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: June 26, 1898
Frequency: weekly[may 26, 1898-<1900>]
weekly[ former -jan. 27, 1898]
semiweekly[ former feb. 1-may 17, 1898]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Publisher: F.M. Prewitt, <1899>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 21 (Jan. 27, 1898).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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.: ,:; :. ;:'",_ r ::Camp at' Tampa. Miss Julia Cheves of Gainesville that its will .., c.!
:\ 'f.' ," ". :Ii- '.. .". '" COUNTY HAPPENINGS J l.LATE WAR NEWS/ announces policy Cadi/ where a Spanish rquud-
... y' ,, ': j:&iR'ADVOCATE: is visiting her au"Ut, M..; bo the same as the Cabinet pre. ron is being prepared: for sea. ": '

f\t. ,;' ",J>s.t.,'I"villVrit you a letter again ITEMS OF LOCAL--AND GENERAL I S. J. Kennard, Jr. I ceding. When asked: iu the TUESDAY. ** .. :..

: "" -' -'*::$()-day as I have plenty of INTEREST. Mrs J. J. Beckham. of Fer. I Each Days Events> Chronicled chamber-: why the old Cabinet No-definite ne.wa ]has .vet. '..,. .
time. "We are living on Uncle nandina- is visiting 1 ll'. and I resigned, if its policy were not been received of a meeting: between .:' .,

K Sam's rations now which consists Gleaned by Our Able Regular Correspondents. Mr 'A. C. Becld t' iT11URSDAY.. wrong, he replied that some of the American and Span i
am. !i ish fleets. The
Nary Department
battleship for
>r of beef, beans, hard tacky \The Oregon, i'the old members were sick! ; and -
I ;' Lake Butler. Mrs. Henry Dunaran. is Visiting i the. safety of which there was t. is on the qui vive for important .
: a etc. We do not have very the others exhausted hy their news off the of J.'
Mrs. M. J. McCranie: of her sister, Mrs.. George considerable: ] uneasiness in official coast
much to do except drill once_ a ; labors.: The new Spanish Cuba. In fact, the department '.
Madisonis visiting her daughter Granger Cracker Hill. ; has arrived in the l (
on : circles. seems to believe that the fleet '
day and have guard mount Minister of Marine has injected :
Mrs. J. J. Arnold, of this place. Ciirribbeau and is: of Cerver.i will '
probablya he
Mrs. and Miss Claudia now cornered
every evening at 3 o'clock. I Eddy new life into his department, .
{ Mrs. R. M. of Palate t\:tit of Admiral Sampson's within a very 'few hours Tim"; '
Bailey, Williams made visit -
The boys are all! >in splendid ... a flying to and seems bent on caiTyjng.jy.ntthe : : Porct3drt
kn visited friends and relatives I fleehaving) completed! her I reports of'cnnonadins' off
Jacksonville the fc.
health and past of
seem to enjoy camp UJOOO"miles policy Sngasta to pUsh Paixarcnt: t regarded: :Js.e?i, .
; from
life immensely. Several Starke I here last Saturday. The Literary Society meets yieyof the war vigorously "until( I ncciully significant i inasmuch: t!+'

people are here now. Walter :Misses ,Rhoda Crews, Maude this week with Mrs. Hammond.All San.Era. cisco.: honorable peace is obtainable." as the firing{ is thought to have:'

'1| viUs is:: running a fruit stand Arnold and Mr. Arch ,Proctor are cordially invited to at An American war vessel Preparations for the Manila been inci(
A', a ''uptown and he is making'lots spent the day with Mr. J. B. crashed into a mine in Hampton expedition continue, and troops San of Francisco a port) !l1 Eastern'Cuba.' ah--
Rouds last week but telegrams -
.: of' money. Crews and family last Sunday.Mr. tend.Mr. r noexglpsioa have been dispatched from San .
.* ., W. II. Borton is in !I followed. An ex- flounce that the City of Pekiu
Tampa is the livliest placein \ I Francisco.. has already taken on over 1,000 '
O. W. Mainew, of Alachua Braidentown this week. He amipation was made and the :
.. the South at the present I Jacksonville has been select- troops, and thpt other trangr' .
his son J. E. Maines there in the !
anticipates moving result has led officials believe '
time. The city is fairly alive Monday, ad as a point of mobilization, ports are ready to sail as soon i ?; t. :I.
near future. that the mines have been as embarkation is ordered '
with Uncle'53-m's gallant boys. and army officers will arrive : ;, r.

.The ,What young man got mad Mr. Frank 'Vee {returned. tampered with. An examina, The second expedition will be: ,
Tampa people treat us there to-day to select. '11.,campground
; because his best ':girl--went to home Sunday from Tampa. tion of all the' mines will probably prepared, and will sail as soon'
: and is
very nice everybody so and make suitable arrangements. as General l )Merrirt who is now

friendly. They will celebrate see her. parents with another Frank1" says the camps are a. ,he made; -- -1": I on the why" to San Francisco,

'' the Queen's birth day hensWednesday. Young man last, Sunday and sight of a life tme.: Work Y on the "defenses ofTampa SUNDAY. makes' .'the 1: order. ,1Mi/

& when she came back he w'.,iihl- are being hurrie,l. The The Government hag taken", ,
There will be : 4
., an Mrs. C. II. Durman, of Fairbanks A dispatch, lacking of confirmation -
ent speak to her. Boys from Jacksonville.. St. steps to hold the Philippines;
guns .
Port '
;English warship at Tampa who has been visiting has been reeeivedtelliug i : ,'
don't get mad when best I TtTTg ,tine and ,Miami have ns, is indicated in the dispatch t J1i
and of the
most boys are going friends iu Wai do the past wet 1C of a gnat: naval battle off Cape from Washington to the effect'that '
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girl with another. fellow. been Ordered .there. This indicates "
r out to see it goes .has returned I home. ILiytien. in which twelve of the a plan has been decided

We all wish to thank the Dr.. Sol. Newsome and Esq :Miss Hattie who that,,the"Government intends vessels: of the enemy were sunk upon whereby duties will be1 4 -.
good ladies of Starke for their Noah 'Taylor, of Providence to run. no chances in the and two of the American ships ,c01ft'cted.
is the Teachers Nor-
: kindness to us. We certainly visited the growing city Sat attending protection ,of ammunition! and damaged. Great excitement is reportel

mal School in Gainesville,-spent supplies. Further details have been from the Cortes over the fnct i
k, appreciate it and we will never urday.Mr. received -,
them. Saturday and Sunday with her The cruiser! Charleston_ has of the Sau::; Juan bombardment that Admiral Sampson Jew .'-.

forget Perry Odom of Prosperity uncle, Mr. A. A. Jolly. sailed with ammunition to the in which the Spaniards th.: ,, ,\ <<
When the received the .
boys farm strategy, before one of Cuba'sports. _
passed through our were badly surprised.)
W. B. Ennis left last Tuesday nidt TJewey, whose stock .it -
bread and cake This indit naTion
they were very The accounts- from San Juan was
burg Saturday
happy Indeed. It made them morning. ,-,. for Braidentown, his hit is supposed. 'was depleted by show t that the Americans were derided in Washington as absurd

Mesers' Martin McLeod '3"osie nre home. Mrs. Ennis will the buttle of Manila. inasmuch as this is' ;:
w. think of the dear ones at home superb!! in courage, as well umarksinanship. permissible ; ,
and they gave three cheers for Townsend, and Lacy Hunter ler.vc soon to join W. B. Xo- more volunteers will be under the international .:, J

the kind lad Fes. attended church at Swift Creek Mr. Charles Atwater our called. put, until those already The powerful monitor Monterey ? rules of warfare.: .J; ""." .

,., Well, I must close. Will Sunday.. taken-have) been mustered into a veritable Gibraltar At Tampa are now over a

f!' write again next week. popular postmaster, has mQ.edin ( afloat, has been ordered to Ma- score of'captcions: transport '

CORKKSPONDKNT.. Ha inpton. town and now occupies the .the. _" 1A.F..',rvice..'" .--- _., ,....-,.>,.."o:.-_''' ;,...... nila_,_, Once she taken::: position capable, ? _of carrying. '! on. one trip I .
; .. Holstien North VV'aldo. .... A 1: all of 't. as- many as" 15,000 men to -
!" ).. -- : Who got left Sunday night J cottagtiTl Spain's navy cuii budge "
STATE OF OHIO The officials at Washington, her. The ,policy of the Government Cuba.

CITY OF TOLEDO, > ss. Mrs. Bessie Knight has reopened in /spite' of strenuous efforts, i is fully alive to the WEDNESDAY. .

LUJAB J.COUNTY. makes her school.. Rev. J. C. Porter, editor of find that obstacles :arise at importance .of retaining the Many wild} 'rumors werenflo..t .::
that he is the senfor partner of.oath the Mr. and Mrs.* J. C. Cason the Baptist Witness deliveredone ivery turn to' prevent the completion Pliilipiues, and Spain's expeditions yesterday of a conflict between ..:: --.

firm of F. J. CHENEY & Co., doing visited Starke Saturday. of his excellent sermons at of their plans: for a for recapture will receive the !fleets of Jervera arid Sampson I .' ? ':\,\:.
a warm welcome. It is but ill "were denied
business! in the City of Toledo, the Biptist'church on Sunday officially -
County and State ufores.tid, and Master Johnie Mauler is visiting morning.The short sharp and' decisive war planned to hold the Philippines at Washington by the -:'

w's,' that said firm will pay the sum of his father in .Meadows.Mr. with Spain. It is now the until this Government voluntarily Navy Department. A Imtthhowe".er. -, '. .:;.

_. ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for 6 ladies of the Methodic general belief that no decisive agrees to release them. is hourly expected: _,:,A":

., .J:1cb: and every case of Catarrhtlht 'V, II. Jones, who pays churchi, will sell refreshments blow can be1 struck for sometime General I Shaft r has been especially' at Key West, where .(

cannot he cured by the use of the freight visiting in Atlanta placed in command Tampa, naval officers and others have" ;. ,
on Thursday afternoon and evening and that the will last ,
*HatLs?: CATARRH CURE. war "
Ga. jfqneral \Vade l having been possession of news that the censor :
f FRANK CHENEY. the Weeks Block. The
at at I least: six months! "
ordered to Chickamauga. will
.. J not permit) to be.-
ti- Sworn to before me and subscribed The friends proceeds are to to the The_ cruiser Charleston after
f.- in this 6th many of Miss go parsonage MONDAY. flashed across the wire. As .'::
my presence
day of December, A. D. 1880. Gertie Sparkraan, are glad to : ', fund. We asc! 'the 1 having sailed for Manila from "On to the Philippines" is the tension grows; the men in ,

i .*'fO A. W. GLEASON, see her out again. patronage: : of the commuiity.Childrens' : Sm Francisco has returned to now the watchword at Wash the military camps become .

;, 1 lIEAL t made The cruiser Charleston more interested, and are long- :
Notary Public Messrs. R. W. Cameron and D.iy was observedat liave. slight repairs: to her ington. -
-- fag for the conflict! on the eey,
left San. Francisco ..
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally W. G. Seales are viewing the the Methodist church Sunday condensers,which' were found with ammunition yesterday winch they feel sure will r(;- '.:'

: ..and acts directly on the soldiers in evening. The church was to he onto ornpr. suppliesand 8ult'in'iet followed .
:: Tampa this .week. a few men. Six::; thousand :-y, rapidly ,
blood and mucous surfaces of thet'
The Spanish: fleet is reportedto by a invasion of Cuba.
decorated with great
volunteers} of of
system. Scud fur testimonials, R. K. Rawlins left Mondayfor a force ten ..
*; free. I flowers and evergreens. The have arrived at Santiago: thousand, now in camp at San Admiral Dewey has cabled
his home in '
Ky.t where the before Francisco cheered her frantic Washington tint: the Manila
F. J. CHENEY. & CO., program was very interestingand on day two ,
where he will spend a few she steamed blockade: is strictly maintained, -
Toledo O. the
American ,vessels ally as
war appeared
Z the children did splendidly.Partnership .
and the i is "suffering '
Sold by DruggMp, 75. months. < harbor. The ten thousand for /
outside the harbor drew the
Hall's Family Pills are the best. tt"oopsViti follow as f.lst.is the food. The foreign; inhabitants, f.;
Mr. W. S. TilHs and Miss lire of the batteries and caused The fearing an uprising by the'
transports are ready.
PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY. Daisy Hicks, of Waldo, had a our We friends take and tliH the means public of Informing generally great excitement, inthe city. City of Pekin will sail to-day Spanish soldiery} are preparing: "-

pleasant drive to Hampton Sun that: we have: assnriateil our+Hve: to- Further details of the Cien- with the first installment. to take refuge at Cavite under _., >

.1 MISS s, E. SWEAT._ day afternoon. gt-ther) under the firm name of Douglass fuegos engagement:: are to the The volunteers are eager togo American /guns. An attempt %' .I ..

-PIANO TEACHER & McLeod : ud a ill +-arry a eY>tr- forward. was made to force the blockade r.

t: )Ir. and Mrs. S. F. Conner, plete line of Clotho:::. Shoes., Hats, effect, that the Spanish loss was Rumors of a great naval hat- by the German Consul, who.

f c,. \ STARKE, FhA and son left last'. Monday for Caps and ants Furnishings in the in the neighborhood of 300 ble off the Mole, St. Nicholas, threatened to call in the aid of .

Lsten zsetfeoflft. Special attention aver Fernandina where they will old Post Ofli(>e building next door to men great havoc, hn.ingheen have been denied in Washington. German cruisers. Devvey's response ':' ;:

to WcioJiuo. Apply lor ternuK: spend the:summer. The W. B. Haynes Company.Vr wrought by the shells of the At Key West the last of was:: that the cruisers ";' .,

A.t.. SCOTT. M. D., invite au inspection of our*U>ck! and vessels ,of the United States (the ships have hurried away to would be fired upon, where '
Hampton has .solicit a: share of the public patronage the effort :'-.stjd. _
PHYSICIAN a''! paper now. join Sampson. Naval men upon c : 7f
AID SUBGEOI ,- navy. ".
r Auy body: who wishes: to.get the Refp- ctfully) there believe that a battle on The San F'cisco' movement :
FLA. news from Hampton should sub .-A. Doroi.ASf, the sea is about to be fought. toward the Philippines! has begun .
Ciaos a.t GtsUa.Drag The fleet at Key West departs : iu earnest, several large ,
scribe,for'the Hampton D. J. Mc1.! .ttD. They are satisfied that the "
.L Orange upon receipt of the news : :Spanish t Admiral cannot escape transports with thousands of ."

E U STEW ART. M.D., I L af. Many old ,soldiers now -feel the that the Spanish flying squadron combat he is in Cuban waters. troops will leave for>the F.r "

,' -H; EAR, HOSE LID THROIT.STARKE ,,,- Messrs. Silas Johns, Lens ton effects 'of the hard service they '' is at Santiago.: The naval :Minister Capdepon of Spain East: to-day, to reinforce the ,-:- /

endured during the war. Mr. is still Harping on the old American squadron before the "J''
FLA.0ldee Wynn 'Lacy Wynn John officers there believe,. that a big refrain :
Geo. S. Anderson, of Rossvillp, : ,of the injustice of. this blocayded city.Activity .':'
.l Blfcrk Drug Co.rpATE Sp arkman and Misses Hester battle upon the high sea is im- all
d York county. Pe tiu., who saw the country forcing war. War at military camps
and Edna Johns and Laura and minent,_ but naval experts are dishonor increase, troops arc moving :. '.
POWELL. M IX. I hardest. kind. of service at the : } says, were theonly
"' Minnie Wynn spent Sundaywith ; of the) opinion that.such is not alternatives} left -rapidly} generals are cl13nging..r.' .
.. I front, is now frequently troubled to be cho .. ,... .
? SURGEQS-, *, Vernon Jones and sister. the and in fact doubt !base, and. more soldiers nre1e- :;:
..... with rheumatism.. ':I had a severe case, .. x '
STARKE, FLA.T Miss Annie, in West Hampton. attack lately," he says, '-and the truth of the news, on account sen.He is not ignorant;: of" thiconntry's ing constntly added to the ::;:.- -

Over. lilrtj years experience la Dtotses of superiority iu pointof great volunteer army, which 13'
... Women tad Childrea. Once Starke procured a bottle of Chamberlain'sPain of the'. ,topographical now over 110,000 men. ,:
.. Drag Company.rpnos. .. Waldo. military power to Spain, ...
: Balm. It did so much good features of Santiago harbor, .
:- .... and really expresses the opinion ..I
.'''' .E.BUGG; Mr. Orlando Weeks took in that I would, liketo know what which are such that one big : thathis nation will probably -:-4"r.-- "
I have
\ ._.- -'If Attornej ud Coanstllor at la?J2, the. sights of Tampa i the past' you would, ( "I charg me fur tne monitor could keep the whole defeated, but_ not with chronic, diarrhoea been a E'V..r'since sufferer.; from tbft

week. dozen bottles. Mr. ,
t" Anderson squadron bottled indefinitely. disgrace ,.
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STARK FLA. war and have .naeil all kinds of
J' t. .".., wanted it both for his own use Kow. The work of moving the
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3 :'">-Oee I .at J1esSdeliCft oa Cfcr Ty Street ,* Mr. Charles Sparkman: has and to supply it to his friends army of volunteers into medicines for it. At last I found

i-* '' moved into his new residencein and neighbors, KB every family river, affects to believe that the from the various States to camp the one remedy that has been a.RUC- .

R.7SEV CIV1I....... ENGINEER.asttVof .. -. West Waldo.We should have e bottle of it.in their news is. true, and, bulletins< it points of mobilization is 4n cessas, a cure and that \*'.1-=

UNtS RV" Oii. I home, not ,only for' reheumatism m, I with ,the 1 comment that it isthought full swing, aswell as the work Chnmh'rlnn'A CoHc Cholera and r
\ are glad to ,Mrs. but I3.me.Lack.. sprains, swellings!
report of Diarrhoea R .
to be authentic. eqnippingkAthem for activeservice m -P. F. GKnam. ; .- -r ..,
.!":oase+sst,A'aert I 1'riaElsQ. F tl1 Dupree as cuts, bruises and hum, for. trhich I ,
; wisrk fu :a appt aUo:1.: : ;aft-era I ::, it"Ts nmpqualled.. For sale 1 by,J, L.. 'i'hc*, new Spanish- _Cabinet '"''. ,.';: -'", Guers .Mills:IFor sate! "

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Field Officers :First Florida Re ]Thq'Alabama s SucccssfuTJy :
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STARKE S.Ha-ris, of Cost 1 Qarolina'"who: ,: .

-, 'II will in the;, future edit. .and, publish .: pointed;; the. following) field officers t- The)battyeslyp' Alabama: was WE ARE ASSERTING IN TIIE COURTS OUR HIGHT TO ;k.,..,,:,.

-;' Entered at the postoffice at Starke, Florida, of ihe First Florida] : HeP:= rsuccessfullylapnched: :: atranij's THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD "CASTORIA AND a
,, mail matter the ; well
as becood-class as as conduct '
paper '
,.- ment C shipi yard at 12:50Wedensday. : PITCHER' CASTORIA," AS OUR TRADEMARK.. ..
establishment. :. ....., .
the j6b printing 'j
ONE DOLLAR A Y!AR.IV. Mr. Harris is a gentle-' 'jr. Ii;;.. Williams!! colonel. i :.. i !i'hereVi: nota I, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER of Hyannis, Massachusetts, .,.' ..

I man that comes ': well recom- I. E.; \Webster, lieutenant],. .hitch. of any, sort to mar the was i the originator of CASTOR I ," the same that ,

.. S. HARRIS, mended to us and we bespeak] colonel,: commander First Bat- success, i of the .launching. :Miss has bonze and does now bear >- .... on every .: .

.EDITOR. ,AND PUBLISHER. for him the hearty cooperation talion.. E- Morgan, daughter: of Sena- the ac-simile signature ofjff S& wrapper.

-- of the people) of Starke C.. H. Lovell, major, commander tor Morgan of Alabama: named This is the'.original "C A STO R I A" which has been used in ,. .' .. ..

Advertising: I ates. Second Battalion.J. tIle'ship for her native, State.. .
and' Bradford county. lIe is the homesLOOK of the Mothers of America for over thirty years. .. ..,
Our adverUsing rates Kill bt reasonable: W. Sackett The weather was beautiful, -
major commander and that it is .
with !a, journalist of experience anda CAREFULLY at the wrapper see
us consistent keeping! up n good newspaper ..
but few witnessed
Third only a -
It Is the purpose of the publisher toIssue Battalion. persons the
considerable "
liteary on
. man the hind you have always bought
a clean,attractive newspaper with only Since the arrival of the Governor the ceremony, /g.- p
such a proportion of advertisements as will ability and will no doubt greatly Spanish and has the signature of .. wrap.per. < ,
Insure that all will be'seen and read,and none i at Tampa early in the treachery '
buried improve the ;, Jon; n ;list: ; has to use name'except .
behind No me
a mass: of others Rates will week he has,been his of the shipyards, closed againstall one authority from my "
l>p uniform sAd wOf be made know on apple of thef "We puzzling 't
standing 1 paper. The Centaur which Chas. H. Fletcher is President, -
cation.. : of brain to arrive at a satisfactory except" about I 200 invited Company, of .. .
the business "
trust that men
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i ; Harris solution of ihel problem, of ap guests and newspaper men. .March 24' 1898.1. A'?), ri

It is said that it has not Starke a. will i' stand'i! by Mr.' pointments. The situation was The ship can: be made ready .-- ;;:r !;Dc .
igh'e liberal
rained for in South and him a for commission if tl ;.;.-
so long
made ji year e
clear for Deceived.
their A him the J9th by Do Not Be ,
share patronage. .
Florida that the cpfrs have all armor is delivered promptly.
tke request of Captain Thomas the life of child by accepting
gone dry. time will shortly be here when The Alabama is the first to Do not endanger your .

they will need his help'and M. Woodruff tLat his name be launched of three battle- a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you ,

In the days of war patriotism they should !.substantially be not considered for the new (because he makes a few more pennies on it), the ingredients *
ships ,of her the other .
type, ;;, '
)Jias-gone up to. OQ. in the shade stand by,him in ;!.view of that position of commander of the1 two being the Illinois- and Wis of which even he does not know. .

land .a man is anxious to fact. : regiment. Major Williams being Have -5 i '
: many the consin. She presents marked UThf( End You Always Bought'BEARS ,_
goffer his wife for his count- I wish to thank the candidate left in the
up especially
field divergences design from the THE
the Governor's .
ry. people of Stark and Bradford cOle '.
!' was clear. .. first three, the Oregon, Indiana,
county for their kind patron--j ,.
and :Massachusetts.: The dif-
Florida refused in The next important development
troops and sincerely trust that -
ferences involve both .
the arrangement -
Tampa couldn't wait until they was the resignation of :
they will accords, the same to
of tho and
.-1 got home to resign and dis- my successor Major M. P. Turner. :Major battery 1''Q }
the of the
band. Looks like they got :Respectfully, Webster was named lieutenant armor, swell
Insist HavingThe
as a considerable in on
and colonel and Major Lorell of the
.enough quick; were afraid TEXAS H. HODGES. '
pf taken I State crease in size of displacement: Kind That Failed Y .
being on second troops was named as one Never Oll. .
Our Creed, '
't thought! ; editorial of the two majors. The second Whooping; Cough.I CENTAUR coItlP.:, y. TT MURRAY STREET.: : New YORK CITY ... .', tITHE "40111 f!
Having assumed
The Klondike majorship was offered to Major had, rf little boy who was nearly ,
business has management and:control of the ... j
a Conoley, but he said he waritctT hlead from an attack of vhooplnt

paled into Insignificance compared Florida Weekly] :Advocate with cough. My neighbors recommended _FOR_ .
to hold his battalian of State .
j ( with the saloon business this issue, we will continue its Chamberlain's, Cough Peened '

in Tampa, and yet a righteoustown issue as a weekly paper for the troops intact, and declined. I did not think that any! medicine} PIRST-CLASS JOB PRIMING

like Jacksonville Captain Sackett of the St.: would help him, but after giving

is bidding present, with the intention of Augustine Uilles then him a few doses of that remedy I 3JRKTO YOUU 'volT0.THE <;FFICE OF THE
to have was
troops !
or increasing edi- noticed an improvement, and one -
pn its sandb ds. tions when ever. the patronagewill appointed by the Governor as bottle cured him entirely. ., It is FLORIDA }j!:( WEEKLY1VE }%?{ ADVOCATE. ", \' .

I' major. Major Saclvett's promotion the ,best cough medicine I ever !hail _.__. -

The war job<'seems to be a warrant, it. I I' leaves a vacancy in his in the house. J. L MOORE, South. -="'I. ....

bigger thing than the White The paper will be devoted to Jiurgsttstown, Pa. For silo by
company, and as promotion in J. L. jaskins] ; Druggist -' :<:
House officials reckoned on. the mental, moral, social, relig- \ PRINTZ ,
is tiie order of the day
Perhaps ious political i and material: I have 3| choice lots in .. :'
they may get their right CAIlffe -, ';
.. TAGS.
I First Lieutenant F. G. Uo vatt i : '_ .
of Florida and tho heart of the city, tint 1 yrill \ .
soldiers in trim by next blackberry development > .W" '
I will be elected captain ; Second dispose of for; cash!'! at A very low tIILGKSn \ : ,
and ..
picking time of: Starke
so they can particularly .
figure. For further information TICKETS '
Lieutenant J. C. R. Foster Y'
in Cuba. J"
forage '
Bradford County. apply at thjF i1( I ENVELOPES. : OIRCUIARR, ..

."--- Politically: we shall adhereto first lieutenant; the ii rst bet I = --- : :', "_.= BILL HEADS, i to :,, STArE: : IRNTSf,, ,
The a
County Campaign and ant E. AY" :
water melon will the prinyiples: of democracyas gc Howatt sc"Soivnthe rind j'- I J r P McMUERY\ .P,:rO'PV._ IT.L4Uti::! ", \: LETTER. HEADS_ .J* j ,
season soon be lieutenant; a l(l.. '. -
in full blast. The smiling can- promulgated by Jefferson: ,: line. n1ALERE4 ]+."lTO'I, E'l'-C'., ETC't ::'

and Jackson : the foundersof ---.-----
lidate and the colored<<: individual .
THE, .' ,
the party. We are not l7'o1 t-\H. .B"'
'ihing .
] ,
will both be in their -- 4
gloryand -' .
vie with each other as to. the organ of any political! fac- Eat if you liuvc; kidney: liver or --I KI.EP- / PriisGood tcj. -.A.:. ...:... ,' .'"" .

:- who pan mile the sweetest. tion, clique or clan: nor any bladder trouble] you will find Best t and frcsfeost Stock in Town.EDWARD REQUISITES '

man or set of men but propose S-.vamp-Root just the remedy you TRY ME.- l j. Papqr\, ': ;: .

P. Nearly all the rows that have to 'toat our own skillit" according need. People arenot apt to get TO- < PressesIiIk. ,

been raised. the to the tenets of our anxious about their health soon r MDDLETON, *%.* i
amongst troops ;:'GOOD WORK[i N Type: ; .
instructions and the dictates of enpngh. If you are "not (Illitewell" ,r :: .
have been caused by the negro Succe&spr to Andrews&MUdlcnon.PROPRIETOR i.. ,
; ",' .
"' 11l'1. ,
or "half sick" have .
soldiers. Uncle Sam would our:conscience. We will take or. you ever :

raise more cotton and less tasiou to "a'l'" ourselves on thought bo the that your kidneys .may. :OF & \\ ..- :- : .;" ;',.. 1.:{<"""... :.::,
cause of your sickness? "i" -
crime in the army if the negroes questions that may come up It is easy to tell by setting aside Starke Livery, Feed and Sale ." ;, ,' :

were armed with hoes insteadof whenever we 'may deem it your! urine for twenty-four hours! ; SS9 WE'HAVE; ALL THESE. \;;.,.-. .
repeating rifles. necessary or advisable and it a sediment or settling indicates an .
unhealthy. condition of the kidneys We Solicit a Trial Order. Satisfaction Guaranteed. .
The will never be difficult to locateus KC.V:: AfJD S1CCKD:;'KWD SUGGIESAMD TERMSSTniSTLY .
"only" IIenri Watterson When urine stains lim>n it I Office in Postoffico Building Call and See'Uij

of the Louisville Courier on any public question.The i is evidence! of kidney tro lble. -; HARNESS. FJttSUL t !-_:. _: -CASH.: ,

;Journal as candidatesin Columns, of the, ADVO- Too frequent desire.-,to urinate, THE e

the proposes CATE will at all times be opento scanty supply, pain or dull :ache DO YOU WRITE 1 -
next Presidential elec in the back i i'- also convincing
the public, regardless of po- HEW I YORK WORLD -- IF SO WRITE'RIGHT -
tion.. For President. Admiral proof' that the kidneys and bladder ,
litical creeds or party affiliations need doctoring. -
Dewey ; ,Vice-President, General '. '
Lee. "What would do for the free discussion of There is satisfaction in knowing THRICE-A-WEEK EDITION. ., "- ;, ;, "- .- 'I",
that the Dr. Kilmer's! !, ,
remedy .
with and Ben Tillraan and .... '
Bryan ? legitimate subject we
1v any ,
Swamp-Koot fulfills wish in : :
every ., > Jg4
invite the of : : V\\
expression public relieving weak or diseased
kidneysand '
The Commander of the U. S. all IS Pages a Week ,. .
views through ,these columns. forms of bladder and urinary ,...

Army,. Nelson' A. Miles, has We will use our best en- troubles. Not only does .. 15G Papers a YearOS -;/1x. ," q. ."J, ....,'., :.' "'

addressed a circular to all of Swamp-Root give new life and itctivity r; : t t'i'. 9
deavois: with the;means at hand to the kidneys-the cause E ONE DOLLAE.Fcblislirf : "": : -"I',.:.':,,'. '' f I

the ministers throughtout the of \ ..,..: .... .
the clean readable trouble, but by- -rirI. ..-
to give public a treating the ,..,. '". >,... .
land asking that they kidneys it acts as a tonic for the 1 : ," .; '.....
cooperate sheet., witlrthelatest' :news, [ ; every Alternate Day except Slm ay. : .... .
in making May 8th a entire anstih tlO'U. If you need a r -

that may be disseminated medicine you should have the The Thrice-a-Week Editionof ..-j.: '
"Maine Memorial day, on through their homes and families best.: Sold by druggists, price I ,--. ..'.'.'
Tim N} w' YOKE WOULD is .
which day prayers: will be offered fifty' cents and "
and. will increase the service ,- one or first all "weekly" pa- I Sllb-i for Bradford and' Siiisrounding'Cotinties ':'
especially for the soldiers by mentioning the FLORIDA among am> .g'cnt .. .....!;.'.. .
pf the unfortunate Battleship as! fast as the patronage' WEEKLY ADVOCATE and sending pers in .size, frequency of publication for this Cclcteat -' %f." '. :..'
Maine will demand., your:address to Dr. Kilmer & Oo.( and fhe : ': .
.. and variety of its cd .' '':? l.tC". -
Coming as strangers among Binghamton, N. Y., you may have accuracy .- : ,
a sample bottle of this dis- contents. It has all the merits -- : "i.J.'i: ;;' .
A great '
mill}} eight miles '
:' Olustee pent the. people of this community Cover sent to you free pby mail of a great 3 daily at the priceof Pan I Sell You One!! ? T.1 R. HODGES ,-

eoutli of ran dry a few we hope to merit the esteem of uponreceipt! of three two-cent a dollar weekly. Its political SUt1--AGENT. .

'days. agof rora one.cause! and the public Nand we .solicit a stamps to coyer cost of postage on news is prompt, complete, _. ,.. ,.. : _
""' ,' '*
the bottle. I''' 4r---- S"' : -" -
left of fish behind. and : : :: :
musses share of their patronage. accurate impartial as all its

Fish never was as plentiful I .Special-j\oticc. readers will testify. It is
When a man reads two or ? against the monopolies and for A11. :[ tJ
: before they are all kin 1s and ,
; ; The ofTno: of the FLor.iDA.SEiii-
three :"yellow : kid'rjournals j the'eonle.} > ? + t AS once said by an observer to be the
'f U1 sizes some trout weighing WEEKLY ADVOCATE F; -
:.: '$ i these days after he gets throughhe is now equipped -- It-prints) the news of all the] J:.y-ac,; ;.c grandest sight in the world. "A nobler -

: seventeen. pounds People can scarcely,1611,: whether the for first-class job pr nting.as it world, having special correspondence 1 c d" sight than that,"replied a friend to him f ..
a i''i j ?L "is a father and son arm-Tn- .
walking ,
., .' from twenty miles, around, carried war is'going' on| or not or; where has ;never'been before. We have ', from all importantnews p, arm as if-they were really omradts.** If <
off wagon l loads of them. she scene of action, and, if he addod to its equipment i! in this department -.: points on the globe. It r G both be dressed in good taste the charm
; Five feet of oft reads his idea of the of the picture is intensified. Many men of r
water ran out one war new presses; new: type, has brilliant illustrations, good taste in over 7COO American cities r .-- .+,
:. |he pond in two days. differs very materially from the and :a line of stationary suitable stories by great authors capi- a' la % : and towns now Get.Salts and> OvercoatsfromM. '' '.,

:* average man he meets who has to kind of ,tal humor page complete markets xF.rr n ,
any ;
:io.r The Slogan of the '\Tar.ST. read,different one. It is \ror < au ; 'd .it 111!
very departments fo household
print anything required,.nn Louis, Mo., May: 17.- common to ivad on one; : page 10 'turn out work that >'illplease ; and women's work a.nd The Great Chicago Merchant, Tailors* :.'. 'tt
.iJI I Sons sal fathers
I are to be
r equally sure t
Captain Duval, of the Commissary where all new is heir i suppressed the most fastidious( and :other special' departments of aN a ;i.''! kasd. Ka poor woclc.27o misfits, No Infe- # e'
Department, has made a. : and the remainia ,forty critical: of patrons.. Don't send! I{i unusual interest. tat riot :Fuxin.athoa.. tin txurbitaat prices. Ko eta: P

contract with local bakeries for two pages are devoted to news elsewhere\ .for your \\ork, bat give I! '. "W'e .!offer-; this unequaled 'a Ere bodrfollySatlJiflea.FIT u'
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( I0OOO pounds of army crackhrs. from the reliable source.: These us nn opportunity, show you newspaperand TIlE FLORIDA"NYlEfiteLY 4 ; Over ant 200,0jo FLXISH Pattern GUARANTEED.* to Fill

On each is. printed, Re- newspaper: fellPrcs are simply and what prices.-v.e car. giveyu in'quality, ;I-I : ADVOCATE together;; .s 01T Vaar Order irotrt. -

,uember the .Maine." He has great, 'so was': on?. Ch is. Anna I' ,i one-year for $h.ntl -
;.: "contracted' for 8OOO'gal- nias Jones tes 4>te' far 'and : :;0, T" ..-f'-, for. *;lKyCents.Oniran 1 The r griIa"r' subscription .

l-oryjnegar'. '.. '4" titW .-., ': f ," -iMt....cure mrkss....T'-S..,.""_.!. II, price of the two papers isS2.00. \AT_ '
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t ..""V- Army and Navy I&anks. civilians could only hover -U.\I LIO.\It- 1)S. -

around on the outskirts and *CANDY .

i Commodore to ,be rear De\veyS admiral promotion brings- look chagrined. I observed i CATHARTIC FLORIDA CENTRAL, 1 pmmiSUL R. R.-; :

'. to mind the fact that very few : that the young army officers ''." ""'

;3 fit persons says tie New York have got a new! pose with l! r. Y .M I' Hew{ Florida asiHfff&era' Air LIE f''Q altri df1. Trssk Lfec.: : .: ;: >,, .

the women. :They don'tassujn.3
the degrees -
Times know -
what are
.. : ,, -
the swash-buckler i TIME T.\nIJEIxRFFEc'r NAY 2.l 16' .. .:.,:; ..J
of naval rank or to what '. ,
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rfl* relation bear to, the rank eat-my-weight-in-Gatling-guiis CURE CONSTIPATION / 31 .J ", t ..-I -0.-
they 3d >; t 23
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Daily XOIITHEBtf ttltiTk I .bT.. .!..." ..
attitude more. Instead Daily sSunIJOp.l2 DailySjoaj U'f s W. t1. .:-:;\ -.L
any i
of of The attached -
army ccr. pay __ I. _--L---
to the various grades they act scared : if the girls ... 500p "''' !! S.ro-jLv...Jackson vCJpLv ...Ar54ip. -.,.! is[.... -r.=' tj :.:"
Jk:2Sc ALL .... ... ]... of. | .'.. .. Yuiee u. ..$../....... fie. .. .. tl' 7.La -.....
excellent standardof happen to mention war. ... 6'Up... : .... 9tJ r.I.\r..Fern\ndiua.. Lv : ":. ... :: It' .. .
Js a most SOe .... -' ..... 903"..... 10 lip .....i j6:e.1t.Of.r",. ..' '. '. ...... f "'. ..
measurement but the incumbent 'Now, what would you do DRUGGISTSssi.. ... .. 84 p..... ..... .... .. .. ...lininsviJc* ...Lv.i. ..*:.'. '..1..... .:Tt..*..'.........
.. .. ... .. .. 12 tip .... i 12053UHa'Lv' ....5ail'GJiCah... .. ::.. ..... .t. 4.7pi..... .... .
of an office docs not if we should be bombarded by __ r R.1,.....L__.....Ar ,aff-.r._ .... ... a- .... .... .Savttnuuh... &iJ.I &U.S* l3t.h, 4I '.......
.' ... .... 833p 2lOOOp ... a1ee A r...}?'a1rrax.g.C..I.'l ....:. Stteai ESOu : ..... .
stating the amountof the Spanish ships right now? trrzanq s n-rye.- e:1m .... ... .i4p ... 25U .* ..,Denmark. U.. ...'. aElt -I will' JJ, .... .. ...
# carry tag ... .... .... 9y: .... 6fto.Augu.s tn Ga .. ,I'... ... ..; 5 .. ...
his Navy rank marks I heanlvOl1c.ofthc girls ask a a"t&JIJ t, .r'ir,. l Tr9..G d1. .. .. ... ... 4 K p938p ... 4 4xi .. ....CohiBibiii R. O.... i..... ..4,*<...::... .1'1lt5a ,....,.. ..._
pay. .... .... .... .... .. "
parr nuur/or.* S, C.. ... ; I: "tom. .. ....... .
are unknown to.the great young lieutenant ..... ...... .... ... .. 145p .- .AsfaevUie. N. C. !i..... 2-bpt..j.r''I" ..... ...
liatTty Fla. .... .... ... 82) .. .. 915e ""...Uharlotte.N. C.. .. .'!.... g''r, .... .:..
'inass of Americans ,1'd swim underneathMilk .. .. .. .. .. .... It 47* .:-Salisbury. N. C.., .. ,/.f"-\. 1... HIT* .... .. .
LceausCI I .. .. .... ... ..1011 .. 12100 .Greensboro. ::. C. ... 7 ... 'i l.i .. .. .
naval officers are rarely "Crock, backof: the post ... .. .." 12(Kip ..... ISOp .DrnriIic..v A.. .. I d :.. 514 ... ... .
very I ..... ... .... QOQa ....... .825p ...!chmund.Va.. 1... .11x0G f '..... 2tj,. .<.., ..... -
seen in uniform except onboard I for Jhesaprake< and Ohio LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.Finest ..... .... ... h .LyQ bur \'a... I .. '1'f$S :..... S-I\j. .;: ...
.. .. .. ...1'. ... tOp !.Chnrlottesvine.. .. b. .... .:a: ,.".'. .,. .
} their} ships or, in yards, on the other side, and ..... ... .... 15a..3. '. ...Washlngtoz.. .. (L..:1.t ....1C IS.. .';, :..: .
navy .
.... ... .... ... 't ... .
yip Baltlmor3.w L... '. it, ...;; ...:.
yards. The Tour stars of an take the first freight for the Turnouts iiithe City. .. .. .... .... .JI.".... ....Pbiladeinhia... i,... .''.. IoU. ', .
... ........ .'. ._... ...New \oric.F .. ,. .". 'F ....' ".\ 43t II- ..''.". '..'.j... .
1dnli-allncan no more than west/ the"youu answered .. .. .. .... \HIIIpf.I". .. 300p .....Boston. ... .' I ...I't:'It'lOll..: .-:7 ..... "

.t lie simple gold anchor of a readily.,j i 1 .ITIflrC, !' eaEs on Short Hotice. Drayiog a Specialty.Prompt t CINCINNATI-J ACKSON VILLKa" I";"' .''No. 8.txt ASD War "'I Vto. iu* J..
Cou'he t & 13.h-. f 1.CE1DX A'I>SEW 7&14 >& 10Daily
"Then of the girl Macon Atlanta Dntly'9\\ ou.I1i
eadet most When ,
< people. Chattanooga, Cincinnati __ ___ _
how I .t )ld him that ho was too attention given to all orders. ca : OhicAHO H .. .5 t\IL\.I'! ertUl.ltUn4..Ar ..... 52p d
it \
comes to telling a ,. ,, ,,, ._... "' Toledo. Detroit, .. .. 9itfLv.! .IT. uu..At .... 51'p
I ; -. =." .." ". .=. = r-.u.. I .
brave of to do Cleveland LUua0 .r ... ,"
jnavai officer rates compared course, anything -- '- -- -- "- -- ----- --- -- -- --- Z 94Op 95. : .v "$ anr u e..Ar a 5flibp
i .me.an. St.Louis. to 33p:8551 ... .:J\lrin..LV ?
with officer hardly like that, :and the young C? -: :s .J::!: :1.0 .- 0 I I USVSa'llWa'wifce I"r. .Starke........ Iffla17t> f
,". an army .... ... .
b leaf UJPLY..Jack.vll"wr.'alO Iii ifu'it 3i Waldo. I 5a :5*>p
of the man got the credit in the W JIt. <02VKiOUpAr.{ Everett .Lv.3t6it. ... ... j ..G-.L"1uville..." .... ltttiu440p
..,' any one outside service t \V. DIXON & SON 410, ... .Macon...... 11 OOJ ... ...i72pl f ... ..Cct', Key... .. 00n.
has more than the vaguest minds of the girls around for U 7 4:>p10tX 7 1>a ....:Ulunta.... 8J5p ..... 12fj\1; 1'T11 .... jaw.nrne ..... 3-ka .7 '
... .. ..
> 75).l Lv. .Atlanta. .Ar. 805..2O4 a 125p 30-1 4tp
being: molest and self delpre- V .. .. ...i i.. i .. .. .. ...
idea.Relative. f 8 dui I/Jp .. ohattanoo !ti..Lv.. 3101.ASI1EVILLS '. .I i 2.p3 Saver Si irfnye. .
EUER 6 1 L 1OMii ISSIOt MERCH TS i n 73.I 7ft.: '. ...Cincinnati., 301' .... : I j'tI' ..:. Oeal .. :001It 59.
..: rank then cjative, as well as courageous. tL 4 ... 7t 4 lOa 34.Ii'. "...V" ." t 118,0.8,
runs l .
ROUTE. 5Sla: SIT}i .... Ieasreetbtrg...." 11013.(
asfollows: Admiral with Washington Post. ; IDO and IDOl Duane tit., New York. Pullman Sleeper between ackbonrllle, Cincinnati G11a343. ...Tavarea.... 10'-1 IJl'l.a
: and Chicago. 9 151Eo tUft! -.. .Orlando..." 71 lOp R 25Jr
jo general vice admiral with w c hy-jpraLv.....J uckaonvtlle.... Ar lOnia, 5S7p a:rjj, .*. '''iutel'Pat k ...' -3;wpi II Oth
rd 1_ 13.imLv.. .... Sl.&vanna...:.ArAr SOOain! 516a' 3r.'oSt.. Cant;u.).".. Il'ij. UHJP':4
Southern Fruits Vegetables a Specialty. 8Jre 5.1-hl: 3.2 ._ Lax. .
lieutenant general rear admiral Skin Diseases 4 t5amAr..Col.umbiLv 13[ 47aoi : -'l.n te. 1064.111 fr 4'a112aam
: LL .. .: Spartanburjf......Lv 5 tl'p 6U1a: .1 ( ;k City..." U".Iuo 91&tt1245pmAr..IIeudersoniii1e..Lv
with W 300pm 7Ji>a f'i.lJ-11..L'1 .City. ." .:,\ H 2-V.i
major general commodore JIakc 'of ;irrl1berrics amid J'eacus .. .
l 8peciafI
For the and -1 1y i 45pm Ar.. .. ..AshviUe.... Lv 00p82' ati('q; :.rnp_...? 1 p aa:
with brigadier general speedy permanent cure of ThJ'ouJlwtlt tlw EutlJ'c year. 3 KIW4.V Ar...Hot Snrings.......LiI36e
tetter salt rheum and eczema Cham .111U, Ar..l nuxrti'e..1.\ 8 3&
captain I with colonel, commander berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is nl'FJml cE.-IrYing Xt\tioJ.al( Bank, X.t'W York, and Commer- 1 diD Ar.. ..Lexington.Li 015pm ONLY 'l'Il:OI'GI "PtJLL IAN SLEE 't
without It relieves the ci-tl 4\/1. .r..Cinciunatl..L100pm ,
an equal. itching a Agencies rnt
colonel _. .
with lieutenant .mL..Cl: 1lU1atl.\1 600pm ,
and smarting almost instantly and ., ,. .. (fju 5 4opu. Ar.... ..lbICa.gO..Lv UUUam830j.ro BL Twz2 il JACIISOXVILLCANDDaily
commander with its continued use effects a vv ---c .z O.. ._-.c-- ._._v.---, -__.. .
lieutenant permanentcure. _.. I liig 1'oltr.830am .
It also cures itch, barber's itch, -- -= s."V "r -- \.. ...CincinnatiCnfcngo ... ..4\r 6'p' ;.EW 0I.Lt ,.'..0.-.
major, lieutenant with cap- scald head, sore nipples, itching piles, --.--- .>-. .. 60UpmAr':. ... .... .....'.". Lt

lahvlieutenanl ((junior grade) chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and _A. A. JOHN: 11t4am'. .. ..Mocon..Cincinnati Koute.... .Art| L'tIpW NO.'iu. 2 1 W t1n *El VISION ''o. ..15O0patAr..Chicago..Lv1000arn
granulated lids. S Dali'l AM'N1.W IBJ.E.\N9. fPalfy 1 -..
with first lieutenant and cn- .
;ign with second lieutenant. Dr. Cadi's Condition Powders for S'1'L\PILE, FLA.., ST., LOUIS, LOUISVILLE, JACKSON iOO..I1 5 l p u.a.Lv..Jte ml.r .11'ocr,+ ;r't;

horses are the best tonic blood purifier VILLE. 123.r pi2L3)1 I""..Lire h ... ,.. .
f'l J f
'rho sea pay of naval officers, I and vermifuge Price, 25 cents. Sold by M tfJp'uLv..Jack le...Ar' loam 230T,! 114r( .. ...bikuitrm ." t'Op'! .. .
Eat ttL Jle and Fancy Groceries HpC'1"" ". ".. .Everett..Lv S20ai : oIn3' 2Fatt ".,..Adoatteeit: ...." i 3 0I1r!: ....
as compared with that of corresponding l1) .xl.+ t 4 !fU.m.! ". .. ...Macoa" ..... Ii ((>pm Rttra: :1t1: ..TaHr.hav.ee.. ." f 2 .3iJi...
How Century: Plant got its 1! aGU'd\ \" "\'- 7 tnani ,. .. Atlanta .... 8I pun 8aa: .J :1 pt .... Quiaoy: l-l 19p....
ranks in the .. .....Chattanooga.. .. Jtnetft.a.. .
army, .1 otpm S ;10pmLontsville. 'J 4:laa 1 p! Ci"( if.41
Country' Produce Etc. .... ... ... .. .. H
Jfamc.About roam ..Lexington 10 l1nm .11 ikp; P..l a( a. I ,30a .....
is as follows: I' Wlm .. : .... ...... Uftl: ._....ll t'Ue.... 'tY3tla..
..... ....., 14JPl1lj..r ... !
'Vice Admiral .f0003'TJeut. General..$11.000 two centuries ago a 0 C O-jm St. Loins j jlUI'1 JCew dirle tm: 6 i\r;.

Hear Ad 4oruolore.. 5.0,M,Hiltf. General... SlUKi traveling .
... .... l.awo.rfonel( .. ...... 3 NX) in Mexico and admired Call. I will make it to your ad van t ace. SLEEl G CAK SCZlVIt::.
t;um'a3nder.. .. 1.5lJt1I.Jeut.> Colonel.. 3OJ0Lieut. saw I
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---- ------ ----'---as--rrrasrara-as 35 3i. Fast
aid York arm
Conunaa = Nos. I.Iail: Sleepers between New JrfcJteonvISc anti the Cincinnati
der..2.83ttMator......... 2.5-'Vl tike maguey plant, which is a Sleeper via As.heiiUe.Nt *
UeatenaatL.i .. 2,400 Uiii'toln: .. .... '". 1,&:) native of Mexico. slowly unfolded and became I\.1i4UO..tfS.cis 37 and 38 carry through Sleepers between JacwonriFe! a:'J Ifew Tor!oooncctfOu+
"uteuaut (J, --'-- -'- --- with 8 and 13 end o and lo with Pullman Sleepers between J-ick: .o'iViild amt 'r mp.;
G.) ....... ... .. 1 801) First I-.5cut.. .. 1.530 The much admired white blo&soms. The wonderful --- ---- No ttt catties through Sleeper between Jait-! >oaviiloa'.'l C i ittu-Koj.i. BJUIOreturns.Iff
rr'.eta.:.. ..... 1,:'1]Sc.mnd L1 u1..W plant) was:so n f1 P n m" No. :s3 into Jacksonville. Sleeer between Atlanta aud ('iii ] the Russian for its plant had bloomed at ti iJiIL.j1h! iHo-.e connections at Ciocinuati. St. Louis and Kans:ut City fxw all pofeita We.t anti Eoustfe."o ."
There is a decrease of $200 by tJt K. EJ ".. 1 and 2 carry the clbniVIIlNt.V Orleans Sleepvr.Jjtly "
and that hens last. riccyt Sunday.zUatiy except Saturday and uaay. ITtH trata d l et not ru+i
to $1,000 a year in the shove beauty ultility MondiY. Sunday aid 1rl'ndaY.IJIIly. :Cunaecliol1s at trU'il: fur :;t. Peden hurg. Manatee
.' to have The gardener said; it was NORTH EAST WEST lUvcr mid Iry West and lIa'uD\ :steamer Steamer "l.Tlu..Hdc'. fur all points U"..ManzaerTall
pay: of naval officer.and a \ eager growing l'n J'. At H.tuJ r.\rosse.. At Waldo steamer for 1ddrt..c. Cora:eta at :iea-tM in hi 100 yei'is old, and had bloomed for Carral/elte St. Maries, and Ap.ilachicolS. Connects r.l Liver JnactM for C'attaLlJlnci..
still further decrease when specimens own country DEPARTURES AKFASiiYAIs" TRAINS River ste.mers. Connects at Ocala for Ilomosasso. Cou..coii Jit IVruttodUiv for umLer.
in honor of the CZU'Vonl\ Laud Route Steamer to the Lsliiidand Uiun'jv.ic'U.
when Mexico he
they are on Availing orders. x> leaving --- ---- All baggage will be qhecked from Union peju Ticket will tfH be u>W at the city ticket,..
tIn roots to take was sent to him and( he and y;1.t"E FoO SA ollice, C02 Hogan Street as w rll a-> at the Union Depot ticket of11.e. .
procured some II
the army mounted officers 11. W. CAM1'llEIL,1'.isseuger Agent. .1. E.1 XllSKA f.IJt

rx3ocivc a litue more than home to lime..ciar as a present.On his whole] court: visited and} N,Q. 1 Q. duly" )'l \Tost.]" yeas :3.ii p. m., for all l Tic'isvr Atret "O.JVet IJ-iy Kt., corner Ire Sit, .:' !.jouvllte, Fla.AI1'EIl .
tho flowers and 1':0t1.l I cuuaeoiiaj: ai Jackiii. \ G. CO LIIAN Gcnoral 'I'rn"'l'lil'i: 1Rt'lgvtttJaCiFuuviUe..
the ,
his first visit to court : \ iiie with tl.rojh slct-pcj) for New Yosk.i .
.those who are not mounted. ) .
:ifinuati and all i.-uei-iuedi.ite pnhtslo. A. O. MacDONNELL Gen 1'.s..tgettt.5outhern
The table shows that all the after he reached the capital Dlant.Tno. 14. leavf-i 5.i'2. a. in dally) for same
pouts uml.-: ;:bon carrying through: sleeper
naval: ranks below commodore city he told of the wonderful poor exile from the 'l'a..llla and iutM-metliate points to New Yuri.eomrctim ,. .- .--
&t Jacksonville With trains from
receive a larger compensation plant and( asked permission ol sunny skies of. Iexico had Macon. Atlanta, Chattanooga and all points ; ,,. .Ie .
north smd west also with trams: for west ,.
tl1an'tlle corresponding ranks the czar to present to him the earned its reward and a new J""lort! a, Pcnsacc'ii.Mobiie.New Orleans, Tex- tyi.. :. "
as. Mexico and Califtlrui; points. >
which he had. The lame, for over since that day I rip. 13 leaves 11:59 i>. ra. with connectionroi
)In the ''. In the of speciment .
arm casts / [ G
} I : ail oir.ts and tUvi ions. Through sleeper J .
.' naval and czar graciously granted his it liabeen known as "the front New Yoilt.NO y r R'p T$1 If.J .
captains) comman4'aptHirv 9 leaves l<:N90.m. with through tleepei '. .'C v""
ders it is-easy to perceive the I request and gave the roots to century 1 All cojiaeotion.-points m the. thorn&tnte.nllJ'Oillts north, west a.10 w..a. cl. '

-reason for this. Captains and 'the court gardener, who promised ) For the be.t man' of the I'tl.tl'' sleeper or-. I ABS9HTELY THE SHORTEST ECHFE.PTTLLSTAIT l .
otter iafoiiaatioti call on or writs to
Millions Given _______
commander are command to give the plants his Away' D.G 1U EN, Agent t.CUG
Biarke, i'ia.
ranks and the officers in best attention; ;, but unfortu- It is certainly gratifying to the K, S. Pennin lo1.,T. M. DnAWIirO KOOII Cd;::3. DU.'Jlia CAH3.COACHTS 1! .
A. O. Macuuneli. G. P. A.JackvmvlUc. .
before ho could 1 >ublic to know of one concern in Fla. rnor.o'U'G1IF A..a.--U vnsTinTNORTH D cI .Iw.
these grades are usually placed nately, plant; '
the land who are not afraid to be .is
them ]he intended J
of the properly, as ,
,n positions gravest its AOr
he taken ill generous to tho needy and suiter- "f '1t7 ; : G R EAST AND WEST. :;. : .
responsibility I as commanding was suddenly ; 1.. lv. u '! e .r t. ,
% and died. without ing. The proprietors of ir. King'sXov It;
officers of ships.. Furthermore having accomplished "
1 Departure and Arrival of Trains: ,
: they are compelled to anything. Discovery for Consumption, _. _.- -..-. -- .- TWO DAILY TRANS! BETWEEN FLORIDA: AT::: HAST.zishInrtca '

do a considerable amount of Another gardener was ap- Coughs and Cold, have given STARKE, FLORIDA.
over ten million trial bottlesof in 1 dally. leaves 7 a. ra. for LaCrosse. and Southwestern Limited.
In the meantime :away Y
entertaining which puts them pointed. cfey aa-1 intermediate pomfe This! trilucoanpcn /I ;'
this: great medicine ; and have with the G. S. A, F. at Sampson And ttie"tJ..ilct S::ts r st :,1::!. '
in the in
much Again roots lay JuLctioii for l\ilat.a. Macon and intermediate

-, 3to naval officers expense.when afloat are, which they were first pl:\\ced. the satisfaction euixd of knowing' it has of i:, poyN 5k:! [.-.3.m.5atu-for Ways LaCro--e and SunCavs, JJrinkl only.and intermediate Leaves- cn.Y 21 nouns JAOZEOUYILLE TO W gTIlr.GTa,T. i.OXLY

obliged to maintain separate The new gardener, .not knowing absolutely; thousands:: for P.Jat1tMacon points connecting and at Intermediate bampMin Junction. 27 HOUS3 JAOSSOIIVILL: TO IJSCcli.1 70 y- .:

establishments for their famiJies. their value, threw the hopeless cases. Asthma, Bronchitis H35- second cl tss. Leaves Starke points.4.0J: a.m. < .

] sack away and it lay unheeded Hoarseness and all (diseases of .foi- LaCri'rtik,>e.train yrtakey is daily! except und Intermediate Suuday. YcstibnleJ Trclns eortpnyed of Ij\fot Improve' I't1Hmr.: Wr! pinz ft' ,r' .ao'ljlci Die*'-3-of

I! the' Throat Chest and Lungs arc N'. 2. arrives at Siarko IMo p. m. daily.N3 in.Cura through without change Within/ion.',. U.iitiiuio. ., '.
in a corner of the garden 4. arrives at Starki ut Ouiy. m. Satur. PhuaIelphi3. New York an J the ii.t. '

oi the Civilian. after day. Some time "urcily cured by it. Call on J. L. dL"s: and. Sunday; ouiy.fD ., .'
Envy day 1; 15 second crass arrives at Starke. 5:30 11-

"I. spent a couple of days afterward his little daughter Gaslcins, Druggist ; and get a trial m.. Duily except Suuduy.GZO.. TOiU'SETT.. Gen. Rapt. THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING-ROOM- SLEEPING! CARS' E3-.. .

' .. : down\ at Fort Monroe l last picked up one of the roots, bottle free. Regular, size 50c. and 1! Gen. Mr.. Starke Ka.nTIlCKlIEICS TV/EEN JACKSONVILLE AND NASHVILLE. .?* "" ..'

'week said a war department and in' a playful mood planted |1. Every bottle guaranteed. or JacltM>n\iHe. Fla. .
Through Sleeping! Cars Daily .lacksonvills ;o. .
the whole it but paid further at- price refunded."Farmer3 t
"and no
official GULF RAILROAD CO. :
Cincinnati, via AshcvI:::Ic, TIrcujh: :! Ihs .
there wero moments when I tension. The czar had for- TINE CARD NO.25.la ..
i't' In in the South haVe effect on unit"after Nov. 7.V. LAND OF THE SY.: a
felt-rather sorry that I did) gotenallabout.it. course

accept a commission in the of time the ruler died and remained in poverty longenough N o. 1.es. IaN Xv.1y.3. ST.\.TImS.. Dally Ho,2 ex. Daily.Suadoty. No. 4DaJy _.:')' ;'..'in:'rmp\'ft'\"t ns to rate, N'1&1uJ *, lepi2s car rciervtl3S3. eta, arplj tv ",,";".
trz seat of the ztactruiJia l:A.lLW'.Ar or i ita connection *
t\nday. .
offered also the second gardener. growing cotton with a hope of ,
regular army-that 4 -". *t Lv. am. t.v. pm. AI' r.m.r: pm.

to nio after the war. I The plant! in after' years pufiout realizing ante bellum prices, 72J 727 3tM1 31'f.t..;.Ga.tl1c,oieUiU..I05.vLle. ... 1100 71.0 15.1Jl L. A. SHIPXAIT, F.criii3 Puss. Ast., 212 West Pay Circa, .TtCk! aontill!, Pla.f ..

divided my evenings between a few spikes for leaves, but says the Jacksonville Metropo :ii 3 15 t...,Rocky:l10U'S Puru.t.xing.. 105.Ifi.jj) 1i 5St. IT. GULP. V. A. TURK, S. E. HAED IOZ,

304.l Tri o Mart+-cr, C,-n. I'u'. Ajt.. Asat. ( '. Par. At.,
335f. \
-r,0 \ hoota. 630
two big hotels at Old Point, did not thrive in the cold air lis. "Plant something the people JoOJ S45t..FIeweitens..10.J. IJ.c: : 6KC'j Naahin-fwa. D. a \\'; : lnon, D. tt AtiauUi,O.

and it certainly was enough of Russia. It grew very slowly want, and for which thereis 810 353 3irt.Ciyatt.s.... IDrk,:.1Od.......105. 1010 810 615 May 2,. 1897.. -- *
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1115I ) t. : t: ore. 10 tt
to make a mere civilian envious I and its origin was no substitute, and money 81. 4 03 t.:..Tl\coma ....10CO 600 -_-.+_. r't .
S20 410f..J Tarl r.s..... 9i.J: 558 =
to see tho tremendous known to any i one save will be paid willingly for it." 41St..iieano..y ... 9.0 FSU THE POMONA nURSERIES ;
s3: 4 ; f..:;'fn..ocLwilla. .. 910 5.43
of the former .
w fuss and to-do the girls were wife gardener This is all wool and a yard 87 4 kI Llke S inwN 0:1. 9i 5to 4YSv NEW CAT.\-
I 08
the officers I and the child that planted it. 8 42 4 3 t. Jli !;man.. 9 U ; ;i_ o I.OGUS pen < 0 t
making over artillery 84; 4 4'.H..Soul.fu.lde.. l'2Ii
Years and still theg' wide.Vhen farmers S5: 4 4 t.Dungarvan ... l2 J 521Jlr 3 { > WILL BE PJEADYJO HAH IM{ CCTG L.,. .
of Fort Monroe
young 500 t. ; .1vL'lc... 1) 10 513 |
old. The hotel plant with its thick, the truth of this, and put'it in- .. ... ..;L'urt D:IGc... ... .. : One party write* as f ftltow of our+ J*>7 catalcjr .
rind drawing range Ar.IJ.r.t Arrn: -- Lv.aIL Lv. m 4 t"r (;; ,te: "Will you pUa.e naJ jueatopy cf 1 UrI f
and i longstraight leaves novP to practice they will see, better t.-triegrtph s.at'Il3 r ,. }. valuable Nntsety C gaunt 1 fcai a copy but
: rooms supper rooms were ,
> t.---iiu.bt:1tin1'o. ; :, ; : have loaned iLI nsxl so many lnteresttaxt t.t t.
..' swarming with the young fellows -. nearly six f feet.. tall, did not sings come to them.fl'ceklcn's2 .J. IIFnLoN J.(',P...;HUNCH>1 Man.,Gen.- Pass. A gent. I t ,? ,ti ccpy.thiars" in it that I do a..t wUU to be wiiUoJt a f

J a-*; with the red stripes 'down bloom\, but ,a i i it grew taller i. J t Oar. new us.3 Catalogue will contain! all the t
( good feature ol the 1597eUAgue besida many:

.. .. their trousers. legs, .and I venture it attracted Notice) and the Salve. ILUICIL-. II! 1 i'-Lt y # t Fhotographic new o>e*. Puny..Illuitraied We oflsr wi.h a fuU'l.nc many new.f .
" i-' ." .- to say there were five pn tty new czar sometimes looked at ; The Best Salve in the world for ,. I to Fruit Scwtbem aa4 Ornnoen pla: tiu&tat. Trees Catalogue aoH ftkruba adapted

I' : -It- :: girls fur' every fqne of'em. it, and wondered if it \would I II i I Cats, Bruises: Sores, Ulcers, Salt TREATE1T g\ THE GRIPPING FreeCO., .

) .:" '"'. Tho older 1 officers v f,cro allf' over.bloom. j' .jIn Rheum' Fever Sores, TetterChap \ t !*ieWCS ant Peach 9t.st fur.r.ctbern flit_L'. a Planting. J.CIO U,3TCKSES1ES, )tACCIL .TIt&. ;<:'.j::.
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': around the hotels! numbers time'he too died and,' Hands Chilblains Corns, und - : -
in \
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calm still the maguey bloomed not. !i' till Skiu Eruptions and positively !I \ uj .' .
:: -; and they were' recipients ,! : JOB PRINTING-! !! 11.-1..s-' to .. ., ". _. :. .'
'h of the adulation. of Uie mat nut just after the coronation :nres Piles, or no pay required. It< To Any Rc! abo! 1an. : ; .." : ': q "..: '.:.:,:,
; The officers, fit f another czai\a stalk situpfrom is guaranteed to give perfect saC I Karretons ;u.18 a.: :1'J1tt'ro4)nt 1m tuar.1"s"Mut rproe1'n arm,1I : oltic r ,. .' ''.'. '.. ., ". .''..u.. :,r.. r
ron young;:; ,_. adarnre of rare patmrt.t'varr n"hy t tc..beer.l.rt-t ..' ...IUIT"I1I$ '". Erin it to THE AuVOCATK. ;,.. ,-. : ";.".
had thepletely civ' inns CQ the root j| f the plant and isfaction or money refunded. Price I rarldin the trisijitiecrtol c..n To'' t/'t'.en.. 1! WE CAN DO IT. ic.1"'. -. t" .' ; .
< though coaritxed Jro;u ?ec'l' of exrewtcrr. overwork. h r r .'. .
.1"= fiidedy so r r. irir rapidly I grew to. the height rf C5 cent per box tUhlttH1.&.or Ittpyrnyrri-a"termed.tferifJopment; >b: '' '-1 .. ; t. '
j< G Tile+ time ol this orr r t:7 1-uiired. Uo I'. O. lJ..c'eme WHEN YOU WANT IT 1 *"' )
}".LO1n,. !etc 0I\l(1r 4) i 8wpll 20 feet. Soon j jinany clustery. of i j':' Jtor sa'? at .. L. Gaskiifs Drag ; no dereptkmt flU eaneaar.6. f'.IJ"OARA A4d'eri"., 00.; 'W',F'I. .. '__ -" ; I .
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HEIST LOCAL GLEANINGS They Dad Fish to Fry.Last PERSONAL. NOTES. 1f'.L i M.Kelh one of Janksonvllle's; : .__. .-" :..;",a:..:,:..".-,-. ."., .,..,.,..,.""; ."" ':.'-o_.-,.::.:.:_:;.:....:...:....... :-:.:.:..:..:.c-;:,=.:.:-:.':-:..
: promlueiit', usiqess men was registered -
r.' evening quite a N. B. Hull visited Jacksonville last .' '
.>,. ;r -.* I at the New ComercialSaluhlay.
number of_ Starkes most prominent week.- \ .

GATHERED I CITY AND NEIGH- people left this city in hacks boundfor .3I. A. G.. Powell, left. Tuesday. for To CASH BUYERS ) ,. *.;Li
;, BORHOOD., / ..tilt. .uth:, Loadholty, ono of Lawtey's -
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TampaKev. .
in of fish :
SampsonJkke _. "
search .
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P .. \, moan snccessful srawberrygruwerr.was : --,:; : {
.", :-.:- ITEMS PERSONAL, PERTINENT &PECULIAR.: and they found them! About JJ Holemau was Is tho. city Ju the city on business ... ; :

,;. ."7f-""- _.. ,'e1.'k the party arrived at the lake I,'.Sunday. thursday.1 'I I. We are closing out our ...'..":-, '..
-- entirestock: *of . .."
: ..' Old.papsrs for sale at this office. and :at'once commenced t c niiig f r I 'Cpi EJwards o[ Lawti y.wr.a Iu 'Mr; Fred Dicken vriio has bE'cnenb..tg 5- -i'' .'

the ;tinny tribe, and their efforts the city Monday d at this place as right: iplkra- "

J'. Blank mortgages for sale at this- were successful for every time the Mr. A' B. Wall visited frieu-Is: iuAl t .r' for 'the past ft.'wV't'ek8, 1 1.,f Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Etc. :

office. seine was Brought to hore it was el roatv'Vedelj duy._ Sa unlay for .Anthony where he ,
. ha* accepted a position a& agent ut
Troops have l been coming found to he bailed with and Mr, Dr. Hj-ynes visiting; relatives -
pearch 1 that | lace Mr.. IMckci' made many In fact everything we have in ...:
, through at A rapid rate. trout. It did not take the scin hi Fernaudina friend while here who rejjreted;. to stock, ando will sell goods :' I Ia

Two large 6 inch cannons passed ing party long to catch enough fi1t} ,Mr. Juck Moore, the Dentist has_ returned tree him leave so SHOD.

through the city en route to Tampa for'the crowd :[present! and in a' few hula iampu.Mr. ( "Ml.eH.Ovidi. ; and Emma T'nnantent'rtilned Our ;
fill People
At Prices That Surprise
,., Saturday. minutes the seine was laid:aside. In \. A. Po\\ell is Fpending u a number their friends I .,
fd,v days iu 'Jam pa. Monday evening at their home in I' '
the 'me.'ln time tho ladies of the ,
t "The 1/
the Brown Shoes from
Buy West! Starke. About thirty were'present
Mr .Johnvills
(, n turned from A visitsjb our stnro will con- -
W. B. Haynes Company Best in partyv ro busy'preparing l a a visit to the Uutf City. 1 and passed away an enjoyable :: "vince you that we mean just r
feast which would have tempted a even'n indulging in andujoyingdelightful ';;e-
game .
the 'V orldr i Miss Mary Draingoul Is'i itina .. what we say.: Respectfully, ... ',
music furnished .J
king, had there been one present. *'* .,
Now is the time to subscribe for After ,Mr. fneiids:: iuiir JuCkt0\1'1I1e. l"y several uf tin guests. -
supper olfenclen l took I 1
t the FLORIDA Apvo : the! party' fur a delightful hail in his Why not get up a petition a-king} N.W-.H-ACKETT
: from
year in advance.Blank beautiful the war department to Fetid :\ rcK'1inent ,
I Fail ')Oat. After the tail .
h Mr. Charles Fern vie, returned toFeriiautliua of RuldieM to St:,rke. TIn.-r.: i' ,
land leases for the ; returned home +o _17 1av. 1- l
turpentine pasty they are c.I.; :
last Tuesday '- !+I. no finer place in the State for tr )opatw ....

ale at this office. If you want anxious for another' fish-fry, and Mr. F. R. Morgan made a buaiue-a have rood water in abundance I ......... ....... ._ ....... ._. ._ .,- .,..._. .,-.-. ._.".,.,.,.C-F
Any come and see us. will probly have another next week trip to LaUros-c: Muuday. and plenty of shade I tree-sand' miles, 1 -. -ci.cs'-a..i .d........ ::;).:.:: ::;::;o -- --,r.!.. :-:--: .-:-:-. w--.:;.
--, of jroid drill r'lIdjoi.: Siarke is i! \
Note heads, letter heads ]hill]. Basincss Change. Mr. and Mrs.I Or.fliu of Hamj'tou, only 167 miles from Tampa, and i is "" :.

]'."ads; posters, etc., printed cheap! There were several business, we.e iu the viiy Thursday. situated on the t'. C'. & P. fly, troop I

at the ADVOCATE office. made in Starkc's Mr. Walter Wills returne-1 l flout u'd be 1u.ft'n.1 l fnun hen to .B I !
changes I luniim 1 Saturday: morn ug. Tampa; in less than Mix hours weare Ol! Cl 9! I MI .Q :
Quite a party of young peoph- e'rclt s lat week. J. W. Hodges I I II ali situated: wi hin a. few inile.- >m 1

enjoyed a delightful picnic at Sought the stock: of goods owned i t'ol. C. L. Peck made u business:: of sever 1 of Florida's most beautiful j
Gaiu .
Kingsley Lake last Friday. by Mr. A. A. Jphiuand' has moved trip to. ville Monday.Tax lakt'H, anil the troops could camp, And every. shot is directed at ':,
Collector Byrd, of Lake Butler, near the hikes and at the same time .
style into his store across the I
Job work of .. be within hours march from the
every description Wa. "n our streeU Tuursday. an i
promptly tastefully and artisti street. Mr.[ Johns will dork for I city let come one atari the bull.Beauty .
.Capt. Carter, of Hampton, was in HIGH .:
Air. ll .tiu the Messers .
<*dge: future .
executed the
cally at Advocate ofTice. the.city oil business: \Vedeusdu '. *
Douglass and McLeod !have.boughtMr. Ia flood Deep.
D'. J. ('. Wills made a professional Clean blood means a clean skin. No
Hodges' stock of clothing and i beauty without it. Cascarets,Candy Cathartic have) a large stock of goods
Mrs. Wm. Bowen has moved I visit to Maxvilie last WeUeua-iay. clean your blood and keep it clean, by "
gents furnishings, and will add a i up the lazy liver and driving all impurities on hand and ..'
from her home in Thomasville to Dr. E. L. Stewart returned homo from the body. Begin ;,
are;. stock to ths and move into from 1'auipa last Saturday banish pimples, boils blotches, blackhenas, -" "

the plant.cgttage near the electric ligat: the building! formerly,occupied byMr. Joe Straus, of Baltimore nioruihg.Mr. was: a Cascsrcts and that sickly,beauty bilious for complexion ten cents. by All taking druggists -; VIe last Bell l Them Regardless oS f Cost a.

John: ?. guest at the New Coim.-ici.il l Mouday. _, satisfaction guaranteed IOc,"5c,50c. ,

The home guards arc drilling ". "

regularly now. The boys will To abe Public. 'VallewlenSunl'souf'hustJiut The Tb'lty-Second_ Regimentconsisting t So come. along right now and : -
s ion '
1111,1 I UIHII, was in the city Suuday.Mr. :;
be in fighting trim. Then bjk out Having purchased of T.R.IIod- of three trains from take advantage ot the. . :-.;:
_es the b<.oks and accounts of the JOB Wall, of Middleburtf, was Michigan passed through thc city .. *- .. ; -
Spaniards: amou the \ l2lt'l'lt to thfs Tiiurs-
: : : : City
FLORIDA ADVOCATE, we propose U crn route to Tampa Sunday.. The
The dull season is hero. Ton close up all old accounts by June Jay.Mr. tirst seitii.n had t> wait! hero ft.r Bargains We Are Offering. t
miist F. Waiuwnght has return }
get a move on you. If you 1st and All hour the
open up new 011 ct:. nearly an and boys made
e I from u buiuess trip to Gainesville. ,
v :ait to reach your patrons advertise "* 1\eWill hereafter do NO credit
for ad- while with
pcrs-uu owing subscriptions, things livi-ly they were \

in the FLORIDA ADVOCATE. vcrti ements or job work will be Mr. X. B. Hull HP. Several of.the ladiis presented business, consequently the good t .
returned home r
Mr. E. Q. Douglass;, our hustling presented with their bills before Thursday from a visit to Jacksonville : them with flowers and lunches.Thd ] ?. customers will not. have fo pay ,/.:. ?

piano man, ha just received, fine that time... Subscriptions are strict .... boys Arc perfect gentlemen the bad accounts. .- :-

trotter from Kentucky The hor>cig ly.ea-li' in advance, and all! sub J. L. Brooks, of Jacksonville'Mianvcepted : and looked as if they could make JOIN OUR REGIMENT : r'

certainly a beauty and cost Mr; criptioJl8 not paid in advance of I a position wi h the ADVO- the Spaniards hustle. They gave .

Douglas200.! June tat will be discontinued.la CAIK.t tlucj: cheers fur St.irkc as the train OF CUSTOMERS: :, r

RI't. Leiiuer preached an euter.'!'t- =
Gardiner's out.
Court. pulled -
Elegant lice of visiting cards iuJ.t sermon at the UapUst ChurchSunday. >** night now and get the benefit) oft; :,, .'
Jack Kpbinson and Sadie Kellers
business cards,;and cards; of even 1 -- the offering. A
b-irguins we arc
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A Clever Tl.clt.It
ford both, colored! charged with .
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description tastefully! executed hi >-
fine line of groceries as well aa -;.
lewed and ladviuus living. They Mr.,A. VT. } \)gtho lives near certainly looks like it, l hut t : ..I
the latest styles of type at the' AD- were acquitted and shortly. aftc."arJ8 .'. Ward City, was iu lowu ou busiueseMT. there is really, no trick about it every thing else in"ctock. .-,,'-:

VOCATE office. \ were married by the J u.:tire., we4e..sday.
Anybody can try it who ha; Lam -
Tell your wants through the Joe I'ryon. colored, charged with ;: R A Turner one ol LuCrosse't- Hack and Weak Kidneys Malarhi: / Hodges,; Douglass & rlIcLeoc1'f I

ADVOCATE: columns. If. you have -elling liquor was [acquitted till account wide-awake ineichauts. wasiu:: tin or nervous troubles. We meat: ,

Anything to buy, sell or cxch.ul'JOu ( ; of iiiMiih'eient evidence. city Tu'itday.Miss he can cure himself right away In. Iruby, Steinberg & Co.'s old stand. .
Prj oii'was arre-'ted at Sampson Lzze i-5>vert and! Mr Tom ,.
cannot do better than make ii taking Electric Bitters. This niyd- ----
City: by t-lu'riff Denmark.&clurate Sweat ar linking:: ; frieud in Gnines- '
known. Rates 5 cents line. icine the whole . ._. .G_:;. .+ ..,...:..:;} ::4t .:&. -
per \'lIIcthi_ \\ed,. tones up system :11'? '''' ... -. +- #III'''---'jI 1'''''''' II' II v.f .
lour ItuweU Will I Hftrftretl.C.an .
Mr. S. F. Gardiner ,1y. rntlmrilr. cure corms Ipatlou forever acts as a stimulant to the Live i I .;
our hustlingreal Mr. Wdter'ills. li-ft SAtur.ltiy for f THE C. B. ROGERS CO.i.j ; :
lOc.tSc. ir C.C.C.tall druggist: ; *refund money | \
blood i
: estate agent, has the honor of Tauipa where he will engage in tin. and Kidneys, is n purifierand VProvisions
the Notice. ,$K fruit business.:: I;: nerve tonic. It cures Constipation IMPOHTERS AND WHOLESALE GROCERS,
exhibiting first peaches of tIlt .
acason. Mr.: Gardiner Remember, that hereafter the Mr. A. S. Yoik, one of Lake But- Headache, Fainting Spells. \ll/: 7.."...CCrCO+s'ZTS'.Zr' --.-.a......... fA\. ...
gatheredover ADVOCATE will be publsied: e\'crj' ( :
a dozen fronuhe trees on hit Thursday 111c1rJ1=n r. Notices intended ler'a: Ipit.ular{ young mm was: 'ou uu.rtreet" Sleeplessness and Melanchplly. Iii I \=! Grain, Hay, Flour, Grits, Meal I, Etc .'t\:....:.. If
for be Suutlrty.Mr is-purely vi-getahlp, a mild laxative t f .,
] Ucein North Starke. publication must t, SOLB.AGENTS FOR Our business confined to the .
handed in on or before I 'V ed Ilt1- : 1<'. A. Fisher, Lawtfy's popular and restores: the system to it:? 11 unl Orders from con- ftradf .

Our job department u. complete di LV afternoon.Itoit I'Ositnasler. was: m tho city on busines natural vigor. Try Electric Bitters 1 t d airbank CannIng Co. Lion Brand> Burners* neither Iy. solicited nor eft f :

io every department. Having s- Tobacco:Spit and Smoke Ton Ute .&"Ir. .. Thursday.Mr. :: and he convinced:: that they' I 1 K t Canned Heats. I rired. (0 I ,

cured the. services of an expert job To Quit tobacco easily: and forever,be rna,,, Wm. Ty-on. our Deputy SIu>rHJ: area miracle worker. Every bottle !
compositor we are prepared to nctlc.full of life,nerve and rigor, take No-To- nude t a business: : trip to New Iliver (guaranteed. Only 50 cents abottle ? Quotations lade Promptly On Application. $
Uac.the tint ?)
wonder-worker luakes weak men (
execute artistic work on the bhort. strong. All druggists,60o or'1. Cure guar.&n.tced last Wednesday.: I IIasi \ .__, ,. ,_," _. V .*_*.*_.._-.P.... .*"'*_**._'** *_*,*?. ?.
Booklet and sample free. Address : Minnie\ at GnskinV' Drug Store. _.<**._*'t'-f'f' fsye** }*.p.p.&**t? rir./ r--\ >ra .i- >. .,.,i'j.Vfc,-'<_a".\fc..,.**._.-,. S 4
est notice at the lowest Andrews returned
prices. tterllng' Remedy Co.:, Chicago or New1'York
Sun uy from a llenlRut'i"it wilt -- --- '.
Mr. Texaa R. HocLpt was in h3 The following boys returned friends. W ruell.Mrs. Master Carl Floret, tendered l hsvonnt

city Monday, having jut retur.tc.l 1 From Tampa last Saturday mom- Collinand sister Miss r friends a delightful, partylast .WILLIAM TYSON :
ing Mr. C'lia. Moitt Theodore Alice in honor of ty
from a trip to Cedar Key. Mr. : Powell of this' city, visited relative Tnc>'daiy evening,

Hodges "wa elected a delegate' to' Tyson ireus., Walter Harman Alvarez.Iknton, Ira Uyrd At at Maxvilie last week. has 10th birthday. Ice 'ream and LIVERY{ SALE AND PEED STABLES,

the County Democratic Convefition Crawford ', and Jack; Moore. The Mr. Tom W-ll and Mr. Ozie Butch j cake were served the young peop'c1UJd

which will be held. at Bronson !wys say that our soldiers were. doing of Middleburg, were iu the city visiting they enjoyed themselves immensely *)* >STARKE, FLiI( /.. '

Saturday.Mr.! well and all have plenty to cat. friends Thursday I playing, games and swinging I .... x: .
--tOASTOaX.a.-,--, Mr. H. M..Starbirce, L-ike UutlerVpro'iiine'ut ill the largo swing on the ver -
Walter Wills has sold out > : .., ,
Ids stock of goods to Mr. S.: F.ardlner. ; Beu1 tho The Kind YOU Han Alwan BongM on biisiiieSaturday.mill man was. iu the city' -.I I 1 Hake a Specialty of ConYeyicg; I>' Traveling Hen to Points in the Country. )

(; Mr Gardiner 8irunrtf anda.CASTOR
bough i Mr. O..C. Husband, on of Mel-nse'r
Owen wh
son, ix piil.-irniercliants, was in the city .

will run the business in the.,futur lilies Akarty and gentlemen uf about thirty gathered young athi oii bu.t'l ess Wedeusday.Mr. For Infahts:and Children. ,

Mr. Wills will embark in the fruit ; home of Mrs. L.. A. Miller hut A. ,B. HolingRwoith, Ward The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears RI ''

business at Tampa. Friday: cv n'ng and pleasant J I yjas.d City rushing mill man, was! in the

After a delightful visit to frien"ain away several .hours playing city on busiuews i Wedeusday. theSignaturo Alladb oort( L

Virginia, Mrs. Rising left-}las g tines and en j.tying; music. Deli ,. Miss Laura Wynn. one of Ham It- or -. I I

r.riuBY for her 'homeiu Philadelphia. I "U3 refrcchinentsvero Kirved arid tou'a charming j'ouny Iadle". wa-

She still has a very vivid hugely enj-,eyed by all:;those pre CIt.O.A.STOB..A. ahoppiug! iu-thia city Thursday. Miss Dora Walmvright: tenderedi .-

recok'Ction of the feast spread iu .. ) rj,. Blitch, who has b en visiiingMr. number of her friends a delightful '

her honor beneath the mnlltetry I gan tho Ths Kind YOa !lall firm B."qI.Ijpatve I'. aiiikMrn. F. B. Morgan'. left party Friday evening at the residence For Sale By ...'
tree at her home war Star:,o, the Monday for. her home at Pheonix. Woodwardon a
and Mrs.
week before her depaituie front cf i ] of Mr. ti
Ire and, teciatea very highlythe I Mr. K.'R. Morgan. returns genre (,hare'} Street. The party was I. F. P. McMURRAY'pGrocer. :
app ,Dr. and Mrs. Van Etdren, who from Tampa Saturday. Mr. Mot aipsays .
friend who It.. s, enj Table affair and everyone .
l gave hive been the ; very
at Commercial. Hotel Tampa is veiy warm and dust '. ;
Our soldier: boys write that they for some time left Sunday, fur Pro-e't reportel eplendid: NOTE REDUCTION IN PFUCE
Miss Mary Dramgool, one of ,
L nre highly pleased with Tampa VuMosta, Go, where they'will'make Gainesvilk'sfatrdiuuhtera t m *. Deli' i ,u.'r frusiimetitswcroscr.ed : -
Is visl-
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stud that it is a splendid place f> r t'-eir! next stop. Wiule here Dr.1 ing Mr. and Mrs. W. K. avia :n thi- at lU oc' '.ock. O e Gal1ocl.: :L 9Srl.tS.: ,
Van Eldrcu- Jet the!, contract for ..
.troops to be stationed. They saythatthe city.- Fi\Te Gallo'Cl.s ,6'0 etL ts.I' .
fencing and, constructing an elegant C1. 'xiORx.: : .. _
il people of that city ar" e..trace on his.pIa'e, formerly bit-s Ettt. t Barnes 'returned 'home Bun tie T'.s Kind Yea Haft? ,,>'art f :M .

very kind and do everything the old U;low place,!(iabout a mile from Wildo Friday where she ha 6atpuact mmmp This is the best Oil sold i/i thtfOity.Call .

in their power to tank it North of Starke; to i, Mr.. Farmer. been visiting l .Irieud.*for the past few. .,( I' ...

pleasant! for them. The S.tark"I When the dwelling 4'd' improvc- weeks.Mrs. Jacksonville has two or three rcgeijts and. examine -.my'tock of Grojeries. .., y .

n.-e bare always favored Tampa I! ;rips are completed, 'the place will : J. M .IUing left Frllny: for ;+> of 1 be ;one of the handsomest in thevinitY. Virginia,:: where 'the wi!)'spenJ th- liH-t.cond North Carolina regiment i _. guarantee prices as :, ? ,b
Ma &n ideal place for State e ) : .
t csmpIu : wuramcr. A delightful 8 utrawb yz arrived there Tuesday: my and solicit your .trade. ; _
ten is and now that they are there social: (vas givenInJtcr honor I Iy ., .">r- yerr '.. ,.4

u JlJ Pie. they will be allowed to Take, Te caxaretsCt.dvCathartia Car,,Constipation r orTf.lOcs o S5a several of hrr frleuda! before she rro-7o-sac Jed tobacco baiilt fifty eari CtxtU.Gtarnk 11 lr'cR. FS 1r -"STISFAOTtONGUARANT P: "- E'

.ruu.u; 'n for several] weeksatleisz t. It C C.C.tail tc cure,drcggim. ,rutuni: mossy' left. ;- ,.,.. .- cr. IUU'C". $,.bl>>,l pure, 3Cr.1L ,AU cir1a-"jst : t .f? 3
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