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: August 10, 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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060857
oclc - 33896901
notis - AKP8950
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J i Gen. Otis as An Editor EJ S25 S25 52S 2522 szzsz sz szsz2 a
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you're a correspondent
N. J. Jones.
W. B. Haynes.
Council Grants c. L. Good- are you?" said General Otis, 8ff

run, of Athens, Ga., a combing his flowing whiskers m
"DOWN WITH Franchise to Operate a with one hand and eyeing the 8n 8a d
Telephone Systemin sunburned young man before

TRUSTS !t" At a meeting of the City him."Yes, general." 8u
: Council Monday night D. L. 'And you wish to send this

'.. Temple came before that body dispatch about our glorious

JI '. Is the battle cry of the Demo- and operate applied a telephone for a franchise exchangein to victory The young?" man merely bow- T. A. KMtIITF [ inn I

'.. Starke. After considerabletalk ed. In the presence of the
and a speech by Councilman great it is well to be meek.
"Down with Prices
crats. High
Morgan, the Council granted The czar of the Philippinestook &
the franchise under the fol- up the dispatch and his

is our motto. lowing conditions: whiskers took up a curl of ,
First. That operations must disdain."A .
begin on the exchange in 60 squad of our soldiers <3 DEALERS IN Ei > G

-.- ,. days. I captured two insurgents just B
r Second That said exchange I outside the city. The prisonerssay G
must be completed and in full j j Aguinaldo's men have every C
1900 Will operation within 6 months. I: confidence in his ability to whip i GENERAL C
Under these conditions a 10- the Americans or hold them in 51 C C

years franchise was granted.Mr. check as he did the Spaniards, C
Tell The Tale. Temple represents C. L. I and that there is no truth in 0

$! Goodrun, of Athens, Ga., whois the rumors that his men are I MERCHANDISE.m .
in the telephone busines on deserting him in large numbers.
his own "hook," and who has The proclamation of General
Our Goods talk for themselves. People are put in a number of exchangesin Otis offering $60 to every insurgent m Call and Walnut Sts. Starke Fla. I

Northern Florida and Geor- who gives up his rifle, *
1 learning where to find Shoes, Hats, Cloth- gia with success. These gentlemen they declared, has had no effecton I i
mean business, and will the natives. They are not
start work at once. anxious to give up their arms They will offer big bargains

ing, Groceries, Grain, Hay, Hardware, Milli- A telephone exchange will bea even on these terms. If Gen- ml

.... great help to Starke, and our eral Otis pursues his present
people should encourage the policy there is little hope, that
nery Goods, Undertakers' goods, Etc. movement.Mr. I the war will end inside of two NEXT WEEK !tm CC
: Temple informed the i years." CC CG

ADVOCATE man Monday that Nothing was heard but the m .
in all probability Starke, Law- crackling of the general's whis- -.
/''' tey, Lake Butler and Hampton kers as they curled tighter. G
"Orderly!" he finally called G
\\ \ would all be connected together when he had recovered his G
FAIR SEXShould and connection would also
THE. voice, "bring me my biggest G
be made at Lake City for Sa- blue pencil. I'll teach 'em to G

vannah. round-robin! me." .. C
the fact that I The telephone poles will be The correspondent left himat .. .qI: cti7acaacac: : cacaacacacoc: : ::: ; ccocrarncc........ ::: : ; rnc......: e: _
bear in mind we are, work. Later this cable was III--------------------- ----------- -
40 feet in length and 7 inches 1'f'

across the top, and will standabove sent"A: small oourBol ifs .. .. .. .. .L.L.I'. .:. .! .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .T.. . .....
squad Ul
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to order the finest line of Fall and O'f'- .-. .-. .-::.:::=::=.:::::::::--- ::::=. -. . . h.l
preparing g the trees ou Call street. captured 200 insurgents. Prisoners #1 -.L'. . . . . !- _." . . . '\ \.,"
City Attorney, A. V. Long, say Aguinaldo's men qtrll
will prepare the for the : have no confidence in his ability
Winter Millinery goods ever brought to Starke franchise and everything will i to whip the Americans or even :.
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to hold them in check, as he .. .. .i.
be in few ,
a days. I' /
did the Spaniards. His men .c. :: :
: f frl
Mayor Appointed.The
are deserting him large
Mayor was appointed for numbers. The proclamation of :T: .; :. "
AND VERY CHEAPFor 15 days to look after the sanitary i General Otis offering who $60 to ..\.. ..\. .... ....
condition of the city, and every insurgent gives up

to confer with City Health Of- his its effect.rifle, they They declared are anxious, has had to ; G. a LIVINGSTON 1j .j jt.
the next thirty days we will sell our ficer, Dr. E. L. Stewart. give up their arms without these \.\\\rl\ .
The town will be thoroughly terms. If General Otis pur- t., ,) Dealer In-
cleaned, and will be in sues his present policy there is .
put a .
stock of MILLINERY in order to make room I sanitary condition at once. every hope that the war will" !f! Hardware, Groceries, .\ j..
be ended inside of two months.
In Regard to Lights.A "Ah !1" said, the correspondent '\\'h.i' ': Furniture, Stoves, Farming :.. :.:.

: for} new goods. Committee will go to Jack- who stood in with the I.I i.\\i 1'I U.J Paints :: ::
sonville in a few days to see operator, what a great desk Implements, ,
i about selling the machinery of editor was lost in this same ::(\:' ... ..
the Electric here General Otis.-Boston Traveler. )ai'. Oils, and \:
Light plant ... S. .. .
and also in regard to purchasing I.:

: DON'T FORGET THAT WE ARE pose new plant.of machinery starting and for operatingthe the pur- Matehek Pianos I .Uf.M i\j\:,; GENERALMERCHANDISE. ;+..

are pianos with a name. \\j\ ; .

L IN LINE ON GRAIN, GROCERIES Log Train Derailed. Pianos That Have a Reputation J

Last Thuisday night about second to none. They are the u :
kind that have stood the teat of Call when need Any4
7 o'clock 26 empty log trucks 1. on me you
ETC. ETC. time and satisfied the most crit-
were derailed on the six '
miles West of here on"the spur A., They ical Are musicians Notold in every way. I::\\;=: thing in my line. I also carry a 1::I:j

.... ....... ..,,. S. R. & G. Ry. Fortunatelyno style pianos that have been 1 full line Hay, Oats, Corn, Bran q 1
i ;;;J. ":.'::..'.-_.7" :- ::- :::\J._:.:.1-.:':'c_:,.:.c..:..:.-' ce.......c-.:; ;.tc-'' .it..,. one was hurt. The accident rented for years, and then of- 'I'j!,!I I I
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delayed the log train all day fered as great bargains, nor are \ f and feed. Everything sold at
Friday. Monday night another they"cheap, low-grado"pianos: : 1 : i'd' r
1 t made to sell "at half-price." I prices to suit the times. F '
wreck occurred at the same :: :: .M-
A'I .. ... ..,
Every Piano Is New, I >, ;" .f't ti. t- :
Coffins and Funeral supplies a place and 6 trucks were derail- ..( 5:" .d
e ed. Both accidents were sup- and every part is made in the (i. \, ,,.-.,.<;11'- ..-./.,.. .

:. specialty. Also fine Purnitu&w posed tho rails to spreading.have been caused. by factory it IT1ATIIUSIIEK will which,,last a is lifetime.a guaranteethat ..i.:\]l\-' G. C. LIVINGSTON. ::,3.

w Want to Play Ball : Why cheap Take pianos Chanceson ,when the OLD IrNext I r\::: to Fostoice. :-: Starke, Florida. ..

Tuesday the Captain of the AND RELIABLE MATHU- ..
-I.. : Don't forget the place. second base ball nine here received SHEK can be bought at prices .. It.l. I-
I a challenge from the and terms to salt you? t.l. ... .
_ There are over 15,000 MATHU- .
w I of the second f: .
S S Captain nine in SHEK pianos in the. South. :. .: .
Melrose to play a match gameof "ton should have one." GENUINE .'.\..
- : W B. HAINES CO. ball the \'}
4 S L on Starke diamondon MATHUSHEK PIANOS ::,:..j
the 17th. The Starke nine Are sold only by .Ie! -, I
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.. ? accepted the challenge and we LBDDEN&B .M. H. 'l. < l
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will be treated to a warm ,- 3;
STARKE, FLA. ball on that date. gameof FRED ,KANX Fla.,29, Manager East Bay, Street.Jacksonville =7 "i "j \ ::;- L \' l l

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THE :FLORIDA -._- -----:-.-.--- -.- ._.: '. -- F E"-" :=\. 50 : r-:;;" .', .< T- -..... -.<-_
they would -- -
: go over in South ..FLORIDA V
the cat IJammed
cattle of Florida RAILROADS. V
WEEKLY ADYOGATE. Carolina to tie the: ,knof/ Upon V
The Time -U ion and Citizen and purchase them
I being asked why he was going has the only FLORIDA CENTRAL & PENiWLAft R.

over in S. C. to be married he following to say in regard they are cheap and closet '";\'" ; R.

PDBLISHKW: KVKKY THURSDAY to Florida raised cattle hand in their
-AT- replied that there it would not whi h is i .*. .. TIME T.\llLEIN: EFFECT JUNE 11, 18t19. All Trains Dally.
very interesting : And they -
,. especially deprecate
BTARKE, FLORIDA cost him anything to :
marry her A few days agoaccording and regret to see the introduction II. NORTH & I-AST. l-3.-. 3d. ,: SOUThLENLLVIbIOii. G 13' ,

F M. PREWITT -neither: could she -'be suing to a State exchange breeder of Florida L v. Starke...... ...... .... 54'J-d 21p-215p :Lv. Srlorke................. .-..... -IO&ga -10071'
him for cattle as. breed- L v. 20' T45p! 4 30p :Ar. Walc10 ........ ...._..... ...... lISa O4)p
alimony three days: in south Florida sold about i into t\r. Jacksonville..8 'O\p; 550i> '.Ar.Oain v&.le. _................. i2DIp ...... .
Editor anti Publisher.&UBSCRIPT1CN ing-stock that prodigally \r. I-vereH.O 3.);. 9 &p 7 l>Op Ar. Cedar Keys...... ... ...... ....
later. 1,000 head of Ar. lirullSw k...... .....11 3.a... ... ..... Ar. SiletSpriugs ...u.....' ....... 7Op...... :
cattle for $10,000. i fertile island, where in ante- _\r. Snt'olIllill.t... .. ...... 1 27p 11 5lp.. ..... Ar. :. .
RATES. Ar. Jo'r..irtax.: ..... .... .... :!20p IMp.. ... .. Ar. Ocala..I.. ............. ...... I U.
.. SECURED BY ITS WIDE CIRCULATION We believe experienced stock-war times, both cattle and swine Ar. DeDI:1art.:: ............. 242p ..ca... ... Ar. l.eesbarg.-.............. ::232p 2sO 4
One Year. .11.00Six Ar. AugusiaO3........... 9p: 6 .) ....... Ar. Tavares...... .......... .......Jl07p
Months . . flitTtree.tlollthS. (!) men in that section of the State i were often so massive in their Ar.. Columb1J... ........... 43-1' 43'33....... .r. Ort Ldo.... ...... ..... ........ .lOOp 333p 52O 82Uar.
... At the \ Abev1lle..I 1401' ... .. Ar. 'VmterPark......... ......... ..
25 July meeting of the are pretty well agreeed that the 1 build that water would Ar. -ta.......... Ar. Owensboro...... .... ... .. $27p.. 4 Ia
standon Ar. I:>a ...... Ar. Plant City..............t.-.. 'J.
Strictly in Advance.OFFICE City Council it was agreed upon i capacity of the ranges averages ( top of their b3ck Ar.Ar. ...... ... Ar: Tampa..... .._........ .. 530p 44p 63Ct'

that both of the Starke papers I about one head to forty acres. Do not Ar.: Ctnclnnatl..7:=?p.:.:::.: STARKE&JACKSONVlLJ.. It ..
want :
} : make bids fat cattle, Ar.Ar. COOt".ke....... .. ............./ .1 ISpI 5: 4v'..
on the City Tax list, This herd of cattle, therefore, J forsoothf What questions does !! ".,.p..L.v.V..Ick.onYlie..-. ...... ."....... S 8p "$SaAr. --
UP STAIRS IN HEMMI27GWAY and that the be Ar. Philad lJ.hla......... .11 35a 2r.;-$: WES T. D 1. &; N. O. 2 22
same given to represented the income from i a starving reconcentrado Ar. New Yoil.... ....... 2Op1&a: ........ _
BUILDING ON CORNER CALL the lowest bidder. ask Ar. Boston...... ............ 9 i.kpJ 3 p ....... Lv. Starke....... .......... ...... 5408 .Ip'
When we 40,000 acres or 23 .....
cents about JacksonvUle..ou. .
AND ,V per ? Florida NORTh & Nowv1T: i4 36 38 L.v.. : .... a iipr.
AJ.YUT'STREETS.Ad'ertlslnJ \: Lake Cfty.. .. ... 1128&
went to put in our bid we were acre per year. But this would 1 breeders will tar k e............ ...... -:-4011 Ar. IJve Oak............... ........ 1218p 121bW 10.51'LS
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soon that Lv. Jacksonville............ 821a: :1. p ---1 Ar. Mad'isoD.................. ...... IIIp 2,0.,.
:; Rates. informed that the Bradford L be only one year out of three Cuba does not Ar. Everett......... ... .. I025a 95.'Jp-p: Ar. Mont1eeUb...::........... .......:: 44C8P
LI require lean Ar. Macon.......... ........ --I 2 ...... Ar. 1.'uUahasliee..r... ...... 338p eOO1t
Our advertising rates will be as reasonable County Telegraph, a (weakly)I or four, as it takes the steer that cattle. The island Ar. A.tlal.1ta... ............. 1"ap p 5 a.a .... Ar. Quincy.............. ...... 4 $23.
will presently Ar. HlrID1U l.am.: .. ................. 112011........ Ar. River Junction........ .........526p 401t
&s consistent with keeping up a good news in ... ....... Ar. Pensaea..! ............. ...... .
newspaper published Starke length of time to J\r. 1r1-IIlhL'I .. ....... 9 ....... .IOOp SIOIf
paper. It.Li the purpose of the publisher tine ,, mature to a be filled up again and Ar Kni'sasCity; ................. 53.'>p ...... Ar. Mobile............................ 306. I.....:
a clean.attractive newspaper with only had been awarded the tax list t profitable size for butchering. then, even if the native CuK'ins': Ar Lexington.th.1tL1ou'Ar. .......... .. .. 9 ;p a ..... ...Ar. New Crl ans.. ......... ...... 7 tOa.....,

such a proportion of advertisements as will as that paper had volunteered I Therefore these : : :::::::::::::: :::::: 500p ::: :: V
tn&urc that all will be seen and read and none ranges under did not rule out our angular Ar.: LoulSvllle......... ::::: :::::: 1311p :::::: t-Leave Fernandina: fOF
buried behind Ar. Sl.I.intLou1s......... .... .
a mass of others. Rates will to do the 1.1a
be uniform and will be made known printing at "half legal:I cattle are producing a revenueof beeves, the new race of en- Ar.: Cblcaj'O .. ............. :::::: 71 p ::::: Jacksonville 7..05 ii. tn., ann.
on appli rates" and Ar. DetrOit................ ...... ...... t '
cation. that it had THREE less than 10 cents per acre terprizing American Ar. Cle\.eland....................... 615a......... 6:15: "
= V English L Ar. 1ndI.napolt..... ......:......'u05pI...... P. mt
subscribers residing in th"North" per years which i is getting down L and German farmers pouring A r. Oo1untms-= ..........-....I..... J J 3alt.-...... '-- _,__ V

A FIRE occurred at Glens, who are property to a turpentine level. The only in there will. A certain proportion SLEEPING CAn SERVICE --

Falls, N Y., Sunday destroying P. owners in Starke that the ADVOCATE compensating feature iu the of Florida's muscular Arrivals Jacksonville ..
cat from the North and East, STo So at 6:00'a. m.,-

$250,000 worth of property. did not have. situation is that this revenue i is tle may, perhaps, be wanted on No. 33 at 7:40 p. m. From the North and: Nurtbwt8ti o.:8'7. 9IO'.m..-

I We did not have chance secured From the West, No 1., 7-25 m. From the
a to practically without I: the and tobacco p* South No. 14,7:55 a. m.-
IT is estimated that the make sugar_ nlanta-on X--0--_. -10., .,!;q nn 1" .... ; ,
our bid and tell how labor. :
tions to feed ;
world's gold production for the the laborers upon, XOH. 35 id:36: carry Tollman Buffet Sleeper fotween Jacksonville and"New

many subscribers we had in Another circnmstance that as the Romans fed York and between Jacksonville and
decrepit Cincinnati via Asheville. No!,
1898 will
year amount to
; $294- foreign countries, and in other gives some comfort is that the slaves to their fishponds. But 83 and 34 carry Pullman :Buffet Sleepers between Jacksonville and New

000,000. f worlds. Florida is York. All! meals between Columbia and New York served On dlnlngcar"with ,
range doing as well depend
itf the
upon wideawake
trains 85, 36. Nos.
&6 and 37, Cincinnati. Flbrlda.nnd Havnnsf
ALL WILL be interested in Was the tax list awarded the as most of those in the Far. farmers who are going to :flock limited.- Nos 13 and 14 carry Pullman Buffet sleeping cars between-

the out corae-of the Dreyfus Telegraph because that paper West, and better than some of over there will not fool away Jacksonville and Tampa.

court-martial, which opened on i has THREE subscribers that we them. In 1880 the Government their time with "sandlappers"that Steamers for Key West and ilnvnna-No. 9 mft&es connection

:Monday at Rennes. have not, or was it a personal caused a live-stock .survey to take three years to gethez at No.Port 13, with Tampa those with leaving steamers Tuesdays leaving. and Mo.Fridays.days, Thursdays and Saturdays

matter? be made of most of the territory 350 pounds upon their carcases. :Nos. 1 and 2, sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.

TIlE Star and the "Ocala Ed- We have been able to breathe west of the Mississippi, Chicago will soon be practically Full information at Ticket Office, Starke.

itor" are "at it again," and and eat three time per day in i with a view of determining its our only market and D. E. MAXWELL, A. O. MAcDONELL, L. A. SHIPMANl:

the Star to be the we Sec. V. P. & Gen. Mgr. Gen.'ag"'. Agent. AflBtr
seems getting the past without the tax lists capacities and requ rement know what class of beeves JACKSONVILLE Oen.lYa88. A't.-
best of the "scrap'IF .. We depend the Extensive FLORIDA.
., upon people inquiries were made Chicago demands. It will take I. '

a "gold bug" and a half for support and not .upon a little -, among the stockmen, and the all the Texas mesquite grass
.- lays an egg and a half in a day "cut-rate" printing as the results were tabulated and and Kansas corn that Florida & GULF RAILWAY COMP'Y.

and a half, how many eggs Telegraph does. published in a bulky volume. cattle can consume on their Timo Table No 33r In Effect
Monday July 17 1899.
The little sheet, while boast From this we learn that ,
in the ,
Robt. McNamee lay in journey, by relays, Chicago -... .

two days? iiier of its "circulation",. re year mentioned the ranges in to make them even passable in r 'aUy r'o.3 No. \\r .

minds us of a paper publishedin Texas were earring one unit of those pens of Westen leviathans _Distance t Lv.P.ex SU'I!>.. S'l"A TIONS. cP'Y SIde ex))a1l7 Sun ; 1\.

I track Ar.AM
LAST year the United States Ohio, which sent out a so- stock (one steer or five sheep) 'J and even then will .1'0' 4 W .-.......-...-T .... ......GalnesvUle......_......... ..-... ---.
they ..
3:1:;. 4 (05 .......... .F ............ .....lrIlnnfe 30 00 .... ,!
exported 1,852,160 worth of licitor for advertisements, and on 24.72 acres ; New Mexico, only sell for "canners." 3.II'Jt 10 ....... ..... .. ...C1nt:' i1llJ..e .r.r .. ...;.:
5.18 4 15 ........ T' ........... 15 ...-:; I
bicycles to Great Britain, $1 upon being asked where his one on 63.27 acres California H.1 425 t ........... T ...............Rocky ............... .. 15 II 40 .......... .
pa- ; Why not fatten them right 11.33 43.j ........ }<' .......... ..... 10 830 ... ...... '
724,404 to Germany per circulated the solicitor said one on 25.63 12.12 40 ..... .. T .. .............. 2 8:0 ... .....,
$011,402 acres.Al'izoua; here, thus saving the wear and 1:1.1 .J.'j ............... ........... : .s .3 8 IS .... ....._.
to Canada and that it circulated in I 13.00' 4 50 .......... F ...... ......SVachoota..S. 8 10 .. .;;..;
$482,682 to North and one on 122.24 a res. Nevadawas tear of 4,000 miles' journey 1r.91: 45j ......... T ... ....... .. 806 ... .......
France. South H 50J .... ... F I.. :.. .... ....... 5 14 00 ........
America, Africa, Asia, the lowest, carrying only.. and the heavy freightage? Save la.l!) 10 .........1 '1' ............ ...... .... .V. 7u.1........
J9. 52j .__... .... __ 25 >> ..... I
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Japan, China and that it one unit of stock 145 -- .. .AU c lowwa. ...... ...... 35 .. .... ,
NEARLY was on acres. the rich 19..H 5 23 .. .... T ..............Lake 1361. ,
all of the State pa- fertilizing material to 21.1'.1 53'() ........., .r ................. 20 ....... ..;
all he could do to keep it from The area of Florida 37,931- be 2L87 ;5 33: ........ T ................) 10 73 I.._..;.;.' ,
pers seem to be advocating ground and applied to our 27 5I") ........ T ................Dtt 20 7 ro ..:;. .
going to h-]I. 520 acres. At one head to forty 2J : t 55O i ..... ... T ..................!): Simontoa..S. V 7 15 .......
Gainesville as the most suitable truck-farms ; save and tan .the : HI f'i'!' } ........... T .. ...............Fr. .S 12 710 ,.......r
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place in the State for the holding THE Evening Call, of Jacksonville acres, this would support 948, hides and manufacture shoe 27.5' I AI'60 I'M!) ? T ........... .... .....:. ........ .....'.00..AMI' ..... F.'

2SS head
of"tho which is about When we consider F-Slop tSi: a's oat for.pa>sen:ers or freight. r'T
next Democratic made its first the matter -V--------.---_._ '_..___.. T-Tctegriph.Oflee. S-Stop.l" ..
state Convention. I double the number now in the on all sides it -- V
I :Monday, It is seems incrediblethat >r further Information, address
a bright $tnte. But there is favorablecifcifiristance !
a Florida
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raise the .
cattle V. J. IIEKLOXU
newsy evening paper antI wilt L. E BAKKER
STARKE: is I ,
enjoying not above made
a steady and
I no doubt meet with send up :North, raise the President! & Gen'l. Mgr
success. j G&Ft--Pass.!
growth. There are of t AgtrV ,
more brick apparent. The ranges the1 feed, at 1 least in part, and ship Gaincs1inc Florid
buildings in Starke 'now than TILE Far West nearly all deteriorate North r
phosphate1 business over up ; then turn right round -"""< .- --' "- -- ..
in any other town in the Stateof under the of cattle --: "stWATLAHTIC ---1
the A., S. R. & G. railway-is and send money up there to

the same size, and more are I ,and still more under the close SUVITAIIIIEE
increasing. From ten to fifteen purchase beef, to purchase" ferti- & GULF R'Y'Timo
going :Let the grazing sheen while in If
up. good work Florida
cars of it are brought in over lizers, to purchase shoes, and .:.

go on this line every days j especially! in the wire rassnVinna let; our hay-grasses rot on the Tabb In Effect- Wednesday August 3rd 1899. J
.. of the llatwoods. they -- I .. "* .
TJII: cotton mills in North ---- -- w I I ground.. our corn feed the I Ko.: 3. t j 1(&. .I No. I. :Capy STATIONS.
SOMETHING near forty people improve under cattle through I \\-eevils ana- on? Sun <3VSat r lIiiDaHy :Sid* Ml/Cf! .t r>. s No. 1.at ., >0. 4.;
Carolina made a profit) of 20 to cassava: go to -1-I ---:- -' ,. .._ DaUy! S oy9oOp Sun o''

were killed by a trolley cart tim gradual displacement of the waste for lack of a inarket. 3 OOp, i eoj p / 64j7ft a : CO .. ... ..........Starke':...... ... ....Ar: If r
25:;> 3 J.-.f i 6 I: ..... .. WMa
per cent. in the last > P ) a : 6 ....lne Wand ...... 9 2np'
yean jumping the track trestle wJregrass by Louisiana and :3 "M p 11;20 p 70712)-"> Il'..... .....Sarnr&1nJunction....... .. S' 1041 a BJ5!: p 4 :5 pi
One company, with ] on a FROM THE STATE 3 2-->>> U ; $ :fil' a :.. .. ...... ..... ... V\Vaiowripbls.. ...... .. 7 tr: a 930p CSwp'
a capital and plunging into I Bermuda PRESS :34)- p 61p( 72: a _.... J ....... .. .Atlantic...... ..... .. I03fa 025 p ItJrI
of $l, OOOOO() made I a pond below grasses. -- S *> PI\J5p: 733 a : J I'.." ........Ward City.......... .. 13 10 16 a B20p910p 6rJpt
a profit of These 3 :50 p CM p 733 IJ :... .. .I ......... 'rnOD1:1t\'tl.r.. .. ....... .. 15 IOG. lU p o'
$285.000.; ''''hat's near Bridgeport, Conn., are distinctly better Warm in Two Ways.From ) 7u"p 747 a : 2* .... .... ........LiCrO..e.: ..:.. ..... .. 17 1001t a P 05 p IS tJ plOOp
the reason 403p 1uJp: 760 ....... .. 20 Sl aftt 8 -
: 4 : ....Getzenx.. ..... ... p p. ...,
Sunday.TILE than the wi i'egrass, whereasin : the Gainesville Sun. 4 10 PI 7 1'1 p 7 57 a 15; : ..........Ilalncs .... .21 a II P &=
Florida worth. .... "
( can't have cotton. factories If 4 :t'Op! 7 2) p 807 i .I........ .... ....H>4meH.sLokt.. ... .. 23 / 041 a o 13 p 5 4 PI
1 the' West the valuable I II politics were as warm as 4 12 :p 7t'2 p7ip IJ'a ...- ..S F. & Vv. Junction.... .. *28A 111" 835p 5 ?ip
? 4.p fiH3 ) ........... > I I\i.\ 8.W p82tp S"p
West Coast of lliH weather ; Alaubua...... .... .. "
Florida I buffalo, gramn, hunch, bluejointand i I tIIP1'e"ouid no/ a .4 : I 3)) y J
1 ; ...... a '
: '
suffered loss from hot( ; time in old 3' p ;!;' K 'Ar... .. ....O.. c. 5JOp
great town in n..l.t'
TJIE Pensacola News the other wild every I V :1085 a "Oa IV.t.p
: : are
says grosses mare I
FlorMn.] ..
storm of last I XX-NECTKXXS.
week. Carrabelle 4. eTVe
"The friends of Hon. J. D. or less destroyed: by stock and] ;
and several other I Need More or 'em. At S'p.rko: *,T'.th F. f. t P. RaIlroad for Savannah

Beggs, of Hon. I). II. Mays, of towns were replaced by the worthless I Prom the Jacksonville: Metropolis.! G.ine..viI1t: ;, O >'\la. Tainp.i, 0, Ian: ot'te. and Jacksonville- .

lIon. Fred T. Myers, of lIon. almost completely wiped off of squirrel grass, weeds, etc. Today :} John B. Stetson pays out .At'S l1nl' nlt Junctionvirh (:. S. & F. CorIat V 'fVddo8til..MAconeto; V ,, "

A\rm. H. : t the face of the earth. For fnrjher information call: :c::' nddi'efes V V i
Milton and of'.other twenty years aft!>r thltmn'ey : monthly to his employes at AIUIIUJl MEIOS( or ,

possible gubernatorial :Land over $,000 De-// GKO. TOMPSETT,
candidates ANOTHER feud i is about to : was made, probably the per (Jen'l. M vtia Jacksonville, FJa.: Suinrinteudent. ;
Oh, for a few such Starke, Fl'aVtXlLORING. :
are letting more "gold ":""" ,
no grass grow I occur iii,..Kentucky.] Four families ranges of Florida would] compare bugs". '- '-.l!: : .. -' .
under their feet. The indications tt V ;
favorably with(
wild '
are heavily armed each any ".
As the democrat
Sees ti
are that the campaignnext one pastures west of Mississippi. .- .
waiting for the other to From tho'Pa,co Coatty Democrat. .. .
<> i.
'e. '
year: will be a lively But here is the e..e. e. (e. "e..s.- V... 6... e. ,
make a move, and a warm time point : By the Come to think of if, The :[atch ...
:is so much life has introduction Kentnc-I S"t:1.ing: :: Cto
already thus
is anticipated when it of improved ky tile State which contains
take's ,
A IVLIS wg1Vsaid} : fhit
early] been infused into it." place. breeds, grading up the inferior Henry Watterson and the Clay '.s!*k t 1 t? M\\ I Ii: man.feuf he more manners sol* \ (M04J
-- ; : M s. character i5' ilio .1

lon horn. nil those \Vp- --af-.irn.. .. _county___ assassinspretty. a h. nearly_ 01'J\ _, 'J 'I. l fVI'Hlltlr-. ....'iII".niV4tl..r..t-......... iffrtisary"' __ H to
COL. BRYAN is credited with ANY ONE: dealing' in "bed runs me gamut ui clv I zation. V W '- ft and-01 r-afS 'h.s .w. U J S1lur n the
ranges, even incredibly k jootf ttt&f! &*& .en '
having made $200,000 in the bug exterminator": "consump barren of 4 / he will find the -lakbittftifr o"ifv kirta .,.
ones Nevada / ,
last have / )
two/ and a1OvettbEwori&V
: / years a half which .
tion Good .
cure" Roads
is "headache tablets" had. their! Beneficial.From / \ FOR ALLY '
almost double the amount of capacity practically -..-- '-.-CORRY. ti .Sf
the Punta
and Gorda Herald.
salary President McKinley has "foot ease", can'- secure an I doubled, if not better than In nIt parts of the V \ / I, tir tteriacSye! ,, fit, 1 nisbi'1Ji4-----.r cnU! V -

V drawn. It; seems that. Fitzsim- advertisement (free of charge) that. Neanwhile Florida remains where roads have been improved country- .v $ f V ing manly of effect, yctf stottltf orifei1 you? aUor --

raons wasn't the first defeated : in the Bradford County Tele- \ V
the the work has
a11e-f unchanged proven satisfactory I M.f3OfN&VCc( .
man who ,
got the big financial graph, or better known the"Starke and and '
as profitable. The
unimproved. When the What "r Crest CHcaMcrc*
end.! Kev IT&lfeW
Vest, Advertiser.The .1 ,
Bladder South has been a benefit to other for over 20 Tears V V
; Florida stockman asserts sections Trarfe. the r.e*drrf# t&* Ciittoa
$200,000; may not be half Sarsaparilla Circular" would also benefit DeSota for leu You csn than get a"BORN"6uft<*Ormoct
sending that money is
by Cuba does eiaalljrpmKl for
of President not want fat 1LL foods and tailoring. infcrter
McKinley's salary, them a sample package. beevesf county. .3. y.: # V V ;' V FIT AMD!' PINIIIcvAuhJmn. ..
: that his stock is already I rTrrH Btt.a4,... V.
little "side transactions" Is This Enough T V cELL Ot IWMI1 .....
., to be counted iu. ; large enough for that market From the Gainesville St.I:. ,.. .

i CASTOR. we' are forced .:to-_. inquire of Lively: times may he anticipated -V DOUGLASS & ALDERMAN.

A CERTAIX young man: who} For Infants I him : If so, jvhy did the Cubans, in the metropolis of Flor ,
I and ,,
Children. ;
ry hJ. 1'o.
.E. lias been"idhiug in Srarke, announced I The Kind You have !!; in their V better days before the Times-Union ida. Monday's issue of the 'I'I'' Cascnrcts Candy Cathartic the most woo :':'10\,0&jJihall BBtote Tear lice "..,. IT
Always BoughtBears and Citizen drfu1 medical; To
that he' insurrection breed contained discovery of the age, picasaut : quit tobacco easily and forever be
was to be wed- cattle 3&?' "
n.nd netl .
the refreslnrt? to the taste, net gently : full of life, terra and .. >
fled qt .voting; Jndy: iaGe'orgis thoSignature 4 wejghing 1,200 to 1,600? I applications of for- ami pftsillvcJy vn kWnejs.liver and focvreli, .the wonilef-worsen,tnat makev taUe weak NtXToBac. -
Jiring of ct4ffl : ty-three Duval county saloon] tloai': :;inzr the entire srsurn, dispd cold.s nroO%. 'All drusgist,tOe 01"U. Cure ..
't1 : ,: ami said: that ..'. ,( I I Per contra,, we know that the I'keepersfor permits and Cari leu!nche, fever Jjabi I1 1 constipation teed Booklet and sample tree. .AdcrtT gw -
.. to sell) li hlnh..n',8.;
PJasft buy anil box SlerJtag
V .. h. try a lieiacdy Co..
I .mot iijtelUgent Cubans Chlcaco or New York.
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Diet Was! Live,Snakes And Her Occupation

0. *sx Evil D<.ln!;. Atfnilt That Ii;:1 PntSe and Cons'ql1 THE C. .13. flOERSOTIwFCMtRS a
Of The most formidable, perhaps, of. High Prices: Will Restrict the Ce Of w *# ; .':01 ....'l'......'

the unearthly being: who peoplo the A'ooleus.fc'croe I ASS'wi t.ESAIC t1 ccrb,. ., .. '
: cf the severest: trriticisais not "
deer forests at all eventsin' tho JACKSONVILLE '
only] cf ppeciul duties ami clauses, bet 4 FLORIDA-: ?.
; central districts of Scotland, was _f the vrbolo accursed protective tV : 'V*
. tho>itch of lien-yGloe, which is cc i_e, froiu the protected inanuf\gtnicrsiLcznrelvcs Provisions, Grain, Hay Flour, Grits, MeM', Etc:. I-.,

' the highcrt pak! in the forest of : in their etrcggle withtJI'P'J.Siug SOLE AGENTS FOR Our biisiheSs 'bonDned to the .

) i.' Athole. This amiable enchantress, jccrettry interests.if'the "Woolen' Mr.] 3.Manufacturers'K". D.: North, Fairblilk Caaiiing Co. Lion Brand trade only.] Or"Je from COD *

diet consisted principally of sumers nelthersohcited nor de- :.
whose -
tssociaticu, is now and : w:1yshns beena Caansd
; Heats. '
live in kind such he be- R sired. -
snake, delighted every stanch prctrcticmst. As

:: of evil doing, but in none more than lieves that the ?0CCC-COO consumers: of

that tho
passion of revenge. Upon one occa- plunder : in use for over 30 years, has borne tho signature of ;. .
sro the proper persons to enjoy the pro- ,
lion her aid was invoked by the fectiokpluuticr.Tlio d -and has been made under his personal .. ..
,,-r _. """- -- .- r ........- ,
Earl of Athole's cupbearer, whose free wool experiment: : : which vrs 7 supervision since its infancy. :: "'S.:

Eon, a robber, had been executed by have been trying for three year! besides Allow no one to deceive you in this. -

the earl. Tho witch promised to being an object lessen in the Way of All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes are but Experiments U. D. lVIINER .

abet his schemes of vengeance in Leap vrcolrn5, has taught the woolen that trifle with and endanger the health of T e.:.
manufacturers that make ,.
they can CBfemch Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.
three ways.. She presented bin ...
or more profit with free wool and
\vith certain herbs, which, if givento : FLA.
racclernte protection which permit
: people -
his ma ter'a horse, should so What is CASTOAIA
? of moderate means to, vrehr real
knadden tho animal that it would woolen goods, than with high duties ca WATCHIHAKEE AND JEWELED

flash out its rider's brains. She 1>cth wool and woolens!, which restricts Cjastoria} is1a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops

further gave him a deadly poisdn to the use of woolens -people in good cirnrcstauces. had Soothing Syrups. It is harmless and Pleasant. It JOHN'S BRICK BLOCK, 1st DOOR WEST OF R. ..R.Best .

put in the earl's cup, nnd, lastly, The manufacturers thersfr contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
undertook these devices "*e display] iucrs than Ifacir usual inod- substance. Its is its It Worms
failing ago guarantee. destroys Assortment Clocks and in
': and in the advice which aces Jewelry theilSpcciPl
sty patriotism ,
Wind ;
to conceal tho cupbearer ill the and allays Fcvcrishncss. It cures Diarrhosa and

fearl'a] bedroom, feo that ho might hey;a in rte WaF giving: inttonb to cciiprefs.voice the Mr.manu North ac- Colic It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipationand and Prompt Attention Given to RBpairing; Chargei to atl.

stab him in his sleep. She clinched turers' patriotism Hit:! e Is part of his llatuieiicy. It assimilates the :Food, regulates the the stringency of the times.

tho matter by vowing tho most horrid Advice t.9 taken from the Washington Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
vengeance upon any one who, feorreipoirdenco Cf The Dry Goods Econ The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. Old] 1 Gold bought or taken in exchange.

9 ......... ., .
having heard her secret, should omist: V' "" 4 f -
_. .
Venture to disclose it before St. An- I mn free to cay lie Mil is far from satisfac- GENUINE ALWAYS -
ors to the Vrooten mantifacturers.:. The chief 1
drew's day. Sixilt is to te found with tho! two; 'Hool duties, -. f-
Tho earl's page had happened to which are so high that oar manufacturers will Bears the Signature of
find Ifcemeel res sorely embarrassed. It is true
overhear what was passing and was the committee has provided compensatory CANDY

i' puzzled how to save his master titles which ar% probably sufficient to offset ... .
the duties wool, but the will 'Ti
on raw di3culty
tho hand and to elude the
on one
be, in my ojilnlon, that the very considerable = CATHARTIC
witch's resentment on the other if Increase in price which meet be made to cover y
he dared to divulge the plot. King the additional cost nt raw material will,! have
the effect of cutting down consumption to c.a a t9
James V and his court, should bo extent that will bo disasfrbus to the msnufactcrcra. -
said were paying visit at the time 1 do not contend tbat the itues on
\tvoolen niannff.ctures in the LEI are not FuH- The Kind You toe Bought
to the earl, who entertained them dent to protect us against too severe foreign Always
with what Captain Ccwtigan, called competition, but tho limit of the co surser'e CURE CONSTIPATION

"princelee hospitalitee" and indeed tHirchaeing Rowe must, and control I fear him the in rates bayingwooltt'manufactures of In Use For Over 30 Years. ....

had built a palace specially for their the new bill will very materially restrict consumption. .
reception When on the following ALL ',
:i.<- f. niii'IV M".N
This is practically saying: to Din>]rv, "
15. 504
day the cupbearer, as usual, proffered : DRUGGISTS -
Aldrich and the other servants v' i-e ,
the earl his "morning," ML.
:protected manufacturers at Washington: .,
'Hold ," exclaimed Willie tho page, "Go low; with your high duties and --= .'.-,.L.u .___ J
"and pray to the saints that their don't try to protect too many. If yon I-; ;; : :
blessing may attend the Jay's let everybody into the protection ring, Oar Lighthouses.OMH be destroyed forever ; nine cases. THi:!

isport. The earl accordingly fell tbero will; be nobccly outside to prey of
hmivlivii: and fifty years out ten are caused by ca- GRDVES
On his knees when, to his upon and vo will havts:! to prey ripen
great astonishment NEW YORK
the goblet instantly each ether. Don't make the mistake: of ngo the Eddy ttnp. lighthouse tirrrh, which is nothing but an WORLD,

broke into a thousand pieca But, taxing raw materials too high. Wewouldn't in England, with a Go- candlepower inflamed condition of the mucous ,
mind it if \vo could sell onr THRlDE-A-WEEK EDITION.
the king being mounted, there was good and charge the tax over to the light; cost for maintenance surfaces.

no time for commentary or delay. consumer. Cut when the tax if so high One
,4 We will give Hundred
40 cents an hour noiv.at .
1 The earl's fiery steed is brought th:1t"c have to make our prices almost ; MA3f(191IL The etrikeing and Important eyent

r i-ound. Ho makes ready to mount, out of Eight we have found that we can- the same expanse, a light of Dollars -for any case of deafness of thb last year have established tho

,, but scarcely has. he set foot in stirrup not sell so many goods: ) because the people 160,000 aurle.power is maintained (caused 1 by catarrh) that cannot L4 overwhelming value of THE TnnicE-
' when the twang of a bill-string can't afford to wear clothee-that Hall's A-'VEEK TbHLD to eVery nttl! ; r: oran

t Is heard, and the horeo falls dead, 13, woolen clothes, which are the only and the tHftVivnce between be cured By Catarrh .f + ,. almost nominal sum It has kit Hi!

pierced to the heart by the page's ones worth considering because they :are the two illustrates tht Cure. Send for circulars, free.F. .subscribers Informed of the ifrogrcs*

The natural of the only ones which vre manufacture.Our J. CHENEY & CO. of all our wars and, moreover haste- .
arrow. annoyance solicitude for the dear American extension of lighthouses, which : .

the haughty nohlo at such an occurrence consumer is such that wo do act vis-h;i now number more than 10,000 Toledo, Ohio. ported them as promptly and fully
1',1IiIIIIiL\ is not l diminished as if it were a daily. With our Inter-
sensibly by
to compel him to clothe himself in the
Willie's somewhat lame excuse that in all countries, though 35 Sold by Druggist 73c. n T +, cats still extending throughout thu

U- rte, be had been shooting:! at an eagle and ECTI B P 6SF years ago the number was less Hall's Family Pills are the world, with oar troop's bitefelteg lit
TROT the Philifvbiuea.] and the great Presidential
, missed his mark, and it might have best. .
than 2,000.Thirtyfive. -- ---' ---'
gone hard with the boy but for the ri IltiO Ell, pXtS campaign, too; at hand Itd
TI years ago t there weld TASTELESS value is further Increased;
intervention of the
timely queen I II.P,EAS .0 IF YOU don't like your boarding
mother. n t 380 lighthouses in the United The motto of THE Tnalbi:-a-'t'n i

The cupbearer was Cow left, 10 ;a'lll' II house food; don't eat it ; if WORLD is improvement; it trive:1
States 4G5 in
. to speak, with but one string to hiss f only, as against you don't; like the hat you wear, HLL't each year to be better tiiah it tew thii{

s ? ; I Great Britain and Ireland, of before, and public dbnfidtriicd:
*. Low. That night at tho banquet tho ( jt; rI don't wear it ; if you don't like year
king was summoned to tho south to I ; (y11h y4l5t which 245 were in England; 130! I! in it Is shown by the. fact that it new
tweet the English foa and set out ham your neighbor; let him alone ; circulates more than twi e as many
in Scotland arid ninety in Ire-
forthwith, bidditeg bis host follow + '_ if you don't like the town you T' [] N I. C. I papers every week as any other liewu-
laud. Now there 1,000 in :
in the morning with his "tail. i are live in, get out of it ; and if you : : paper, not a daily: ; published in Amer -

The earl was on tho point of retiring' Great Britain and the number | don't like the contents of this ISJU.+, GOOD FontDULTS.I I :?%\.

to his room, where the cupbcaiertoncl : of the United States: is 1,500, WARRANTED. PRICE 5Octs We ofler this unequaled newspaper

his friend, the witch, were carefully paper--: why, your liver is in ALATIA,ItiS.,KCV- ,1533.Paris : and FLORIDA WEEKLY ADVOCATE to-
-- exclusive of those in Alaska: T-Icdlcino! Co.. St.l..oul-sl\lo.
concealed, when the page: at -. bad slmpe.-Exchange. nllcncn-\'rc) sold drip year: COO bottles of gather one year for 150.
Iris wits' end how to avert the and the newly :acquired l'Ht CUOVE'S bought three TASTE gross: alrord*S CHILL?this: veaIn TONIC?all nnd our have:ei- The regular subscriptian price of

dreaded made the brilliant Indian and of perience of It years in the drug business, hare the two Is t2.00,;
catastrophe etlha of beasts, which arc neither fashionable provinces, Six hundred and fifty thous- Lever sold an article that gave such universal antis papers

though somewhat extravagant nor healthful. Let us not tax !stationary beacons* anchored of faGtidn, ai: roar 7oaic. Xours BIUYCA.nB truly &CO- _....:.:..... '- J-----__ .
and co'nsumed
tea are
that the shouldbe
suggestion him to death. Lot us be reasonable and
set on lire by way of providingtho encourage him to live nnd to weal vessels; canning:\ lights: electric in England every day, which

king with a bonfire or bencon to clothes. By so doing we can keep out or gas buoys in position, fogirnals gives 5,200 gallons a minute, F. C & P. RAILROAD

fcuido his step through tho dark- mills running and give employment: to ATTENTION IS CALLEDTo i
I (whether operated by Arrival and fit( Trains at Starke
CCBH. Thu earl, liko a loyal vassal, American workingmen at America! night/and day throughout the Departure

jumped at the idea, which was wages, which, after all, id the chief object steam hot air or clock work) year. The tea drunk in Eng- I Schedule in effect June 11, '90: ;
manufacturers. the fact that
aimed at by tss! protected we are now
promptly put into execution. The "-Byron W. Holt. post lights, whistling buoys, land in a year would make a No. 9, South bound, leaves Statkd

Cupbearer perished miserably i in and stake lights to the number lake two and three-iifths miles prepared to do first class Job 10:59 a. m., for Waldo Galnfeavillr;
the flames. The witch escaped, ut- Tlifc Protectionist PerformancSi tfrlandd
tering loud execrations!=l, in ft column The following is a part of ex-Coli- of 1,500 additional; long, one mile wide and six feet Work, having received new Cedar Key Ocala, tampa

.of smoke, and the page, when St.Andrew's grcssiaan Jclm Ds Witt Warner's criticism The United States has 3,500miles and all South Florida' polttta _
deep. Slarkd
of the DiugJey] bill: Machinery, Type, Etc. No. 10, North bound, leave
,.... day had come end gone, "As it stands: the most brilliant part of s coast, 1COO milesof 2 :15 p. m., for Fernandina, Jacksonville

told everything, and was suitably of tbe pending performance consists in gulf coast and 1,500 miles of During the fall and spring of Lake City, Tallahassee Pen>ta*
with estate and bride.
rewarded an a OUR PRICESWe
"actors iiithe
eating the words of the same cola and all points North
The last year in which the witch of Fifty-first The McKinleybill lake coast. The literature of every t ear for several years I .
No. 13f South bound, leaves Stafk4
Ben y-Gloe is known to have heldConverse date virtually entitled suffered with chills and fever
cf that was lighthouses is rather; brief and ;
make as low as possible 1007 for Waldo; Ocala, Wild wood c
with men was 1773, the 'a bill to reduce 'feDUes. The Dingley
uneventful, though they have I tried every remedy I could Tampa, Leesburg, Tavatea, Ortandd
commended as
very same in which Dr. Samuel bill is specially a revenue order
in suit the times
Johnson safely accomplished his getter. The ilcKiuley bill pointed wits supplied the theme for many tied, but found no relief; Final- to ; arid all points South.

celebrated tour to the Hebrides. pride to the poor man's free breakfast poets and romantic writers ly I tried a bottle of Dr. Pow- No 14, North bound, leaves Starkd .
table. The Dingley; bill puts upon sugara OUR WORK 5 40 a. m( ref flaldwih, Jacksonville;
Chambers' Journal
single item of the breakfast table- more perhaps than the actual 1 ell's "Never Fail" Fever Cure, I Lake City Tallahassee, Pensacolai

Roman Hair Growths. one-third of the total amount of the facts warrant. Since 1800 else md after taking the first bottleI .* New Orleans and all Ndrlberfc polut:
tariff tai proposed. The items which Will be first. class in every
Professor Exner of the Vienna are supposed to belp the farmer xe'good tricity has been substituted for I \ greatly improved. I took For information address, .
Medical treating of the to A trial will convince D. GREEN, Agent, Starke: FIs;
society examples of so setting your trap as oil and the illumination two bottles and have never had respect.
functions of the human hair, re- 'cotch 'em a-cumin and a-gwine.' For gas or i A. O. MAcDONELL. G. P. A.;

narks upon the somewhat curious: instance; we have reciprocity in orderto improved, as has also the lifesaving the fetef since.....:...W. B. HAY- yon of this fact.DON'T 202 West Bay Street

fact that writers, have hitherto occupied -I give the farmers a market abroad for service.-Inventive Age. "; KS, Starke, Fla. For sale by S Jacksonville Florida.

themselves mainly with i what it is assumed..__L'they___ cannot produce the Starke SENDYour I
Speculations; as to the circumstances I for come: consumption unless they are Drug Company.
I highly;, protected is done by anothef Deafness Cannot be Cui'cdby
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led to becoming .
which have man bill." -- -
section of the
denuded of his hairy covering, the local applications, as they 60 YEARS. work away from home Skin Diseases
not degenerated senator Sherman at Ills Best.
being ,only
hairs however
organs but having alsd Every advance toward a free exchange : cannot, reach the diseased: por- EXPERIENCE when you can get it done with For the speedy arid permanent core of

to fulfill some functions. There is>:, of commodities is an advance incivilizations tion of the ear. There is only neatness and tetter salt rheum and eczema, Ch&mberlaln's -
dispatch right and Skin Ointment U
I i Every obstruction to a free s!!! Eye
a groiip, says tho professor; such as ia 'born of the same narrow, one way to cure deafness, and without an equal. It relieves the itch;,
"i I exchange
the eyelashes and the eyebrows fo / j her big and smarting. almost instantly and;
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despotic spirit which planted castles upon that is by constitutional reme-
instance- which 'are sensorial organs its contianed use effects a permanentcure.
the Rhine to plunder peaceful com- Deafness is caused by an It also cures itch barber's itch
\ tactile functions dies. ,
possessing nerce. Every obstruction to commerce TRADE MARKS WRITE OR CALL scald head sore nipples itching piles
-- and.;moreover, servo as a protection h a tax upon consumption.: Every facility inflamed condition of the mucous DE81GN8COPYRIGHTS chapped hanSfl chronic sore eyes aDdghmuJatOO.11ds.

; to the eyes, and in places where two to a free exchange cheapens commod of the Eustachian Anyone sebdlng a sketch and description Ac.mar .
... integumentary surfaces aro in contact itics, increases trade and population'] lining Quickly ascertain oar opinion free. whether an. for our'prices.ADVOCATH.
they act as rollers and facilitate and promotes civilization!-John Sherman Tube. When this tube gets inflamed tkras invention strictly la probablypetenaable confidential.! Handbook Cornmnnlc&on Patent Dr. Cads Condition P vf4 r i for
Bent free. Oldest agency for securing patent PUBS CO. horses are the best tonic, btooa tnttifiei
the_ gliding of the integumentary in 1S68. you have a rambling Patents tfiol notice taken witbout tironkh cnarze.Mnnn In theRmerkan.& Co. receive andvermiu Price; 25 C'ePt3.50ldb7

surfaces on each other. Further, The Beef Tnaf Tithe. and
sound imperfect hearing, Scientific
there is no doubt that the hair of If congress can advance the price oft .. Hemmingway Building, TRrSTWOBTHY

':. the scalp protects the head against bides 2 cents a pound in this country: when it is entirely closed deaf cnlatton A handsomely of any illustrated scientific Journal.weekly. I.anreflt Term$3 dr.a WaNTED-In SEVERAL t&U stale to manage our bold=

external cold and also prevents the I the people'will pay several millions a .ness is the result, and unless year: four months IL Sold by all newsdealers.MUHN Starke Florida cess mainly In office their own work and contacted: nearby counties.at come. ItUT Salary -'
loss of heat through the very low yearmore than they do now for their & Co.361Broad al. New YorkBranch straight t CO a eal'ahd expen *-definite
boots and shoes and the money will go the inflammation can be taken Once, OS! F 8t.17aaainzto&IX C. -- bonande no more. DO !?1II sa.la.r71l000thl
conductivity of the hair-cylinders r'"- t75. References.. Enclose *eir-addre et>
and'of the cushion of air intermingled I into the pockets of the. ,Beef trust- :.out.and this tube restored to'its To Cure Constipation Forerer. stamped envelope, Herbert E. Uesn. PrUtpt,1rI.
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iocAL; HAPPEI INGS. 'T. A. KNIGHT & COMPANY Mr. Ben Tillis, of Waldo, was O.ASTOn.J.4.. THEADVOCATE
Ths Kind You Hate 61wa1s Bob
!Are Opening up a General L Iml 1 PERSONAL NOTES Iml in the city Saturday.J. We tht
{Store in the Hemming. Moore, one of Theresa'sprominent
way Building.T. citizens, was in the and the
P. Wall returned from 0 A. MIGHT .
Bring us your job work. We A. Knight & Company is city Saturday.
Gainesville Monday.Mr. .
can please you. the name of a new firm that has B. E. Williams, operator for DEALER IN NATIONAL MAGAZINEone

The .School Board met at the embarked in business here. C. B. Elarbee,-of Mid- the] A., S. ,R. & G. Ry. at Os-
The FinestFAMILY for
Court House Monday. The firm has opened up a way, was in town yesterday. ceola, spent Sunday in Starke. ---- year -

County Commissioners met general store in the Hemming- N. B. Hull made a business Mrs. N. D. Wainright and GROCERIESAT One Dollar & Fifty Cts

in regular session Monday.Old way building; on the corner of trip to Jacksonville Tuesday. little children are visiting relatives -
Call and Walnut The THE-- The National Magazine Is the best Illustrated -
papers for sale at this office Maj. T. E. Bugg made a 1 in Jacksonville for a few Magazine In America. Call at this once ..
building has been thoroughly SMALLEST PRICES IN TOWN. and see sample copy. Write to W.W.Potter
20 cents per hundred. overhauled business trip to Hampton Fri Co., 91 Bedford St.,Boston Mass.,or.PRE'VITT .
and days.Mrs.
presents quitean & FERNANDEZ,
The best fever cure on the attractive appearance.The day.Mrs. Sterns returned Mondayfrom Fine Candies Chewing Publhhers ADVOCATE,
market: Dr. Powell's "Never new firm will have all of L. C. Hull left Tuesday Lake Side, where she has: Starke, Florida.

Fail" Fever Cure. their goods here in a few days. for Jacksonville and Pablo been visiting friends for a few Gum, Etc. Full

Beach. days. line l ldirs. S. J. COLEMAN
Mr. J. M. Alvarez is making They will handle a complete Cigars ,

: considerable improvements in line of general merchandise. Mr. Hilton Dunkley left May Dickins and :Miss bacco. Give me a trial. Boot and Shoe Repairing.Shop .

his clothing store. The senior member of the Sunday for the BermudasIslands. Murla Weeks were among the

firm, T. A. Knight, is well excursionists to Jacksonvilthis l O. A. KNIGHT, at residence in Thomaaville.

Thedog tax meets with general known to the people of this morning. eStarke Following are a few of my prices:
approval and so does our Mr. W. J. Epperson, of Florida. Half Boles for Ladies' shoes, 25 cents;
goods. Morgan Bros. county, and has been in bass Lake Butler, was in the town Miss Cassie: Alvarez, who has Half foles for mens' shoes, SO to 40

ness with success before. He Monday.Mrs. been visiting her sister, Mrs. HELP ANTED cents; Patches, 5 to 15 cents. I also
Mr. C. U. Hoover has moved has a large number of friends. repair harness at reasonable pricea.
Ben Tillis in Waldo, returnedto 6,000 an Tr olls to C tor'arfl Sirrist! neudet till
his racket store in the Jonesbuilding J. F. Kickliter Frank Hoover is visiting jew. Oily MSUBW wiwl tdtu&n snlrt fcf 11I01C.... Give me: a trial. Satisfaction guar-
a Bradforcounty drelatives I her home in this city Satur 1100 to 11,904 uluiu. **' ui UMtfeu tf Mit D anteed.
on West Call St. in Jacksonville for a iBfcrfju tad nhTbb hteutta ust nU n silt.
boy, is the junior member WKtttt CSC BXtta ICiSClT,Sift I.VU.I

Break it up I We mean that b of the firm. He has been few days. day.C. P r U M cured aDd waUk'at hon" IaWt8 with
R. Jones, one of Starke's Po-Zo-lsac for Fifty Cent. L of '
head clerk for the W. B. Rev. Holeman returned Friday m "
case of malaria fever. Dr.Powell's Hay Guaran.3ed tobacco bablt care,makes weak .. 'I.'ofr., 0 L
most popular young men, left men strong,b'ood pure. 60ol All drulnrista .. ...
Fever Cure will do it. nes Company for several years, from a visit to Hampton AU uittc* 104 Nona Pry**
Friday for Ashville N. C. ,
and by his strict attention to and Waldo.
Quite a crowd of young join his parents, who are spend-
people went out to business has won a large circleof J. G. Alvarez made a business the
Kingsley ing summer there. CASH TALKS
friends. We wish the new !
trip to Florida's
lake on a straw ride Tuesdayevening. metropo
I. firm success, and may this path lis yesterday. Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Stewart

lead straight to the goals of and little daugther, Julia, left SO DOES A PHONOGRAPH
A man before the Mayor i prosperity.In Col. V. J. Shipman, one of ]left yesterday for New York, ,

in a ticklish position. We sell 1 Lawtey's substantial citizend, where the Doctor will take a TO SAY NOTHING OF A WOMAN.

musical goods of all kind. Justice Gardiner's Court. was in Starke Fiiday. Our Goods talk for
Morgan 60-days' course in surgery of themselves. If you buy you WILL TALK to

Bros. Rich Muse was brought before Mrs. May Dickens, of Sanford the eye, ear, nose and throat your friends about the extremely low prices at which we are

We know a young gentleman Justice Gardiner Saturdayon is visiting :Mr. and Mr s. at one of New fork's big hos selling goods. In Remembering the Maine remember

in the city who is all smiles, a charge of killing some W. T. Weeks in this city. pitals. that we are still at the same old stand selling Books,

but we can't print everything, hogs dish. belonging After to Jessie the Red W. H. Tillis, one of Waldo'sprominent Rev. John A. Hughes, formerly Music, Musical Instruments School supplies,
hearing Stationery Etc. Etc. The lack of
you know. space
in the case the jury found merchants, was i in pastor of the Presbyterian -
prevents us from saying more, but come
When Bradford's capital Friday. church at this place but
you get up with a dull Muse not guilty. and be convinced.Morgan .

headache, that is the sign that John Deputy Sheriff Durden, of> now of Tit svillet was shaking
Browning arrestedfor
you are bilious. Take Powell's using profane Hampton, was attending to, hands with his many fnends Brothers
language at
Fever Cure. business in Starke here yesterday. While here
Friday. ,
the home of Bill Gunter. He
Mr. Hughes made friendswho
Rev. Steinmyer preached a was given a trial before JusticeGardiner : County Judge, J. R. Richard I, many -
are always glad to see him. STARKE
very interesting sermon at the Saturday, and was of Lake Butler, transacted FLA.J

Methodist church Sunday fined $1 and cost. business in Starke Monday. We are pleased to announce -

morning. the arrival of Mr. Chas. R.
Miss Lizzie Sweat, who has
The Thrice-a-Week During the fall and spring of Harper, representing the Great
World been teaching music Waldo, STATIONERY !
and the ADVOCATE both for one every year for several years I is visiting her parents in this Western Jewelry Co., of Chicago

year at the extremely low price suffered with chills and fever.I city. Ill. Mr. Harper has just II

". of $1.50. tried every remedy I could l completed a tour of the United r A ., I

find, but found no relief. Finally 1- Mr. J. W. Morgan and wife States in the interest of thatwell School Books, New and Second-Hand.
The brick work on the new left Monday for Pablo Beach known firm
I tried a bottle of Dr. Pow and will leave
Alvarez Everything new and up-to-date in the of Tablets Box Pa-
building has where way ,
been they will
ell's "Never Fail" Fever Cure spend a few the latter part of the week for
completed and work will pers Envelopes, Etc. We sell these cheap. A good *
commence and after taking the first bottleI days Paris, France, where he willis 1 .
Ink Tablet three for five cents.
on the Johns
a few days. buildingin was greatly improved. I took L. G. Stringfellow, who remain. until the close of the This is not the place where they do a CREDIT llufitness and make-

two bottles and have never had building railroad for Cummerat Paris Expositon. CA SII Custom ers pa y th e differ en ce.

Notice the change in Geo. C.Livingston's the fever since.-W. B. HAYNES Baldwin, was in town
c7 1. 3TORI: : : .1. -<;e::;: Agency the Crescent Bicycles H>-
advertisement on Starke, Fla. For sale by ,Sunday. Bern the _jTh8 KM Yoa Hare Always Bought" h t
the first When the Starke 'The Wheel That Stands Up."
page. you Drug Company.Joe Mrs. W. H. Anthony left Signature # .
anything in his line you woulddo yesterday ef Crescent Juvenile, 2500. Ladies' or Gents' bestChain Wheel

well to call on him. Truby is the happy pos for Macon, Ga., where $35.00. Chainless $60.00"( All '99? Models.
she will visit relative sfor
We don't like the idea of sessor of the first Chainless weeks. several Tuxedo Sewing Machine, Drop Head, 35.

selling goods at prices beyondthe bicycle that has ever been in All kinds of Musical Goods, Strings, Etc. We make the price.Don't .
Starke. The wheel is Tax Collector, G. W. Alder-
a dandy,
reach of the people, and forget the name nor the place.
and was the man, of Lulu, was ...
bought at Crescent transacting s

.have cheap.marked Morgan our Bros.T. goods. down factory through N. B. Hall, business at the Court House 0r N B. HULL, Postoffice Bnilding. .

who is agent at this place. Tuesday. '
A. : -
Knight & Co. have a
Dr. E. A. Todd, Lawtey's OC t
space in reserved on the first Sheriff Denmark arrested }popular physician, was trans- ..._ w' A. G M. SPAEKMAN & CO.
page which th-it firm
John Sharp (colored at
) Hampton acting business in the county
will offer you bargains tcln't 4twwnt DEALERS IN-
Tuesday for carrying con- ,seat Monday.Mr. I :lard
be beat: next week.A cealed
weapons. Sharp was HIGH GRADE\ WHISKIES.Rye
Clifford Haynes returnedto .
moonlight night, the front brought to this city and lodged THE NEW SEED LAW.

porch, a girl and a guitar makesa in the county jail.] Jacksonville last Thursdayafter Approved May 19, 1S99, makes It Whkey! ; $2 to $5' per gallon. Corn Whiskey, $2 to 2.50 per gallon .
Rum, $2 to S2.50!
a pleasant visit with his unlawful for any person to sell or of- per gallon. pyre Brandy. 12.50 to $3 per gallon. Peach
pretty picture. The guitar parents in this city. fer for Bile iuy Garden, Melon or Bramly, J2.50to53per gallon: While WJ-sat Whiskey, 2.50: rer gallon.
makes The A. S. R. & G. Prompt attention paid to all.orceraTRADE
a pretty sound if it is .railway Vegetable Seeds unless the same are

purchased from Morgan Bros. has changed schedule, the I Mrs. EV.. Burroughs and iu packages bearing on the outride in JUG A SPECIALTY.

train daughter, Miss Nona, returned plain letters a guarantee certificate
morning now
Despite the fair weather leaving when, where and by whom the needs! 0. M. SP ARK IAN & CO.
predictions of weather prophet Starke at C :45 a. m. See time last week from a visit with relatives were grown. Starke, EaMcMurry

Williams, of Jacksonville card on second page of this in Cedar Key.; Penalty not les than 12.5. nor more
we: than $100 fine.J. .
have been having an abundance i issue. Capt. M. A. Knight left' B. BUTTON, Seedsman, Ocala, rJ. F. P.

of raiu every day. Monday for Valdosta, wherehe Fla., sells feeds uuder his trade mark, .

Prof. Don't forget that we will do will visit his son, Mr. J. B. as above, bearing the certificate required ,
informs us your printing. Circulars, Note, Knight, for a few weeks. by law; besides all s cJIare DEALER IN! -
that the next Teachers' Examination Bill and Letter heads tested and the certificate bears diteof

will be held at New River cheap. Call on or write printed for Miss: Maude Weeks returned tion.test Send and to percentage him for of price g rmins-list. GROCERIES, FRESH ANDPICKLES FINE. A N'EWLOT

on Sept. 5th. All teachersare our prices. !! Sunday from Providence and Wholesale an 1 Retail. OF FINErRiTTTC CAN GOODS, ETC.

requested to be present. Mikesville, where she has been niaApfl AND TimArnn
The Excursion to Jacksonville visiting several friends weeks.and relativesfor The Peoples Market! MEALS SEllVEDi" -ALL--HOUES.Iropois .

today on the F. C. & P. ,

was well Mothers W. A. CROSBY, Proprietor.
patronized. The fare Mrs. Chas. Grant, after a

for The the round trip was Sl.OOf: dread hot weather. They pleasant visit with her parents, Dealer in Fresh Meats Beef i Bicycles Slfi.76

tickets are good to return know how it weakens and Dr. and Mrs. J. O. Haynes, in sf, :l t fa..,. Iroquois Mod. :.
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not later than the 12 inst. M ...1r
how this affects the Pork Ham .
All baby. this city, retnrned to her homein Sausage, Etc, IROQUOIS? CYCLE WORKS {
Before such mothers need ....... FALEDytu'
buying a Piano Organ Jacksonville .LMHw l.M'taMt...
Scott's Emulsion. It gives last Thursday.Mr. .rt.,1-wd _tM/OetGd.la ..... '
:: or anything in the musical them and makes Orders delivered to any part of I Ib.Tag., .N'tt..ie.M. 'WI.-.NwMadeto.eltetr60.._1.11..M.l; ......Mturn:; .t w1y.i
strength -.ad u u. .ate tile "el_. .... .
line, write or call on Ludden & the baby's food richer and Bowden Alvarez, who the City on short notice. Or..trtollr.p IROQUOIBICYCLEMI M4.t.,Ga..wr.4nfW&'hWle...u..,.LMa.rte.1..d..-..-.I.... "
Bates' Southern Music more abundant. has been sick with a severe I DESCRIPTOR;a:lroq.w1.d.ilrwwilltiw.,,.
House ,,
60a&.Dd11. l1DROPSycnuwUh GIVE ME A TRIAL. t.kiet,apror.d tww pl.oa ers k.d.....k. t.w, ...
drn u
20 East Bay Street t. attack of typhoid fever left 1IenaI"._ud lute.216 Ia......,. ..-.... awwy
Jackson. .wt ,
I &tad ela.k.araas.nd to.c1 r-:Out.....22"",U sad 7f ..La4Mt.D ta atalM..d............;NMn.. .
. ville, Fla. Tuesday for Jacksonville, I W. A CROSBY, Starke, Fla. SEND ONE DOLUR tirst"JWUn lwrM and Iilgad.et fTMM.aqet.-acna$'. teru.tl..t'", .urr-O.r_W.sUe...." .....Buareat..tta......;...........,.....y..p..r IMpale...... '
nbJedte-43 Me iat where he will before'' - -- ORDER aa4 U"doa"1A411... U ...,.. o.w_........ __ o
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Bear.th 1 4 Clod Yoa a..eared resuming his duties I To PATENT Good Ideas E HAVE. BICYCLES .1IHfI6..11.M,rd..sriM.1 W't;
A.'wm B= tt as salesman t .... .. w1..I.UUpaw.w.MRZb R .
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