The Florida weekly advocate
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 Material Information
Title: The Florida weekly advocate
Alternate Title: Advocate
Alternate title: Florida semi-weekly advocate
Portion of title: Florida semi weekly advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Texas R. Hodges
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 29, 1899
Frequency: weekly[may 26, 1898-<1900>]
weekly[ former -jan. 27, 1898]
semiweekly[ former feb. 1-may 17, 1898]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Publisher: F.M. Prewitt, <1899>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 21 (Jan. 27, 1898).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060857
oclc - 33896901
notis - AKP8950
lccn - sn 95047401
System ID: UF00086620:00054

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r PRELIMINERYTRIAL the, shooting took place, and -

iIr i- .;- B. Haynes. N. J. Jones. oJ- wished that Kelly that told he would him that have.he CASH.TALIS ISO I 'j

_"" Of \\ II. Underbill and I.
comeon: with the horse that he

'.DOWN WITH M.Tuesday Harnage for at the Hampton Murder, could have stayed with his DOES: A PHONOGRAPH) -

of Louis Richard.The i ,(Kelly's) wife while he (Kelly) TO SAY :NOTHING OF A WOMAN. ?'
would have put Richard on the
preliminery trial of Un- horse and him Our Goods talk for themselves., If you buy :you WILL TALK to .p a
? took ',to the river
I : TRUSTS !t" derhill and Harnage before Jus and cut him- to pieces and youtfriends about the,extremely low prices at which we are

tice Mitchem at Hampton Tuesday selling goods. In Remembering the Maine remember :
_, him in and thathe be l- .
evening for the murder of that still old stand Books
if we are at the same selling ,
d--d any body would have:
Is, the battle cry of the Democrats Louis Richard last August ex- known where he, was. Music, Musical Instruments, 'School supplies, _.

cited"consid, rable interest Bill Thomas, Underhill's- wit- Stationery, Etc., Etc. The lack of space ...
throughout the county. Quite! : prevents us from saying more, but come -
ness, testified that he was in
"Down with High Prices"is ; number of and be .
a people were pres- '
I the field with Kelly guardinghim

ent. ,at his own request, and ; Brothers y
The! of the murder al Morgan
motto.. story is that- Kelly asked him to look ,

._ our. __ ready known, and we will not on- his (Kelly's) back,and see .
renew' it here. The trial .
com- if there was any bruises on it, ARKE FLA.. '
,- menced at 1 o'clock. The wit- which r : ,
he did. He said he -
I nesses for the State were,1.1r.1 -___ I' -"ill .'
a. I found no bruises and Kelly asked i
Ben Kelly' and wife who told !
him to cut dbgfennel and
WillTell the following]) : "A pallet had I I Ibeat i a : ,t
1900 I: h-1 out of his back and STATIONERYI 'T
;, been made for Richard on the make some. :
,' floor of'Kelly1s' house, and After hearing the witnesses
while he was laying down Underhill :I Justice
The Tale. )' itchem's.decision was r
walked in and 'took .
a .
,that Underhill and Harnage SchoolBooks, New and Second-Hand.
seat, on a trunk, speaking to
committed to without
all. He then picked'up ? jail Everything new and up-to-date in the way of Tablets, Box Papers
gun bond to await the action of the t .
Our Goods talk for themselves. People-- are and asked Richard if it'was his Circuit Court. Envelopes, Etc. "We sell these cheap. A good '

gun. Richard,, replied:that it Ink'Tablet three for five cents. _

was, and got up off of the'floor Honesty is the Best Policy. This is not the place where they do a CREDIT Business and make 4 .
l learning where to find Shoes Hats Clothing CASH Customers p.aytlle difference. ., .
and took drink.
a /Honest goods, honest prices '
Mrs. Kelly said..that he'sat and honest dealings will surely -<:;E;: Agency, for the Crescent Bicycles n>- .

Groceries Grain Hay Hardware Millinery { down ;on the door,step, and bring success. Every year '.The Wheel That Stands Up." -

while sitting there a gun fired proves it., The.last days of the Crescent Juvenile, $25.00. liidies or Gents' best Chain Wheel iF-

from the. outside, and.. that Richard nineteenth century show nothing $35.00. Chainiess $60.00. All '99 Models.

Goods Undertakers' goods Etc. jumped up rind closed more clearly. We believe Tuxedo Sewing Machine, Drop Head, $35. .,
the door andJ
that Underhill .
this fact and
works demonstrate
,.. our All kinds. of Musical Goods, Strings. Etc. We make the prictgDon't !:
picked Richard' and .
upt; gun our belief. Our goods ;
.. forget the name nor the place.
fired ,and Richarcl' fell
.. .-' : on the are warranted to be exactly as -
floor.\ Harnage-.then in N B. HULL Postoffice Building.
run. at represented, that is honest;,our ; ..
fhe: back door and leveled his goods are guaranteed to give

: THE FAIR SEX *!-? gun, on Kelly, telling him.that perfect satisfaction, that is hon- .'

J he would kill him. Kelly's est. If an article of jewelryof 0.
wife screamed, and! said, "if our manufacture does not : .;

you 'kill him I'll tell it all ;" give perfect satisfaction we will ,
Should bear in mind the fact that we are ---DEALERS IN"--- r
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and'theyagreed to turn him' refund the money paid for such 'M

loose, providing he ,would take articles; that., too, is honest. HIGH GRADE WHISKIES; ; :.

preparing! to order the finest line of Fall and i the murder on himself. IIari M. N. Blanton, of Hampton, Ryo'Whiskey,|2 to $5 per gallon. Corn Whiskey,$2 to f 2. 0 PerBalu! t, .' -' '

nage and Underhill told Kelly FJa., has a complete assortment Rum, $2 to $2.50 per gallon. llie.BramJ! )', 2.50 to $3 per gallon. Peach .
to go to Joe Thomas' and tell of our goods in his store for sale Brandy, $a 54 to$3 per gallon: White Wfrsat Whiskey, #?.50 per gl1l1 u. .

.' Winter Millinery goods ever brought to Starke him he had killed Louis Ri- at prices that defy competition. Prompt- attention paid to all orders: .

chard and wanted a horse to I[ These goods are made from JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.C. 9 .

take his wife to her father's. I rolled gold, gold filled or solid
M. SPARKMAN & CO., Sferke, Ha.. ,
While ;Kelly was talking to gold stock and are warrantedto .. -

: AND VERY. CHEAP Thomas, Underhill was concealed -. give perfect satisfaction or -- I .
< in a fence corner. the money will be refunded.If ,

After the above conversation this notice should reach J. F. McMurry

will sell Kelly and Underhill went on to any one living too far away "
For the next thirty days we our,
.. Jim Uhdeihill's, Bud's father.. j from Mr. Blanton's store, or DEALER IN

Bud told Ben he would go to I. any other customer of ours, to "

stock of MILLINERY in order to make roomfoe the house and lie down and for permit their purchasing the GROCERIES, FRESH AND EINE.! A NEW ; ,

him (Kelly) to come and hol- goods of our customers, we will LOT OF FINE 'PICKLES, CAN GOODS, "ETC.FRUITS .

ler: "Hello: Bud," and he did. sell the goods at retail to such ..'
: new goods. > ; Bud sot up in his night clothes persons, under the warranty; CI&ARS AND TOBACCO.

i and went...." out to Kelly and ;asked and deliver by mail. We will MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS.

:iT him what was the matter. also send printed instructionsas

......rQQT ...... -' -......"....'- '., This is the main part of the 'to the care of the jewelry, '-,..

evidence. given by Kelly and how to clean it, etc., on appli HORSE REMEDIES. }

his wife. -- cation. W. F. MAIN Co., "

: ? FORGET THAT WE ARE The ,witnesses for the defensewere Eastern Factory corner Friendship USE. SHUFORD'S HORSE"REMEDIES

Birl Beasley,.Mrs. :Melvin, and Eddy Sts., Provi- ', "
r Bill Green and John Malphurs. dence, R.I. t :,
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They testified to Harnage's Western Factory (l largest in the -

; where-abouts: from 7:50 that world) under process of con .

morning until! that night. struction at East Iowa City, .
Ere. ETC. Underhill's ,witnesses Iowa. Over 52,000 feet of THE BEST MADE. _
were floor space. ..
John lodge, who said hat Un- -*


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_, =-.00; :::; __\ :_: .v":'-; .II'-II r.o ,! ;( day To Savannah' and Columbiavia Gainesville and Jacksonville Florida and At- --
sundown and dark, going to the F. C. & P. ,

his father's, Jim Underbill's. The Florida Central and Peninsular '
Mrs. Underbill testified that railroad offers a round- lanta, Georgia; _
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Coffins and Funeral supplies a I Bud was at home that night trip rate of $3.50 from Starketo r

.' and went to bed. She also said Savannah and return, and of .

.' that he, was there when the $5.50 from Starke to Columbia iiiu'is! Bicycles $f Oil!'- _

: ::specialty. Also fine Furniture.,, .....,... ,._
., murder was reported, and,came and! return, This by special wGI..i'--Iroauot._....-k Medel..wtr.3.. a...... ."
.* out in his,night clothes., ,,.s;.q.... train to leave'Starke 7:54 a. m. !i .IEO.. IOl8' ..CYCLE.... WOW FAIUI:::: If.
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Maftie w..IS6r..Mlaeg.
t Miss Underhill her July 3rd. Tickets, good to return 8111&. ... '
r r rrw.Mwi.M to eella'se0.-I..4.,; -
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: : forget the place. Mrs. Browning testified by regular trains not,later tIIeF Iliad a d as des..>.c.ZI.-a.

'that 1 Bud- went to bed., than,July 13th. I mii i't WlIIfl1I UMIIriidl DESCRIPTOR IROQUOIS,.,..6IcYCLE.s$1s....!.?E2?.,-w.trr.tdra..lt...... ,.trtbttwla.ad..-............,.. -

closed' the door and locked it, .. .-.- ".= :- d,d wea..6r. ,.h.rrlr..'.. .....;
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,, It.never came out Kelly Mr. J. W. Hicks, our hust- i..du.dlidRd..d.. ...r........on.dt.d..... ... ,.,.... 11' .......,.&>,"'a 1oietWt...
) w; B. muss called' i him.Lester ling barber, has one of the Ml S MM.n.r. -u-.... .....l hcItt.u.-t+rrv'11,..dw1 1aMr.Id....1&..At..a..n.rdl.....-pq.Mep. +A r..ws.llta/.ddbrpdbfafpal.tle..t.D..,.,..._...._W.u.z...........aa....ie...........:;
I ftm* .RHfRTo.DIYItt..do.""" tawdY.p.LLd'1Tnntili nmf ad t.E.ll..f.N.r. ..
Johns the attractive barber ..-t
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stand and said that_he side Jacksonville.. Mr.'I 1! .W..,,E.,..HAVE.........-4 BICYCLI.UI.'P'ytt n. ................... .Lt,w.n.y _... zca.:.j..4 A i few>$14 ray d.Itti..t *
was coming put: tor. w;.IM Tt' ..u..Vef.w1IMI".... .... .cip$ir'yTtt toe....rU>.r..yMMi...... W.--I_,_ -J
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; Florida i a' .Weekly c Advocate. A'O.\I' S".l' Tcusr9. I MEDICAL. ',c RAILROADS.- _. J.I '" .;

-- ?, The ": ew.York World says : '

----t'l1eLtSHEED, .EVERY'" THURSDAYt ,' ",C. B. Dowe( ,. of New York, FLORIDA CENTRAL & PENINSULAR R R .. ..

'- :'- President of the Commercial __n' -- '" ', __. .: ,: _:t-:; ., :.., .._.".. __ ',' ___ ,'. .__: .
JSTARKC.-,* -.,!_. 't FLORIDA. Travellers 1 Kiitional League,.. TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JUNE 11* 1899. All Trains- Daily. .

;A'o.IY'!ps.L a f:,.d. PREWITT testified before the Industrial NORTH &; EAST. 34:, I 56. 38 1 i OUT EBN D1Y1S1O -7-

POwELL & PKEWITT, Commission last week that 35- Lv. Starke. 54Vu 213p 215p :Lv. Stbrke............ew_._. ... ... '
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r. Lv. JacksonvWe.......... 820a 145p f 30p :Ar. 'Va1do '. ... ..... ... .. ...... 1125 .it>y.
..lDITOIlS'aJld punLISHEBS.'SunSC1UPTlct 000 traveling''' men have lost tAr. Fernandina...._..... 9 3la 9 05p 6 SOp '.Ar. Galne v41e.: ............ ...... lYp .....HAr
Everett...............10 34, 9 55 7 1'p Ar Cedar Keys.. .. ...... ... ... 1 05p .H>"
their arid Ar. BrunswIck...... .....1135:1 ...... ....... Ar. SUverSpl1ng s......o l:3:: ..,
RATES.Jae ,positions 2 ,OOO more Ar. Sannnah...... ...... 12 :1p 11 50p ....... Ar. Ocnl:............ ... ..;..:. ... .. I.r.p.: ;
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Y..r.....,......:... ....:..............tl.00 have. > .suffered,. reductions. in.sal Ar.AI' Denmark.Fairfaz ............. ::trip 42'p 242 IMp.:& ....... AI'Ar Lee&burg.Wildwood............. ......... Gip43Va
F 81x Mo atbs........." ....................... W aries'as" Ar. AujWjitll..Ga.._........V 45p G 5."Ia ....... AI'. Tavares..... ..................3s3P': 6':Oa<
Months"...,...?...... ...3 a result of the forma Ar.' Columbia.............. 4 S5p .sga ....... Ar: Orlar.do.... ............ ..... b P 8.OtbAr
" }r" ,r Asheville:........,.... ......,. I.4Up ... .. AI'' winter Park......... ......; '
Advance.OFFICE tion of trusts. He also presented The Kind You AI' Cincinnati...... ...... ....... 7 45a ....... Ar. Owensboro.- .......,... ...... is 4s P 413,1, .
Strictly in Have Always Bought, and which has been Ar. Charlotte .N. C........840p V 153...... Ar. l'lantC1ty..............,...... ? .
.figures! to show that the in use. for over 80 years, has borne .the. signature Ar. Danville ya...........I: 36a 130p ........ Ar: Tampa.................. ....... s3lluoa
> Ar. Rlcbmond Va....... G OOa G 25 ........
: prices: of trust, products have -and has been made under his personal AI''. Lynchbur..... __... 2453 Z25p....... STARKE & JACKSONVILLE--. 10 U
Ar. Cbarlotte \"Ule....... 4iOa: 5 2S.-... ..........
Lv. Starke......... 21p: 540a
UP STAIRs". IN ; HEMMINGWAY" ,been ,advanced_ from, 10 to. 100 i. Allow supervision no one to deceive since its infancy.in this. .Ar.Ar. Halt.1more.Wa5h1ng'lon........_............. 7408 912aJ12p.905: .......-... Ar Jacksonville... ............... 358p 755x.
you Ar Ph1ladeJ hla........ .. 11 35a 2 5a.-.WEST. DIV. & N. 0. 2 :::l
BUILDING ON CORNER.CALL per"cent. Below are interviews All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes are but Experiments Ar. New york............. 203p 6233....... _
: Ar. Boston...... .......... 9 LOp 3 Rip ....... L v. Starke......... .......... ..... 540a 215p.
AND WALNUT.STREETS.: giving- representative commercial that trifle with and endanger: the health of Lv. Jacksonville.Ar. ............ ...... 9Oa r..l:)..
: Infants and Children-Experience Experiment. NORTH & NOR'wEST 34 36 38 Lake City.............. ...... 112Sa 1025p.
men's views throughout the against Ar Live Oak. .............. ....; 121p1.2 a. ,
Lv. Starke................. :
.1. 5408 21Sp 2J5p
Madison............. ...... 230a.
AdYrtiuuR Bates. ...... .. 1r. ll9p
President Lv Jncksonville. 8 20a 145p 430p ............. ... _
country on Dowe's MonUcello. 20140a
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What AI' Everett 10-258 DI\p\ 115p .. ..
is CASTORIAOastoria Ar. TaUah3ssee.. ......... ... 338p OOa
Our advertising rates will be as reasonable AI' Macon.-. ......
4401' 45a
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4: 8 25a
testimony: .. ........... .... Ar QUIDCy. Wp
4 *. consistent with keeping up n:good new.- Ar. AUanta. 1-i5p 505a. Ar. ItlrerJuuJunetion......... ..::.. 5.3p 940a
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paper. It la the purpose of the publisher toUtue DENVER, June ,19.-. Sentiment Is a, substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops' Ar. l\femphlR.. : y.... ...... .."."... J12O 93gp: ...... Ar: Pensacola...................... ."_......'. .Iloop 3( .630p.._..
newspaper with ........... ...... ...... Ar Mobile a
a clean attractive only Ar. Kansas City.
and 533p
i such'a proportion of advertisements will among local travelling men Soothing Syrups. It is Harmless and Pleasant.' It Ar. Uhattanooga........... ... .. 92Sa .:..... Ar. New lrleans... ......'!.. ., 7/Oa .......
contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic .
Insure that aU will be seeD and read and none .
with the '
burled behind a mass of others. Rates will agrees statement of substance. Its age Is its guarantee. It destroys Worms LonisvWe......., ...,. ...... 130p...... na. f orAr. -
? be uniform and will be made known dn 'President Dowe. Here and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Ar Saint Louts.......,..... ...... 704a .:... .
}a \ } appll- are a ". ; Ar ChJcago................. ..?.. 715p.:.. .. J ao k son V.lle 7.05 a. m. and
+"Uon. few instances Colic It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipationand Ar Detroit.................. ...... 6153.,..... 1Ar.
: ...... 645 ......
Cleveland..t. a
E.. Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Indiana ;oils.....,......,:...... 11 Rip ...... 615: n. m.Ar. .-
TUB Lake Butler Bulletin N. Royce-In my twenty- Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Ar. Colulnbus..I...... I30a ..'_. ...

five years' experience the outlook The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. .
will soon enlarge to seven cal SLEEPING.CAR SERVICE.
.for our profession has nev-
mnns. <. GENUINE CASTO RIA ALWAYS Arrivals at Jacksonville from the North and East, No 35 at 9:00 a. m.,
er been so }black. The one.y No. '33 ;at 7:40 p. m. From the North and Nortnwst, No,) ', 9:10 a. m.

THE firemen of Tampa arepreparing I see out of the distress la' anti :Bears the 'Signature of From the West, No 1, 7:25 p. .m. From the South, No. 14, 7:55 a. m..

: for a big Fourth' of trust legislation. .No. 10, 3:58 p. m. .
Nos. 35 and 3G carry Pullman Bullet Sleepers between Jacksonville,
celebration.. George Q. Tammen Presi.
.July -
New York and between Jacksonville and Cincinnati AsheviUe. Nos.

dent Dowe hit the nail on the S3 and 34 carry Pullman Bullet Sleepers between Jacksonville and,New-

"" JUDGING-from indications our head. York. All meals between Columbia and New York served Qn dlnlngcar (

next .SuitE, campaign promisesto # with trains 85, 36. Nos. 36 and 37, Cincinnati.Florida and Havana
A. R. If
Dooley- trusts are '
be a warm one. Limited solid vestibuled tr trains-with through sleepers and through pas.
' t; allowed to .contiriue,"100,000; The Kind You Have Always Bought senger' coaches between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, via Chattanooga*

JIM JEFFKIES, the champion travelling men will be ont of Nos. 13 and 14 carry Pullman Buffet sleeping cars between Jacksonville

In Use Over 30 and Tampa.
For Years.
r prize fighter, and Tom Sharkey jobs.Andrew Steamers for Key West and Havana-No. 9 makes connection'

will fight on October 23rd. Kelcey-I will vote -. '- .'. TMC, ..eBNTAU., .-.- .OOMMNV., -- .- -- -' ,MUNaav.v..tr.- -"..". ,-MtW. .TOUR, -CITY.f --.-- .- ...-. .. ,, at Port Tarn pa with.steamers leaving; Mot days, Thursdays. and Saturdays;
for any party candidate who No. 13, With those leaving Tuesdays and Fridays.

THE Metropolis says that will promise to down trusts. Nos. 1 and 2, sleeper between New Orleans, and Jacksonville.

i Full information at City Ticket Office, 202 West Street.
Bay Telephone-
"without the letter 'e' therewould George Allison-I am a vic- .
"- 260. F. C. WRIGHT, District Passenger Agent.
be no Metropolis.\ Thereare tim of a. reduced salary I came back in an hour, and ywasn't u D. E. MAXWELL, A. O. AUcDONELL, L. A. SHIPMAN.Sec. .

others. don't know what to do to help 1 A Chat With 1 the Editor 1 I I'Fine here, so drank another V. P. & Gen. .Mgr.Gen.Pasp.. Agent. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.

matters except to use'my vote. quart to compromise matters, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

A NEWSPAPER makes a mis Edward C. :Miller-The situation day," said the gossip, swiped a pint of writing fluid I

take when' it sends to its exchanges is appalling. We fellows as he filled. his pipe fiom theeditor's a sack of tobacco and two doz: GAINESVILLE & ,GULF RAILWAY COMP'Y.'
that mis
papers well '
live by competition. Cut that tobacco en cigars just to get even, you -

prints and are difficult 1o read. off, and,where are we? pouch. know. Good morning; don't Time Table No 32, In EffectMonday, April 10, 1899.

COL. W. J. Bryan"5 "* has. .accepted _tAN "No signs of rain yet," said. publish about the watermellons, No.3 No. I No.2 No. "

an invitation to address, exchange says : "Last the editor. or that old man will be wanting Distance. ex Daily Sun ex Daily Sun STATIONS. 5 I CP'7 Side I ex JaUy'Snn et Dally Sun

the Mens' DemocraticClub week a delinquent'subscriber "No," remarked the gossip."I Denmark to acquainted with Lv.P.M Lv.AM track Ar.AMIAr.PSllb I\

Young: : said be would if he '. 315 730 T ....... ......Gamesvife.............. .... :::0 110:;
pay up went out in the country the 8.15 320 '13.') ..... .... .... ..... .. 780
of Atlanta on the evening' me, said the gossip, as he dove F ; .Minute HUl. ....... .... ...... 11 2f 780
lived. He 3.99 32.'j '140 F' .....:.......Cnnnon4Grossing.-
died. Another said, other day, and was asked that for the door down 5..18 330 74:: T ..............Rocky Point........... .... S Ir 2 J1 1110f-7J IS 7 1'r()
of July 4th. 'I will knocking : 8.(1( 340 7 5v T ...... .... .... .\Vncn.hoota............... S 10 !lU5
see you to-morrow. He same question by a man sittingon 11.33 350 81>)5 F .... .... ..... .Flewellen'... .. ......... _.. 2 1045 856
colored preacher, who was 12.12 355 810 T ............ ... .Clyatt'!s.... ........,... S :3 1-)40: 6 !5o"
r THE editor of the Lakeland went blind. Still another said, a rail fence, picking the 12.1'J 4W 815 .... > ... .... ... .Ilrkwoo.1... .......... .. S 9 105: 64J:a: .
bringing in a church petition. 13.00 4 O);i 820 F.... .... .... ....Elmore ............... .... ...... 10:0: 6
Sun he will take 'I'll pay you this week or go to 'possum out pf his teeth with J J3.91 4 JO 82 T .... ........ ....Tacoml\.......... ...... S 5 102. 6J Gt5\
says anythingin a 1-I.6i.! 413 8 :o- F ........ .... .....'J'aSlcr.s._...... ......; ... ...... 10 :0 6 20( .
the devil.' He's There splinter. I asked him hedidn't AN exchange says : fee.A 16.19 .j 2i 833 T.... ............Mieanopy.... ...,..,,..., S -S 10 11:' 6 15
exchange for subscriptions\ gone. why J3.72 43j; 810 F .... .... .... ..Tuscawilla......... ...... ... 3v 105
are hundreds who tak man out West,invented J9.41 440 8-ti 'r ..............Lake Simonton...... .._.. S :lO GO!
except whiskey and cow peas. ought to go to work, and let the an apparatus :1.05 445 850 T .... ............nfcknian....... ......:. 4 10 10l'O 9 bw 5 6-0 t5.
to''milk fI.F1 4 50 8 5S .1' .... ...... .... ...
of these cows'bv Southside. .......... B .
lie says cow peas make him warning procrastinations : rain take mare ofitst,lf. He said compressed ..;, :'s7 ,400 000 T ......... .......1JulAo.rvm..:.... .......... 5 20 9 90 91S r. 43 r+)v
24.S1 5 oi: 9 0:; T ...... .. .... ... .Irvine.._ ........ .
sick. and pay up now. he was waiting lor the moon to air. One evening he 'Lbl S10 tlJO 'r .......... .... .:Ft hraee... .:.....u.. .... S S .12... 93 941:}> f 51i)
35; .
went to try his machine and 21.52 515 91a T ........ .... ....lo.brfield.! .. ...... ....... .S ... ...' V2U: O "
cross the Equator before he Ar.PM Ar.P.Di ._ .Lv. AMLt'.r.1d

% ALL. OF the St. Louis ,street HENRY B. Plant, the great looked for rain. I told him the buckled it on a wild specimenof F-Stop On signal for passeners or treiKht. T-'relegrJ.pb.O: ce. S-Stop.
:railways! are to be consolidates railroad magnet and President ---
the that
moon had just gone over. He plains) he inducedto ;a For further Information: address .
The deal of the Southern
involves nearly $100- Express Co.
squinted his at rrie spit at enter the stall by a, greatdeaf V. J. IIEIILONU
eyes .
()() died ,
'all of heart
OOPO and is the second ,,disease in New. : of .
persuasion and
a grass-hopper on the fence corn President & Gen'l.
largest street railway consolidation York last] week. The death of f ,. Mgr Gen'l! Frt. & Pass Agt.
meal. The
stood the]
and borrowed a half plug of to cow ordeal Gainesville, Florida.

scheme ,ever undertoken. Mr. Plant was a great, shock bacco before I could 'break away as long as the meal lasted, '_ -.....,.,. .. --
to Florida. He ------ ....r
was, one of the -
but when
from :him. left
I him on gave out she
foremost: workers for the b A TLAfTIC{ ft
THE editor of the Telegraph, of!: the State. He will stinterests' ] the fence and walked on. made her exit, apparatus and aUWAfiflbfi; HIM a GULF KJ. '

who, a few months "I tell Rule all. The next. day a farmer;
the country
agovas be greatly missed.'. you, Time Table In Effect May 1st, 1899. '
'* denouncing the lailroads, is i is almost burnt up for want living ten miles- away told the] .
",'0. 3. car -' -------
undergoing a chango. He of of rain. I hadn't following in the village Pos t- Rat& r Nu j
dontmind IIF cost launching a modern Why, gone t3 Sun Nrirtl'Cay: 'STA' TIO-S.' Miles I 1'1(1. 2: Sat k J
office : 'I found a cow fas cy lSid'_: __ t DaJy: :as o '
giving a few favorable battleship it is said often more than-a mile when I heard I ,
...... 60Qp 700ft, : CO Lv.............Star'ae...... ...... 1I.
Ar I 0 ........
notices now 'and then the loudest ten+'d in, my fence yesterday ....... 6Ja IJ 720 a : 6 .. ... ....!! ... ...... .. H5p JOOOa
kind Yae h.lond.
amounts of
to the to over 10000. Aboutfir.e shooting. I.... .... 630 .400. ..... .. .... .. 5 141 P 945 a........ .
p .S ....
: rnl.;(>U.JllnctloIl. ; 1 ... '
"'grab-alls,1' as he used ''to term tons of tallow and .over a thquglit, sure somebody was eve.ningVith a concern fastenedto ............... 64c 625 P n 8 745 f-oa a i.:I........ ".... ..................Wu.in\\'r.. .AtlantihL..:)....'............... '.. JJ H: 1U J35p p 933 1110.u .......:.....:... <
her 'which I .G45p !SOS.a: : .3 .. ........ .......... .. 11P Q(1a:!(
ihejn. ton of oil and soft having a I judge was a ........ .. \VurdCity. 15 !1J.p'9Wa.. .......
V soap ,areused regular war. went 650 P 811a :..... : ..'........ Tboma.8vill. .. ...... 11 ..........
....... gJ5
'iOn BO { ........... a.
sorter betwix p n I 21 .LaCruse....... ..... 1240p
to the field cross an ox .yoke ........ .. 20 :7O5 ...... .
in greasing the ways over where the noise 703 P 82J.I. : 4 : ............ Getzo.:1s.. ........ .. a -"
A CUEWIXG ........ :1 1237 90: a........
gum trust has and 7 111+ P 830 an l ......... ...... p
that is, the slip down which the was a-coming from and found a calf. I unfastened her, ........ 721) P 84'l a...... .. .... ....HlI-I1ttt.sl.ke.llaincswrth. ......,.." 23 123:1 P $r.5 a. .......
: .
{ ,
been formed with a of but she died..' ........ 722p 842a ... .. .... ... 2G )1220 P 813: 0. .....__ .' ;
capital The "
that macbinewas .... ,.. 1:5 841 o' ......S,1.t31..Jucctiou.... .... 26t, IZ15p 8i3a ..
craddle in the it the P a t -
$9,000,000.uN 0Jf the trust which. vessel. is ,'was watermellonspopping I never :patented." ........ 135 P 859: : a.....i .. .........Hudge.AIRChu:7........ .: .. J I-J&:.n.1'a p :s 10 a ....:::::.. '. '
will-raise the of placed, glides down into the open. Tell you, .'t\vas I ........ 1 'i P III 9 a. ......Mr:...........Oecenla.... ....._..Lv 36'a JJ.lJ": a 913 s3o a a. .............__-i: :,,
price so OC"Tir}
)high that it can't be bought gum sea a grand sight.! I got over and I There is said to be a movement CO ECTIONS. _. : :. '"",.

: made away'with three or fourof on foot to extend the Tavares At Starke with F. C. & P. Railroad for Savannah; and Jacxsonvl.Ie'.l _. .
says a.n'- exchange, "there will HAVEMEYER, the great.sugar I Gainesville, Ocala, :\mpa.Olau.lo.elc., -
them before the reached and Gulf railroad ,, .
: dog ;
he one trust, at least, that willprove 1 king, says that'n high protec PuntaGorda. At Sampson Junction with G. S. & F. for PiLvlka,V" ldosU.Maeon, etc.

a blessing.." the tlriU.is responsible for the i.me. I left a souvenir with him, All right; The Heraldis For further information call on or address
,I formation of the giant trusts however before I got over the willing. Railroads have the MEIGS, GKO. .TOMrSETT: ,

WIIEX the St.. Louis Globe i which now. control l almost all fence Wish I had that.dog in credit of being corrupt and Gcu.. 1. Manager,-Jacksonville' Fla. Supcrlnt, ndent. Starke, Fla. .

Democrat declares as to tollsprofessors e i branches of' trade and manufactory town ; I'd put the taxes to him.' soulless institutions and theyare
that I
"nine *
ou't.of ;:
"That reminds me said the the recipients of
thatfwithout\ a grentdeal.of
ten tariff
men ;
throughout the pro ,.
entire United States, who have, section it would be impossible) : editor.. "How did you comeout abuse at the hands of ..e-'e"e ..,e....... II e ..e.. ..e.. e..e..ea"Q4 .

the brains and the character for trusts to exist. with your watermellons?" people, but we have observedthatanew The: atch. S'trlng 'ufc.

.. which tit them for posts of this "At>the little end of the, cor railway line is gladly fLu well said that manners make the '

sort, are necessarily and inevitably STARKE"has net of the welcomed in all ; 1,6"'rZ, man.but the more solid ingredient; of
.- made wonderful 1 course, replied goy communities, 1 ; character i is also{ necessary to a true

ttffitna Jlepublicans a general 1 truth,". it simply progress this summer. ,Quite sip-, .' / and in behalf of the, citizens of ./'':J' 'r. and type also of manhood hs the good If a nan:, verse jias to these dress both well;

whirl has number of.dweUingi'honses how that?" Punta Gorda and i.: + hewjiifind the -latchstrin
for a "Why, ,.was .remarked vicinity 'we 4 / ? oaf'forhlro
"Torty A .. all'
: years been/one:: of the H"t /) over the arcrW,
glories of the Kepnblican Par have been: erected" and two new the editor. hasten to extend the Tavaresand FOR REALLY CORRECT DRESS

ty. And so far, 3.tJe.1Jitl brick. buildings. : are being built. "Well, you see, 'twas theoldlady's Gulf system a most cordial \ t \tln Material: l. Style. fit, finish and '

Xew Enghind] is concerned, this An'.ice'.and electric light plantis fault. She got the seed invitation,. to come to the. waters 1ti, ,; effect, you should order, your Gentlemanly tailor- .

overwhelming: Republicanism j is almost. a sure 'thing and another mixed. up, and I planted four of Charlotte" Barbor.Punta.Gorda : ing of M. BORN .
ntao & GO.
true of the young men railroad. is heading' this' acres of gourd seed before I Herald. The ,
whom the colleges graduate. -4 *, ChIcago MerehantTallors\

'1'hl3,. comes from' the Boston? rcaY.. found out my mistake. Consequently u t Trade.Par over You 20 an Yean get the a"80 Leaders,..." !! tbe'ClUtoIa .

FIGIITINO invthe I've got gourds to : t 1' jii' lor leas money than U 1:1ua.1JJ'paid SuIt reI'or OYrrcoet toteriar
Journal, of course. :%'VeVon- Philippines I CASTORIAFor Eocd. sad taHOrlDg'. .
burn. FIT AXD'

tier: that. the bean-eater.. didn't still continues., .and' :'e'v..,;t
tats B,, 'nrnished t.he.br3ihs 1 days; wo receive theneVis,1h: a t The 1 -. .
of the _United Statel 9tbut tbeconiic it is ended. ': .' :;. "how is your throat afterswallowing Kind Yen Hai 8 Always BougbtBears DOUGr ASS & ALDERllI '

v JJRJ* *A*< the last _
v *; [ fcjt'| '* potash theSigastttra : t .' ". .. ,
papers havealraanyEaid: od..msTO:>:a.: ..&.. '-" ------.
.jr UMill&HlL .. = week? of ( II .
Inat. ,.. ....' .r. :. .Deis,Ib 1; Have 1u'ras E4' i t I I. ia&7&& PERF'ECTantl permanent arp the; WONDERFUL !
aro.tilecures <

;: ;W-tUtut,&in ;. .. 4h, th'at'fs a good one on j aparilla, bad! by; l

a r&an:.. for. 'tJt' ,'#" l ry. :, ':. ) << I,mE",'\ ,laughed"thegossip.. :" :? *.:'"I s;..-Subscribe,' for the ADVOCATE, cause life at> :]it r.=make 1thgivbi'DLOOD.J purSfricb, healthy. !i are tri\1Zli 6impic andlPUR natural.Uood'it sparills! BLOOD., and yet Sarsar they' !, ,

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STATE' : .
: At SCHOOL.They or -
T ..TBACHELOR.r'htt '---- PROVlSIO:ysr, HAT, GRAIN; ,ETC tt H > .j-' ::t

; He ETas'to Arc- &tcral :\Ucsfrlana, Fond of Eng.z .
I Say About aioa: asn3 FamoM Cornpowr and tho Story oi .::'
1;," A nnmber-otnew; .briclibnlldt} :.( : .* .., ',''\'om'.. ,.- j, ,1. t : Uth Xamcs anil iicod Clcfthea. Ills LHt-1\"Ol'k.; THE C.: :
:! in;s \\re "soon "to be erected& 'at Every Lippopotatnn's jiroby'thiki A recent, .'visit. to. the hoanix'- In... The fnmo ccmposer Mozart was :;

: l it has fiae eyes/ tlian school, California:: a rev- .. '
i Miama. was 20' completely wrapped up in music WCRTERS AND' WHOLESALE FOCE.JACKSONVILLE '
.. :i So ihM'ejfM-5; knows !hw7ifa veil elation in The writer
some respects.: that lie was almost .1iko'n child in
enough to tnd\? just what the ta gbiog FLORIDA. .
:- A largo number of cattle were to_ say right; after jtho company hav has known the Pima Indians on every other respect.. Like'many .
- shipd'tWCiba from' 'Charlotte< gone. :: their reservation as a fierce, svlleo, wpkmin &people he was always Provisions, Grain, Eayt Flour, Grits, Meal Etc:-.T '

: Harbor last weak. A man can find a reason for anything obstinate'and cruel lot .of savages in constant fear of death and it was SOLE AGENTS Fort Our business confined* to tha. ,

.. r 'if you give him time. to.think.. A woman with a record: :: second. not even the only by constant application to his Fairbank trade only. Orde ..
>[* 4k can"anrw:1Y.- f J. : ;. Canning Co. Lion Brand s.fro'm con -
In the pRnout1i s&thtw n. If I Apaches for horrible butcheries of work that he kept his spirits from ;., Burners neither solicited de
Plato nor
had:; met some women, ther* *
ty Mdw6s<"*teivSiltaKd \ ;' s. w6uldnrt"bb"any such thing J w'tl.spli.1 ..white: settlers and unspeakable bar.. sinking totally under his apprehensions Canned Meats. J sired. : .'

tonic friendship. baritiea upon their enemies in war of approaching dissolution.
burg of blind ..
_%. A woman'a wit reminds you of coun- ''fnr .' It wastherefore a surprise to Whenever he was not occupied by Quotations Made! Promptly On Application -

'.A.. Robbfnsrof Sanford, net- yrgto <.s cyackers.; It.is pretty likely' to 'see.'over: 1BO of the boys and girls of his studies he was the victim of a' .
W m 3s f taste of the barreL ,. : _
ted $tiOO .from less..... than.,one A bachelor gets lonesome becaneo d. he- theo desert savages come marchinginto ( 'profound-melancholy, and occasionally "

:; the chapel with military these _. _:! I- -_---- -----.... ........ .. .... _
acre of celery l i 'this season.< ia alone. married man gets Ipnesom. precision gloomy forebodings possessed -.s

(?! 1 ,:. "> .. ... ,because fhIS wife is. dressed in handsome, neat him even while he was at his

DeLana will celebrate the Every rose has a few thorns, and ev.i fitting garments, wearing ,linen work. The circumstances under .Us D. MINER.STARKE -

Fourth ir great_ style. A large i: cry woDiin. has a lot of 'pins stuck in thiits: : and with their hair brushed which" he composed his celebrated'Requiem" .

programjhas, been arranged for "her.It''is what. we (don't:think that makes with as much nicety as:l that of a were remarkable.One : .
when he
was unusually
day, feeling :
'us i innocent and what we do 'tddthatkecp ( city dude.: .
that clay there. depressed, he received a call
: us aa.Noththg. _.: But the surprise not end there. ,
N I spoils a."omanj, so for the Wtienthe from a stranger tall and dignifiedman I WATCHMAKER AND JEW1LER
The saw mills around Orlando men AS to get the reputation being opening hymn WAS announced whoso manners were unusual I

keptjrunning: ( -pigIitand I "well one of the Apache Indian and He told
are informed. ; ly grave impressive. '.
1st DOOR
girls, who ten months before was
I The fatter and Mozart that ho froma
'day to supply] the demand for plumper a woman gets came person
I the mote she longs to ,have some. man running wild'on the deeert south of who did not wish his name to be
Best Clods
lumber, mostly for pineapple call'herihls; "little girL" the Gila, readily, turned to the number &nown to ask if he would compose Watches, and Jewelry in the City ,

The "aT woman begins to hint and, handing the writer the
she solemn
s. a mass as, a requiemfor Special and Prompt Attention Given to Repairing.
Cha.'gea te n>-
around to her h sba.od'that he onghtlo book, asked in good English if he the soul of a dear friend who : ,
.get'his life insured long before she can the stringency of the time -
In addition to thousands of would not take putt with tbam. bad recently died and whose mem017 -

pounds of Western beef con- cay children, she"only, .wants., it for' the sake tf"the. Some of them liallthie s&g'splendidly, and he wished to commemorate. Old Gold bought or taken] : in exchange.

.sumed West week One of' the'1lrtt'signs' that a man is Jrofessor iuperbafentorrtof Mozart undertook the work and -
inKey y 4
.every the school, says,they are.natural to have it finished withina
getting old is when he be, uis to reckon promised ,
there are over 120 cattle killedto his age by his last birthday instead of musiciana .Several _of,the yonngex month. Tho stranger inquiredthe -- T.- ..

supply the demand for meat; his next.* ,ones have learned to play the organ, price of the work, and, after

After a woman baa once seen a'man and .with tbjE)French, harp they will paying him 100 ducats, took his

Contracts have been let for: I five a nickel to a worthless, beggar she make an aV' itx:.ffunin ashamed leave. The strangeness of the.visit CANDYtcLe1t"

: will always say that anyway his heart of himself. Eu4n j one oi ;
the cutting of one million feet seemed to hava a powerful effect
is the'right plac ; tlie
the monitors,plays pu&SP3gy
the mind of the master. Ho
of lumber for the new, phosphate -, Very fewold, bachelors' ever get sohardened well, having picked the a compUsh.ment' upon "
brooded over.it for several days'and
,that when they buy two seats
plant to be erected at I up without any instruction.
then suddenly calling for writing .
In a parlor car.they don't:wonder: how, ,
McCulluck, creek.. This plant] they would feel if it was; for their wedding This Indian is. a peculiarity) in In. materials, began to compose with
., dian life.. Some years ago be had
trip.' extraordinary fervor. The incessant
will be built at once arid will
The reason why very tall girls don't learned the English language and application was too much for his I CONSTIPATION

employ nearly 160 men. getrnarried'4fts11y1s because whenever acted. as interpreterfrom: that strength. It brought on faintingfits .

they try to act like little time till'the opening of the school,
C helplessnesi illness
: and increasing forced _ ,.
tling things that want to ber taken care which ho entered, where he had JOe
T he Mystery of the Kingdom. him to stop work."I 4 AIL' .
: of) they get ridicu1 &-New York eince'remained. He discarded hi! this '
am writing requiem for 2Sc SOc

-ITess. ___. _n. ._ --- Indian name''and assumed+ o. English myself,"he said one day to his wife. DRUGGISTSvs..
A Moral I'll-ate. one. and in the three years ba
The word it
"mystery, as is "It.will serve for my own funeral
Up to this time the greatest regulai Required good Enlig'heducation.: "
service. And he after-
used in Holy Scripture, means had been observed aboard the Vio was never
He is medium size rather dark '
: ward free from that of Ointments for Catarrh .
impression.At THE '}
something hidden behind the toire, but the captain, noticing an un 'but with the. appearance of a stu t : ,."
usual of the end of the month the mysterious -v
laxity conduct among crew that Oontain Morcury
dent. He has done much' to induce ,
sacred symbols., and hearing them.in their, makinguse stranger called and asked foi
cups ; .
his civilization and ] destroy'1h
The "Mystery.of the Kingdom' of blasphemous and profane language people to''adopt' the requiem. "I have found it impossible ;Va mercury will surely ;
justly-attributed'It to the influence is of course a- warmfriend. of the ," said Mozart, "to keep my sense of smelrntM' completely J t _
the Divine ] .
Re vela-
was school. **
of the Dutch prisoners and determined THRIOE-A-WEEK EDITION.
y** word. The work has interested me .. ;
tion. of 'Christ and His Kingdom to"take measures tb'stoplK: Accordingly An advantage here is that thd more than ,1 expected, and I have derange the system -' "

mustered. all hands to the boys and*girls] are in close proximityto when entering it through the
; symbolized in the sacrificial ', extended it beyond my first design.I The.strlkelug and Importantcventa ..
mast and addressed them as follows: their relatives and friends and
all "}% beforo I had the misfortune shall require another month to mucous surfaces. Such articles (.f the last year have established tho _
Worship. and. things Iy men aro allowed to-v 2it'back, and forth, "
finish it. Tho
etrangor;made no value of THE TiiRlcn-
these Dutch used overwhelming
prisoners be
f. pertaining to the sinTh this to bring on which could not be the case in a should never : except on
,; board ,I never was pained by hearing objection; but, stating that it was A-WEEK WORLD to every reader. For
foreign schooL This ia of double ions from reputable
'k pt"- secr from, the foundation -any of you use in vain the name of your only just to increase the premiumfor )rescri an almost nominal sum It has kept IU
for the educated children -
of the world." Creator. Lately I have often heard you Advantage, the additional. labor, he laid .hysiciuns, as the damage they subscribers Informed of the progntt!
their brothers
indulge In this tin, which can produce visiting parents, down 50 ducats more and, after till do is ten fold to the good of all our wars and, moreover, ha-. reported -

..: -. That, 'which i as tfi grow out ,neither profit nor pleasure-.and may and sisters, tend to raise them in the promising to return at the appointed them as promptly and fullyas

of a. knowledge* of the Mystery bring down upon you'a severe chastise plane of civilization and the change time, departed.! Mozart, much astonished you can possibly derive from if It were a daily. With our interests -

0 ment.: If you have a ,jnst.idea.of the en:the re8Cr'ation.during the last Hall's Catarrh Curt 4(
at the whole proceeding hew : still extending throughout th"'
,vas a living faith in Christ and great being you will never mention his year is marked. The boys are allowed ,
his i ordered servant to follow him, but Manufactured by :B'. J Cheney world with t>ur troops operating iu
His name.without reflecting upon purity to homo two weeks in the
Kingdom. go
; : the man lost sight of him in j tho the I'hilipphu-s, :m -
and vilenora. : sentiments I
your own My own } iuniBier, Pond several are allowed togo & Co., Toledo, 0., contains nouercury
Out; of this faith would grow are that the Dutch have allured street and was obliged to return campaign, too, at band, its

"The ,Life of God. ,,in. the Soul) you'to n dissolute way of life in order : When and they ftKKiftt leave in planting the echoo the crop, theyar without having learned anything and is taken inernal- value Is further fncr ?ltser. ..

of Man." This Life is Eternal that they way take some advantageover \ given, their Indian clothes but about him. Mozart was now'firmly :y, acting directly u*.on the The motto! Tim TnniCE-A-\Y icJ.f-;.,
and I hereby give notice that that he
you persuaded was a messenger of WOELD improremaut.. It strivcaeach
'and surface
Love, to ourselves, our fellow] the first Dutchman I catch with an oath I they never fail to return wearing from the other world: sent to warn 'nod "mucous year to be better than It wn tho '"'. ,
in his mouth or liquor in his head will better Qr at least more expensive In buying Hall's *
him ofliis end and he Jesystt
creatures and to God:' Manifested approaching : year before, and public confldiuco *
crlng to the gratings and whip and clothing than the echool furnishes
'in obstaining from all pickle as an example to the rest of his them. applied himself with fresh enthusiasm Catarrh: Cure be. sitre.yun get in it Is shown l>y the fact that it UQW

nation. As to friends and com I allowed to tho requiem. In spite of the -L1. It is taken-intni-: circulates", more than twice a* many .
and yon my At times the Indian boys aro yennine. -
evil, doing good exhausted condition of his body and week other
panions, generous and noble souls whomI paper every as any news-
to vork on the fruit farms! and made in Toledo,
all circumstances, and is that have the honor to conumnd, I admonish adjoining the school and they are mind the work*was finished within nally, apr, not. a daily, published in AUJ-
I Divine which will .. you like a l'arcny reason of my their to the month. At the appointed. time Ohio, by F. J. Cheney. & Co. erica. -- --,.
overcome given spend as they
power wages
office against the sin of intemperance' the stranger returned; the requiem Testimonials free. 'Ve'e this unequaled aevvspapcirand :
death and make which bodies and the sin please. They usually invest them
Spiritual.. I damages yccr was ready, but Mozart s no more.Harper's tLOHID.WEEKLY ADVOCATK to- '
of profanity which imperils YOU .clothing: and some of them have Round Tabla Sold by Druggists, price 75c.
one in Christ with God in -
us fur 51.50.
wnls." e:; ensive suits. They do their work gather one year .

evedastinglo' Life:;; This oneness It is hard for one to realize that these well, and their labor is preferred,to per bottle. The reg liar stibs riptiau price of
Battle For LIfe In the Kongo Rapid
is the at-one-nient The "Marriage words came from the lips of an avowed that of tho Mexicans. When they Free State" Hall's Family Pills are the the two papers $2.00.. ,
: "Cruelty In the Kongo -
-..-<.*- ,pirate, sailing under the black flag, in are,out,working, this way, they_not best.
made from
of the Bridfi and the is.tho title of a paper up
tho early part of the eighteenth century.
the but learnto
only Earn wages, they
the journals of the late E. J. Glavein
His advice was followed, and both
Lamb.) Every intelligent per- nations led thereafter a life "of 'clean depend upon themselves. The Century. Mr. Glave tells F. C. & E. RAILROAD
This idea of the industrial branch .
should know and ,
speech and temperance e, the Dutch iu the following story:

believe to his soul's health "The dread of punishment and the French'to' of 1 the school is the conception of Stanley pool is!{ a majestic place ATTENTION IS CALLED Arrival and Departure oi! 'Ir lns at tarke.I .
Professor Rich. His is thatit
avoid offending "the good captain as theory it is
and is well named, for a mon "
things pertaining the King: they called their beloved ..MLson.flarpar'a .- is impossible to take a savage and ster pool. At each end it is narrow To the fact ,that we are now I Schedule in effect June 11, 99.

otpofOd." ." Bound Table.I so educate Him in letters and science' and widens out in the middle., ,.It is No.9, South bound, leaves Starke!

These things are : that fcfi wiU be sfeto to successfully I studded with islands and sand banks prepared to do first class Job 10:59 a. m., for Waldo, Gainesville,
was seriously afflicted witha take hold of asy of the higher
encircled hills less Cedar Ocala'Fampa. Orlando
and by more or Key
A. The of the King tile in other words Work, having received new \
cough for several years, and : cs, timbered.A and all South Florida: points.No. .

dom, the Mystery unfolded by last fall had a more severe cough that it is impossible.ut of half to make naked Greek native of Kinsassa is said once Machinery, Type. Etc., 10, North bound, leave Starko '
a sav-
Messioh.B. professor to have passed safely the rapids below 2 :15 p. m., for Fernandlua Jackson-
than ever before. I have used ,, but fee does argu&at ffee?can Penaa-
Leopoldville. He was in a canoe yule, Lake City, Tallahassee,
.The, Creed; or, confes- bo made good citfteas! able to read OUR PRICES!
many remedies without receiving and endeavored to cross tho river, ,"L'We cola: and all point North.

5i.ofbelief. in the Gospel. much relief, and being:recommended and write, and, more than all, to but was swept into the rapids. By No. 13, South- bound, leaves Stark,

_____, C. The Life which grows lupport themselves by tilling the dexterous paddling he managed tc make as tow .'ii'l4)siL1e 10 07 for Waldo, Ocala, Wlldwood
to bottle
._ try a soiL ,After: this point ia reached two
his bark afloat through Tarawa Orlandoand
keep Tampa, Leeoburg
... out .of a deep intelligent be. -. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy:, they will rise, higher themselves miles of the wildest waters. Then in order to suit the times. all points South.

lief. by a friend, who, knowing me .i and of their own inclination, until aha filled and swamped, and the native No. 14, North bound,leaves Ktarke
the last instinct of the EBvage will "
D. The Holy Catholic' churcht to be a widow it to swam safely! to a small island. OUR WORK 5 40 a. m., for Baldwin,Jackbr.nvllle,
I poor gave havo disappeared.-St. Louis Glob
remained six To
Here he days. Lake City, Tallahassee, Pentacola,
he design of God the means
; I tried it and with the Democrat
me, cross the rapids and relieve him was New: Orleans and all Northern points.
by which the Gospel is preached Will be first class in every
most gratifying results. The Stffcet of Injuries to Plant. impossible. Every day he could bE For information address, "

and taught and the Divine first bottle relieved ine very According an English authorIty seen waving his arms franticallyand respect. A trial will convince I D. GREEN, Agent, ttarke.FIa.::

Life ministered to and perfected much and the second bottle has when a plant is bruised or injured his cries for help could some A. O. MAcDOXELL' O. P. A., 1'-
times be heard above the roar of the
of .
202 West Bay
in the soul of man also the in any way a condition arises you ..
; absolutely cured me. I, have. waters. After six days he was reduced Fioilda.
It which to _
b ody of Christ in which He abides exactly corresponds w by hunger and determined tc .'
had health for
not as good we term fever. The rate of respiration DON'T SEND .. ,.
risk his life. He gathered togethei
unto the end of the world. .
Respectly MRS. increases, and the teaperaiua
1 twenty years. some light logs, lashed these with

(To be Continued.) MARY A. BEARD, Claremore, of the parts affected. eansidcrabry vines into a rude sort of raft then Your.work away froth home Skin Diseases.
raised. The disturbance has its -
v b Ark. Solid byfJ.-L. Qaskins, period dropped down from the end of the
reaches climax .
BO YEARS Druggist -- a island and, paddling with a stick, when you can get Undone with EorthespeedyandpermalientcureOf
and subsides as does! ordinary fever. salt rheum and eczemA. Cham
EXPERIENCE was hurled about by the rapids,
Indeed the increase in temperature: not neatness and dispatch right berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is
however so strongas
Hero's :Your Chance I is: quite as great as if not greater which. are without an equal It relieves the itching .
above and, although carried ana
: This wide and smarting almost instantly
than in animals. a
FOB SALE AT A B RGAIN.S .- opens down a great distance be managed its continued use effects a permanentcure.

field for investigation and discussion at last, by working his craft into aback here.WRITE It also cures itch, barber's itch

lots of valuable City property and one which will be followed current, to get"ashore. Battered : jQR! CALL scald head sore nipples itching piles."

TRADE MARKS situated within a half up by lovers of nature and its very I I terrified and almost dead with chapped bands chronic: Bore eyes And..

DesiansCOPYRiaHTS stone's throw of the depot, facing interesting phenomena.-New York granulated lids.
AC. hunger he reached a fishing camp.IU for our prices.
DTOEIi Mft4mc a sketch ft&A dMerlptloB ni&r : Madison St. on the :North, I dger. Dr. fad** Condition Powders for

.,.:. ttok1'_ ..Uoft ueen.atu'I IC'QbaN1 oal') OJflO4.fltb tre.t... Conttnnniea.HsadbookoaPmtaaU whet.hu &a. Cherry St. on tne East,. Church The I.aqed -Workbotte.- I ZfcUltyBmy Frond. ADVOCATE FOB CO. horses are the best tonic blood purifier

UOQ, .trkUY *. Street ;dn'the Southand the F. the I wonder what idiot originated and vermifuge. Price 23 cents fioldby
nee. OMMt. a&"Ilrt:1c patent& ,To the city of Liverpool must be -
n1afor A Co. tr .
;_ 0 ri1otk.. << .in the r c C. & }": / taUr ad. on 'the West.. awarded the somewhat doubtful the phrase "There's no accounting

:*# '$cs1ifk Mwt1can. Is 'an ideal location for an icefactbryftr distinction of, ,having the.biggest for taste.. Hemmingway, Building, W-&NT1DSEITEB.L V Y persona: In ttl state to TBrSTWOSTHV IUUP our bait '

. AbJO .. flhttte&mTXAZteItth'tton ,,;' 'a Idniber ard. Easy .workhouse. in the world.: Tliis huge Tpmpkins-Why! t Starke Florida. ness mainly in office their'work own an4 coaflTicteft nearby cooatle:at bom It 81-U

'let of:mthi zT seeite,$1. bd4tJIIII lIm&L 1'uma.sa a reached from alL 'sides. For .institution. has ample accommqda. Smy the-Because I'd like .to get, ary straight 1500 a year"e4 ezpeeses-.det1...

., .If gU NN &Co 3e1BroyNew York; sales cheap .Grojod reason$ fo.r tion for5,000tnxnateswhichhap.' I atfblirfl I've just been accounting .: ,t-7&t D.C1eno lie Terence more*.:"so-T;-lew c'jnufi salary.telf-C4reBe4*Monthly

, .u choce.r8t.swMbIzrtou.D.c.b : pily is scarcely: ever needed at cmslima3" I to-*the milliner and modiste for inyrif To Cnf" ,,.ttIui tC.1bt. {stamped envelope. Herbert E. Hess.Pre.I .'.,
/) b selling. Address, ,. CaaJ: CiUiariie. 1ecr. Dept.M. CUCdRQMecUCa. AOTPCirzwL 4
Life. ::19 c.u.l '

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r pnENING& WRECK ON F. C. & P. 8 5525'2y 52.5'25'E SI Presbyterian Picnic., I I WILLIAM TYSON :( ;
LflCtt H ) !
The Presbyterian SundaySchool 1 t

;. l'' Passenger Train Derailedand I BSBBONAL: NOTES!. I Is fat Ki t .
gave a picjiic gs-t LIVERY BALE AND EEED STABLES? .
41 ,ITEMS OF ., Every Coach Turned D l ley lake Thursday (yesterday.) t
;J*, R. Davis ,|isited Lawtey A large number of people went STARKE, FLA. :4'-

.. .Grapes are on the market. The Gainesville Sun of yes- out.to. spend tho day at: the
...... Monday.

The rainy season. has set in. terday A wreck says occured on the G.,C. Livingston visited Law-' beautiful bathing which lake and Kingsley enjoyec l ,ke'is the :j:t Hate a Specialty of Conveying.TraieUng Menrto.: Points la the roniitr .+: ;

; Bring ns your job work. We F. C. & P. 'Ry., ,yesterday tey* Monday. noted lor. The. picnic party Second-Hand Harness'and Buggies for Sale. ,.

can please,you. morning, in consequence of :1'Superintendent Schell was in left the city from the residence. j ..,."!"r..:.-.

How about the boys organ which a- train of cars is now I townt I Monday. # of Mr. and Mrs.- J-. M. Truby .

izing a bicycle club? lying in the ditch by the 'track. Avenue and: -
.,' J. H. Moore, of Theresa, was on Pennsylvania .
The New Commercial is doing's The accident occured between. on ourstreets Monday.Col. \ returned home at 6 o'clock. 5outhern 1c
Otter Creek and Rosewood, on
good business now. the Cedar Key division of the Futch made a'business" Bad ,management keeps more .

Old.papers for sale at this office road. -4. trip South Wednesday. people in poor circumstancesthan Ra11WayZAB30I9iElI .

; 20 cents per hundred. Train No. 16, Capt. Frank Mr Wm. Mitchell and fami- any other one cause. To THE SHORTEST RODTECBAWIHO i...

Roy.:.Brigham captured a*9- Bunker, conductor, due.in this ly left Monday for Missouri. be successful .one must look

dot alligator in Kingsley lake city about 10:50, left Cedar k State's AttorneyA.- G. Hart- ahead and plan ahead so that I e evoa.svrsMea! : BOOK DABS romra CABS, I

last week. Key on time, and was speeding ? when a favorable opportunity ;__ t OBO'UGmrAnEOOAOHES.. VZ8'ImVUDnAnrL .A
ridge; was in the city Tuesdey.Miss .
toward Waldo, its destination, presents itself he is ready to
There has been less sickness
here this than there was at the usual speed, when they Rosa Stilly visited take advantage of it. A little NORTH, EAST AND WEST. I
last came to a misplaced rail, which friends in Hampton Saturday.. forethought will also save much -*- '

year. threw the train, excepting the H. F. Phillips made a business expense and valuable time. A TWO DAILY TRAINS BET -*-fiEN''' -* *FLORIDA* ,* .. AND THE, EASTV ...
.. '.
Go at all times "' ;r;'
to "Morgan's -
( engine, from the track. Fortu- 'trip, to Jacksonville. Tues- prudent and careful man will 'Washington ad Soutbw09E t'O'.LtMt}.d;>'r # '
for prices on any thing in the &., ;
there few bottle of Chamberlain'sColic "
nately were passen- keep a MaIL I' ,
And the United States Fait '
Stationery line. gers aboard, or the result of the day.Dr. Cholera, and Diarrhoea ,
1 -
., Francis made a profes- "- '
A party from this city will accident might! have been far Remedy in the house, the shift C21T 81 HOTOS JAOXSOlTTILtE TO VASmGTOH.. "

sional visit ...to Hampton Mon OHLY'.27 HOURS JACKSONVILLE TO NEW YOBfc.joMTrtftal .
leave in a few days for Smith worse than it is.Nevertheless less 'fellow will wiat until necessity -

lake to fish week.. some of the train compels it and-then rUIn
I day.T. Trstae..ape.sd or Latest ImprovedPnUmaa 81.. ...CI aadiaj BoW iatme
men were pretty badly bruisedup M. Williams, one of Hampton's his best ,horse goin ftui doc- Can through without olifcac to WMUagtoa.BAltimsrHROUCH ..
Several of
Starke's legal ; -: ptoJ''a1r''New York sad u..Zut: i t '
lights attended the trial at and'may possibly have to prominent citizens, was in ,t%..>ffifeiiMPP i bill -

Hampton Tuesday.The layoff a day or so for recuper town today.F. {I:to: |" |igBBire >g .., aysoutIeem5.tktft5merisr PULLMAN DRAWI G-ROOM SLEEPING CARS BeTWEEN

ation. As to'the extent of the H. Elmore, Audi tot of TmT ? -. ,uTa- .hundred JACKSONVILLE AND, NASHVILLE.J .
dog tax meets with ,I
eral approval and does gen- injuries to the men,,-no" idea.can A., S.) R. & G. Hallway, was in dollars and' then wonders through Sleeping Cars Dally Jacksonville to. :I
our .
goods. Morgan Bros. be formed yet, but,it is gener- town Saturday. why his. neighbor is getting Cincinnati, via Asnevllle, Through th*

ally supposed,that their woundsare richer while he is getting .
poorer. "
J. R. Davis, our insuranceman LAND OF THE SKY. e.JiW .
The ADVOCATE and Thrice-a- slight. For sale by J. L. Gaskins,

Week New York World both Among those hurt were, Col. Hawthorne, 'made a business trip to Druggist. *B7 q.orW"'TOf'UOOAll..UoIIL tlltve4t :t bfItnIaJea .. to eta. 8Ched1tJ-. st+eplai .r nMrtrtlta u, .ice. q,7 !Ie' _.

for only $1.G0AerYear. White, mail clerk, injured yesterday.
MajL Peabody representingthe L A. BHIP' lt1lr, 1'' orids Paac Ajl,"fit Wed B;7 Stetal. JokonTll3 ,Fix
Notice the change in the ad- about.the hip; Conductor Bunker i Matehek Pianos J.ll. GULP. W. A. TUSK:;. 8. E. HABDWICX

vertisement of The W. B. Hay- cut .in, the left temple, not Times-Union and Citizen, I'ra It v..aflli CNa.Pus Jlf t., ..."a-Pae& .L .
w 0. Wuwa.toa.: a a A.....a .
in: Starke .
nes Company on the first page. thought to be dangerous ; Wm. was Saturday.Mr. are pianos with a name. May 2.1897.. .
Smith, foreman shops ,at.Wal- T. R. Hodges, one ofJacksonville's = :: .---. -
Hev. Hugh Morris will preachat Pianos That Have a Reputationsecond ..
the Presbyterian church do, injured internally; Henry hustling real estate -

Richard, baggage master, foot dealers was on our streets to none. They are the : '
next Sunday morning and eve- mashed Arthur kind that have stood the test of OOEAN.STEAMSHIP COMP'Y.OP
; Boring, cut yesterday.
ning. time and satisfied the most critical .
about the head, not supposedto '
musicians in
Henry Curtis, Emigrationagent every way.
The brick are on the ground be SAVANNAH, II.
dangerous; Engineer : of the'F. C. & P. railway, They Are Not.old .
,II for the erection of the Alvarez:
building next to the barber Sparkman'and Fireman Bufford was registered at the New Commercial style pianos that have been .. -In each Direction, a ship leaving.each port ea t3ilft.l _

.were uninjured. Friday. rented for years, and then of- .

shop.A A gentleman who was on the fered as great bargains, nor are MONDAYS TUESDAYS WEDNESDAYS
Mrs., C. F. Hodges, who'has they "cheap, low-grade"pianos, ,
man before the Mayor is ground at the time of the acci '
been few weeks visiting made to-sell half-price."
spending a and
in a ticklish position. We sell dent, stated that.it was caused FRI DAYS SATURDAYS.
her J. W. in Every Piano Is ,New -
musical goods of all kind., Morgan by one of the rails having be- son' Hodges, Between Savannah and New York. .
this _city ]left for her home.in and every part is made In the .
Bros. come misplaced, the engine for '

r An unusually hard rain.fell some cause or other, fortunately Welboiirn Monday. ,factory, which is a guaranteethat THE FINEST. PASSENGERIn SHIPS

over this section Monday. In passed over safely, but the Mr. D. Green and farnilyleftlast it will 'last a lifetime. ,

less than an, hour the ponds balance of the train turned completely week for West Virginia. Why Take Chances Von '- Ccastwisd. Service. Complete and Improved Yenttilation l: '

were filled. over and fell into the Mr. Green J will be. missed, hehaving'made cheap pianaawhen: the OLD ;, For Protection of, Perishable: Freight; .

number of AND RELIABLE MATHU- ..
fo* ditch along side the road. a large t
Our collector, R. S. Fernan- SHEK can be bought at I ricer PASSENGER ACCOMMODATIONS UNSURPASSED.
The wrecking train went to friendsiby good dispositionand '-
dez will visit land terms to suit you? Rates Much Cheaper than Jfn Un'
-rf you in a few days tho scene of the accident as soon courteous treatment to all] There MATHU-
are over 13,000
'. if behind For Information a3 to Rates, Reservations! Sailing Dattatie.
you are with ,
your as possible and the work of thosevith whom he become ac SHEIv pianos in the South. .
subscriptions. ., write to ,
jr-' placing the cars, on the track quainted. "You should have one.*' CJENUI.C -

The cheap rates by the F. C. again was begun, and it \yill be DIATIIUSIIEK PIANOS WALTER HAWKOTS
The Thrice-a-Week. World A resold only byLDUDEHaBATES'S.ffi.H. W. J. FARRELL
& P. railway will induce short time Florida: Pwi. Ajt.
quite only a ere the wreck: ... -
and the: ADVOCATE both for one Soliciting! Freight Agi. ,
it crowd to gp to Savannah and will be cleared] away. We understand .
Columbia year'at the extremely low. priceof FUED KANN, Manager, Jacksonville 224 WEST SlY STREET, .JACKSON. I"'LR."LGRI.A."
July. 3rd. the coaches were pret:=
81.50 Fid! 29 East Bay Street.
Mr. .J. P. Neal informs ty badly damaged.As .
us --
A the front -----
after the
soon as possible 4
that the picnic, which was to PROFESSIONAL DIKECTORY
porch, a girl and a guitar makes I ..
accident the
engine was
have: been held at Theresa onJulySrd STANLEY BUSINESS COLLR .
a pretty )picture) Tine guitar .
1 has Bronson, where a' box car was ,.
been D..
postponed. _
secured and the mail, wounded makes a pretty sound if it is- ApIIYSICIAN THOMASYILLE GA.

N r.: N. Blanton, of Hampton, men and what passengers there purchased from Morgan Bros. ...AND SURGEON ,

lua STARKE FLA. Rome Endorsement of Bankers Business and'Prefessmtt SaReid
complete line of The W.F. were on board come on. to Miss Minnie E.. Neal, State ,

Main Co's. celebrated Jewel.ry. OHce at Gashin'sDruz Store. --...
Gainesville, where au'express Corresponding Secretary of the I -0

When:in Hampton call on car was taken on, and the unfortunate W. C. T. U., gave an-interest-i ry HOS.E.Buca,_ Bat Is Said by Competent Judges d dis A Sc cd! M 9Sur& We! 4 Dm

passengers and train 'ng lecture, at the Baptist Attorney 'and Counsellor at Law said to'to a Goad StOOL

The Starke Concert Band is men'were taken to Waldo. church Thursday evening.Sheriff .i STARKE, FLA. To Tie Pu dk: '
''r \Ve take plcasnre In rremm"ndlnr'tJtntt'.s Pnsinc'> CoUtt ta& to tit '
progressing rapidly and in the O.A.1.0R..X.A.. Denmark "pulled"' Offl e at Residence on CHerry Street. hesitate to p"ak in the)htehrst: terms of its 8a.ceu. So flSr> tife t'rar' *. ..
Bean' the Kind Yaw Haltlln"BGugl1lSfguWlt have been successful scrcrfl of hero .
near future they'hope to give. "u graduates very ( bpJOg erapIo M- ttt. --
Tom Williams colored at <
the ;.. _' : .best: bu inefS! houses of,our city. la course of 'Iratrnfiion If IbofonjflT" ft. -- .
public soma first class cf Hampton Monday orua chaige CUT 'THIS OUT tical and complete, mcctio;'all! the dcmnnrla of any botftness ot I Ifrflay.We '
.. music."Ji" .. of nre personally arquainted with Prof.'Slanlcy, iu pfotdcfil. alit taJ
i Pleasant selling liquor at 'D. A. SPECIAL OFFEK A o. 238. most earnestly recommend him as being a tnnn of bi !unora\ gta l-. t.'fitr$C
': Don't forget that we will do i I Party. Daughterty's turpentine .camp sober upright and sincerely.interested! in tbc welfare: of too! elath:!M lib\
Miss Etliel Sternburg tender Send to tua.' lth $3.00: and.toricn. Las built np aa educallonal institulioe of the rnnut, subsrantl t JRtfd, rt
your printing. Circulars Note, I t71'Ll3TOFtx.a' Bill and Letter heads ed her young friends a delightful Bern na iha Kind Yo3 hale Always Boat dorm Hunter'INUIof Spmfic Dr. .b4.rtitwttiug telyt.teCosr Llrerw as a manager and itirtruetor. .

printed:, party at the residence of Blpattlrt t? #, r&tattaeprtroof ere 13 n.. amt t.mlllan KldnaJwhwb Sick \Vo"cbeorfully: commend !Stanlejs Baslne.ss! College to all young rae' s i 4 'C
.'cheap.: Call on or write for i ct s Dos I and...k tbibaacbtiU :.&. ? t Limt.udiitctsr IleediM'bud women, who desire to acquire a thorough practical busiaes tramlag1, bt,1it\'i.1 a
I her parents on Cherry Street roar tbcu Kit ark tru.blett as we do, tint it ranks second to none in the country, in the lhorim hffi!f
our' prices. /' Wednesday A )large num. Before buying a Piano, Organ tue. trienrt pill will*b munigyour ifadliMwucb ...ccct .lUutratima.Tidafs.u.8iz..s"allolY01ttllltlun1ll .bun exact! iu.course of inetruclion and the ability of its teaoben. Bespeelfatlj! ,

We don't like .the"i idea\ of her were present and made mer-' or anythingJn the musical inMUB. l>r-but IA onter.littl'a*. the iJ Weteb hickeUhrcr.1 be cue the .?S !3aft Booi-ieepet Citizens Bantbg and Roben Q Mitchell. A4torn y'atL.v
Specific Pill wurk .A.-k-a.
selling goods at prices beyond ry until 10 o'clock. Delicious line, write or:'call on Ludden & fIll tare.ItpuUtlon. -u4a-- bctof 1Iae. end.\mcateCJorkCa..by Trust Company W M Reese.Agent Equitable )agile t seSSttCb J
T Banking pd
: the reach of the ) and Bates' Southern Music House .ft .. I : Company 4- ;
refreshments targ
\\m 9 people, were served. .ale $ wll.t..sa..n4. Trust Company. J H Spencer. Secretary .. 'lketaerat Wit', t

have market our goods down, 29 East''Bay Street. Jacksonville *..- :A1[ ..tarns k Joseph J ertet.Jeweler Supply Company ,
cheap Bros. Fla.jMr. : f W E Divist Manager: Piney Woods Hot/1 and AP liarlcr. Book-keejXt TLsftayrCte. tof.
Morgan .
r Vice President of the Bantcf ThomasVille Company -
Are sou. thinking of purchasing P.' Ketcham, of Pike --if W F Graatham Agent So Exprcss'Comr.uy G W Smith. Book-Jteqxr POll oac.-
Mothers If S Keeier Manager ThomasriUe..Ice Co R L H ck3.! Drujg-Ist _
'a piano If so, write Ludden Nursing City 'Cat ybrother's says: "During my A T Mcintyre. Attorney at LAW T'L Spencer.Manager Watt gupp CfeepJBJ, r-

& Bates' Southern Music dread hot weather.: They late gickness from sciatic U M It utd nsOn..ll D E M WalleUe.Real Estate and Inssraae" .*'
J L 1Ia.1I.! Es-Representatire James Watt a Brotbea;Hwdwar .
House know: how it weakens andhow"thJsaft"ec rheumatismChamberlain's c--
Fred TCann, manager, '. John.rrip ett. Editor Tiines-Enterpriia B H Wright Castier Dank'jBomMtSS*-' .

"29 ,East Bay: Street, Jacksonville All such 'mothers?the baby. PainBalm 'was the only remedythat if A Flcetwood.Book-keeper Times-Enterprise J E Robinson ft..Co.Bookadlws al 2t3 _' '' .
; Florida .gave him relief.." A H IFaasell.JndgeSupcnorCourt W1-.ita.ker!t'Keefer.i'er 3tab1E "',x
.. Scott's Emulsioq. any beat'lauel nrbmtb. "
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Joe Lore.Clerk Stuart Hotel A' P Taylor D
"A citizen'oC'Wnrd'City asked them 'strength and makes'the '. Many others ,have testified to ..La.. .. ,!rem.r wtnJoIf IJ& I R. Hargrare.Manager Variety WorksIt Hansen Karin.Atofn1lU 1..

1tarke baby's food richer and the prompt relief from :pain tojb.t.cratr timepiea& J.ICiPQteIy..... ., H'Neel.SaptThomasriQe Compress GWn John H Cajlt.D D 3 _
.,_ roan the other day more abundant. .: which this liniment affords. ta r>factor cot oftbdr .. nadicadxltliarc*.fur 9&.O&IT jCampbea.Superintendent Car Shoe The Levy UoreutSeCo.petttfcfel*tte arT ,,v-,:

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