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Title: The Florida weekly advocate
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Alternate title: Florida semi-weekly advocate
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Publisher: Texas R. Hodges
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 23, 1900
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STABKE. RICA ltD COUNTY, FLORID, THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1900._ .:. NUJIBER 4G. J ?. r.'
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.k PICNIC AT THERESA.. MR. FUTCH SPEAKS. Bill. GILES' LETTER.from I BRIEF LOCAL ITEMS.


i : B.: Haynes. N. yes. One.of the best picnics of the L. C. Futch, of the Lawtey ( the Lake Butler Bulletin..(. August 18th) I Mr. R. F. Ensey and wife, of' r .,

.. season was held at Theresa last District, spoke last Saturday MR. EDITOR:-I had a nice Tampa, are visiting in the city.

Saturday. J. H. Moore, as the political picnic at Theresa. in the I .'
outing country Wednesday A number of young people ,
Chairman, managed affairs well. His speech was far reaching, the 8th inst., among the from this city visited Kingsley -
t, The, meeting was opened by but not especially in behalf of
I\ substantial farmers and a bighearted lake Sunday. .. '
Mr. N. J. Jones in an excellent any candidate. He said : clever I '.- .
people. They J.
a ,. address. followed by Mr. J. B. "I am not a candidate. Idid were there with their well-filled 'Squire :Moore, of Theresa: '1 '['r

Crews, who dwelt almost entirely not come here to make a speech, i baskets for the physical man, was among the visitors to .

on National affairs. but to hear others, and learn and they were there to hear the Starke Tuesday. 111 -

Hon. L. D. Wall then came how to make one. speeches. These speeches did, Mr. Gardfter Anthony returned ".

r smilingly to the front, strengthening "We are confronted to-day in a large measure, express the home Tuesday from a pleasant "

;t his position as a candi with very grave conditions, ability or unfitness of those men visit to Pablo Beach. '.

sJY which should command the at- to fill the places they were seek- R. 3 r f
date.Hon. Scarborough, one ofRaif9n1'S
J. L. Hill explained tention of every voter in our ing andyhoping to secure. '
Those progressive citizens, ',:
Seeking the offices of
his ideas in reference
fully to County county( aul state should, in a was in the city. _Tuesday .., *-. ._ _
the convict system. "We should look well to the
sacred sense, fit themselves by A '"finniber
Col. D. :M. Gornto waked up ability of our Senator and Representatives education and generul infor- large of people

Ii to the occasion in a fine burst if we expectany- so as to readily be approved from this placo attended the .

of oratory. thing to be accomplished. A by all the intelligent picnic at Theresa Saturday. :

:' A. H. King, of Jacksonville, Representative who goes to and earnest voters While it is Mrs. John lIun, of Jacksonville -
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,. '.; i spoke at considerable imperative duty of all theseto visited Mr: Mrs. L. '
"' '" .. ; length, Tallahassee with just his own fit themselves for the most ,,"',,and '
rj" r criticising strongly the vote cannot C. Hull in this city this week. '
; i.If'r' :,!i ,'.ft 4 very hope to give' us.,relief effectiye& ischarge of their res-
"!,.,. krr3 McKinley, administration., Mr. We are burdened* ;with* pectivelluties, at the same time Miss\ Ethel Sternbnrg tendered '

$&-... '. King is a candidate. State's high taxes, and"irth -assessments the voters should be wise and .. her friends delightful r' .
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Attorney, votes.
hunting be
ma-dejrpba us cannot
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; Party\ evening. .
LEADING t selections. Tlfisiought to
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DEALERS INf. : : The other Geo.A. ;.<<
speakers were reduced wily isy our State and
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"J t ., Gardiner, J. II. Moore, W. Countysitpflicials, and it appears wisdom. **, ...* .
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11>.. ,tlJ.rt r ,.' ,. ,.- .: Bennett, W. T. Weeks, N. G" ment that it cannot, then ve work to preach and teach, the parents ,#,,./
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P' I"j.;. .. :.:f- -f Rev. L. C. Futch.anc people, the things tha |pertain city. .
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r G L't I. '-II : Hays .. ;T. must begin to remedy it at the /.t( : V.
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\ -", .' L'f.-. .. ,';. Harrig, of the LakejButler; Capitol. We must have Representatives \LSynnjojIampt: ::
;;.. .. ....": .'' Bulletin. "-:Jr., with ability to d commonwealth part and parc anila o ono ton, who haf4>een visiting! 'her _.
great .
\ ; h.tGroceri ( : ;,The speech of Rev. ; IrT Futch it, and who know how" to do i it voter: as well, and tbererOr6idesire :: tI-sister, Mrs.r.L1 A. :Scott, ln'th23.... ,

: : ess." ':' ;i ff.{ L.: > > was I said to beth best of the if anything is..accomplished.'j to use my influence to : city, returned home Saturday. ..
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1 d 1y. 'i;:!. .;; here, is merit in the plans the wisest and best in Mr.J51air Powell who is art -
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;';:;: \ : (The dinner: All] for politics. The men I heard a Y '.
i. ; wire[ was grand; 'retrenchment suggested by the picnic! : are all good men, but I tendin ] assey's :Easiness. Cold 1-
well fed and abundant. one, of our.candidates: worthy oJ f .
.,. Clcthi.Dl "" ./ : /'\: ., all good men are not fitted to loge, 'm Jacksdnville, visitert ,
Q'" ''' :'' was left. ,1; consideration. and our peopleshould fill the offices of the state and Lns*parents i u his cit Sunday. '
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.y girliedancePavilion''asalarry e take care of the may n county; and ntiv*llr. Editor, I ;.
w center of interest judging b who is able to.give them relief. wish to state that some thoughtsthat :Mr. F. ll. Morgan! has gone-

th crowd aroundfit. Mr. N. J. Jones advanced into the furnitnreDUsiaess'on a ...
.. "If I were to go to Tallahassee T ;** .
late. 'e'r T are worthy of the highest appreciation l large scale. ..IIe wil sell you '
..J |ItT| e fdllowing'candidates were they would know thatI
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: Jt: there that'ditl not speak : S. B. was from the corn field, and found consideration '" *
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,.- n.Clertakefs: C. Sparkman, l i''. would find out that I had no in l look directly to the relief and a piano. P::
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',. ._ ". G.I Schell, T. D. Gunter, N. D. fluence, and the people couldn'texpect t help of the.toiling taxpayers. The greatest skin specialist..iaAmerica *.

.. \ :- .:.. ,:-'C., Wainrightand W. J. Epperson. anything of me but to:I His.idea of doing away with the originated the form Ta '
:; meeting of the for Banner Salve. all
For
legislature skin
A careful indicates every
S\I..J2p1ieS. :s canvas draw the six dollars per day,
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; y. two and diseases all '
:years meeting only cuts or sores, r d .
that W. T. Weeks and J. P.
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and would not be disappointed. "
.. .. every four years is wise, and[ for piles, its' the most heaL: .f{
: Bennett are sure of election. "We should send Representatives should have more weight on the medicine. J. L. Gaskins.

> Mr., N. J.. Jones pledged him, who have business qualifications !minds of taxpayers than anything
d Osits Corn. : i
are:. n- The colored base ball team
self to the result of die primary} and strength I have heard for years.

E on' September 18th. This will i with them. Our carry farmers would The fact that these thoughts of this place played the Lawtey .
had their beginning and were team at that place Saturday. > ..
I ... help him. soon find relief if the meritori brought into being in the fertile] The score stood 34 to 14 in

.Mr. Dixon. was a tireless ous plans that have been pro brain of Mr. Jones shows him favor of Starke*

worker for the comfort of all. posed.and so ably defended by to be a live, thinking man, and ; *

Crash Suits, Hats, Etc.. ;,Duck Clothing I Quite a number of Clay county one of our candidates could be alive and thinking in the light A lame shoulder is usually
direction. caused by rheumatism of the ,
people attended and broughtwell
carried out and it that
appears This is no little matter.t is muscles, and may be cured by a
Lawns Ginghams Etc. A neat line filled! baskets. X. they will be if the right men and should be a big thing with] applications of Chamber-

A Minister's Good Work. are sent to the Legislature. our laboring people lain's Pain Balm. For sale by

"So let.the thinking tax payers As I see it Mr. Jones is driving J. L. Gaskins, Druggist. .
of light-weight! Wool Goods "I had a severe attack of get together and send the in'';,the direction of the wise and
bilious colic, got a bottle of of time
i right men to represent us." right use by our publicmen. Snap Shops With a Graplio- .
Jo.Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera Fifty thousand dollarscan phone '.

for and Diarrhoea Renjedy, took Story of a Slave. be saved by, the wise use of The Graphophone is to the-
Summer
r wear; two doses and was entirely cured To time in shortening the sessions, ear what the photographic
.., be bound hand and.foot' and one hundred thousand
can
"ii' ,0' ..' ," says Rev. A. A. Power, of) for the chains of disease : camera is to the eye, and more;
:r : r.. ,, ;years by be saved in doing away with ;
:'t i" "'. 't. _, ...:K>..'. Emporia, Kan. "My neighbor> for the Graphophone catches
t.- -'ti : ;:, i is the worst form of slavery. the two years' session and our

': i ..(.,'' ,'.. ...'....".. '.. ,, ".,', "'""'..'.,, ...".,.....,.'.I.>.: : ,: : across the street was sick for George :p. Williams, of :ManChester ; laws still be as wise and as instantly and preserves every '
-t 1,..'.. .-,: :::"" ; ",. ...... over a week had two three gpoct. tint and
.. 'IJt: 'r. ':!1 .. .,, '..." .' or ; Mich., : ry shade of sound. Theo
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>' ., ;;..'. ,. .:. :<. .. f. bottles of medicine from the has been so helpless for I say God bless the man wl2ve most interesting use of tho
;'J : I ,. ,-, ''Wio. "" thinks and labors
fI. Ps 't, : along the
: I: ",.' ,J.. '':':;""" j : ',:s '; < :.:,:,''," .. days years that she could not turnover line of retrenchment and is! -
: ';-' or four without relief, then in bed alone After using reaching out his hand to help of your friends' voices to be

( ood, pro uptsei'Y1c"ef courteous called in another doctor who two bottles "of Electric Bitter} ; those poor toiling taxpayers.! preserved for future use. Yon _.:'" V

f treated him for some! days and> she is wonderfully improvedand Why spend sixty days when can catch the story of your

( gave him no relief, so discharged able to do her own work." tho same work can be done in jolly friend just as he told it,
him. I went over to see him thirty and our laws be just as
I clerks. 0ar goods are marked the next morning. He said his This supreme remedy for femalediseases effective, wise and practical l?> the favorite song of some loved

"t' bowels were in 'a' terrible fix, quickly cures nervousness Men of sense know that our one just as she sang it, and the

thatthey:: had been running off sleepliuess, melancholy> public men have not been careful bright quaint sayings of the lit-

so long that it was almost bloody headache, backache, fainting' time savers. tle ones natural to the life. They
flux I asked him if he and dizzy.spells. It is a godsend The work that Mr. Jones has .
clown and the ] had triedChamberlain's can be reproduced perfectly it;
is ,
way. quality ex- Colic, Colera mi id to weak, sickly, run-down pe wrought since he entered the
pie. Cure guaranteed. 5O any time and as often as yon ,
Diarrhoea. Renedy and he said, Only c field in the way of thinking and
[ 'No.' I went home and broughthim Sold by J. L. Gaskins druggist. correspondence shows him to bean > please. Besides, the Grapho

bottle and him active, interested man. He[ phone affords wonderful enter
my one
ent. r' gave
ce Call
h on us. .. .. dose; told him to take n otbeIdosein Picnic at the Comer Bridge. is by education, general information tainment in the way of reproducing '

: ,\ '' : fifteen or twenty minutes I There will be a big picnic and and business qualitieshighly the music of bands, _

h .t.,...;1.:'.;...:-<, :, ,. :,, .' :', : : .:.... .. : l ... if he,, did not find relief, but he political speaking. at th'e--Co n- fitted to serve us in the orchestras, and vocal or instrumental
i, : ti took no more and Senate with credit and honorThis .
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: L'J:: -. f' *: ",' : ; was entirelycuretf. nor bridge on "Friday, August soloists. When in the
I think it the best: medicine has already; been-dt.Imo n-
; I have ever tried." Forsale 31st. All are cordially] invited strafed. by the great number of sick room the Graphophonehelps '

"t' iA by J. L. Gaskins, Druggist.A to 'attend. No one will be allowed Senators and Representatives: to while away many a. '
s 1 : to sell refreshments who have their "
; except : pledged support tedious hour of convalescence.

,pleasant party consistingof ; the owner of-the grounds.Best along the lines of retrenchmentas No investment will return so '. '

WY Mrs.; W. T., Weeks, Mrs. S. indicated and advocated byMr much in pbastrg's: I the '
Way to Cure Jones and this isevidence purchase
Backache top,
f A J. Sternbnrg? Misses Isabel l l l of of a Gmphophooe} Graphophonesare -
t pp Backaches the weight he will *
y., r t Peek''. Ollie, Maude and Alice I 'are caused by disorder carry with,him on entering upon soltllrorn $5 up ,

." Weeks, Miss Ethel Sternbnrg: In the kidneys. Foley s his'.-,work. He will be the, .. y-
4 I : lajid {e5SrSf W->A. Hutson, Jim6nU i i L Kidney. Cure. will make. the kl right ;and .strong man in the O.A.8TOB..A.. '

", : Horida.s .; Arthur Patch drove to', neyj right, Take' substitute t ,i right.place. ,g tart tb cCiT1141im1 YIBILul'. AInts./7. :Bc2 &
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FLORIDA joy the same facilities -thai '. 1 IV n ffi25'2... .
ADVOCATE.

I' Gainesville has.According Another CHEMICAL CO.: id
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PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
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FLORIDA. are knot in it" on this ques IV) I : \\f

: I PoieS' Fever Curef i

Amy O. PowelL .Fent.onM.'Prewlt.t.. tion. Jacksonville has a "sure V,. I mlCKAcHEIUmbag'o-.he ... V I Dr. "Nevel' Fall

POWELL & PREWITT, thing." notwithstanding your ,Ln a \\lli lliI

EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS. The :Met.'segotisticaldssertioim are wron?. They are the strainers of ] all bl
the blood and must be kept right if remedy iii

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. I Saint Augustine; Ocala and GJ= you're to have health. I V 1 } truly valuable

Ofl Year..... ... ... .. ........ :... .... ...1.00 .: Gainesville hold a pretty good i Foley' Kidney Cure is guaranteed to >dis Months.... .......,. ................." .. So Ii IV ./ make the kidneys right-to put Item in per Fever Chills i,
1' You risk. It's
Three Month..... ................ ..... 25 hand, and one or the. .other of ttid- 1 o, anteed.fect health.Buy a bottle run to-day no if you're guar.cot !11 1 ilca!: 8'"of, '

them may spring.ai royal flush p II I It fceline W. L.riTht.!YANCY: ,Padacah.Ky..writes:"had rn. Troubles
OFFICE : i' t 1 .severe case ol kidney disease and three of the Ali 1 te Female ,
when the crisis comes. best physicians of southern Kentucky treatedme Appe r
i UP STAIRS IN HEMHINOWAY without success. I'was induced to .try
,1 \ Foley's Kidney Cure. The first bottle gave Oi Indigestion.
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BUILDING ON CORNER CALL For Whooping'Cough. 1'' me Constipation

V : permanently. 1 gladly recommend this wen- 'I

AND WALNUT STREETS. "Both my children were tak- derful remedy." --. -- : Ifl

BANNER SALVE is the great healer. : l- ; arc our
1 en with whooping b,"writes IT.I H ulllrea 1C1ISC natrons (tl
NOTICE. The Editors of this i I \*. i' i
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Mrs. O. E. Dutton of Danville
fulll
and
will not be responsible for view expressed Estate of J. L. Gaskins. I best advertisements. For prices 1

by correspondents. Ills.! "A small bottle Fogey'sHoney 11m IllirJ

and Tar such relief --
gave write
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Advertising Rates. that I used a 50 cent bottle :
ANNOUNCEMENTS.All ANNOUNCEMENTS.\ f'I m+tmat l. JMIgrj :
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Our adrortlsing rat.es111 be as reasonable which saved me a doctor's bill. Tate O '

al consistent with keeping up a good newspaper J. L. Gaskins. i522se.
:ids the purpose of the publisher to FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF STAQKE FLCSUDA, ,
announcements that are in {\rt- :
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Issue a clean attractive newspaper with only SCHOOLS.At eEt$
ed under biz i head will be ._2.529..5
t chargedfor S:
of advertisements as will Mrs. O. E. Pace Dead. "
such a proportion 125? a2at..i cS S8 E 25? G.5i
Insure that all will be seen and read, and none at the rate of $5, Strictly in Ad the request of many friends I

buried behind a mass of others. Rates will Mrs. Margaret Pace died vance. hereby announce myself a candidate -

be uniform and will'be made known on appli Monday in Jacksonville where for re eleoiou to the office of

cation. : she had been under the, treat FOR STATE SENATOR. Superintendent of Schools, !subject: ATLAriTICSUVl1r1UEE: \ RIVER I GULl a

N. J. Jones, candidate for State to the action of the Democratic party.

Geld ra1 Dlrec ory. ment of physicians' for several and promise the people of Bradford, 3rd 18G9.
e4 Senator, was born in South E 1St t Tim9 Table In-Effect Wednesday August ,

weeks. Georgia in 1854, attended the common 'i If elected, to give the same active attention -
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MUNICIPAL. Mrs. Pace the wife of schools there to the time he went I to the fecunola of the County :Car --- .- t o.
was up .
i' ,f.3. 1'.0.3.o10.. I. Mayor-M.R. Ltddon. to Business; College. He came to Florida that I have in the last four year Daily 'Slag i : but t.S
Clerk-Ueo.A.Gurdioer.Marbbai Geo. E. Pace, a prominent citizen _Sun o Y JSAt_oly! ___ -- ,__- .
null Collector. P.Dennett. in 1874, locating Statke in the ] With the experience I have had, if '! 615 t\ :: CO L\ .......... Staike...... ....:.At 0 110 rtS n C5.p
T. W.Sweat. of this place, and was well !. 3falpiBlKrp t .. ;; ... ...... !5 *. 9.t= "
AMt>aor- re-eleeted, I believe that! I wi\l\ 3 : 10'1:1' ti ... "Mae I'iand. ait p t
mercantile business whim ; UP p ;
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general e.1- ; ...... '
Treasurer-J. W. Morjjan.CooncUmen ,or.\ :..... .... SuntsoaduLtion. 7 :re u 1"1' P P
: -J. M. Truby. A. E. Moitt, W liked by all. lie hus followed continuously up to I able to not only hold the present 32)p'3O: 1> :i b2tl bjS P p 7t2& .I.. .. ,. .... ....\\\uiuwrijzttii. .. ...... .", S 1 JCsl a t'xr:; p'S11ip'
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"W. Uappi J..G. Alvarez end H.A. Farmer. 7S7 I, .. ..... Atlantic: ...... .. .. 13 10 IB a up b'
Street Cleaning Department \V. Sydboteu. : The Metropolis, of-Tuesday, the present linn1, a pt-riod of 2fJ() y'!arp. I growth of the school, but place them .341p 6 'l'5p P ,33a x,,:"j'. .. .. ..-:....':. % .. 1tS'.......'.... .... H !C t'ff a 9io pk ,
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on a higher plane of advancement I.:U 1IHU: TfcomastlKc 17 }10 a pI4t0p I
Mr. Jones attained his in 33\)01 p '
contained the followinglaccouiitof \ matuilty )' ..4.1\.1.. .... ....L.Clt.e...... ..... 20.- 1+31a .5:) p'
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her death "' our State; cast his maiden vote in 187S than they have ever been in ourCounty' 4 Tu3'p' + .& :. .4':" ...... ...... t'etzenR. ........ ... 21 !1 u i'a 55:: p :.
( COUNTY OFFICERS. : 4 03PI'p I 7ltrp VK a 1-'I "...("J,.;1 l!: !rebW"lt.h ........ .. i3 \ 0ll :iI 0i3..... t. ..
history. ,,
rfildo1 ;
for "l and llendricks for : Q"I' ...
R. Richard. Mrs. Pare wife of the 4 20 TSJ 8078U a .... : ''.it ll.rnett'.Ltke.. ... 28:: I c i
County.Judie-J. Margaret p ... ,
; l". G. SCIIELL. .. ..I :.:.:..S'&W\o1ctlun.! ... t :i 4S I'J a i- .-i>
Clerk Olrcuit. Ii.CuurtW.Denmark. Weeks.SheridS. Mr. GAO. E... !Pace of Starke, PresiUeneyv, DreWj,aml Hull for Governor 4p 102: ? 722 12.\p p f 1'It.J1\t\ ;50; .I.t ..:.......... \fLegta.....-.?.... ... -.i., I\IBiGt i r S'.tj P\\3'\ ., "
T u Assessor-\V. J. Kppenon.Tux of Florida, JIon'L:;John C. Hi- 43.\: p 7.T57SS p S..n ... .. ..." ......1 It.GJ l+'la died FOR SUPEIUNTEXDKXT: OF I \ .. ... ... .... 1 .. ..
: Collector W. Alderman.upervi.oor ., injthis city at 8 :15 ( 4 ;:::ip tJo. 41) u ...... 'r'r. .O crt.iN. f. I v.>6 } r .a 1 HM:
third for State Senator, jjTnd Dr. Gas-
T. A. Knight. SCHOOLS.
lleifUirutloa- o'clock yesterday after .
board of Cuuuiy Commlssioaers-K.A.Todd, morning kins for the House Representatives. COKA'ECTIOKS: : ; .
Chairman; It. W. Cameron, J. 11. Cr J'vs, W.W. ?i lingering rllne s of several I hereby.announce" myaelf :> candidate .
"Jumblin and It.G. Insre.Supedalendcnt Mr. Jones has been an unfaltering with F. C. & P. Railictd !\r Savtnnah and J8Caaon..:
for the olllce or Superintend'nt At Starke ._
Public IOltrucUona. months. She here
was brought Democratic worker. lIe was a loyal :. '
fcchelL : OilcnCo tie. ; .
of Public Instruction of Bradford Gaiuesvilie, Oeala'T:)npa, ,
School Commissioners W. KicVlaei; for treatment but her vitalitywas of William I
supporter Jennings Crjan
Chairman;1'. W. Flnhoister and J. D. Harden. county, subject to the action of thfi At SrmisotrJuneticuttithU.5.; : & 'r.fcrPalatIa,Zsldcsti.Maccnet too much exhausted to receive for the Presidency in 1S9;! and is still }Jr.fcrmatitii call LLit'.',
i i Democratic party, and solicit the support : For furiher 01.4:1 j
beneficial results, and loyal to the great Democratic Silver o"f my-fellow-citizens, promising ARTHUR MEIfiy, GEO.rfO1ipSET: ",

The ADVOCATE notes with l death came calmly to end her leader. i if elected=..to.g1ve my time, energy' Gen'l. :Manager, J Jacksonville 5. Stir; 'f :tendent, 8tsrlie, Fl!:

pleasurelthat Bradford's cotton l sufferingS Deceased was born FOIL HEI'EESENTATIVK.: i'I and ambition' the -idvancesneut) of' 1 ____ -- --- -- --

crop will be a success thL i in tiC'Hrilifax;; N. S., November I take this method to inform the educational cause of the fNnuuy.
crops\ my I
season. 20, 1838, and when quite young friends and the voters. of Bradford t I ._.. T. D.- (1- 'nH.: 0. M.- BPARIcvUNOO] -,

i came to Florida to reside with
county that I am acaiidulata fora roll KlllL-y.

St. Augustine enteringjsthf"' her sister, the late :Mr?. T. B. member of the House of Representatives I -DEALERS iy-.
The friends E. 31 John take thi.
; Hoyf, at Middleburg, Fin. She subject tr> (the DemocratPrimaries !-.! '
for the
race wiJrcnLofla announcing
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Captial means of his oandidsi-y: "JTlrtfT
., was married to Mr. Pace in 1859. lo ,I.H h,*'d. ou September : ." GSADB WHISKIES.per \ '
deal of for tho ofil-ju < f Sherill of lirftdEordcounty i
great Jacssprjivillesupport. :I Her married life was most hap ISth WOO< ); and if t:1"I etetl l l, will show : v .J2.t
I and promise! the peoplu o' ,,PoWill.C'1." : Vii:) nHOtl. Corn VrMej'! I* In '!!:.:'O ;..crpjse a1TI1'tr
.r She of tem mYJl'pr(> --iptiM theieof: by a faithful ;
was bright
py. a I i3 ":ldlor.l, that, should! they bt .tnw : Lin s.af O ":'r _ltUOH.. : Brandy. $-.%; &) ti t ter icu'lon.: 1't'aC

Voters, the iiliie for the primary perament with a clear, vigorous diselJ.H tgrof Ve.U mduties.; >".iv...tfniir, the honor upon lilnTi;'- ho will fjiiUjfully ;)-1 f.r, !J,{J tors; I p.'r 1n. \r lllle'V1'at yY1in.y. .::&) I jirj guIon!
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iind, lovable in disposition work! for thor::: t l est interests alai'! i.rtl'l1liOlJ! id ; 1 (irdern
is close at hand. Choose! : and kind DA I .* M. CSO11STO. !I! Pl :. t .. x 1
most and i eeiitle in .. si rye without fAvjnfev purliality to. -

well and'select a Senator whc) manner. She had strong religious 1-----; : :T.ATI.E.I I[ anyone. 'Tfe., 'i L*I' f'jI J.'Y'L G ..L.fl.y J. "i. .I'.'''. 'PECIALTY.Sferke, :: '
T' I T,! \Xy TnTTXTlO.* <- .
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inclinations .. '
has advanced ataxation plan to redact:t being a T 1 I ",. .n-.... .. T'r, '
c-reby auntciMCe myself: a can'lii. I. U \ l 1t t2" Gv." ''1 li
devout member of the Catholic I da ... Ii i 1 C, ; Ut l.l.v.Y.S.:..54 n : : ,
:ilor Repi :motive from Enutfor. -I FOIL S1IKKIFF.: ; i iI
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Church and her whole life 1 ,
was .' .
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i 1:1\11 a candidate for re-t-li'*t ti\n to
11 N. J. marked with goodness and ]Jove the DeiiKH-r.i'.if Prjn.uiy to be held: i
r. Jones' i I
splenditto
the oUcc of Sheriff ol' Iiratifor.1; OOIMj ;- ;
Ii
.. of God. Besides her husband &er''nll C
tv promise: .
people ,
libght lower taxes is makinghim : f\r ; .
who survives her, she! leaves- soliHtMlfS! SUI j p. rt of t ht people, andho'.Jd i I I they bestew : honor int*' 14 ./.. AVa ....... __ ... .. _
upon
."p'- friends by: the score. Mr.. four children to mourn her Departure I I fe chos-en to re'pleaeut them .',
4: gain for ul'cthrrmr y ,arI will, ilmy <> I St ty 6 ja, i .
,.JI Jones has the interest of th faithful discharge of l"nj'dUQ' duty faithfully, heating aH'alikr. Peninsula ATire j

,.. people at heart. family resided in this city from 'speetfnlly, I and Viewing no partiality>:ate\>r. I T\7 h :E.rJ'Jt: ":o' .1r.n" 3 193D.Iw. { .

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1870_ to_ 1883.__ nod here__ _she_ made I.V. P1NHOLSTER. S. 1 J*. 1 I*i'AJ'V->i*T*\ !1i.:: ,' '- '
t -- n Imany' ..- -..... I I .......-_.-.-......... 1' ... '
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The friends. will I j \.. .:;.. _.:....:: I..J .i I J.; t 13 n i
'-. Seaboard Air Line has Sympathy FOR COU.NTY TltE\ UnEn. Fun SHEIIFF. : I r" "

be felt here and elsewhere in ? I 1.v..3.......t"7'(y l:_::'t 3J1.I-......I -:-.:'.:,;., .; :;c..I1: .4.N'"
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issued a circular to the effect I hereby announce myself a candidate I am n candidate for :Sheriff: <,r Bradford I 4. PrJ.t; (' 8..;II.. 3Iigs'.........I'l'I ..J1U. ; JI..3J1JI' 'r"
Florida where the is 1Ir.: I ;.. .... .. ........ .
family for the ofiice of County Treasurer county subject tc'ths :Hutton! of I to Dyde ClY S1' -.HJ.U"U1I. r3rB.iwLa. :'Qta>v a .::lIi 1li ak
that all
: employes" on that road r". :1:?,)t.i.. ,1'14J.1e.,1"yonli! ; L7LiN'dNR; : ":'::=-:'. ::- L'jI', ,'' .
well known and highly respect aud promise the people of Bradford the Democratic party. \ Lv '.r ttr'!>'rk:i:;:\;u .. 1!. ..... : .....M h.Mr: etJJlr .. ... ..... ilJ1.R:'., bwpT1CrlIl ;
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will be obliged .to Keep their ed. Funeral will be here and : .. .. .J 4.n': r..:a'ani....... ... ...... Ic'eiev f ..... I. It.L"1J11 dx'7q .r
that should I be elected to serve -pcctfnlly, 1c-"z..... 9tilsut71..,. '.. .......': ........ "Us-uOt; ...l...... .. .'...t...',!tI3nt1EfirTrvl'1ev. .
debts paid or suffer discharge. arrangements will be announced I them in that capacity:: I will do my JOHN N. LAKOKORD.FOII .... \I #,J"l't 1'I'l!: .......f. ......' n 11J. i in ... ......_ :...""I 1nne a1l i.L.T'1"r. .
i 9'4;n' .n: .... .... MOIItleelo. ..... ........ :i". :n 4 41afR
later. The interment has been I duty faithfully! and administer! : the I .. l.e"'bnrq.f.i : .C1; t:;r:I..uI;Il., .......,........ iturkAi is... ......-.. ........1 l :a.ftU") BrJdrtAr A
The time is fast I TAX ASSESSOR.I I '7.1'cWt-l. .:h). .;:uc.. !:! .i'r.m; .....:I.1.'Y. .., ......_. .......' 4 dJpmi d! 2tua.
approachingfor deferred until the arrival of j alFaira of the oCtet with justice: aneql1itj" hereby announce myself! a candidate I LV t.11..RUtr1.:;:;)5.x1.. ;..lt':?.,. .I--! :::::: ,. !!1: :: .:.--J'ae r !) CA ,
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the Dr. Kesper-tfulSy] I .. ,.1'.1'.'.. I I.a ... \1". .,.a..1=.. ...... ........ 'I -
The Rev Edw. Pace : :
County primary. A. ofl for re-election! to the omt'ef I I' ..,.."'_. ..... .,.. !1Min'I. .v_!im. ....... _........LyP.slda.;'1.... I iJ-1\1aI:1 gopm!........ .. .....
Washington D. C. the eldest CH.\ 1. P. CASON. I I' bLce-rtn" ; .... .. ..l l ....... ,..-.. AtFtars..f1J, *.-,,,l bpm ......-. ....... ',
people should choose well the I Tax Assessor, subject to the action .. ... ::
USAIhJILd t J ?.1. ... i' Vl x1.1J...... Il :"'.a ........

Legislative ticket. Remember sou of the deceased.If j jI POll COUNTY TRKASITIIKR. of the Democratic I':rfy. If reeJcrteJ I I trVTaldo.' Itruvh: ..., 81irrL 1. ERr-I'i .....'.,.... ................ _ tJ'ID1t i.. .I_
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1 promise a rlithrulllich:: ugl' of II I :. Jerk4-nriel' ,,;vi" }!' !. ..,..111!I ........
the future of the I a -- .----- -
depends candidate
County I hereby announce myself : .
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have in the
you a baby the duties of the ofiice. I
for re-election to the office of f f' I n- 13fv
upon it. house you will wish to }know J. El'prnox.: ;; L __ .
I County Treasurer and respectfully! <-.lal"loG-j'.! t "II.C- ... ..... .. ... .
the l best way to check any unusual I solicit the of the of the FOIl TAX ASSE .. .\Ic.er.: .. 1910.n.. 3 wn::1I.I ; ..'....- T vv.-a'dC.1Itr-.m: 3 IDsm 2ron.I ...... .
voters SOIt.I
The time has come when thepeople ] s-upport | 'I C.Ltr..e..... i9Gan.! 44.pm t"52pn. ....... Ar0desa..12i:1. trJ'e45cmi237nf........
looseness of the bowels : .
I, County.: j I respectfully announce myself aerudldate Ar\Va.uf lJI1J..16t'C-'ID: : 1 "!? ... Ar.he!' ... .. .. ..'_ !flL...1n alJ., .... "
demand Political i I ...... -! .. .. ..... c :aY.4 .. t3: '
facts. diarrhoea prita
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smnll .
: or so common to C. M. SPAUKJIAN. LvWaH? lei D 3lt.g. 2 --
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t for Tax Assessor of Rra 5."I: !nl.! ..... ..1....... iv'Itaiio iJMTytj,-.-....-.-..:. ..... .-'
children. O. P. M. i ,... . ArEswhnrne Il2Lpm .. ... .. ......
speakers may be able to make Holliday, fonl couuty nUll solicit the support ; }.rp ;.vn. Sh"rt1t 11.=A; at" .. taipm(. .. :.
FOR COUNTY JUDGE. E I -r- h'Crp.D: : .. .. .. ....... .. ..... .,
a flowery speech which is soontorgotten of Deming: Ind., who has an l: the people! at the coining election. If I 3 1 n" O la _.. ..:. l4.1-;m: 1 tia '''''. '

eleven months' old child says : I hir..by mmminca myself n candidate :! elected I promise to dibcliargfi! my duty I' P1)1er.e'2,, E J.! rn 1 :S;!!!"t"'I'......._..
while the candidate : I -; wn 'l.I 2ry+n 1+7n .
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r;l.lTerJ'tioa ....... ....UIJtzu.JJn; --
with few words and factsis "Through the months of June I { for re-eJeetion to the ofllce ul I faithfully. .. urtacy.. ........ .-. .. ... 12-l'tor.lji1IJltm: : : Lvwltcor..E.L, ., ..... 3-- .... ... .i ..,,. .' I
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many ..... c arms t.\m,
County Judge of Bradford county .u Lz e.- ...... .. 1.Op'1' "r.: -
the SeCi11'e and July our baby was teething + I X. D. WAIXKICHT.Ul 1 .. I4Ond'Clo.: ........ ..... lnapm 4iIT 2araet. .. S > T.:1 5 I ..... .. .. ''
that 1Ur'
will the
one and thank the for their .. ..I .. SC3mr., f.IJl ... .. ..
people mop hat'ivan.... ...... ... !5u. {'T'T"n. eJ. : '. ,
and took runninfioff of the I .,
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votes. a ,( 1 Lire C'r.k... ........ i&are 4i2n:4 S 2 ar. ;"" .. ;' 3 Xtn .. .
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I I (I'lrt. .. ... ... 5 0 :.: .. &JiJanl. I Ito
.. bowels and sickness of lONE l I'1'ity. Q 2"R'U ;':>r.ro);:\\l m .. I"
the J. D. RICII APt). DOLL R .. .'...... ,' ,' .
r! ':e:!u: ;2'';m et.QY'l, ..!2f"r. y :.J _-=... ::.I ': r
stomach. His bowels J :dwin i b'rsm 4ap: ::flan. Lv'I uw: .. r.-: : .. : t.
The seat of government for would r !:r: :: !! 1 ;: ..I. j2rm.:.l\ll: ... ; .. ....
1rP.Aet'1y. m :
"or the :--F.F1 Kr7.. o lo1'1J;; 1 1.91 6i!1f"E l.n .. : ..;. .. ....
each State in the Union is nine move from live to eight times a' FOR COUNTY JUDGE. pay Arl.'l. II ... :\, 81+. I'Ji 7 ;'UJI 1 bwar c. !.;sat.1.11.J'i. I ti&pml:! >rl1 _Sba.ra ...1. ,.. .
: I had bottle of Cham !e.+ :'::...... 35'.Jr1 1 ;: :;.Mmt fIJ."= ':11 P r- .u\ t !
limes out of ten nu inland city.: day. a I I her-bv annoui'ce myself: a candidate JACKSONVILLEDAILY -.Di r!" 'cr6Fsv: a,.
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Di : t 20 Tho :? l'ul: ; .tS-r!:: i :;Cft:" ':"!' f1 tr- C"1.)1);. s:9ravie: (!}bin:(''1..) II
The people of Florida should for the of ice of County Judge ol r iSThrt-ushPvilijrai;: Kr-r>t3f'ir IvV>,:{ to Tampa.. ate Jn'-jcaoaTiUoiLnuic ;.Ofvr.) ;
arrhoea Remedy in the house I Bradford county at the ensuing epee J o.e.Tt.vclrELii: "I1 fr Vcpins Car J !.'1 1.v1'Jt> 'r-: ;.,*? (TlfcfiaJ.I : : -
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not make the mistake of moving .o. 1,1 c:e ,;!.1-uili'':'t.S-:"rrduqtar, ; t r_-'* Cr:-r.; to.kwr..it-. .
and gave him four drops in a I tin.. T invite an invf-tigutiou of my' METROPOLIS 1-00. i. 'J't'Tf uph hl O-v! CM *<'"" Jn* Car .*iTr.ce: op't-'nv-.Ip.10 Bt> Los. via Ijafa C1itTT t
the Captial to a town easily I. Ie.C '1'lro'g1'11: ; ,: eacletrisgCal; i! Hire ::::. [,cn to Jar'ta.nvi'rafr: : ;T. '
teaspoonful of water and he rd Justice the tncrof the .... .
I got I rtv-i as F- Ja.}Lt..rai; :n.u-iytola.ir at 3!'c1.aFatorr""rietuUeterxlPa eu..!r reached Whore
by water. D.5 MAi'ASIjU .\. q. :!.trUfN1Lt: ,, 1. A. i:2 PMAJT. J I
better For sale J 6th lh result of whichI
at once. by : trlet,111on tor Until December 1st. You wit thu'i I' .
'\"oulloUl' Capital be during a i 3ra.Y1 ,'uTC.>''tea:1Ccr'r., **.. ( **** t*ii.* d r jt t- O.zt+'Hir..P".i'" Aavtr.:. It
L. Gaskins, Druggist.Mr. am willing to abftlo. If elected I ,
be enaile-1 to
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invasion? i get t -- -
foreign promise i a fearless faithful, liono.-t I,

J. C. Griffis, onn of and! econnmii discharge of the duI -: I I ALL, THE NEWS !'I I I LEADINGDRUGGISTS I I The Peoples' Market -

CAPITAL REMOVAL. Raiford'3 citizens |I tied :\lIt>udi"K that Ome.i .
progressive
During; the nest four months of tits ,
was a pleasant caller at the 1 i GEO. A. GARDIXER.
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I Campaign a very smiil cos!. W. A. CROSBY. Proprietor *
The Capital removal !11 :
question ADVOCATE office Friday. He I
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grows morcv interesting :and exciting also had his name enrolled on FOR LEIIK CIRCUIT COURT. Mrs. G. C. Livingston. is visiting QaO I I II o A

book.BabyThki. I 1 hereby announce myself! candidate in DEALER HJ FEESE
our subscription Hampton
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each day* I Starke } .
for l'tH>Jl'ctiou to the! ofl5ee! of Drug Company.1
Gainesville St. .-. --I Mr. N. J. Jones is visiting in MEATS BEEP PORK k..
Augustine, I Clerk of the Circuit Court, subject to : ,
tho Western of the County .. .
part -i sa gm -.i.i. :
the action oi the Democratic : t
Jacksonville and Ocala! are the party. '

'"principle towns that in the i I respectfully solicit! the support of this week. DR. A. L. SCOTT, Hasher(; HAM, SAUSAGE, ETC. p t

are Is'' my fellow-citizeua, and promise a I N. \V. Ilackett i is buy in 1lis '* 0 t

I racpE:1ch I f itiiful discharge of}the duties i of theallfce. fall and winter stock of goods I -I!:, Orders delivered .t9.anr; part of

offers inducements this ? Then add \v. T. VEEK'S.FOR : V
town good summer a t in New York.: e --.fY__:_ __ '. the City "Oil slicrt notice.

and are stirring to i oonret littlescorrs Mrs.. (!. L. Peek and children A large and aborted; lino of 'ro/ )

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prize. EMULSION TAX COLLECTOR.I have returned home from an ex. Choice Perfcm t _.
I 3'()il .At- GIFB :JIlI: AjTjU..IL.
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to I his milk three times da myself '
a hereby announce candi-
S tp.ntlca'isit with relatives inGeorgia. '
Gaifrtsville claims health tides l Cigars Ci u -- "--
It is astonishing! how fast date tot the fllce<:f Tax Collector ofBradftjd .

good water, splendid railroad he will improve. !If he nurses, t : county, sul.ject to the nation Mr. : e' -e:J, .1..t:; Ftn.. -?e .A t IW SBY,
Hoehle.mu
l'cteulitiesitnd its nearness to the oDShc Democratic rurty. antl reFIeCtf Henry popular Gardeneed.i
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let the mother take the I : ?
isolit-it Vco contractor bW' tlieco2": "
,nly the support (the ; '
of the State. ;: -
a center [1 Emulsion, see.asd trio: aU s. at the camineeetion: tract" for : D:.". Stew-; ;ta Car* G tlpJtLo>< '1.' t'.J: tooet' +ta ro=rltp cnt V

Qdliaal St Augustine en-: i : r.iteC.tstir<;t 3 .:11. '_'i._--ta, 1PCJ% ?tj*' Ot'arum ; art, t .r .
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round Starke by r :
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Boy Answering His Description Fldf ;...,.t..:,'.....,;,.J.., "' .

OURREPORTER.Newsy e L al. L? : :;. > ,:>" ,- >t. .V
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Seven Departments of. Instruction. Affiliated .' ''I'J'.,1 .'.:
Paragraphs of the Starke Tuesday. thoroughly organized) .:. '.'. ;
with ot work in institutiongiven "0
University Chicago, one The Kind You Have
Always Bought, and which has been c.
Town and Count pro rata credit toward degrees in the other. XouSectariau. iu use for over CO: years, has borne tho: signature ofand '."" "

BRIEF LOCAL BOY WATCHED HIS CHANGES Faculty thirty.five experienced teachers. has been made under his per'rfi -
ITEMS.
: ;:!. son l cupcrdsloll since its
The )pioneer of Southern Educational In- .. r ? infancy.
# Allow no one to deceive you In this ,
Things That Have Happened. And When the Men Folks Had stitutions ofTering'comprehensive and high. i-
or All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes arc but Ex-< ff t

Will Shortly.Occur, as Told b pOur Left Made Ills Appearance grade college courses for both sexes. perimeirts tint trifle \vith and crfdanjycr the health or ; d e

Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.: )
Reporter.-Local) News. afternoon The College.-Courses (Including The School of Art.-Thfi head +.f ;
Tuesday about :3 I many elective1) extending over four.Yl'1U.K this department is an artist of acknowledged
What
Dr. Towell'fl Never o'clock, a boy tallying in every after graduation from the jicndfcinv repntajjon. Among the grew'gallet : is ASTORIA "
Fail : and leading to Bachelor of Arts ies which contain his i pictures j jI istlif

Fever Cure. way to the description of Tom and Bachelor oj Science degree" I I Corcoran Art Gallery, of Washington Castoria is a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops ;

Hammond, asked for food at The School of Law.-Thorough J nsiructiou I. D. C. Commodious, well and Sootliing- Syrups. It is Harmless and Pleasant. IS,
Straw rides to lake in law by expert teachers. lighted, completely quipped !studio.:! .
contains
Kingslay neither .
Opium
Morphine nor other Narcotic :
homes
the of W. T. Weeks and Large Mid complete law library,own Correct academic methods. '

are the fad now. SUcs> 'Kite in East Starke. ed by the University, and at the disposal Four Distinct Labomiorie-:-.Chemical substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms j
of all law student PtysicxlItiulugtcal! and Bacterio and allays Fc\-e:ishness. It cures Dlarricea .and Wind

i Starke will probably have a Mrs. Kite was seated at the The Academy.-Courses extendingover logical. Colic It relieves TeethingTroubles, cures Constipation ,

big picnic next month. sewing machine near the door. fOPr years;, preparing for entrance Museum of Natural TJistory' -Compreheuivr and Flatulency. assimilates the Food, regulates the ,
to any college or university, extensive \'cll! arranged; Stomach and Bait elS, giving healthy and natural sleep. :
Mrs. John Hull left Thursdayfor when she heard someone speak. i or providing a good general education. open, to all students. The Children's 19a ;;acea-Tho Mother's Fjlcnd.

She looked up, and standing at Grmnn8Ium-Grf'at of carefully .
her home in Jacksonville.The
The Normal and Practice School. aelectMl!! apparatus. Superior U"
the gate, which was about 25 Up-to-date instruction in the theoryand athletic, field, tennis courts and extensive CEr UrJtt CASTORA"oAL./AY! ,...,:. ad _
I Starke band will hold feet practice of teaching, including campus.

from the door
was a boy
its first practice to-ni ht (Fri training and] kindergarten work. Superb r.uilding!!, costing 200,000.( () :Bears the Signature of
,
that looked to be about twenty The Uusiness College.-The equal Electric! lights, steam heat, artoeian ,
day.: ) of the best business: coHegas in this water .
years of age. He had a sallow countryTypewriting! Business Writing

There will be a big excursionto complexion, light hair blue Stenography, Bookkcepinjr, Separate Dormitories) for young 1 LA '
Dunking, Post Office Service, Commission men :md young women. Baths: on
Fernandina on the 31st of eyes and sharp features, medium J.usiijfS'S Commercial Law, each floor.Military. + 7JQ rd .

August.Mr. heighth and looked like Telvsraphy! etc., taught by actual Drill for young men. Systematic -
a for

and Mrs. James Kelley boy'tha't\"onld'' weigh from 123 practice.The School of Music.-Courses lead women. physical training ;young The K nd Yon Ha8 ;

I to 135 pounds. He seemed ing to diplomas in Vocal Culture, Piano New Memorial Chapel, _capacity Always Bought I' ; '
have returned from a visitto very Pipe Organ and Violin.Library. 1,000, and Great Pip Organ; N y

Lake Butler. nervous, and was in-a hurry to .-Ten thousand volumesrecently Climate Unsurpassed I nvallj;Florida. 1 In Use For Over 30 Years. /''TNL
selected and High ground. 2s'o malaria'0;
secure the food. He was dress- purchased. errrau ...... "
:: COMP 'P"M'la.a7.date T. .rw'MltlC
L. G. StrinRfellow ot Worthington WScnd for Catalogue. ,
ed black ...N'"jI(. ::::jS !: -;:. ; '{
in a cut coat
square Cri'v'S
visited Col. W.! T. and had on dark which JOHN F. FOR' ES, Prcsidcnt. S
pants,
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Weeks here t'>
: l
Thursday. were torn in the rear on the '- __.__.__ __"'?_o.. _...."'_.._O'r .
n -- ---- : ,

",, II. C. Ryles, one of Samp right leg. He also had on a .,I he certaiuly answered his description ] Fish Fry.A .,.."'.o, ,..-."- ";". .::-
TllEBilllERllOP-
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son's prominent citizens, was dark felt hat, which he kept : to a dot. His lips pleasant] part composed of .t ,
I
on our streets Monday. pulled down over his eyes.After were H\ O Hen and covered'with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, ::9 ) --V
.j. ; For Repairs of all Kind.
:
MTS. Emma :Mclntosh of Bos- leaving Mr. Kite's he fever blNtfrs.Jssdging o> I I Capt. and lrs.V.. II. Anthony, \\ ,

.tnn., went to the home of W. '1'. : from the route that I I Mrs. '1'. A. Knight, Misses! ._- tt.i;.' '::;ti't l' .. t Call Street, Starke, Fla

},ft--;. C. L. Penk ia this city. Weeks Here he asked for food j he -vas taking' ; he was making, Mamie Gardner, Cornelia Peek, ---- :1"j" _.J.';:'"'"._::.";,:::.":-;'\o..;...: I I:,., Q3---; WO. --.e......-- *-.--

!lh'. and Mrs. C'.1). Lull left and refused to come in th
after it.When. He probably followed Alligator Messrs. Percy Gaskins Lacy ; ; .
1'hui'siay: for Macon, Ga.. where I -
I the food handed creek until he cturie Black.. Loc and Gunsmithing.Kewing .
tht-v, will reside in the future. was ""to Alvarez, C. L. Peek, J.V.. : r \, ,.u
to hint he said }he. hated have creek and then down J'lstek! i! '-..
.t.HI ..to on Syrtboten; Jr., Carl. Knight, '
.
;: J. C. Wills and I: n' ].. c-i:
family, to do this,'and thit-lie had"come; creek to the St. Johns and Jacksonville \Wm. Yalpy, Howard Philips! legiPIc.r'le:1, SealStores
1ft Saturday for Kuttawa } v. Etc. Furniture, ,Organs ami"Mupfcal
,
from Mobile
] ] and Jilianv Peek
r ji Care : enjoyed "'' j Instruments getl? ally.y .
xrhcre; will visit for i *
they several
After tatting- th<* food he hurried 'a fi..u :!
b fry at
Smpson
Wl"l"ki.: 1. It l 1+ col-tP"nn. fled reps!n4; nrmoi.t ling and Making-Over' Bed ails', Iroaus
away in* the direction; of : ; Sa"etlllaby.. i lake Monday evening.To Luuii"o--, Chairs and Household: Goods of all kiu'l. Only"[>e 6.

11. S. Adams, who working the creel, [ C-'MV J baby was terribly sick Material used. Thorough; work Guaranteed.ACVJK b i
>
%
iu Fernandina: visited his parr i wit1f"the. diarrhoea we wt-'r unable Tiie! Dear: SIGNAL OIL, the beet foiftLJIocks, Sewing> Machines, ficyc oi,.

'Monday (;lll'I. Etc. Best Attachments, Shuttles, Needle, Belts and parts ft,
ruts in this city Tuesday and"Wednesday. afternoon, about 3 to dire him with the doc A rich lady cured of hpr deaf
i generally for all kliuls of Sewing chin"8 at lowest pr
J o'clock, a,. big wind: and rainstorm tor's assistance, an5 as a last ness and noises' in the head by tiers t oticit-'d. Sewing Alacliines\ Bicycles, Stoves. Organs,

Mrs. Nellie St.arusand son came up at the convict resort we tried Chamberlain's i Dr. -Nich !soh's Artificial EarDrums Clocks! Etc., of any make or description: you may desire.

\Vednesdayfor Lake.But- camp near the end of the A., Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea i gave 10,000 to his Institute BOBT B. LEE Madunest Lock Gunsmith

)ler. after a pleasant visit with S. R. & G. Railway.:: Remedy," says: Mr. J. II. Doak, so that deaf people unable _.. .. ,. ,
i n:: ; '] 'Co.:" '-r-----:
relatives *- The of Williams Ore. "I am happy -----
here wind blew a regular gale to procure the Ear Drums .
.
jrV. to it immediate ,f" ':"" *-"' r---; -
and the rain came down in torrents ; say gave relief may have them free. Acid res .0
B. Conklin Bowersville
and euro.." For
a complete
LAST SEASON EASIEST METHOD Of l
0., says: "I received more benefit l and one could hardly see, sale by J. L. Gaskins, Druggist. I No.' 1291, The Nicliols'on Institute We sold a few hundred Universal THE' ;

twenty feet ahead. 780 Eighth Avenue Ne* Railway Bicycle Attachments
from Foley's Kidney Cure Intitxfacine! a number of them ia TRAVELING DY .
York New furl each State in the Union.: This
than from months of treatmentby The convicts were all huddled Madison Warren Dead.. City, good seed cf an eic-lle.it: product BESTBICYCLE ( ,
panted in the fertile soil of an HUMANPOWER.}
physicians. Take no sub- together under a storm shelter. Madison Warren, a prominent One Hundred and Ttt'ce. appreciative; public has crown so .
to speak from the infant of yes- I !
stitute. J. L. Gaskins. Hammond took advantage of farmer living near Sampson The hottest weather- terday to the giant of to.a,. ... ..:..", .
ever ex The demand this season for t .....

The Lawtey I colored base ball this and dashed out into the City, died of typhoid feverTuesday perienced in Starke was fell this wonderful.Our factory machine has been is unparalleled. taxindispensable- -r n tdctiol<.s __ _,.

storm. ed to its utmcst capacity,running! men,Statlon-ia,Lla ,0 ',':"
team will probably play a match : afternoon.Mr. here Monday and Tuesday. night and day. Nearly every- mca Road AgeBts

I f I game of ball with the colored The guard fired at him several Warren had been sick for Monday at 12 o'clock the where machine we it have has sent sold one hundreds.same!. Is the Telegraph; 0 pen t..*

Our scents have literally coined &lid E.er101l. ,
r nine here times and time he fell
Saturday.. one several weeks. He was a promi thermometer stood even with mcnay. This growing greatness co1lJloctec1':. .
I enables H3 now.to give better
! Miss Vesta Weeks, a charm as if shot, but was soon on nent citizen of that section, and the 103 mark. Tuesday: at the, value to our are patrons.nearer perfection Ou productions RAILWAYTRACK.! wltttRAILROAD..

I i Bgyounglady from Sanford, is his feet, however, and made was about thirtjyears; of age. same time in registered 100. than skill ew with-the ling:best training that mechanical in the- '"

good his escape. This was in the shade. service can produce. Every ore; Indispensable to every HUB
l visiting her relatives, Mr. and who rides a 1 bicycle: : wants a who rides a bicycle.
It is to that It lIecll'Vin Battles. The soda fountains did a rush Universal Bicycle: Attachment. Mikes cycling a pleasure tJle
Mrs. W. Weeks laths easy .
,: city. suppose No bicycle is complete without year round. regardHii of mod. c1
Hammond followed the A. S. Twenty-nine officers and men ing business and fans were the one. _.. rain or atOW. t
,
The dread of people with weak order of the day... This wonderful!device enables a bicycle to be ridden on the rails cf *S7 raiJwQi' i with
R., & G. R'y. until he came Jo wrote from the Fort to say that perfect ease and safety.:
lungs who suffer with stubborn for scratches The Universal Bicycle Attachment can be attached or detached to any Kerch Ia 3
the Sampson lake swamp, when brases, cuts, Deafness Cannot be Ccircd The weight of the Universal Blcycte: Attachment Is tut ten pounds.
coughs is consumption. Foley's wounds sore feet and stiff The Universal Bicycle\ Attachment can te adjusted! to any gauge track.
: Ths UniTersal Bicycle Attsehrr.er.t an be telejccped: and carried on the btcycMrldisg : !
he took local
of the dense
By
Honey and Tar, if taken in time, advantage joints, Bucklen's Arnica Salve applications, as they cnnuo: on the trade anoj..e provide with ach machine a carryine: case for this! purpose. _. t
woods reach the diiea i :ell portion of the Far':. The Universal Bicycle Attachment Is bail: tearing thrachcot.Th .
cures the cold, heals the lungs along Alligator creek is the best in the world. Same Universsl Bicycle: Attachment is rebber tired. '
a X'jere: ( Is only one way to cure deaf-: The Universal. yclo Attachment can be ridden at a speed: of 25 miles per hour by ta too-
and always cures incipient conngumption. and followed this until he came for burns, skin eruptions and and that is
ues3 by constitutionajremedie5. perlenll 7 impossible for the Universal Bicycle: Attachment to run off the track, u the front*kits
J. L. Gaskins. to this 'lace.> piles. 25 cts. a box. Cure guaranteed. Deafness is caused by ac I held! perfectly rigid by a special device. *
The Universal Bicycle Attachment can!te attached to either! tandem or allier.etUIeI
A heavy wind and rainstorm The creek runs within stone's Sold by J. L. Gaskins, inflamed condition of the inucoVs lining ladies or gents.
, I of the Eustachian Baggage b the amour.t cf 1 25 ponds! an be carried( on this machine. *i
caused the thermometer to throw of Mr. Kite's home. druggist. Tubp.Ybl"JI The Universal; Bicycle Anactrcects us furnished In black, mirocn. bluo. or ollra CTMB. Cfwni
r drop this tube gets inflamed you have, be nickel rated! 70 cent eitra. a < -
Hammond watched his The Universal Eicyc Attachment provides:!:the easesf"'i'e! and u traveune by Bonus Power.
twenty degrees Tuesday after chance Lost Three Children. rumbling sounder, imperfect heariuj;. TIe Urtversal ds Attachmects: are used on reany every railroad In the Unlt 4 Slue .
noon. It is to be hoped that !and Mr. Kite had not left five and when it is entirely: eloped deafness i Canada and Mezlco: ,.and nearly'every civilized( country on the Globe. '
It is said: that Mr. Slade, a : CAN THE RAILROADS OBJECT TO THE RIDER
the hot spell is broken. minutes before lie made his a pI Is the result, and unios' the inflammation Prtc1 i1b.0A..
I prominent farmer who lives be- CHU be taken out and this UTILIZING THEIR TRACKS ?

I The lack of energy you feel, i pearance.At tween Sampson and tube resKuvd itd normJ] condition, The:question ha*been nce .can a Railroad Co. recover dam- Wlighl10 UIL
Hampton
aces for the use of our machine upon the track should" they feel to
I the backache and a run-down the time..l\IrB. Kite suspected had oearios; rt ill bo destroyed forever; des?osed, ,In order to answer these ojjestlocs properly,we have Attached 01I
the misfortune to loose .
I consulted the best authorities in the wJntry.o
.. condition generally, all mean that something was uin cases out of ten are caused by I with the rUt: that ia successful action car dclac&.d laI'
three of his children last week. be n'ainta r d unless acunl JJmaie can te JfSStirSS.
catarrh which
kidney disorder. Foley's Kidney i; nothing! but inflamed I'
an ATUCHMOff
but there proved and the statutes oi the different satei : .
wrong, bring no man all .
Cure will restore your They were victims of typhoid condition of the ir.ueous sur I contain r.o pr:!vis-on a violation of which wear tXJCfT/JPLttO na 3 miaatf.resu.t
JaartuilaanuE's: As a !era! preposition : -
home
at she had let fever.
strength' and vigor by makingthe person to faces. I a rai'road: Is a quasi-mibuc i highway and J ?
i
the traveler thereoi not necessarily! a tres- / -
kidneys well. Take sub him go. She says: that she intended Follows AVe will give On- Hundred Dollar j ta-' '.r. But fa the event of his l/sirf*trespasser 3 -r
Fatality Failureto
for any case of D afue?* (paused 1 bv : wcuid: not remove the necessity: cf ', ,
stitute. J. L. Gaskins.Mr. to tell her husband that pT--nrto? actual d-rue3 before a recoveryecu x+ j
use Foley's Kidney Cure in catarrh) that cannot by }1a11Ca; : : *!be !ha1 in any case, and the rubber tires Lr+i
I'-
evening, but the matter was forgotten tarrb Cure. Send for cirfujars, ire,. cf a bicyclenight roil upon the stel rails cf a ;: "
J. F. P. McMurry null time. If taken in earlier stagesof F. J. CHENEY & CO., railroad! for centuries without -injurine) the -0
until Thursday evening. rails. The bl. cle! not being rsstrlctsd to any' ,,.: ,.
f"milbtve moved into the } Toledo Ohio. ti
Bright's disease and diabetes particular ue ants be operated IKOT the
Green cottage on the corner of If the boy was not Hammond Sold by r>rug:rfstt5e./ wagon road as well: ai upon a rauroad w'uich; t'
'" it is a certain cure. You have Hall's Family Tills are the best. makes untenable! >n action oron any theory- a" I
."
Call and Cherry streets, whichis thin! for actual damages trtstrred.raad defeat :-
. -. noticed the high death rate from a claim for injury to track. Sara*COT ;T'-s wcetd lead people who are less eftcttetved+ toes the J
owned by J. G. Alvarez. That Throbbing Headache' subject to bstteve they could' Impose fine mod imprisorunefit in fHjcb ca-;' and hsrq. bushed
: I these diseases, and it is not wiseto Infant Dies. notices to that efct..bat these notices crrit'! oniy to relieve --e.co I a.RSJi y'-nt. and are sent cut srfely fcr that pu/pote. .
"I am a switchman," writesA. Would quickly leave you, if, ignore early symptoms when The infant son ,of Mr.Mrs. and GRAND SPECIAL OFFER CUT TBi9 Oty'r and we will .
J. Jenness, of 9201T3ntIerrfrwt used Dr. Life a medicine like Foley's Kidney nher y S7.59 on yotar order J':
yon King's New II. A. Farmer died at the' sample machine. Man it to cs with ycurcfdjr t 1scbstng S7.:C te t *tp> afId.e will ascfezcbisiva JQII
: Chicago, ":lnd am oat in Cure can be had. J. L Gaskins.Dr 1 territory for the Si:e of this wosderfut mra'tne.if the territory yon ask for Jsas not a ,_
ills.; Thousands of sufferers residence of its been assigned. This rifer net yx&unless acccmpanled ty J7.50 and: -c?whit'advertisataeob ,
ail kinds of weather. I took: acold parents Tuesday : t This offer is only nude wCh a -r.-rv to tetrcduee ar machine LI territory which It hat not tant'.iokcnsbty
have proved their matchless'merUorsicklDd E : Intnxftxrail. Place! your order to-day. Ocr r ponibility-V/-J tit?<-700 to any brJr
kid.
: L. afternoon
which settled iu my Stewart la making at 2:45o'cloo'': or banker in Nnr York!; cr Ch:cage; to eon. ereiai agencies or any repunb;if tnHntn bauM la 0

vii\AY$ and was in very bad shape. nervous Head; considerable improvements on of iriflaraation! of the Lawfrl: Nev Part.:<*:-** THE I UHtVEBSAL CO, 205 E. i2li St., C&ieap.l

.. I tried several advertise medi- ache. They make pure blood his residence on
clues with nobeuefituntillwasrecommended and build np your :alth. Only! '\ --:? ._ .0_............. .,_ ,- __ ___...__ ....-...-..._ ___ .- ,_r
to take ,Fol y's 25 cents., Money back if nof! a.a,i'x'Tt=...&. 0.4.a':!!0- .:d'13: : --- ------- 101ubscribe <

3i._: Kidney Cure. Two-thirda o jt cured.: Sold by J. L. Guskirrs, Bear,ill "_ 'r%aj Yea Ears AteS.Eggtt BeantJe'. : jl: .'911! I; 13 its? i it J t for tlc' .A dvocate. Only One D91J:


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At a meeting of the Democratic Executive W'il l4N ,
Committee of Bradford county State of Flori 0 0 2tNS. .
Lei da. July 23. 1900. a Primary election was called .j TABULES. It1s
o ei to be held In the various election precincts. of b I'
said County onTuesday. I
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September 18, 1900, .. ;

i for the purpose of nominating A. I Is
ONK STATE SENATOR And -

oi. TWO REPRESENTATIVES.MEHHER8: OF THE HOUSE. OF Doctors find. ( I
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In said Primary the candidate receiving the
highest number of roles for Senator shall be ( I .,,
declared the nominee and the two candidates ,}, I{}rrFiflcUatffr :
receiving: the highest number of votes for .
i House of Representatives shall be declaredthe .(

RI1r nominees. ..
I None but white Democrats who have registered y
ahd have paid their poll tax for the two FULL
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IIDI proceeding years shall be allowed to vote; A Good. *Sii3iKi'iiiiS\ J. h!XIT nit' t" a. {
rrovlded. That white Democrats who are not
r 2525mSHORT subject to poll tax and who are ngt registeredby
reason of Just coming of age or of having t n" t w
moved into tho County since the last election,. l nti i .j
SNAPPY SAYINGS.Read be allowed to vote;and Provided further.That, Les "a 'tla tj'Mi' 1441 h w
any white Democrat who will become of age I "
in time to register and vote in the next general
election be allowed to vote. QUART ;
The polls shall open at 8 a. ult.and remain Prescl'Diption b ,
Mr. L. C. Futch'ssplendid open until sundown; Provided, the Inspectorsmay
take a recess of not more than one hour
speech in this issue. It between 1: m. and I p. m. During said recess
the ballot box shall be locked and sealed aud
is a hummer.Mr. kept in view of the Managers.The rJ
official ticket to be used In such Primary ,"
shall be similar to the'one used general elections
L. C. Futch made a decided and shall be prepared.and furnished by BOTTLE .1
the Executive Committee. For rnaiiiniWANTED
"hit" with !his speech at Any qualified elector' may call: upon any in- ,

spector or clerk. to assist: him w preparing his -. ; .'.!. .>j.'Vt -i'i4; .<"rr%} .'...i1i3SIP
Theresa baUotrCandidates r '
Saturday.Col. J u 'Lw.
for State Senator shall be nil&ied'II0.00 -
each, and candidates for House
J. T Wills, Bradford' I of Representatives, J5.UO each;Provided. That .
the name of'any candidate who shall fail toNY ,
orator, will delivery speech inJatlcw'rTvflle his assessment to lion. M. L. McKinney f
Treasurer of the Committee before September :-A case of bad health that R'J'p' ,. R -f
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...r--- -- : 1 : 3d, 1900 shall not'appear on the official not benefit. Tliey banish pain and 'N'S wlil e : h kr c
ight Thurs prolong life
One .
r ( ticket. repel! Note the word R'J'P'A.N'S the givu t t 't ,
011
day. U'nat for the purposeof holding such Primary; accept no substitute. RTPA-N'S package and I1IH
) 10 for
there shall be three Inspectors and one Clerk be had at any drug store. Ten samples and o.e S cenlS.tl'ousan1 maT ,5 !IIy !I t T Pft"I r 11 r
for each election district, and the following testimonials will be mailed to any addrtfi for five ;
cents.
We appointments are Made: InrwudeJ Iu the RipaQI bcmicol:
a communication Co: -\0.
copy street, New Yurko ? IQ 5pruca
DIST. NO. 1. Law ley.Ellas t( #
contributed to the Lake Butler : Crews. M. L/Loadholtz and Henry Bet:- LT

Bulletin by Rev. Giles of nett, Inspectors; Jos. Williams, Clerk. } ; .. .

this DIST.,, NO. Z, Lake Butler. !.5 r-i''' '. .:,. !/agfelSS
city. Itis inter 3tiDg.Latest T. P. Register John Brown and J. E. Dekle, ... atrcr l' wr
l Inspectors; \V. H. Edwards Clerk. > S

picnics to date Con- DIST. NO. s." Palestine, *,,..., .
: W. TJ: Hammonds. W:. 0." He>ee and J.'A.1' -'- --r .
.., liorBridire Douglass Inspectors; T. A, Moore Clerk? --
; Aug. 31st Blair
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DIST. NO. F. C. &
4
Providence.G.
&MAILROADArrival DOES NOT HANDLE TBS
IF YOUR DEALER
Scbool house, Sept. 7th, and W.. Clyatt: H. Hodges and A. H. Wi: .. ..:. .

Long Bri ge, Sept. 7th. hams, Inspectors DIST.;C NO., O,fcPIne pdoin;; Clerk HilL: and Departure of-Trains at Starke. i r ,

D. W. '.p.- I. S or.v'. .ate USOBElW a llt COlt COUf Tyt
Pinholster
tJolfn Lewis and Wile:; Schedule in effect Juno 3rdj 900. ri.
"Cousin"Charlie may be Kelley, Inspectors; I.1W..Pjibolster/ lerktiDISTdNO .' .

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C, Starke.
somewhat No. 0, South bound, leaves Starke r
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1, backward about W. W: Sapp W. W. Tmnblin and W. A. 10:59 '
a. m. for Waldo} ]
Gainesville
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O'O'.bY.lDspectorli; J. Jo::. Futch, Clerk. SQUR-M&SH 1 WHISKEY
speaking ubl'c"gets.there but he D1ST;:NO. 7, Hampton. :dar cud all Key.South Otttla'ritnpa Florida Orlando '4n r TENNESSEE .

j just the same." Inspectors Wiley Jones; Uoi.',,!'J..'Cameron S. GrinerAnd,;,Clerk IvVv}; Moore" No." 10, North bound points., leave Starke rnd us 1ottr"Do.I:Lrs (yN f'",..) b' r-:' = o 0r -=-ss Money Order, and vret .

DISTiNOjU; Pine GroG \' .. .'i<_f__ :13: p. -in., (or Femaudina, Jacksonville :: t.- ddiver .t:> your 3 :;::press.Iice! : :. : p; p std, p ached in a.m .. r-

Just suppose the candidates B. Sapp, J-'KiXvLltehead: aad K.D.Tutct i Lake City, Tallahassee, Peu':1a- perfectly plaw box, wIth nothing on et"i.d4'tdig tha canLnts. ,
had to Inspectors; J. JU.Bryau, Cler[. <*it* ;iola aud all{ points North. ..

run a foot race for office ; Immediately.'i 'on the close of the polls tht No. ,13, South hound, b-aves; Starke FOUR (4) FULL QUART BOTTLES '.' "..

where would\ Cols. Gornto and Managers and wheaisnch!fchatrproceed canvass{ is to completed..canvass tue pubUc vote) 007 for Oealn]: WiJdwood, cf this Delicious! Old: Lincoln' County,. Tennocsso Sour-Mash j;i.

'..t Weeks be.ut ainounce the result and make their returns: Tampa, Lee&bnrg: Tavares, Orlando Stock). '
they mightiuautomobiles' ring writing giving; the names of all andidato tuft all points South.. Whiskey, (Private .1
voted for, the offlce. voted for and the numfoei No. 14ol'th b ..
und )leaves
Starke
)on them. OfVoie each received. jwd securely seal th
.t<;j amt in an envelope directed to J. 1. II1U. 'i 40 :.1 m., for lladtvintJacksrnvflhl{ : 5oEL&OQ.,1 f '
Jones airman Democratic Executive Committee i jake City, Tit 1I hll s. e6, Pensacola ; ,,
v- has a'sand"*" bag thaf'lie.ift -g and the ballots and the poll list shall be securely .WW Orleans) and) nil Northern "5N these dsya of sraoktkss powders and :; "
"It 1 jjn -sealed In the ballot box, and said! en'el.slid points. t'1 high pressures why tate chances oatj .... ..'..
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; oJ 'poJiticial occasions'.. he ope ballot box sballon the day succeeding For i informal ion address, -1 1 fiin2; your face with ponder, losing 't\20I.r': .LIQ O D': \ .r. 7!. .,- .:;.. ; "
., .. inch Primary be delivered by one of the Inspectors ,l. D. WILLIAM.'ON, L. llj your eyesight and possibly yeurllfc byI .
.a made t 1 eSent" to the Chairman of the Democrat*. Agent, Starke Fla. using a reester tact ons en cep turd c'yctt 514 & 5IG N. CcIIog-o St. hvm\T\1nt10$8eg._ ,
N -.: I county Executive Committee .or the Clerk o> lava yo:r'cr, vh.r you eau avoid the fossi.e --- --- '
'i.rty days'':session of the' Leg- I the Circuit Court at Sttirke: Fla.., and on Sep A. O. MAcPOVELL, G. P. A.r Dillty by huioa t 5auLiN; c: S.a Tcp, "
I temper;"nth, IIMl' at J1 at a. m., the Democrat .203" We.oIt. Bay .Street; 1 Frcrn+ ced Si.L Ljecfin: prinepe! is the nidst .tv1aJ61 & Co. !3 an' old cstabl'.s': rcd firm.
lie Er ecu live Committee shall important improvcniiflt made in ripsirJc ,
ture. Its a eia\le: at thY J :ckotvtlle -- _.. '
stunner.SI court house In Starke FU and proceedt.canvass Florida. : arms for tang years.Corsr lete it3urratad: < w ; ,
,' "* A, 't Eo.Silsrnaset:
for 3
I such-returrui and declare cue result: of cerrtrg stemps. "
I 'THE MARLIN- FIRE ARMS'CO.NEW ; .. '
such
Printtr bdanssinets
e' w his that .
: ey some can. The Inspectors. bhall conduct this Primary a The} Easy R11I1IlII1r't"UflTTCWUflT HA iEtl: CON. C.,rrt Pa iaaOi;;: t, ". f
-atesSe in ""settin* 'em near a-s practicable accordance with the -
upvouldMtagger laws governing general elections except !;,, :I'-U.J.. };.T'ICf.
where variea( by action of the Democratic Kiecutlve --; --.. "
: rhinoceros
a andgivJSfMexican D".As
Committee. .A l: EA F "
U kJ.1.J..s.
The Inspectors uud Clerics of said election LJ ; .,- "" t .... : <
the chronic jimjams 'will sab,cnbe to the following affidavitWi;, -. '------- -._- -. ._-- --e--- =: 'ILJt

.. ?' List Monday ,an old co}. 'do election bOteuiniv: according-sflliui to hit in-strucUoni wetriUcnnductih given by the:.- SO\V\ ing( Machine GRAPHOPH&NE I .....:-..... '-'," .
Executive ,
Comor.tee and that we will noi I' .a A .
to a
red raan stepped around the knowingly receive" ballots from any but white t' + fa.. S .

'ner and "took one" on :Mr.Jjiso. Democrats.J L BILL, Ch'm C.>. Dem. r Com. sx., _r-E 2'i' ..FOR.. r _Jl.:?.." -.r + .. rp. wwn.r..r.esw.ww-n---fi. : p.;..... ; i
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w i !5- .q 'Res il ey. :2
C. W. ALDEKMAK Secictary. a (9'JY;':E! ; -i i'E 1+
-, A few minutes later :" : 7 t--.11 #' .;-- tH..l .. ,

j stretched' himself] out on the ,() 5) 0 O. .. '. 'k.fFffJ: ) 1\,,. :. 1 r' 'I2 t :?) .S-; 11
>;"- '.;:.r"' .z:1---- vi ," ; r .go_ a) : C9 ;
Iiettee in front'of Billie Ed- Matehek Pianos! c ; ;:' ; Ut: W': j
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.1 and prepared to watch with 2.!"' ;_- [:atk: orli "Star" flit tan: (shoeing scsdl ct tray:'intc:3 en n>a1:! .rit1G. !
the l are pianos a name :: E :;: ". cf fag), HJTM :Shoe; "J. T. '' G041'1 *' ..Lt
zoological procession go bygtihiesun : '. .. ... ,. ;, .,,,I ial.uc, "C "u'ts Cow, Ii
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'* ":' &!": t!..t. :Snitor : -L auj:Dn ll o ,d" Natural L ..f Tin Tr.ga arc of equal value in

.. which had just finished Pianos That Have a Reputation -$.\. Ww:;:'' : Vibe; : pecnrjcg: presents Ul"nticnad'bclotr: Tad nay be a9go:=f(; j.. !

!l' chasing the thermometer to .-.,.. .'1..>;jSk,,., ":*:...;...r...-1 Uurstie Con- Every iaan, Trcman aud child cal And something i oa tho list; I
second none. They are th .. .
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? ; :. :ructcn.f'.Tien that they rroul like to have r.z:U c.ahr.ra idSU

t Vp 'S11,j1' turned! its attention kind that hare stood the teat: ol "'i .'" I .4
NO BOTHER MUCH FUN 'f--r. I
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'.. lottoejii darky and! in few time Ana satlsfifHltiTe most critical : + err a t. Q i7ssr t
rl a r
M the Worriers! and Fleescrca cf > I
:' musicians: m every way. tti:jh-rritea IdJ1I1!: r'4I.cbi ta. a A. J Ittt-'iRr.: ..-t..........._... ... .. :::'I ::W CJ,'>C s. 3-dsr Catsn9nr. 'rhe-tlOlI TA03.. II'
... 'inlnuteshe. was sweating like a 2 KnP..b.I..1011\\. paid ste?!......... 9i I tear,liary7e:'...... ........ .....;. 5'e !
They Are Not nccotnpanled by a reorder! this! f"2: FricE'rs: ,4' IT1"hro. .... Gfull'l.I-\-, bcrWe
Seaboard Air Line tie cut Orapl'ophorif: can be used to make Rc --onl!. 4 U.lI', fe.l.if...'p'crit'anTsV{.)n S5 I iJ I; "Qve".T1n ttk-.dul1bt no 6->UoQ. h.
of cross Price wIth !\ecorcer,57.50. Reprodujee:: 1 6 tat:: : ana I'el'i'el'I 8H 't.f>n",,", hq':aI- e2craactt: :;'r.......... .... .......6'Ja
old style pianos that have been :;The most modern Sewing M.iehineof the standard Records. Send order ant money rv:tie p.'a-e"n vrlii'e I- nt.l......... M JC Toil Set.1'Jt I.1\ylttn, +. trt *
A few
ter. minutes afterwards rented for years, and then of- to our nearest office. t rrcnrji Briar '.'Ar.xl lliM..... ...... .. CJ to.: I.,...' ............... .... ._...rl'lJ.... (:0 q

the people on the streets were fried as.great bargains nor are the age, embracing all of the Inter t Iintprorententlt. i COlmmtPHm': ';vvt RAPU, ;: CL D:21. 30 '* ltaZ F'Cfcl<'r...Lollow.. .gcu.ir..1.11re.. Hcghili!....... C? I '7 To1.f.'t.v,;rp I:' :-:.'. 't1foCu-aI.J:e.> Ioocol-'Sin. 8M: I*. .
"eht Unequalled:: fur Dtiabillty Entter Fairs, tripIs plato, ::J itkn.iu.4anr33iil.t'bd
they low-grade" planoy: : ra.\ SORE, Broadvr \lxft r-a-'tgt n ;! .
TJV'45 q'Jal/-/ .... ....... ........ .a B'tu.
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astonished CHICAGO : fit 9' flat siiprfalf
blue ti\VibvQ Ave. : jowaivWi
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y p to ace a flameshooting made to'sell "at half-price. .:' Ilange of Work and >Bimplic- i ST. LOUIS, 7 Olive St. S sugar' Shell, t-toic.! Jole...0011: > nL. e'J Dresi,_alt C.zae. leather.faihSr.3. rtaa o 1L1J .
y < 0 \VA5HINOTCN 3-711 919 Pennsylvania Ave. la 8-stip"Pae'tttrwa; atar.... ...... Sri acd( lI.be.! ...... .... .1\0 1 .
from his month like a Every Piano Is Ne,,') ity. I rHILADEI-PHIA 1031 Chestnut 11 Knife. ':"-," two llrdra.. 75 ZI :sIIGtstgattachmrn'a.> first'cJiu t,T/Ub .
Dealers wanted in unoccupied ter BALTIMORE TO tU Eoiiimote 13 Bn'cher Eoiie.: "iiceu;" Fatter 8-ia ........ .. .1500 "
well on fire Tlle flames had I :BUFFALO Vain; St. Li.k.1$ Z"n.lyer.CuU'sta"be.: 1.1IOO: i
gas ; art: !
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.. and part is made in Uw IS 'her "
every ritory. Correspou'.once solicited. SAN ,.j A.CSCO. rs GearyS: criKut'er.5-inch....., i. !I.clll.J
; m.VTIIUSIIEK Hat; Sat. dacier and B I1C4S aUnr &,1.l'.lt.! t1' _hn!. A
Just started PARIS, 1,4 Boulevard: des h"': nioIERLIS :t-roloar..IiM:
to consume the tin Write to u get our illustrated Cat- : : ;< Krr.en5raS5; p rued......... .... .. 89 :31 Oitar (WasUbunu. ..wuod.in. I 'r
factory, which is a 15 Boso ... *lou'bbs .. ri
: guarantee Jall"As <"' gasl.t; "'' Ja-d ....._. )
:2)0:
., roof of'the/Uilfhiarket when the that it will last! a lifetime. .ilogue, Term, etc., and then make 17 IS viz Alariii: Gcnniaa Clock,RaU nickel-'rex: .< r.Jtm'.1..........r lia 25 ysadcl'n.; veryj3ul' : ..........:!:}; &
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.. fire enginT' your comparison*. Address, 1.11 .lg)0C3.; + ....... : 15'1 50; itiiarbe+ret r..,;citiJ:; fhct 04.: F f
Take
ed, and the town'THelSiance Why Chances A FREE PATTERN r 19 ta'ch. aidtel.stem mind and r s. rain IYesao"..."......................:OCa a .. far
) air 1 H t IS Carvers, guu3 etsul. buciliomSO : :37: BsTi ,, .
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DERBYSHIRE a"u'.lrIJ-b.-t'nI.: h ...
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v t+, wt'ie dark pnt,oil( on cheap pianos when the OLD her own election)to Tery rulwcrlher. Beautiful -01- handles. .. :)OJ u+!rsotuan.tsarls"r've.: : : ..... I r'i
Utbog-ntpbttU I! Sis lr.nnia4 l" ..Llli '
voters'
> teat plates and Illusttntlcs:: OrlslnaL ttfwore.! ,
ANDKHLIAIILE :S3: : .
E-ycI- -
> of the fire with a 10 ; ran be bought AIATIIUSI1EK at Price- General Agent, orUatlo.: exqaulto ad gulctly up-to-daM deai 'ttZDrps a Six best f'a pUted-!h.F.t goods..it'ea and..'"r..:.'!!. In.1..CS:J t:(>::.ts...,o.d-d....:."...Q.1...S.'b.tt.s.... .....or.. did A y .

}.ol'l.1lutt.il .... ........ ........ .Orl,1tml.3.O r, '
.. :5 a dv abl* '
.. centf. watermelon and the town and terms to suit you ? Richmond, Virginia;< i$ r J... 23: Six esrh. Qmntoe: Uo-crs'Selves'; : r-llaynrrla,,........... .. .. twr.30UO t
'' I There are over 15,000 MATIIUSIIEK ; ITla p'4 "-4 Fut's3. beat pUW 4 gaud.5..bdJ; 43 Rzi.a YlUilJ 1z,Ii.'i i.ch .ioOiU I f

_wiggled! .. on.: 11. pianos in. the outh.u1.01l Y5. >/'_- A 5e?;T Q, F';.'; rr p;n..;_ .cvr! :]!l13fT1f. 1lf)!} ,4t 1'I I

't should have one." GEIVUIE 1 &.: I' .. : .. ye?
.. u"e..fa' rO t1' I. rrsia-Siar-TlnTajnifthatt.S r tin ta' vlb B-J nta I
Prevented a Tra ell). MATIIUSUEK PIANOS INVEfJi &t l"8Jrlnte,1t>n nndsr s!>'.-,of!8r; >..?2enignrifnrp:+sernr.. ,
ifif ....
Y. but wiJl rvraU f.irin C."IJm.. .
tnitlcn conorofti* fancy work, hoiwhold tile u, : """O Mi4o jhWa4t1 cuUPU *
Timely information glv Arc soil oily by ihort ftJrlM. current topics. "to. u boo rib* tod5u. r. hu.d."CJ. jt r..o.I.'f't t+v ra 0'1 "r bf.f,06ch: Lat,131ur.
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.14. y, :. ., jreajlj. LaUy(moiita winti. to>l for tona .r.rlJE:4.1of .3il: >t> that c. aime's worta; c.f' f

.;.udr8. George Long, .t already have an Invention get a ; S1APLUG.TOEACO'( .
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Straitsville, Ohio, saved twolives 1.'RBLJ KANN': '!Iauaj'l-r, Jucksou- PATENT.There '* vrll last lonasr aud lUTcr-J uora rtcftspr thiin c. tlirae'a wortii e: any :

". '*.:'frightfal cought had rifle, Fla.. :9 East Buy Street. I P \t A awMAKES. THE: .i..
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II is abundant profit in Send Uqi !a CO3fTK" EX'ffAIj '
I good patented 'W TCC-ICC'O CO. Sf. L + Me. '
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'R long kept her awake very night.She '.' inventions. Send for our interesting Illustrated DESIGNS Patent gaud-Baok-frae; gives morei 'tis r t

; had tried many remedies PATENTS AMD TRADEMARKS COPYRIGHTS-- I information entsthatprotect.than any Terms other.lowest"We possible obtain Pat.fo';, w *L: K ,.... +F"_X_, _,-.._*_. "'\ )", I" r.... ,'\_ rp, +' F.... ;
\ OBTAINED best service. OCR FEES REFUNDED IP WB .
and doctors but

,. steadily grewuntil ADVICE A9 TOT P1TENTA8.1ITT examination FAH TO SECURE and opinion PATENT.as to No patentability.charges for '' ._ .::"'_ _:r=_ --=- -_=:"':.- .::_--.--- :. _
.. scorce urged to try Dr. NoUce in "InvonUv Age' FREE j Promptness gnarauteed. Best referent or ladles, ms..3,guts and Ltt+s ebildren. 'That -- .
Book"How to obtain Patents"G"tarpcsntodernt'e.Nofeetlllpatent Over 31 experience. Address Uinst.rllsd"chi"crt r<'t not atlolnrd by tti.use ct. r.I .
; years other pattern throne equal r '
;; "Xi1Jt'J' i New Discovery On botJO is secured. R.,S. & A. 6. LACEY. Patent SoUcltors forttflcacd perfect JOb '
Letter strictly co& dentIaL Address, :..I Wasbinston, D. C. Printing : =E: 3 .
Wholly: cured her ; and $he E. C. SI6GEKS. PaUrt La icr,WashinSton D.C. Mention this paler when youwrite.. ar.. i'a

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,' this marvelous medicinepiisoicured Alt I
I&444 50; YEARS'EXPERIENCE -- -Wlicn You Itccd---- :>
Mr.'Long of ; '1t "
a severe .,# '. :i".. "
attack of Pneumonia. Such "' '' :;.

klcher.! Fold ia ncaryevery cty ar.d town,t>r by milliii
to cure all throat,..chest, JI far tbe.iu ,Atnolat !very UUct up-to-dU ttU4 LETTERHEADS '
"" THE aieCALL COM:! PAX Y. ,
"'a; !pd mng traubles. Oul 50cii ULUIS Fat Ifi Strrrt. . 5.w Trk CTtJV >.T.vi BILL HEADS CARDS

', q U $LO(). GU lntutPM. Trhliottles' tl] EED$ t ,

tree J. L. TRAPS MARKS .t.T\-, ._ STATEMENTS ENVELOPES
at Gaskin .. DESIGNS "'J\\N\\ \
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grow paying crops because they're \ J
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herb and alw&y the. beet. For: tnlekly Atmm + a ascertain cur opinion free _
whether :
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,1Before sale everywhere. R..a. ( ..e.tJUbeUtute&Stick ] lETUiUnn I* probably :
tEfUii.la.
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.y! Y ': .> buying a Piano, Or UoMOtrtctlfcoiJldcntlal. ItandbootonPatentsent ".-\'" \ t'\\ ._" ti. .. _''.K Y. Or, in fact, anything: in the Stationery line AI
to and ntt' -
Ferry''Socda prosper. I freQ. Cldeet meacr for eecnnnrystents. 'sc' areutt:-'w&r, at:(n"t!.t World'.ist'OJ : seus '.
f, rU tt: ,1 or anything in the music.11, 1600 6 od Annual flea .Write for it. ) 'Patent' taken through Mora & (;Q. reeetfd. .. '.-:,'.! ta .-.:ld., of trrs3na;"t ia iiion*. .
..., .aka rubs, without ca'-Jrc: ",fa the: '" *=,51 EI IeRrct; Curse fecinlfnj Tui. YOlu.'o.l.dc .- SatinfPac1icn.gciarantccd. Ad 1
.. 0. "U. fERdYdCO.. Detrolt.llk'i., t : -..s ani b:>nr.a tlY.! afoot; f.d ( re s'A" .,
Jih8yAvrite I or call on; Ludden d ., fSd tUlnt. Jft rican.h&ndBomclJ' ;n 'U'-.IrE: :f itT &UST: ,!fZJ11"s' ...

:)3: te Southern Music ...nopse mllctrat conrnti': ... dr. ..c'i'zeoftrir',r5iC5t4 j!:t'nfnnft-: L;\ arlConnetree.ttdealr Fdpia.urr'rr' -1' ., ,
t i +rAJation\ ot any+clenU Struts.$3. ',':": ;';" ;:1. Zn""t"W. Cradatatt2eecs.r cJ,
?,ESt: B:t Street, Jackaon-!l' Bd e.teYoatMtreV 'T' t1 Cisearetjfc ear: four months,V.. ay ". : d9 .>f'-L".k.,-. ttaep't.v, s1irW .
: t ; j candy. "thanll'.cure ca $tipatloa' toreret. = ff vrtWfi( .i..I: rafg.F.rEL" 3'1"I; 1.otri: ".RY
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