Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
October 7, 1910
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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: XXXIL i STARKE, FLORIDA* OCTOBER, 7, 1910. N01J15: .

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::4:4DEADSTATESMAN School Board County!met Schools.with all members Distingushed: Floridian Passed Away at Sanatorium in Jacksonville The enrollment Friday, Sept.of Starke 30, 1910.Normal'and RIOUSV. ;/' Ii

High School continues to increase. Seventeen : .
and the routine of business ;.
present regular
1st After Short Illness. "
t of Saturday, October new pupils entered last Monday 11 I Itv

IIHISSIONEBS HONOR MEMORY disposed as follows: which gave us 852 pupils. This not only THURSDAY :
Petition for G. E. Dyal to be trusteeof shows the interest people of the town .. -t

1 RD. Johnstown granted. Petition askingfor Hon. Napoleon- B. Broward, former cortege turned into Ocean. The sight -
r f. OF GOVERNOR BROW and county are taking in the school, but I TUBER 29m ;
school to be established at Bethel States and with
.. governor and nominee for United was impressive, one impulsealt the children themselves seem eager to .. ,

church refused and the Unity school ordered senator, died, last .Satnrdvy at 12:80 heads were bared. Preceded by Gov. learn. The prospects are very bright for I 1 i, ,@

[lesoIetioD Adopted. Deploring Untimely taught at the old site.! New o'clock at the DeSoto Sanitarium in ; .Albert W. Gilchrist and his cabinet, one of the best years in the history of from Tb"t Date NoTrace Of Mlsjfng o! t

school granted at Enterprise and salary Jacksonville affcw a short illness. The Hon. H. Clay Crawford, secretary of .
the school. If
you have a boy or girl to or
Death pt Distinguished fixed at $80 per month, D. L. Phillips cause of death was gall-stones complicated state; Hon. Park Trammell, attorney I educate send him to Starke at your earliest Han CanJBe Fonnd., foul Flay :.. i'i

: florite appointed supervisor. Petition askingfor with jaundice. Eminent surgeons general; Hon. A. C. Croom, comptroller Rot
:._ I convenience and let us convince you Suspected. ;
F r .\:: '" J. M. Fntch to be trustee of Elarbee had been summoned to his bedside and ; Hon. M. V. Knott, state treasurer; i that we can help him to become masterof I ...

., school granted. New school granted at on Saturday morning decided that an Hon. B. E. McLin, commissioner of agriculture '" ;: j' ,t r i
The board of : commissioners himself, become better teacher to
county get. R.F. Dunn,an employee of the StarieLumber t
: Roberts, patrons to build house and The distinguished and others and followed {
operation was necessary. by
: ;met October 3d with O. J. ,Knight, W. ready for college or for business. Co. at| their mill five rules
board to furnish material removed to the the Dr. John C. :
honorary pall-bearers,
;:J. Epperson 3. 8. Rosier,'y{... G. Seals patient was The following is the honor roll for the north of town disappeared from fit irke
Treasurer's books Examined and found sanatorium for this purpose, but died L'Engle, Hon. W. S. Jennings, Hon. W. .
. and G.L. Peek present. Minutes of last third week.
Thursday morning :Sept iber29th
correct. while the surgeons were preparing to B. Young, Judge H. B. Philips, Hon. Miss ?* 4
Fripp.-Harry Canova Thomas
.meeting, approved. Bills examined and warrants drawnas perform the operation. W. S. Jordan, Hon. Cromwell Gibbons, and although diligent seat::h has .
: J. BCrewi made the proposibon'thatIf Limbaugh, Albert Manning John Mott, been made during the few dAs :
follows: AU that was mortal of this remarkable Judge R. M. Call, Major Richard McLaughlin past by .
: the board consented be and his neigh- Yulee Smith Thomas Turner, Ira Wil- the officers and friends of the
mi :
4TK L. W.Kickliter,member board4 00 Floridian was laid to rest in Evergreen Hon. J. N. C. Stockton, Hon.A. sing- tjt;
;)>ors would grade and clay the road 47M: D. W. Plnholster _n___ 5 TO son, Freddie Williams, Hale Scarborough man, no traceof him can be found.I
Jacksonville, Monday W. Cockrell Jr. 0. E. Garner
Cemetery, Capt.
fir m the foot of ,Long bridge eastward I 4757 J. L. Brown _._u_ 900 Mildred Bessent, Mildred Robbing, Dunn was suffering with a mild _
afternoon and the Times-Union of Tues- and J. Walter Rast, the casket, covered
of the hill free 4758 J. O. Poppell, s&lsry----------------- 100 00 Jeannette Scarborough Nellie Steam
Pto the top charge. to of fever and came to Starke at
jfthe Permission, and the 475Q Mary Ri>erd,grading___---__________ 6 0047fiOMaomaHlll day gave the following account of tIle with white carnations and Marechal Flossie Williams. an arly :.
county. granted hour for
.__ 8 30 Neil Wednesdajfnight trearme: by
nn.n funeral: roses, was carried into the entranceof
:J;thanks of'the board extended to Mr. 4701 S. A. Draper ....unnn__ 6 (10 Miss Millen.-Taber Bessent, Henry Dr. A. H. Freeman. He went tcf the ."
) Where stand the towering oaks, festooned the church, flanked on one side by a
-Orews. and neighbors. 47C2 J. T. Quigley building-------------- :25 00 Mott, Avery Crosby,Levy Canova, Rod- doctor's office on Walnut street and finding ;
with garlands of silent sentinels squad of police and on the other by the
:it Henry Rivers was stricken from pendon 4703 L. W. Kickim, .aminer---------- 11 2047fl4 moss dy Crosby, Romeo Dekle Nelson Green that the doctor ...
was one the
; E. S. Matthews, prlntinc____._u_ n 4 00 of peace and eternal rest over the field and staff officers of the First Brigade Clarence Hale Frank Johns '\ speni
'. [ roll 4765V.. M. Harrell,building materiaL. 32 40 bivouac of the dead, all that was mortalof and First! Infantry, National Maxwell night in the waiting room of the .c fflce. ;.:
D. M. Gunter before the Thrower, Walter Thomas James Williams -
appeared ,
When Dr. Freeman
4766 J. C. offiea 1 25 went to his'ce
Poppell exp.------- the late ex-Gov. Napoleon Bonaparte Guards of Florida, by the active pall- >
[:board and claimed'damages for injury 4767 G. W. Hazen, commiSiol1n 14 514.1IB" Ralph Williams, Walter Weeks. Thursday morning he found the
Broward yesterday afternoon con- bearers, J. M. Barre, P. A. Dingan, man
______ was Miss
1 P5476H Peek.-Doris
his from
to mole breaking through public Un Ruby Ben- him. He '
yc Bradford County Bank, lntertt ___ 3 55 signed to its last resting place in beauti- Frank Brown, D. T. Gray, James B. nett, Fannie Townsend Anna awaiting prescribed f'nJ the
bridge. Complainant was paid $5. Canova
him prescrlp
4770; borrowed money.___ 120 OB ful Evergreen cemetery. Dodge, W. M. Bostick, Jr., J. C. Con- patient giving two ions I
Petition by citizens of Hampton district 4771 ____ 145 00 Aileen Alvarez, Bessie Jones, Maggie Dunn bad the prescriptions filled,alt Ca-
Floridawas and Ed
Probably no dead citizen of nally Williams, who had been .
for a bridge across Double Run. 4778 N. R Hull, storage..____._.--.______ 21 (10) Dekle, Lulu Wilson, Ella-May Long, son's drug store and: then went toa; restaurant '
the the best and friends.
ever so universally mourned by governor's lifelong
near toe Withee still, was referred to FUB nisTRicns. Marie Livingston, Pansy Tyre, Bessie on Jefferson street for br afast. .
masses as was the late governor. As a The family of the deceased then followed ..,.
Commissioner Seals for investigation. 5927 Union School Furais'K Co.library-.$202.. DuBose, Jessie. Forsyth.! Ruby Wright, After eating a light breakfast he left the
mark of esteem and respect to his memory the body down the aisle to whereit _
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[/ The'clerk was instructed to give 5928 due Dt'C. WU 2985 Maud Manning, Josephene Scarborough, restaurant and from that
all city, state, and United was deposited in front of the chancel. time.ucHl now
5929; due Dec. 1912 29 35 county
oe'that the convicts will bele4d Henry Edwards James Kite Cheiter
:n county 5W Henry Plgford, janitor.__-----______ 5 25 States offices in Jacksonville were closed The church was filled with sorrowicg hi? movements cannot be traced.)i!-j:| '.:

1 for. 1911 to the highest bidder on. 5931J.! W. Whiter merchandise__________ 2655M32 for the entire, or part of the day, and friends from all walks of life, which told Gates, Drew Alvarez, Elery Futch. Before leaving Starke he wrote a let S

iTorember 7th next. : W. L. Wall, lights and wat. r______._ 6 50 Mis? Ray -Lorena Alvarez, }Florence ter to his wife saying that he would not
i the hours of the funeral there than words
I W. J. Jones asked that settlement 5833 W. O. Seal Incidental -________--- 6 88 daring more strongly can express Canova, Agnes Gardiner, Pearl Green, return home for J "
....__ was a general closing business houses. the esteem in which the dead a few days as the physician .,
.j .road frbm Sampson to Hampton road, S934: R. S. Powell, repairs __.-???-? 50 governor Erna Htynes, Josie Hoffman, Thelma <
5'IJi.;5 Union School FurniVg Co. library.. 30 55 Many distinguished men from all partsof has been held by the citizens: of his home wished him to remain herein order :
'near W. S.rPrith'a placebe! made.ajrablic .. < ( "" Johns. Donnie McFarland, Emma Powell that he could att .
: 5R due July 1911 .. 00 55 the state hurried to Jacksonville to city. There were those who had enjoyed have clcse ittton.
road. Ordered that the route be I 5937 due July 1912 ..3000 Myrtle Reddish, Louis Hoffman, This letter .
served to
last sad the of : his and allay any .
a tribute to those who had
i I advertised for SO days. 5038 G. W. Hazen, oummlssion__----____ 2'l'ii// pay memory Royal George Eugene Griffin Maurice: that .
the dead and the I and honored him for ness Mrs. Dunn might have If It because *
statesman his
__ obsequies respected
59311" __ 120 J may
f.Bills by Thos. J. Dekle for reports of n Langford, Rhodes McRae, Lorie Register his :
The following teachers were make: by the attendance of one of'I virtues and joys he had brought to the continued absence[until
were assigned:
'flues imposed in his court, and by N. Newn Wainright, Ida Warren, CarrieBelle saWbV.Free-
Jennie Crane, 5th grade Starke. R I the largest concourses ever assembled! in hearts of others during life-all attesting Sunday morning when she ;
balance bills Weeks.
; : for on inquest ,
-. '" A. Dukes, principal Vanderbilt. Ruth the state for a similar occasion. It wasa by silent presence their sorrow. Miss man at the mill and inquired: ,; Newsom. Edna
laid Thomas
: over. --- Leecy about Mr. Dunn's
condition. Wtjen the
Kennedy assistant Vanderbilt. Eyder respectful and sorrowing assemblage, CHCRCH SERVICES.
Fire-arms permits issued to W. L. I Morgan.Cleo Carlton Kathleen Alvarez. doctor '
McDonald for wherever funeral moved informed her that he had cj>t seen.
1"i Kickhter and Everett. LIner.A Johnstown. May KennedyNew thp cortege I The church services, conducted by Lucia Scrborougb, Kate Duncan, Ploy! her husband since
: the those who witnessed Thursday morning
through streets
Tax Assessor' the River. Mrs. Meda Hodges, -Enter Rev. Mr. J. Walton Bennett Underhill
: : Wainright presented I Graybill,pastor, as- May Willie Jones, she became much
loa iu stood with bared heads. very alarmed and notified
I : tax books for,.1910. and they were ordered prise. Crews, Branen. Mae Clem- i sisted by Rev, Mr. W. H. Dodge, of Horace Wilson Wilbur Scott, Leo Canova neighbors of the circumstance.Immediately '.

I distributed according to laW,! mona, Belling. Pearl' Ware. assistant. LAY IX STATE. Ocala, a lifelong friend of the late gov- 'Cecil.-Cxihb, Robert Cribb, Allan I feafch '
a for
"Between the hours of 9 and 1:80 I the missing
a. m.
,jt The na'w jaiT was' ..Lnspee'andacoepteud Springs. ernor, were characterized for their. Canova, Kate Haislop, Geace DuBoee, instituted traCe ,
man was but
the of the dead no pf him
Colored: Ina Middleton, Water Oak. p. m. body distinguished I
warrant issued In payment, beautiful and sweet simplicity. I Mable Kite Fannie Hale, Lottie Wiley,, has been found. '
i in state in the rotunda under the
Lottie lay
1: ,to the Amount of 18512, due'one and two Baxter' HopewelL I As the funeral party crossed the threshold Gertrude Knhm, Jessie Thomas, Clara So far .
Board dome of the city hall. Here surround- as can be learned Dunn bad no
I without interesi adjonrnei to meet the first JV .oi'u. Mable John
Tears from date of the church, Mrs. Davies at the Colley, Dekle, Vf il- of
ei banks of flowers and I money any consequence aboct Sis -
November. by draped national person ,
Monday !
,1 Insurance on new jail placed with the I organ played softly a favorite hymn until ham Thomas Adam Green, Drayton L and there :

1 Aetna;!Insurance Co. for $2000 for three J. C. PorpEix, colors, guarded by a special ec-' all were seated. The services were Colley, Rawson Davis. seems to be no motivewhatever _-r .A'.
secy. and Supt. crt of honor from the National Guard for loul .play. The reporter :.
; years.v opened by a quartette selection, "Lead Miss Hill.-Engene Be.seant, Beatrice,,
of Florida, unaer command of. Second iiqnired of G. P. Cason about Pnnn'a ;
Ordered that notice for plans, specification I Kindly Light," by Mrs. G. W. RiDeI Wills Alice Prescott, George Hoffman,, I ;
at the Jte
Ward (; Lieut. Wright Ellis, and squad of I drug store when call-
.! and bids for sewerage for the I hart, alto; Mrs. Edith Floyd Durrance, Louise Bessant, Gladys Mansell, Alice ed to have the prescriptions filled
under Lieut. Hall thousands Mr.
-(; HAW.jail be advertised in the Telegraph, We wish to correct a mistake in last Harry isonrano- .: Max Mor- nthan._____. bas____:. Cyril_.,__ Moore. Cason
from all stations of life, creeds and nc-- said that there was netting inDunn's
f: to be acted upon at the next meeting of week's items. It was stated that Doc political I R. Tyler tenor. High School.-Harriet Hoffman, Josh
faith?, filed silently bv, with condact to jrstify thb :theory
board/ Lynn had gathered 720 .bushels of corn Inman, Miriam Hoffman Pearl :
} Dr. Graybill next read from the scriptures Johns that be
was mentally aid "
deranged had
bared, respectful heads, to look for the
:;. Petition by Lawtey citizens for the f-om about 10 acres of land, instead of followed by a fervent from Leetha Sasser, Bruce Davis Emma Darby
last time upon the face of the man who away, but expressed tHb opinion .
A gr&4ing of public road east to Middle- 72 bushels. I was probably known personally to more I Dr. Dodge. He gave thanks to God for Lucile Freeman! Margie Home, El- that the missing umu ;bad Dimply ..

turg road; referred to Commissioner We the : lery Davi$, Katherine Knhl, Lois Tison .
are glad Telegraph has quit I II I Floridians than any othtr nan of his having blessed the community with a gone away for treatment by' a 'former f '{

iRsier.. publishing snake stories, which are I time. man of the deceased's many virtues. Anita Wills, Miriam Darby May Fripp. family physician and that his wife and

1> The following resolution was passed nearty always exaggerated. I THOUSANDS PRESENT. Mrs. Dnrrance then sang a solo, "Face Louise Floreus. friends wuld heM from him ira few

1 by the board: I Mils Edith Crosby left Sunday for Promptly at 1 :30 p. m escorted by a to Face! followed by the hymn loved davs. This theory of the matter :, prob-

;i "Whereas, All Americans admire the Unity, to take charge of the school at p atoou of sixteen mounted police, com best by Governor Broward, "The Ninety Revival_ Meeting at Raiford.Rev. ably correcr: since Dunn_n toLl____ _:Mr_. Cnnn_____

with will and brain that place. and Nine." This was rendered by Cyril D. A. Brindle, a well known Iha-t if he did not feel better
r man.who rugged manded by Lieut. Roach, the body was wit in the

}, I power wins his way from poverty and Messrs. G. W. Lewis and H. R. Brown removed from the city hall to the late R. Tyler. minister of the Christian church, has next few hours that he was going away.

?; jr adverse circumstances up to the pinna- made a business trip to Starke Monday. residence, No. 1005 east Church street. The services over, the body was taken been engaged to conduct a revival in But in the meantime if anyone has information -

J cle of his ambition, and that such a man Miss Mae Hollingsworth, who has in- An hour later the funeral cortege again from the church through the Monroe the Christian church at Raiford, commencing of the missing inau's : ,hereabouts :.

1'was Napoleon; Broward. ; be it there'll structed a class in music for several moved direct to the First Presbyterian street entrance and the cortege, headed Thursday evening, Oct. 13, at a great favor will be coi-ferred ,I

ll lore ft weeks past, expects to take leave of her church, comer Ocean and Monroe by a platoon of mounted police, followed 7:15 p. m.Evangelist. upon a very distressed little woman: if
the entire national Brindle is a native of North
"; "Resolved. That we, as fellow Flor- many friends here next week. streets, where thousands had congregated by guard force located the information is communicatedto: Mrs.

feel in his success/and deeply Uncle Bob for the church services. Long be- in Jacksonville, proceeded to:Main Carolina and spent several years as a R. F. Dunn, Saxton, Fla. 4 .
.. i :idians. pride and Aunt Jane Wheeler, teacher in his home state. He attended -
street and thence north
: regiet that the reaper Death Claimed two of the oldest colored people in this fore the hour set for these services the to the cemetery, school at the Bible College in Dunn had been io this locali'j: only a
where services
hour of full fruition of his edifice was filled, and hundreds waited were continued and the few months. He came here froi Hancock .
4 I him in the vicinity, both died last Wednesdaynight Ky. He has had years'

|:hopes and most worthy ambition. Wet within four hours of each other. silently, patiently outside. Iti the. body hands Wag its tenderly last lowered by loving in pastoral and twenty evangelistic experience workin county, Ga. He has no jhildreu
to resting'T1IREI
loss meantime the entire local battalion of I and neighbors! say that they: hired
f recognize in his death a serious to They were very old and were devoted to several states. Griffin, Ga., is now happily

'f,: ". VMif h.\1nvp.d-- nffttft. Regardless of cersonal each other and it seemed a blessing.. that the national guard, consisting cf Companies I I VOLLEYS FIKED. his permanent home and has been for together. He is aboat :JO: rekrs old,

{ i tiaillgn ts we deplore they could both go at the same time. i A, B, D and F, nuder comwand I III With the sinking of the sun behind several years. In the twejrty years' six feet tall, weighs about 1'JO pc .!cds, is f' ,...

unknown of :MnJor:5.:: C. Harrisoa, Jr., had f...rmedon the western horizon a brunette and was clean! when' '
t a untimely call to the great a firing squad from shavtfi :
tJi C. T. U. met Tuesday at the I I work for thMaster,especially his evangelistic ,

:; ,.;',& bow injorrow and sympathy with borne of Mrs. Margaret Lewis. There II Forsyth street at Market, Company B, the Dixie Guards, commanded work, has proven his adapta- last seen in Starke. t? :. !;, :

all who admired his good character and a position in front of the Ocean street :I by Capt. W. S. Sweeney fired ?v*--4;: .,
c f was a large attendance and.a, good dIal bility to this special line of work. He C1BCUIT COURT!! JL'HCSl ;; '.
r; life and worthy aims and of business attended toA programwas entrance of the church 10 await the ai- ; three volleys ucross the newly made is thoroughly acquainted with the one :

; 'F The following. resolution was also arranged for a public meeting to be rival of the body. \!!I grave, and while their tchaes; were still. book, the Bible, and has the happy tact Summoned!] For"frit Term Be lnDIDa!

passed: held next Sunday night for the benefitof CORTEGE ARRIVES. I I I, reverberating through the gathering of presenting it wihout offense. His Monday Octcner 24tX .
Drawn up in battalion front, with the dusk, a trumpeter from thd same command ,
; ** "Resolved, That we the board ofcounty the public and especially the honorary powers of exhortation are unusual and
j head of tin column resting at the intersection !!! stepped in position and the laint- The fall term of the circuir nrt fcrBradford
t t commissioners, take this method members. We hope there will be a his social qualities are rarely excelled.
of Ocean and Monroe, the troops ive notes of taps soared and lingered on county will! convene vs Starle
and good attendance. We have The meeting will continue for weekat
expressing our appreciation now a membership a
\ Tpt
were brought to tho present arms as the the evening air. :Monlay. tobf.r 21th. The fiI1owjcgnamed
J: l.. thanks for Mr. Carlyle Peek's careful of 30 and others have expresseda least and everybody is invited and cir.zens of the county have teen

t and efficient construction of the county desire to join. A report from Mrs. H. should take advantage of this opportunity summoned for
as-jnrors the
1 jaU. J. Leverett, of Worthington, say the Good Argument lor Prohibition.: I 8, own-SaYl to hear this noted evangelist. AdoSphus! Conner, C. L. Fr :jck: ', O.

.- Warrants in payment of .bills were first meeting held there was quite a suc Rev. (?) J. Ellis Blanton, anothfr Friends of Miss Nellie B. Sayles, the I CHURdSfAX.- W. Thomas, R. M. Cahon, W.| R. Hai

1 f drawn oa the different funds as follows: i cess. We know that if only a few oftb.9 prt>.acher.advocate of the bar-room, says I. well known and popular milliner, will Registration Books to Close. slop J.''V. Eddy Jos. A. Dd tJaSl'] L. ;
departments of work! doce I
f and 3 13S 50 by this that the amendment will deprive be surprised D. Register J. W.
': !: .Pauper : adopting to that she is now The registration books for Bradford Hall J. W. Jones T.

4 r "Generalfnnd. f 1071 07 society but are put beneficial into practice they cannot the roar man of his "licker." I Mrs. P. E. Brown, the interesting cere- county will be closed Saturday, October T. Blackburn, Jasper Brown, F. M. t t
.:: 4 Bridgelund 956 91 does for righteousness prove in, standing as it. Amen! We think this is good prohibi- '!,, mony that made the change having taken 8th, and alLdeputr registration officers Crews, J. A. Branning O. W. Hicks J. -

>r' Fine and forfeiture fund 219 S6 of work and every department tion doctrine. Let the poor man take place at Fulton, N. Y.x while she was have been instructed to forward their O. Adkine, W. O. Cason J H. Jones, J. fl

., ;: Building' .fund 8599 71 government. the money he drinks and buy clothes, visiting relatives at her old home duringthe books at once to W. A. Crosby county J. Rigdon J. O. Hoover, E. L. Crews" '*

Mrt. Mary Alcocks, an elderly ladyof shoes and food for his family. Of all past summer.The marriage was R. L. Gallimore Jesse Thom A. M. l .
Total '1Ol5 55 registration in order that they .
} Ward City died Tuesday at the homeof wish to see protected the the J. S. r .
the citizens we culmination of a courtship begun in Darby, Howard S. S. Ktjigbt
first be here for the of the W. I
: adjourned till the may use county
The Aboard November.. .. .. her nephew Albert Surrency, near poor comes fi/st with us. We feel for I the school days of the principals.Mr. commissioners on Wednesday October! R. Whitehead, B. E. Hall P. 1[. Padgett I!

.Monday;C: W. T. WEEK here. A large concourse of relativesand them, pray for them and expect to vote Brown is an employe of the New 11th, when they will meet to make their J. M. Prescott. T. C. Crawford, E. f '
friends followed her remains to De- In.a that will help them most. revision. L. Gnffis, Wallace t .
Cltrk. way York Central railway and the owner of Crews Joseph Phillips .
: .', dan cemetery Wednesday, where Rev. Many a child goes'without warm clothes valuable farm near Fulton.! He Persons who are qualified to register B. J. Alderman Geo. E. D7a1. I -. t.

Gel\ Six'Heaths (lot Stealing Grady, of LaCrosse'; conducted the funeral and good food, and many a poor woman mained there to put his affairs in order re-I but have not yet done so, should attendto ;

exercises, which were very impressive. has the heart crushed out of her by the the matter at once. Picnic al Starke. ; '
stole shotgun
Charley Jordan colored, a j but will come to Starke some time with- j
We extend our sympathy to drink devil. Let us all vote for the poor< There will be a picnic at StaJke Octo t
in the I I
from W. J. Jones, at Sampson City next few months and they will (;brlstiaillJIorcb.I
her bereaved.brothers and sisters, the man's wife and ber 21st. Good Ipeaken a 'band to
for f
and !
jeaf 'then absconded. m n. poor make their home here. 'services I
of ibi Mrs.
; \ Brown
ia January: q. children.! -Florida Christian Advocate. Preaching every second and. furnish music, plenty otv duexr and 5'
Const ableJMallory Jones kept a lookout will continue in business in Starke. fourth Sunday. good time in general is promjsied those -
EpIcopa1Vburi'Sanday T
Ah for.him, however, and at last. locate 1 Methodist (CtiurcQ; Directory. Dnricg her residence in Starke Mrs. Sunday school every Sunday morning who attend. Let everybody: > cone. We .
"which place he October 2 1910 19th at 10 o'clock.Prayer hope to have attendance from jail parts .
; him DfLand from ,
Snnlaycbool9SOa. m. : Brown has made a host of friends whose meeting and Bible study every of the county and all are welcome. .
brought Jordan last week. The prisoner after Trinity. and best wishes she and .
Preaching 11 a. m. 'Z:30p. m. Mr. Brown will Thursday at 7 o'clock. I-. '

- ". was tried before Justice Sweat Sunday School 9:30. Epworth League 8:30 o'clock p. m. have. / All are cordially invited, and mem-. :;LdTe5tthurcII.: I S. :

. ,JTcund guilty,and sentenced: :to tax \Morningprayer 11:00 / Prayer meeting. Wednesday 7:30p. m. ten are requested to be present. Services at iVal mAnd" 7p.m.<( ;.-.' '\

months in the chaingang. Evening prayer 7:30. E. J. GATES, Pastor. Gents furnishings at Leviton'6. L. A. CuxwxGHAM, Pastor. I Sunday school at 10 a; m. {;

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Senator Elect Dies After a Efforts, 'to ROB Down (os Angeles Republicans and Democrats 'of f l 1 q J J

i:': i ,:f Short Illness. Dynamiters. New York. ; :;E! 0 LVVV;; i : _

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: Just. ,,is.. .Former. -Governor. Was. Being California City I Is UjHn.Arnrti! I Becauseof Democrats In Remarkable Convention : We try to conduct our store so that whenever_you n..1t _, ; 'hoc nessae

..'- i. Plated, -on Operating Table at*Jacksonville the Outrage Perpetrated at the Name John A. Dix, and Republican any sick room, bath, toilet or household drnftg or a PP1tanCour I

Sanitarium, the End Came. TImes Building In Which Many Employees Select Henry L. Stimson as Candidates 4 ,' I Ia name will instantly come to mind.i 'Letj_ 1. us 'emphast'

!t Napoleon Bonaparte Browurd, aged Perished. for Governor of the StateA I that- "r ?! : pas
BS, tb* choice of tire democrats to .. the
.." Under stimulus of proffered rewards state convention that wlrt; go ... -
ucceed James P. Taliaferro United see
States senator, died a few as seconds aggregating 1100,000, hundredsof down in political bigtury "I one of Our stocks are,,right., ,k J j for
'. policemen and private citizens: atLas remarkable in the V
the molt 1dstury'o1the Our goods
alter being :placed on the operating are right. <> 60,
Angeles, Cat, and in all coast democratic party closed at Rochester '
i table of a local sanitarium at Jack Our Bur
', i cities are searcJilng for clews that N. Y., by nominating John A. OTx. prices are right.: -
!s son*Hie
.Ie shortly after noon Friday f eel::
j 1 OptoberI.: may lead to the arrest of the conspirators chairman of the party's state committee t .; Our service is right. '!

responsible the blowing and wealthy Washington count qui
'p The Immediate a I U)
cause of his death
f. up of the Times tnjlldlng last Bat business man, to run on .% progressive ]1
{ was gall stones with complications, Satisfaction to our customers if one of the moil
i UT'ay, and the attempted destruction platform of the widest type. important things tliat(::Val Serthe,
: : and death occurred the carry in 8t< as doctors every ves
. i. 0: the homes of General Harrison The platform, framed to cover the 4 ,
tr >ll carries with it a large 'package cf atitfactioa. .
:. 1 1t Gray Otis and F. J. 2eehandetear, sea l&sucs which democratic leaden r cut

; \ retary' of the Merchants and Manufac believe were inadequately met by the tat I

-. ..: ., turers' Association. republican convention at Saratoga, crtthi)

Great Rewards Offered. .. :
I1V$1tf gained no less attention and approvaltitan ----- -- k
I 1 I.f Police and civil officials believe thai the candidate. pri at least three men were concerned In Regarding the platform there WOK PANIC ON CROWDED CAR. __ xc oar

: the outrage which cost the lives or from the first little or no division of
: more than a score of Times employees opinion. Mysterious Murder Occurs on New
.', and the city has placed a priceof York Subway Express. DRUG;

10,000 upon the head of each. An express train on the subway was" .I"
The republican state convention at all
1j The county voted an additional re- the scene of a mysterious murder at
i Saratoga, N. Y., nominated Henry L.
t ward of $5,000 for every man capturedand New York city. A well dressed man I ain
i : : Stimson of New York as Its candidate 0 ; .1 Hi
convicted, and, on top of all, apparently returning from the theater
>> for governor The nomination of CO.
: members of the Merchants and Manu was the victim. There was nothing tat:
Mr Stimson was one more victory for
facturers' Association decided to offer on his person to Identify him. $ht
; I Ii Colonel Roosevelt, who personally led
i< :3 a reward of 50000. His assailant, according to the police tb
I the fight for the nomination of his
j.." x Upon the presumption that at least completing was Charles Wright, of Elizabeth,
... + candidate the unbroken series anmr
'< wee men were responsible for tfao i I the tho N. J., who was arrested by a subway .
; of triumphs from moment
r, mnI explosion, the combined jotters, of re- convention was called to order until watchman. t

r ward thus far approximates 100000. According to bystanders, the two 'r.
I its final adjournment.The ne
r, r men stood near each other in I I
Entire City Aroused. a
r remainder of the ticket follows: MONEY LOANED tit
The entire city has been thoroughlyaroused. Lieutenant governor, Edward Schoe- crowded car. They did not appear to i Wi

One newspaper that his be acquainted but suddenly it was no-

.., \, 0 ben friendly to union Tabor printed neck.For secretary of state Samuel 3. Heed that they were having a violent o N R EA LJE jtifE a'ro.

1 a first page editorial demanding that Kocolg. renominated. quarrel about something. Then camea

I : I, in view of the strictures directed at pistol shot and the younger man
For state comptroller.James Thompson.
.r' I t; I i the unions in connection with the exBloslon. fell to the floor mortally wounded. LONG TIME EASY PAYMENTS 8,,{

." .. the strikes now on be called Thomas F. Ten There was a panic b the crow: 'e'1 ... # --- Tr
j I For .tate treasurer.
.,: I, off.- car. Women in gay theater attire for miormauon Write i' .
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t ; -,, -- I For state engineer, Frank M. WllUscin made for the doors. Several meu THE: JACKSON LOAN &TRUST COMPANY t
grabbed Wright who 'I
,. EAPOLEQH BRQWilD I I renominated. struggled with 1 "c
: ; NEW BALES. of Jackson Mississippi. ?
them. By that time 1 *
the train had be1gun
} !, 1 were preparing their',8ugical lnstru-j ........,..-. For attorney general Edward! E. ; fo
to slow down at the 14th street
;, i" ." dints He had been ill for weeks, A
subway watchman took I
c,. and Wednesday It was seen that his for September.The For associate jndge of the coart of nc
'I' charge of Wright as the doors ,i or -
chances of recovery were aught I[ census bureau at Washington appeals. Irving G. Vann. renomlnateu.SUBHY He swung I H. pi
open. denied all knowledge of the
.. !, For four rears Mr. Broward was has issued the following cotton ginning hooting. 1'.

\, governor of Florida and during that report for the month ending I' i ; 12

: .' \'.1': : .. r time commenced the draining of tile September 25, as compared with statistics JIM SATISFIED.VisePresident Job Neatl I m
Printing $ Done.
. ,G. Errrglades, which, when completed, for the corresponding periodof MANY SAILORS
will! probably be the greatest single 1801, 1908 and 1907.I Talk of Work of Roos 8e,

i undertaking in Florida's history. I For 1910, ZS02.21T fealea, eountlDc evelt's Steam Roller, I I :.

After' serving his term 'as governor, ronnt as half bales, tinned from the Vice-President James 8. Sherman LOSEJHEIR LIVES 'l'pi

,. :, Mr. Broward was defeated for United (growth of 1910 to September SI, as hi speaking of the New York state piJ

,. Elates senator by Duncan U. Fletcher, i iwhldi compared with 2,648,180 for ttOt ootrrention said:

.. ... by the way, was his only defeat 2,590.630 for 1908 and 1.532,603 for "I am entirely content with the reI I I Perish 'f 0ti
Forty by Capsizing of
uTt of the Saratoga convention. The
",,. in politics. In June; of this year : r

.. a.. he defeated James P. Taliaferro at the 1907.Round bales included this year tie platform is exceptionally clear and r b

.. ".'. democratic primaries for United !37.757, compared with 48.070 for 19M I forceful, save only in reference to direct a Crowded Barge. h

," ,.. Y;';',1." ; '/ ,fy. Staten. isanator by a large majority I 87,107 for 1908, and 43.J69 for l' -7. nominations. In that regard It t1f
-I, ;:,.r; rw .n'fu stronge'st Sea 1910 nAds xplanatlon of its meaning and
r. ;, -; regarded as the political Is'and cotton 7,112. for ,
r> -: ,.,;:'j:;,., ,,' factor In the ctaie.An 13.832 for 1909, 11,457 for 190S and explanations will differ. I preferred GEORGIAN AMONG NUMBER (CO-EDUCATIONAL) E h

,'. ."':.,r"? '..,.. ,... ample, of tM'M 1ft. '* C59 for 1907. tile' minority plank which was clear I"I LAKE CITY, FLA.HENRY T BBLE.B.A..D.D. 'It
lie w and unequivocal in declaration. ddeot<<: ,
t good example of the self-
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.. Large Barge Filled With Jacklcs Returning 41k
The ticket named is excellent. Of
:, ..!/, mado'Dan of ,America. Early in the GIRL FANATIC'S DEATH. Population of city 7,000. No saloons. Healthiest .city,tJnited:

.v:.:..", .I : ceientlea he lost'his father and moth coarse dominated the by convention one was and absolutely its to the Battleship New States. Only 7 per thousand death rate in.last, 20 ,Ceara 1 ., Highest _

;a. er, and It Is said, was forced to start man every Hampshire From Shore .Leave Cap- altitude of city in Florida. Beautiful .
any paved .
Saturated Bible Leaves and Paper In action was taken at his bidding. That : streets.: College: fl .
1' : to work as a tugboat cook and roustabout sized In New York Harbor. property worth 400000. Ten fine h
'' 011 and Knelt In Fire. i I however, I regard as proceedure and buildings on beautifully adorned
:;;::. : ,. _. .S He worked In this e pae1ty. Kneeling in the midst of a bonfire'. not basic. I shall, of course, support There was given out from the battleship and laid-out 35-acre campus. 320-acre college farm;&lly equipped, 1-

f ,F ; practically Illiterate, for several.years, which1 she had made of pages of religious thQ ticket nominated." New Hampshire Sunday list adjoining. Academic, Normal, Commercial,: Collej ite, Art and f

..t, anG was in turn employed as seaman, books and magazines and sat- : of twenty-nine men %/ho were supposed a Music departments as complete as if they were Be institutions. > .t
pilot and captain of small craft on urated with coal oil with her own Diplomas issued on completion of course in each
hare 4epjjrtment. Curriculum 'V
to perished by the
; the St. Johns river, until he purchased WEALTHY FARMER SLAIN. swampingof
hands Mamie 13
a third Interest In the famous filibustering McCarthy, years olO, a barge or whaleboat which was being in each department as high as any in. the latjd. Board and, s
S slowly burned to death In the rear towed to the vessel at anchor in tuition very reasonable. Students as low as 6th bade admitted. 1
v tug Three .Friends. Aa Spellers Believed to Have Been Assaulted
of her home at St. Louis
''r while she the Hudson river Saturday Positions secured for all competent and worthy. who .i
night. stndtpts want
,? ; commander of the craft he made four prayed. She died at the city hospital' Near Butler, Ga. Ap-
: T expeditions to Cuba, once landing in an hour later. Believed to have been dragged from pended to the list are the names of them t t 1t
: L the harbor of Havana despite the I eleven men who are still absent bat For terms addreSS !
The girl's action was a sudden in {, hb invalid be.l and assassinated by t

Gpanish fleet spiration. She apparently had waited.. an unknown party, the body of J. Spur' who were not recognized ,as having WILL J. CONNOR Business !
been in the
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of swamped boat.
r He was. elected sheriff Duval until an unguarded moment to carry neon ti;oiler:, a wealthy farmer who 1

k + .'. cernty and served two terms. Afterwards out her fanatical act. ne Bible, ,i' had been In -111 health! for S'VTal The generally accepted version o/ .1.3m i 1
,. ., he was elected state legislator azines and papers with which magI she I years. \"stin I "n 'il-- front porn" the cause of the catastrophe was that III : I .,

s r r'1' awl VDver""r. made the fire were taken from a center -.,'at hi* Notre near Butler, Ga. His the barge heavily loaded with sailors r

.W'S; ..r :' The cabinet of Governor Gilchr'st 1 table in the living room whe"q throatvsf- .-ut from ear to er, and and marines returning from shore 1

L of met and passed eulogistic resolutions she had been sewing. I there \\f'J'P '1 iae l Vnifo wounds on his I leave was towed Into the heavy wells r .

.:' t:.;K when news of former Governor Brow- body any n'" which; : would have caused of a passing steamboat Rising foe ,
arfl's death was learned. death. a moment like a cork, the barge then !,

', I GIRL BURIED IN GULF. I Mr. Si.elles'tTeath was at first be- plunged Into the trough between two Warren Detrt-3O; S ,r
vr.:o; j A 7 tr Brig Plant for Pensacola. :
!, lieved to haw been suicide but a cor- waves one of which broke over the ,
+:: ; ''r,. Architects Miss Miller. Who Lost Life i it
'" in the employ of the at Tallulah I I oner's jur> :ester returned a verdict side and swamped It. j < .
t : Florence Wagon Works, of Florence. Falls, Burled at Sea. I Standard From Tires
: I that he bad met death at the handsof Instantly the choppy water became. to Spark! Plugs. (
-It' A.. have begun the work of In conformity with a perents'
: preparing promise an unkno'pnrt: \". The police have dotted wth! stripling, shouting men. : I SJ .
:. '. ; ; plans and specifications pf the that in event of her death shs; '
j] clue to his
no assassin. Intermingled with!
: floratlng package! ;;;, >
buildings that will be erected on the should be buried at sea. a casket containing I
"'t Mr. Ppeiiev! whn suitcases
'I j was !said to have and personal belonging: ,
}: :;.: ,(. \ cite purchased by the company for itsp'ant the body of Miss Marjorie: acquired; considerable money, had been that the men wore taking hack to thf : r I ,d
F ." which is to be Miller was conveyed down ;
: moved to Pensa- the MIISSI9- I invalid for
an nearly a year, following ship. The whittle of tha little steam ,i:
: .oH Fla. The architects will slppl river, and heavily weighted "
conclude s'an' attack i
j of pneumonia, which had launch tha was towing:: the barge rent ,!
:: ni. :" ..: their work within the next,thirty consigned to the waters of the gulf ..
destroyed ,
I one lung. He had been confined the air with sharp calls for assist
:",.' "I .f days when contracts will be awarded says a New Orleans dispatch.She to his bed since that time. ance. I

.' ;' ed for the buildings which are to be was drowned August 29 in tile The ] .
police believe
I that an unknown Few beats vere In the vicinity how- I
it> <.t ..,: '.. erected end ready for occupancy before Tallulah river, near Tallulah Falls ,
party entered his room and eve''. for the river I
dragged was
.. to the front in white ,
: ':% : > ?':*' S. ,plant will be moved to Pensacola. The friends. where porch, cass 'jp by the strong I
. was
; assassinated. w hid. What few there
, -'.-' P' '-I :'" company secured an excellent site fore Announcement of her funeral was were put quickly I

) .. "-'';.. the big works nprth of the city, and made by her family, who said that the across the 200) yards that separatedthe I J

: =* : the plant will be enlarged to ax great bunal at sea had been attended: only FIRE AT 6ULFPORT.Postoffiee distressed craft and the shore. Runabout and Roadster $l, 200

',' ;r.$. <] .' ;:: '" extent, and will, employ about 400 by the simplest ceremony. Many: of the sailors and marines were ,
,.. pu'led aboard these boats; others held Demi-Tonneau, $1,300 Touring t Carr $1,325
: tr. -.I: i.' persons regularly, and have an out. Hotels, Theaters, Business "I

;! .g .' f:, '_ :" put of about 1.500 wagons monthly. I JOKE PROVED FATAL Houses and Other Buildings Burn. tightly others, unequal ta the swamped to tbe battle barge.with SU the.1 Torpedo and Fore Door, $1500k

Js: Bear Killed In Swamp. I, An entire business block at 'Gulf- heavy waves and tide, Coated upstream Coupe, $1,750 l
,;- ; ', A successful bear hunt was held in Women Jumped From Street CarI port, Miss., was destroyed by 'fire F.-i- and disappeared. -4
-r When Someone Cried ..FI...." day. The flames originated in tbeI Double ignition Iy.ttm. &ech hltth 1601i.u lira rfeto. Gas and
. : ; .. Cedar swamp. A party of men with {i*I ,
: ', -]:,'. .; ; the aid of Robert Tnrner and Charlie As a result of an alleged practical 1 I Commercial, hotel at 1:10 o'clock, and oU lamps. }tour cyUndera Engine can ez.. DJOt'. '! 30 horae- '
S :"" I Brcnrn' ot H oro, and their faaous Joke, Was Emma Ball, aged II, cashier rapidly spread In tbe block on tSth SOME CENSUS FIGURES.i power. 84la. x 3J.t in. and 34 ln. x 4 m. ; 110( .in., wheel
,, i, ,, t. 55 ,
:. : of a local department avenue, btween 13th and 16th street II I- base. Three speeds forward and !
0.,:": : ,j. bur docs, Rover, Nigger and Dave, store, is i J'Elftfll8. ,l lYon ,
.f. :' lad and Mrs. John: Ouetsford wife The origin of the fire II unknown Richmond Va.,' Rome Ga. Blr.
a rtf' succeeded, after a hard Chase of shun end
t can
more can'
) and no estimate of the I lots be pay you gee more for ur m() t'Y.
of railway fireman can
die. Tfe.
twe hours ia killing of may
) one the largest y mlngham Ala., Show Increases. You can less, bnt think of
given pay the
at this re bila.
time though It will
-1' ,EI ever that were riding on an East U&Une and run
; .i bears teen In part of the high Census figures for Rome, Ga.. made AGENTS WANTED. :
': <....... :: -" 200 Waterlown interurban oar when the
:: i state weighing over pounds. I 1 Included public by the bureau at Washingtongive :
in the burned
fuss IwrBeA oat and fa! On dat&acsi block are
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,f.f'br { License Laws Amended. an Mkaown man )yelled "ears os the postofflce two hotels two theaters U31 that in 12,098 at compared with G. ALISON, DEALER Mica 5 opy f Fla. -

:.. Tre city council of Tampa. la special ore Jump several business bouses and a '

g. '" k. cession, passtfi am ordinance Tee two women Jumped f5i the. number of frame buildings It is The copulation of Birmingham, Ala, 9-23-5t ,

: :' r' ameDdl, I.tbe license laws of the city. : tar before It stopped Hiss BaH 41n learned the Ore started in a barber to 131,689. an Increase of 1U70. er :
141.4 cent over ....U Ja IK*. -
shop and the oaus Is unksown. per
.f "! The cit&xes made were of minor boportanee. thf war to the hospital The
.\ '. + The most radical InerasM''. poatoffice 1$ an old building and the Census figures for Blehmoad, Va,. j s I

,. p .- fortaae'' I!I I gn-"rniEnt was only using the build- live that city a population of UT 831
;: was the license tec Charged I r'.
h' ' k.' '' tellers, clairvoyant! tad jolmicte. who I Mrs. Russell gage has Just eelebrat lug temporarily, intending to move This 1s an Increase fit 48.WI, of'V4.lpet : The Telegraph JOB P )INTERY

4", r"f' will be caarga fSSO in fee ftttr aaIncretM 1 *d her. fwd 'birthday 'at her home IB I i into the new building within a month cent over 1000. visa dts ttVa i rh

,....renee.: N. J. No fatalities! are reported. pooulatloa ... uo>3, to do Job Printin '

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.- .. "I Kills I the lurid's Best. Bpac&lg I lie Top ,I forcd 10 .Leave Bom. "...
I A merciless ner..made'a salve, oint id any calling of life, demand a rigor
Everyyear a large number fof poor
41 x 'I.: IV'E'Sir ATE ,NEWS with to with Bucklen'a r9nfferers
: many compare oas body and a keen br. n. Without whose '
lungs are sore1 racked ,

tfevr Life Pills : It's the one perfect heal. health there is '
no success. But Electric '
.' ...... with oougbJ'are urged to 'jta to an-
I.' ""r Burns
gently Bruises Sores
a 'j; '- T Bitten is the greatest Health Builder other climate
'': Ii.' !;*;"," "-l; S' and bowels, '. Ulcers.. Eczema... Salt the world baa ever_ n known.___ ____ _It_ compels always Burn.; but Thr Ibis'.is A.cortfyiand hrnfr '.AY. not 44
9TM :i y Things' That: Are Happening IntFiorida as Told by that invites Sore Eyes, Cold Sores: perfect action of stomach,liter,kidneys I Let Dr.w King's----' New-----Discovery- -- I.(tare'-oIw _
: ) potion, or Sprains it's supreme.. bowels, purifies and'enriches the you
I blood at homo. "It cured' me of long.doable "
I' .Our Exchanges. 25o at all Piles. Only 25c at all tones and invigorates the whole ,
j.; : If system I writes W. R. Nelson,of CalamJtfe,Ark.. .
.. J I and enables to stand the wear and "when all else ,failed, and I gained 47
s. r- 0." t- '" I 2ct H..n tear of daily work. "After monthsof
? .. your pounds in weight. King
r .1 f' :J. F. Easterling, who was shot from Gainesville city council has placed a : A crlfkot! *I lab Rows. ."i: suffering from Kidney Trouble" of all cough and lung I..l1IreIYI.f.cures., Thou..
for the ut of'its writes W. M.Sherman, Gushing, Me., sands owe their lives and bealtSi to is. -
$1,000 tax the sale of near beer.
,'Iif ambush while he was entering a cigar upon contains what to 'three bottles of Electric Bitters made
f .. I structor mas : I It's positively guaranteed for Coughs,
I factory in West Tampa where be was Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wright, St. Cloud I: eutl.r cue; esg of narrowest street in the I; me feel like a new man." oOc at all Colds, LaGnppe. Asthma, up-all

book-keeper two weeks ago, died Wed. colonists who had married in the north up with a as Kitty Witches row. druggists.\ Throat and Lung troubles. SQbland$1.

, .. .., Miescay night. less than two months ago and came immediately some youth had width is fifty-sis: Kitchener's Mistake.It Trial bottle freest. all druggists] ,

. .'tt'.: It. is claimed that more watermelon to St. Cloud, were drownedin "What! : i entrance would seriously was during the Boer war, at The Educated Chinaman; .

t t teed were grown in Jefferson county theisP East Lake Monday of last week while struetcr. "You a stout person trying to Vredefort Road Station that Lord To- the ordinary Chinaman oije talks i

; .past season than in any other county in out for a swim.A let a youth knock it Twenty-nine inches Kitchener started fitting out extempore pigeon English, but it la noc always

e'o ik.: the country. One of our prominent new ditching machine now being Why didn't you" I wall is'all the room that mounted Infantry columns. He possible to know who Is an 'ordinary

''. seedsmen filled an order some years ago used in draining the Everglades near Ft "I couldn't. In this part of the queer determined to equip and send them Chinaman. I was once in Shanghai

a for, the United States government for Lauderdale is said to dig nine feet a min "Nonsense! Into the field at once. He went to and saw two English sailors who ; '
, ": to is a quaint old town con- wanted to be directed
to tb
the waiting room to look for officers $ quay. .,
The business has ditch
60,000 I ipounds. as- ute through muck land in a 4 1-4 .
{ 1 successfully streets like Kitty Witches. One of them said "Here that "'
ask old
i V", ".' famed larger proportions!, with Monti- feet deep and 2 feet wide. The machine he gripped you." | all called rows and are and He found a single and man In occupation. chink walking along there." I So the
was smart well dressed and
\ cello as dettributiog point and bead. weighs 13 tons. "I'm sorry to than convenient A ,
pleased Lord K.'s critical "You other went up to a stately (looking '
,' quarters.M. I Vhe Kissimmee city council has passed anywhere. He I forty-seven of these nar- will command a corps of mounted Infantry Chinaman and said "HI. Johnnie, you -'
head from J
S. Knight, state president of the' an ordinance requiring the wagons retailing London a a length of over seven I have just raised" said the tellee me chop-chop which v&y velly

Sea Island Cotton Association, warns ice to be provided with scales are to be found In the general. "Very good. sir. What will good water Is?" The Chlnamai stared ,

f- ;;.. the people against, the report ,being cir and every piece sold to be weighed in little Advertiser. my duties bar "Don't you know your at him In cold scorn. '"Jt."! ie said .

+ culated by the bear interests that 32 cts. the presence of the buyer. Now, somebody flesh Any in duties?" "My own-yes, sir." 'Whendon't .I "yon will speak to me in proffer, : English y'
occurring its activity at times and I will MalL i.-
? .. is the maximum price, owing to a large has evidently been doubting the not promptly HERBINE is an effective argue. What Is your regiment?* answer you.N-Lon. j i',n

.. crop.. The,fact Is as Mr. Knight says, honesty of the ice man. sore and is It also purifies the "Master tailor, sir." Kitchener left The Chinaman's Dretv

1. that the crop, is email and the proper Jos. Gurley, a private musician attached BALLARD'S when such digestion and re- hurriedly.-London TitBits.A Those who understand thet subject

r price will run pearly to 42 cents, and 50 to the Fort Dade post, was jailedat once wound heals 50c., vigor Sold and by Mitchell's cheerful dry: hacking cough is hard on the have to admit: that when it jcomes to 4

cents is what it should be. Tampa last week for enticing an unmarried away with the Fla. lungs, often causing them to bleed. the question of rational dres4Jthe( Chi

A swim from Patricio island to Pnnta female from her home. He bad Price 25o, 50c and BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP naman has'very much the bat of It.
Mitchell's Drug is a healing balm that quickly repairs
Gorda is not a small. feat, and when accomplished married 15 year old Margaret Mier by Little! Else. damage in the lungs and air passages.; American clothes are not math$ for the t.4

.4vt by an ordinary cur dog, is testifying she was 18 and showing a Dance named Else rath Price 25c, 500 and$1 per bottle. Sold performance of much stooping or do- .I

all the more of a remarkable nature, forged letter of consent from the girl's A student of in his stature and not by Mitchell's Drug; Store Starke, Fla. mestic gymnastics, but the Chinaman '

since shaiks, frequently prey upon dogs. mother. describes respectable in his charac- In his loose, easy fitting clothes 1* as
Like Father Like Son.
He left at the fish on the JekylL "Sir said be free to stoop, jump ran or turn hand ,
was camp During an electric storm near Wade, in which the When he asked for his bill at the ,
island afternoon his master and have called me a pettifog springs as a email boy in bathing. Ina
one by I last week a oolorei: woman was killed on the celling corner drug store he was amazed to
the next a'ternoon be' here. It is eL Have yon done so. Chinese suit of clothe you can lid
was lightning and a boy who had hold of "In see after every Item of cigars an itemof
thought that the dog became lonesomeand certain down and sleep with the name: amount 1
her apron was badly stunned. They other candy a peppermint that
Tyrolese Jekyll,.with a look of con of comfort that stand and
t undertook the swim in search of his were in a little house crowded with peapie a particular said came in glass Jara Bcd was sold by the yon can I up
you were a pet walk.
master.Punta Gorda Herald. who had taken refuge .out of the the writer, "the scoundrel, but I said you druggist., 1i J tr

C. W. Gilder an irraacible cuss living storm. of her swain's Else.' "-Westminster Qa- "How's this? he queried. "Who'sbeen Lame back may come from overwork a
charging candy to me with such cold settled in the muscles of the
Miami who has been arrested five catches hold of
( pear A 200 pound bear was killed in Cedar 4
hoists him in persistent reb"Ularlty1""Your I back, or from disease. In the'two form*
times within the past two months for I swamp near Jacksonville, by a party of up little boy." the druggist re-; er cases the right remedy BAL-
', wife beating and cruelty to animals, has hunters last week and it is said to have helps by jerking Felt Hungry. plied. "He saw you charging cigars, LARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It

at a fast got six months on the countyroads been one of the largest bears ever seen she lifts and Clarence dear the sit nrt hA took the tip and charged a jar nf.... I should be rubbed in thoroughly over the
regardless of his wife's pleadings. in that part of the state. One killed on her quite as rosy as it was candy each time. I thought. he had affected part the relief will be prompt 1 ,
ceiling of the low before is
marriage, Its and satisfactory. Price 25o. boo and $1
t In an effort to break the strike of the' near Fort Pierce recently weighed 450 the: music and all together so, love. your permission. per bottle. Sold by Mitchell's, Drug

3,000) or mpre union cigar makers in pounds and had three cubs, all of which around on the er-I wish He-What "Precocious youth, remarked the Store, Starke, Fla. .,
; father of the child-"at five to learn ,_ 1 _._ _._ __ ,
which dances dearest I wish
? She
Tampa, has been in progress more were slaughtered.John are we -
lessons so well as that 1 see m have OntheVerg.j
than two months, the Antuone factory Zill, a prominent farmer of Del- I and the old shoes they to be a little more careful I how I set A woman and her daughter wore at !*

was' thrown open last Thursday under ray has some splendid broom corn growing II I Hoarseness in a we were married. him examples."-New York Press.OhamberWn's sea during rough weather. After a silence

"open shop" conditions. None of the on his land west of town. The corn is a sure of some time the mother asked .

former. employes applied for work. It ischarged has good long straw and will compare the disease. If Lumped It. Cough Remedy has be- "Are you seasick dear?"
that threats 1 of violence deters favorably with the best anywhere. the Remedy is given is not quite sweet come famous for its cures of coughs, "No. I think not" replied the daughter
grown croupy cough be. I colds, croup and influenza. Try it when "but I'd hate to .aWiJ..Lad1et ;
.union from
\, no cigar makers seeking There is about an acre of it, planted on prevent the don't like it, I suppose I in need. It contains no harmful sub- Home Journal. P; G .'
places in the open shop factories here.- land that had produced a tomato crop Sold by all lump it," said she, with : stance and always gives prompt relief. s

.Tampa Times.L. and the corn had not been fertilized. the loaf sugar his Sold by all dealers.A Heartburn, Indigestion or distress of .

Gallagher who was in the employ This test shows that the lands in this His I Famous Rocking Stone. HERBINE.the stomach It is forces instantly the badly relieved digested by '

ment of the Cable Piano Co., of Jacksonville section will produce a luxuriant growthof The twists and The rocking stone of Tandil Is a food out of the body act restores H

was drowned in the surf on this corn three tons to the acre, it is ing horse dealers For' the Future natural curiosity in the Argentine Republic tone in the stomach and bowels. Price

Sunday at Daytona Beach about 4:30.The estimated. Considering that this corn bad bargains are treet"I" you named the baby i perhaps Jhe largest in the 500. Sold by' Mitchell's Ding; Store, '

I tragedy, oocured near the end of the will bring as high as |240 per ton, it is incident -No' ; we must be very world-three miles from Tandil a Starke, Na. J I

pier and in fall view of a crowd' at theCasino. easily seen that this crop will prove a place recently at him a nice one, be- small village, which may be reachedby Observant j ', '

From the account in the T-U. profitable one.-Tropical Sun. Broad street will be so many named railway 250 miles south of Buenos Little Boy-Mummy, dear,i why can't.
Aires. The .
giant, mushroom
we gatber that Mr. Gallagher went tothei settler bad be is president shaped I stay UD till it 'gets late! ,
silstahoe of'anotbeir member of the The recent robbery'of the Waldo post- defective horse quartz bowlder stands upon the sum- Mother-That wouldn't dojat all my
office has turned out to be of the The I mit of some picturesque bills perhapsa I
bathing party who had gotten beyondhis a case new owner Did He Mean? thousand feet In It dear. You'd wake up so csoss in the t
height. weighsover
postmistress simply being short in her horse a few morning. |, !
there's in
see a man
depth,became exhausted, himself and 700 tons and rocks In the wind ,
accounts and the the office and angrily 'ex Little -Does dad F '
I reported as has murdered three of his Boy (thoughtfully)
though his rescuft.wu.attempted the efforts and may be made to crack a walnut .
having been robbed in order say this horsQ dy to bed late ?
to cover up I'd like to see go very mummy
,were futile and he was carried to Yet this bowlder is so firm that one of "
her shortage. One of her bondsmen has wouldn't trouble would murder me. hIt
the old
his :'death. The body came ashore on I assumed er coolly asked, would I. dear. dictators. Rossas by name is in time of sudden mishap or accident '
a charge. my once harnessed a thousand horses to
Tuesday about a mile from. the scene of with the horse? that Chamberlain's Liniment can
withers at another's joy are many such rocking stones scattered family doctor who cannot, always be .
Jioberly,.-Mo., for interment Was driven on the south side of Lake feres badly.
i excellence it cannot about the world though none near- found at the moment. Then it is that ,
.Hi O. Thomas, 'who has charge of the Fairview several years ago for the purpose doesn't interfere, ; ly so large.-New York American. Chamberlain's Liniment is never found

Col. 'E. Hutton home property in East of draining a large body of hind in himself docs wanting. In cases of sprains cuts.. .

Fort Myers, brought to the store of the that section and protect the gardiners brushed the purgative effect experi Your cough Keep on ; wounds and braises Chamberlain's Lini '
annoys you. ment takes out the and
chaser found hlm soreness drives
I H.:E. Heiiman Co., the first of the week from an overflow of the lake in case of who use Chamberlain's hacking and tearing the delicate mem- : away the pain. Sold by all dealers.SEABOARD I ;

four:as fine specimens,of the sweet potato very heavy rainfalls began spouting a Philadelphia Liver Tablets, and the branes of your throat if you want to be ,
of the and mind
stream of water to a height of twenty- body annoyed. But if you want relief, want : t
as we ever, saw. One of the potatoes A Great makes one feel joy. to be cured take Chamberlain's Cough. !
'weighed ::20J; pounds, other 13 pounds, five feet, not in a steady stream, but at Nonza, in all dealers. Remedy. Sold by all dealers. "
while the other two weighed 3%pounds. intervals of five minutes, since which the story of a Air Line Railway. : '

f They grew in one hill and certainly show ,. time the upheavals hun continued regu formed there Away the Sting. Burial by Degrees. .

'", ,, 'that the colonel has one of the richestplaces larly. The well is ,twelve inches and "Komantic retort was that given by The few old ex-slaves now left In the ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE|OP TRAIN .

fr in the county. The potatoes were I was drilled to a great depth, but up to a i wick. at a dinner in Malta West Indies have many curious cus- EffectlTe NOT. 7.1809. t v

planted. last ApriL-rFt Myers Press. i short time ago no water had run into it ''I The French In ago. It was given on toms, but the most curious is that of .
of him to the
i, As some of the negro hands were leaning : as it was put down at a point slightly all the northern July by of burying themselves on the Installment No. 43, southbound ,111.01 a. m. ,_ ..
on a man- -war
r above the lake level. The recent hard tion of the tower No. 55 4.24p. m. "
the still of J. B. Powell, at Kenney, I officers in the hare plan. When they comb their hair they No. 81 II :: '
rains, however, have raised Lake Fairview a considerable careful not to hairs from il.08p.. m.
: pull more
Laoost, the foreman tried to stop them, They were no bet are No. 66, north-bound 4.56 p. m. 4
and in the scuffle which followed he was to such an extent that water from siege. Attacking many Englishmen of the head than they can help. Those No. M" : 9.12 a. m. : 14

rather seriously cut with a razor wielded that great body is continually runninginto back by a fierce when the regular toast which come away they roll into a ball No. 84 5.02. a. m. '

by one of the negroes. After having the this well and many believe that the garrison agreed celebrate," was read, and put Into a bag of white muslin. -- .I \ {

wound dressed slid sewed up, Lacost upheaval is caused simply by the compressed ed to march out their glasses untasted. They do the same with the parings of WASSEB BBAKCB. .. +
of war. This host added I of No. 181 leaves Starke 6.00 i
air in the great subteranian gently: their nails and any other portions a. m.
was able to go home,where he is recuperating Cascella .
chamber into which the drainage pours. Captain when England their anatomy which become detached. No..184 arrives 4.20, p. m.
from the effects cf the
,-. cutting. under a load of coming of age of her When the bag is full they b1Il'11t. If .
Fort)Myers is having arbor troubles.A James Sanders, the thrifty farmers "Why is the ." Every face cleared, asked why they do this they reply: NOL 54 sad W run between Jacksonville u4 :f
Cedar Keys No.43,81,G6 and SI between Jacksonville
contractor is working negro brick ma from the Early Bird section, was in town ing out? was drunk with hearty "When me dead masse you bury me and Tam.... I"o..181 and. 184 between k
1 L ist week and was very much wrought mander."It never finds its way to the body. Me hair am part of me body some Starke and Waanee. ,
eons cn a bns'cess:: block and the white r
mechanics that the up over the fact that for quite awhile in is here sir, as when aimed with bury it now when it dead."-Ex* T. J. OBUFflS: Aceat.
are demanding con. that section there has been extensive am the garrison." good will.-Argonaut change. 8.C. BOYLSTON, A. O. P.A., JacksonrttU > m.
> .
tractor dispense! with the negro labor.
of ----------
S'eaiag hogs and the loss in thesec .------- -- ----- .
.r -J Two men were drowned and five bad ses has become heavy. Mr. 'Sanders 4 tJ

narrow escapes from death at an early said he alone had lost over 80 head while

boor Tuesday morning when a rowboat some of his neighbors have been equally IT riM/ ST AR1\\ r
firemen from the British
J containing seven heavy losers. He believes there is an

steamer Kirnweel capsized iti Pensa- organized gang of porcine: theives who \

cola bay. The men had been; ashore all lay ','their hands on every hog they can .

night and carted back to their vessel, reach running at large in the woods and I THAT COUNTS .

d'ii which was at anchor about 200 yards off in turn sell them to parties who make a.. '_ est :

i 1"i Palafox street wharf.' The boat they business of buying chess hop to slaughter -

; occupied was sufficiently large to carry and dispose of the meat. Mr. Sander tIlL

them safely, especially as the waves says he is providing! a hog proof I1GH- IS STILL A WINNER 11

were not running high but by some range for his hogs as fast aI'he can secure _

means they capsized it ans each man the proper wire to enclose his pas. CXPRS9O PAID '' i _

struck out in an attempt to swim to the tures.-Ocala Star.

steamer about 100. yards distant hiveeuoceeded A prominent railroad man in Jacksonville 4: fall ................................ .. .S 4.00 ,

in doing so, though they' were recnUyremarked that all the 19 full .....:............ . . ... .. 18.00
i. exhausted 'when reached .
-completely they i. Florida trains from the West are now .x.k
the vessel Two others failed and
were drowned. 'I loaded with home seeking passengersand
that the crowds seem to be increasing f Booio M+f CL BOTTLED ZH BOND B11IJt WBISJ1D8
4 Last the Sea
Thursday afternoon as 4 aaen p eeerwe -- .
every trip. ............... 7.00 IS- eat PAlO P4IO
train 15.50. 13.00. $&5O, "
1 board was nearing College station Ltww' 68 7.00 18.50 4p5 111iY 14.00. t4 15.00.
The of Florida Echo Sprint' w peel o.-u IS.SO. M.OO par Calka.
two range bulls were seen fighting on map recently issued by WHISKEY
Claru..PuI'l.RlI..I.OO 12.00
1i the; *(track, but the engineer confident the State Department of Agriculturedoes rraP/lsea 4,.."-- lotto Suonjr Brook..,. ."..00 13.00KarlTim ** '
not show the Hillsbor.ugll river ... o-r o-ru **. .. .%.00 t #wiot
they would run at the approach of the ,,,,,
i AnT of the ,! Ztstrn. .. ..".00 II1.00, Guo '; train, whistled and bore down upon which empties into Hillsborough bayat Blum's .. .. ........ 3.00 9.00 MeUwood. 5.00 I..ra co.tat- I +
them. When within twenty-five yardsof Tampa. Sh'ridM>Club.. : .............. 3.50 1050 Blmn'iMonofwm.. 4.03: 1:.:o On mil ordain for S3.soor '
MMylMdClob. .. .. 3.50 10.50 MancrjfSpriuc 4.00 11.00 over .roods will be shipped
the beligerents the animals raised Lynch law should never be encouraged Mt.Bkek V Label non:....::: :::::::: I : x: ..:..:::::: S.2S 9.00 CUrVtBowMMh......... 4.00 10.90 tDhaDdaomeclauJan.P'&D"S' .
their beads, gave a maddened bellow or countenanced; but in Titusville, so

T and headed for the oncoming train, neither old residents of that place delight to tell .........112.00 l/ee.riilnper.d...iw.1. JUNiS Q.N1D! nD P e1' 3a."ftJ.l .rlas. Pith.- ._taao: f
stopping until the engine was reached there was in the early days, an organization : ss....... 1.50$ l .osa / Jw"W Ir..lJ.. ..'.. e.iE.&ca. 1
i r rriou: )'. O. B. Jwteocr.w XI*. j.
.?When one was instantly killed, the that took it upon itself to correct JLONC'CNATAMCC. PHONE .tea .r i il 4U

,.. other, miraculously escaping injury. some of the evil?. The machinery of "

t.t' f t The 'one killed: rolled under the engine the organization:: was a Rood stout kerosene 51 \ BLUM &1 COMPANY Jac v Ui

and had dialoged before'the. train barrel nod a long lithe boggy trace. Bay :\ Flonda .. y
could continue its 3onrney.f The committee did the rest. ,
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", .: 1 i. .4 The d ea. of Hon. N. B. Broward, r. .. ,' ....'.

?, 4 '.vEa. FRIDAY AT nominee for United States senator, t..1.It....... ..I.....'........................J f '

#. ,' STARKE" BRADFORD :OUNTY. :LA raised the question of how the successor SHIFTING THE SHOE

i' t to Senator James P. Taiiaferro shoal There time when the statement
was a Irs ar
B.5. MATTHEWS PatnUher. and Prapr., be chosen-whether another primary that a man was in favor of "local op : 0 l e

SUUeCBIPTIOK \ election sh'onld be called! fcr whether the tion" bore with it the assumption that : .

.; Yeir.. ......-.....................,..iOn ....?1.CO selection the legislature of the, senator Soon after should the be death left oMr. to : he was in favor of prohibition, and was ,,'- .. !:t'....., -, : .," ,

Slxttorttis'Tbrettonia! ................................ .50 contending for the triumph of that principle ...
.', ................................. '.25 Broward the Jacksonville.Metropo in his precinct, town or county or \ !
lis consulted number of i- ,, ':' '
a large prow
involved in
in as an area as was ., I
j. "Intered. In ate Pjstofllce at Starke Fla., &II neat citizens of the state by wire and the contest. The term "localoptionist" <....'I i .

.. '' Second-clash Matter. i most of those who replied to its inquiry ._ a. ,. :
., was generally accepted as synonymouswith ... ," .... ,
..'y' ... placed themselves on record as favoring "prohibitionist." 1
Starie: Fla., Oct. 7,'1916.NAF0EEON. J .
the of "
holding primary. .
." ..' The opponents of the.amendment han d':0.
Aside from the very large expense of adroitly shifted the shoe to the other. 1 'j. .
< .
:;y B, BBO ARD. hailing the primary, something like ten foot and in the statewide contest are '.

thousand dollars, which the candidate ,
attempting to disguise themselves under .
:i:' : News of the death of Hon. NapoleonB. will have to defray there seems to be no the local option cloak, and to deceive ;

Broward, former governor and uomi good reason why a primary should not:I the unthinking who have heretofore associated .

.-,','. uee for United States: 'Senator, was receivsd be held. The matter, however, will rfst this term with the friends of .

ft"' :: in Starke Saturday afternoon entirely with the candidates for the temperance.The .

.,_. '-,' ,., 'with pr :: "
': :all of cs to ate as he taw or to believe :3.8 expense the srate elective committee local optionists in fact because they insist I "- ,,

;; .. I tie believed with respect to mattery.: of will undoubtedly call the election. If that the people of the state have the

public l' l1cr. but all had come to know they do not volunteer the expense money I same right to decide upon an issue involving -

:' and regard lain as one of the state's very the election cannot be held as there the moral welfare of the whole ,

"i_ useful men. aud as such he is mourned I no way of assessing the expense against state as the citizens cf a county have to

; alike by friend and opponent. The sentiment them, the law providing that only 5 per regulate such matters within the county.

that crept into the hearts of all cent. of ohe year's salary of an office For" instance: There are some two
when news of the death of this trnly remarkable may be assessed against each candidate dozen precincts in the county of Polk.

man was receieved has been for such office. No one questions the right!of the peopleof

beautifully portrayed by the Florida! Personally the editor of this paper Polk county to declare that intoxicating : 1 .

, '... ,. Ti es-Uuiori in its editorial columns. favors the primary for all nominationsand liquors shall not be sold withinits

t = The Times-Union said: as a prospective member of the next confines. One or more of the precincts -

: \ .'..... "The reaper that cuts men down also legislature he would greatly- prefer that -.- mav not desire county orohibi-
,j levels the barriers that divided them. the matter be settled by a direct vote of Lion, but the people of these precinctsmust
The chasm which the living
separates the democratic electors of the state, but acquiesce in the will of the majority
.," from the dead is impassable, but the
view across it is clearer than between inquiry develops that sentiment in this and accept county-wide regula-

s ,, ,. those who are on the same side. In life county is-at present somewhat dividedon tion.

. there is fight and -the smoke of battle the subject. Seme of our citizensare Applying the same principle, is it not
: shuts from the view of each side much
- very pronounced in favor of a pri- just as reasonable to enforce a moral
I that it should:: have seen of the other I.
i I" but the tenderest and test arc clearest mary election, while others seem to have regulation with the state as a unit, not

" revealed when men look across an open had a surfeit of politics and express withstanding that a minority of the

' grave.i themselves as entirely willing to leave Bounties of the state may object to this

I' "And BO today there are thousands the matter to the legislature. However, regulation
who like The Times-Union ; Our Mr. J. W. Andrews Sr. in Atlanta this week arid rand
.. always opposed when there has more time for dis- If it is "local option" to vote whiskeyout was bought

with laurel the big and man now so clothed recently in a crowned shroud cussion of the subject it is certain thata of a town where some of its citizens shipped our rirst carload of Horses and Mules for the present sea-

/" who see so clearly the qualities that all large majority of the democrats of the desire saloons; if it is local option to son. The stock should reached our bam in Starke Thursday and are

Admired that past differences refuse to county will favor holding the primary. prohibit the sale of intoxicants in a "
. intrude and the opponent craves a place now ready for inspection.} t
: the This we say because of the well known county where some precincts are opposedto '
'" among
; : '"And there are many thousands who fact that in this county the people gen- prohibition-why is it not local op- The car contains fifteen head of Mules and five head of Iforses, all

were always ready to follow where he rally are very jealous of their right to i tion to vote whiskey out of a state even ,
well broken and ready for work. Included with the mules are
; led. These grieve for him today as for nominate officers by popular vote and hough some counties favor a continuation several

" one,that of more their sorrow own.has We ever do oppressed not believe the have uniformly voted against every proposition of the traffic? head suitabe for turpentine work.STARK. ('0

;t ,. state at the lot e of an honored one than for the holding of a convention. Under: the present alignment of forces

) the people of Florida feel today. With public sentiment so largely in no middle ground, and the man I ,

' .. r "While Governor Broward lived Floridians -, favor of holding a primary to meet the who declares that be is against the
his friends his foes. There .
were or present situation, as it is sure to be amendment because he "favors Ideal
<. was nothing in his nature that tolerated
"I nutrality or permitted lukewarmeness. when the matter is fully understood, option" is against the amendment be-

'.'L Those who knew him personally recognized there seems but one course open to the cause he favors whiskey and plenty oft I I

;i.,. him as a man of napoleonic force. state committee and that Is to arrangeat and there is no other reasonable construction
'. Those who did not know him gave him ,
once for holding the election. Nothing to place upon his position.-
:. less credit than he deserved. They f
;. knew he had not had the advantages of of advantage to the party can be Lakeland News. FLORIDA

. -I 'schooling. They did not know that he gained by putting the matter off. f fi
bad educated himself until he was one of VOICE OF JACOB, HAND OF KSAU. I I

'1': the best posted men in the.state; and so Hon. Nathan P. Bryan announces his Down at that Jacksonville conventionlast .

;, there were many who gave to his friends candidacy for United States senator.Mr. week of the "!Deal optionists," as
and advisers who had better advantages .
'c, enjoyed
:/', more credit than they deserved. Bryan is one of the ablest and most they call themselves with fine unconscious -

V "Among Governor Broward's support- popular young men in Florida and he humor, the voice was the voice of

N I V ers were a number of able men, but his will undoubtedly prove a strong candi- Jacob, but the hand was the hand of

was the biggest brain, the most master date. Hon. Wm. A. Blount, of Pensa-i Esau. We were deeply impressed with t..
.. ful power.: It was his brain, his force,
cola, generally conceded to be one of. the beautiful array of pictures of the
bis power that won for him the position '
"j't't : of leadership. the ablest men in Florida; has also I gentlemen so nobly and unselfishly consecrated expense of yqur clothes '
;" "Unaided Governor Broward fought made announcement of his candidacy. to the great work of saving
f,,,,' r his way to the realization of his highest Ot probable candidates there are quitea "personal liberty" and the "sacred THE what you for them
by ;:, ambition and few of his lifetime friends ,
right of local self.government, to the
F number, prominent them be-
::regret more deeply than The Times- among
W.> ::' i!>.I'i.-, .... Union that he did not live to enjoy: his ing Frank Clark, 8. M. Spark man, L. J. dear[ people of Florida, as printed in the what they clo for you. ,.

I,.(!'f\. -success." Reaves, J. N. O. Stockton, W. S. Jen- Times-Union and other temperance or- "-

." ":"1," ;-' nings Senator James P.-Taliaferro and gans, and we admit that those gentle Clothes that give you well-dressed

t:'::. : MEMORY AGAINST? MEMORY. Judge W. S. Bullock. men are prominent and reputable citizens ,

,'-:. not engaged, in the liquor traffic. up-to-date; prosperous appearance are
; In the.'3radford County Telegraph of I ---
' ; ,
; ..................... .. But behind each face in that lovely'art
:" ,<;, i September 28 an editorial appears which I "' II. ""-
.' : gallery it was not difficult in imagination the least expensive clothes 1j
: ::'. -charges that the editor of this paper r you can
<'.t' published in the Jasper News"some five WITH FLORIDA EDITORS. I to see the grim mug of the liquor

; t'i" to seven years ago" an editorial "advo- L" dealer himself, the chief in inter- buy. When on'a'n
. : eating the return of saloons to Jasper" ...." ...........II." ,..........._--: party you put
T d est:, to perpetuate whose traffic in Florida -
; t The statement is wholly untrue In every
,-t'I: >'\ .. particular. We do not believe that CAN AFFORD TO WAIT. that Jacksonville convention was '

"I r I ,_ Brother Matthews would wilfully misrepresent Life is pretty much one blamed thing called, no matter how cunningly that

: our editor and we trust to his after another, as some philosopher has I purpose was sought to be veiled under I. & S. Bing

,'..;:k ;' sense of honor to make a-correction of informed us. Here we are just getting the specious phrases of local self-gov
: the foregoing statement. Jasper News
into state-wide trouble over the pro- ernment and personal liberty. Mr.
It is evident that Editor Caldwell
'. '. posed amendment for state-wide prohi- Liquor Dealer was entirely too smartto 1
wrote the foregoing paragraph off-hand. suit of clothes with it the
'" bition when Representative-elect West, put in actual appearance in the con you put on r
', I. It does not bear the ear-marks of jnves-
of Santa Rosa rises
; to
I : county remark vention or lift his voice in its proceed
; tigation, and the question as to whether has"more confidence that with
that he trouble in comes knowingyou
store for us. ings, .for that would have been "a dead u;
'A. be published such an editorial as we
He informs the Pensacola Journal
that" "
giveaway and at once made the issue
: ::'j.', mentioned or not is, we think still au referendum and are well dressed as well dressed
1,>' "" recall" is sharp and clear of the liquor traffic, as
__ open one, since this seems to be case of
-'. the coming issue, and says: bald, naked and defiant, against all the .
1"ircw.. I memory against memory. As we said "I am in favor of the initiative, ref better elements of society. He kept in anyone in any company.
"f .before if our memory does not play us I
and reca'11. I
erendum and
> shall intro- the background but the circus was
\ ;:;::,." I -false, such an editorial did appear in the duce a resolution submitting a constitutional and he was quite willing to waive We carry a full line of these famous
,a rft.: ':.. I -Jasper News at a time when .the paper amendment whioh any

-,' al, 'fC'. ; ; was under the editorial management of its adoption in Florida. will The providefor constitution parade substantial of his benefit personality that might in view accrue of the to clothes in all styles and in many patterns and" weaves

: } Editor O&ldwell. The editorial complain ,
Jit.... should be BO amended as to per- him if the ,people could be made to '
' = ,;"r. '. \ d rather bitter!ydnterrests that the business stylish durable '
.. i mit the people either of the state aa a swallow the cant and tommyrot about. snappy, money's-worth clothes.
' :. of Jasper had been injured by
i whole, or of the counties, or of the in- the sacred right of local selfgovernmentpromulgated
: '
of saloons in the
, I.tthefprohibition town corporated cities, to invoke tha initiative by his convention. Sn- I !
I. !! and set forth the argument that Val referendum or recall whenever wannee Democrat.JOE When you wear them, they'll show : .
dosta, Ga., then a "wet" town, had their public servants either fail to do the you why we talk abbut them as we do. .' ,:. 'J
: ,
.. prospered and was prospering, at the work ,for which they were elected, or SHEROUSK OJf PROHIBITION. .

'.z expense of Jasper, The editorial .impressed misrepresent the people whom they are Rev. Joe Sherouse, of Tampa, district

us deeply because it was from supposed to serve. The initiative will manager of the Florida Anti-Saloon FALL STYLES ARE NOW'REArbiJ

'' ,theTpen of Editor CaldweU. This, In League labor leader, preacher and pro
I enable the people of any city or countyor hibition orator made Fort Meade
a s
w : brief. is our memory 8f the matter but of the whole state to require their visit on Tuesday night and. remainedover

if we have been laboring under a delneioa -1 to act until Thursday morning: Upon
, representatives upon, any particular Suits $10 $22. $1.0.1
; 't '. the correction: and apology to Editor Issue which the people think oughtto invitation, Mr. Sherouse addressed the to Boys' Suits $3.5Q. t .
t' "baldwell will be forthcoming. audience at the temperance rally Wednesday -
.;,., -' be acted upon. The referendum will night. The regular programwas i :;
;/ :''-;'. However. ,, :we. cannot yield the point enable the people If they so desire to set ahead one week to give Mr. This is the home of I. &
,;,; simply"car'a statement made'from Edi vote directly upon any law which representatives Sherouse opportunity to occupy the S. Bing Clothes. 1

=c-i# I : torCaldweU',mcmory, and offer this have enacted and the peoplecan whole time. kx

. :':\: -suggestion: 'ti' a mew of clearing the by this means prevent any objectionable The united choirs of the three churches I

: '.",.... r 'mal\Eer up: That a Editor 'Caldwell .immediately The recall law will from enable going the people into re- engaged for the in occasion.the movement The music furnishedmusic was t

J; submit his files to two disinterested duce tojnivate. life any rmhlin _oo__.ant excettent Mr_ .
-- =-:- n- --- r----- anti Sherouse'. talk was J. M
J.; persons, one of our selection, who fails to represent" them honestly or i convincing. He took up one by one the 'TA' 'R. Z J

r.' '- the other of his, who are to scan said satisfactorily. arguments of the opposition and demolIshed .
That all sounds well and it them. He snowed ... !
.. files carefully for a period of ten :years. may work how prohibition ...., .
'. If they find such editorial as we have well, but we have our doubts. It "ruined Atlanta" to the extent of

f" ...., mentioned the same to be reproduced in amounts to direct legislation by: the "6.5'per cent. increase in bank depositsfor '
the Telegraph and Jasper News. If whole body of the people,and that seems one rear as against a 26 per cent increase SPECIALIST :IN GOOD /
.;-3 l they find -no inch editorial the Tele.grapn entirely too cumbrous to be practicable.The in "wet" Jacksonville for the
recall feature of the period. A number of other '
acknowledge its error and apologize. proposed same comparative -
r to
I _- amendment looks well and might serve figures were given and so over- FOR MEN AND .
its purpose, but as for the 1'eIt-if the whelming was the evidence for the economic BOYS ;,
,. We choose Bev. Gen F. Scott pastorof people haven character and intelligence advantage of prohibition wets ; 1',

t-, tM Methodist church at Jasper to enough to select capable and had no argument left on the economic '-".it. : i ,.. i :..:
"V repr'eent us in the investigation of the trustworthy men to make their laws, side. The other phases of the issue were r -f
Tales. % __ they would be very likely to make a sad treated with the same convincing logic STARKE f ; ,. { t'f' :

,.. mess of it when they undertook the task and prohibition was shown to be a dis ,. .,. '. .... '. ,-' .. ..,' .
%on. Stephen 3L Sparkman of Tamp themselves by direct legislation. .Arkansas tinct gain from every: viewpoint. ..."," .... : '" '
;' ,, iitnertMmed-M a probable candidate has recently adopted the system Mr. Sherouse spent nearly a week in FL'A I

.'" ; "f ir the nomination for United States now proposed for Florida by Represent- Bartow working up sentiment and organizing '"t-- '' .
..;;:fie 4 .natcr. Mr. Srmrkman is one of the I attve West, and we can well afford to i but finding ns well organized .f t
ti;;..",) r ''' : ; ablest"oridl1 and we believes wait and see how it work in that state and eJ husiaatio, he spent but a short ': : ,,;, ,-t
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.1. :&.IOffABTMENT. I w 1'1 t. r { t >*to /V I I >x./L. o. Stratton/! Lebanon, A :HOME OF PALMS t"'inu

.' .s.. .' .. ',.. JIHOt YCU3 FOOD DCESJOTKSBT'well: : and you feel1 :Tenn.vice; .. president at large of the ,

t Edited, ti? D: > di iJ: :J r tr ) tblue'"and tired and;discouraged; you should"use W. O.;,T..U., lectured at the Bapti !. ''-
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( church Monday afternoon and evening. Peiuna f
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tef Impress npbnthe voters tr' i fi Rance Andrews, Jr., is home from an

'j A" ,',;pf 'thj) .&anty: ;that. "the'present' prohibf "*"!- j RED '2 "/ extended trip through the'$ uth. the :

U not soaking to deprive a '
1.4.tlozfatrltntiap '
\ Miss Georgia Vinant, of Newberry,
.' _man of,"its,*Beverage> privileges in his LIVER REGULATORt r .is the attractive guest of Mrs. S. W. Only

: 'own home nor to. Interfere urith his keeping (THE EOWDEK FORM) Smith.
; liquor ,ati his home*: providing hisjhom'e It opens': the bowels, sweetens the stomach and strengthens the Mr. Milligan, a prominent businessman Med [;LeJllJ I 1

does notl>eoome a place'!; of public ; digestive organs. A dose taken at bed time restores a fine feelingof of Hampton, N. 0., has returned t-
resort. We'ar striking, primarily at !
health'and energy. home after a few days spent very pleas that .
/.:the open public saloon aa a social and .. i. ;::' .. ..; ..
I' ., antly as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L.o'C.Smuh. :" '.
SOLO .. !
: Apolitical evil, and we are trying to reach :'mf....... ..
Ask for tb. genuine with Ibe Bed Z on the lmb.l. If JOG rlanot fet it r niit to a. will -vor '
matter in and consistent ii .lio la fond for tho.who prate r mo f
this a sane end by mall pe tp ld. Simmon. Liver Brfolitor put op liquid S... .
it. Price, tl.OO,per bottle. Look for the R.4 Z Ubel. E. Folsom's department store is near- ? .: .a.k I
.way. We know the W. O. T. U. woonen Entered'
J. H. ZEILIN & CO.. PROPS.. ST. LOUIS MO. ing completion.H. t .".
: have become fanatical, but we do
fi W. Andrews has returned home I '
not believe there is anything radical or
from Long Key, }'la., where he has been s
unreasonable in helping a weak man to
for the
holding a position as operator
his week home to his wife
carry ." waged lawtey. Interesting Facts to Smokers.Do Florida East Coast. Home
There is nothing
on Saturday flight.
Lockhart of Brooksville is the
Oscar .
fanatical iu enabling his wife 'to send Lawtey, Oct. 4.-It is with sadness you know that in Cuba, to test > : ik '
Havana tobacco the leaf is rolled into a guest of his brother, R. L. Lockhart.R. .
that the death of Mrs. C.W. ,
her children to school with good clothes, we announce
cigar and lighted to get the taste, then D. Black, one of Raiford's most
good shoes ands good dinner in the Ute, George, with malaria fever, Saturday t
the light is permitted to go out and the prominent business men, returned from
tie basket: Prohibition serves the child afternoon, Sept. 24, and the deathof cigar is again lighted, and if the taste is Monday.H. I

as well as the man. It is for the wife as her little daughter, Edna Hester, aged rank and bitter the tobacco is graded as Tampa
W.Raifcrd left for Lake Park Ga. A:'
i well as the ht sbaI d. It is for society se 10 months. Tuesday night Sept. 27. Mrs. inferior quality. Palm Smokers- are always 55
sweet after relighting. Monday, where he went on an important .
:' well as for the individual. It is for the George was sick about two weeks before I
Do you know that you cannot get fin business matter. He will be the
well the govern'ed.either death came to her relief. Besides her } .
government as as er tobacco in cigar: at
Havana any any guest of George Perry while in that
;. do w 4 think yon should call us husband and two little children, she price than that which is in a Palm Smoker .:e.s .

fanatics in this agitation when the Supreme leaves a mother and brother to mourn ? city. a

Court of the United States has her departure. She was about 22 years Do you know that Palm Smokers are Fooling Her Husband. A?\\i4 4:

of The funeral services' heldat made by Cuban hand workmen? Every That: there are more ways than D1'' % -j'b
said as hard or harder against theBale ago. were :
cigar will burn even and draw freenotlike of "killing a cat" is a well known fact, t;
and cf intoxicating chinks the Lawtey cemetery Sunday after
use r
cigars that are made in molds. but the newest of ways has been

i hS the W. O. T. U. has, besides we have noon following at 3 o'clock, where a Do you know that Palm Smokers cost evolved from the fertile brain of a

shown you by the decisions of this same large congreg ion of friends and acquaintances dealers more than any other 5c cigar? Germantown woman who is blessed

?' court that prohibit the sale and use of baa assembled and was con That is because they are worth a great with a stingy husband. This husbandIs

intoxicants does not Interfere with the ducted by Rev. H. O. Harris i, pastor of deal more. enough In one sense of the
\ generous .. ..... ...,.... ..... 1mM
Do you know that the wrapper and .w..w. :::::: PE-RU.NA". :: -
,1\ personal);liberty of any man. Then we the Baptist cbnrcb4 of which she was a word. His wife may have the best ;.
filler of a Palm Smoker comes from the
sak;; you what'higher authority can we member. The funeral services .of the famous Vuelta Abajo district of Cuba, attire the stores afford charged to his } *

1; go: to in this. iandrthan this court to determine little infant were held Wednesday after- and that the same grade of tobacco is account but she. may handle no money. : !

the' construction of what coon by Rev. Jas. Antle and the remains used in the finest brands of imported ci- Women. in this man's opinion tnow \ & .. ::';: ::.::' : J .'... )mw l@t t .,' jji ,
proper : : @r: :: : : : : .?:: ig: :::.:. :: '..:;. : : ;::;( .., "." .
is meant by personal liberty. were tenderly laid by the side of her gars? nothing of the value of a dollar. On :,::-. .@::::: ::k.. ::: .::t;. : ,.:.:.i...........,... '..:. ? ; ::" : f-i .:fm
Do know that if have leaving for his office In the morning .. >> .* 'w.. .........',.'.....:............ .., .. .l"'f!..... : ?
not ''''
We have shown that the courts recognize mother. The bereaved family have the you you (: .:'.:':;:' :ith! : ; : ::::::::::;:::::: : : .: :: ;,- : :::..,-.i:: '

tt, heartfelt sympathy of the entire smoked a Palm Smoker, that you have he kisses her goodby and thrusts aquarter's _ _ _ __ _ L_ ___ __ __ ___
two effects of liquor when taken in com not smoked tlTe best? worth of trolley tickets into -- ------- ----- --- ------- ----- -

personal one social. That it munity. f--------- I Suffered with Kidney Trouble..
exoess, one her hand.
Do know that a Palm Smoker has
undermines health, weakens, morals and Mrs. J. T. Davis, of Green Cove, that smooth you rich taste that is so much Now milady goes shopping buys a Mr.Robert H. Norris, 566 East llth St., East'Oakland' ,Cal. 'b y

' fcHi creates Itelf-abiisement. These effects was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. L. sought in high grade Havana cigars? few necessities and a fifty dollar wrap "We have never had any other medicine but Perkins in since

n are confined to the drinker himself. But F. Wilson, the first of last week. for which she has no use whatever. we have been married. r.'
Do know that substitutes .
you may "I.suffered with and bladder trouble months''fteaiment
i kidney butt O :
it also leads to neglect of business, waste After spending her vacation with her look the same as Palm Smokers, but Next day she returns the latter receives *",. ,
with Peruna made me a well and t & & +
strong man. "
of property and general demoralization. parents here;Miss Mamie-Lou Moore returned they will not taste the same? Insist upon a credit slip for $20 and betakes a s >< :
"My wife felt weak and was easily tired and was also trouble I$Pith various .
by immediately i to her studies in Jacksonvillelast getting a Palm Smoker, then you herself to the handkerchief counter 1 .
These effects reach those who are .
pains but since she took Peruna she is well and strong. "
know the best that '
you are getting mon where she spends50 cents, receiving !
t connected with and dependant week. ey will buy. "We are both very grateful to you and gladly do:wo live IUJSOe 1
$49.50 small
upon the drinker. The courts have Mr. and Mrs. George ,D. Motes, of change. Placing some cited testimonial, feeling that It I* the least we can do la t r.wllllt
The price of Palm Smokers is 5o and change In her purse and stowing the
t ,.said that the sale and use of intoxicants Hollister, were the guests of Mr. and are for sale at all first-class dealers.ANNOUNCEMENTS. roll of greenbacks in what she con- Peruna has done for us."
orlmedebaucheryviceJand Mrs. O. L. Thomas the first of last week.
leads to pauperism t
siders a safer receptacle she 'leaves 'r-

thereby effecting society, government la justice to all concerned your correspondent the shop feeling that she has made Catarrh Entirely Relieved. Catarrh of H -

and the body politic. begs leave to correct an error the best of a bad bargain.-Philadelphia :Mr. Ira Benney, Fairfield, freestone Mr.O.HallockAntwerpiowritea; :

.Besides these facts the saloons have which appeared in your columns last Record. Co., Texas, writes: "My daughter Allie, hr Ier taking ,.

shown you how they corrupt politics and week relating to the Lawtey baseball > FOR MARSHAL. "I am completely cured of all symptoms three bottles of your Pernn :;'entirely

defeat justice by qualifying the low and club feeling chesty jover a whitewashing I Marshal am a candidate and Tax for Collector re-election of Starke to the and officeof respectfully A Bald Fact. of bat&rrh. cured of catarrh of the bAf.1d. of two

degraded negro and white man, how which they administered to the S. A. L. solicit tho support of the voter I It is common to deplore the lack of "I cau truly say that Peruna Is the years' standing. We recd end Pee s

they pay the expoenses of the so called : club of Jacksonville a few days ago. elected.promise to give faithful and L.efficient H. AUSTIN.suffice if humor in person.. Yet the very want best medicine I ever saw. I will always runs to anybody who has efo.4arrb." 1

local option committee that met in Jacksonville There was no whitewashing done but of wit may save a certain amount of recommend Peruna to all my friends,for Peruna la manufaotnPernna by the

Notice of Convict Lease. embarrassment as was the case on a caUrrh." Drug Mfg.Co.,Col busOhlo.
to do their bidding, how they the home boys feel justly proud of the '
certain occasion with President John-
respect democracy or any other political daubbing they gave the visiting club. Notice Is hereby given that the lease of the -fri ,
son. "He was one day, says a writer
County Convicts of Bradford county for the
At the of the last half of the
parties by bringing out their independ- beginning year 1911 will be old to tho highest responsible in Harper's Magazine. "visiting my
ninth inning the score stood 11 to 0 but bidder on Monday, John'B. Stetson University
ant candidates to run representative mother, and a friend, Mrs. Knox, a
? the regular nominees of the owing to an error by the home club the THE 7TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1910, widow..came in. She had known Mr. 4/ t
1 against parry D D.
In front of the court house door In Starke. LINCOLN HULLEY, Ph. D,. Litt .. LL ,. President ;
r : who happens to favor temperance visitors made four runs, the final score Lessee wit be required to make payments! for Johnson' some years before when he THE BEST SCHOOL IS NONE FOR YOUR CHILE REN '
the convicts on delivery to him by the Sheriff
11 to 4. was a member of the legislature but TOO GOOD
legislation. Yea .they have shown their being
Ii bond
and to give approved for compliance with I (
tl: side and tendencies and inclinations Mrs. M. E. Edwards, three little children his contract. they had not met since then. SEND THEM TO STETSON : ;.
Done by order of the Board of County Com- "After mutual recognition Mr. John- 49 Professors and Instructors College Liberal I's
in this fight already and we ask and Will Edwards returned home missioners this 3d day o' October. 1910. 17 of Law !
University Buildings College ,
\ W. T. WEEKS, Clerk. said: '$ow Is Mr. Knox? I have not j .
you: men for whom .are you going to last Thursday\from Hendersonville, N. him lately.' 28 Acre Campus College of Techno t" .

vote? Are you going'to vote with this O. where they have bee spending the Sheriff Sale. seen"'He has been dead six years,' said 581$250,000.00 Students Endowment Last Year College Preparatory of Busln Aca !] -/ .. .'.

saloon element continue their debachery summer months. i
to Mrs. Knox. ,
15,000 Volumes In Library Normal and Model Is '.
,graft and corruption, or are you go- Supt. J.: O. Poppell, of Starke, was a NOTICE Is hereby given that I, J. N. Lane- 1 thought I hadn't seen him on the $10,000.00 Pipe Organ School of Mechanic Arts

ing]to vote for the bettermeruj of your business visitor to Lawtey last Thura- under and, Sheriff by virtue Bradford of that certain county writ, Florida of execution street,' said Mr. Johnson. 10 Large Laboratories Science School of Music 1 1 '

;. government, your home and'the happiness day. -s Issued out of And under the seal of the "When Mrs. Knox left my mother Unsurpassed General Equipment School of Fine Arts' '

1. and prosperity of yourself and fame Mayor G. T. Pearce and W. F. Godwin Circuit Joint Court P.of Cofiin Bradford sit Son count favor Florida of, said laughing That was a funny mis- StparatedormJtoriefforyowiginen and young womea. Ciftful admfafanrttoa tad thore ft svp vhh.. '
against Christian tad not sectarian teething. For catalogs or view*, for InfornI*Oe.or for room feMrrftioM. ddreu
Yes which side do stand? attended the funeral of ex Governor J.B.!: Futch.onand dated August 3, 1910,trill take of yours about Mr. Knox. t
ly. on you JOHN STETSON &DA.
offer for silti and sell to the highest and best ''What mistake did I make said B. UNIVERSITY DeLAND.I'LO
,' The question is not local option but is Broward In Jacksonville last Monday.J. bidder therefor for cash, at the court house t 1
Starke door in the town of Starke, Bradford county, Johnson. 'I said 1 hadn't seen him oq
whether you favor, the sale and mannf R. Davis, of was transacting i Florida,on Monday, the the street and 1 hadn't"* ..-

af taring of intoxicating drinks or not, business in Lawtey Tuesday. I 7TH DAY OF NOVEMBER,1910, Application for Tax Deed. Notice ol Final Prop. .

Misses Jennie and Nellie Wilson the name: being a legal sales day of said court,
and: upon this question you are compelled were Your Home. Notice Is hereby given that Wesley .
during the legal hours of safe, the following Owning .
-P U. S. LkndlOfflce: at OaJi .vllle,FU.
Williams and Marv Williams:
visitors to Jacksonville fast Saturday. I describe real estate situated in Jradfordcoun purchasers
.i ;to cast your q have always felt that upon properly of Tax Certificate No. 10, dated --
. A. L. Marsh, of Citra, was visiting ty, Florida, to-wit: appointed and becoming dwellings tho 4th day of July, A J). 1901. has filed said ; pt. IT 1910.i .
.t, of section 22; nj Setof
A WOMAN'S BACK. friends in Lawtey one day last week. tlonil: ; % 'and nt3% of se J of section 87, depends more than anything else the for tax deed my to issue in accordance with of Brooklyn, Florida, who ( 1' 27. 190W.
t Messrs. Enoch Griffis and H. B. Ben all in township 5 south, range 20 f' 8t.I Improvement of mankind," said Benjamin law. Said certificate embraces the following made Homestead Entry. 31. 067.((). for
J. N. LANOFORD Se Section 8. .
8 23
described property situated in Bradford county ; Township Range
., its The Aches and Pains Will! Disappear II nett, Jr., were visitors to Jacksonville Sheriff Bradford Co., Florida. Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield). To ,Florida,to-wit: East, Tallahassee Meridian notice' .
of Intention to make Final C> :> Proof .
': ; toe AdvIce ol This Starke Citi Monday. sit In the evening In your comfortable Sw'of ne i and nwj of se}{ of sec 12, tp 5 a, to establish claim to the landabc re described. .

Mrs. F. H. Simmons of is Sheriffs Sale. armchair; to look around you and range 13 e,80 acres.!\, f before the Register and Rectrfvfc at Oaln_ .
zen Is Followed. Tampa, vllle,Florida,on the 26th day ot'' tober.1910.
know that everything you see there Is The said'land being assessed at the date of the
: .' A woman's back has many aches and visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James NOTICE Is hereby given that I, J. N. Lang. own and that have obtained issuance of such certificate in the name of Claimant names witnesses : ,.\P. Wynn;
j Hannon, this week. Sheriff of Bradford county, Florida your very yon O. F. McLeod. Unless said certificate shall of Brooklyn Fla.:A.B. Huts on L' Lt Brooklyn a
pains. under and by virtue of that certain writ of ex It all so that you practically! do be redeemed according to law, tax deed will Fla.;H. C. HeUsereer.of Br v n, Fla.W.
*. ', Most times 'tis the kidneys' fault. Last Sunday night about 10 o'clock ecution Issued out of and under the seal of the not feel the cost; to know also that if tame thereon the W. Carter, of Lake Geneva, Fla bt ,
Circuit Court of Bradford county, Florida,
Backache is really kidney ache. fires was discovered in the dining room against S. J. Prescott & Son and in favor of you. the breadwinner, were suddenly 8isr DAY OF OCTOBERA. D. 1910./ HENRY S. cad Register.farter's .

That's why Doan's Kidney Pills cure of the residence of A. H. Harley. An Benedict, Pollak &Company,on an' dated the called away your home would still be Witness my hand and official seal this the I
17 day of May,1910,Will offer for sale and sell 28th of .
it. alarm was given and by prompt work to the highest and best bidder t.ereforfor your wife's or your famlly's- that is day S.pteDlbert.D.1910.W. .1:.WEEKS, j :

I Many Starke women know this. the fire was extinguished before much cash Starke at, Bradford the court county house,Florida door in, on the Monday town of one of the pleasures of life, indeed. (SEAL) Cl'kC'tC't By B.A.Bradford WEEKS D.('0.C.,Fla.

Bead what one has to say about it. damage was done. The cause of the -THE 7TH DAY OF NOVEMBER 1910, It Is a pleasure which gives you new 4

Mrs. J. L. Warren, of Starke, Fla., fire is unknown. The loss will amountto the same being a It-galsales sale of said court, heart Jn your work in the world. It P
during the iega.1 hours of the following
sends out morning deter- Notice ol FInal Discharge. lces IOn
you every
says: "For some time I was a victim about $50. described real estate, situated in Bradford
county, Florida, twit: mined to get on and to earn more Notice is hereby given to all concerned that
ot kidney trouble. The kidney secretion The Philathea class held their regular Lots 2 and 4 01 block 20 as per original surveyof and because of that determination six months after date hereof I will present my: r
of Starke, that of lot 2 money very of the of
Town except portion final returns as administrator estate
were too frequent in passage, monthly meeting at the parsonage Tues owned by Bradford County Bank, and exceptan you do become worth more G.H.Kersey, late of Bradford county, Florida Fancy Grocer & ,

'f: causing me great annoyance and I Buffered day evening, ice cream and cake were undivided one-hplf, interest in that part of money.-New York Press.A deceased, and apply to the County Judge ot .
lot 2 on which ia situate the brick building Bradford county, Florida, for my final dis /
r, :' constantly from backaoHes and served by Mrs. Antle. At the last meet. known as the old postofflce bull .ng, and exc charge. Armour's Star Hams, $be very

2 dull pains through my kidneys. I could ing new officers were elected for the that Same part to be of sold lot 4 aa owned the property by N. W.of Fran.8.J. Handy Snuffbox.A Administrator of O.the M.Estate KERSEY of U. H. best, 21 cents per pound. 5 :: i

t not rest well and in the morning I arose coming year. They are are as follows: Prescott. J."i. LANOFORD' curious story Is told as to bow the Kersey,decease White Meat; 13 cents pei-poand..

i' feeuD.g.tiM and worn out. My back Miss Elizabeth Edwards, president; Miss Sheriff Bradford Co, Florida.J. Rothschilds supported Carafa, the Sept.2,1910.flmNotice Beet Pulp, $1.75 per si
I : became very lame and I'often found it Maggie Stalsby vice.president; Mrs. E.plaintiff FUTCH. Attorney. composer. The latter was far from pounds. I

41 I r difficult to get around. I at length read Edna Wilson, secretary and treasurer; rich. His principal income was de- 01! Final Discharge. Peaches, 12. cents per can.

:( ;,' about Doans's Kidney Pill and procured Miss Loia,Edwards, social committee; Sheriffs Sale. rived from a snuffbox. And this was Notice is hereby given to all concerned that Porkand Beans 3 for 5 cents. i
the way of it: The snuffbox was givento six months after date hereof I will present mY
,,' a box at the Starke Drug Oo. Miss Jennie Wilson, relief committee; final returns as Executor of the estate of William Mb. Oan Corned BeefijlT! cents. '
Is hereby given that under and by the author of "La Prison d'Edlm
late of Bradford F.or-
NOTICE Underhill ronntr
Since using them, I have been free from Miss Viola Stalsby, press reporter. The of a certain execution issued out of bourgh" by Baron James de Rothschildas ida,deceased,andap the County Judge of 10-qnart Galvaized Bucket' 20 t
r:.1 backache and the soreness and lameness Philathea class will give a moonlight Ii the upon Circuit a certain Court judgment of Also ua therein county rendered Florida, a token of esteem. Carafa sold It Bradford county, Florida, for my final dis ,cents each.

Mii: disappeared.. The'annoyance from lawn picnic at the parsonage Oct. 18th. transcript of which sa'd judgment Bradford twenty-four hours later for 75 napoleons charge. W. He UNDERBILL. Good Galvanized No.; 2 Tube, '
All the young people are invited to at- duly recorded In public recounty of Executor of the Estate of William '
1 0.i!! :the kidney secretions has also ceased tend. ,Florida In favor of the People's Bank. to the same Jeweler from Underhill,deceased. 65 cents each.

v4 Ii ''and 'I am able to sleep welL Doan's The regular monthly meeting of the and plaintiff Trust, and Company C.E. Dunham a Florida and corporation W. N.Dun, whom it had been bought. This be- June 11, 1910.-6m Tin Ware cheap. ;,

>? Kidney Pills benefitted me wonderfully. W. O. T. U. will be held on Tuesday defendants ham,co-partners and tone aa C.directed B. and ,W.Id N.:. N.Dunham Lang- came known to Rothschild: who gaveit Good Mixed Corn, |1.75 a sack.

; In fact, I can say that they are the beet. afternoon, Oct. 11th, at the Methodist ford sheriff of Bradford county, Florida, have' again to the musician on the following T. W. SWEAT No. 1 Timothy Hay, f 1.60 per

kidney remedy 1 have ever used." church. All members and friends are the levied highest upon and and best will sell at public outcry, to year. The next day It returned to hundred pounds.. r

i For sale ;by all dealers. Price 60 cents. urged to be present.J. court house door eterkeFlorida, between the. Jeweler's. The traffic continued Dealer In Sugar, 16 pounds $1.00.
E. Wilson was a visitor to Ocala the legal hours of sale, on Monday, the till the death of the banker and longer
White Shorts sack.
.:: Poster-MUburn Co., Buffalo, New'york, 7TH DAY OF NOVEMBER 1910, $1.80 peer : .
Furs and Skins
Tuesday. the tradition Hides
still for his sons kept up
;r. .ole agents for the United States. the following describedreel estate situated, No. 2 White Oats, $1.85 a sack. _I
the satisfaction of
of Bradford, great
lying and I
f'; Remember the name -Doaa's} andI. CARD OF THANES. State of Florida, described.follows, to-wit: Carat Highest market price paid. Kerosene Oil, 13 cents per gal t.
S of sw1{of section 1; of ; ion.l -
'take no other. I take this method of thanking my nej? 01 nwi, wtf of rid section 12,all intownship Starke FloridaDAui' 1I"
i I friends and neighbors tor their kindness l 5 south,range least, containtnr in Big Guns. '\. I Best Japanese Rice, 25 pounds, !.

during the illness and death of my be- all 440 acres of land more or less; also 1 jreJi" ofel Lord Kltchener, at one of the din $1.00.
13 ,of section 20;neH'of fX andsHofswW
WANTED loved wife and little daughter. of section 29;nVi of lot No. 1. all of .lots N 08.2. ners tendered him in New York apologized Best Rice, whole head pearl
and of lot No. 0 in section 30; lot !.
J! To bay in this city a lot suitable fort O.Sincerely W. GEORGE., 3,4 No.and 2 in 5 section iK 31: all of section 82;swe"'-' for his want of eloquence. grain, 14 pounds. 100. J .'

1.1| 'building, near Must be in of section 26 and; n",' of n&Noe.{,8W I},.2 of and neyH 8 of nw sect:,on nw S3 rots /:; a can't speak; that Is why I don't," Swset and Irish Potatoes, Cab.

i,tselect location. /State price. townshhOUCh>> range 20 eas&; also sew or he said. "I think it is better to keep bags, 34o per lb.; Onions 50c perk ,;
Notice for Bid; !lot No. 0 in section 19
r se; lot No. 5 and s>i o ; ....,. I ,
GEORGE A. SMITH, D%eof n fne ;,wYJ of sell wy of lot silent than to put :you to sleep. The jJtlG 'jJ.(
Plans specifications and sealed bids for the section 4 sort?, 20
No.2 in township range
P. O. Box 182, Starke, Fla. installation of a system of sewer ge, septic officers of the British army are noted Come to my store near the depot t';
a tanks, etc., for the county court house and Jail cast.The for their inability: to make a public II FOR and
received been levied upon as the inspect my goods. !t tJ.
in Starke will be by the board of same having
r. county commissioners of Bradford county until property of the said defendants, C. E. and W. speech. Whenever"aa.officer If foolIsh
: For Sale. Monday &'.7th day"&d Court: N.Dunham and to be sold to satisfy the said enough to rlsaitbfansr ft toast c. t
All.bids to be marked for House execution and CQ8ts. i CARTER
: The Telegraph has for sale a scholar- Sewerage System" and addressed. to W. T. At Starke. Florida, irk eth day of October the tuests Bar to ODe aaothar dgajfl- INSURAN'
Weeks,clerk of court Starke, Fla. \. D. 1810. cantly aa b* site doiou i U ["i

fcip m, Cc =bin College, Lake City. aU Th bida.board reserve the right. to reject any or She iff.1.Bradford N. LANGFORD., Florid'- : "WeU you kiUOT| thq f bigger the S1aeffly 8
p. a
Popil to attend that inttitn. .. C.. FESK. Cl airman.. HAMPTON HAMPTON, gun the bigger the bore.'" I .
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Suffered In the French Revs THOMAS CARR PROPRIETORFormerly

lutlon, but Took His Revenge. to STREET SUCCESSOR. ( TO of.Augusta WILLIAM. Ga.JACKSONVILLE) BYRNE FLORIDA For 20 years or for ; Life! 'i 4


i [ICopyrlght 1810. by American Press Association. PRICE LIST. GINS. r
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] Qts. SQts. 12Qb. THE PiDENTIAll
At the dose of the war for American IMPORTED: GOODS I Lhimeall Old Gin,Double I ,
&s 4 Qts. 8 Qts. 12 Qts. Stamp __ ___ __ .. Ij.OO 7-75 $11.50 _
00 '- --- -
Independence a young Virginian, Sidney y' 3 Star Cog- I American Holland Gin.uu. 3.00 5.75 8.50 I :51.,
; tfrle.! who bad Lrandy-------------OO $14.00 $19.00 Old Tom Uin--n 3.00 5.75 8.50 ... .
.. served as a lien- uu..uu .. :::::!I.
&:SOn II Scotch I Rhiiueall straight Uln____. 2.75 5.25.0 "' "
tenant: .Mn the patriot army visited Whi mnuu.n Scotch 6.00 11.50 1..00'o. e Gin.......uu.oJV., ...> 4.75' '..\1\1.. Very NEWEST IDEA in Life !

Pari&: jHe was handsome, wealthy. anda _u----- 6.00 11.50 1T.CO BRANDIES. are- InSura"cel" .

fine swordsman. __mmu'" Irish Whls-____ 6.CO 11.50 17.C I 4' Qts. 8 Qts. 12 Qta. tt

Among the ladles with whom Sidney \ Gin Jamaica___ __Hum______._._ rt.OO 5.UU 11.50 9.50 17.00 14.00 I Apple and Pt'8Cb"l.ry ofcl. $'.l0 $_...5 $11.50 E At age of 30, for $100.41 a year during ypurilife "
Pyle came in contact was the young t in.m__.________ 6.00 11.50 17.01 I Apple and Pt'ucb, "atra, 6 ht.. 3X0 4.75 ;.50 ..-
Apple and Peach---------- 2.50 4.50Banana 6.75 5 (a saving of $8.37 a month) your family* : receive
: rt Wine._ ______ 6.CO 11.50 17.00 wu
-- .__..___ .
Countess Amelie de ;W
i CarpelUer. Be- 17.00 and Apricot ; 4.75 7.0U
!! Sherry.6.Nl 11.50 '
tween him and her instantly sprang up : ____----_-._--_..... 3.00 550 8.00 I after your death $30.00 Every Month for '.
'' 8hrry.__. 3 00 5.50 8.U RUMS. 20 in all! :
', an ardent love. Pierre& Ltflis years, or $7,200.00 J ;;
-t ___________ 3.00 550 8.00 4 Qts. 8 Qt*. 12 Qts. i .
Already the rumblings of the coming '.wm_______--_---..- 3.00 5.50 e.oo I'elton's Double Stamp OillEnglsndn i '
French revolutionary storm were WHISKIES-BOTTLED IN BOND }-f'lton"HHl.Igll'Suunp New New $4.09) $7.50 $11.00 E \ At a slightly higher cost, the income( would I : :

beginning to be heard. The king fearful I 6 YEARS OLD. England ___---____..---- 3.00 3.75 8.50 E continue for I life. J :.'.
' s. lest his should throw 4 Qts.! 8 Qts. 12 Qts. Fclton*90 Proof New > .,
people off ---- a-
his yoke as they had thrown off that "on's Kre___._.___ $5.00 19.50 JU.OO ( England! __--..__.__--.._ 2.50 4.75 7.00 -_ 't .
: Pure fcye__..___ 5.00 9.50 14.00 ,
of'their own sovereign began to lookout Rye____.____. 5.00 9.50 14.00 MALT GOODS. = \ 1 .
4 for those Rye_____...-- 5.00 9.50 14.00 jtWWrlte! for Rates at YOUR, Age and lArn How >.
bent ::
fomenting S
on re-
1 Ryt'-.u 5.00 9.50 14.00 4 Qts. 8 Qts. 12 Qts.
j elllou. Americans who up to this De '/ Rye--.____ 5.00 9.50 14.00 Duffy's Malt,for medicinal EI: OL can Provide an Absolute Guarantee Income ;
I Rye .__._._ 5.00 950 14.00, purposes..____ $':.00 $7..5" $11.50: ::: f'
time had m.u -----------
been looked upon with favor'by I Pepper Rye3.0 9.50 14.00 Shaw'sMalt_______---_______ 4.00 ;..5 11.50 t, ,,..,.,
\ royalty the nobility and the r L'ye----_ 5.00 9.50 14.00 Henry's Malt_____ ____ 4.00 7.75 11.50 I
people i; Rye.-_____. 5.00 9.50 14.00 Corn Malt_____._ ._.-.-__-....._ :.)) 5.75 6.50 I P. DUNCAN i
f ,- were now viewed with suspicion j, R. e_. ___ 5.00 9.50 14.00 E. Special gent
by the A few before straight '15 :
government days .
Oldm) __.________ 4.00 7.50 ll.CO #t i .
the wedding of Sidney Pyle and a We charges on all == STARKE} FLORIDA. .a : ,'
; :- pay express : I .
: Peach and Honey ficm $2.00 to 3.00 per gallon.
b :.50 No
to $ or more. express
'I, ) paid for less than$ .50. DOMESTIC WINES. i ;
i .: BLENDED WHISKIES. 4 Qts. 8' Qts. 12 Qts.I l1U1U"l1UU! !U1U1U1UlulUUaU1U1U1U1UIU! !! J1U1U1Umu lf
is brands. are known to everyone.. &t. California Sherry.---- $.25 $3.50
: distillers, ana are standard the Cabello Sherry: __ 2.00 8.75 5.50
! +II / 4 Qts. 8 Qts. 12 Qts. Stand Blackberry Cordial. 1.25 2.25 3.50
i ;
'' ______ $...00 $9.50 .14.00 Choice Blackberry....... 1.25 2.25 3.50 WILLIAMS PAYS THE tf'I
un..u 9.50 14.00 Carlos Port __________ 2.U 3.75 5.50 fRElfi
a ____ 5.00
1:25: 3:50:
_.nmn----_________. n5.00 9.50 14iOO Cnl.Sweet Mnscatelle:::::: 225
Y ___________ 5.00 9.50 14.00 Garrett's Old Scuppernong. 2.00 4.00 6.UO
I _-_--_-_..________. 4.00 7.50 11.00 The above wines are absolutely pure and are
____________________ 3.00 5.75 8.50 the most popular selling before the public to. 211 West Bay St. -P. O. Box 401- JACKSONVILLE, FLA. "
s! the Coste______._____ 2.75 5.50 8.15 day. ,;. "
._________ '
1 his ____ 2.50. 4.75 7.00 CORDIALS. J. J. WILLIAMS r .
:; 4 Qts. 8 Qts. 12 Qts. Creme de Men the Imported__ ____ _____$1.25 .'o .
:, tI OdCorn Benedictine Imported___---,.-.-_.....--__ 1.75 CASE GOODS. HOMESTEAD OORN WHISKEY :;
he .. _____________ Chartreuse,Yellow Green, .__ 1.50 '
$3.00 $5.75 $8.50 or Imported DESOTO RYE.
1 gallon ;Jug. express paid________f J *
Old Corn, 90 proof :!..5 5.25 7.75' Vermouth Imported.____________ __ 1.00 ftSFEOIA& :
.... t Corn._____-___ 2.50 4.75 7.00 Curacao........._____._________ __n-_-_ _-n--__-.--. 1.50 4 Full Quarts Express paid______f 5 00 .: OFFER : .
e: 6" 1/ ______ 7 00 Idlebrook Whiskey'!in drum*-Distillery- ';?"-.if.f
. '" Il' do not pay express charges on goods under $2.b0 per gallon. I handle eVe 12" .. _____ 12 75 Bottling. Express Paid. ,.-
.; pertaining to the liquor business and if there are any goods you want II ;
12 freight paid_____ 12 00
100 Pints in drum Express paid.. $38 00 >
not in this list, send me your order and I will forward same to you i WILLIAMS' No; 10 RYE.
200 Half Pints ln drum" ."
.. I make specialty of Old Whiskies and Wines for Family and Me- : 8600Sold < ;",
4 Full Quarts Expresspaid._____I 3 20
.1 only by drmu{Will, not break dram -'. ::;
"" purposes. All goods guaranteed under the Pure Food and Drugs Act. 6" ._____ 4 50 '.: :. 'r
.:; THOMAS CARR, 12" 9 00 CORN WHISKEY Express Paid. :.;;l':

. i 3 T p ; 127 Main Street, Jacksonville, Fla. 24' II II _____ 9 50 Rocky Fork per bottle Ex. pd.$140.' : ,"
" ...1 I CUT THIS "AD." OUT FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. OLD HALIFAX RYE. Rocky Fork per rtisa ___1273sco '1
i 4 Full N. O. White bet let, 1 gal" :
1j'i -S.' Quarts Express paid $ 4 20 :: .-- :1;
i i .. N.O. White rl .. :
, I 6" _____ 6 00 fine! gal 15J' ,. ?
i. 12 .. .& _____:1200 Laural Valley Coral gal" U ... 8 U J-;" ''''' :

.' t 3 ./ .. I SUNNY SOUTH RYE. RYE WHISKEY-Express Paid. ;: >I

:. .bt..t, + be CASKETS reap You figs' sow If you thfafles plant and 4 Full. Quarts Express ______$ 2 75 >1' Per Gallon?:I r.[;:
Ff, L"' of Ferry's Seeds you 6. -------4 00 QueenOity---i.Expresapaid' |2 BOSe'J'
.., And a Full Line .
4 crow exactly what 12 II I'8- 00 Sunny South____,a_. ." 375' : ;\::;;
Supplies I I you profusionand expect and in 86 Pints ------ 12 00 Rye Malt- ------' -- .. 8 Olf J' .""'i/';"*'

.', erlec- YELLOWSTONE BOURBON. Hurdle Rye SpeciaL" .i 4 ISOB": .
I .
\'. hand. The best ser i tion never Overholt._______.:___ .. ". 1. .
"' 4 SO> ;
J. excelled. 4 Bbttles, express paid,.__________f 5 40 .
2.4 DBOVZ TH; POINT 0V HIS WSAPOJf UTTO RI'chHill __ at. 4 IrA, ."":'. ,
at the lowest prices. Special Case ---------?. VII .
;; a express paid--------------- 12 75 "
1, HIS XtOOCl'S HKABT. Fifty Planter it .. nh,.. ,;. .
--------- -4. u <
to Telegraph Orders. stl33rS of OLD BOONE Old Boone____ _L. iiii ::,
5 04
'. the Countess Amelle de Carpellier the ___
; andexperience Bottled in bond by the U. S. Gov'm't. Williams' Private Seal 8 00
a :groomJo be was arrested and taken to f
t'l if them re-
Embalmer 4 Full Quarts, Exp. paid { 5 00 '
liable.I Farale -------- ,
ii ;the Bastille. everywhere. Fe", ', 12 Full Quarts Exp. paid_______ 12 75 ALCOHOL i " been his part alone to discover 1910 Seed AMiIaI 24 Full Pints, Exp. paid________-_ 13 75 One Grade Only and jug Ex. pd $480 f
ti: the nature of the accusation that r'M C. LIVINGSTON & Co. free D. BL on litany request a co. 48 }'U1l7 i Pints Exp. paid_______ 13 00 GIN, Express paid|$2, 50. $3 25 and 60":"
led to hIs imprisonment he would
> nev- Starke, Fla. DdnII", plea "
w-j.; t er have been Informed. "Through the Send
'Jv. :-girl he was to have married- learned i us a .
}iJ. ., .. : that be had been accused of clrculat-
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rh:. \ .sing
; r '. the- :'French peoplq to the advantages -- ASK THEnaff ..-..r .. :"

1 r of'-form' of government similar to V. Q ... (,w,. -.,
that recently inaugurated in the Unit- """ ti-- .
'' ? ed States. His accusers were first, the

-' : Marquis de Beaucbamp, who had been

' i $ C I > a-'initor for Amelle's band; second. 1

y Charles de Forles, whom Pyle had his
I beaten with foils at a fencing tournament he

before the court; third, Jean de
< Panics who had Insulted Pyle for the

; purpose of drawing him Into a real
': \ ; .''(l) intending by trickery to kill him. '

TMj'-' : 1 1 1rtd I The motives of the three men were not ( IllSilitt

: 1. made entirely clear or why they conspired \\.

together but it was evident

that Beauchamp had been the prime -
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i Pyle languished In prison several \ 4 la' + n) :
... ... .... .
o' years. He beard little from the outside .. .. ... T/x s i rJsvrfcwr j ,

iff ,{but what he did bear was that \ -
!T the Countess Amelle was secretly true : '*

fe.'tV :: > to him. It would not be safe for her to The name ROSE r order from us--

' .?' /to express herself so, far as be was x00 .
,, concerned openly. He also heard that is a guarantee of. ,;/ ,'a ux 6 because our. unconditional -
'. ; the discontent among the people was M u1 less r sD 53 / i --
high quality bu y nM. 111 .
dally growing. Then it reached his 111 I guaranteeto -* _

ears that the guards protecting the there is deal -.... refund
i; Bastille were being greatly strengthen a a great -- -- your
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t. ed. One day he heard indications of behind the iit "
name'* _. money you
commotion without-shouts, musketry,
t' 3 cannon. Then came sounds of the of sever large plants? are not. delighted
'breaking.,down of doors and finally a tli -
( At the (following prices, we prepay i ,
wild, demoniacal throng entered shouting where with the "
"' : everything express to all points leached by the Southern_ ncl' F 1; 'goooknown .-* 5"-*

; : j:, "You are free!" for making \ Adams Express Gjmpanies- will protect; you.
: Sidney Pyle before his Incarceration
*;*' T bad been full of kindliness for all whiskey better isin Rose's Mountain Dew Com Whiskey (a Our president-

i : mankind. He left the Bastille con
Pure Straight Whiskey-full strength-Stano'arcl! RANDOLPH
; sumed by a thirst for revenge One use. want
I :feeling alone at first dominated him-a Proof-mellow and delicious'YOU ,',
;;p:' desire to learn if the woman he loved to fe.el t ha t't $2.50: >ts an ,ex.pert .-*
'; gallon demijohn! h t .. J .
was In danger. Happily he discovered and
: when 2 gallon demijohn 4.15 2utnbrity J
f' ;. that her father who was a' stanch you are ordering t. ,

.:,..1 royalist. bad taken his family across from Rose's Winkles Rye-A Blend of Pure You have a chance
: \ the..border. making with a few others yourare .

r: .:: a nucleus for that multitude of emir : not dealing withirresponsible Straight Whiskies-full strength-standard. proof- to-see tL:$!!man' you-,
-" eres which followed. 'unrivaled and .
L' ; Pyle. having been a political prisoner '- in taste aroma will I deil l withM

;* + ,"bad: nothing to tear from the revo: :a peo- 1 gallon demijohn!! < 2.50 Standin gl l 1. ht benind '

lution.' Indeed he was carried outon ple. \Ve want you 2 gallon demijohn) 4.75With : i .; .
the shoulders of the mob and amid *,
s itfxe
? know order for two gallons (or more) we ;
.. their acclamations. Had it not been to your your ;

for.a purpose be had la view be might while will include-with our complimenfs-a handsome pint "ROSEiJtANDOLP1ROSE-, y
been to become of -money--
'have tempted one
L the Blenders IB the cause of freedom. hunting flask of rare old Rye Whiskey fine that ;

r. : But his purpose now that he knew the our possession:- is it is not for sale at all. .The quantity of'this fraeolJWhiskey gives' .yoiir-m; l -
fer -
countess was safe kept him in another ; safe if it
just '
r as as IS so limited that we cannot extend this ,1, ?
-<:h nuel His object was to find the 90 nal' rc.t fli air
s ;
: whereabouts of the three men who had were In the bank.. offer beyond January first, 1911. .
conspired against(him. Jean de Panel every ; W!f,

.. was the only one of the three who had ., Do not risk your irit d ..

remained in Paris. He had Joined the ev. 'k
with 1 .
; revolutionists and was a power among t ; money unknown "_' '{'t. : < !t.1. : : Jt .

i -them. The other two being royalists 'o JC; ; ,;\ a.ex .ne.
\ j people. R. M. ROSE CO'IPANY'U1"ABUSUD < .: .,
and known to bare been the cause of __ .._. .- : m' f' o. .

.; i i. r the Imprisonment of many persons on You do not take ':.1., : ;.. : -... .. :.t.,. 'k" .. ;' ,

r'; ;:' r j accusation of. djslo-. .ty, had gone to BANDOLHTIOSE .enr. : t..a'tiB: SO. r 'f y ,
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: yo_. OROKR. FROM HIUIIEST Y lI",; '' '''' 4 "'lr .4 r$ j
:L r; ,:. ; ; Pyle's 'fir'atlhCention was to settle '. --'-' -, : ', :.ID" ..;'tY, m ......CUQ ,;;,.-, ,'
i# f I with De Pavnes. But an open attack 111 P. 0. Box H 351 .Ja.. :SoIi IIe ./- \. ..(.1 ;..(> :,:\-1 ]I .". ..
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,Ua.. 9* Englneer: OfRcer !Are to Visit Secret Service Unearths Bold Counterfeiting the Ikgttlatnieof 1&3B under the Superior But ;Inexpensive Institution OoIVge of Arts and Scitnots,Noraiaj School. '

".J*' .Apalachlcola. Scheme.A CORNERSBy Cot II. ....t: of l 35, of t uf State of Florida,aid for Florida Young. "Men. MO.. .of ntLde, School of Art, & a.o'-'otEx; -

:if On 'October Htb .a board of enginer WasMngtcn: dispatch says: peatant to ... Constitution resolution of* pior08'11 the State of HUitndmeata Flor-- I t'on.Four colleen, IIgri.-.tlrur.. .. ex.. lu ., t.i I j.-e!'ai, Scicol of Home Economic. Firstt

''offlcera.; consisting-of CoL Dan C. The secret service has unearthed Ida three-anu lftha Lee of Mime all the were members agreed to elect by d a to voted each universityxtenbn.. K> per cent. lnereseat 46 i>r teas 3t.r..lawe nn.taastatauta. I ssluiyunent throughoutTuitf-'a .flee.
''Klngman Lleix M QUAD lust ;year. Attractive: bnl'di' FTaU- Oi lIt:' tpe,-.ea very low. For InfbrnUtJoji ads
what house
Col. Lansing H appears to be a bold and extensive ; that the votes on Mid joint n.oluuou logue I
were entered upon their respective journal, addre-4A.: A.Murphree Fred nt. dateConradl.!. ; ,Puafdent.
and Jt" H. wtli at
[ attempt :
Ferguson counterfeiting national .
I Copyright 1910 by Associated Literary with yeas and nays thereon, and they did de 4. ..
;l rln Aptfachlcola and hold a public bank notes.It I Pres termine and direct that the said joint resolutions : '- '. '
be submitted to the electors of the Stateat !
hearing anel'make a preliminary ex- is Intimated the country may be the general election in November 1910. "" T'p e
jfunlnation:; Of the Apalachicola flooded with them. Notes of the Now,therefore H.Clay Craw fordSeor ary p! 's
Bay 1 --0/---- ,. ,
of State for the
I Harmony Corners consisted of u Mate of Florida do hereby give -" -' """
j .Vaad: .. St George Sound, with a view to same denomination and Issue were : notice that a '. .' J"
store and blacksmith .
a (
f Determine the best location for a deep found on the Pasadena. Cal. national GEREUL ELECTIONwill ::

; .' !w.ler harbor with entrace channel Bank, issued on the First National shop. Moses Schiff ran the store. be held In each county In Florida on Tees' f 'I i

d :i|t from the Gulf of Mexico b Bank of WIIllBmsport, Pa. Jacob Schiff the postoffice and Peter day next gnccecding the first Monday in Nov Money Does Not Always :' "
way Sohiff the blacksmlt shop. Then there ember A. D. 1910, the said Taesday being the 1
:d East Pass. West Pass New Chief Wilkie is convinced that all
Inlet or f I Eighth of November
Pblletns Adin-
was Schiff. Aaron Schiff. .
: fjby an artificial cut 'across the bills are beta! ? made by the same I Buy
It. St. Gee rt a iron Schiff. Goodheart Schiff. Thursday for the ratification or rejection of the said Happiness ;
,_ Island consideration being gang and: has rushed orders by telegraph joint resolutions proposing the ameiidmtnte to ,
given to Schiff. Uodfear Schiff and Elijah the Constitution of the State of Florida, viz:
to service
& every man in
| the needs of
t tbe cities ot" Scbiff. all farmers within a radius of SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION,proposing an
|< ,ApaUchlcola:: and Carrabelle ,the country to spread the dagnets. amendment to Article XIX of the Constitution -
In two miles. Each Schiff was related to However, the man who has in the bank '
-f, creased harbor National bank notes in every city of the State of Florida relating to the money
facilities. all the other Schiffs by blood or mar- manufacture and wet or other disposal,t>f doesn't look } e
will be examine; Immediately by secret riage. It was a settlement of Seblffs intoxicating liquors beverages.Be upon the sordid tide of life as does ..

i Many Settlers Expected. service men to determine how extensive alone and had been for fifty years. Florida it resolved: by the Legislature of the State of the man who is broke. Money in the bank represents

; The ,Southern Engineering the issue has been. The fact No strangers were allowed to butt in. That Article SIX of the Constitution of the credit-the ,
.Companysis' State power of accomplishment. It
of Florida
be, and the same is hereby
received that the first was made on a bank In Old Moses who the with .
I Instructions store amended
from the ran so as to read as follows: creates
y ti city council of Car befe'Fa, 16 the west and appeared simultaneouslywith the help of a son was the patriarch of Article XIX. Section 1. The manufacture It gives one standing and
pre- another on a bank In tbe east and sale barter or exchange of&Intoxicating prestige in the comxnnnity.
l'par> the flock. He was adviser. Judge and
,, acomplettinap,of tbelrtdtyand, liquors and beverages, whether epiritnouti. 3
r. tier win commence convinced Chief Wilkle that the plans Jury in all matters. There bad never vinous malt, are hereby forever prohibiteu
Immediately"ou of the counterfeiters in the State of Florida, except alcohol for medical No matter how Email yonr start hare the
,, f jblC work. The company also sent a have been woil-i| been n case for the lawyers in that .Jentlflc or mechanical purposes, and yon =
; part to Lawtey. laid and that the extent of their ram. community. If there was a disagree- wine for sacramental purpos-es; the sale of full advantage of our facilities for increasing t t
Clay county to coml which ,
alcohol and wine for the aforesaid
J Iflcatlons Is problematical. The character ment it was taken to Moses. lIe said
< l account when
: plere some subdivision work for th shall be regulated by law. your you bank at the '
y'-! l|:Uncle Sam of the engraving on tbe note do this or do that, and It was done. fcc. 2. The Legislature shall enact suitable
'. Florida Land Company. laws for the enforcement of the provisions of
I tttttfles that have People said that Harmony Cornerswas
:K- Alf Old'fleld. ''the president of the they a complete this article. a si
plant a living, breathing example of the tire S. This article.rfiall go into effect on the
"r ./ /cocipany! pays that he expects that The Wllllamsport counterfeit Is of morality and unselfishness of human first day of July,A. D. 1911. BANK OF STARKE
t1p number of Northern people who
a higher' decree of perfection than nature. A JOINT RESOLUTION amendments
Ml settle] in Florida this winter wl'.l: those After all that half century of peace. to Article V of the Constitution of the STARKE FLA.
Pasedpna hank
the which
greatly on State of Florida, relative to the Judiciary
exceed the number !
pf settler ,
:: industry and good will Godfear Schiff department.
were prorounced by the secret service
6f the last few years. Their company was the one to produce discord. It Be it resolved by the Legislature of the State. of E. S. MATTHEWS L. C. RAY, ':
men to be the best they had seen In Florida< :
directly! represents several of the recent I was another proof tbat there's nothing That following amendments to Article V PRESIDENT CASHIER ,
... years.
large; Chicago land companies which : In a name. It was seldom that anything .>f the Constitution of the Stat ofIo'lorida. relative DIRECTORS: .
to the Judiciary department, to be Dum'Lt.'rf'd
are colonizing In Florida: which places : called a SchJff away from home Sections! 40 and 41 of Iud Article E. S. Matthews G. C. Livingston

them. In 'a position to know to what DALE LASHED NORTH SEA. but on an occasion Godfear bad to and the same are hereby agreed tq and shall be A. M. Darby John Uglow :
submitted to the electors of the state at the
extent settlers may be expected. I make a Journey to Pittsburg eighty general election to be held on the first Tuesday A. H. Freeman
I Many Lives Reported Lost and Vessels miles away. It was a serious event. after the first Monday in November A. D.1910, a ,
for ratification or relectlonto-wit;, ,
Auspicious Opening. Driven Ashore. 'It called for serious talk and many Nc.1I9.: From and after the adoption of these<<

The Florida state school for he :Many lives are reported lost In tei- prajers. He might; return alive but and amendments for Rscambia the Criminal county shall Court be known of Record as the in

deaf 'and blind (opened at St. Augustine rlflc gales which have lashed the the chances were very much againstit. Court of Record in and for call county
His will had been made for addition to their present jurtMliction.:the said
'* ,' for the season Friday under the North sea, hurling several wrecks oa: years. court, and the Judge thereof, shall have, in
't:1od'usplelous London and be read It over fed the cows and Excambia county concurrent with the circuit
conditions In the history the coast! says a dispatch.The
departed. court of said county and the Judge thereof, the
ot this most worthy institution.The steamer Welhome foundered In same original jurisdiction of all other cases =
benefit of the handsome the gale off Cromer. The engineers Godfear reached the Smoky City and matters and the same power and authorityto ::::
new right end up. much to his astonish it-sue all writs aa the circuit court of said f f
building was manifest when the were drowned and several stokers He county and the Judge thereof excepting capital
saw stores and
school opened. Everything was in were reported missing. The others factories. He saw a sewing machine empanel cases grand, and the jury.power to summon and em-

perfect condition t*> begin the work on board were saved after a long In show The same rules of procedure and practiceand /
a window. and as he stood All Your
rights of trial by judges ad litem and referees -
of the school year and the large buildIng fight against the sea. Dispatches I.;) looking at it a "barker" pulled him in which obtain in said circuit court shall Money BacK .
looked mercantile marine agencies reported obtain in said court of record. The Uovernor
most Inviting In and the merits
every dopartment. of the machine were may,in his discretion, order any one of the cir
that several other vessels, most of explained. He thought well of It. cuit judge of the State to hold one or more ,
terms or parts of terms of said court of record. ,
them craft
fishing are believed to There
were seven children in his family :Sec.: 40. The Supreme Court of thu State shall
: Ordered Into Camp. have been lost. ) and much sewinsr to do Not a have annellate jurisdiction in *11 causes of
t which Is to said court of Ii You Are Not Satisfied
jurisdiction granted
The. Florida Coast Artillery has! been Life .saving stations at a number of Scbiff bad a labor saving machine of record. Appeals and writs of error shall be .-
ordered into camn at Fort DeSoto. points along the coast reported res any sort, not even a corn,sheller or an prosecuted from the said court of record to the
: Court in accordance with the laws Your Trial
Supreme Doesn't
Ttls,< company which belongs to the cues. Disabled ships drifting helpless apple parer. As their grandfathers and rules governing such proceedings from the Cost a Cent. .

National Guard'of Florida bears a
; relation to the national service ,, The tempest was one of high wind i fear was In town three days. He call- and all laws enacted' in consonance therewith -
ed to inspect( that machine sixdlft'erent pertaining to the said Criminal court of
sewing t
than fiaes the Infantry of the gua'dThe .. and driving rain: and at points along : record and the officers thereof, including the

artillery company the only one the coast the beaches were strewn times. At last he drew along manner of the appointment or election and the The .
breath and decided to take the terms of office and compensation of said officers same goods for R
In the state. Is stationed at Plant City, with -wreckage. t shall apply with like effect to the aid ..
chances and ordered the !
and Is instructed h the use of the Homer Is known In marine circles thing sent on court of record and the officers thereof,exceptas
to him. provided by these amendments. The present
biff guns In the coast defen lfl. They afl a dangerous place. Treacherous The Schiffs dealt officers of said criminal court of record less money. : '
never peddlers shall be the officers of said court of l'f'iCordand
are kneed as Infantry, but are under I tales and currents run off the prom-I nor 3Jlent.The very same machine discharge the duties and receive the emolu- ,.
-the command of the commandant of entorits at that point and sea ments of their respective offices until the expiration .
could have been
I, I I bought at of their present terms of office. The
the fort and can be called upon when buts :with ttrifoc force against thegreat fear's own gate any day in the we k. salary of the Judge of said court of record shall Prompt service and :
tea wall be two thousand and five hundred dollars a .
needed Moses sat that machine in ,
on a Judicial year,payable quarterly by the county of Es- ,
I I capacity for a week and then decided cambia and may be increased by the Legislature. -

'\ Shot From Ambush. Elks Make Improvements.The that It must be given up. It From. and after the expiration of the term of polite attention. : ;L: : .

I'f Douglas Lawery, colored residing at St. Augustine Lodge of Elks was witchcraft: it was an innovation: office of the present Judge the Judge of said ", H1

i Duyal, :'Fla-, was shot from ambusa always looking to public improve- :!: it -would break Tip the long prevailing. court years. of record shall hold his office for four ,I ;. "' '<'' .:;

and Instantly killed while entering the Meats In the neighborhood of their I!I; harmony of Harmony Corners. God. '

rear of his residence. Lawery was beautiful headquarters, are,.now com I I I fear bucked. The invention bad been JOINT ment to RESOLUTION Section thirty-five proposing of Article. an V amend of the "

shut m 'the back with a charge of pItting the concrete walk In trams of i tested. and it would do more sewing Constitution of Florida, relating to establishment the : :

I ;;+ small ,shot, which scattered from his their premises on the bay paralleling I I j I In a day than his wife could do by Be it resolved of the Legislature of the Stateof Mitchell Drug M6D ,.

z;r neck:to his hips. Following the shooting the present sea wall. The Improvement :;: band in a week. There was no odor That Florida the :following amendment to Section ,

-Cajef> Deputy Sheriff Oscar Nolan will he completed within the: of brimstone about It. It ate no bay thirty-five of Article V of the Constitution of
pr oats and occupied but a small Florida is hereby agreed to and shall be proposed f
next few
and, Deputy Sheriff Frank Jones ac- days. The Elks about a and submitted to the electors the State .
space.! Some of the other Schiffs. and for approval or rejection at the next general Slarke Florida
companied by Justice of the Peace E; year ago. that all property
I 1 I i .
particularly the wives backed him up. election hereafter, that Is tosay, said Section .
E. Wtifard. went to Duval. A coron owners along tbe bay front should con- thirty-five of Raid Article shall be amended so
er's Jury was empaneled and the- investigation stiuct a sidewalk along the sea wall I I I Of course. the news that Godfear as to read as follows: 1 Itt
;. Schiff had "broken out" was passed Sac. 85. No courts other than herein specified *
I begun. The sheriff's force and thereby bring Into existence a I'j i around the country and the immedi- shall be established in this State except I-
have several clues which the olflceraworklrg continual promenade along the entire i j that the Legislature may provide for the creation %
I Date I result! was to brings swarm of and establishment such additional Judicial h' :
on the cane believe will lead water front of St. Augustine, stretching '!|, sewing machine agents down on the circuits as may from time to time become ''
to the'I. Pture of the person who tied from the old Fart Marion on the necessary, and for the appointment by FI
? II Schiff tribe. They had sewing ma- the Governor ai.d confirmation by the Senateof
the fatal shot IJIrth.I additional circuit judges therefor, whxe .
chines that would
ruck. hem raffle,
term of office and general jurisdiction shall! t** : 'I M
braid embroider,, patch sew on but the same aa. herein provided for the circuit Lands For Sale :
I II.t I +
|t Soli Survey and Map. | Columbia College Opens. ton. rock the baby churn the butter judges herein already commission provided for with and judicial rosyclotheanyratiroad :

Thes:United States department Of agriculture Columbia College held Its opening I, feed the hens sort over potatoes build powers in all matter connected with the functions 1. Selected best gmde-Unimproved Track and Farm Lands

'J will soon Issue the report on exercises at Lake City Fla., .IB tea I the fire and all that and they came of their oftlce.: within one to four miles of Starke in lots to suit purchaser fhwa

the eqll survey of the Marlanna area, college auditorium and was attended and talked and. talked. Then the tin The votes cast in compliance with said proposed -f 5 acres np to 500 acres or more. At actual present selling values I '1

Florid_ The report will( be accompanied by a large number. The exerciseswere peddlers and parlor organ men came. and amendment returns thereof, and the shall canvass be subjected dcclarationu >d to- and on easy payments. Owned by myself-no commission or rj ,,

by a large map showing In colors most appropriate. Lake City Moses Schiff saw the cloud no bigger the game regulations and restrictions as are Bpecnlations. Nobody to consult except myself and the purchaser"Fine I+

4 the location and extent of the rations takes much pride In this institution I:. than a man's hand and ho called a state provided of Florida.In by law. for general elections in the make opportunity the for young or old to buildup and own a home; :iwd j ,I
easy payments out of the soil.
soil! tvpes found; In the area, and will and always lends a ready hand to aid gathering of his clan. He was heeled Testimony Whereof I have hereunto set all deferred payments. If want to Low rate of intereelj< ,on i '

contain a description of the area, its In the movement and betterment of !t. I with statistics to prove bow greatly of my the hand tate and of Florida affixed,the at great TaUiihii-seal town come and see me you, whether own you a have home much near a or prorix'httJe'>rons -;

climae, agriculture and soils. It wasprepared The attendance will be large this year those inventions of Satan had increased (SEAL) see, the capital, this twentyfifthday money for first payment. : 4

by Messrs. Grove B. Jones. and wll! exceed the attendance of an; I the wickedness of the world. Thou of July,A. D. 1910.! 2. Residence lots in Starke one to four blocks from -

B. W. Rowe J C. Britton R. B. Hardison previous :year. ., sands of murders burglaries. horse H. CLAY Secretary CRAWFORD of Stute., 3. Beautiful summer resort lots fronting Kingsley depctr'. J .

thefts. elopements and so on could be -" ",- ; i .
and C. R. Zappone Jr. of the !
C. L. Peek
bureau of soiln. University of 'Florida. directly traced to them. Did they Notice of Election. Starke, Fla. : i(

I I The fall of the want to find themselves on the gallows -
University of *
I ? Did know that
want to
Old Landmark Gone. Florida began at Gainesville with they To the sheriff of Bradford County, of the State
their children In state ? of Florida: .
were prison ,
MrJ E. Simon died at Ma, home nSaiford prospects of tha most successful in
In fact lid they sigh to meet Satan Bu if known thttt I, H. Clay Crawford, Secretary ---- -- -- ..
Fla.. after a short Illness the history of that! Institution. Already of State for the Mate of Florida do litre- ---'-" ---
face to face nnrl be rau !lir up and sent by give notice that aGENERAL
with fever. Mr. Simon was born In more than J50 students have === -
down to the hot place by rapid transit! ? ELECTIONwill m ;
1FITf "
Fra1d. rt. Germany: nearly etxtyefbhtyeAr' engaged rOOTS in Thomas and Buck- I a
If they bought parlor organs and h'ltHn Bradford county State of Flor
; ago. He came to Sanford in man halls while many will take quartets sewing machines, what next? Why, ida.on Tu-slay first !'uc-{<.ina: the art Monday tI
lS$2.:and had been'! actively engaged In the city. Indications are that in November A. D. 1910 the said Tuesday I ,
brass bedsteads chinaware. furs new being the
Inbitiiness there since that time hay the enrollment this will i '
year for
bats coru shellers. carpets: and stuffed EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER.For Buggy
ing a, crockery md notion store on 830. The exce'lent faculty cf the university j't chairs would be sure to follow and Rt-presentativetfrom the 2d Congre-
First; street He had been so longIdrntjintd for the coming scholastic year then farewell to the harmony of Harmony al District of the of United Florida tatis.; in the sixty-second Cougrevs -

with the town his death was Is an assurance cf success. Corners. With tears in his For two Justices of the Supreme Court of the I

y i tiie iassing of one of the landmarks. eyes he besought nnd wrestled but a I State:For of two Florida.Member: of the House Rtpresentativi ,

Elks Are Apoolnted. number of the Schiffs! bad got startedon I Railroad Commissioners of the Stateof
For two
Bold Jewelry Theft. Hon. Louis! M. Lively of Tallahas. the downward road and wouldn't Florida. We are prepared to furnish buggies foT
Diamcnd, pearl 'and Turquoise Jew* pne of Florida's representatives to I hold up. It was only four days after For county Assessor of Taxes.

elry-valued at more than f60Q was the: last meeting of the Grand Lodgeof .the meeting tbat one of them boughtan For For Tax County Collector.Treasurer.For erybody in Bradford and adjoining counties pit h .

looted from the residence of WilliamI the nevolpnt and Protective Order egg beater and the click of the five County Commit"iioners.! > most reasonable prices. 1 ; :t '
For three Members of the County Board of : :
i Robert*.'of Roberts & Gore real of F.ks at Detroit has received spoon against the bowl would be beard Public Instruction.For t

erta e!. at 1609 8L Johns avenue Jack- information: from Grand ExhaTted In his family no more. Then came a Justice justice of districts the Peace, viz: In and for the following We have just received and unpacked al uf 1

SODVjlle., Flu Mr. Hubert fBlPfwer Ruler August Hermann of Cincinnati :I dollar alarm {clock and this was followed No.2.No. ,
9.. carload and others '
the time the robbery the of seated chairs. are on way. j ; -
# at home at of tipnointiitest: of the following by n set cane ; No 4.No.7..

was commttted but were all out on a deputies for Florida: For the North- Satan had got his grip. I ;
8. demand for the famous
mi? gallery. Unconscious that any era District Hon. Herbert A. Low In one year from that visit of God- For No. Constable in and for the following justice Tison & Jo 1 les

.hir hi "----1' .".... 1"4\.,."...... say of Oulnt:)' Lodge No. 1111. For the I fear's to Pittsburg the leaven was I No.! districts 2.No. viz: buggy has been so heavy that none of them op d .

b'1'to to find two front rooms turned southern d'ntrict Hera. Jefferson B. j working overtime. The Schiffs were .8.No. be
secured but
at odds were bringing lawsuits 4. we are now ready to supply 6ur
topsy turvy dresser drawers out, Browne, of Key West Lodge No 3S1.InJuJ'Y they No. 9. \
trams open and the Jewelry gone. against each other; they were putting In Testimony Whereof,I have hereunto set customers with these favorites. '

I down ingrain carpets in their parlors: my hand and affixed the great seal .
I May Prove Fatal (SEAL) of the State of Florida,at rau h->- i i
: Factories May Change Base. A cad nrridert befell Mrs. Claud they were buying patent churns; the eee, the capital this :29th day of tt r
IP I went to church barefooted August,A. D. 1910. ,n
men uo longer
rdflt.nt. rumors are afloat to the' Talum at T):-and Fla.. when she and I I H. CLAY CRAWFORD.
her irov,..- '"-'... Mrs Allen Tatnci and In their shirt sleeves. Old Secretary of State. '
efee t that Quite a number ot TampaclgJr I '
Moses called another gathering and To J.N. LANGFORD. '
manufacturer are considering sent to f".. river swamp te cut some I threatened and bulldozed. but the cyclone Sheriff.Bradford county. J. %W. AN-DREWS & SON .
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the "estab'isbrneat of branch factories alnotto ( .g. cutting tbe cab- ; bad got started and the only L- __ ; 0

In fscksonrille. u a result of the base, In romp w-y the tree fell nJl: I IMn. out for him was to commit suicide. rBASK C ABY.: THOB. W.TIKLDIXG. :

prolonged strike In the South Florida latnm crashing her shoulltr, way Clark & _
i Two years later half of Harmony Fielding, <
eltvj rumor originating front and beIng trsaktac t9'ie ribs and otherwise serionslt Corners was! owned by others Lawyer Starke Florida ;: .
!n'"irnr! her. Dr. ALobiook ,
;strengthened by>> the fact that a !: i than Sohiffs. and the harmony of half :

lane number cf leading munfactnrrs'have wall immmtittely! summoned from I a century wa! harmony no more. And Practice in all Courts, State and Federal Stables Next Door to County Court Bouse. .:- l

'J +? vi itM 4wIQ Flint City, and gives very little loge (
then Its name was changed to one Offices Gainesville National .
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: '? d Ladies up-to-date skirts at Leviton's. .WHOLESALE_ MIX-UP. !IN' LARD.. LINES. .. WAND'1 riL;i::; .. "J H. : a. f ICHA ..
': ; ., To purchase for client, a farm near ...
Jackonviile But Owners TaKe ,Hatter In Good ,Partand Starke Fla. Most be improved and ; -T 1f.

Bits .of Local .* of this city.Jndge'Wills, Prepare- For Adjustment.Northeast ready for occupancy* Geigraf. .f Insurance; ,

returned Tuesday night of Heilbronn Springs is a :"
P. O. Box'182, Starke, Fia. ,
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from Macclenny, j here he had been scope of very rich land, thickly settled, represenbut FIRST ,

Information I holdibg the fall term of the circuit court largely: by scions of the old and respected companies and #\ be constantly -

,' for Baker county:. Norman family, but also by many R. F. ENSEYCivil alert to promote =your interests., '(i"

';, er..rahtl 0.' t-..jJ.. 2J1WiaN.. ... other good mei, ail young and indus antee courteous treatment to all] ;

l', 'TUs ,1l'wa Ia.... ...". ..., J:..... .. John Shrivel, the enterprising Ward trious. The land holdings of each are and Mechanical Engineer. A well written ;policy by a ft;: --
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mercnant, bought heavily this season r .
City dLD
small, but they are good farmers, make TOWN. FLA.TwentjHYears' agent in a: flrsUclass company !, '
filled almost to
and has his store
: abundant crops and hare bank accountp. in case of low by] -
with choice merchandise for ,
overflowing -
Experience in the Field. liL&.mRitBA
Until a few days one circumstance
1 I There are BO dull days at. Leviton's. Clothing at Leviton's. his customers. The Shriver store has ago I Starke
caused them nnhappiness-none of them ,
Concrete Construction and Railroad -
for i
See, Shriver,for your fall and winter Cotton p8 now 'coming to Starke in lug enjoyed a reputation high-class bad the least idea of where his land Work Specialties. '

i.. goods. large quantities and the gins of Canova goods at moderate prices and it is a fa- lines and corners were. The situationat :
: Prices 1 & Knight'are busy preparing it for market vorite trading place with an ever-in last became so serious that Jerry, Florida Land Line Relocated wit A !C11IV7' DR. N. FRANC1Office ,
Cypress shfhgu at Quigiey's. 1 I creasing number of people. I rl'
I'I. the best.. 923-4t I Frank, J. S. and Henry Norman D. B. "' i,!

1 Mrs. Annie Richard and son, Master Mr. and Mrs. W. iWarlick.tof;Eli Browning and Leton David and Char- DR. LEROY W. DENHAM\ General .efrgery a Specialty, 5
j Big line of calicoes 5 cents per yard at Johns to H.E. Bonn,1. 10 to 12-1 to'iJa l'n
Morgan, returned to Jacksonville Mon- jay,%Ga., are new comers to Starke. ley agreed get Lagergren, ...

BhriTCr's..: day after a short'visit with Starke lela- They will live at the Mahone farm of Starke, to set comers for them. The = Dentist = _n.Kate cWeli.patron in eharcvof e'

. :- Switches cluster puffs and curls "at I tives. north of town and Mr. Warlick will first instruction given him was, "Be Office over 1' Michel!'.Drug Stor l'z

i Lane1*. Ch.iutAcquaattraction engage in strawberry and truck farming. sure you are right then go ahead' and Edwards Bid*. Stark, Fia. I 'j: R't az
The Whistling Boy a Starke't' .
He thinks also of engaging in the dairy the second to the line and let the : 't
,' Patent leather Persian belts at secured for the enter.
i ana has been .
) q business an enterprise that the town chips fall where they wilL"Those :1-- v
: Lane's. < tainment Friday evening, Oct. 14th.
.9; : 1 stands in need of. Until lately Mr who saw a troop of men cruising .
:; t hats 98 cents at' Hear him. the woods and fields J 0t
1175 men and boys. Warlick was assistant cashier of the over laughing, t ,

z : BhiiTer's. Mr. Oscar Alvarez and family have bank in his town;and gave up the pod joking and singing, would have thought Fall Opening '; '

i I' Butterine'3'P only 30 cents a pound at J. gone to Atlanta, where,Mr. Alvarez has tion to try Florida farming.Dr. they were on their way to a picnic in- t

Carter's. entered the Dental College for the studyof stead of slashing up their own fields and L t

!H! O. dentistry. P. H. Kennedy, physician and putting their residences on their: neigh: of !. f I
: A'son i was born to Mr. and Mrs. Bert surgeon, is a recent addition to Starke's bors' lands. Yet such was the case. I
:Mr. and Mrs. J. Hampton Jones have 9 t
V i Strong. Sunday. citizenship. Dr. Kennedy is a native of: Not a field was entered but was "hewn"off Millinery and Nptions
moved to Jacksonville and are making ;
merchan- Charleston, S. C., where his father has on two sides and added to on the j
kinds of
{ in all
s, their home with Mrs. B. E. Jones at 118 i S
dise see J. O. Carter. .- East :Monroe street. for years been prominent in business other sides, the "chips" consisting of : i. rVN

r and political circles. He is a graduate I turnip and strawberry patches, corn, at ,

1 Big line ladies' and children trimmed :Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Livingston, :Mrs. i from Creighton University, Omaha, ; cotton- pea, pinder and potato rows, i

I hats at Shriver's. C. P. Cason and Mr. H. O. Richard wentto Nebraska, and the New York PostGraduate buildings and fences. One lost one-half ..LANE'STuesday !- i 1 .

Millinery opening at Miss Sayles Saturday Jacksonville by automobile Wednes- Hospital and School, of New of his well, another his entire well. On- I! '"

"' October 8th. day and returned home Thursday. York City. #ie'has taken\ the suite of ly three men, woo) had cautiously built : the \
I 11thWednesday
.. purl neck offices in the Alvarez building recently in the center of their land, escaped ,
:.4-. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Rembert Spentt'l" All the new ideas wear
.. 7 at Lane's. Dutch collars and : vacated by Dr. T. D. Gunter. losing their residences; yet 'all took in i {I.'

,! Monday in Jacksonville. I If good part their losses, for the.outcome : ,
ties are the vogue for: this MiddY/ A COMING ATTRACTION.
: best in the market, 10 / had The
Ginghams, I you will find them at this store. not.been unexpected. crops I "' -
for 95 cents at Leviton's. will be those who
yards gathered by plantedand the 12tl
-- H. :Mr. Entertainment To Be Given By Hrs. \ -
Mr. and :Mrs. W. Dowling, j
the will be moved inside
L : 6' will I buildings : r
1 of 666" cure' I
5 doses any '
:. or fever. Price 25c. and :Mrs. J. :M. :Mitchell and Mr. James Simmons Assisted By Local Talent. lines. Already hogs are being l
of chills and -
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Dowling visited friends in Gainesville Friday evening Oct. 11th Mrs. Jan- fattened for the "house slippings" to 1910 .

4y. W. N. Murdaugh u having his hotel Sunday, making the trip by automobile.The nette Simmons assisted by local talent take place later and all are happy over -- \ :\ .

: on North Walnut street painted. W. C. T. U. will meet next Mon will give an amusing and highly enter- the possession of reliable corners and All are cordially invited to inspect the> rttyst.lea
; Sofa pillows and laundry bags, new day evening at the usual hour, 3:30. Let taining program at the High School Au the coming frolics. They promise to sit for. the season. I' .

i and beautiful designs at Lane's. every member be present. Very impor- ditorium. There will be everything to down by their corner posts occasionallyto

tant business. Mrs. D. E. Knight, Sec- entertain and please and no one should cheer their loneliness and'to build

,1 Meals at all hours, 25c, at Adams restaurant retary. miss this attrrction. The entertainment comfortable fires near them on cold ;

f' Thompson street/Starke. | is given under the auspices of the W. C. nights. ; .
Mr. and Mr*. L. H. Austin have rent-
H. R. Brown, of Brooker, was transacting T. U., though the program will not be This little episode shows the friendliness t
; ed the Edwards house near the county
.: ;;. business in Starke Monday. of that nature, and the proceeds will be and intelligence of the people of .
court house and are prepared to accommodate -
used to defray the expense of the brass that neighborhood and marks that part
', Revds. L. W. Kickliter and G. W. the public with good meals and RE2
f : band secured for the picnic here on Oct. I as a desirable one to settle in. To those ciOTHING AT GREATLY
' : Stewart Jacksonville Tuesday. comfortable rooms. %
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'i2' 21st. who wonder how land lines could have

:',; ;" ;'1't Hon. H C. 'Peeples, of Dukes, was Just received a Urge shipment of all Mrs. Simmons has been heard in been so badly tangled the explanation is i i

. :: ;: among the visitors in Starke Monday. kinds of shoes. Some the best made Starke before and needs no introductionas that the sections in which the lands are

;' t" ;;; Carl many friends are glad and some not so good. All will be soldstrictly her talent as an impersonator and situated are very irregular'and the ex- DU ED PRICE

, r l k.! ,: '. to see him up again after his long illness. according to their value. No dramatic reader is claimed by those who terior lines obliterated there were no _

,4 y. misrepresentations. Terms cash. J. W. have heard her to be the best ever heardin definite points to "step" from by the ..

s Mr. and Mrs. G. W. A>adrewa, of New Hodges, Starke. our city. Tickets on sale after Wed land owners in designating their bound- \ ".

'- River were visitors to Starke Tuesday. nesday at Starke Drug Co. aries and the usual r
thumb rules which
+ F The new jail building is already occu- For the next thirty ,days we will sell allMEN'S
4''. Good bleaching, 86-inches wide, thirteen pied. Mrs, Elizabeth Gardiner and Presbyterian Gnnrcn Directory.Rev. I answer tolerably well in regular ai cdons SUITS'and

: 'yards for a dollar. M. Leviton, family on the ground floor and will Wm. T. Morgan, Minister. I, were utterly at fault in this case. PANTS at About f.: what they

" fitarke. cook for the prisoners, Frank Gardinerto Phone 50.Sabbatb. The Johns Furniture Co., of this city, cost us, and ,persons h 0 are interested in this

:, t New skirts, poplin in all the new act as the jailer. Four prisoners- occupy School, 9:45 a. m., Sunday.J. have lately opened a branch store at class of merchandise will profit bplgiving usa-call.

' shades, ginghams for school dresses at the cells. M. Truby,'Superintendent. Lawtey. J. C. Coney of the firm, is in

'; i Morgans. 9-18-tf Last Friday night Geo. Collins, a col- Preaching Services, 11 a. m. and 7:30 charge of the store at Lawtey. In the meantime we will sell }last: J; other goods "

, Bermuda onion sets, white and red, at lored barber of Thomasville suburb had p. m. Every fourth/Sabbath morningat at very reasonable prices. for this s'tqre is the home

L. D. Register &Co's. near the depot seven razors and two hair clippers stolen Hawthorne. )
of reasonable prices. !.i .r-
.. Etarke. ; from him. Constable. Jones found the Christian Endeavor Society, 3:80 p. One Cent a Word J .

thief 'Who was a white boy, and recovered m., Sunday. Cosmo Alvarez, Presi. ; If
r Miss Hattie Willa returned to New the stolen articles. d en t. you are not already a egIJjF customer of i

Smyrna Monday after a visit with relatives -- ours call and let ] '
acquainted '
i Prayer and Bible Study 7:30 p. m., us. get ;
; Mrs. E. Frank Thomas and little .
f here. son Wednesday. FOR RENT-6-room cottage. Mrs.'C.A. .It 1

left for Lake City Friday after a visit of Wills, Starke. ,
..: Mrs. T. W. Elarbee and little son, of Sunday School Teachers' Meeting 4 "
several months with her
parents, Mr.
' "b Jacksonville,. spent Sunday with Mrs. p. m. Thursday. RENT 2 houses, one.t 6 and
and Mrs' R. O. Allen, at'the Commercial Ladies' Aid Society, Tuesday 3 p. m. F9R one L.D.REGiSTEJ&co.
W. J. Griffin. hotel. :Mr..and Mrs. Thomas will Mrs. Mary C. Hull, President. : |8 per month. Keys at Mrs. Bnrn- .

make Lake City their future home. A cordial invitation is extended to everyone -! sed's. W. Lake 8-26-tf ff 1
J. W. :Morgan attended the funeral of who has no church home to wor- (Near Depot) [I;

1 the late Captain- N. B. Broward at Jacksonville :Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Long, Misses Dea I ship with as.Plttsburp. FOR SALE-3-burner blue flame oU .t '

I,:.. r Monday. Weeks, Susie Darby and Mr. Charles stOve, with oven, cheap. Phone 114. Starke !
_ Florida
,.. < and Atlantic City Tests. .
'">, Miss Mary Solomon, of Jacksonville, Darby left Jacksonville Saturday by J
tr 'L1 :
Tests made under the supervision of FOR SALE-Good young farm horse, i
steamer "Mohawk" for New
short York city. :
arrived Wednesday for a \isit with the master painters' association, pro"edthat cheap for cash. W. E. Wainright, S
.. Mrs, J. H. Ritch. They will take in New York! Washington paint made with metal Zinc Oxide
'.\ ,, fI:., ::!) ,and Richmond and return home combined. with White Lead was supe 9-30-tf .
'- tt:,: ; Miss Laura Norman leit a few days 1 about the loth inst. r nor in lasting quality to nand-maae LOST-On the road between Starke and J
m w ago to visit her sister, Mrs. J. D. Moore, pure White Lead Paint This won a
e : at Ft. Myers. The ladies of the W. C. T. U. will great. victory for scientific machinery- Trnby spring, one blue baby pillow. .
." 'lX- ':' serve ice cream and cake Saturday p. m. made L. &; M. Paint. Every color is Finder will kindly return to Commercial j
jii\ We have added to our stock a full line bright and lasting and won't need renewal Hotel. -S-lt AGENCY ESTABLISHED IF ''1888
Oct. Sth, from 2 to 6 o'clock at the
:. of the famous Rockhill buggies. J. W. for 12 to 15 years. It wears and -
I. I Starke Drug Co.'s store. The proceedswill covers like gold. Sold by G. C. FIRE INSURANCEDAVIS
i. ". ? Andrews & Son. Livingston FOR SALE-:My: house and lots in 1
>'.. go to help defray the expenses of & Co., Starke, and ilclver &; Mc
Starke. A bargain to a quick buyer.
1" \I; :Mrs. J. T. Wills Jr. and children, of the band which that organization has Kay, Ocala. R. DA VIS &
Will sell on easy terms. "H. L. Brownlee. COMPANY. L
I i Waldo, spent Tuesday with Judge and. engaged to"plsy for the picnic on Oct. Sunday Afternoon Marriage. y304tBOYS

fc'f .),,:Ioo. :Mrs. J. T.Yill8.. 21st. STARKE FLORIDA
, : Mr. W. O. .Silcox and Miss Amanda .
" 4J!; .:- Shriver keepa.a complete line of fancy There will be a big picnic at Starke, Edwards were married Sunday after- GIRLS-Free! Columbia bicycles tI. :- .
I Oct. 21st. The Gainesville band has for a little easy spare-time work
j .\i '. groceries. Fresh fruits and vegetables
t i noon by Notary W. Wainright at his
, 'C t r always on band.Everyone been engaged to furnish music and there home on West Madison street. Mr. for Hampton's Magazine.. Send 'pos .. I !
will be other entertaining features. tal for wonderful free bicycle offer. --,.-.. ,
will if want Silcox is a thrifty and industrious young; i
., tel\\ you you
Speakers of national reputation will be Address "Bicycle Club" room .538) 66
" : Shriver. He has it and strawberry grower and took his bride to.
; anything to
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prestnt. Everybody invited to come West 35th st., New York. 9 7-4t
.\ at bottom prices. and bring well filled baskets. Remember a cozy cattage east of town made readyfor j jI
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the occca<:ion. Their friends wish FOR SALE-Fine
;: ;:: S,; Mrs. L. O. Ray has as guests her sis the date, Oct. 21st. nursery grown strawberry ,
them much happiness. plants. Excelsior and Klondyke,
: :K Mollie Albritton and little Flooring
." : tel, Miss two
'(''c.; ThlTelegraph's agricultural exhibit price $225 per l.GOO. Cabbage and
., ," nieces, of Callahan. has been enriched by a hand of "Gooch"Burley Picnic at Graham. celery plants 1123; per 1,000 or 5,000 I ,

: See the handsome display of pattern tobacco, grown by II. G. ilc- Editor Telegraph:Please announce for $5. Sage plants 50 cents per 100. I.

.' '" haw and novelties at Miss Slyl: Ii' Sat- Farland of Stem, N. 0., and handed us that there will bea, Fanners' Union T. K. Goiter, Waldo,.Fla. 23-3t X ,..

,,' urday. October 8th. by O. D. McFarland, one of the owner picnic antI prohibition lecture at Graham Ceiug1Siding'!

,i" 1 of the Dowling mill. The tobacco has on Saturday, October 15. Everybody FOR SALE 40 acres, 3 miles north- S

Yon are cordially invited to attend the large perfect leaves, is of very light color cordially invited to come and west of Sarke, good location,18 or 20 -

millinery opening at Miss Sayles' store and choice. quality. bring a well filled basket and lets have acres. cleared. ready ftr plow and '
Sth. -
'. Saturday, October -- one more good time at Graham.J. plenty of timber no other improve

, (: ". Miss Stratton Powell, who had spent On next Sunday at the 11 o'clock hour, R. Bevill, H. D. Wasdin, J. B. ments. Address W.E. Davis, Starke, .
the pastor of the Methodist church .
.,. ? : some time here with relatives!, returned 1 will Davis, R. N. Dowling, committee.For FlL' 2-4-tf
preach, ty: request, on the subject of
i to Jacksonville Monday. I Home Missions. At the close of the service Sale. WANTED AT ONCE-Hampton's Magazine 'r4.
Mrs. L. W. Denham has returned I an offering will be taken for the I am offering for tale the following wants a reliable man or woman : In1S'.h

home after a visit of several weeks with i Ruth Hargrove Institute at Key West. described property in Bradford in Starke to sell the fastest-going mag- "

:. ,:, relatives in Charlotte, N. C. Special prayer and offerings at this time county: azine in America. Earn $l 50 to $5 a S x
w>; of sw3 section 28; the e% of seig
-'f'. n day. Write immediately for "Salary ;
have been asked for by the Woman'sBoard All
; and of Grades
swJi sea section 29,
: Sbriver has the most complete stock township 6 tr
free outfit. ,
of Missions of the M. E. church Address ,on"Sales .. r
- {t' ':I ever brought to Ward City and his prices South south, range 22 east. The same being Mgr., Hampton's Magazine, 85" ::.. .I '

,: j. are low for first class goods. the old homestead of John D. Johns, West 85th st., New York. 97.4t .
., S Messrs. John Croft, S. B. Denmark deceased near New River station. tR
iw:; ''' Shriver haa, nore goods than room, I Terms : ,
Price $3,500. FOR SALE-Farm of 100 60 5' Cash S
and W. W. Baisden. of Lake Butler, acres. .
;t'j; therefore, they have got to go at bottom I li Iv
" ; S 'j, were business visitors to Starke
'i:'; '.;' Price Come end see for yourself. Denmark has superintended J. W. Starke, Fla. ; dwelling two and a half ; -5- :' .i. ". .yl.,. '

Miss Jennie-Maud Hodges has accepted Townsend's farms in the :vicinity of ---v' stories, 10 rooms, including.dining .i.- x
'.,: S a position tar,member of the faculty Lake Butler this j ear and told the reporter It eILIIO room and kitchen; house in peffect McNair: &jSori: ;

4 :"t: of the Maclenny school and left for that 1 that he bad gathered 1500 bushels of The second brigade, Gen. H. W.Long, repair; good barns, stables and cow [

! 1 : town Tneaday Mus Hodges is one of corn from a 100)(-acre feld. As the land will assemble Oct.-llth, at Gainesville, shelters; two wells with brick and .. '

: ;'8" talented and for a two days session. The division tiling curbs and cucumber ,, ,' 5
;' Starke's most popularyoung was cot highly fertilize! the avrage of pumps; -

,;,',9 ladies and her many friends wish 15 bnshehperacre on so large an acreage Ma 19th j. Gen.1910.J. C. Davant, at. Bartow Oct. water first-class; two miles south of .: i

bersaQcesa..* 1: is considered unusually good Starke. Have 16) acres adjoiningthis .' Phone, .21. $ ;j'
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';t. c: ._. that will also be sold. R. ,' .::1" 4 ;
.' ShOes at LeT wn'L._, -> .- .-, .j Dry goods'*t LeYiton's. t ... Commander Camp 1617 U.C. V. : = r !;..t. _'i.loP ";
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