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Title: The Florida weekly advocate
Alternate Title: Advocate
Alternate title: Florida semi-weekly advocate
Portion of title: Florida semi weekly advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Texas R. Hodges
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 7, 1898
Frequency: weekly[may 26, 1898-<1900>]
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Publisher: F.M. Prewitt, <1899>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 21 (Jan. 27, 1898).
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.;. ..,-VOLUME' IV.. J STARKE, FLORIDA, J.ULYr, 1893.- NUMBER CO. '_..
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.. .., I .1" .. .... '"''' day for Hampton:: and her people ..1
,: : fohnd .Company M in ,good condition Each Days Events CSraioM.FHIDAY.
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'I'i'. "'j'1i\,) '. 1' ,.. ,. \I '"; ,.''!.'!::I.J" :..' \ -- and high spirits. They deserve credit for the way : ..
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'. I 'jr>. l 7.k! ,', ,11<::- ::--.: ". Americans Yictorions bn Land, had in which they entertained tin-
1 celebration
I r'a, j',,. ,. ,. ; Jtlfk-,;, .r..._ ., ., < a big in.Tampa.The ft
1' ,1 ... ,-. .._.",.11':;.1'" ,' .."" .,..;".,.t.. .' """";,;: ...' "' ", I ; s small boy could not wait All the plans for a final attack crowd that assembled there

: ;" :'. i : ::' .. :; :,;;",', ; i\ .- ,:.! |I And Sea-Dons .on are being carefully made. that day. People from all parts
THIS SPACE > .j'. >" "-. ,,' '."....,. '.J,.... :{... ;" ..., ; ..;: until Monday 'so they began :
\' ,. ,* .- .1" ; ;1r": -: .:. ,:;:r:: .y.::. ;. "'; i Tie' Rnn. popping fire crackers Sunday Shafter's. ontposfs are within I of Bradford County were there,
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";j.!i" $ .": ...'c.i"r. ,.i"I' ., ,. ::,..;:--". ...rf .:.'-" I i I evenin.;: ;.. ,-" gunshot of Santiago, a clash is and tho slVeets of the beautiful -

; '.0H; ,. .>,),'J i r.f.; .. -.',,./. ;:.',,.I.......,"...<..,...2..''.':.>' ".; ., i!,,':.."t'}".:;.'".:'. ,- ,, :I j | The first regular battle of the; >Ve are drilling. hard npw momentarily expected. little city were fairly packed : :

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or"1. : 1 ,,;' "t.-. ., \ -'- ; i I '. 'I-:.' -J: .0. uiday in ;the vidhity of Santiago
.;...... ,, '- I -- ; i '' 1 for o'clock The Starke Comet
the
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companies
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/ .1 of repairs. The Band formed in line in front of
of the Regiment. making

;>::' : !i "I L. 1 The battle was; began by' the The] Young' 1leii's Christian. American monitors are pro the hotel and marched down'to-
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RESERVED ; : :' : Americans attacking the out- Association of Michigan has a ceeding toward: Manila. Deweywill the grounds.. where the speaking}
I of the '
.and fortiiicatlQns
.< ......,-. ., I'"J I 1 I I ;"::"'":y'f'f'.io;,;.A'' pbsts' -- tent erected in which .the boysdo be prepared meet Camara was: to .take, place Upon arriving .
.::.. \ l lr. r';> Spaniards who ought bravelyapd
.' when he arrives.SUNDAY.. at the grounds the ban'lllajetl'
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: : '. : : :: : writing reading.The
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'<( ,' ; '/ : 'J.'r; ,. every !tent is for the Michigan se.cral'pieces, at the

t'I': \ !: .:. t'p.7";" ground The Spaniardsvere! boys only, but they kindly let This is the first news::of the conclusion Mr. New bern of
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,' ... conflict before Dur- Hampton,. introduced MivJas. -;
.' 1..t. ""',. I 1"I' I"-. us use, it and furnishus. with :! Santiagor. ?:

Ji:..;... ,I / "!" .. 'r ."f' : great difficulty and loss I paper and envelopes also. We ing the first day the Americanswere Hill, of Lake Butler, s"-

i1 : ,..: that the .Americans stormed
the first of the
1.. .. : : I *i like the Michiganders far bet- successful, capturing three speaker day.

....-.........". '.F"OR TH'El ...-IULI, I. !: *: jj-'....,,'- their fortifications and drove ter than any llegiruent'in camp. strongholds and a whokp...line. of Mr. Hill made an interesting
them
.'. .. ." t. demoralized, into Santiago M speech, which was frequently
W. The American
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: !I '. .., : .:-"- -t.,, : few days ago and have joinedthe loss was heavy-over a applauded..t the conclusi. )i ., ;
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fleet '
\The in :
'j t { Spanish Ij'ing
... : Company. One of them isWill thousand killed and wounded. of his speech, the band played i .'
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'.) j Haftner, of Ward City. One company sang: the "Star, a ,

..... "t'r. .; ', ; j 'I! ]'- great havoc amongst theAmerican while of Starke: was introduced. .Col.v,
..: I Our vaccinated arms are do- Spangled Banner" fighting _

x ., j f l: : i t -troops. one shell fromGervera's ing well. Most of t the boys'' under fire with dead and Peek make: an able speech, and:

'.' rtFw B.HAYNES CO ; fleet killing an entire arms have: completely healed wounded falling all.about them.Sampson's waS. listened: to with careful, attention
Company; of American soldiers.At the crowd until
by large
.,. I ; over. fleet cooperatedwith
the close of the first
day'sti.&hting
1 ; the conclusion of his remarks.:
sickhes the in the reductionof ,
'J" There is no to amount troops)
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: ". "_ The Col'ssp.. e h im r ssed the
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Voters
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/ of the who
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.: I ;. every one is well and The Spanish loss is estimated county werog Ii'
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;''. ,*' feeling well. Our only trouble at 2000 killed and wounded, present. He ; rgued to? them .
in front of
Santiagowith
.1 i is i that we am Ro ry that we did Spaniards} fought with great why Star should. retain the
\ the the Spanish: ; armjt between Court 1 Hiui As Co!, Peek
not get a crack: at the Spaniurds courage and skill. Every: inch

: .j\'iVEEK. i tin m andthe: city." The around Santiago. The of ground was closely contested. stepped down from: die stand, !
NEXT Americt ns lo it 1,000 men killed
!i bays are real hot fat" a light and t )rU DAY.1f the band strnclup tha Battle

d t .. j I r arid trot nded. every time we hear ofin, American : Sampson has. destroyed the Cry of Freedom, after whiclu.,;*.

,. I 'fl'lie seco id day's fghting
'. I ; victory it .makes us hotter. entire fleet of Ce--cra. The im- dinner was aanoliuctdrile ." ; -
.. : was. ttrrilij 1 on both sides.Cervera's (. '
.: Hurrah for and his mecliate surrender of Santiagohas dinner was spread out
Sampson
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'' ;:' ':._ :' ..' -fJ' ,'..1',1, \' '.1 brave. men. ;' been demanded l y.,Shatter. on long tables under the pines,
: in harbor -
,;. bottled up Santiago
: t .. vjfr, Lyles is in. Starke now There was heavy fighting all and the big crowd was soon
for several weeks
., ".1 attempt
e I f I ; j, .. .rt I think there is some attraction Saturday, General Lawton'smen enjoying the bountiful reprsi
1 I to run the blockade! and. so willingly furnished by the
i there for hill! bearing the brunt. Theycharged

esjapethrough the narrow neckof 1 into the and people of Hampton. After
We miss ArchaValb Johns city engaged -
.the. harbor into the sea.
open
Mrs. Effie Williams and her very much. Arch was alwaysso the Spaniards in a hand- dinner Mr. Newbern introduced
1 COUNTY entire fleet '.
;. HAPPENINGS charming niece Miss Dora Martin The( and was destroyed and lively. to-hand, combat. Mr. J. B. Crews, of Lake But-
by1 Sampson Schley
-- e Felix. Witkovski has been The Lad rone Islands have l ler. Mr.\ Crews was cheered as
of
Newberry, are ;visiting
ITEMS OF LOCAL AND GENERAL 1'J00, | men taken captive. Cer
JNTEREST relatives in town this week.: himselfwas taken appointed as one of the 'Regimental been captured by :Merritt's men, he stepped upon the stand and
:vera, pris-
color bearers. This is who have arrived at Cavite and was applauded several times

Cleaned! by Oar Able.Regular Correspsndents.JLnCrosc. Misy,, Hettie Wynn, .one of oner.. The land:. forces succeeded a high honor and we are-all as begun debarkation.Many prisoners during his speech He ably

Hamptons 'charming young in breaking through the them represented Lake Butler's side
I / proud as Felix is over-it. We are with among
.. ladies visited her sister Mrs. P. Spanish .lines and driving them
of the question. At the conclusion -
is
know that the flag is in good whom the Governor of the

."'" Rufus Dell, who has Typhoid J. Boston Saturday and: Sun: pell-mell i into the city. hands and Felix: will defend it islands. "" of &r. Crews' remarks

4 feyer, is improving.Irs day, returning; home-Monday, The end of the second day's with his life if necessary.: TUESDAY.t j. Mr. T. A. Knight, of Starke,
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.. Sue Kelly, of Windsor, The picnic was largely attended fighting.immediately found in Americans front. of the Bob Adams::, is considered the All of Cerveras ships have was introduced. Mr.\ Knight '

$$8 here visiting her parents: and, greadj'! enjoyed by its limits. crack laundryman of CompanyM. been destroyed, and Cervera was greeted by loud cheering as
outside
'Mr. and Mrs R.. W. Jones.. all. Starke and Lake Butler. city just Bob can do up shirts to a himself, with over 1,000 pris- he took! the stand. The people
The fled into Santi-
Spaniards
$q Kra. C. M. Sparkman, of were ,well represented. Both The loss of. the ,Americans : finish, especially blue flannelones. oners taken. Shafter has given seemed to recognize:: that this"'V"
ago.
: *' ] Startle; is here visiting her sides of the Court House ques.I 'He went down on the Santiago until noon to-day to would be the speech of the day,
.in the two days' fight was
:
# Discussed I ] before beach the other to do his surrender. Sagasta declares nor were they 'mistaken. Mr.
parents, l:r. and Dir:s: LS. G. Qll'as ably about 1SQO, killed add wounded. day ,
.;' :poQksey;. and after a sumptions and week's washing but found that that the war will be pushed on Knight spoke in a loud firm -
about
The loss
Spanish
carriea'conviction
greatly enjoyed dinner. Theday. he had no wash boar Now in spite of reverses. DeweY'stroops voice that
H. C. Parker has just returned have l 'arrived and he had
with remark. He .
was
: passed off quietly) the 3000.ha .van know that a blue flannel every .
: from a visit to his business ter is confident that he planned to storm Manila on several times during .
music the Starke band shirt is not washed with- interrupted .
by was easy 4. Blanco and Madrid affect -
and first July:
at Windsor. He reports cant take the city at .
indeed nice and out.a board.tp scrub it' So his speech by Questions,
that
greatly enjoyed. on. to believe Cervera has .
notice that the wouldbe
crops as suffering severely_ for .-- gave city Bob did not l know what to do. escaped: The 'Mosquito fleet I but he had a ready answer for>

... Bombarded : On .,
min, ... on Monday. "
He was just about-to give it has a victorious engagement. them every time. '
'!' .. up
'I'4'. ::'.< .Dr. L. :B. fcreiger, of Lake THE TOUT AT & \X1.'I-1 reflection, it is decided- that and back to when -a More troops have been, ordered Mr. Knight's speech' con-
go r camp
;, 'k :"Park (for Shafter will\ hold his position forward to reinforce Shafter.WEDE2T5DAY. the the
: :;- ., ':, butformerly of La- ; AGO.' brilliant idea struck him and eluded speaking day.

c. Crosse, is here The Doctor is : 'r.} I until I reinforcements.arrive, before he dashed "into, a Swamp nearby The crowd then adjourned and. -
The following has been received ( Santiago.The In order time for
taking to give escape -
where
one of the most'popular men with his/ pistol in his hand. assembled at the Hotel
from Shafter "Wash
at Spanish forces have been of the women and children
.: that ever lived here.Hampton.. When he :returned he had they listened to a delightful I
.
.. ington ; Pando a from Santiago, General .
.... -- reinforced by General musical furnished
"-' "Playo, 9:30, Headquarters with 9,000, men. The Spanish i 10-fopt. gator, by the tail dragging Shafter has extended the truce. program by' '

I i 't'Yr. L, L. Lucas, of Tampa, Fifth ::Army ''Corps, near Santiago -i forces now in Santiago number: f him, towards the beach: Meanwhile the foreign Consuls the Starke Band.

'. Bob. laid the 'gator on theM with the assistance, of foreign i During the afternoon the
Was in town Sunday July 4--When the news about I
'. 18OOQ.4 beach-n tai: the water and soaping warships, are removing them young ladies and gentlemen of

t A good many of Hampton's of the disaster the Spanish .The, heat is reported to :be liis shirt began to rub it, to a place of refuge. A second Hampton tendered' their visit ; '1 .. '

:. "folks"went"to J Jacksonville Mon fleet reached the front, whichwas playing more havoc amongst vigorously up and down his i demand-has been made upon ing friends a delightful dance

day.." during the; period of truce, the;; Americans than Spanish. 'gator ship's back. It did not !I i Linares to-suirender, but lie is 1 1I in the City;; Hall. The dance

"'J! tlje "...regrnenhban! s played' bullets. take inufch rubbing before his I I reluctant because of the wrath was attended by a .large number .

l.Mrs.. U. S.gar vlins, left: Sat; tar .S anglea Banner" aud i is shirt was perfectly clean for i i[would cause at--home. General of Bradford's fair.daughters
battle
Another
great f.ex- '
: "! y lor her home in, Me rA- ,'Time in the Old Town :you know an alligator has a I' Shafter.and Admiral Sampson and promising young
"Httt
.t. Tenn peeped to be fought within the natural wash board attached to. i itits .are to. have a conference; gentlemen and was the iinv
phis ...
'."', ",.- Ta-night, ana the men are week when .it is confidently back anyhow. Bob's discovery and the outcome will probablybe on the program for the day's. .

"J' R M.. Cason, of Ziff, passed cl iee ring from :one end oof;the expected: that Santiago will was hailed with delight a s time for concert of action entertainment '

\: through Hampton Saturday;", line to"'the.' oth I r.-......J. fall! into the hands of the l>y the' boys of the Companyand it, being expected that The large crowd began to depart ..

enroute to Fernandina. "Both. officers aid.'men., have Americans. ; the alligator has been Sampson will push his way in- ; about 4 o'clock. Every-,

..- stuffed with Government hay: to the harbor and assist in the body is loud in their praise of

.: .. Bliss.' Bert \V. Cason.. is been without even ..shelter... ... tents : emity- Is mood- Deep. and is used regularly. for awash destruction or.the stubborn the way in. which.. Hamptonentertained .. ,

:Vff-: 'spending this week in Starke, and have been]! soaking wet for] Clean blood means a dean skin. o board uo'w. I her visitors' and we

.:J the rive days in the:afternoon rains, b'auty witbout it. Cascarets Candy Gatnarttj 'Vo'do not know when we ,city.Spain has; at last come to the wish to say in conclusion: that .
;; }j t nest t; of her friend, Miss 'clean your blood and keep it dean by
?..:,4 o;, but allaro; happy.. A I.Et'rntyf-tiplthe }Jay liver and driving all'imptrit I will-go to'C lba. as we do not conclusion that Gervera's fleet the second clay of July, 1898,
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,- &E.&}"r-;\"s Co'ra'Sessipns_<*""- .y,* ] SJI:4.FTER.N: ." \ s pimple from tile, boil-body.btotcLes Begin,bladiheaas tp-day tcbtTush I hear vercmuch. : 'news here. has ,realjy] been destroyed.The will be remembered by: the .

',:tiSS: Ida': Alvarez, one :p! ,.. ar:d that tickly bilious complexion by taking. Well, I must lose.I hope news has caused .a. painful good people of Bradford county' '
/" CJ::drug-6 : : ; i everybody in Stance is well. impreesion." Thfe military and that. Hampton has t made # .
Stnrlte.'s? "charmiug ladies dA. 7'tatisfaction guaranteed.1ge; .. ,25e,5-1c.. .
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Florida' 'Weekly:,:* dYO atei .TliE'. ';"NE\V SOUTH I i THE GLORIOUS_ FOURTH: oDstruubled, with diarrhoea: .. '

,. :'When ll lll'Y'Y. Grady, theman July] 4th, i is" distinctively] an will be interested in the experienceof !

ti PUBLISHED !:EVERY THURSDAYAT whom all Southerners like 4 American institution.and America .' Mr. W. M. Bush, clerk of Hotel AN. OPEN LETTER

: Dorrarice,' Providence, B. I*, He
to honor, looked along down did herself proud in, its bbservanceibn -

"-STARKEr FLORIDA. the'j W8; of the. future and ; Monday last._ says: "For several years I have To MOTHERS. .
been almost a constant sufferer
Entered at the pootofflce at Starke.Florida, erected upon the. pires' of the With. hearts,_ whose' pulsationsthrob WE ARE_ ASSERTING> IN THE COURTS OUR BIGHT: TO
UK second clfeM mall matter from diarrhoea, the frequent OF TIlE WORD "CASTORIA," AND
old I South, his New South he I more quickly with beatsof I THE EXCLUSIVE USE .
attacks_completely prostrating me "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," AS OUR TRADEMARK.
ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. budded even better than lIe patriotism kindled by the war .
and rendering mo unfit for my/ 7 DR. SAMUEL PITCHER of Hyannis Massachusetts
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knew, and had he lh'e: untilto flame, which for the first time in I duties at this hotel. About two' ,
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a.s. HARRIS, was the originator of "CASTORIA I the same that .
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day he would have seen the I nearly half a century, has arous- years ago a traveling salesman

i EDITOR AXD. PUItLISHKR. ,Great S South-outstrip any of his ed the American people to the kindly gave me 'a small bottle of has borne and does now bear f? szttT5on even r

t f, Advertising- Kate*. most- sau uin imaginations.' !' ,tension of the present time, the ham rl'iin's Colic, Cholera and the fae-simile signature oft &ffi&e/x wrapper.

'.- Our advertising rates-will b" as reasonable.- In all history, the progress American Eagle spreaded: his Diarrhoea Remedy. Much to my This is the original "CASTO RIA" which has been used in "

as, consistent with keeping up a good news of the South is'unparaleled. Ina wings from Maine to the Gulf &,surprise and delight its effects I the homes of the.Mothers of America for over thirty years.

Issue paper a clean Ills,the attractive purposeof newspaper the publisher with only to short period of a few years!. and from the Atlantic to the were immediate. \YheneverI, feltaymptoms LOOlC"CAREFlJLLY at the wrapper and see that it is

such a proportion of advertisement aa will since the .reconstruction its ad'- 1 Pacific, and the Stars and I of the disease I would the hind you have always bought --'.. on theand "
and and
Insure that all will be been read none "
burled behind a ma..s.of, utb. Rates will yancement and progress: has Stripes floated over millions I j t fortify myself against the attack has the signature of ( Kz. yjf& u( wrap ,..
:.. be uniform and will bo mM1e.known, on nrpll- | with a fuw doses of this valuable
cation. been such as the world hadnever .'thrOl ghout the entire country i remedy. The rt.'sult-huB been verysatisfactory per. No one has authority from me to use :my. name except ".
-- before ,witnessed ; itseducational 11n'uui on, with one grand celebration -I .
President.March
Fletcher is .
rTfc ( and'alulost completerelief The Centaur Company, of which Chas.H. ,_
It is a thing fo die foronescouritr3r ,
great I, social I and political of the day glorified by
: from the affliction. For
: but how ,much \, 24, 1898. 1
; developments has astonishedthe our forefathers. #
sale by J;-L. Gask ius. Druggist.: &*. .D. '
greater to live for ones country. civilized world)( and todaywe United under one flag and" i -

stand upon the brink of anew marching side by side against There has been a dispositionto Do Wot Be Deceived.

In summing up the results. era of progress and civliza- I a common foe ; while the soldiers discredit the patriotism and Do not endanger the life of your child by acceptinga
V
of a battle the loss of a few
tion such as even the greatest of the North anti South bravery of the Cubans, but cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you
hundred men is a matter of 1 it- I
minds of the age are unable to II do battle for our common country since the siege at Santiago was: (because he makes a few more pennies on ,it). the.. ingredients *
tie importance.butall important the civiliziaus home of which even he does not know. .
fathom, and political encoupmistatn ut commenced their services have .
to the poor fellows who have
:
t given up their lives.: Jr loss to foresee. Stable,, honor the day and the deeds been found to .be not only] valuable "The Kind You Have Always Bought" ,

us we have been in our institution which have prompted them to but indispensible. Give
BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF" -
The Lake Butler Bulletin and form of government offer up their lives upon the the Cubans proper encouragement -

:,:' and the Hampton Orau.e! Leaf since the 1 civil war, it was. no alter of their country. and they will. be found to .
..
>::. are thundering 'away on the hard task for those who are With a united ,nation the be brave, patriotic and excellent u "..

::" Court House question:; while ;able to reason:; from cause:: to effect South lias felt called upon more ] stayers. It is a notorious>

f,, the people l are probably doing : to prognosticate the future than ever tins year lo celebrate: I fact that the Spaniards both ., I : ,.

Itheir 1 own thinking and will l lit outcome of the South. Should l the day commemorative of the hate, and fear. the Cubans. Insist t on Having. / .

=.*. vote according to their' own she pursue ih&same. course AS abolition of'tile barbarous custom --'- *
j '
*' '". interests: Aug. 3Utlt. she has dime for the past gene i I of slavery and the manner Skin Diseases. The Kind That Never Failed You.'.',.:", : ,., ..

;",",' ation, but the war with a iu which 'she has responded is a tMC CEHTUH COMPANY.TT nu'NAY' rncrr.; H..YORK Cltw "

-: While the minds of the peo foreign i nation, in which the credit to the day and the country For the speedy and permanent cure of .'
\" pie are turned, for the time being : tetter, salt rheum and eczema Cham-
has been called to
South upon -
belain.s Eye and Skin Ointment FOR
upon Cuba and( Ilt! war the 1.I .
share her portion of the responsibility : The day was quietly observed without an equal. It relieves the Itching .
: home politicians have a great '
and smarting almost instantly and
.' p''f opportunity for ,the setting of has been an upheavalin in tarKe. Nearly ail the business its continued use effects a permanent FIRST-CLASS JOB PRINTING ..
: .. ..
uuder ionnd wiresithout her houses closed and although cure. It also cures itch, barber's itch .
being political and ::; were '
economy,
scald head, pore nipples itching piles, BRINFLORIDA: o YOU: WORK TO THE FI-'IOK OI THE
suspected, and We' shall has put the Sages to guessing there were no public chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and '

'II ; probably witness some surprises as to what the outcome might demonstrations the hearts:: ol granulated lids. ?nr\VEEKIY3 AT-
in about- election ;
politics be. In the unity of North. and the people went, out in sympathy IhTadr'a Condition Powders for ,
time. horses are the best tonic, blood purifier III"
South. under one Hag, Mr. to tue suffering soldiers' in .. Rnd vermifu Price, 25'cents. Sold by -

I t The condition of the crops (Brady's dream of a. New South .Cuba and swelled with pride in -'-. WE PRINT p .

throughout the State owing to ,has been fully realized, brought honor to the nation's flag and J. F, P. MoMUEET' CARDS, TAGS,

\ long continued drouth is almost about with the war with :Spain, her growing greatness. DEALERINFANCY CHECKS, "fW; LABELS,

,t_ distressing.!: In a considerable hut the new era upon which\ we Deafness Camrjt be Curedby GROCERIES TICKETS, : BLANKS, ., i
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are about to enter never entered .. ENVELOPES '; CIHCULRg
portion of the State have ;
crops ,,local application, as Lhey'ca....- .
...been entirely distroyed while 1 into his. cOllte !ilatiou. nut reach Life Uiaeused! 'portion BILL III aka. STATElEr\T .
I
1 -; .' every section;has suffered sever- : \Ve are about to enter upon the of.. the ear. Tn-jre is only rue: way KEEP- _NOTE. HEADS, \\f\,, LETTER HEADS; ,
Tie Best and Freshest Stoei to .TownTRY W
', ly. Crop productions will be most; prosperous period= in. the to cure deafueds: and that is by ETC., ETC., ETC.V ."' .

'.',as small this year as any of 'Sout'a's: history. The removal constitutional remedies.:: .- Deafness ME.- .. \ .," tJ

t recent years. of ,the Cotton Mills to the is caused by an inflamed condition ; MENTIOFf THC IMPORTANT .. 5. ""
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cotton fields has already begun, ut' the mucous lining of the EDWARD MIDDLETON, //Skilled' Printers, };. :( :: 6

The Court House CampaignI1rogl'eS8 and Northern Capital is fast EiiHtachiam! Tube. When this Successor: to Andre ws&Mlddlcaoa.PROPRIETOR / -;, .' .-

:'bllt iris doubtful if seeking investments in the tuba geld inflamed you' have a R3BPISITES.Good I. Paper, .' ..., : i t,...

such public meetings is, those South, realizing the great :;d rumbling sound or imperfect OP -TO- ::$!j I PressesInlc. ..: '.,;'..I', "

being: held in the (County! will vr.ntagrf offered for investment*. hearing and when it is entirely Starke Livery Feed and Sale :
,
GOOD :
": .enhance. the prospects of either. War with a foreign country closed dealiifss IS the result, an! *, WORK.tT.YlC.: \ :',:,,, c'.; .' T TL _

''. I unless the inflammation can betaken STABLES.NEff d -
Butler.
.Starke Luke. The in
or : will new industries .
open up
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out and this tube restoredto
vilification of each, of their opponents and broaden our commerce as \\ J
)
its normal condition, hearingwill AM SECCM-HJW3! : SVSSIE3:: [( TERMS : ;
.' and the mud-slinging has never been thought of in be destroyed forever; nine Afa; H.\ifES3! fOB SUE. II 8TRI5TU' CASH. Its

that is being indulged in by time of peace. The fertility of cases out of ten are caused by catarrh '- _.- SSS: WE HAVE ALL THESE. SSS: -11.

speakers and certain newspapers ;- her soils. ; the boundless, resources whicu is nothing but an i iu-
We Solicit Trial Order. Guaranteed.
., is scarcely' creditable to that t 'she has to offer in ft"am td cunilitiou of the mucous a Satisfaction
.J; the authors and i is adding THEYORLD Offico ia Pcstoffice; Building. Call and. 833 ffa
V ;: *.very nil branches of trade gives us surfaces.We NEW \/ 1 ,
,., little to the good of the cause. confidence in predicting for the will give One Hundred Dollars -

j" The conduct of the camP-,i gn South,when the war with Spain for any case of Deafness THRIOE-A-WEEK EDITION. DO YOU WRITE 1 .

)should be pitched upon a higher shall have ended an era of, (caused by catarrh) that cannot 1Jj": SO WKIE RIGHT.

plane and be conducted with prosperity and a advancement be cured by Hali'a Catarrh Cure..- E' ... "

", decency and decorum ; giving all the branches of civilizationand Send for circulars, free.JV 18 Pages Week ;:.:t.",: ." .1,.<..

;? J. CHENEY & co., Toledo, 0. .
the ,
and the facts to
arguments 'progress such as not even' 153; Papers Year ..
Sold by Druggists! 75o.Hall's .
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the public leaving to the the South has knmvn.before.
Family Pills are the best r .
,
r- -individual to make up his own We, are glad that under the V FOR ONE '

.w mind calmly and dispashionate-: Stars and Stripes the North CALL pita COUiWY; COX- DDOLTthJLay ItS _.. .... ,

: ly, and to vote honestly and in- and South are once more a YENTIalL Polished every .r"j/,' .... v

q '. telligently according to the united. country't but we believe The Democratic party of The Thai'ice-a-Week l Editionof ow.""..._'.',.. .r........ .,..

2 lights before him. that. time, will show] that in resources Bradford county will hold a TIlE NKW; YORK WOULD is '- '-.. .- -
.
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first all ) :,
...... and development] no county convention at Starke, among \veekly" papers .. ; '
,
The taking of Santiago in size of : '
: by frequency pub-
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I
country on the face; of the globe l Fla., on Wednesday, July 13th, .'f''.
Shatter and the destruction of lication, and the freshness, "
offerssuch advantages, and that,1898 at U o'clock a. tn.' for
'Cervera's: fleet by Sampson has accuracy and variety of its I am Sub-Agent for llradfolnUt! Surrounding
the,, section South of Mason ana the following purposes : contents. It, has all the merits l'::
Counties.for this Gel8brated
the >
constdersibly simplified war t-
Dixon's_ line should, and of To select six delegates] to the of a great $6 daily at the price "
:
situation. It only remains to of dollar ) Its Typewriter.Can't > .
right ought to remain the State convention to be held at a weekly. political ."
: take and drive theSpaniards I "
Hiivaana news is prompt, complete
grandest section ,of this oar Orlando; Fla., on August 3,
'- ; out of Cuba, which common accurate and impartial as all its : I Sell Yon Ono ? T. R. .HODGES;
t : country-the South. 1898. readers will It.is I --
5s an easy task compared testify. SUB-AGENT.
To select seven delegates l to the I
I against monopolies and for
,,with. that of dislodging the Educate: Yoar Ititwel With C-"retA. I --- r
: Candy CaLli.""". turn(Wnllt.lpnun'fQree'r. the congressional convention to the people.It [ -
enemy at Santiago, just ac 1 lOc.33o. It C.C._. C.rail.Uruesisi: refund ouey. "
v I the of all the Y
J5'
,. I i ,be held at DeLand, Fla., on prints news !-rrYfYnrryVYVrr-rrf" .
the American '
"t complished, by : world having'special :; '
,
correspondence '
'
rK 'soldiers. The turn affairs may :; This J>ei gD'" off. year in July The] 20 different, 1898. districts in the from all important ;i. ARE YOU A COWARD ?: :=

r take in to the national news points on the globe. It,
0 'II respect powersof politics, nothing except ) bc--E
this miy'seem to
county will be entitled to the i At first sfO'ht
Europe are not yet exactly local.. issues are cutting ,any has brilliant. illustrations, i{ I i : I1 b an impudent ques-.
following ,number. of delegates. : t!: a ''ji s"( tlon.We are told however by the amons author, .
.. .' ...spig.r ent. ,With no outside. iisrniv.. Most of the States District No. 1. Lawtey 5 stories by great authors, a capi ..' ''il Disraeli,that any mae is a coward even in spite of'-

.. interference Spain will be t'hat11t\"e held their cony' editions! : .. 2. Lake Butler 20 tal; humor page, complete mar I )3' I himself if his garments are!fitting! or in a:slab.--E
condition. 11 roo.wish to enjoy the. bnVay ,,
by
:
,iforccd to capitulate! iji ;V.cpniparatively have reaffirmed;: >d the .princi ult-st, 3. Palestine .. ".. 2 kets,departments for the household l I.J J e t I. of elegant: attire you should order ,out" Suits. := '

t :,' short time;: hnt'with *et forth in the Chicago plat- 44 4. I'roviileuce 5 and women's work and :I.: ... '' t.- and Overco&ts- ;

( ., ;.increasing fear: of t'he for !igapovrer8 t foi-ai simply ag a- matter' of ,"at &6.. St Piue rke Hill 20 4 other special departments of I \\1 i, URN &' 00a, -
tI '
J --' :;, of. .America getting a ,form;. without, any iatentum of 7.-Ba&ml ton 7 I nniisnal interest. I It ft i THE GREAT CK1CABO MERCHANT TAILORS. .'
: .'afoot hon tte' Eagc is strict udliHrance to 61 8. a \Ye: 'offer this unequaled 7" '! Who for :0 years hare Ud all rivalry in Custom _'
r : :. t, ,n.v: 4 them.Vth .!f Tailoring and DeTer: fsilcd-ta 'tease in( Miteriil.,

.. ..":".,,. ".,JheliroR," tr>icr;>nhu'Qcrniany. ,. ) the warm ira;'res3 the J. L. HILL, Ch'n newspaper{ and THE FLOEIOAVUKKLY : i i,'PI'" I I. Siyleor! Worfcnicshiy.*' A' 'IIO+ h"suit wT4 cost'
I Ik ,.._.... yogi less than the !kind cf.b1.r:i='J tkafc nu1tSI
!1; Pranceand Austia G: W. ALDERMAN, Se'ty.O..S'I'OD.A. \ 'ADVOCATE togetherone ,
; jealous of coking c.'nH?'tigt i iikel 1y-.to 1 bi; I );D: Y- mea cowardlyEvery Festere Quaractficd. '

!: the growing greatness of the l:; very tame nfTdirbaseaupon a : .. year for'$1.50.! I I! \-7'.' 300. ,Pottcrss to Ctoosa trcm. ":-

# Unit-od.States inay be expected !hotce i of :mien rather,than rccnsIt !g.571: 00 TIa,Kisd YM Hag! Aten: -EagiJ-- The regular subscription JIt'" '.,. C1LL 99 .'. -. r.

'. '" .t. to iutered;.,.iti behulf of Spa i : n.m .,j.I -. .i.urea. oJ. t Sipmre I ,, :t".t.c price" fa the'taro pspers js.$2..00. L \ w_ O'I_ rJ sI / '"' t ; ..\
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1 I will beysay: ing in GANDY"__ : '
J' .cINTllL
_,. Mas. C. A WILLS, i iMItS. answer to some unfriendlywight CATHARTICCURECONSTIPATION : ELORID g PEHI1SULARR1tle } : .

A. THOMAS. y4llto1t.* vexed 'because h& cannot .
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i get his dram, ';\ hundred ( I, Florida and Horte. ; Air LIne and Florida frank LIne. '
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< WJiat we sow : yeans ago a man jiamcii Neal. A Ll
t ; : TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 10, 1898. _
"' 'YJ surely grow, Dow came to these= parts, s '
r.. T?.O" ,h thfl hn f't.m3Y t.e 8!ew,.
i Who does notbelicyo tim- **
SW 31 37 D
.. It maybe Dlilly .
.. ItOHTBSHN P01XTB.l
;: Dally
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In Canada Dolly500p Oaily DaUy ray
some loyal Voice
\\c shall) bee: .

in I, will give the explanationA\ ..... 800E. 7 OOpLv., .. Jacksonville....Ar .. 11n..0
FruUn&
Q7. + eternity, 'JOe .. 64P.,.. 9i2a. .. 74: Lv. ..... Yutee. ...Ar. b3la 8 7t: ..... '
.1''t>*m some deed : hundred years ago Letitis. t ALL ... 62u 9JQa .. 915p Ar.. .. Ferniad na.. Lr. .. ... 700p45p 8 .,.. .
: 25c 5& 74.SJ, .. KMia ,. :+ y ... .Everett. ..,Ar..Cotuiutis.S. ,.. ,. 5 C ......
:j .- 'DrOI'I)!.d'iJk; se.'J.t r maIls came to these parts? JDRUG&BTSLnwtey .. b ,. 4r: +p .. '" .?.BrUD.w1Clr .,:Lv.: .. 540p447p .. ....
For tHUt that waa'In ...." ... 120ip6l5p ? ilk .. Savaanua...... .. 3 ... "'
a need J J comradesHl.r b'liild- .. .. .,
4 Verily GUOIIu ,. .J133p iv Satannuh..Ar sttkt 850k
.. I ............. 9 1tAr..Fairtax.S.C..Lv ..... 5 ah. 2 440.Sip .. .....
I ihg better than w+- know.. It LEJ.\4: : jzS P:1: ? .. I0 4.iL :40t, ...... .,De nra: k.S. G.. .. ...311a 4 Oily 134 .. ....
A Message From the Sill r- ... .. 93t .. '' ..... trsataG1.: .. bY,4, ....,. ...... ,
r is a holy thing this .influence 4 u p .. 245 ... .C... ** ...... :: ..... USSa817k ...... .
eons. ,, .... Spartauturp, S,CX..Asteville. .' oWpSl .. .. .
that reaches on and info( a. ., N. O... ..... .... .
THe United States Array away Flair ... ..CUttrloUeN. C... .... poi p ......9 :..,. .'
illimitable distance; this corning 93ip ..SOi ibury. IIMX.bftnvile.Ta. ...8 ...... ,...... .
Surgeons have .done a kindness j... :'. I045 ...2 11 ".Grtnxt.a 1. N, C-* ..... ......70 6 R ....., ..
to be out of the wheels ... UMpl&U ,. .. ..... ..72/ ......55&f:4 ...... ..
: to the boys of this coun LIVERY MD FEED STABLES. ...... ...... ..... ,, ....Kiobtnond. Va... ....... : .....1210 ........
of Goil. For it is said,, 'The .. iUp ...Lynchhur. Va... ..... 3 rap ..... 340i...... .
try.. They have told tilt ..... 4tp ..Cbarlotte.sville... ...... 213 ..... I5S. ... ...
wheels are full of eyes, 'and + :. .. '*.. .Washington. ......1115< ... ... 1043ft ? .
newspapers: reporters the reiiSOIMVJI .. .112St. ". ......r aITinv>re ..J" ...... 942720a. ...... 920J430J ..... .
o these eyes areon us when we [ .:Finest Turnouts in the City. .. .. I 53a.. .. -JoOa ...Pbiladephla.... ........ 655t .... .
/ S.) many: uppliciinlt> .. .. ........ .,-.t. ,.. fewYo.k... .. .. ..,..15... ..... .
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;{iiow iv'not; they see us: when, Po.Tfvi J M 9- ....: .
fur inlistment havo been rejected .Drummers' TeaJl1s'on Short Mice Draying i a Specialty. ...., .
we walk .and when we sleep.. \a."tL' .s. K... SOUTH AND WK3X N08. N.,8 -
during the lust, month. f r Iz,Dom, n-oniDA AXD snswORIXANIU. ; 7&14 S 81 10
Macoa. At ants, Dully Dally Dally
Iii .the war of 1861the rejec- Prompt attention given to all orders. Chattanooga; Cincinnati ji j-
: 3 i ChlCAKO. Si ; ... i Lv..Fcrnandlna..Ar. ...... 8204I5p
ions_ were about thirteen Millions Given Aw y. S'd Toledo. Detroit. .. .Hi. .1}+ 9 lla Lv.. C ill u baa ...-Ar SfOp
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percent 5 ---
Cleveland. Louis 0JCp eialLv Jaclcsonvine..Ar 7tia S05p

of the applicants ; "tin's i It certainly gratifying to the W.. f ....5__ _.....J"I: ;T_ _e 0 i IE. vWe.and.St.Louli.M: M Z 1159p1I104a:03:>)), 955a Ar......Baldwin.Starke.IOu,..Lv tiara l17p

year in some localities:: it is public to know of one concern, u: o,PJa 2'O)p v....J actw.ni.1d..Ar.! S ;5 1 .. "... ..." .... ,
IS 11 or
TTs' Ar..Everett.Lv.. :530'> 41' Gainesville a
thirty-nine per cent :; the land who nre not afraid: jo be I E. W..DIXON SON' D .<440p410i B25p .. ......Macon. .. .. .. lCOT .. 118Ma ". .:Cedar Key. .... ...... 79n&
O 745p 7l5a.Atlanta.... .. 813;' :! I .Is 15p204aU)5p ."...llawihorne ... 330a Itrp
The caU13e. of this: large in- generous to the,,needy and suffer; < tOOOp 750aLT......Atlanta..Ar. *05illOl ; () : ; .n_. Citra........ 2Ma t243p
U 2n 8 40: 100.0: ,.Chattanooga..L>\ : '! ..... 12?!' ".Silver Springs.." ...... ..t..;
crease iu weakness among the ing. The proprietors of Dr. King'c L GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS( _73UI[. 7&L ...Cl1cinn'U... -OOj 830.::([ .25.\11. It lp "...?. OcAla....." IMa' 11C9&10N7a
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ASHEViLLJeilGUViu.Pullman ;. 4 J0a| :! -.lp "....vVlidWMod...." 2 ax.
-young men is stated emphatically Now Discover}* for Consumption. : S3a. 31.1 -,... I eexbtttif., ..," 1040P 10 15.
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N c 190 and- 190} Duane St., New York.Southern p. Sleeper between Jac&oarille.. 6 !\>"*! 3 43p ".... ,Tavares...... 935p 84Q.
to be the smoking ot Coughs and Colds, have given cwnati and Cbica rt---- c:: ..,. IIliJall ..
.JaeZ.sunvthe..Ar :17p:; 53.p "V.Winter rk. -.u. 800
cigarettes. The physicians! away over ten milliun trial bqttletuf LJc : : ; ..v..". .... Sarannab..Ar I :lOaai lbi 33r" .., St. Catherine." 10&.a 10025,42.arAr.Cuumbia
; FI1litspft Vegetables' a Specialty.We nn ... L *1247aaO tp .\! 35Yp..Lacoocboe.:.- 1029 940
tell us that this iiahit has this great medicine; and have : Il2aarAr...... Sp ttaab\lr'........Lv 50)+'pr (,Ta H ,p "... Dade City..." 10 O!&& 922A.
Peaches 12 4-pmAr..H ..d.rfom\1ile..L" 3COpn: ".... ...." ; 8SS
Slake a S eciat Stwncberries and 501p83t Plant Cu* 850p
weakened the action of the the satisfaction of knowing it has ua Throughout the Entire fvni -i I45ptnAr..Ahville ...... ..Lv. OOpm )> SOup "... ..Tampa.. ..?.. 730p: 73,3
:> 3 S2pm Ar.......Hot Spring..L.! II 46aci
heart or seriously diminishedthe absolutely cur d thousands of :: 7pmAr..KnoaYLLO.! ., .. ..l.v 603atn453.m:1r..Lexingtun..Lt
<: RKFKRBXCE.: -Irving Xaiioual Batik, XtwYurkt ami Commer CDn : '1045ptt.) ONLY TnitOCOH PULLMAN SLEEPUt
Bronchitis .. 74.J..mIAr..CmctlJoBlt..L\ SIIe) u
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general vitality in nine hopeless cases. Asthma cc: cial.Agt ttcie -
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8 30am Lv : (;luciunllotl..A 6 UO:.tu
G out of every tenyoun gmen who !:, Hoarseness and all diseases of to CxT TE: FOZ ET. 2rca: rr"S' 6PS >rTC CO :545putAr.) ..... .. .Big.Chicago..Lv. Four. \9Wau' BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE

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.. have come under the --power the Throat, Cheat and Lungs ar- 83uiffi'i.Y..., .....Cincinnati..., ....A.v..pm NEW ORLEANS.No.22.Nu. .
a ........ Lv S:30arrMow
Ar..Chicago.
A. JOHNS 400pm
of the cigarette habit. surely cured l IIY it. Call on J. L. b, ... j 'x\Route,

..,.......CiRcmatl..... Art} OOt'D! 2 wi 1'fftf: DIVIKIOM I No. t
VUOamjLv.ftOwptu
:..' It is also: stated that outsideof Oilskins, Dru,;ist ; fUrf"gp.triuJ Ar.ST. .. ._......Chicago.. .....-. ...LvlOCJamPennsylvania. Dailp1Dally!! aAUruwuttLaAr6!: : DaHy418p

the class:: of cigarette smoit'rs bottle free. Regular size 50c.; :and FLA.ld i ..1.OU1S.1XU1SV1LTEJACKSONV1LLENo:: : | 51P: i iTO ,-q::2...;! Lv.. Jl\c -sunvtUe.. Ar-A52p! -.....

.. ., ( the( rejections aro fewer I $1. Every bottle guaranteed. or _Nti3'r'n8_-. 33 No:?. !'I l-'S-jp) L'1'U2o1.\r..LnktlClty..Lv!.12."Jp ......Live Oak....." 4Mp ::::...'.
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than usual. Taut is, the eri- price refunded.tTTI2.TIOiir. I 800. 7 30p !.Jaclt-onville ..A r 8i5aliiiOr A4ij 12201',1041. .: '.." ?JonUct MadLson.=Uo...." 3 I&.p: p ....--
1\1':1 .
oral l health I !018f. 9:5 |"Ar..Eervett..Li........ .. ....... I 53011' 8 30:1 1...H.O.t 3 20p "..Tallahassee.Qulncy .. .. :. l 1Sp ......
of the Produce Flc. 4401 -I toy .Uiicon
nation shows
.: Country ".. ...... ......
:' 427p
74-;}. 715a' ....._.Atlanta.: : ....... 81 tSj' s sop 18:5 .. :. .......
4153} J .....ChuttanoogaLcxmxtoj ..... 3000i( &15p -.F.lverJunctfon.
OOp"
in TOBACCO
improvement other .
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respects. < ...... ...... 0011..11V I224p.. -
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S.lOa 450.) ;
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'. Under this does GRO\\1 El.tS. When in want of Good Goods-at Reasonable Prices 7 50p 15ou.IJOut"vll1.; ..... 747403..t: ; .Itlobile. ..
it
( showing( : give me a 7UU.6' .':. ...St Louis.:...,_.' 7&C :)15 ... .. ".. nl.. ..,...

not appear a duty to eschew Call.' I will make it to your advantage.A .

the usa of the cigarette? It is The,, Plant rsieci Has Es- .. SLEEPING CAB SEUVICE. .

worse than tobacco) because tabl ishcd a Tobacco De Clever Trick. IIA1LUOADS.F. Nos.Sieeper 35: and via 36 AatevUle.N Fast. Ma.!!. Sleepers! between New Vorlc.aad Jacksonville and the Cincinnati :

.. of deleterious! jn!J retiionts suchi3 } U'hllellt. '. 37 aud: 3H carry through Sleepers between Jacksonville and New York In connection
: -" ; itRecognizing It certainly looks 'iike it,' bus with: 8 and U auil 7 and.14 with Pullm: a Sleepers between Jaelcsoavllle: an<\Tampa. -
; arsenic which are incorporuleil ui ft P. SHORTLI1 No 3d carries tiirou:;h Sleeper betweea Jaulttoaviile naU Chattaaooffa.: Same returns by
there is really no trick about _it Xo.33 Jacksonville. Slseper between. Atlanta and Cinciontt.il.Clone .
J ( into the cigarette conueciion* ai Ciaciouuit.. sal.LouU and Kansas City for all point West and South.Nos. .
wrapers. { t the growing Anybody can try it who haa Lam 1 and 2 carry the JackunviUe--New Qrleaa* Sleeper.tDally : .
]> But whatever theUe NORTH EAST WEST : except Suoda,. 'Ij.iily: except Saturday and Sunday. IThls train does not ra.
r importance of the large tobacco Buck and Weak Kidneys Malaria Monday. ISuudisy and Monday oaly. ;uoanectIoo$ at Tampa. for Sr. Peteniburr. Manatee.
(;f the injury the conclusion Uiver and ky: West and liavaua steamers Steamer Manatee, for all polatt on Manatee
.', growing industry in Florida, or nervous troubles. -We meai.he DEFifiltEFS AND JEtlVM CF tRAIN river. At Slurke for LaCro.e. At Waldo steameror r.1\1ro*oe. Conniots at TmUaektse
f i is irrefutable.' As soon: ids itfo i fur Carrabelte. St. Mirts. and Apalacbacola.. Coanects at laver Junction for Gb.a."tkl.ooobe
"- and realizing the many' disadvantages cnn cnre himself right sway by" River steamer. Coacects at OojJa for Homosa. sa. Coanecu at 1' rna>ldin. for Cumber ...
ii tlemunstrated/ l that) indulgviicg STARE FL.A.NO. hoLd Route Steamer to the 1-Juud gnu Brunswick.
any ;: under which the. taking Electric Bitters/ This medicine All bn :age will be checked from Colon(;spot. Tickets wW still be sold at the city Uekn
is injurious to health I II 10.dauy Iravei S.17 p. m.. for all oOSce, iO:Bo Street as! welt' ** at the Union Dipo;ticket Ofice.K. .
. ordinary fanner labors' ill tones up the whole system piuiitsNoita went. md, to life, then the sixth Livei with through sleeper fur New Yurk Tic.etg! -.t 202< Wi\: Buy St., corner Hogan Jit-kaonville, Kla.
how to tobacco stimulant to the
learning grow acts as a Cincinnati aud all lilerniediale points.
cdmnuinJmi'iit! calls for its dis- :I NO. 14, leave 3Z: a. m.- daily for same WALTER G. COLEM.AN, General Triiveliiig Agent, Jacksonville.'
\I'; President II. 1 13. Plant has established and Kidneys, is a blood purifier poiuis iikjncd above, currying through sleeper A. O. MucDONNELL, OeD Paes. Ageut. .
i#: continuance. I "Tampa r.nd intermediate point to. New York.
: ; : -' a tobacco depart tnent.s and nerve tonic. It cures Constipation connecting at. Jacksonville with trains from .t.
And our own interests callfor -1' Hacon. Atlanta Chattanooga. and (41 point
tax From this department farn Headache, Fainting Spells. north and west. &!., with trains for west
; : it I less. The :Florid .-Pen acola. M jbUe.New
no young Orleans Tex
ers along the line of the Sleeplessness! and Mulancholly.! It as. Mexico! and Caliiornla point. JL Southern :
I man who h is undermined NO. 13 leaves with connection
.
Plant System:: will be suppliedfree is purey-v) (' etnhle, a mild laxative : from nil puibta dlvlp.ns Throuca sleep'r
r:l his: constitution] : in J'f iuthfuldays from New-York. ... ,
"' of all charge, all and complete and restores the system to its NO. 9 leaves 1t4a.In.! ( with through sleep-' r D I
:i 0 cannot expect"to bo successful ei connections from all points north west. and al way.AB31I .
information as to the natural vigor. Try Electric Bitters all points iu the. ktate.. R'
1 :: and prosperous in busi i'ncss. i- For the beat map of the state, sleeper or
: best methods of growing, Curing and be convinced that theyarc other information. call OP ",. _* he .
By such indulgence D.GREEN,Agent :
' and handling cigar tobacco. a miracle, worker. Every bottle I Starke1Yia..
is courting fJ.ilurc.-Uhristiah Nl S.Penninstoa. T. M.
,..-.- Observer. The tobacco; department guaranteed. Only 50 cents o A.:.D. MacDoneU. G. P. A.vJacksonville ti.in04GII; :DBAWCf ROOK CARS :DIiniTO CAB3TSOBOUOHTABS '
: Fla.
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:' will be maintained at Fort bottle at J. J / Glsldns': Drug COACHES, VESTIBUL2D TBAI2I3. ..

f'_ Lives That Live On. Meade, and Mr. Kline O. Varn Store. The A. S R. & 6. R. B. L' .

will have charge of the work EAST AND WE5T.
':' ::: Miss FnnCe3Villard, con- Subscribe for the ADVOCATEand NORTH,
tobacco
as special agent. The Departure and Arrival of Trains.
MOVHM MWBVMH MMM***
eluded her biennial address at I best quality of seed will be get the latest war news. BETWEEN FLORIDA AND THE EAST.

the recent convention of theVorld's supplied to the farmer and Only one dollar per annum.Ducklen1 STARKE,FLORIDA. TWO DAILY TRAINS
NO 1 dully leaves 7 a. m. for LaCrosse.
W. C.1'. U. as follows: : facility offered to enable Drinking and Intermediate. points. ThU train Washington end Southwestern Limited. ,
every .
conuects with the G. S. &F. at Sampson
"One day a young noble- them to grow the highest:; possible (I t.et3' d Junction points. for fuLttka. Macon and latermedlate. And the United States fait Mall.C \ .

;; .: : man on horseback rode impatiently grade uf tobacco. 1ll : NO- 3 Satnr ays and Sundays only.' Leaves .

':, -- a ". up and l down the streets: The supply of tobacco ,from (@}) !).t J:4 w 5-.au iatepointsconnecting. p. m. for LaCro+ae,at Brinkly Sampson and intermed-Junction. ::? 21 'EOmS JAOI30S7ILLH TO RLSHINOTO'L .

of a village in Cornwall. He Cuba has been exhausted and O Irl :: t mo for NO-Palatka.S- second Macon class.and Leaves Intermediate Starke points.4:X) a.m- ONLY 27 HOURS JiOJUOUVILLB: 13 HEW Y02&

.'- 't was seeking for a public (house 1 manufacturers who 12 monthsago r L) J4 .g point-for LaCros.se.ThLi train BrtnVley is dally except and Intermediate Sunda -
: eia w C-J cd NO. 2- arrive at Starke 12:1. p. m.daily.NO Load itnmtod Train mmiwwwit of Lat.st Imotvr Pullman 1-t'1"r Rar. a4 Hold TUtf
where he could get a glass of scorned to even look at 1\( ... e-i ,- 4. Arrives at Starke at ft-JOp. m. Satur. taj CAT tbrongh wlthoat' ehaar* to W.Aingrne.bead&cur..
... ... 00lD dav" and Sundays: only. fMlfctaiyhla,5f York aod the CxO.
\11 mr
,
that which G: ;
concerning our Florida( tobacco, are now gladly NO (. second class, arrives at Starke.5:30 p.
Irl m. Daily except Sunday.
;,j. Shakespeare said!, 'Alas, that. it. As a result
buying .. GEO.TOMPSETT.Oen.Snpt.
BE-
;; _c x rt7 ---4 4sir Starke Fla. THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING-ROOM SLEEPING. CARS

.. men should put an enemy hi. prices are steadily advancing, tq S .0 ARTHUR.1EI;S.Gen..Mar.Jacksonville. TWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND NASHVILLE. .

.. their mouths to steal ,away and as.it will be several yearsbefore -:: T Fla. ,

t.! their brains.' But his search Cuba has a crop in the I < Z r' i GAINESVILLE & GULF RAILROAD CO. i1nb-- 5en! : Cars Dally Jacksonville to

was in vain, and coming upon market, it will' pay every: farmer .c.. --.::-: (12lA TIME CARD NO.25. Cincinnati, vla-AshevIlIe, Tbreazh Us*

r: . -a white-haired peasant on his to plant tobacco this: fall. uf 0--: .In eSect.on and after Nov.7. LAND OP THE SKY.M

e+J way home after a day of toil, Every farmer should write :Mr. a iii: (}) .' ;: <"""r-; Daily No. 1.es.lJan No>.!,3.. STATIONS. DaUyeL Uo.* Daily.No. <4< .

.:: 0r Sunday. Sunday. r",4etaetlt!b!.tma t.',' M to n4.. .t+b.dttk+ aie ntng w rsa.rntlen &, s,p!7. Yes
said with rising .I.rl
the young man : : Varn at once for full information 0 U.igt elf td* uvIz.Ra RAILWAY er Iu gon.eti Lv. Lv. Ar. Ar.
:j.U am. pm. ana. pm.
r P1uc1 i .
; anger, \Vhy i iy it that I before making their; seedbeds : .720 300t..Galnesvlle..It00( 7007Z7 '
". ? (m = < :; : I"'. S 10 t....Minnie Hill.... 1058 653 L.A. 8HIPHA3, ff.crtd F.ML bat 11J West By Street JMhm\.,ThJ. /
cannot get a ghiss of liquor in whether have OOott 730 31St..Cannon' xinff. 1054 650
they
grown t 4> c: 735 .3201. .Rocky Point.. 1060 64S If. GULP. V. A. TURr, S. H. JJ1RDWlox,
,: this wretched village The 750 3 35 f.... Wacahoota. 1040 C30
He will take
tobacco or not. 800 S5t..Flewellena. 620 Tta JU&Pz! 01.11. r.M Jl it..' A t.O.u?.M.AcU
old man recognized to whom t 806 :S 50t..Clystt's..1028. 6 IS -WMI a vrawailtn&. a a AUaa"'G?
; pleasure in answering: all questions 0 Ltl" .810 35i....,Kirkwood.... 1010 810 May 2, J89t-

f ;. h:. 'he was to speak, and taking asked by those interested ::=:. HO ; rJ 815 817 4 4031 00 t.....,....,Taeoma Elmore...........1005 1000 605 600 -- __ __.. ._ ._ ,._ or- .0 _

',;' 'a't off his cap, made his humble with information. c.C'O.',. 820 410f... Taylor's..... 965 &U
practical .
p ,r. ...-ca.O ;;:82S" 413t..Mlcanopy<< .... 'M 550
;' : ", obebance, and replied, 'My q. ..., S35 425f..Tusoswilla946: 543 THE POMONA NURSERIES
.
: 18 37 <4<30 t.Lake Simon I on. 9 J'j k 40
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':. lord, about a hundred years:: n : y a '18 42 435W.. ..HiCkmaa..... 030 .35 HEW I
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Our baby has been continually UlJ _pciId : ::: ...- 847 440 t..SOutlw1de.... 925 5 SO CATA1898 ,
;! r. ago a man named John \Ve ". -IS. eJIJ. 853 4ttt..Dunparv n.... 920 525
x troubled with colic and cholera: h.. r"\. tD <:1.< ..... .... go: 600t..Irvine..... 910 615 WILL BE:K&i DY TO HAIL IHOe oCTO EL
"- ley came to these parts'and; ......, II >. o "" .Fort Draae.... .... .:..
., the old J'n. fan turn eince his birth, and all GHQ.. Ar.im. Arpm. Lr.am. Lv.pm part write M fn.** .! car ry e.ta
peasant walked : telegraph statloaxf. '
; could do for him did not 9: L ys flap statlrws.J. kgat: "ownl you} *seaesd..e.c.py.f rotesinalt.l4.r
that wu 0 Ca .to,et. J bad a eO 7.Mot
..: ,'A hundred years/ and ,he s F. BUNCH.Gea.Pass. Agent. bs'e ..1Id it. I hd ... many h\lriltt.c
.
!' was living still, that dauntles.*, stem to give more than temporary} I V.J. HERLOSG( Gen.Man.MEDICIL A thi;.7.**-* is It Ut I 4* v*wi.k to M wttb.at.

'- devoted disjipie of our Lord! relief, until we tried Chamber- Oar RW rM CaUtapK vW emUf kflTnrit a.PE.od .
,"'. "of tks sJ,7 atat.gv.baidtteaty
:'. Cornwall has never been,' the lain'a Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea a Arnica Salve. sew ..... laly J11..cnc.4 wt.! f.ey sew f
'" Tkwm. We Otter s fall A.e ,
same since John Wesley: went Remedy. Since giving that :reme- The Best Salve in the world fob >> eru.n..ITren..t..z:.<
b Oo hev : -
..., there to preach the Goaapel of dy he has not been troubled; We CnU, Braees'Sorer: Ulcers, Salt T IITMMTOR ( t THE GWFFING BROS. CO, i

'.. want to give this testimonial w T ... .
you ""at' JII..t N6
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Tetter
Sores
brain and
clear Fever Cfcai
< rated Rheum ,
a a cons /...f.r 5haw.u..... WK8SA W- IUCCDJ'1";a.a.
:\\ -. as an evidence of our gratitude, .. a .. T _____. r r.. r.& ..... T .. T t
: "i heart :pod, Hands, ,Chilblains, Corns, :and 'TRIILTo 1 :

: :::1 not that.you need it to advertise and sitive'lyurci
:: Of whom will sue great all Skin Eruptions, -JOB PRINTINGBring -
WE NO AGENTS
HAVE -
; ::3 words be spoken whet a century your rr.eritoriotis reme ,y.--G; M. : Piles, or no pay required. Iis Any Reliable Man. tut.hlp from ear ftecwy u
Law Kwkuk Iowa. Eor sale .ur.nu rpllae and ego saetb'e ed14r wb ..... j",.toau ntip any
ly
has passed in tUfose dear, ', guaranteed: to give perfect satisfaction !tIC rare power will assent Oft tdat, wusoat isy it to THE ADVOCATE office rbrt tvr exai&taaU.a: fttityt }
J. JL.Gaekins Druggist. fdnc4 "'yat est.tjr Ute tore.oat e PMr to tit* *tota.ar> U act uu ;
.." countries of t.heEngl 'h-speak.1 nr money zefanded. Price w ori tn Ute tr *tment ot mn w.ik,brokta.dl*> -
Ieaartxed' : from *ff et. of cxcami.* TT..oven.. WE CAN DO IT. f/. looeol
from whidfi most of I ;'wen.' bt. happy esarrf:nree.rd.a pWt.,... AS YOU WANT IT- e
I ing f"J.ce. 25 cent oai oox. teraswa or d.v.l5p+s ut cl.n ""at ecn,1Wteda.Th. tae 112
tIta.pti4
AYiio doubts Now is the time to subscribefor i .,t'.n. at CM. offer b Vrmd.,...Kn t'..O...D. WHEN YOU WANT IT 1 iV* .7 .....
have cornel < "144.
us ( : e n t!l0 9 5rte&| w" :

but that-in MaiD /some good I ;'the ADVOCATE '- i ik Store.For sale at J. L.' Gaaisa's.' Ding_.j .' );r.nJE gEDIGJil.-C1 ..'kIt'fC.; ST.. : ,, '-+.TRY ,VS. f42R._. _- t1.tlR.eB.el.tuA-o.> la ..,.,7'

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NEWSY.1 LOCAL 6LEAN1HGS.GATHEREblN ,, CDabr; BOARD- '..PRO. 'I. -,. PERSONAL. NOTES., ..u Cpbwelj JParty." .salaries ;and .bills ..was gone. Belle l and- MarshaiJ' CbJr;: r '. 1 l

..J. ,' I :L'CEEJJINGS, .- ,. '. "There was_ ,a prouj Don.from..Spn1'n''Vho The ,Cobweb? party given by through W!t1 :Messrs. M. H. MeLeod: Thos.' .,. ..; '

I watR told Jo Remember.the?,Maine I ;4irs: J..[..Alvarez'fcomplim en tary 'The board took np.t t the. equalization Proctor, Jpsie Townsend, Joe. /
.- ,. ,; to her cousin Miss'Callahan, ;6f tha tax: assessments,JColley and. Wiley ,; -
:
BORHOOD. :: jniet pursuant to adjourn-i nnt hink now they J l him tendedthe- pfcnic at Worthy,
tnent. L. W. Ilieklitur. And., from now on- in fl-11 'will. "re-. of Montgomery: Ala.last: Friday for 1899- and will be occupied :
: and
,trEKs-RSOHAl.. PERTINENT! &:PECUI, IA.L <3. W. Alderman.Minntes Present. ', : ma'iri.4'r < ,.-, '. '"" evt=:ningwas! ,,one of the perhaps Friday and Satur ington Sunday Saturday New, Zion.preachving !XU'r; '

-Quite a crowd attended a fish; { 'of -l last meeting- read, :Mrs." C,-Oat, ...is visiting friends, in most. novel and recherche af- ,day. .. '" report a nice time. ;, "'c

lake the Fourth. I and approved, i Quincy., '* fairs of the: sea son, most per- .. ; ,"
fry at Sampson on r J [ -. < ** .- LafeL tttfcr. \ '-
County'! Superintendents report.. Dr. E.A- Todd, of Lawteyvrair; in fectly'arrangedand! executed in ,
How about the young ,man (that '' ', ', Mr. R L. 0'I\.cUy"luada a : :
town Tuesday. -- allats details. CA-STORIAo
received. j' __
was '
,
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went a half mile to get a drink of I 'J flying trip to New River Saturday. o
Water Teachers were assigned to the i Mr.- .Vasco Alvarez, spent the Fourthin _Threads? of different: hues, For: Infants and Children. -, -.-... .

different schools as follows: Jacksonville. ,. with ,a,cob, attached to one end '--
Tea Kind You Have Bought
e.A.X-c R I... Brooklyn School, :Miss ,Fannie Mi$Q Alta"MorningstAr visited.Jack and.a spider 'to the other,.were Miss AdaFielding,- made i Always
t ;,W its 1thd( Yea Han Always! BmigjitBoy : "
8fpt.ht Y11 #" Crawford -- sonville-Monday. strung all over the house and pleasant trip to Laka City Bears 1110Slgaatnre .

fit :McKinney; School, J., J!.. York.. Mr. Joe DowJirig, made a visit,'to everything, and wound about Tuesday. ofPROFESSIONAL .. :
1 I
I Jacks inville Mondtiy.lin .
The Brown Shoes from [The Starke' (School, Prof. Hercules, and twisted in the most intri- Mr. John Tonilinsou of ..,' -
: Jerry Wills, spent the day in :.:
"VV" Ti Best G. F. Scott, First Assistant i ; Mn. cate manner. The object DIRECTORY,
Haynes Company. Jacksonville..on the Fourth. being Lake Park, is ,attending the .. c' d

in the world. Agatha Thomas, Second Assistant Dr. Gaskius made for_each,young man, assisted by Summer school in this place i i-: J,
proffsstonalvisit
and Miss Ellen Davis, Third Assistant Jacksonville: ; a a young lady, drawn by lot, : A.L.SCOTT..M.D., -/ .
A Few more of those shirt waist ? Tuesday.Hon. ;Miss Cora: Carver, is spending .

sets at reduced prices at Vanderbilt. School Belle Proctor E. P. Ward, of Ward City. to begin withthe; cob end of the a few days in the city this:: PHYSICIAN AND... ;:,SURGEONjjj'' ,:
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U. D. MINER'S.A ..I Assistant. was on] our streets Tuesday.Mr. .' thread and by following"it, week, the guest of her -aunt, -' S"\n-r., .F L..\. ,z :, .

Joe. Dowling, of the New River through all.its misty mazes and Lorena Epperson Office at Gaskia's Drug: tore. i':1f: or' ,
.
number of Starke's ,
citizens Bloxhain School, D. J, Shaw, ... ,' !:
section, was in town Tuesday. I windings, find the spider at- : .
Celebrated in Jacksonville on the Principal;;;Annie Cone, Assistant. }Y.e are having plenty of L. STEWART. M. n.. ,,,: > ""tiX .-
; Mr J. M. Wolfenden, Sampson's, tached to the other end,, and I E. :. ,. ..
Fourth. Sampson City School, R.A.-. mill man, was in the city Sunday.Mr. concealed somewhere: on the rain no\v-a-days, and pleasant 1 I -EYE, EA1O'lrY AKDSTAKIO THROAT. s ,.."j"..;:;..:;, J

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weather which the; ". .
Thomas. pleases
Waltham 17 Jewel Adjusted R, F. Ensey, of St Augustine, premises. ?, FLA, ':. f\. ""'.V':T''
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Gold Watch cheap at I Sapp School, A. S. Crews .was visiting. in the city :,unda.}:. Each entered with hearts of a great mall S O ieeat StarklJ gCo. ', =;" '. ,
couple .
Little "W. : ', -
School. :M. .?
U. D.MINER'S. Spring. .Mr.Cl.ud Alvarez and A. E. Wall, avidity the aparently Quite a number' of Lake 1'.;-T. .
upon -.V3- -
Griffis, Principal; Effie: Knight, of this pity, visited Ja onvill Mon ,tV. '0"
Quite a number of Starkeites Assistant.' day hopeless tusk set them, and I Butlers people ;attended the -- :', .
Attended the and : barbecue at Hampton Saturday rpnos. E.BUGO. .
barbecue -
picnic
after considerable
Prevatti;''School Retta Mansel, ? entanglement! .

At Hampton- .. Saturday... .. Highland.. School,. Jesse Lewis. Eev.appoiutdieut L. W. Kickliter, at Callahall'l'UIS filled his. 'regular : and uutauglemeut .of the .intricacies time, they report a. pleasant Attori!eYy and Comiselior. at Lawi: / 4STARKE -.'*

Don't forget that I sell the best Hampton 1. School, E. A. Kenedy, day..Mr known only to the slitter -, FLA' ,. VOfQco :.>:

and: ,Cheapest Kerosene Oil in Principal l;: Olive Ray, J Second As. Bud Turner, one of Ward City's and the :younpf' ladies who Miss Mary Permcnter, ono at Residence; ou Cherry Street, .-.t'. : -. '

Town., sistant.- ; pupular young men wag in town fixed them, ,it was announced of Lake Butler's charming 4-.. : ", ,.'".
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-."' ',>,"{ :> McHURRY.: Boat Drain School, Edgar' Thom Tuesday.Mr that Mr James Kickliter, andllllis young l ladies, left last Saturday F. LNsrr. ; '- .-of... .. ";(.':;. .
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.- f t.* -* ". as. J, B. Crews, one of Lake But Hackee had morning for several points. in R, CIVII.EKOINEER. r. "0-
Myrtle succeeded -
Quite &-.party of :young l ladies ler's prquilneutciiiz.us was -in .the "
> Sparkman School, Alice Jones'. in locating the a Si1 South Georgia COUNTY SURVEYOR. ,,
and gentlemen drove out to KingsJey city Tuesday,

FLake yesterday afternoon to Roberts School, ,Edith Moore. Mr. Felix Long, one of Starke'spopular der, and were: ; accordingly Misses. Grcndolen Rivers I Professloaa! Drawing. Blue Frintlnj. Fstltmates .
of work turakt *
on application.
'. : take a dip'in its refreshing waters. Gaskins School, James Dnbose.Rossicr young cittzeLlS'iiia: q "Jacksonville awarded, first ..prize.; Gentle- Mablo Odoin, Maud! Arnold, OfRce> oa CaU ;reet witb C L. I'eek. ..::,

!School, Bloxham Ward. Mouth Y. ";; mans prize ;SilVer.; !back .clothes ._ _7 '_- """""' ,"""" ..u7>!"""",, -.r 7 ...,...."._ _- __ ,- .
;- I am still hero,with a good stock Lawtey School, T. D. Gunter.
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Mr A. G. Levitt, of Sampson City, brush, Ladles'l 'ize ; Fan. :i
*f Fresh Groceries. Goods and Wliitehcad School J. 13. Crews. :, .
was registered at the New Commercial '
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Ten begun tile race for the. GREAT BARGAINS -
Prices guaranteed. Church School II, M. Hotel Sunday. I -
Hope '
McMURRY. booby, winch alter a "heated '; ft,
Kickliter. Prof. 'J. J. Young, the popular Ex- '
n. .. unraveling" of a short, time '
1: Copious rains this week have All l schools will be supplied withTeachers press man', of this place, spent.; the, lr1oJ -
wus successfully captured
Fourth'ju Jacksonville. by .
gladdened the hearts of', the.kickers 'although some of them NT. S. Hams, and AJisa Mary I
have been Mrs Wm Powell left "J'
and enlivened vegetation. not yet assigned.Bill yesterday'for PR1NT1-NG '
from W. W.Sapp for Clay Waldo utter spending a few days in -Uromghuoi.. Gentleman's prize 5 ... ,
They are in timo to be of inestimable F.
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Luis city, V iiiu= relative Cob Jrtpe, Ladle, Liliu'iigcfiuug .".-'
value to growing\ county pupils was laid over. .. .
crop '
.,... The proposition ,of E. B. Dees Mr L, V. Knight, one of'fntnlar) ::! a lu peanut. LETETRHEACSELLHE/.ES: [: ; ;. ,-.

A new "Old Glory" now floats' that the patrons of Boat Drain 1rumtueutbusliebsiCu, was in the Ligiu relresuments were thenserveil NOTE HEADS ENVELOPES .' .' ..,>'' : .. .
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city oii busiutjjjS: 1 uelua!: '. :-.5.:
from in front oft :
a new flag pole School would furnish boards(] sills consisting:; : of LsmonadejCT ; .p

the. Armory, erected by the patriotic and '.bloeks l 'a'.new-school: !houseif Air..Gardner Anthony, of this city. ,"ipe'"acul' Hull .CL\ke\ VISITING! CARDS, WEDDINGINVITATIONS : i

citizens of Starke in honor: of the board o'11H1'pa.y for' the is visiting bin Uramunutlier, ; Anisic\ cards
\\: Ulfl.lutr, Thompson, da.Messers : ,. unu' dancing PAMPHLETS ii,
the Starke soldier boys now languishing lumber and building, material was were, :sonic othar features of tilt0Yenip'V .','it
in Ja*. Hill, Win J-pper: ou POSTERS DODGERS ETC.LOWEST '.,<
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Tampa. accepted and a- committee appo'tnt.cd and J, UB,) rd, of Li&e Butler, were ; during which Mrs. ; ," : ..

The Starke Cornet Band discoursed to inspect the work when com. in town on business: Tuesday. Alvarez assisted Miss\ Cullfi-' '
::;: by $ PRICES I; GO'J L ARANTEEt .;\

sweet music in the parkMonday pleted. w Mr::. F. It. Morgan and :\\lr.-. Fiitch hun had, ample opportunity) to : ."
Jelt for ;Phoenix where will ADVOCATE OFFICE < I
"evening to a fair audience, they rtk.-ull, display their entertaining na1i-- :',. t
Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke lonrTJft An*?. a few weeks vh.itiu r. ladves.3li : q "
among whom were a number of To quit tobacco easily fore\"erbe esand never hostesses .:
nag
wete more! GIVE US A GALL-. -
netlc. full of lire perve and rigor, take Xo-To- =ses MurJa and Ollie Weeks, tt\o ... ; .>..-..
joung JbopIo! who indulged? in dancing nac,the winder-worker, thdt make! >leak men of Star e's uiost:: popular young: mdies! : charming, 01'more dolightftil, .r_..... == ... ...(_ "-:: ,-:,,,..- __...,_._i.. .__
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lint marching to while strong. All druggists: ,50o cr t1. Curo guaran : -r-----

away teed. Booklet and< sainplo free. Address lire visiting relatives in Sanford, carrying to their guests the ii'siirution : .............................
the time-! --.r.p. r. .td'.r..tIC".J.If9" "'" .
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Etcrllng' New YcrfcA ..
Iteifledy CAj Chicago .
or _
Mr Levi hyal t and Mr. '',. M. -Williams. of ,perfect ease and, -1"' ,J'ii'_-><.:;t..,.'_''' .'':!'''!(-'. ...''....a..4....-,i""''-.\ ..._...-114..."'V-.J-..,. ,;:J'<-',".". .,.,,t .-,;; ''''''- ', :-tpi &". .

J. F. P. : Starke's .. two of Hampton's prominent which ''characterized. the \f '
McMnrry one Of :
Beautiful FIn grace CO.
:: iJTHE! C. B. ROGERS
citizens in ,
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patriotic merchants furnished' ; :, were.' the city. Tuesday entil'eveliing ,_Tp those young l j ,

passing train of sol iera with melons Through the kindness of :Mr., Mr.\ W, M. Grant an',obliging conductor ]ladies the entire companyuc *!A1! 1r,1PORTERS'AtD! \lHOLEZALE GROCERS, 1.&% "" : ., .

cantaloupes tomatoes etc. and Mrs.; 1 's; Eckert of this Of the F. ,C' $ P. V Ryj spent) indebted for a pleasant evening ..I .-...."C'T--C... v.--'" ....... .oM.". .... '" 1'1'\.'1ij '

the, on city, ana Mrs.'Dr. Tpdd and Monday ,with his wife in this city. moat delightfully spent. Flour: Grits : Etc. M "
4th. Part from pure moth.csand |g Provisions Grain, Hay, Meal,
Mrs. Capt. Burrin of Lmytey Mr. Geo. Tompsett: left Saturday for ;

part because :he eouldnt help Michigan in spouce: to a telegram. Count,. Coziii::: h o:1k"S:> .!. SOLE AGENTS# FOIL Our 1 business' confined U the Wi
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himself. and J. F. ,P. :McMurry a betiti- ; I
announcing; that his wife was very Procc din < CanniEg! Co. Lioa Era A trade cnlj- Orders from conW
ful flag floats in front, of' the 111. ll ,. 1 r I -nniers: neither iioltcitcd nut dcFairiank a.jcf

Miss Ada Denmark entertainer Armory of the Bradford' County Miss Irene Branning, one of1W'
B number oi friends with an,iceCream Guards. The ,flag is an im- charming young ladies is visiting board of' county commissioners Quotations Made promptly 811 Application .

: supper on the evening of mense'oneand floats from alongflag her sister Mrs. J, ,y. Morgan in this: met ,and adjourned to : IP.WILLIAM

the Fourth. Conversation, city. .. "' ._..... _. ._. _. ........ ,,. ._. ._.P._',,_. ._._'_ "......
games pole which is higher than ..T u st1ar. ".""" 'p.p.c:!< '1Jo. t. f'>>.- .'. . .-

jnnsic ,and ,dancin .were.Indulged any building.,, tUq! .city The Mr John' Sydboten, one of Starke'd i Tuesday morning board. met
in until a late hour when all went popularlyouug: ,neu, spent the l"ounbsigllt : .. "',
flag i is anoranment: to the 'town, pursuant to adjournment all
home wishing such occasions might seeing in the Metropolis of <
and( those who so kindly do- Florida : members being llr sent. .
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occur. oftcner. _. t TYSON A
natecl it !to' the boys .ileservespecial Miss Bertie i Caou,one of Hampton's Minutes of the last ..1: galar ,

The Starke Base Ball team,' accompanied ciedit and thanks for meet charming'young ladies, is:: visiting meeting were read and up "

by the ba,e drum, went their.. donation. -,*- When, tile her friend, Miss Cora .Se., piout proved.- LIVERY; SALE, AND FEED STABLES, -.-,;0.
cf this
city.
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.to Hampton Saturday prepared, to boys in Tampa hear that they Petition to place: Grifin .on <<

do anything up, but there was havebtjeri remembered in this tray-lingatesuian I Pauper list was refused., .. >>> v f"r-r'. .... ,a'" ,.0.1"-1" FIA.Bate +f V : : V'I

nothing there that wanted be V ,

'" done up so the boys, came to back praises way they'will. of', 'tlie.be.:lb loud 6ve-in:"named their lug city,Co.last,;of week.Jacksonville. in the I .was'disconUnned Bent, of Armory"". : foivMilitia;, rI I, a Spwialty tt or COJY qr1.:rig' Travel. .s.b Ken: I t to Wilts-! to the Co .! !trY., mot ;,::- t. 1.,

themselves '
fAvith
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doneup .by --
;Hatnpton*$ beef and beauties. kind!,_"thoughtful and patriotic: Editor New'b ern, of the Hampton Dr.- E. L. Stewart; was- e.f se1ected' ; SECC> .p-F'tAl( l ?4 HARNESS. .A.r D pUGGIES FOR, SALE;. :.
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",' citizens t : Orange Leaf,'wus in the city Tuesday( 'county "Physician; to attend ,. ,!,t,,

.Tlleflrstilnniberof the Stake, ...-. -' ... .talking up the Lake Butler side of county jail for ensuing! year. ;" ::. .."!

;r ADTOCATE- since .N.. S. JIari is took' No-1O-isa.e for Fifty,C&nts.' the Court House .1ue tion. Petition of; Mrs.::' Strickland --- .- --., .. "iii

H55 f the has reached 1 mAn Guartn.3ed'tobacco atms Wood habit pure. maktw Weak: Mr. R.' A. Turner and wife, of' LaCro -. braid" was refused.! : ," : D e.J J : :
.. ? paper u. ;: pure. 5oc&1. All uruecis. Ii ,
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Jr' .. ... ,. -, were In the city Monday 4 Ii ': :
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iir-
and shows mil
anmijtakableeviilene oilas -
"I have, used, plinmberla Jn's 't'heytwut down to Jacksonville on The county Treasurer was A'-. .1 ij ft ij 01'1.: : ; J

.J 1 practiced t* i baud The couuh-* I Cough, Reined ', in' my family" for the;,same' day: returning 'Tuesday ,I structed to. take i1) borkls; held Ja I rV i M GJ,fi t -.<
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is torn-in two over the attempt to, years and ,\ always with good re- nl ht., ,J by.he: Natiou.il:: Bank of Florida I ; 6 : ':

glove the eonrt grouse, and the 'paJxjrAtill : eu t s"sari. Mr. \\*-I:-.Couper" of ., I for the board of cotinty! corn! r

probably take a prominent: El Rio; Gal.. 'For'small children STATE I TAX LEVY, missionei-3. -. -" For Halo By -

:,-\rtJn the, fight.. ICisdmtuee. ,Valley .. we .find_t -it. a its. pc tJj"TClr'p.;: .j V. .:1'- -- 'Petitionwas 'granted; of I.: V

;., .I< Garetto..Dr." '' For sale. by_,-.J.:La.Gatktit&Druagogist..';, h TJ:? '. -1, Comptroller. .__ w"t Reynolds Has. Stephen JIavnes%: **f ", to* ***.-cliange-. V P. p.. ircJY.ITJRRAY, GrOCeri-

:/ :,S. H. Francis, retxntliIiljddlobnwhaslocated )"'!,I oj: ... > 'A"......a.,<'<,:;*{V vr ..' Keduced' it/'" I. public road, leading from New- .." .

.. .' r } l in* Srafke -T.. D..; UnU; .isrectirlnn, some :1'1t'year the total l ,levy. for: hope Bridge'.to' Sutrke '* NOTE REDUCTION N PRICE J' _

*, "f or;the'practice'of liU ']>rofesaJMi.v : fi'n stsitiohery*tii -.week.. frt t State, .. Purl)os ?, was> 5 i. ,mills.! ; This! Petition of Thomas ''Williams .. ( ;...., -..-"\ .I,.. : '
.;; Hall is tocldnirp } arid, .......e < ,1j O'"Y"C t- :
,"7 Dr.-jPraneia'' ; U'au t \ 'ehefgctic lrunllg ,. ) n --low.- ] .year :.Comptroller l VlCeynolds: : \\ I Ir to'oIfelt>> up public road -leading '- ,'

.v, j hy&ibian; of'ability audcxpUillcp l ;tokingtjgreat .gains to find I ,QiltJ r reduce";the, fevy, inaUua; it as Jbli : from J&1n1Itori to, Sampson city t'...1:1: .=... V '-' L -lo-J' .'"......e-4: e 0, Ctts, ....." ;

,. who ranks: ,high iu. his )ruf, s,iotaand all> ti_ get- just: what} the people] ,;i llows<&!> ? General* l revenue.3 mills*!: pentsjon was grtintecl. ;!. -' ,., :
deserves share of the pufilfc want.1) wj-r. : ,r""'"' ,;ftI'. '" This is the best Oil sold! in the ..
a released City .
..2 ;_."_ ,_.. ".1 t xtl mil; State: school tax, 1mill. L. h.. .irliven' was' : ,
; 'otcenu He 1 ig, )accoippanicd In:. I ., .- : taxes for,
.a:3lrs. p lO' ;' To' Cor*,pnnti"t.'Ub.i "f:oreT ri: ..".. ., ,, r- ., ,_ __ froin-pny; .personal'.' ', Call and examine i: flY s t ock of-ro ':' -
: ranci'i, \f 18 jcxponcnc": : : ,. .
anr T ke Ca. rtic
> tutets: CaudsCsth:\ .lOa .1S9L3lrS ,
... 'PAannac'st' U C. C.C.fall.to Cure dr ts'tct'JtJld'' rr5e.. { East; : year.:,, the ,revy :for, i:.; general. . .
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.' nijj a ,,77. 7.' ;; .,. ;.:.>,"' > : .""' .revenue- was 3i mills- a."half- mill! .B iven'ofVmstrict\ '; -!, was ce.ries. wr guarantee Jj,.ice as lo.w as

r 'tfnioat' e tiintbe-VbtdjL.-i !. : o j t Dr.i' .., j io"l. -'" 1tlie" tiifeitt5Subsctitf C't being*! jtdded' for'the.defitofmore't p j r ** : :allowed a 'widtrlcs"e.ih 11)it on. .oii fr'1Y ;1 SllC( t Y TIr tr u.e. ..: '..

4# 6",", x:;,;,' > ; !! Ri, ofJCC' )11''Cilt Bin ct;It forlthci--.ADVOCATE, and keep 1 !thau bo110lO{ in the j ". "accounts :of:'lltsr.tiixt:s.?; : :

.tJ ).>site the! Stall 1.1ol1'. witii (lie wniv: a. *fc -, 'j;''.T4 .'usual rout ilia of paying: {
... :. ii .. .. ,. : up ,:? 11 :.- ,. 1 0, B. Collins fi.State Treasurer.,.J '.' SATISSICMOI. GllAIiATNTEED.Vt:>
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