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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: August 4, 1898
Frequency: weekly[may 26, 1898-<1900>]
weekly[ former -jan. 27, 1898]
semiweekly[ former feb. 1-may 17, 1898]
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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 )
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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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NUMBER 64.
STARKE, A.-AUGUST !4, 1898. -'
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g- PEACE FEKXAXDIXA.Only \'J If\ .

.f THEWIBHAYSJ -- Nine Cases of SicknessAmong ifi 1C't.ID.
1 the Men ill
7,1500

Spain is Now Willingto .' Stationed There. jjj OUR DRUGS ARE BOUGHT Q\\_

Come to an. Under.:: July 28.- \
H ; I' FEUXAXDIXA: ,
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"I':.., ''',.:.:'';' ,H '. I!: standing. --- Surgeon Oswald, of the Sixty- ESPECIALLY, TO FILL
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f+' : ;:j:. && -- >,. TALKS GOOD'SllOES-- ninth. New1 York; Surgeon xtt &
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R -N4w:;$.'" .. The Reply was sent Mon PRESCRIPTIONS.
:' ; Ohio; Surgeon'Bernard, of the PHYSIGIAIS jt\
I!1 ",,1..' day. Thirty-second Michigan, and i-
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LOXLON: Aug.3 The Love of the Fifth Ohio, ill ID
Surgeon ,
t /i" :We'haiVeljust re correspondent of the Daily Mail: ill 4
were seen in a group to-day,
has !(
Goverment
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... : says: about nine iti1';
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1" : accepted the principal of the -
J-: : .' ," American conditions, but the .I cases of sickness in the Entire OUR DRUGS ARE CLEAN d
: ./:' : ; camp of about 7,500 soldiers, m
will not be made .ill
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acceptance
', ceived astock large all of which.are suffering princi-
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3r Washington ;
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[ public until inqmies fever AND FRESH. WE HAYE
: ,.', .. matters of detail have puny from malarial witha .
on
; few cases of measles. The )' ,llfJ .
1f", L settled,thus rounding' off \
been surgeons say this:: sickness was ..i6i THE SKILL TO DO ALL fflB Q

"f; of Ladies,I the preliminary basisWASHINGTON contracted at Tampa; and is now "'( .,.

; ;. .<" -In being worked out of the men. .4! KINDS OI'i
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the event of Spain's acceptanceof Most of the sickness exists iu \ I1' .

-. '. the terms proposed by this the First Florida Regiment. !i!

:' country,the first step, probally, The ladies have organized, 1 'PROFESSIONAL -WOEK. ixi

:; 7 < and Gents FINE will be towards an agreementto and will. co-operate with the 1ftJJ ,:

-,, close active hostilities, pend surgeons of each regimentin \.,. \
_.r. ing the drafting a treaty ofpeace helping the sick and furnishing \71 ;)'

... .. the lines of the accepted !) I fa
t-o;.".'..-.:-""...."- along 6 ,them with such food as iAi ,2 -

I terms.According to pre- they should have while in the .. u.T fad -.
: :: SHOES made by 1 \
ordinaril
c -dents regarded any hospital. .
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I armistice would be proclamed, -' I OUR PRICES ARE AS % .(.

.. in the. cirmcumstances, this ill -m
,.r'., Indian Inspector
',';: would mean the practical closeof Special ,b LOW AS OUR mili .,
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Duncan is now in Florida

THE BROWN SHOE COMPANY ,the war._. completing the work of setting ill\ < M .

<.- ---- aside lands permanent; home-
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Froth: Feruaiuliua. steads for the Seminole Indians.. HIGH CLASS SERVICE

PEAK ADVOCATE.We It[ will be.renieniberti.4tl that dur- \-)- iii
A Trial will convince tIle wearer miJi
r are having some delightul ing the early part of the summer )

,,::, .,- ,;,' weather MOW, the breeze that Mr. Duncan ,was ordered to WILL'ADMIT.' Bxl


t r.>'' :. ;: ,- that tips shoes. are. tIle most comes from the ocean is tine., Florida for the purpose: of / _.-- ),

--1-\ ;' ... ..-'.'." .., \ well pleased with "
,: -- TheJoys are making a thorough investigation -
:... |it Bring Your Prescriptions to t Us.u mw
,ernuiulina as a site, as' .
\\\J( durable: of any on the market. t camp into: tho condition of the m

it is so much cooler here than Indians, and also to look over

'' .. .. .. at Tampa, anire have the the country in the vicinity of STARKE DRUG CO. i t


i advantage of the.bathing which'is the Everglades, with a view to \. ........ ._....... ._ .'"" _." ""' ."'" .'"" ............o .,,",,'''''''iu .t.\
ffL\? B YNE&COJ ,simply delightful.i0 go, locating suitable tracts upon ?/.-iiiJ'-"""" "" ..._.....-"_"" 'Iii"- jiiI'""" -,".tIII"--.iiiJ''-''''' 'II'jiilo-jiiI'.jiiI'---"-'-'-tIII" -.,.,-',iII.tIII"GRA'ND -''- -
down to the beach in crowds;;
.&a ....... .. .. ...- .,. --- -- \JJ 'which they could be placed. F

P--.......... .--- -.---. .-...:.... -- .- almost Troops every are coming evening.in by the: Lake Butler. .

hundreds every day, and Mr. J. J. Arnold and Prof. CLEARING SALE !
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.. \ WAR I ig TILL ON-! Fernundina's streets are always: Ellis Geiger visited Lawtey

crowded with the'boys in blue.We .: Saturday.Mr. .
often;
drill up town quite
"ft*'" ,now and the boys all like it for : and Mrs. Arch Odom, of A9A. AT !-
Providence, are visiting Mr.'
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: shady
the streets are so
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-- and Mrs: Odom this week.
nice it ie ,much better 1 than:
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tramping. through the sand.' The y6ung folks of this place T: G_ A2.VAREZ'MAMMOTH

CASH VS. CREDIT. Well I will close as there is no I enjoyed a sing at the home of,

more news to write. By the Mr. and Mrs.F. M. Rivers Sun'.
< GOODS STORE.Goods
'::io. all anxious for the DRY .
I/f/ .. way we are day night. .
,: .
Starke
: excursion to be run from
Messrs. R. L. 0'Kelly and
1 Fernandina when will it Are
to : .
--" O. M. Kelly visited Starke
:: 2 am still in. the Ring: be.? :
i Sunday. What seems to be the To be sold for the next Thirty Days zit.

.,..-.,- .,.- CORRESPONDENT. attraction.* ? Prices to suit the People. ,y. -
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r. Starke Vs. Mel rose. Miss, Mable Odom, of Pros :-':;-""-'
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:w5..tJ. LOVP: :IOES: for: To. morrow evening Starke perity Farm, spent Sunday Dress Goods -

.J 1 I. and-Melrose will cross bats in' I: night and Monday in the f( Our Line of Dress Goodspis complete: a': .

;._'';. ':". ,';,. y, ... ,,,,, 1't this city on the diamond in;' Central: City. every detail.e : "-i .' "' '%f.'
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; I''c' I north Starke. The game will!, Prof. T. B. Hartig, who has I
.. <' roCL aJJ..d be called about 3, 0 o'clock and:, his :E:aye 4
,-. ..: '" ". O.SE: : orsxa. : : u.ce., : been visiting -mother in F..
I I promises to be an interesting\ Newark: N. J.,. returned home On hand a new and complete. Line of, ""
one as the two teams are well: .;
I the 20th. inst Ladies' and Gents Summer Hats. .-
; matched and both, play good '
: I ball As this will be the firstgame : Messrs. C. H. Register, J. E. ':;-
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: ladies
._ Der.L o .s.tra: t5..ng the Bob ,
I./_ .,; of the season it is safe" to: litanies, S. Permenter and
...? I ; DaniJIs the'': at Worthington Ladies' Wrappers and Dress. .
Waists
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1I I I on hand to witness the game,: Sunday. Skirts. ..,.,_

: I not withstanding the fact that: Prof. the ji "i' .
Percy Geiger, '
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,,:.. : several of our best players are principal of our school, is visiting -
.. < ,J'", '. I.'. r in Fernandina with, the Army,: the home of'his parentsUn Without a doubt, the neatest'line of Summer -'

".' < I,: ... Starke will be represented by Green Cove, this week. Goods ever brought to BradfordCounty .. t
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\.' I, '. a good team of the following: i ,
: 4- tl.dJ. ag'aitl.st: : E. Mr. J. I. Tomlinson, who_ hay
F .;. ..-Forces SrfU : : players. W. L. and A. I '

.- t' Wall, p cherand catcher. been attending school -in-- this ..::1l.d Our0: -'< .. .-.'w
:"1 !, place, returned to his old home > '
Brooks Shipman first base. ,at Low
Goods
I Motto is "Good
'in Lake Park 'Ga.
<:' : Richard Fernandez Center fieldN. l. Tuesday
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.> ,. .: the OldL J. TiJC.e OEEctT., A. Powell short stop. Jerry morning. Prices. .

't -: .,.'M .' !. : Wills second --base. John: Quite a number fbf Lake

:,','It",,"'.1\0'''\,...:<. .. .> .., e ," I Sydboten third base, Joe Young;; Butler's most charming young TO SEE IS TO PUECHASE. '

,""y4::.,... \" '.. !! .- Right field, and Arthur Rich ladies and gentlemen spent '.-. ;oii, .

It'0. ,: ... a. left field.f\ ; Sunday at the home of .Mr.' j
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,. : To quit tobacco easily and forever,be mag: ,. ,,01:0.:-: :, ., -"
i' Belie,full or We,nerve and vigor take No-To-I pleasant time; especially, in the ", ? }
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the wonder-worker,that make weak men 'I t '
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J.. W.V HODGES strong. All druggists,sOc or II. Cure guaran:' afternoon, eating' ice cream .andpeaches. ... ] FTI .1
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Fiorina Advocate Conventions 1: are. held in it. cOtton't his' county site IublicmoneYYour) money paid .
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People from all parts of the \yhether I 'he wants TO or not?. by you as county taxes.. I::. ',' _.,'::' .__ ::. '.-=-.:..__:-_:.-::-.::. _'..H"_=' '.'.': ._'_ ..._.-,, .-,_ __ .

or PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAYAT county: go* into said butt/ling: And does it further mean With $7,3"7 .63 county' .prop

.J'.. frequently on business., Storms that.) ., should Lake Butler_ suc- I erty owned: and paid for by, you, ,

STARKE, FLORIDA;; of wind have;swept against it: c i'' ed in its planar burden the and. \\ith a bonded indebtedness:: CASTO RIA

I stands. there. to-day one of rieople.. with greater taxation, of$11.000 that will have to be 1"

A.G.POWELL F.JJ. PREWITT. thei- \ .most substantial* buildings that the farmers all over our paid, these same defamers of (r J For Infants and Children.

POWELL & PREWITT i ,.. ,. ...,,, "
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in county. The tax payers county will be compelled to every honest official. in your ilp? W ""'"" -

EDITORS
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facts. I IJ no matter into all the needless expe'nce of
Entered at the postofflce at Staike Florida I
as second-elass mall matter. Yet said Lake Butler partisans price f: may be in any other town building a new Court House. Always Bought .

seem to think the peopleof in the county? Are you able to tear ;down ,

ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. the. county' have. so little And then again, would Lake your present dwelling; and Av7egetablePreparationforAsslmilatinf thcToodandRegulalim -- .

..ld'crUslnUntc sense I as to swallow as truth Butler, in case the records:: were build a new one simply because *thfcStamachs andBowds ofm Bears the

their wild and utterly unfounded moved there, have jurisdiction some one may tell you that you
Our advertlfi'ng' rates will b" as reasonableas
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consistent with keeping up' a good newspaper :sayings\, about said Court in this compulsory hauling ought to have a new or better Signaturof V '
UU the purpose of the puLlisuer to .
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issue a clean attractive newspaper with only House building. ". business. over"citizens of Baker-.... looking, house. PrqmoesTiiestionCheeiFutnessandRestContainSneitlia-
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such a proportion of advertisements: as' will 'Through our board of County and Duval Clay and Alachua. And especially if yon are alrerdy t
e Insure that all will be seen and read, and none OpninDtorphine nor Mineral.
buried behind a mass of others. Rates will Commissioners the people who t ., have been guilty of selling in debt, would it be: wise NOT NAB.C: OTIC.
be uniform and will 1 Uw L... c known on are>il- r,
cation. of the'county have paid for or hauling their cotton to the aDd m-udeut to destroy or sacrifice

-,. '. present Court House $1.050, towns in the eastern. portion. your present house: and rcvazrsfad _

COURT HOUSE ISSUE NOT: \which is much less than the of. Bradford? Solomon-- in all- I plunge into greater debt to Pumffai Alxd '* -

LOCAL.Some "1 cost of the original building. his glory would have been )uild anoiher:? ;
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., ', tax payer may make They have paid for vaults therein stumped plum hollow on this Then again, why should you r.M11anaa nrPwit -r ds i e

the mistake of indifference in for the records "650, and question be more anxious that judgesand flarifudSoqcr.Itkivyretn Is-.Jml- a

the pending county site electionon l for partitions for offices about jurors. and witnesses: and fltmn a'Apetfecthemedy { I n d
the that it is COUNT BONUS. for Constipation -
.grounds merelya $300 total of 2,000..
making
a coun-y; officers should haVe a Stomach.Diar(1)oea.'VoI'U'.5Cohvutsionsfevcrlsh. ,
local issue between Slarlw and board the i : Bradford County bonds now Sour
P Through the same I. fine handsome costly courthouse You Have y

Lake Butler and does not con- people have paid for the jail due, amount to $8,100. Upon than that your wifeand;, sand Loss.: OF StEER I

cern him either way. 2,925.95, for jail cells $2,500, this is paid seven and eight percent t hlidren'should! have -a little T ':

If any hold such views it is and for jailors dwelling about interest semi annuallyand dwelling? ?= Always Rnhicrhf 4

a grave error. To change a $23Q. This makes a total in in advance. Our county You are not expected to take _

county site means a large ex of commissioners have to do ihis .
$7,375.65owned
county property from yourself and family your

pen&e, every cent of which and paid for by the i iii order to keep good the stand- I hard earned money by unnecessary : w .
must be drawn from the pocketsof ing and credit of the county. CASTDRIAoI
county. taxation simply) that the r
the people in the form of additional : The amount of bonds not yet EXACT COPr OF\7EAPPEB ,
What becomes of this 7375. citizens of any town may builda l .
taxation. The Butler due is $2,900. This makes tbe: /! 'rr I r THC elMTCUfl COM AN". NIWYOWK err?.
CJ, in property owned'and paid handsome court house to gaze ,., ,,,,,, ,: ,
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shout itself hoarse present total bonded indebtedness 'CIQ' ">:"!;:<'Y'o- r"E '- : !
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.iorgan may
for by cash and all of the people at.
trying to coin inee a sensible of the county $11,000.Our .
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if the be You house .i
county site own a court as ..
people that such chang :can be commissioners have aa- ---
changed? Are the tax payers good and better than a great majority -
made without to the sessed1i' mills to meet the I -
expence going! to sacrifice this and i of )'our.lwellings( and it D:1S &, CO...gI
tax But the people] interest and to create a sinking -
. payer. be plunged into indefinite needless will not cost a cent to keep it
have better sense in the matter fund to'meet the principal of
: indebtedness. and heavy where it is. A bird in the hand
than said and this $11,000. It was hoped .sr-4j7cE
organ supposes, taxes simply l to gratify the is worth several in the bush. 4
are not going to be deceived that the-sale of certain public
personal hopes of gain by some I
and lands would materially aid in The law
gulled. of the citizens of Luke Butler? specifies how registration -- FIR} LIFE AND ACCIDENT. .
Instead of concerning the Are the interests of a few paying this bonded debt, but books shall be kept.aud i .*

citizens of Starke and Luke the laud sales are disappointing. : how and when said books shall '
business in Lake Butler '
men :
Bank Starke FIB
Butler only, this issue involves dearer to you as tax: payers of be certified to in order to constitute Building, -.i.

seriously the interest of every the county than pour own Our tax payers through. the them legal. :_ :.:;';:: .

citizen of Bradford.. county. wi'e and children. Are Swilling ?oU board of county commissionersare The fact. of said books not .' -w-O t :E.J rdaI'-u.a, er ,'-"" _.w' rp ID. W ......,.., -"; ', r

The present: 'Court House: at to sacrifice yourself and obliged to provide for the being certified to according to o;>"d, !. '
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Starke is of this indebtedness.Yet NATIONAL ,\. ( t R' ,
a large roomy good family simply] because a busi- payment law was raised by citizens :striving .

.: and sound and substantial] certain scribblers, who pay to protect themselves and ...
ness man of Lake Butler hopes DEALER IN"PIKS ,'. ;
building, and there will be ',110 thereby to profit himself, and very little or no taxes, in their their fellow taxpayers of the ', /

need of dollar of selfish efforts to fool the people CAKES AND CONFECTIONERIES'THE
a single expense not you, by changing the county from the useless costs 7 ; i
to the tax for courthouse on the Court House issue, denounce of an election. Eminent _.
payer illegal !
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purposes) in any manner'hatevel' The only 'way you? have to our board of county counsel: thought the point :?'"""" .-, ,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,",'-.--... .......;+-_..:',;.;. ""P"e:':;;' '.-J':""' '.,oJ'.....,.......... '&.,.
for if commissioners "rotten ;
\ years to come as a should be raised and decided

the tax payers. consult their protect"roni the yourself selfishness and of family those gang," and the place of resi-: upon, for why should such a 1 f! C. B. ROGERS CO. ,-

individual interest and go to dence of many lespectabie law be on the'statutes if not to \\t IMPORTERS AND: WHOLESALE GROCERS: )
who would not hesitate to
the polls and vote for the present sac- men and women and childrenof be followed? A majority of \ I. ;".t.C:!::=O T'V ==.. :t"LAfl f fl. _
ril for their ,
ce own profit '
you
county site. our county as a "rotten hoe," the board' of County Commissioners \) '.t.I.
is to go to the polls on Aug. 30th = Provisions, Grain, Hay, Flour, Grits, Meal 1, Etc. .:..: AfSOLE ;
The citizens of Starke in the and every intelligent .citizen o! : decided that the books If\ r\
and vole for the present .! AGENTS FOU Our business confine to the _
issue are not fighting to protect the county who dares to entertain although not certified to at the ( ?.
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county site. ''In doing this k Fat ribank Canning Co. Lion Brand > % r.m1con, '
their i pocket alone from a mer- : any difference of opin- time specified by law, could '\,* sumers neither sohctted nor ue- /(* :t
chess and uncalled for, addi- you not O lly save the $7,375.05; ion from theirs as liars and idiots after such time be corrected. (f\v Canned Meats. sired. i1. f-tl i

tional burden of taxation, but erty you ,now but own save i in! county yourself prop-and and dishonest rascals ** and This correction was made and I 4 i% Quotations Made Promptly On Application. | :

are striving in the interest of :Mends from ) schemers, every county the book's therefore received. ."", .",,, .......,. ._....... .......!'>\. .,.,.,. .'*" ,"" .{C'fI.", ..., ", ."- .,-. ,'
every tax payer in the county. vastly; increased officer in Bradford. county from The raising said point caused .P'pII'aI'p'IifiI'iII'- ;I.titiI- '''',ji.4'-''''t-..-......-.,.......-......-...... .-_..-....."_.-......__. ;

taxation. Y _____ .. -"_.'" .' I
,Ve do not want in these hard t the high"test to the lowest as the correction to be made. =- --- ----- -- .

.- times to further burden our- We repeat, that this is not dishonest birds of prey eating From the Butler point of DO YOU IVRITK 1 ? t "

i t-r'Ives or'any other tax payerin merely.. local!|matter as be- the public carcass and sucking view it was a deadly plot'and'' ,. IF SO WRITE .: ;

Bradford county with the tween Lake BlHler and Starke, the teat of the public cow. rank treason to'raise said pointat I :

''unnecessary.. large expenceof } but that Starke's fight in this Such are the choice arnote, all. Why then was : V -
any ,
- building or lilting upanoih- issue is not onto] .; protect 'Itself} elegant (?) literary.expressions correction made? The, intelligence .,.L ....".-',.-'" at rOz ,, ., -.,

Court House and jail. but every tax ; payer in the thrown into homes l., ...
er your every of the voters of Bradford ,":;"',
To convince the people of how county from increased taxation. ,week for your wives and daughters county is insulted by. the, "''f''n

the Lake; Butler haperaiid pub- With the ibsincerity and and sons. to read. And frantic' ravings that have tortured /. ,

lie speakers: : oil the Butler side t selfishness of the Butler partisan forwhat purpose? To induce the air on this subject. .d f '

try to deceive and mislead, we thus exposed j ]how can you as tax payers to sacrifice ,. ,.1

rail attention to the repeated you believe any of their extravagant nearly $8,000 of county property The I.Butler papers and speakers -; .:. ,.

statements{ made by them that and wild, statements? you now own aud further: seem to take for granted 11y + ;t' ,
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Remember that a bird in oVder that the tax of the ;
the present coir.ity Court Houseis have yourself taxed in to payers county ,.,
i unsafe aud so rotten und de the hand, is \voith several I in build a., Court House/when it have no common businesssense '--."
the bush. A few I am SubAgent for Bradford and SlIr: )" ._
people in in : '
this
lapidated that it has to be propped might better suit the"conveni- anything touching ,

up to keep it from falling; Like Butler and its immediate ence of these same few elegant Court House issue. But the roundiiig-CountJes for this ,Celebrated > ;. -

And such statements are actually vicinity: are trying to pull wool (?) :writers. Some one of them people will resent such assumption Typewriter. J.c.

made by P\1: ties tryingto over your eyes and make you may hear visions and dreamsof on August 30th. .' ... ..' :

mould public opinion.If the cats paw to pull their chest- how much money can be Cant I Sell You One ?' T. R. HODGES
lire. .* Beats the Klondike.Mr. ,
a witness in a trial testifies Hut out of the made should he get the job of- SUB-AGENT.

J.lsely in one instance, the One of the most profound. (?) laying the brick and buildinga A. C. Thomas,' of Marys- ; irr
ville, Tex., has found a more valuable -
court and jury will not believe; arguments have seen.pn the Court'; House. discovery than has yet been
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any 'other statements made by Court House question} from the Foul' sons should be taught made in thA Klondike. For years r A. SHIP TN FUL SA .-
't t-uch' witness. Butler side is that the records that it is ail honorable 'distinction he suffered! untold agony from consumption :
the"l.
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acc mpanied hy J .
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," Starke forces*the ..... in the world. ", r ..
The tax payers of Bradford bing at people and. a: worthy ambition cured ,1.fi WAS sight A nobler '
; and) was absolutely: :: ..:;}'i"o): t than that"replied a friend to him, \r f x .t
county know that the testimony'!, allover' the county,to haul to be chosen by the people to by Ir. King's New Discovery for f 'ii: .-. ... a father and son walking arminr i r .
i their die Consumption, Cuugbs. and C lds,.. arm as if they were really comrades." If rc >
of these parties against the. cotton to Starke mar- fill any office of public confidence both be 'rV
dressed in
; ; good taste the charm
He declares that gold is of little ,
present Court House building keO Ij I and trust. with this I Many men of ,..
j 1. ; value
> in comparison i i good taste in over 7.COO American cities >
5 j.* untrue. How then can they What connection. the local The expenditure the peo- marvelous cure; would have iti 1 s1, andtowDsnowOctSaltsandOvercoaufrom ':;

lie expected to believe, any, cation ;of the county j records* pies money is entirely] in the ven bottle if it;Asthma cost a hundred, Bronchitis dollars and a.I,|i 1 ( --- V.S $: M. BORN & CO., i rr .

fctatement made by said J';_. .artier;;' has with the farmers choice as power discretion of their all throat and lung affections are 1 I The Oreat Chicago Merchant Tailors.! !r

inthis Court House issue?' io whatpoint he may haul his worthy public officials. postively cured by Dr. King's'k ,Son and Fathers are equally sure to be 'r.
pleased. No
work. No
... I poor mUfiU. No Infe
"/Phe terms of our circuit court. c')tton is too deep> for our, uncut But the picture is held up New Discovery! for Consumption; I L5 No exorbitant prices. No du. '.s.satisfaction. .

L?rre:held in said buiJ ing.: Oiir minds'to :solve. .. j jI before your.sons that all 'your Tt bottles free at J. L. Gaskins Everybody folly Satisfied j r I' 8
,r S Drugstore. Regular size nO cents FIT and FINISH GUARANTEED. '.
County Couunissioners! I. aud<<;l lt Does it glean that the farmer county. officials are dishonest and $1.00. Guaranteed to cure or, Orcr 300 Cholee Pattern to Fill '.
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them.boatel meet 'i ;ularly ii.i' has no : choice whatever in the and thafr4he i whole aim. of theirexistence price refunded. 5'- CALL OH lour.Ord.er from. fl.

i The Ciei k of court ,and I juatter, ,1m J that I.eU compelled! is to defraud- .and. *j -i .

ct i.*l>nty i-euiuiu iu it dairy..T ., by some hi}hlel J law: to haul his swindle ;land batten upon '.;theI Subscribe .for. the ADVOCATE.' :r_ VV_ JrOr: = GEJS.:: :
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"',..''...,-..''Miis, C. A. WILLS. .j|I .. .. ieiu 1 1 I FLORIDA! CENTRAL i. PENINSULAR R. R.,
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.*: v. 'MKS. A. THOMAS. Edi tor.3. Awl 1 grind.in our midst a grist of siti- .
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I Tis some'htn'y *, all, for us to
Xiiqnor( Drinking: Crime stand .- I .... '

I ; I | TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JULY 6, 1&IS.! '.
j L However abhorrent the j jail Aud (:jl.-ii |JI by faith IF our Savi ur' 'i

with it3 attending cireuin hand- j CUR 34 33 3.\ z: :::t. :.
OR'InEliN POI 'IS.
Aud lemi to labor live and fight Daily: Daily Dail) '. DI1 .f3 nii.54 Da.1J.... ;
stances be to '
may gentle women ,':
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On the side of God and changele. ; JOe ..... 5OCp...... Rooau.... 6;> Lv ....Juck1nuville.r'-.--- "1 -- 9l'SrIl1c. .... .... ,;!:.: '
come there the \V. .G. T. rj i iI I ...... h4f.p...... 842'.1...... 13upLv..Y\ f>eu..Ar.u...- Mal... $-:9.-..,
ht'j.j. S1tS ...... 6 :iO.......... p.\r.Fermndina.. :'-z 5 1 5. .. ..
U. stretches forth an arm of -- ). S. T. Kutterbnugh, in the Voice. 25cOc u.... -' 20p..9.. .........9 OI.'p .. .. ....1::ve-ettn..Ar.Lv..7..... 6:>" -..- t. .;. ,,> .... -
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duty, and extends a helping --------;&- J . .. (m'Jp........hIp .......Sa\K.noh.... .. V ;<..
I .. .... h. p ..... 1120p .. .... \ ..... ..f.4.1 ... .:: <:, ;
hand to render less hopeless; FreeSend ;I lIs. ---- ... .. ....8j---4- $p..... 13 aAr..Fnirta '. ....Lv..a. .... ,;.";
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the spiritual condition of the address ...... ... ......65a .' ....Augusta.Gt.: ..... .. .'
your' to II. E. 0) s't': z.tEU: :;;:: : ::;::) S6 _-. 0 ... .. ... .. ... : ....... 4240 .. ...Colunibb C... ...... .... 116."L..... .
unfortunate ones placed there Bucklen & Co. Chicago and LJ -- ...... ...... ...... .i-iop.... .... J'Sa:: .. S part al bnrg. S. U.t .. ..... ()( ..., ..... .... -
get a X ::13'R. ... .., .. .... ...... ... ... 11.p .- .A.teV1l1. N. C... .. ..... ...... .... ..... '., ,.
through crime committed chief- free sample box of Dr. W. DIXON &- SON ...... .... .. .... ..... 901));: ..Cbar1otte..U... ,. ..... : :'lfr...... .... -" 'II'I' .,' ,
King's O Z ... ... .. .... .... 93- .... .. H 4a .. ..S2J.isburj. N. C... ...... ..... :: ........ -
ly.whilo in a state of intoxica- New Lilb Pills. ; A trial will convince < .., ", .....; .---- UH5p ..... 121(11) ...Greeu..bl.ro. N. C.. ....... -.--..95. ..... .. -, '. '
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GENERAL C011MISSIOli SOp .Dan\11le. .... ,
tion. These offenders of the, you of their merits. These LJQ. mERCHANTS n .. ... ....:-. .. ... liMp..I...... ::. .....Richmond... ...,... ('O...-.-.-.-.-..-t'll4! .......-..,.. ..\ ..,
pills are action and .....' ...... ....... I 53a.Lyuchturg. :; Va.... ..... 3!.!"( ...... 340: ..... .4" -
law are responsible for their easy in are Q.W 190 .. .... ......-....... -33.)11. ...... :>4p : ..CharlOttC-V1IIe! .. h ...... 215(. ',... I fO::...... ... .. ".
particularly effective in the cure r and 190 Duane St.,. New York. p..' -..... ... ...... 6.4 a ...... .93p ... ...\, a.. ln ton.. .. h ...... i l1 t;. <. ..... "-',' '
deeds whatever the cause, but .. ..,. .., .. ... 800\... ... .l1 p ......llalumore.. .. ... 9- .-.-.-.-.-.-.....9y'I...... ,'"
I of Constipation'and Sick Headache UJE -,, < .. ... ...... ...... 101\; ........ 25f.a .. ....Philade.phia.... .. ..".... 1 ....- Groll. .... .. .
are they the only ones who For Malaria and Livertroubles Southern Fruits Vegetables n ... ... ...... ...... ........ 623.1. ......New yOik.. .. .u. .-.... 1 1511 .-;...... 0130;.....: .
have committed the crime? I they have been in QCf :I a Specialty. O :_..::.... ... ..,. 1243p....... 300p ... .....13't'T)... ... -.. .... 5)' OI..... 9 tn. ...... -
proved
U- We Slake a Specialty Strawberries and Peaches n CINCINNA'l'-JACKSONVILLE.. i iNOLNO fueTU AND ,,1.1' :-. .... l\LS.. "
Are not the bar tenders who vajuable. They : H - 8&t3 -
to
are
II guaranteed Thr.ouyhout the Entire Yca,'. Macon. Atlan a, n.iiFLOnIPAADEw c!:: i1l5Io;
; sold them the drinks ''where jo perfectly fre ,from every de- :; :>: Chattanooga, Cm- tD__ilY OEI.EAS. Dail.t Daily ...

.. let riul1'; substance aud to bpur..lv < RFFy.Rt-T-cE.-IrYing: National Bank, New York, and Commer- (D tnnat, Chicago, H _.. ..1 15.>;\ Lv..Fernandlna.Ar ... :. 620pd !! .'
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{ Toledo De t roUt ... ..
with 16 steal away their braii"mid : cial Agencie. r1n ci ci 9 lIa Lv.. I..1Ul.haa ... : lCp
Loui
vegetable. They! do not Z Cleveland. :; z Z 9-iOp. 9.4a) Lv ;>
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the} voters who voted the weaken by their action, but bygiving !H W;; 7-.........--== =, it .....,...-....-.c.-... ..."............-=-:._.........,=, -.=.........'--. 0) vlUe.and St.Louis.- .- ,It 11'0: >,1111.1. \."...........Starke........Ar..5 1 t p)} .

t4th. t2'p .. .. .
whiskey saloon into their community tone to stomach and bowel.ieatly hUOa'651JpLv..Jackbun\'i.ie..Ar. : 1USL WD.1dl} lp
10 1 i OOp'Ar..Everett..Lv. 7 3IJd. 6.4p Wa:12: IOPI s-...G: YlUe.. ,
and put the temptation invigorate: the system. ----- ---- 4 401 2 OlIa .. ......Macon. .. ... 210.1 83th. It6.. ..I 7 ',p ...... ..Cedar ne Key: ..... ... .. 1 20a(01)
...... 520. .
7 4151 Atlanta----- l1 5.p iot "
of drink in their that. Regular size 25q. per box. Solr. .....1 420.;: Lv..AUl1l1ta..Ar. 115Of.' ....... 'i7p P .. ..llawthorne. .. Citru.......... 2.Ha 32a. l I irli lp; _
way by J. L. Gaskins C M.\ SPAEKMAN\ $ GO _" "." 850; .. .chattanoo Lv ro.: ........ .J.l8\1'1'tl;, t, .....SilverSprings.15 .... ...... -.. ..
smell and Druggist. .. t ZO', .... .. ... .
they may see, taste I. ...... -d. y ...thI1C', lIT tUJ'l.lI.T T;' t'V'PL-. : ::30 ...... 1lI.f-' .'1 L.,}p ....._'-\lldw.; Ocala>O ...... I3tra 1'- 11 1231p" ..

the fiery fluid wherein lurks >)I)-)DEALERS .lN-<- Pullman Sleeper -between"Jacksonville. Cm 53ta. 3'O l- ::.... Lee.bUrg...-:: 10 P It' O:,
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W. 6 I 3.t P .Tavares. \}a.p 10..1..
Jennings Bryan ex igh Gr.ad.eiVh5..sk:5..es. cinnati an d Cb'lCUI-O. I -.... .. ..
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death. Are they not accessories \II.; 513p .Orlnndo, 705p 9 t1.a
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pressed:; this in .a speech; before ll2OpmLv.::uPmLv..Jac.k.onvllh, .... .... :savannf-h.! .. .... \rl IQl\m 4ia 51.p; 53.p ". Winter Pk .'.. 8-la: --
and 3Sp St. CMht.riae.
to cLime, are they :Rye "WhifKey.t2: to $5 per gallon. Corn Whiskey, $2 to 82.50 per gallon 4 2amAr----------Lolumbia.! .... Lvtt:4sam 5 181\ 352p: h....Lacoocbee..... .I05p 112.fp.FlUa lO3a

not responsible to law They -ome boys: 'VhatYO amountto Rui' *2 to S2.50: per gallon. pple Brandy f 2:50tn_ $3'per gallon. Peach ll2namAr.... .. Spartanbutg.: .......Lv, :>IJllpm 540a 4 0ip "....Du1e City...... .10 ;Ipl g'l3a.:
IH.pmAr..IIellden.uville..Lvl 3 U "... .
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6-1Sa 5 0p .I-'iant 81\5a.
i" may escape the laws: of legislatures in this world depends upon Brau.ly, $2. DO to ;3 per gdlou.Vhi| Wheat Whiskey, f2.50 i reI' gallon., Ipm Ar. .... ..Ashyille ... ..Lv 2'Jpm) 7V1i i 5t"p ". .. ...'l'ampa.CitY... ...'. DI3D'' 80"Ja"

::. -,. but there are higher the ideas< which we have." Prompt, atteuiion iaikto" all orders \ 3 1\lpmAr..Knoxville.1'5'pm! Ar..Ilot Sprtng'LvlI4Gam' 840am ., '

]laws ;whose eternal verdict has Some: one: has said that-a per JUG TEADE A SPECIALTY. 130a.fEi.J.mAr.: Ar..Cmclllnati.::;:::: xlgton..L".....Lv IO-tOpru 81t'pm: ONLY TllROCGII PULLMAN SLEEPER "

who 3 3Oam'Lv..Cincinnati ......Ar 6 OUlJm
aims the
fbrtli.Voe unto him son at stars will 545pm A '...... .....-hlcago..Lv 900am BETWEEN JACRSONVILLEAND >-
gone sh'oot which C. M SPAKKMAN CO. Big Four. -
higher; simply Starke Fla.. -
that givetli his neigi bor drinks 83tamLv..CIncinnati.... ....Ar 6i..pm:
means that those who have .___-.u___ ._._ -__.--- -.- -- .......Chicago. ...... .. L830am NEWOIiLEANS 4'600pmAr ;
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S and putteth thy bottle to J Monl.n Route. _ _ _ _
the highest ideas will I 9(OamLv..Cincinnati' .... .Ar t U1Jpu ).:: : "
:accomplish Spanish ( :.NO' : WUlTJoRS DIVISIOS No. I
him and maket him drunken Barbarity.The ......
flhiclden's Arnica Salvo. 5 0)prn Ar. Chlcago..I1O()OOam 1 DaUYiD.lll; AND NEW OUL1IASS.: I Doily ';:
most. Aim high boys PennsylvanIa! I _1_ __ ."
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also. Heb. 2nd chapt.. Inversa. deadly] work at Manila Sr..LOUI4LOUISV1LLRJACKSONV1LLE 945a Lv..Jneksunvfllc.. Ar ( Op ..... -'- '4-
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The Best Salve in the world for : :
but don't imitate .
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geese who nyvery pII. J Ar. .Lal cCity..Iv UP.......
in the IN03. N03j'd. .....: .....
; was generally performed .1'N03l03:1 13tp: uU Live >ak. 41.p
high and then alight ina Cuts, Bruises: Sores, Ulcers, Salt 800; tS fIp; .v.. .Jack. n\'U1e .,.Ar-I.04)a9p: : 230p: 1)p ::... ..Madioa., -:: 31t'p -..-.. .
Ju tba corrupted currents of th's: cool of the morning. _-That Ii 0! .....rve\t..L1 ; -tipl .HJ.lt p .... mHlcclIO.... -O.p ......
Rheum Fever Sores Tetter 10 I n pI.\r. :\ : ,: ..
work ,- uUlu .flat. Don't fly high I Chapped 4 "tV."' ) ..).l'O'. ...... ......l\I''cou.. .,.. ... 10'1 :!ih. 4"p. .,..TU1aha.'ee....., 116p. ...... .:'
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the e events were fully appreciated Hands Chilblains Corns und 741 41=>a..Atlant"-.......' '1'L' QU1Y .. I. 3). .
and then in some barroom ) ; .... \f4l.a 5.J1 114.n ....... "
Offences gilued] hand shove by alight ..... 840p..Cbl>ttanon a.. 13Ur!...... ? u..Rh'erJunUon.. .. .
: may .. ...... ..... ... .... .. .It.IO'!.) .. ..Pt' ...
shown the ;h..Lexin toll. .. .afl.la. .
: .. juticl'; ., or other evil place. was by presenceon all SJvin Eruptions, and positively .1 -: .Loul-.vi:l' ......1 3 0.t ...;..:r..Ob..l(:... .... I 610a.... .u.....
And oft: 'tis seen, the wicked prIZt' His opinion was, "ideas control the Lunetta of thousands of :ures Piles, or no pay required. It :::::: ,..::::::. i.L1S-: ::::: I i4IJr\\. :: ::.,..".. 4( "New Chleans. ; ...:.... --c: .


itsolf: 1 the world" people. Hundreds of fashionably is guaranteed to give perfect sat SLEE1'JG CAB SEn'.) E. f -
jLys out the law: but 'tis not to
A.ESP. dressed Indies and isfj dill or money refunded. Price
above: :, 1, ; gentlernen"graced" I Nos. 35" and S3 Fast Hail. Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville and the Cincinnati .. .

There l is no shuffling: there the actiou the occasion with :25 cent per-_ .00%. Sleeper. 37 and via 38 AsheviLe.Nos. e-wry taroush Sleepers between Jacksonville!' and :New York In connection -
I with 8 and 13 and 7 i and 11 with fullrnau Sleeper.- between Jacksonville and Tampa. -
H In his nu-1} No. 33 into Jacksonville.Olii : .
true nature; we our-
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Mr. :John Mathias, a well known part: these fashionable came in core.. :.e connections at Cincinnati St. Louis! and Kansas: City for aU points West and South. -
-cl\"CiJ compel ltd : -- -- -- Nos. 1 a&t12 carry the Jacte-oaville-New Orleans Sleeper.
,Kvou to the trcth awl forehead of #tock deal .r of Fuhiski, Ky., says : their equipages. These ladies : tn.iily except Sunday. *Ually exctpt, Su.turtlayand Sunday. !JTblt train does not run
J. F. P. r\1cIlrrRRY Monday. &u.nday ana Monday only. jConnectlois at Tampa 'or St. Petertiburjf Manatee
our f.lults "After suffering! for over a week would stand in their vehicles Uiver and Key West and Havana steamers Steamer -llauatee: for all points Manatee
, l' river. At Siurke Tor LjL'ro--se.. At Waldo!steamer for Aelro-e. Conu&cls a.t Tallaha!> eutor
e To. glva in evi.leiici. ivlthliux; and my phvgiciati having DEALER: INFANCY CarrabcUs, St. Mark-j. and Ap.iUcbacoU.: Connects at RIver Junction for ChattaLoocbaIf.ver
determined miss
not to any part st. amer-i. Coaaects at. Fcrnaatlma for CUUl ell.lnd !:OUt S teanier to the islar.4i
-8iukoun! : { Hamid0'. rt1"ID failed to relieve me, I was advised and BI"Ul:>wtck. '
of the ghastly shoThe signal GROCERIES1 All bastfasre will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city ticket
to t'.y Chamberlain's: Colic, office, 10'!.\v. Bay Street. as well as:: .at the Union Depot ticket omce.
from the commanding lieutenant \\'. (OAMPJJE J. E. :MARSHALL .
B.
.KGTSSIXtS, A SO1Z1N:: : Cholera and Passenger Agent. ,
r- f Diarrhoea Remedy, Ticket .\ ellt't: >-t Bay St., corner hogan, Javksouville:: Fla.WALTEK .
Tlu nothing to me, the beauy said, and have: the pleasure of stating that the victims= were 1. KEEP- O. (Ji( LE r.\N, General Traveling Agut, Juc sonvil1e.

; With a curcles: toes of her proity dead was the signal for these A. O. MacDONXELL, Gen. Pass. Agent.ABSOIUTELY .
that; the half of one bottle cured The Best and Freshest Stock in Town.

head For sale !' J. L. delighted lady spectators to _
me. by Gaskins.
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The man is weak if he can't refrain -TRY :ME.- I'

From the cup :you say is fraught with Druggist. wave their handkerchiefs or .-

:; 11\iu- parasols as evidence of their 'RAILROADS. .1
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satisfaction.As 5outhernRailway.
The weather for the past
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week in has a general thing these were I
been the '
Tampa
:' When.. tears her eyes, were full of /Luruiu hottest since the establishment fdghtfully grewsome affairs. Cc & P. SHORT LIB{ ;:


Aud sht watched in lonely grIef and of the weather bureau at There was a firing squad of NORTH EAST WEST THE SHORTEST ROUTE. '

d real), i that place. five for each unfortunate. This t tU

And started: to hear a staggering. DEPARTURES. AND ARRIVALS OF TRAINS THHOTJGS p.TEOEOTJQHTAEE. DRAWING ROOM: CARS DINING CARS, t t'
squad of executioners would be ..
tread. The Rev. W. B. Costley of --:- COACHES, VESTIBULE TBAIN3.: -I
stationed about ten paces immediately STARKE FLA. -
It is nothing to me, the mother said F

I have no fear that my boy; N\ill tread Stockbridge, Ga., while attending to the rear of their NO.1 O. daily leaves 3:17 p. m., for all
pou1tNorth and West connecting at Jacksonville EAST AND WEST.
to his pastoral duties at Ellen- NORTH ,
._ The downwaid path of HiD; and shame. human target. In most instances Cincinnati with through sleeper for New York .._ .
and intermediate points. :
And cru ;&h my heart and darken liis wood, that state; was attacked by the soldiers N.O. 14, leaves 5:12: a. m. daily for same .t ."Iflk.<"

t ,-4. morbns. He constituting points named above, carrying through sleeper TWO DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND: THE EAST...
.. name cholera : "By
., .........,,' says i natives. Tampa and intermediate points to New York
the
: Butf. firing squad were connecting at Jacksonville with trains from
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chance I happened to get hold :Macon, Atlanta Chattanooga and .
all points .
and Southwestern Limited
It was something to her when that -.They were secretly in favor of north and west, also with trams for west -Washington ,
of Chamberlan's Colic -
a bottle Florida. Pensacola. Mobile, New Oilcans, Tex .
And the United States Fast AlaH.rLY .
only son and Diarrhoea the rebellion and no member of as. Mexico and California points. '
From the path of right was early Cholera Remedy, NO. 13 leaves 11:59 p. in. with connection

won, and I think it; was the means of the squad cared to fire the fatal (from rum New all points York.and divisions. Through sleeper .c 21 nouns: JAOISOOTILLE TO VASHINGTOTT. .

( And madly cast in the flowing bowl saving my life. It relieved me at shot. Consequently each man ei N connections O- 9 leaves from lC4a.m.! all points with north through west sleep-and ONLY 27 HOURS JACKSONVILLE TO NEW TOSS

r I ,A rained body and sin-wrecked soul.- once." For sale by J. .L. would aim for the arm or leg.. all For points the in best the map state.of the state, sleeper or ....., ".

Other information call on or write tOD.GREEN.Agent Colld .Yeittlyaled Trains compound of Latent ImoroT Pullman J.-y.ln:Care and Ilotal DaTHROUGH :'
T : It Is nothing to me, the merchant Graskins, Druggist. This of course only added to the .. la;Cora through without chang to VTiuhineton, &Ithjr. .

"c..i" ...". horror of the affair. N, Penntngton..- T. M. !Ctnrb-n'-'-"" VI..... Phihulvlphia, New York and tint!: Z&..

As over his ledger he bent his head. The. State Federal medical A. O. MacDonell. G. P.A.Jacksonville.
There was one occasion when Fla. '
I am buy tcdnwnh tare and tret PULLMAN DRAWING-ROOM SLEEPING CARS BETWEEN -
officials have flatly denied .
members
AuJ have: no time to i'rtnh and. fret- 13 leading of the Secret JACKSONVILLE AND NASHVILLE. _. ,,:

r But the existance of yellow fever revolutionary society, the !-TheA.. S, R. & G. R. H. t

4 It was something to him when over at Tampa Catapunan were executed. Through Sleeping Caw Daily Jacksonville to .

the wire' Departure and Arrival of Trains. Cincinnati, via Asheville, Through! ti1
There not
< A message came from a funeral pyre: There is more Catarrh in this was a single STARKE FLORIDA. I '
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"LAND OF THE SKY.
A drunken conductor had wrecked section of the country than all instance at this execution NO- 1 daily. leaves 7 a. m. for LaCrosse \
Brinkley and intermediate points. This train
a.traiu, other diseases put together, and where the unfortunate was connects with the G. S. & K at Sampson T'r tltat1f11f1 4lTtorm' M to rites +edn1ei. !lT -1n: car reservattcms,. etc., apply; tany
And his wife and child were among Junction for Palatka. Macon and intermediate a :eat of tUe Socxin.n: KAILWAT or Iii connections.
until''. the last few years wa? sup- killed: by, the first volley. In a points. _. .
the slain Satur
.., NO- 3 ays and Sundays only. Leaves "
posed to-be incurable. For a majority of cases three or four 5:3u p. m. for LaCrosse Brinkly and intermed L. A. SHIPMAH, F.crlda Pass. Agt., 213 Vest Caj Street, Jacksonville, Fix
It; Is nothing to me, the young man late points,connecting at Sampson Junction. .
doctors required and in for Palatka Macon and intermediate points. J. M. GULP. V. A. TURK, S. H. HARD WIO ,
pro- .
ware .
great many years volleys ,
.said; NO- S- second class. Leaves Starke 4:1}) a.m-' Tr&So Manager, G >n. Paw ..tgt.;: &.at. Oen.PaArt.. ., .
c ,?, In his eye was a flash:: of scorn_ audI nounced it a l local disease, and one instance five volleys were points.for LaCrosse.This train Brinkley is daily except and intermediate Sunday. Vuhlngtun:; ,D.a Waj': ui ton. D. O. Atlanta,O*.

lJril1e }local remedies and by NO. 2- arrives at Staike 12:It. p. m. daily. -_May 2, 1897.
; prescribed fired before the surgeon declared NO 4. Arrives at Starke at !Sh30 p. m. Satur. .. ,-- ._ ._, -- -:: __ .---- -
heed not) ; the dreadful things you consatntly failing to cure with i days nnd Sundays only.
: the'man dead. The announcement NO- Bsecond class, arrives at Starke. 5:30 p. .
tell. local treatment pronounced it m. Daily except Sunday. ..
I can rule 111) CJC. I knew'full.well-- that all were dead GEO. TOMPSETT.Gen. Rupt. S

But .; incurable. Science has proven Starke Fla. THE POMONA NURSERIESNEW
'was the signal for the music by ARTHUR MEIGS Gen. Mr.Jacksonville. : ,
Twas something to him when,in prisonhe catarrh to be a constitutional Fla.GAIHESYILLE ,

J lay therefore the band-gay, triumphal mu- 0 LO ) CATA189n C

.<.- The viciiin of drink, life ebbing away, disease: and requires sic.-Review of Reviews. { & GULF RAILROAD CO. -, WILL BE &ADY TO MAn. Uf OCTOBER.

,;-r As he thought of his wretched cuild j constitutional treatment. Hall'sCatarrh I TIME CARD NO.25. -
.
In effect'on One party writes as tofow? of ear 1897 catalogue
and after -
Nov.
manufactured 7.
and wife Cure byF.
, .- : "Will yon plta< tend me a copy of your
And the mournful" wreck of his 118ty No. I. No. 3. Ho. No. 4 : viuableNurieryCa aln! ue. I had a copy,bat
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: / J. Cheney &: Co. Toledo Ohio Skin Diseases r- -
'" Daily ex. Daily. STATIONS.Daily ex. Daily. havc ;ioauvd it. I find so many interestingthings
ed ute.f. Sunday. Sunday.Lv. ia it that I do act wisb to t*without a
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is the only constitutionaJ cure on ecp/"
: '.' ;,For the speedy and permanent cure of 720 am. Lv.300 pm. Ar. am. Ar. pm. Our new 1898 Catilojue will contain all the
the '
voted
t, ; Tis nothing to me, said, mnrket. It is taken t..GainesvGle..HOO 7 tJO7'a .
the internally
; ', tetter salt rheum and eczema, CKambei 3 10 f....Minnie Hill .,. 10M 653 --'- .,. -. -' good feature ot the 1897 catalogue besides many
f. :", Th part"s los is my greatest dread- in doses from 10 drops to a tea- Iain's" Eye and Skin Ointment is 7 30 3 15 t..Cannon's ling10 55 650 flew ones. Puny Illustrated wi.h many neirFhotograpblc
Views. We offer a loll line of
o 735 3201. -
.Rocky Point. 1050
645
'l'Iuln'e 111. volt* toxttiehiquortrade.' without It relieves the itching
It the an equal. 750 335 f..,. Wacahoota. JO 40 630: ,_L Fruit and Ornamental Trees and Shrubs adapted
Tho' hearts were cru hed and drunkards sp ouful. acts directly on and smarting almost instantly and 800- 345t..Flewel1en.103i 620 to Southern planting- Catalogue Free Ad4reu"ewe.lt

blood and surfaces of the its continued use effects a permanent 805 350t.Clyatt .... 1025 615
/ made- mucous barber's 810 ..- 355 .... Kirkwood... 1010 6 to THE GRIPPING BROS. CO.
'cure. It also cures itch itch and Most Prof1tb'ePcah
But offer hundred 815 400 I.. Elaiore...... ]1)0.) 605 FOMO A JCXSIMZS, XACClDT.1'.A.' ,
for Southern
"' system. They: one scald head sore nipples itching piles 817 405t.Tacoma 1000 600 -._,_._.__._ ._-_._-p---Planting.e.e.eeat..p----__
\Va5, something to him In after lfe| dollars for any case it fails *.tocu.e chapped hands chronic sore eyes: and 820 825 410 l5t..Micaoopy f... Taylor's......... 955 950 !555 550: __ __n _

V n daughter: became. a drunk- Send for circulars and granulated lids. g 35 4 25 f?.Tusca willa .... 9 40 43 \
: -JOB PRINTINGBring -
Iii wife .- 837 4ZOLLakeSUnoaton. 935 540 WE HAVE NO Acsrrrs .
i1ard's. ( testimonials. Address Dr. fadj's rendition PowJers for 843 4 33 t. .. .Hickman.. .-. 0 SO 585; ,
children cried for. $47 440t..Southside.... 925 5SO .., tc: fr.p fonD ftr f\7 at
lier hungry horses the best tonic. blood purifier .
A are 8 52 4 43 t._.Dungarvan .... 9 20 5 25 wbOlesle prices loci}) t4r.:: .Wi
read, F. J. CHENEY & CO., vermifuge. Price 25 cents.. Sold byj 902 500t...Irvine-,... 910 5,13., it to THE AuVOCATE office wb.ete for rcaaaloftt&a: paY f.'
I _. .... ...Fort Drane.. .... ... .... -. freight, both n-ajn It not tII Js-' ""
fathier'j Toledo *
hear their 0. : factory. lX fyl3 it
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::_ An 'A'tti!bled.. to Ar.am' A.rpm. : Lv.am. Lv.pm, L WE CAN DO IT. ,I/. .. Carriages: t -;'iG' f .

I '" j. '-.. .- j.I :JSold<; by Druggist, 75c.Hall's o;" _. j Subscribe, for. the ADVOCATE telegraph I.-flog stations.stations AS YOU WANT IT. {* #-' ..Ic. for Ilarnws 112 pa?.*PMU..tSo ?c'.,-. ., a

':! Pills the best.. and\ I keep J. F.BUNCH..Gea.. Pass. Agent. ,:. WHENYOUWANTIT ,i\ I :LLXVrcaGL'$35. "
"us to idly Family are posted. .. .. +
V.J. HESLQXG. Gea. Man. UAjjisa: :am.ca.o.iI'YV
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.. NEWSY LOCAL GtEANINGS.'Ii' TUESDAY'S LARGE BLAZE-! :- i :Mr. 'Frat k Armstrong, who has & =

.'' been working at Warnell for the past DOUGLASS : McLEOD; '
.. .1 i ii few;:months viMting friends in the

... 'IRS, ;ty.! I'' T eadis -
k : GATHEREDIN CITYANDNEIGHDORH00D. THE I HASDSOHE? ,HOME i OF LEVY 'J'he: g

'. j TOTALLY DESTROYED. : Mrs. .D. Green and ;little daughter'eft

f.;. ,1 .' .r ; j 1 Monday ,for Cedar Key where:1iey AND SHOE HOUSE.Our
; PECULIAR BY FIRE TUESDAY ; \ will visit relatives several days. CLOTHING .

> ITEMS. PERSONAL, PERTINENT," : MORHIKG. ': !j. fhey were accompanied as far as

\, Waldo by Mr. Green.

r; .; Old papers! for.sale: at this office. The Loss, Will. Probably, Reach'I .. The following prominent citizens Trade'is increasing every week: J

:. ; Fora good shine! Lucky, the Two Thousand Hollars. I .( from Lake Butler, were in the city That is encouraging, you bet!

'.: Tuesday morning everyone and Messrs ......
t.:, ; boot black Mr QlyatN of Providence, was in \Monday Tuesday: -
: .Yo. '.- in the city was startled by the the city Tuesday. Jtfseph Hill, W. J. :Epperson, J..C. We sell strictly for Cash] and the People
work this of-
to I
Bring your job I Byni, and .Mr. McDonald.Mr. ...
fee. AVe can please you. cry of fire, and it was.soon Mr. Fred Dawsonmade a business like it. We are strictly] Up-to-date and
: % ,
i found that the handsome home trip to Waldo Monday. Wm. Hollingsworth, accompanied
1' J h Now is the time to subscribe for by several young men
of Mrs. Alvarez in North
Levy Mr. T. R. Hodges of Cedar new consignments daily.
'e I Key, from this city whose names we were open up
: "The ADVOCATE" 25 cents
: Only Starke was in flames and beyond was in the city Tuesday.Mrs. unable to secure, left Saturday for
J. from now until Xmas. Boys Come and see Us.GEOEeGE .
: 'The fire Fernandiiitk where will ,
,saving department Jos. Eckert visited friends in they secure

'.. For Patriotic goods consistin or was oil "hand with;, the Jacksonville this week.. work. dt DEE_

... + "t,,' f hankerchiefs, envelopes, paper, engine in a very few: moments Mrs. L. B. Rhodes, of Lake Butler, Mr. and Mrs. D.. Q.Cole left Satur-
day for Gainesville where they will .
.'' etc., call on N. B Hull, after the alarm of fire was was in town Monday. '
.' take charge ,of a hotel atthnt place.
: Mr:E. H. Mulder made business =WILLIAM TYSON t
..' sounded but was unabll.tocOI a will = "
Mr. and Mrs. Cole greatly be
The Christian Endeavor services
Jacksonville .
trip to Monday.Mr. missed their Starve friends ..
by
., :; >e with the terrible flames many -
( were held in the park Sunday after which had gained such head- A. M. Ackerman, of the log who wish them every success. LIVERY SALE AND FEED STABLES

::' ': noon. '. The meeting was largely at- camp*, was in the city Friday. ,
Mr. J. W. Morgan left Thursday
tendedThe way in so short a time. Sev- -
: ,. Fernandina where he has accepteda ,
: eral brave men stood the fear :Mr. D. M. Wills, of Jacksonville, position in the Post-office" that )). H.STARKE, FL.iI \.. (- '(((
meeting of the Fruit Grow- visited his mother here last week.
..
;
ful heat and succeeded
however : place. Mr. Morgan has-had years of

1" :' erg, wjiicli was to have been held in saving nearly all of r. the llr. Jerry More and wife, of experience in the office at this I lace -I 1 Make a Specialty of[ Conveying Traveling( Men to Points in the Coantry.- .

last Saturday, was postponed until Theresa! were in the city Monday. and will no doubt be a:valu:tblc ad-
furniture etc. The house, wasa
,
Saturday after next ou account of Miss Hattie, Wills has returned dition to the Fernacdina office.
large two-story building and SECOND-HAND HARNESS AND BUGGIES FOR SALE.
the bad weather. ,' from. a visit to LaCro-se. Capt.Geo.Toinp ett returned home .
', .
was an ornament to that partof
I yesterday fronvBay View Michigan
Dr. E. L. Stewart made a professional
c. ', The ADVOCATE was in error lat the city. For a while it visit to Hampton Friday. where,he has been at the bed side of FOR

t/ week waen it stated that Mr.h1uider'a seemed that the house jut Deu'mark his wife who has been quite HI.We are
Misses .Ada and Onie glad' to state however that Mrs Tomp- PRINTING
JOB
PIRST OLASS
f : tobacco barn was 6 feet across the street_ ,which, belongedto attended church at New River Sun sett is rapidly recovering aud will -

,.," i': ": wide. We meant 64: feet long and :Mr: Sapp, was, sure, to catch day.Mr. soon oe able 10 be out again. BRING YOUR WOKK TO THE OFFICE 01THE

: f 28 feet wide by 20) feet, high. but the boys kept a constant J. \V. Hodges and son, Bryant,
and little T
.. :- Mr and Mrs C.' B. Out
visited relatives at Welbourn J this FLORIDA } WEEKLY ADVOCATE.AWE
,, ; FOR SALE.-One first class stream of water from the engineplaying week. / son, Charlie, left Friday for Quincy, t z f .

Electrical Telephone in good work. on it and it was ,;soon where Mr. Oat win take chargeof -
Mr. D. Weeks, one of LaCrosse' the Love House. Mr. Ost and
Z ing order, which cost when new out of;,all.danger. Mrs. Alva-
'r prominent! iness men, was iu the family will be greally missed by their
..': $35.00. Has not' been used over rez' loss will probably reach city Sunday.Mrs. many friends in Starke who wish PRINTCARDS -

six month. Apply,at this office. $2,000, as the house was not. D.: Weeks, of LaCmse: is them success in their new location. r fk ; ( IS,
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Mrs. Emma Richard has insured. It is said that the visiting her mother, Mrs. C.A.vms, CHECKS, I 3 Ld.- isTICKETS f
in this city. About one month ago my child I
fire was caused by the cook 1 f JAJNKS[
the ,
stand
"bought confectionery
which is fifteen months old had
;, ? formerly owned and conducted by dropping a burning paper on Mr. J. C. Davis and daughters ENVELOPES, |!tf CIRCULARS; ,
attack of diarrhoea
\ returned Monday from a visit to an accompa- '
.; T). Q. Cole the of the the oil can. She had been using BILL HEAD ,STATEMENTS,
on '
..... corner Waldo. nied by vomiting. I gave it such I I.
,- the chicken NOTE HEADS, j | LETTER IIE.\.D
wharf Mr. Richard Fernandez paper to singe a ,
.t Mr.\ Geo. Douglass visited his remedies as are usually given in

will conduct the business in the with, and accidently droppedit parents at Lulu yesterday.Mr. such cases, but as nothing gave ETC., ETC., ETC.

.. future. on the oil can which immediately relief, we sent for a physician and

exploded causing the S. 'Permenter was union, ;; the it was under his care for a week. WE MENTION THE IMPORTANT ',
-' EDGERTON, MICHIGAN: Lake Butler visitors to Starke this:
'
flames to leap as high'as the At this time tha "child hnd been .
!- week //Skilled
.:! :, Mrd. Geo. Tomp ett has recover- 1< Printers.
.. r T edenough: from l.er recent illness cealing in a very few seconds.Mr. Mr. Felt Long left Tuesday fo sick for nbont ten days and: was ,

Lee Hoffman burned his Feraaudma where lie will visit It.:! having about twi'iity-iiv-1: operations REQUISITES--- { PIICl\ ., :
a to be removed to her cottage at Bay i
':,'., face and hands severy! while brother, Lj;, uteuaut A. V. Lung.Wr of the bowels: every tw lvlnurq _'jO- /, 'T.}
View, Michigan: by being accompanied '- ..:... l'CSSCSWe ;: '
mid \\ereconviu--oil; tl.at -
a by her physician! and :Mr. Geo. helping carry the furniture o.it. N.W ilackett I left yesterday fur :
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New York whore *ae will buy hit unk s It soon obtained relief it ,...f'Ui1 Ou'iDJon .1; \ \ jy.p c.
Tompse'tt and Mrs. C. J. Husband. Besides this no one else was I ....:.. .
Fall and Winter stock of (oods. would not live. ChnmhcrlainV, .
hurt. Mrs. Alvarez has rent AiKlaaa .
,; The Starke ADVOCATE changes Miss Dora Wainwright returned Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea \
ed the house owned :Mr. T.
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by
", ,. Lands again. Mr.\ Aver G Powell home Saturday from a pleasant visit:: Remedy was rocommrndt-d, and I \\inc. -
'. ,:M A. Knight near the electric with relatives at Wainwright, Ga. ,
mounts: the editorial tri pod. "Wevirh decided to try it. I soon noticed

'- Avery abundant success. He light plant, where she will. reside Mrs. Wm. Anthony, of this city, I Is I a change for the better; by its : WE HAVE ALL' TH ZSE. ss& i

until she rebuilds. spending two weeks visiting her
is qualified to keep it up to its continued: use a complete cure --
mother. Mr>!. Gardner, at Wrightsboro Solicit a Trial Order Eatisfootion 'Jnar !1tccd..
HI brought about and it i is
present standard, and wo trust that Ga. was now .

: : }his journnlistic harqne will have a What is the matter with the Fernandina perfectly healthy.-C.: L. f'occs.Stnmptotvn I OfL in rotofT.ce: Building? : Call and See Us-

Mrs. E. S. Mathows left Tuesdayfor Gilmer Co. AY Va. _'_ __'_ _______ r __.. _. __
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smooth sail Oranga Leaf. excursion? Firnandiija where the will visit --

her husband, E. fc Mathew For sale by J. L. Gaskins, Drug
-- Capt. > *, .
Election
Mi: es Ada Wynn and Cora Boneless. ham and salt mackeral, of Company M.JVIr. gist. Inspectors.At COUNTY HAPPEMGSIlauxptou
a regular meeting of t.,e county -
whites]
., Serious gave a delightful party at grocery
J. W. his:
Hicks -eturnel 1 froma commissioners which \\as heldon
at the residence of Mr. Zeek AYuinwrijjht School Board l-roccedin-s..
Fresh rolled oats at. AVliite'o, visit to Fernn.dina. Mr. Hicks SOS -..
1 the followiiiinspectors
..; .. & in South Starke last says Kemamliua is alive witu Uncle Board met per&nant:; to adjourn Aug. ,

', >: 1I' Friday night. Several couples of grocery Do yon i cat? Go to McMurry for Sara's boy ment. G. "W. Aldeiman, L. l"'. and clerks for the coming :Miss Beula Haynes, lias

and Mr. S B. Denmark Kickliter and T. D. Ked ester Court Ilor.se election were returned from a pleasant visit to
: .. young people were present groceriesJust ; our popular -

,. ,< passed away the evening pleasantly received a large supply of sheriff, made a business. : trip to L-iw-I. present. The County Superintend ap poii.ted. i'elatives at Zif. v
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(: playing social 1 games. tey Saturday. ent's report was received and the District No 1., I Ker. Jordan and family of

: ; Mr, fi.1S'. happened to avery Buckeye rolled oats McMurry ; Mr. W. G..Seale one Hampton's teachers wore aligned i : to the Charles Churchill' ,. /:".1.. I Live Oak, have moved to

4 For fine fresh groceries.Go toMcMurry. wid '-awake busine men, was in following schools George. Pcre-\* ';: .
I AYe to-
Hampton. are glad
:
; IIaifulacidcntSunday morn Saturday.
town -T
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; .M, L. Loa horz! I
:, ing. lie had started in the stableto : \ ', Miss* Ada_ :Mc Iurry'visitl'd Misses J. II. Crosby,-Under Hill, i have them in our midst, and
Jnspnctor1! : :
:,
;, bridle! his horse when the hoive King Grape is fast taking the Emma and Oulda Tennant at Ward School. "NVi Ii wish them success in their busiwsst. -
: Thomas} i itch cad. ; lerk.Uistrict *
kicked him on the hip h1"ni siglom pi'*ce of the season'tJ. !: departingwatermelons. City Sunday.Mr. Macgie Clyatt: ,-Byliiifr, School.J. : No 2. :-.... i .
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: ,_ very badly. The hurt altliong'i' not ? Lutha Loadhotz! one of Law-o .II. lll'OWll1Cniver: \ W. II. Edwards' c ;; I Quite a number of Hampton's.
is and 1 The well under the 'fire tey'a prominent citizens, was in the ,. :
painful public : School.
very dangerous very ,
... J). M. Gornto, citizens: went to Starke Mon
'M: 'it will take Mr. Hackott s; eral Lli tower has been repaired and is city Wednesday.Mr. Hullen f Horn first assistant, J. \V. Xiekol.-?, {"" I

SS to from it. now ready for u R. F. Ensey, of the U. S. I day.
days entirely recover e. Lake Butler i ;
Jmrcct; '-
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,. Engineering Corps, was visiting : .
:}
:'," Jack Robinson and Hour,) Pit:;rli, The Providence people are have- friends in this city Sunday. Mattic Chapman,-'-2nd assistant. J E. ATaines, cleric. .. Prof.l'. B. Ilartig, of Lake

\" /" ('coloied,) were lo :Iged in the count. lug a big, picnic and. bctrbicue to-day Maj. T. E. Bugs left Tuesday for Ome; Adkins,-Gail ford, School./ District; JXo 3.. "; J.' Butler, was in town Sunday.

." of i Barlow where he will visit!:! his -Genie 1\ight-: Little Spring*, FO. Lamb i d (Tlfere ia a charm in this town
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::c....;. ,:\ jail Monday on a charge Almost all of the vacant barns in : .
daughter, Mrs. Epperson"and Miss SC lQoI. I J. 13. D.Jwlmg, ;!-J' for :Mr. Ilartig.
". breaking and entering the F. C. & the county are being used as tobacco Es.t'lie bugg.Mi '

''r.. I'. ticket office at Lawtcy on July storehouses. Lillie Matthews,--assistant: Law F. M. :McLeod, .. '".: :! \Ve are sorry to state that

-. I> 3rd, 1898. Robinson and Pngh were :s Jo-ie Flemming, one of tey, School. J InpcctoJ1: :; ,> ff::is:
Mr. J. Allen's is
When'' you need .shoesand )hats, : Starke's M<'omplished young ladies, :.I t baby very
k; : ... _. captured in Jacksonville! Saturday call on 'me' and save: is visiting friends and relatives in Mrs.\ -W. B. DC:1n-Fir.t; : assU i J. H. Scarborough, clerk.. l lDictriut 1 sick at this writing, but Ave
money.
'.' t night by Deputy' .Sheriff Henm tt, J. M. ALVAREZ.Troops : : Jacksonville this week hint Hampton: School. No. 4. i i hoe; for its speedy recovery.Mr. .

((7'.' -,-: .if Lawtey. Thc will be .tried thi : Cora Session?,Sampson River, A\r. O. Clyatt, .

.. ,.. week. continue ,to pass: through Mrs. E. W. Burroughs left Tuesdayfor School.1 C. C. Odom, ; Silas Johnf?;.,..of. Wahlor
f!, : ,, Tallahassee, where she will visit ;
-' to Fen muu.lill D. J. Harden was in town Sundayv.Camp .
en-ioute
{ '.: ....; Here are my prices on Guitar. relatives for several weeks. Minnie\ 'Parish.-Rising,.School.<< "0-. i

if ': : i Mandolin, Ari(;Jlin and, n njo.t The nights have been very beautiful Mrs. B. R. Witkovaki left Saturday Laura StricIdanHivcrs, School. Ins.flcctorf: ; r /..' fishing parties are get-

; .. ::. brings; GuitarjE: B and" G, two this week; waat's the matter night for Tampa where ihe will spend De Witt. ,-Unity, School.W. 'J. W. Osteen, clerk.,. .,. t: ting to be quite a fad in town.A .
Dictrict 5.-.1': ]
t f+r 5 cents; D,. A and E, 5 cetftK.Mnndolin. with straw rHe. a few weeks with her husband.. who 1L Savage,-Donley! School. 'o.' ;; .' few Hampton folks attended -
is working in that city. Thoma* Godwin, -:.' ,

c- Ennd A,two- for 5 cent*; A party of Starke's"young pcoplu: The S.L.LA gwein ice cream 'I. W. Pinholster 1 : ;:4 J, the Union meeting, at K \V'Rh.er
.,
; !41s Hellen
U'8tJrl G 5 cents. Banjo, 1st, Richard, who has been '
: :will picnic at Kingsley lake. 'to tlllt'ndln several weeks social in the City Park Tuesday II. S. Adkin*, '- ';:;' Slinda}:
visiting
f ...- ,..,. -2nd, 3rd and nth, two for 5 cents; morrow evening: returning ]hoi 1s.l iativ*-s In WaMo, returned home re- evening which. was largely attended._ : t I I1Jsector.fjP} '.:.,;,', Mr.V.. G. Settles ana ri.1miJ.rhn"e ,
E and '
4h, 5 cents. Violin l !strings, : l by moonlight., }' Saturday. The Starke Cornet Band wa! p're J T. P. Red-ester, Clerk.. *
moved in their and
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f; A..two; for 5 cent7 D and G, 5et ""
(f' ent and the delightful music fur- Dictrict No. f. -
Messrs. Jessie Lewis anti BloxhamVarl
Without a doubt I have the foinodious little on
'. nts.. Gut Violin and( Banjo cottage
,,:: i > ', two of Ward City's popular nished by them_ helped to make die 'R. Sparkinan. .4. :

:.. urines; 10) cents a .piece. The finest and m >sc- complete. line |of' young gen'lfmeu, visited. frieud&Ju evening one of great cnjl) 'll1ent. C. L. Peck, ., : again slieet.'
than hats,, shoes: and gents: furni:hil'gs 1 The Ladies netted something over .- ": <
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E' live prices are cheaper: the city Friday : J. C. The Hamilton Orange L*uf,
:". _... '. have been guM+i in ] in I Bradford. county. ;J. M. ALVAUKZ $ 10 on the ice cream and cake Richard, ,
strings ever .
: : )1 rt. J. W. Morjrm, left Saturdayfor .. lihpect'T.vr.tA. -; has changed its JH'tart: to tliNett -

"'. : i radlord 1 county before. Yon get I'! 4 Kerimndin-t where .*he will join ---- ., '' .. Crb.-by, Clcrk. Tropical Pal";({, e.Stu .
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'/. If. : lour money's worth when you. buy |!I It I. Robinson and Pugh the tvotlsrf U T'husband, 'Mr. J. W. Morgan' who LOST !,I _.. -_- '

: ." ; from l ]break! {is working iu the Postoflice at that Monday afternoon in Starke! DIair Miss. Jennie kntiiu;; has
mc.i6. Respectfully, j jK. j' :iuee who were charged with ) Mr. : Powell, oi; Co 31.,

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