Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
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October 14, 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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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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,;Prccdedlnos m Eeaular Monthly BeetJ. 01 Starke Blflh School For Week Ending Antl-Saloon league Officers and Employees I Tells Why Harked Pabllc Imp ff Dfepts ;:/: :

j. lag H October. 3d. Friday, Oct. 7, glO. ill Citizens. Have Not Lately Been 1L,1di; .;, ::', f *

i DCil met iz.regular session Oct. 8, Miss Fripp.-Jackson Bailey Henry Rival, Candidates For Speakership Of The House Of Representatives The following letter received a few 'To theCitizens* of Starke: j ?. t ; t _

;;11)10.IPreaen') E. ,8.. Matthews, chair- Gause, Horace Gause, Solomon Kite, Take A Hand At Letter days ago is self-explanatory: I call your attention to the fadt that :,.:,%, '
-O man' 7. W.-Andrews.Th.,K. P. Duncan Augustine Long, Clyde McFarland, Ar- Jacksonville, Fla., Oct. 3, 1910. the street committee having tbe. nets r. : .

; "', utes of the last meeting read and thur McRae, John Mott, Jesse Reynolds Editor Bradford County Telegraph, ditched and graded and ore snkXijg: the ,"'j : .,

.. ,- -nlee Smith, Roy Tompkins, Joe Pensacola, Fla.:, Oct. 3, 1910. ,I said I had been informed of certain Starke, Fla. best use possible of such funds| are at ._" :, .

.' P. :s..Crews presented a bill for one Wainwright, Ira Wilson, Freddie Williams Hox. E. S. MATTHEWS, I matters. I had been so informed. The Dear Sir:- \-0 their disposal for this purpose. ';... '

mule:: alleged to have died from over Mildred Bessent, Mabel Dunkley, Starke, Fla. first of these matters was that you had I note with pleasure your good article It has been the policy of the present -
: workjln! 'the service of the+ town. Am; Mildred Robbins, Jeannette Scaibor- MY DEAR SIR: made an active campaign for the speak defending the Anti-Saloon League council to free the town of dejbf and '
?oant j290,, Action postponed. 'until October oagh, Lena Belle Ware, Flossie Wil I have been absent from the state for ership. It seems to me that it makes against the charges brought by the Jasper keep it so. Two years ago the toyrn was '- .,

21st. hams. thirty days. Just i before leaving, along very little difference whether a man News, but also note that even so badly in debt and scrip far b">lcw par. > ,

1-|,. G. &:" Livingston & Co., presented bill Miss Millen. Taber Bessent, Avery during my absence and since my return personally conducts a campaign or strong a champion as yourself' does not Laborers who would have gladly forked ', / :, I

1 tor repair work amounting to $L75, said Crosby, Levy Canova, Fid Harris, Emory home I received letters from friends who whether others conduct it for him, realize the full strength of his position.To for tl per day cub demanded( *1,50: to ;" >w .,

;. bill carried over to next meeting. Harris, Allen Johns, Frank Johns, have been nominated for members; of either through procurement or from affinity make clear just where the Florida f 1.75 in scrip. Thus the depreciation of :, .r,

Tax Collector,L. H. Austin reportedcollections Frank Kickliter, Willie Tompkins, Jas. the next House of Representatives, in of interests, or otherwise, he has Anti-Saloon League stands, I would scrip was a direct loss to the ton ,and ,. '

for'Sept. $43.05. Williams Walter Weeks, Lily Bailey, some instances enclosing your letter and made an active or inactive campaign, as state: not, as some citizens have contended, a

Treasurer A. S. Crews reported cash Hazel Attaway, Josephine Crosby, Jes in others quoting: from what you had the case may be. I did not, therefore, 1st. The National Anti-Saloon League loss to the individuals to wh-inf\ it was .

-pn hand as follows: sie Harris Louise Haislop, Ethel Kite, written, the paragraph in each being take the pains to explain just what information baa no staff of organizers or officials at issued. i : s '

General Fund___________. u__$ 45 Ida Sibley, Alice Strickland, Ada Strick practically the same and reading aboutas 1 predicated my statements work in Florida, but every Ami Saloon i. The first problem which .ttofronted :.,..

,Interest ___________. __________ 985 59 land. Nellie Silcox, Maud Williams, follows: upon-whether it was the movementsof League official or employe in this state the present council was to psftoS! this '

Road and Bridge_--___________ 1,86566 Lucile Weeks, Edna Hendry, Ella Man- "I am informed that Mr. Jennings, yourself or of your friends. Now, ia'a Florida Anti-Saloon League man indebtedness aud put the townfs. bu iue a .,. g,+.

Sinking __-__. ________________ 1,092 82 ning. after making a very active campaign however I shall undertake to explain to pure and simple. on a cash basis. To do this 'withoutC .

Water Works_________________ 636 68. MissWarren.-Geo. Cribb, Niles Ray, finds himself many votes short of the I you why I felt justified in saying I had 2nd. All the officers of the Florida raising the millage meant rigid Economy

The following bills were examined and Hollis Knight, Russell McRae, Clarence necessary number to elect him Speakerof been informed that you had made an Anti-Saloon League are Florida men and in all departments and in sofae cases ) *,
the House. This would seem to indicate '
ordered paid: Register, Edna Sibley, Ruth Townsend, that the-majority of the members active campaign: Very soon after the women, and the entire management and much needed repairs, ditchisg,jetc., had

GEXEBJC.L FUND. Mary Moore, Lena Chancy, Eva Mc- wish some one else and a number of my Dominating primary Mr. Pleasant A. direction of Anti-Saloon League workin to be neglected for the time' A e in8. :- \, """ '

E. S. Matthews, member counciL 8 00 Rae, Louise McRae, Nettie DuBose, An- friends seem to think I can win, and I Holt, with whom I am on terms of personal this state is absolutely under their Sanitary conditions, however,five not

E. P. Duncan __ 8 00 nie Lindsey, Florence Carter, Inez Hai paign have for decided the make"an active cam friendship, notwithstanding that control and theirs only. been neglected. On the contrary, since .

J. W. Andrews" __ 9 00 slop, Myrtie Williams, Mabel Wright, we are rather far apart at this particular 8rd. The Florida Anti-Saloon League the enactment of Sanitary Qrdiaance .

W. J. Griffin .. 3 00 Florence Lindsey, Clayton Scarborough I _Just how and by whom you have been time on certain questions of public receives no financial or other assistance No. 84 some months ago I i L+eve that

L. H..Austin, salary and fees.r$53 00 George Ware. informed that I have made an "activecampaign" policy, sent me a message by a common from the National Anti-Saloon Leaguesave the general sanitary condition!.are bettor ,

Ed. Burnsed, .___ 46 00 (Omitted Last Week.) and that I find myself friend, not under the seal of confidence, counsel, when asked for. than ever before. Active under, the 1

A. S. Crews, ___________ 5 00 Mary Moore, Estelle Carlton, Lula "many votes short of the necessary advising me not to enter the contest for 4th. The entire subscription to the provisions of this ordinance,'f. receive '

O. F. Hoover, mayors fees_____ 7 00 Dunkley, Ruth Townsend, Lena Chancy number to elect"! I am at a loss to un the speakership; that yon were going to Florida Anti-Saloon League is used; un- daily a detailed report of theucjyenger's ,

Nettie DuBose, Florence Carter, Ma- derstand. I assure you that your in- be a candidate and would be elected der its control for the work of the Flor- won: and the noticeable ats'nce of flies
A. V. Long, salary_______. _______ 12 50 as ..
formation is incorrect. I have not madean .
O. A. Futch,'clerks fees_______ 12 11 bel Wright, Vesta Reynolds, Edna you already had all of the West Florida ida Anti-Saloon League.5th. this summer and, fall is evictee-- I .of the ,

W. L. Wall, .fire chief:________.__ 2 00 Gnann, Florence Lindsey, Inez Haislop, active campaign otherwise than by. nominees pledged to you. In a circular Superintendent Collins is a bona fact that our citizens uselimt j'freely I on

Brooks Shipman.,. fireman____ 2 (00)( Annie Lindsey, Clayton Scarborough, letters and have not been out of Escam- letter sent out by you subsequent to the fide resident citizen of Jacksonville anda their premises. ,Y J i jI l.

J. 8. Cassie, ___-__u 400()( Niles Ray, George Cribb, Walter Knhl bia county in the interest of my race. receipt of this message you claimed the qualified voter of two years' standing, make the above statement of fAct to

D. C. Jones, ________ 300()( Hollis Knight, Melvin George. Neither have I had any one else to take support of all the members west; of the and no more a "!nrriner" than any other show the citizens why no: Va ge- sums .

Will Kickliter, .. ________ 300 Miss Peek.-Fannie Thrower, Fannie any trip for me, nor has any one taken Apalachicola river, which is quite a different man who has settled in our state in the have been expended on gene;-al iin, rove- ,

,H. L. Miner U _____u 3 (00)( Townsend, Gladys Horne, Lulu Wilson, any such trip to my knowledge. I do proposition and shows that our last two years. ments. '- #
t Evelyn Gates, Ella May Long. Marie not find myself "many votes short of the friend Holt little 6th. The entire control and The street committee is ; 4
was doing
Roy Turner: ,. __,._____ 8 00 a bluffing manage hviug considerable .
Lorenza Green, __h____ 300 Livingston, Jessie Forsyth, Bessie Jones, necessary number to elect, but on the on his own account,but 1 am digressing.It ment of the Florida Anti-Saloon Leagueis amount of work .coue I ,n the i

Will Moltt, .. '_.____. 300()( Doris Scott, Ruby Wright, John Lang. other hand more than a majority of is generally conceded, I believe, that vested in aud exercised by the headquarters streets and I want to aak.every bfcitizen -
ford, Chester Gates, Drew Alvarez, El- those who will be members of the next Mr. Holt is active in committee whose to with them .
quite ,
Clyde Chancy, ----..X00 any cause: names you co-operate by ctea&iog up .. ,. .
Bradford Co. Telegraph, print'g., 43' 25VKOAD bert Sibley, tilery! Fntch, John Powell, House of Representatives have committed that enlists his sympathy and I think have published. their premises, cutting wee-jfsj, etc. I I** !
themselves to If I shall I
t 'Am : Henry Edwards, Barney McRae, Tel- my support. there will be few to question that I was Very truly, also want to ask owners of :vi4ant lots "
; not be elected it would be because some
fair Long. justified in alleging that you had madean A. D. STEVENS, to have them cleaned np an$'the trash '
Halls Dept. Store; mdseu-___$ 2 35 of the members will change their minds
Miss Ray. Hubert Johnson Willie '
active campaign, even if I had beenno President. burned. In connection! with,'j'li* I wish a
J..W>- Andrews & Son, street w'k 73 25 Burnsed, Willie Hendry Royal George and not vote as they have promised. I ;
farther informed.than the receipt of to 8IY that it is the > duty to .
1, Jeff Leer street work_______ 12 (00)( Eugene Griffin, Maurice Langford do not believe any of them will do this. Merry Fish Fry Party. scavengsf .'
this message. But there were other haul away from your remise J cnly IUcil. ,
W. B. XsWl.II _______ 40 00 This letter is written for the purpose .
RhodesMcRae Lone, Register Clyde
circumstances. Not long after this It's mighty nice, pleasant and inter- refuse as cannot be burned, Cacti as tin
N. W. Williams, ....__h 20 25 Thrower,Leslie Townsend. Newn Wainwright of correcting a wrong impression under .
newspapers in various parts of the state esting to make new friends especially cans, etc. :. j ',
a A'.Drew.U ________ 11 .25L which you seem tube laboring. shall : i -
Eugenia.BailejraMarnie :
I : contained notices from time to time of when these new friends are charming In spite of the fact that \; rave had ,
J. ______ 999 leave it to to whether .
: .Sibley, __ entirely you as
sed Florence Canova Josie Hoffman
the presence in their towns of Mr. Wm. young people in love with themselvesand offers to rent portions of onri streets for ; '
Lois Griffis., II ___. __ 1'95 will correct the statement that you
Thelma Johns, Lizzie Kite, Thelma you B.:Crawford. It soon became matter of all the world, viewing life from the market gardens daring the>p4udmmer, '
R.Pf Itattox, sanitary wjork': ____ 91 00 Moore Doonie McFarland Emma Powell have made. I shall in the mean time,
t' common rumor that he was making a merry standpoint of good will and good I contend that we have the sjrtest$ and '.: 'r
The council adjourned to meet next however favor friends with a
Mabel Reddish, Myrtle Reddish, my copy canvass of the nominees in behalf of cheer. best town between Jn-tjcajllle; and : :. t
Monday Oct. 10th to hear complaintson of this letter.I .
... Lizzie Tyer, Ida Warren. your candidacy. That he was in fact Recently it was the writer's happy lot Tampa, and if we will m t.q the proper \ -

,valuation. Miss Newsom.-Gertrude Knhm, Lot- remain, with assurances of high esteem doing this and otherwise looking after to be an invited guest to go seining and effortr-we can have the clearest.! :. '. "i. '

C. A. FeTcH Clerk. tie Wiley, Clara Moitt, Mabel Colley, your candidacy seems to be clearly indicated fish frying with a jolly party of young Very relpectfal1l.f! ] ,'r;;.: : :

t Thelma Griffin, Kate Haislop, John Very truly yours, by a letter which I received from folks. Pine Island on Sampson lake C. ...t...w. cots ER. .. ,l"i

PIE:SOCIAL TUESDAY EVENING Dekfe, Raw son Davis, Drayton Colley, T. .A. JENMXOS. lion. Wm. A. ;Russell, a former member missed many a song and story and a f 4' ... q;-.. '4 a

Lamar Scarborough, Leecy Morgan, MATTHEWS MAKES REPLY. of the legislature and editor of the beautiful scene by our not getting there SPECIAL MEETING OF COM IFiaNERs. > : II
C&ristlao Eadearorers Entertained by
' Kathleen Alvarez, Kate Duncan, Lucia Starke, Fla., October 13, 1910. Palatka News, following a visit of Mr.\ that memorable evening. 1'

Mir-, and Irs. Eofus lodges ,I' Scarborough, May Underhill, Horace Hox. T. A. JENNINGS, Crawford to Palatka. An extract from Our party didn't care a continental ReijlstrathiD BOOKS Heilsfca hO-1j Election ..

The Christian Endeavor Society of Wilson, Wilbur Scott, Robert Cribb. Pensacola, Fla. that letter reads as follows: .- whether Alligator creek was ever to be Officers Appoint d). \"'i{

the Presbyterian church held a pie social Miss Hill Orestes Franck Eugene :MY DEAH MR. JENNINGS: "Since writing you last I have had a canalized or public roads antomobilized. County Commissioners metjin; special ;'. '( f .;
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rains Bessent Beatrice Wills, Alice Prescott, nice visit from W. B. Crawford late of The philosophy of life to all 'was that seeeion Oct. :'!'" ,
In replying to your letter of 31 inst. 12, 1910, with 1airman O. : ,
George Hoffman, Chester Taylor, Lou- the Pensacola News. Mr. Crawford regretted !
Hodges, opposite the park, Tuesday allow me first of all to congratulate you editorial of last the cheerful always die young because L. Peek, C. J. Knight, J. S Rosier and t'; '.. '3

evening. Every girl whQ went to the ise Bessent, Gladys Mansell, Alice upon the deft manner in which you I stated my that 'Albert Jennings'weekwhere1111 candi-- they never grow old-that years do not W. J. Epperson present. --County Supervisor ..
social took a pie and each pie was pro- Moore. make age. It is all the tame whether ",q.I .
hare upon very slight pretext or pro'ocation dacy for the speakership is being indus.- of Registration W. 'A. Crosby y u
. vided with number and the High School. Josie Inman, Leetba urged Pleasant A. Holt and sixteen ;
a same placed before the nominees for triously by or sixty. I I presented his books and the :board proceeded &*
' t number was given to the girl who took Sasser, Harriet Hoffman, Miriam Hoffman others of Florida's organized whisKey Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edwards were the :.
the House of Representatives your interests, and this fact will be sufficient I to the revision of 8ZLIst, of >'1 -
it. Each young man bought a pie, claim that a majority of such nominees to accomplish his defeat. That he has venerable chaperons. Did you ever seea names stricken from said bcok.'given' to ,'ir-'. ;:

after which he looked up the girl havingthe FELL INTO MINER CANAL have committed themselves to vote for that backing is now generally under- motherly hen gt frantic when she beheld Bradford County Telegraph pubhea- 'i'" -

same number and ascertained her you for epeoker. This is an old'manenv- stood.' Mr. Crawford acknowledgedthat her duck-egg chickens plunge into tion. t : .. 'e, V

weight. He had to pay for the pie at Lucian Geiger Sustained Painful Injuries er in politics, practiced for time out of Holt Mr.and Jennings his had?, but the nor support by ar-of water? Well, that was her! There Clerk and inspectors of election to beheld -S'
the rate of half cent for each pound of associate were Misses Minnie Mamie and Inez
a ,
Saturday NIght. memory by candidates with ambitions rangement; said that both Mr. Jenningsand November 8th were appointed and '
the girl's weight, and be and his part- accident ranging all the way from the office of himself were opposed to the amend- Harter-two of whom were heavenly I formal notice of same ordered! publMheoT

ner then feasted: upon the dainty.A An which the happened Miner ditch Saturday came nightby constable up to that of president. A ment, but that the Jennings campaignfor twins-and Misses Ona Edwards and in the Bradford County Telegraph. .e
large number of guests were near spanker was not bring worked on Eva Prescott. Add Messrs. Clarence {
present claiming two viptims. Mepsrs. Lucian claim of this kind is commonly supposedto that line. Mr. Crawford didn't say Bill of J. G. Dampier. chairman: of ,.
and amused themselves with games make the lie down and at Hart L. C. ilcClaran, Doc Harter, Will Alachua board forei Bradford V
and S. F. Morgan detainedin opposition very much about his plans, but it was county 5.16,
and singing until a late hour. The sum I Geiger were to that he 'out for bear' Jones, C. L. Peek and Hon. Captain .
Starke until after dark of one and the same time bring voters in plain see was county's half on repaircf; : :Brcoker ,
of $ .65 was realized by the Endeavor- live on account droves to the standard of the candidate and that 'bear' the speakership far his Mallie Jones, and all of them was us. bridge, presented and order. d *aid. t
rain. "
east of
ers, who are working hard to raise the a and heavy rode home They in Mr. town making it-something of a doubleheader friend Jennings. The seine came up missing::! just where Notary Public bond of LcnU H. Hill "
for lots for Presbyterian Geiger's wagon, Whether Mr. Crawford's the Tampa & Jacksonville railroad
purchase money a :For this it is trips were will .
drawn Hind horse. When so to speak. reason approved.; \. ..4
' parsonage. Since their reorganization by a they unauthorized by you and made without cross the Starke flnd Sampson road on Co-for '
.\ tin the Miner held in very high regard by some politicians Bid of Gs C. Livingston: completion ;.
in May last they have raised over came to bridge across canal but I do not remember to have your knowledge is no concern of mine. its::! way to Jacksonville via Stark.and of wiring new jail prsenrsd Bud i.
the foot of d
110 ,. at Kingsley street the Of course, disavowal of knowledgeof Old :Man Kingsley's lake. ( '
your '
seen any one handle it with such finesse board considering the nwtlpr: .lu'thoriz) d
darkness them from
prevented seeing his movements at that time and the We had no seine and
we were not at
have shewn. I know that said firm iit\i"irin '
as yon any complete s : r for $10. f
location of the
MERCANTILE FIRM CLOSED OUT the exact bridge and the
well established fact that he is at pres- Sampson lake but we were all at sea '
effort along this line that:. I may have The board afl'oam*'! to nicer October -.
horse was unable to find his own way. ent connected with Mr. Holt's campaign with hearts fluttering for in the
I supper 2Srh '
that make would for the of
made or might: now purpose revering sdch ;
Furniture Stock at Lake Butler Attacned The consequence was that the
wagonran headquarters may create the impression lovely night breeze on a level sward of
seem unfinished aud crude beside this names as have hen i zFrn::erl'v! :; stricken
By Creditors. off the south end of the bridge, that the whiskey dealers: of the pine needles with the green grass growing '
letter of yours, and I shall, therefore, from registration !h<4. ,
turning over and falling on top of the state are taking a hand! in your cam all around and around, and not a '
Sheriff Langford went to Lake Butler deny myself of the satisfaction that I W. T. ,VrKS-fr: Clerk. .
occupants, pinning them to the botto .
Tuesday, where he attached the stock of might naturally be expected to derive pni n. In view of this danger to your fish.:! This was holy-woggns! B.v K. A. V TEEG4 D. C. e
As luck would
goods and closed the store of the South nave it, the great amountof from retorting that it is I, not yon, who I interests it might bA well for you to A bright fire was built so we couldsee '

ere* Furniture & Hardware Co., A. W. water fallen had not yet had time to have a majority of the nominee! pledgedon "favor" your friends with another let- each other latf;h under the hungry Picnic at Slarie.; ;r t

Qverstreet manager. The attachmentwas more than partly fill the ditch, so that i the speakership.Your ter explaining this portion of the letter stars. Our commodore, Captain Mallie There will be a picnic at St .rkA October : {.i..
had their :
the heads
; made under an execution rendered men above water I statement that you have not you have written me, for it is well Jones, sifted sand to Farmer Prevatt'sand 21st. Good speaker, ":a band to i .. f

; in favor of the Highpoint Matalio Bed and were able to cry lustily for help. made an active campaign, that you have known that every good citizen, whether soon returned with chickens, farmer furnish music, plenty ofi darner and a

i Co., of Highpoint, N. C., for the sum oft Richard and Reynolds, a colored man, heard had no one to take any trip for you, but drinker or teetotaler, local optionist or farmer's boys, a fiddle and a banjo. good time in general is promised those ... .
I them (extricated them from their state-wide prohibitionist (and I concede And while the pillars boiled us boys and who attend. Let
46. After levying the attachment that you have a majority of the nominees everybody; coma. We [:'
Sheriff Langford had an inventory madeof dangerous. plight.Mr. pledged to your support, coupled that all these classes include some good gtrla danced all denominationals knownon hype to have: attendance from a1! parts '; ',. ,

the stock and it footed up 60772. Morgan escaped with a few with the intimation in the closing para. citizens), objects to the whiskey interests the face of the globe and in the good of the county and all are welcome.Fined '3f.

bruises but 'Mr. Geiger fared worse. of letter that it is incumbent dominating politics, town, old town of Starke. After a merry '.

VIII Manufacture Cigars.Metsrs. ,, He received a deep cut under the right upon graph me your to retract certain statements county, state or national. This is, of supper, and a dozen alligator songs by Fifty Dcflars. : '

eye and so many bruises and contusions made on information, seems to course, merely by way of suggestion.I our renowned captain, we all voted that Attorney D E. Knight; went. over to :-: .r.tIi .
P. by me
Geo. L. Massey and A. '
that he had be
taken to a physician, be to that I shall leave it entirely to you as to chicken pillars the best fish-fry of tLe Macclenny Tuesday to .defend Henry :;:\- -
to equivalent suggesting
have formed me
Hoffman a copartnershiptinder .
and he will
probably have to stay in his letter future whether or not you explain how it hap- season, and chornssed home. Thornton, who was charge with the ; .
the name of Starke Cigar Manufacturing rush out a our colleagues .
for time
Co. and will probably begin bed some to come. informing them that everything is all pened that Mr. Crawford was making reckless handling of nre-arms. Lately l' ..'_
Elaha No. 45 L trips in behalf without your know- while visiting at his mothers home in it : '
}business this week. Mr. Massey comes Lodge O. R. M., of ananged: -that you have had the speak! your / New Masonic Lodge. '"
Starke to invitation ledge. Baker county Thornton tl.f three! shots ,
pursuant an from
from and is a cigar maker of ership handed to you on a silver platter,
He Seminole Lodge No. 29, of Jacksonville, etc., etc. This doubtless appealed to Secondly, I have no correction to offerto Masonic lodg was organize at I from a rifle in the dire tidii of P. B. ':', .I
skill and years' experience.
many went up there a few days to attend that part of my letter in which it was Graham on Friday last with W. P. Birt t Bryan's field. Three of Ltr.Bryan's
has ordered a goodly supply of the best ago yon as a7 fine bit of strategy, and it is "
had been informed that worshipful master; E. D. Abernathy children working in 'the x
of tobacco and the firm i* cbnfi the conferrinjrof degrees on members of too bad that I am so intractable as to stated I you were field and J'
grades short of the senior warden; James: Graves, juniorwarden claimed that the bullets d
the Seminole. They report a grand refuse to fall in with the plan. I can were many votes necessary pas very ; ,;( '
of superior *
dent that means goo ?
by tra'te time and received royal treatment from not accommodate you for reasons following number to elect, because I had been so ; C. B. Roberts, secretary, andfive to them. Bryan: lodged 4: complaint X.* -
will build large here. ale
they up a their brother Red Men. Those who : informed. About the time of the writ other master Masons. Their meetings against Thornton and he w&4 tried Tnes- :i
The factory will for the present be in will be on the second and fourth day in the county judge's unt at Jac- ,t '1' :
Went from here were DeWitt C. Jones ,
the story of Mr. Huffmiu'j residence First and foremost I was not laboring ing of the letter from which yon have
upper W. L. Kickliter, W. L. Wall, F. A. Wednesdays at 1 p. In. A cordial invitation clenny., The jury remfered-ja' verdict of,
corner Jackson and Thompson Moore, Ed. Bnrnsed, E. M. Mott, Joe under a wrong impression when 1 wrote quoted. one of your active supporters in it extended to all visiting broth, ( guilty and the judge flnad. Thornton' 950. .

streets. Edwards and David: Gaorge.j the letter from which you have quoted.1 (Continued on page four.) ers. | and court costs. J::1|

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OCALA DESPERADO Through all the years they were together charms, of B:1bn: English bidto bti.
Jessie Benton Fremont
be the
; FLED TO GIBRALTAR LOST KILLS tp OFFICERS lived for her husband as before her the ndvertl.e ecllpsedjj by hts.of the men Swiss who hof wrttej'
t' marriage she had lived for ber father. ;piionitlon/
Republican Nominee For thGovernorship Her Travel and E collects a i t
brilliant mind I
ber beart and her
of New York. hands were constantly busy In ber examples ""Arfffcl executed Manrlc-<

; Royal i Millions husband's service, and a gallant sail Ing salJon-ei.bjt tower with see-and. .
/: Family Portugal Finds of f Dollars In Property Baricaded In House He Hutted or's compliment shows that her devotion Alpine panora h." 'MA game pare withal

t : was widely recognized. Duringthe : numerous beats to the utmost I_' '
an Aytam: Safety. Also Destroyed. Defiance at Posse. :
M civil war. when Admiral Porter small valley." ;;MCarbonIc acid '

had command of the federal fleet on odoriferous flubs and baths record

the Mississippi bis flagship was the mended by pfeysiclans." "Most 14eI'

z ; UHllRIllU .. IECI FIRES BIHWT SINCE JULY' KILLS SELF MID ARREST steamer Benton. named after Mrs.Fremont's spring and aijtnmn. resort for t than. n
I father. who seek reccftrr
The admiral named and quietness .Q t c
i the little tender of the flagship Jessie : rivaled stand-fcjuarter for the in '
Rigid Censorship Still Prevents News Death Roll, It I Is,. Estimated, Will After the Posse Had Surrounded Barricaded I Penton Fremont, and be wrote to Mrs. charming eac lrsions." "Kooms pie. k

t In Lisbon From Being Sent Out, but Reach Three Hundred or More- House and Made Final Rush 1 y I Fremont his explanation: Tided almost Jelth balconies." "3to1.: 1i

,; It Is Reported That Republicans Crazed With Grief and Fear, People Desperado Was Found Lying on Ton have always sailed close to crust hotel In tie\ place directly lain af 1 1i

Control Capital. Wander Woods Half Clad. r Floor Dying by His Own Hand. : your husband aid your father" the port railwa78tation.;, ;: '\

Beaudette, Spooner, Pitt and Grace 1' r

;. That King Manuel la safely out of ton, Minn., were wiped (A the map After fatally wounding Deputy A Scotch Superstition. Ljjjht Wood. "\E 0

Portugal is disclosed by dispatches by a forest fire Sunday. The bodiesof Sheriff Hudson and ex-Sheriff Gordonat In Scotland bringing a flowering The wood ot!j tree growing on t6 j. ;

from Gibraltar which say he landed seventy-five settlers have been located his home in the suburbs of Ocala, bawthern Into the house foretells a coast of lakeTehad, In Africa, .. : s

w, there Thursday night In company with and It Is thought the death roll William Summerlin placed the muzzle death in the family even less specljljrravlty than cork. ; c

y' the queen mother. the dowager queen among the settlers will be upwards of a Winchester rifle In his mouth I .1',. 8

and the Duke of Oporto. The royal of 300. and blew his head 'off. 1

family of Portugal Is, therefore now For three hours Summerlin was barricaded jyrA9
Wagon loads of human bodies are liii:, ,; r7d 9?.e is3
under British protection.It in his house, where he successfully -
being brought Into the railway station
Is reported that Mr. Manchedo has resisted the efforts of mem-
been proclaimed provisional presidentof at Beaudette.It bers of the poKce departmaet and E
Is 'rePorted that settlers,
Portugal many sheriff's deputies to arrest him. Firingon t
craned with grief at the loss of families
------- in
sight it
" every person was
.y .I f .... and property are roaming the finally decided by the officials to call I t ; r I t
I woods and searching parties are constantly
out the Ocala Rifles and surround the I
) ,. going out looking for the InJured house. This was done, and shortly 7 I t

:r-g: .1'1 j the dead and the demented. after nIghtfall' the cordon closed In, 1 t

One family of nine, one of seven and the door was broken down and Sum-

i .) 11 1// one of five were destroyed on Friday merlin's body was found lying on the t i
4 t I night. floor with half his head blown off.

l4. j % Tornado of Fire. Early in the afternoon Deputy 5.- c

1 .;.,. 1 A tornado of fire- struck Beaudette Sheriff Hudson went to Summerlln'shome We try to conduct our store so that whenever you need

if and Spooner and within three minutes to serve a warrant for some sick Q i
bath toilet
'" any room or household
or appliance
after the first alarm every buildIng minor offense. Summerlin warned the '

was ablaze, and within an hour officer not to come into his*yard, and FATAL ENCOUNTERS. our name will instantly come to mind. :' jjet us emphasize 1;'
06 when Hudson started in he was shot :... }
of The ,
they were heaps ashes. people that- f
of these two towns had Just sufficIent down. Ex-SheritL Gordon, hearing the Reckless Gun Play Allegheny Coun :: ,
fA shot, wont to the assistance of Hud : .,
time to get out of their home* ty, Pennsylvania. Our stocks ) ,:
L son. While bending the are right
} with what they had on their backs. pros Fighting with revolvers In Allegheny .;, .5:;
ny1I trate form of the deputy, Gordon county, Pa., has cost three Our '
{;1.. They were )loaded onto a passenger within good are righi. [
was down, the bullet inflictinga 48 hours three I
; participants have been
'"" train that was standing at the depot
: fatal wound. Seeing the two men wounded In the four engagements and Our prices are r ght.t: ;,
and taken to Rainy River, Ont 1, i
lying prostrate Summerlin left the two of these are In a serious-coadition. Our service is ? l
j The whole country east of War- house and right. ;
secured the rifle
t carriedby The toll of reckless play is
gun :
J road is on fire. Roosevelt Swift Deputy Hudson. Barricading himself The dead: I f

Williams and Cedar Spur are In great he offered stubborn resistance to Patrolman Daniel Santon, shot and Satisfaction to onr customers is one of the most ortait, things that we ,1 ,.;

danger. All the women and childrenare all who attempted his arrest. killed by Robert Robertson, a negro, carry in stock. In fact, every article we I. .:&' i

being rapidly removed to places crt A large crowd quickly gathered In a Jones avenue tenement. sell carries with it a large package of satis -', if

safety. around the house, keeping a safe distance Collins Wells, southern negro, killed faction.STARKE. p f

I: .: Thousands Are Homeless as Summerlin fired at everyone In a revolver battle with police and de- F 0
in sight A guard was thrownaround tectives in
: 1----. ,..,. ,,.... The Canadian Northern railway has the house Corapolis.
--- -- stationed trains at every station at several volleys Michael Joyce, of Universal, shot
UE3 IUIOEL were poured Into it. Shortly afternightfall and killed
the service of the people and Is doing by "Die" Johnstone, while
A rigid censorship still prevents a concerted movement 1
everything in its power to relieve wasmade trying to plunge a knife into his ene- e
r news In Lisbon from becoming known, to capture Summerlin. A rush my. e 9 /
but dispatches that have come through the situation. was made for the door. It was quickly The wounded.-
, I j by of the French frontier and direct The people of Beaudette and spooner Datterea in. -- -
.. way inside the body of Patrolman Henry :Miller, of Cara. DRUG
indicate that the fighting In the I and the settlers through the north Summerlin was found weltering in a opolis, shot Saturday In a running bat I l .... .'
control part of the state ha- lost pool of his ,
, :o.. streets of the Portuguese capital was e. own blood. He had placed tle; will recover. '

t i of longer duration and of a more severe everything. Five thousand are home- the muzzle of the rifle. in his mouth Joseph Paris, of White street, Me-- ,,

j i nature than at first reported. les, and the greater part of them absolutely and fired. Keesport, shot in the head by Leon ),

I : : A delayed dispatch from Oporto destitute. Help must reach The two wounded officers were hur- Letson' a boarder, during a duel. CO. :
i gives brief details of demonstrationsheld them in the next day or two, and that, ned to a local hospital, where they Leon Letson, boarder at the Paris _

there on the day after the rising in a substantial way, ag the greater finally succumbed to the wounds re home, shot in the groin by Paris. i
occurred at Lisbon. Since then, however part of them are but half clad. ceived.< s
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L;\ C-v- I i Quiet had been restored. \ and names of the dead and injured Change In Railroad Rates I ROOSEVELT IN ATLANTA.He J

. : Notification has been sent to the before tomorrow, and some of the The Railroad Commission of the Spoke In ; I "
foreign powers by the provisional government dead< will not be found State of Florida has sent out notices Memory of
until .
1.r ;j.; of tie _proclamation. of the will be impossible to sprIng.It to the effect that on the 18th of the Candler Harris. j d
. I Is; republic .... estimate tte month a public hearing would be held Before an audience of 7.5CO Inspir1 1 MOiAcOLTT6E.
,it V"-*" Received at Oporto. "' I the damages pioneers or casualties of until later, but by the Commission at which time the tans at the Auditorium-Armory ; ;; r
G'l t northern Minnesota,
The republican government has proposed changes in Rule No. 15 of urday night, Colonel Theodore {
must have
,(; :' been definitely established at Oporto help, .. the rules governing the transportation velt paid a hearty sincere and

_J I t without a struggle. The populace ; of freight would be discussed. ing tribute to the memory of iCO .

,'l;: with unanimity, received the proclama- $1,000,000 CAPITAL The proposed changes will affect the Joel Chandler Harris, and expressed ( -EDUCA -IONAL) i :i '

l ," lion enthusiastically. The general I amount to be charged by the railroads the fervent hope that the movement t ,
;:,' j". commanding the local division of the I for switching cars and the estimated for a monument to the memory of LAKE CITY, FLA. HENRY WISE TR1t38L B.A.;D.D. ,

, : I, Droops obeyed thje Instructions of the National Bank of Commerce Soon to weight allowed for shipping lumber. Uncle Remus would be a most gratifying -
;:::t provincial government I Organize. success.It Population of city 7,000. No saloons. Healtiuestjcny in! United,

.' fr. 900 Reported Killed.A The National Bank of Commerce, Franchise Granted.At was a splendid audience that States. Only 7 per thousand death rate in last .30 yei zs. Highest

/ special to the Paris Temps from with $1,000,000 capital and $240A0 0 the meeting of tbe council of Pa faced the speaker when he reachedhis altitude of any city in Florida. Beautiful, paved sfrets. College

,,,'' !! an Madrid Insurrection*ays that has It occurred Is reported at Setu-that surplus, is about to become the latest latka the Palatka Athletic Association place on the platform. In point property worth $400,000. Ten fine buildings on beautifully adornedand ".

, i.. bal, Portugal, where many troops are addition to Atlaanta's big financial 11'- lege by ordinance of was granted the privi of size and social brilliancy, it was a. I laid-out 35-acre campus. 820-acre college fi\rmjfnly J | equipped, 'it !
.. stltuions. erecting and maintaining a most notable gathering. And adjoining. Academic, Normal, Commercial Colt Blake '
{ quartered. The Infantry that had club the attention Art 1IldMusic
," gone over to the revolutionists en- Details of the organization have street for at, the foot of KIrkland accorded the speaker and enthusiastic i departments as complete as if they were sawn: .institutions. ,, I.,
1. a period of .
., gaged the royalist cavalry. The casualties been practically completed. the consideration of twenty years, applause which greeted bis Diplomas issued on completion of coarse in each de nrtment. Cur ,

(" are estimated at 900. The new bank, which will make the that the club be open the to public city being words showed It to be one in entiresympathy riculum in each department as high as any in te Und: Board and ,f

kr, .' ;.I.. v 1.I seventh among Atlanta's national I bership and that the wharves teem built with the cause for wblch'Mr. tUition-very reasonable. Students as low as 5th jrrade: admitted.
banks, will! begin business about Jan I I Roosevelt had ,
come s'outa all
be used by the to up Positions secured for and
I TRAGEDY NEAR ALBANY. nary 1. public and kept igood n hold and competent worthy students who wane
give his
L .. ; repair. them.
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" in the heart of the

''i ,. Accidental. Discharge of Gun Results city are now under consideration as Highwaymen Sentenced. SPENT $75 AN HOUR. For terms address \ -. !I

In Death. temporary quarters; the permanent Prompt and WILL J. O'CONNOR ""
M efficient work on the Business Manager.
, : William E. Meyers general mana1 of the
new will
be in on' Tale of
part of the police led vigorous Extravagant Living Tcld By ,
S i ger of the Albany Grocery of actionon I 8-12-3mo ''
Company Atlanta's well-know sky-scrapers I.
the parts of the trial Two Robbers.
court, i. III
= and one of the most prominent bust The orgalzatton e., : I III
committee Is composed the criminal court cf record, Judge A tale of extravagant living was =
+ t ness men of Albany, Ga., was killed of about = .>r
thirty-five prominent H. C. Gordon presiding, resulted In told to the police by Caesario Munez, 1-
four niiles south of Albany, at Blue, Atlanta and Georgia 1i
business two
men, highwaymen beicg arrested, who, with Alfonso Garcia, Is: under"rrest ---
Springs, through the accidental discharge chosen from among the more than tried cosuted and sentenced in less in San Francisco charged wit' ,

of his shotgun. 5 200 Georgians who have alr .a-iv subscribed than two wet-Its' time. The cases 1 In robbing J. M. Sumaga, a mlll'onaire r, ,< ;
Myers and Thad Huckabee, a traveling to the bank's ,
capital stock.
those of.
c Rudolph mine owner, of the City of Mexico, .'
f salesman ot the Albany Grocery Drury and. H. E. (Ileartbreaker) Lancaster of uO,000 in Irrcels and nearly 2,000in r ; ;i
Company, had been squirrel hunting, two white ,. '
MANY PERSONS INJURED men, who were cash. Munez says then Garcia I 111
and stopped in a stor at Blue Spring sentenced to ten "
years each in
iVftl the proposed that they set about spends WINKLES ,
when a heavy rain came up. They V penitentiary in the tribunal in
ques the
were traveling in an automobile, My- !Spreading Rails Supposed to Have tion. Drury and Lancaster were cc- did so.Iunez money without delay. They 1 A BLEND OF
tiniates that e
: ers driving.. When they were readyto Wrecked Southern Train: cused of waylaying: and robbing John their during ;1: PURE STRAIGHT

: :, resume their trip, Myers took a A dispatch from As!:wil'P N. C.. E. Byington, a division foreman on rate of waking$ia an hours hour. they lived at the W.5KEYROSE'S .

seat in the machine, and Huckabee s i rays: Passenger train No. 18 on th'* the Atlantic Coast Line, on the nightof The detectives :
j started to crank off the machine. :Murphy division of September 23. They beat their recovered $3S3 in .
the Southern! raid MQSrSAIGHTCORNllSKEY DEw '
money and $1,100 in jewels. I ROSE'SfjYE
j ) Myers' gun lay across the seat, an i way, coming from Murphy to Ash man to insensibility, robbed him of ilKLES
' Munez, they say. has:
It was discharged just as the approximately $.201) and his promised to
vllle. wrecked
Saturday, twenty watch. find the remainder: of the loot I \ (
began to the I : WK
'i move load of people being injured, two probably! --- SKEY

shot entering his left breast. fatally. The cause ,cf the wr*>ck. near I This pure whiskey: IS disI -. who pretna whiskey
}. .. The machine was rushed to the cityes the station of Ella, was the d ral I Cut Out Horse's Tongue WOUNDS OFFICERS, KILLS SELF. | I tilled by the old fashioned we offer this rceJleni blend! rye of pure.. ,

f... fast as possible, but Myers died ment of three coaches whir went News an unusual has reached crime the sheriff's officeof Ocala, Fla.. Man Barricades Self In {process. It is a pure. straf"htwhisk'iessn' ? aitlpr r.Orar.d. (fuB

as he was being taken out at his over the embankment, piling tip at th*. mitted near Pensacola.which was com House and Fights Troops. ', straight' whiskey, splendid strenAtlrw Contains Jiof:Cologne! spinU
, 1 Some
apartments. bottom in a of person or other cheapening Instances For
mass splintered! wood, cut out the While attempting to arrest Will] for medicinal
i' tongue of a horse belongIng j purposes. It medicinal this
I twisted iron and injured use *'istey| is.highly
humanity.The to a resident of that community on a trivial charge, at j lis, standard proof, full recommended.: epuntydea
.,!> : WORK OF BLACKHANDERS. derailment of the three coaches named Reagan. While it is supposed Otnla, Fla., Deputy Sheriff Hutsoa fiapiB taste and tusucI6g.J'fOp- <., ",
{ I is believed to have been caused by that the work was done by some ' fatally injured and ex-Sheriff strength and strictly pure. ertio make it the intuit. ia the Soutn. 'o'' i
Girl Reported Killed and Father spreading of the rails. person .
who had grievance Gordon was seriously injured when For half
against Mr. a
century the -
Wounded at Dallas, Texas. name "ROSE"s been
Reagan, there is no clue as to the the latter fired upon the officers and guarantee of high grade a
Following the attempt of alleged whiskey absolute
Identity of the person, as tin barricaded himself In his home. | purity and V
V "black banders" Sunday to shoot A WICKED COUNTRY. ownerof I square eaIing. The mail order fakers
the animal is one of the most The Ocala Rifles were called out may Offer to sell r
; flown Vito Gennousla, an Italian merchant pop something they call "whiskey" for rf
ular less
men In the community ana surrounded the house. that our price. I
and did After firing 1
rI ,- i leg of, and Caroline the killing Bicanlo Monday the eve n Missionary Appalled 8y the Conditions ; not know that he had an enemy I in at everybody In sight; he placed Don t nsk your money on them. -1 1 f.h
9yearold -
', Existing In Alaska. the section. the muzzle of the gun in his mouth :WE GUARANTEE to refund u r if 5ilJ
v daughter of Joe Bicanlo, and the you are not te alter
I of the "In all my travels, since I start el and blew his head off. !!J ti ROSE'S MOUNTAIN %DEW CORN Of ROSES WINKlEs J
wounding latter Italians In Dallas r
' Fear Bark Is Lost as much M mmmm *
: In In my missionary work in 1871, cov neceaaiT to tot. II w want your -H
are a panic. back ,
The Uruguayan While trying to rescue other non return the good at our 'You S
bark ezpeme.
Marie met can have 4
than gallon of
ring more 150,000 mll*>", this[ commanded eachferyjor Horn axe r
The two of other
police are exerting every effort was my saddest trip. I never saw by Capt McKown- of Pensacola bers of his family from his burning ga Unj for 34.15.One gafloiv x2.50.
L to nm down the assassins. has not been home John H. Owens well-known
reported as cirri a
Gennousla Is In bed much wickedness in all my life as I R. M. ROSE 5s
with a brokenankle -" TOALlrW
I ing ai her destinatiou Buenos Ayres, insurance representative, ol Conway, COMPANY i' "
caused by a pistol bullet. It Is did In those" northerly' cities and mln and there is considerable uneasiness AIL, was probably fatally burned. RANDOLPH,ROSE..Prt,W-I."" REACHEDTHlSOtnrEr Blf
the second attempt on his life within In; care ps. felt for the P.O. BosH 881 4CUOhu.ur.' ',
vessel James ;
I' which Is now 115: Nixon, another occupunt of the : .LOIUD4. I
a few months. This statement was made by J. days on the voyage, which, under or- house, was seriously injured and Mrs. OR ADAM'S

., .. A shotgun and pistol were used on Logan Sample Presbyterian mission 'I I dlnary circumstances consumes frome Nixon was Injured by jumping from a ; EXPRESS Cff ::..1'Jl

Birinlo and his UtUe daughter by twovnknown try 77 years dd, who has just forty to sixty days. The bark Bailed seoond-story window. six other persons ,
Italians, who escaped In a turned from a-jear's visit among ml c-1[ from Pensacola :
early in June with a who were in the house atex. the '
buggy. tax camps of Alaska, and Is en route cargo of lumber shipped time The "
by a localChi narrowly escaped death or injury Telegraph JOB PKINTERY
.. 1 Tbe police have made two arrest, to his home in Pittsburg, says a !!I porting firm, but has never since been: by Jumping from windows. The ," to., '
but have act Identified the men.Wjl cago. lIt, dispatch. heard from. ,f '. 'f
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: A merciless murderer is Appendicitis No one has ever..made a salve.'ointment : in any calling of life, demands a TiIor. Every; year a large' nmo& bit

YLIVE' ST.A"tE NEWS with many victims. But Dr. King's or balm to compare with BuckleD one body and a keen brain. Without sufferers whose lungs are Ion '. racked l''"

New Life Pills kill it prevention., Arnica Salve. Its the one perfect healer !lealth there is no success. But Electric with coughs are urged: tor coj:;to' another -

r ; They gently stimulate stomach ,liver of Oats, Corns. Burns, Bruises, Sores. Bitten is the greatest Health Builder climate, but this is :"oaa and not f,

'and bowels, preventing that cloggingthat Scalds, Boils, Ulcers, Eczema, Sal' :he world has ever known. It compels always sure.' There's a ,
Told inVitee appendicitis, curiug Constipation Rheum. For Sore Eyes, Cold Sores.Chapped perfect action of stomach liver bp J\tq\ way.
Things;tfaat Are Happening In Florida as by kidneys, Let Dr. King's New Discdvety cpre you
J Headache Biliousness, Chills. Hands or Sprains it's supreme oowels, purifies and enriches the blood at horn "It cured me of Inw trouble,"

r Our Exchanges 25c at all druggists. Infallible for Piles., Only. 25c! at at I cones and invigorates the whole system writes W. R. Nelson,of ClanvnjJ>> Ark.,

l'.V" .. druggists. and enables you to stand the wear and "when all else failed ..nd:. tt:Jrtjned 47
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--. -- ---- A Peculiar l Picture. pounds weight. S'lU'te King {
He Watched the Cow. jf suffering from Kidney Trouble," of all cough and lung tiurtsQ" Thousands .
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The Seaboard has inaugurated new In one of the German pic-rare galleries
coned with nu-
Santa Rosa county writes W. M. Sherman of Me.
When Sir Stafford Northcote, afterward Gushing, owe their lives and<< '"be&tli to ir.
morons blind tigers doing business tight schedule from Tampa to Boca Grandevia is a painting, called "Ctoudland." It the Earl of Iddeslelgb. 'three bottles of Electric Bitters made. It's positively guaranteed fey (Tought, ,
ender the nose of the sheriff baa developed Plant City and Arcadia. This went bangs at the end of a long gallery, and officer in a regiment in Devonshire an ale feel like a new man." 50o at all Colds. LaOnppe, .Asthnty..I Pjroop-+U

; a grand jury that'rises grandly, tot into effect on the 2nd of this month, di first sight it locks like a huge, repulsive one yeomanry of the men who were leacr Imggists. Throat and Lung troubles Y J Jo )end ?!, '1

Plant importanceas daub of confused color without Trial bottle free at all druggists.; .
making City of more *
mergeDCY. After Indicting a !
the ing a small force across the countrywas Kitchener's Mistake. .
'" large" number of the "tigers," all promi- a railroad center. form or comeliness. As you walk toward taking a rather circuitous instead It was during the Boer war, at '. CavJ::' -i'.l 1 t : .. ; I

tent white':men, thia grand jury made Florida is just now attracting more It the picture begins to take of a straight course' Vredefort Road Station that Lord As a scatter of fact cot fll dare

its report to Judge Wolfe, and from that I attention than any other state in the shape. It proves to be a mass of exquisite "Why don't you keep your eye on a Kitchener started fitting out extempore -l conos from the stcrproft.'t't'totior |I like '"

>. rt port' is taken the following which union. People are coming daily by boat ; little cherub faces like those at given point asked his officer."I mounted Infantry columns. He feels It Is wocfallj- 9 nUcratedlECp.: .

ought, robe printed m every paper in and train; coming tally to avoid the the head of the canvas in Raphael's do, sir." determined to equip and send them with the roe of lnft'rcr 1sht! a pf.epnrI.

'F: ort la to show what splendid and useful -, rufh and provide quarters for the win "Madonna San Sisto." When you come "Well, what poInt?" Into 'the field at once. He went to 1:1 similar fnsh1on. True ca : are. how-
close to the picture you see only an innumerable "That old cow sir," replied the man. the look I. ever is the eggs ot the f :1: sturgeoy .
waiting room to for officers
Dualities to the community and theca : ter. Many are investing' in lands and
I company cf little angels and was often known to use and : '
) dAiecency and justice are courage homes, and if the "Florida for Mine" cherubim. this anecdote when political leaden found a single man in occupation.He : t

conscience and a nigh sense of public rash continues to increase at the rate it did not go straight-Illustrated Bits. was smart: and well dressed and Lame back may come tyonk overwork .

duty when the right men get on thegrand has in 1909 and 1910 the next decade will I pleased Lord K.'s critical eye. 'Ton cold settled in the mn&lei of the
r Any little wound or abrasion of the will command a corps of mounted Infantry back or from disease. In form. .
jury: "We find a deplorable as find no idle acres in this state. flesh occurring in cold weatner that id The liver loses its activity at times and thfctwp '
I have just raised. said the er cases the right remrdt ? is BAL
Wofas) reprehensible condition existing, not promptly treated becomes a bad needs help. HERBINE is an effective d
Pensacola's budget as adopted for the general. "Very good sir. What will LARD'S SNOW LINn NT. It
and iwe unhesitatingly place the blame new year totals $15,371,057. sore BALLARD'S and is difficult SNOW to LINIMENT heal. Apply at liver bowels stimulant., strengthens It also digestion purifies and till restores -j my duties be?" "Don't you know your should be rubbed in tboroog y ever the

sheriff. We have with affected part, the relief will &.. .prompt
the found '
npoy The special committee appointed by once when such accidents happen. The strength, vigor and cheerful duties "My own yes, sir. "TheDdon't I and Price I'Oc
satisfactory. 2.q, : and |1
disgust that he has been very diligent infixing Chairman Henry D. Stokes of the city wound heals promptly and soon does spirits. Price 50c. Sold by Mitchell' argne. What is your reg1ment1""Master I per bottle bold by Mitc 1l'e Drug
for' and I with the of a bandage. Drug Store, Starke, Fla. tailor sir." :
traps apprehending poor council at the meeting Tuesday night, away annoyance left Store, Starke. Fla. i f
negfre and poor white men and poor,' Prior 25c, 50c and $1 per bottle. Sold byMitchell's hurriedly.-London Tit-Bits .
met again this morning with Major R. "
a'i iIi Drug Store. Starke, Fla. On the V. .
cripples who have occasionally sold Little Elsa rg -j--:
E. Davidson, agent for the Webb Motor I A dry, hacking cough is hard on the A woman and her l
daugh er vrore at
tl while no effort has been A London attorney named Else rather
; liquor Fire Apparatus Co., and gave him an High and Low. lungs, often causing them to bleed.BALLARD'S sea during rough J.. a si '
nab to the chief sellers. It diminutive in his stature and not weathef.lence
order for the big machine subject to the The highest and lowest points in the of some time the "
mo .aer asked
i particularly respectable in his character -
fa rumored that these bar-rooms have I is a healing balm that quickly repairs ;
ratification bf the council at its next country, exclusive of Alaska, are in "Are yon seasick, dear? U .
met "S11'said he. in the j
closed the session of the court, once JekylL I damage lungs and air passages.
during .. meeting. The conditions under which the same state. California, and within "I hear yon have called me a pettifogging i Price 25c, oOc and $1 per bottle. Sold "No, I think not.- replM,fJbe das&n-

end we make the following recommendation the machine is contracted for are that it 100 miles of each other. They are scoundrel. Have you done so.irr by Mitchell's Drug Store, Starke, Fla. ter "but Fd hate to *"'''' 4adiea'!
: That if these places, or any oth Mount Whitney, 14,500 feet above the Home Journal.
is to meet all of our conditions and requirements -
er places should again open and the sheriff sea level and Death valley 420 feet Like Father, Like Sen. -- S- L
fully or the city will not accept 'SIr, said Jekyll. with a look of con ,
fail to make arrests, that prompt application !|I below the sea.Hoarseness When be asked for his bill at the Heartburn, Indigestion i>r! iatfess of
for'bis I'1 it nor be at one cent of expense. tempt. HI never said you were a pet corner drug store he was amazed' to the stomach is !instantlj relieved by
be made to the governor Delivery cannot be made under three tifogger or a scoundrel, but I said you HERBINE. It forces th badly 'digest
after item of
removal and the appointment of a months.-ocala Sta.r. in a child subject to croup were 'lIttle Else.' "-Westminster Ga- gee every cigars an item ed food out of the bod y' atd| i,restores '
is indication of the of of candy, a certain peppermint that
a sure
will tone in the stomach and boel !
man in the sheriff1 office who perform ictte. *. Price
his duty faithfully and without I Will Rice, a white man, was found the disease. If Chamberlain's Cough came in glass jars and was sold by the 50o. Sold by Mitchell's! Corug 1 Store, .

dead with a bullet hole tnroagh his headin Remedy is given at once or even after druggist Starke, Fla. I ,
They Felt Hungry.
fear; or favor. I the cronpy cough has appeared, it will "How's this! ?" he "Who's .
a ditch in front of the house of Nellie prevent the attack. Contains no poison. She-Well. Clarence dear, the situation .ObMrva"Jl.i i:
the nin foot alligator owned been charging candy to me with such ,
Queen, -
Lancaster on the outskirts of Punta Sold by all dealerB.Application is not quite as rosy as it was
by W, 0 Carpenter, proprietor of the Gorda early Sunday morning. Nellie pictured to us before marriage is It? persistent regularity?" i f J Little Boy-Mummy, why' can'tlata
iPalms Theater and on exhibitionat "Your little boy." the druggist re )' up till-It gets latf \ .
Royal He-Well, not all together so, love.
the. Ostrich farm, broke out of her Lancaster has been arrested charged for Tax Deed. She-I wish er-I wishHeWhat plied. "He saw you charging cigars, Mother-THat wouldn't & aiaU.;; my.dear. I
I with complicity in the afl pan.; yesterday afternoon. Word was Notice Is hereby given that Wesley do you wish dearest? She-I wish we .
surrounds the shooting, as there candy each time. I ;t
mystery Williams and :Marv Williams par- thought he had morning. i
had the rice and the old they
,sent Mr., ,Carpenter who, accompaniedby were no eye witnesses, and the first the chasers of Tax Certificate No. 10, dated your permission." Little Boy (thotightrrtfrH-Dees: daddy
salesmen thu 4th day of July A.D.1001, has filed said threw at us when we were married.
11 A. Xiadd and J.1>. Myrick
; authorities knew of the supposed murderwas certificate In my Office, and has made application "Precocious youth," remarked the go to bed very: late. !
for the,General Electric Company for tax deed toi-wue-ln accordance with father of the child-"at five to learn ----r t.-
when the cold body was found lying
and B. M. Imtham, superintendent of 1 in the ditch. described law. Said property certificate situated embraces in Bradford the following coun- H* Lumped It. lessons so well as that I see I'll have It is in time of sudden rail sap;or acciiimcint .
coffee is not quite sweet
the St. Petersburg & Gulf Railway Co., ty, Florida,to-wlt: to be a little more careful bow I set dent that Chamberlain's can

went to the Ostrich Farm this morningand I One of the many new industries established Sw*+ of ne1 and nwli of se1 4 of sec 12, tp 5 f>, enough" remarked he. him examples.New York Press.Ohamberlain's be relied upon to take the place ;of the
range 18 e,80 acres. "Well It you don't like it, I supposeyou'U family doctor who canjot: alwavs be
recaptured her ladyship. She had at the thriving phosphate city and The said land being assessed at the date of the have to lump it," said she witha found at the moment. Tjtieu it ,1s that

feasted on chickens during the night, as railroad center of Dunnellonis the immense Issuance of such certificate in the name of smile, passing the loaf sugar hIs'WQ' Cough Remedy has be- Chamberlain's Liniment as lever found
I O. F. McLeod. Unless said certificate shall come famous for its cures of coughs, In of sptaias i
there were feathers strewn all over the new plant of the Dunnellon Ice, wanting. cases : cuts,
be redeemed according to law, tax deed will colds, croup influenza. Try it when
wounds and bruises Chan Liniment
place. There are two bear cubs at the Storage & Machine Co. The company issue thereon the in need. It contains no harmful sub- takes out the sorerj;btflaitt's sijaod drives .

lain but they were not molested by the is composed strictly of steal capital and 81SP DAY OF OCTOBER A. D. 1910. Fixed For the Future. stance and always gives prompt relief. away the pain. Sold by all e ..1ers.SEABOAM .

alligator, she no doubt preceding chick- local men compose the officers and boardof Witness my hand and official seal this the FrIend-Haven't you named the baby Sold by all dealers. i
26th of September, A. D. 1910.
day ? I
eoj-JJt. Augustine Record. I I directors. The company is capitalized W. T. WEEKS, yet t
at only 125,000, but their buildingsand (SEAL) C1'BCtOt Bradford Co.,Fla. Proud Mother-No; we must be very UnderairabU Citizens. .
With two new ginneries Gainesville WEEKS, D.C. careful to give him a nice one, because An American who spends much of
plant when all completed, will rep- Air Line Ralar.
promises to regain its prominence as a J! there will be so many named his time in England tells of a cockneywho .
resent nearly twice that amount of capital
market for long staple cotton, temperatilt' i invested. Notice of Final Discharge. after him when be Is president. went to a dealer in dogs and thus
lost when the Dntton ginnery, the : Notice is hereby given to all concerned that described what he wanted: Effective NOT. 1'. ; .
I the that the six months after date hereof will present my What Did H. Mean ,
Again gondola transports
"Hi wants kind ;
largest in the state, was burned about final returns as administrator of the estate of a of dog about so .' ,
four years ago. This diverted the trade I people from Orange to Yolusia counties O.H. Kersey late of Bradford county, Florida, Mrs. H.-I see there's a man in 'igh an' so long. Hit's a kind of gry- No. 43 south-bound c-: 1l.0l
deceased, and apply to the County Judge of France who has murdered three of his ) a. m
to Alachua which had several ginneries, has become waterlogged and sank to the Bradford county Florida, for my final dis 'ound an' yet It ain't a gr'y'ound, because No.M" m.

but it is reviving now Gainesville.. '! depths with all on board. This time B. charge. G. M. KERSEY, wives in succession. I'd like to see 'Is tyle Is shorter nor any o' No. 81 j".UP. m. ..t' .
the man who would murder me.
Although the season is yet young, all T. Williams'loses his valuable automo- Administrator of the Estate of OK H. ( these 'ere gr'y'ounds an* 'Is nose is No. 66, northbound: .;: ( m. 14, : f
would 1 dear.
,deceased. Mr. H-So my No. 54
the ginneries in Atachua county are : bile and a man from Osteen lost a cargoof Sept.2,1910.BmNotice shorter an' 'e ain't so slim round the No.8i" f I 5.0)9.18 a.a. m.m. ;..' :\ .'.. ,

working full time. .. I meat. The boat seemed to sink rapidly Base envy withers at another's joy body. But still 'e's a kind o' gr'y'ound. .- #. $. k .'' .'' '

i and the wagon and automobile were Final and hates the excellence it cannot Do you keep such dogs?" WAN1zz: BELxcL v S : ... .
Chief of State Geological Survey Sel- Discharge. .
This boat and "We do not. said the deg man. "We .
submerged. ferry crossing
reach.-Thomson. No. 181 leave, Staru '8.00
lards in the having come jffotlce Is to all concerned that drowns L m. '
was city today hereby:given 'em.-Harper's Weekly. "
is a disgrace to civilization and demonstrates six months after date hereof I will present my No. 18i arrives 4.20 p. In.
down to investigate the spouting well on how the people of this end of final returns as Executor of the estate of William
Lake Fairview, and spent some time 1 I Underbill,late of Bradford county, Florida The pleasant purgative effect experienced Your cough annoys you. Keep on Nos. M and 15 run between J kshvtflee t and a
the are treated in the matter of ,dev ed.and apply to the County Judge ofBradford
county i and tearing the delicate ,
all who Chamberlain'sStomach hacking membranes Cedar Noe.43 and
its .actions. Mr. Sel- Florida, for final die- by use Keys ,81, 66 bet1neDJack. "
watching strange improvements. The people who suffer ehargu. county my and Liver Tablets, and the of your throat if you want to be IOnYiDe and Tampa. ..0..181- 184 between .
lards was of the same opinion of a number W. H. UNDERHILL But if want relief wantto Starke and Wannee. ;
losses by the ferry expect to make the William healthy condition of the body and mind annoyed. you ,

of those who have watched the phe county suffer and before the matter is Executor of Underhill the Estate,deceased of which they create, makes one feel joy be cured, take Chamberlain's Cough 'T. I. G N, aEe n' ..':. "r

nomenon, namely that heretofore the: ended the exchequer of the county will June 17, 1910.-Cm ful. Sold by all dealers. i.I Remedy. Sold by all dealers. 8.C. BOYLSTON, 'A. G. r. 1; JeekaonvOlet

outlet from this cavern was large enoughto be depleted for enough to build a good .. 1rt

allow the water to escape as rapidly' bridge across this part of the river.Sanford' .- PROMPT SERVICE AND SATISFACTION TO EVERY CUSTOMER.

asit entered, but the outlet having been 1
"8t )Pl) d up tQ a oertain extent, the air Herald. CARR'S MAIL ORDER HOUSEOLDEST FOR THE MJ + rt

forced in by the water has no way of escape About 7:30 Friday morning, soon aft t ; /

I forcing the water in the pipe into I er the employes of the turpentine plant WHISKEY HOUSE IN FLORIDA :f..

the air when sufficient pressure is reach operated by the Orlando Water & Light THOMAS CARR, PROPRIETOR WHO WANTS t c

ed.-Orlando Rep rter.Star. I Co. had gone to work, one of the three (Formerly of Augusta, Ga.) .f" ;

large retorts in which the pine chips are SUCCESSOR TO WILLIAM BYRNE ...

!The lateness of the cotton (crop in steamed in the process of making turpentine 127 MAIN STREET JACKSONVILLE! FLORIDAALL t

:Alachua county and throughout this section i from the wood, blew up with a LEADING BRANDS OF WHISKIES WINES BRANDIES, CORDIALS IN STOCK The Best that can he.

of the state has caused the ginneries PREPAID PRICE LIST. I GINS.
terriffc explosion, tearing the roof from .
to make a poor showing compared to the I 4 8 Qts. 12 1'
the building and in falling demolished IMPORTED GOODS. Qts. Qts. AT ANY PRICE
:same dates of 1909, The ginneries at I. Rhimeall Old Gin,Double
4 12
of the in which Qta.Jas. Qts. Qts.S14.00
one room they were Stamp ______. .. $4.00 $7.75 $11.50 (
m ------
Alachua the i
which are among largest I located. This retort is of steel about Hennessy's 3 Star Cognac .. American Holland Gin__ __ 3.00 5.75 8.50
last'' trendy-- ,--.- --- $ .00 119.00 Old Tom Gin*-"_ -_-___ 3.00 5.75 8.50
the state said to be behind Your Goods (the SAME DAY Order f
Irj are uoou are Shipped
I twenty feet tall and fully five feet in diameter John Dewar & Son's :Scotch Rhimeall Straight Gin.._.. 2.75 5.25 7.00Imperial i i.j
_...._________ 0.00 11.30 1T.OOll'.50
year's record in number of bales turned Whiskey u Rose Gin.... 2.50 4.75' 7.00
with a capacity of one and a Black and White Scotch ,
,out';. and since it'is estimated that the quarter cords of wood after it has been O'Connor's Whiskey ___Irish.__00__Whis______ 600 17.00 BRANDIES. _- we WILL SHIP YOU --
crop will con.aiderably-Ihorter than ... BLENDED 000])
6.CO 11.50 17.00
cut into When the key
chips. explosion occurred ------ ------------ 4 Qts. S Qts. 13 Qts.
that the total numberof Tlgerhead Jamaica Rum__ 6.00 11.50 17.U UwU'65Eebo HuUr
1909 iII probable the great boiler. sailed in the air Holland Gin __._._._.____00_ 5.00 9.50 1400 Apple and Peach,very old. $4.00' $7.75 111m $ Spring Cuead (Ter \
bales ginned there will be,much lees Plymouth Gin._..___..____ 600 11.50 17.00 Apple and Peach, straight.. 8.00 4.75 7.50 VTJjoa
like a sky rocket to a height of fully one Oporto Port Wine__________ 6.00 11.50 17.00 Apple and Peach__________ 2.50 450 6.75 lorry H1U.lair, :
than last On Sept. 1 the Alachua Banana and ___.____ 2.50 4.75 7.00 "
year. hundred feet according to those who I Golden Superior Sherry___ 6.00 11.50 17.00 Apricot
had turned out only a little 1890 Port..________________ 8.00 5.50 8.00 4F S. A111tlth.1bo"Judl..I3 Owr
ginneries witnessed the accident. Two of the employee A. G. Convento's Sherry___ 8.00 5.50 8.00 RUMS. 5.__'_ Boa's If ...... 4
over half.. much cotton as upon the were at work within six feet of Richard Pierre & LefUs. 4 Qts. 8 13 T s tberidUlCtI&onogrtm.. ........... .
Claret ________________ 3.00 5.50 8.00 Qts. Qts.Felton's
same date in 1909, but this may, in a the retort when the explosion occurred Rhine Wine___________--____ 3.00 5.50 8.00 Double Stamp Old c.-+ MtcyUod Club! ..... ...... .. b |
,,45 Mt. VMBOH. ........... 630 j t
measure, be accounted for owing to the in a corner of the building cut off from STRAIGHT WHISKIES-BOTTLED IN BOND FeltoaeF.Singlengland..dtsmp New_-_ $4.00 $7.50 $11.00 00 Black Label.............. 0 .

lateness of the crop. Daring the present and would doubtless have been 6 YEARS OLD. England um__..?-____ 300 8.75 8.50Felton's lea : d sa.a.
1 .
escape 4 Qts. 8 Qts. 13 Qts. 90 Proof New tiso : 4 read.
month much cotton has been received suffocated had the boiler in falling not John Gibson's Rye..._______ $5.00 |9.50 $14.00 England--____.__.___ 2.50 4.75 7.00 q1 four Ron...,. 7 !
at Alachua, but it is said that the Maryland Pure Bye_ 5.001.50 14.00 s ThalTothns..7 i
torn out the side of the building within Old McBrayer Rye_________ 5.00 9.60 14.00 MALT GOODS. CORN WH1S
ginneries have not been as steadily employed three feet of where they stood, allowingan My Maryland Rye____.__.. 5.00 9.50 14.00 .
1.11 in ye&1"I.GaineaTille bunny Brook Rye___..__---- 500Guckenhelmer's 9.50 14.00 4 Qta. 8 Qts. 12 Qts.Daffy's ....to_off a... 0--.0.11 1/4Y'
preceding inrush of fresh air. In taking its Rye______ 5.00 9.50 14.00 PwbbL k i tllOO '
Malt,for medicinal .
..,... pMud1a bous 110 ?....441Otd '.e>reBOTTZ23)IV ......
Sun. Cascade Rye: 5.00 9.50 14.00 __ ___. $4.00 $7.75 111.50 .. .
the retort missed all purposes Black and Bla... .. .
flight important Old Oscar Pepper Rye_____ 5.00 9.50 14.00 Shaw's alt.-.,__.__...__. 4.00Henry's 7.75 11.50R. ...haa'i.... ...flX G7"aa.u....110& Han_ Com I +
Key West proposes to hold the biggestcelebration machinery in the building, Mr. Cheney P. Pepper Rye.5.00 9.50 14.00 Malt,_.___________ 4.00 7.75 11.50 rn '.0. I-J..IJIe. Lard Y.liq.: ....... :
claiming that while the damage was Old Overboil] Rye.5.00 9.50 14.00 Corn Malt___.__.._____._____ 3.00 5.75 8.50 Ctekw Board ......... :..
ever pulled off in this state Old Corn Rye-....---..---- 5.00 9.50 14.00 .

when the work is completed on the Florida would considerable be in on shape the in structure five or, six everything days.- Bovln years Valley old)_, straight (5 4.00 7.50 11.00 GOODS F. O. B. JACKSONVILLE. iAM1t41_ ..:.SOHDMAOT 1"I

East extension. Remember-We charges on all '
Coast railway express
Orlando pay
Reporter. orders amounting to 12.50 ormore.Noepreae Peach and Honey from $2.00 to $3.00 per gallon. CIi-1-_'. ..... I Owe Ova

Angora goats are to be Mr. Beach'sapeci&1.tyin Florida baa 5,200 old soldiers on her charges paid for lees than$2.50. DOMESTIC WI NES. ?WIJI' Brack nan .11..I............ $.l>d 11.<>>
BLENDED WHISKIES. Qts. 8 Qts. 12 Qta. XMfrTiMe. 5.00 t
is the 11.0O
fact the Angora 00
pension rolls, who have drawn a half These brands are known to everyone. Bot California Sherry_______.._ $1.25 $3.25 $3.50 CeotolMiiMr. 12.00
breed. he will raise. He is now making million dollars since January 1. tIed by the distillers and are standard the Cabello Sherry_____: _.. 2.00 8.73 5.50 Mclhrood... .............. 4-00 11. number of the world over. Note the low price on same. California Port__.-______..-. 1.25 2.25 850 Blam'iMoootrtm......... 400 IS.OO
arrangements to import Eleven persons are awaiting trial in 4 Qts. SQts. 13 Qta. Stand Blackberry Cordial. 1.25 2.25 350 CMfBohrMili.........4.<>> 11.00
animals,and will endeavor to raise a Law 66 .. .. $5.m $8.50 14.00 Choice Blackberry------00.' 1.25 2.25 330 .......eo 4.00 1 10.11B1JLK' .
Alachua county. for violating the anti. ------ "- ----- __ '
0 ..... .. 5.00 9.50 14.00 Carlos Port_____ __ 2.00 3.75 5.50 WBISEmS' .
hair is -- -- ----
urge herd. The Angora goat Wilson Cal.Sweet Muscatelle. 1.25 225 8.50 a
seining law at Newman's lake. .. ... 5.00 9.50 14.00
arper -- 12.10.. W.00.B.dO; ,'14.00. M.8o.> 'r.
__ Garrett's Old Scuppernong. 2.00 4.00 6.00 t
very valuable, and .it is said Angora Echo Springs.------- 8.00 9.50 14.00 o.Ifr < sssr_
The safe of the Bijou theater in Jacksonville Old Sherbrook4.00 7.50 11.00 The above wines are absolutely pure,and are 1550,1.00p.r
meat is very good "mutton." The hair York Hill___-____..._..-__... 8.00 5.75 8.50 the most popular selling before the public to- BVUQ01UJ WNISJrftoJ Qua BLt I
I finer was cracked last week and later Belle of the Coste...__.-.____ 2.75 5.50 8.15 day. ,
of the the quality,
I goat, especially Mellow Springs------------ 2.50 4.75 7.00 t .
the thief wrote the
manager thankinghim CORDIALS.
W.SO. HUB. IS JO CBoe. tcnt&t
etc. and pf *
i made into muffs, wraps, ,
Per Qt. :
, for the goodly amount the safe con. to.* w .AaB&-
brings a high price. -Miami Metropolis. 4Qte. 8 Qts. 13 Qts. Creme de Menthe ImporledI1.25 On all order for'$340 or

tained. Double Stamp Old Corn Benedictine, Imported..__________ ..___.... 1.75 Oft roods will be ll' aar_ i
Chief Justice J. B. Whitfield, of the 100 proof__ $3.00 1575 $3JM Chartreuse, Yellow or Green,Imported.. 1.50 ahipped /br Mga.
According to statistics Florida has Straight Old Corn. 90 proof 2.75 5.25 7.75 Vermouth Imported____......_.......___. 1.00 IA bandao=e glass Jars.
supreme court, and his little grand children more automobiles than any other south Golden Pride -. 2.50 4.75 7.00 Curacao_........_........__... ..._. _._. L50 ,, S.O1NIG.01aTif..V9' '.PMet.i. .:....

: were out driving near Tallahassee J.. fIel",
ern state except Tennessee, which has I do not pay express charges on goods under $2.60 per gallon. I bandle everything (
The children
when his hone ran away. Whitfield's 3,500, and Virginia, which has 4,400 pertaining to the liquor business, and if there are any goods you want .CHAS 1 'BLm & <
;were not hurt, but Judge
Florida has 2,000, while Georgia has 0' ,
iieck was severely> wrenched but it is which are not in this list, send me your order and I will forward same to you I .... .

not known how badly. only 1.800. promptly. I make a specialty of Old Whiskies: aad::Wine for Family and Medicinal S1M19..,1: ), ..... IA tibJi. riP"'..'.'. :

1 I I Fifty families from, the'vicinity of purposes. All goods guaranteed under\ -'Pttr'e Food and Drugs Act;

Florida's: white sands hare been test- ;. Pittsburg, Pa., arrived in St. Peters THOMAS CABB, '

i 'j led and f found' suitably for the manuf : burg one day last week and settled on 127 Main Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Job Printing* Neatly Ij

,;.tuiB fiWgrades of glass.1. 1 I land recently purchased in that. section. CUT THIS "AD." OUT FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.

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who recently purchased the large store -
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$ ,,7 .PUBLISHED EVER "FlUDAY AT "boost"' I building known as the Crawshaw building I [, HE expensedFyoiiriisn't clothes \. : 'IIi t :

i' BTIIRKESRADFORD000NTYFIS.S. trying to give your candidacy a has moved here and: opened up .a; i. i tc
I said to a friend of mine that yon had i
T large: stock of merchandise.Miss what for them { '
MATTHEWS P.Iellaher and Propr. already a certain number of vot** Lois Edwards returned home last you pay : *:I

1/ -: SOHeCRIPTIOUOotYear. pledged was to,far you.short The of a majority number of mentioned tnl? week Carolina.from her summer' outing in North :I ._ but what they do fqr' you.- t I :

.. ;'.,..,.............................t.u membership of the House. My friend .
Miss Eva Nimmo spent Saturday and Clothes that well dressed j I
pjttOrtbThreONootaes....-........ v and you a ,
friend's "boost,
r ................................ .sr told me of your Sunday with her parents in Hampton. ,; cIa:
knowing your friend real well, I was $ left for '
--- frs.P. R. Permenter Monday up-to-date ace
Catered la: the Pontofflce at Starke. Fla., -&. satisfied that he bad taken all the latitude Genoa, Hamilton county, where she prosperous appearance relt

a ; .fleeand-clarr Matter that his conscience would allow. will spend about ten days as the guest the least expensive clothes can )10.
.. : you
;r ...; This iud 1ent, I submit justified .my of her mother; c
; Starke, Fla.,.Oct. 14, '1910v information tbat were Q ,
statement on you relativesin
T .. Miss Jennie Wilson visited buy: When you put ori an t c)olof
i "many votes short of the necessary Middleburg last week.J. 1 fl f

i number to elect. D. Randall, of Cmcinnatti, arrived r
: WHAT THE FILES SHOW. Finally, I cannot accept your kind this week and "ill spent several days at .q quthi

,rt t x, invitation to write the nominees that L. r
I' his farm in East Lawtey.
,t Readers of the Telegraph will recall] Bing'suit
the epeakersuip cquteet is a closed Enoch Griffis having decided to keep
4t- i. that we stated a few weeks ago that +ac

.' with Mr. Jennings already up with the times, purchased a, fine .cot
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editorial published some years ago
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brews indicated that its editor elected, because correspondence on Ford touring car. of clothes the fspe t
the Jasper the with I t jj
file in my office indicates that contrary P. R. Permenter was transacting business you put on
e Hen. J. M Caldwell.was a pro pei
t is true. :From the disparity between in Lake Butler and Raiford the first I i
hibiti9aistB either county option 01 confidence that with
and knowingyou
this correspondence your of the week. comes jfj/j1J ap.'w.
state-wide. Mr. Caldwell denied thai
claim that more than a majority of the Jesse Reddish was a visitor to Starke I
G editorial had ever appeared in I well dressed well '
an are dressed
nominees have committed themselves t to Sunday and brought his mother who is as as }
The Telegraph suggested anexamination I
.1. his paper. support, I judge that you have taken eta
your ill home with i
quite ,
of the files of the News t by in
t the kindly reception of your candidacy Mrs. H. L. Miller of Hampton, is i a anyone any company. : ; e.
and earned
two disinterested parties out
by nominees as a pledge of snppoit+ visitor to Lawtey to day. f ( a representative. From threpresentative : in We full line of these famous 4.
, deceiving yourselt a !
', ,' received the following and are, therefore, Quite a number of our citizens are attending carry -.
; ',' I f. 1 we have many instances. This view of the matter the New River Baptist Association I
letter: reference to the clothes in all styles and in and
\ ,, is strengthened by at Evergreen church this week. many patterns weaves, ;
r, Fla.Oct. 10 1910. I find .
f. Jasper, correspondence I have on file. (;i.

t '. Mr. E. Matthews, for instance, that one member writes me Attended Brigade Re-Uoioa. snappy, stylish, durable, money's-worth cl thes. .'"* -.

Starke, Fla. as follows: Messrs. W. T. Weeks, S. F. Morgan, 1 ..
i" My DearSir- "I have met the gentleman from South D. J. Byrd J. W Nichols John Croft, S [
. When
and have had+ you wear them they'll show j ; 7a
w ,In compliance with your request together Florida who is in the race James Clemmons, R. A. Teston, Alfred 4 7e
with similar request from Mr. communications from Mr.Jennings,and why talk about them :
a you we as we do.i
i was under the impression that I would J. McKinney, Mitchael Dukes and G. :
, J. M. Caldwell editor of the Jasper give Mr. Jennings my support, but have i W. Dyal, members of J. J. Dickinson } -. 1 '

j' News- have this day examined the recently changed my mind and am now Camp, United Confederate Veterans,, _

r files of the Jasper News from February, inclined to support you." attended the brigade re-union at Gaines FALL STYLES ARE NOW READY.

1909. During that Another nominee whom I happen to : .. "
1899, to January, i
ville during the week. They report a ..
period I find the paper had several editors know you consider as committed to youcandidacy large attendance of veterans at the re f : '

fp .... among the number J. M. Caldwell, writes: union and declare that no town any Suits $10 to $22. Suits $ J50 to $10
O. B. Smith, O. W. Smith W. O. Caldwell "Am.still undecided in regard to the@peakership. where cordial re ; :
ever gave guests
Would like to support a
J. B. Borland and W. L. Whit G
West Florida man, but fully believe you ception and delightful entertainmentthan '
field. I find an editorial by J. M. Caldwell would be more fair and impartial than Gainesville gave the veterns on this This is the home of I. & S. Bing <;Jtothes.Boys' '
Sept. 27, 1902, entitled"A .
published etc.
the other man, etc.,. occasion. Col. Weeks declares that t g

Y Plain Talk." In this article the ed And yet another nominee who I know Gainesville covered herself with gloryas J ,(.

itor calls attention of the business men has been reported to you by one of your a hostess. tli

that Jasper was then on the decline, sealed and de '
lieutenants as "signed, .

-l using these words: "A little more than livered" writes to me under quite recent ......,......."-.............." J. M. ..
; three years ago Jasper was the most date as follows: WITH 1"1 .

f progressive town within fifty miles of "At the present time no good reason FLORIDA EDITORS.A a

this place with the solitary exception of itself why I should not supportyou. L. -.1 ,
Taldosta. But how is it now? Toe suggests. You may rest assured this,thatI ....................................... "

population has decreased+ twenty.five am not as yet pledged to any one and STRIKING DIFFERENCE. IN GOOp CLOT ES '
will take the matter up with you probably
cent.," etc. Several suggestions Though the advocates of the open saloon -
per in person, within the next few
-were then offered as the probable cause, months." have about abandoned their onetime :
among the number the following: There are yet other letters that I might effective argument that the saloon ,

t "Higher prices may be asked by our quote from in support of the theory that was a necessity because of the tax it f

r merchants Than others. Lower prices you and your lieutenants have taken too paid, just as they have abandoned a

may be paid for produce or it may be much for granted, but these are sufficient dozen or more other arguments as actual STARKEFLA. .

'. because we I have driven the whiskey I think, to convince any reasonable demonstration has shown beyond the -

is trade from the town." t find severs person that I could not in good conscience shadow of a doubt that there was noth- : /

t, articles on both sides of the temperance write the gentlemen who are to ing in them. Cold facts have teen arrayed ::1

question, but these are communications compose .the next house of representatives against flimsy pretexts for argument \

# c I signed-"Prohibition" or "Anti-Prohibi that a majority of them are already and they have been knocked downto

tion" or bearing the full signature of: committed to your candidacy for the wallow in the mud and finally sink:

the writer. speakership, and, as much as I should I.I into oblivion, but it is well to keep facts

& Respectfully submitted, like to accommodate you, I must: decline before tha people "lest they forget" the' .

GEO. F. SCOTT. to make a statement that does not appear undoing of the false and untrue. .. .

Mr. Scott's letter does not indicate to me to be borne out by the facts Here is a clipping from the EastmanGa. -

.., that the News' endorsement of the openI of the case.I ( .) Times-Journal, which is to the WARRENDETROITa.THIRTY

Saloon was so strong as we had thought,, hope the length of tms letter nas not point, particularly as its truth has been

but it does show, we think that Mr. wearied you over-much. I offer in extenuation I amply verified: "
I "Two cities, Fargo, N. D., and Moore- ,
.. .Oaldwell was favorably inclined toward of its length that it seemed -. .
head Minn. not a mile
I I are quite apart.
the return of saloons to his town. to somewhat into detail to i ..;
necessary go Fargo, with no saloons for ten years, ;;
We leave it to :Mr. Caldwell to say make it plain to you that I have not has a tax rate of 15.98 mills and one --. .. S ,). ,. : oJ
.If. whether we owe lum any further retraction -" made statements regarding the status of mile of street pavement for every 676 : 'i. '- :
Moorehead with 46 saloons f'
population. =
and apology. candidacy that were not borne out .
{ your
L, i has a tax rate of 21.80 mills and only ,
by such information as would appear tothe one mile of street pavement for every .', .
? ;:I >f HAT PROHIBITIONISTS ARE FIGHTING reasonable mind as good grounds, as 3,862 population. ., t : :\.r

FOR well also as to conteract your very evident This proves conclusively that the saloon } .., .

I I purpose to place me in a false light as a tax reducer is a dismal failure I

Hon. Sebroa Wright. thewell: known I before the gentlemen with whom we are but as a raiser -taxes is a "howlingsuccess "!

Georgia prohibitionist, gives the following to serve as members of the;house of representatives ," and the reason is that the business -

: clear-cut statement of what prohibitionists next spring. I hope I have in itself creates more lawlessness +

are fighting for: accomplished both of these purposes for
i-, and crime than the license money it
t'' Men ard particularly business men, it is my opinion that, so far from entering pays to prosecute hence every county ao
that are trying to make men
insist we
their duties with impressions -
upon wrong with saloon within its borders
evil out of existence an open
good by legislating ;
; that we are trying to prohibit men from of one another, members of pays tribute for the privilege of havinga

drinking by making it impossible for the legislature should, as far as possible, hot-house for the development of

.them to obtain liquor. Cultivate a spirit of amity and co-opera- criminals.As t
We are making no such fight. We tibti to the end that the state's best interests
are fighting for the protection of the a creator ot business the open saloon
be served in their deliberations
We do not may
children of this country. is as great a failure as it is as a reducer
hope by prohibition to prevent the men : and that their time may not be of' taxes. Statistics prove that I
and women who have formed the habit wasted in bickering and factional divisions.
from satisfying their appetites the whiskey business pays less money
of drink In line with this sentiment beg
but we do hope and expect to prevent per thousand for the capital invested in r
to further that if some one other
our children from acquiring this accursed say it, to labor, than any other business in i ,
thau myself IB chosen speaker he
taste. the world. In other words, fifty thousand This is the Demi-Tonnean, 30-horse-power-plus, Bosch high tension tnagnetot; HO-inch '
to the saloonkeepers wheel base
We are not fighting put shall( have my hearty co-operation in his ,
t, out of business,but to get out of every effort looking to the welfare of dollars invested in practically any 34x3} inch wheels. A stylish, racy car that you will ba proud to drive on the city boTlevarda, it rnna so

the saloon business ourselves, for everyman our state. If the honor shall be bestowed enterprise would maintain one hundred quietly and smoothly. A powerful car, bne that has Been tested on QUi Florida roadg and not found want.
. and woman in a state that licenses laborers and their families, while the ing. It will climb the steepest hill and plough through the heaviest sand. If CfoIJe
4 you a car for
in the business. upon me I shall hope for the pleasure
"> saloons is! a'partner. same consideration. same amount invested in the brewing you will still want one that will do business when necessary. Style and paint are si able. yet not neces

y the and distilling business would employ sary. The Warren cars Lave all the style and finish you could desire and yet has th4
sY Do not be deceived about prohibition so necessary qualities
you have seen fit to give pub laborers and the ; endurance and low of If
the specious thirty then business power speed, cost upkeep. you are contemplating thu parchase of
amendment by arguments a-car; you
r of those who have interest to licity to your communication of the 3rd seeks to rob the laborer's family of the will do well to look into the Wa.rrenline. An investigation will cost you nothin J aid after a practical
inst. through the mails I feel of his toil demonstration will be better able decide which
"' it. The amendment product by exchanging the you to car will fully meet your needL For 1911 there
serve in opposing ) are
the saloon in this privileged to further "favor" the public vile stuff ha has made for the money he seven models-Runabout, Roadster, Demi-Tonneau Touring Car, Fore-Door, Torpedand
prohibits open Coupe all 30-
with letter and inflict them with
undertakes to that your I has been paid. horse-power. Write for literature. ']I.
state. Nobody my reply.I 'I
I wishes to do so cannot keep It is to assume ,that a '
Any who unreasonable
I one remain, with assurances of, high es- G. ALISON &
: and drink whiskey, and prohibitionists teem. man filled up with ten dollars' worth of Y FLA.

: : not claim that prohibition will whiskey each week is worth more to a ,
I do Yours very truly, J'.
I than five hundred and t
atop all whiskey drinking. They do E. S. MATTHEWS. community:

claim that the banishment of the open twenty dollars invested in a home every
and Even the saloon ad- ---------- = _
; saloon lesson drunkenness sa'rea" year. keeper ---- --r -- -
The, Jasper News, with tears in its admit that sober industrious citizen "PROHIBITION DOES SOr PROHIBIT." I public rights. One 'man's
of the men a is liberty ends
t .; Q'' large percentage young voice tells us that the AntiSaloon'Lea '' Why shOuld'Washington county b e

t from; contracting the drink habit. e is trying to disrupt the demo more to be desired than the maudlin Headed by the Times-Union the wide- where other's begins. Liquor selling compelled 4 f b suffer from a traffic tha, .

Those who .just cannot get along with. cratic party and calls loudly upon its drunkard in the gutter or the man behind openers of the Florida press are contin- is not a right as is the carrying on of ,Escambia- eounly can license for tfc*,t '

\ out a "wee drap'-need have no fear of readers to vote against state-wide prohibition the bars, who, inflamed by rum, ually harping on that worn-out plati- I other businesses,' farming for instance ,county ocl: |:? What right have the citizens
.. the adoption of the because the Anti-Saloon League has: committed an act that has made a and can only be carried on when that ,
off per of
1 cut by tude that "prohibition does not
being favors it. This same Jasper News is prohibit county to say to tbe citizen
tf amendment. They can send away and supporting an independent candidate criminal of him. ," therefore all attempts to prohibit I mitted by the people. It is distinctly a of this that!they will place liquor in tbi

,; have their jag shipped in. To be sure it against one of the democratic nominees We make this proposition and it cannot the sale of liquor are useless and harm- .. subject of police regulation, and has county regardless> of our protests again
+ inoonvenient to send so, in its home county. It is apparent that been so decided by the highest courts of i
will be av little be refuted: Every dollar spent for i ful. it? Were a an attempt to violate th
; the News is not so much concerned the land. .
? j far away for it, tut considering the about the preservation of the democratic whiskey is a dollar taken out of enterprise I i health law| aqd spread the yellow'f eve

r' y good that will be accomplished no one, organization as we might think from that will build a town, and the Let's examine this logic. Because Why should the people of any county I.or some otlfer equally fatal disease froi

should, mind, making- ., thiy little.''sacrifice. reading its phillipics against the Anti. man who drinks it is less a man "afterraking" certain people do not believe in complying in the state have the right to extendj which they ?+ere suffering into -tW!
Saloon with the laws relative to the :
League. -
than 1 e was "before taking." prevention their trade in an outlawed county, they Would be met *'sboi
by a
4 :; Joe Hugh Reese, of ,the Miami Metropolis Just a little more than three weeks As a business proposition, as a moral' of the spread of typhoid fever in into another county where commodity:! Ran qoarAntrine" along' the border/an
ridicule them the
save! that nearly every snake until the election. Be sure to rote on proposition, as every other kind of a Jacksonville and has been barred? Is that democracy? be turned tfack. '
IS S of the Starke.Tf'IejlI'&pb"containa a the side of the same that prohibitory liquor laws are
right prohibition amend
him the jimmies proposition, except a bad proposition, Ilf a county with ten thousand
story that almost gives ; ment. The right side is the side of the ridiculed by certain classes, is it a reason! people; The law*prohibiting liquor selliDare
:'i ,Joe Hugh draws the conclusion thatBradford.conntl'must he saloon is a dismal failure first, last shall vote unanimously that liquor shall .
and the home. like
toy The side is
wrong' why the authorities should disregard the they l taws tbspter.d
be very wild and8ta1'8e1T the side of the saloon. and all the time. Mr. Bryan truthfully ; not be sold in, the county, shall them providing against
settled. We might also oon- laws regarding the nissemmination o'f I of f ise ae. If one coun' i. on
I says, "No one ever leeks to defend it; voice be overruled by an !,
of the Id- adjoining: '
tliat'MitorMatthews; disease that made to the ; city even, $
are conserve a theirs
c ride Hugh Sparkman formerly of the Per exempted from :
offer it. county that cast
often they only to excuse But can j may but five
;. egraph'ees snakes pretty ry Herald, is now editor and owner of I health of Very citizen of the state, and forcemeat, ihe whole-state, and possiDi
there be an excuse for a business for i votes aU favoring the liquor 1'f
TeWS. traffic
r often.eneaceil the Lalre -.Oit"Inder- Lake'City ?
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oche riellowe' word for people may bank on it that he will give' j which there can be no defense.-Green ere I Yet that is just what the ant!-pro>Iibi.1'(i relief & tha all must suffer ,The cD1 ,

the B.Ak98. 1" ; 1,;hem a,live paper. )ore Springs. Private interest! m-s* alway yield to tionist demand \ | counties be under txm9
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-. REPORT OF LICENSES isandby.theTAZOofectoradlptita i
tea'o which

Brjford, pcfc 1?. Her.D.JL Bridle The Board County Commissioners met C. L la Temporary ,Heat Quickly haTe been tiled with the County Judge, for the period beginning on Sher. 4nt day w
October }.1910,Chairman
# eTaaD1I8tC0IItmOnOee a called Ilell on J4 of October, A.-D. 1909. and ending the first day of October.-A. D. 1910. l
fP' II O.J.KnigWaad
Peek,J.S.BoII1el'1.W.Bppel'8On. "
car "
I i. certtt of meetings bfcwatltb" Christian W.G.Seals being present. The meeting i.Did r stop to think oldie, many ways In which a IJcense.0. To whom gTaDted. Forwbatpn m. ofLicense, ,T91 t o .tor Stats 'ns

: : th1'c ooh 1 tomorrow/ .Alf' are' Invited to of said board,was books for the ud purpose the of following revising ,'perfect .better t3 of value If you want tosleep with your win ::2 1 .1 HBmtow 0 Price merchant... OcFt f,11109. Oct.lj '1910. 1 .'8 00

the registration .. BOO
'1 tteild. names were ktrlcken: from the books; dow open In winter, you can get sufficient heat from an oil heater 8 01 Standard Clark Dix on Co wholesale, oil &' I ) I 00

: Af D. Andrews made a business p while undress ar night and then off. t5$ 2S 00
AdHns. B A, 'dfat 2,moved from county you turn It Apply a match 5 Standard on Co wholesale g&iI011ne' 5'OJ 10 00
l td.t Mlle Mondays : t -: N '2 in the 6 PM padgett turpentine BUILt '.
Andrews, S morning, when you get out of P M 40 00
K! 1 Padgett merchant "
i H' lit and-Mrt j) 'o:, tonpeatafew4ayt : Chancey.JN Anderson. or 2 2 bed,and you have heat while you dress. 8 Williams .,.. 'I 1 5i)J j Jo 300 8 00

r t, i4 Jacksonville this week-visiting Compton.W A "" 6 .", Those who have to eat an early 10 g JuW Mixon k Williams Murdaugh" a"s :, < _.. .11&, ) 800 .;x,"

CasonLem 8. : .
!' lrelativet.t' Cam bell. 0 H 5 II" breakfast before the stove is radiating 11 12 AAHazen H 0 Richard Insurance" \ 'r.. ."... '\..,;.,.... ;','. :5-11:19 ,I' 1J BOO.00 .-'J" .
i Fr' ,1;..Byrd enjoyed visit to the< Dowling.JP Dukl-J, W D. .Jr 2 9 .. 1k J heat can..get immediate warmth from 13 .I W ,1ntng merchant.. v :. ., :','. ::1 .; S 8 OO 6U "

: .bozn&'cl her father. Mr.. Z* M. Sa.n ers.1 Davis.Dtnk1n.I. CA"." 2 6 .,_.u. I an oil heater, and then turn It off. 15 14 M Wm L Douglass Thomas ,. ,--4' :13:1'1\1"\$< '! S 800 00 '::r...%:, -

'of Hawthorn; last week.She was acoompanled EasteTUU,J F ",2
byy little Miss Era daughter Enser.Edwards' 0,R J L "" 2 6 moved from.. county a cold room in the morning can 18 R H Green ; 4--- .. ..".,,i- :1' M ,! 3 300t 00

of My. and )!no J. 0. Byrd. Edwards, W W J H "" 8 2 "" have warmth from an oil heater while 20 19 J 0 Scarborough A Douglass "" ." '. ,f A,:''. 1 51 I 360 .
School here last"'Monday with ( 0 she and then I 21 R L O'KellT ', 16n 300 ,
; opened Elarbee T W plays, turn It off. 22 Ball &Stokes "- 1 rll1 \ :2; 150 ,

quite a large enrollment. Fowl T. Peter P, "" .2 2 deadFrtdwick. '. The member of the family who 23 Lake Butler Drug 00 druggt..t,t .3 1fIt\: ,, I J 8 6 00 ro .

Thp ,J. H.. Jones Mercantile Oo. sold utoh,8 B "" 6 6 moved from" county' has to walk the floor on a cold win :24'S C W A H Williams Townsend merchant.. .' 5[.dr 6 (O
this -eel t $12,000 "worth ,.of cotton and Futch.Fielding K L .... 8: f... ter's night with a restless baby can get 27 W It'Angel N Andrtt Zacharias .". e "..' ,.. .Ist.1 i.1I.: 900 900

cotton seed and from the outlook there Gill OasktnsTho8 WT II Sdt-ad 6: temporary heat with an oil heater, and )8 F M Byrd .. '.... '1'5 p. 3 to < 1
.. 3 00 -
;jis'goSng to be more cotton than was expect ARemingwA yt Tucker .' 1Hazelton 1 "" then turn It off. The 29 00 So CD Turp May&Hardware Co 'N'k. ." .3kQ 4':'. 1 61.Q .

I 31 TomUllIon &XainC8 900
NatHornsby. II 2 dragMst I .
; 3'01
f .. S': E L Odorn merchant 600
BeV. "filled his ) J 2 moved from.. county .. Sot S 00
Q. W. S.,Ware regular Hoehle, Henry 8Hollingsworth. VJRFECTIONItiOKEt.EfIi9 3.1: LA Duncan I 4154 '
.. W 0 Townsend & Bon" ., 900
6 dead
'appointment'here at the Baptist church F D .. S -6 00
Hammon W H II 2 .. S5 W C Townsend&Son livery; stable .' S ', 755
;set unday. Hicks,JWHolley 6 moved from county 36 W W Harper merchant,. 1 1 3 oo1" '
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Re, L. A. Digby retumed'home Mon- Jones,J, Robert J 6 2 dead moved from ('ountyKnhrht 1 88 J M Alvarez :'. -4. ; ?t .19,300 .. .
.. to
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Cia' y Jtrom Jacksonville where he had M H .. A dead" 40 J W White drunist. 1 1 } s f:3: UO
0 merchant
Kirkllter. M .. Altolately taaMta and odorkn .. .. 13 00
been;)o fill his regular appointment. with Kelly, T O .. 6 2 dead moved from county .n J JMMurrhet E Harrison! .. '<,.r.;'. ... 1 t ::312 ,))
Robert ;
the Christian church., Lane Love, J 8Lllw 6 moved from county invaluable in its capacity of quickly giving heat Apply a match and it is Immediately 43 J W Morgan >4 .l li!;; ) IQ''SW i
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'J.M: Rowe and family, formerly of J T .. 0 at work. It will burn for nine hours without refilling. It is safe 44 FA Moore billiard table ,I' 7.C t10 0015 -
M Leviton .' ,
Llddon MRMurphy 6 smokeless and odorless. It has merchant '
a damper top and a cool handle. An Indicator ) 4 o :9 00
Laker Butter have moved here to make ,J E dead 46 J 0 Manning "- e.. t '..
shows the of :
always amount oil in the font. .. 1:1:3 00
:McCall C C 9 moved from comty 47 N B Hull -t- ; '
this eir.fnture home.* We.are 1l glad McDavid,C V 6 .. It has an antomatte-locktug flame spreader which-prevents the 48 J o per \ ''S 15.. "!. ". ,.454'1.5G! ,900 80019

b haVo them make Raiford their choice. Newsom, M L I.". 2 '"' wick from being turned high enough to smoke, and Is easy to remove and drop JTReaves .. ." J f. ;S 00

Mfts'Trumie Taylor came last Sunday Osterman L,B Oscar .. 6 6 .. back so that the wick can be cleaned in an instant. 31 50 Mrs Clara Lane II '" .. 1f6' ( ,, ;.900
"" -
Parker Isidore II 6 The burner body or gallery cannot become wedged, and can be quickly 52 A M Darby .. = I. i 130 4/10's, is 00 f
to take ; ber position in the school room. Peterson 8 33 The Johns Furniture ". 1 / :!:900
{ WE".. unscrewed for rewlck ag. Finished in Japan or nickel, strong, durable, well. 300 '.00

This Wakes her second term here and all Presoott.JMBeyno Powell.W,Blair .. 6 6 dead moved from county made, built for service, and yet light and ornamental. 54 55 $eM o Bell Edwards Telephone Co telephone shOOting gallery .:. ,. ,as ,'10 U lil! SJ!

x to have her back again to take : IL\. 8 -" 56 .1 M Johns merchant J s I 6'1 :500
Fjad 6te ohn .. II Drains evtrytflttrt. If net at yann. mitt foe dtxrtptbt cftnferto JCW1180D ." f 157 60( 3 00

chine of their children. S w "If Ik*uarttt ogncy e/Iii 58 J'Moulln .. I Pr 2._. 15I t3 000

oot.. :D. E. Knight and Sup J. O. iwln .. 6 Standard Oil 59 L L SappJr II '; r J '8 ,
Company t 165 ;8 00
:.D 6 60L L Sapp,Jr livery atabe ,-'" ;; J'
"Poppell;of Stare; delivered a fine lect$ "l' 6 .. 61 R 0 Daniel merchant .. .-, ; ., 8'15 : 'r 110
Lij II 6 (bn.,......) 82 E ANew80m :/J. I b58 00 + Friday night in behalf of the, t.'J j6 63 Mrs G M Ststnmk -, .;l""t', : .,. tIll) 81)
6 IIWheelerj' M J W Andrew.Jr stable ,. t ::300
Florida Anti-Saloon League. livery ," 's'' : '
3 I :750
6 WH Miner
i Toil can say what you please but Bai- Ware, BO 4 .. 65 00 UDMiner merchant'.. :: .a :. J 1-,;:: is 00 r
William, A L dead f11 Nellie B Sayler I 1 w ,,8 60 ,
fOrd is sure on a boom. The foundation ,., a 10: '900e
68 R D Taylor .r .
28th druglds' ?
The board adjourned to meet October : : li fa

is being laid for the new store of Mrs.Q. when they will hear complaints of persons John B. Stetson UniversityLINCOLN 10 W W L G Summers Brooke merchant" ,' ..., I'. I i 1 e10 8 00 tIQ :
.. '
B"S pp.' You had better come early whose names have been improperly stricken 11 CCOdo .. ","!'n' .." 1 0'." 800 '
to HULLEY, Ph. D.. Urt D. LL. D., President 1',3 EHDouglass 4' "i'o ''' ,11 i', 'I : '300
If want to in but we will be and restore such names the books. .j. 9 800 s;
i you get M A Dukes "
W.T.WEEKS,Clerk. THE BEST SCHOOL is NONE FOR YOUR CHILDREN ., :t.'F.. (; ; I' ::81 ) !
clad to have you,call any time. TOO GOOD 14 Stephen Brown r "';" :""r, I .' 1M 'S 00 !
SEND 15 Shaw aLee dentist; '4!> ;f>" !r'
: 000 c
Say Louis, you seem to be more lively Inspectors ol Electhn.Notice 16 .J S merchant ,
49 Professors and Instructors College of Liberal Arts 17 J W Townsend ;4' i it 8 00
: these 'days than usual. We guess that turpentine still ::, ,. 'e 1,: sa 00
is hereby given that at a meeting of 17 University Buildings College of Law 18 Wolfenden &Co erattt mill' ;: > ..}.i.. 'n 00 +

it U Becauseschool? has opened. the Board of County ConunisHloners in and for 28 Acre Campus College of Technology 19 80 J JJ W Cox Hatcher merchant.. : '\{ j';. '. I .. 1 liD.i.. 1300
Bradford county held on the 12th day of Octoer : >
: ..E jNVFalson returned home Monday A D. 1910 the following named persons 581 Students Last Year College of BusinessPreparatory 81 B M IAoverett &Co .. -'. ...4.t-.i: 'r T to 15!8 00
1 00
fgoro Mayo where he had been on busi were appointed aa inspectors and clerks for the $250,000.00 Endowment Academy 82 W EMiddleton druggist ': r ,i\\.':'(. ."#- 'J :800
83 A A Hazen ''' .
general election to be held in the several voting merchant ,
I 100'
15,000 Volumes in Library Normal and Model Schools 84 W A Tills :f.f.1I.: : ,8 oo'er'r
ness.; precincts of said county on Tuesday, tie: '
.. : ; I M :100 +
$10,000.00 Pipe Organ School of Mechanic Arts 85 M P t ;
D. 1910. .
8th day of November,A. .
iMri 1: H. McC&rmlck and bride re 86 OL Thomas U ".. .. t 50 i ;S 00 '
District No., Lawtey-W. F.Godwin,Enoch 10 Large Laboratories Science School of Music .. ; ;' aoo
J R Davis .
turned to Raiford Monday where they Ortffis. R. M. Prevatt inspectors; Louis H. Unsurpassed General Equipment School of Fine Arts 81 88 J Davis insurance II : ; ,'0' ., O a
clerk.District{ oJ
": will inake: their home for awhile. All Hill, No.2, Lake Butler John Cro t, Henry Separate dormitories for young men and young women. Careful administration and thorough supenrisioa 89 J R Davis .. :" }..... 20M-m'.i

many friends wish them much Fowler, H. N. Hodges, inspectors; J.D.Cobb. Christian and sectarian teaching.: For catalog or views for information, or for room reservations, address 91 00 J JRDavti.R Davis U.. : ,. '.. .

theirs clerk. JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY DeLAND. FLORIDA. 92 J R Davis .c _,,.:t '
happiness and success.E. District No. 3,Palestine-W. C. Kerce,J. G. 9S J R Davis ... ', ; t .. I.I.E
Roberts. E. Douglass, inspectors; William .. i .
fri Folson's new store is now com- Krce,clerk. 64 J R Davis ,," ,- f
J '\
DistrictNq,4, Providence Jno. W. Osteen, 95 Davt.f i. .., ", I .
ete4 and will be for business assoon "
p open WANTED WANTED III' JRDarls ,. .3
*. Bus8eU j.
O. O. Odom N. Douglass inspectors; : .
as his stock of goods arrive. Taylor, clerk. gj JRDavis II .' : '7.; i 1'0' J '
District No. 6, Pine Hill-F. L. Colson,M. P. To buy in this city a lot suitable for -,To purchase for client a farm near 98 Louis H Hill real estate ; i:<,,: '. & :5 .' 10 00 .
; 00 Bostick, Godwin &Co merchant ,: ",. .
and Mrs. H. W. Raiford visiting Albert
MTJ! are Matheny W. H.Pm &Ioter.lnspecton; .
: Surrency,clerk. building, near court house. Must be in Starke, Fla. Must be improved and 100 Bostick: Godwin &Co turpentine still : f7 83 800 00
Lake Park Ga. this week. 101 DE Lynn .
in merchant '
District Starke- W. Morgan J. S. for -
No.1z. select location. State ready occupancy. 0 W Alvarez u .? ,1. ; S 00 't
price. '102
] Miss Effie Browning is able to be out Cassle, J. B., Davis, 'Inspectors; R. A. Weeks, 100' J L Warren telephone 1;i ; 1. 00
clerk : '
after being confined to her bed :with District No.7, Hampton-L. A. Wynn, A. M. lot AA Do..gla&l merchant 800 t
-' Williams, D.J. Byrd, inspectors; Vernon Jones P. O. Box 182, Starke, Fla. P. O. Box 182, Starke, Fla.School 105 J City B Abbott Drug barber : :> 1. J: 200 i'
100 Store
f druggist '.
; clerk : l
13 r ;
QiMigee District No.8, Raiford-N. T. Bitch, Jr., J. 107 J V Jonea Jrerchant t: .: 800
Ada and Belle Sapp spent Wed- W 150 t 100
{ 108 Whitten & Son
still : :
W. Nichols,J. H.Jones, inspectors;J. 0. Byrd turpentine 1.1 00
and Thursday Starke.ANNOUNCEMENTS. clerk 100' W M Whitten & Son merchant .P"I' ,; !
.,1 District No. 9. Worthington-o. L. Mlzell, 110 A G Withee&Co turpentine still : t M' ." a .r 3 00 '
A G sseo i.
Frank McLeod.David Dukes, inspectors; H. (). Ill Withee &Co merchant ll. .00 :t
A 1ullivan II '
.:..f .
. Peeples, 113 T B Handley still 1. 800
v FOB MARSHAL C. L. PEEK, Ailditorillifi lU T B Handley merchant turpentine ; ... :it i 00 "', t '
Chn. Board Co. Com. '
Attest: I 115 Louis Bitch 1
1 cans candidate for re-election to the office W. T. WEEKS, Clerk; 116 Walter Underhill druggist merchant : ;' .'-.. l'' 0 l "

Marshal and Tax Collector of Starke and respectfully 111 J W Whitten & Son" ,,. ".r.._,. -:+,'-, 1)1: 00 "
solicit the support of the voters. I Sheriffs Sale. 119 Hoover Bras photographers" --. ,, ', 3 .1; ". .. r _
goo ..
promifte to give faithful and efficient service if 119 L Sapp 2 .
elected.\ L. H. AUSTIN. NOTICE is hereby I, J. N. Lang- l' 120 H 0 Richard insurance merchant 'r:: ." '.;,,'s 1 3 00 .' .

'I Sheriff of Bradford county Florida 121 H 0 Richard .. r. .2.. L A3..
; ::1 FOR NIGHT MARSHAL. under and by virtu of that certain writ of execution 122 H Richard ." : '.' ". 2 v L'
.I ama candidate for re-election to the office 1..sued out of and under the seal of the 123 He Richard u ..' ,, :4 ., Y .
pt Night Marshal and respectfully ask the support Circuit Court of Bradford county, Florida October Utli 12.t HC-Richard '. '. ... 2 2 :: e 'P
1 ,1 of the voters at the ensuing election. If against A. W. Overetreet and W. M. Over- 125 Poppell&Co merchant : _'. .i. ;
elected shall endeavor,aa in the past,to faithfully street, partners doing business under the firm 1..96 H M Scarborough" .T'- ; ; 00 (ft[ a
and of Southern Furniture and lZ1 G C Livingston &CO" : 3 p' "
discharge the duties of the office. name style s k Y i c'j "rl
'. ED. BUBNSED. Hardware in favor of High Point 128 G C Livingston &Co undertaker .. & t CI 60 % -
Metallic Bed Company, a corporation of the 129 Seals &Johns merchant ;; 1 : i 13 .1 i

candId to State of North Carolina, on and dated October 8:00 P. M. 130 J M Murrhee II .. :1( t r 4100 j J
I hereby announce myself a .. ; 1:1.: i 3 00
10. 1PIO, will offer for sale and sell to the hIgh- 131 The Shriver Co .
and will
of Starke /
Marshal ,
the office of Night :; }
i t I 3 00
est and beat bidden therefor for cash at the 182 E1arbee Turpentine Co turpentine still (
the duties : ; .
,endeavor to discharge sav
elected .
if solicit the court house door in the town of Btarke, 1a3 E jar bee Turpentine Co merchant : -3 I g( 00 '
.I respectfully SILAS KITE support Bradford county,Florida, on Monday,the 13- I H Douglass I 1.. :1 t 00' s
; wactr. 7TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1910, 185 W H &J H DowUng" ,' .0, -I 1 f i'i 'J it! 00 t13l
.W H &J H DowUn shingle mill 00 "
: FOB TAX ASSESSOR, the same being a legal sales day of said court, 137 W H &J H Dowllnsaw mm : .' 2 ; 00 -
during the legal fhour* of sale, the following 138 S L Alvarez barber r-.', N ; 20 00 .:f
1 hereby announce myself a candidate for reelection described personal property,to-wit: MRS. JEANETTE HANNON SIMMONS 139 J G Roberts merchant 12 I "l' :: :10 r
Tax Collector for the Town of
M chairs 12 31 J R .. 00 '
solicit the of Two Morris baby carriages, UO Groover 1 I r r
Starke>and earnestly support my ,. ; a 00 .:
pltlzens( chairs, 10 rocking: chain,6 high chairs,3 fctoves, 141 H S )1Uler' I
fellow : T. W. SW1tU.I 1 sideboard, 1 refrigerator, 1 baby crib, 2 mir- "\ 142 Man & Prevatt Uvery stable ; << 1' 3 3 00 ,
H f rors.2 picture frames, 5 bedsteads, 1 se"ingruachiM 1.3 Mo BeI\.nt merchant :!!r b I 00
I, 6 baby cradles, 8 mattresses, 12 pillows Assisted by Local Talent.PROGRAMME. lU Robert Ellison I,<< I. 3 1 1U5 .
: 11 bed BE .t; 1: S 00 .
Facts to Smokers. 1 dresser 25 joints stove pipe. Rosier : r ,
: '
! bpringa. 1 lotjtove pots kettles, bakers and 1.jI Oscar Johns II f.;. 1- ;I' S OIJ '
92 window shades, 5 bedsteads 100 147 John Johns .. : 300 v ..
;Do { know that, in Cuba, to test supplies : i (
: you yards matting, lipt of'rags, 2 wash standS, 1 148 Lee Hoffman .. ,.1 Jan..t910.. '.. ". I.i: 00 .l
i '
Have& tobacco, Iheleaf is rolled into a typewriter, 2 lamps and oil can, one-horse 149 Sun Bros show .";'t 1 al1St Ii

cigar and,lighted to get the taste, then wagon and 1 bay horse ) Pb1ll1p .. j- 1 ? : ; il 00
the light is permitted to go out and the J. N. LANGFORD, \ 151 E S Dues merchant,. & .. ; I OO
Sheriff Bradford Co., Fla. 152 M A & Co 1'y
cigar .s again lighted, acd if the taste is D. E. KNIGHT 153 P R Permenter barber: ::.' : << I'' !' i; I

rank and bitter the tobacco is graded as Att'y for Plaintiff. 13. J A Douglass merchant ;,5 1 ; I! 00 :5 ,

inferior quality. Palm Smokers.are always 15RaineT &Lewis S ,' 0 r ; A 00

: tweet after relighting A WOMAN'S BACK. Piano Selections Miss Hodges 1M Grant R F Demorftit Shuster Co theater auction sue i t. .. }.. 'a< 3'kkt t : 00 00 4 ,137

Do you know that y cannot get finer 158 J S Harmon &Son Insurance s :!r IOu' ..

, Havana tobacco in any cigar at anyprice The Aches and Pains Will Disappear II 159 160 A New Z Adkins York Clothing Co s., merchant ... 3 I.. 00 6 '!'" '
Sketch "Miss attorney
Palm Smoker Comedy Spriggins and the Census Man"Mrs. 5 f : iP c>> .
than that which is in a 161 Starke Pharmacy t _. .
the Advice of This Starke Citizen I'J t'
162 0 G Pearce livery stabl 00
? ,. C. A. Futch and Roger D. Wells 163 Wolcott Maryland Show show i '2 2' I ii I)) ,
}, Do von know that Palm; ,Smokers are Is Followed.A 16.f Wolcott Maryland Show .. I t QJ t

madelby Cuban hand workmen? Every woman'lback has aches and 165 Wolcott Maryland Show .. ;'2' J' tj }
I many
"Old Home" Leo 1M Wolcott Maryland Show O
ct will-burn"even and draw,free-not pains. Whistling, Kentucky Canova 167 Wolcot Maryland Show Wild restaurant West ._' ,12'g ; 0

like cigars that are made in molds. lC8 Wolcott Maryland Show rack III
Mrs. J. F. Canova Accompanist cane '.
Most times 'tis the kidneys' fault. ire N J Parrish photographer 2 1)1 7 ?
Palm Smokers
Do know that 2.
Lyceum Comedy Co show .. y q
Backache is really kidney ache.That's 100 1
; 1ft
other 5c ?
dealers than cigar J A
more Cowart
any merchant .
That is because they .are worth a great why Doan's Kidney Pills cure "The Love of Bernice, From "The Sign of the 13 12 J 0 Haynes.Bros dentist merchant a ':fC. i', t 1 1 51 00 'y

deal xcore.Do it. Cross" (Wilson Bajrett) 1-1 J HJones Mercantile Co .. .<< :S j I 00 'I.
know that the and 1;5 A .T Dekle saw mil :::1l!? rr 00 t
yon wrapper Many Starke women know this. f .
Mrs. Jeanette Hannon 16 Wilkt-r30n & Howard turpentine still r }
from the
filler of a Palm Smoker comes Read what one has to say about it. li7 Wtlkel'llon& Howard \ merchant : .' t d as 0tJ .
famous Voelta Abajo district of Cuba, liS H R Brown 'i : II 00 ;:
and that the'same grade of tobacco is Mrs. J. L. Warren, of Starke Fla., 19 8 H Hagan .. << .l' i 011l ..-j- ,
used the finest brands of imported: cigars says: "For sometime I was a victimof Quartette "Love's Old SweefSong"Mesdames ::l) R Howe L O'Kelly& HumphreT pool turpentine table still .": '. ..!O a' :ZO l 00 60 IIbl

r r trouble. The Futch FernandezMiss 182 R L O'Kt'Uy J LS p) '
kidney kidney secretions Ensey lIlerchad. ;7
.. 15$1
3 !
PowelH1mlth Co
Do J jrou' know"that"'iTyon) have not were too frequent in passage, 1 id4 Powell.Smith Co turpentine still '. .. :. :1 p) .-.

smoked a Palm Smoket, that yon have and I suffered Peek is-S H C Grover merchant '. -x ,,7. lib 5 .
causing me great ; yi
annoyance 1S6 Geo earlos l 1
barber '
not smoked the best :; ,'
from backaches and ; E H Jones still I sIx -
DoFyon know that a Palm Smoker liar constantly Recitation "Getting Information From Pa" 158 EH.r"n merchant turpentine *.. ;.'".,1 to 20 W ,_

that smooth, rich taste that is so much: dull pains through my kidneys. could 1S9 J P ThOma.i .. s -. .::1'1'. 300 .< 4. "

sought.hi high grade Havana cigars? < not rest well and in the morning I arose Hollis Knight 100 191 B W' C. (4rarn pool merchant table Al ".-1 :;r V", "' ,.E.%i J 7 Stu f$ ,.r .. _' A c
Do -you know that substitutes may feeling tired and worn out. My back lit! DocWood II ,. ., lr, '. : 1 F
.. 1i' ,
look the Palm Smokers but Pantomime "Those Old Sweethearts of Mine" 193 J H GrUfi.i 'Ie "j. : ...
.same,, as. became very lame and I often found it 194 Anni..tead insurance! ', a"'' 15J

they will not taste jthe same? Insist upon difficult to get around. I at length read Twelve Characters HI5 ('I\mpbt-ll: Bro: turpentine still ,;> !O.: i 20 5 (a) '' ;1.'

: getting a Palm Smoker, then you 1f! ) W S Hays merchant I i ; .
know -gettingthe best that mon : about Doans's Kidney Pills and pro- 1 1P7,e J Hou..hod W Hodges I! Remedy Co traveling merrMnt dealer. : ",,.+,-'.t 72, i 23 CO .J ... ,

ey will buy- _t 1"1' cured a box at the Starke Drug Oo. Whistling "Dixie" Leo Canova IIfJ John Hamp..m II i:50: 'I 'tU) .'* ar
Th ;price of Palm Smokers is, 50 and Since using them, I have been free frombackache Mrs. J. F. Canova, AccompanistSolo 201 200 A.T AJGiII&Gill &:Bro Bro sawmill merchant :yr": .',."<." ...... It; i 2M 1 ro .S \ _

are few sale at all first-class dealers. and the soreness and lamenesshas 20": D W Hazen .. '". ,. t:F W .. *v-,
; tr
2Ji! H B owart 's
disappeared. The annoyance from "Goodbye" Mrs. J. E. Futch 204 .1 C Carter ; ':.Ir I., I 1 1 1.1 ro 0 >
J L Underhill .
:26 .
' lThe:: oa&dence te't' b/ farmers and \ the kidney secretions has also ceased Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones, Accompanist"The ;fir I Henry Bate barber I. 'r..; '. '. z i'10 '

..Brfr3rdtncn b Ferry's Seeds to-day'' and I am able to sleep well. Doan'sKidney 20i Mlles Tompk1n3 merchant I 3 < A' S 00 ,

would bsrc been Impossible to fed la'' Pills benefitted me wonderfully.In Soul of the Violin Garret 2 200'(( Doc Wm Wood Johnson II II ..I ',. .'. ,. r, ,:f too..... ,,
\ say *ds two score of years 210 nLMizell: .4 3 150
the .
fact I can that they are best -. ; ::'',' r '
say 50
atilt a have made a B Shps f
211 show .
Mrs. Jeanette Hannon Simmons \ ..
2 Ii OCI
nee of seed kidney remedy 1 have ever used. 212 J H Williams attorney .
.2 ) .
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. 218 0)1. J Stokes C Morris& Butler m..rcha liver) .stable ..,." ". 4 .'&" ::1 It 25) .

.g Poster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, 215 J T Starling bowling alley '-: .'. 'r .4. J 5110
216 -.Jeise :McGill merchant ,;. n; ?" 7
sole agents for the United States. 211 Cason & Wilson! r"stsura.t ; t g !'t lilt) .
Under Auspices of W. C. T. U. Starke.GenerafAdniission 219 E B Johns Ur pry stall ",-', r 350 L r .
of t
Remember the name Doan's andtake 219 I I Lamb rr,01 table ,, .,t, x c 12 !I. II&,) :i
+ llWtTS d9 220 T Nhead 1n..tU'Hrc' t IJ) D 9 ,
i no other. .. '2 fq t OJ >
what '
exsct eon. .
': ..Jolthtt'Cvamhcre. For wale .. "">, i v-,- ."'./ 25c and 35 c.. Reserved Seats 50c. Bradford County. j l "" 4 ...r" _, 1;, .

nun $ltmD "Sugar.' '' I Tba9.J. Deese County Judge, certify that the foregoing 1- a ci+io oifati "t
U Bret.oa rust '. Fire wltt completely 'consume pure : *- t* 4 the icensee tssu"'d. .by the COunty .. and lax Co Usurer from the.lei day oS(3ci A' ,
l009,to the 1st /1.., ol October, A. D. 191: A t. t 1
't' :
i *.?.rtRItY co. DeIroI i9 Kteh. \\ ash lathe i n} :: Reserved.Seat Tickets Now on Sale at Starke Go. _
I ." sugar ,.: ; : Drag Given ender mT hand and official stsi this 1st day of Oeto e! 1910.,, f { h '

i sugar be adulterated. ., SEAL: ) -S : + r..mO&., ... EXL&,0nuttT.: : .. _
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...:-1 Notice Contact lease. Retire ci Flea! PmL V;
people to the guillotine would anly re -
A VIANi'I suit in disaster. Such a was Notice Is hereby given that.the lease of the U. 8.Land.Offlc' at Gainesville K.. i\! I t
A Curipus.Courtsbip County Convicts Bradford count 1 for the Sept. 17,19ia ,
not to be thought of. Pyle learned ,ear ml will be!Sold to the highest responsible Notice In hereby given that Joflejdi H.king, t4\VI.ri ;: '
that his enemy was accustomed at bidder on Monday I of Brooklyn Florida who. on July 27, .111W. .
I to THE 7TH DJOT OFjNOVBMBKft: ; made Homestead Entry, Serial No. 08740. for
night certain
frequent cafe. He
II I a the court' house d OrlnStarke.1Leaee'w1 8ei*Section 8. 8 South. 1 I
; He Suffered In the French Revo would leave it at a late hour und walk)) By SARA TREAT BINGHAM In front' of be required to make payments for East. Tallahassee Meridian, ha filed notice t I. ;

to his home on Montmartre. One night. the convicts on delivery to him by: the Sheriff of intention to make Final Commutation Proof, liOR 1Mor
described J
land above .
the ,
claim to
F bond for to establish
and withit's
lution but Took His to give approved compliance
Revenge. Pyle appeared in this cafe. De Pavnes contract. before the Register and Receiver, at Gainesville -

was there talking to an excited: crowd Copyright 1310. by American Freaa Done by order of the Board of County Com- .Florida on the StJth day of October. MO.
Association.I niisslouers this 3d day o'October. 1910. Claimant names as witnesses: L. P. Wynn ANE;f
that had gathered about him on the W. T. WEEKS Clerk. .
t :' By KATHLEEN J. M'CURDY. of Brooklyn,FU.: A. R. Eatson. of Brook!, JU 'I"
C events of the revolution. He was n Fla: H. C. Helberffer.of Brooklyn Fla.;W.
I Copyright, 1S10. by American Press MaGt Carter Fla.
t ; t : elation. violent Jacobin and was denouncingthe was recently entertained by a gen Sherlirs Sale.TOTICBlaherebyeiventhat. W. ,of Lake: Ueneva 8er

l conservative Girondists. tleman and his wife, living in their HENRY S. CHUBB. Register. ,
( ;. At the close of the war for American r
It was 2 o'clock in the morning handsome country place on one of the \ i I, J. N. Lang- I ._ .
t ; k Independence a young Virginian, SIdney K-hen De Pavnes started for homo. ford. Sheriff Bradford county, Florida ; It.' .

i, ;) i, ryle. who had served as a lieutenant Pyle left a few moments later, follow- most whose beautiful courtship.of was American certainly lakes the., under and issued by virtue out of of and that under certain the writ sea!of of the execution I tr"'r"r"r"r"r"r'J"'f"r"'r"r"'ttl 1 "1' " 1 "1' 1t1" :1 r"r1tl"r"1ti! "1 1 1 1 Is*

l in the patriot army, visited ing the man he sought until the two Circuit Court of Bradford county, },1orids. i "
most strange I ever heard of. They i against! John P.Coffin& Son and in favor of
l; : : Paris. He was handsome, wealthy and were alone in a narrow deserted J.E.Fetch' on and dated Augtwt 8, 1910 will | MONTHLY INC0ME :;.
t a fine swordsman. street nt the base of Montmartre. Pyle were both Russians by birth and both offer for sale and sell to the highest ald best A etet
1 bidder therefor for cash, at the ceurtbocsfldoor ; :
; Among the ladIes with whom Sidney walked directly behind De Pavncs till of the higher class. The husband told In the town of Starke Bradford county {

the latter not relishing one at his me the story one evening while we Florida,on Monday,the _
Pyle came In contact the

.. Countess Amelle .de Carpelller.was young Between back, turned Pyle stopped. were smoking on his piazza overlooking the I'l\m.7TH being DAY: a]legal OF NOVEMBER sales day of ,said 1910,court. I i | For F 20 years orI t Lifelt! ;-.1

: '"j" him and her instantly "Who are you. and what do you the water. It was this: dnriiiR the le' l hours of sale, the following etc
l -. ei sprang up wish?" asked De Pavrfbs. describe estate situated in Bradford county -
I of and daring
am now man seventy,
i : an ardent love. a Florida to-wit: e X:
of whom
"I am-Sidney Pyle Virginia
i my long life there has been a of section 22; nji of swli of sec
Already the rumblings of the coming you imprisoned on a false accusation t1nnJ;s>seltof'; and njj of se4 of set tkn:':7, d
in the conditionof
; f French revolutionary storm were and I wish to kill !" great change political nIl in township I 5 south raneo?0 east. e
you native Were it not for J. N. LANGFORD THE L'S
my country. I PRUDENTJ
i beginning to be heard. The fearful jQ
. king, Each wore the sword commonly car- Sheriff Bradford Co.,Florida.
1 this instead of
change telling you my
lest his people should throw off ried at the time, and each drew. Pyle i }
I would be afraid
experience deathly
his yoke as they had thrown off that during his imprisonment had lost both i Sheriffs Sale. ---. ,... I
: J of their own sovereign, began to look strength and skill but be ba<} not made of your knowing it Indeed, shouldbe I == :-.

,I :, out for those bent on fomenting ref this move till he had recovered both. living as It were In oblivion. 1 NOTICE is hereby given that I. J. N. Lang- : Very NEWEST IDEA in life 11&urance! w.: tAV
was one of the original nihilists. The Sheriff nf Bradford county Florida '.
i. bellion. Americans who up to this De Pavnes had been known as one of under and by virtue of that certain writ of f xecntir.n I r 1 .,v-' at
time bad been looked upon with favor the best swordsmen in Paris, but he word is no longer used in speaking of issued out of and under the seal of the 1-- resIE

by royalty, the nobility and the people had a bad reputation owing to certain Russians who oppose the government Circuit against S.Court.T. Prescott of Bradford& Son county and in, Florida favor of ; r At age of 30, for $100.41 a year for there Is nothing It stands for. Bt-nt-aict,Pollak& ,on an- dated the
viewed with
were now suspicion foul thrusts he had made in his duels.
It Is the Latin word nlhil, which 17 day of May, 1910,will offer for sale and>*11 E (a saving of $8.37 a month) your family will receive
by the A few days before -
; government Pyle went at him with the coolness of to the highest and best bidder t.rreforforcash
i the wedding of Sidney Pyle and a devil and in a few seconds ran him means nothing, the nihilists believing at the court house door In the town of I 5 after your death $30.00 Evejfa Month for
Starke,Bradford county,Florida on Monday,
that nothing, governmental or social,
1 through the heart. THE 7TH DAY OF NOVEMBER 1910, ::: 20 years, or 7200.00 in all! r t
that exists should exist all should be
: if"
The Virginian did not stop to call at- the same being a legal sales of said court, i 'I.
tention to bis"adversary's dead body destroyed. Today there is a processof during the legal hQura of sale the following .
described real estate, situated in Bradford slightlY ,hi her cost the i would
i I 1y though he left his mark-a V-with the building up Russia and even the county, Florida,to-wit: E At a g come I

., point of his sword on de Pavnes' term revolutionist there is at present Lots 2 and o.block 20 as per original Gl'tey E continue for life. : i
of Town of Starke, except that portion of lot 2 '
confined to few. "!1JJ
breast. The next: morning he procureda a owned by Bradford County Bank and exceptan == 4 5
,, .. horse and set out for Belgium with The belief of the circle that I be- undivided ono-half interest in that part of s. 'j. t" }
which b situate the brick building
lot 2 on
"; 1. the intention of paying a visit to longed to was, among other things known as the old postoltiee bull .ng, and ex- 5 j Write fo es' JR \C'I; Rid Learn How
that all should be held in c opt that part of lot 4 owned by N. W. Fran
Charles de with G
Forles. meeting
f a Provla
: cis. Same to be sold as the property of S..J. 5 YOU can Absolute tr ran teed Income
: L \; t whom Pyle relished more than with common. I was then but twenty yearsof Prescott. V ..' '. 1M.!
J. V, LANGFORD. :: for Your Family, : i !
since and was caught by this Idea. ii.
; J his late victim there was no rev- age Sheriff Bradford Co, Florida.J. Vf i'
4 -. olution to interfere with his design Indeed young as I was I became a E, FUTCH

I: :. across the border. Reaching Brussels leader among the nihilists. But my Plaintiff's Attorney. E E. P. DUNCAN, Speeifil I Agent
.' 1 he found a crowd of emigres and was principles underwent a sudden change.A .

i' not long in discovering that De Forles brother of my father had emigratedto Sheriffs Sale. STARKER FLORID) th

was among them. America and had made a fortune.He .... .
4 NOTICE Is hereby given that under and by 0 t.I JoI
: I One evening at an entertainment died a bachelor when I was twen of a certain execution issued out of Ft
the Circuit Court of Alac na county Florida, 1 111jl1jl.jl. II J 11jl1jl\l11Jl1l1 I jl1Jl1jl1jl1Jl1J11 I 1 1I1Jl1111JI1l11Jl1j11 I
j given by the Duke of Orleans, Pyle ty-five years old and left me his prop- upon a certain judgment therein rendered, I .'
saw his enemy standing by a table erty, amounting to more than half a transcript of which sad judgment has been
jt with another the two million dollars. duly recorded in public records of Bradford j r
person pledgingeach county,Florida,In favor of the People's Bank 1 dr
other in a glass of wine. De This acquisition of wealth will turn and Trust Company, a Florida corporation, %WILLIAMS PAYS T FRElfiU'
t plaintiff, and O.E. Dunham and W. N.Dun t r
at Forles sipped his wine and set the the head of any communist from his ham,co-partners as C. E. and W.N.Dunham, C

glass on the table. Pyle sauntered up. principles. I no sooner learned that I defendants and tuire directed,I,J. N. Lang- .. -
ford,sheriff of Bradford county,Florida have
took the glass In his hand and threw was heir to a fortune than I saw all
levied and will sell at public ,to
./ upon outcry 211 West Bay St. -P. 0 Box: 401ll'JACKSONVILLE.: | FLA t
the contents in De Forles' face. the social problems I had studied in a the highest and bust bidder for cash,before the ; j

t, : De Forles. glaring like a tiger put different light. But one object took court legal house hours! door of sale at Starke, on Monday, Florida,the betweenthe J. J. WILLIAMS]! :

iI I his hand to his sword but, remembering possession of me-to conceal the news 7TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1910, \ 'I -, ,

where he was. refrained and said: of my fortune from my associates, the following described real estate, situated CASE GOODS. HOMESmiD CORN WHISKEY :;.
In the of Bradford,
"Your name and where are you to hiding myself from them that I state of and Florida being,described county ta follows, to-wit: DESOTO RYE. 1 gallon jo .U xpress pald_______f 2 GI1
be found?" might enjoy It. One night I left one eye of swJi of section 1; ne1 of section 11: .
d "My name Is Sidney Pyle of Virginia of their meetings to disappear from ne|i o nwJi, w% of wVj of section 12, all intownship 4 Full Quarts Express: paid_____I 5 00 FACIAL: OFFER. r
5 south, 19 east containing In
7 00 Idlebrook r in '
and a message will reach me at them forever. Disguised, I left at all 440 acres of land more or less; also, nwl of 6" lskey, drums-DiatiUeZ' E
eji of section 20;ne i of seJi and sY of sw'; .I."2" It ______ 12 75 Bo Express Paid. r
the --- inn. midnight for America and in a few _
of section 29:nX of lot No.,all of lots Nos. II
At the name De Forles who had months my property was turned over 8, 4 and I 5 and of lot No. o In section 30;lotNo. 12" freight paid_____ 12 00 100 Pints! $dnm Express paid.- t36 00
1 DEOTB TEX POINT OF HIS 'WKAFOH INTO .2 in section 81' all of section 32;sw1 of WILLIAMS' No. 10 RYE. 200 Half Pnt in drum 36.OQ
V failed to recognize his antagonist, to me. section 26;n%of n.t; i,sw!,of ne4, nwl4.nwli |
HIS HIABT.the started. In time the cause of my absence of nei and lots Nos. 1,2 and 3 of sect on 35. 4 Full Quarts Express: paid f 8 20 Sold on1ji trdm; Will not break dram j
township4south, range 20 east; also sets of 6 'a ::::= 4 50 t
; i Countess Amelie de Carpelller the "Very well," he said. "We shall see would be known. I should be tried 19 '
s%lot No.5 and s%of lot No.6 in section ; l II II II ____ 9 00 CORN' 1ISKEY-E3pre85: Paid. ,
.. groom to be was arrested and taken to if you are still the swordsman you and condemned to death. I turned nX_of ne14.sw%of ne' .wX of !!' w4 of lotNo. 12 .
i the Bastille. .2 in section 33, township 4 soutt, range 20 24 II II. ------ 9 50 Rocky W bottle Ex. pd...$ 1 e
were. over my property and the collection ..
I nst. "
li; ; ; Had It been his part alone' to discover The next morning soon after dawn of my income to an agent, with instructions OLD HALIFAX RYE. Rocky cue __12.
levied the 'e
The same having been upon as
I N. o. tier, 1 gal" J
I ; the nature of the accusation that the two men met and ten minutes to send the latter to an an- property of the said defendants,C. E. and W. Full Quarts Express paid-f.4 20 F.I"' i' u
N. ___ t
II a' O. e,1 gal ,2
'. N.Dunham,and to be sold to satisfy the said 6" _____ 6 00 .
to his
imprisonment he would never after they bad crossed swords Pyle other name than my own which I as- execution and coat 12 II II .. ______ 12 00 Laural :,.l gal'4'a-,: .
.' ; ;s < have been Informed. Through the drove the point of his weapon Into bis sumed, and attempted to lose my ideu At Starke. Florida, this 6th day of October, -Expreas Pa1d.
: :. he to married he learned .
girl was have enemy's heart When the surgeon tlty in traveling from place to place.I J. N. LANGFORD. Per GaJ1cm.
t :! Y. rthat he had been accused of circulating tore the victim's clothing he never dared stop anywhere more I She;iff Bradford Co..Florida. 4 Full Quarts Express paid-f 2 75 ill .! ; t
open 4 00 <0 .1 : i
& 6 Express paid |
; 'documents calling the attention of found on the spot where the sword than a month at a time, and before E. G. BAXTER 12 II ii ii ______ 8 00 Sunny !S t m-----: "+ ir?

i < iIf- .', tsthe. French people \o the advantages had,entered cut in the flesh the letterV. long I began to experience that tired Attorneys for Complainant. 86 Pints" ___t__ 12 00 Rye Mat, p: -..---- "" r. I
.tI ; I -- ef ,a! form of government similar to .
I'; feeling which Induces criminals who YELLOWSTONE BOURBON. Hurdle I ;e,:Special.Orerholl :: 4 r
.j 1 fthtt recently Inaugurated In the Unit- Pyle now made inquiries for the man know the police are hunting them to Notice for Bids. 4.j.J_ 'II.
4 Bottles paid f 5 40
i : express .,
: \ d:6Utes. His accusers were first, the Rich Hill >1 ; ii '
give themselves and suffer the
j : who he felt sure bad been the head up pen- paid, 12 75 ?-----
Ii I: Marquis de Beauchamp who had been and front of the conspiracy that had alty of their crimes. Plans specifications and sealed bids for the PlanterOld ---1----- I
j' wa>ultor for Amelle's hand; second. did I suffer from installation of a system of sewer ge septic OLD BOONE. BoO ... ____ II AI I
thrown him into prison on the eve of Especially being the court house and ..
tanks,etc.,for county jail Bottled in bond by the U. S. Gov m t. WiJllam' ate Seal 8
'Charles de Forles whom Pyle had from I will be received by the board of
I his Intended marriage. The other two cut off my own countrymen. In Starke
4 Full Quarts Exp.: paid_______f 5 00 -
beaten with foils at a fencing tourna- county commissioners of Bradford county until > kALOOHOt. ,
he considered mere tools of the Mar- dared not associate with a Russian Monday,t e 7th day; of November. 12 Full Quarts, Exp. paid _____ 12 75 J- .t f
meat before the court; third. Jean de quis de Beauchamp. The Virginian lest through him my identity and All bids to be marked"Bid for Court Home 24 Full Pints, Exp. paid_ 1875 One G 9 Qt\lyand: Jug. Ex. pd. Wpaid3 r
addressed T.
and to W.
: : Pavnes who had insulted Pyle for the learned that his enemy' was living at whereabouts should be communicatedto Sewerage Weeks clerk System"of court, Starke,Fla. 48 Full % Pints, Exp. paid______ 15 00 GIN 60. |3 25 and"1.0

I ;, 'I purpose of drawing, him into 'a real The Hague. Going there he inquired those who were looking for me. For The board reserves the right to reject any or ;

.y, : duel,'intending by trickery to kill him. I the way to the marquis' abode. One ten years I lived a life In death. I all bids. C. L. PEEK, Chairman. Send Trial'Order.': :
: i ::. <:t '_ motins three us a
of the men were not : evening when De Beauchamp was sit- have often since wondered how the Attest:

\. ; .:,' : arm'hde entirely clear or why they con- ting In his private apartment openingout czar, knowing all the while that there W. T. WEEKS,Cl'rk. ,: .?."-
' I r spired together but it was evident : are many persons seeking to kill him
on a balcony a man suddenly appeared -
!!, that Beauchamp had been the prime i standing in the window that can live without breaking down with

I ; i mover. I reached from the ceiling to the floor. nervous prostration.As MEDI.CI'NAL

-i Pyle languished in prison several I "Who are you." cried the marquis time passed and I still lived if 1 WHIjKI.ESWe r

., years. He heard little from the out- "and what do you do here?" did not feel easier I at least took fewer s
side but what he did hear was
that "I am Sidney Pyle of Virginia late precautions against being found by one

the was secretly true prisoner In the Bastille and I am hereto sent to kill me. In fact, I felt that 1 Want to Sell You : I 7

# '; '; to COUDteSSi.melle be safe for her have it out with you for putting me would rather die than suffer myself to i -

: t' to so far as he was there." constantly fear death. 1

r concerned openly. He also heard that One day I was Introduced to a lady
Pyle's sufferings in prison had left THE GLENDALE COMPANY: :: jcSG
; the discontent among the people was their imprint on his features. De from Russia, who on learning from
l > dally growing. Then it reached his something I Inadvertently dropped to

r : ears that the guards protecting the Beauchamp saw there a hungry look reveal the land of my nativity that I SAMUELS, Prop. > '.

r : :Bastille were being a hunger for revenge. Though the Russian took Interest in
greatly strengthen- was a an me. JACKSONVILLE FLA. 'Cf1\1ITANOOOA TEND
had the Paris mob ,
>ed. One day he heard indications of royalist escaped Hounded as I felt sure I had been for '

.commotion without-shouts, musketry ravenous for bread, this embodiment many years, I gave myself up to the 13 to 21 S. Laura St 318', ; E. Ninth St i IOlendale's
of of had followed
a spirit
\ revenge
cannon. Then came sounds of the companionship of this woman, who

.) breaking down of doors and finally ax' him. For years when a man had seemed to have been sent to me in my '
stood in hls- he had but to throw Famous Qendale's QaeenjEtiiab&li> ; (
t : wild demoniacal throng entered shout- way banishment to comfort me. Indeed I Bye Whiskey

:: I Ing: him into prison and the obstacle was was falling into that condition we call
A Whiskey Your
Physciih| Will Not Hesitate to
"Pride of Maryland"EXPRESS |
removed. But of his 11
"You are free! now comes one love when one moonlight evening at a l :

"': ,V Sidney Pyle before his incarceration victims one who had brought with house where we were entertained she rea4nbe.
'*-. had been full of kindliness for all him from the colony of the English suggested that we walk in the'garden. PREPAID ;$ PAID. ''

mankind. He left the Bastille consumed virgin queen that thirst for freedom When out of sight of the house she 4 Full Quarts______________.______________2.85 4 Fnll Quarts-"'- .., -,---.---.-----$ 3.00 ;

t. _____________________ ________ 8 Full Quarts __
I by a thirst for revenge. One which had stemmed the current of suddenly faced me, drew a dagger and, 8 Full Quarts 5. 0 ---------;: ;--- --- 0.59
12 Full Quarts, -------.---; 8.60 13 Full Quarts-----.... --*-.----- .. 13.aoI
tyranny. The marquis saw in that with the words ------- --------- -: ---- ---
feeling alone at first dominated him-a "Forgive me, attempted ;

I i, desire to learn if the woman he loved merciless face a sign of his final punishment to plunge it into my heart. I was .' t. i .:

; was in danger. Happily he discovered too quick for her, springing backward. 1

; that her father who was a stanch "Do your work," he said. "I am un- Then I said to her: Glendale's Celebrated Olendal! r, C4Behrted

.,' royalist had taken his family across armed." "Try again. Another time I will not "GREEN RIBBON"Tki PRIVATE >$T0CK CORN 4
S ; "I am no murderer." oppose you. I have lived so long in
the border making with a few others, tut Bull is FmDIIS. EXPR 'PAID. t
In a corner stood a rapier. Pyle this dread that I welcome death." Whisky '" ,
of emigres ;
a nucleus for that multitude -
took it up and handed it to the mar I threw coat and presentedmy Quarts,AssortfldlC.-4-_-----------$.3.oo l
t ; which followed. open my 4 Full _____ .; $3.20 8 Full uarts-- .
Quarts ------ ----- ----------- ... .. ....... 3.73! 1
; Pyle having been a political prisoner quis. The latter rose. and. passing to breast to her. 8 Full __ 6.00 12 Full --1V-----
Quarts.----- |
I Quarts----------------------- ----- ;A; Sj. j
X.i ; had nothing to fear from the revo a portion of the apartment where For a moment she stood irresolute, I 12 Full Quarts_______-___-__________________. 9.OO This whiskey baa no < ]nal for-"quaUty7"pari 7'

r- ; lution. Indeed, he was carried out there was more room for a passage at then handed her dagger to me. i. the highest class pure medicinal whiskey the market r4sp j e. -

; ; on the shoulders of the mob and amid arms each took position and began to "I cannot do it." she said. "But.If I at !80 cents a quart. : l'l'Ie

' ; j; .their acclamations. Had It not been fight don't I will be killed. Do the work r .w c

i. ; for a purpose he bad In view he might A few minutes later a servant bearing yourself; It will be a mercy to me." .

I have been tempted to become one of the sound of a fall entered ti e What had prevented me from follow- Qtondsle's Famous Oleritt l+' Malt l

t 4 : the leaders In the cause of freedom. chamber to find the marquis lying on ing the work I had taken upon myselfwas RACE KING RYE e _

' But his purpose now that he knew the the floor, blood oozing from his side. a fortune; what prevented this will EXPRESS PAID EXP :! PA 10. .
We sendyou TS
No one was visible. A surgeon being woman from obeying the commandsshe
countess was safe kept him in another _______________________ 4 Full
i His to find the called on mIning! the wound found had received and taking upon'herself 4 Full Quarts____ $4.OO : -----:-.|.,,W------------$3.00.7S
Ff channel. object was 8 Fullj=____.. _
7.75 .
Full _
; cut in the skin near the heart the the blight of an overhanging death 8 Quarts -------------- ------ ------- .v '-__ __ '
whereabouts of the three men wb9 had 11.00 13JPU11 ., -----1.
love. From this 12 Full Quarts------------------------------ I ---- :- ----- ,30It
letter V. was time the arrow -
conspired against him. Jean de Pavnes fa Bucertor In'every way to hundreds of brands of Bye c
was the only one of the three who had One morning; the Countess Amelie de of the little god instead of the assas- Jbhnt. you will be asked to pay 11.50 a quart tor. nil pure, :'''fW'and mellow.

; remained: in Paris. He had Joined the Carpillier. living in poverty in London, sin's knife, was between us. Toe former -
j! was surprised at the of united us, preventing the latter
revolutionists and was a power among appearance 25 direct to the
in business
We have been years selling consumer guarantee *
from } moue Is rates*
}' them. .. The other two;; being royalists Sidney Pyle. She saw in his face the separating For ten years as on request. Our terms are rtricklv Cash. Money or express: order mnst be sent with ,-i i.J_ Ordwr.your Our _j

'.' ? I and known to'baTe been the cause of marks of suffering which had spokenso man and wife we hid ourselves as best' order catalogue will be sent on request. All orders shipped same day when received. Le:M ).1,:;prove to complete assertias
T : we could, meetng ,the second 1 d.j de you'oor '
6 ., the Imprisonment of many persons on remorselessly to his last victim. ? by sending us an crder t r. :
accusation of 'd1slo'. .:ty, had gone to Pyle took her as his bride to his plantation for me of such': life. Then gradually

i: ; Bt>1g1b ., *. In Virginia.and the pleasant OM. social upheaval Russia' took on THE GLENDALE CO'M ANV.
lona-rtbr form oCwan&Iuttoa :
: Pyle s first Intention was to settle life they led there gradually; effaced i .
c :z 1 with De PsTPe- But\en-.op j sttaek';, the horrors they had'suffered' in their and now we are contributing our means JACKSONVILLE FLA "Tlw HOD d: Medtelaal'Whlikl s;. ih: CHATTANf -- .

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Jj DALE. USKED-HORTH SEA. I New Logan Company Concrete I Incorporated.The and Engineering I.I Notice of Election.WlIEr. UNIVERSITY GAINESVILLE OF FLORIDA I FLORIDA' STATE- COLLEGE FOR I KOBE.: '

I Llvet Reported Lost and' Ves- Company filed its articles ,of incorporation Her Brother TALLAHASSEE "
. Many :I ? HA**, the A Superior But Inexpensive! Institution
Legislature 1901: under sil'
end their charter with I I .. college of Arta and Sciences,NonalJjch 4ol..,
( fait Driven Ashore. w :, ..1 I\f 1&5.; of t"it'staid of Florida, diopatM for Florida Young Men.
.., 'huua o;Music School of Art, SchroLofn tiz.
the county clerk at Jacksonville, Fla. in c reolntiouproposing! amend i
lives lost In' tai- .
are reported ment" t.. i tonxttntfonuttheatatrof: Jj'lor- college*, sijrricnltariu ...1.r fn"t"- ye'sa'- School of Home Econanvlcsl.
, I This company Las a cap tahitock of ida ... lion, ttnirrnity 'xt..nI.J.1. .hl .I",.''''''' : tc I llrst'tnlpment -
rifle gales 'rnidhhave'_ lashed the I I! uiiu Mime were a:pttvi tu >yi a vote(>f .. rlse \
u.ant. kO per cent. lJcrr.It ..t.. .. Itn-- throughout. TtitljA free
$50,000, and will do all kinds of construction By JAYNES thsernfthsutatlthe member elected to each :
North sea, hurling several wrecks oa:: house; that the vote*on wt.d joint rt>oluton" last Yf'llr.'ttt'ICUTt' bnLdi' tn. } r rxtxlugur I' vine t .tprt1 !tie work such as the building M ere rntrrtdaprtn their addr:>, A. A.Murphrec. ' dIdIo. ard ;
i'J coast: tan a London dispatch. respective journals Conrad esfde"L} j 7
I ,The steamer Welhome foundered in of concrete houses, buildings. warehouses Copyright, 1910, by American Press with yea and and direct nays thereon, and they did determine |II. ;! _
docks, bridges, roads and fac- Association. that tile wild joint resolu .. -
[the gale Doff Cromer. The engineers tions be submitted to the elector of the! :stair --, -J--l ]
1 tories. This is the ydungert concernof at the generalt.'Lectlon in November, lulu.
:. I were drowned and several stokers Now,therefore -' '
I.H.CiavCrawfnrd. :
the kind In that city, and the men When I was keepln store in Ari- Mate for
er4 :state of Florida, do h..rtby"C
*< reported missing. The others '
woti ho are behind It are representative notice that a ;
oar4 were saved after a long business men, who have been tested zany a young woman come in on the GEXERll ELECTION : .

I fight against the sea. Dispatches to stage one even!.' and put up at thewi
1! by experience, and who will make it ll be held in each county in Florida on Tues WHEN YOU : <
j mercantile m&rine agencies reported a paying business. Many skilled tavern. The next: xnornin she come day next succeeding the first Monday in Nov SELL "

I thai several other vessels, most of workmen will be employed by the into my store and tole me she'd come tmber,A. D. 1910, the said Tuesday being the t

I them' tubing craft, are believed to new concern. out from the east to find employment. Eighth Day of November YOURCOTTON )! i. : a
for the ratification the said ,
j have; ,been lost She couldn't stenograph or typewrite. joint resolutions proposing or rejection the amendments to t ,

Llf0Mlng stations at a number of Given Five-Year Sentence. If she could she needn't have come the Constitution of the State of Florida viz: I :

Ipoinfa: attig the coast reported Rafael Gordilla Cuban who SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION,proposing Your stock, or other I : I.
( rescues a was away from home, but she could keepa amendment to Article XIX of the Constitution any product, why not place I. : :

&ble4.ahIps, drifting helpless charged with assault and attempt to I I cash account, sen goods and do anyoro'nary of the State of Florida, relating to the' your money in the bank and avoid the worry and '
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[before_ tie gale were 'also reported. murder Manuel Trellis, he foreman of work about the store. She I manufacture liquors and sale and beverages.or other disposal,ofntoxicating danger of carrying it in your pocket or hiding it f; .

The tempest: was one of high wind the Celestino Vega & Co. cigar factory Be it resolved by the Legislature of the State of around your home? 1

I tad ''driving, rain and at points along has been sentenced to spend five was a mighty trim little body, and I Florida: I \ \
That Article XIX of the Constitution of the
{the ;'coat* the beaches were strewn I years in the state penitentiary by tole her she'd better git married and State of Florida be, and the same is hereby If yon have any bills to pay, pay them by check

.1 with, wreckage. Judge Horace C. Oordd,., presiding in let the other feller do the work; but amended so as to read as follows: and have a LEGAL receipt for each and every

t.I. :. the criminal court of record. she larfed and said it tuk two to make Article XIX. Section 1. The manufacture, payment made. In il
Comer; ; Is known In marine circles I I and sale,barter exchange,of Intoxicating addition you can have a complete i

j R |M A daftgerona place. Treacherous affair in question had no connection a match. I tuk her in for help, think- liquors and beverages' whether spirituous", record of your financial affairs without the .I' :
vinous or malt, are Hereby forever prohibited
I tides and currents, run off 'the'prom- with the present clgarmakers' strike. InLegislature if she turned out as well as. she in the State of Florida except acohol for medical I I, trouble of keeping a complicated set of boots.

joatories fat that point and the sea looked I wouldn't mind makln' the scientific or mechanical purposes, and i' : I
wine for sacramental the sale of .
: purposed; Enjoy the
[beats. with teriffle force against the Favors Primary. other one of the two. which alcohol and wine for the purposes afore many advantage, facilities and con t
I. [great o seal; wait From one hundred letters mallfd But it soon appeared that she wasn't said,shall be regulated by law. veniences which we .offer patrons by keeping 'I'' "
jII to members of the S 'C.2. The Legislature shall enact suitable '
f Florida State Leg goin': to turn out as well as she looked. ]a\v> for the enforcement of the provisions of your account at the' r i

islature, asking the question whetheror First thing I knowed feller this article.

MIN S ENTOMBED not they favor a primary electionfor into the store to see her a that looked came bee'! day 3. of This July article, A. D.shall 1811.go into effect on thefirst t II : 1:
selecting a successor to the late like a road agent They seemed to be OF STARKE
lamented ex-Governor N. B. Broward A JOINT RESOLUTION reposing amendments
mighty familiar and did a lot o' talkln' to Article V of the Constitution of the 't
BY EXPLOSION for United States Senator, forty-six State of Florida, relative to the Judiciary STARKE
: in the back o the store while I was FLA. 1 4
I. have already made answer. That the department. I. b_
"' engaged waltln' on a customer In the &. it resolved by the Legislature of the State of e
legislative body favors the E. S. MATTHEWS .
a front. When the feller went out I Florida: L. O. RAY ;
elect That amendments to Article V j'
qt-t out PRESIDENT
le Co! said to the young woman, says I: of the Constitution of the :State of Florida relative CASHIER I '
o Is Scene of o ,e rty- '. :epliss favor holding ) ,
k ., "Uosy"-that her name-"if you're I to the Judiciary department, to btnurnbc DIRECTORS: t
primary. ; st? are non-committal I red Sections S9,40 and 41 of <*!d Article t 1 .
g e1 cahoots with a gang o' robbers the and the same are hereby agreed to and shall be E.: S. Matthews C. Livingston :;
a t
ij Disi strous Occurrence.EliEVED prete :he legislature se- sooner you pit out the better." submitted to the elector, of the state ut thegeneral A. M. Darby John : i 1-: _
lac Uglow
he mtln ek-ction to be held on the first Tuesday I / ,
... ; .. "Oh, that feller was all right! she after the first Monday in November, A. D. 1910, A. H. FreemanG. -,
said. for ratification or rejection,to-wit: ;
,. Auspicious Opening. ::>l'C. SO. From and afttr the adoption of thee i I.t "
MEN ARE DEAD "Who is her amendments the Criminal Conrt of Record lu ,
Columbia t.
: college opened with the I
wed for list-Arabia county shall he known as the
1 1j largest enrolment In the history of "Why he's my brother. Court of Record in and for mi 1 county and in
the school. "Your brother!" I says, turnln away addition to their present jurtr-dietion. the said
fescue Parties Were Driven Sack by There were about 200 from her court, and the Judge thereof, shall have, in i
:: De.dly'Bilek Damp Which Filled students, who registered the first day, contemptuously. that'sthe Kscaiiibla county, concurrent with the circuit
and many others have i, kind of family y' belong to I don't court of wtidcountyxndtheJudge thereof,the
thdT; Mliie After written thatthey all other
the Explosion Ma. came original jurisdiction of cades
think much of
I! stock.
bf will come later. The prospects yer and matters and the came power and authority
Jorlty: the Entombed Men are are very bright and i There was nothin' more said about It to :sue all writs as the circuit court of said >
'o a most successfulyear and the thereof
'elgrusra. county Judge, excepting
'i is at the time, but I done a lot o'
1 anticipated. up ital cast*, and the power to summon and eni-
!!!!' Entombed by an explosion in the thlnkin'. Fust off I thort I'd better empanel a grand jury.
: r ;:villa mine of the Colorado Fuel The same rule of procedure and practice
Found Dead In Bed. give the young woman the grand and rights of trial by judges ad litem and referees
, ad Jron;;, Company, at least 52 men C. J. Hanssen white bounce, but I didn't know whether she which obtain in circuit court shall
.1 the'' man, address obtain in sold court of rt'<'Ont. The Governor
I ere objects of heroic efforts of unknown, was found dead In his beat was ) to anything or not, and if she luiiy,in hit discretion order any one of the circuit r r'.I.
scuertJ who worked throughout a rooming house West dwasn't! I didn't want to lose her. She judges of the :Mate to hold one or more }
on Adams I terms or juris of terms of aid court of record.
r unday, trying to penetrate the black street, Jacksonville. Nothing is knownof wasn't so much use,about the store I S, 40. The Supreme Court of the Stateshall

IaA.., ept&s) of. the mine In! the hope thatOTfcand Hanssen further than his i didn't hare so very much for her to do have appellate jurisdiction in all causes ofhich r
j name, aa w jurisdiction is granted to said court of
probably all of the Impris- nothing was found on his person that I -but I'd got a hankerin after her. record. Appeals and writs of errorshaU beprosecuted If You Are Not Satisfied and "

ned, miners might be rescued alive. would lead to an identification. Well, the next thing that happened from the aid court of record to the + 1
s:> Court in accordance with the lawsand 1 '
[The presence of black damp, whica looked kind o' suspicious. I was lay in' rules governing bnoh proceedings from the Your Trial Doesn't Cost a Cent. ; ; ,

r j it always follows In the wake o t 67,699 Population for Jacksonville. one night on a settle in the back o' the ciruiit Sec. 41.court All to the the provisions Supreme, Court.of the Constitu .

2 M ::mln explosions, made the work Population statistics as enumerated store when I geared somethin' rattllnr lion and all laws enacted in consonance thereat !
< In the thirteenth I I at the front door. I reached back ith pertaining to the said Criminal court of
rescuejrs Jlst
extremely hazardous and census give Jacksonville I record and the officers thereof, including the ..; I' -
leryi Ime' and'again members of parties Fla., 57,699, an increase of under a piller\ tuck my weepon and let manner of the appointment or election and the 1 ,

-i fere overcome! necessitating return 29,270 or 103 por cent, over 28,43 I drive through the panel I heered a terms, shall of office apply and with compensation like effect of to said the officers said The same goods for' I'

300(J ig;, to .opn aIr in order that theirres in 1900. I yell an*, golu to the door, listened. court of reoord and the officers thereof.except : i

confc be saved. Not hearln' anything more, I opened a* provided by these amendments. The p tea'a ,
300; cut officers of said criminal court of '() ;
IA' 'touching feature of the Florida Vets Reunion. the door and by the light of a match I] shall be the officers of said court of record and money. ,y r.
mm discharge the duties and reedve the emoluments r
; art wet, the self-sacrifice and devon o- The Florida Confederate Veteranswill struck saw drops! o' blood leadin' away.. of their respective offices until the expiration 11'

*. to dirty of James Wilson meet in State reunion at Bartow j I I calc'lated I'd hit some nn' who was o/their present terms of office. The

1'40s .the Starkville mine, superlentjojt who- on October 19th and 20th. The of-I I' goin' to rob the store. I I betwo salary of tltonsand the Judge" and of said five court hundred of record dollars shall a I Prompt service antlj i.i! I i i

275 It a sic* jbed. to lead the men who fiesta in charge think that thetabe win1 1 fiat, this thing comln' so soon after year payable,and quarterly increased by the by county the Legisla of Esrambia f It'
360 tavely between: three and four hundre the visit of Rosy's brother, I didn'tknow tore
; volunteered to face
the dead II
376 Ktlack veterans and their families In attend what to think about it I noticed lI'roJIand after the expiration of the term of polite attention.A* : I '
S.25 damp that their% entrapped office of the present Judge the Judge of aaidcourt .
should be ance. The citizens of the city an S when I tole her about it she looked of record shall hold his office for four
i parades; rescued dead
.. or .
making special efforts to show the old kinder quar. y ears. .r
ion. ISuperlntendent soldiers a good time when they assemble L- 1 "Hope he warl>'t yer brother," I said JOINT RESOLUTION' proposing an amendment r.. ,

aGe Wilson-. finally suebed and assurance has been given the to her, an' I thort she was goin' to to Section thirtv-flve of Article V of the '
c to the exertion which Constitution of Florida, relating to establishment
1"V4a. taxed old warriors that if, when they meet, faint Seein' it bothered her to talk of courts. .'

25 r. weakened! strength, and almost th hotels are too small to accommo : about it I didn't say nothin more, and Be it resolved by the Legislature<- the State Mitchell the Drug Mant
rercome by the of Florida:
4 lp ; Inslduous
ISQ'reed gases was date the crowd, the citizens of the city after awhile she righted, though for a That the followlugaml'J1dm4'11t to Section i '
4 to give up and take to his bed will be glad to accommodate all who few days she didn't look very cheerful thirty-five of Article V of the Constitution of ,
4 W \ Fiorina is hereby agreed to and shall be proponed i j.
500 cannot find rooms at the hotels. But one day; the feller that she said and submitted to the electors of the State -

500 [According to a statement given out I was her brother come in. He looked for approval or rejection at the next general Stan HOrida ,' t
dally election hereafter,that Is to say. said Section l. :
by the
Soc coroner, there are Set Firs to Tribune. kind o' white in the face. He talked thirty-five of said Article shall be amended soan _

o own to be In the mine twentyeightoles Fire was olscovered in the secondBtol'1 with Rosy awhile 'an' went out to read as follows: .

three Russians, ten of the Tampa See.So'. No courts other than herein aped r
Americans, Tribune buUdln : "Reckon brother's been sick"says I
g yer
flan shall be established In this State,exceptthat .i -, lf
460/, ior Mexicans and one Servian. Prompt work prevented a total destruction a-sympathizln' with her. the Legislature may provide for the creation i
450IN.( and rstablishtnontof such additional ju-
; of the building. I
Investlgation "lies, she he
I' says has"c circuits as may from time to tim be
.) UNCLE SAM'S CASH. by officials indicates that the fire "What's he do far a necessary, and for the appointment by 1
was of incendiary 1' the Governor and confirmation by the Senate r .' \
origin. The
Tribune "He aint doln' nothin' jlst now. I'm of additional circuit judges therefor whu+e 't
r overnme'nt has consistently opposed the cigar- tryia' to git a place fer him. Trade's terms of office and general jurisdiction shall>tc' '
Receipts" Exceed Disbursements makers' strike. The the same us hen-in provided for the circuitjudges Lands For Sale r
-i by Tidy Sum.Unc'e about $2,000. damage. was mighty brisk lately. Don't yer thinky' herein already provided for. and may ti ::1
doth rnilroad commissionith judicial
*! need a sblppin' clerk? any .,
Sam balanced his books in all connected with the
and powers matters functions i
r'4 "I don't think I do.. of theiromcfe. 1. Selected best grade Unimproved Truck and Farm Lands t
JIlt noted his cash for September and Nestor of Florida Press Dies. I wondered If she thort I was softenongh within one to four miles of Starke in lots to suit purchaser-frota. ...
und that for the first time since' th*>. The votes cast In compliance with said pro- 5 acres to 500 :
) resent fiscal Editor C. V. S. Wilson, of the Sarasota to believe the feller was her ]lOIS<.od amendments, and the <'aD\........ dtclnrntions and up acres or more. At actual present selling valnt $;2 : ;
year began on July 1 TImes father of the editor of tlw brother and out of employment. I and returns thereof shall bf subjected to on easy payments. Owned by m8Elf-no comm isions oi<. ;, '
: e government has taken in more Fort Pierce Tribune the same regulations and restrictions as a reprovidwtby speculations. Nobody to consult except myself and the purchaer: '
passed quietly reckoned he wasn't employed, except law for general elections in thettnte Fine for \
oneyjn a month than it has been away at his home In Sarasota Wednesday be of Florida.In opportunity young or old to buildup and own a home and I. : I
when was holdIn' up a coach orsOJDelfn' make the
easy payments out of the soil. Low I
1 Hged to1 pay out night, October 5. Cornelius like Testimony Whereof I have hereunto wfmy all rate of interest OB I I .. i l
thnt.! And I reckoned deferred If
Land and affirrd the seal payments. you want to own a home 1
The cash Van prwtt near a pro !Jer.-T J i \
drawer Santvoord
a balance$1,4GOS08 Wilson was born at she'd have to do a lot o' coaxen to git of the Mate of Florida at Tallalins- one town, come and see me, whether you have much or httin '
: over all disbursement, Mohawk, Schnectady county New me to take In u man to work who'd (SEAL) ,He.. the capital, this twenty-fifth I I money for first payment. .

,r -the payments on the Panama canalark York July 10, 1837. Mr. Wilson tried to rob me and I'd winged when day of July H. CLAY A. D. 1910.CRAWFORD. 2. Residence lots in Starke, one t to four blocks from depot: '.I,11 f r _

and the public debt could be moved to Florida in 1SS3:;, engaging in he was Ktartia' in to' do it Secretary of State.Notice 3. Beautiful! tnmmerresort lots fronting Kingsley Lake. I. : k

eluded the surplus would be $3.450.- the newspaper business, first at Loa g- But wp men are kind o' quar '15 well f 1

1 1.. wood, Orange county, later re'moving1 1 1as the wimiueii. One day the feller oi Election. C. L, Peek, Starke, Fla. I y + .

:i There was a deficit of nearly to Bradentown then to Manatee, come into the store in a hurry. Rosy I j..L .

,000,000, for the correspondingoath where! for twelve years he edited the was there anti t turned pale. He saklsoinep'n To the Sheriff! of Bradford County, of the State t :
Manatee County Advocate and for1! of Florida: : 'ter ::7.i :7. -k' I
- last year. To date tie total ; to her quick aud she p'inted I .

3 ddt for the fiscal year is $15,910- editor the past eleven years he has been the under the counter.: He ducked just in Ki>it of know State for that the I.state H. Clay of Crawford Florida, do Secretary hereby ..., .f" -1" .o."" I

Y q \, as against a corresponding tota'lficit and proprietor of the SarasotaTimes. tiire to doclcre the sheriff, wlio come give notice that aGENERAL y ,, /.': f;:
I .
> of $32169,315 last year at this In point of continuous servo runnin in with a weepoa In one hand ELECTION I II I. ,."F,,'". ;.

4 e.The. ice, Editor Wilson was easily the and a pa'r o' bracelets in t'other. Rosy \\i1l1.., held in Bradford county. State of Flor- : :;' ..

favl"-*."lp sbovln can be a'Jbuted nestor of the Florida press. she stood ui acln,; the counter right' I: day idu.on in November Twfdny first, A.succeeding D.191O, the, the>l Jd first Tuesday Mon- .' I ,'

, larger Total receipts and small- Nominated For Congress. where"En1 the. one feller come wor in'' asked the I I being the EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER.For A Buggy for

receipts fore At a convention of many citizens 1 fn sheriff. I I Rt-prvM'ntatlve from the 2d Con! ....>-ional /, !i
p. were $35.953.578 and dlsrseaients Dii-triot .f Jo'11rllllin the sixtytond Cote Everybody/
$52,527.006. The expend terested in opening up to commerca < :Now I'm a- ()ln' to explain why wt trrrs" of.tli" United Stntis.

-'1- the several inlets along the east coos men is as well as ,the wimmen. I :For two Justices of the Supreme Court of the t ,
res were a gaod.E6,400,000 less than: Str.te of Florida. .
- held at Daytona, October 3, Mr. Thom Ropy she give i me jilt one look. She For two Members of the Hatter of Representa'ivi ; -
: ,August 1 and the receipt- were .
s of the State of:Florid f
as C. Buddington was nominated as a might as well have seat a few ounces i
and 41,000,006 greater. Theresharp For two Railroad Commissioners of the State I
candidate for congress from the Second o' lead at me. so far as my doin' enny of Ilortda. We are prepared to furnish buggies for e\t[ ;
i e advances in customs re- Congressional District. I interference was concerned. I For county AsssM of Taxft a
i Jlpts bringing revenue {I For Tax Collector. erybody in Bradford and
) the ccllectmthatsource e d I "Hain't seen no one" I says, talkln' For County Treasurer. adjoining counties at this 1of ?

alone this year more Watchman Killed By Train parrot-like. Jest as Rosy wanted me to. Forc County Commi-Moner") most reasonable
J For three MemWrs of the County Board prices. ; \ .
81000000. F. G. Hart
3 a watchman employ "Singular: I tbort I had him co r- Public Instruction. .
( by the Seaboard Air Line was run av er nered. For Justice of the Peace In and for the flowing ot- We have received
, just
3 and unpacked full l !t I #
justice; district,vit: a
MADE 50 SPEECHES. by engine No.,. 626 in charge of En He was out In a Jiffy, and when the No. 2.

- gineer Wagner in .the Seaboard yardsat danger was past Rosy put the feller in No No. s 4.. carload and others are on the way. :j l \

Ii.; lionet' Roosevelt Talks to People Tampa and Instantly killed The aback office I had my boots in and I No... i ; I

- From Car Platform. body was horribly mangled. Hart wan called me in too. No. 8. The demand for the famous Tison & Jone& : \
For Constable in and for the following ju -
? ugh endless fields of cotton, do t. going to his work walking along the "You're a trump! she says. ti
with clusters'of white blossoms; track. He was very deaf and this was "And yer brother's the knave," I No.3.2.. { .

L Theodore Roosevelt rode Sunday accentuated by the fact that he bad says replyin. No.No. 4. be secured, but we are now ready to supply out- .

v le was on the way from Atlanta to his umbrella open on account of rain. She copld sca'cely keep from larfi n' No. 5>. with these
customers favorites.Starke
Whereof I nave hereunto
) In Testimony gft .
t Springs,,Ark, and he made more He evidestly did not hear the engine at my Joke. But she didn't She tole my hand and affixed the great seal : i iJ. ,

J ,.; aches than on any other day of his I and its string of cars appro-aching. me the feller wor reely her brother, (SEAL), of the State; of Florida,at Tallahassee '
the capital, this 29th day of
esent.trip or any day of his recent Hart leaves a widow and two children.He that he'd gone bad and she'd come out August,A. D 1910.

7J Astern trip. The train make 50 stops I was 61 years of age. i to reclaim him. She had got him to H. CLAY CRAWFORD. !

the day and there were suchwela I promise to go east with her, but she To J. N. LANGFORD, Secretary of State. I .

1'DeC on hand everywhere that Cole Despondent because she believedshe couldn't get him off oaless I'd help her Sheriff Bradford county. J. W.% ANDREWS% & SON

zsaiBNT sevelt, had at least to go out to never would recover from Pell! a' instead o' givin'( 'em away. I tole her -_- -_-

Ion s ; paltform and speak a few e eu- bra, from which she suffered a longtime I'd do all I could on condition she'd raise:CLABK. THOS. TIZLOIXQ. .

., aces at almost every station Mrs J. H. Millwood, aged 50 come back, and run her part o* the Clark & Fielding, .

e> colonel's throat and the mother of ten children, too she'd been a-doin' I
i stood the strainU i years store and me, as Lawyers.Practice Florida
4 and he I suicide at Gainesville, Oa, ,
inclined to believe now committed of it She promised and I got 'e m

1 t .ta1ktnc agrees with it I fey cutting her throat with a razor. away safe. in all Courts, State and Federal Stables Next Door to County Court House.

.. Roosevelt Her body was found lying in a pool '
goad was not.talking She's back now, runnin' both me I ,

.tt blood by her eight-year-old BOIL and the store. _. . Offices over Gainesville National Bank
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I "- Ladies up-to-date skirts,at Leviton's. .Drj;.goods at LevitolaundrycChanpistdands.- r -.. : ,

li Mrs. E P. Duncan will entertain the ., ,' -; r WHEN TOOK FCOD>CCE3. ROT.DSEST'. .. 1.r! i Seel ;; a--

I ladies of the Woman Missionary Society ,- Chas R:Eniey'hai'bought the StaiEe .*
Bits of Local '\ and children of the Baby Roll'at the Steam .Laundry and1' rrats engaged the 1

annual mite box opening'at 3:30 o'clock. services of P.J. 'Pearce, an experienced SIMMONSRED _
7 'in. laundryman*. to manage the: business.Mr. '' l
' afternoon. All members
I t Saturday .-Ensey retains .for the present his S .f '
Infoma)1 tlon vited. government position in the Canal Zone f r
j bat will later return' to Starke and take RECULTBS OR
Kauffman pre-shrunk, garments for
\ personal charge of the laundry. FOfflxf! 1
: :c-HrraIttI-- ...'P.. r.. 7JfUMu.i ... men. Quality style and fit. Prices ..;: ( FOWDSK "i f'

: r_. -b th. c.-"ufl.- r..... right. Hull's Department Store. C6rlstialti tbnrcli. It opens the bowels sweetens. the stoat i' i .hens the'''

Preaching services_ every l second ant digestive organs A dose taken et bed time If- See feeling .,
Back Item Tonr 01! County. l1
fourth$nnday., of health and energy. !! t ,

r '. Messrs. J. C. PoppeR and D. E. Sundayechoolevery Sunday morningat .ow ST txatna tract ...s. r.e.e: .J.ttll V Ii'. ;:

, There are no dull'dayVat Leriton's. Clothing at Leviton's.Mr. : Knight returned -home Monday after 10 o'clock. A.k for tka en.m.with the BI X en she lafet.: II ;.:.' !f..',rent N ... v* wi p ;
Prayer meeting and Bible study every wad b,mail poatpaM. Immeoa. Liver Sagalator U *$ap aUfc ta few,for HIM*- .......-|-jf
Mrs. Emma Richard is visiting Mrs. and Mrs. A. y.Long have returned making a speech making tour of the Thursday evening 7 o'clock. U. Jrica. *Lei.r t.aL.. L..fe lor tha Bad Zlab.lT; .. .;'".
L Y. Jones at Int rlaCben. home after a visit to Washington county in favor of the ratification of the All are cordially:,invited,. and members 'J. H. ZC1UN &" CO.. PRora. aTe t. 4o.OSS ; "
New York and other points of interestW. prohibition constitutional amendment. are request :, to be "
Bee Bhriver for your fall and :winter Although the weather was against them, Ly A.: CUx: present.Pastor..

goodLhi. H. Rivera, traveling cotton buyer it raining much of the time, they were '

V e, < : JlattieWilkins. Gainesville, for W. W. Gordon& Co.,.of Savannah.attar met everywhere by lair sized audiencesand Harmony' art Dress.A DR. LEROY W. PENH M' J F, ;S
few days at his home beautiful woman also studies the
spending tn'
tt ; ia jilting_ Mrs. H. F. Phillips. here, left again Monday for the cotton sentiment amendment.AGents seemed to be largely harmony of painting a.-well.kept home Dentist
favor of the
and takes care to have the house painted
: 7FreIs! shingles at Q>iIg1ey s Price markets. with paint that will continue to look ttl>
: the 'best. 9.234tT Shriver has more goods than room- furnishings at Leviton's. bright clean and 'fresh looking. The Edwards BIdg. 5tarke, Fla. ExmflcajOUTFITTKRj at
2 M BM
,'. bon to Mr. and Mrs. John. to at bottom L. &M.'never becomes"dingy. because k
.. A'eoa was therefore, they have got go Idient ClmrclL only chemically' pore colors are used; -

} 4i,- ,py OarterxFriday, 7th inst. prices. Come and see fo>yourself., Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. only the finest White":OxIde made from .

at 'had Sunday 10 a. m. metal;'only the finest White Lead only iy :. ?
Big line of calicoes 6x nts per yard Captain and Mrs. S. A. Bryan as j
the purest Linseed Oil;only'paint
Bhriver's. the first part of the week their U
guests Town Campaign.The makers produce it with machinery-a
{ and lunch at City Son, Mr. W. E. Bryan of Wilcox, and thousand gallons at a time. Contrast oj< 4 t'll
V f Hot coffee quick their daughter Mrs. Gertrude Parnell town campaign is already opening this with the costly and crude produc- LANE l ,w.
Market: at all hours._ 1* and there are indications that there tion of White Lead Paint made by hand i

and curls at of Winter Haven. will be candidates for the 'offices labor with a stick in a pot, a few gallons t';
Switches, cluster puffs more L. & M. is sold G. ,C. i :
Get the habit. Go to Hull's Department at a time. by 1--f '
.s ? than usual. The following have already Livingston & Co., Starke, and McIver i
1" Store for anything yon made their announcements: & McKay, Ocala;;, .r .
J.H. Dowling,of Raiford, was among f il
the business visitors to Starke Monday. All the new ideas in ladies neck wear For assessor, T. W. Sweat. 0 ;

: at Lane's. Dutch collars and Middy For marshal, L. H. Austin. DR. N. W. FRANCIS .; : s I 1 1r
When in town be sure to Tisit the ties are the vogue for; this season and Fo night marshal, Ed. Burosed and k

i quick lunch at City Market. ItDK you will find them at this store. Silas Kite. ..OEN :, '
'c General Surgery a Specialty. \ s r
J. C. Wills made a professionalvisit W. A. Tillis, merchant and cotton Notice to snippers. Office Hours 10 to 12-1 to 2:80

J to Jacksonville Wednesday. buyer at Brooker was ia town Wednes To All Concerned: Lj'iiij4? i DIEN _
fresh meats Mr. THHa reported the movementof Mrs.Kate Powell,Matron In charge office. \
B. G. Scarborough handles day. make nota-
h It has been the custom to Office over Mitchell's Drug Store. 'S.-
It active in his section and business
Phone 86. cotton
At reasonable prices. tions on all expense bills of shortage or .
town. Starke Florida.SWEAT .
in his
Ovid Baynes one of Hampton's solid booming bad order. This has given the claim department MILLINERYiii" _

7 r citizens was in town Wednesday., Mr. E. W. Spencer, after 'spending a lots of trouble in-handling i_

few days here, left for Indianapolis, Ind., matters with connecting lines in cases; T. W. I I ,
and Persian belts at i
1 Patent leather to accompany his family: to Starke. of concealed loss or damage and we have ,. "

i : Lane's. ______ They will spend the winter here and been instructed to stop it. I will handle Dealer In SILKS 'IH 1 .

E' v H. J, Stewart, of Lake Butler, was will occupy the O. R. Alvarez residenceon your claim just as before. My records Hides Furs and Skins. + yY7.; .

1'f': \ among the visitors in Starke Wednes South Walnut street. will show all of this. When anythingis i-F'r"r ; \ .
/ in bad order claim be made im and NOTIONS
of all may market
day.' : Just received a large shipment Highest price paid. ,
When it is short please waita <. t
: and hats 98 cents atShriver's. kinds of shoes. Some the best made: Starke, Florida. 5 ,I
r $1.75 mere. .. .boys. and some not so good. All will be sold few days and give it time to show up H- _- S_

strictly according to their value. No and if it does not, then make claim. If :

The W, C. T. U. will meet Monday at misrepresentations. Terms cash. J. W. damage is concealed, claim should be

I '8:80 o'clock.' All members requested. to Hodges, Starke. made as soon as possible. H. C. RICHARD ,9: ,f .t
be present. '
Now is the time to buy your blankets T. J. GRUTIX 'ii
r. Bntterine only 80 cents a pound at J.COarter'L General Insurance TOT 17
fit. and comforts. We have a fins collec Agent Seaboard: Air Line. CLOTHING AT fiRE HE- ,

r tion. Hull's Department Store. -
t : Ghas. Brooking, of Jacksonville, was a Come to the picnic in Starke Oct.21stinst. Baptist Church Directory. I represent none but FIRST-CLASS
'and Mrs. N. B. Hull the Sunday School 9:45 a. m. companies and will be constantly on the
> ;: guest of Mr.: Seats ae now being erected in '
i Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. alert to promote your interests. Guar- PRiI14S.
F.- first of the week. the park and all can be comfortable DU ED

,K For bargains in all kinds of merchandise Speakers; brass band and other attrac Prayer meeting, Wednesday 7:80p.m. antee courteous treatment to all patrons.
The pastor will preach Sunday morning A weU'written
: tions. Bring well filled baskets. policy by a first-class
J. C. Carter. f
r i far*" L see on "Some Thoughts About the agent in a first-class_ company sometimes 4'4

I *! v *W Mr*. Alice Hilliard has The Bradford County Medical Associ- Lord's Supper." Sunday night the sub- means much Jn case of loss by fire f V

JfeJ.I: > Starke after an absence of several tion held a meeting at Lake Butler last ject will be "'Some words With the For the next thirty days*i 5we will sell all

r month Thursday. The subject for discussion Young People." We greatly rejoice at H. G. RICHARD Stalk Ha. MEN'S SUITS and PANTS A about what they
was '"Malaria. Drs. Wills, Gunter
the prospects of our church. It is in
L 3 i; Big)line ladies' and ehildrens trimmed and Freeman were there from Starke. better condition than at any time during cost us; and persons who aref; Interested inv this

. .bats at S rinr" .___ Hon. A. Z. -Adkins returned Friday the present pastroate. The Sunday R. F. ENSEYCivil class of merchandise will profiifjty'giving: ;, us a'calL

r t L. 'E.: Lee's new residence on East from a threeweek.trip. to} 'orthPa oli School has been thoroughly reorganizedand and Mechanical EngineerOLD -
. e r r"j, Tenth street is finished and he has mov t na, where he took ins01_ points of inter graded and has nearly doubled in TOWN. FLA. In the meantime we will g& tall; other,gooids

. w ed liS'family there.. est. Among other places he'visited friends attendance who: do We not cordially have invite home our at very reasonable prices, forth i store is the'homeof

, Ginghams, best* in the market, 10 Ysnderbilt's magnificent estate, Bilt- elsewhere to come around and see what TwentylTears'Experience in the Field. reasonable prices. |v: { .

I'. s yards for 95 oents; at.LeTito 1'':, more, near Asheville. we are doing and make ours your regular .' 9 ?
home. We will treat you right and Coatnctinff, Concrete Construction and Railroad .-
I h H. 'O.- Brown postmaster and 'merchant The faker season is on and those of give you the very best that is in us. Work Specialties. If you are"not already a r>|ultra! customer of

I. i ; citizens who have not got skin on F. C. Edwards, Pastor. ,
I at Lake Butler,was a business visitor our ours, call and etaC haul d.t! ;
Starke Wednesday. their teeth will be taken in by fake crip- Florida Land Lines Relocated wit Aocoracy.; ', I ..
lye, to
: fs p pies, fake shows, fake insurance, fake

Sofa pillows and laundry bags new promoters fake advertising schemes and One Cent a Word '

and beautiful designs at Lane's. hill I fake charity schemes. r 1'1 COFFINS CASKETSAnd I L. D.REGIST. ;&CO..

f= + Dr., T...D. Gunter\nll now make Looking over the accessories of the a Full Line ofUndertakers' i f

professional visits by automobile.having automobiles in Starke the reporter finds FOR BENT -room cottage. Mrs. C. (NearStarve pep?; I .. i

4. $! bought Hupp runabout. : that Dr. Freeman carries an axe. This, A. Wills Starke. Supplies '

Mrs. F.. D. Wainrightis having her of course, is for cutting down stumps so FOR RENT-2 houses, one $6 and one Always on hand. The best service Fl a ida :

"',, residence- on North Walnut street en. that the machine can pass over them, $8 per month. Keys; at Mrs. BumBed's. at the lowest prices. Special
but why Cot Peek carries a hitchingrope W. Lake. 8-26-tf
!;': larged ajnd put in thorough repair. attention to Telegraph Orders.
,, is harder to explain.
FOR SALE-3-buruer blue flame oil
z SB-inches wide, thirteen
'i- :' Good bleaching
,.U. yards for a dollar. M. Leviton, Attention is called to the program of stove, With oven, cheap. Phone 114. Registered Embalmer

the entertainment to be given this even. -
M < Starke. FOR! SALE-Good young farm horse,
.,....' -, ing at the High School Auditorium, cheap for cash. W. E. Wainright, Q. C, ,LIMN OSTON & Co.
t '!, Miss Gertrude Reinoehl, who irteachiing which is published elsewhere in the Starke.. 9-30-tf Starke Fla.Carter's AGENCY
ESTABLISf118888. '
. ,' : { school near Raleigh spent Sunday Telegraph. This promises to be one of
FOR SALE-My house and lots in
.: : with her mother and Star e. the most pleasing entertainments ever Starke. A bargain to a quick buyer., FIRE INS V ""S

t ... New skirts, poplin in all the new given in Starke. Will sell on easy terms. H. L" Brown- __
lee. i304tBOYS'
-V'f.: .' ." shades, ginghams for school dresses at I J. R. DAVISSTARKE &; hIPANY,
Under the auspices of Palmetto Camp !
'. Morgans. 9-16-tf GIRLS!-Free! Columbia bicycles '
r Woodmen of the World, of Jacksonville, :
p. for a little easy spare-time work PricesOn LORIDA, {
\, :; The Mothers Club will meet next, monument to the late L D. Wynn will for Hampton's Magazine. Send postal .

', S G Wednesday at 8:30 p. m. at the school' be unveiled at Crosby Cemetery,,Starke, I. for wonderful free bicycle offer. \

'i 1 house. AU members requested to be on October &d. All Friends Camp of Address "Bicycle Club" room 538, 66 ,
'J .'. West 35th St., New York. i.7.4t Groceries }
present. this city has been invited to1 take part in Fancy : ,
I. : r-
.4 *j .V" ;> the ceremonies and will do"so. FOR SALE 40 acres, 3 miles
*'A. .. Bermuda onion sets, white and red at nortb'l Good hams, 21c lb.
E H ; Jffl ..,.,, west of Starke, good location
:, ,,h L. D. Register & Go's near the depot, Messrs. A. I. Spencer and N. F. Mar- acres cleared ready fcr plow and Good white side: meat ICc to.

.e I' ; Starke. see,prominent and well connected young plenty of timber, no other improve i8c, average 16c. _

'; _. citizens of Indianapolis, Ind., are stopping ments. Address W. E. Davis, Srarke, D. Si butt meat, 11!3c Ib. ,
: Captain and Mrs. S. A. Bryan and i Fla. 2-4-tf }
-' at the Starke House and will prob- '- Good corn, 1.63. 1oonng k a :
their son, J. R. Bryan, left Wednesday
1-4.l-: ; ;(- ably spend the winter here. Mr. Spen- WANTED AT ONCE-Hampton'Magazine Good choice hay, 1.30: per cwt..
for Macon, Atlanta, Washington, D. C., il,. r ,
{' --> ,.-: :v? and New York City. cers' father is interested in the schemeto wants a reliable man or woman Good rice, 4c !b. I ,t

I tl. W colonize a large tract of land lying between in Starke to sell the fastest-going mag? Meal, :>;?-lb. sack, 81.80

1 ( : ,? We have addett!' to our stock a full line Starke and; Kiugsley lake. azine in America. Earn $1.50 to $5 a Grits, y:?-lb. sack, $185. Cei1inj'Y'"s

f-l, r. ->' { j" .of the famous Rockhill buggies. J..-W. W. ETDuncan was in Starke Thursday day. Write immediately for "Salary Sugar, IGSi Ibs., 11. : .

k Andrews & Son. Plan" and free outfit. Address",on" Kerosene, 13c gal.
, ., en route to his home at Lloyds from '
.j r {.,. J. B.1'Florrid has moved his repair shop St. Petersburg, where he spent two Sales :Mgr., Hampton's Magazine, So 5-gal. oil tanks,TOc. Al b
West 35th st.;New York. 97.4t> Galvanized buckets, 20c each. S. .
\\.f- to the building in the rear of the store weeks very pleasantly as a guest of his Brown shorts, $1.6.5 per sack. :. JJJ..g A ,
i formerly occupied by Lee Ejffman friend, B. J. Farmer, formerly a well WANTED-At once, renter for good 18 White .
shorts ll.So. .
E y t r r where be, can be found at all times. I known citizen of Starke. Tiring of the acre farm in Putnam county. Land '
Butter SOc lb.
1- V
r- .
rrv E s" 5' railroad business Mr. Duncan will shortly <: :.
.7 line of suitable for corn, cotton, sugar cane, / "
Shriver keeps complete fancy 1 Broken rice, 3Jc Ib.
give up his position as agent for the Insh and sweet potatoes, velvet beans, is'h
/> -
-I # ; ?5 groceries. Fresh fruits and vegetables 36-in. bleaching to lOc yard. 11l1' .
S. A.L. at Lloyds and embark in business cabbage, etc. Good water substantial J t
1 .
/i v- always on band. Shoes for merf.' omen and children ,
' ;t' at Tampa. He and two other buildings. Good stock of cattleto i! .
Q 750, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50,$2.00,
4 v"C W. Lake, for a long time the local. young men have organjzed the Macks pen on farm for gathering and care 'An Gra eA
l $2.25, $3.50 and $ a pair.
J >i representative and correspondent of the"Paper Co. and will deal in paper, paper of them..-School and churches in l i

R r, '< Times-Union, is now traveling in the bags and paper specialties. community. E. R. Conway, Harlem, Very best Indian Head plaids, : ..' i -.1 1"1, i': .'.J1 5 5 4i
\ '
', .... Interest of that paper. Fla. lM4-2t j' t
; For Sale. Best grade ginghams 9c a yard. ; ( : i "

:;' >1' Everyone will tell you if ;you want I am offering for sale the following FOR SALE-Farm of 100 acres 50 Outings, 6c to lOc a yard. Terms &;,Mil I'1-! .'' '

anything go to Shrive. He has it and described property in Bradford county: acres in cultivation, thoroughly; Hats 35c to$1.90 each. I ..' .-, 1,1 Iii : :.1'i >1;u"

.'W at bottom prices. j .Kof .w section 28; thee% of coy stumped; dwelling two and a half DeSoto the very best floor, 'ti.:I I ." ;;f ;::1.:1!

.- .Mrs. A. D. Williamson of Live Oak, I and sw( of se 4"tion 29, township 6 x stdries, 10 rooms, including dining $5.90 per barrel. } 11 i; .,,.

was a guest of relatives Here the first oi, south, range 20 eat t. Tbe tame being room and kithen; house in perfect Look for the Iron Store at the ivicNij iilSb!

". ''i': week. She left Tuesday' for Jackson. ( the old homestead: of John D. Johns, repair; good bans, stables and cow Depot. : ;

;} relatives. deceased near New River station. shelters; two wells with brick and '.. t *. ... '
*. Tille to visit f f .
<( : .' .' I Price $3,500. Place ro t tin in all 200 tiling curbs and cucumber pumps; J. C. GARTER ,. 'J.'n'fJi !.. ;. ., -
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> -; most stock '
has the
SbriTer 1 ;0 fncedand under first-class miles ,11' >
acres, about acre water ; two south of E

H, i"---. ever brought to Ward J C/ity and: his prices t cultivation. Buildings in fair condition. Starke. Have IV acres adjoiningthis ,Starke .,Ha. .: ,Phone,. 2|.' f:. :
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are low for first goods. F. B. JOHXS, farm that will ilio be sold. R. ", ..,. "-- I \ .
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