The Florida weekly advocate
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Title: The Florida weekly advocate
Alternate Title: Advocate
Alternate title: Florida semi-weekly advocate
Portion of title: Florida semi weekly advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Texas R. Hodges
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 20, 1899
Frequency: weekly[may 26, 1898-<1900>]
weekly[ former -jan. 27, 1898]
semiweekly[ former feb. 1-may 17, 1898]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Publisher: F.M. Prewitt, <1899>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 21 (Jan. 27, 1898).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060857
oclc - 33896901
notis - AKP8950
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System ID: UF00086620:00057

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Ail Alarm of Fire. In Judge Richard's Court.In .

W. B. Ilayncs. N. J. Jones. Tuesday about 10 minutes to County Judge Richard's .
twelve Mr. N. C. \Yainright'shan Court Tuesday morning in the CASH TALKS I f

some two-story residencein case of G. T. Pearce and C. C. .

"DO'VN vTITH the Northern part of the city Smith, of Lawtey, vs. W. K. SO DOES A PHONOGRAPH, ,
:., caught on fire on the roof of Bennett, of Highland, on a
the piazza by the kitchen.It claim for work amounting to
had Our Goods talk for themselves. If you buy: you WILL TALK to
TRUSTS just commenced burning $51.33, the jury rendered a ver-
when 1.Irs.Vainright, happening dict for$31.33 for the plaintiffs.The your....friends about the extremely low prices at which we are
sellrug goods. In Remembering the Maine rememberthat
to look up, saw the trouble arose over Mr.
house ablaze. She called Bennett we are still at the same old stand selling Books,
was having his house painted .
Is, the battle cry of the Democrats for help, and in response to her by :Messrs. Pearce and Music, Musical Instruments, School supplies,

cries several men came quicklyto Smith, and failing to settle in Stationery, Etc., Etc. The lack of space
? the and p prevents us from saying more, but come
"Down with High Prices scene hastily put full with them.Attorneys -
and be convinced.Morgan .
the fire out before it had timeto J. T. Wills and

: spread more than two or A. V. Long represented the Brothers

is our motto. : three feet. plaintiffs and D. M. Gornto Mr. ,
In the meantime the fire bell Bennett.Mr. .
; I had been and -
: rung every one STARKE FLA.
left their dinners to hurry uptown J.V. Morgan left yesterday .
and see where it was. The I for Pablo Beach, where -- r
fire he will make arrangements to

:1900[ Will promptly department to the call,responded but wentno j I i I! get a cottage, which wiil be occupied STATIONERYIScJlool !

further than T. A. Knight's by his mother, Mrd. A.
residence on Walnut street Morgan, who has been very ill

Tell The Tale.Our when they learned that the fire fora long time. Mrs. Morgan .
was out./ i I I leaves to-morrow and will be Books, New and Second-Hand.

The origin of the fire is Unknown accompanied by her daughter,
Everything new and up-to-date in the way of Tablets, Box Pa +
Goods talk for themselves. People are but it is generally believed Mrs. Lula Miller, and her pers, Envelopes, Etc. We sell these cheap. A good
that from grand-dangter, Miss Eva Miller,
a spark Ink Tablet three for five cents. ,
Hue caused it.Powell's. and Miss Ruby Powell. The This is not the place where they do a CREDIT Business and make
learning where to find Shoes Hats Clothing party will remain there for a CASH Customers pay the difference.
Fever Cure. month
or more.
Mr. A. G. Powell has purchased -I I --EE Agency for the Crescent Bicycles s>-
Mr.J. J. Young, our former .
Groceries Grain Hay Hardware blilli- the controling interestof The Wheel That Stands tip"
express agent, after a pleasant
the Southern Chemical Manufacturers Crescent Juvenile, 823.00. Ladies' or Gents' best Chain Wheel
visit to relatives in Green CoveSprings
of the late Dr. Pow- 635.00. Chainless $60.00. All '09 Models.

:. aery Goods, Undertakers' goods, Etc ell's Never Fail remedies, and several days accepted ago a with position the Tuxedo Sewing Machine, Drop Head, S35. ;

will manufacture and put the Southern Express Company at All kinds of Musical Goods, Strings, Etc. We make the price.
above remedies on sale at an the terminal station in Jack- Don't forget the name nor the place.

--- early date. Dr. Powell's Never sonville. He came here yesterday N B. HULL Postoffice
Fail Fever Cure has a reputa- and visited relatives in Building,

tion of being one of the best the city, paid the ADVOCATE ...
THE FAIR SEX fever cures on the market, and office a call, and returned to
has already a large sale in the Jacksonville this morning. FOR FIRST CLASS JOB WORK: CALL

r I southern States. Capt. J. C. Richard, who has AT THEOFFICE

Should bear in mind the fact that we are i Mr. A. G. Powell tour will starton in been confined to his bed for sev- Of The % an advertising a
eral days with a severe case of
week or two, and will thoroughly bilious fever, is improving rap- .- ..

preparing to order the finest line of Fall and canvass the State. We wish idly, and will soon be able to _"_'JI'_.. .. .. .. _.t .. "f. .. .i'_. 'Ii. .. .._... .. .. .. .._.. .. .. .. .. ..-.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .J .. EvW J.LE'fo -
be about again. e J. .. .. .. .. . .. . ....... . _._....... .
him success in his new ven- .1 -- : . !.-!.-!.-. . !. . . ..!. .
ture.ADDITIONAL. Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Winter Millinery goods ever brought .to Starke PERSONtL.Dlr. who reside in Jacksonville Reynolds, arrived -, *! 11

.- here yesterday, and are I
J. ",'T. Sydboten, our' 1 visiting Mrs. Reynolds mother, IDO'T CAREI I .!:

hustling com' issotl man, madea Mrs. Ervin Johns, for a few ::;:\: ::'ilI'I :

AND VERY CHEAPlor : business trip to Hampton :: \'P:/: WHAT YOU THINK, but it stands an :;:I{:.

yesterday. daj's.CASTORIA ::\\)1:1::),::I:: undisputed fact that I sell the best and freshest ::!\::

Mr. Brooks Shipman, one-of ::b\!:\,:: Groceries for the least money of any store _in ::

the next thirty days we will sell our L wtey's prominent young gen For Infants and Children. i"'\(\1.1) Bradford county. I have in this line anything :.::1 ::.
tlemen, was Bradford's Capital Be Kind You Have Always BoughtBears :(::0:1):): you may wish at the very lowest prices. ::.1./::
yesterday. :,::0/1\::\

stock of MILLINERY in order to make room Mr. E. II. Gillen, one of Signature the of Q dfdathushek : ./ BUT THIS ..j'P.-

I Jacksonville's prominent citizens *,. .:l l1\ \:!.:

'J tor new goods.DON'T and ,Tuesday\was in attending the city Monday to busi Pianos -.'..IJ. IS NOT ALL. My stock of Hardware 1:1::!;: :::
: : : is unsurpassed in this of the
{ i part State. I have :/:!i::
ness. are pianos with a name. :.:./:.: anything in this line to suit the tastes of all at ..
:' .... -- -"".. .'. MISS :Maude Steinmyer, one }.. remarkably 1 low figures. 1"( .
.4.'tr..c:: Pianos That Have a Reputation :.i.,:.,,..
of Starke's popular ladies .
young .I
second to none. They are the .. .
left Saturday for Lake kind that have stood the teat!: of !55 FURNITURE .. .
FORGET THAT WE ARE land, where she is visiting rel time and satisfied the most critical } I. .:
atives. musicians in every way.
Arc Not HJ:: :: FOR EVERY ROOM in the House, of
IN'LINE ON GRAIN GROCERIES The many friends of Mrs. J. They i all qualities, styles and prices. Before buying
old style pianos that have been
F. P.
will be
McMurry to
glad i in this line
anything call and ,
rented for years, and then! offered see me, for it is
learn that she has recovered. as great bargains, nor are 41L. well known that I have the largest stock of Fur ,',
ETC. ETC.Coffins sufficiently to be up and about they "cheap, Iow-grad piano, niture ever brought to Starke.
once more. .. made to sell "at half-price." .

Mrs. J. Hampton Jones, who Every Piano Is New .\\. FULL LINE :]:

.._-..._-........_....._. ..__.__._...-..... .__.__._-....- ..,.,..,.....,._.,-. .,.....-- ,_....__.... .. has been stopping at the New and every part is madE in the .
,. ,, -: _. u-.-..........-_.-..... .-, .-. .. 1UATJIUSIIEK 1 .
--:2-:: .ttiiJI. '''''' J"'" '''''''' -.. -.. ."_' .* !
-- -- -- ----- -- Commercial, went.to, Callahanlast'Saturday
/' factory, which is a guaranteethat : t, OF UNDERTAKERS' GOODS, Coffins ::i I;:
'to spend a few it will last a lifetime. '' :
Caskets and Burial supplies. Consultme before
days visiting friends. Why Take Chances
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purchasing elsewhere.
3, ) and Funeral supplies a Mrs. J. L. Burroughs, who on cheap pianos,when the OLD, Uj:

had been visiting relatives at AND RELIABLE can be bought MATHUSHEK at prices- Full Line Hay Grain and Feed.

her old home in Knights, ne. and terms to suit you? .'
specialty Also fine Furniture. Plant City, returned to her There are over 15,000 MATHUir 1.:! :. REMEMBER'' :. :1t

home here. Monday after a most BHEK pianos in the South. 1.... _.!.,.1 ..

enjoyable:trip.A "You should MATIICJSIIEK have one.PIANOS" GENUINE )l.:: .". THAT THIS IS the stock of Goods formerly :.,h, t
::\:: owned by A. Floreus, and is one of the :.)..
Don't forget the place. party consisting of Mr. Are sold only by
largest;; and most complete in this section of I I.I. I.
and Mrs. J."T.. Hodges and HIDDEN &BATES'S.M.H.FRED -I. ..; Florida. Yours Respectfully, .:..,...
their two little children and N. ({
KANX, Manager, Jacksonville : :
: J. Jones and son, DeTVitt, leftfor Fla.,.29 East Bay Street. : (: G. C. LIVINGSTON.4.: .

;7. W.' HAINES CO. Asheville, N, C., Tuesday 'NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. f L k Next to Postofflce! :-: Starke, V;. yFlorida
13. where they will spend the sum :
: : Notice is hereby given that the hrs a(.,rOy;- : :
mer., They anticipate a pleasanttrip eU & Frewltt.Publishers Florida Weekly Advocate
.STARK FLA. and all will), no doubt, be M.Prewitt has been remaining dissolved with brmutuatconsent the paper. 't-.-'f"-_44'f"..oo-'f" 41; _Tv.-'E..>-lTi. 1TTr f=r:.in
:- .. greatly benefited by the chang' IF. A.G.:I'URELr.Stsr i'. f \'' !\ 'Jl! ;. !\- "1i't:
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Florida Weekly Advocate. 1 MEDICAL. I .

-PUBLlSEEQ---: > EVERY THURSDAY possibilities In discussing in the the South industrial the .. FLORIDA CENTRAL & PEBINSEAR R. I

t,mBTARKE Savannah News thus dwells -:::=-.,:-::.- >>'S -..:-)?!:?i;:_ .. --i. ----_-:= .:.::: ::: :u .: _::.:_"::'::..:..::. .
TIME TABLE IN .EFFECT JUNE 11, 180?. All Trains Daily. _
FLORIDA. the facili-
upon shipbuilding

f.U.P2EWi ITT. E. S.FERNANDEZ. ties : u wbwiauMllrARiNrwfN191ma: Nnnm.ctpnw+w NORTH & J.S1' t 1I. 3d. :8. : S01J'.UU..RN DIV1 .IOU. I-, .._ 9 I 1.2:..

Then CASTO RIA Lv.: Starke............... S 40a: 2 l.p; t 215p :Lv. Starke................. ...... 1o64a I007p'
PREWITT & FERNANDEZ, there is the shipbuilding ..v. ck.oQville......... S ktJa 145p 430p :Ar. 'VAJdu .............. .. ....... 1125u.I041p'
tar. Fernandina.......... : I, 5.0: ,,) '.Ar. Oa1Des le............. ....... .I Olp!......
EDITORS and PUBLISHERS. industry which, it seems to -r." .........113511..1.: 1 POp Ar. Cedar Kt=)'s..r. ..._........ ....';: ; :::':"..
!\. Brunswick..... .... ...... Ar. Sl1verSprlnII.! ......... ..... 143p ......
us, offers exceptional opportun ; For Infants and Children. I\r. Sa.vannah...... ...... ....... Ar. Ocala.-........ ..... l37p liSaAr. '
SUBSCRIPTICN RATES. ,- Fairfax.---. Y2Jp 154x._. .. Ar. 'Vtldwood............- ...... 23tp 240&.r.
ities. It is !\. Denmark.............. Y 42p 2 423 ._..0. Ar. Leesburg......... ...... ...... 307p 430aAr. ,
.... .. .. pretty generaIlyagreed .n' -
aide year......... ...... ............!1.00 ......... 6f1.j ,........ Tavarer..... .......... .... &20a
SIX Monthst. .. ......... ..... ................ 50 that there is to be Augu-tan Columbia.Oa.............. 4 945p 3bp ..M3....... Ar.r. Orla.Iido.... ............ ...... 3Z3p[lOOp 8 2O&Ar. i1 l lAr. ti.
Three ... 25 a Aii1ItF;: The Kind You Have A ;evWe.............. ......_. 1lOp .. Ar. Wmter Park......... ........ 527p&r ......
great revival of the American Cinclnn tl...... ...... ........745 ....... Ar. Owen.oorO.............. ...... 345p 4 133Ar.
Strictly in. Advance. Charlotte N. C. ..... 840 g 15 ...... Ar. Plant City.............. ...... 4 gyp 5 28& '
merchant marine. I\r. Da.n\'t11e. t'a. ........12. 35a 130 ....... I\r: _.1'nmpa............... ........-.. &SOJ 63OaAr
Indeed the Always Bought Richmond Va....... 8 Wa 6151 ... .. TAHKE & JACKSONVILLE 10 14Ar ,
Ll nchburg...... M45aM Sp ....... ; _' f
OFFICE : revival has already begun, as Jj\rc6ctabcPrcparationforAs-! Ar. Cl1ulottesv1lle. ...... 4 50a 5 2 p ....... .Lv. Rtarke......... .. ...._..... i13p b40a J.iAr. ';
Wo.shingtou..... .... 7 4Va \9 OfIp. .... ArJacksonville.... ._........ ...... 3ssp 155A
fup may be seen at any of tho large similatingtrocdendlle utatulg Ar. Hult1mure... .......... 9 1.11125p.... -
STATUS IN HEilMINGWAY they;is r sendBail of Bears the Ar. PhUade1i-hta......_. 11 S5a: 258' .... _. WEST. DIV. &; N. 0. 2Ar -- 1
shipyards. The Marine .... ...... 6231........ -
BUILDING ON CORNER CALL Re.1 Ar. New o<.ton.york...... ....... .. 2J3Pj Ih.JpI305p..... Lv. Starke....... .... ...... ....... b90a ;....15p vNuR'rti

AND WALNUT STREETS. veivv_says there are at the present k NUK'WES'l'. H s6 _38 Lv.Ar. Lake City.ville..:::::::::::. ......... lISa 9Oa 1025p 615p' ?.a

time upon the stocks of SignatureProtnotesDigcstionCheeTful j L V. St ar k e.................. (......)a -2lap- 215p Ar.Ar. Madl Live Oak...n..................."."........ ."........ 1218p Ilpp 12 23011.26& f
Hates. A' ;Lv. Juck.onvfc............ 8a 1-15p 430p I Ar Monticello......... ... ...... =EOie -140& {
Advertising American shipyards not less I j Ar. F.verett.......... .. .. .. IOaa 955p 750pAt. Tal1 h8b .......... ...... 3:18p: GOO&
Ar. ee.
nessarea lest.Containsneither Macon_........ ....... 4 40p 2 4ia ...... :> 439p 825&
Our advertising rates will b" as reasonable than 70,000,000 worth of of Ar. Atbt1tllo... ....... .... 1-&ap 505a Ar. Quincy. '
vessels ;
AS consistent with keeping! up a good news Opmm.Morpliine :Iwr uta ral. Ar. Blrmm t.am............ ...... lI20a ..1120a.. ;
I NARCOTIC. Ar. DfempuL'... ........... ...... 93IP ...... ... ...... ...... t
It Is the purpose of the publisher to ; not including small craft :NOT Ar. ffoblle...... ... .... 305a
paper. .
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Ar. l an asCitr.: 535p ....... ...... TIOa ...... f
nttractlre with only _ t ..... Ar.J w Crle.1ns.: ,
Issue a clean newspaper:: ... Ar. hattanooga.. ... .. .. 92a.
such a proportion of advertisements as will of any kind. These are large n- Ar. LexIngton.............. ...... Soap ... .. ,
I Ar ..... ........ ...... 130p ...... '
Insure that all will be seen and read and none craft, ships for the navy Lba Q'OUlDrSWll.ELltTClIE1'um Ar. t.1ncl.nnaU.Lo uuv 1 lie......... ..... ...... 13Op...... t-Leave Fernandina for-. ;
buried behind a mass of others. Rates will SadR Ar Saint Louis............. ...... 10411 ...... I
be uniform and Vfll be made known on appli and the merchant service. And Ar. Chicago ............... ...... 115p... .. JacksonVllle 7:2: a. m. and I IiTLINTIO
SdiAnire ,- Ar. Detroit................. ...... C 15a ...... 1 .
cation. nearly all of them are being JcedJyyrnnmt Ar. Cleve1:4nd.: ................... 645a ...... 6'.15 m r
.= Th Ar. Indtanapoa3: ...... ......1.. I1Q'ip ...... P. .
constructed of iron and steel. 3v6aMfrSJ e Ar. Columbus .................. .. I30H ..... .
TUB of Admiral Dew- f ibrmJ ml.
salary i
Where these vessels be-

ey amounts to $37.50 per day.A. ing built? All of the shipyardsof Apc Remedy for Constipation I K1 I n d Arrivals at Jacksonville from the North and East, No 35 at 9:00 a. m.. j

G. POWELL has sold his importance, except that at ,Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea No. 33 lit 7:40 p. m. Fr. m the North and 'sttNo.37,9:10a. m. ;

Newport News, are in the Worms.Convulsions Jcverish- From the Wst, No 1, 7-2. p. m. From the South, No.14, 7:55 a. m.,. i

interest in the Starke ADVOcate ness and LOSS OF SLEEP. You Have No. 10, 3:58 p. in. ;

.to R. S. Fernandez. Sue North or on the Pacific coast. .. Nos. 35 and 36 carry Pullman Buffet Sleepers between Jacksonville and; :

There is no shipyard of any TacSimile Signature ofGam. New York and between Jack onville and Cincinnati Asheville. Nos. :
cess to both. -Metropolis. i
with the single 33 and 34 carry Pullman Bullet Sleepers between Jacksonville and New '
consequence, Always Rought.mo
NEW YORK. York. All meals betwein Columbia ami New York served On dlnlngcar ..:
TIlE pineapple this exception noted anywhere in
crop year with trains 35, 36. Nos. S6 and 37, Cincinnati Florida and Havana

has been much smaller than the South. Limited. N<>s. 13 and 14 carry Pullman Bullet sleeping cars between "

that of last, and consequently Meantime the South is supplying CASTORIA'TN Jacksonville; and Tampa. 4

the prices have been higher. and will continue to supply r Steamers for Key West and nn"nnno. 9 makes connection"

\SmAPPEB.. at Port Tampa with steamers )leaving :Mo:! days, Thursdays and Saturdays;.' ..
a very large proportion of
McKiNLEY is like house No. 13, with those leaving Tuesdays and Fridays.
the freights which make the Ji_.-:....: ;: ;,__: '':''-: --'_,_ :'_ : :: _:..:" : __ d : '. __ Nos. 1 and! 2, deeper btv. en New Orleans and Jacksonville. t
that fronts both In oth-
ways. coastwise steamship lines profit- Full Information at Ticket Office. Starke.D. .

er words he is too generally able. Should not the South E. MAXWELL, A. 0. AJAcDONELL, L. A. SHIPMAN. :

porticoed.-New York World.A u____ _______.________ ___n____. Sec. V. P. & Gen. Mgr. Gen. Pasp. Agent. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt. ...
have more interest in these JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. .

printing ink lines than to pay the freight! O-O-0-O--0-0- O--O-O-Oi I AN exchange tells of the ,
$20,000,000 --------- ',
That the South can compete MATRIMONUTRUCK. i I three stingiest men on record. l
trust is being formed, and the
successfully in the shipbuilding i i The first will not drink enough .
cost of printing ink will be o -o-o-o -o- o-o-o- o I
trade has been demonstrated water unless it comes from uneighbor's
higher, of course. Poor editors Starke is suffering with a Time Table No. 32, In Effect Monday, April 10, 1899. ;
"well. The second
by the Newport News establishment II
matrimonial epidemic. The
and the forbids his children writing anything !'io.a i 11'0 1 No. o. t
; Virginia ADVOCATE of last Thursday I Daily I DSl1 y cp' )oily DaUy !.
THE latest accounts show port has not a single natural but a small hand as it Distance ex sunlex( SU"I ST.ATIO-lS. Side ex Sun ex Sue
contained the notices of five LV.PJ\l LV.AM track. cf I

that 141 lives were lost in the advantage over Savannah as wastes ink to make large let .((0 b 315 130- T ....... ......Camesvtfle.............. =-01iro7 I
different weddings. The rest 3.15 3. L'0; 1 $5 F.......... .... .Mlnule Hill..... ........... .... ....... 11 730 ,
last Fourth-of-July celebration. the site for such an industry. ters. The third stops the clockat 3.g9 3 :i 7 4J F .,.... ....Cannou.j Crossing......... S ; n I.. 7 1S:
of the cases are said to be of 5.IS 330 14;) T ..............Rocky Point .............. S 1& 1110 110. w f
Eighty-three out of the 141 Indeed we are the better sit- night to save the wear and 8.16 3.0 155 T ...... .........1Vacahoota............... S 10 !Of16 aN .t
much milder form.LakelandSun. 11.33 350 805 F .... .... .....F1ewellt'n'li.... .. ......... .... % 1045 8 45 l'
died from lockjaw.GEN. uated when the and tear of the machinery. Theyall 1 .12 355 81\\) T ............ ... ..Clyatt.s.... ............ S 3 1040 G4() i
great 12.79 4 (.4 815 .... .......... .....Klrkwcod............... S ib 1031) 6 V'. .
refuse to take a 13.00 ..05 8 9) F.... .... ....... Elmore ............ .... ...... 1030 GII":: .
growing commerce of the port newspaperon 13.91 410 825 T .... .... .... ...Tacoma... ............... S f 10:5 825. f
Joe Wheeler's book on The Florida ADVOCATE-pub- the that it i i9 terri- 14.68 415 830 F .... .... .... .....Taylor.8.... .... ....... ... .. IO :0 foro.
is considered in connectionwith ground a 16.19 42.. is 3.j .1' .......... .... ..Mlcanopy._.. ........ .... S .25 101-:' 6 15: f.
the operations of the cavalry: lished at Starke-records five ble strain the S.1"J 4 35 8 40 F.............Tusl.W 1Ia......... ...... .... 35 10 U G (6. -- ..t
our proximity to the coal on spectacles to 19..11tolO 8-15 T ............ Lake: Siroctoa...... .... .. S N) l1ro 800' I
during the civil war will soon marriages in one week for that 21.05 4I:> 850 T .... .............Hlcltm..n........ ........ S 10 II 00 5'S.
and iron fields and the Alabama read. 21.87 4 50 8 55 1' ................Sutt.l... ...... ... .. S 2l gro sur t
be published and distributed town. What's the matter with 2!.!87 455 900 T ...............Dungarvan .....:....... S II 94 5 4-!
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steel making center. 21.51 50 DO;) 1' .Irvlne..7; :' S 12 140 1)41))
through tho South. ? THE American Line Mail 2\1:11' : 510 910 T ....... ... .... ..}.. Drane... ........ .... S ..... 11 3J; {. :3;
High Springs -High Springs 27.52 6 n 9)i) T .... .... .... ......Irfield......... ....... S ._.... 930 5 :if 3
ABOUT AIELO:'"iS. News. steamship, Paris, bound from Ar.PM r.P.M Lv. AlIILv.l>.M. "

JACKSONVILLE her Georgia x F-Stop on srgual for or trel.ltht. Teegraph Office. S-Stop.
gave South Hampton to New: York
This section of Florida has ,
Starke seems to have been -- ---------------- -

guests a. royal receptionlast beaten all previous records in matrimony struck last week. which went aground on the For futher Inform.t1ou, address "

week, and no doubt the producing melons. Never before There were five marriages there' 21st of last May on the rocks V. J. HERLOXG, L. E. BARKER,

visitors returned to their homes has there been so many within a few days of each oth- about two miles east of Cover President &; Gen'l. Mgr. Gen'l Frt. & Pass- Agt... .

well pleased with Florida's metropolis. and so large and \velLflavored. er.-Cedar Key Gulf-Coaster. sack, was floated last week unexpectedly Gainesville, Florida.

Theseason which wasn't thought by a German Salvage -=--_._ ........... -=-- ._- -

favorable to the of mel- IT MISSOURI they have introduced crew and is now in the
THE "Florida AiitiScalpinqXaw :!; growth
," which was enacted by ons, was somewhat deceiving. hugging societies to swell harbor of Falmouth, where she R'y

the last Legislature, becomes as the result shows. Itcouid noL the church tr{' saries. Missouri will be repaired and overhauled Time Table In Effect May 1st, 1399.O3'ir -

,effective August 2nd, sixty days have been better. More melons papers gire the scale of THE lock-out of the cigar- -- ---- NO.I.Sat& --
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from the date on which it was I have: been grown in the state prices : Girls under sixteen makers: at Tampa has thrown No. 1.copy:: 3TAT1ONS. Miles NC'. :!. So.t&,
Sunoy Diy :.Sld't! Daay SUIlOY.

approved by the Governor.WHAT'S | this season than can b3 either 15 cents for a hue: of twenty four thousand people out of -........ -600 P -100 -a.-::-60 Lv.............Starke.! ..... .....-.Ar -0 -H5 P -1000 a ......._ ': t
I shipped consumed. minutes, or 10 cents for a shortsqnel'z .... .... 615; P 1 20 3. : t'I' .. .... ....1ltne Inland,.. ...... 5 l.an p 9 15 Ii ........
or Many employment. It looks like the .... .... 62 p 70103. :l..... .. .... Sarop.QuJunction....... 7 1.35 p 9tO a .......--
; the matter with the From sixteen to twenty .... .... i25 P 14S IL I.. .. .. .... ....Watnwzigbts.. ...... ... I fro p 93d 16 .......-"
j 11 ain loads have been: carried out manufacturers would settle' the ........ 64p 8 ('0 a :..... .. ....... .. .Atla.1tlc....... .... J3 115 p 9'U' a......... J
bicyclists of Starke that they 50 from ........ 6-ip; 1'Oa) : :s ........WardCity........... 15 IJSp 51:0&-
iand sold at small profit, and today cents ; twenty totwentyfive matter with the hands at once ... ... 6Wp Slla l..... l.i".... ......... .ThlJinas\'W... ...... .. n lOOp 9IS a I......._
lon't build a bicycle track to I schoolmarms ,.I........ 7b P 80 a 2. : '. ...........La.Crosse........... 29 1.40 P 905 a ......._ .. :
j the largest. and finest of 75 cents ; as about eighty thousand dollars .. ...... 11J3p tl2Jo1 : 4 : .. ...... ...... (J tzens.. ........ ... 21 1 a7p 9Ina........ it '.
.... .... 1111p 830a' 13 : .........HI&.lnesW'urtb......... :23 IZ3Up 8Ma.- .
Kingsley lake? All we need i isn melons, fresh from the farms.are : 40 cents ; another trlin'swife : per week will be withdrawn ........ 12' P 840 a..... : .... ....B.arrlett.sLnKe... .... 26 lid P .845: a ....._._ ... I 1'
I ........ 722p 84a. ....... .. .....S F. A W. Junctio l..... 2G'4 1215p 8Ua ......... .>
few of the "gitupandgit"hind !I sold at retail at from 5 to 10 $1 ; widows according to from circulation in the .... .. 72; p 841a 50 : ............AJl1cbulIo...... ...... ... :1 1810p 84)a ......... '...1.
I ........ 13. P 859: 110 .. ...: ... .........llod es..:. ..... .. 30 11 f.1 a 8JO a .. .... ...
to start the ball rolling. ;cents each.Farmers. looks, from $3 to 810 ; old city.. while the lockout lasts. .... .... 7 do" PlIP a ......'Pr......ow...Oceola.... .... .. ..Lv sg 11438 AiSa ......... {

:I in this vicinity re maids, 3 cents apiece or two for' CONNECTIONS. -: ::.t

EDWARD ATKINSON has figured port thousands still in the field, a nickel, no limit of -time. IN Baltimore, a charity organization At Siarke with F. (.'. & P. Railroad fur Savannah and Jacasonville,.. '"

out that every dead Filipino and of the best varieties but Preachers are not charged. Ed- by the expenditure Gainesville, Ocala, Tampa, Orlando, t>te. I

has cost the United States itors in advertising but are of $7240.39 in salaries of officers At Sampson Junction with U. S. & F. for PaUtka, VaMo8taMaeon, etc... 300.
the markets few pay ,
as are glutted For furilier information call on or address <<
$26,000 to kill. He this / and employees managed to distribute .
says not allowed to participate Until ,
will bother to gather and ship ARTHUR MEIGS, GEO. TOMPSETT,- "

is expensive, but then if we every body else has gotten $4630 among the poor Gen'I. Manager, Jacksonville, Fla. Superintendent Starke, Fla..
any more. of that .
- I city.Persons
kill more they will come cheapor. through and then they -
even are
It is stated: as a fact by physicians 'lIf1 -

1 : arid others here that not allowed to hug any but the troubled with diar TAILORING.

TRUSTS t there number of lam old maids and school marms.- rhoea will be interested in the .. ..
; are not saying much, are a 0 to e II e II "e"e II e. e Ie e. e 11.0 II

but they are forcing the people ilies, mostly colored, who subsist Exchange.A experience of Mr.: W. M. Bush, The Latch Siring Out. U

to do a lot of thinking. It is almost entirely on melons, clerk of Hotel Dorrance, Providence Yt&.fS well lid that manners make ,-vrcan.but
SPRING poet talks about t ; \ : the more solid ingredient of
about time for the people to awake \'erlittle ordinary food being R. I. He says : "For r cluracttr is tljo necessary to a tree .
Uncle Sam and the \ 1
Philippinesas several I have been al- type of manhood. If a min has these both. H
when eaten. Some of the years
they almost t '
arc r poor people -p and: also has the to
follows : "Spain: she had a / 1, Jcr rood sense dress well'
robbed of their liberty.-American contend that the cheapnessof most a constant sufferer from 1 1 '. he will find the "Tatchstring out" for him
little lamb, the slickest lamb / all over the world.
Enterprise. melons enables them to diarrhoea, the frequent attacks .
around. She sold the lamb to .f" N FOR REALLY CORRECT DRESS
live better than usual. It is completely prostrating me and t -- '
Uncle Sam for twenty million ,, In Materi"sty1!tr Fit, Finish and Gentlemanly ( :
A NEW YORK girl has had a said a good melon will hurt no rendering me unfit for my duties effect, you should order your tailor .1 3A
down ; then_ Sam took it by the ing of ._-- .
arrested and she at this hotel. About two ;
.roan says : om% but it is the opinion of /. M. '
tail to lead it home know BORN & CO.
you ,
"He kissed me six times and many that to subsist entirely] years ago a traveling salesman .
mutton .rare turned out n CL1t MerchantTaflor
stopped." 'rho account failsto ; them will cause sickness kindly gave me a small bottleof ul For +
upon bear and Sam can't let it go. t tH over Years the Leaden. In the Cnttom I
Chamberlain's Colic] Cholera 72i2. You caD get a"BORr4 Suit or Oremwt
state whether the ,
man was -chills and.fevers. Ex.
Overeating ti monq than is UlUU,palel! for laerlor
and Diarrhoea Remedy. Inch $ : toads aDd tatlotia
arrested for kissing her sis: of them often cause bowel FIT AND mu-asn G1Q1>jtANTSBD' .
IT WAS our good fortune a to my surprise and delight its n,..titi.Cr.dar. ".4.. s.w.-.r....... M Nl.af.a.. .
times or for stoppingEx. trouble which result G 0:1'
immediate. Whenever
few., Jays ago to meet Editor were .
ice cold melon! so palatable I felt of the disease
: Prewitt of the Starke ADVO symptons .
OCCASIONALLY you see an I' in hot weather, is danger. I would fortify myself a- DOUGLASS & ALDERMAN.Says .-
Editor Prewitt is
editor "blowing" about the cir- ous, and should not be eatenI CATE. publishing gainst the attack with a few ----:--> ..
t J:errbOd1' so.Coscarets
elation of his paper, but n I I when very cold. It is to' be one of the brightest and doses of this valuable remedy.The Castly Cathartic,the most wonderful Boat .<<6SUud Smote you Let.1..,. .

4 f hoped that all who melons )- newsiest! local papers along the result has been satis- ra&lical discovery of the age pleasant To quit tobacco easily and former.be ant :. '
..doubt, if the truth was known. grew. very and refreshing to the taste act gent!v netic.fall of lUe.serve aDd rigor laic! Ko-T _'. l
lie' for market have saved line of the F. 0. & P. Ry., factory and almost complete relief and positively" on kidneys,l liver and LoweJj! Bat the. wonder-worker, that make weak mea : :
isjgiving you the old news- cleansing the entire system dispel colds, Itron:: AU di :1sta,SOe or II. Cure g aran-
.- themselves from loss and hare and we wish him the abundant from the affliction." For can headache fever, habitual constlp&tioi; teed Booklet ant eimpla free. Address :

.; 1"'? gag-that every paper : made some monev at it. -Metropolis. : success lie deserves.-Belle.iew.. sale :by J. L. Gaskins, Draggist. -' and bi iousncss. Pl-aso buy and try n box Sterna 2 KsmeJy. car. C'.Jean or flew York. & .ij"
> I cr(:.C. C. t-< !ir: JO.2..,so rent r (><>kleuv 1.
-/;, 1Jt: t .1 read by.five people- I :/% I News-Lett'-:*. I by all dmgglr ts. The ADTOCATE l.OOn "
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.i \ STATE JVEWS.Passenger J were, it as beautiful Eden W A&
as 'j
f ...-,- would 1 I PROVISIONS, ITAT; oirAur,. ETCV :
; soon become a wilder-
traffic to Cnba It Iii Boer Very Mach Rcdeced t-y: Im- And rigs VehrtQhu..J In En Lure Ja I
: continues ness. -. One youngman would ':proved Iretbod .o? Fljlitinff T&TC.Ur. :. '1"hrf'1I'1.4l,:&'I. THE C. B. ROGERS c6d:!: i

to iuciease. keep it, going and half l a dozen Charles T. Hill, the artist, "Escuse rnc," .,:tid the man with ... .
who has been writing a, series of sido whiskers as he turned to the l .. -
The new phosphate' works V.'ould insure prosperity. But papers ISPuflTERS AND riIiCUS-'lE c? :!as. "+.
for St. Nicholas on The New passengers en the peat behind him, '-
Fort Meade will the trouble is to the half JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
near improve get York fire department, baa a final "but I heard you speaking cf Eu

business in that section. dozen. The! hotel keeper sees paper on 'The Fire Patrol." Mr. rope awhile i ago." You have been Provisions, Grain, Hay, Flour, Grits, Meal, Etc.
there, take it.
large profits in young men, beyond Hill says: SOLE AGENTS FOR Our business coufin ,l the
The work of putting up the "Yes, fir, wcs the reply. to
new telephone system in Gainesville the margin over board Tho annual loss by fire in the "And I cm en rr.j way to New Fairbani Canning Co. Lion Brand I trade] only. Onion from. consumers -
United States amounts to $100,000000 ,- neither solicit!
and lodging, for without them York to take a j-teamer to London. nor
is rapidly progressing.Fire his livery stable languishes and and fully one-half of this loss is Were yon in London fit Canned Meats. I sired.Qaotations .

caused by the \vater; used in extinguishing "Oh, yes I"
destroyed nine build- his boats lie idle at the pier. the firea Before the in "How much of London can I pee Made Promptly On Application

ings in Lake City Sunday morn- Mammas content I in two i" ,
are to sit on troduction in 1872, of controlling or dayK:!

ing. Only one of the buildings the piazzas: and gossip, and shut off; nozzles used on the fire "A mile or two I should Eay.tt --, ,_.

... burned was insured. unless the unit is about hose, the percentage: of loss by water "A mile or two hat will do -
man first rate," f aid the side whiskered i
The P. C. & P. officials report they are averse to trusting i i itheir was even greater-at least two- inr.u as he took out pencil: end poeketbock. lVlINER
thirds of the total lose Previous to Us3D.
passenger traffic along girls in and on the water I tho introduction of this much b?cd- "How long fchculd you .
think I ought to stay in Paris I"un'om
their line brisk for this time of and behind the high-stepper.I ?d device there was used what ryes
b in tfce morning to 6 in
known as an "open: pipe, n plain : FLA.
year. Lumber shipments over A few young men go a long the evening at ka t. In that time
nozzle with contrivance for
this road also way, but some there must be open you csn fete at lecst four blocks ciParis.
are holding up shutting off the water. Whtn it ." t WATCHMAKER AND JEWELEll
very well.-Tampa Times. to strike the key of gayety, was neeesbtiry!: to shut off, the order "Thanks! Four blocKs-ten hours

save the from had to be pas' : d to the engineer, JOHN'S BRICK BLOCK 1st DOOR WEST ?
The is girls melancholyand -geed enough Is the tomb of the; OF R. j .
police department running sometimes a long distance from the
7 behind this time on its hotel declare a dividend for the, lire, and unless] the nozzle could be great;"Of Napoleon court-enot.; ::;] at"Paris? Best Assortment Watches st, Clocis]{ and Jewelry in $8 City

keeper. thrust from convenient windowthe
!:: a \
The have had "Glad of that. If
pay. men not it was, should
The of water would go pouring out, Specinl and Prompt Attention Given to Repairing. Charges to sue
same .
for June complaint feel obliged to go and Eee it, and it
their the -
money destruction in all irec-
spreading :: the of the
stringency time.
absence of the beau also is always gives rce the headache to
department only took in about tions. In small fire, especially ii Icok et tern la. I taU that 1
; sm Old Gold taken
s heard at Pablo, :Mayport, and "up stairs" fires in private dwellings bought> or exculn e.
$700 of the amount. The re- ought to go to Rome. Anything
Amelia Beach. or in business houses stocked -
Metropolis. special to tee in Rome
mainder will have to come from
with such feathers
perishable goods, as
"/ few ruins, I believe," repliedthe --,
the treasury, and the men have How's This ? silks etc., the unnecessary: man who had been there. -

,; to wait until the money is availableTampa We offer One Hundred Dol- destruction t.Today. of property was very: "Then I shall skip Roiue. Hall --

Herald. grea of my torn burned up last year, i # CANDY
lars Reward for any case of Ca- firen aro fought much and there's no end of ruins to btf j A

:" At a meeting of the stockholders tarrh that cannot be cured by more scientifically and with a great teen: tight at home. I've seen the CATHARTIC
deal! more system than were those tf
Hall's Catarrh track cf a cyclone, too, and you ]
of the Gainesville and Gulf Cure.F. I Icnn't
, of 10) or 20 years:! ago, and officers in I
bent that for sliveisimdsplin. :j 1
railroad in Gainesville J. CHENEY & command ot ,
last week CO., cugine companies are ters and ruinH. I'll find Switzerland: :'II

"r the following officers were elect- Proprietors, usually very careful not to use::; any over there somewhere, I suppose.! '' f i I II II I
more water than id absolutely neces-
ed for the coming year : Pres- Toledo, Ohio. "Yes:: if :you make inquiries. I:I CURE CONSTIPATION
sary. "I've t been told to take it in. I
ident and General \ V. We the undersigned liav hose in the '
, Manager, Nearly every wagon Most all mountains!?, believe.. How
J. Herlonc First known F. J. for the New York tire department today ,..
:; VicePresident Cheney long had I ought to Le doing Ewitz JOe
carries three sizes of hose-the regulation ALL
J. M. Graham last 15 and believe him erland 7"
; Second ;years, size, 21'K inches, used at all 2X 50c GGGLSTS
"At least a couple of hours.
Vice-President and General perfectly honorable in all bus fires 3 inches known
ordinary ; ( r.s "1 can give it half a day if I find :

Counsel, "\vV.. Hampton; ness transactions and financially "third alarm hose," and only used it interesting. I've got it down. : -=
I at fires of considerable:! magnitude),
': W. W. able to out hero to go to Naples and to go iron .
Secretary, Hampton carry any obligation -
; and a small hose carried on a reel .
Naples] to YeEuv is. Vesuvius i:1.
Treasurer, H. E. Taylor. made by their firm. under the wagon. This hose i is 1J!{ volcano, isn't it i" Ii R DVE 5

t Phosphate miners from the WEST & TP.UAX, Wholesale inches handle: in and diamoter on account and very of the easy ease to "Yes."I NEW YORK WORLD
and don't knew ,
Druggists Toledo O. never paw ono
southern section of the State report with which any number of lengthsof as I care to.Yo had the biggest
'"1 WALDING RINNAN & MARVIN it bo carried about it is THRICE-A-V/EI-IK: EDITION.
can that
au increasing demand for spring freshet in the\V abash.known.

and Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, oftenest used at small fires in dwelling since 1848, and n man who has:: seen .:..
phosphate the 'Tai
vigorous houset offices and flat 'T The i1llI'Crtt1Htenazit
Ohio. :: buildings seven houses: and barns floating '. atrikeing :'lO ,
working of all the mines. Shipments With a controlling nozzle] on the down a river all at once can't feel) f ;,.: ; of the last .t'H M.If>iiiblishecl the

i are double now what Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken end, tho fireman can dash up e\'erall kneel:ed out at bight of a volcano. 1 o\'erwhelmiu 't luc of THE TnmcEVEKK -

internally, acting directly upon flights of stairs and into a bedroomor How's Venice?" *-\ WOULD iuery reader. Fur

they were year ago and prices the blood and mucous surfacesof closet and extinguish a small fire : "It was:: all right when I'Vai, "? A .,.. + .'1r an almost 1 noini n I P-ITP it has kept Itssubscribers

continue to advance. The shipments the system. Price 75c. per before it has time to spread, using there, though moist of the people z :nfcrn"' lof the probes. >
' the water only where it is absolutely! .,, of all our waro :, :loivover, ha. re*
? of phosphate from Fer- bottle. Sold by all Druggists. hr.d the grip. You ought to put in E? S F
needed. To drag the regulation sizeit v { ported them u 4 |I" ply tutu fully
nandina for the month of June Testimonials free.Hall's a full day in Venice.
'+u'. if it u1 With int '
weighs about 60 pounds to the as were i our < rests -
"Half dnis all I andI
Family Pills are the a can spare,
S aggregated 20,571 tons, makinga best. length-up and around winding shall Erend most of that in a gone ; still xu-n. i thr'i ,ghost; thf

total of 124,108(; tons since stairways, etc., would take much dola. Europe, taken altogether, is \vorf l, "Hit. ut\ "l'; .)rraffng in "
longer and perhaps give a lire time -n t t the I'hilij.i] 'ri *, a ':. I'n'1"I.
, January 1. The estimate of Here's Your Chance quite a country, isn't it? ,
. to get just beyond the point of easy "Yes, a pretty fair country." dead! can: ; t.Miit I.A
I July shipments is 30,000 tons. Foil SALE AT A lL\I GAIN.- control; besides, when the water is "A man who hustles along can T ITELEE;;; w \:lIlli' t. f..J e ..' .

s a A 3lots valuable City property finally started, a great deal more is see most of it in three week!, can't '1 l" 10"1, : ..(.;.. ,\ "- .
new railroad company has situated within hull used by thi hose than is necessary, he'l"ulIo \"(II J.ll i is, ,. J' ,- ''rttitey
just been organize! in Or the of small fire. I' c. H Il L ,. :, ..,
stone's throw of the depot, facing I especially in case! a ought to." t' 't' I" 'f.#" 1 It has:: been practically demonstrated i !I. ,. 1 1 ildt'lH"J'T !
lando, named the Like: Region, Madison St. on the North, I I "Well, I'm going to give it three t' S

:Manatee river and Gulf It,til- Cherry St. on the East, Church that a considerable amount of fire weeks, end perhaps an extra day ot I ".:.J.r.. "tit. t U\\!
can be extinguished with a small two, and then scoot back: here. Andif '' I ..TJ'
: road: company. The purpose Street on the South and the F. amount of water applied effectively, my going abroad don't knock [1 N I C !'i' : ; "t:' ,; ,

is to construct a line of road C. & P. Railroad: on the \V est. and the use of the small hose has: the other grocers in my town galley i: ,

from a connection of the Tav- Is an ideal location for an ice done much to reduce the damage west I'll put the price of eggs downto IS JUST AS GOOD FOR ADULTS. IT-

factory or a lumber yard. Easy water at fires dwellings and flats. I 10 cents a dozen and hold 'em WARRANTED. PRICE 5Octs, \W "..' ;I'. .

z nres and Gulf railroad in Like reached from all sides. Foi down till I have got to go into bank- OALAITA,1LL8.Nov.18,1J33.:! UIHl"'l" I)-. t l .r ,<1-

county, through the counties of sale cheap. Good reasons for Why the Leave Fall In Autumn. tuptcyl 1 Thanks,' sir 1 I've got it Paris(Jentlemen Modlclcfi:-Co.We,sold Bt.! Louis last year Mo. FAG bottles of ut: < tn r 4' .' .' _
The plant is a mot:; delicately self all down OBOVB'8 TASTELESS CHILL, TONIC and have .' .
here Rome Na Tinu I : t:
Jjake, Polk Hillsborough and selli+pg. Address, I -Europe, bought three cross alrerdy this Tear. In oil our ex. ir- t ; .
.'S regulating organism. It cannot increase pIes, Venire-three weeks, no tombs perience of 14 years, Ia the draft business have the two 1'1IpCIb) ;.(o(}_
J. S. W. Office.
care never cold article tb.4t.Ir'\ve such universal
IIn eatls-
: to a point on the the water supply, but it
may I -git up and dust and git back homeag'in ta.am u jour ronlc. Yours trnly.
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and does decrease tho DXErCAnB. &;CO -
, Manatee -- ---- --- -- ------ evaporating
\ Riverand a connecting Come into the smoker and
BO YEARS1 surface by casting or shedding the I have nickel with "
: cigar
branch railroad the n mc.tt
through EXPERIENCE leave, a reaction which it exhibits Washington Times. F. C. & P. RAiLROAD{ )
counties of Polk De Soto and
to other conditions as well. Like

Lee to a point on the gulf coast .r r the true saaman,,however, the plant Simplicity Brines Ufa's Best Fleiuarea. ATTENTllr IS GALLED Arrival and Cefartcre of dui! 5 a t ttatkr.I .

ofth state of Florid The does not shorten sail by cutting "For poor and rich alike the high- Schedule: ] iu eJFnr June 11, '90.
away its canvas, but, by a deliberateand est pleasure and utility in life will To the fact that we are now I

estimated length of road and well timed series of processes, come from simplify it," writes j No 9, Sntltltt uad I, li'MVi'f Stark
branch is about 200 miles. TRADE MARKS withdraws all of the substances Droch in The Ladies' Home Jour. pre do first class Job 10:59! a. m. fn'r: '-;Tudc! Guh.e*vm..,

The incorporators and sub DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS &C. from the leaf which may be useful naL liTho contentment that can Work, having received new Cedar K -.) Ocala, Tampa, Orlamlo t .
Anyone sending&sketch and description marqnlcklr to it back into its body before it discards only be had from nerves that are and all :South: Fior a pumtH.No. .

scribers, who are also named invention ascertain is probably our pnientaMe.opinion free Commnnicc.whether an the empty sheets cf cells and not overstrained is to be found by Machinery, Type, Etc. 10, N' rth taund, leave Stuko
tiona strictly cobddentlaL Handbook oil Patents
as officers in the notice of in- sent! free. Oldest wrency for securing patents. woody fibers of the petiole and lam reducing your daily life to its sim 2:15 p. ru.. for IVrnundina, Jacksonville
Patents taken tkronen Munn & Co. receive
S eciol notice, wltbout charge in the ina. plest terms. This applies with equal Lake City 1'allaht8oee,1'eD,- '-
are Augustus Scientific Jftntrican. The reduction of the water supply force to the hard working man oi cola and all point North.

main, president ; "W. 13. Tucker A handsomely HJnrtrnted\ weeklr.. I.nreest circulation and the beginning of the processes woman with small income, or to the No. 13, South bound, leaves 8tark

vice-president and general year: four of months any sclentlflc f L Sold Journal.bran newsdealers.KUflN Terms$3 a. leading to defoliation occur along rich who are cumbered with many make as low as possiblein 1007 for Waldo. Ocata, U'ildwood.
time before the temperature of cares.! Poverty has been made just Tampa, Let"burgTavnrest! Ortand
A. MacCollum treas- & CO361 Broadway, flew York
manager; : order suit the times.
the air is depressed to tbe freezing and all oomts South.
riches the
Sreucil Oflce.CS! F St.'tf'cl1U1zton.D.c. as! complex as by many
urer; C. 0Butts, secretary.The point or the formation of frost. The things that ill advised teacher have No. 14, North jund, leaves Btarku

principal offices of the I' CUT THIS OUT I influence of low temperatures upon taught poverty to expect that it f t't. : 5 40 :A m., for na! hvjc. Jacksmvllle,,

will be in Orlando. the plant is illustrated by the man I ought to accomplish. What both Lake City, Tall:) "!!, Penaacolftv I
company SPECIAL OFFEit NO. 238. ner in which leaves of tobacco and I must learn, for the best results in New Orleans stud all X "them jKiuto.

The capitol stock will be $100- Send it to us with $3.00 and melon plants blacken and die as the their own lives, is not bow little can Will be first class- in every For informal io add 'toS.

000, divided into 100 shares of we dozen will bocce melt ynn of Ir.one tall. aeffera un they t'oa- I result of cool nights before the occurrence bo had for a great deal of money respect. A trial will convince D. GREEN, ApK.t: St,.r*e, Fla.

$1,000 each.-Tampa Times. Bnuter'i Specif tipation end Kidney Llvet of frost. These plants but how much of real and permanent A. O. MAtDO\ !f., G. P. A.,

wbK-h l'll4ltbepIweaf are 25 cts. t j Comp llesnoclie,1nt.ick, bid transpire a relatively large amountof value can be secured fora little you of this fact.DON'T 202 Wt':;t Bay .- ..I''et.
aud tbubeiuutot
ft bust f'
Absence of Boys at Resorts iou ran then wctcb.all Z orb Ltnodd.andStnm-trouble water from the broad leaves, and money. That is the highest econ Jacksonville, Florida.
the piilf emnnj .. ILla ban exactIllaitrmtiontaothM if the temperature of the soil descends omy, and it cannot be taught It '
Now from your Inen'li and tl. SEND
comes complaints was b will hove cost tho to\Yatch.Le and Tbeca.e d till of to 40 degrees Fv the roots must be learned by experience, and
you tintbi.:|t but a little
the 'fashionable 'mountain resorts Croul.li.specific J'r lluntDf run ll wort ntrkdallvcr Amrrinn.btUnf the. are unable to take up the necessary you cannot begin it at a better time

of the absence of the sum hive nPv a wmider.foi ,.. .. rue nude Antocl&bete by supply of water, and the leaves are than when seeking a vacation." Your work away from home Skin Ids eases.For
Iii a literally dried out, though they are I .
mer young man. The girlsare tad eau ge w_ c -_ 4 s t.urt incorrectly described, as frozen or i Delight and Laughter. when you can get it done with the speedy and permanent cure of

not at all pleased at this an ,. I pC 15 frosted by gardeners.-D. T. Mao-I Our comedians think there is no tetter, salt rheum and eczema Cham-

absence. The girl is thrown Dougal in Harper's Magazine. ; delight without laughter, which is neatness and dispatch right berlain's Eye and Slrin Ointment is
an equal. It relieves the Itch
_. very wrong, for, though laughter ing and smantcg almoet instantly and
her and time
own resources *
on **
lAOffuaffe of the Future. may come with delight yet comethit its continued use effects a permanentcure.

haugs heavy on her hands. ALong A writer in a leading magazine not of delight, as though delight here.IZIf.' 0. It also cures itch, barber's itch

Island hoFel keeper offers bas made the prophecy. that in 300 should be the cause of laughter.But LLL scald head, ore nipples itching piles

years from now the world will know well may one thing breed two chapped hands chronic sore eyes and
make attractive the granulated lids.
to rates to
a only,,three languages-English, Russian together.-Sir Philip Sidney. (for our prices. ,
young men ,to induce them to 'and Chinese. The English Ian. Dr. r Jj.a1 Condition PoTTdtfa "far

spend their vacations at his exert It A guage will be spoken all over North' CypreMIn Knees, ADVOCATE FOB. CO. horses are th-j best ttnic.) blood purifierandvennifnca.

his Who and: -_-- = I windtot atem and ;,South America, in Australia, southern swamps the common ; Price. 25cents. 8oldttyANTEDSEt'aL ,
hotel from .
save hops .
low tath. India Africa New Zealand and the sends
batstcm T t failure and amuse his gu sts. to iii fO ttaut4eas out of made a5 and sells la t islands of Australia and the Pacific. known as "cypress knees. Theyare lemmingway Building, : 1'RrSTW01IT11. .
4heh factor*. atorea f* $ioaApenU W peraons In t::tbta-tate: manage cnrt aaiine& ; /
Of course, he is equally in- and a>2e>3Mn C"n' big tBoary by Klunc bets The Russian tongue will have conquered simply huge lumps of wood rising in their owa a-'i neuby count1 *. neriinn*and watch. von ran buy a more ean..tnbut watco, Starke Florida.To mainly offlce worse conducled: at]boise. 81 ':"'
nil Great Britain in the from the of -
Europe roots
will itsed except ,
you cannot bay a better rim 4..ere't' v on*tb t swamps
interested with the girls in the ary straight$!rOt)a year add exzwass-deflnltabonande.
h bali! wed 76 Fifth Arcnnc
too win
ti'liCUIC PILL CO.. NEWOEKN.VThe and all Asia except India. Chinese the trees, and their use in nature or no more, no Lam ulsrr..* Monthly

,g, presence of the young men. ,will,hold sway over tHe rest oi utility in. the economy of the plant Care Conatlpatloa Kororer. 175.stamped Rsferenoes.ecTeU: >pe, Herbert E eke E.eel He- &VYee e4

'- Adamless summer resorts, ADVOCATE for Job Work.: the vvorld .,zziff&x; :; :: ; =;,,_....:...._......_ttll IM absolutely unknown. Take Casccret3Candycstbartfa: tOe or!23s. D N.M. Chlcujo. Meadow AovcWATX. .. ..,
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LOCAL Gardiner's Court. I[@)S 5"2.E.5PE c.2S. @11 I r ,' e

case of Robert and Son Ilml PERSONAL NO ES.I BJ 1 1lmJ '1 ::

STEMS OF IHTElESr iN and trill Paruell, (all Ion ,

, -LOCAL, FEBSOHAL ,) was brought up yes- cSS'Je S"25'2.:2 tc''g j oils:: :; ..

in Justice Gardiner's Dr. E. L. Stewart was in ,

Bring us your job on the charge of being Florida's metropolis Saturday.A .

can please you. in-maiming and dis-
party of young gentlemenfrom ) : 1 : .
Old for sale several hogs owned by
papers '
Waldo were in the: city
cents The evidence !' .
lice, 20 per

Go to Morgan's by the prosecution Sunday. Sign.
to show that the boys Sheriff S. B. Denmark made
lor prices on
line.any guilty of having set the a business trip to Jacksonville

Stationery on Martiudale's hogs, i Saturday.Mr. -

t The dog tax: a declaration (copax : J. B. Tennant made a by

eral approval and ) that the boys had not business trip to Jacksonville : .

goods. Morgan Br at an age when they Saturday.F. .

A good rain would ] the difference a
distinguish H. Elmore, Auditor of the
considerably as the right and wrong, was A., S. R. & G. Ry., was in the I 1

getting very sandy up by Col. Gornto, city Saturday. l : | !

Work was for the defendants, the

Wall's saw mill upon consideration, ren- County Judge Richard, of ,_

account of a defect a verdict of not guilty. Lake Butler, was in the city '. ..
this week on business. ,,'
er. has been continual- .
baby :Miss Lizzie Sweat returned to "
A man before with and ;
colic chol-
Waldo Sunday after a visit to
in a ticklish since his birth, : .
her parents in this city.
musical goods of all that we could do for him
Sheriff S. B. Denmark and of
gan Bros. seem to give more than
wife visited in the Western is
The Thrice-a- relief, until we tried ,. ,
in's Colic, Cholera part of the county Sunday. ..
and the ADVOCATE ,: .
year at the Remedy. Since Miss Lulu Liddon left Satur- at I '!

of $1.50. that remedy he has been day for Ocala, where she will

We want to give you attend the Summer Institute.F. I "'\\0...:
Merchants will :r
testimonial as an evidence R. Morgan made a busi-
the best '
medium VOCATE through gratitude, not that you ness trip through the Western : : l.t

it to advertise your meri- portion of the this week.
the people of Starke.This county
remedy.-G. M. LAW, .
Miss Clara :McClenny, one of
section was Iowa. For sale by J. ? if'f

much which settled needed the rain : Druggist. McClenny's ladies, is the charming guest of Mrs.young J. 29 ;: )t( > .- >,

not fail to read Geo. C. L. Gaskins. r D
hell .
..: crops"
advertisement on Prof. A. Hercules, who iS1 ,
We understand
front page. He has just teaching a private school at : "
M. Williams, of .
a new stock, which New River, was in Starke Saturday i ) .. .
sold out his stock J
of everything in gro- and.
merchandise at that #
hardware, furniture, .
Mrs. Chas. of Green 'c
Lipford, ,
"My health is feed and undertakers' ..
Cove Springs, is home on a vis- '
she said, and it lIe is the
proper .
it to her parents, Capt. and ,
ston's Health to to if want goods .
go you
Mrs. J. C. Richard.
for sale at White's to suit
your purse.
Mrs. Mokes, after a pleasant
The farmers say have usedChamberlai n's visit with her sister Mrs. '
J. !
ties of melons !
their hands as the Remedy in my family W. Andrews, left Friday for "

overstocked and and always with good her home in Briceville.Mrs. !!! el t
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Mr.V. B. Coop- w.-
for them. says W. J. Epperson, of : : .. .. /
El Rio, Cal. "For small
Lake Butler, is in the city visiting '
Don't forget that we lind it '
especially her sister, Mrs. D. 1.Gor'nto --V \ .
your printing. .hf't \'e." For sale by J. L. .' '.
on Walnut street. 0
:Bill and Letter Druggist. .;
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I William Kearce < "
of Guil-
cheap. Call on one \ : : ( : : .
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our prices.Mr. J. Coleman, our hustling ford's popular young gentlemen ;

J. G. and'shoe repairer, has an was. visiting Mr.' and Mrs ; a 1 !: : : .. .

received two in this issue and N. T. Ritch several days this : ;:t

t the people to know that week. S
linggies( one of shoes a specialty and ; r :'

.])ects to use in them at prices to suit Mr. and Mrs. S. Hanford, of ,/ 'i

his livery stable. public. Shop at residence Green Cove Springs, made a

We don't like pleasant visit to Capt. and
Mrs. J. C. Richard for a few days ,
celling goods at ,
the reach of the strayed or stolen.-One I this week. ; T

have marked our and. black-spotted bitch I Rev. L. W. Kickliter filled s

cheap. Morgan : collar with city dog 1i-1'I his regular appointment Sunday -

on, answers to the name in the Baptist church itt

A moonlight 'Beauty'w '. Finder will be. II Callahan to a large and attentive \ \
porch, a girl and a rewarded upon the re't congregation.Miss :

.. ti pretty )picture. of sulne to A. II. Johns,
makes pretty Lillie :Matthews, who
a : ", Vb.I .
purchased from )' has been recuperating for several 1
I .
I IS lllOUS smokers] who are \weeks since her school
The lecture ( : !
I the highest type of closed, left last Saturday :for ; ;

Presbyterian excellence, purity, whole- Ocala, where she will attend J f .....
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day night by Rev. and satisfaction, the Summer Institute for Teachers. I I t:
ris was well :
smoke our cigars. Best 1 I"1',,>
ono was well ) !; ,
orations. in the city to select, from. Superintendent Geo. Tomp- ", )

Livingston. sett parted last Friday for .

Before buying : Bay View, Mich., where he will ; : _
rr.J. W. White, onr'1)01)- >( p
.g an, or anything in remain several weeks with Mi's. : !
is'on the sick t
line, write or call Tompsett, who is spending the + '
and confined his i
was < to bed .
Bates' Southern summer there. ,
20? East Bay : .. ..
ville, Fla. I Mr. W. S. Norris, Chief De- ; !: .

medium sized naptlia spatcher of the AS; R. & G. : ,, I

Tax assesor T. passed through t.h. city Ry., in this city, was suddenly ; I fI
Starke, has opened \ i.
: en route to Jackson :away Monday morning '
store in the bnilc1 : :
over the F. C. & P. on account of his father's ,.

used by him for -" .... death at Fort Deposit, Alaba I :: 1 .
corner Madison : I I _
"""o(::" vJ '1 ma. .

streets. He i The party of young gentlemen I : .. ,: ,'/ -
and groceries, : Don't ,
Stop consisting of Messrs. Blair
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in i
gains every :
I I'' taking Scott's Emulsion bei 1 Powell, Arthur Ritch and Rob :
Do not fail to i it's warm weather. Weeks, 'who went to Smith ] 1;
Crosby's ,' '. I i ep.taking it until you are lake on a fishing expedition : ,
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issue. His t It will 1 heal your lungs and returned last Saturday after a. I I .
you meet a piece give you rich blood in sum-. 1 most successful catch. :

tickles your as in winter. It's cod ,
Mr. Harry Steinm who 1
,know it conic --: oil made easy. )er. li> !
silo ted$ 1. All,druggists.calJed>; has been engaged working at I tit '#{
Pi cesa just as .t .
meat. .. ec: It Wall's sawmill: left Saturdayfor I .;. .

.. Melrosevhere he was to
r' '" t ,\ ICUIaDWith vegetable
DA.'STO I' ""f' V : Itomedies. Hne cmred pitch for thp Melrose base ball g\ ( i .
:Biwtit2i: ; The tc: d' : ; U I v.lI many th'Uhnl: csae. I ;
.f2! ..-.u ,: .atl'n.t. two.thirdll'If11 symptoms hopeless.removei In ten 1 team in a game between Gainesville : : .:o.J.---. :' .'
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,.:7<#,.. I '.Sri.u'msv'dTZfDAYSVtreattuentfrae..... ;jiQx I ..Atasilfag. :'- and Melrose. yesterday. : : /

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