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 12, 1900
Frequency: weekly[may 26, 1898-<1900>]
weekly[ former -jan. 27, 1898]
semiweekly[ former feb. 1-may 17, 1898]
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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).
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.,.. + A Letter. i Birthday Party. .
EDITORS ADVOCATE. :Last Thursday afternoontlit-: '
DEAR, SIRS :'-Are preachers : 4 tie Miss Julia Stewart tendered
-TRIP .1Op] P RI8J .
L Thef hree Hewitts s1. Accompanied above criticism? Short Items Prepared her young friends a !delightful

-'." -..... -,::'... by' Tom Hammond and The 4postle Paul said: "That 'For: Headers 'of the birthday party! at the hoMe of ,

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Advocate. ..
.. .'.!II!:.'. J _-. .1'......: .'I".. Another-Yopg White.1 Ian, --'::nothing." And"" r..hrist-'said : The social event, which provedso .

Pass Starte" 'Judge not, that ye be notjudged. enjoyable to the. Jittleffhe8<_*-

: .:-; Would be quite a ;: '; ,:' .' i ,." Many other...passages PERSONAL.. I AND SOCIAL NEWS_ who attended. was., givenyia. i: ;:

;, Last Monday .;: "' of,Scripture warn us not to pa'ss, Honor of. :Miss Julia's7th bifthto ..

; :Judgement' on the acts or doings / i e Kaportsfs! First Bound-Up ,Of .. _',";..- ?'
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: = y _'. pleasure a summer '- -
.,} : .. TO SERVELIEE; SEHTEHCES, .of our brother man. ((- the Wesk's Happ:ningsr-:Items- The 'partv was from until
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4 ,, .. Still men in the garb o"r.', 6 o'clock and that time
,: > ::' ill'f' : .-.t' --, '.' 7-- of Interest to Out Many during
yR i _. yTho' ,:preachers, make; it a busi- theyawn and parlors presented .-
'\ .,. .. '.. ,- .J1ewittBoysSeeInin'GoodSpirttsznnd.. .BUST EeadwsT1Dr .
.I } ; ">"It 4.M-''; .,......1 Oro.: "''"'." 'Don't Seemruffpltcalizc fOil less. to malign. J judgeand_ 8- .' (:on- ,'.. : ......,.. ;-: a merry '.picture. "Drop the

6 ._ :" ;: .:' i' ; Their Si. "Icmn'one's, d9inrs and saYIS! ";:\'Haynes' visited Jacksonville Hankerchief," ''Hold the Gold--

F j: .But the Money1 ,- tnation.-Other. Ke\vs. behind, his back, where.he has-- ( Saturday. Ring" and f numerous other
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, ..:i- .'.'... '- _..'- .;..-_ ."''.,,r..>!"_, .' '" '< ... .i ... no.dunce of-de fendingTfii msel f. games'-were played, and each
I". :: 0> .. :rilf, '' -. 1.' .. .i Probably the's 'dd .hour in' Whis.'is slander"*and Blander:! Refreshing a rains have blessed guest seemed to enjoy them-

Invested at come ing6tTh; tieexistence..*. of Tom Hammond fiMTLnm .,has been compared as it reallyis this.:>.section A liitelv._ sives immensely ... :.
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;. : : : t Hewitt. Moss Hewitt wit If an adder's Venom. Mr. Perry Kite was .on the Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Mrs

". i that need would rt mT:Dick Hewitt (the three j...... This, is written for ''Whom it sick list last week.: \V. .H. Anthony, Mrs T. A;'

..: : .you actually latter brothers) experienced', '{ Ma$ Concern," and not for the Mr. B. R. Witkqvski- .ofTtvrnpa Knight. Miss [a.tnie Gardner,

< by them this morning when {II minister of Christ for whom is in Mrs, J.V.. Hodges and Mrs.
the city.
.d o ]Otl more, good: ',' i.i: = ; ordered by Jailor Fallon to get I have. II. '
,..... .. : o. r.. ', ,_ :.. always had the profoundest Mrs. John Darbysis \Y. Hoffman assisted Mrs.
'" ready to leave for the State !! "*" '- suffering
: C :.. : yh respect. Stewart in entertaining the
J:: : J ,' : prison camps to begin their life I But there are others, who in- with an attack of fever. ,. young people and arranging
."'"'''. ,', lenience, as condemned felons. the garb of clergymen, deem it Porter Morgan returned Monday games for their pleasure.Dr. .

The four white men, with saddened -, their privilege to malign, judge from a visit-to Ocala. _,., E. L. Stwart was also on *

,, :A Bad Investment faces and deep sighs, for and slander others just because :Mr. James F. Kickliter has anew hand and took several kodak

", he first time fully realized their the speaker hit thejnark when boarder. It is a boy. pictures of the party, much to

y k situation. The world was one ..he incidently spoke against their delight. .

?1 {: Is money wasted. Our :prices of gloom to them, and their future those drones in our social l life, j The roof of the bar room is Delicious .refreshments were .

life that of slaves.. ,There who+. "neither toil nor spin:" j receiving a new coat of tar. served consisting of 'ice-cream-: ,'

:: ,:; : ". are right in touch with your was not a ray of hope to ,cheer and still the community in FOR SALE-A brand new, i- fruits and cake, and six o'clock

;- them. All active white horse F. R. MOBOAX.Mr. \ .
young : which they reside has to sup- wagon.. cams-all too soon for, the young

: : ; pocket book.:. Pleased customers men, to spend'the ballance of port them, and are higher taxedon A. E. Moitt made business people who had passed away
i! ,.. their lives in prison, was a terrible account of such as these trip to Jacksonville: Mon the afternoon so pleasantly.The .

realization to them of the It was Christ Himself who day. '. affair will long be remembered -
will .....
come again.
', fact that the way of the transgressor warned us against such as would by them, and they
.,... .. ..,, .." .. !{r. R. M. Alvarez returned
... :'i:';':f"' 'j o...t"J ._ "\SS2t* is hard. come to us from time: to time in home from'Jackson'ille last will look forward with pleasure
'!!< Another young white main -'Sheep's clothing but hearts to another birthday of their
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4. -' ".". '" ilso went in c.haitls. 'with them. .1 ke- ravenous wol'es.latt.\ charming and affable :young .

n ',.:;..,. F ; :.'.. J le,was, Henry Shugnrt, convict- 7:1.15., ..-'" ':" Justice Geo. 'A. Gardiner hostess;:*'..:-

,',.' .. eel -last, week in the Criminal The aboverefers' to remarks tried a number of cases in his ... The names of the young pro- .

Court of forging the name of A. that have been passed around Court'Monday., .... ple'who attehed the party'are

; !;. Q..Wright to a check for $3.80. against me,_ behind iny! back, JT.- B. Harti -, of the Lake as follows :

.I He only goes for three years, though acting pleasantly to my Butler Bulletin, was a'visitorto :Misses Thelma Hoffman, Car

s .x-rd- however, but this a severe lesson face, with regard' 'to my remarksat Starke Sjjn'day. rieBailey, Verdie Sistrunk; Hil- .

r to Iritn.- the recent Long Bridge pic- Mr. Henry- Futch of La- dabelle Chase, Louise FJoreus! .
f Y M. B. King (colored)' was another .nic on worthless ministers and Lettie Rivers, Lois Peek, Fan-
Crosse, was visiting C. R. Jonesin '
I 'who went to serve one other drones in the great. beehive this nie, Hattie and Mariam Hoffman -.
year for the crime of aiding of our social life. city Monday. Jennie-Maude Hodges

Frank and Mbse' Roberson to I wish to state here that lam Messrs.\ Tate and Ned Powell Jeannett Matthews and !fir- J

'escape, June 26, 1899, at ,Pablo entirely responsible for what. I and J.. Ql. Wills were attracted riam Johns. Masters Willie- .*

Beach, after they (the Rober- said .on thatr occasion, and Mr.*!to HighlandSunday.. Hoffman, Elery Davis, Bryant ,

*, .-. .',4 CROCKERY '. sons) had shot and, killed Deputy K.:J, Jones did not employ nor Mr.,Will Wall returned Sui:- Hodges, Earl Johns, Louis
; '' "" I Sheriff Sadler and mortally confine me as.to what I should. day from a visit with relativesat Peek'and Harry Rivers.
"4- choice and complete line jof; wounded Sheriff
} *. Deputy say. When I was called uponto. Worthington Springs.
rainfiil[ Ac ident.
Jenkins, who, also died. All I did not *
: : speak have speech | Dr. E. L. Stewart, of the*State
.i ... _. .-. Crockery, Glassware and colored except Sadler.-Jacksonville prepared before me, but, spokeas Board ot Health, spent Sunday Lieutenant Frank Moore happened
Metropolis, July 7th. to a very serious accident!
the moved if
; Spirit me,
l with his family in this
; city.
Earthenware.l The Hewitts arrived in this I incidentally hit the nail on which cost him two. fingers last

.'..1 Jf '- city on the 11 o'clock train, and the head,-end some were offend- Bathing in Alligator creek is ,Friday afternoon.

,ra:..I.-:. -' 1Crash. j were taken to the County Jail, ed thereby, I am more than becoming popular with both the He was coupling! cars on the _

; : where they were locked up until pleased, and: furthermore- ,if ladies and gentlemen of Starke. log train near the other end of
2 o'clock, when they were those offended will tackle me, Mrs. J. B.. Dowling, of Lake the road, and suddenly caughthis

... Suits, Hats Etc. Duck'Clothing, placed on board the A., S. R. instead 'of all innocent party, I Butler, 'visited her. daughter, hand between the bumpers.,
& G. train for the phosphatecamps. will try to give them satisfac-. Mrs. James Kelley, here this The first two fingers on his right

tion. But rest assured that I week. hand were mashed badly, and
Lawns Ginghams Etc. A neat line The boys seemed ,in good will utter truths as I see it if I were afterwards amputated by
..A There is talk of !
spirits, arid shook: hands witha stood alone against an army' of some Dr. Wills. '
: opposition. Yours, an excursion to Burnett's Lake K
great many as if they-wer e Mr.,Moore'is a popular young
\ of Wool Goods DR. VAX ELDEREN.
light-weight We the will 1
hope movement
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j>r..:.:::.'I. merely going on a pleasure trip. Starke, July 8th, 1000 meet with man and is Second Lieutenant
;:T They did not seem to realize] of the Bradford County Guards.
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\ the situation :Narrow; Escape. Mr.\ T; L., Woodward has ac His.many friends sympathize
for Summer
-r t r wear. This is, the ending of one of
Last with him in his sad
the most Saturday afternoon, cepted.a permanent position as misfortune.
prominent murder
.r...., '. .:" r 'i cases' that has been in the State John Wright i colored, who conductor on tho A., 5.1 .& He has recovered from the effects
'. : ... ,''' .. ..',.-.'; .. of the accident and is
: -I- .J' ; : .', i::><.-: ". Courts for years. lives,in East' Starke, cam near G. passenger train. now
,,;,,. I'. .-,.f '" : .,-;.,':; :'.' -' :I able to be on the streets again.
:; electrocuted
t being by light-
,>>:' ."... '. ., ,"; i!I .. Was It a Miracle? Capt. Cleary,. who held 'a White
ning. Man Turned

: ':. Also a complete stock.-of any thuig.. The marvellous cure of Mrs. John was in his field at work lot position train, as Has conductor.moved with on the his Great consternation Telloiir.was felt .
Rena Stout of
.- 0 > has consumption [bout 2 o'clock; in the afternoon family: to Philadelphia.Mrs. by the friends of M. A. Hogar- '

\r:' created intense excitementin ,when ,a terrific noise was heard ty, of Lexington, Ky., when
Hardware J. \
it eItakers' Cammock Ind. Trnby and
writes Marion =
'a 1'.a. bolt. lightning shot they saw he was turning yellow. -
:: Stuart, a leading druggist'. bu Y {itronia small cloud his Miss Eva, and son, Joseph, .
: I over His skin slowly changed
', : Goods Etc -Monde, Ind. She pnl li ',' ";<'f who have been: spending a'-e\V'\
X I lte ; {rikin the ground not color, also his eyes, and he suffered
-.. ';' I weighed QO.pounds w henqt! :far '* and the Reeks Pablo Beach, have returned -
:;: \ ?away, tearing np terribly. His malady waseJIoV'
'0. doctor' in Yorktown sait1 home.
t'.'''. ; I; e' earth like a plow. Wright was Jaun ice. He; was treated
: must soon Hie. Thengau she 00:= scared withinvan inch ot his life, .:Mr. and Mrs. W-H. Anthonyand by best-doctors butwith- .
and said afterwards that he .
.,,to nse Dr. King's New Discovery Miss Mamie\ Gardner accepted -
I, oneWas out benefit. Then he was advised
and thought: some shootingat
gained 37 pounds in
him with an invitation to join a to Electric Bitters
a cannon. try ;the
:' weight anl'was completely ... launch party on,Santa Fee lake, wonderful stomach and liver "

m :WB.HAYNE8' CO. cured" It has cured thousands The blood is strained and purified near Waldo, 'Sunday. remedy; and he writes: 'l.Aftertakj

of hopeless} cases, and is i i by the kidneys. No hope Messrs. Walter and Oscar g.two'bottlea! I'was wholly:
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,}:... positively j] curejl:'* Atrial its
,. guaranteed to cure of health} while] the kidneys are. Prevatt-have moved the Philips proves matchless ,

'- .,. ; :: ..' '. : all throat, chest lung diseases.50c wrong., _}oeY'B] Kidney 'Cure stock of goods to Jacksonvil1erwhere merit for'all stomach, liver .
St'k" :< "- -, t... ,: and $1.00. Trial bottles will.make,, healthy kidneys ;and i and kidney troubles.:. !' ; < 2:. -Florid. they ,will conduct the. 50c. Sold by J. L.. % ) ?
.. .. : free at J.-L..Gaskins'drug store. blood J. L. Gaskins. in .
business the future
:: pure. druggist .
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FLORIDA ADVOCATE.AT glad -to be with:the people I on J o s !: s 3 s-asa#s ss s 2525 ?5252mm

,. .. ., .. that occasion, not that hej$eleved : AnotherLesson '

; his talk would' THE I METROPOLITAN m
:.. tat.tsl1ED. : EVERY'rHVltsbAY- especially m ,

,.. -. I nterest, but because of'the one ,._ : in Health

aA; tt E FLORIDt1J) __ "
privilege and of cele-
pleasure 1
A Wry Q.PowelL Fenton M.PrewltU orating the 'Eourtli of'July during mlCKAcHE-IUmbago-rbeu. DRUGS
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POWELL & PREWITT; the 19th century. I '

.- -.. EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS.StfBSCKIPTION I I Again, lie said,, it would afford wrong._ They are the your strainers kidneysare of Toilet and Fancy Articles, Cigars and Cigarettes. ii '

R, the blood and 'must be kept right 11you're
those whom he
RATES.t did not I
I to have'health.
aYear... ............. ...........:........1.00 know an ample of Folry' Kidney Cure is Prescriptions
"-. 1ni'MODIlts.... ............................. 51! opportunity r ? make the kidneys right-to put guaranteed them in per to Rodger & Gallet's Imported Cologne. m
4'hree Months............... 5 seeing the candidate for State 1 4 fect't tilth. You run no risk. It's guar I '
.. } nteed. Buy a bottle today if you're, not
feeling Carefully Compounded.
i nzht-
'" Senator from Bradford '
;: OFFICE : county. I I'' VV.1..Y ANCYj Padncah.Kf.,writes:"1 had -
He had 11 i severe e : yt disease and three of the < U1i

,.y.:. DP. STAIRS IN HEMMINGWAY formally announced .t 1 IIiI best without physicians success.of southern 1 was Kentucky i induced treatedme to try .BE. N. W. FRANCJS
himself a prospective candidate': Foley's Kidney Cure. The first bottle gate [i) .!,
BUILDING OX.CORNER CALLAND V immediate relief and three bottles cured me Iii
'II on. the 'SO th of June at the:Lon '' permanently. I gladly recommend this wong I Proprietor rd
WALNUT STREETS. derful remedy." Uj ...

4a,- .-. Bridge picnic, and again he announced BANNER SALVE is the great healer. 1 m COOL DRINKS of every kind furnislie{at the Fountaij.SOUTHED : ti

No'1"ICTbe" : Editors of tins paper himself candidate in .

will not be responsible for view ex- fact !J'2.:2 :!j 525"2cSi; 8 ,
Estate of J L. Gaskins
f" correspondents.. ;
) jiresaed
,.,;.:; Mr. Jones said he did not enter -

>''. Advertising Kates. the Senatorial contest' this I 11 ))52.5':2-525'2.5E.55! S'5E55 I52,525=' c' 't5 5'r.' 5 .5iI'"Lca
"," 'fhe. nicest butter in town at ,
: Our a'dTcrtlsJng rates will be as reasonable, year not knowing the duties ; !ANNOUNCEMENT I fv
< G. C.: ti
,:; &a consistent with keeping up u good news* Livingston's. Always on I r
aper. It Is the purpose of the publisher to anl| responsibilities that!. rest Ice. We make no extra charges FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT CHEMICAL CO.Iflamifadtirers Jr
btiUe'II..clean,attractive pith ,
newspaper only upon- a Senator t candidates j|||
mob a proportion of advertisements us will ;, for cold butter ; 80 cents per. OF .PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. .
Inwro that all will be seen und read, and none do not walk into office in pith pound.Mr. I hereby announce myself a candidate ----- art 1p

buried behind a mass of others.. Rates willIe : waysv strewn with flowers ;":' fur the office of Superintendent "
l uniform and will be made known on application. ; Henry Gardner one ofVashington Dr. Powell's "Never Fail Fever Cure.
"neither, said he, "do dies of Public of .Bradford

reach the Senatorial chamber in \ (Ga's.)?d-popnlaryoung county, subject to the aefion,of the rn -. J

men, is visiting his' sister Deuio&nticparty,and solicit the support rn. I
General Directory.
.. ." flowery beds of ease." There., .b.1ll"sV.. H. Anthony, in of my fellow' -citizens, promising' A truly valuable remedy in all
fore if he is elected he-knows if elected to time
s MUNICIPAL.Mnor this cuff.. __ give my energvaivl

-M. R. Ldddon. his' d'1.'ties as Senator; and will ambition to the advancement of cases of Fever Chills Loss of ,
;:jerk-ueo. A.Gardiner.MttrsbaJ Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Bennett the educational. cause of the County. m ,
nod Collector P. Uennett.Afc.e them: .
.sor-T. W. SAeat.TreisurerJ fulfill entertained a number of their T.. D. G U TER.
W. Morgan. e > ir: Jones was not disposed 5 5. m Appetite Female Troubles
Councilman M. Truby_ A. E. Moltt w.' friends at their home on South'Walnut FOR SH Kit IFF. ,
'v. bapp,J.U. Alvarez rod H.A. Farmer. fo censure our State and County : fry
Street. Cleaning UeparVrneui W. 3ydboiea. street Monday evening.The The friends of E.: E. Johns take thi.- and

V. officials.,. ., for the present high t social was given in honor means of announcing his candidacyfor I ti Constipation Indigestion.k z

.. COUNTY OFFICERS. rate of taxation, and he said if of Miss' Divine and Miss Prescott the office i.f Sheriff of Bradford ------ ...__......... ._.... _. f SV iL

Clerk County Circuit Judge-J.Court-W.K. K'cbard.T. Weeks. i it* takes that amount of money who are visiting relativesin !county, and promise the people ot3radior 1m Hundreds of pleased patrons are our f

Mierifl-8.11. Denmark. 'to }run the State and this city. l, that, should they brtlowthe ,.
..a. Tax Asse-isor-VV. J. Epperson. County honor him he will faithfully : best Ild
upon cI'tisenlents. For prices and fullparticulars J
Tax CollectorG.V. Alderman. r
Suporvldor 1 Iteglstriition A. Knight. governments, the remedy must A new feature has been addedto work for their best interests and. I i

Hoard ol;K.County W. Cameron Commlbbluners, J. U. Crews-K. A.TodrtCnairman W. W."J .. begin at the Capitol in the"Halls the F. C. & P. telegraph of-; strve without favor or partiality to !! write I ;
R. ril
and G. Ware.
fecfcell.dcbool Superintendent. >Ubl1C InstrucUon-F.- G of .,Legi lation.., lice in the way of a partition anyone.. :MANY Fnn XDS. ID rr te : ?owe J.\4gx_

Commissioners. W. KlckllteiCbuirman He had other ways to reform table, on which the instrumentsare ,. ,

..\... .. ;1'. W.PinnoKier and J.D. Harden. high taxes' besides that lof a placed in order that the i FOR SHERIFF.I [ : STABKE, FLORIDA. 1'l..

1:1' short session of the Legislature, ticking of one will not interfere am a candidate for reelection to S"22S'2.sS t2 'I.\ ; 5sS25'25525:
with the operator receiving a the oflice of Sheriff of Bradford county .
of which he had ,
; message on another. and promise the people that should 1 [ I II,I

spoken, and which he will put they bestow this honor upjoume'a-'

into execution if ele ted. gain for another four '(ars. I will do 11TtANTIC 1 SUW AliNEH RIVER << GULP 1 R'y. I

; CASTOR: roy duty faithfully, treating all alike,
Mr. Jo lies is in
touch with
Infants and showihg'uo: partiality whatever.! Tims Table In Effect :Wednesday, August 3rd, 1889.No. I

Senators who, like himself, For and Children. S.': 13. DENMARK.t __ ,_---- _
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A ate have power and influence to do The Kind You Have Always,Bought t yo.-S,1 3, f No..1. ::l.'uH tar STATIOKS:- Miles I I.-ICn..2to.-- : '. ,Ko. 4. .

good, therefore we cannot affordto FOR SHERIFF. Suu uy Set oy! DailyM 15id'g Daily Lot .>j tt.u. ry301Ip
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lose] ; this influential man. Bears theSignattue /7f1./ I am a eandidaf! for Sheriff:: Bradford : ( 600p S19a l CO Lv.. ...,...-.....Starke-,..... ......Ar.. 0 -10 f 6 a EtOp ..,'lIp-
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of to the action of ....... .. .... u.. & I' p
county subject 320p 631:.. p ;05 a r Sunpsun Junction. .,, 7 nrc u i fr.VIA ; tSp
FR'OIU the Democratic 3 2:> p I! 6_-. p64Cp 722 a 1.. ... ".. ..... ....Yialnwr1gbts.> ...... .. X ion: a_ a r ....& Pye -
GUILFORD. party.Respectfully ..... .. P :'
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GUILFORD FLORIDA 3 f,t j 630\ p 7sh: a ...... 1 I", .. .. .. ... 1Lumnsville..... ...... .. 17 0ll a5i !L1zp'p 6$11I 1 p.,
ANNOUNCEMENTS! JOHN N. LANUFORD. (JUII. *a> p 7 n : 21 ,. .!. .,.......l.\r\l"' '....r_...... ,. 20 S" aV Key 5 ;i"; >
July 7th, 1900. at 4 U3p 7u p 7fnl a : 4 :1'. ....... ...... ':?17kL".. .......: ... 21 ( >'4}- I941 'p pWp 5 ?4p-: l '
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Editors the ADVOCATE FOR TAX COLLE CTOR. I20p S) p 8Mt a .... .... .I'?rnetl'siui.e. ... t 8 c-i 55: !3:5
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The people of this section announcements that are inserted I hereby. ut ounce n'l.rR e4f a candidate p L-2 pl l aj SO "t. ......... .Alackcn: ...... ...... *. .T \ 9aa .1 ayip ttOr_ SOp.: p.
\ are under this head will Ue-cluirged for the oflice "f Tax Collector of 4 Ittp ,. p j I t-ts": .....1. ...... .....U..dju.. .:.. .. .. ::0 flU; SYt l' 6 2C !>'
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elated the fact that N. J 4 P p 'S" a '" "! r. .trcrua.:: .", ...Lr ag P'" "Iti a 31k.ps .
over for at the rateut $5, Strictly in Ad Bradford county, subject to the ac .,.

ti 4 Jones, of Starke, has entered vance. .. tion of the Democratic party, ttnd leB COtiti' ICT O\S.

1 EWTOY J. JONES, the race for State Senator. FOR STATE SEN A'1'03. > |.cVtfully solicit tlw support o! the At Sfnrfce with F. t' & 1;. Itailicf-d: fir Savancali and Jacascrvi;le., _

Candidate for the State Senate I voters at the comiu election: Gainesville, Ocala Tani) (),lnudo. (.ac'. .
They that lie being t .
say ,one N. J. Jom-8, candidate for State J. P. BERN TT. ,At Sampson .rutiction with (!. S. & F. for PalatkaYttlcsta.Mat'd'netc..
From Bradford County. of, leading business Senator was born iii S6uth E.sGeorgia .
our t
.. men, For further information tall on or aildrf, i
4 -< i > j knows the wants of the people. in 1854'attended' 'thecommonsch FOR TAX COLLECTOR. AllTHrB. MEIGS. GEO. TOMPSETT, t

Powers ) "ol3 there to the time he wentto I Geu'l. SLaiiwger., .lackBonville J Fla. .. .
seem powerless to He has lived in the for up hereby announce myself: a'candidate ( Superintendent. StaG } (',Fin..
protect public in county Busim College. IIo came to Florida for re-election to" the cfllce (Jf| :

property a great number of years ..and! in 18'r4, locating'at Starbe in the I Tax Collector of Bra.lfonl county, t
understands the situation. So general mercantile busineswhich wibjetft to the action of the Democratic SPAEKMAN & GO. t

kind when be- has followed continuously, up to party: I promise, if elected"to; per 5- .
people to
County politicians are :you go (
the present time; a period of 20 year. form the duties of the office: faithfully 5 i tHIGH
ling on their harness and the the polls, vote for the right Mr. Jones attained his maturity i in and honestly. Respectfully; DEALERS IX

.x, game is" daily growing more man. ; that is N. J. Jones. our State, cast his maiden vote in 1876 G.. W. ALDEfM N. GRADE" WHISKIES. :

:"- .interesting. .. W.. K1. for. TiJdou and lIeu<1tLcks for the S -

Presidency, Drew anal Hull for Gov Rye Whiskey i f 2 to $S per gallon. Corn Whiskey, $2 to 2.M per galt. n..
Cured Bronchial Trouble ernor of Florida, lion. John C. Richard The Peoples'Mark'ot Rum, $2 to $2.50'per gallon
It is reported that Corbett, ; pple Brn.iu\y. f2.SO.to t3I'ef aIhrttlcJ1-
I for State Senator: and Dr. Gas- Branly-, I?.& to $3 Whi
g.-ilion W
Chas. E. Davis 1071 W. Con per 'sat Whiskey, J2.50 gallon. ;_
Sharkey and Fitzsimmons will : I pins for the House of Representative- W. A. CROSBY, Proprietor.. Prompt attention paid to all orders ..

go to China. To join the Boxers gress St., Chicago, says: : "I] Mr. Jones has been an unfaltering

we suffered for years with bron ,Democratic worker. lie was a loyal 1 o JUG TKADE A SPECIALTY :.
presume. S.-
chial supporter Jennings Bryanfor
trouble and tried
many Presidency In J896.. nn.l i-j f still C. M. SPARKMAN .& CO.. Starke Ha.Sk :
Ocala has h'er ..
strapped on of medicines without relief loyal to the great Democratic Silver BEEF, PORK, ,
armor, unsheathed lifer sword until I began taking Fol- leader.. .
and is how in the arena ready ey's Honey ;and.Tar, which cured FOR COUNTY ..JUDGE.I I HAM.SAUSAGE ETC. ". _.-=-J.

for the Capitol removal glees me." J. L. Gaskins. c:1n'1i-1 -O Florida Central &. !1

i -= hereby.- announce myself- a Orders delivered to any part of\ .. I. -
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tion. Jacksonville find an Byte for reflection to the oreo_of I I

interesting opponent in the ADDIPIOjl'/lL LOCAL County Judge of Bradford county, the City on short notice. Peninsular R. R..;

and thank the people for their nup- o Time Table :
Brick City. JBH 3, 103O. .
P. E.
-- Canova left '
yesterdayfor I>ort. CI>"Eirni.i TRIAL .
-. J.: R. RICHARD.FOR lcms: (:'y. 13: 11 -
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\ Jacksonville.Mr. ---0 CIIr-1.tt7 D) I 8 13 ss t
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; A new aspirant has loomed+ [.., :'&%ta.-..... &OC'l\ID 8Opm. ....... ... -,.
Bud Turner of Ward COUNTY JUDGE.I W A. CROSBY, Pant i,9ty.. 8 tam 91'I1.u.._.... ...-..-.LilaYrvt.Ue... .. ._. !L.:MuIlj up on the political horizon. Col. Dada City. Slum IOulpn. ........ ........ Ar&d\.ln.y+rrs01sa.! ... 1 Z'.un, %:.nU)1 T'23alU ..'...
hereby announce candidate ArWU-1wood.. 1/Jl\Qun.12 ....... .. 96txw 841> 9Qrs .. ..
City paid Starke. a visit Mon myself n STARKE, : : FLORID "---b... I
I Gornto:, it is said, will b& in theraw for<< the oflice of County Judge of t.v.. [\ IaterYr'Sa.! _..... '. -' ..L11.. -..... ..... .. ArM1'C.. ''dn nT.".. ..."........... .-II-J. .... .. .I+ alpar1L ,
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.. for / Bradford county' at the ensuing election. AWVo..... VOItD 7 .,, ....... ,.. I. keL1tl. ...._.. ........ 118a.: ,9,::..:
Representative. Col L day.Mr. LEADING JrTnvairs.... 9.rIUIi ;, ''_'.''.''..:!,..' .. ", Ltt..Oak.,. ........ ........ 14J'Y.U\I'\' } !.pa,
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Silas Kite made n business I invite an investigation of my LvTavu'e9.. 94Ss.m: D'-, ..... ..;. : t:xui
lornto is suited } .
'. a man well for t'esb i T", to Itam iU .. ...; .. all!tccll> ....._ ....._ I 1:11rn1 4c'1l.n:
trip to Jacksonville Tues record; ns Justice of (lie'eaeP.of the .&T'W1d"oOd..Ii1 .! 11 ...-. .iiI.h. ,. : UUt... ... liJri: 8pn.a
the position in every respect. ftth District; upon the result of whichI Lr.. '\''''a.twoat i0as ; : ? 9'dnr.y,4. ., ?.'.:m BYem
DRUGGISTS I I."!netiew... 11 :Sam! _.__ ._25nnt pr!:a; ;.
He is highly educated, energetic am willing to abide. If elected I CJ1&_....... U bun I ,
day.A fearless ..t.rer 5p'tr ...... 14"---1'-- L"BnI:1: n.... 10 Gam 85Om1t.t ..... ........
tmd has a sufficient amount of medicine that sells on its promise a faithful, honest U 7 ....t1wru t.. 12SSpm Ar,. ta-.k ...... IJr.f>llmllocr.pml......... ......._
and economical dfscharge! : of the du- ArWai., -u ... 127p. W&Zd()...,.. 11 ......_ ......
"go-a-head" to make a good merits-Dr. Powell' fever Helll Starke Drag Company. .. iald-rf'3, :.. 3I hln ,"ml, ..... ....... I
attending that o11 "l" Ja k+aav1e S Pbm darn ....... ...... .. ---o- -
Representative.JOKS GEO. A. GARDIXER. :
cure.Mrs' ---- I g"_-:5o' :1. 13 IS' ;

: Stewart, of Leesburg. FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT. DR. A. L SCOTT Manager t yo ltiGy t".m .-...... -....... -.-..=-..-.. _, "

AT WOttTIIIXGTOX.: ..I is ,'isiUnIr.. and Mrs. Giles I hereby announce mrs.-)lf a candidate Under M. Archer. etr".ls.".-.-_!(0 iE...aIJ' 8 4pm:125."pt:1J.150m.: : '.....:.:.... L y Wt'd0 ........ 11 sc'= 3 nun 2ft"pm ",.no

Nj J. Jones spoke at WorthSngtou in this city. for re-election! to thn oflice of i r whose management all Prescription 'A L"W"I'Jt' W a dcJ......{IUrI\Jm d(.Opmj 1t:1' n ....-.. A.".r Archer Gsa. mnt...... 1.!..6ipm.._ 0 9 L awl ra rlro1:Liam: I..............a. .
Springs on the Fourth Clerk; of the Circuit Court, mi.ject i to work is done.aY ;tafke...... 21Lpn U.pm b4am( .... .. ...... rKay,' -== .. 08rnn
Mr. ... ..tr f"ldwin.-- i l.'roJl: I Ceam... ...-... ........ At-L" WaJdl 114;ran Tt l>5. ......_ ........ : "
of July to a crowd estimated at Harry Agin returned the action of the Dfnvwjratic party.I ---'-- -' .. Atnawthorn. llIJpm: U ;........ .,......

1,000 people and bystanders from a visit Worthington resltectfallyeodicit the support of A large' and ,assorted' line of I 1':1"' inc.few SUver8p'Df Cca1a .:._ i'dii. .n. .I>. ............. .._............I .

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':' "could that his Springs Tuesday.. J my MIow-eHTzens, atjjl promise: a .Choice Perfnines;_Toilet Articles &..T. T....,.or J'twn -........ ........ IOI'. v.m.1"2'J.om; W1! t>>.l.. 2ir.pl1 .. ,_:....... ......-, ',:
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see speech was ithful di discharge of the duties of the y ..bi.aai1 uiray..::.: .::: :.::::: IBprn !201pm LYWuuwoo-l.i _. .4tI ;! 7 I........ ........ .

far reaching and made an im Mrs., McCormick, of Gainesville ofl1er. W. T. 'VEHS.l Cigars Etc. Etc.Cigarettes ."". LrL).adL4n.iee10.... .F..,........ ..........f S.r 15 14\r! ,>IDJ'8..opm m arLeesbnrg raverer! ...... 83npm 81tFjm: 5aem.3..m ................ ._........_... .

)ression. visited her .. Lire Cork .. ........ 3&ernl 1pmL.UTSe.J.Ar ,- ., .. S3< m 6 4ata """ ....._. ,
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; daughter Mrs. f..t1lc 8 Uom b. i..1Qf '
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Soon 'after he:niuysnoken it \\ E. Davis, here last week. I hereby announce myself a candidate .Ar1'Ad'iloi4.! ... .... &arJ i2'.Jt1! 6 lJx: >Pmf 2flam IlQ7ln L" tdw rP'rk. 6' . ...I '!t j

.. became .a r bylwora Pou the If are sick all and.. for the oBice of County Treasurer 'Arl Lv.uld.rtu.!wl;::slue.... ]IUt pm 7iSm1848' $ :;. iti: 3eCttr)od._ l'apD 3 .pl .;.' ......:;. *. '>
yon over, a5tkjm S12 : ;;;:;!! 5l.am: .. Plant Cit: 7_ 4riDm .r.Ani..J.-... :.
e4, t and promise tho people'of Bradford ; : .u.W_ r.5v a r :Jl" aral 1 t :t."J:11 ? _
if *;Oo. Jones .does hot talk don't :. DfSt&.ySflEDBTS Ormm: ;a. ". $;;t !: .. ..
know -D-
.. .- -v v "* just what ails :you, that should I be elected to'serve j U .E. TRAt1i.i'ucs; iy;: xx:ct ben ay 1 ),.
much but to the j, UD i 1-0 14.T-1d'O-g".PuUnA"1 '. :;
Jones '
point. f'1-e Car
ar ; it's ten to one your kidneys are them in that capacity I will do my a a GJ i' }oio. 1.1.'r:1r..u.;1:Pullin a s iIeacu.r I R Cor Tame 1'; to New York d a 13.Cr. :1rile (Dnng("al'.) ,'i
( I ..DAS> TO PATESTA2JJTY I 2o.2.'rhrowrh 7rtb'nn er to Tampa.'r.:J.e1t'W1 vita(D.ir.ll1Ciu.). :
is reforttfer SlecP-t:2 Cpr J
a ; jie.\3; our man out oj order. Foley's 1 duty. faithfully and administer the Fotlcein"lnvestiveAge"Eoek'HowtoobtainPatenta"' 'Nu.1,'.rL.rQlJ ;PUman: k-In1'lQ t oN6W'r1tmns. 'a ; <. 'fI
Kidney FH fP I I l.a.4. 'r".N.t"h'u1i1T.' H.ceptoq Cat I';e Or'MIJB to Jc:1r.lOrn'ille. ._ : .. '"
; ;aiJones, speaking: upon thetticl Cure.will health utfairs of the'office with justice and ;; ...a I };"". 3. 'itr.ega IUm&n;: .2.r'.1gcnrt.T eL: C ei EdL pr.0i:8TQ ;. Lot4..m r.at C! ; J.i'a
bring you ; equity. Hespectfully, Cto'pe modern; No fee tEl patent ia seccred. i bar CtC11rhrna Ian anply to wFanc ar a'JTAAt t-t.'Lotl.1oJIl.!)k..nn'rtJ. !&,'vb Law C t7.t i +
::: sitQ:4tiQlla; said'he was etn..r .. J. L Gaskins nn.d't : I Letters strictly c-cnfldeuual. Address : D.Eo:d.U 4:ELL youa'en lIe'\t oszita t.Q uaneal Ya Pm er Ofl .
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,JOPIGS: OF THE TOWN" GASOLINE I George A.. Gardiner, ; GARDIHER'DEM) .. \ >
LIGHTS. ;, S F. ,
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Picked up in and ar- In AH Probability the. Conncil, will Ipe found the announcement >L- <:'Prpimuent. Citizen of

will tight the Town With. A ., of Geo., A. Gardiner, .,, of Stiirlte.' ..Passes Away .

round Starke by'OUR : This Kind, ol Lights. this place,' for County'Judge. Tr iday.Aftoraoon.

Mr. Gardiner has been. .resi- -,--- > tr. ;;1
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EEPOBTE& Mr. S. J. Stead; representing dent of this his .
county Mr.: S. :P.. Gardiner, highly]
Economy Gasoline Light boyhood, having com 'herc from respected and ,poplar citizenof

a 'Newsy Paragraphs of the Company, of Jacksonville:' l was the State of Maryland: in 1885 Starke in the city Moadayin tlie inter- The Kind'You Intro AIwayaBSagbtj d which hns been
at the of seventeen .
2 Town and County. age years. Madison street Friday afternoonof s
est of his firm. iu use for over SO years, has bornc.'t'ne-sJgiiature of
lie is -,
favorably known
Mr. Stead fever brought on by sun .and has been mado under his personal -. _. ,
BRIEF LOCAL ITEIS.Things had learned that
: here, and has always been'identih'ed stroke. supervision since its infancy.!

v. That, Starke was badly in need of with the interests of the 'Mr. Gardiner' was 'born in / Allow no orio to deceive you in this.

eve 'Happened or lights,- and his object was to All Counterfeits, Imitations and.Substitutes are but Experiments '
get ,
laboring masses having started
Will Shortly tfccur, as Told by the Council interested Prince George county, Mary- that trifle with and endanger the health of..Infants .
in 1
w a light himself :as a farmer boy andvarious land:December 13th ]8ici.lI and Children-Experience against
.1', Our Reporter.---Local News. which ".c
|fie claims to be) &e beston other classes of honorable '
in g of
Att came to Starke tlie'Sprin

k Dr. Powell's Ne"er..PnilFever the"market..Monday ] labor, ,until he came into 1833, and on June Gth, 18S8;, he _. What\ is i CASTORIA ,'. ,
night he ;placed ..n notice in 1895 by being elected Kite '
married : Elizabeth l
Cure.: Mary a Castorla' :is a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops'and .
sample light on the' ,
street in Clerk of- the Town of Starke, daughter ot Benjamin J.. Kite: Soothing Syrups. It'is Harmless and Pleasant. 16-" '

., Bo you want an appetite? Try order to show its merits. A which office he has ever since one oLBradford's most successful contains neither ,Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic

.' Powell'd fever cure. special meeting of the. Councilwas filled to the satisfaction of the and farmers. He substance. Its age is its guarantee,: It destroys Worms .
called for that and allays Fcv rls1 nc5$. It cures Dlarrhoaa and .;
Mrs. Bessie Grant has returned night, andMr."Stead people. In 1830 he was electedto l has made Starke his home during Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation:

t from Jacksonville. .* met.with them. He the office of Justice of tlie; the past IT years, and dur- and Flatulency." It assimilates tho Food; regulates tho' .
explained the of Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
( Peace of District No. G which
Umt time he worked faithfully
Mr. C. II. is the ing -
proud his light, and \lIetl.the' The Children's Pw..acca-Tho Mother's Friend.
attention office he holds. In
now tQ'wn.lIe
build the .
every to
lthcr of 10 up
a pound boy.
of the Council to iho :
economy instance where the responsibilities was interested in the real CENUBNE? CASTOR ALWAYS
Miss Addie Embree. returned in. sing.them. of
t public"service have fallen estate'business, and through his
home last week from It was'shown where the Bears the of :
Tampa'; town upon him he'has performed" influence large: number of good Signature? '\

X.V.. Hackett: is making:a could be well' lighted with 21 :rid honorably the duties-there-- citizens were induced to cast (0 -- rt1aJ'

business trip to South Florid; lights' which would' probablycost of, always kind and courteous, their lot among us. '.. :

something! over 53J00.The yet firm \in his honest convic- 7-
('apt. Tompsett made a business He was always in the front -
gasoline light is .in every tions of justice to ,those with ranks of movement that "
trip to Jacksonville Mon any
way equal electricity ; givesa whom he has had to deal. would benefit the town. He KiudY'llavo 1
tIn v'1 .. The
Always Bought
wt-< 'pure, white, penetrating light His diameter noble traits, was also interested in the fruit ; !
Mr. \\ II. Hoffman, of.Melrose that is not hard on the eyes' f:
so deeply impressed upon the and vegetable business,' and !In Use For Over 30 Years.
visiting: relatives in this They are fully] protected from '
hearts of those who are ac, made quite a success. .... .
... citv.. the weather by a' glass hood, qnainted with his business and Mr. Gardiner leaves a wife, v-g.. :.. ..r. m ;" .....gr; t,": ..."i.'::',;"..... :.

J. W. and- a large, round reflector u official will do .,
Hedges i is confined to career, more to five children-three boys and
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hid bed with' an attack of bilious suspended over them in orderto reflect his fitness for the position two girls-a large number of -- -- --- -- -4--

fever. make the light more power- he seeks than kind
any relatives and a host of friendsto
ful. One light will light-up 1 COMPLETE '
a words '
we might say. his death.
Mr., Chas. Fierce, of Lawtey,' mourn .
space in a radius of i EO yards. And this is as it should h ,.
made: 'a business trip to Starke t The funeral services were conducted .
yesterday. They are suspended in the We firmly believe that should at his late hpme by Rev.
street like the electric light and F LINE OF
he be the choice of the .
-' people Giles, of the Methodist! church, ,
The.young men of this placeare are as to manipulate.
easy for this important position, tlint Saturday afternoon at 2 :30;?, and
, thinking of organizing a The Council decided to 1
try he will give satisfaction to all his body was interred at Santa GROCERIES
f minstrel troupe. one of the lights and if it
. see his
constituents anti. that the
; Fee cemetery, near Hampton. TIrlW: ARE,
r Mr. Christenson, a knight of proves to be as represented before generations to follow will I have .

buying'more. : ,1 tUlJlS: cr raises! HARDWARE /
iho camera from Lake Side, was 'no cause tocomplain.: .". ,

I in town 1 Monday.< J It is safe to say that''Starkewill i > Sprains: or. sores, burps or ;
: have lights, and have them The Appetite of'a,Goat scalds, ;wounds or cuts, tetteror GLASSWARE .
Mrs. Gillirtl'died at Sampson : I Itf _
.. soon. .: Is envied by'afl whose:'stomach eczema, all quickly cured by .... .-
City Tuesday. She interred PAINT
r was Banner Salve the healing] -'. .i,.
and liver are out of order. most I :
Great .. .
: !I. there Wednesday. Rejoicing'.... medicine the world. Healthy People
Xo More Medicine But such should know that Dr.King's OILS, .;i, ":
.: :Miss Etta Chase -left last "just as good. J. L. Gas- ...-.. ,....
,I "- .ft'-
The Dr. King Chill Pad cures New Life Pills give a kins. Eat Good Groceries. Good, .' ".
.week for Ocala, where she will ,', A unadulterated food will save CORN;*' : .
Chills. If it fails we refund splendid appetite, sound digestion '

visit for- everal weeks. J, r. Bennett, yon Doctor's.bills: ..
your money. $100,000 to back >ctnd a regular bodily habit OATS \"
My line of 'Groceries have f,
A .P show has It is that insures health and J. P. Bennett announces himself q
midland Judy our guarantee. a sure pre-c perfect : been well selected, antI my' ,, HAY '
been holding the fort at the ve tative. If your druggistdoes great energy. Only 25c at J. a candidate for the office of stock is composed of fresh and t

Opera House this'week. not keep them tine will L. Gaskins' drug store. Tax Collector in this issue of pure goods which I sell at a COFFINS '* .' *
mail of \ .-
on receipt
one price
the ADVOCATE. Mr. Bennett, price to snit the public. "
A ,great number of our busi- 100. TIE DR. KING ,CHILL Col. W. T. Weeks.In C ASKETS and :
pleased customer is the
well and favorable known
ness men are in favor of putting PAD Co., :Memphis\ Tenn., another column will be being best- advertisement. Com and
to the voters of tho County, UNDERTAKER8'GOODG. .
gasoline lights on. the streets.: found the announcement of see._
Swallowed Matches. needs no introduction. He is a
\ Mr T. D. Gunter, .who is a t Col. W. T. Weeks, who is a G. C. LIVINGSTON. LIVINGSTON,
candidate for Superintendent of Little Lizzie Kite, the two- candidate for re-election to the mq1-''* '.! 'of sterling qualities, .... -- .......,., ..__ --

year-old daughter, of Mr. andMrs. office of cl rk of circuit C HtJt.Col. successfully manipulated
i Public Instruction in the ;
s was '* the books of Starke for
Silas Kite who live; in tax a
Weeks needs no introduction THE BANNER SHOP
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c yesterday. 'Q
number He i is -
of-years. energeticand ,
i East Starke be-
ii ,barely escaped to the people of Bradford
i l' Eating chicken stew and fully able to attend to the .
I ing poisened with matches Tuesday county, he having spent the For Repairs of all Kind.
to be duties of the office in a most
dancing seems a popularpastime morning.The .
.. greater part of his ]life'
among West Call
Street Starke
with tho Starke manner and should .
.. people little child, while no one them. lIe has served faithfully ,

... nt 'V ol'th l ton. was in .the room, found, box as clerk for a number of years, the people elect him, they will _" .41_..... ...

For that tired, all-gone feel of matches on the table, and always obliging and willing to find that he will serve: them ,f Specialties< :

ing that is experienced at this. proceeded to bite off the:heads favor any one. lIe has made faithfully. -- Lock and Gunnsmrthln
season of the year, Try Dr. of them until nearly half :of the himself popular throughout. the %Sic List Wounded F. :: "-. g

'\ Powell's' \ fever cure. Starke box had been swallowed. entire County.To \ Who have been, healed by Sewing Machines, Bicyfije, Scales

Drug Co. .When it was disco.ered'what- Banner Salve is very large. It Stoves, Etc. Furniture, Oreansand

:Miss Ella Wolford leaves today she had been doing Dr. Wills Asthma Sufferers. heals all wounds or sores'ana 'If Musical Instruments generally.

was immediately i ] sent for. : Lawson Elvidge, of Barrington leaves no scar. Take no sub Upholstering! Redressing, Remodeling and MakJng-Over\. Bedsteads, Bureaus
for her home in Baltimore
On arriving he succeeded by 111., says he was cured of Lounges, Chairs and Household Goods of all kind. Only best
J. L.
stitute G.vskiu3. "
after the here work Guaranteed.
spending season :Material: used. Thorough!

as trimmer for the W. B. Haynes skilful management to get' the chronic asthma of.long standingby.Foley's ACME SIGNAL OIL, the best for Clocks, Sewing Machines,Bicycle,
chiJd.llast all danger. Honey- and Tar. It G, W, Alderman. Guns Etc. Best: Attachments Hb tUes.Needltp, Belts and parts

Company. ..... gives: positive relief in all cases Mr.G.. W.' Alderman, our. generally for all.kinds! of'Sevinglachi P,8 at lowest prices. Orders ..
To The 'Deaf.; solicited. Sewing Machines, Bicycles, Stove, Organs
LOST-A peice of a razor of asthma, as this,disease, when present Tax Collector, has an .
hone. Finder will be rewarded A-rich lady, cured of her deafness not completely cured, is robbedof announcement in another col- Clocks, Etc., of any make or description you may desire.

HO cents by returning same to and noises in the ,head by all its terrors' by this great umn. Mr. Alderman is a candi- KOBT. B. LEE I i Machinest, Lock Gunsmith.

the barber shop and no questions Dr. Nicholson's Artificial Ear remedy. J. L. Gaskins. date for re-election to that of {
will be asked. Drums, gave $10,000 to his,Institute Roys Beat Each Oilier. fice. He has, during his term Entertainment.A :Mr. Z. A. Adkins, the bright-

; C. L. Peek has one of the so that deaf people unable Two colored boys became involved of office, closely attended to his Stereopticon entertainment and gifted young College

prettiest farms in the county a to procure the Ear Drums in a fight in the suburbsof duties, serving the people in a picturing picterescne[ Palestine orator; who is spending Irisf-
have them free. .Address vacation at his mother'sou
I mile North of Starke. ,He has may town last Tuesday morning courteous and affable manner, was given under the auspices summer
New River
at tho
No. 1291! The Nicholson Institute
growing on his farm large quantities and one of them would have I which has won for him many of the Baptist chnruk at the Opera: House last night to a.

a- of vegetables and fruits. 780 Eighth l Avenue, New beat the other to death had he friends. lIe is young and Opera House Monday evening.The crowded house. Mr. Adkins-

York City., New York. and well fn entertainment was largely
qualified front
Any advertised dealer is authorized not been stopped. energetic, \vas generously applauded' :
: every way for the, position he attended-and was highly entertaining : beginning to finish 'His speech,
Banner Jumped the Track. The eldest a boy of about 16 '
to guarantee holds: *" as well as instructive. will appear inthe. ADVOCATB'-

Salve:, for tetter, ecczemd, piles, Saturday: night the A., S. It.d years of age, struck the youngest ,. next week. '

sprains, cuts, scalds, burns, ulcers ; G., log train jumped the trackat a boy of 10 years, across the. C.A.STOn.XA.. Send us your job work. Best -'
.. Bean Havs' tare Bca ii ---- -- ---- ----
work lowest
I .... y and any open' 'br old' >ore.J. the southern switch, near face, with a stick, badly bruisinghis tU"ct;;;;d ; prices.

f .': .. .' L. Gaskins -', where their road branches out noseand lacerating. .his face. lit Capt. Brinkley. of Like Butler IhinI i
,-wasin town Tuesday. is Baby
I -" ':' / Mr. J. D. Alderman, who has : from the F. C. & P. ll'y* One Woman's Itislits. Mr. C. C. Powell left this

i b been suffering with fever, and end of a car jumped. .the track, Many women suffer all sorts city Monday afternoon en routeto Ur. T. H. Bond, of the log this summer? Then add a

i ,. and the train ran to the :tank { camps, was.in town Sunday. I HtUcSCOTT'S
:'> who has been stopping at the of so-called ."female weaknesses" the log camp, seven 'nei es J. .

a .sw.Hotel; was moved to the home bafore it could be stopped.;, j just because their kidneys distant. He was 12 hours making Mr. A. M. Starbird scribbledat I EMULSION
i Very little damage was done '. the New Commercial Satur- to his mi!c three times a day., ;
,t'iof Mr- T. A. Tuesday. tlie I
-i Knight It mule.
are out of order, and they havea i trip. was a i i
or" It is astonishing how !
> i da fast
: ," ...:::,::t < -Mr., Alderman is under the attention except the ties being mashed, .. right to knowPolev'e Kidney ., I he will! ;improve. uh :nurses .
, .. .,' and the rails slightly : OA-6TOn.x..A.. .. !
::,: ;r: of the K. of-.P. s, of warped. Cure is just what is needed by OA.3.TOn.cA.:
which lodge lie is a, prominent' The section gang soon had the most.ailing women. J. L. Gaskins. ':** le-'I! t1e .. : Raid Yet F.am AAms Eftof ,F2-i.: la :=Ys3Bac,Ateas Ecffl -lei: .t the mother taKe-' the .

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f :: Bj (Tor': eerr.) polls Thomas the be:'80n,9fRam l'cord'over.aspank.: ;. :who. "U-Tn-.A.uS': :; A&-; : ft. : U'k.r I

\ ing team.of mules in .thejAtlantic t l' t k r r .

fSHORT Lumber;' '
SNAPPY S&YIHGS.ffimt Company i3 camps .
****** '
:.:;.J near: 'Bfafte, was taking: 111 the .

-, A; the CUtelan.Do'-- city by g2S light Monday j eve..' D.oeiozsfid: .

_; .S :to Make the Race ..InlereltlDIr.Othel'.Nores. : He had on board. it bountiful -'. CeRy 1rxa
.- +eou
supply t. Bradford e -: 5I6M ititit "t.ngeE
.' Bounty '
: *.
.* "tripfoot," and.along about 10'clockhe -"" k ( FULLBOTTLE, ..
J _; J1 .. /A
,Go'o s nr. ; "
., GET IN TIlE, GAME.. :1 '' became" imcertain, on- : d. ; a _

'. Tbe pot's a Wlln';, his pins: and decided 'tp:stow Jr t,1S .. xH + iw
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Hear her'sizzU l _.. himself i iii .the dark"receases, of -

..' Candidates To get the bit.axe bumping" ? some buildingaway from the QUARl

L Some Rome are Are not speaking. : flare of the electric, lights: l.a Prescription

./ Some are picking ,. .... -. I. .Unfortunately the place chose .. .
'd; Mound the pot; '
; n-: for a quiet! Bpoo wag near ,
1 \ oJ. WhIle cbeli bUin to the rim.That's the .depot, and on the:tops'of -10: ', ,' : r a
the that wins'the _
h kind race .
.. Always hustling for the place. several,. strawberry refrigerators Form n1dnd t s 5
/ -BID YAP. I. which, stood on the.side -walk. I r rt
't Yr
-7 The Worthington! picnic was Now, Thomas would have, escaPed '*' .

crowning event. for. politicians. detection' had he, not ._ "'[ J. 1", .. i, 1r

: {So far politics have been 'pro. commenced. to /'saw wood ,in .. .. WANTED h-AoH'ofbaabeahbthatrt'I'P'A'N'S": l .' '.p:. r I
not twnefit. The,baiuh pain and prolong We. One &iYh 4elleC. 4 ,.
gressing: in a quiet and harmon. an, alarming'manner.. : -; .' Note the: word R'1-p-A'N'S od the package and ?-.c !
accept oo auluiitut H'1'PA'N'S. 10 for eenu.
mar 'i-
iou About 11 Vclock the ,Night a be had at any drug stor. ,Tea tampfes and one ihouMoi (-. i- i _
'Way. ; teuimuniala will be mailed to any address for five cents \;;;;!:
# : forwarded-to the RJpaot Chcmkil Co. No. Prrci r"
Marsh-il feeling assured that 10 $ .
.. Street, New.Yotk. .. ,
; Charlie's friends there's ,& ; .. 'TS. ? "
there was no saw 'mill runningin : -. J
no doubt about h; he bound( to M 4 ,
that vicinity, especially atthattime -
; '., .
Vit there. 5F.
of night proceeded

t "'Try"the ADVOCATE. through .tp1J y.e5ti i afe.. .5 ,

the political campaign'If..yo Y';-It-borrowed( : a lantern and r s
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want to keep Posted guided. by- .a sound that very .. C. &P. RAILROAD IF YOUR : !

.' Next week- we will publish a much resembled the noise wade Arrival and Departure of r Trains at Starke.. k 4t ;9 ltiANCOUNTY I

unique article on the political. by, a cyclone'boring, its. 1 way Schedule in effect June 3rd, 1900.. r iIsoBEU -

,.situation by "Sid Yap." through ajunk shop, !locatedthe No. ,9,.',South bound, leaves Starke--- ,i r i

,, .' disturbance.in a position :as 10:59 a. m., for ""aIdoOalnesvlUe. 1; N TENNESSEE SOOWII8SH WHISKEY, .
/ ; Quite a .number of the candidates \
r.' : Cedar Key Ocala, Tampa, Orlando .
above stated. ,],,: r Money.Order. we
M are waiting on the action and all South Florida points. send U3 rout Dollars4.00( ) by Postoffice or Express In '
Thomasarm .
pf the Executive Cotnt litte He grabbed brJhe: "No. 10, Northbound', leave. STjarke"; \ I 'will deliver to boxwitlMIothing your nxpress Ogee. *calcic express TO charges SsOsate the prepaid contents,

and ordered. him to return 2:15 p. m., for Fernandina, Jacksonville : perfectly plahr -

J.-. B. Crews who is termed from'the fickle land of'dreams. Lake City Tallahassee. Pena / ._ FOUR (4) FULL QUART BOTTLES

:the "Sain Jones.aaof: the F t Thomas "sawed .oS", another, cola No.and 13,all South points bound North., leaves Btarke a of this. Delicious Old Lincoln County, Tennessee. Squr-Mashv. .
) 10 07 for Ocala Wildwood Whiskey (Private
Waldo ,
;r oods, was in.town talkingPolitics ;
? board and drempt ori:* ;avare8 Orlando
Tampa ,
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1 last week., : Again the 'Marshal.1:ordered and all points SoutuV;TJ?; ?J 6c GOT7HCUESAIJ3
r"What's :.44rNorth bouprt;lea ves Starve OB&L .,
the matter with Starke him to.arise, but"Thomas, over.- 5 40 a. rn.;;:! : nL..r\ciS! nv |l1e, : th it days of smokeless powders tad e
ute ( 4t fa11s11a: ? ;iXPenBacola, I Dr.br b ,pressures why take chances oamilsI tlQCOBtoEAI;ES. -
inviting ,, her friends from the come'by the effects. of a terrific your face with powder losing
New Orleans:-and all Nortijern r101J ts. and life IJas Tenneaseo..
your eyesight possibly:your by l grille,
county to a big political speak- quality of? "corn," remained in For information address.,*. usial'repeater that opens on top and elect 514& 516 N. Collego St. _'. ._. .. '
A. D. WILLIAMSON; : Intoyour face when yoa can avoid the possibility '
ing here some dayS ? by buying MARLIN? The SolWTop "
oblivion.At Btarke a : established firm;
Agent, Fla. Frame and Sid Ejecting principle is the most "Sobel & CO is an old ;
Johns Langford and Den last the :Marshal lost A., MAcDONELL: G. P. A.; j Important improvement made in repeating it.
patience 202 West Bay'Street, arms for many years. Complete illustrated. J I Aff ent Southern nail : _

mark, the candidates for Sheriff and expressed-his ':demands Jacksonville- ,a.-.,-. ,,.Floijda.1., ,: sin' .tor 3 clamFs FIREARMSCO.' aTMARLIPJ I Adams ::::'r-u ,

tiro hustling, and the race for in: a. more substantialway '. .,,- -fIdathnshekPianos \ NEW HAVEN. CONN. 1 Corepaalrs

that office waxes: warm. ending up with a whack ,_u _._,_ __ t 1 .1Sbnux.: .ror:

that must have seemed a rude A R EA r.GRAPHOPRUN, .
An announcement in our columns '- .,
are pianos with a ((name -
will be read by a majority awakening. To the reposingone I IF" -

and of that's the voters'in the county, at any rate, it had the.de- Pianos That Have a Reptation r *****************1 1SAVE

what want. sired effect and Thomas
was 4
you eccoiid to none. They are the .. .'"".:. w t

Mr.: Jones new announcement wide.awake. all attention and kind that have stood'the teat of .f -

feature that milling to proceed calaboose time. and satibflcd the most critical L S. A RiIH'1' 1
publishing his '
photo Is ward. musicians in r every way. *: YOUR r! :
receiving many compliments 0 y..p tr -

throughout the coun Our" 'reporter. .saw him safely, They Are Not "Star" tin tai! (sho-mag; small. stars printed on under tide

ty. located, and he himself 'was. old style,pianos that aye been .. "tlociworhMotor.- of tag), "Horso.Shoo." "J. T.;" ".GoodLuck,". "Cross.Bow," *
rented for years, and then! offered and 'Drumraoad" Natural Leaf Tin Tags are of equal value in
Last week of candidates soon in the land of nod. a{: f Mecbaaisa.visible. *
one our mentioned below and be assorted.
as great bargains nor.are .".' ,'r.. securing presents' ; iuny
-- ;;.t," Every man, woman and child can find somstiu&g oa tha list'
was out through the county they "cheap, ]low-grade" pianos, :-.ti:1.: ';>- Oarable Coo*
Frolic ancTTight.Thehomeof made to selfua"huU-l"rice. S' --.0;" _ioieI,'__T.-.c:>;,::;;;/ : atruction. .', that they would, like to have!, and can have: 'trs *
expounding politics from the : t :=:s '
;back of a .spotted mule. We Leaston English, Every Piano..Is New, NO BOTHER MUCH FUN ...a;;;- : .--a ; *

hope he'll win. colored, in 'East S tarke, which All the Wonders and Pleasures of a 1 )faf b BOT..........................'J.tGII'1.. !. is C. ,, .Calettdu harmoaaaa
and every part is made in the t H jt -Priced Tallin 31 dllqe. S Knife one blade good steel.;....... 85 et rEaroinerer........ ....... CCSM *
o seems to apopular for : a S d3L.tre 4K larl>ea. ............. S5 Gun e.se leather, co bXter mada.JIIIO xa
place KIATIIUSIIEK When accompanied by a Recorder this .rort SS: Bevolver. doable action
Cbild net Kn1! and Hpoon 34 automatic ;
When one of our candidateswas 'whlch' Grepho hone can be used to make R :ord". 6 Bat: and Pepper Sat.one each,qaadrapte KS or 38 caliber ............ 61 00S3 ,.
colored frolics the sceneof factory, is a guaranteethat Price with Recorder.$7.SO. Rev odnesall .,...... Tool 81C.Dot playthings,,bat real
was plate on white metal. 50
asked to speaK in the morning it will st a lifetime. the standard Records. Sand order ana momy e .Briar Wood fips....:._.... 2S tools............_........._..._... 660
another last Htcurttt office 7 Bszor bollow fla 27 Toilt bet loan-sted ixwceUJa ,
to &
Saturday ground English
fight our :
at Worthington he refused Take Chances ateou... !. ...-....:....I4 verybandaotne -5>> 1
Why COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO.Dept. A Butter Knife. triple .' beat 38 Remington Rifla'Na.T/alorKl'raU: W2U .
on the grounds that he night. MEW' YORK, 143-145 Broadway. quallty................... : ....... 80 Watt iterlimff 1lTtr.fall jeweled 1000
was an rtfrr when the OLD 9 Sugar Rhell.triple ben 60; 23 Dress Suit i3w. leather Lauds, a iric
pianos, pla'e. qoaL.
.. on cheap ; CHICAGO 88 Wabash AT* -.Gla
'after dinner speaker. The,colored people had turned ST. LOUIS. -!" Olivt SUWASHtKCTON. .' 10 Stamp Bar.ate;l ing .atlTur.......... 10 and d inhIe.-..... 1000
AND RELIABLE MATIIU- 019 PenosyhfWia An.1'HrLADEI.PHIA. 11 Knl/e"Keel1 tatter" tvo blsdwi.. !& 31 Sewiag MaoSiaa, first rhea,will a-
but to the festival in full Chestnut Si U Batcher Knl/e,"Swtt: Kntter.ila all..ttachm.ots..I
:V It is said that there will be 8HEK can be bought at prlcesand BALTIMORE.031, .to K. Eal mote St. blade... ..... 7S Hevolrer.Cult's. 38-c auber, blued..
force and when the jolification terms to suit ?!* BUKFA1-0. tae St."h. 13 Shears Hatter"-nob. Uli RSBi.CoiV'sI isVboiT ftwalibeV.*....1500
] you SAN FRA CISCO'>S Geary SL :Nut Set,Cracker and 91'1CU. snet :23! lSt *
another big political ....... Eee.4 Guitar: WMhburn rosewood.InBl.UUa11
picnio at was at its height a free fight There are over.15,000 :ilATHTJ- PARIS,BERLIN.J4 Boulevard Kroncnstrassa.des hal(.D" 15 AaoeIaton"be t quaJ.1W lAId....(......._....)'......,....._v-BOQ 1'
f Long Bridge on the 27th of this SHEK pianos in the.South.. 10 Alarm Clo'ck. nickel. .; .. lb 0rU'tdpavls S6 Dandolinveryhandwme.. ."."....i0a *
11 BiaGeouine Iiogaza'Teaapcanrt
.. month. was started in the house. The ...........:......, .>.set. Ito feh6Ster .Iep MitI; Ctxot-Oua:
Politicians had ?? ..
better "Yon should have one. GENUINE IS 'I itch, nickel Item vhiil and Bet.. Sin .. ............ .. .:lOCO
batteredlach other A FREE PATTERN) 19 Carters, boeUiorn 57 :Retx.iultu. :onb! &rrel.-hang *I
guests over steel. <
tune for'tle good
up } occasion. AtATEIUSil ,PIANOS f haodlwi.i..............-....;....._...:cG metabotGnnldoCu_.&ng.:0e0
.. 5W- 7 I the head in an Are sold byLUBDEK&BATES'S.M. fur .wn'aelrettoQ I )to arery Nbaerlter, Beautiful oolrd ,50.Six; Genuine Rogers' TaU Spoons, s Bicycle! auodata;i mat, bSles or
Joe Bennett. is gaining quitea alarming man ouy )lateR, artiiUo'bOtfraphed, axqaulM pities asul aod.trie Ulutlr l op-UMl&Ooe U Oriflnu.deilf oa.DrcnmakteK *. fi'::t Six heat pJlLterl ach.Hoiresatdortsirilc goods k..*.:1>0 il:1n..t.,..... ..:............:5.70 *'
ner, and razors, of every make ]H.! bombandi.. ...........: 250 29 6hot One Eonjlngtoo, doabl*tar '
Mrep" as a speaker. They 23 Siz oac.h.Of':1ulne; Bo eni*Irn1Fes rel..bammirlwM.+........... ..........3000
say he delivered it in chunks sparkled 'the lamp i light.; FEED KANN, ,Manager, Jacksonville [McAu5; ; .I and Forks i,best plat 4 gooda.....r.6M 40 Eegha Uaaia Bo%.Ii.-(Inch DU5.43 *J

Worthington and chunk at Some of the battered ones Fla., 29 East Bay,Str et.REMINGTON' ... THE A3Ci'E OFFER fyPfRCSSpecial r/YEMtJER 3O7,. 19J *
every .MAGJWNE Pfalu"Stu"Tiu Tan(that fs.Star tin tag* "thDG sraan
Brae composed of convincing tdgk() to their heels closely followed BROTHERS r Notice! stsrs priatml on nndr aid*of tag),are: not ffoo4 for pr+vau*. _
:.. but will be paid for in CASH oa uo l>&afe of[gentyccassper *4r "-
J hundred, if racelrt-d b.u",0 hofi ors Marrti l't. 1900.
iacts. by the others and eonomlc faaey work household blot
a running
.. port rtories, arum topic. ta. Boh.:Hb. to.d.y.0nljBooysly. J dime' worth of
1900 Newspaper Manual J'UISULL AU>I> that a
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Ladysg.ouwanted. ( a.a4 tart.rma *
,; fight was kept until -
It was reported here that Mr. up -- I \ r STAR PLUC TOBACOQTrill
Just ..out is.the finest this house has
}'. R. Morgan would be in the near.th'e home of Mr,Silas Kit ever published and one of the bee last looser and afore mar pleoaaro than a dime's1 worth ar ally *
Here the force in advance madea I etberbrand. MAKE THE TEST I I
race :for' County' Judge, but ever produced in America. It contains -' t Send tag OXTlXC.VTAL: TOBACCO CO., SL Leis, Can. *.
when seen by the ADVOCATE stand and a clash again re nearly700 pages: handsomely:

.man. he promptly gave"" the rutJl1nor :,sulted. Razors and *'billies"were bound complete in catalogue brown and of all'new'papers gold.1t is a 4 .\ **************

n "black eye." $ in the majority, and a and other publications in the United

rt. I States Canada, Cuba and Porto Ilico. .... -. I <
Mow's This? great deal of damage would II THe arrangement of the lists is par: cblWren. 1 '
'rOPI&4tes.m'a1r: tint little That esa
have been done had Mr tloulazlycnmpaet and concise, enab Wit yll3li"chio"elluct not.tt.lr We offer One HundreJ Dollars Rertrd not ; i Hue, an advertiser! to obtain any information ou.ecpaUarUI.. Have DO equal loratyl.sad perfect fit.Ba. -Job Printing *

'.% for any case of Catarrh that cannot Kite spilled the contents of a'''' r gardiug a newspaper: will _
tlu least possible fflort. The lhuualhaa M CALLA11.r'
be cured by HalPa Catarrh
Cure. y
38 revolver fronvhis
: room Ven publisbed for thirteen year %
F. J. CHENEY: & CO., Props., window into the which by Remington Brothers, NeW York, BAZAR, i t .... ---TVlicn You Xecd; -
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Toledo Ohio. one of A1nei C 1II foremotCr..Ne'Wspalkrdv.ertblng.Agencieg. .. Y
We, the undenlgned. have known I dispersed as if by magic.It !\ A1TERS i I y ..%' .:, i

:- .IF..1;Cheney' for the last 15:rears.a d NOTE HEADS
iJv put wirffior! ; Only 10 and 15 swatS each-" '
b li..vo. him perfectly bonorab'e la Saved His/Leg.P. .".,bU. Fold in ceartyereryetiardtOwnarbytnatlAce LETTER HEADS
*' ler them. Abvulut.lyvery l ust uptote r

J ,' ''olshyltbld l"buvineu"to carry tranractions out any and obligation flnan- A..Danforth, oi LaGrange,/ tens.. .TUE.... lth 1'It'C.'LJ.an..t. ..C03i., .,few"AXV.York lltj-..I, BILL HEADS. CARDS, ,

:juadp'by thtlr firm Ga., suffered for six months j1i""Jj'SEED& : ENVELOPES -
\) 4 : ,
West i: Truax, Wh3IeaaleDruggtst. with ''a frightful running sore 1Zkctt \ ..\\U mt'h\ .W CIRCULARS POSTERS PAMPHLETS -

Toledo, 0.WaIding on his leg; but writes that Buckle -:; m IU P .. t ,

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