tanuscript covers 1,147 sheets of fEasFT t- -Baltimore American. Ine Sear o ongh Janett Scarborough and
".. 8t. gJ"warrants cashed_____ -645 law. Said certificate embraces the following the English manuscript Amplitude.The Hardy: 1t. horongh defendants the undersigned
41 described paper
I tt 31. By balance ______ ___."ITI property actuated in Bradford coun oltc tiresome talker WI' icr{ for sale before the court house
-- saw 57 ty elaboratedhis
Florida Don't Break
to-\\1' Down
: 034 acu. 'two big QI J$ door In Florida, between the legal

3)3898 range Sw 18 of e ne,80 4 and nwl of t'14 of see 12. tpi s. ffoqrg coasw&fa and bQ2 {pfauIlle point at great length. : Severe strains on the vital organs, like hours of l.on Monday' '
acres. { 3.
vl 11110.
111tqse be
There said "that's the
31. To amt on hand_________ I The said land ciafic used ; argu strains on machinery cause break
____ being
3093 57 ] assessed at date of the ment In a nutshell." to the h1 icpt and best bidder for cash, the
f1f..uance ntiwh downs. You can't
of such overtax stomach
certificate followfn
FINK AND Bribed lands situated in Bradford
FORFBlTUBa: name of Fla
he j.>;F3n4 1. To amt : FUND. G. F. McLeod. Unk.w iUd certificate shall Iillers announced a 30-cent reduc- "I see." growled the bored listener: liver, kidneys bowels or nerves withoutserious county
on hand___ "" 49 J'and .1 17. To amt,rec of A C Croom"____ 435 00 issue thereon on the3liU' will price "In a cocoanut shell."-Chicago Tri danger to yourself. If you are lots two.e.,six and seven in block vleren.e .
.. 1. J N Langford.100 flour, and a 15-oent reduction on weak or run-down or under strain of
l- ., DAY OF OCTOBERA. D. 1910. --., une. aLto lots 0 ,. .I N Langford.. 900 Witness my hand and official _ntral and South American brandy any kind, take Electric Bitters the block CW a rij, according to the map or plat of ,
-- .' day of h.ptember seal this thtth Your complexion as well as your tem. matchless tonic medicine. Mrs. J. EVan Lincoln L /as the same appears on the pubUo -
48i 2d A. D. 1910. ,e reductions are due to the desird record Bradford county, Florida.
-. W. T. WEEKS, per is rendered miserable by a disorderedliver. de Sande of Kirkland III., writes D. E. KNI
4' 31. B1' warrant5cashed.___________ 13186 (SEAL) cn C't C't Bradford ('0.. FIa. the millers to stimulate export By taking Chamberlain's Stomach "That I did not break down while en- ( I Special Master in Chancery.
81. B1' baJance____ _________ By R. A.
.._ WEEK -
355 60 D.C. i- 1" trade. Since the flurry in June and Liver Tablets you can improve during a most severe strain for three OGBUR: DORSET & SHELTON

-48726 The Rat Population. \'4 July, the export trade hal been both. Sold by all dealers. months, is due wholly to Electric Bit and V. LONG.Plaintiffs'Attys.d .

31. To amt on hand_____-__....__ 8i5: 60BONA !The rat population of most communities bhad. ters." Use them and enjoy health an ;JAIHan ol Iron Nerve .
3duasntiay ; strength. Satisfaction ,
Is five times greater than that of K SOap.IO.M. qouaj positively guar-
.. FUND. the human. I atp ;o UBOI OB nj pnnos IBSBO eqj o2tlamo anteed. 50c, at all druggists. Indonj4ble will and tremendous energy .
1. To amt on hand...._.__..___._ 1594 .'
,. I1U S.1uqL; osanooerq ; lQ-.t3) Plants and Water are never found where Stomach t'

15 & Notice I Htadtd For the White House, 'alOU Something similar to Intelligence Is Liver fiicfrieys and Bowels are out of i
of Election. ?
41 81. By balance ___________________-15 94 'fbe small newsboy was leaning up uj jooj srq sand oq LBs qonajj eq exhibited by plants. If during the dry the order. ion want these qualities and rc
Bucotss they bring use Dr. King'aNew
ainst the wall sobbing bitterly. 'qinom ; sand uvm BIt lUI I
S srq trf ooj sjq season a bucket of water be placed L' the matchless

: .. -159J To the of Florida Sheriff of Bradford County, of the State Cheer up my little man," said a ..!e.zetM UJ 'luun..z31rsa: near a growing pumpkin or melon lPills. and strong body.regulators .

.. .. 81. To amt on hand_._ 15 9J Be it known:that I, H. Clay Crawford, Secref ..sserby.what's? the use of worryg 'P.UWldxa! : ; vine. In the course ef a few days the 25c at iasi lidruggists.ejs., } ,

BUILDING FUND. tsry of State for the State rioridaGENEIAL do hereby : ? You may be president some day. vine will turn from its course and get ,
|; 25.1. To amt on hand_ "" 69 gj give notice that a '"S-N-say," sobbed the little fellow Saved His Leg. at least one of Its leaves in the water.Don't'waste ..1U P 8 jaqjo< eqj plia'ant e1 J
t' To amt rec of A C Croom"____ 913! ELECTION I Sao! U +1!ego vatpotn; Ctn pun .
n ;.t s-!mre do Honk an if I wuz b-head- "All thought I'd lose my leg writesJ. ag34T ,
sk1oct -IBM ida will, be held in Bradford county State of Flor 1 d.-ir way: somebody's allers aroastinel" A. Swensen of Watertown Wis. your money buying plasters I lm In Haug e$tf1 i bas noinr Mast. 'i l ,'

8L By balance ____ (lay on in Tuesday first succeeding the first Mon- News. "Ten years of eczema that 15 doctors when you can get a bottle of Chain : IMp prss eq ltIWJ.i -sjunn t
_____._--__ 7JT&0 November A. D. 1910, the wd Tuesday! 1 Vulcaso berlain's Liniment for 25 cents. A pieceof
: being the 1 J could not cure, had at last laid me up. eqjARRIV l :"pogsnasapan ?(1US.U Sumn4f? '
7850 EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER. Then Bncklen's Arnica Salve cured it, flannel dampened with this linimentis 1da:]( gnq 'amaddu enoouoaa srq I -
h He Wasn't It. superior to any plaster for lame back
For sound and well. Infallible for Skin
81. To am on hand___ Representative from the 2d Congresdion- 3nogtl stti eq 3ttJ.rnof seam laqL '3
78 50 a1 District of Florida in the sixty.second Congress k'My dear Miss BiOmore .R Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum, Boils pains in the side and chest, and much

G. W. HAZEN Treas. For of two the Justices United of States.the Supreme Court [note young Hankinson, *Zewlth retm'I Fever Sores Burns Scalds Cuts and cheaper. Sold by all dealers. .> 'P'I""uYI! 1
of the
State of .- kind in-wMch Piles. 25c at all
oa:1ieflit School Fund. Florida. your note jou druggists. Women In Love.

: To the Hon. Board of Public Instruction of tatives For two of the Members State of of Florida.the House of *Prsen- -ept my offer of marriage. You .wfll Egyptian Maxims. "Women In love are generally troublesome l'lSEABOARO'

Bradford county Florida: For two Railroad Commlioner3 of the iierve that it begins 'Dear George.' "
State and persecuting. Such Is the
I, the of Florida. An Egyptian which dates ,
undersigned,treasurer of said papyrus
beg leave to Submit the following report county.for For county Assessor of Taxes. |\0 not know who 'Georg&but my back to about 4000 B. C. has the fol reported opinion of M. Emile Faguet i Line Railway. '
the month ending Aug. 81, 1910 on account For Tax Collector. toe, as you know Is William."-Chl'o And if a French critic does not understand .
8chooUund For "Calumnies should
County lowing injunctions
ail : Treasurer. !' :
Aug... 1. To amt on hand..___. 274 *' For For five three County Members Commissioners. Tribune. never be repeated." "Guard thy speech the subject of whom shall L! AND Effective DEPARTURE Nov. 7. 1909.OP TRAINS.
.. 19.1 To amt"rw of J C PoppeU._. 900 Public Instruction. of the County Board of before all things for a man's ruin lies we seek understanding?-London Tel
.. .. JBDowfingl..._ 2580 For Justice l Witty.
.. OS' A C Croom_____ 127 80 of the Peace in and for the following Read in his tongue" The wise men of the egraph.
81. To transfer from Hellbronn. 84 00 No._.justice districts, vfz: ne following epigram was writteni : race early learned good sense. NO. 43 651 i th-bound u 11.01 a. m.
No.3. Dr. Isaac Letsom a once well : 4.24 p. m.11.08p.m..
52083 No. 4. When have No. 81 # : It .
wn English physician: you an achey stretchy
to! a r 81. By balanae .-5082 No.No.8.7. J'When folks are sick and send for me feeling and you are dull tired and discouraged I No. 66,'}nurth-bcxond 11 4.56 p. m.

>t} I 81. To amt on hand_.. For Constable -111 and for the following jus 1 purges bleeds and sweats 'em. it is a sign approaching s No. 54 i 1 It 9.12 a. m.
530 No. S4
llt4w 82 tiee districts. Tiz: PISect If after that they choose to diet laria or chills. You should act quicklyto DAVIS t &02&m.
G. W. HAZEN, !'reM.Carter's No. 2.
l No.: 8. What's that to me? 1 Letsom. ward off an attack. HERBINE offers

No. 4. you the help you need. It destroysthe Wad BRANCH.
r No.9. } A Come.back."Honesty. malarial drives out all impurities
In Testimony germ No. 181 Idaves Starke 6.00.. m.
: Whereof I have FOR
hereunto set said the million and makes you feel bright vigorous No. 184 "
"/ hand and affixed the my son. arrives 4.20 p. m.
(SEAL) the State of Florida, at great Tallahassee sea- .re. "is the best policy. and cheerful. Price 50c. Sold by ...

Prices August, the, D. 1910.this 29th day of 'Well, perhaps it Is. dad," rejoined Mitchell's Drug Store Starke Fla. NOL 54M915 run between Jacksonville and
Cedar Keys:\08.13,81., 158 and S4 between Jack
H. CLAY CRAWFORD. te youthful philosopher, "but It A Real Sport. E eonvitlealr Tampa, Koi.181 and 144betwaea

ro 3. N. LANGFORD, Secretary of State. IJ aissiotot crlkes me you have done pretty well. Pensive Maiden-I won't marry anyone L1Ri Starke and annee.a .

On Fancy Groceries: Sheriff Bradford county. n: ol evertheless."-London TIt-Blt3. but an aeronaut. Black is so becoming T. J. QRimS, A ent.

L J, to Slmpllcisshnus. 8.C. BOTJ5TON, A. Q. P. A.. JackMnTQIe
Armour's Star Bams, the very I years I .
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of the .
beat 21 cents
per pound.

Beet White Pulp Meat f 1.75 13 cents per sack per pound.of 100 JOHNS I :shallcoc D THE EXPRESS MAN WILL RECEIVE YOtJR: PACKAGE

pounds.Peaches 12) cents per can. to deciding liquhibited THE SAME DAY WE GET YOUR ORDER '

Pork and Beans 3 for 25. cents.

1lb. Can Corned Beef. 17 cents.IDquart F t PROMPT SHIPMENTS iS THE ,SECRET OF OUR ; SUCCESS
( Galralzed FURNITURE terminedvoting :
Buckets. .. 20,

Good Galvanized No.;:.2 Tubs .

65 cents each. .- ducted in BLENDED GOODS tsM/waw--I. BOTTLED IN BOND BTJLStrsd. WRISEIBS
Tin Ware cheap. 4 Bottle* lJ botuea I

Good Mixed Corn, $i:75: a sack. CO. for hold tewii' M Hut Harper roar 7.00 13.50Thmreathcn noo. S3. O.l4.OO. tUC.

No. 1 Timothy vided Echo Spring CuewJ (TmDetIte) 7.00 18 JO i let J2JUI per Dallas.p.rr. % .
Hay $1.50.per Orra ;

hundred pounds. THAT Whoa 18-rryCla/7, /,,, CORN WHISKY CUrlu'f Poi Ry".... ....1.500 112.00 BULK"r- CORN WBISS.'Z

Sugar, 16 poa.ndI'I.OO. Dealers in spirituous (tIMrtI o-n. 4hl1 u.n Sunny Brook. .5.00 11.00EaHjTinw i : 100 heel

White Shorts $1.80 per sack. Any of Ule Above Bnivl<... .l .00 112.00 Qwwu Qeert.I *. "SOU (%.OO 12.36. x3.00,13.50 Callus vxorta. .
i"t Furniture Iron sold in an per

No. 2 White Oats $1.85 a sack. Bedsteads ; BlIIIZI..10IICpUI..4'OO 11.00 T",aMoe OM Batrve..IUJO 911.00 GacpDbflJRft5.00 12.00: :I to ap

Kerosene Oil, IS cents per gal. Mattings Rugs majority eharldsaclub..2.7b 8.CO BUckaodBla... ........3.00 9.00 Mdvood.. 5.00 1200 :

Ion. t I at the sail ... JUrjUndClub......... .. 5.50 13.50 Harvest Cora 3.M; 1050 Blum'.x010r'm.... ..... 400 12.00 Qa mil orders for i ,aM or' .
Beet Japanese Rice, 25 pounds Squares and Rub- this 1 section ML Vernoo....... ... ... 6.00 13.00 UnrelValiey. 3.JO 10.50Checker Monerief Sprin 4.00 11.00 OV.1'I.goods. will besliipped .

$1.00. beroid Flooring 1 BUck UbU ..... ......... 6.00 16.00 Board: 3.25 9.00 CUrk'iSourUwh: ......... 4 OU 10.30 IDla.ndaomegluaJ&rL 1<,
4 lays from t! :i
Best Rice. whole head pearl ;:

grain 14 pounds 100. Stoves, Hardware, application, WE HANDLE ALL IMPORTED WINES AND LIQUORS ASK FOR PRICES

Sweet and Irish Potatoes, C b. Cutlery and Crockery. ihould there] .

bage, 8io per lb.; Onions 50c per We lays of any P43STS BLUE EI330N H. .?... t',rYG'$ CINCINATI. BEER

carry the Magnetic mixed '
peck.. Paints and Oils. : it shall be he;. Bsrrd'0! : dot p'nG: ...... .. ............ ....................I! 00 Per BArr.1. 10 Ioa. pinU............ .; ...........................I8..rto

Oome to my store near the depot I Come and see us.TERMS my such'Sta r D u-+". p.kd is .................. 1.50 tar Des pktd U. I5oxes.-.. ..............._........ J.QO -

and inspect my goods. 1 t tJ.C.CARTER EASY. Section 2. \Pr.J 70.. 3. .'*.'** :I.-:'.:, FU: ,. rrtca r..O..B.l.Hb Di1JI.> : i ""


Mike, Fla. i Johns Furniture Co. this force :::c1 i 17-519 "ti:eat CH i$ S B'L"UM & COMPA! 4.: 7 Jacksonville

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)flit the lash 01! a Fiend I Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Di f Fettle laid Sale. "I

would have been about as welcome to I I arrhoea Remedy is today the best known U. S. L.$d Office,
Pearls growing oa GatneaTiUe.Aug. 15, It10-
f01'wdl GENERAL are medicine in for the relief x:"
I LIVE'STATE N.E'W'SThings A. Cooper of Oswego, N. Y., as a merciless -' use and cure Notice 14 te.-eby siren that. M directed by S ''!
;: NEWS cocoanut tries in the Ma- lung-racking cough that defied all of bowel complaints. It cures griping the CommttHoner of the Ueneral Land Office, :.t,;
NOTES. m _a4ntmuiu and tae remedies for vears.lilt I diarrhoea dysentery and should be take under the pmvisiol1l ot the Act o(Concna approved "
was most ? .
Jun.!r2c Igf) 13&Stats..un. we wt1l utfer
novel <arfff liD flt& made the troublesome at night" he writes. en at the first unnatural looseness of the at pUb1.1'sale to the highest bidder as 10 :""...

11 That Are Happening In Florida as Told by subject of special report from C- ISTI- "Nothing helped me till I used Dr. 'bowels. Ic is equally valuable for children o'clock A. M,.:on the 4th day of October 1910. '. }
New and adults. It always cures. next at tkli tDee. the following tract of land: I,
lar-General Dubois to the department King's Discovery which cured me I Sold all dealers. Lot No 8, Set.s( T. 7 S., B.20E., Tallaha "' I" .;
Our Exchanges. and labor at Washing completely. I never cough at night by Meridian. =1 1e'f'f f ,.1
new at cocEceice now." Millions know its matchless .1 Any periods" claiming adversely the above- i :: .
__ ...,..- --J t-n.: D. C The pearls are said to ben merit for stubborn colds, obstinate I A Promoter of Comment. described. !'ai h are advtjed to file their claims .. .,'
or objection!) on before the !
"Bridge whist or time designatedWRY !
spoils conversation. ;
.,t unlike those of the'oyster obtaining coughs, sore lungs la grippe, &asthma : for sale. :
One hundredVien are doing duty as The United States department of agriculture calcium carbonate and a lithe hemorrhage croup, whooping cough or I said the woman who doesn't core for '' If s. CHUBa Brois-rra. iI' ;

, regular and special policemen Tampa will soon issue the report on organic matter. Certain Creations hay fever. It relieves quickly and never cards. I'I' 819- ::::: UELDS WAKREX, R>:cxivxa.: i I 'j:

n for the present. The regular force is the soil survey of the Marianna area, firm Just beneath the stem of coco- fails to satisfy. A trial convinces. 50c "Only temporarily" ) replied Miss ,, .,
x. and |1. Trial bottle free. It's positively Cayenne. "You ought to hear the remarks i. '
Florida. The will be I N61I ,
composed of thirty-sir policemen. It report accompanied out shells and the result is a pure e final Discharge. :
guaranteed by all .
: druggists.Why It after
t/ inspires the
have' has been trebled through the desire of by a large map showing in colors white pearl, which brings a high price' game Notice i* h< rtby given to all concerned that ''I -;
X11" breaks np. -Washington Star. six month a ter date hereof I will '
Mayor McKay to insure safety of life the location and extent of the various Tue pearl Is supposed by the Malays I He Stayed. final *-turn, ta administrator of the present'--tatecf 1111' .I ., .

: and property. The recruits come from foil types found in the area, and will to possess some kind of charm. I the Jonah whale.explained: his sensations inside Check a cough or cold in tho lungs before deceased O. H. Kersey iU1i. late apply of Bradford to the County county Judge Florida olS

contain description of the area, its cli it develops a severe case. BAL- Bradford Florida
Brooksville, Manatee section, Orlando, a Helm the alleged GT-. "It crtuity for DIY final dis-,
LleuUmaat was moving day. and I didn't feel LARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP is charge. 4 .
Dade City Bartow, Lakeland and Arca- mate agriculture and soils. man spy. was arraigned in court \t : any more uncomfortable than at effective remedy for all soreness or congestion G. M. KER EY ..

tne dia. The Coast Line has announced Dade county's state and county tax: London, Eng., charged with havug home." he cried. : in the lungs or air passages.. t ) of Kersej the&tate, decea of u.: d.H. ', '

that it has special agents riding all the levy for the new year has been fixed at committed a felony in obtaining information Sadly he made his way to the new Price 25c, 50c and |1 per bottle. Sold by .2,191). t1'&opt. '

trains leaving Tampa as a safeguard 33t; mills. ecrrccrnlng the Portsmouth defenses flat-Harper's Bazar. Mitchell's Drug Store Starke, Fla. 'r (
pert Ml e of Final Discharge.
against any further molestation of any John Buntin and Whit Moss were fishing for the purpose of communicating "Can be His Revenge. r- '
I"? depended upon" is an expression : Notice te reby given to all concerned that Jl-,
kind of lawless people. for shark at the end of the city wharf the same to another state. we all like to hear, and when it is He-And so your answer Is final. six: months alter date hereof I will present rovM .
Helm was arrested while sketching used in connection with Chamberlain'sColic You will cot be mine? final return* Executor: of the estate of WH
The Tampa Times pathfinder car pass when they hooked a genuine man eating I liam Underh: IT, late of Bradford rountr FTor- I it.
tue fortifications. The case was a'J- Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy it She-Never! But pray don't go and Ida,deceasec ""+
ed through Wauchula Tuesday en route shark. It was hauled to the edge of the andapplytotheoontsJndgeof 1 t
journed to September 20. means that it never fails to cure diar- blow your brains out. J Bradford ci
t for Fort Myers. The object of this carp wharf where A. Hogeboom put a few rhoea, dysentery or bowel complaints.It He-It would be an Idle attemptPeople charge. I W. CNDEKHILL, \ d: -

Cal is to mark the way for and automobile ballets from his revolver into its head, The congressional:: convention for is pleasant to take and equally value say if I had any brains 1 never Executor of the Estate of William .1 '.

endurance contest that will be held later. |I wt en an additional hook and heavy line eighth Georgia district called by the all able dealers.for children and adults. Sold by should have proposed *.o :you. June IT. 1310-i5m\ tnderhill.deceued. .

The proposed route is from Tampa to was made use of and it was hauled upon committee ca September 10, met at (
( Athens and resulted in the nomination Yellow complexion: pimples and disfiguring ;
Bronx Park.
G Plant City. Mulberry Bartow Bowling ( the wharf. It: measured ten feet five 5 Master's Sale.
W. Howard by the There G62 land blemishes on the face or bodycan \
l PDt Arcadia of M. regu- are acres of In Bronx -
Fort Meade Wanchula. I iuches in length and had{ a mouth that be rid of
Green larly organized convention and of park New York city. The old snuff gotten by doctoring the Notice is Shen by given that under and by
Fort Ogden and Fort Myers. The contest j would easily have taken in a mans body. liver which is torpid. HERBINE: is a virtue of a fltal decrnsof loreclorare made and -
I S. J. Tribble by a preliminary meet- mill of Pierre Lorillard still stands
t'nteredA1g'Jtt 31. 1910, by: the Judge of the Circuit
3 b PC will be held in the interest of good ,i It was of the leopard variety of man powerful liver correctant. It purifies Court I"t the 8th Judicial Circuit of Flor
I in'' Athens there. The has remarkable
had gathered park
Ins a the stimulates the vital
1 system, Ida. In fl-i
offered by the Tam. eating sharks. Its backbone and organs and ; Bradford county, in chancery
roads and for a cup jaws from the surrounding counties. Both attraction In the form of a stone that and puts the body in fine, vigorous con- sitting in guVor of Lucy A. Emerson,complainant

I pa Times. were saved.-Panama City Pilot. candidates claim the regular nomination rocks and is known as the "rocking dition. Price 50c. Sold by Mitchell's W. Major,wife U A.galnt She.ttuek Wm..B.DanM Martin Atwood,Jr..Oeo.

Cp While boring an artesian well at his Bonifay, Sept. 21.-A sad accident occurred atone." Drug Store Srarke, Fla. and Angtatd snunroertrton..defendants the un
del'SignedJIU offer for sale before the court
and ''" place on North Beach street Capt. Paul at the home of Tom Boswell last The Business Men's Club, of Memphis Not a minute should be lost when a The Social Botanist. house door'at Starke. Florid: between the

dr11t Capo struck a terrific pressure! at a depth I II night. Mr. Boswell was out hunting in Tenn., has notified the Southern child shows symptomsofcroup. Cham- Jones-He seems a very nice young legal hour($t tale OCTOBER on Monday 3, 1910, ,

of 180 feet. A jet of water shot into the I the evening returning late put the gun Commercial Congress that it is readyto berlain's Cough Remedy given as 'soonas man. What's his profession? to the highest and bent bidder for cash,the r

aA7nO1 air 25 feet and for eight minutes rivaled'I'! over the fireplace on some pegs. About contribute $1,000 to an advertisingfund the child becomes hoarse, or even after Brown-He's a social botanist. followlnedtfedrtbed, lands situated In Bradford.
the croupy cough appears will prevent Jones-And what Is that, pray? county, Florida,to-wlt:
!htt sreVMT'A nf ypMw!ton Park. The )[.8 o'clock the famir .tj) of $100,000 to be raised by the the attack. Sold by all dealers. Brown-Oh. we Invite him especially The ey Qt ];e se (ot the ne" and the swv ot
congress throughout the south and to the set; oU'e ey and the se : ot the n&-4 ot
to give attention to our wallflowers the nets in Iof'Cffon 5fl, township 5 south range
contribute $250 towards the expense Forethought. Illustrated Bits. :!:i east. I i ir

de,tld .., ol raising the larger fund. Husband-You don't mean to say you J. E. rUTCH
I paid $".50 for that gown? Wife-Oh, Take HERBINE for all :disturbancesin A. "\'. L6SG.Solicitor Special Master In Chancery.
elf'rent Merely for the purpose of familiarizing i no! I left that for you to do. the bowels. It purifies the bowel 11.1 Umpktnant.Masters': .

1 -- himself with the Bible, Rev. I channels, promotes regular movements
Lorenz C. Johnson pastor of the Nor Swellings of the flesh caused by in and makes you feel bright vigorous and \ Sale.
flammation cold, fractures of the bone cheerful. Price 50c. Sold by Mitchell'sDrag J -
wegian church at Alpena., Mich., started
: .; toothache neuralgia or rheumatism can Store Starke Fla. Notice is hereby given that under and by
nd r ..r out two years ago to make two be relieved by applying BALLARD'S virtue of a lal decree foreclosure made and
:belt lone-hand copies of the Bible. He What Els Were They Fort entered At nut 29. 1910. by she Judge of the
SNOW LINIMENT. It should be well
Stranger notice that this part of Circuit Con t of the 8th Judicial Circuit of
has Just completed his colossal task. rubbed in over the part affected. Its Florida In i ad for Bradford countr in chancery
1-'> in the great healing and penetrating the country seems fairly teeming with sitting ia. favor of Adeline ..SUrey,W. A.
One of the copies 13 English, power horses. Sneer, A. '. HcHaU.P.K. Rambo and \7.T.
I 1 ther In Norwegian Both copies will eases the pain, reduces swelling and restores McCulIottgi partners doing bustnesa under the
natural conditions. Price 25c, Anne Arundellte-Yesslr. And whenIt firm name aid style of John Silver fit Co.,complainants '
exhibited at the world's fair! at
e 50c and $1 per bottle. Sold by Mitchell's comes to teamin' they alai nothln tknd testate N. D. Wainwright,a.* '
hristiania Norway. The Norwegian adralnlstn\t(of of H. M. Scarborough
1. Drug Store, Starke, Fla. much better t' team with than horses. ,tleceaHl. Links L.Scarborough Josephine -
t_' + ianuscHpt covers 1.147 sheets of I t' -Baltimore American. &-t\TboY'*ush, Janett Scarborough and
.. '--.A the English manuscript: Amplitude.The Hardy M S*"" baronghdefendantathennder-
'; ", r paper,
De signed will lifer for sale before the court house
t tIt ,, '" r ,034 naetx Two big bottlf QJ J$ tiresome talker had elaboratedhis Don't Break Down door in Stake Florida between the legal X

re conemSrfa and 21$ pel !MMI point at great length. != Severe strains on the vital organs,like hours of salf I on Monday
Iltlhe re used. "There," he said: "that's the argument strains on machinery, cause break ,OCTOBER 3, 1910
to the and beet bidder
for cash the
in nutshell."
a downs. You can't overtax stomach folloW lands,situated In Bradford ,
; illers announced a SO-caat reduej "I see." growled the bored listener: liver, kidneys, bowels or nerves without; i
'Utad j in the price of Oriental brande "In a cocoanut shell."-Chicago Trib- serious danger to yourself. If you are AH of 'o,consisting of ten lot, IWo
lots two,th* e,six and seven in block II! nen.
flour, and a 15-oent reduction on une. weak or run-down, or under strain of lots on :two. three, four, five and six tn
ntral and South American brandy any kind take Electric Bitters the block twtlvLincoln according to the map or plat of
> .-- Your complexion as well as your temper matchless tonic medicine. Mrs. J. E.Van t it a> the same appears on the pub
e reductions are due to the desire lic recol'Bradford Florida.
roe the millers to stimulate is rendered miserable by a disordered de Sande of Kirkland, 111., writes: j D. E. KNIGHT.
export liver. By taking Chamberlain's Stom- "That I did not break down while en- r Special Master in Chancery.
'e' Od4alip IT trade. Since the flurry In Juned ach and Liver Tablets you can improve during a most severe strain for three OOBURN. JORSET & SHELTON
and .
July the export trade has been both. Sold by all dealers. nwrruojsoa months, is due wholly to Electric Bit A.V. LONG Plaintiffs Att'ys.also

l d. ters." Use them and enjoy health and t
'3dzsutuy; -"spjoji. qonaojatr strength. Satisfaction positively guar- of Iron Nene.

) 30 UBUI 03 u{ panos jBSBa aqj o; anteed. oOc at all druggists. Indomi will and tremendous energy

arrfAio its s.iBqiasanoo JQ-jajsoj3BOU Plants and Water. are 111aD found where Stomach, For the Whit. Hous Something similar to Intelligence Is Liver Xi and Bowels are out of

.. Ifbe' small newsboy was leaning up srq oj ooj sjq snd: aq tus qouaaqinom eq3 exhibited by plants. If during the dry order. I want these qualities and
the succe*,they bring, use Dr. BingeNew
,' lalnst the wall sobbing bitterly. ETC cj jooj ejq sjnd Bum BOA to season a bucket of water be placed Lifei Pills the matchless regulators r
rli 'Cheer np, m7 little man," said a e.latLn ill 1uSJ 'duuuTaxagpeultIdxa near a growing pumpkin or melon fo keen brain and strong body. t

K .sserby. "Wbafs the use of worry- vine In the course *f a few days the 25c at allldrnggistB..

"xII [g? You may be president some day. vine will turn from Its course and get ,
It Saved His Leg. 'Ivp 2> v ei* o
II jaq etrj pile 'anqJL( ,
"S-M-say, sobbed the little fellow at least one nf its leaves' In the water. a
e [.t s-sure do 1-look as If I wuz b-head- "All thought I'd lose my leg," writesJ. Stroeqi V el 6u0 .Ia ou( 1m pun J 'U1rl

..abloaf' .- II \\'somebody's; : aUers a.roasti i A. Swensen, of Watertown Wis. Don't;waste your money buying plasters tin InoQ1 ui-e'l1f1 i 'eea not'ijaj? '
me:1JIcbU"S.! : i "Ten years of eczema, that 15 doctors when you can get a bottle of Chamberlain's :asuallap oj proa eqq tiiv1iL3 "s unf I

iI I could not cure, had at last laid me up. Liniment for 25 cents. A pieceof / paqaojsipim "'bM-v tunncf",
Then Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured it, flannel dampened with this linimentis 3daTl eq }nq ajnadds snoouoaanoq '
H. Wasn't It. sound and well." Infallible for Skin superior to any plaster for lame back
bciA ['My dear Miss Billmore," sadlg Eruptions, Eczema Salt Rheum, Boils, pains in the side and chest, and much ; Uri oq' SUJnoC 0Jaa. ..eaqLi >:

:L l-ote young Uanklnson. fZ retQRIewlth Faver Sores, Burns Scalds, Cuts and cheaper. Sold by all dealers. :[ 'P'I1u! I

.- your kind note In-\vWch Ion Piles. 25c, at all druggists. Women In Love.

Ofethe. -?pt my offer of marriage You dill I Egyptian Maxims. "Women In love are generally trou- SEABOARD

nerve that it begins 'Dear George.' I blesome and persecuting." Such Is the
An Egyptian which dates
jo not know who GeorgeI9 but my papyrus reported opinion of M. Emile Faguet Air Line Railway.
back to about 4000 B. C. has the following -
ae, as you know Is William. -Chlfo And If a French critic does not understand ; .
lJto! ,F injunctions: "Calumnies should ;
Tribune. the of whom shallwe ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OP TRAINS.
never be repeated." "Guard thy speech ;;Effective Nov. 7. 1909.
seek understanding London Tel-
before all things, for a man's ruin lies 1
Witty.e in his tongue." The wise men of the '
following epigram was written No. 43, ao A th'bound 11.01 a. m.

.f. ... ...'. Dr. Isaac Letsom a once well race early learned good sense. No. 53 I' II 4.24 p. m.

1 .. ,. When have an achey, stretchy No. 81 11.08 p. m.
[wn English physician: you
taJ : ; f When folks are sick and send for me feeling and you are dull, tired and discouraged egraPh'DAVI51 No.No.5.t 66, north-bound" 4.56 p. m.
b : 9.12&m.
1 purges bleeds and sweats 'em. it is a sign approaching malaria .
| If after that they choose to die or chills. You should act quicklyto No. 84: 5.03: a. m.

f What's that to me? 1 Letsom.A ward off an attack. HERBINE offers ;

flji : you the help you need. It destroysthe WA c"'za BRASCJH.

i j' .. Com-back. malarial germ, drives out all impurities No. 181 leaves Starke 6.00 a. m.

e'i .; ["Honesty, my son." said the million- and makes you feel bright, vigorous FORLURANGE No. 18.1 a.tnTeS to 4.20 p. m.
1. and cheerful. Price 50c. Sold by
"is the best policy.
9% .) |re"Well, perhaps it Is, dad" rejoined. Mitchell's Drug Store Starke, Fla.A Kos. 51 and S3 run between Jacksonville and "
.ry) I Cedar Keys, '-08.13.SI, 68 and M between Jack-
,}; r' |ie youthful philosopher "but It Real Sport. $ onviUeand.Tamaa. 0I.181 and 194becwc.a

/] Ikes me you have done pretty well, Pensive Maiden-I won't marry anyone Starke and Wannee..
) ....
;r '" levertbeless."London Tit-Bits. but an aeronaut Black Is so be- I. T. J. QRIFFIX Agent.

) J } coming to Slmpllcisshnus S.C. BOYI; TON A. O. P. A.. JaebollYDI.e .

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tYitEREAS, the LeBRIatrire of 1909 under the .wsg
PUBLISHED EVER FRIDAY AT ) inecnuUon of l8IS!: ;of the:State: of Florida. did
ANTl-AM NDMENT CONVENTION. piss three joint resolutions State amend- tnt
1 STARKEBRADF0RD000NTYcLe.s. mento to tie Constitution of the :: of Floe
i ida and the lame w re agreed to by a vote of ut tiMl
three flfths of all the members elected to each
MTTrEW5! PublUhcr. and Propr. house;that the votes on said joint resolution* I
entered upon their respective Journals, car
Press Comment Gathering of Opponents of !II I were with and nays thereon and they did! de
State on yeas .
:. SUUJ-CRIPTION and direct that the said joint resolutrmine :',.,..... 'i1'ii'J.?:"!" 'i'' .. ,
J be submitted to the electors of the:State: :'. '*:q thHi-
OD P Year.. ... ...:................... .....IX.11. Amendment Lately Held in Jacksonville.Tally at tions the general election In November, 1910. < :!?;:.,'!I'I'!'' j

I BixHonttt ... ..... ....... ................ .sI Now.therefore H.Clay Crawford,Secretory !Ii Ii. : ,. IU//
do hereby give
Three'Iooicy;!! ..... ......:............,....... .2 of State for the State of Florida am
r notice that a .

.I I. Entered--in for: "I'ouoClce! at Starke. Fla., &. GENERAL ELECTION We try to conduct our ;'store that J anC

I te: )nd-claet Matter one for Pleas. Holt-or perhaps I The local optionists held a convention will be held in each county in Florida on Tnea-November so whenever you
. the tint Monday in
T \I '! hs. several. last week in Jacksonville. If one is to day next, A.succeeding D. 1910, the said Tuesday being the any-sick room, bath, toilet pr 1 household drug or apnli 3
''I{ Starke Fla., Sept. 30, 1910. The big local option convention in: believe the published reports a big Eighth Day of Novemberfor our name will instantly cbifie to mind. Let

crowd hand and why shouldn't the ratification or -jeotion of the said us emph day
Jacksonville on Thursday of last week: : I was on '
the amendments to that- .
fl joint reHolutions prouoHinj i S
EEC03MO' DESPERATE. was a "fake" gathering. there have been. when, it is said, the the Constitution> of the State of Florida, viz: ; .' )

: convention of the I coin for each delegate's expenses was SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION propoMns an' :
Instead of a monster
Article XIX of tile Constitution Our
amendment to I
I Should the Anti-Saloon Leaguers bf'< prominent men from all parts of the I put up by the whiskey interests of the of the State of Florida relating. to the stocks, are right.
the niaiiuf actnri- and sale, or ot h T of Our
I..i;' successful in procuring the prohibition state, "men ot exalted, character and state; and again, why shouldn't intoxicating liquors! and beVfru't-s.; ;. goc ds are right.

i f of liquors in our state it wonldn't be splendid intellectual endowment"-hun- I' whiskey interests put up the expense Eoit r.-.oln'by the Legislature of the State of Our .i t h'I

i f I.' ninety days before they would begin a. deeds of them-as represented by the money? Tne success of local option That Florida Article: XIX of the Constitution of the prices are right. or !

! \ r l crusade against tobacco and coffee. Ipossible there j directly benefits them, and Pleasant ,State of Florida be, and the same i- hereby, Our sendee! is right.
and the ne
', 11 they would have laws passed: iiufiiiled so as to read:M follows:
ti\ \ [!. against the nse of these commodities were not more than 33: all told, who Holt, the general manager, is smooth .Artll- XIX. Section 1. The manufacture, a! set

! ; I and deputy sheriffs wcull be seprchinj: were delegates taking part. By actual enough to know that it was necessaryto and liquors sale,and barter beverages exchange, whether:re, of nil intoxicating s.pirituou.1, Satisfaction: to our customers-Vone of the most important things th J tic

l ;. t: our houses and confiscating the little tobacco there were exactly 103 men present put up the coin to get the crowd, rinonsor malt, are hereby forever prohibitedin car Tin stock. In fac' ever artftl' S daof
-d- we
-ohol for
al m
I and jiifee they might find. the State of Florida except ,
minute but .
I. of whom were spectators, hence we don't doubt for a iralsiientiac or mechanical purports, and sell carries with it a large '
\ The way to prevent all this trouble is many the salenfivhleh package 04;
I' sacramental : -
paid. wine for purposes
to sit down on these Auti-Sa-oon Ltag and some of whom are for the amend- that each delegate's expenses were alcohol and wine for the purposes aforesaid fat tion. e to

; uers right at the start. This much we do know-that it vas the : shall be regulated by law. !

1 !I t. This can be done by voting against the ment. each delegate's Sec. :.. The Legislature hall enact :suitable elDi
to defray expenses
t The meeting was held in the lobby of plan laws for the enforcement of the provisions
': ; : .proposed state-wide prohibition amend the for it was put up to us that way. We I the+ article. :
'' i ment. Sit down on them voters. Sit the Aragon Hotel, and was open to Sec 3. This article shall go into effect on the STARK1 a thSh

i It t j J .I down hard.-Jasper News. public.: A dozen men, some of whomare can see nothing particularly wrong first I! day of July, A. D. Ml. sees

1! t The foregoing shows to what length ., or have been, prominent, did all the about this, because we feel that the A. JOINT RESOLUTION proposing amendments 4 1

will to The work was all planned in whiskey interests, being directly bene- to Article V of the Constitution of the o e thCo (
,,1 I the whiskey people go gain votes business. State of }Florida relative to the Judiciary
didn't taks but a little fitted, should bear the burden of expenseof DRUG
I against the prohibition amendment. It advance, and it department.
the business the campaign. It is enough for the Be it resolved by the Legislature of the State of : 'I
: is to be hoped that no man in Florida if more than an hour to complete Florida: ,
I j delegates to add respectability to the That the following amendments to Article Vf _
1 J 1\ j 80 weak minded as to lIelieve the statements in hand. '> the Constitution of the State of Florida, rel- .
t. contained in this article. If to- Hear the Times-Union: cause. However, the editor, although a I itiveto the Judiciary department, to be num- : etl
r I local optionist didn't bite, notwith 1 bored t Sections 3S, 40 and41 of said Article V. ht'"nd
1 1r: ; baoco and coffee were causing; men and I "The meeting was unquestionably the the same are hereby agreed to and shall be
.1'i ii and all successful and altogether standing he was urged to become a dele- :lUbmitted to the electors of the state at the
I women to commit murder manner largest, most I general election to be held on the first Tuesday .
t of leaser crimes, as whiskey is doing, most notable gathering of a political na- gate and an committee man, and was after the first Monday in November, A. D. 1910, I
I told great prominence would be given for I II ratification or rejection, to-wit: I r 1'1t,
there would doubtless be o crusade ture ever held in the state. I Sec.39. From and after the adoption of these B
f that him throughout the state and his pic amendments the Criminal Court of Record t'ir' T
I. convention
that there That big
and in event
f against them, Of course I and for Escambla county shall be known as the t"t I
i ought to be. but as matters stand there nominated Geo. F. Drew for governor tare published in numerous papers, to Court of Record in and for raid county,and,in '. :\
t' of future political prefer addition to their present Jurisdiction, the laId
nothing i
t I is no more likelihood of laws being passed was only a small precinct caucus in I say ; court and the Judge th\rwf'lIhall: have, in AueF

against the use of these commodities comparison. The last state democratic ment. Escambia county, concurrent with the circuit! I \ NIt
court of said county and the Judge thereof, the
I the that nominated All this and more was put up to the jurisdiction of all other cases .
than there is that a law will be passed convention, one same original .
t editor hence naturally conclude and matters and the same power and authorityto -.. t .,. ..,f "- < ,
... I forbidding the eating of hominy. I Wm. S. Jennings for governor was another : we issue all writs as the circuit court of saitj
t the the small affair. that the same story was told others. county and the Judge thereof, excepting capital I ; I it '
whiskey people
Evidently see
: II
t handwriting on the wall. The few men who did gather in Jacksonville I II The picture gallery, prepared before the empanel cases a, and grand the jury.power to summon and emi< .r ,'i I'i: J 1 -:'; .

I The rules of procedure and practiceand .... -
s I convention met and published simnlta'neouslr same 'lq
II last Thursday did not cause any rights of trial by judges ad litem and referees j;. !. '
Ii.I i. The Times-Union refers to persons noticeable increase from the usual noon in the large dailies in the state, which obtain Ill circuit court shall, "1,1.';: Nt
H .. t..;,
who the prohibition of the liquor at least carries out this idea. We must obtain iagald court of record. The Governor* t, J \ .;
: I oppose crowd in the lobby of the Aragon. may,la his discretion, order any one of the circuit ,I '- ,1 ; '
trafic "men who object to admit that little Judges of the State to hold one or mor, .... t.l ,. ::; '" ," t ri
e t! as being But the Times-Union printed a list of however we were a : < -'.. "p t .' ..
terms or parts of terms of said court of recd .
I controlled simply because some one else disappointed in the picture end of the The Court of the State ',. 2 r, '
the So did the Metropolis.Not Sec.40. Supreme ...
delegates. : .
needs to be controlled." That is a one-third of those whose names scheme, which was tacked on to give have which jurisdiction !is granted in to all said causes court < ',.', { -. :(..i: .: <" : I :

. to catchy sentence and no doubt those who were printed in the list of delegateswere respectability to the cause. We were prosecuted record. Appeal from *the and said writs court of of error record shall tot I ; .J' "I' 1 i" ; :S!: ': ; : :.

are of the Times-Union's way of thinking told that Ex-Governor Bioxham'a picture Supreme Court in accordance with the lav ; '. .

will draw comfort from it in overflowing present. would be there also Supreme and rules governing such proceedings from t! ...1. ;,. .,.'... "_" 11 .; ..,:',;. .cr, i;,,; .
J I The list, together with the pictures cf circuit court to the Supreme Court. 'r .... ilI' ",:,;:; : '
: me&fcure, but is the reasoning; the and the short biographical Court Justice Parkhill would furnishhis Sec. 41. All the provisions of the Consul} >" < ,. 4' .,1 I' > '' ,J .-,""" ". t.: ,
delegates t. '
w tion and all laws enacted in consonance the) I .;t :.
sound? Suppose these objectors should sketches of their careers, was all pre- photo, but they didn't appear with pertaining to the said Criminal court,i, ..'':.:- : ..' .''':'t-.,.. 1. ......'. ..f....:,'1t., ,::'.'.-". .
: all the of the law the that record and the officers thereof including :1< :! :,;- ; .
object to prohibitions for-in advance by doubtless for same reason theeditor's "tJ' ,;.1.: ", :
.. pared-arranged; manner of the appointment or election and '. l 1. .'''(..., ,
c' "
because, forsooth they do not need to be Pleasant A. Holt, manager of the local I didn't appear-that he was a terms of office and compensation of said oB -..;'-.' -}, "!'I.k -. .".".. ,," : "..r"f
ers shall apply with like effect to the .. :"" .
controlled. If their objections were sustained campaign which was organized local optionist from an entirely different court of record and the officers thereof, exc ,.,..' : .>..l! ; .. ::.s.-, ,
option ,:: '. ,''' .. ,
would the law books not have to standpoint-not to boost or stand as provided by these amendments. Th<* peat .t.-, .'", ;, .",'" .
and is being paid for by the organized sponsor officers of said criminal court of rt-cc ...,'" ,.[, ,r'i -" .,
be purged of all.restraints against immorality for the saloons but solely becausehe shall be the officers of said court of record aj :'.;;... .1- .",!:,'" interests of the state. r: ; ,
whiskey discharge the duties and receive: the emo ", > ;:t ......"' .
and other crimes? Only a very That is the truth. honestly didn't believe state-wide meats of their respective offices until the< .: .k i j{ :-" ::\; ;
small of our citizens "need prohibition would or could accomplish piration of their present terms of office. T .-. :" : ; : ', .. '
percentage Times-Union made some mis <'. I'f < "
I The salary of the Judge of said court of record shi& : .." ,' .A, .
h to be controlled" and if this felicitous takes in its list of delegates. Here is anything more than local option. In be two thousand and five hundred dollars .:::,': '. ..I t; '.< >;-.1... ..'
.. .
4 payablequarterly by the county of E t f- ., '
: condition were good grqntid for objection one that was corrected in that paper last other words, the editor is a local option. year cambia,and may bt'ine1't'lby the Leg'>l .'. .. ..'\ .. .. 1- T .,1... ." "
r '. .... .
to the enactment and enforcement ist in the interest of temperance and ture. t 'it' "
Tuesday: From and after the expiration of the term E of laws designed to protect society "Editor Times-Union: I notice in we believe it worth more to the cause of office of the present Judge the Judge of saj t.. ,( .
court of record shall hold his office for fo* : < .. "
; f against the misconduct of the immoral your Thursday paper you have my nameas real temperance than state-wide prohi- years. :.. ,.... t :'"... 'to";.' ".;:. ,

and criminal minority would we not one of the delegates in favor of local bition as national laws now stand. But JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an nmen, ,- "'. ,,, ,. J.tJ '', ,''..fJ. '.'r...:,- ''..'. ., 't

s \ soon find ourselves very seriously handi- I will ask to'"correct this the saddest thing done at the conventionwas I ment to Section thirty-five of Article V oft ., '1,Yf t'
option. you Constitution of Florida, ': .
relating to establish) .t ;tr ; .,
in the matter of controlling those when went down in Marion I .. ; <
capped error, as my name was just taken from they ment of courts. i .' r : -':. ;

who do need to be controlled? the register book at the Aragon Hotel, county and got good old "Uncle" Henry Be of it Florida resolved: by the Legislature of the Stal!? lit' ,

., -+ and will ask you to state in your paper Long, gray.haired and tottering on the thirty-five That the of followtng Article V amendment of the Constitution to Sectioi >' :; ;; ::: :

J i 4 Major John Trice has been publishing that I am a state-wide prohibitionist, brink of the grave, to go up to Jackson. Florida Is hereby agreed to and shall be pi ., : ,'. \ .. .' "

?..t r /, with great gusto a table showing the Hid expect to do what I can to dry the .villa and accept the chairmanship of a for posed approval and submitted or rejection to the electors at the next the genera Stat| '.,.:.:; ":" '" ,' ,'.: "" .. '. : ;

tt expense of the courts as per capita for state of Florida. Respectfully yours, I II convention paid for by the whiskey in- election hereafter that is to say, said Soctlor .",-:,,-,,: ; <=I : ...:J ')

I ;I the various counties of the state. Knowing J.I W. Ki RoIoH." terests. This is the straw that breaks as thirty-five to read as of follows said Article: shall be amended s. ,:<:1'L I:I \ :.,, :i:: >; / .';

Ii how the wetness of the wet territory Webster Fla. the camel's back and puts the editor of 8 v. 35. ffo courts other than herein spec -..'d' v .". 1$' ,. ',;; '..;..b ., ".. .-. -
fled shall be established in this State exce '; .<, .. .'
'\ tt dampens the dry territory one would The Record squarely on the side of that the Legislature provide for the t '-, : 4 : \ :
II The News has nothing to say regard. may en .. :.t.. .. f ". ..
much difference in tin tion and establishment such additional .. r '. "., ..' ., Se:
11 i t not expect to see jog the standing of these men. Severalof state-wide prohibition. Pleas Holt you dicial circuits as may from time to time I ...." ; .::1<: t'i'" i > :.. ...".
'. : court costs and there have far.-Manatee come and for the .. ; ) :.r-. -
'i two as to appears them are well known in the state, but gone too Record. Governor necessiry appointmentthe ij '". '., :. .... ,,, ." "I
and '
confirmation -
by the Sena] .. : 11.< .i ,
in the face of it nothing remarkable in mentioned of additional circuit judges wh I
{ the bulk of them as being'prominent" therefor , ,
1- .t '
that the cost for thet' The locall "option" crowd held a convention terms Qf office and general nri&Uctionlhall '! '::' 0. '"
the fact average :,' '
i. r are scarcely known outside the same aa heroin provided for the :.; .-., .b
1 in Jacksonville last Thursday ctrc ,.;;.... %: .'
f is about the .. ." s t
judges herein
wet and dry same. their already provided for, and mi : ; t' ." ; ;
own precincts. .
and perfected a thorough organizationto clothe any railroad commission with judic : t : ., SOr
!" : However, the table needs a little an- ,: "I ; ':. -t 1.
in all
in 10- matters connected
Some of them honestly believe powers with theft Or _" .. ..'._ ."" J
all the small : fight the adoption of the prohibition tions of their office. .- ,
;j; l I alysis. Nearly counties cal option aa the best manner of dealing ,_'.::.. c'' 1. -" "',,,-3/l. '..
amendment It was a respectable crowd ,, "
.. '
all the
are dry and nearly populous with 'the evil. The votes cast In compliance with said pil .t ,. .
The liquor composed of lawyers, saw mill and turpentine posed: amendments and the canvass, decla ... i t .. ': ',.
cost aI.
.1 counties per capita thereof t 0.
wet. .
Some of them don't even believe that tiona and returns shall be subjected* ti .. .; ,' :
:i naturally be less in a populous county. men and one ex-preacher who the same regulations and restrictions as a' Ii". ;
'i 1i liquor is an evil. provided law for general elections Inttl .. !; !: :.
had excluded
been from the church
be- ;
i: Suppose we take counties in the same Some don't whether it is state of Florida.In | ,, 1 t -
i care a rap or cause he could not give up his partnership Testimony Whereof, I have hereuntomy : ;. ". :;'.;>$ ;" .
The fifteen
I for i
class comparison. dry 1 ;
! : it their ". .
; not. They are willing to give with the devil besides several others hand and affixed! the great seof <<> '' .t J
I s, i! : counties ranging between 10,000 and provided they are paid liberally : the State of Florida,at Tullahas!* .;. :;;' :;, : ..( .,.j.:,....
l !, support, > who ought to have known better. (SEAL) see, the capital, this tweniy-fiftl ., ,-' -: ; t'l! : a. .'. \ .ai '. .
l 20,000 in population show an average of .: .", -
l f for doing it. day July, A.D. 1910. ', t; r. '.
And here is Not .
a starnge thing. one '.' '!, -"" f. '" >
I '. : cost capita for court expenses, per H. CLAY CRAWFORD t. )
per Some three or four of those named as k- i
s", t figures of Major Trice's table, of 26 eing present are said to have been in wholesale or retail liquor dealer was Secretary of State? :("'.< :,. : :t.'t1[: -. :; .*f : r

permitted to join the organization. -? "'- __ ; 'r' .
t cents, while the three wet counties between favor of "drying" their home county. ... 'iiJ. '. : 4 'hrt

: t c r 10,000 and 20,000 the cost aver But the great body of thorn are for Why? Merely to keep the liquor dealers Little Elmer had been chastised for! -,' ..... ""; .. ;' 1,. I. .' 1... .

t > whose business is at stake in the telUng a fib. "You should be like ... ." c'- .
That looks little different .J ; t, '
: 47 cent a : .
\ 'ii'. .
ages the licensed saloon at home and ,
: everywhere ', ,
I George '. y.
and thus deceive WashIngton ] .
Background the said his '
voters father. '
Meade Leader. t. ., ,
'I : doesn't it-.J't. else. ." j\". ..
I.! I,. of the state who oppose the amendment "He never told a lie." 1 "., ,-".'.t'.;.., t. tH 1 '. .'. ,' I

t ': :: ; The strange thing about that alleged into believing that they are not working "What was the matter with him?' ._ -...: ..- '. I .' .' "fi"#i' ;' '" :.'. .+ .. w a
'On two separate occasiong lately the queried Elmer. "Couldn't -: : ...: 1
I convention: is that professedly reputable with the whiskey crowd.-Bronson he talk.- .: ,, :" ,a, -
x Jacksonville Metropolis has referred to _., : ._ f.... <.
like the Times-Union and ,, .
newspapers TimesDemocrat.We V ."
< .
i .', i: Sanford as a village. When Bob Holly the Metropolis would lend,or sell, themselves GO TO THE -"-.,- RESCUE.Don't ,
; .. ;i of the Sword Herald goes to Jacksonville to Pleas. Holt and his orgamza- note Polk county's representativeat .-'''> ,' : ,\':" ", :. ',, '. .

.! again the police had better meet tion of whiskey dealers to assist in misleading the organization of the Local Option 'i.""" ', t. ,.. .' "If'i'> ;I ...
; "f 1 :
it train and take hIs off of Walt Till Irs To 1 late. Foil -' :.,. .\, ., '1 > ,
him at the gun the people of Florida.If League was J. W. Brady. Inasmuch '. '. ...'t.' > ..\".1 II t.!. ''. !\. -.. IJ t

F' 4 him. He will never stand for this "viI. these papers deny that they participated as Col. Brady is with the exception of tbe Example ol a Starle Citizen. : :. .. """ ....t-rq.'r; ; } fI.t... .. ,. ,
IJ. : : .; ,
'" of Sanford" business It's too one other Bartow the .- ..11. (, .ji.t ,
lage lawyer "
this "fake only : r' "
] then one
\: ? knowingly in Rescue the aching back.If : : ..:j: :t J .,.1.., :f. i'T':' : .,. ',;i
..c' ',". j mucb.-8gu-ke Telegraph. their managers should be with their who has had the temerity to stump the it keeps on aching, trouble come ; t.. ,. .r' .. ,.. .Y., t..,. .

s.: Especially in connection with a Jacksonville kind in an asylum for the simple Bounty for the saloon side in a "wet ordry" Backache is kidney ache. f

r man who comes to a large city minded. They are either knaves or election in Polk county it is not If
'i. you neglect the
hard to see the true inwardness of the kidneys' warning l :
and get lost-with 6000 aimoleona on f-, too "easy" for metropolitan so-called "local option movement.Ft.Meade Lookout for urinary trouble-diabete

e. him at that. The next jay from Jacksonville journa1.iats.-Palatka News. Leader.An. This Starke citizen will show you hot flEII I i

I i .f will be placed under police protection to go to the rescue. ;,

# : .t".:. at once. The skyscrapers and Carlyle and His Horn Apt Headline. Mrs. E. M. Edwards Call St., Starke : '
; ':'8; of this "village" are too When the great writer Carlyle was An
street cars English weekly speaking of Fla., says: "I never used a remed

i much for them.-Sanford Herald. engaged to MIss Webb the latter Induced headlines, tells of an excellent one that proved of such great benefit tDoan's EIIf EII-l 1 _

here mother to consent that Car- which appeared over a story of the Kidney Pills. I suffered co !
lyle should live with both of them and
1 tell
> .. Some auti-prohibitionists us rigott forgery. In that case one of stantly from backache and bad di
share the
advantage of an established
1 the use of whiskey is all right-that: it is the devices by which Sir Charles Russell pains through loins. I anal
douse and income. But Carlyle an- my was
only the abuse of it that is wrong. From brought the unfortunate forger to : t
." swered Miss Welsh's proposal by say- to rest well and in the morning was
4 + this premise they argue that persons who bay was by getting him to write the lame
ing that two households could not live and stiff that it was difficult t
"u",, whiskey should not be put to inconvenience If and word "hesitancy." In the forged let-
as they were one that he would me to put on my clothing. The kids

I in buying it simply because never have any right enjoyment of his ter the word was misspelled "heslten- secretions were also irregular in ,. ;
i some one else abuses it. This is all very wife's company till she was "all his cy." The day the flight of Pigott was greatly
annoyed me. I at lens
wir .clear and convincing. Now all will bee own," adding that the moment he was announced an editor suggested the learned of Doan's .
Kidney Pilla
ren* if some one will tell us what the master of a house the first use he headline. "The Man Who 'Hesltetes' p
cured .
"use" of the liquid is. would make of It would be to slam Is Lost." and it was so excellent thatit a supply at the Starke Drug f

the door against nauseous Intruders. was immediately put in type. I had only noel three boxes bef re I\

' r cured and I am now feeling tettpr tl
''. .. The Bra lentown Journal Joe Hum Revenue Cutttr. His Suggestion. I have in
vears. I give Doau'a Kidt
celebrated The first revenue cutters were builtat Why don't you call
phreys' paper recently its your newspaperthe Pills the credit."
the order of Alexander Hamilton Appendix asked the
i t twenty-third birthday. The Journal is when he was secretary of the treasury the political boss. enemy For sale by all dealers. Price 50: cen t i

one of the very best weekly tapers pub- and except in war time when they are "Any special reason for granting me Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo New Yor!

iished in Florida and is enjoying well subject to the authority; of the navy to do son sole agents for the United States. s ;

they are still under treasury: department -, "Wen. ifs a useless organ."-Pitts-, Remember the name Dean's an .

deferred.proHit5'-,.......;: '\ orders. I burg Post. __ ._. .. .r* I Ir I take no other.
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Oeo.bag E. gofer, the showman, walked WHEN YOUR FOOD DOES NOT DI&EST! well and you feel Keep it Handy PHHI KIMEYCATARRHI2-2

into town Tuesday with a big revolver "blue" and tired and discouraged, you should use WOt d emergency t
midden sickness _
when accidents or
strapped to his belt. Sheriff Langford come, acts u promptl"Painkittet 'u .
nothing1 .
: J.ti S},{:,', y v+.,y',: r .;
asked him what authority he had for SlfVIEViORISRED = c < / Gen. A.4 Hawley, of Washing

carrying the weapon and he answered 2 (nEar BATIS1) ,' : .: :: :< : :;r::..:::.::: .:.::.}:.; : ton, D.jrvna C. fyrttes: / have usedPe* ,
that he had none, except that he was a Invaluable ,
traveling man and did it for protection. LIVER REGULATOR for cramps Diarrhoea lie., Puff'/ { 'Y? and, *flnd ft very beneficial

Knfer arrested for carrying fire. 1e for 'tKiWe and especially
was (THE POWDER FOllY [DAVIS 1 kidney yto
arms without a license and was fined $5
It opens the bowels, sweetens the stomach r nd strengthens;: the PAIN! good tor

and costs in Judge Dekle's court. digestive: organs. A dose taken at bed time restores a fine feelingof jllUlDifferent : coughs,colds

Episcopal CDunl health and energy. : r> y and catarrh

OLD BY OULIH Pa.cs. LARGE: PACKAGE. ....eaArk at troao*
Sunday October 2, 1910, 19th Sunday .
fnr the ( rnnln with the Brd Z on the lah.l. If you rannnt S't It remit! to at. we will .. "
after Trinity. trndhy mail poitpald. Mmtnoui( Liver R.xolotor it put up also In liqoi.l form fur those Hbu prricr les.
it. 1'ricc. tl.uo per bottle. Luok for the Ked :'i lal><'I.
Sunday School 9:30.
J. H. ZEILIN & CO.. PROPS.. ST. LOUIS MO. From a Mountain. : ..l I ,
Morning prayer A certain Phllad-alptian who Is at

Evening prayer 7:30. once a minister of the gospel and a '
The Times-Union says: "It is not :registered physician had an amusing' ,
John B. Stetson University experience In his attempt to corner a
the business of the state to teach religionor .I time f, >e.f Gen. A. & J '
morals. Certainly it is not the business LINCOLN HULLEY Ph. D., Litt. D., LL. D., President Christian Scientist. Every they r:: {
:set this Scientist took occasion to ....: Hawley.
of the state teach religion, in these THE BEST SCHOOL r NAND FOR YOUR CHILDREN scoff at medical science and to dwell j ft

se of fostering or favoring any par. BEND THEM TO STETSON : upon tie: wonders that could be per- S

1 ticular creed; but the state's highest 49 Professors and Instructors College of Liberal Arts ford) : Hirongh faith. William Bailey m? 'I,

duties as declared by the supreme courts 17 University Buildings College of Law You are convinced that through Ii
28 Acre of
Campus Technology
the United States and, stares isitto College "
riof many faith you can do anything, said the
581 Students Last Year College of BusineS3
safeguard the pub [ morals and to $250,000.00 Endowment Preparatory Academy medical man one day. .

elevate their standard by wise statutes. 15,000 Volumes in Library Normal and Model Schools "Yes," he replied; "faith will move Kidney Trouble for Nearly t, itrty Years. I

>rink being admittedly at the root of $10,000.00 Pipe Organ School of Mechanic Arts mountains." ; William Bailey,Past Col. Enc.No. 69. Union \veteran Legion, and prominently e

'he greater portion of !all cdme, items 10 Large Laboratories Science School of Music I' A week later he was in the doctor's 1 identified with many of the great lahr' )rorcctivo; associations in

eminently that,the state Unsurpassed General Equipment School of Fine Arts office with a swollen jaw, due to tooth Chicago and :New York, and secretary of onf >>. trfe: largest; associations
proper Separate dormitories and Careful administration and thorough tupcrristoik I .
mid seek to eliminate this toe Christian I for young men young women. ache. | in the former city, had for nearly thirty :yea. lien: afflicted with kidney
menace and not sectarian: teaching.: For catalogs or view, for information or for room reservations address I
i public morals.-Ft. Pierce Tribune. JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY DeLAND. FLORIDA. "What, you bore?" the doctor exclaimed : troubles. "- .
IMMMMMt I with feigned astonishment. | Within a short period he has been persuay c# to try Peruna, and his |

Belle-Be Just won't propose. "Oh, doctor" he said "I have suffered present healthy condition is attributed to hint: :|iciou4 TI8O of that great < r

iNelle <31ve him the mitten. agouy all through the nIght. 1 1 remedy. Washington climate is notoriously! l for kidney and liver' 1

[Belle-What good is a mitten for simply can't stand this pain any troubles, yet by a Judicious use of the remedy hf \\a now quite cored and in .

Jd fet?-Cleveland Lender. MONEY LOANEDON longer!" | excellent physical condition. j ;

"Have you tried faith?' the physi This brief statement of facts, without exagg:*r 1on or hyperbole,

',yf' County1Treasurer's Report EAL ESTATELONG clan asked him. "You know you told 1 to tell the whole story, which the Feruna Compicy la authorized to use, if '

it !tJ FOR MONTH ENDING AUG. 81, 1910 me faith could move mountains." it so chooses, believing, an I do, that by so doing tt will be for the general j
,t _e Hon. Board of County Commissioners of 1 good. William Bailey,581 St, 3* :., Washington D.C.
Bradford county, Florida: "But this is a cavity, doctor.
-- wi.M..M.--- -- - -- -
>The to undersigned submit the following,treasurer report.of said county, TIME EASY PAYMENTSFor KkJaeys Affected-Back Weak. the me-'l i-fewbotUe.. built np her ,

GENERAL FUND. PUasing the Sultan. Mr. M. Broderick, Secretary and health and .trength."I .
______ Information Write RaId Belton told the following story Treasurer Local Union No. 406 International took 1 ? ana for a cold which set -
:tIC. 1 'l'o amt on hind.-_______ 13742: 54
"", 17. To amt rec of A C Croom______ 433 00 THE JACKSON LOAN & TRUST COMPANYof which Illustrates exactly the attitudeof Brotherhood of Teamsters, tied in mj Sidneys, giving me much
25. AC Croom___.. 3651 the sultan of Morocco toward the In i weeks I much better'
writes from 435 E.46th St.,Chicago, 111., pain. tt?; was ,
r. 4214 05 Jackson, Mississippi. French: as follows: and in a f e r.tnonths I was well" +

\ __- 9-16-4t One day the sultan asked a lady, the "1 hare been suffering from a weak forliklver and KMacys. '
81. By: warrants c&'Jht'd..uuu 930 f'9 ,.
81. Br: balance---------------------588 ft wife of his dentist, to play one of the back and kidney trouble for some time, Mr. W. n Armiatead, Cumberland, "

1 moo pianos that were In the room of the and hare been able to find relief only. I C. H.,Ya., ites:

palace. She played several pieces, one through the use of Pernna. "Your Pe ftna has cured me of chronic i. .
.. 81. Toamtonhand..uu3SSS6:! Application for Tax Deed. Notice of Final Proof. of them at length catching the sultan's "During the winter season I usually ,catarrh of tatg standing. I thank you 1\

BRIDGE FUND. Notice Is herebv given that Wesley U.,S. Land Office at Oalnesvllle, Fla.Sept. ) Fancy, whereupon the following little keep a bottle of your medicine in the so much foil : our advice. I think It!$ ft:
., ;,
25.1. To To amt amt we onhand of A C_(;room.-775434: !2 14 chairs Williams of and Tax NCertlfloate:Mar-- Williams No. ,10, pur-dated Notice Ic hereby given that Jowph .H.17 King. 1910., I dialogue took place: house, and by taking a dose at night I' a great msj 'clne. It will do all th".t .', .
\ .. 1. .. J N Langford__ 102 50 the 4th day of July,A.D.1904, has filed said of Brooklyn. Florida, who on July: :27! 1900, Sultan That piece Is very nice. am feeling fine the next mornings you reoom %nd it to do. Besides,I eaaft t:
certificate In office and ha made application made Homestead Entry Serial No. 05740 for ,h
I I\ -393898 for tax deed my to issue In accordance with Se 4 Section 8. Township 8 South. Range 23 What Is it called? "Some of my friends assure me that recommend to cure all liver and kidney -
law. Said certificate embraces the following East Tallahassee Meridian has filed noticeof Dentist-It is the "March on Cadiz." Parana is equally as ,good: for their varIous trouble {
'I 81. By: warrants cashed_---____.. 645 41 described property situated In Bradford county intention to make Final Commutation Proof, It[ was written to commemorate the ailments as it is for my complaint; Cftro Stgc Kidney Trouble., .
: 81. By balance ____.., __ 329357 ,Florida to-wit: to establish claim to the land above described
f---u.---- 8wi{of ne1 and nw>i of seli of see 12, tp 5 s, bt-torethe Register and Receiver, at; Gainesville ,Spaniards driving the French out of but I do know that for kidney trouble JndgeC.J Park K.F.D.l.Buckhead, f It'M

393898 range 18 e,80 acres. Claimant,Florida names,on the as 26th witnesses day of: L.October P. Wynn, 1910., 'Spain. and suffering from a weak back it has 'Oa., writes: w... .

31. To amt on hand_.______...__. SS3: 57 issuance The said of land such being certificate assessed at in the the date name of the olG. of Brooklyn, Fla.;A. R. Hntnon of Brooklyn, Sultan-What! Were the French in ao equal." "For a lorg! time I was troubled with :
shall Fla.;H. C. Ht'Ibt'rgt'rofBrooklyn.FIa.W. Spain? Cold Settled In Kidneys. catarrh of tKo kidneys,and after taking ,-
FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND. F. McLeod. Unless said certificate W. Carter, of Like Geneva, Fla. '
41 1. To amt on hand_________------ 42 26 he redeemed according to law, tax deed will HENRY S. CHUBB Register. Dentist-Yes. Mr. Joseph Klee 215 East 4th 8f, Pernna' I fetalike. a new man. I thinkIt
17. To amt..rec of A C Croom.___._ 43500 issue thereon on the Sultan-How many of them? Topeka, Kas., writes: the greatfct catarrh medicine of the
31Sr DAY OF OCTOBER D. 1910.
J N 00
1. Langford. wife took Pernna for liver trouble age and belfeve it will of -
1. J N Langford__ 9 00 Witness my hand and official Heal this the26th Dentist-About 200.000. "My cure any cat .
day of S-pteml>er, A. T). 1010. BITTERNESS. Sultan (In a surprised tone-And the and a run-down condition incident to. 'catarrh on ricord. "
48726 W. WEEKS,
(" ,Fla. Bad is its Spaniards drove them out? --
(SEAL) Cl'k C't C't Bradford 0. temper own scourge.
ai. By warrantsc&'Ihed__________ 1314t S6 By R. A. WEEKS,D.O. Dentist-Yes, every one of them. /
I 81. By: balance.._______--- -____ 355 60 Few things are bitterer than to feel
There was a slight pause while the Job Printing Neatly Done.
48726 Th Rat Population.The bitter. A man's venom poisons him-
sultan was thinking hard'and then:

.. 81. To amt on hand___.._......__ 8M 60 Is rat fire population times greater of most than communities that of I more than his victim.Buxton. II IIself Sultan (quietly)-Play it again. T /

BOND FUND. the" human.

.. 1. To amt on hand_________._--.. 15 94&

.., -__15__94_ Notice of Election

.. 81. By: balance ___....____..u____ 15 94& STUDY BOTH SIDES. rIII

Sr 15 94 To the Florida Sheriff:of Bradford County of the Stateof ,

t 81. To amt on hand___-___--____ 15 94 Be it known that I, H. Clay Crawford, Secretary -
m. BUILDING FUND. of State for the State of Florida,do here- f
notice that a6ENEUL
r 4' 1. To amt on hand________.._.. 69 Si' by give J
25. To amt we of A C Croom____ 9 li I ELECTIONwill (CO-EDUCATIONAL) r '
be held in Bradford county, State of FlorIda .
78 5 O ,on Tuesday first succeeding the first Monday LAKE CITY FLA. HENRY WISE ,'RIB nL E. B.A...D. D. II -
In November, A.D. 1910 the said Tueuda y fret
41, 81. By balance ______._..__._--_--78 H being the Will You Vote Against Are You inState Favor of i. .
78 K EIGHTH Population city 7,000. saloons. city in United .
Representative from the 2d Congressional States. 7 thousand death in last
81. To am on hand____--_--.__. 78 50 District of Florida In the sixty-second Con Only per rate 20 years. Highest "
gress of the United States. Local Self-Govern Centralization altitude of any city in Florida. Beautiful, paves streets. College '.
Treaa. M: ..1
G. W. HAZEN. For two Justices of the Supreme Court of th< -
State of Florida. property worth$400,000. Ten fine buildings on bjeantifully; adorned '
School Fund.To For two Members of the House of Representatives "
and laid-out 35-acre 320-acre farm '
of the State of Florida. campus. college fully equipped, .
the Hon. Board of Public Instruction of. For two Railroad Commtwlouers of the Stai adjoining. Academic, Normal, Commercial, Collegiate, Art and
Bradford county Florida: of Florida. melt? tion?
I.the undersigned,treasurer of said county, For county Assessor of Taxes. Music departments as complete as if they were separate institutions. I
bee leave to submit the following report for For Tax Collector.For Diplomas issued on of in each? Curriculum
completion course department. -
the month ending Aug. 81, 1910, on account; County Treasurer.For .
School fund: five County Commissioners.For in each department as high as any in the land. Board and ,
Aug. 1. To amt on hand______._____1 274 2. three Members of the County Board o f :
.. 19. To amt I't\C of J C Poppell .___ 9 00 Public Instruction.For Read for Yourself What the See How the Amenders Want to tuition very reasonable. Students as low as 5th grade admitted.
.. 1. JBDowfingl-__- 25 80 Justice of the Peace In and for the fol- Positions secured for all competent and worthy jitodents who want
1' 25. A C Croom___ 12780 lowing justice districts, viz: .
81. To transfer from Hellbronn. -84 00 NO!a.. Present Law Is. Change It. them. ;
For terms address
52082 No. 4. sWILL
II 81. balanae _._____. 5:082:! No. 8. J. O'CONNOR Business
By ------------ Manager.
For Constable In and for the following jus PRESENT CONSTITUTION. PROPOSE!) AMENDMENTTO ,
\ tlce districts,viz "
81. To amt; on Fand.52082 110
G. W. HAZED, Treas.Carter's No. 2.
No. 4.
No. tt.
M In Testimony Whereof I have hereunto se t /
my hand and affixed the great Sea 1 LOCAL OPTION RESOLUTION (NO. I 1)).
(SEAL) of the State of Florida at Ta llahast .
see, the capital, this 39th
t Prices August A. D. 1910. Section 1. The board of county com SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION Pro
H.! CLAY CRAWFORD, Det4it-30
Secretary of State'. missioners of each county in the State, posing an Amendment to Article XIX Warren <

To J.N. LANGFORD. oftener than once in two
Sheriff Bradford county.: not every of the Constitution of the State of

y On Fancy Groceries: years, upon the application of one-fourth Florida, relating to the Manufactureand Standard From Tires to Spa (c Plugs.

Armour's Star H&ms, the very of the registered voters of any county, Sale. or Other Disposal of Intoxicating

: best, 21 cents per pound. shall call and provide for an election in Liquors or Beverages.

n' White Meat, 13 cents per pound. JOHNSFURNITURE$ the county in which application is made, I
11.75 sack of 100 Be it resolved by the Legislature of
Pulp, per
t Beet to decide whether the sale-Qf intoxicating -
s.Peaches. the State of Florida:
pou1 liquors, wines or beer shall be prohibited -
cents can.
12J4 per
Pork and Beans, 3 for 25, cents. therein, the question to be determined THAT Article XIX of the Constitution ,

1'' Mb. Can Corned Beef, Of oents.f by a majority vote of those of the State of Florida be, and the

., 10-quart Galralzed Buckets, 20 voting at the election called under this same is hereby, amended so as to readas

': cents each. section, which election shall be conducted follows:
.I I Good Galvanised No.2;; Tube,
in the manner prescribed bylaw
oj 65 cents each. Artiple: XIX, Section 1. The manufacture .
i Tin Ware cheap. CO.Dealers for holding general elections; provided -

-. Good Mixed Corn, |O5 a sack. and sale, barter or exchange, of Runabout and Roadster, $1,200

I. No. 1 Timothy Hay, $1.50per THAT intoxicating liquors, either all in toxicating liquors and beverages, Demi-Tonneau, $1,300 Touring.t;Car' $1,325

hundred pounds. in spirituous, vinous or malt, shall not be whether spirituous, vinous or malt, are Torpedo and Fore Door $l '500
Sugar, 16 pounds$1.00.)( hereby forever prohibited in the Stateof < -
White Shorts, $1.80 per sack. Furniture, Iron Bedsteads sold in any election district in which a Florida, except alcohol for medical, Coupe, $1,750 jj I ;

; No. 2 White Oats, $1.85 a sack. majority vote was cast against the same :
Mattings Rugs scientific or mechanical and Double Bosch high tension ma,+ '(lax
j. Kerosene Oil, IS cents per gal at the said election. Elections under purposes, ignition system. gpeto. and
Art Squares and Rub- wine for sacramental purposes; the sale oil lamps. Four cylinders. Engine cast era Bloc. s0-hone- .
'r ion.I shall be held within sixty
this section
power. 34 in. x 3rd in. and 34 in. x 4 in. tir4. 110-in. wheel
Rice 25 pounds, 6f which alcohol and wine for
Best Japanese beroid pur
Flooring days from the time of presenting said base. Three speeds forward and reverse.a{' !
$1.00. aforesaid shall be .
poses regulated by
1 Beat Rice. whole head pearl Stoves, Hardware, application, but if any election law. You can pay more, but yon can't get more foiiyonr money. .

i grain, 14 pounds 100. should thereby take place within sixty You can pay lens, but think of the repair jails. -
Cutlery and Crockery.We
Sweet and Irish Potatoes, Cab. of State or National election, AGENTS WANTED. !. :
days any Section 2. The Legislature shall enact __ __ _____ __ ______ _*c_/__
bags, 8K per lb.; Onions 50c per carry the Magnetic mixed it shall be held within sixty days after suitable laws for the enforcement ol J 1 .
peck. Paints and Oils. National election. G. ALISON, DEALER Mi r oPYJ Fla.
such State or
any the provisions of this Article. .
III Come to store near the depot I Come and see us.TERMS .
my Section 2. The Legislature shall pro- .. : 9-23-5J
ii and Inspect my goods.
.. EASY. vide necessary laws to carry out and enforce Section 3. This Article shall go intc .

l.C.CARTERstarke I I the provisions of Section one of effect on the first day of July, A. D,
Johns Furniture Co. JOB I IIs
fla.p" this Article. 1911. The Telegraph POINTERV: -

Starke, Fla. This Means Home Rule. This Destroys Home Rule
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I The Tempter Won. RICHARD mtt1mtt1mmmm'" mmmmmmmn SENS.
H. C. .
When the late Baron Nordenskjold! j .

was at Ceylon on the way home from A A MONTHLY

A Singular Bet his journey along the northern const of Legend fieneral las ara nC INCOME IN

Siberia he received n telegram from ',..... ,'..." .,......, ,'-' ,,-'.

By ALLAN--C. LAMOND the czar whether Russian a certain he would government decoration accept as asking an from apprc hist th Br SUSAN YOUNG PORTER companies represent d and none will be but constantly RS'T-CLASS on the i For 20 yefe or for Life'' : Suann

elation of his services to Russia. j'V. Copyright 1910. by American Press alert] to promote your interests. Guarantee :
Copyright, 1910. by American Press Association. See)
Association. many days the famous explorer WAI conrteons treatment to all patron

ered, as he was a member of B/"r A well written policy by a first-claas I

We were nut six line officers at a sterna Bjornson's Anti-decoration dab, In tbe year A. D. 875 at a Maying: agent in a first-class company eorae-! THE PftUDENTIAL'S'.l TEN

two cotfipany post In the western wil whose members were solemnly pledged! party in Suffold county England a times means much in case of loss by fire
never to decoration from ==
accept any young Saxon yeoman saw a girt dancing .
derness. We bad played poker till we anybody: Nordenskjold. however could with others about a Maypole. So H. C. RICHARD Starke, Ha. ----- _-,, -------- fUv. W

had won one another money several not resist the temptation so he replied I'
graceful was she. her eyes were so == Very NEWEST
times over but It was tho same money to the telegram In the affirmative. It iDEA. in Life. Insurance! Mtrch
In the -- 1
blue her hair, glistening sunlight !
passing! and repasslng between us.and Is not hard to Imagine his disappoint- DR. LEROY W. DENHAM :::: 1 of tor ofvanna
l and tossed about with every step. --
tbe fund hadn't Increased under ment when upon reaching: home, a 1. )
was so fair, so happy: was her smile so E At of 30 for ? (00.41
the operation. Neither bad it de- friend of his a high official. told him DentistEdwards __. age a year during FlghtiiA '
creased. the following: "The Russian government melodies' her laughter that the young 5 (a saving of $8.37 a month)
t- There was nothing; to buy, your family will receive ,.
man was enraptured. '
, L neither wines wns well aware of your antagonistic Bldg. Starke, Fla. =: after deitfi $30.00 ttn
I ... liquors nor cigars. We John your Every Month for
,I views In regard to decorations! Boylan was a strapping youth circle L

. : had brought a supply with us. and had. therefore, placed In readiness who could 'send an arrow Into the _._------ --" ..- -... E 20 years, or $1,200-00Jn?) all! Nab1t. 1J

{ After every mari of the sis-tte commandant 300,000 rubles to be paid you In the core of an apple at 200 yards and bad :::: bJter1&n

'I didn't play poker-bad been event of your refusing to accept the already borne a pike In the cause of R. F. ENSEY I E At a slightly higfie'r cost, the income (wouldcontinue the rota

i' cleaned out half a dozen times proceeded i insignia but before paying that sum his king Edmond. against tbe Danes. Civil and Mechanical EngineerOLD I E I for life. i iE I tie char

"on tab" and cleaned out every they wanted to try your firmness. Rus- I having been with his sovereign on the i r I ] reeiani
'. other man half a dozen times. Carter, sia is certainly grateful to you for fatal day when he was defeated and TOWN FLA. === -4- .. set prey
captain of my company, remarked: your failure to live up to your pledge." his reign came to an end. John's fa- 1 from t.-

"'I otter $10 to any man of this ther had since died and left him possessIon jBYear.V Experience In the Fit-Id. = (E Write for Rates fSI 't trueR Age anal Learn How '. forming

I crowd who will give me a new sensa Death Was a Live One. of the farm consisting of 500 YOU can Provide anSI Absolute Guaranteed Income cr 8nndAmont

L. tion." While on the way to the race track In acres In land, with many cows, sheep Contracting road, Concrete Work Construction Specialties. and Rail for Your Family. : -

I t "Make it a hundred" said Billy Kendall New Orleans one day several winters pigs and other cattle. Ills mother had .I the

. second lieutenant of E company, ago; an undertaker named Mr. Dooley died before his father, and he bad no Florida Land Lines Reo Located wit accuracy I | E. P. DUNC jlH Special Agent supt.

'and I'll try." passed; a funeral procession on Its way brothers or sisters. t Wean

"I'll make it a bundred if you suet( the cemetery. Dooley had a friend And so it was that when John saw < act prat

Geed, you to pay roe a hundred if you with him, another Irishman, who ex the graceful Etbelreda dancing about DR. N. W. FRANCIS, =.=: STARK : I! FLORIDA. day achtw.

don't" claimed. "Sure, death always wins." the Maypole he bethought himself bow : The '

-That's fair; I'll go you once." I T"Who's happened to be a horse entered happy be would be if he might take General Surgery a Specialty. j1UUn.ml1U1U1U1U1U. !unU1U1U1U1U1Ull UWU refusal (

.+ to decide who wins? asked that! day named Death and he won her home to live with him. Straightway Office Hours, 10 to 12-1 to 2:30 the ehu:

Carter. I with ridiculous ease, Dooley winning a be went to her father and said to Mrs Kate Powell,Matron In charge office. as such

"I'll make a more definite proposition good bet on him. Dooley told all his him: Office over Mitchell's Drug Store. I rdfDl't
," replied Kendall. "I'll bet you j I friends of the Incident and they all '1 wish your daughter to wife. 1 Starke, Florida them.

r' that on or about tomorrow morning I went out to the course the next time have my own farm and cattle, but I t Then

'j pull old Tom's nose." x Death was entered. lie'won every have no one to milk the cows or to AGENCY EJOU.BLISHED IN isse. ode on

Old Tom was the major thirtyeightyears time be started for thirteen races. It keep me company when I have done '

i old, bald, dignified even pompous was near getaway day when everyone my work or to have a care of my estate r COFFINS CASKETS I IAn FIRE INSURANCE: ,, -1:1:
I when I have into tbe forest
a martinet and his proper name was packing up ready to Gt6e tbe gone
was Thomas Ordway. I It I last train for New York. The horse to bunt or am called upon by my lord a-Fnll Line of J. R. DA 'is & COMPANY ::a n was

"Great Scott! You'll be court mar- was sold that afternoon at an auction to do battle. I therefore pray you to Undertakers' Supplies r at anor

. baled and shot" sale and the buyer was Mr. Dooley.lie give me your daughter." STARKE, IIFLORIDA..- .

"Do you take me?"' hitched him a month later toa So tbe father, knowing of John's Always on hand. The best ser v. a.

1 "I certainly do but the money will! hearse and the horse became frightened wealth, called his daughter and, point- vice at the lowest prices. Special it S r the

do you no good except to pay for your and ran away and was not stopped ing to the young man. who was at the attention to Telegraph Orders. had ,
1 I time leaning on his bow, said to her
funeraL" until the graveyard was reached. : t.O{
I i Til risk that: put up the funds." After the burial Dooley had the horse "This man has his own farm and his Embalmer ding

s.:' Seabury captain of F company. Avas shot and buried near the cemetery. cows and his sheep and his pigs, but Registered. nt t

made stakeholder, and he. with tbe he has no wife to milk the cows or ''S ttdthe
"You're a dead one now. Death, said WILLIAMS% P THE f FRE1Gll1
" I two first lieutenants, were appointed Dooley. "but a live one in those thirteen have a care of the sheep or feed his Q. C. LIVIN OSTON & Co. \

; \ I umpires. Tbe rest of the day was races."-Baltimore American.The pigs when be Is in the forest bunting Starke
, .: spent in wondering how Kendall was or doing service In war for his suze '
: -. rain. Therefore he has asked me for 211 West Bay St. -P. O. & going to get out of losing his bet for Fashion of the House. : : : \ a

,I r. as to pulling the major's nose one A servant girl happened to be engaged you to be his wife, and" you will get J. J. Wt'ILLIA".'" .C.. .'.."../."". .''''', :
ready for the wedding. "'"
might as well pull the of the I ';
r nose secretary !
.I at a farmhouse where the mistress ,3-:" '.'iber
.' Ethelreda knew this to be
a com-
of war. the highest official .
an : was known to have a hasty tem CASE GOODS.t h HOMESTEAD CORN J
j mand. and any command from her GENERAL REPAIRINGI WHISw [
l. -officer considers, except the president
On the first Saturday night the
. who Is only supposed to figure In par. g per.lrl was at the farmhouse she was told father she would not think of disobey- have opened a general repair DESOTO RYE. .-j 1 gallon Jug express paid_____.$ t 6R,. (.x .b

dons. But since no one could guess by the mistress to clean the boots ,! ing. She cast only one shy glance at shop in the building next door to 4 Full Quarts Express paid_____$ rfpOi SPECIAL OFFER. '.':!.:) : .- K

what BUly was up to. we finally drifted ready for Sunday. The mistress oncoming John when the word wife was spoken, J. M. Alvarez's store and am pre- I 6
Into Tignt et un and and. seeing the tall well formed young 12 ------ i 6 ,#
were obliged into the kitchen later on saw Machines Bottling. Express Paid. 7t" dia
to Sewing ,
pared repair
to be content with this for the rest of that; the girl had cleaned her own boots man looking kindly upon her she gave Watches Clocks Pianos r 12 freight paid______ l 2)O 100 Pints in drum Express paid.. $28 CdJs .

the day and evening. first. So she took them up and threw him her heart at once and went awayto Organs, i i WILLIAMS' No. 10 RYE. f 200 Half Pinta in drum tSfIf< |

> That night the surgeon was called them Into a tub of water that was begin her preparations for the wed- Guns,Furniture, etc. 4 Full Quarts Express paid $ 80 Sold only by drum Will 6t break drear: _
ding. First-class work guaranteed. :::::: ;
-up to treat nose, the major's colored standing by and bounced out of the 6 .. .. 4130
't .striker. He found Mose throwing up kitchen. The girl said nothing, but It was but.a few weeks' after this I carry a. full line of machine c 12 II _____ ;Id 00 CORN WHISKEY Express Paid.'p"_ t

d.s. 'his supper of pork and hard tack. Tbe when she had cleaned the other boots that a bridal party of which John and needles, oil and supplies. 24 II _____ 950 Rocky Fork, per bottle Ex. pd._$ '1'43 '

... next morning Mose remained in bed. she threw them also into the water. Etbelreda were the principal figures, W. J. WILSON, OLD HALIFAX RYE. J Rocky Fork.-per case. "" --P W

-1, 'I The surgeon could not see that anything "Whatever possessed you to do that left the church where they had been 4< Full Quarts Etpt'esspaid1 4J20 N. C. White. 1 gal" -.: JMN.
Phone 49 Starke Fla. ..
1 I\ was the matter with him. but girl?' asked the mlstres's on coming married and started for John's home. 6 II II II __ 600 .rC. White bfiCenyoetrenrI gal II ___,.875 tv

:j 1 '.1. Mose persuaded him to report to the again In the kitchen. ,To reach it they were obliged to pass 13 ______ 12)00SUNNY 1 gal" __ S 25

J '. major tbat his striker .was unable for The girl simply replied: over a bridge across a small stream SOUTH RYE. RYE WHISKEY-Express.Paid.

'I tbe present to perform his duties. "Well, ma'am please ma'am, I called Goldbrook. This they did. making I 4 Full Quarts Express paid_____| 2375 Per: Gal1Am. ,

J t'I Just before guard mounting Kendall thought it "wasthe fashion of the merry the while, though when 6 ** ** ____ 4 Queen City_________Express paid |3 SO

: sent an orderly to Captain Seabury to house, ma'am-London! Tit-Bits. they were halfway over John stopped r 12 .____\ 8* fl Sunny South___u___ J H II 7

.; say that :tss soon as the old guard had and a shudder passed over his stalwart 88 Pints ____ 12pO Rye Malt____________ II II Il U

; marched off' YELLOWSTONE BOURBON. Hurdle Rye Special 4 >50( ,
some one the umpires Saved by Her Voice. frame. But whatever the cause be To growthe an- ,
est flowers and| Overholt _______ ___ II 450
were to be at Old Tom's quarters 4 Bot esexpresspaid----' f Bf, J\ u
When traveling to Paris with some conquered it and passed on with, tbe most luscious u
II _
i ready to observe the pulling of his other ladles same light step as before. eaetsble9. Plant the beat Case,express paid,_____________ 12 b Rich Hill---------- 450
on one occasion Mme. weds. Ferry Seeds are belt Planter II 500
: I f i nose. Grist brd a thrilling adventure. At a The wedding was celebrated with tecaus they neverfanlnyleld OLD BOONE Old Boone- :::-:::: ... 500
The major was in a bad humor that feasting and dancing tbe or cusllty. The best uwdeam Bottled in bond by the U. S. Gov'm'! II'
I l... small wayside station a man entered singing of end farmers everywhere < Williams' Private Seal 8 00
i t morning in consequence of the abI. the carriage and it soon became evIdent minstrels and games, all of which were know Frrry'a "cdi of to bo the 4 Full Quarts, Exp. paid_______f 5* DO
itandara quality
"i i sence of his body servant and being customary at weddings in that day. yet highest attained. For sal 12 Full Quarts, Exp. paid______ 12:75: ALCOHOL.
: required his from his threatening gesturesand verywliera. 24 Full Pints, Exp. paid_____ ___ 13 .. One r
:.I t to get ready own bath after which the bride and went -- ; Grade Only and jug Ex. pd. ti 50
: eccentric behavior that he was a groom [RttrS 1910 feed Annual 48 Full % Pints, Exp. paid___ ___ 151X)
and other
:. j I perform menial duties that back to John's farm. A GIN Express paid,$3 50. f 3 23 and 50
; dangerous lunatic. Though her companions Free on request
-, were usually attended to by Mose. Never did it appear that a newly a u.1trr a a.,
were panic stricken, Mme
When tbe umpires beard the tramp of married couple would be happier. But maiT.icica. Send us a Order.
the Grisi retained complete presence of .frial[
i.1 guard that bad been twenty-four : they had not been together a week .
mind and with the utmost
; horsy composure
on duty going to their quarters before a band of robbers ran off with

:1.1 all three of them moved, at different began to sing. At once the maniac the best of John's cows. Then in tbesummE'r.

I t I times, so as not to attract attention. was quiet. Ills whole attention was
during a thunderstorm the
1 to headquarters. Near the door they riveted on that magnificent voice and
lightning struck the house and well
rallied be remained the most of MEDICINALW.ISK1ESWe
on the center and conferred.It appreciative
nigh demolished
I It. In tbe autumn a
' ,' was agreed that Seabury should listeners: until the train reached the
snowstorm such as had never been
.r make an excuse to go In. stay as long next: station where he: was secured. It
, before in covered
I as he could then come out to be replaced transpired subsequently that he wasa John's Want to Sell
I sheep, and very few came out 4You ,
'i i !! by one of the others. Seabury maniac with homicidal tendencies
alive. The next spring a baby was
I entered asked the major some trivial ,vho had escaped from
an asylum.
born to the couple, but it died a few
r' I question on a matter of duty and came .. THE dOMPANY
Vi''i hours after its birth and Its mother GLENDALE
out reporting that tbe major had his "Peddler's Acre." ,
went with It.
: ;: coat off and his collar unbuttoned. Lambeth
' ( church has numerous Then John went out to Goldbrook SIQ. SAMUELS
1 t while Kendall was stropping a raz r.I historic ,
monuments, and in
one of stream and
cut tbe
an Inscription
I In a few minutes I went in and came on JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,{
,, I .x.. f the windows is the full length figureof keystone to this effect: CHATTANOOGA, TENN.

" out to report that the major was in a peddler with his pack staff and "In the year of our Lord 870 King 13 to 21 S. Laura St. j 318 E. Ninth StQlendale's
, the chair in which Mose usually dog. This is
' supposed to represent Edmond having been defeated by the .
shaved him. Kendall was lathering
the unknown person who present"Peddler's ed Danes hid In the branches of tbe oak
: the commandant's face. Here '
e:,; Lieutenant Sykes, who had entered comes in acre" to the parish upon tree standing close by this bridge. Famous Glendal(s (Queen Elizabeth Bye Whiskey
condition that his portrait and that of There he remained during the day and
,. ; his turn laughing and slapping his his beloved canine "Pride. of Maryland"EXPRESS Whiskey "Jour Physician Will Not Hesitate to
', leg. companion shoujdbe ) at nightfall came down from tbe tree .*
'! preserved In the church and that and hid himself under this bridge over Prescribe.
"What is It? asked tbe others. PREPAID
his dog should be buried in Goldbrook stream. That wedding i
; l' 'crowding around him. consecrated night a :| EXPRESS PAID.
ground.-London Saturday Re party passed over the bridge. 4 Full Quarts 4< Full
; But full I II ------------------------------$2.85 Q--- $ 3.00
Sykes was so of laughter --------------------
view. I The shone down from tbe bear- 8 Full Quarts. _. .. 8 Full
----------- ------ ------- 0 QuartaJ. ___ 9.30
that be couldn't on. Finally when --------------- -
recovered go ens. One of the throng espied its rays 12 Full Quarts .------- .-------------________ 3.50 12 Full Qtuat j+-______________ _______p 13.30Olendale's !
t; he somewhat be said: .
A Jolt shining on tbe king's golden and.
;w "When I went in old Tom said apologetically. spur. .
4P; That Infernal. striker of A middle aged matron addressed a going down under the bridge, they saw "

middle aged woman who sat next to him crouching there. He delivered
. Olendale's Celebrated
mine had to get sick last night, and Celebrated
"" : her. In the street car, whom she to his enemies who leading him I
the surgeon reports that be can'tshave RIBBON"Tu "
. thought she recognized as an acquaintance to the tree in which be bad bidden PRIVATE STOCK CORN _
j me this morning. Mr. Kendall < Wfllsky tilt each is FIBOU
of her girlhood. "Pardonme during the day. filled him full of ar EXPRESS PAID.
,i has kindly come to the rescue and I EXPRESS PAID
under an eternal to him. ," she said. "but wasn't your rows. His body was borne to Bury 4 Full Quarts 4 Full .Assorted_________.________.3.00
.r" '1 ate maiden name Blank?" St Edmunds and Interred there. 8 Full Quarts----------------------------------- ------ -----------------$3.20 8 Full Q" ______________ _________________ '.75
Is It
What you" want? "It Is," was the icy reply.-New The disconsolate husband. having 12 Full s-----------. 8.00 12 Full Qu' a.__.:___________________ ____8.30
: "Kendall Sykes went on, "as soon ------------------ 9.00 This
1 York Sun. finished this inscription, wrote beneathIt the highest clam pure medicinal whiskey on the market whiskey. has no equal tar quality, purity'fa
:; as tbe major bad finished speaking, and
t .
in large letters: st 80 cents a quart. price.Qlendale's 1 1ttla
took bold of old'Tom's nose with the
Surely Not. "Cursed Be the Wedding Party That 1Gjlendale
forefinger and thumb.of his left band
1, Mariner (rPlarlu some of his derive Passes This Bridge."
.and. pulling it first to one side then
service sdvenmivs Whether John placed the record of Famous
)-An me an' my
to tbe other looked up t me, winked ;
t mates was lost"' In the virgin forest the event on the bridge Is not certain.It RACE KING RYE Malt
tJ: .and began to shave the commandantCarter
I 1 virgin so to speak:, because the bandof is there today after ten centuries
ft has lost"1 We will send you EXPRESS PAID ; ,EXPRESS PAID.4Fnir
had have passed over it No of tbe .
man part
never before net foot then
? believe, said Brown "that 4 Full Quarts f
rascal ------------------------_____$4.00 .
curse is to be seen. It has been band ...
& Kendall bribed Mose 8 Full = --.r.- ---- $3.00
be -
to Quarts
____ -----------
"Sure enough. chimed: In Good Luck. I ed down by tradition. 12 Full Quarts -------------- ---------- -77B 8 Full ________________:_.:_.___.._ 3.73
. Seabury. ------- ----------- 12 Full
--- QQ
-------- I
Mr. Jucslns blm-k cat came to. Certain It is that no wedding party ; Qom.--------- 8.30JACKSONVILLE
'"Let's go and find Carter. r It la superior'every way to hundreds of brands of Eye :
'. At Carter's quarters they told the our back fence last nl btIrs.: Jug will cross Goldbrook bridge. preferring ;that you will be asked to pay'1.50.quart for. It| pure., .to --an-d--m--en--o-w----

' -story. and the captain agreed that the gins-Did It bring you good luck? Mr.Juggins : to go by a circuitous route. :l

-That's what it did. I bit it Standing hi the center of an open We have ,
: joke was worth the stake. In a little in business 23 yean selling direct to the -
while Kendall came in and told how the very first time I fired. field, on the spot where grew the tree on request. Our terms are strickl" Cash. Moue y or express consumer order guaran tep aatilfaction or your money is returned
In which King Edmund too refuge is order catalogue will he sent ou AU must be sent with your rder. Our complete mail
Mose with ten dollar request. orders
he had bribed a shipped
day when .;
Her Pet Name. an obelisk erected to his memory. by sending us an Order r Iced. Let UJ )proTe to you oar assertions
bill to take an to fool the .l
England is full of these old tray
Judge-What 1a ?
and stay in bed the next your name Young
surgeon morning. Knowing how old Ton> Wife-Caroline Augusta Emma. Judge ditlons, many of them like this handed THE GLENDALE COMPANY
-And how down from a period antedating tbe = 0!
dreaded to go without a shave and are you generally called?

.' \ I couldn't shave himself Kendall had I Young Wife (bashfully)- My sweet conquest by William I., which gave FBLA "The Home of Medicinal WbUklesf' CHATTANOOGA TENN "
them their present s-'v rreia.aes : 13.21 S. Laura St. ,
1 bantered him tp let him do the Job. ducky. SENDJTOOqOHDEB: TO OBI NEWEST POI& '
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Progress Rapid Between Fernandina European Bankers Reject Validation A But Institution
Superior Inexpensive j i'oilge/ of Altii and Scicnraxornsi School.
IN and Jacksonville. I WET\ ORDD.Y FIGHT !pin! of American Bankers. I for Florida Young Men.Fouritiiirgtis v-.i-1.1 .ii.fticLoolof Art School of Ex-
Work on the Florida railroad bar At a cc:.! rence in London of Euro- I ; ..,t:.i knl.L1TI1. i.i I.... t-tu- ,: I' ,'.1' '. ."..l.1iJ of Home Economic -
< ;ween Fe-naudina and Jacksonville is I I pean bankers interested in the cotton as-;.!>tants. :j,>x-rc\M.-xt.niu in'ft'M">. 4* pr' "rr crun. n IHH-.- i..1.! .., lunae4t throughout. Tuition free.

progressing rapidly of late, and a trade, it was decided that they were j: lat. jttir. at.lncttv.. bnlidii.e: .. Y. r \.ti- j Olnti: '- -"e 'vrryh.w. Fortuformationad- -
I(gw aduri.-w, A. A. Murphrec.' Prcsl cnt. drew. r.dwjrd: <3onradi.President .
Savannah Pastor Ousts Elders large numUr cf hands have been put 'Statewide Prohibition or LocalOption. unable to accept the validation plan i
to; work on that portion of the rlgnt-j'i submitted by the American Bankers'Association t .

Seeking His Own Scalp. )!-way between Jacksonville and the I IKu .
Nassau river, about seven miles of The decision wa reached after a '-'
I The session of the bankers embodying
r which is said to be already grades : .
f and ready for the rails. i this decision expressed regret aLI i L:
TEN WERE DISPOSSESSED It is also reported that within thetlExt I PREPARING FOR CAMPAIGN I being unable to regard the American tw $9t

few weeks the men'will be pat; proposal as affording the protection $ Money Does N
Rtv. W. A. Neibtt, at One Time a to work a* the Fernandlna end of the I Upon the Result of the Campaign Depends desired by European banks accepting

Merchant of Atlanta, but Now Patter route, where for some distance trestlework the Question Whether the Entire cutton. Consequently, and in default Buy Hapriness|
wll be necess y. It is also of the production of any other satls- !
of Presbyterian Church Irk Savannah Southeastern Corner of the
stated that it is the intention of the factory!: plan of guaranteeing American \
Suspends Elders Who Were promoters to have the grading completed United States Shall be Wet or Dry.A cotton bills of lading, the meeting \

Fighting Him. by January 1, at which time campaign to determine whether confirmed the resolution passed by ::: =.However, the man v' ho b&t money jfc the bank '

I sensaUoan the laying of the rails will be beg JL Florida shall have stau-wlde; proMlition the committee in July. This resolution m: doesn't look upon the sordid tile of' ii e as dots .
A was in church
circles In Savannah sprung when Rev. W. A. If there are no delays in the plan* has begun at Jacksonville with ol the English bankers to tha :.. the man who is broke, .Money in th4 bank rEpresents .
thus far inaugurated It is expected: tue assembly of two state conven- American bankers, declined to ao-
Nisbit, pastor of Westminster Prsbbyterian credit-the of 4
power accompli men' It ,
bills of lading unless -
church dispossessed ten of that the road will be ready for qpera- tions, the local optionlsts, opposed to ept drafts against y
i the fourteen elders and deacons of 1 lions sometime in the early spring between the state-wide t Jacksonville and Fercaodina. The conference is still prepared, in the .t
favoring it. prestige community. ,
the church who Toted to ask for hU ,
resignation several weeks ago. This Upon the results of this campaign however, through Its committee to E t.1
I meet deputation from the American No matter how small your start (fa9
the whether the en- YOrhavA
depends question
net prevents the elders and deacons CIGAR TRADE CRIPPLED.
tram taking the sacrament or performing the southeastern corner of the United linkers Association In London.IN full advantage; of our polities for'ln reaeiog t .

any: official duties in church States shall 1 be "wet" or "dry," lr account when bank the
12,000 Workers Have Been Out for your you at :> <(<
or Sunday school Nine Weeks. I I, OJlside of Florida, any .one UNCLE SAM'S GRASP i t. )
Among those "dispossessed" ae wishes to buy an alcoholic drink legally :
With l ,OOO cigar-makers, who hays .
across the bar must travel westward Ex-Offlclal Arrested for Alleged Rob- r.tT
the superintendent' of the Sunday
been on a strike for nine weeks still | BANK OF STAtlKE
school, three of the assistant superintendents out and increasing disposition on the to states bordering the Mississippi bing of Chicago Sub-Treasury. ,
and several teachers. The part of the strikers to disorder river, or northward a long pore George W. Fitzgerald, a former teller -
act practi,..lly disorganises the Sunday the clear! Havana cigar Industryof Ton of the journey to Masan: and Dix- in the Chicago subtreasury was arrested STARKE, FLA..', i I ,
schoo- on's line. in that city by Deputy United rI
Tampa is paralyzed and is further E. S. MATTHEWS, li-.c. RAY,
The issue isn amendment to tao: the
The "dispossession" followed the States marshals charged with
from settlement than it has been at 9 PRESIDENT : tASHiEB
refusal of the elders and deacons .of constitution providing for state-wide mysterious theft cf $173,000 from the
any time since the strike commence;}. DIRECTORS: : t
the church to continue their duties prohibition, instead of local option, subtreasury on February 19, 1907. ,
Furnishing, as it does more thaihalf ..
E. S. Matthews
G. O. Li"'l
jtgston -
as such until the pastor resigns ac which Florida now has. This amend- Fitgerald was arrested on a bench
of the entire clear Havana
cording to a request made by eleven the cigarsof n..nt will te vet d oi at the Noveai- warrant based on an indictment re- A. M. Darby John Ugjrw

of them. and with world the, over holiday 300,000,000 trade Just a year com-, ber election. toned secretly by a federal grand A. H. Freeman I, if

i The refusal of the resignation was mencing. the situation at Tampa is The local optipnlsts have refused to jury on February 17, 1910. Three r .i.y

ode on the point that the period ofe regarded as critical. give out in advance anything about days after the indictment {faa secretly ; j4 j-
pastut s usefulness to the church their campaign plans, but they hare .
returned and suppressed on February t
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ad parsed.: been canvassing the state quietly and j
Germans Plan Celebration. 20, it was announced that the .'. .
t After the request for his resigna October r. thoroughly to work up enthusiasm. statute of limitations had operated to _
y .Ion was made, the pastor announce will be a great day InJacksonville Although the adjacent states, Georgiaand stop possible criminal prosecution :In ;
t. at an offer had been made by especially for the oman Alabama, are completely "flry," the

t'r onor. whom he did not name, to residents, for, on that day they the local optionists declare that one Coincident peculiar case.with the the
ruse by authorities
l ect a $40,000 memorial church to will celebrate what is known as tho factor in keeping Florida from following r >d
t ar the name of the donor, and th&t 'Deutscher tag," or German daY In their example will be the fact secret servce men were detailed -

\1'1 had accepted the offer. The deans celebration of the landing of the that a popular vote decides the issue to watch Fitzgerald constantlyand the
make of All ;
n rigid investigation Your Back
!. ;1:.. took the position that as the first German colonists: in Pennsylva- here and that few southern states former teller's financial interests and: Money I ,

, : ding cmnmittee of the church they nia. A committee composed of a number have gone dry by direct vote of the affairs. Discoveries made by tfiese

'ri :\' (ht to have been consulted. They of prominent local Germans have people.It secret service operatives resulted lathe .

\:: i. rated to accept the donation ua- tent out a nvmber of Invitations to is said that the local optionists order for Fitzgerald's arrest. .
the condition that the plans ol their feilcw countrymen, also to state will have the support of the liquor .
,yf dono would be acceptable to and county and city officials, commercial I interests, which have much at stake in If You Are Not Satisfied; and

m. bodies, members of the board of I the shipping business in the wads belt GEORGIA WELCOMES '

... nv a congregational meeting the trade and ,to businessmen alike, asking I I,I I! of dry territory, immediately north of Your Trial floesn't Cost a f nt.

tubers ot the congregation stood them to be on hand and enjoy the the state. i _

the pastor, and the deacon and day I i THE ODD FELLOWS

n, among whom are some of the I Jacksonville Selected. I
: known financial and business FLORIDA STATE NEWS Jacksonville has been selected as .

o. in the city, cave up their books J. the next meeting place for the annual Fraternal GatheringIn The same goods for
declined to continue their duties A TItusvllle dispatch says: Capt convention of the United National j

"t'.r.. This was followed by the pas. O N. Be.! of the government engineering Association of Postofflce Clerks, to beheld less ]

Ic dispossessing" them. corps, with a force of assistants II September 5, 6, 7, and 8, 1911. Many Years. money. {. i '

30, is act Is being 'contested by the Is surveying a new canal to run Joseph L. McKenna, delegate from

30 out and elders who 'claim them I frcm the big pocket at the north end the local office, who attended this! ; service .and. ;

r fc nnot take this step and that o.* the Juniper narrows to Peck's laThe \.'.. I year's convention at Saratoga N.< t SEVERAL DAYS OF FESTIVITIES Prompt fl

the presbytery can excommnnithetn. : government has taken possession I this month, returned home and announced f

of this part of the inland waterway that this city was chosen a;I Nineteen Hundred-and Ten Session polite attention j\i' ;
40 peoial meeting of the Savannah as it Is impossible to keep the canal I the next meeting place. Fort Smith., of of I. O. O. F. ; :; 1
Sovereign Lodge
75 ytery baa been called to pats through the narrows open, and adopt. Ark., was in the race strong for tt"EI .ll\' :
50 78 this, matter. The deacons and ed this method of overcoming dif meeting, but the Jacksonville delegate .: Brought Thousands of Delegatesand c J

23 will ask the presbytery to set- ficulty. I won out.Tampa. Visitors: to Georgia's Capital. I i

e pastoral relations of Mr. ... Key West Aerie No. 1922, Fraternal j r :
Monday morning in the hall of 'Mitchell DrurManl
Ith the church. order of Eagles has been established: Bookseller Shot. then the
n. 'ore Georgia house of representatives, ,
entering the ministry about
50 Rev W. A. ,NIsbet in Its new home in the building formerly J. F. Easterilng, bookkeeper and'! Atlanta, the supreme body ot'the Odd< j
years ago,
75 4 occupied by the Banyan club. office manager for Bustillo Bros.
25 r'. ata.prcrznlntnt furniture merchant The 'rooms have been handsomely fur. Diaz, was shot and fatally wounde< lodge, met for the 1910 session, with f 1 1

50 I nithed throughout and the interior by a striker as he stepped from a; representatives in attendance from Slar e, Florida] J

b0 tao ---- presents a very pretty appearance. street car in front of the factory *n, every state in the North American \". / r..
There is an excellent buffet in con West Tampa. The shot, wh/.ch entered .
district California
00 ELIMINATE MIDDLEMAN. union, every of au
nection. Eastcrhugs left bide, ranged upward da
00 I from Australia, the latter traveling d'l I ,
it is said entered vital .organs ..
and -
Clark G. Smith's residence, dwelling
00 and Oklahoma Unions Form I toll of 17,000 miles to take part -t .*. --
and photograph gallery, locatedon was fired by borne' member of the deliberations. ,
i to Transact Business Direct. street Seabreeze a crowd of cigar makers across the
Valley at nas There were ao lepresentatlves from ,
50 as announced at Galveston by been destroyed by fire. The fire orlg- street the European continent and none

50 esident Sf: the Farmers' UnionS nated from a kerosene lamp, whica I I11.e '-CM South America or Japan, in Lands For Sa14 'r.

and Vkahoma1 that a delerelfcrt was left burning in the once Gainesville Suffers Fire Loss. which latter country of all Asia the

will be made this season The Florida East Cot Railway damaged the business' housesof Md Fellow has: his brothers. No: .
mate the middleman in mare tile Phiter-:1lorris Company and the I 1. Selected best grade Unimproved Truck ai il Farm Lands ,
Company has donated to 'the town of less than ore representative, and in within one TO four miles of Starke in lots to suit t art.'hll.l'tjr-Irom I I \
from that section. As Gainesville Hardware Company, o I '
_- cotton Delay a consid3rable quantly of :no instance more than four answeredthe 5 acres up to 500 acres or more. At actual presenV selling values .
It of the Galveston bankers ana : land the proceeds arising from the Gainesville, to the amount of $10,000, roll cal; and on easy payments. Owned by myself-no *ommishioiJ8 or ? q,

_ dealers coming to the asslsttb : sale of which are to be used in the I originating in the store,: first nameU. The city of Atlanta and the stateof speculations. Nobody to consult except myself an' the purcbarer.

t cotton producers of Texas construction of public roads and othe' t I Lut for prompt and effective work on Georgia extended a hearty welcometo Fine opportunity for young or old to build np and of-n a home and .
p. klahoma during the financ'siof improvements.The the part of the fire department the the! visitors through the addresses make the easy payments out of the soil. Low rats of interest on f
I 1907 and 1908, the Farm- I entire block would; have been de all deferred payments. If you want to own a hom* near a prosperous
Governor Jos. M. Brown and Mayor
largest corn crop ever raisedin I 4 town, come and see me, whether yon have much or little 1 '
'Il on contracted to handle tte Suwannee county is now ready for stroyed. Robert F. Maddox. The welcoming money for first payment. ; !

of Its members through the the harvest, and more hay will be address on the part cf the Odd Fei- I 2. Residence lots in Starke, one to four bloc from depot. .
f Galveston last season. This: saved in that county than ever b- Drowned While Bathing. Jo?s was made by Judge Robert T. 3. Beautiful summer resort lots fronting Kin sley Lake. t

successfully accomplished au.ttra.ct fore. The cotton crop is only about Guy Erown, the l3-rear.old son Of Daniel, grand reuresentative of Geor-
been renewed bits E. Brown, 1421 East Duval street, C. L. Peek, Starke, Fl t ;
has Just I 60 per cent. of a full crop but the gia. W. L. Guy Kendall, grand sire .
[other year. : prIce, 34 to 35H cents per pound, will i i Jacksonville! was seized with cramps of the order, made the response fortbe i

king of the matter, President mire than make up for the short crop. I and drowned white bathing in the SI. visiting delegates.The I.
r river off a dock at the foot of .
,. trmilk, of the union, said Gal The headquarters of the Chocta- Jorns convention will last several
was selected because it is thee watchee and Ocala National Forest I Talleyrand avenue. The body was 'n days, and the city of Atlanta has S

of the union's selling agency will be moved from DeFuniak Springsto I the watei about an hour and Prom a salt eclipsed her former efforts In giving ; 1 : = in
: one
crsppMng Ircns
t'ir t
- ng cotton producers directly In Pensacola and the supervisor m I number of boats rowed to thescene the visitors a suitable welcome and
with the spinners and dealers charge; of these forests is making of a entertainment I
I :uttlng out the middlemen, who preparations to tranfcr the office. caught it and brought it- to the: The present Odd Fellw gatheringIs

tax alike on the producer and This will be done on account of an 6& face. probably the largest convention of A Buggy for EverybodyVe
pinner.: > < order from the district forester at Albuquerque a boy; of that character that has assembled
Verdict cf In
l'ewtexico.. in the Georgia capital
The coroner's jury charged wits
Corporal George Watkins, of the of the death of L. mny years, if ever before.It .
TRAGEDY AT ABBEVILLE.( Key West Guards, was the winner o" the investigation!; who wis Is estimated that there was something -
R. Finder the groceryman:: like !23.000!: visitors la the city .
the gold medal offered by the citizensof
Ellis his uncle-m-
H. ,
|d by Jealousy Man Does Some that city for the best shot in the shot dead by in a verdict of justifiable during the sessions of the order. \ are prepared to furnish buggies for everybody -
company. The men have been shoot- law, The: festivities attending the visit .
Deadly Work. and Ellis was released in Bradford and
adjoining cojunties the
ing at 200, 300 and 500 yard ranges of the distinguished guests were bril at
ne because his attentions had and have displayed a lively interest from custody. The evidence disclosed Kant in the extreme. most reasonable prices.
Royal, that Pinder was shot by ;
j rejected by Mrs Eugene! in the result. The scores of the five the fact

POW of Abbeville. Ga., and! crazed leaders were: Corporal George Wat- Ellis; in self-defense as alleged by the CAUQHT ON TRESTLE.Two We have just received and unpacked a full
alleged effects of protracted latter in bis statement to the police.
kina 74; Private Roy Cates, ;
__g, B. Manass shot and killed Private O. Kirchhiimer, 53; Private Children Run Down by a Past carload and others are on the way.

{E..H. Williams, wife of ex-Mayor Thomac Kelly 46 and Private Bernard Tamps Cigar Shipments. Passenger Train.
s, a sister of Mrs. Rojal, dan- Waft46.. Despite the labor troubles which Herbert, the 9-year-old son of Mr. The demand for the famous.; Tispn & Jones '

sly wounded Mrs. Royal, and The cfgarmakers' strike at Tampa! b,.ve temporarily reduced the cigi and Mrs. L. Yarborough, was instantly buggy has been so heavy that none of'them couldbe
{turned his revolver on himself, sVpments from Tampa for the past killed, and Johnnie B., the 11-year-
has caused another large cigar factory
_ tne mortal wounds. Physi- that of Jose 'tsC3.!ent &: Co., to locate two mont'is. Tampa cigar shipmentsup ; old son, was seriously injured by be- secured, but we are now ready to supply our

say that there Is a probobility in Pa'atka. The firm win occupy to September 3d, show a gain ol. In? struck by a southbound passenger customers with these favorites.

'Mn. Royal will recover. the second story of the building 10,515.000 over the same period ol train on the Geor;ta, Florida and Alabama : 'I
Had the present trouble railroad at Edison' Ga. ,
: tragedy; caused the greatest of the Palatka Athletic] Association. last year. i
occurred it is certain that 1910 I The children were walking along
I Ion in Abbeville. All of the A force of two hundred and eighty- not
i have shown a big increase IE I line of the road just north
would the main
e. are prominently connected eight cigarmakers will be employed.]
Mrs. Royal hav- shipments over 1909. of the depot when they were overtaken '
I Williams and Mrs. Anna B 1ica, of Chicago Lawn J. %W. ANDREWS & SON

I a number of friends throughovt, II1U and two children Frances, agedten Boy Burned to Death. swiftly on a moving trestle train.and run down by the 4
state. !
and Joseph, aged three,
years Charlie Richardson, a negro boy, 1!I Ihe body of the younger boy was
-fiI is, who Is a widower, is saW were bn- t'd to death by an expolOIof years old residing: at 1617 Lee street, !jbiihtfully mangled death resulting k

ed are"been In love with Mrs. Royal] gasoline. Two other children wereprobaMr Jacksonville, died at the County hospital '. ''instantly. The other child was hurl- Starke Florida '

ill a long time. She had rejected, fatally burned. The acd- after suffering terrible agonte I edvSO feet Into a ravine. His escapeppy .

D.I suit on several occasions, but Ma'. Bent' took place when Mrs. Belica fiom burns he received when a from instant death is regarded; little Stables Next Door to County Court House.
had shown no signs of attemptto tried to start the kitchen fire with his clothing! whfli I
youred: gasoline on short of miraculous. He wa very .. "
| his rejections nnUJOf' the l.
Tevenge the liquid., .. had a lighted torch in his hands. painfully:: injured, but win recover.
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Progress Rapid Between Fernandina European Bankers Reject Validation A Superior But Inexpensive .

IN CHURCH CIRCLES and Jacksonville. I \WET OR PY)!! FIGHTStatewide nsn! of American Bankers.At I tion for Florida Young Men.In"tiu"n.. .. ". ." .>r r:;t'ita bcl.ool anti Scftnrt-ji of Art,,Normal bcho- Ex-

Work on the! FLrida: r&.lroad between a reference in: London of European F I *e"aauJina and Jacksonville bankers interested in the cotton 1. fioii unav-r-i i.. iti n-iu:i. 4- }>!", ;..*- 'irm
is .l'
j' a..,!.tdnt,., :Jtrh1.lneratt In atASlltln.,. I" 1U."II II n thronghont. Tniiioa free.
]progressing rapidly of late, and a trade it was decided; that they were I'a-t' f'o1r. AI.RCh' tnilth'Qp.. Fr. MtY :O'Ile.rtrCNverylulu.. 1'orfnf\)naationadA. -
Savannah Pastor Ousts Elders :large number of hands have been put Prohibition or Local unable to' accept the validation plan I logut- adtir..,, A. Murphrec. Prcsf'-ent. clr.*, tdN atonradi f .Presidents .

to work on that portion of the rlgntofway ,: submitted by the American Backers'Association. .

Seeking His Own Scalp. between Jacksonville and the I Option. W& .
Nassau river about seven miles of The decision was reached after a ,, ,,
which is said to be already gradea The session of the bankers embody-

TEN I and ready for the rails. I I ing this decision expressed regret ai .
WERE DISPOSSESSED It Is also reported that within the PREPARING I FOR > CAMPAIGNUpon being unable to regard the American --' \ $

next[ few weeks the men will be pit proposal as affording the protection .Money Does N6t Always -
Rev. W. A. Neiblt, it One Time a to work a* the Fernandina end of the I the Result of the Campaign Depends desired by European banks accepting L

Merchant of Atlanta, but Now Pae- route, where for some distance trest'e the Question Whether the En-: cotton. Consequently, and in defaultof Buy '
work win be neceesdf y. It is al&o the production of any other satisfactory Happiness
tor of
Presbyterian Church irk Se tire Southeastern Corner of the
stated that it is the intention of the : plan of guaranteeing American 3J
vannah, Sutpenda Elder Who Were promoters to have the grading completed United States Shall be Wet or Dry.A cotton bills of lading, the meeting

Fighting Him.. by January 1, at which Limo campaign to determine whether confirmed the resolution passed by :=J_. However, the man v ho LSP money n the bank
A sensation warn sprang in church the< laying of the rails will be beg.: Florida shall have state-wide; prohibition the committee in July. This resoln- lEI: doesn't look upon the sordid titt of ale as dots

circle in Savannah when Rev. W. A.lIblt. U there are no delays in the plans has begun at Jacksonville with tion of the! English bankers to tha i :&. the man who is broke. Money in th4 bank .
!\ pastor of Westminster Prebbyterian thus; far inaugurated It is expecte-1 tue assembly of two state conven American bankers, declined to accept l

church dispossessed ten of that; the road wDl be ready for qperaUons tions, the local optioniats, opposed to drafts against bills of lading unless credit-the power of accomplishment.. It }

the fourteen elders and deacons of 1 sometime in the early spring between the state-wide jrlncTf.e: and the prohibitionists these latter were guaranteed.The creates confidence. It gives one standing and

tie church who voted to uk for hLi Jacksonville and Fernandina. favoring It. conference is still prepared, prestige in the community. '' '?

resignation several weeks ago. This Upon the results of this campaign however, through' itt committee, to .

Ktt prevents the elders and deacons CIGAR TRADE CRIPPLED. depends the question whether the en- meet a deputation from the American No matter how Email your start you! have tbs

from taking the sacrament or performing the southeastern corner of the United Bankers' Association in London. full advantage of our fpc lities for ''in waging

anj official dalles in church 1cr ,OCO Workers Have Been Out for States shall be "wet" or "dry," fir your account when yon bank at the ( I

Sunday cbpaL Nine Weeks. I. outside of Florida, any one wan IN UNCLE SAM'S GRASP. 1

Among those "dispossessed" ae With 12,000 cigar-makers, wfco have wishes to buy an alcoholic! drink Ic- ,

the superintendent of the Sunday been on a strike for nine weeks, still gaily across the bar must travel westward ':: Ex-Offclal Arrested for Alleged Rob- I

school, three of the assistant superIntendents out and increasing disposition of\ tne to states bordering the Mississippi bing of Chicago Sub-Treasury. BANK OF STAKE[ .

and several teachers. The part of the st/ikers to create disorder river, or northward a long por- George W. Fitzgerald, a former tell

act practically disorganizes the Sunday the cear! Havana cigar industry ton of the journey to Masan: and Dix er in the Chicago subtreasury, was arrested STARKE, FLA.!( !

school. of OD'S line. in that city by Deputy United i;
Tampa Is paralyzed and Is further E.
The "dispossession" followed the from: settlement than it has been at I. The issue is an amendment to ta'J States marshals charged with the S. MATTHEWS, 1. C. RAY,

refusal of the elders and deacons of any time since the strike commence: constitution! providing for state-wide mysterious theft of $173,000 from the. PRESIDENT CASHIEB

the church to continue their duties Furnishing, as it does, more than prohibition, instead of local option, subtreasury en February, 19, 1907. DIRECTORS: I I ff

as such until the pastor resigns ac- half of the entire clear Havana cigarsof which Florida now has. This amendment Fitgerald was arrested on a bench E. S. Matthews G. C. L ngston Y

cording to a reQU'8t made by eleven the world, over 300,000,000 a year will t e vet dOl at the Novea- warrant based on an indictment re- A. M. Darby John U&ow

of them. and with the holiday trade just com- ber e ctiou. tuned secretly by a federal grand A. H. Freeman ,
The refusal of the resignation was The local optipnists have refused to :*
jury February 17 1910. Three
u.encing. the situation at Tampa is on ,
trade on the point that the period of give out in advance anything about after 4;
regarded as critical. days the indictment f fas secretly -
the pastor s usefulness to the church their campaign plans but they hare 1
returned and suppressed, on February -
had parsed. been the state ana "
canvassing: quietly
Germans Plan Celebration. 20, it was announced that the ,
After the request for his resignation thoroughly to work up enthusiasm. 'L
October r. will be a great : statute of limitations had operated to
day n
was made, the pastor announce Although the adjacent states, Georgiaand
possible criminal :In
Jacksonville stop prosecution
that an offer had been made by % especially for the German Alabamaare completely "dry,"
donor whom he did to residents, for on that day they I the peculiar case.
not name, the local optionists declare that one
will celebrate what is Coincident with the ruse by the authorities -
erect $40,000 memorial church known as the
a to factor in keeping Florida from following
'bear the name of the donor, and thtt Teutscher tag," or German day, lii their example will be the fact secret service men were J- '
celebration of the landing of the tailed to watch Fitzgerald constantlyand lllYollrMojiac?
he had accepted the offer. The deA- that a popular vote decides the issue
first German colonists make n rigid investigation of the
cons took the position that as the in Pennsylvania. here and that few southern states
J former teller's financial interests and /
building committee of the church they composed of a number 1 have gone dry by direct vote of the
of prominent local Germans ha.eunt affairs. Discoveries made by these
h ought to have been consulted. They people.It .
; wanted to accept the donation under out a number of invitation to. is said that the local optionists' secret service operatives resulted lathe .

the condition that the plans ot their feilow; countrymen, also to state order for Fitzgerald's arrest .
r will have the support of the liquor
the donor would be acceptable to and county and city officials, commercial I interests, which have much at stake in If You Are Not Satisfied and

them. bodies, members of the board of the shipping business in the wide belt GEORGIA WELCOMESTHE .

Inv a congregational meeting the trade, and to businessmen alike, asking I I of dry territory, immediately north of Your Trial Doesn't Cost a jCent.

members of the congregation sto dbl them to be on hand and enjoy the : the state. .

the pastor, and the deacons and day. ODD FELLOWS I

elders, among whom ue some of the Jacksonville Selected.

best known financial and businessmen FLORIDA STATE NEWS. Jacksonville has been' selected as ..1 I _

In the city, gave up their books 1 I the next meeting place for the annual The same goods: for
and declined to continue their duties A Titusville dispatch says: Capt convention of the United National Largest Fraternal Gathering
further. This was followed by the O N. Be! of the I ::11
pas- government engtu-
Association of Postofflce Clerks be
tot "dispossessing" them. eering corps with a force of asist- I held September 5, 6, 7. and 8, 1911 In Many Years. less money. ;!; ;;

This act h being contested by the anti Is surveying a new canal to run I Joseph L. McKenna: delegate from

deacons and elders who 'claim tbe frcm the big pocket at the north end i the local office, who attended this!

pastor cannot take this step and that o": the Juniper narrows to Peck's lake. I year's convention} at Saratoga, N. i SEVERAL DAYS OF FESTIVITIES Prompt service
only the presbytery can excommunicate The government has taken possession j this month, returned home and announced '
them.A of this part of the inland T
that this city was chosen as
I !
Nineteen Hundred and Ten Session polite attention. .
special meeting of the Savannah as it Is impossible to keep the canal toe next meeting place. Fort Smith
presbytery baa been called to pans through thp narrows and of Sovereign Lodge of I. O. O. F. is .
open, I
Ark., was in the race strong for llTe I IP
upon' this matter. The deacons and this method of overcoming dif-1 I meeting, but the Jacksonville delegAte Brought Thousands of Delegatesand 1 : \ .
eider, will ask the .
presbytery to nex- flculty. 4 won out.Tampa. Visitors: to Georgia's Capital. j
er ,the pastoral relations of Mr. Ms"bet Key West Aerie No. 1922, Fraternal ,
with the church. Monday morning in the hall of the
order of Eagles, has! been established Bookseller Shot. Mitchell the Man'
Before entering the ministry, about Georgia house of representatives, 'n Drufl Ii
in its nw home in the building formerly J. F. Easterling, bookkeeper and 1
thirty years ago, Rev. W. A. Nlsbet Atlanta, the supreme body of the Odd ,
occupied by the Banyan club. office manager for Bustillo Bros. &
was a promintnt furniture merchant Fellow world, the Sovereign Grand :
The rooms have been handsomely fur.nithed Diaz, was shot and fatally wounded .
of Atlanta. lodge, met for the 1910 session, with
( throughout and the interior by a striker as he stepped from a !. representatives in attendance from SiaiSe. Florida .
presents a very pretty appearance. street car in front of the factory inWest ; /
every state in the North American
ELIMINATE MIDDLEMAN. There; is an excellent buffet in con Tampa. The shot, which entered union every district of California and I ".

nection. I Easterlies left side, ranged upward "
from Australia, the latter traveling a +. t
Clark and it is said entered vital orI' I
G. Smith's residence
Texas and Oklahoma Unions Form dwell- totf.I of 17,000 miles to take part in I.
ing and photograph gallery, locatedon gaLs, was fired by &ome' member ofa : the deliberations. -. "" .
Plan to Transact Business Direct.It .
Valley street, at Seabreeze, nas crowd of cigarmakers across the There were no representatives from ,
was announced at Galveston by been destroyed by fire. The fire orlg- street. the European continent and noner"c

the president of the Farmers' Unionbf nated from a kerosene lamp, whica t
ro South America or Japan, in
Texas and Oklahoma, that a determined was left burning in the office. Gainesville Suffers Fire Loss. which latter country of all Asia the Lands For Sal;
effort will be made this seasoa Fi'e damaged the business housesof
The Florida East Not
Colt Railway Old Fellow has his brothers.
to eliminate the middleman in mar- the Phifer-Morrls Company and the 1. Selected best grade Unimproved Track g d Farm Lands .-
Company has donated to the town oDelay P less:; than ore: representative, and in i
keting cotton from that section. As Galrflsvllie Hardware Company o" within one to four miles of Starke in lots lo sort t>orchai>er-from -S I
a considerable quant ly of instance than four answered I
more :
110 5 acres to 500
acres At
result of the Galveston bankers ana up or more. actual prew-ira selling values
fc Gainesville the
land the to amount of $10,000
proceeds arising from tbesale !
the roll cal and on easy payments. Owned by myself ijo 'oomniiebious "
cotton: dealers coming to the assistance of which are to be used in the originating in the store: first name speculations. or
: The city of Atlanta and the 1ateor Nobody to consult except myself it Jhe pnrchafer.
of tb ca cotton producers of Texas construction of public roads and othe' 'j But for prompt and effective work on Georgia extended a hearty welcometo Fine opportunity for-y onng or old to build np and CAH a home and

land Oklahoma during the financ'ai Improvements.The the part of the fire department, the the visitors through the addresses make the easy payments out of the soil. Low i'aty of interest on
troubles of 1907 and 190S, the Farm- entire block would have been er-
largest corn crop ever raisedin ,of Governor Jos. M. Brown and Mayor
>eib' Union contracted to handle the : i ons town come and see me, whether you hav4 much or little
Suwannee county is now ready for Robert F. Maddox. The welcoming money for first payment. *.
of its members through the '
the harvest and more hay will be address on the part cf the Odd Fei- 2. Residence lots in Starke, one to four blocls'from
'port of Galveston last season. This: saved in that county than ever b"- Drowned While Bathing. 10"0.s was made by Judge Robert T. 3, Beautiful summer resort lots fronting Kinsley Lake.depot.

was successfully accomplished an.ll: fore. The cottcn crop is only about Guy Grown, the 13-jearold: ] son ol Daniel: grand reuresentative of Geor ; i
tie contract has Just been renewed : ; Mis. E. Brown, 1421 East Duval street, C. L. Peek Starke Flat
60 per cent. of a full crop, but the gia. W. L. Guy Kendall, grand: sire ,
for another year. prIce 34 to 33% cents per pound, will 1'I : Jacksonville was seized with cramp of the order, made the response for .

Speaking of the matter, President mire than make up for the short crop..1 I j' and drowned while bathing in the SL tbe visiting delegates.

Loudermilk, of the union, said GaiT The headquarters of the Chocta- Johns river off a dock at the foot of The convention: will I last several! t

Eton was selected because it is rte watchee and Ocala National! : Forest t t: Talleyrand avenue. The body was "n days, and the city of Atlanta ha ,

purpose of the union's selling agencv will be moved from DeFuniak Springs; I, the -watei abort an hour and a halt eclipsed her former efforts in giving ===
srcppMnp' irons *rom one
to bring cotton producers directly In to Pensacola and the supervisor in I before the the visitors a suitable welcome and m
of boat rowed to the
touch with the spinners and dealers, charge of these forests is making of a numl'er er.'ertainment.

thus cutting out the middlemen, who preparations to tranfer the office. scene caught: it and brought it to then Tbe present Odd Fellw- gatherinIs

arc a tax alike on the producer and This will be done ou account of a eu'-face. probably the largest convention ol A Buggy for

tie spinner. < older from: the district forester at Al a body of that character that has as Everybody
Justifiable! Homicide.
buquerque. New Mexico. Verdict sembled In the Georgia capital In
The coroner's jury charged with
Corporal George Watkins, of theKey mny years. If ever before.
of L.
of the death
the invest'gation' !
TRAGEDY AT ABBEVILLE. West Guards, was the winner ot It is estimated that there was something -

the god medal offered by the citizensof I K. Finder, the groceryman who wu- like :?:>.OOO visitors In the city .
shot dead by H. L. Ellis, his uncle-in
Crazed by Jealousy Man Does Some that city for the best shot in the during the sessions of the order. We are prepared to furnish
in a verdict of justifiable buggies for
law, brought everybody -
company. The men have been shooting The festivities attending the visit
Deadly Work. at 200, 300 and 500 yard ranges I homicide. and Ellis was released of the distinguished guests were brilliant in Bradford and adjoining cplmties; at the
Insane because his attentions had custody. The evidence disclosed
and have displayed! a lively interest from in the extreme.
been rejected by Mrs. Eugene Royal, in the result The scores of the five the fact that Pinder was shot by most reasonable prices. I *f

nidow of Abbeville, Ga., and crazedby as alleged by the
A Ellis in
leaders were: Corporal George Watkins CAUGHT ON TRESTLE. We have received !
the alleged effects of protracted 74; Private ...Roy Cates, 63; latter in bis statement to he police. just and unpacked:; a full F

drinking, B. Manus shot and killed Private O. Kirchh .tmer, 53; Private Two Children Run Down by a Part t carload and others are on the way. '

Mrs E. H. Williams, wife of ex-Mayor Thomac Kelly, 46 and Private Bernard Tamps Cigar Shipments. Passenger Train. ,

Williams, a sister of Mrs. Royal, dangerously Waftt4C.. Despite the labor troubles which Herbert, the 9-year-old son of Mr. The demand for the famous; TisOn & Jones

Bounded Mrs. Royal, and beve temporarily reduced the cigar and Mrs. L. Yarborough, was instantly
The cfgarmakers strike at Tampa L has been
buggy that
: so heavy them
then turned his revolver on himself, has caused another large cigar factory sVpments from Tampa for the past killed, and Johnnie B., the 11-year none of could

Inl'ctlng mortal wounds. P ytil. that of Jose .Isca'eut & Co.. to locate two months. Tampa cigar shipmentsup old son, was seriously Injured by be be secured, but we are now ready to! supply our
dilLS say that there is a probobility to September 3d show a gain of lug struck by a southbound passengei
in Pa'atka. The firm will occu customers with these favorites.
. that Mrs. Royal.will recover. py the second story of the building 10,515,000 over the same period of train on the Georgia, Florida and Alabima ;

The tragedy caused the greatest of the Palatka Athletic Association last year Had the present!' trouble railroad at Edison Ga.

aenaation in Abbeville. All of the A force of two hund'ed and eighty not occurred it is certain that 1910 I'he children were walking along

prominently connected, would: have shown a big increase In the main line of the road Just nortl!
parties! are eight cigarmakers: will be employedMrs. I
Mrr. Williams and Mrs. Royal having shipments over 1909. of the depot when they were overtaken Ii i
Anna Belica of Chicago Lawn i
J. W.%

the state.a number of friends throughout 111.ten, and years two, and children.Joseph Frances aged ,three aged Boy Burned to Death. swittly on a moving trestle train.and run down by ti ej ANDREWS% $ & SON

1 is said Charlie Richardson, a negro boy, Ihe body of the younger boy waifrightfully s t
:Manass who Is widower,
a were bl;-tf'd to death by an exploaoof : n::: old. residing: at 1617 Lee street,
(to have been in love with Mrs. Royal gasoline. Two other children wen sears hospital '( mangled, death resnUlnjInstantly. > .
the County Starke }
Jacksonville Florida
The other child hurled
(for a long time. She had rejected probablr fa'al'y: burned. The acct was ,
terrib'e: agoniesftom
, after suffering 50) feet Into a ravine. His <
pie suit on several occasions, but Ma- when Belie escap
dent took place Mrs.
burns he received when a boy frcm instant death is regarded littl le Stables Next Door to County Court' House.r..t.1"
Bass had shown no signs of attempting tried to start the kitchen fire withthe : r 1.i
to revenge hrs rejections until the poured gasoline on his clothing wait short of miraculous. He was TV?
; liquid. l'
day of the tragedy had a lighted torch In his hands. painfully Injured, but win recover. .

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and son, Othma Temperance P
Dr. J. O. Haynes I AM
.,..' will leave Sunday for Atlanta, Superintendent Public Instruction 1 Thousands of gallons of the L. & 1.1.I \. -ALA.
Haynes in "
: are produced one
}k.. where the latter will enter the Atlanta J. C. Poppell and D. E. Knight will I machinery. Only chemically operation pure color by I I I* *fT0 hflerThas

K' : Dental College to study dentistry. He speak upon the nineteenth amendment is used. The actual cost of L. & M. is I QUININE "

; iBits of Local is already a pretty good dentist and, it to the state constitution at the following j 1 only about $1.30 per gallon when the job The cause of Malaria arises freer I

will soon finish his course at places on the dates given below: is finished. Will you depend upon this I Swamps efi1nvia from aecompositJca j
1 I is expected I product, or a paint made by costly hand of animal
Oct. or vegetable
friends Raiford, Baptist church Friday matter Tb.-
the college. Othma's many labor in a pot with a stick producing a I effect is to produce Fevers 1
: Information'I wish him success. Dr. Haynes will return 7th at 7:30 p. m. I few gallons at a time and at that very under many'names in different kcoinkj,

home Wednesday.A Lake Butler, public square, Saturday, likely made with common earth paints, the world as Chills and Fever parts of|

t I C.e.. uMi O.r P."I.. 7hu"'U8.4 Oct. 8tb at 2:30 p. m. % and questionable quality Linseed Oil. and Ague, etc. In the past aflf1'Fever tbi :
was exhibited The L. & M. Paint is sold by G. C. Livingston Doctors
: f' jr.'81re IN C...." and queer persimmon Liberty School House, Saturday Oct. only remedy was Quinine,%*|
4 _. Saturday by A. S. Crews. The fruit I & Co., Starke, and McIver & very useful, bat dangerous drug. Ti I i
of 8th, at 7:30p.m. : McKay, Ocala. Cure for MALARIA is "'0,
hid branched off into two pairs pro- I
School House Sunday, Oor.
1 1I Thomas I
j actions. those of each pair being nearly Facts to Smokers. PAMALASold
Interesting i
I 9th. at 10 a. m. I
There are no dull days at Leviton's. Miss Nellie Sayles will return home alike. The whole resembled very much School House, Sunday, Oct. test bi an 4n1uiaU. $LOO Bcttes:
Midway Do you know that in Cuba to
extended northern trip. the head of n giraffe the large pair
: Hon. L. D. Wall returned Monday today after an the small pair 9th at 2:30 p. m. Havana tobacco the leaf id rolled into a

from his trip to South Florida. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Futch have returned I looking like the ears and I New River at New River church, cigar and lighted to get the taste then GOVERNOR WANTS ADDRESSES.
: the
like the horns. It was grown on the light ii permitted to go out and the <
!\ A eon was born to Mr. and Mrs. D. home after a short stay at Waynes- place of J. B. Dowling, of Lake Butler. Sunday Oct. 9tb. at 7:30 p. m. cigar is again lighted, and if the taste is I Small Sum 01( Honey for
; W. Manning the 19th inst. ville, N. C. Men women and children are invitedto rank and bitter the tobacco is graded as Hen nt.
born Tuesday to Mr. This is the first year in many whenwe attend these meetings, as the discussions inferior quality. Palm Smokers are always )- SenedlnCo.H.Tallahassee .
1I I Mrs. A. V. Long'and Miss Dea Weeks A daughter was Water have not had a teal base ball game, will be both entertaining and edu sweet after relighting.
i and Mrs. E. W. McClellan of the Fla., June 9.-Go
t. were chopping in Jacksonville Monday. and it is now too late in the season for cational. Do you know that you cannot get fin- Gilchrist holds small
Oak section.Dr. The reason for this er Havana tobacco in any cigar at any a sum of taonerj
t The belt, red maline bow any to be played. price than that which is in a Palm Smo- due te each of the following men V
Fred Sayles, of Bronson was a shortcoming is that all our ball players Presbyterian JChurch: .Directory.Rev. ,
members of
and red Windsor tie at Lanes. ker? Company M, First FtaxSuaa
i *' guest Thursday at the home of Dr. and have been too busy to wield the bats. Wm. T. Morgan, Minister Do yon know that Palm Smokers are Volunteer Infantry,

1 ": The good work of putting the streets Mrs. T. D Gunter. The candy kids have done a little to rhone 50.Sabbath. made by Cuban hand workmen? Every war, which Spanih-Ameria&f"
l' I. was recrnited at
!. ,i. in order is still going on. Don't forget the shoe sale at Leviton'snext keep the sport alive, but even among School, 9:45 a. m., Sunda). cigar will burn even and draw freenotlike around Starke. The deeirea
; that made in molds. governer
in Jack I them the enthusiasm has not been great. J. M. Trnby, Superintendent. are
Ruins Hodges spent Sunday week. Do you know that Palm Smokers cost ; the present postoffice address of each cf]

: E i sonville. Rev. H. P. Blocker, of Jacksonville The drainage scheme becomes a more Preaching Services, 11 a. m. and 7:80 dealers more than any other Be cigar? these parties if living If any of t ....

: i T. L. Christie of Jacksonville spent was a guest of his mother, Mrs. A. F. and more live issue every day. The far- p. m. Every fourth Sabbath morningat That is because they are worth a great are dead he desires the name and 1

Sunday here with relatives and friends. Brockmeyer a couple of days this week. mers of this section are very anxious to Hawthorne. deal more. office addresses of their legal represen,
. : I( have it materialize, but think it cannot Christian Endeavor Society, 3:80 p. Do you know that the wrapper and atives:

. I i! 6 or 6 doses of "666" will cure any David Jones, of Hampton has gone be done unless the town of Staeke helps. m., Sunday. Cosmo Alvarez, Presi- filler of a Palm Smoker comes from the Osburn J. Benton, Join C. Carter-a|
and fever. Price 25c. Arch Creek to grow famous Vuelta Abajo district of Cuba
case of chills to his truck farm at should beheld dent.
They think a mass meeting and that the same grade of tobacco is Simon B. Hedges John M. Jones, ._
I 4 W. J. Griffin was in Jacksonville Monday vegetables for early shipment in the where large property owners out- Prayer and Bible Study, 7:80 p. m., used in the finest brands of imported cigars iel B. Kelsey Oscar H. Martin,
on business. pnng. side and inside of Starke, who would be Wednesday. ? 1 |
.' i Sunday School Teachers' Meeting 4 Do know that if have M. Smith, George O. Singletary, Alta]
Messrs. G. L., J. D. and W. H. Blount directly benefitted by the drainage, you you not
l Lester Stearns spent Monday in Jack- p. m. Thursday. smoked a Palm Smoker that you have J. Williams
the Cain
for Pompano, where they could be present and discuss matter. ElmerJE. Walter]
Monday ,
sonville. Ladies' Aid Society, Tuesday 3 p. m. not smoked the best?
. t will grow tomatoes and other vegetablesfor Messrs. G. Alison and J. J. Jones, of Mrs. Mary C. Hull, President.A Crowson, John A. Harris James A-J.
Do know that Palm Smoker
A was born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry cordial invitation is extended to everyone you a
son early spring shipment. in Starke Tuesday demo Miller, Atture N. Wilson Mark <
I 27th inst. Micanopy, were who has no church. home to worship that smooth, rich taste that is so much
t 1 Mott Tuesday Large consignment of blue serge suits onstrating the merits of the WarrenDetroit with us. sought in high grade Havana cigars? ler, John W. Freeman, Sebron A. R w.

Butterine only 30 cents a pound at J. received at Leviton's this week. Prices automobile. Several prospective Do yon know that substitutes may rington, Noah Jones George L.LemoaV

C. Carter's. t I range from $10 to $20 and quality is automobile purchasers tested the riding look the same as Palm Smokers but Joab
they will not taste the same? Insist G. Rice Jr., Julius H. Smctsl ,
Jacksonville the best. qualities of the Warren-Detroit with upon ?,_
Judge J. T. Wills was in guaranteed getting a Palm Smoker then C.
Henry Timberlake
Mr. Alison. They were greatly pleased I you Isaiah D. Wynn,
Wednesday. Miss Mabel Wills has room for sever- know you are getting the best that mon-
with the car and it is possible that the I ey will buy. Lock Castlebury, George E. Dili _
W. Wilson has moved with his al more pupils in her piano class Every Month'writes
J. will shortly be
I Warren-Detroit people Alexander Malcolm Owen Owens
will be pleased to quote terms on appli The price of Palm Smokers is 5c and ,John
family to cation. represented in Starke by one or more of are for sale at first-class dealers. J. Ward. tf. ::

- Lee Hoffman was a visitor to Jacksonville their handsome and durable machines. Lola P. Roberts, of

' .:: Wednesday. The latest addition to the Dowlingmill For Sale. Vienna, Mo., "I used to be
which shafts
lathe on
Cypress shingles at Quigley's. Prices and axles is a turning of any size can be turned and The Telegraph has for sale a scholar- sick most of the time and

: the best. 9 23-4t ship in Columbia College, Lake City. suffered with backache and
cylinders bored out. Pupils intending to attend that institution -

C. M. Sparkman of Plant City, was Mr. D. R. Edwards and family have will do well to address this office. headache. My Mother,who (Flooring

, in'town Thursday. moved to Starke from Lawtey. They Adrent Church. had been greatly helped by

. Miss Maud Powell has returned home occupy the Bennett cottage on South Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. the use of Cardui, got me V

. from her summer sojourn in North Walnut street. ? Sunday school at 10 a. m. two bottles, and I have I

Carolina. Miss Helen Reinoehl and Mr. Lester been well ever since." CeilingAll
Methodist Church
, A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Stearns are constantly adding to their Directory. E49
McIntosh last collietion in the postoffice and Sunlay School 9:60 a. m.
W. T.Gill, one day picture ,
Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:80 m.
week. the part of the wall covered is a thing of p. I
8:80 o'clock
Epworth League p. m. CARDUI

z Ginghams, beat 'in the market 10 beauty. Prayer meeting E.Wednesday J. GATES,7:80 Pastor.p. m. k Siding i

yards for 95 cents, at Leviton's. We will receive in the next few days ( :

large consignment of high grade skirts.
,- J. ,0. Adkins Esq., of Gainesville, a .
T Plenty of extra sizes to fit all the ladies. The Woman's Tonic
: was in town Monday on business before M.Leviton. One Cent o Word Finish

: Judge Wills. Cardui is a gentle tonic :
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Crews departed
Mrs. L. A. Smith, of Ocala, has been for young and old women.
for Gainesville, where Mr.
t visiting her sister, Mrs. M. Leviton, this Monday It relieves and
Crews will resume his law studies at the CLOTHES cleaned and repaired by Jesse prevents Grades

., week. Florida University. Mr. Crews will en- I Johnson, City Pressing Club phone pain. It builds strength. It

'S Messrs. H. J. and W. C. Warlick, of ter the'senior class this term. 59. 38-2t feeds the nerves. It helps ,' -

Valdosta, Ga., were in Starke on busi- Walter Wills,of Tampa spent several FOR RENT-5-room cottage. Mrs. O. the whole system. Terms Cash

DeEs8aturday. I
\ days with relatives here the first of the A. Wills Starke. Made from harmless

For barg'1D. iu all kinds of merchandise week. Mr. Wills has prospered in Tampa
FOR RENT-2 houses, one $6 and one roots and herbs, It has no -
J. C. Carter. and is the of several valuable
see I owner
$8 per month. Keys at Mrs. Burn1 bad after-effects, doe not II

.' J. S. Cassie's many friends were glad residences there besides a good business. 1 sed's. W. Lake. 8-26-tf interfere with the use of McNair & SonPlume

:,\; '. lo see him at his post again Saturday Examine the beverages manufacturedby .
; *' LOST-Last Saturday, pointer dog any other medicine and can :
\ morning after his recent illness. the Starke Bradford County Bottling ill i
white with liver colored Had
spots. do nothing but good. t :
Works. You will find them and you -
The unpreposessing,but medicinal and pure lately been in Theressa neighborhood.Finder ,
has succeeded the deli'dous. Ask for them at the cold Try CarduL It will help tI I
prolific Keifer pear please return to W. M. Bryan
drinks stands. Your dealer sells it 214
grape and again appears on our tables. and receive reward. It you. I :

;, ';' : Mrs. Lula Miller has returned home Marshal L. H. Austin and his daughter FOR SALE-3-burner blue flame oil I i .

,." with relatives in Jackson Miss Alva, have both been on the I '
from visit
a with Phone 114.
stove oven, cheap.
sick list this week but are improving.
I Night Marshal Ed Burnsed has filled FOR SALE-Good young farm horse,
Good bleaching 36-inches wide thirteen Mr. Austin's place. cheap for cash. W. E. Wainright, ..%4444 ,% %%%4'l4 %4iy4i44t, -.
I yards for a dollar. M. Leviton,
Starke. 980tfXR
Starke.W. Mrs. O. D. Groff and two children,
and Mrs. A. Servis, formerly of Starke ) SALE-Good second hand New $ HULL'S DEPARTMENT STORE

W.'McDonnell of Williston has but now of Bradentown. have been visiting Home sewing machine at a bargain.

been sting friends in Starke this friends here this week while on their Call at gun repair shop in front of

week. way to New York City. I Commercial Hotel. J. B. Florrid. We Handle And

: Mrs. J. G. Alvarez and SOD, Mr. Guy W. C. T. U. will meet Monday after- FOR SALE-My house and lots in Anything Everythihing

: Alvarez returns 1 Wednesday from an noon at 2:30, an hour earlier than usual Starke. A bargain; to a quick buyer. We Aim to Have What the People Want

: '. extended trip to Michigan. so as not to conflict with the service Will sell on easy terms. H. L. Brown- '
Mrs. :May: Dickens who had been vis- that are being held at the Baptist lee. 9.30)-tf .I

rk iticg the family of Col. W. T. ,Weeks, church. Mrs. D. E. Knight, secretary FOR SALE-Fine nursery grown strawberry I j I rat

returned to her home at Sanford Mon D. W. Manning has opened up a fruit plants, Excelsior and Klondvke. Starve, Fla., Sept. 30, 1910

i day. and confectionery store in the front end price $225 per 1,000. Cabbage and
The above is
of letterhead
and tells in
copy our a brief and concise
anner our which
of Reaves' meat market. He will keep celery plants $1 25 per 1,000 or ;;,O\) t' we
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Knight and chil- are trying to live np to. | ,
only the beat of everything and at the for $5. Sage plants 50 cents per 100. .
i dr u, of Lake Butler were guests the r We have with us now in our hardware department Mr. T. Flittner, wno has had two
lowest Call him and be T. K. Godhey, Waldo, Fin. 9-23-3') years' experience
week of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. prices. on con in both wholesale retail
; first of the hardware. Mr. Flittner is a man you can't fail to like. It is a pleasure
.; Knight. vinced. It FOR SALE 40 acres, 3 miles north to him not only to sell goods; but to find for you just what you may want.

> afternoon west of Starke, good location, 18 or 2C We have also taken on Mr. Willis Kenner from
'; R. L. Tinker of Topeka, Kansas, wa Wednesday Express Agent Eureka. Kansas. Mr. Kenner is also a veiy clever
here the first of the week to see what om Hoffman was frequently asked if he intended acres cleared ready fur plow and mail and has had experience in handling groceries and furniture. With the help of these most:excellentmen
; to and of timber, no other improve we hope to give the public the best of
Ij I section has to offer in the way of land I start a poultry stock farm. plenty very service.
I He had on hand for shipment nine: ments. Address W. E. Davis Starke
; ,and has become a purchaser.
Ii <. crates of chickens and one crate containing Fla. 2-4-tJ $ $

;i Mrs. J.' T. Wills, Jr., and childrer I a hog. FOR SALE-Farm of 100 acres S( Brass Bedsteads 1. .
'' returned to their home Waldo, Monday ;
cultivation, thoroughly
acres in .. .
Henry Freeman left Tuesday for ;
visit with
after short Judgeani
I evening. Mrs. J. T.a Wills. Gainesville to enter the University of stumped; dwelling two and a hall $ We have added this week something that will be stiie| to please some of
including dining
10 rooms!
,1! Florida. He was accompanied by hi stories "home" This is line '
our customers. of brass
E New skirts, poplin in all the nev, father. Dr. A. H. Freeman, and they room and kitchen; house in perfect j a bed steads ranging frbm $20 to

,a shades, ginghams for school dresses a t made the trip by automobile, the doctor repair; good barns stables and con $30. We have also added some very fine white enameled{ bedstead to our already -
j Morgans. 9-16-tf shelters; two wells with brick and
returning home Tuesday night. large assortment. ;
( curbs and cucumber
tiling pumps; J'
The Ladies Aid Society of the Presby
t ,',. Rev. W. M. Pugh of Waldo, who ha> water first-aass; two miles south o'
r'rian church will meet with Mrs. Lull a
teen in Starke this week fund Starke. Have 160 acres adjoining
... i
t -; Miller next Tuesday afternoon at 3:3<0
\I o'clock. for the building of a Congregational 1 this farm that will also be sold. R. V Clothing t j jVie
Methodist church at Graham, says he G. Reaves Starke Fla. 9 23-4t V i'

(i Mr. J. H. Hartman- and Miss Evi a has found much encouragement hen want you to come in and examine our complete 1 : line of RAUF'4 iAN

Rison, from Kansas, have been her e and is very thankful to our citizens. T. W. SWEAT
PftE-SHRUNK Clothing. These are strictly high gjrade
looking over land and each bought ;I I ,. garments-no job
1' / tract from Col. C. L. Peek. T. D. Proctor has a small Japan per Dealer la lots. They are made up for ui from our own selection jOf samples and sizes. x
simmon tree that is a wonder as to yielc

. I Irish potato seed for planting, Re d of fruit, having this season borne ove i]: Hides, Furs and Shins Y'e. can give you as neat a fit right here, at a big saving pot[ only in money and .

i Bliss and Rose No. 4. Price of potatoe II 500 large and bright persimmons. Mr Highest market in time and trouble, as you can get in made-to-order gjij'ments.j .t'
price paid.
. is advancing, better plant a fall croj:I. Proctor is an enthusiast on drainage an I -

.; N. B. HnlLTbelaatisiueof has the best drained place in town Starke, Florida. I

I :_ the Telegraph ui,d Hence deep-rooted trees do well there. V We are opening up new goods every day (except Sunday, of course). It

,4 that Bert Strong, of Kingsley lAke, >ha Mr. and Mrs. J. W. White accompanied ,. TRANS CLABK. iii will pay you to come in and see us whenever you wan' i any kind of goods.

;, i ._ ahipped 120 btihelsof grapes this sea- their son, Mr. Ray White,to Gaines. Clark & Fielding, You don't know what we have until you ask for it. Witch advertisement.

t .- \ ion. It should have been 220 bushels. vile Tuesday, where the latter was en. Lawyer j f ]ly I ,

r'r't Willie Eenner of Ears ka rolled as a student at the University o::f Respectfully j
Mean. Florida. Mr. White reports that the at. Practice In all Courts, State and FederalOffices i t
i I ', Kansas, and T. Flittner, of Corry, Pa., tendsnoe at the university is to largi i i 11 N. B. HULL
Gainesville .
; -', : haTe accepted clerkships in N. B. Hull''. that additional dormitories are beiniI over National Bank a

a department itore. .. built accommodate students. Gainesville Fla. .

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