Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
November 11, 1910
Publication Date:
Copyright Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
29.947222 x -82.108056


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.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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1k tM concerned. bf weretehetfroin5the S .. .reteeaan'theaddiesses. ,are..wellsting. Strickland. Wednesday;
r. : children are Jro Hadlow '& :Co. 1i .

tj EI"I.t.lbBS, LiDlirsitl.JI t. 'Coac' .raedj It keeps'good mothers and little> .children debris by tbedre department, t-'t.3tlt.,.;,. :i',...,. ':" a '.. t. ,Miss: Tabor-4 Bessent 'BoateDekleLevy *bjc'ti* r*-x* ****.:' '. {
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t4l r. : train As be stood It'conducts. 'a. Receiving,Home where were :harried ;fbr.. 'Irea6nen(? '. '.n. :.; r J !iJ rU der ter:Weeks, Austin..Wi r. fialph,Wil.f erjonejwbahas nocbuTch c eoy lor-y M45"J
1e-;; vnoon children.from all of Floridaare the statement that '1:" tti r f;: t P, fv.m. >TlUi4tA,;*r r-tT 1 Hr i'i! Jtlie ehip cV-
roar platform lie called his 12 parts : Jthy'wen'* fi 4.= g ; \ 7 SiST.: /> : *:; $

': ; P1<>ld: SOUL,tftlked:with him until turi kept,temporarily' ,till a careful study can along in'satufactolty lnssidei,. .. .\ : onilafiraeIe .. .;4aysad ecrer. Nonnan,George Williams,Bichard' V'lJJ-' 4

'w,'*1atad, then'gar him a bank bill. ; be made 0( each,child:its :health. ate ;" .L Tfwi aohM. .. ', ,twentOJtj, cf pe j.iitti were 1014 nfie 'the Harris,Hazel Attaway, Bhoda.Bennett. Mo5'sr .l'ped a. "' r stfe

'5yieteiri' Mr.-Wetter- stood disposition and habits:"where it is'properly pie about thebaildtr! fnthoni.i g e j JgaiDser..:" 'BJie8.7:c'i s b pt- Lots Gnann, jessteHarris, Louise Hai ht y a, di

,. J.Mr-Dander;;, 'while be talkedtofoil csredtor'"and'aIotbed'''before irIS- death; sale.tbebe7iet.:: wlthb"nt,'ititt.debris -. .'! cots"grtLestorea; _OQca-< alvp- ,,4S1 -' Maud:1: Williams.Edna ,

: : sent. ''ou t to its foster home. :having: been :xecnor I t;Ia j "LT'-L-'Darby.: Rt&rb: 0knarta'rti0oss Ben ry; Iad1e Weebc .illard. How ( h zeirEogeneGiiilItirer' ,.'.

: a ,, 'I believe old,' It aims to secure'pod'tions for mothers nothing ehort "oT miraculous*-.tiTr90D" :t'Fifaii. PJI'D1<".aiicr'a, ha1t- iteresbR : .ilraaFr' alicl ;'Del3aLe-' 1.11lIs'Wmen.Eitene .Lee.._ ;, '. r ,
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lettei *Tli" bet rij never getbjer and not be objects of charity.' fcdr of"tbe to .ibaIatQl r gai at 1 .if' BanlcJct :. sul;Eta McR&B""Lona'Ohaao31xr. ; a
It, acts.&Bareaa of Information in work cheering j ') : w. 11&brat Oa nd- boaht iS :tlS tie .,.Nettie: DaB
...,askedJus all cases where children arftbrjolved.It etca.Jlohiteoa pec{ om'the 555 r. s -. f| sate-; eemsde stjl&jct to"a Idse ;'iTeaa: eytsQldi,.'Isiea HafaIopXJuwra ;

bit father: : bed saii to hint secures h 'tntional. ', .. ',care..for all. de-. !ii i lrepeatedtjLatta !raortgig. 'oTNf ;dbi3'\W-i. i; Da&Be.. g_ ;
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..t 0.%'Aa bootie .lumber and It lends any aid possible to all children f. ft' ,. &t." i. ( fJ :E..anct ')fr ;'fialar detsoncHollis- .So3gbiFleaieJgerJm. .

1'J1. ?Ic1t for&IfzUa. .Tell her...DQt. trbo .tseugc Tti;=advice; J td odshrjfor ia114. 'zr'ftii, "'ii.-.iI._ !. ,. e1;"t i. )B'. ( q,. .- ..,.. _.7-r.. r, ., "'F'"1

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'. "". '. ttader,It1D iIt no attemlon to a t't'the:: ?cbitectpda; i.4_a Ot 'Pa ra Zaftardia'HaidRare Beaia Tcmest.Ibfgie Dekle.lafaf W% \'--._ I

Lt .NOfJ.': 'D'1, now baa hundreds..children inits .eft''.,'the'm( ofb aocid enI.there l FTelyn'(} Tf1ff.t:x i.
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!I I, It helps to-,make men. and/women# PSirsalirmth JesstesElbert mp btf5 gt-A11odT1i ,- 1 45 :
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800 Pair*Men's Pants, well made aide. buckles belt : _" .' .S8
1 straps,flaps on hip pockets These sold fast dies'
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1 Women's Shoes &t $3 98. Yoor choice now for 98o aDd-$1.19 ;,...J;;. u_____-... 1.98
$4.00)( Men's Pants made of line Worst- '
; $1.00 Shoes for Women_ ..-.*;_____________--$ .98 eds and Serges,made strictly np- as we : __H![!i. .?:.._j.' ____ 1..49 ;
2.60 bboea for Women.'.;.___. 5-23 to-date. for __ $2.98f,5.00Meo' : .u .18.88
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,I 8.00 Shoes for Women________-_____________ 1.66 ,Tailor-made Pants guaran- :; -r. \j --.w_ 398 xt
; 8.60 Shoes for Women___-____.__________ 1,98 teed all wool in a great rariety of _L l '!I' ,
I colon, browns, grays, oliTes, $4.00 : : 1 I ,J
I'i i 9 Women's Waists greens'and blue* for_____________ $3.49 6.00 atS: ;i'II( '_ _
$6.00 Men'. Specials Fine! Tailored 6.OU h .
One lot of Women's Waists worth boa to 75c, Pants,made up In the latest styles. 8.00 _ui.4H : ___ ,
; to go for______________________________ 39c They are flannels with stripes. JJ.J., '_-_-___ t .49
; 98c Waists____________________________------ 48c Blue Serges, best grade and Fancy s ..IJ..n. : .59 :, +
,j I $1.50 Waists to go for_______--____,__________ 96c Worsted, with pin stripes; all ;the- -'lew--;shapes--- Log.
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and greens. If you want an extra I
Shoes Shoes al akea and
fine pair of Pants, this is yoiur .. 12.00 Men's Shoes for _________________________'1.49 chance for-__-_ ___.- 4)0.UO $1.98, < well; made .49 j
i. S.50 Men's Shoes for __n______._______________ 1.95 i at E$5<' j I 6.00 Solid Leather Shoes for__________________ 2.65 Men's Shirts : _,. _' ___IG_.
.I 1.50 Ladiea' Shoes for_______--_______________ .93 : ; : .- 2.44
( 8.00 Ladies' Shoes for____________.___________ 133 75c Men's extra fine quality working Shirts______48c 75c p't: -r--- ;:u
8 25 Solid Leather Shoes for_________________ 1.75 50c and 750 Dress Shirts for.___________________.48c 150 :
4.50 Best Patent Leather Shoes for___________ 2.40 $1.00 Men's Shirts for___________________________69c 50c t t
.75c Baby Shoes for__________-____ ____.__. .45 1.25 Men's extra: nice Shirts, some with collars ,Extra t ;
f 1G 1! 1.00 Baby Shoes for...'.____________--________ .65 attached _____ -------_-_________________.93cLadies' !. .
1.50 Boys' aDd Girls' Shoes for______________ .95 cd.:ritfirk i .
.y- 2.25 Bora' aDd Girls' Shoes for______________ 1.45 Waists :se I; ms i,

i x. 75c White Lawn Waists for____--_,_--__________43c $3 00 | '(i $1.f 49 ..
; ; SpecialWe 883 White Lawn Waists for__________._ -________69o 3 00 ,- A'I.
hare 225 Men's Extra Fine Suits special I $1.25 White Lawn Lingerie for__________________98o 3 50 ; k, Jai
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"Y .. One lot of Men's $10 and$12 Suits___________ 5.98 j Muslin Drawers _______________23c and up the wry;
! I $1.00 and$1.25 Suit Cases for____-___________ ..89Men's Women's Muslin Gowns_________________47c and up ;: s4 vi;: 4.
,, i 15c Hose___________ 1 .07Men's Women's Muslin Petticoats_--__________-49o and up >: btitt"' rir e;; $2 49
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a and Women's lOo Handerchiefs,04_ All our Solid Leather Suit Cases Serfck in ie'
Men's; cE.utioSeamDrawers-n: .43 .
: Men's and Women's 150 Handerchiefa________ .07 ; and Traveling Bags at half original s fer.i'
I Women's Fancy Hose, 15a Talnes_____________ .C9 I I .'pat:*'**
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I" diTnA..Mntfia, nnI'an.iM n1)..andJrh'edma .. : '. Dte7If The ojd,old story, told times without Irregular bowel taoTementi t> ,-

a&lem T0"i uI 1- "" ,auu >, vroalrgote-Dr.F 4/w chronic cozstfpa&J.cU Afwf .t .K

_ 'I '. I I' of-the muscles." nioetw.! B3ag'.*J-ew*yv Ute Pals* mm has remedy again for the last as years, but 4U 1$ air habit fills the_ayrtom: u'HEBBINE 11' '\.

"r'----s r--n : 'i .efis- f afforded r 'by.aj_ thamber for wom "".IrcrbanHOiing dull, fagged, wan.'WelcomeI1'" srcS Li a great: bowel _? ." \

I ,. ,. ',.._, 1- tlr 't LiaimeAt. aEalerd 1 f&hTgs,baehache-arbeadcher -coned.: of.rhUJUr.-h; fir 0 Impurities the>syitajn,yi&Jjzostl ; .
; .i' !41 '; world that cures conghs and colds and ; '
A 1 '-.oj r Chracw TIllI-i. patios,4ipf lUng colds imparting .es puts tl (UgectiTO orgst M
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PittaZs r.\ t An Happening?In'Florida as Told by '. The fdH- < '"bad 'be D', unusiially t t I and toning- np,the,,system, they'renaegnaled. quickly Cough" $Y moi& "tdl'tionJJ Price GOo; iiI ,f ,
safe sure. 25c alldruggists. "Drug 8toieatarke. .\ rOut'fpIila.
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but._it.was the.IWJ1&J"kJt ne bad .
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\ received within a week from the long. Exchanging-tom In Afrka.4.ZPrequently ., ''
__ ,j haired Young man. .About Metaphysics. (one\, *deal with "'"JiJ' .
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You might at least give me some Scotchman. thus]deflnes metaphysics chiefs-In fact; In every village the ...: : k
PostaV. will } sympathizing,friend to a man ._ ,'
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large number of aetttfin have suggestions about the two principal : "When mon wlla" kens ;naeta- traveler wl1rpro'bably be wefcomed'bythe .

i in Ocala from.their former home St. Installed! In Key.West., Onlyi i ,one to poems. 'Dying Lore and 'Autumn lug,aboot t'any'subject fakes a'subject chief. An interchange of greetings .m ble,life.Mthat" we really. gain by oars f. i i /i t; ate

jais. Ho. The party has moved out each state will be tried, .as an experiment.The _Fires* .If you cannot accept them,,In that'nae mon kens anything abbot and through an Interpreter establishes it ""That depends altogethetM I.II.\ ,ei k ,of
y of"'new Soma, the',Johnson tract Lee County News.of' Fort Myers their present form" .persisted" ;the Tla, :" explains it to 'anltber inon'stfll more good understanding.: rAD .interchange kind of lawyer you-. getrCronp' ,'m'! .1. -''j:,' / i

150 of splendid land, 125 of has column taken from the Pittsburg, itor. ; Ignorant thatJ..h1m8e1f4h t'a meta. .1 t :
acres a of presents, U :usual on then occasions m..tb.afterer.>ferer: '' J ,!
"The only suggestion that occurs:to physics. .t' r a as t '
is in cultivation The land was me/f'said'tbeMeditor"wear1ly"is; that and Is an almost-universal.cus .. # p ". ,
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itcbu I.last'spring Wben Te of I you might throw the,first one into the Regulate the bowels when they fail tom. Etiquette requires the chief, to -irinost'-ptevatent 'dfrricg': Ke 1 ;-

0 gentlemen were here, ptt Inspected* dry. It says Mr.. Edison owns 15,000 second and let: me ;know what hap. to move properly. HEBBINE. is an ad. give a present in return. As a rule a dry cold weather of the earth; "14r. :.:

x r ; -' acres of the bed land.Ix. 1M county,Lone pens."-Tooth's Companion.. mirable bowel regulator. It helps the .chief/can,"only 'offer a bunch' of bananas months., Parents,ot: young : dlin; ..
the-most enthusiastic bf liver and,'stomach and restores a;fine some papaws or' possibly a. should be prepared for iL All. t*>at :3s
; of boomers
Will' and Paul'da Merdids, two young feeling of, strength and ,buoyancy. goat'or two some' of-which may'pos"- needed' is a, .bottle of .0000:, e0&1i'. iOough' t
of New Augustine,are under arrest Fort Myers and Lee county, and that he Rub a sore throat with BALLARD'S Price 60c. Sold by Mitchell's Drag Remedy: Many mortal are .,: ;' a
sibly -welcome.; On special occasion
|in the hands of U.8.fcffidala .charg- supplied at his own expense and plantedtwo SNOW LINIMENT. One or two applications Store, Starke, Fin the chief offer a the traveler never without in their hom ikndlt ; ::.
1 each mile long of't palm will care 1* completely. Price .may a has never-disappointed them. Sl+l 1
[with and entering the New rows, a ,
breaking wife-a gift which to will probably,decline r
25o; 50c and tl' per bottle. Sold ,by A Chronic Pessimist. all dealers: .- '.
tine post cMce.1 4'xb4lf? sing of trees on the street on which he,has his Mitchell Drag Store, Starke,.Fia. "What are yon gloomy about now!** ,with a great profusion of'thanks4.Englneer. .' ",# ,,I t. I, ?' ">: .

i doe. stamps on letters mailed by winter home. Mr. Eddison is always "1 that there \-" ,
was Just reading are Freeman the Historian i J ..
men led to their arrrest ready to do anything he can to advance A ModeL .
,youBg the interests of Fort Myers..; "So you think Mr. Meekton Is a model 10,000 murderers loose in our land. 'Pat a porous'plader on the chest and It was an English. 'bishop. w5iO'w I '

j l was rather amcring to see the husband said the new memberof "Welir take a good cough.syrup internally if the historian Freeman had tfbjchhla -tJ" : ;. N

: .d that gather.on the main streets B. E. Bose.state chemist,has issued'bOok a .the society. "Yet If I. were to commit a murderI you would treat .a severe case 'of sore patience with his 1I4eD ,-;' .: ..

':SaturdsT gazing skyward in faintof on'4lSngar Production in Florida," ") do," answered Mrs. Voteby Gumm, 'pose somebody would' want 'to bang nngs!properly. Get the dollar size duced him to a waiting .awSl : i

,. which contains much rTaluable information "He Is'studying'stenography so as':to me."-Pittsborg Post. BA/ T.JT. TQRRHOITNU SYRUP.'. "the distinguished scholar tiiitmlrablj I :
of air
ship ;
catching sight an With each bottle there ia a free HER.RICK'S '
on this important branch of agriculture. help his wife,with her suffrage speeches -: ,:;describes and.'mtts .
Cwas to. ,leann1. about.noon '' When a cold becomes settled in the 'RED PEPPER ,POROUS of our' aceatots.'r'r't i '
savagery ,
Bose wiitei from m. -Washington Star. ; ,
I how, fro da not know bow, their Captain > system it will take several days' treatment PLASTER for the chest. Sold by. '

t rations were null and void'as noth-- al erperifinoe; for he'rae at'one time to cure it,,and the best remedy to Mitchell's Drug Store, Starke, Fla. "r '

ibown one of the largest growers of sugar cane Rot Sorry for Blander use is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. t Sated an JC73 Bui's ije; \
f that could be called such has .
It will cure quicker than other and
Iji vet. Breeze. in the south.General "If my friends hadn't blundered in also leaves the in any natural;and Leprosy England. The Tery grave seemed to f aII J .
Delfuniak system a "
; I victim of Leprosy Is said by come to have been fore Robert Madsen of We B x
doomed consumption ,
thinking was a
Sam condition. ,Sold all dealers. .
Pasco of Montioello, was healthy by !
[f PJscussing, the damage to the Cuban I might not be alive now," :. Introduced'Into !'England 'by the Normans ton Iowa when, after, seven ;weeks<.

t i \crop. by the recent storm;a Ta>alnaanfaatarerIi made major-general commanding the writes D. T. Sanders, of Harrodsburg, ,, but hospitals for leper,were in the hospital four of the best ]rbJiL ""

f | quoted bjr the Times Florida Division of,.the United.Oonfed- Ky. "but for years.they saw' every attempt Always. existence before the battle of Hast gate him up Then was a '..111 '

erate Veterans at the. recent reunion to cure a lung-racking cough fail. "Pa what is commendable pride marvelous curative power.ot .
follows Antuonodeqlared '
"Mr. that '
,(. : : At last I tried Dr. King's New Discov "Our own my son."-Birmingham Ings. Leprosy has been, practically absent Bitten._ For, after eight nc of

(met a business man from, the HnarI iuPartow.iJacksonville's'; ery. The effect was wonderful. It soon Age-Herald. from England since, Elizabeth's frightful ,,suffering from lirer; fr "ro'- i

I Bio district Just before leaving;who new automobile ordinance stopped the cough and I am now in better reign. The leper windows to be seen and yellow jaundice Big r > p ..'
has into effect. Restrictions health than I hare had for years." from other remedies or doctaji, ''ir ;
.ink That words were not suffl- gone Notice to Appear, in'ancIent churches still attest the grip .
This wonderful lifesaver is an unrivalled bottles of this matchless nedlcibsipletely #
: ,
S to Describe the uaniage which bad I are placed on speed, and other precan -
4 remedy for coughs, colds,grippe, which the disease once had on England cured him. U'a OIUiTfI
< ,an doiie in the province,where a greatof i lions are taken to protect t the public.-' asthma,jcronp, hemorrhages, whooping In Circuit,Bl'adforacount7.Court,8th Judicial Circuit of FlorIda lepers ,being. severely separated anteed for Stomach, layer, cr e7 '

leaf bad been ruined. One of On Monday night, in Tallahassee, cough or weak lungs. SOc, f 1. Trial Laza WHITE from the rest.of the community, a separation troubles and never dlsappdnta, '
I heanosijosers inHavana proper bottle free. Guaranteed by-all drug.gists. VII J'BiU for Divorce. which extended even to ecclesiastical 50c at all druggists. "-, :. '
; ir title "
(oyemor.GIIchri appeared the T.C.. WHITJ
i the;ciis9lfP.olaclr who'sustainedlosaiof NO'l'ICB'1'O APPEAB. matters. Thougb,its ravages I'
role of a play: :Bachelor's Reverie. I J
-some,TOO.bale of.fine wrapSalt -. !:which -w i-Written'by"Miss) -Sarah O. The State of Florida to.T.C. Write, Greeting: were' greater among the poorer classes 1 A Good Guesser i. i ,
into the School, Elections.. TT having been shown by affidavit that the It was not unknown among the nobility "Ton can't guess I .:
; water coming up i Freeland. a,.talented. Jacksonville news defendant, T.O.White,is a non-reeldent of and gentry, and Robert the Bruce about before t
eboise was for much'of On the 19th of November there will be the tit ate o Florida and that the residence of yon Just ." ,
responsible paper woman.. The:play was'givel1 under victor of succumbed to 7o.'a1 :'
said defendant Is unknown,and that said defendant Bannockburn Hlghcollar said .";>: .
the. >tbbjicco> damage ,in the citi. The the auspices of the Tallahassee Woman's an election held at Hampton to deter la over the age of twenty-one rears. it in 1329 "I ha vent an ',
.. .
i of'leaf immediately soared upward mine the amount of millage ,to be assessed It la therefore ordered considered and adjudged '1' ;
Club for the benefit of the new that the said defendant,T.C.White do Johnnie." It .., :

1.20,to 80 per cen It was high al- .clubhouse soon to be built. Governor for school purposes in the Hampton appear on to or the before complainant's the bill of complaintIlfrem 'Will Promote Beauty. That's It. Ton guessed I; _'I- <;; :: N

,, 'ut as soon as the news from PI- Special Tax District and for the first time." ; : ,,', ,
Gilchrist's friendship for many of the 2D DAY OP JANUARY, A.D.1911, Women desiring beauty get wonderful : 1 ,-j .
r;.del Rio 'arrived, snd the. losses'at members of the club,.caused him to descend purpose of electing three trustees. Managers In default whereof f a decree pro confesso will help from Backlen's Arnica Salve. It, : A'r. :

occurred, up vent the 'market. fer a short time from'the digni of election, J. Allen, A. M. Wil- be It entered Is further against ordered the said that T.this C.White. b- banishes pimples, skin eruptions sores f" : ".
lished in the Bradford Telegraph and boils. It makes'the skin1 soft and Stop coughing I You rack ;. li of i a
the of
o !, leaf dealers simply declared iams and J V. Jones. By order County a
.. y ties of hiss high office,, in order that the and the BAtT '* "* *
newspaper published at Starke, la Bradford velvety. ,It glorifies the face. Cures worry body. -: "r'HOREHOUND .
w sre not;iri the,;market Then, ap C1 b'mlghtraz money for- their new Board of Public Instruction. county;Florida,once each week. for eight' een-. sore eyes, cold sores, cracked lips, hap- SYRUP cbeb '1Ii',

h d after'the storm, they evident- home. J. O. PraL., BecnttTe la witness weeks.whereof,I have hereunto set my ed hands. Best for burns;scalds, fever. tion, heals the lungs and res ortji

tit ig back,,fora still.higher mar. Sec. and Supt.i. hand and aflbfed the seal of our circuit coon sores outs, bruises and piles.' 2liO at aU fortable breathing. Price 2bs, fiOc' ..
tar' West Citizen. The census of the United States, as at i. -VOn on this theM day of November,. A. druggists. fl per bottle Sold by''Hitcbe* SI '
Eey (SEAL) D.1810. "
present taken, is a farce. It is now the 19th of November there will ban W. T. WEEKS.Clerk. Store., Starke,'. f jj I 'r ,;
| %'Irei4aa Sawyer an employee of theLJ. ByB.A.WEEKSD.C.Master's 'I
; election held in Rising District No. f
.nearly 1911-and the result of the census Tatooih Island. J
fell from tize\ ,while The Sartorial LimlL '
-4. By. ,engine
train, To: | JakfegTwater 'pf last ($summer,will not be:,known 16 to determine the. amount of. millage sale. The most' equable.climate in this What la the sartQrlal.liml4ehat ,j.
ht" ila
.; l until year'after to be assessed for school purposes''InRiaingDlatrlct'N country':found in Tatoosb Island In ;'
S ne.daYn1gh'i J nearly a it was taken. '--1 with an.overcoat?,.A\;. and narrowly esIcapeddeath. W. H. Halsey, who (took the census inpfLand" 16 and for the ,pur Notice is hereby given that under and by the.'s'B1t. of 'Juan de Fuca between low shoes A short skirtwitb |4 -J .
next virtue of final decree foreclosure made and ; :
.' The wheels of to j
:ar_ and .Vancouver island :,
; has for his of electing )three trustees. Managers rendered October the Washington S with a'.pfllh oat ..,
; not'yet.been: paid pose 25rW10 far Judge of the fete waist? panama ; j
U engine passed]Oybt ile"haud and.Dr, 1 Circuit Court of the 8th Judicial Circuit of where the never has been I"fc"Jsuey '
[ of the election ,E. J. Lewis O. B. :
> ,work:. If other employees of the census ; Florida in and for Bradford county in 'chan and rubbers?._ jOr batofp '. f
paring; found It neoeeaary to Amputate :department are not more promptly paid Sweat and A!:J. Griffls. Done by orderof cery sitting,in favor of Bradford County Bank. above 80 degrees' and rarely. .falls below regalias. as a 'Ua4lNe: 4ft- -
ftl. The hand was badly manfglel a corporation,complainant, and against N.D. 60 degrees.' 'I .
[tTTp Board Public er terms tnem? < cago't"Tibun'Cynical. <' ,1'
of Instruction. |
the WainHght,
it Is nO wo/nder that prompt work is not 'Administrator of the estate of H.
and will the mah>|o *" Llska L. -- '
cause young J: 0. PofPKCL- M.Scarborough, Scarborough Lucia .
: .
done.DeLand News. .
|bo. .i' crfpple. for life. Waldo News. '. -'Sec. and Supt. Scarborough Scarborough Josephine d Hardy Scarborough Scarborough, Jeannette defendants .RoUce.d Hnal Dlscbarfle. .' I ,Love does not attvayj. endl J Ira b j '?
All telegraph and telephone wires ale undersigned will offer for sale before Notice is nereDy given'to'all"'ooHcenied that .
Jburlng the heighth of the storm dor the court house door at Starke,Florida, ass monthaaftu date hereof I will present my Sometimes the,girl breaks,ie .,
Jiaj'Ortober; what was apparently tidal to,be put under. ground in Jacksonville.AtIeast'200 ,. On theJIStb of_November there will bean between the, legal horns of sale on Monday.. final returns administrator of the estate ot ment. '* _I'\ _: iu_ "'". ; .. \
: DECEMBER 6, 1010,| 0.11.KereT late of Bradford county.Florida, ' over lake Oleecbobee. people visited the haunted election bead atrThereBsa'to.deteijmlhe to the highest best'bidder 'for cash,the dec ,.' and-apply, to'the Oonntyoounty =e ot .J. I' .

.on the-;west side houses:lfisB camps .boo e'Yfear'p Land Landing Sunday; the amoant'.oX-ouUige; to. be.'.assessed following described lands situated in. Brad =.' !STorldaloerjny.Administrator '.11rW ,d1sG. :SBA$ : .
t! for school in ford county,Florida to-wit: 1 11 j
fierything movable was swept property the late Moses Mariab,to purpose 1 /4ra-i.BWl. I
a 6 b1oc'HOrlot .5'
L. IxrtsM and to 1,8.; 4 ,7 and thee of G.H.
occupants escaped by climbing trees witness some of the queer things that Dt8t : 1 and"f of1 the Sin block 18; lots L 2,8,4 and 7 In block H; ''Kersey'deceased.Sept.2mO. Air Line,Railway.i] | :
iota I,2, 8, 4,5,0 and 7 In block 0' all .- I *"
of the -- 4 Tl'
m 1 ., .. i1 i
big 011 to floating timbers and swim j jteing. I have taken place there, suth as a heavy electing three trustees. U""agersoftbeelection above described lots&JSdblocb in what is -. t
L. V. Moore J. W. Batten and known as Lincoln City, in Bradford county, ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURBKoY. r
; Tb water rose about six feet ..rock, weighing perhaps or SO pounds 4n. .. permap or plat'recorded in Book Ion ,Entice 11 final DISchar U. T.,;. a t +
[above the bank 'and overflowed :the en that ,has been-.lying1ronnd tbe house Horace May. Done by order of the page l1'JOtFl publfq records of aal4-Brad '- =Y- -

Ttt' country '.surrounding'' the 'lake.i for the past twenty or thirty years picked Board of Public Instruction. IIJ.O.PowELL ford?' .. ; ;. .._ A. Z..A.DXINB six Notice months f"hereby after data siren hereof io'aH'obnc'e I will tned thai 1 No. 43, southbound 11Oj; ,'r t ., : .

i near the lake itself.up; carried itself into anadjoiq* S r- Chancery, lnalreturnaas.Execntorof the estati ofW111 No; 65No '. '.
figndredjotog'raaglug A. V. LONG. : m.
I lam Underhill late of Bradford county, Hor'apply > '
were drowned. by ,the sudden rise of the tag room :and broke Into>two pieces!., Sea and Supt. Attorney Complainant. Ida d.e.e eulld. to the. CountyJud *oJBradfordcounty '81-.11 'i i'm. : ;; :

Four pairs of shoes belonginjrtoa few ,, Florida, for my flnaldls-. No,68, north-bound, pt yq : '* \\s .
' "
No.; 64No.M @.t,2p.m. ,
of the children set on the floor, began ArtOaSATISFACTION TO H. tmD1m'RTTExecutor ,, :' .', i
a result,of the recent cold,wave in of the Estate of William m+ : .
; to walk: npstalrs'while the family look Under hill,deeeMed. ; ] "
"Jacksonvillfl there were 21 alarms of firesent' ed on,'id 'i feet nor h hands touched CAR{'S MAIL ORDER JJOUSE June 17.ttl0-6m Winrlrsa BasIcU. '" -

: in inside of'186,hours, caused from .J' .. i
them. .A .fishing rod, a heavy' turned a No. 181 leaves StarkeNo. I 6,00 .
defective and heaters,the total loss OLDESTWH1SKEY HOUSE1N FLORIDA school children suffer from
,flues Many con. 184 arrives '"' 4.20
column, .a sewing machine and : J., tea,
many f
v,amounting to.aboui $800.' stipation,.which is often the cause .or ?I
other articles; came down stairs of their THOMAS CARR, PROPRIETOR seeming stupidity at lessons. :Chamber-. f I r:.
(Formerly of Augusta,Ga.) Nos.54 and i8 ran '_'JuMoirrBi* jud 1;
: l. survey of:the Florida East Coast own .accord These stories excited no SUCCESSOR WILLIAM BYRNE Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets are an Cedar Keym N&43,81.M and 84 be* ; Jack- :

.Kaiiway extension shows that the damage little interest in the haunted place, and TQ ideal medicine to give a- child.' for they Sr gad Tampal' 181 and 'i'TT NS ;, \ ,
127 MAIN STREET JACKSONVILLE FLORIDAALL mild and in their effect and and Wauee. + :: ,
are gentle ; .;
done in the storm .was comparatively.smaU. during the past week the road from Deg '
LEADING CORDIALS IN cure even constipation., J. oaimir.8.C. + Kt
A few barges and small boats Land to the bouse about six miles "
away; Sold by all dealer _
were sank: tentswere blown down and has been worn to a'frazzle. Some people __ q. .t'i "
|.te&porary structures washed out, but who have visited the scene have experienced IMPORTED GOODS. 4 QtL 8QY.12Qt, '
RhlmMll Old"Gin,Double
4 8
Qta. Qta.12 Qt
'the concrete piers', stood the test and of the and unaccountable ___
some x150nso
; Han
s0 6 75
1 miL are being operated on' the ext phenomena. '. J.Hennes8y's!ran 1'-------Star Cog GOO 11'00' 119.oo Am Old Tom Gin--Holland_..OID.d._.___._ 8.00 6.75 8JiO 8.10 j *- :.

\ ; The'total amount of damage will John. e'A'8ons"8ootca:_ RhhDea118' .gIII'OlD.... 275 1.25 1.00 IWL1LLIAM.SPkYS JUJ JREIbT{ J
An old ,Seminole Indian, Oropeared Whisks u__._.__ 8.00 11.50 17.00 Imperial Row e01n- 2.60 4.75 7.00
and Whiw lIcoichd..
"probably ; Black
not exceed$3,000
: Charlie, was in Danja recently. The old 'Wh1ake7.?-- ....----- MO I** 17.00 BRANDIES

I, Considerable street paving is h: be fellow claims Jo. be 75'years old. He T. O'Connor's_Ir! h__Whlskey. __.__- 6JCO HJw '
I I ......_ 4 r.. 8 Qte. 12.r... 211 West Bay St.CASE. -P. O. Box'401ZAOXS01fVlLL'BJ ; .
once. The contract said the glades was a big?poDd with TWlrbelWiJamaica Bum... 6X0 11.50 1700ymoatIIGin '
done i
? Perry Holland Gin_..-_.__ 6X0 9M lLOO Apple and Peach very old, 14.00 x1.75 uls0p : (' :
Calls fdr.four T"flff Of macadamized more water:,in it than he had ever seeD ) ,__.__..._ 8.00 llJiO 1'1.00 APPle aadPeach.straight_ 8.00 t 4.15 7.50 J. J. WILLIAMS t r.t -
Wine._._ 6.00 llJiO 17.00 UO M5 -3i'. '
lea ooPeach2.110
,streets,; Id feet wide, 6 Inches in the oen- Indications are that the new daren Oporto Golden Superior Sherry.. eXO 1UOIfff l'i.OO. 4.15 1.00 .i t. w
ter on the in thickness ) Port -- 1x00 &00ATGrCOTTento's 8.00 >.>
/: and inches edge don Hotel at Daytona Beach will be com Sherry... 8.00 6JO s.oo RUMS. GOODS.DESOTORYE.. HOMESTEAD CORN W, >

Bock obtained about six DUeI-fnim that pleted by December 10th. Practicallythree Richard Claret Pierre._..&._Leflla___ 8.00 6.50 8.00 4 Q'-- 8 Qte.12 Q'-- 1 gallon g, express Patd--- f' 5o : '. r,
town will be used in the construction train loads of furniture have ar Wine.- 8X0 5.50 8.00 Felton's Double Stamp OldSTRAIGHTWHIKIE1BOTTLED : ,.
.. fl.iO ,11f1) 4 Full Quarts Express paid____$ 6 00 SPECIAL OFFER.'* ; F
N.. G. Wade & Co., the well.knoWDj rived. AU carpets will be laid, and all IN BONO Felton a Single sdi----.N.----I4OO ew 6" II ____ 7 00 Idlebrook*Whiskey in vs

pontrabtors, have been awarded.the con I window shades, draperies and awnings 8 YEARS OLD.4 Qt 8 QtL12 Qt .l ton Knand-sIlO Proof New?.-..- 8.00 .8..5 8JiO 13 II ". ____. W 75 Bottling Express Nd4' ,' ., '" 'f

'.tract for the construction of 62 miles of I will be'put' up by the makers. The John GlbsoD's Bre_..__. 15.00 19m 11'.00 EDgland__.__..__.__ 2J. 4.15 .,.00Maryland 12" irei8ht1ld-____ 12 ,00 .100 Pints in drum Express paic'. 00 -: '

now railroad extending .from Winter I,Clarendon will be one of the finest hotels Old McBrarer Pure B1'8 ye5.50______ 6,00 8m 11m 1..00 14.00 MALT GOODS. WILLIAMS' No. 10 RYE. 200 Half;drum ". '' I 85.00 ,T'. :.; .J

Haven, .south.through>Frostproof and on the east coast when completed.The My Maryland Brook Bye.B1e_....___ 5.00 5.00 9JOtt 8.iO 14.00 14..00tfUDD7 4 Qt 8 Qt. 12 Qt 4 6 Full" Quarts" Express" paid" ._________$".4 3 20 60 Sold only by drum dvm. not beak dram. :,

Avon Park to lake Jackson,some twelve British steamer Baltic Sea arrived Dheimer's R ye------ It.OO Daffy Malt,for medicinal '-rT .*."
SJ2 +
jniles the The road CeecsdeR;a .....-. U.OO p ..--......--..Nm = ..J.. $11.50 19" II ____ 9 oo CORN WH'oCKtGXEp' JPaid. :) ;c
beyond latter place. atPensacoia Sunday from London Old Oscar p uer BTe---_. 600 GJiO lLOO Shaw t----------------- i.oo 7.'l5 llJiO 24" II ____ 9 60 :
Fork Erjp
wilt of the finest land in B.P.Pepper 70----------- 5.00 9.5o 14.00 Henrr s Malt.._.______ 4.00 7.75 llJiO Rocky per bottle : *.{-$140 ;
three thousand
with '
some of
tons chalk
open up for a Old OverholtRyeL00 8m 14.00 Corn Malt...___..._.._..__ a.oo U 8JiOBo'f OLD HALIFAX.RYE. Rocky Fork, per case :4 : ...!J 75 : '
i Florida and will serve as a,feeder to the whiting factory. If any political aspirants Old Corn Ryeeti aiglii::=i6: 6f1) 0.50 14.00 4 Full Quarts Express paid __.$420 N. O. White. _, 1 gal" :1 1. i 110. ;.,::1 .

CJoast:;'Line system and incidentally to' need such an article the supply la af- UIO 7.50 11.00 GOODS F, O. B. JACKSONVILLE. 6" "' 6 00 N. O.!"White, fine, I gal < ;_ j 75 :'" ;: '

Lakel&nd which will be the nearest large unlimited.Mies Bemember-WePB7 express charges on all Peach and Honey from 12.00 to 13-00 gallon 13 II ____'12.00, Laaral y, 'i| T__. 3._g$ r, 1 + -
per '
orders amounting J2.60 or more. No expresscharges SUNNY SOUTH RYEj RYE'Wffi,9HY-x pre :
.towjij Lizzie Roach a highly respected paid for lees than$2JO. DOMESTIC WIN-Ea. ; ) ..! ., g :
; 4 Full Quarts Express paidl_.$ 2 75 Gallon, 4
Blood wOltelL It seems that the pa. young lady of Williston, while doing BLENDED WHISKIES. 4Qte 8Qt 12Qta. .ft t
known to Bottled _.__ 6 __ 400 Queeu O1tyR .
These brands are everyone. OaUfornta 8herrr i12S $U5 $3.50 $2 M
ternai grandfather'of the late lamented some washing at her home last week by the distillers aDd are standard the Jabello Sherrr____.._ 2.00 B.'l 550 12.11 "* "- ______ 800 Sunny South_._____. .It. :J. '.75 :s ..4(1MW
NXBJBroward force worM Note the low price on same CalIfornia Port__. ___._ 1.25 2.25 <;
: was tfrnanpf great had her clothing to catch fire and she over. 8110 86 Pints __.; 1200 Bye Malt_-.---_ '': .l ,'ss ':1,
4 QtL 8 Qta.12 Qta. St&n'd 1.25 2.25 8.50 l'
and, a-leader,before and after the cession was so badly burned that death resulted. Ohofce Blackberry l.25 YELLOWSTONE BOURBON. Hurdle Rye Special.Overholk t. ,iI ;4'GO "
.:. Lewis 66Wilson's.._..._.._.---..-- $5.00 19m $14A0 -- -Cordial.-- 8 8 UO ."
'of Tlorida to, the United States. Hewas' .. Oarloe Port 3.00 550 4 Bottles paid $ 6 40Dase.expreBa _.Ni._..,. 1"! U\I.' ry!
: ,express .
Sweet -
-- Maecatele125. -----?? ,
Hill __
Sixty-five o.0
Bich ,
cigar makers, .. ... .- .. # ,
W.Harper -- 80
I .. 12 ,
colonel OarreWs Old
S i I appointed by the Spanish bAD UJiO 1.00 8cuppernong 1.00. 4.00 fA0 paid----- J5 Planter J__ ,10..t. .
governor and cleaned up the pirates who women,, left, Pittsburg, Pa., last Old Echo Sherbrook 8prlngl-------.. ....--. 4.00 7.iO 11.00 The above wines are sbsolnteljrk };aDd are 7 OLD,BOONE, Old Boone "II.. "1'R: 00' '.:
in H1ll1.8.00 6.'l 8liO the moat popular selling before.the blfo .to- ---- .1"00 c r.
week to work the j
': tried to make Feraandina headquarters.At cigar at Yo Belle of the Coste.-. .__. Z.1 UO 8.16 dror,. Bottled in'bond by the U. S. Gov'm't.4FullQuartirjExp.pald..t ., Williams', Private,Seal S" ., 00 ; s d
The strike is : 7.00 : ,
Tampa practically over MeJ1owSprfDgs'Z5 5,00
his and valuableaerjlcea I
reward for bravery
and moet'of the factories have resumed CORN WHISKIES. pm.Qt' 12 Full Quarts, Exp.paid..__: 12.,7524Full .ALOQBO .liJ'f' : .: .

the 8overor gale him_several business. 'The charges against the cigar 4 Qts. ;8 Qta.12 Qt l.'remede nportecLS1.2Double Pints, Exp.paid. ,:___-. :JS'75Tp. One Grade On1y.and. pgw'l Ii 50 : ;'

thoound acres x>f land in Dnval county Stamp.Old Corn BeDed1cUneYeUported-a----- r1.$ ;!8 Fall K.PiD ; paid.- : 13, 00 (#BrpresspVd.12 .6t3) '
a Itft 4'150' '
shows makers for complicity riot,etc., feU fiat. 100 proof_....T__--. EW* .75G. :-. -* '
to light :
mold docuxent brought *> proof 2.75 625 1.15 4amou Io potied.- ..I'OO :

the colonel to have been worthy grand I for lack'of.evidence.' ,A Golden Pride Old Com,Corn_-.:----- 'm 4.75 1.00 ,pancao. ....::....-__, ..r.159 ': ;Sadiis'.a1tn'r riaiOi4:$ ". .

'. $lie'o*the old filibuster, just gathered to I Last Monday the moving picture in I do not pay express charges on goods under 13.60 per gallon. I 'handle ev : .-"?P Hi ; "c' .- '..' r 4 "f'ff t. .: .

"h Lathers. Ahaunt also was among: d alry''w' barn -in Jacksonville, the I II erythiug pertaining to the liquor business, and if there ar .any goods you want 1 a Jz

< .thfl brave Sottthern matrons who cheeredlid ., Selig Polyscope Coapaiy'has engaged which are not in this list, send me yon?order', and _I Will, tora'aidvame: to ..youpromptly. .

'; encouraged the Florida toys to I Dixlelani Park for tl>is new industry. 'I make a ci&U1' .Old! 'Whukias and Wines fori'amU.1"-.nd: .Medicinal :i : iY .

.* eo.- .the front aDd fight and die in the,I I The.outfit contuns 163 trained jmtnrMg ] .' All goods gnaranfeed' -' under the Pure Food'and Drag'-Act..' ., ( % tiVi' 4 i tV/JLJ'" jjjfri4S&t'f' & RYIs j %

Governor Broirard's ancestors and from 60 to 60 men. One part of theequipmentJs J.- THOMAS"OAfcR. .. *--t tf :-' -. -

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The death of ex-Oar: : .Allen D.'Cand-
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,'. .. .. .$.' : -:.RI111tl ;aimo1.. .'Copyright. 1910 by American Press After career be to had a close.retired from publio life Having bought out G JM.Sisthinkjs: .S.t9Ck..of goods; wlych contains?:,' '.

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r. ,'t'bt.e'Contu..... ..-......." ..,. I was recently entertained by a gen upon for a large stock of Ladies' and Gentlemen's! Furnishing. ; already ord
.t' ., tate the most useful service, perhaps
ae tleman and his wife, living in theirhandaome I we will sell hundreds-of articles at greatly reduced prices of Miich those
t. Ct r! 4ln-the:.P .. .. 7. lteooad-clsu hatter. ', :r' "' country:place on one of tne
t .. T_ 1 I 'the colonial, revolutionary and.confed below are examples: : ; r
ij most beautiful of American lakes, state records of his state. I '. "
r.. Stkrke, Fla.. Nov. 11, 1918.r i I whose ;
courtship was certainly the .
1<; This task was not undertaken by the '," .a r
}' most strange I ever heard of. They I former governor without the aid of the Ladies j !

i'., 60T TIUI.S EARLY 1ft TH&GAME.Pain were both Russians by birth and both .I state, but that one so well qualified to jftlineryLadies'

; f ;: : 7 ; of the higher class. The husband told :
perform the service was available.and Boys .
: 25a and boa, Belts...:..__...lOc '. ..;;-
. iiw'. '." r fijiah! county got a taste of me the story one evening while w* chosen to do it are circumstances that $1.15 Gowns_. _. __-u___ 75o .- *ati andiEabies' .T. .

in the were smoking on his piazza overlook' the people of Georgia now feel 50o Union Suits _. .23o"" 0 .
I "local option" politics early: may 2.b0 to 95 Silk W&1sta"M' price ----- : ; r. pnce. ,

w., game. la that county advantage was big the water. It was this: thankful for. He has passed to his reward 75c Lawn Waists_-_._u__._Soc S5o Underahirts.2Oc: -

taken of. the qualifying of the negro ''I am now a man of seventy, and during I but he left the work of his heart 100 Hose..._________._.....__6c 2 Caps_______ _____.___.lOolOo ; _

r..*.' .' ., Toteand thoticket nominated in the my long life there has been a and hand visible and valuable coming boo and 75c Union Ba.itsSSC Hose...__.__.___..__...___60 : ;

'. ; was defeated with one great change In the political condition generations. LaoesandEmbroidery25o Hose.,__..-.u...._______..19o boo silk -Taps..
eprlDprimar1 '
c of native Dry Goods, ..
Were it
my country. not for
it to 83c Silk
exceptions. A press dispatch Pertinently occurs suggest
or two
this change Instead ,of telling you my pllce.
' this interesting com that a similar undertaking should be in '&
v from these gives- .
experience I would be deathly afraidof
< itiated in Florida.. No effort has been
the result:
ment on your knowing it Indeed, I shouldbe

Nearly 800 negroes participated, living, as It were 'hi oblivion.'. I made to collect the.historical data of The above articles are by no means all that.are to be ,$&>1 lcat a sacrifices
. r wielding the balance of power and voted this state and preserve it in permanent
was one of the original nihilists. The
A..". by: the lieutenants'the objectionable of the liquor nominees interests word is no longer used in speaking of form. Agents working 'under the Carnegie There are hundreds of others,that must go. These are all :;load goods, 'ne. :.1' f

4., ...'; ;. to of defeat the democratic primaries. Russians who oppose the government foundation have actually done fresh and stylish. Call on us if you need anything. in our lib% .qnd we wflf
!< / Negroes f here art jubilant.over their for there b. nothing it stands for. more to classify and perpetuate the valuable .
I to give satisfaction. We in busrjSesi ;
i \ being :brought back into politics by It is the Latin word nihil, which records of Florida than the. state sure you launching out and are au f

'I'! .. eo called democrats and nominees.hilarious OTerJ' means nothing the nihilists believing has. ious to give a good impression so as to get and retain customers, and therefpl : (

; their defeat of primary that nothing, governmental or social, Some time ago it was noted In these :
-movements and developments cannot afford to promise than intend .
Future political any more we to do.H.D.MOTT&BIW.
I :
!, in.Palm Beach county prom. exists should exist-all should be columns that one of the state's educators Jir

: lie to be quite interesting. destroyed. Today there is a process had voluntarily taken up the task I J

of building up Russia, and even the i .
I Ii of writing a history of education in : /(
The appearance of Pleasant Holt's term revolutionist there is at present '
in the
Florida. This is one step right .
since. the election confined to a few. ;
i future in the papers direction and is deserving of all praise .
together with come carefully prepared The belief of the circle that I belonged ;
and encouragement, but the Metropolis
tributes to the manager of the campaign to was, among other things. SISTHUNK'S OLD STAND COR. CALL AND w :
interposed then, and reiterates, that the
I for the that all property should be held in
against prohibition, gives f
has his some common. I was then but twenty yearsof person who is qualified to perform this STARKE, FLORIDA .
Bifpition that he eye
service should be and be -
age and was caught by this Idea. (
1 big political office, the governorship .
reasonable to make I -
Indeed, young as I was, I became a given every facility
, t perhapi If it,ahoald come to pass that
.leader among the nihilists. But my the work thorough and have it completed i

I he decided to try for the governorship, principles underwent a sudden change. with dispatch. -:- 5--- 1 ..;
wouldn't a few others who have teen A brother of my father had emigratedto It is reasonable- to assume that this .

i banking on "local option" influence America and bad made a fortune. important matter will attract the attention Wm. A. BlountOF .

have a bad case of dry grins. This pa. He died a bachelor when I was twen of our legislators some day, and PENSACOLA .. :

-:. per is perfectly frank to say that it ty-five years old and left me his prop- that somebody will be assigned to the ,

i thinks Mr. Holt ought to be the "big erty, amounting to more than half a task. Hat it should of its own importance CANDIDATE FOR 'I 1 _

noise" if the state is to be controlled by million dollars. ; I.
be impressed upon every one that United States Senator.The .: :
the saloon interests. This acquisition of wealth will turn 1 .
the longer it is delayed the more difficult

So far as we have- been able to learn the principles.head of I any no sooner communist learned from that his I will it be to accomplish. ray ea n ,, '1 :

i' saloon towns that Georgia profited by the fruitful years John. Sfockfons; \:
., from the returns was heir to a fortune than I saw all Space\ -
of study and experience of its Governor
gave a majority for prohibition Tuesday the social problems I had studied in a
o Oandler, and helped him to leave a heritage .
are, Key West Miami, Ocala, St. Petersburg different light. But one object took

;to Tarpon Springs Dunnellon possession of me-to conceal the. news beyond price or appraisement to

and Plant City. The .majority in of my fortune from my associates his people. 'f .. '
:1' Plant City -wa more than 2 to 1. In hiding myself from them that I Will not Florida follow the example -;, .. a,

including Ybor City and all might enjoy It. One night I left one of her elder sister, and take heed of the. '

,: f Tampa fifteen voting of their meetings to disappear from passing years and the fast decaying A Little the ;
; other suburbs, seven out of them forever. Journey fo Fire ,
"{ majority for Disguised I left at records that have not even a strong *,
: precincts gave a prohibition
midnight for America, and in a few 4
I room for their keeping?
but majority against
prohibition months my property was turned over
t 1 waa 881. to me. The Metropolis passes the suggestionto sides of the CommonPeople

f In time the cause of my absence the governor for a department of archives ;f-

Florida probate best natured would be known. I should be tried and history with provision for

J prohibition election in the history of the and condemned to death. I turned the compilation and publication and }:! -i

oountr). At times the discussion bordered over my property and the collection permanent restitution of the state's valuable ;E .

I on bitterness, but as a whole tie II.II.'fL. of my. income to an agent with Iristrnctiona papera.-Miami Metropolis. ,- .' "

campaign wu about as free from personalities to send the latter to an an- .. 1 .. :.

I i and vituperation as,could be I other name than my own, which I assumed ENTIRELY TOO TECHNICAL. '- ..

and lose my Idea The county treasurer of Clay countywas '" .
hoped for issue of.such importance 55 0( ..' '
tits In traveling from place to place.I of the of embezzlement :
; hupging 1 1I neVer dared stop anywhere more r TjIEM -
creditable to. the state that inch on the grounds that the indict- .
11 than' a month at a time and before ment read "Treasurer of Clay county"instead fi
; vraa the cue. long I began to experience that tired 1.
--- of "County Treasurer of Clay
I feeling which Induces criminals who .i.
'i' Taft and Roosevelt were both repudiAted county," which goes to prove that un, man who is running on his own it
know the police are,hunting them to .. t .
i by Tuesday's elections. Both of der our laws a man may commit almost merits and against King and Factional there is j(
a great and increai
give themselves up and suffer the pen- ngi;t majority of all the .,
.;' their home states joined in, the democratic alty.ofHbeir crimes. any crime, and if his lawyer can pick a Politics. SURELY Florida who-regard the ofi3r ofj United States Senator ..'

!t r landslide. It looks like the republicans Especially did I suffer from being flaw in some of the proceedings of the The man who is running ag&inaf-'the: as part of the heritage bequeathed them j by the revolutionary !

will lave to piot"them a new cut off from my own countrymen. I court where he is tried, justice does not Perpetuation of the United States Sena- fathers, in perpetuity and without ojarg '
or :
liability to :
I J leader for 191$. Tuesday's: result left dared not associate with a Russian enter in the question at all.-Lake City torships in Jacksonville.ANHODNCEHEHTS.. assessment, restriction, curtailment or aliei1ati n. ;<

;: t. _. no doubt as to the identity of the demroratio lest through him my identity and Index. '

; leader. Judson Harmon, ofObin whereabouts should be communicatedto This is on a par with the case where o This being so- and it is to'be hoped thelni one will dispute it, :

t I: S Should be cur presidential ncmi those who were looking for me. For the defendant, who stole a pair of shoes, and thereby declare himself;member in J'OOdi;!standing of the Ancient ..t

i i ten years I lived a life in death. I Order of Old Fogies-it follows that Si .
t. .; n 'e in. l9lL was acquitted because the indictmentread FOB MAB8HAL. (ut a; few of UI) feel
have often since wondered how the that the office of United
I I "shoes" instead of "a pair of I am a candidate for reelection to the officeof should, :be filled by V man
( i The state democratic executive committee czar knowing all the while that there shoes." This shows the importance of Marshal and Tax Collector of Starke and respectfully who-as our friend, W.J., B of Nebraska,, eat-"hiss' a heart in ,
solicit; the; of th. TOera. I
Jacksonville are many persons seeking to kill him, support
: is to meet in today
I getting a keen la.wyerPens&Cola News. promise to give faithful and eSclent; service If I rhythm moved by the heartbeat of humanity, ind not la cadence 1
j ;! to complete the details of holding the can live without breaking down withnenoDS elected. L. H. AUSTIN. with the pulsations of the full pocketbookj'

t primary election in January. The most prostration. GOOD TIMES AGAIN. ;,
: r As time passed and I still lived if I FOR NIGHT MARflHAT. Bowing to the will of the majority is *imn Democratic .{
: difficult problem the committee has to The exchange editor of the Times is piie
did not feel,easier I at least took fewer I candidate for reelection the officeof
am a doctrine. Therefore, it follows that it la well die .
i i solve is the providing of means for hold. devoutly thankful that the election is Night Marshal and respectfully; ask the support : to ear and heed ;:
!f' precautions against being found by one of the voters at the election. If to the sentiment preponderating when :
; ensuing we arejsobiiiitting
;. :' ing the primary. sent to kill me. In fact, I felt 'that 1 over. For months he'went on short rations elected I shall endeavor,as In the past to faith- candidate to the acid teat. 'I; I' a senatorial .'\.

I would rather die than suffer myself to of items about farmers and crops fully discharge the duties of the office. .- .\ 't '
.'f j : Champ "Clark will be speaker of the constantly fear death. and hogs, and for the past few weeks JOHN N. O. STOCKTON' IS A SENATOlilAL CANDI r

I t t House of Representatives and, Florida One day I was Introduced to .a lady the rural editors and their volunteer assistants DATE. I --
I hereby announce myself a candidate for i L! :
'i i will have two. important committee from Russia, who on learning from so filled up the papers with argn ,the; office of Night Marshal of Starke and will,
: something I Inadvertently dropped to ments about prohibition that he had actually -i if elected,endeavor to discharge the duties sat HE IS ALSO A MAN. IN HEART TOUCH WITH BU.MtUTrY.
S. M.
chairmanships. Congressmen isfactorily. I solicit the
to confront starvation in his favorite respectfully rapportof
ud Frank Clark are loth in reveal the land of my nativity that 1 line of the voters. SILAS KITE. ; i i .
i : f Sparkman diet. He now hopes to i t i i ...."'-
was a took an Interest In me.
: lin for important amgnm'!nts. : fraternize by proxy with the horny. His forty years' record as a business ma i* Florida is
; ; Hounded I felt I had been for .
as sure
handed son of toil to note the rapid FOB TAX-ASSESSOR. .
up by a single instance of
:. many years I gave myself to the of the razor-back ungenerous traarjneit of ttvala or r.tou"
I up lifting to observe the 1 hereby announce myself a candidate for reelection -
The Ft. Myers Press of November companionship of this woman who filling of countless smokehouses to record aa Tax Collector for the; Town of disagreement with associates $1 I ..

..j 'I; 3d consists of sixteen pages of readable seemed .to have been sent to me in mj-; phenomenal yields of potatoes, to fellow Starke citizens and earnestly solicit the support of my All those with whom he has dealt in j
t f bnin MhaTe;
:: : matter relating to its town and county. banishment to comfort me. Indeed, 1 hear the rustle of copious bills taken in ''T. W. Bwu.T. to of him. ; good words
: .
\! Five thousand copies of the issue were was falling Into that condition we call exchange for oranges and grapefruit, to i ''t"

I'i: i printed and sent out to advertise Leecounty. love when one moonlight evening at a mention few champion the extra hogs heavy to read weight about of the a FOB CTTT TRXASUBXR. He has helped, to the utmost of his mew,;. chess who have ap .'

\ J house where "we were entertained she I hereby announce myself a candidate for plied to him for aid and counsel. '
I occasional.feat of a two-year-old heifer reelection to the office of Treasurer of the
1'I suggested that ive walk 'In the garden.When filling,a two-gallon pail with milk twicea Town of Starke,and respectfully solicit your : l it -
I He aided the churches hoetoiilr
j t i. ; With the prospect so bright for democratic out of sight of the house she day. He expects with reason to note support. A. s. CREWS. the schools, the : and was ac -

I } I r} i success in 1912 Mr. Bryan will suddenly faced me, drew a dagger and thrilling stories of what good farmwiveshave tire in the organization of other agencies;hejpf al so humanity. 1

with the words "Forgive me," attempted done with their chickens and mayhap FOR MA YOB. has tiAa If. --.
He been
I doubtless want the nomination: once active in relief work in : _
I hereby announce candidate for reelection .
to plunge it Into heart. I was to note the money found in a belated Mayor stress. Sufferers
but the cannot afford to my to the office of of the Town of from the yellow fever
: more party epidemic of 1888
taking: of the produce of beehives. And and froji .tba ;
too quick for her, springing ,backward. Starke. The support of the voters of the town ccnflanatioa .
) *t commit. suicide again for him. Then I said to her: so on to the full extent of the magnificent b respectfully solicited.C.. F. HOOVER. of 1901 knew his name. '. i ."a

it "Try again. Another time I will not opportunity. He has warm friends 4omea
f Hen. Jno. N. C. Stockton is looming I These are the things that people FOR CLERK.I among the men ajid who work for
t have lived in
oppose you. so long
,, '" ; up as a very strong candidate for Unit- this dread that I welcome death. abroad want to know as well as what hereby announce my candidacy for reelection wages which a acts as a public official eta privi** citizen haTe
,f' we of Florida want to know about each to the office of Town Clerk and respectfully drawn to him. .
i ,. ; e 1 States senator. His several defeats I threw open my coat and presented other.. The man who produces a four- solicit; the support of the; voters at the ,

I 'd S. seem not to have weakened him greatly my breast to her. hundred-pound yearling calf does more election to be held December C.17th.A.FUTCH.Haflcg. He early learned the lesson that the : gtes the amall.

.; i with hi* friends and supporters. For a moment she stood irresolute for his country and party and state and merchants and pay.nearly all tiexpeaees of
l then handed her dagger to me. county and family than ten men who ment and he has denounced the tariff govern

t tj; Tuesday was a great day for the democratic "I cannot do it." she said. "But if I layoff froloniifction proposition or traffic this pOlaga of the poor. &j tfte,fchie? tor ia ;

: ;. party. The results througboc l don't I will be killed. Do the work in.large quantities of standing pine In the Circuit Court-of b1da.8th Judicial :J
: yourself; It will be a mercy to me." timber. The man who threatens by the Circuit in and for Bradfordcounty. In He baa publicly declared that the .
show that have chance high ecit
the country we : ot
\ multiplicity of his swine to atari a demand -I Chancery.Aukooonx. living j. the
! ; 1 to win tie presidency in 1912 if we keep What bad prevented me from following for more freight can is public C. Oeannra ) crime of the government,becMsa it Is directiyllad to Ipecia1 favors: '.-
: thework I had taken upon myself va V Bill for D'YOreL from congress to .
benefactor of special fayozita .i
.,; our headilenL high rank and the Times Him Lzx Coma.: ) 'f ::1 j I..
fortune what '
was a prevented this
1 ; lone to embalm him in the affections of "
t"I woman from obeying the .t"ir>..! who need Notice of FOmg: Interrogatortea and AppUca-. Be..a .V.orf"J.tftW; l .
people a good The '
example. tree rot fNniuutMifiif.ece. 'Pt. therefcn, .
The vote in Bradford county ia a dis-
I ah* had referred and taking: upon herself man who raises enough first-daa crab- THE defendant will bbDOlUo-e that the eonplataant be called by a blgb400nding aaama. but s m .iD Wi .
J tieet surprise to the prohlbitionkts of the blight of an overhanging death pal hay to bale and haul to town and 1 h .Sled with the Clerk of the little treotiae the otltaama pecpla,wlWh .
f. I the ooontfi bo* they are greatly pieuod was love. From this time the arrow mil is a hero beside whom the man who Ciicuit Court twtob of.Bradford* county IOW.B..Bob-Florida;;In- of I t 'J.1o- the : r Ut ckto&hlplace ..0
r& ft7.beIDa
prvyiFwm tlba
tbat the majority on their aide. of the Uttie god. instead of the aaasatat eves a county politically shrinks to a I ert and L MeMarto. wttn*asea forth; *oom- butt pia to ecd-to st y
--- mustard seed. Yon catch the drift w.the.TVy. cool iced mootBplalnanttsbiUtntttl9 JOHN H. 0. BTOQBTON m A iJ ;
r between The
4knife was. vs. tbrmer brother editors. Now act uMaad tUt oath. = ; \L OANDL14iANITY '

i .CUudeLEnglaaJ3iIoaF&rriian to 'cnlted o, preventing the latter and we will mil be JII'CIPU'OU accordingly.sad, "PTH JQ1T OF NOYXXB3EB- &.1).1910.;... DATE.. "t. r : .
Ntabli&li weekij ewipajwr, ia Jack- from separating m. 'For ten yean as and others Baring oar.good u duct co plattraarsw'Ifdtor.wtn apply: to&hia Clerk AHisr-a s7x
1OI1nlt:: man and wife w*hid ovrsctvca as best tad good lock will gild ..themselves of thaClretdt Court tnaad.r lair ce+d eooa- ALO HSAW1 WITH BU- ,
cp tv,Floztda.forth*tan*of $
w%.'ooo: *- sealing the second ..y.& and sit in the game of Jprotiacrng things ll.Z form of inch .Hfe. that can be eaten or add for tho where ....Uo.'I yot 1M aril wUzMe.I' .. :
+ Nezr dt e' the iorrotoiJil. gttmary..Eve .: t. = Jfesacraftaally toJ"8lUa.....tjy JDaII aQp..rtoLt -,0 f
the tel took withal. Be careful exceedingly brethran. a .. .. .
pJofad JGU-.d"'h1 se ttp&csrtl ftaimfi ca ( ... ., f
i. -. yoa another form-the farm of revototiaatod that no item along these.lines gets t y $ ...: < o' ; \ .1.41 -
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t'# jl;will be nttto'following named places! At.the'meeting, of' 8..Marks guild oacasdjij Preaching services: every second and :
Cnthedates ':the ; :fourth Sunday .
r' ID 1 liiTTM decided -to hold'tbo, ._. I
r oicotl Al'tift';taxeifar 0: y/, ., t bazaar on December J5tb,afternoon and SandayjchodeverySuttday" morning
at 10 o'clock:. :, t
.1, oftwo p er> r jpsat will be fi wedallwho" eresiag.Fanoy,,and nsefnl;.articles unit Prayer meeting and Bible study every.
rA' prided b la1r <' able tor Christmas gifts will be found at Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. ; .

.c u i n Xov: ; 21,.LD: the booth far talc article,;MrB: C. A. ;All' are, cordially, invited, ,and members : ; ( ; : 5

Thomas School, Monday,'Nov. 21, p. Futch< in charge. Contributions d are. requested to be present.
L: A. CuxJOsaHiic, Pastor. .
.xar. -, -- be sent li:as early as passible.llki .

:;:1Cdway" ,Tuesday.;NOT.. 22, a.'m., jSnste Darby" 'will preside over Episcopal Chant

;Blatr.TaeedaybToy 2t, p..m. ,. : the candy booth. : :
4 ;: Sunday November 6, 1910, 23d Sunday When : ;;
,Providence,Wednesday,, Nor.r&9;. ars A&f oyster supper xwith' 'other good after'Trinltyi tony a ,

; _. things Shill,be served daring theevening. Sunday School 9:30. stage : ,

3Porthington,TbursdaysNovv: 24, ., : Morning prayer 11:00 tavern.

m. ,. EsIImd Commlssifia Meeting.The Evening prayer'7:80. S into my ;
'Dukes,.Thursday, Nov. 24, p. m. FftANCIS,A. Wau.n s." out ; : :

.:Brooker, Friday;Nor.25'a.. ., /' Railroad Commission 'give notice i

Lake Butler, Saturday,'Nor. 26. that they will hold a'meeting at Lakeland Clerk's Report. She :
If she :
s t Hampton: Monday, I oT. 28, a. m. ea. :vNorember 80th, 1910, at 10 REPORT of the Clerk of the Circuit Court In '

t. :Starke, Monday,NOT' 23, p. m. o'clock a. m., with the strawberry growers and Taxes for Bradford aaaeaaed county for the year,Florida 1910.O. .on accountof away :

Lawtey, Tuesday;N T.29, a. m. and officials i of the'Southern Express 1910. W.' 'ALDXRMAX,Tax Collector. a cash

,i-?,!,. ".,- Starke, Tuesday,Nor.. 29,, p. m. Go., to investigate the service given by COUNTY PBOFBB. ord'nary' ; : :
,,, 4' $alfoid, Wednesday, Nov- SO.fc said company in the movement of To bal due Co Proper Fund..._ 6168 (4 was a J i; i :
strawberries.All :
;4 Y0ry,; T Q8pOOtTt2liJTfo. To bal due Co Fani F fund_ 1291 AS let the !
w. Aioxsatait, persons interested are urged tote COUNTY ROAD AND BRIDGE. f :

,> 'Tax" Collector., present,at the meatiug.Dr. To bal due Po Bridge Fond--___ 9011 a she larf 1
COUNTY BUILDING. *match. ; '

in. Jsie G l la. .-J; O. Wills Wednesday morn To, bal due Co Building Fund.. 2583 fr} In' If ;
tug for Latfreus, 8. O., where he wat COUNTY SCHOOL. looked I '

}1. Died at her home, a mile southeast of gammoned AS a witness in an important To bal doe Co( School ncL. 18188 25 other

?Starke, Monday, November 7th, Mrs. personal injury suit against the Seaboard COUNTY EOLLS. I But It "
To bal due County Polls_ .._ 1290 00
i' ,Jane Griffis, after long illness.. Air Line railway. He will. return ""-- coin' to
) I (SEAL W. T. WEEKS.Clerk.By .
Mrs. Griffis who Jane
? was Mid home Saturday. First'
; B. A. WBg S.D.,C. :
Smith before hermarriage, was born in I Into the ; a
j Ii i Messrs. Nj.T. Eitcd, 0.. L.. Peek and
Jane lJ 18M and : like a
Georgia :came,to this I
i. A. .V.. Long, owners of automobiles, Glass Solvent. I
early Later she mighty
state at an age. was '
went,to Lake Butler Thursday to attend Hydrofluoric arid Is an acid com- In the ;
:married to Mr.. ,Manning Griffis and
; a meeting of the Bradford CountyAuto-. pound of hydrogen and flooring 'It engaged : :
moved'with:: Mm:to Cf county.: He
i mobile Association., Biding along with may be prepared by the action of sulphuric I front. : :
died about? Later the
twenty years ago. ?
1 them WereMeasra.T.: J.,.Dekle, J.. W acid upon cryolite in an appropriate said to
moved Bradford .
to county a
Morgan,'J. 8.. Cassle, O. M; Alvarez, 8. apparatus made of lead or "Rosy"
neighborhood where she bad: many relatives II. Spencer and W. Lake. platinum. It may thus be readily obtained cahoots
I in a Uquid form and 1s ''colo sooner :

f The deceased was!! a member: of the .' Friends here hare received' announce less. Its vapors exceedingly poisonous "Oh,

I Primitive Baptisf' burch and faithfully :ment..of'the' marriage of. Mr. Harold and the liquid itself even aald. t

I r discharged all her duties. such. She Allison Mattice and Mrs Katharine when mixed with more or less water, "Who

was much beloved by all who .knew herE Roger? Thome, which occurred in New causes severe swellings on the skin. "Why,

,and her death is much regretted. Of York, October 26th. Mr. Mattice livedin Great care must therefore be taken in Tour

immediate relatives she leaves to mourn Starke during his early -childhood. working with this acid. Hydrofluoric from

t her two sons Mr. Matthew Griffis, of Hit father founded< the Presbyterian acid dissolves glass, forming hydro- the kind

Starke, and Mr. M. W. Griffis. of Green church here and was its pastor for' several flnoslUcIc acid with Its silica; henceits think : I
use for making etchings There L
on glass.
Cove Springs clerk of
court oT Claycounty years. Exchange. at the :

and one daughter, Mrs. Elias For Sale. thinkln'. ; :

Moore, ot Starke. They Come Later. give : ;

The interment took place at Blue The Telegraph has for sale a scholar The Young Wife (showing her furniture i bounce,

Pond cemetery Tuesday forenom: Rev ship in Columbia College, Lake City. )-Here's the rocking chair for the was up :

I F. B. Johns conducting} the obs uleL Pupils intending to attend that institution parlor., Isn't it Just lovely? Mrs. Old- wasn't I ;

will do well to address this office. ley (rather critically)-But I don't see wasn't .

1 .Irs..l Barriel 'Sparkman. any rockers, dear. The Young Wife- didn't I

lalle}. Oli, they'll be here next month. You i -but I'd
Mrs. Harriet. Sparkman died at her
t Lawtey, Nov. 10.-Mr. and Mrs. J. E. see, the: are buying the chair on the Well,
home on Thompson street Tuesday
Brown and children spent Saturday and Installment plan, and we have paid looked
:afternoon, November 8th, at 3 o'clock, "
Sunday with relatives and friends at. for the rockers yet-Chicago News. -
the cauae of her death being a general BI hlan& store

failing attendant upon old age. I Well Settled. at the
Mr. and'MlL
W. F. Godwin were :
The maiden name of the deceased was Did under a
Biggs- your wife's father settle
shopping Jacksonville last Friday.
Miss Harriet Jones. She was born in anything_on you when you married drift
Mrs. Martha Williams and
Georgia; 84 years ago and came to Florida daughter, his daughter Briggs-You bet be did. yell an',

while it-was still a territory. In Miss Florence, retained this week from He settled himself on us, and we can't i. Not !: ;; 't'!
the St.JobngandOoklawaha
a pleasant trip on
1848 the:was married to.Jr;. NathanielSparkouttt get rid of hlnu-Boston Transcript the door ,
rivers. struck '
who had a large plantationnorth' .
; Miss MaymeLou Moore came up from I '
Fashion's Whirl. !
: of Crosby and Sampson lakes .5
Jacksonville and'Ipe ; Saturday and "How long'do' stay at goin' to
; we Jupiter '
Her h.s band fought in the Indian and eto'd&L'I
Sunday with her parents]sere. Junction JobnJ? I' ,
'Civil ,fears and, she bravely stood thehardships 'twenty: the ,
D. R;; Edwards, of Starke, spent .several minutes my dear. 'You .
to which she was exposed dnr- days here this week visiting friends won't bee over>two gowni"-Loni.*.. i

,'fag three stirring times. In 1869 .she and relatives. vOle,Courier-Journal. When I .
became a widow bt lived on> and man kinder !
Miss .Emma Pearoe came from,
aged toe plantation with the help of up '.Then if no beautl er of complexion "Hope
Williston and spent Saturday and Sun- I
some' pt her sons until the l&1iy,8Q9t, or form ot behavior like the. wish to to her,
with her .
day parents.E.
,when it was sold. For many yean past scatter Joy and not pain around, you. fftint ; 1
L. Crews.was transacting business '
Sfearkfl :; : < It
she hM made her home and, as '
in JactaonTille,the first of the week; Insurance after,
r- Gambling
; W.'L. Milteer; of the firm of Milteer, The Britisher's favorite gambling b few,days i
self,to all who knew her. She was a ::
Roberta&, Co., "1mi.-- ipn merchants insurance gambling. He will takeouts But one )(
consistent member of the Baptist church '
of New York City, is the guest of hissister policy againstanything, from the was her : :
lived true Christian life..
and a Mrs. G. T.'Pearce. death of the king to the loss of a horse kind o' :
The deceased is survived tiine children with !
race by a 'thoroughbred.Marina; in Bo ;
Miss Martha Dees, of Starke, was visiting -
six sons, Messrs. J. i. Sparkman, '
her sister, Mrs. Harry Dredap saranca'gambling by those who haveno 1!
of Starkej'N,N.Sparkman, ot Crystal last Sunday.A direct Interest m the safety'of'a says, a-
River' 8. W.. Sparkman, of Astor; R. ship or Its cargo grow into such abuses "Yes" } ,
H. parley came from Fairbanks
:;L. Aid R. :.M. Sparkman, of JacksonivillcjC.M. up that parUament' >Was compelled to passa >>

s ; Sparkman ,of, Plant City ,Tuesday to vote. drastic act to'prevent such gambling "He t
Election d&y'berewas very quiet'although on marine accidents and losses by tryln' to
{and: three .daughters, Mrs. C.B.Tillie: ,
much enthusiasm was centere lon those not otherwise concerned mighty
:|Waldo, and Mrs. T. F.-Mansell and t i
: the amendment clause by the ladies, y need a
'Mr .,W:;.H. Underbill, of Starke, as "I '
who were out in full force, working for Social Slights.
:well aa many grandchildren' and, great- home and country. There were 58 for "Mrs. Jangle says she can remember :. I ,

,grandchildren.; The late,Captain' J. M. and 37 rotes against the amendment. when'that fashionable Cumrox familydidn't enough
'Jones was her brother and she was the brother
know where the next meal was
Mrs Helen M. Hill and Mrs. 0.: L.
;;last of her family. coming"from." reckoned
Thomas are In Jacksonville this week
,The Interment took place at Prevatt "Well. replied Miss Cayenne, "it's when he"
attending the Eastern Star festivities. :
;cemetery, south .of Starke, Wednesday evident she didn't invite them to dine somepin'
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Braddock were she'd'
.. 'afternoon, Rev W. F. Malphura offlciattng. with her then so there's no reason
p /, A large procession of mourners visitors to Starke; today why they should invite her now.-" tried me to to t I
showed their esteem for the deceased byfollowing ietbodlst Church Directory. Washington Star. he.was

the remains to their last restIng But
Sun lay School 9:50 a. m. Audible Sleep.
Taco: All of her children) were as' the
Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. "Is Mrs. SChnorer in?" asked the
present at the funeral except Messrs. N. Epworth League 3:SO o'clock p. m. come

:N.. and 8.W. Sparkman who could not Prayer meeting E.Wednesday J. GATES ':30 Pastor.p. m. callers"Yes, ma'am1; answered the maid of was : 1
arrive here In time to attend it.
all work In the boarding house. "She'sat ;
MB W B IBM Mi nB under
in her '
present room.
",Are ?"
Property Changes Hands. 'you sure runnin'
"1" > ma'am. I overheard her
( 8. : just
C. P, Cason has lately bought of Gib Hundreds ol Starke Readers Know taking a nap." and a p

Hjlhngswort the cottage on West Call What It Means. she where

street occupied by him during many His Defense. '

yeah. Mr. Cason will have the ieddenOe The kidneys are overtaxed; "What defense," asked the grafter's sheriff."Enny
Have too much to do. ,
thoroughly repaired In the ,near wife "did you make when you faced Now,
They tell about it in many aches and : :
future, the investigating committee? men Is I 1
Gib Hoilingsworth bought of hisbntber pains "I vehemently called the man who Rosy I !

t W. H. Hoilingsworth, the cot.t Backache, rideachc, headache, bad brought the charges: a liar."-Chicago might as I
on Broadway street occupied ,by Early symptoms of kidney ills. Record-Herald. o' lead

Henry Mott. W. H. Hoilingsworth has Urinary troubles, diabetes, Bright'sdisease
: lumber follow.A Nothing is more disgraceful than insincerity. '
bought for the erection of a new ,
Starke Citizen tells here Cicero.
way to -
odttige on his lots on West Madison
sheet keep the kidneys welL War Humor. !

Mrs. W. M. Edwards, Madison Ave., One of the first fruits of the victoryat nered." :

Starke, Fla., says: "I was greatly ben. Waterloo was to cover the lords of He
tar Lead 01 lire Fends?. danger !:
efitted by Doan's Kidney Pill For England with honor* and decorations back >
1 I am pleased to be prepared to offer some time I was a victim of kidney and the people with taxes. Great distress a called ;

my easterners and friends the old'relia trouble, *nd, suffered intensely from' followed and riots were fre a

ble'Amertcxn wire fencing at a very low backache and pains through my kid"neys. quent. In the year! of the.reform bW a "And +

price, among other items' In the line of ; I had but little strength or en.. mob broke Into Downing street and says. : '

geifFal menh>vtdfee. Wire will be sold orgy and if I attempted to lift anythingmy approached UM entry th* fine

At car lot prices, call and see me before suffering became more severe I finally door of the foreign offlc, crying: at my |

.buying.. A; A.Haien, Brooker, Fla.BtfOit procured Doan's Kidney: Pills at. "Liberty' or deathr OM the ;

d 11.11-3t. the Starts Drug Ca, and they gave me The sentry lowered td* musket "Uj Qttt ;
teda said h* "1 know nothing about Wre&
great relief, in fact, helped me more
CLBrcb liberty;but if yon come a step tartbaTTO : pn>mls ;
Dlrcclcrj.Btmday :
than anything I had previously: used. .atuntrqto'"WIt death tor" I Cfcoldnt : "'

School 9:45 am.PreacMcglla.m.and7OOp.m. My back Is now much stronger, the There were -iron" soldiers 'aa wall initeaA a

pains have disappeared and my kidneys aVaa' "Irvo duav in tbpsa.tnwotea' rtf do : R

Payer mestinf, Wtt''e.d&7'1:00p.m. are normaL" ,I daya,.'and noiaor was a trifl grim and come-* : <

Sunday lnczsinsabjaa; An: esemy For sale by all dealers. PdMCOoeotxFoetefMUburn :jSmlfc';'Lbndon, Bpectator. >.. .'. -"*.. store' : t )

! :. Lath Lone this." Sunday venisgizibi' Oo,Buffalo, New Yerit;; t f
.. Jiat Y.11eeddDa Ida fallzieas" .All aN sole ajfentai for the UnitedlStatea.. ; '' 'Quick,Lunch Wcttrcsfr-How- do you away :
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Jlk.yoar>eggi. Hardtned Patton etofn :
/erfltlbL0. /. ; Remember the name eo:> Doan-.. ;

! .< : .Ethlrard ; Pa1E take B9 other. -In their teens!-Pock. a adtl>! _" .0- v"-i. ; !. .,... S tlff Brsd1 xr4 : r

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I'1. : Panama tJke-tne SenilDClca Mt'1OP1i1d t. *- ,f -
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f I V-- Bides I Furs alldlkkis
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i ; :V curious feature of, native life ID, Panay' "
"- ,, ,*'wr.1 rr t ejJr_ m,..IIUMMINCHAM- ,---- -.,f '" ., By M, QUAD, ::ma is the, ,cocknghtlng. .which,, like ) 'Highest market price psk L,, E :for' 2U years'or forlijft: !' .
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; II Associated bas ball ri the United States,1 is more Starke, Florida.,
: I copyriAit.:11o'byAtaerkan' : Pease by LIt- attractive to the public than any other;, '
:Association. : eTPreae.- .
1 form of recreation. Even the workmen WANTEDTo

.. ; ;. L. '" on the streets.have faTorlte blrcU
; A fanner's boy was!'driving'along a When Professor "Wabon took the tethered near by and-seize every opportunity : purchase for client 'a farm near8tatke i filE PRIIOENTMLS? _
j I road when, be,overhauled a man walking 'stage at Ellsworth to ride over to DlatoondTllle to test their 'prow ss.-- The Fix 'I'Must be improved and!

j t lathe. same direction. the Innkeeper liked his looks click-click' steel spurs as the :bIrds ready for: occupancy.

., "Have jwjlft: stranger and talk. He hadn't been In the, village I strike each other;:the spurting of blood GEORGE A. SMITH, '

: : '-1 f -Beckon,_P'will it ;you don't mind a'day when we all liked his loots and small,the wagers clamor seem of to men supply indulging the men-In P. O. Box 182, Starke. Fla. Very NEWEST IDEA in. LifeAt .Ins; :nce!

-' I How far rVn goin*F v : and talk. He-was a little, roly poly ; ,
j tal excitement,.that Spaniards, find In == ; :
;. : "Oh. 'm.fcoto! as far,as. Hobbsvffle' man' of fifty' and gave out that he was bullfights and that English ,speakingraces .Application for Tai Deed.
;' Xnebbe fartherX a professor of metaphysics s in a New derive from less brutal,"contests.. Notice la purer: that Melrose Manufacturing age of 30,- for $100.41 a year,d zbrourllife
; The man got up on the front seat England college. His age was about The backer of each gamecock stands Co. of TAX Certificate No. $8.37 month
: fifty and he carried a smile on his 155,dated the 4th day of .1008. has __ (a saying of a ) your famdywill rei'
: : With the boy, and the two jogged alozig, behind It. and It hIs bird shows'sIgns' filed said certificate in m Jinfl has made '
r face that would have polled ceive after your de fl$30.00! Every; .h for '
together. .There was a desultory"confrersation a crocus of exhaustion betakes It.-o!) and puts application for tax deed to Issue In accordance i
j : about"the state of.-the:crops out, of the ground a month ahead of its bill into lib mouth while/the hv with law.described Said property certificate.aitnated embraces in Bradford the following 20 years,. or $7,200.00 mall. ]H j T!

; :. '.When the boy urged his horse on. time. dates its eiliausted lungs. One gamecock -. county,Florida$O-wU: ... -_ ,...= 5: _. i\

: "Git up, Tom! I don't"nnt'tO be In Dlamohdvine lived the Widow In a fight witnessed by the writer east*A1I 560 except acres.wj of IIW'34.see, 15,tp 8.range 22 1' At a sligblly higher cost, the iQ i iwould

'' xidln' round here after dark IUi moo Steadman. She was forty years old appearing almost dead ..Wls.thUs. The said land being assessed at the date of the
icy to my pocket and holdups comto off and well 'off/ She was being courted revived, went back into,.the. pit! and issuance of such certificate in the name of E continne, for life. ; i-re
i I by the town constable who was an Rowe te McComb. Also Tax Certificate No. == > .
every: few.daya." finally killed Its opponent;National 168. dated the 1st dayof June 1908 baa filed I Ivitte
; The passenger smBed. "My boy; old bachelor It was said they 'were Mngaslue. Bald certificate in my offle and has made application .
engaged but the arrival of the for tax deed to issue: in accordance with X9UR'Age aii'l .
very for Rates :
'f 'don't want to take up strange people law. Said certificate embraces th following \ at I arn How
k tor.trayellnCOmzflntonaan&teItemyours nice professor wrought a change. In What Is an Element? described property situated in BJ adtord county.Yloridatowit E= YOU can Provide an, Absolute Guarant: d Income
: ,fund > : a week he-bad made her acquaintanceand In his little book culled "The Ele- : for '
l tboutson.-.HciR"d'y' Your ,
got ; Family. j j
; } KwJi of nwVseo.! 8.range!22! e,40 acres : '
: know;bnC Firi s mod'myself '* was calling on her. In a fortnight monts" Sir William A. Tiiden definesan The said land being asseaaed at the date of the == :
j Toa; aloft nO {q tpad.I .",' the nose'vpf-the town constable element asa substance from Issuance of such certificate in the name of ==
:Melroee Manufacturing. Unions said certificates E. P. DUNCAN SpeciilAgentSTARKEl [
: : The Jpassengeir'tumed; ; and,surveyedthe was 'out jof. joint. The: professor appeared >>- which by the operation of ordinary; shall be redeemed according to law. : ;

/ boy) ,Hq.:'might; hare" been';any.vhere to be In the beet of:health, but chemical processes only one ,kind of. tax deed win issue thereon on E
f : >::JJetween jMghteeaand] twenty- be claimed that metaphysics had bro- matter can be obtained. This is somethIng THE 21ST DAY OF NOVEMBER A.D.1910, FLORIDA, i
ken him down and that he had come from the four elements Wlf ness my official signature and seal this I !!
different -
.z. five, but his companlbn noticing that -- quite the 18th day of October,A.D.1910. :
he bad'no'beard,.sunnlaed that t11e1 w. to the'vfllage'for. : -- of Aristotle-fire, water; earth (SEAL) W. T. WEBBS, I

er figure.was nearer the truth The constable was called" stupid as an and ah-or the'salt. sulphur andmer- ClTcCTt By B.CTt A.Bradford WEEKS.Co D..Fla.C. 1 w ,

; "Yo fre.d gI&Z, !)o, ',be"A:13-: "I atD"t officer good'hearted bnt 'stupid." :We cury of the alchemists. Even in modern -----. a' rr I I s"hk -

; no footpad,"put::Tis; worss.'n a'.foot hadn't sized him up correctly as to times the conception: of what an '- -

; pad.. Tre"had several scraps with people the stupid part. As soon as be element really is has changed somewhat r ,, '.', .., '. ._. ;'", ,.. .... ,
l hereabout, ,and the/sheriff would discovered that he-was being, thrown Sir William adds: "Until quite, .

j ; give you $S.OO( If'you cduld bind'me.f"Toa" down he began to':,study the professor. i recently the-elements of the Inorganic

1 I don't:mean ;iti. Who :mought He wrote'to half a dozen col- I world were supposed tc- be fixed Immutable pecial cFfltis frr1 1: ,
: : you be?" leges and wcs told that they had never with the lapse of ages or under -. ;
''' forces concerned In the ; .. .
"rm Skinner'' heard of.the man. By accident he the mighty ;; i *

"Jack.Sktancr :aft"JdUed. Ben A* got,:hold bfa',: paper'that put him on making of worlds. But within a few .. During the Holidays you will doubtleSs '
; drews and Bill Harrison and Andy Par- the right trail. He went up to the years we bare learned that the atomsat : ,

: )tier!" city and had a talk with the police. least are continually .crumbling use Imported Cordials, Cognac, ,and J i .

: Skinner noticed that the boy spoke One. June day the stage from the away. It is impossible to say .whether j

--- the last name with some emotion. railroad rolled In, and its cargo consisted all may not be suffering a slow waste

"What was Parker to you?" he ask- of -eleven women:;' They might which In the long run may lead backto LIQUORS j.

ed quickly.. have been said,to be of all ages sexes the primal chaos." ;

; "Qh I only knowed him; that's all..What and colors. As the vehicle halted at ..

made you kill him!" ... the inn' Professor Watson sat on the When the Plague Raged.Sir Offer No. 1 Offer No. 2, 'I
: ,
"I? was. kind o' upset that day. 1 veranda.. He was put under arrest bya Walter Besant in one of his

I "-. wanted him to drink with me-and bo detective and the constable as he I books says of the author of "Robinson I Express Paid )"jcpressPaldS1O.OO
Crusoe" "Journal of the ;
wouldn't. Parker wasn't much of a sat, but he got on his feet and raised and Plapue 1
mai' .. "De Foe was born In the year 1CC1. $15.00 '
anywayi: his hat eleven different times to the
"Did y' ever see his wife? eleven females. Some cried out at His father lived in Cripplegate. where
"Xo. Is she lookto' r' as we know he had a shop. The ,
a good woman sight of him some smiled and some "1
: "You bet! She tnk on bad when youkilled shed tears. After replacing his hat child therefore was,four years of age 12 bat. Fines! Imported Goods. 1 bsi Skits SealIfcailnraES. Cl, pgs&
-- "
in the plague A child of four
Andy.- the professor shook hands with the
.t peered that and I heered she said eleven, beginning at the head of the observes a great ,deal and may remember 1 qL Cbanpagas, jour ,chalet, PiptrHeuhisek : : ''- 3

febefrras: goto to kill me for killto' line and saying: a great deal De Foe says: 'When Hjraa'i: or White f at : 1- .
bought a joint.of meat be :
any one
her husband. "My dear your name Is Hannah if .
; .; ef Mrs. Parker said would not take it out of the butcher's 1 bot.laiutti Curies tboLIrsmsdsUa5a. ;: '.
"Waal, that y"dbetter1 I remember and/'though your;; call is C or !
hand off the him- );
** but took it hooks
"Oh keep wimmto outer her Tray. unexpected" you are nevertheless wel- self. On the other band the butcher I : 1,bot.f ,Crtni ds Bealfcs,cr Cnos ds Cocas Ibei vat Ca'
: always talk that way come. '
Rhea they git a grudge Then he took up the case of Jane, would not touch the money but put'it 1 bet DOB. Carlos Port 1 hi. ant -
into fuR of which he Ca9x s r
a pot vinegar ,
,, "But I heered Mrs. Parker has beenpracticto' Betsy Mary and so on! Every'Tro- '
kept for the This must sure* I. .Doa Carlos Sforrj.
and has got to be a mighty man there was his wife,'and a wife he .w' : ,
ly have been seen by the child and 1 tei. SI.' '
aaa IiCia sr Gntz
Rulck shot"'tat's had abandoned. ,' 'and yet :'he, carried, I bet.'i&"ia! Frtici'.Ten&oaiL X" "
remembered. It happened .to his father's or /
1 .
all right She won't do noth- that smile and his nerve.right through '

' J ln. |A woman never does. It's all talk It. He was taken to jail,and the jailer L'i bon before his eyes." .11I1at. _eHier Jc>>r Pus,Trey rs,_ 1 bat Crest. C't" fe IiisdLi : '

!.with 'ecL They.afa"t#aUt..that. way. ."- JI&'of.the.dcEst,men:he' I F. rt :

"WGat__'i- s....r.:.r., ;tla" -asuig.-- -- ever' ,meL._-officers-had a,-easeagalnst -' 10 : elatk label .! Rsriltad, ". : bi Bati_: Hdj P6si Mi fiat!.
'- kq :' .
payta any one thatTl land y'. him blgger'n a "house. H ;had 1 bsi Loodoa Deck Jiaacla Rare.a r. :
lDJ. .
'Atoty?worth armUctf,ddt -"eitfitl1YeTt practiced: 4t- blgamy ;for''teeatj. ;tea.lie H2fL (hi.lap ClInt..
\ "Re k onT 'r tfeTISklinner. "looking'sid had married girls, spinsters, widows" ; 1 iol.1 la?..Rifcwfe. C writer Jiofjni. :7 ... .

} at the boy uneasily., Whit put and,Old wome 2. One of the Tie- 1 bot..T tars Cogpu '," 1 L L Ir t lr elf.
) u ', :
,. ; '
that :
into your curly beady U lima was slkiy-fiTe: years old. He had i '

t"W. aI. I thort,that ef Mrs. Parker'. got money from some of them, but Itdidn't 'ti ) kVTJZ1! 1 1 "'. Dilirs. or 6'salifel Intel t ltet, Isbr; II' g! 4 fsb ,

: fcoln'to kill y*.,she'd git ffIr' seem ea if that was .his motive. 1As'he % dL ,
v"Tnl.. 9i. r, '.'
the children' made orphans of. explained It: I : ra ,i 'f7'- ;; -

Sklcner was' purxled :at-this-- ,.gr -w- *.T7hy; ,I Just fell In love, and she ..j. Send for complete price liSt [''r'. ,

worae'rem rk,;eointogx.from a country: fell In, love and we were married j .t ,

1>> y. lie turned Vand looked hla(eom- Really, I didn't know I bad married so OffIC1 CHAS. B.LlrMfIOMP: : ; ANY;:
$ani overscrattnLctogly.. Satisfied many. J -, .j'J : .

i: that.the lad Was very simple, be dis- And when the women were asked to :517-51 We&lay Street,- Long Distance Phone.188, :';Jc ' ..
onissed,the matter from his mind. explain they answered: ; | '= z ,
"Reckon," said ,the boy, "I'll, water "Why he's nice '
,: such a very, very Order Early to ''insure' lrocnpt Dellycury :1 1
'the Boise: at this trough. Wh a. Tome man that we i couldn't help It. He'sJust i
!And,,trailing up.'he got down,' unloosed too sweet .. .... ,," -, , __ -, : .. ,
: for anything. J J c : : : ""' :" -- : :- :: : ,-':: ---- : '- -: -- :- --;," : : :' ; ;. ', "',,' '"'C- .-- "_
,. the check rein and let the animal And, would- you believe it,the Widow i, : .::
; drink Skinner caught sight of some- Steadman who would have made the .
thing on,the other. side of the road'knd twelfth was the first one to send him: 1 I t fi !':

,. half turned. Suddenly he was brought> a bouquet andher: sympathies after he MEDIGINA', L W'H'IS K'IES
to his surroundings by hearing rwoclicks. had been locked up! | j

r As he turned his right hind The.professor hadn't gone far afield. ,; .. : 'T"t ; i. : 1 / -- 4. ;' -
f' flew to his hip. He was too late. The, He had done all his marrying within a We Want '
(l : boy was standing:;facing him, eo e. radius of 200 :miles He had made a to Sell You ,','

.. Ing him with-a pair of revolvers. nice, kind husband while It lasted. He

"Hands,up?' had painted kitchen floors, washed I 2iloLYa.
I '"That'er game Is It?" said Skto- dishes and whitewashed cellars. Tea THE GLENDALE CONZANYSf6.

". nero **YOQpd. you ,want; to the officers thought they had him deadto t -

\ ." :! ." money offered: for ,me" He rights but they soon learned to the M1Ual;$, Pcop. $ : 4 '

.:. move .to put BP. his,hands.-makithe: contrary. Only one woman out of the JACKSONVILLE, FLA. CHATTANOOQA: TENN.E. .-
3 :: .went:crastiinf through the eleven was willing to swear againstthe
. : hand;that was.eager',to sp man. The county had the whole 13 to 21 S. Laura St. 3 a ;,Ninth stalendale's -

;. revolver:; :He writhed with gang on its hands to lodge and board. ,i ; '

),_ Ire but with Us best hand disabled The wife who was willing to do it RbSStS MOUNTAIN DEW I' ,
Bared make no move. : was an old maid and so bony and WHISKEY Is a pure' Famous 6Jandale's een ,JJe-
"Hands upP the boy again said homely as to excite general remark. ttnaght com whitky, Riff "Pride of Maryland"EXPRESS -A Whiskey Tour Physit sait Will Not, Hoitato toGlendales
e calmly."Here. For a time sh was fierce to send the aged, full.strength ,sad standard Prfe.:

:: you little devil" said Skinner, little man to a place where the dogs pnoL If you like com whisQ'youwiD&odthiatbebeatyou PREPAID Eri S.S .
let up on this, and Fll make it worth couldn't bite him. None of the ten I
ever 4 Full Quarts --$2.85 4 Full Qoarti_ ...___ ____.., S soo.
,, your whOe. You cant expect to land others would speak to her. She was ------------------------- + +
i It is
tried a splendid whiskey for 8 Full Quarts Fall Qaarta.___. __: ....__ __ "
sent for the t ------------------- 9.30
by When she
Tom Skinner""I've professor. 3 fial ---- ---- ego
m" purposes, -because it is U Foil Quarts. 12 Pall Quarts.: __ I .go
had determined ----------------- -
arrived at the d
landed you already, Tom SkIn- jail ] ...
absolutely pure. and has a patatiiUe .
2. nero and you're ,doomed. Pm goto to that his cajolery should not move her. fvntmf -. .
::- ;...:o. kill you, not for the money offered for he held out his arms to her and said: I ROSE'S taste and WINKLES .I'' .-
.' .....L "Birdie, cant find In RYE WHISKEY Celebrated
it Qlendale's
,. ; : ;you but to revenge Andy. you your b a blend of straight whiskies, Celebrated -
t".c "You his kid?" heart to do it. Ton are too noble and That pure I "GREEN RIBBON" PRIVATE' '
't is. plainly stated on the labeL ,STOCK ,CORN
;' "His wifer generous. If I hadnt seen the nobility Not one drop e/imjwritr '
: .. or cheapening / las laiskr< that Badi IS Ftaiu EXPRESS PAID.
n When looks who of your character In your face I should substaI- It is REAL PAID
a man at a woman pes. whiskey EXPRESS Pull Quarts,
i holds his life in her hands he usually never have trusted my 'happiness In act a weak, watery wocuet.* 4 Full Quarts _____ ------- --------------$3.20 8 J'uJ1 Aasomt.---t----------$3.00

; expects to see Tom Skinner your keeping. > U TOO. ere not wWS WKAT WCUfUlW 8 Full Quarts___________________---------- 6.00 5.75 0
mercy. She believed him and fell on his after. trial, ship back at our cheese 18 Full Quarts___________ 9.OO This has { '-
the two ---- ------------- whiskey 1 for :
: f looked into eyes of Mrs. Par what remains and will be 9 u quality parity
shoulder and wept. When the trial your mooey medicinal the marketat
Is the highest elat pare whiskey on .
,; ; ker and saw no more mercy there thai was at last called not one of the eleven iastKtthr ftfU ded. Use as muchnecessary as 80 tents aqi: rt.qiendale's aztlprio'i
:.. : ', to the two barkers she held In her to test the coeds.: .
was complainant When put on the
! i r han:!. For the first time In his life he
stand as witnesses they were no good.
,'" .whlt ned.. '" .. They perjured themselves and they EXPRESS 'iE GALLON Famous
Glen 1e
: "I've been followhV yon all day she 'REPAID Malt
a.ea"iost1eaovereselOAtL .
. wriggled and twisted and made all RACE KING RYEWe
,; f _: '-6." COb _
said. "I waited till -I got. you on a aota'aOl '
; sorts of excuses: fcr the man. and the EXP '&PAID
:. stretch of road here there wamtHkely Jury had to strain a point to convict IX wM ,will send you EXPRESS PAID- ,.. ;

',. ', '.k tobe sly lone'{o'o'1ntertere with him. He got a seateiq? of three years '. c'Y" 4 FnllOnarta! -__-..__.-..-------r$4.OO :11 :.-_---_.$. '
,.- the little tore letters I'm goto to send 8 Full Quarts----------- ------------ 7.76 ,4Pa11E--
, and before being taken to.: prison he, 1. f1;
f Full _ 11.00
** 12 Quarts ---- I 4FL& .
yon: had Interviews with the eleven In sac I _ _- .
.. It la. Koneriorta every way to hundreds of brandi of Bya 1
; "Ain't ;you coin to run me In fortriair -cession and to each one he said: ,. YUU w1ll ,topq lUGaquarUOI''. ttis- pure s&ton: -id nwlloir.Wo ,
." RNLRo'seCaI : : f
'i "Never mind, darling. Three years ,
",. "So- .. will noon pass away, and then we will I i 7 11yittsta.,..' '
', hare been in business 25 years sellinz direct to the '
h. guarantee
s sariLearI cr &
she tried to shoot the ; iieDiy 'zOa
But man be with each other ap.mto part nevermore. .
_Our terms are trickly,Caah. Money or odder must be
vpr'ese lent with
-',, JeqUe : 0r\J'Sr.\ Ow Zeta s
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town in,cold, blood her woman's nature All orders comJ -
order catalogue; will be sent on request: _abipped anme day when rq1vecL j,
';' revolted.' She marched him Into And the constable didnt marry the order ronto1OU 0Gr_
;.. 1 fa'.t by leading us an : -
,. .
,- wasnt ;; .. ;; t .
r ; the village near by, and when some of Widow Steaoman. She said he < *'i

}..i te men there cav'what she had tone even a BtOe.bit nice and that It was ,

1..,': they relieved.her of\the necessity.of none of fete business. how many wives GLN.DALCOM'1Ny _
0'"'}.""' ,. SkUmert nmrtercui ca- the TOT.Tery nice Prpfewor Watson H351'I JACKSONVILLE, >FLA "The hems ol.Aledlelec.l.wtIIAt Iq n ', ;
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: iik'atory'weirfcidinf-'r: 't specs cf thr o hnndrtrd.ytararao t -,.. ', ,_' ..:. .
out witches was well : ;
list ness off finding !
generation is about the "umbrellay :
'We." An3D. estabUsbedaad accepted in courts of j : School. .
; was charged with itealing ; '
an'.umbrella,and a number of wit- : : CORNERS law as highly proper. lD't84D1tls-te'' : Scbtiol of,Ex- y
rneases a went Into tbe corded :'tbat 'the msslxiraliwt'of. Newcastle :; Om1 8; Flret-- _
boy to-testify! to wfi -
. toe offens1ie counsel for the'defeadant ." England sent tu Scotland :for. v.hq ; -T\iittMt free,: t. a
Bv M. QUAD an expert witch finder. .This gifted 0 : & ad- '
,. tied:an umbrella Doted'tbat Ncb'wttnf"'S! car person proceeded to show,Ms skill by .: i :
tbe time of
( star wasrfaldsummer. Copyright 1810. by 'Ap!ociated! LIt- ;
fifteen witches and securing .. ,..
discovering ::I .
, which explains. the neces- ers ryHarmouy pl'f'U. :-1 --- IJ :-:
Pity for these impediments). As a matter their 'conviction; One Matthew 1-I ;; z.

.',. of Jaet..,tbe prisoner bad no defense consisted of Hopkins ,was celebrated- witch finder,) J ; : ;: >
: ; a
: : : discover :
to make. The barrister, thrown on his3frtts of that period. It was easy to -
,. +I store a poKtoOk-p and a blacksmith witches when you knew how. The ins--1 .' .
l ; "Gentlemen) of the ; : 'JI .
\ .Schlff .
shop: tbe
Jury, did you not notice that; each of Moses. run N store pected person could be'forced to weep t ,. '
;. the witnesses carried an'umbrella into Jacob Schlff the, postomt-e and Peter and then detected by the well known 1 ;" ,
t' the box? Why is this gentlemen? It Schlff tbe blacksralt shop. Then there fact that a witch could'shed only three'! ..tih t \

li done in order to infect your minds was Philetus Scbiff. Aaron Scblff. Adin- tears and those from the':left:.eye. or .

;. : With the.idea of an umbrella,'to prejuQce iron Schlff, Good rari Schlff. Thurs she could be pricked with pins to discover I i'i.J .. r
< the prisoner fn 7oQr.ereS to raise darSehltf"Godfear Schlff and Elijah the soot Insensible to pain;'which"was i J -

Ja raise Issue* and appeal to you to Scblff- all farmers within a radius of a sure, sign of dealings thtb- !* :: ri .
Signify your detestation of this -c u- two miles' Each Schiff bps related tc devIL That women were far more", i
sorted action by bringing' in verdict aUthe otheriSchlffs' plood or mar likely to dabble In witchcraft than ; 1i

tit not guilty." .Tae, Judge lutgined -, riage. It was a settlement. of Scbiffs men was conceded The reason was 1 i ::
alone and bud been /of fifty years. THE CA 7E T E .
little famous
that attention would be satisfactorily explained by Au scc'rr wrLy I
paid} to such a plea took little time and No It g 'nwere'alJQw:. d to butt in. German text book on idtches published aVN/TLD-STATt ; Y

less pains 'to sum up tbe case. TIle Old Mosea"Who ran.the store with In the fifteenth century. It was situ ... : :: !; i ... T
the help of a son; was the patriarch of
)ary nevertheless-brought in verdictip ply that women were inherently wicked I
accordance with the/ esontcef the flock, ''Be was adviser,,judge: andiut7.In whereas men naturally incllnnl; to : : t :.

rister's wtabea.LondNews.. .4. aU. matters. Tb re bad never goodness. ,; '
h been.18. for, the lawyers In that :
. I ..
h""" ----. ,! community. If there was a disagreement'it t
"' 'Hot Air. Th. Coyote. I I
.,11'be; sirocco.blows,hot from tbe highIjtnds '- was taken to Moses. He said! The coyote Is the little .brother of the -
I of north Afrlea.and tails on tbeMediterranean do this or do that and It was done. Indian. When the buffalo vanished 1 ; i : }iIII

aa ,far as Malta. TbeWLlano People, said that Harmony Cornerswas from the plains the Indian}: shot bU -.t. Colic, .1. i ;'F.
Jumps like a windy fireball a living, breathing example of the rifle Into the air wrapped'his blanket troubles i.t.

from the beat: of tbe Sabara desertsOd morality and unselfishness of human closer about him and came Into the lieved with ) -

lands .flatfooted In Spain. TIle nature. reservation to grow fat and unplctur- .
After all that half century of I '. ,r
barmattan blows hot Sahara dust farSato peace esque sunder federal auspices. When ? \
industry and good will Godfear Schlffwas : ( } i
nos'ebleedmakes rabbit and cottontail
the Atlantic and gives the Jack molly i 0, .
.D4 skin and lips parch and I I the one to produce discord. It vanish from the plains and foothills pm ; Itil
another that there's nothing
track, while furniture and ship timbers was proof the howl of the last coyote will sluk This famous remedy i ; i
In that
It was seldom
a name. anything
> groan and crack and scream in Into silence beyond the great divide. cure pain both I i ..
called Scbiff from home
tin agony of droughty despair. The away Until that far day arrives however ternal. ,
but an occasion Godfear had to- -
knasmln, blows. Sahara's ancient dust hang the bacon high, for while tbe rabbit I
make a Journey to Pittsburg. eighty
JntOi Egyptian fifty days.Tbpamperos remains tbe most skillful four )
eyes every miles way. It was a serious event. \
legged forager the 'world ever knew '
blow down
It called for serious talk and many
into Buenos Aires out, of the unei? 1 1j 1! prayei-s. He might return alive but will bay at the moon by night and Just I
desert highlands of Brazil and I keep out of rifle range by day. The .
plored j ,
the chances were very much against 4
the 'blowing'causes suicides and mur- II It. His will I had been made for years coyote knows. more about" traps than a Ji Davis : I T
'ders to be more and wounds Canadian 'voyng ur. Is an expert on
common and he read It over. ,fed the cows Bud .
to break' out afresh, with a heavy' departed. strychnine and never falls for the

death rate. Pamperos pass away in : Godfear reached tbe Smoky City deadfall. He Is rather fond of lambs I
I and calves but rabbits are tbe oatmeal .
a second ,leaving, the air fine.-Ex right end up. much to his astonish. '
change. ment. He saw bouses and stores and of this phantom highlander, and, ,
as "Diamond Field" Jack Davis would ...
factories. He saw a sewing machine! :

.. -.-Th. Bulldog. in a show window, and as he stood say. "where two or three of these are AGAINST
I The ,bn1Ido;, unlike the majority of looking at It a "barker" pulled him In gathered together there you will find

dogs,"-den seldom b rkL In fact owing and the merits of the, machine were .! the coyote seeking to stow one of them ,

':to',, of. his throat explained. He thought well of It. I Into his midst.-Philadelphia Telegraph. -

Ills attempt at.-Dtrklcg are jnore,like. There were seven children In his family .
a burlesque of the real thing. He and much 'sewing to do. Not a !
wades into a fight, without any vocal Schlff bad a tabor saving machine of When Burglar Calls at Night. H. C. : v-
"If breaks into bouse
a burglar your
warning:.;and.the only aoun4:be.emits any sort not even n corn shelter or an said ijhe
at night! don't try to corner him ,
2a..bJoJ-ba ;AftathIDc.His courage apple parer. As their grandfather
old headquarters policeman. "If tbe i- *
an l
'Is astonishing and tbe largeness of his had lived so were they living. God- Ceneral : .
opponent never .acts as a deterrent fear was In town three days. He call visitor awakens you make noise .... .

i1 tt .aiaFWlfSvrlmtpinep S pu'as ed,to inspect that sewing machine_ six enough to scare him away. but don't full

gJ.i UPnJIsoJ; !. dgg.:btf et1 different, times .At Jast be,drew: along go after him with a gun. Ten to onebe'li I represent none but \ I
rarefy indulges'in, street brawls and. breath and decided to take tbe 'get yon before,you can bit him. companies and will be ; ; '

tattfalot 5hIfl2dltYet %( | Mir /,1dm. tz..t, ,.v., of goods than your life. I'm giving it antee courteous o|es

l h u 5>dernf.bplido Is tldou1tedlyt9 .. ,..The 8chln5::\*evr.dealt.witb ped- to yon 'straight. The average man. A well written policy |Id :
+Ilt'l o antmaJ'frota his troiiTh Ben( norigenuCv: The'verg'same machine I waked up In tbe middle of the night; agent in a first-class

a 6tm"g dr''esZeties cwst:consplcu-, could -bare teen booght(at God- always badly frightened hasn't a times means.,much in .our .
ous'ppgr gta"rtq ee4 ;the fear/a .OdJ stcrdayIa! the'week. chance against tbe man with nerve i I

present day "fancV* are .largeoeu of l. Moses sat otfithat,jmachiDe. in a JndWc4 enough to break into an occupied H, C, ,RICHARD .

hMAJ, 4vJidthfcoest.YheTlaess of captdttjJ1)e.ti..ttaqd then decided Louse. Every burglar Is a potential : i -

bone anl;nw : that ,pt)nest::-be, given up. It I I murderer and will shoot to kill if. yon' '1:* ''i -j2-J2Liii! !

_" _. _..--, ..... w.s witchcraft;.it Seas mn, novation: try to catch him.: And why not? He's i

.. ,:Why-thi.jj.. Plttased .." # It 'would brtilVp'lb4rl; '|prevaUing got a big., long term In prison staring 1""I% N. i :
'"Do you Bean toutfli;: mta drat::.yo0aetuallyovereame'tbet'Ocieot harmony otthcntonyCorners.,, :: God i him In the face, if he's nabbed., and i a, rt : 1 1

;: fntips\. fear bucked4,,:Tbe.Invention-bad! beer :I i he'll take a chance on murder every u

thy otrjr gtiledostl rtthlsafterttooor' said hiswife's I In! a dayVtijan/hisvfife/ .,could do by I'!I of such gentry to tbe 'cops.' They're nt :t '
; uI vsjtetib r pt \
,husband.Thtfs 1 Band mja-we; ; >i4, ,'fbere.,was' no odor,paid to be shot at; you 'ain't."-Kansas seeda. FrtTl'e ; i .j
'- .About the"ales'of if replied of'brlmatnae; about'Jt! bay City Star. bemoat they .
ber. I Jnisband'i' wtfei"And1 :' or,::'oataAM:'.OCC11&{& .ut';,a),small rkUWFefrr inn d aara' : e. .. .
.Soms of the.other Scblffs.'andpartlcnlarly.'thVwlves. -
,tU was glad to ace,.your ". jjptCe.' The Norr+tans. harbeat .tandanl of
'There isn't' any:doutit about It" '. backed hlm up. The Normans were Northmen or. to yet attuned. For t -.5,

"Wb do' Jon tbralr'thatr"Well Of course tbe'Dew: *' that GocUenr.8d11r' be more precise. the descendants rof arm. had "broken out" passed Northmen, who had been expelled
I had on that old dress ,. J was I Free an rcc '
worn;three swwpns"and. a hat that Is' around the country;'and tbe Immediate.result l. .' from their native Norway in consequence -

'entitled' to.a:prominent p1a .In.some I 1 was to bring a swarm of f of an effort on their pan ''to asinaa.I "

museum.,for,.antiquities,:1bUe.abe. had 1 sewing machine agents down, on tbe :I; subvert Its institutions and to make
Schist .tribe. They had sewing machines its lands hereditary instead of being f
from Oh,
on ,a new, gown. & 1!, i
tickled death. that Would' tuck. hem. rne. divisible among all tbe sons of the '
yea. I'm sure-she was to \
figuratively speaking, when I called braid, embroider, pntl' on button ;I former owner. A band of ex pa tr hi ted_ -- -, ; ', 't

Chicago' News.A .. rock tbe baby, churn tbe butter outlaws and robbers they won and : I.
feed tbe bens sort over.potatoes, build held the fair province of northern COFFINS, .p

the fire and all that and they came France,, which they named Normandy, 'i :-
Sample of Suggestion. I And a Full
A popular comedian and playwrightwas and talked and talked. Then tbe tin ''. after their native land. Wben they j f

praising the humorous value or peddlers and parlor organ men came. Invaded England they were Frenchmen Undertakers' .
Moses Schlff saw the cloud no bigger only In the sense that they had
suggestions.* than a man's band and be called a lived for some generations on Frenchsoil. .Always on hand. ; :
? to thing.
funnier a
lt Is suggest
t,* gathering of his clan. He was heeled In blood they belonged to the vice at the lowest : ,!.!
he said. "than to say It oat Playwrights -
should remember this. .Suggestion. ; with statistics to prove bow greatly great Germanic breed along with the attention to heet .

,. pregnant suggestion.. is what those inventions of Satan had increased Anglo-S uou Danes and other Scandinavian ; rge 'II-I a
" makes really funny the little boy's remark tbe wickedness of the world. Thousands and German peoples.-New Registered $ed '

to his father: of murders burglaries horse York American. jxit;id, "

.M Pa, It you help me with my arltn- thefts elopements and so on could be G. C. LIVIN !: )and
directly traced to them. Did they She Was Silent.A .
metlc lesson tonight Til tell you wheie Why i :
ma hid, your' trousers?"-New York want to ,find themselves on the gallows very silent old woman was once II: Starke, II I qna. "
Sun. ? Did they want to know that asked why it was she bad so little to *- *
their children were la state prison? say. She replied that when she was ,

The "Best Girl" Habit In fact did they sigh to meet Satan .a young girl !'bet"as very III and could it(ed. ,_ .

"Why," asked ber anxious aIM d exclt face to'face and be caught up and sent not talk for a long lime whereupon R. F. : nt r2

ed mother "do you think be It coming down to tbe hot place by rapid transit? sbe made a vow that if speech were c I ,' r

,' to the point at last!". If they bought parlor. organs and given her once more she-would never Civil and. f t' *'.:.-'t::

"Well." tbe maiden replied, looking I sewing machines what 'next? Why, again say. anything unkind of any OLD TOW gt. : '. -+
demurely down at the rug. "when be brass bedsteads chinaware: furs. new body. And thus she was as they found ) I :

took me In his arms and kissed me last bats corn shelters, carpets and stuffed her.-Exchange. Twenty years' ; '

night; he said bed got so used to me chairs would be sure to follow and "t II '
be dldnt believe he could ever break then farewell to tbe harmony of Harmony The Soft Question. Contracting Concrete !!!:

himself of the habit" Corners. With tearsin bis Mrs. Nilwt d. Sr. (to son after family road Work Il p
eyes be besought and wrestled but a jan-Dou't forget son. that "a soft Florida Land Lines ;: ; M
Fellow Professionals.' number of the Schiffs bad got startedon answer turneth away wrath." Mr. I.'

Phrenologist (to fellow passenger the downward road and wouldn't Nuwed. Jr.-Well. 1 know a soft question ity. .

Excuse me, but am I right In taking hold up. It was only four days after of mine brought a lot of It on DR. N. W. t ,'. '

yon for a professional IDD.Dt Fellow the meeting that one of them bought me.-Smart Set. :N'' "

iassenger- Yes sir Phrenologist an egg bt'attor'aDd tbe click of the General Surgery t
TbankH! It's not often that I make a spoon against tbe bowl would be beardn Generous. te
mistake In judging my fellow men. his family no more. Then came a Tattered' Terry-There goes a kind Office Hours, 10 to \

Er-lawyer? Fellow Passenger-No, dollar alarm clock and this! was followed man. The last time I went to- him I Mrs.Kate Powell,liktren -1- \ .
sir; barber. .v, : .1 by a set of cane seated chain. dWnthave; a'cent and' be gave m'e all :.' ,c.. ; r '
Satan bad got his grip. be'could. Weary Walter-What 'was Office on .' t

The Main Poiit1 In one year from that visit of (;04- that? Tattered Terry' -Thirty days.Prick. .- Starke, : ; 'nt' "b,:: ,, t i

-" am glad to say that I bear no manTrudge. : fats to Pittsburg the leaven was, :.Ant : s ,-

j4 ." .. r' I Ij working overtime. The Sebiffs were ; t ': I
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"But tbe point Is this: Are you of sufflclent at odds; they were bringing lawsuits Vain Mathematics. ,tailor DR. LEROY W. + '. :..,. F.t'
.Absentmlnded Professor-MI' J .ls+
Importance to make any manpte gainst each other; they were puffing 'a s, oft
1 bas put one button too "many .4. '
whether yon bear him a grudge or downIngrain carpets in then parlors: >
Vest t'must cut -Thafo tb> ty. : jBJUg4"!' '
tr Record Herald. churns the
n -Chicago they were buying patent !; ===== D en
Now there's buttonhojd >too .m D1. ,
r BBBBlMBBBBBRHSMBIM BBBlBBBBSBBSBiBB) men no longer went to church bare _. .,if" A4
I Th Other Things. footed and in their shirt sleeves. ;OM .Whafa the use arithmetteT-rSourire.. ,

.:' f&emember.' boy there are other Moses. called another gathering and' +'J ..1,, ,.. rt Edwards. BIdg.- .: .
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things worth;college besides thfeat andlbUfdozed, but theory-: ,;. ; '1 t '" t.-, : : p.L'.. g
; Prosperous Publisher-D<> oowritebafoEe .. :U ,1- '.
athletics.- :: Jt VJfrfl ;dgnsheagot started and tbe only>r I- "'"' : ;
;:; know. TIle mandolin and glee way out for him was to commit-vai-- :pr;;:a tee:1-latingt. poet,t'tatt ) ''I I'I rainCLUtt. : ?
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ielQba aren't half bad." Louisville jride. Two years later half of Bar '.; Atwayt'... Detorq mtteas'. 'l.. ..,.".., ,",I"m.i. ',..It ;: Cl irk 4" S

tCoarier-Journal. -I Iii [many Corners was owned by otbinstllftHies ..,..'> ...,. -".. ," i" .. t., .... ..:.'. ;, ": .. .. -.- -"La"t )" *'. ; ,
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'.. .- To make room for Christmas goods, we NEED*K and.MUST- have the room and have many' offerings,at, .and ACTUALLY below .cost. iWe j have-

never made any '"catch" advertisements; wedo what we say. 'We don't begin to advertise the bargains that we actually have.' \ '; /j:

II .. Below. are some special bargains TOMORROW AND NEXT WEEK! t:, ,

Men's lOo value Black Hose__________________ 50 Patent Filler:.(won't run lamp over) Oil Cans: 10o Mug Red Bird Tobacco_.----.iJ---46c ----.8c:
I. : .Men s 1600 yards best 10o Outing________..__7 l-2a,yard $1Ka1lfIDSn .b0 fr-gaL Oil Can(PJT.t.RnI1.lSO Packages Assorted Smoking Tobacco f 3 for..ioa
t' ; 'g Pre-Shrunk Garments 750 best i2 l-2o and"15o Onting.,9 l-2o a yard boo ligaL Oil Can (FILLED)_________ .6050o lOc Packages Assorted Smoking Tobacco, .2 for._ &: 1r< ]

86 dozen 60 Tablets, each_______________.. .,.3 l-2o |2 ItoSO Mirror: --.___....-*?---.:..,-*.*.,...-$ 4&
; Cutter_________._______________
,: $.....IAI 1<1\ Suits----------------------------$ 1 00 Overalls best make_______.__________T$1.0d> yegetable 65o Lanterns: just in_. 4..1 Ocs
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w P6.50 Suits___..__ -------------------------- 1800 1 lot; 750 to $1.60 Ladles' Hats__________._______49c $1 Boggy Lap Robes_____________..________-__660. One lot Children's 163 and 15c. Hose per; pair____.5;,
.. : Suits______ 18- ) Cane Chairs_______________________77o .. r
28.60 ---- and ,
------------ ------- 100600Men's Shirts_________i_______________.. OnelotGirlsWoolUnderwear,6ao. 75c valnea
18.00 Salts_________________. _____._____ -- 12.60 Big lot; Embroidery, assorted widths, lOc to 20c .48080odaaeDlning- Chairs.______._._>_________. _.75ofl'Special each: _______?_________________..____-._'(..)VI;
,f. 15.00( Salts._______.._-_______________________ 995* see, sale price 80 A yard in 6 yard lengths. worth$1.25:____________________-----irVU'nt\.o i

1000 Salts___________1___________________ 7.49 Sodarine, 7 for___________________,______*____25o 15c assortment Glassware, each____________...7 l-2c 25o Magic Stock Food! .__*__________.____.._ ----1 _

lit 4 76o and$1 Men's Sweaters____________________ 65c 60 E,B. Mills Snuff, 4o, 7 for____________ ------25c) 25o Plug Corn'Juice Tobacco__________un___--_15c 25o Magic Poultry Food..._---------t.-----1. &' ,,

It r ._. :' Men's Heavy Underwear, 76o mine___________ roc lOo B. B. Mills Snuff 7o, S for___________;____20c lOc Ping Wild Fire Tobacco._____________:-___7 l-2o One package of each for 25c. t w' _

FOR TOMORROW ONLY we have one lot of Men's and Boys' Hats plainly marked $1.25 to $3.00. Your own selection at. justsonehalf

.: price. $200.00 worth of hats in this lot. If you don't get a bargain it is your own fault, not ours. Every hat perfect. These. bargains and

>. a whole lot-more that we have not the time nor space to make special' mention of are strictly cash. :; s ; i

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High class dresses, tailbr made suits J. C. Byrd, of Raiford, was in town Hall terrier fieehog. I

Shoes at Leviton's. and alterations of all kinds. Phone 109. Thursday. One Cent a Word Notice is hereby given that the,state
W. J. Griffin was in Jacksonville ont llllSt.The association of rural mail carriers will A11'sLug
V Go to Mott Bros.'B store if yon want;
business Tuesday meet in third annual session at Jasper,
of the Pres-
Ladies' Aid Society
good bargains Balsam
'l':, ... .,. '.; Clothing Leviton's.; byterian church will hold a bazaar Friday FOR RENT-Five! room Cottage. J.E. Fla., on Thanksgiving Day. The meeting
Mrs. Audra:Mott and Miss Helen Rei- will be called to order at 10 o'clocka.
'e' :. Judge J. T. :\vllls was a visitor to December 2. The patronage of the Fetch, Starke. 10-21-tf
i solicited.Receiving noehl were visitors to Saxton last week. m. All rural carriers are urged to; be
lviii ., i f. Jacksonville Tuesday. public is FOR RENT-2 rooms, one with fire- present. It is: =drT
Leviton's. new goods all the time and Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Mott visited Mr. -- E. W. DRIGGERS kcfitB.
r Dry goods at place. Enquire at this office. 11.4-tf Pres. Caagbfi'dst mi.&ok
still doing business at the old stand. J. and Mrs. J. C. Cone, of Lawtey, Sun State papers will please give notice of
Henry Mott was in Jacksonville on ; i4 jail tcaa5lts AfrOma
: W. Hodges. day. WANTED or 3 rooms suitable for meeting. 10-28-tt
'l .business Thursday. old{ &ePu7osLtancxzgy >
r Leviton's. Among out of town men who came to W. C. Kerce, a prominent citizen of light honae-keeping. Enquire at this AdJeDl C&arcb.
at .
Gents furnishings
w ; i ff ;' StarkS to Tote Tuesday were W. W. the Palestine district, was in town Wed office. 114tf. Services at 11 a.'m. and 7:80
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,.4It f ; ::' Seven carloads of cypress ties were Baisden, of Lake Butler, A.S. Crews, of nesday. Sunday school at 10 a. .naenaem ;
FOR SALE-1 6-hone m. t
: Starke Tuesday. power gasoline
shipped from Gainesville W. B. Haynes and T. R.
''. '.. :Mrs. J. M. Malphurs left Thursday engine; 1 2-horse power gasoline engine "- I T*
: f Ladies coat suits at Leviton's. Sweat, of Jacksonville, Lee Hoffmanand $70. G. C. Livingston& Co.
for Ward City to be at the bedside of Jli.
I W. H. Wilson, of Green Cove.
Ij j F. R. Morgan of Jacksonville, was in : her aunt, Mrs. Civie Peacock, an aged 10-28-tfl Yon Can Work Memva WIE
relatives. New skirts, poplin in all the newshades I.
town Wednesday visiting lady who is very ill. FOR SALE-Fresh Hoe Jersey milch _

= Ooat suits and coats at Morgan's.. ginghams for school dresses- 9-16-tf at The Home BmUl1ll.I cows. None better. Several shippedto la winter wbbyca] 'liive
1 t Morgans. Florida points recently. .Whfefor
J. W. Townsend, of Lake Butler, was I Every family takes pride in the home fion Oil Heiset. :Its'tf poracfiator
: Dr. A. L Scott suffered a stroke of I that is wall with the 1... & M. prices. Ball-Sylvester Stxk Farm 1
: a business visitor to Starke Monday. painted ; whi l11! Ic novtd*
1 M paralysis of his left; side last Friday.He Paint. One coat only beautifies and also Quincy FJ*. ll-4-2t
w B. 8. Fernandez returned Saturday is getting along well and he and his adds value and increases its salable any oart of a orto>len
chances. The It &9L Colors are bright FOR SALE 40 acres, 3 miles north in'.a .
e ,from a trip to points. in South Georgia. physicians are hopeful of his speedy re- se. 'b2yca
.. I and lasting. The L. & used by everybody west of Sttrke,good location 18 or 20
There are no dull days at.Leviton's. covery. who studies economy and uses acres cleared ready fir plow and
the very best at the least cost. Cost only plenty of timber, no other improve
r Don't fail to be at the opening of the We have added to our stock a full line about tLSO:per gallon when readyfor ments. Address W.E. Davis, Starke,

1. ; great sale. New York Bargain 8otrseei of the famous Rockhill buggies. J. W. !use. ,It ia.Metal Zinc Oxide +nd Fla. 2-4-tf H
Andrews &SoxL Lead combined It wrars and"covers
r Ladies aPto-date skirts at Leviton's. like gold. Sold by G. 0. Livingston; & _
1 J. T. Quigley has received plans and Co.; Stoke, aucl'oIoIYer& KcKay, I, .
P. L. Gaskins Esq., of Jacksonville ;
specifications: for a$10,000 residence to>> .. .

; : ;. pent Sunday with relatives in, Starke. I be erected for J. W. Jackson in Orlando I mm PEEK e yon do not 'fcrre i ty wort close wffifea:

sZ Mead. and boy' snits J. M.Alvarez.I and has been asked to bid for the contract :Ocala.Skirt '"
,. I IKIa. -- H ,stove, w chbl: juiraally iar'from'wlndow. : .
Coatand '
f J. T. Wills spent Sunday with 1 ; ,, : Contractor and finilderCJor. Yqtf w;:: work where 'J01t.

t 'r' Mr. and Mrs. J.T.Wills Jr..of Waldo. See our line of new poplins pongees, V e ,_ wish, and be TOHQ> You &n work eai

iir"TI, Auto'*scarfs- l t and tHmmm-mmmmwmmmmmm-mmmmumm neckwear mt in Persian hand-loom silks serge, pananuUl, mo Cherry and Jackson Sts. dun winter'.dm' In_ the. full'light near;';

*effects at KJ' an''. hairs,etc., eta Morgan.Dr. Starke, Ha. ., the"window, wiraout .bei atd. -med.. ta
the bone, f1 f .

", Percy Thomas,'oi Jacksonville, was N.W. Francis went to Jacksonville Coat Suit Sale: Concrete Brick Work The Perecdp.ti.on HemrquJc1Ij':

-. renewing acquaintances in'Sinn]a Tues- Sunday his automobile, but bad '.I Sidewalks Elves beat; anet fJJJ one 'flung of the

t day.' to; take the train home on acconnfof" a at Curb and GutterManufactnrcr font burns steadily for,nine hours, without!eniole t or" raeu. AO

'. Switches, cluster puffs and curls. at heavy rain. He brought the car home I indicator always shows the amount of oi! the font. The filler-!
Tuesday.Just cap put in like a cork In' a bottle is attached "
; Lane's. Leviton'sBeginning of by a ch aia. 'I1rls, ..:.
'. W.Lake was in Jacksonville Monday received at Morgan's, plain nain COICBETE PIPE for road culverts heater has a cool handle and a damper' dpi ...

,', ... attending. the triennial session of the sooks, white and colored linens, long well curbs, etc. f The Perfection Oil Heater has an, a oeJodda ,.

} Eastern Star. cloths, mercerized Taffetas, etc. COSCEETE BLOCKS for permanent, ,I flame spreader whIch'p! yents thc wck from,being torned-

',, Saturday fireproof, moisture-proof Hi, high enough to smoke and b easy to rcm oft>:and 'drop back,so
1r : PAtent leather and Persian belts atLane.s. Owing to press of business the county the wick can be quickly cle ned.. Theburner ,e
clerk could not get the minutes of the I buildings. body or gallery
Nov. 12 and cannot wedged and can be In
; : au for :
November meeting of the county commissioners Correspondence reV/leMnr. The ,;
," T. D. ProctOr and daughter,little Miss ready for publication this I Solicited.:1' Perfection Oil Hcatets: ftalshed.1D japan 017 <
." relatives lasting two weeks -, nickel Is strong durable wen-made frtz'i. for
in service
Ruby, spent Sunday with I. week, but they will be published in our:r we fight and ornamental t i and yet" ,
; I IDglerr I'
,, Lake Butler. next issue. i! will offer the ladies E'' in. 1/elof ."' ,/rW''
Barry shoes. $3 50 and f4.Tares. J. 1L Al. lWl'U1 cbqsr
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All,the new ideas in ladies neck wear I

i I I at Lane's. Dutch collars and :Middy:! some very unusual Standard OUCfn| |>any

f I .. W. 31. Bryan is having his residence, ties are the vogue for this season and I Nurse Says : '0 r.. J) 1 V _

I corner Call and Bay streets, repairedand yon will find them at this store. bargains in Skirts, V. V. : : -
: enlarged. "I know what is
,I H. E. Oowart, of Tampa, an organizerof Coats and Coat good
Wright' health underwear. J. :M. for young and old people .
camps of Spanish war veterans, I
t writes Mrs. Clara -
Alvarez. !
writes Lieutenant DeWitt C. Jones
,- I Suits. Dykstra, a trained
R Assistant Roadniaster W. M. Ed- about the outlook for establishing a nurse :; t t'i .-
of South
: i' wards,of Waldo,was in Starke Tuesday camp here. Those who take interest in Following this Wash., "and will say that, Flooring-1
the matter should Mr. Jones. i
to cast his rote.Sweaters sea
E .." I consider Cardui the best
for ladies and children at Mrs. F. D. Wainright has had the sale we will put on medicine for girls and f> ,

a}, :--' )(orgt.n'a grass along the sidewalk hoed off and I women. It makes them '

I ,- co The great sale ar the New York Bar the gutter cleaned out along her property a sale for the men, feel like new persons, re i r .
; on Walnut street. Her example lieves their and i
.. gain House,in Starke. begins Saturday, pain reg- Ceilingl
f them ;
i should be followed by those who still giving some ulates womanly' troubles.

i tt : .:;., November _12th... i allow the grass to hide the sidewalk and I i "Both my daughter:auid )
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x1, -. Boys' school suits, $1.50 and up. J. allow trash to fill up the gatt rs. rare bargains i n received great benefit. ll J
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M. Alvarez. -
George Carter who was seriously euYV.CARDU1 .
Pants and"Shoes. Sidig'
' 1 ; Messrs. H D. Wasden, Chesley Fogg I wounded by his brother, J. C. Carter "

.4t' and James Reynolds represented Graham Ion.October 29th, is reported as steadily : I. .
': in Starke Monday. I improving A partial paralysis basset -
in, caused the of the bulletin M. LEVITON '
... pressure
,. t< 'Sofa pillows and laundry bags new Rwsh
: .,- p' .: and beautiful degigoa at Lane's. I in e region of the kidneys, but; is notconsidered I. .

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'". permanent or serious. J. C. Tha
Stark Fla.WANTED TonicXya i
':" Bernard G. Perry if Dawson, __ r ><
i Mr.
r-' : Carter is still in Jail awaiting the result -
' ;. ": Ga., .... a peG of IIO i. A.. Z..Adkins of the wound. I f inedkine for female .All Grade* ;;
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-!!- r, -14. ;the flat or thaweekL_ trouble no medicine f' : ..- tTennsCasJj
if One year ago Conductor W. J. Grant you can get has the, : : .;
T; ..,. The popular "Klosflt" underskirts, of the F. E. O. railway had to give up To buy in this city a lot suitable for old ytfahtfcnfd reputation I ', j"- : ,

<-;,' t, oases P'to$Saltdotgan's. bra position on account of, alleged color building,near court houce. ,Must be in ardni has I -0? )i f ,' '.. C,/:"

,i BCT.ffiT", Soot ;'ot, Jasper;arrived NiftCl : His'record'being faultless be select location. State price. thatFdb' (50) years-of sax .!,., := t.-.: .......:..

a '_ .,- "'Wednesday toile at the bedside of his' was made. statioa'miater at St. Angus- GEORGE JL'SUITB.P cess prove that. it has .." ': t.j"j"j"j j. .
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.'..--.. "*" &dJert Dr. A. L. Scott, who is 01 af his Una. Since then he has by the help of ,O. Boxl83... Starke,!1Ltn.iD1 stood "the greatest of .all -. : .! J --
( x his wife (a daughter of Dr.,"and Mrs. J. ,tests-he test of TIME S McNair IIi : _
', \ O.,;Hajnes,of this-i'1) mastered the ; As a tonic for weak wr $
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