The Florida weekly advocate
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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: July 27, 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
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System ID: UF00086620:00058

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. WRECK/ ON F. C. & P.En Died. I
; "{'. B. Hayiies.: N. J. Jones. Saturday afternoon at :3" p.
lne and Six Cars Derailed m., Freddie, the little three- TALIS !

Near Highland. One year-old son of Mr. Fred S. .

Was lujarcd. Dawson, died at the residenceof SO DOES A PHONOGRAPH
"DOWNWITHw Monday night: about 12 o'clock, as _
Mr. and Mrs. \V Edwardson
No. 219 was lulling a short TO SAY NOTHINGOur OF A WOMAN..t.
of West Call street.
empty phosphate cars south ,
TRUSTS ard, and running along: at the usual ; The child was taken suddenly Goods talk for themselves. If you buy you WILL TALK:to

speed, she suddenly jumped the frogof ill with iullamation of the your friends about the extremely low prices at which weare
a switch on a curve about a half
selling goods. In Remembering the Maine remember '
\ mile Xorth of Highland. stomach and bowels: which
Is the battle of the Democrats The engine turned completely over" I caused his death. that we are still at the same ohfstand selling Books, ...

cry in the ditch and six box cars were de- I The' funeral services were Music, Musical Instruments, School supplies,

railed, some, of which were pretty held Sunday morning at 9:30: Stationery, Etc., Etc. The lack of space
badly d-aged.
Fortunately no one
"Down with High Prices; was hart. The engineer and firearm, o'clock, Rev.Vnl., F. :Mal- prevents us from saying more, but come

when they discovered the train was phurs officiating. The bodywas and be convinced.Morgan .
off the track jumped from the engine -
and outside of a few bruises, interred at Crosby ceme- Brothers
is our motto. oft
got< unhurt.
, .... tery.This ,
--- All passenger traffic over this division makes the second child

was delayed until the wreck '%Ir. Dawson has lost in the last STARKE FLA.
was cleared away, which was 3:30 ,
I Tuesday: afternoon. I twelve months, and he has theI. -
Train No. 9), from the North, winch I j corn-
should have: arrivM{ here at 10:5iTa: ; munity bereavement.
1900 Will in.: was five hours late, and did not I II j i ...
arrive until1o'clock.. I The; Phantom Band.; STATIONERYISClool !
Train No. 14, which passed throughthis I
A brass band of unknown,
city at 5-10 a. in., was delayed

Tell The Tale. at Highland nenly.] all day by the I j I origin caused considerable comment -
wreck, and reach*d Jacksonville about j
and excitement in :our ] Books New and Second-Hand.;
five o'clock in the afternoon.No. "
city Tuesday night. The citi- 4
10 wa delayed about a half an ]Everything new and up-to-date in the way of Tablets, Box Papers
hour but arrival at Jacksonvilleabout zens were awakened from quiet
Our Goods talk for themselves. People are on time. Outside of the engine slumber by the brassy blare of Envelopes, Etc. We sell these cheap. A good

ana six cars bern! pretty badly Ink Tablet three for live cents.
the trumpet and the deep blate]
smashed up, there was no other damage This is not the place where they do a CREDIT Business tend make ,
learning where to find Shoes Hats Cloth- wortl1mentioning. of the bass as the phantom band CASH Customers pay the difference.H .

marched through the streets. ...
for the Crescent -
< : Agency .
A Pleasant Evening. The band started near the Bicycles,s ..

ing Groceries Grain Hay Hardware r Mliii- Mrs. J. 51. Alvarez entertained n Commercial Hotel and marched 'The Wheel That.Stands Up."

; ,, few of her friends by a Progressive through the southern part of (Crescent Juvenile, S25.00. Ladies. or Gents'. beat Chain Wheel)
Ring Pocket at her '
party resilience
on Walnut street Friday evening.The town, leaving a string of ex- $35.00. Chainless 6000.. All '00 Models. __

nery Goods, Undertakers'( goods, Etc. following joung ladies and cited citizens in its wake. Tuxedo Sewing. Machine\ Drop Head, $35.
gentlemen were present Mrs. W.
: \Ye\ have been unable to find All kinds of Musical Goods Etc.
II. Anthony, Misses Cornelia Pee] Strings, We make the price.
Lutie Smith, Eva Dixon Ethel Hack- out what band it was,'but we Don't forget the name nor the place.
--- ----" ett and Clara McClenny; Messrs. A. are positive it was not Gilmoreor

G. Powell, N/ A. Powell, A. II. Johns Sousa. TNT. B. HULL, Postofflce Building
Darby Gaskins and J. D. Alderman. i
,. There were four tables for the accommodation Botiad fur Cuba. ...""" e
THE FAIR SEX of the guests. At threeof
the tables the couples, who won Mr. James Crawford, who has FOR FI11ST CLASS JOB WORK CALL

the game would be advanced onto been collecting cattle for some

Should bear ,in mind the fact that we are fourth another where,they which table would\until\lS the remain they tau reached It':of is long honor the a4, changed time to his take mind to Jaksonville last week,, OFFICE AT THE Of The 3&TW 191 FLORIDA ADVUGA9.

they won each grun('. At their first and decided to carry them to'' !---- """.' _--'o.__ ... ........ : r .
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failure there, they would have to Tampa Monday, with three . . . ..... . . . . . .
preparing to order the finest line of Fall and commence again at table No. ", . . . .. . . ..... . ;-; J .,""I.J_
1 and assistants, he drove thirty-live er-. "-'!.!::;::- :::::=::::--:::::-= ---o:== :::;;::::::-=:: . ._.
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try to reach the honor table l agf>in. 7'.J.----
A prize was ofl'crod to the player who head to Waldo, where they ..VY

Winter! Millinery goods ever brought to Starke won the largest number of game: were ]loaded on the Florida Cen- e 1.jf
:Miss 'Cornelia Peek was the e.ueceesful tral and Peninsular railroad I DON'T CARE
one, and captured the .
hich was a beautiful embroidered prize and shipped to Tampa. From .( ) ..I..! ..I.I.
handkerchief. there they will probably be ; I) I
Vft! I, WHAT YOU THINK, but it stands an ;; ;
AND VERY Delicious refreshments consistingof sent to Cuba, as beef cattle are .( +,' undisputed fact that I sell the best and freshest .I..I.il }!..
i and ice fine cream music: and wis:, cake famished were by served! several -, very scarce there. :::4.\:l!': :: Groceries for the le-ist money! of? any store in ::! ::

of the guests. Every one had a Much better prices are being .. JBrn\ "! IonI county. I have in this line anythingyou ..:.

delightful time! and pronounced it a obtained in Tampa for live stock -i.I..( may wish at the very lowest prices. ..: ::
the next thirty days we will sell ourstock most enjoyable affair. than in Jacksonville at present.A .1.; !: .

Anyone desiring! coffins, caskets, : :,}: : SUMMER\ \ COMFORT :: :; ,
or undertakers' large assortment of basketsat .i.n.I.i : .. ..
good= should
of! MILLINERY in order to make exa- :': :':
room mina my complete line be ore pur- White's. rl'; ::. .:.:
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chasing elsewhere. :Pest goods; lowest .\( .1. \ many .
price*. G. C. Livingston.Our n handsome pieces in \ .
for new goads.DON'T Mathushek! Pianos .!.; .r our mammoth stock J., ::1 J..

f popular groceryman, J. F. P.. l:t.-:!!t:{1: I u of FUHNITURE, and J:r.I)(::

McMurry: received an order yester- are pianos with a name. '://l\r: \: s lfr ,, 1 ., .. : ,_., ( summer comfort depends .,J..ivr .
from .
day UK
Chicago for barrel .
a of ,
/.1. trmFI, .1 upon the Furniture .1\\.1
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.a: standard granulated ( ( 1
sugar. : : : ; .1\\.
Pianos much
That Have a Reputation .1' .I. u } as as : :
. o the weather. \ \ "
\ / upon ; ;
New Band. second to none. They are the I .
.y Furniture
elegant ,
I The music loving people will]l ]kind that have stood the test of .1..1. -1 \q ..;. ;.
H. for
every .;
time and.enti fipd the most critical .j. -
be glad to know that Starkehas musicians in \.T.I. ). in the house, is selling -.t .
every way. "
another band. This, how .I.)() )* very reasonably
IN LINE ON GRAIN GRO.I I P.ever. is a string band. ; They Are Notold 1T/ and we can fit you %

The project has been in view style pianos that have been l l L in all qualities and styles.. Before buying else- .
rented for years, and then of- 4'l/. where, call on me. G. C. LIVINGSTON.
for some time, and at a meeting fered as great bargains, nor are .,1,

CEEIES ETC. ETC. held last Thursday: night at they "cheap, low-grade"pianos, 21 .
made to sell "at I
half-price. 1 il Always
the residence
of :Mrs. Dr. Tate -j

,,,, Powell the following young aT Every Piano Is New, 1.1\/\,(.\/j.l.\.. Bear in mindP) : '. I+...I

..-......._-._."-0..............._-.......-..... -.-.-...... '.-_ -=--_.-- gentlemen had their names en and every part is made in the 'j. that it is not ne- f &ij I
j I .,...--------o------. -, -, ... _, ,. -_-- .. -_-_ ._-__-._."-._-.....-_-._-.""--._::.:''i,;_.---..-._-._.-....'.__.'5" rolled : J. P. :Morgan, Cosmo MATHUSHEK, 1-\.1"\:\: ":\;: cessary to stop V|,r| land r J ij.i ij\ :, .:) :. .
factory which is a guaranteethat
1. Alvarez, Blair Powell, N. A. it will lat a lifetime. 1: ::1i, :,: examine our |PRODUCE.AY6 :)::1 q

] Powell, R. S. Fernandez and Why Take Chances ://(1':(!{.I.j: goods before for they purchasing -* tR0rP.1'S ... ..).r.!.

Coffins and Funeral supplies a Clyde' Alvarez. on cheap: piano,when the OLD :I::!=\: are fr frthe highest !t.: ,:a J.

There is some good musicaltalent I AND RELIABLE MATHUSHEK .!.t.l.t I j qualify, and in C' :: 11:

i in this organization, and ran be bought at prices .\. .,. our large line of .
and terms to suit you? l\::)' : Groceries, Hardware :t
specialty. Also fine Furniture i it will not be long before they \ :
* There are over 15,000 MATHUSHEK .bh: :;: Farming .. ?
fri. will be equal to any organization pianos in the South. .. :!.
:: :/: Implements,Furniture r
of the kind in this vicinity. "You should have onc." UEiU: 1 liI'\/:I:',\ /: Paints, ; '" .01/:1"/::
It was decided after a vot: INE JIATIICSIIEK PIANOS : :j:. and Undertakers V .

i r Don't forget the place. that the name of the band Are sold oiilj b)' .i' Goods, there is .
::{ :\: not an inferior article. Let me .
should be the "Starke StringBand" LDDDEN&BATES'S.H.H.FUED : supply your: '1.::
f 1i::*i.1 i i: wants in the Grocery, Hay, Grain and Feed '' : ,'-
and that there shouldbe KANX, Manager, Jacksonville .* .
Fla., : line. You will save money and worry. :. :: .'
Eat Bay Street. .

: w. B. HArNES CO. Monday two meetings and Thursday every nights.O.a..STOn.Z.4.week-. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. I J 1*. .:j:. G. C, LIVINGSTON. :

i Notice is hereby given thai the firm of Powell Next to Postoffice :-: Starke, Florida .. .::
1 .. & Prewitt Publishers Florida Weekly Advocate -
4 Baaiatho Ile tii0d 1'09 1/3./ All3tsBiguturo ..g.of ,has been dissolved by mutual: consent.F. 1fli 111v PI 41T 4V 1rr TIII 4Tli.Tt
M.Prewtttrematning-aar'.h i..4-
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ance of affairs he have RAILROADS.
Florida Weekly Advocate.rUULlSHJIED must MEDICAL.

,w been greatly benefited by the .... -
EVERY THUKSDAY change, whether in political

-AT- terests or an improvement in t'Z3 ....... ><' H
management of the War

NOHTli it kAST. :H. & 38. : SOU'llJ.l: .lJIVlb1OH. 9 l 13
M. PREWIT. It. S.FERNANDEZ. Department, remains jet to be l -
Lv. Starke... ......... -;5 40a-{lap: -215p :Lv. 8t&rke................. ...... 1059a IOcr.p.Lv .
PREWITT & FERNANDEZ, seen. :. Juck.-ronvUle." ........'. 2Ua 45p 4 30p ;Ar. Waldo; .............. ... iO41PtAr.
fernandina............S ;;)a 90:>P50J '.Ar. Gamesvtile............ ... ......
EDITORS and I'UIiLISHJlKS.. Ar. Everett...... .........1U 353 9Mp 1-0p Ar. Cearleys... ........ ....11a ......
OUR TWO WARS. Ar. ruDSwick...... ..... 11 3.>a... / .... Ar. Silver Splings........ .. ... :: ......
Ar. 8avannllh...... ...... I 12 2 pit 50p........ Ar. Ocala............ ....... ...... 137p 115a
SUBSCRIPTION HATES Ar. }Fairfax..... ..,...... 22Op 154p .... ... Ar. 'VUdwood............. ..... 23"p 2..0a
The war with Spain lasted only z ,............ :! \ 2 -l2a ._.... Ar. Lef'sbarg............... ...... 3Wp 4)4)a; .
One Year............... ........ .... ........tl.OCSix Ar. Denmuk. ......... 42p .....'. Ar. Tavares...... .......... ...... 333p 5:0a.:
Months... .....r........................ 5C 114 days. The war with the 'Ar.Ar. Columbia.Augnsta.Ga..:............ 4 9.J5p PII: 65.)3.33a ....... Ar OrI3l do.... ..........._....." 5L'tp 8 2Qa
Three Months: .............................. 25 Ar. A!>!levil1e............. ....... 14Op... Ar. '\"mterPark......... ...... =PAr. ......
Philippines has now lasted 130 Cincinnati...... ...... ....... 1 4aa ......' Ar. ... 34Jp: 4 13a,
Strictly in Advance. Tho Kind You Have Always' Bought, and which has been Ar. Charlotte. N ..... 840p 915a...... Ar. Plant City.............. ....... t4tlp 1):8a:
days. Ar.. DanvitleVa. ........ 12 36a I30p..... .. Ar 1.ampn...... ........ ......... :520P 63U a.
in for 30 has borne the of
use over years, signature Ar. chmond. Va........ 6 U0a 6 :5p ...., JAUKSON\'ILLE 10
Our army sent to Cuba under and has been made under his personal Lynchburg...... ... 2 4;>a .. =p ....... STARKE & -
OFFICE : Ar. Chartottesviae..4 50a 5 p.... ...Lv. Harke......... :. ..........215p ffi14Ar.
General Shafter consisted of /7 supervision since its infancy. Ar Wa hlngtoD...... .... i 4Ua 9 tbp '''' Ar. Jacksonville... ...... .... ..... 35rP .
Ar llalthl1ore... .. ...... 9 Ia 112ipAr. .... -----
UP STAIRS IN IIEMMINGWAY, Allow no one to deceive you in this. PhUadelI-hia...'...... lI35a256<1.... .. WEST. DIY. & N. 0. 2 r-
about 17,000 officers and men, All Counterfeits Imitations and Substitutes but Experiments Ar. New york... ......... 2 U3p 6 :3:1.: ...... --t-
are .
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BUILDING ON CORNER CALL ...... I..v. Starke....... ... ... :
little more than half of whomrea' that trifle with and endanger the health of Ar. Boston..Stop 305p. Lv. Jae onv1Ile........:... ...... it52.4O al .21.'pp
AND WALNUT STREETS. NURTH & NUit'1Pi i'. 34 3ti 38 Ar. Lake City.............. ..... .allo25p .
hed the fighting line. General Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment. --. Ar LiAr ve Oak............... ...... 131ap 12:5a.::: ,
Lr Starke................. 5.oJ'1.;>"., 21p! Ai adison ............. ...... II"p _.3UnLv.
Advertising Hates. :Miles took to Porto Rico JacksonvUle............ 820a,_ 145p 430p' Ar. Aionticell..o.............. ...... -20{, 440a.
Ar. Everett............ .. 10..>a 95.p 750P Tallahassee.. .......... ...... 33bp 6W3.Ar. )
What is CASTORIA :Aiacon.... ............... -I 40p 2 4.a....... Ar. ............. .... ...... 4 yap 8253
Our advertising rates will be as reasonableas 3,415. Ar. A.tl.\Ilt ... ........... 745p 5053 .... Quincy.Jnncti ......... ...... 525p 940a
\r. laver n
consistent with keeping up a good news Ar. lllrm1nt.am............ ...... 112'3 ...... ..\. .......... ..... 1100p 6 30p.
paper. It is the purpose of the publisher to Since Dewey accomplished Castoria is a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops Ar. l\temIhl'l.... ...... ..... ...... 930p ........... Ar.Ar. MobUe.Pensacola....... ......_........... 31'1511. ......
Ar. 1ans3SC1l..3'p... ................. 7103Ar. .......
issue a clean attractive newspaper with only his mission in destroying the I and Soothing Syrups. It is Harmless and Pleasant. It Cllatt n oga................ .. 92511. .... Ar' NewCrlean'
such: a proportion of advertisements as wiuinsure contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic Ar. Lexington ............. ...... 500p... ...
Spanish fleet twenty-three Ar. Cincinl-atI...... ........ ...... 730p ...... for f
all will be and read and Pernandl.na
seen none army substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms Ar. LoulSV1lle......... ..... ...... 7 30p ...... -Leave
buried behind a mass of others. Rates will have Ar. SalntI.oufs....... ...... ....... 7043.-
be uniform and will be made known on appli expeditions crossed the and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind M. Chicago ...................... p.- Jacksonville 7:25: a. m. an d
cation. Pacific and four have Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipationand Ar. Detroit........................ ..... 1
gone byway At' C1evehtnd.: ..............,........7 ...... 5
i --r- Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the J. .. Indianapolis] ...... ......t.: ..... .645:1\\...... i6'1 Pill.
of the Suez canal to con Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. at' Columbus ..............1...... :;( ... ...

THE Tampa strike remains quer the islands for which we i The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. CAR SERVICE.

firm. All efforts to settle the paid Spain $20,000,000. These i Arrivals at Jacksonville from the North and East, No 35 at 9:00 a. m...
lockout prove fruitless. expeditions have carried.1,279 No 33 at 7:40 p. m. Frum the North and Nurthwtst, No.37, 9:10 a. m.

officers and 37,287 men, but Bears the Signature of From the West, No 1, 7:23-p. m. From the South., -

TIlE bicycle trust has at last nearly 500 additional officers No. 10, 3:58 p. m. ..
Nos. 3.5 and 36 carry Pullman Buffet Sleepers between Jacksonville and
been formed which will controlall have to Manila and
gone near- New York and between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, via Asheville. Xo3

the principal bicycle facto- ly 2,000 men who did not accompany 33 and 34 carry Pullman Buffet Sleepers between Jacksonville and New-

ries in the United States. the regular expedi 0 York. All meals between Columbia anti New York served on dinlngcnr

# with trains 35, 36. 1\os. 36 and 37, Cincinnati, Florida and Havana
tions. Of the total force
up Limited. N.>!*. 13 and( 14 carry Pullman. Buffet sleeping cars between

York TilE World newsboys and of Journal the New all to to-day, scarcely 1,000 have The Kind You Have Always BoughtIn Jacksonville and Tampa.

Steamers for Key West and I1n'al1a-Xo. 9 makes connectionat

went out, on a strike last week, General Otis has, therefore, Use For Over 30 Years. Port rr'.1mpa with steamers leaving Motdays, Thursdays and Saturdays'j.

demanding an increase in .. No. 13, with those leaving Tuesdays and Fridays.Nos. .
had nearly twice as many sol- THC CENTAUR COMPANY. TT MY RAT THCCT. NEW YORK CITY.
1l.if:2: .Cf'.p !' <" ::' "<50 .. :3I 1 and 2, sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville
wages. diers as were required to conquer Full information at Ticket Office Starke.D. .


Rico. His is twice as Sec. V. P. & Gen. Mgr. Gen. Pas. Agent. Asst. Gen.. Pass. Agt.
treat lawyer and orator, died army JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. .

suddenly at his country home large as the force with which FROM: THE STATE PRESSAll IT is estimated that the farmers -- _:

at Dobbs Ferry, N. Y., last General Scott whipped Mexico. -- of Marion county, S. C., l

9. Friday apoplexy. Our losses in Mr. McKinley'swar Kinds of Time. will put upon the market 20- GAINESVILLE & GULF RAILWAY COMFL!
From the Florida Index (Lake City.)
in the Philippines are not 000,000 pounds of tobacco they
The T-U & C says that there' Time Table No 33 In Effect Monday July 17 1899. .
we bulletined for
may unable the public by the are five kinds of time in Chicago. have grown this season.

or disinclined to do to other War Department, but they far No.3 No.2 .
In Lake City we have : ,
THE Daily Cp'y 11a1y \.
Atlanta Constitutionsays
trusts, says the Washington exceed our loss in the war de- Distance ex Sun STATION'S. Side ex SuLv.RM t.
three kinds of time, namely, track Ar.AM ,
Times we ought all to sit down clared "the only way to enjoy a --
by Congress against sun time, standard time and a .(1 b( 400 .......... T ....... ......Glunesvlllc,.............. .... 30 9 VO; .... ...
hard on the chair trust. There has Georgia watermelon is to scoop 3.15 4 0:; ........ ....... : 5C .........
Spain. been fight- dickens of hot time. 3.99 411) ........ .........D11111..8 45; ., ......
a out the heart with the hands 5.18 4 15 ........ ..........Hocky Point.............. S 13 840 ......._
ing nearly every day since hos- 8.7tlI :: .... .... .F ..............\Vacahootu................ S 10 830.... ....
IF REPORTS are true there are fetch a swipe or two across the 11.33 435; ........ ........ ..... Fle\Vellen'... .. ......... .... 2 820 _........
tilities were begun, in Manila, Wait Awhile.From 12.IZ 410 ........ .......,...... ..Clyatt... ............ S 3 815 .......
over two thousands of our soldiers mouth and let the juice tickle 12.?) 44' .......... .. ... .... .Iarkwood! ............... S 2L 810 ..........
and our War Department is the Daytona Gazette-News. 13.ro151) ........ F........ ....... Elmore .. ............. .... ... tI 05 ........ -.;- 4
sick in the hospitals a1Hanila t 13,91 45.) ........ T ...... ........ ...Tacoma................. S r. 800 ........._ -' -
now striving desperately to send The people of Florida, thatis down your neck and arms. 1-1.6.1 5 X) ... .... F ............. ....:Taylor's... ..... ....... .... ...... 1 t5 ......._ ,
and : 6.19 510 ......... 'I' ...............4icanopy... ........ .... S 25 74; ..... '., .g
McKinley going 5,000 more reinforcements the common, every day citizen HI. 2 52l} ..... ..... F ............ .l'usl"wiUa........, ...... ..... 35 7 :33: ...
to send to REPORTS come from all partsof 19.4 5 2i ........... 1' .............Lake SimOlton...... ...".. S 2U ,30... .......
5,000 more there Gen. Otis. does not care for all this 21.l1:' 530 ........ 1' ..................lIIcluu................ S IQ 711i ........
Commander Ford, the State to the effect that 21.81 5 35 ......... 1' ................Soutbldc.: ......... ...... S 2U 7 !) .........
who will be the 228? 541) .... .... T ...............Dungarvan. ...... ......... S 9 71;) ........
LAST year eighteen hundred Admiral Dewey's fleet surgeon, agitation over the phosphate industry is 24 51 550 ..... .... 1' .....,.............Irvlne.... .... .... .._... S 12: 710 .... .... 't
i5 :11 I 5 55' ......... T ......... .... ..FDrane... ........ .... S ..'.. OS .....,...-
divorces were granted in Michi who has just returned home, next governor. They want a steadily progressing. There has 2.52; Ar.60i PM) ......... T I............. ....lo..irfield.".."", ........ S ...... ...7. .U CO:..... .:.
and the
gan. This goes to show that siys : "When I left we held rest politicians oughtto been a steady rise in the pricesof F Stop on sIgnal for passenger or freight. Telegraph: O+L'ea. S- +tufl. -,,

the Michigaaders have troubles I not quite so much ground as let \\i] just a little while andbla phosphate the last three 01 -- .
: For further information, address .
the time think.
at home without going else was ours during the first part people to four months, and this industry

of last and Every voter knows we mu'5tha'e V. J. IIERLOXG L. E. BARKER*
where. year, our promises to be boom for
a great President & G eu'l.! G en'l} Frt. & Pass.
lines were restricted to the suburbs another governor, but he Florida. Mgr Igtv ,>

WHY is it that Starke hasn'l of Manila." also knows the time for nominating Gainesville, Florida.

had a of base ball this ______. _. ___ __ -l>4
game The splendid valor, dash and and: electing him is a ACCOKPIXG to the decision of -

season' ? Starke has the material endurance of our soldiers is the long way oil. It can all be done Commissioner Williams, of the ATLAliTIG UWAHflbii i KIM? <&< GULF R'y.

for a nine that could com- only redeeming feature of this after January 1st, 1000. Give internal revenue bureau, bankers ,

pete with any team in the unauthorized, unnecessary, un- the voters a chance to keep l cool hereafter will not be allowedto Time Table In Effect May 1st, 1890.CONNECTIONS. _

State. American and end- this summer and they will stamp checks that are .
apparently pre- ------
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whoop it enough next sented to them Sat k. No. 1. Caps STATIONS. Miles, Ns. 2. S. t J'I- ,
BUSINESS is increasing all along less war of subjugation.-New up yearto unstamped, but I Sunoy Daily.JSiti'g; l rally; ,..
the line of the Florida Central York World. suit the most ambitious po must return the same to the .. ....._I 160:1: p 700:1. 60 Lv.............Starke...... ......Ar.. 0 15: P .... ....L
litician. .... .... : 720)l: 6 .. ....inn.: ola.nd. ... ...... 5 I./!) V ........
and Peninsular railroad. % y... '.,.. drawers who shall stamp them ........ C2'J P P 1403 ...... .. .d....". Sampson Junction._..... .... 7 13. P suuuy//...... ...
"TALK\bout ........ 6'ip: 741a .. .. ..... ....Waluwrights.. ...... 8 130P ........
The freight depot at this newspaper work Take the :Cest One. themselves before they are ....".. 640p 8na( ....". .. ....... .. .Atlantic....."....... 13 115 I' : ......... 'i
place .... .... 61S K ool: 3 ........Want City........... n 1 'bp .......' .'iIi' ,,
filled Why, you fellows who work on From the Gainesville Sun. cashed. ........ 650p P 81111. ..,.... .i"-.. ......... Tborasvill4.: ."".... .. 17 IIJOp 915 a ......... 'i f;<.
was to the doors with modern There are now fifteen or twenty ... .... 1 %. P 80! a 21 t". ........""LuCros;e........... .... 2\1 ,,1240 II 91 ii a ......... ...
papers with plants costing ........ ,0:1: P t2= .t i 4 i .. ........Getzens. ....".. .. 21 {11':37 p 902 a........... i.
freight Monday. of less dem- E. .... .... 110p 830a' 15: : .. .........1f4Lnesworth......... / 2J: ,} mp 855 a ........ -
up into the hundreds of more prominent' II. BARKER, formerly editor ........ 720 P 840 a...., .... ....Iluruett'ske... .... 27i : p 81.1 a .&.. .... JtfSays
........ 722 84'a ,.....i .....S.. F.kW.Juoetloa,.... 't 2t1'; //1'0 H-I.'a ......... : .
PENSACOLA now has thousands of dollars don't know ocrats seeking the nominationfor I of the Key West Herald, is ...... ..' 7 L. p 8,17 a 50 : ............\I\chua...... ...... ... 27 Pf40 a .... .... :. r
a paper ........ 733p: 859: a.... ; .. ,...........lIod..e......... .. I R J JIZ.1! If::Oa ......... ;'-'.- ..
1uiJI-t.he l only one in the State. anything about it," said a superannuated governor of Florida. It is now connected with the Call at .... .... 1;i., p 919a: .......}r.. ...._. ....O"C enl;}........ .....Lv :3t1! 4.: It i I.:. a .........- ..."' '"'"',' :'; ,

possible that not ono of those Jacksonville. I' 'V -' ',. ,
The paper manufactmed is a editor to a: representative as advertising ;ft.c.

brown manila quality, and is of the National Labor who are now seeking the office manager. Mr. Barker is a At Starke with F. (.*, .& J>. Railroad Savannah and Jaegsonv11J,. :' 'di '" '

will be nominated. It is Gainesville, Ocala, Tampa, Orlando cte. '
Tribune. "Let tell highly thorough. man having
intended to be used for me you newspaper .r : '
paper At Sampson Junction with O. S. & F. for Falatka,Valdostftfcllacon, etc.. ;" :::_
bags and wrapping poper. something about early enter probable, however, that been in the business many For furiher information call on or address, ?:-: .

prise. It was during the war, the list of annoncernents con- years, and will, no.doubt, meet ARTHUR MEIOS, GEO. TOMPSETT, 'kA:'i .

GAINESVILLE is working for down in Tennessee. I was run- tains the name of the one who with success on Jacksonville's Gen'l. M-inager: Jacksonville, Fla. Superintemlen.8ttrke.! Fla" -. ':t.:-

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the next-Democratic State Con- ning a weekly, tend Grant kept will be the next democratic can- nevv daB.'V.. "

,'ent\on\r to be held there. We everything out. There wasn'ta didate, and of course the next TAILOHTXG. .' :, J.,'>F", .
THE Spanish Cruiser Reina '* :
see no, reason why it should not sheet of paper in the town, governor. Each of the candi- ,JII'! "_,,.

be-lield there as Gainesville is and our Washington handpress dates should be given an im- >fercedes, captured at Santiago OtAtr.is 1J.;

easy reached from all parts of had broken, and the new casting partial showing. The man whois during the -SpanishAmericanwar I 1 well said that manners make the *::: .{
by the United States \ rnan.tut the more solid ingredient of ,
now .
Florida. recognized as being the fair- .\ -
to make it work .
necessary _.4.h .. character is also necessary to a true .<
was somewhere the road est and squarest should be at the Norfolk navy yard, has r' \' type of manhood. If a man has these both, .-;;
on -m and also has the good sense to dress well* ');-.'S',:.;'
CATTLE been JC' 4 "
are being shipped to with Grant's army between us. nominated. The interests of appraised at $73,000 by a 17 4 l s he will find the "latchstring out for him '11<, ..1'J{

Cuba by the thousands and if But I got there. A fellow Florida demand the services ofa naval boar The government, / ,'" all over the world. ;;. L. ..:. ...';'

it continues before long there ,smuggled in a wagonload of man whose democracy is unimpeachable it is said, will spend only as :- i ?. t ? FOR REALLY CORRECTNESS .": i':"::. .

will be none left in Florida tobuy. flour and who will be much money on the ship as will ; $ In Material, Style, Fit, Finish, and Gentle s J",1
done up in paper bags. a ; ; manly effect, you should order your tailor :
During the last fourteen The rest was There public servant in fact as well be required to preserve it. ; ."_' ing of !
easy. .was 7t
months the p ,* M. BORN & G. -.'r," :;.j.
shipment of beef a stranded 'circus in town. It as in name. _. _: ,
cattle to Cuba from Lee TIlE government's expensefor The Great Chicago Msrchszt Tailors ,' ;-'

county had: been there a year, and I service the Pacific ., .s:; r'p+1dt For over 20 Years the Leaders In the Cnston .' .i"
alonehasamounted tosomething TIlE ADVOCATE is indebted to transport on Trade. You can get a"BORN"Suit or Overcoat .? ;
used the .
elephant for a press.I for lest than is : i!}!
usually paid for inferior : .
since if'jr "
over $200,000. coast the war with lik iM )il' gcodsandtailoriQ. a" :
Comptroller Reynolds for : H."
put the form on the ground, a I1X AND M.XISII GUARANTEED. 1IS'. :;'."'S l a.
copy of a pamphlet recently issued Spain began has aggregated Tar*.XTuiMfr** Cfeio* EampUt to StUttfrtnn.DOUGLASS >.;.>'., ,
and placed a flour it. (!ILL '.t.It'
SECRETARY bags over ON r';.
Alger who has $5,930,218 of which $4,226,400was
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containing the laws for the l
resigned from the War Depart The elephant's keeper then expended in chartering 22 :i.7
assessment and collection of & ALDERMAN.
caused the brute to sit down on ,
ment will "-
.. concede the positionto vessels. The amount spent on ..,
and other
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revenue,' valuable in --
it and : .
we got twenty-eight Everybody So.Cascarets
Elihu Root, his successor, formation. these transports when theyVere Don't Tofceco: Spit ud Smote Tow Life tong : :
CandCaUlart.ic, the moat vrooderful ,
next first-class impressions, two more To quit tobacco easily: and forever.be ''' :1
Tuesday. President McKinley not in actual use, being held in medical d"sco\'eryof the age, pleasant mag ;
netic.full of
than-our circulation :" and refreshing to the taste,act gently life nerve and vigor take Jfo-To- ..
seemed very anxious"for required port either at San Francisco orat and posIUrely: on klJaejs,liver end bowels, .Bac.thewoader-'worier. that makes: weak men .. f"y
TimeS'Union CA.STCn.E.4.: deansint; the entire ajstcm dispel colds, trong. AH drugzl8tsCCcor: ; ,l. Cure gr.l.ran.ii '- :
)him l to resin from the:cabinet, ; and Citizen. Beau.the lam' bC41'i!:: hale lhtafs BDrttBu !!:. : Manila, is placed at $783-; 51.. cur headache, fever habitual constipationand teed. Booklet and sinopleree.. Adt1reu"C'- :- '':'>;;,
.. .. I biiioti5nes. I'Jeoeo buy and try a box Sterling Uenjedy-fa, Chicago or liewt Yorfc. .
: from the general appear. The ADVOCATE for Job Work -9 : .ta-- of C. C. C-to-day: J0f 25,50 cents. t oidtnu I << l

.a c! 1 : Subscribe for ADVOCATE.. Suartl.et I to cure by all drl1gg .U. The ADVOCATE l.CO a e ir. .,.



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.. SEVEN THOUSAND on, 91 drank carbolic acid, or THE Western Union Telegraph INDIANS AT SCHOOL. -' P..ovIsIoxs, HAY, GRAIN, ETC. c .<' '",81

Committed Suicide C3.2 per cent.. But this horri- Company has reduced its '" t _
Duringthe They Are Natural Musician: Icsd of sags "

Past Ycar-lUethods ble, burning-stuff was even rate..for messages from all partsof IJsh tat 1ea and Cootl CIctues. THEC.B.ROGERSCO' : }
A recent visit to tho Phosnix Indian :
and Causes.From more, popular with the female Florida to Jacksonville, Tampa -
school, California, was a revelation '. 1
the New York Evening World. suicides, 70 of them, or 83.8 per : and St. Augustine. The I IMPORTERS AS3 WHOLESALE GROCERS. '" of
:: in some respects. The writer Si,
N Something like 7,000 of the cent taking carbolic to end their former rate from DeLahd to has known the Pima Indians on JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. ii

r 0. 70,000,1000 inhabitants of the earthly troubles. Paris green, Jacksonville was 40 cents per their reservation cs n fieico, sullen Provisions, Grain, Hay, Flour, Grits, Meal, Etc.: 1

United States took their own laudanum, arsenic, antimony ten words or less. The new obstinate and cruel lot of savages: SOLE AGENTS FOR Our business confined U the '

lives during the past.,. year. The strychnine and morphine all rate is 25 cents. ? There is a cor- with a record secoi.il to not even the Fairbank Canning Co. Lion Erand I trade only. Orders from consumers :.

vital statistics of 47 cities report had their victims, while two responding reduction to New Apaches for honible! butcheries of neither solicited nor de.. -;.
white settles and: unspeakable barbarities Canned ?teats. S sired. .
an aggregate of 2,331 of prisoners man and a woman York and other points.-Volusia upon their enemies in war '

these. The rest were denizensof -who could not get either of County Tlecord. fare. It was therefore a surprise to Quotations Made ProSpty On ApplicationSTARKE' ,

the rural districts. There the poisonous drugs, bad to exercise ECO over 150 of the boys and girls of re9f t

were reported also 1G4 attempted their genius in Persons troubled with diar- thc o desert savage come marchinginto 1 Y .
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with -
suicides, of which 103 were their own lives. rhoea will be interested in the chapel military pro ..-. {:,

men and Cl women. The woman soaked matchesin experience of Mr. W. M:. Bush, cision, dressed:: in handsome, neat :
fitting garments, wearing linen U. D. lVIINER.i
A study of the causes leadingto water and drank the water clerk of Hotel Dorrance, Provi- shuts:: ami with their hair brushed

the desire to be out of the thus poisoned, while the man. dence, R. I, He says : "For with PS much nicety as that of s

world and the methods adoptedin caught a number of big black. severalyears I have been almost city dude. = FLAWATCHMAKER .

a constant sufferer from But the surprise!: not end thero
self-execution interesting spiders and ate tl1em.IIo'V's .
When the opening hymn was announced AND JEWELER
diarrhoea the
- Data on these points is not frequent attacks ,
of the Indian
one Apache
compiled by the statisticians, This ? completely prostrating me and girls, who ten months before was JOHN'S BRICK BLOCK, 1st DOOR WEST OF R:it '

,.', but an examination of 808 We offer One Hundred Dol- rendering me unfit for my du- running wild on tLo desert south of
.. cases
'; the Gila readily turned to the Best Assortment Watches Clocks and Jewelry in the .,
or suicide reported in a single lars Reward for any case of Ca- ties at this hotel. About two : number City
ecu: handing the writer the
tarrh that cannot be cured by a traveling salesman Special and Prompt Attention Given to
New York years ago Repairing. Charges to sni
daily newspaper .. book, asked in good Er.glish: : if he

during the year will throw some Hall's Catarrh CureF. kindly gave me a small bottleof w uld) not take part with them the stringency of the thnest. :

light on the subject. J. CHENEY & CO., Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera Some of 1 them t-it: g splendidly! cud: Old Gold bought or taken in exchange.

and Diarrhoea Remedy. Muchto Professor Hall, the superintendent( ,
Proprietors t
Of these 80S suicides 021 were my surprise and delight its of the Fchcol l, says they are natural J

. ... ;H males and 187 females-77 and Toledo, Ohio. effects were immediate. Whenever musicians. Seveiul of the youngei --

We, the undersigned, have felt of DECK have: leairtd to play the organ,
! : ; 23 per cent. respectively. It I svmntoRs the di-
V and with the Fici.ch will
,i known F. J. for the I would harp they
sease fortify myself a-
be said
may passing that this make: an average city gamin ashamed CANDY
J is about the proportion as be- last 15 years, and believe him gainst the attack ;with a few of l.1im c1f. Hugh Patton, ono of

': honorable in doses of this valuable l remedy. the monitors the r CATHARTIC
tween the sexes in suicide in perfectly all busi- sadsfactory plays piano very ;,
The result has been -
very well, having picked the accomplishment
I'i' ness transactions and financially
this .-
country. and almost complete re- up without any instruction.

i f The law makes it a. misdemeanor able to carry out any obligation -- lief from the affliction." For This Indian is a peculiarity in Indian

;: punishable by a year's made by their firm. sale by J. L. Gaskins, Drug : life. Some years ago ho had
learned: tho English language: and }
WEST & TJIUAX Wholesale gist.
, imprisonment to self- CURE CONSTIPATION
attempt acted as an interpreter from that

murder in the state of New Druggists, Toledo, O. The Coining\ Woman time till tho opcniiig of the school, e
WALDIXG, KINXAI & MABVIN which he entered, where'he has
York lOc
I but far be ]learned
so as can -
, Wholesale Who goes to the club while> her since icir.r.ined. He discarded W3 ALL
from figures this law has Druggists, Toledo, 25c 5Oc: DRUGGISTSTHE
op- husband tends tho baby as well at Indian name find assumed: an English
erated neither the Ohio. and in the three has 1*A
to lessening the good old-fashioned woman who ; one, years
..... ..
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
"; acquired a good English education.He .
of attempts at suicide nor to looks after her home will both at .
internally, acting directly upon is of medium size, rather dark,
the increase in the percentage the blood and mucous surfacesof times, get run clown in health. but with the appearance of a stu I : .:

. '?} of successful attempts. the system. Price 75c. per They WIll be troubled with loss li dent. lIe has done much to induce! ; G RD.VENEW .

.,. Unrequited love, popularly bottle. Sold by all Druggists.: appetite, headachoa, sleeplessness, his people to adopt civilization and YORK WORLD "
is of course a warm friend of the .
+,Y:: !supposed to be the chief among Testimonials free. fainting or dizzy spells. The most school. 1 1

Hall's Family Pills the wonderful remedy for theso women THEICE-A-WEEg EDITION.
are (
the motives for suicide claims
Jf' An advantage here is that the

only forty victims in list of best. is Electric Bitters. Thousands boys arid girls aro in dose proximityto
a -S
..' of sufferers from lame back their relatives and friends and tA14t The !Ptrikciug and Important event
390 suicides in which I the 1 motive 1S' of the last have established thooverwnelming
'. STATE NEWS.An \nd weak kidneys rise up and callit are allowed to visit back find forth, 1 I,' year
is given while ill health which could net be tho in value of THE TrunCEA -
I case a ELI
b1e sed. It i a tha medicine fox
"'EtK WORLD to reader. Ji\ r
: ,, : every
caused 77 devils to take foreign school. This is of double i
poor ostrich feather factory is vomen. Female complaints and advantage, for the educated chil- ... F ar an almo nominal, sum it has kt'ptt:
their own lives the u subscribers informed of the f''sv4 "
largest pro;;
to be erected in Jacksonvillesoon. nervous troubles of all kinds are dren, visiting their parents, brothers I.

': '- number assigned to anyone loon Relieved by the Usia of Electric and sisters, tend to raise; them in the of all our war3 and, moreover, lu> reported -
them as promptly fully
plane of civilization, and the changeon
r B.tera. Delicate
. t women as if it were a daily. With our iltit rti -
. The tho reservation during tho last .
: Domestic affliction made ]life prisoners in the jail at should keep thia remedy on hand ; 11"i I r' .'. ests .still extending throughout Ill'
yesr is ir.r.ikcd.; The boys are allowed \ ; t ,
:: worthless to 74 and business Jacksonville attempted to escape to build up the system.' Oulv 5V to go home two weeks in the -..:...'t-;= .- )t;.. b j world with our troops operating in
< t't f I.\t the and the gre-it Pre-+i-
v- troubles to 40, while 03 self-de one night last week by summer: and federal aro allowed' to -": Philippines

driven cutting the bars of the cells in- Jlif go end assist! :: in planting the crops. Oera'Ar"; f! dential l campaign, too, &t hand i i--;
stroyers were to despair E L.E
When they leave tli0 school, they J iJI value is further increase'
death because to, but., were. detected before ;. The motto of Tnt Tnnicn-.i-TV' ,
nndt, they were -;;; v. are given: their Indian clothes, but y.
\MI &
unable to find work by which they carried out their purpose. ";" f f\" ""' i.J : they never: fail to return wearingbetter III WORLD te improvement. It strive*
( ct 'least H such year to be better than it wa ti" +? '_
nr.1!, RICAt or mote expensive: :
they could earn a living. There are now less .E
emlt.yhouses uC
II 'f, M8i clothing than the school furnishes .4 :year before, and public confidentin +
Thirty-one who had in Gainesville than it Is' shown the fact that it nc."/
persons there { ;: them. by
committed crime killed them- has been for a long time. Al- Y/..,/ .iEt BJ iE" W' >I' At times tho Indian boys aTe allowed f .I iii circulates more than twice as many
\ t. T week as other n+-n.-
>. iYi to work on the:: fruit farms papers every any
selves afterward, but the sta- most every house in the city is .j.... in Asi.er .
't Aparaphletor Snfo-cafica ccctaWjstrsct adjoining the school, end they are paper, not a daily, published -

tistics do not make it clear occupied, and in fact, housesare 0 lain of Palent l he'laws!!.,showing('"vep.t*,How Trade to//-., given their wages to spend as they IS JUST AS GOOD FOR ADULTS. ':.,d."We.

whether remorseful consciences in demand.-Gainesville .t14rkl: .-e.s, Coprri-rhts.HUNH: A trot CO.lruA/ '::',JiAdd. ; plea so. They usually invest thorn WARRANTED.: PRICE 50ctt:, offer this unequaled newspaper

or fear of punishment made Sun. ._.-s3Sl.. Xeor nruhvay TorhA ;;'; V in clothing, and some of them have Paris Medicine Co.St.Louis.G.uATIA.Ir.r.s.Nov.lG.lS:13.Mo. : and FLORIDA WEEKLY ADVOCAIK iu.

.. "'-..... -- '.j>;, expensive hiiits. They; do their work Gentlemen-We sold:: last y<5ar. COO bottles of gather one :year for SI.50.\
them do it.Fiftynine. Several counterfeit dimes ., : .i- well and their labor is preferred to GUOVE'8 bought three TASTELESS cross alrerdy CHILL this rear.TOSIC In all and\our have ex- The regular 811bCPI t'tiara price of

other reasons were that of the Mexicans. When they penenco of 14 years In the drug business have the two papers is!: $.OO.
have been discovered in Fer- never sold on artirle that gave such un1vcr.l4lsa.ti&o
are out working this way, they; not faction as ;your (lIlic. Vours truly
;' given in as To AJ .CARR C0.
many cases. :EY .t ---
nandina. A remarkable feat-
50 YEARS1 only earn the wages, but they learnto

v ppite his wife one man set lire ure in connection with them is aEXPERIENCE depend upon themselves.This .

to a corn crib in which he had that they appear old and worn. :: idea of tho industrial branchof P. C. &P. RAILROAD])

'it .k; ,': taken refuge and was burned It is certain they have been in Professor the school Rich.is His conception theory is thatit of ATTENTION IS CALLED Arrival and Departure of Trains at Starke.

.' up. A woman inhaled gas be- circulation for several :years. "" is impossible to take a savage'and Schedule in effect June 11, 'OD.
To the fact that J
cause her husband objected to so educate him in letters and science we are now II
a fa Suwannee Democrat. TRADE MARKS I No. 9, South bound, leaves Star!:;()
; her riding a bicycle unattended DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS that he will be able to successfully prepared to do first class Job 10:30 a. m., for Waldo Gainesviil'-,
There has been quite a fatal &.C. take hold of any of the higher
after dark. A man hanged Anyone sending; sketch and description may Cedar Key Ocala, Tampa, OrlanU
life in other words
ascertain branches in or, Workjhaving received new
Quickly our opinion free whether
ity the horses in the an ..
among sec- invention Is probably patentable.. Commanlec. and all South Florida points.No.
himself to, the bedpost because tions strictly confidential. Handbook Patentslent that it is impossible to make a Greek
tion of country west and \Jorth. free. Oldest agency: for securing patents. out of a half naked savage Machinery, Type, Etc.: 10, North bound,leave Starke
JI(!. .:'> his. wife wouldn't read the Bible Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive professor for Fernandina Jacksonville
2:15 -
trial notice, without charge In the p. in.,
'< west of this place. The disease but he docs argue that they can
to him, and a woman whodidn't cienfific Lake City, Tallahassee: Penea-
of be made good citizens, able to read OUR PRICESWe
to be and
.. : seems a new type cola and all points North.
', like the new hencoop A handsomely illustrated weekly. Lirt!'est dr. and write, nnd, more than all, to
"" has proven fatal in most cases dilation of any scientific Journal. Terms$3 a No. 13, South bound, leaves Starts
0 f cremated herself in it. year: four months,$L sokbyallnewsdealerko.3s1sroadway *. support themselves by tilling the
.. "\, ,,-,. when attacking the animal. MUNH fi New York soil. After this point is reached make as low as possiblein 1007 for Waldo, Ocala, Wildwood
: Of the methods resorted Tavares Orlando
to Leesburg, ,
'" '" Mr. Fletcher living Dover Branch Office! 625! F EL.Washington.D.C. they will rise higher themselves Tampa,
order to suit the times.
'! and all points South.
in the SOS cases of self-murder and of their own inclination until
lost three horses in quick suc- No. 14 North bound,leaves Starke:
; the last instinct of the will ,
; reported 230 men shot themselves CUT THIS OUT savage
4 j :'" wlk cession, and several other par- have disappeared. Louis Globe- OUR WORKWill 5 40 a. m., for Baldwin, Jacksonville,
J\: while 144 took poison, SPECIAL OFFER !NO. 23S. Democrat. Lake City, Tallahassee, Peneacola,
ties have lost one each.-Plant]

.:. '., 70 died by hanging, 52 by illuminating Courier. Send it to ns with $3.00 and be first class in X Orleans and all Northern points.
'1J City every
-1;. 30 drowned we win mail you one easy ic'ilen, they Effect of Injuries to Plant For information address,
:. gas, doicu boifi of Dr. absolutely car*Con*
Buntrr'l Speofic /r etipeUon, LiverPlluthepruroof According to an English author. A trial will convince D. GREEN, Agent, Starke: Fl: .
t respect.
t themselves, 30 cut their throats which are 25 rtt I" and Complaint Kidney,SICK ity, when a plant is bruised or injured A. O. ii1AcDON ELL, G. 1'. A.,

,;k 1&,' and 14 leaped from high places CASTOR a besun You box lu I Bad lan tben.,1\watch tin /f,+ t t ach Lhood.andStom Headache troubles.the bad injiny way a condition arises you of this fact.DON'T 202 West Bay Street.Jacksonville .
''if'f. r
'.. to be smashed by the fall. For Infants and Children. yoarfnend.andthe pills emong iliuetretionbothciwetrb This ii an exact which exactly corresponds to what Florida.
will hare cost taelseauddrtailot 1 we term fever. The rate of respiration '
p ) Only 12 females used powder The Kind You Have you nothing! but a little the Se ed. The case SENDYour .
: Always Bought trouUe. })r. ilnn!er' i* nlcke'iilver. the, increases, and the temperature
work American
Specific Filia *
.r1t ,$ and bullets in killing themselves : bare a wonderful being made by of the parts affected is considerablyraised.
Bears theSignature reputation. / toe Anacm:*
6 e A-7iSS. ClorkCa, The disturbance has its work from home Skin Diseases.
C.4 per cent, that is to of. large whoaatrade.. pe- away
sate riod of increase, reaches a climax
say, 103, took poison; 9 hanged art and nrrk it and subsides as does ordinary fever. when you can get it done with For the speedy and permanent cure ct

: : themselves 23 inhaled 17 tetter salt rheum and eczema. Cham
gas, Indeed the increase in temperatureis
.. neatness and dispatch, right berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment Is
Here's Your Chance 1
: threw themselves into the water quite as great as if not greater without an equal. It relieves the itch-

FOR i than in animals. This opens a wide Ing and smarting almost instantly and
5 died from self-inflicted SALE AT A BARGAIX.3 .- 1
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field for investigation and discussion its continued use effects a permanent
If i ., cuts and stabs and 10 took the x' lots of valuable City property and one which will be followed here.WRITE OR CALL cure. It also cures Itch barber's Itch

death leap. situated within a halfstone's t up by lovers of nature and its very scald head hands sore chronic nipples, itching piles end
.' chapped sore eyes
: ". Of 37 suicides by cuts andS throw of the depot, fac- interesting phenomena.ow York granulated lids.

ing Madison St. on the North, 4 ua Ledger. for our prices.

' stabs, 32 cut their throats, 16 Clierry St. on tne East Church ... Dr. C iy's Condition Powders for
an xttoY
beats ;
I ; The Worklions horses the best tonic blood purifier
n d f rtea Largest ADVOCATE PDB. CO.
' of them using razors. Fiveet' Street on the South and the F. I who low notb sl- deen.4tlnaccaretdy,rladutg To the city of Liverpool must be vermifuge. Price cents. Sold by

i t r women. drew razors across their C. & P. Railroad on the West.Is ; ate tngbuteccuv.t mepircea % r tasted.atrougfyto awarded the somewhat doubtful

r :'-; throats.. Only one in twelve an ideal location for an ice : their so factory.oat ef itcrea m.deandxilstn.fit 5OCLAienu distinction of having the biggest Hemmingway Building, SEVERaL. TRrSTWORTHY-
! '.f. and nletnwn coin Vg rwni-y by rlUc both WaNTED in this state to manage our bust-
'. factory or a lumber yard. Easy nedrtae and watch. Ton ran bt.y a more expmuiv* watch, workhouse in the \v rlcL This huge and nearby counties. It 13
: of the men "turned on the gas, but you cannot boy abrtter tune-keeper or one that win ftanaTocfh nesK In their own
Starke Florida.
h reached from all sides. For UWITB hal to well 7B Filth ATennr. institution has ample accommodation mainly office work conducted at tiom Sal-
Ii. k while in eight of the erKcuic PILL co.. KKW voaK. K.V- ary straight 1900 a year and expense*-daflnitobonaQde.
one women sale for inmates which Monthly
cheap. Good reasons: for 5,000 hap no more. no lees salary.

, i fA IJtiii' Bought death in this way. selling. Address, i Na-To-Bae for Fifty Cent pily, is scarcely ever needed .at one To Core Constipation Forever t75.stamped References.envelope. Herbert Enclose E.self-addressed Het;+. Prest.

-t': "' "Of 144 males who took pois- I J. S. W., care this Office. Guaranteed tobacco hatdt core makes Rest time Take Cascarets. Candv Cathartic lOc or 250.UC.dC. Dept. M.. Cnlcago. Mention ADVOCATE &ewriting. &
T swear:: ,blood; iwre SCc: .tL All@razgistsS fall to cure,drnggtstc refund mosey. 1

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LOCAL HAPPENINGS.{ Wreck: on the A., S. R. & G. (gL c5 525-52F c.'E:@ I D.V._ Edwards, of Lawtey, relatives] ill Oxford, Ga., nri ae- Sheriff from, Marioi* '"'-

There was a collision Sunday Iml PERSONAL NOTES. v II I I spent :Monday in Starke. i rived here Friday, and is the county" came up yesterday and

ITEMS OF INTEREST iN CONDENSED FORM night on tlie Atlantic, Suwan- 1 Re :- Holeman is spending a guest of Rev Steinmyer. Ever relieved Sheriff Denmark of a-

# -LOCALJ FERSOKAL AND SOCIAL. nee River & Gulf, railway at the ( Js7..52S"2-52.5iL S"8"2f C l1 few days at White SlH'ings.this }* one here nearly is acquainted prisoner who was wanted in the*

TJie best flour atWater White's. shops. Engine No. 101, with D. T. Rivers made a business I week' :" with Mr. Blackburn as he aforesaid county for some of

Engineer Wheeler at the throttle trip to Lawtey Tuesday. was pastor of the :Methodist fence. .
-ground corn meal at1Vhite's. was coming into town from Louis W. Hill, one of Lawtey's -
Miss Loca Sweat is visiting : church at this place for three The furniture, which was left-
citizens in
Sampson and the prominent was I
just as :
friends in Waldo this week. Starke I years, and while here done' j in i the house occupied by Col.
Bring us your job work. We engine reached the switch of the Monday/ much toward the betterment of Martin, was moved out Hon.

can please you. side track in which was the :Maj. St. Clair-Abrams passed A. H. Johns paid the ADVOCATE the church. day

'Skinless and Boneless regular passenger engine and through the city Sunday en office a pleasant call Tuesday -
... .. at'Vhite's.Old coach and the Florida Central route South.T. afternoon. Our baby has been continually The finest flavoring extracts- "
and Peninsular engine and cab, P. Wall]), who has been in Wm. Parker, of New River, troubled with colic and cholera at ,'t

papers for sale at this office which pull logs to Jacksonville, Gainesville the past was infantum since his birth, Jfo-To-t for fifty Cents.
year, was a guest at the New Com- Gtzaranv3ecl tobacco habit cur,makes weak
20 cents per hundred. instead of coming on the main visiting in Starke last week. mercial Tuesday and all that we could do for him( tuna strong blood pure. 600.U. AU dnalris

'V.ANT .-To sell 10,000 line she suddenly turned into did not seem to give more than -

new mosquito nets. G. C. Liv the siding and crashed into the Rev. G. T. Leitner filled his L. Monrose, of New Orleans, temporary relief, until we triedChamberlain's 0. A. KNIGHT

ingston. Florida Central and Peninsular regular appointment at the La., was registered at the New Colic, Cholera ,
Baptist church here
Go to :Morgan's at all times cab before the steam could be Sunday. Commercial Saturday. and Diarrhoea Remedy. Sincegiving --DEALER IN -
C. A. Haynes, who has beenworking J. that he has been The Finest
for shut off. Capt. C. Richard, who has remedy ---
: prices on any thing in the
Stationery line. The damage was not very in Jacksonville, visit been sick with a bad attack of troubled. We want to give you

great; however, the cab was ed his parents here this week. fever, is able to be out again.' this testimonial PS un evidenceof : FAMILY GROCERIESAT -
Mr. J. R. Davis is
making torn up considerably, and the Mr. Brooks Shipman, one oLawtey's f :Mrs. Chas. Grant and little our gratitude, n&t that yon -
arrangements to have his residence need it to advertise THEn
train did not your
out prominent
passenger get young gen child arrived Tuesday and are
papered and in i SMALLEST PRICES IN
the painted until about 8 o'clock.It tlemen, was: in the city Sunday.R. visiting Dr. and Mrs. J. O. remedy.-G. M. LAW, TOWN.

near future. is thought that some one Keokuk, Iowa. For sale by J.
L. Sparkman, one of Lake Haynes. Fine Candies Chew
The dog tax meets with general must have tampered with the Butler's L. Gaskins, Druggist. ?.

approval and so does ourgoods. switch, as it would hardly have was visiting prominent in the city citizens last, ville's J. J. Gillen, one of Jackson Messrs. Richard & Pace have ing Gum, Etc. Full .

Morgan Bros.V. been left open by the train Sunday. prominent young gentlemen added greatly to the appearanceof line Cigars and. To. --
was in the city this weekon --
R. Prevatt has received: hands. their large two-story building r
E. D. Prevatt of GreenCove business. bacco. Give
one me a trial.KNIGHT .
some fine iron fencing, which :Mr. Wm. Agin, who was on Call street, next to the

_, r Ieis having placed around his sleeping in the cab at the time Springs' most prominentgentlemen Rev. F. It. Holeman was very Florida. Central and Peninsularrailroad O. A.

the engine crashed into it was in Starke on ill last Sunday, but managed to ,
lot at Crosby cemetery.A wasnot by having a new water
at all business this week. fill his appointment at the Episcopal Starke} Florida.
injured but was pipe put up, and they contemplate ,
man before the :Mayor i is .
shook up thoroughly. Hon. C. E. Lipford, of Green church. repairing the awning i in .
in ticklish
a position. We sell
musical goods of all kind. :Morgan i DuBose Jones. Cove Springs, was in the city Mrs. W. H. Davis, who was front of the store some time i in The Peoples Market

-S. Bros. :Monday on a visit to Capt. and very ill several weeks ago, i is the near f utnra.e ,

Mr. James DuBose, one oWorthington's >f Mrs. J. C. Richard. much better, and is able to b Health Officer Dr. Stewart V. A. CROSBY, Proprietor.
Mr. ,
Harry Steinmyer workedin popular young R. M. Kickliter left Tuesday up and about. made a business to Dealer in
trip Lawtey Fresh Meats Beef
the freight department of the gentlemen, and Miss AliceJones ; s1 fl
for Ormond, where he will 1 Mrs. L. B. Monday for the of
Epperson yesterday purpose e?x-
Florida Central Peninsuiarrailroad "
and of
Hampton, were happily Pork Ham
few spend several weeks visiting his for her home in Bartowafter amining the sanitary conditionof Sansage, ,
a days last week. united in the holy bondsof sister
Mrs. E Strange. spending a few days herewith the town, and directed property -
The Thrice-a-Week Worldand matrimony at the residenceof Orders delivered to of
Miss Leila. Alvarez, after a friends and relatives.Mrs. owners to have their premises any part
.. the ADVOCATE both for one the bride's parents Sunday cleaned the City on short notice.
at the low morning at 11 o'clock, JamesF. pleasant visit in {Jacksonville, R. T. Richard and little up thorough: so .
year extremely priceof with Mrs. Delia Crews returned as to ]prevent any disease there.Such GIVE ME 1i TRI L.
children of
$1. ,O. Kickliter, Notary Public, of Tampa, arrived i in
Starke, officiating.Mr. home last Thursday night. the city Sunday, and are visiting a proceeding should be W A CROSBY, Starke, Ha. '
Don't forget that will do enacted here.
we DuBose is one of'Vorthington's Prof. A. Hercules, who has firs Iticharc1's parents, ),,11'. .

your printing. Circulars, Note; most respected young an excellent summer school a t and Mrs. L. D. ..Wall.W. The city council has been S.J. COLEMAN '
Bill and Letter
heads ,
printedcheap. men, while the bride is a New River, was home on a visit E. Dobbins and W. H. meeting regularly every nightin
Call on or write four or the council Boot,, and Shoe Repairing.
charming young lady who hasa last.... Saturday and Sunday.F. Shannon, two prominent gentlemen rooms

prices. host of friends. H. Elmore, Auditor of the of Baltimore, are guests Hemmingway building< for the. Shop at residence in Thomasville.x .

The doors and blinds for the We join in with their many A., S. B. & G. Ry., arrived i in at the New Commercial, and purpose of revising the city to Following are a few of my prices:
handsome new brick buildingleing friends in wishing them a longand will books and obtaining an idea of Half t t-olea for.Ladies' shoes 2..i cents; -- -=- :..
the be here
city Friday, and paid off probably for several Half eolea for rnens' .l
: shoes, 30 to
< erected by J. G. Alvarez, happy life. the financial standing of our rooI.I.
the hands of the road Saturday.Miss days. ceuts; Patches, 5 to 15 cents. I also-
Lave arrived and will soon be town. repair harness at reasonabla prices..
A New Wolford, the efficientmilliner M. L. Johns, who has been Give
placed in position.We Enterprise "I have used Chamberlain's me a trial. S-.tlsfaction; guar-
of the W. B. HnynesCompany confined to his bed with rheumatism anteed.
don't like the idea of Messrs. Truby & Davis, who Cough Remedv( }" in my family I
left :Monday for Baltimore l| for several weeks i is
selling goods at prices beyond1he own a mineral spring several 1 for years and always with good To PATENT good Ideas:
where she will spendthe much better, and we hope ho I may be secured by
reach of the people, and miles out of ..town, have purchased result' yrtys: Mr. \\'. B. (Cooper i I,I our aid. Addreaa,
summer. will soon be able to be out i THE PATENT RECORD,
have marked our goods do"nbeap. bottUng. apparatus, of El Rio, Cal! "For small Btltlntor.UdL-

<. Morgan Bros. I which they- will take out to the Irs.J.Y. Morgan, who has again. [ children we find it especiallyeffective. : I fiubscrlptio&s to Tb:Patent Beccrd ILUOpet* jinJtJ-

spring and will bottle water been visiting her parents: in Mrs. J. B. Loet, who has ." For sale by J. L. ; Whiskey h"ta

There will be a picnic at the'there. The water from the Waldo for the past few weeks, been visiting Mr. and Mrs. S.H. Gaskins, Druggist.Are > P I,; -U .Vi 1 cured pain at Book home -without *rtlculars -
New River ,": Mat F"Rl .
long bridge to-mor- spring is pure and very healthy, returned to her home in this Crews, returned to Jacksonville t,. ...... iiSi.. P.M WOOtUK CO.
TOW. There will be fine music you thinking of purchasing : L. UdDeantr vIDe*. 101\ Kwth iTjor 8t
and is used by many in the city : city Saturday. Tuesday afternoon, where &
and a piano? If so, write Lac(1-
dancing, and every one during the summer. she will remain several: days before !. Blood peep. ...
:Misses Clara and Gracie den & Bates' Southern MusicHouse Clean blood
may expect a good time.A Ug- means a clean akin:: No
will going to Savannah.J. bnuty without it. C'aacarcta
They no doubt find a 10after ,Candy Catnar-
a pleasant visit of Fred liana, manager, ti.: clean your blood and keep it clean by
moonlight night, the front ready sale for this water, which several days with :Miss Cressie : B. Tennent, foreman of the 29!) East Bay: Street, Jacksonville el rripg rities U from p the the lazy body.liver and driving allim-

porch, a girl and a guitar makes is one of the best mineral Boaz, returned to their home Atlantic, Suwannee River and Florida. pi bt dish pimples,boils' blotches Begin, blackheadg

u pretty )picture. The guitar1uaes waters in the State.Mayor's Sunday evening. Gulf railroad shops at this Fine pocket cutlery at 'hite'>'s. ar Cs ii-1 x 3 that,art eatisfactioaguaianteed.10ca33c.o0c.t?'sickly,-beauty bilious for complexion ten cents. by AH taking dru. l :
a pretty sound if it i is
Court. ,Yo A. Ilutson I place, has moved into the green -.cT w --.-.........._ _'_. ....__........., ...__._ _
purchased from :Morgan Bros. agent for the ---- ------ ---- -

Before buying a Piano, Organ Night Policeman Roman Alvarez Atlantic, Suwannee River &I cottage Col. J. ,R.formerly, Martin, on occupied Call St.by G. M.\ SPAEKMAN & CO.DE.Ill '

in arrested Chas. Cummings Gulf Ry., accompanied by C. '
; or anything the musical l *
and Abe Battes : R. Jones made Miss Clara McClenny, whom
Monday business
line write call evening a tripto : ns IX- .
or Luddeii &
m for disturbing the LaCrosse Monday. been visiting Mrs. J. L..

Bates' Southern Music House, They were brought peace.before Gaskins, left for Fernandina HIGH GBADE WHISKIES.: -
29 East Bay Street Jacksonville
John D. Alderman
,'Fla. Mayor Liddon Tuesday morning a Monday, where she will spend Rye WhNJvoy; $2 to $:> per gallon.: Corn Whiskey, $2 to S2.50 per gallon

at 9 o'clock. Both pleaded business trip to Hagan, Columbia several weeks with friends be- Rum, ?2 to S2.CO por ;!nllon. pphUrandy.. S2.50 to $3 per gallon. Peach _

A. G. Powell, sole owner and I guilty to the charge and Co., this week, where some fore returning to her home iii Bran(ly, $_.50 to $3 per gillou; \\"hitc \ST)-.at Whiskey!: 52.50 per gallon. .

proprietor of Dr. Powell] were of his relatives reside. lie drove McClenny.Mrs. Prompt attention paid to all orders I'
Hued $3 and costs each.A .
*Never Fail" Fever Cure, i is there by private conveyance. JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.
A.. E.. "MViwrsn

manufacturing that valuable medicine large supplyof which'] is :New Drug that Store.It Mr Geo. Lutz. of Dade City, (by for Pablo, accompanied: reported Dr. N.
he is selling to the trade. W. who has been agent at High- Mrs. Lula Miller and Misses =-- ......._- ..... -----. -::- -
Francis intends -- .
to open a first- land for the F. C. & P., has Eva :Miller and Ruby Powell. I -

Morgan Brothers are havingthe class drug store in the new brick been transferred the J. '
to office at She has been very ill for sometime F. P. } y
interior of the lower floor building eiug erected by J. G.Ah.arez this place, and is now night McMurry
but hopes the change will ",
of the IIemmingway on Call street.
building operator. benefit her health.] DE I ER IX -
painted and relitted, which will I He will keep a full line of I \:

be occupied as soon as finishedby I'i drugs, toilet articles, etc., and Mrs. E. E. Canova, after a :Mr. J. J. Young, our former GROCERIES, FRESH AND FINE. A NEW .

T. A. Knight as a store. j jWe I will handle only the finest goodson : pleasant visit with her mother, i express agent, after working a LOT
the market. Mrs. D., L. Alvarez, left Monday few days in Jacksonville, decided FINE PICKLES, CAN GOODS, ETC. ...:

of the were finest presented poaches with haveseen one I I: --- --- ----- I I'i I for Jacksonville, where she Starke suits him best, i FRUITS, CIGARS AND TOBACCO. .
this year Saturday by Mr. << : will remain several days beforegoing and is now in the employ of I MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURSroOds .

to Charlotte N. C. the Florida Central and Pe iin.
Lacy Edwards. Thn peach was
grown: on .\. D. Dyal's place If Mr. 0. O. Johns returned to sular railroad at this place.C. "

about Jive miles south of Starke. I, i never steps because the weather & this city Sunday night from L. Lyvers, who has beenin N Bicycles $115.75

P. L. Gaskins is putting upa i \1 isv-arm. .Ii l Valdosta, where he has been residing the employ of the: Florida 400.f the:famo.e$ Iroquois Model 3 j :.... }

telephone line from his home 1 Then why stop taking a for some time. lIe will Central and Peninsular. railroad I W IROQUOIS CYCL'E'wORKslrlrUD _
I SCOTT'S EMULSION jij' n.ainlj built.an* .a bus b.odht 4
to the drug tore, and hopes to'' i limply because it's summer? j i f remain with his family for a at Gainesville, and work-! 't ejele We.t20a.4u Cnwt d sad.lb.eompleta dolix.WI\h Made 1&w.to/OUlt.d.l IM.atire Sell at 1a t I.M..s...ni4'M

have it working condition inj I i t1 Keep taking it It win heal your Jt few weeks before,going back. ed here with the company for,i:' I they m OQUOISBICYCLE&&SI6-thW.,1u&>M lUnd oar btu.o...: and M.s mk fcT.\be tesKlaiti nartcUa to wU tfcw' u.o..s0.M"T..4......... ,::_.

n day or so. ,Telephones are; lungs, and make them strong. for j| II. E. Williams left Satur- I several -months last winter as j I II .; ,.'- j'i aze.cncuJap-OF3CR1PS019 datafam.as..ariwh.nfatb..oq.adtadquiig.dtUUMt IroqJIodd.III'.u bewato n. ;'
getting a start here now and'before : 11 another winter. I """ AMriptioO.Sktlby IX to.MMftlM*
tnbinf J
A tvo-pUe eraak.cld.cuWe .
long they will be all over, U see.and'Leo; all artnag.CVZtL A't i day for Ulmers, S. C., where night operator, returned lastj i __- -.t-?'Pw..J bU'k urn tnaran and L ra-1 1I'P&d.eovh- preen;GnU'femhulM fnm
the city. "' ...)9X I1! he will visit relatives for a few Thursday and accepted a posi- \ .SENDUb. f 0 a V-E Rftl L' fin .'y'.,.!It..at."P:r_".+.eq..pa.broqi"PDt'anted..rura&tH ud...111>otlt..rehtTrw! Oar_. Written wart UJ-Omtrmmtet wk.tli.rU tion as assistant day <.K.*to intl"1'P"'"'. If T,, den't And it the a..t ship CO D.frU>*Mla1lN(t ILK. M dperator. .
days before i Skye OS'W" ..
returning to r-n OweEK TO.I t Y if jroa don t. tt to t* .Bai .1.IIMIIMou_-
O STOn.: :::.. .. Ye;Stable: dLupponrU-1. IiOWUI.4..tfor rah foU witk .
D RO PSY B tadlPS. Have cored HiWEE BICYCLE"eolDp&&al sr.. ........ .
d. '
a Le.Neb'ad.balsll.Nu -
Bean tit ThJ Kisd YjaHawAJFSI 1 1 Et; : JlipAt" .. many thousand ca-ies position with the Rev. Fred Blackburn: l pastor: .! la 8ftr'J, town t.npaw' .... > them b1cyOI.! 1... wb.2i
:1ccept// r-n.'fLl. I
called hopeless. for 1: ; also F.-oo raar..a.d. ear.e slag : : for..etde..l \
In U cnk
1 days atleVot Suwannee River & aS t1I. ra ... 1rmefor"UNral w._ ......,... .. f'
e./ t :: Gulf of the yleth Miami I I patent. Enl.@I"e: Bteyeie lfaa.e IB tSe .rIot.D4 aM y.f.cL'f"lic .pr.y..itl.a.. b. i :
otlat.chnrclt at .
ds K J M. TtoStimt'nia1l"'d SOraUAnnptotlSremoY'j Clwaro to az:1n.--cqllP".zJ&IIJ>>O-: 4.W.'I".ry.F .. :w.nfar to IIIJJ hat.r bias bwwla ...
Vw"e.. ,. '
D E $ H.GSTZ s at .4 ; : .
operator Osceola. '
. after 1 J. L. f,7GAD OYOLE CO. ... 7"
* .- + a pleasant visit with t L-S CyG.c..i.e.3ao&aca'1 ."" : i. Ohlcs&o, ..... -',:"
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