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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 24, 1899
Frequency: weekly[may 26, 1898-<1900>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Publisher: F.M. Prewitt, <1899>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 21 (Jan. 27, 1898).
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;s .- VOLUME V. STARKE: BRADFORD! COUNTY, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1899. 1\1L,11BWIi 40.

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( Wm. JONES SHOT.By KILLING AT BUTLER. }I-:!r:52..t252.5"2S2525"2..zs! >. zzszs 5'25'"sas E tz

W. B. Iia3: nes. N. J. Jones. I II
!' Nick Joyncr, n Negro, at Marshal Andrew Kite is B!
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This Place Last Night. Killed at that Place Saturday I I

"DO'VN 'VITHTRUSTS William Jones, a young Evening: G

E white man of Lake Park, Ga., During the latter part of last I T.1 A. KNIGHT
but who has recently been week and the first part of this '[}: I II

working in Lake Butler, was week Lake Butler has passed rr J
shot and probably fatally through exciting times. li

wounded at this place last night Saturday evening while try I & COMPANY

by Nick Joyner, (colored.) ing to make an arrest, Marshal f
of the Demo-
Is the battle c ,
.cry Joyner had been in the bar Andrew Kite was shot in the i t;

room displaying a Winchester back four times by an unknown I O DEALERS IH B>-

crats. "Down with High Prices riflle and pistol, and seemed. party. He died at his home at G
anxious to start a row. Finallyhe 8 o'clock that night.:
Goods Shoes Groceries
1! Dry
started for his home some in
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ft ,
is motto. two miles South of Starke, and Another Killing.: I[ 1)a
our was pursued by the Night Marshal \ :Monday evening Sheriff Den- I Cigars Tobacco Etc. and 1)a 1)oi

and several others who mark received a telegram] stating I!r ,

I- ,H 1 wished to arrest him, Jones that recently appointed (}: a
p among them. When some dis- I Marshal, Richardson had shot
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b tance down the Florida Central j and killed Enoch Roberts in n. GENERAL*

_: 1900 will and Peninsular railroad Joyner I j self defence, and that 50 armed ti I

turned and commenced firingon men were guarding Richard- r r1!

the crowd with his Winchester son. ire have been unable to MERCHANDISE.

Tell The Tale. which was a (:6 caliber. secure the full particulars of rn
During the shooting Jones re- the affair. GGra.nd

eived a wound in the left WE ARE OFFERINGBargains
Excursion.The
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; Our Goods talk for themselves. People are side through which his body.went Jake completely Jones, Atlantic, Suwannee Rii[i in Dry Goods that can't be beat anywhere in

ver & Gulf Railway, in connection the State.
of this city, also received a 3
1 where to find Shoes Hats Cloth- slight flesh wound. Immediatelyafter with the Florida Central WE ALSO CARRYA
a. learning & Peninsular railroad, run a
,
the shooting Joyner skip large line of Shoes. All styles and prices. ,
big excursion to Jacksonville
p.\d and has not been heardof
Groceries Grain Hardware Millinery since. His son was arrested, Wednesday. The excursion K I WHEN IN NEED
ing Hay -
train left Osceola, thin
but released shortly after his starting G Of anything in our line don't fail to call on us. We can $
point on the A.S. R. & G., at .
arrest. Mr. Jones is not G
expected -
(G j o'clock a. m., arriving in save you money. I
Goods Undertakers' goods Etc to l live.
Srarke at 8:15.

THE RABBIT'S' FOOT. The train was packed with a" G G KNIGHT & CO.

-- j jolly crowd of excursionists, alII G N"
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> ,; Excursionist from SfarkeCarries eager to reach the Metropolis to u

a Supply to Jacksonville spend day in and G &
_ a sight-seeing!:
and Finds everyone seemed to be in the fi Corner Call and Walnut Sts. Starke, Fla. e

THE FAIR SEX Business Brisk.From !! best of humor as the long train n &
'L this Morning's TimesUnion.It pulled up at..ihe F. C. & P. depot G nr1 nr- c '
is a cold day when the at this place.A G &

:LSholud bear in mind the fact that we are: average Floridian cannot turna i good l band the was excursionists to have accompanied ,- .li l c5c5'.52255-'r52 __. .. : "z 2525X111_oi

_ dollar, and when that Flori -- 1 I'l

dian comes from Starke, where but owing to some difficulty .= !. .= :! .. . .-y. rrT -. .-. . .... ..
unable be hand. The . .: L . . . . '1.1
y preparing to order the finest line of Fall and rabbits abound, he is bound to was train arrived to in Jacksonville on at '.:..::,_'!\.,.....---.-.. ..-.. .. '.._-. .. ..-..-..-...-.... .._ -.. ..-..-.';-;.-" ... .. ...--......-;.-;...........'1"!........
i bring a sure winner with him. 11 o'clock, and returning left
About seven hundred peoplecame there about G:30(j : o'clock. '

Winter Millinery goods ever brought to Starke yesterday on an excursion Dance at the Armory.The "". -.lit'.

from Starke, among thema .1.' .1." ',(..'.i
young gentlemen of this .1' I'.1. .1.1:.'
3 tall, gaunt-looking man witha \\:1.: 1.
city gave a dance at the Armory \ I\\: :.1 ,
suspicious bundle. :: : : :
: :Monday eve. The dance was t 4 I'. .I.,:.l.111\\.
AND YERYCHEkP.For : He was surrounded by a \ i.I \,. (.".
large crowd of darkies when largely attended by the young : :)I:' .-.. -
people of the city, and they :\:.til.\ ::: .f.ti /
the reporter saw him, and was tripped the light fantastic to (, ::5\ cici1: LIVINGSTON,] ?
will sell telling a thrilling midnight ad- I:;i: :\: ( I i
the next thirty daysva our the time of a good orchestra \\1 ttI
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venture, where "churchyardsyawn until a late hour.CASTORIA. :.\:.\;::': DenIer In \\I.
and the give I / \ :\
graves up : :
:: :: Hardware Groceries
stock of MILLINERY I in order to make room their dead," and he held in his I.\\\\ \! \3 J.i):.
F I'I:):\)): \ \;
hand a rabbit's foot. i:!.*/.\:. Furniture, Stoves, Farming :;::
For Infants and Children. t.l
In awestruck I 1
R for new goods.DON'T negro an questioned : "Was whisper it on a The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears I!t..ii.i.i.t4.t.. Implements, Paints, I !,t d .

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de firteenth ob de month, the131gnature :: \:; Oils andGENERAL 5(I
boss?" of T .[\iH'S,l I ::,:
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The with intense ..
reply came an \ .
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seriousness from the i! t '. )) :
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FORGET THAT WE ARE Starkeite as he replied: "It athushekFianosare ,j. *,.i f:..1",+(.f

was, and on a Friday, when \II
MERCHANDISE.
the moon was dark. pianos with a name. ||

; IN LINE ON GRAIN GROCERIES "It are sure a hoodoo rabbit's I Pianos That Have a Reputationsecond e ft- _______________________ ,
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foot, boss, worf a dollah?" to none. They arc the
k "It is, and I'll sell it to yon kind that have stood the teat! of | Call on me when you need anything -
ETC. ETC. all for a dollar." time and satUfiod the most crit- -

"All right, boss; gib it to me, ical musicians Notold in every way. \\:1:1\\:::\:\: in my line. I also carry a :I::
They Are q\:1\ .

......._.,,,............._ _.,..,., ., and hyai's de cartwheel. style pianos that have been :\: \: full line Hay, Oats, Corn, Bran ::! :
"" "" __ .. ._ __ ; ;;;;=r. Five minutes later the r
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._."", .04____>._,_.,_."", ."" ."". _.",,_.,...,... _.__u.__".._..__,",._......._..""'_.c..:.:.;. ;.;::J>o-----", .e.-' rented for years, and then offered 'f"Wr :
was down on the Florida as great bargains, nor are \ and feed. Everything sold at @?g,
Central & Peninsular dock they "cheap, low-grad i,iano,, 1.\,1.\\ \: \:\. .'.1
rubbing the darky stevedoreson made to sell "at half-price.} ::I:: prices to suit the times. .
the left hind ear at 5 centsa Every Piano Is New, Jj. J(I .
Coffins and Funeral. .
supplies a rub, to keep off hoodoos, and .. .I
the gentleman from Starkewas and every pnrt is made in the t "1 .i.

Also fine Furniture.Don't edition.working out a second factory MATHUSIIEK which Is a guarantee I \ \ I G. C LIVINGSTON. 3i 3iU .

specialty. .I that it will last a lifetime. }.\.( .,:\.11 -

STARKE, a town Bradford; Why Take Chances I !:\:, I: Next to Postofflce ;-: 8t are, Florida \, .,
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county, has a bank that cashed ,I on cheap pianos,when the OLD I j..hJ\, \.. ...} .
forget the place. checks this season for straw- AND RELIABLE ( !
SIIEK can be bought ATHU.l
berries alone for over $5,000. and terms to suit you? ; / 0 .
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That is not bad, when is taken 1 There are over 15,000 MATHU- +
SHEK In the South. .', .
pianos .
into consideration that Starkeis ,
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only one of the shipping "You should have one." GENU. I.\.\\ i. !..
W. B. HAYNES CO. in Bradford I INE MATIIUSHEK. PIANOSAre .h \.1I.
points ,
county .
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and that strawberries are only sold only by I ILUDDEN ..I.I _{ c/ j,..,.

one of the different fruits and i & BATES'S.Ifl. H.:{','II 1J'': _1tt,__to tt-cl.111 tlYi Q._ --_11 i._""F.. 1" 11t .11'- tt 'l "

ST4RKE FLA. vegetables produced.Orangef .. rHEl; KAY. tanager. .Tackt..! n- g '11\0 l t'.f! r:" J /1'L" i\"J\' '.
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\VEEKLY ADVOCATE. ,. j Johns have caught the I I __ :_ .

improvement, and the Polk county has a very good FLORIDA CENTRAL t & PENINSULAR R. R. .

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAYSTARKE : the benefit of their in- crop of oranges this year, and

: if we do not have a severe winter TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JUNE 11. 1S99. All Trains D lI .

; FLORIDA. the crop of next will NORTH & .
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year 3 i,, :fo s .
SUL'JHl.UX
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general rule Americans I I I : :> : )3

l be the largest in the county'shistory. Lv. Starke.. .. . ... ;5 Wa ? PI 2 I5p :L\.. Kturfce... ...... ..lOH'I f
F. M. l I EY ITT object to I I Lv. JacksonvilleAr. ........ .. 8! 20a 7 ;;; .. d. ;"IdPIiIl"'P) .
having things 4 30pK Ar. Wirto1Ar. ... .... ..... 1-So. 1041p
.Lakeland Sun. t Ft"rnandlna...... .... 9 35a 9 : 5 >i>\ GainebVUe.... ...... !. ': \...... ..
Editor and Publisher. their way," but they} Ar. Kvereu; ... .. .n 0 35.t 9 F)PI 7 :-(>>> Ar. Cedar Key*.... .. ..1.. .. i'r two ... ...
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3-:1. IAr. Siiterfej ........ .. .. ....
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in 0'101. Savannah ... ...... 1'2 ::'.-;.' 11 rnp r .. .I, Ocala .
: exception the case The close season for fishing Ar 1..air11 .... .1:! :5lpl! .... + / .I. Spl I J n.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. 'hr. -Udw.JCt. .... ..... PSp :40a J
Ar. lienruarkAugusta. .............
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One Year. .. ... .... .. .... .... .... ....11.00 India hurricane. ended: Tuesday, and our fishermen Ar.Ar... Ga.. .... II ;apt 1 6 ;..a.. .! IAr lo.n.rt"s.Lerstur-. .. .... .. . t :abp 3S3p 1 S-'Oa ItOa::
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... . . .. Columbia 43.> j 31S14 ....... I., ..
Six Months .. . .. 50 ork World. Ar. Astevfll.' : ........ .. .. ... 1'1 Orlat-co! SOUP !9."Js I
Three MoatLs..... .... . ...... .. ::a are again at work catchingfish Ar. Cincvulti...... ....1. /I I'I-1-r; .., ..Ar.I Ar. (1Stnterl'attt..l.,"'el; h'tu...... .. ,(;.. ... '3:7p 4T. .4..JZa...
Ar. Cbailoue, $:. C. rt :WpI lira . A ... .. .. l-
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by the thousands for l.autity.s 6 tFq
Strictly iu Advance. in a Chicago )liv shipment Vr.Ar. Riclin.cad.Dunviil". Va. ............ 123tia.0 (l.UiS ) ti 1 3>"'!!p.' ..1 t Ai: Tampa..... :.. ...-. ..i.[! 5 44CP SOp CCO&n::

to Northern markets.Braidentown .- Ar. Lynchburs ..... 4> .. I bTAKKKA JAl.K:M= NV1LL1. w
cut off the tales of .a'p ______ __ .. ,
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Ar. Ch-rlouesville. ... 4 &aa 5 .. I t--
OFFICE : i Journal-News. Ar.r.. U'a..hiii .ion...... .... 7 ft.i: LIIS 2fpV > .! Lv. StarkeJuck.sonviite.......... .. ... 2 15lOa
the other day and U.iltimore. 9 l.iu 't'p I. Ar_ : .. .. ... "._ :> .?..p 755a215p
UP STAIRS IX HEMMINGVTAY -0- Ar. Lliladdl t..l.1.. ... aa '.' .V',. .1 V.'LST.: Dl\ro O. .... I
hair for $9.0.; It is \ New Yolk. .... .. 1)31. 6 iJi ....... --- -- ;_: _-_
BUILDING OX COKXKlt CALL j I Many of our State exchanges .\r. 13..tOl. .. .... 9 top,' 3 u".p Lv. Starke.: .... . ... -. 540a
that the value of the'' NuHi'H S NUU'U'KoT. 31 .v Lv.Ar.. daciaonti'e.: .. .. .. .1 93U & 15p102Sp
AND WALNUT i i are announcing suitable candi- I Lake City.... ... Ott.Sa
STREETS.Ad"CI.tIFiin : has been decreased $!,- .ti' 8t lu..e.. .. ......., ..... :.L)u 2 15p745p-- -:- .\r. I.Ivl'Oak............ .. ". I t:: :?p 12 t5a
j I dates] for the various offices to Lv. Jack.MjnvilleAr. .. ... ....... 8Wu44tlp:' : a3-.p+Ip .tr. brsdiron.; .......... .. .. .. ..1 I 1 !19! p 230:
their tales being cut off. I! Everett........ .. .. lu'L.a: 9.V> "SOpraop Ar. MuiUicellu........ .. . ..1 ::'tl 4400:
; Hales. I :: be filled in 1900. This we Ar. Macon.... ...... "d... 24-'iii: p ...... Ar. 'l'aUnh.Jo.ee.. .... .. ... 3Jl'p BOOS
Ar. Atlanta? .. . ..... lisp 505aU2LU Ar. Qulacy... ... .. .. .1+ !tUlip. : tI)1\
Our advertising:: rates will b.s &s reasonable wro'ng {I think is a little too Ar. Kirminchata . ....... ; '' Ar.Ar.. ltircrJttcctiun...... .. :5'Sp B40ariHv :
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conshtentIlh I to demand ab- previous .. .... ''' ;' 1'ensacola .
ns keeping up a good news J\T. Memphis! 9fOPi.: .:... 'I I': BSl-p
It is the I Don't the Ar. KanMtsClty ......1.t.Lv. ... .. : .. ) :IAr.: Mobile... ..: .:::.....:: :::::.. 1 'Ga! ......
ol the river before
paper. purpose publisher to and unconditional sur cross get Ar. ChattanouRa; ....... .. 1'031'1. .';IAr.. ewCrll.u1" ...... I 11.0al .. ...
Issue! u clean. attruciive sews,paper with only I Ar. Lexington: .. .... ..... {)( ... I
t-uch a proporttoa of advertisements as wilinsure of the insurgent Filipi tiug to it.-DePuniak: Herald. Ar. CincinnatiAr. .. .... .....'.... .
that all will be seen and read LouisvUie", ...:.: ..... d. 7.;lIp: '... j'l t-Leave Fernandina forJacksonville
and -0--
none What we should have 1 I Ar Saint Louis....... .. .... .. TOlae I

be burled unilona behind: and a will mass be! of made others.known Rates on app will;)- to offer them lode The phosphate business i in Ar.Ar.: Detroit Chicago. .::::::::::::'.\::.:::. -, iH.i :P'.' !! 7:25: a. ru and

cation. this Ar. Cleveland ...... ... . 8 ,i.iiHU'p; ...... 6:15:
under county at this time is simply Ar. Indianapo'is..... ......;i, ...... ; ..... p. m. ,.
.-- our prectec- Ar. Columtius ...... .... ..' .. %: I War would have thus ; immense, and the mine owners .

IT is estimated that the orange -,. are making money. The SLEEriKG CAR SERVICE.

crop of DeSota county this year turpentine} and lumber business Arrivals at Jacksonville from, the North and East Xo 3-j rt !0:01( a. m.,

will reach nearly 80,000 boxes. \ many farmers make is also much better than it has No."' 33 it 7:40 p. m. Fr. m the North anti Nortlnv st, Xu. :fl., 00a.! m.

!I II I 10m the \\Vst, Xo 1, 7'2o p. m. From the South, Xo. II 7t3 a. m.

a WHEN it comes to "slinging mistake when they save..,, been for years, and those who X n. 10, 3:5p.! in.Xos. ,

two or three weeks are! engaged in those businessesare 3.) and 36 carry Pullman Buffet Sleepers between Jac'-5onvHle: and

mud" the Arcadia News and ts bringing them to town. !i'! wearing broad smiles. Xe\v York and between Jacksonville! and Cincinnati. AhxilltXog..

the Punta Gorda Herald fill the 33 end 34 cinjPullman; Buffet Sleepers l hetmeu Jacksonvill tied New
r a customer bad 1 1 1i High Springs' News .
bill. buys ,i Y >r''. All ideals between ColuinMn an-l Xv York Perve(1r ()Uitinl-et1-

a merchant he blame j j I! --o- with trains 3o, CG. Xos. 36 and 37, Cincinnati, Florida: and U n'una

THE large printing plant of for what is really] !;I! During the past few years Limited. NI''i+. 13 and 14 carry: Pullman Bullet k'tj.iiig -1.9 hltwetlld

the Noble Newspaper Union is fault. l large tracts (If virgin forest Ianin JuCKSonville! nUll Tamp

to be moved from DeLand to Marion :and surrounding SU-nmers! for li-}' West and lIn'nna-Xo. 9 makes connection

at Port 'l"lIl1pa with steanit-rw! leaving Mo (lass, Thursdays anti
'" fish trust has bee Batunlays: ;
Seabreeze.A counties, < have been transformed
i No. 13, with tliosso I leaving Tuesdays! and FMdays.Xoa .

and consequently the in'o turpentine farms thus= our 1 and 2, sleeper b twt en ?',-\,. Orleans and Jacksonville.

PROPOSITION is before the I Mullet has been ad--pint,j I ] ; forests:: are fading away Full information at Ticket Otlice Starke.' : ..

City Council of Pensacola to issue Will the time ever As D. I'.. MAXWELL, A. O. JiACDUNELL, L. A. fiItIF:t.1 '.
::; turpentine' P.IHM employ state See.: V.
: P. & GUI. Mtrr. Gen. Pus.
Apenr. .
$200,000; worth of bonds to the strong hand of convicts to do the Asst. CUu.ILLE. l'as3.lgt.:
( nvijor: portion } J \CI; IX \ FLOKinv.

be used in improving the city. can grip these deti.mt, i of i the labor the' communit ; i- ::===--.--: -- --=---- -- ::::-:: ----=-:_:::..." _!


ALL BRANCHES of business in i 1 backed of being sharks tinned. without I I The tv. is county not materially commissioners. bennefitted.have' GAINESVILLE & GULF RAILWAY COMFY.-'-

Tampa have been improved by .

the settlement of the strike between losses by fire in this sought to benefit tlh-ir counties Time Table No, 33, In Effect Monday, July 17, 1899.

the makers and l continue show in a ,very just and appropriatemanner ---_ --
cigar : the to a ;;. ;j -
j : by increasing the yell i D.III.. j Nu. 2
cigar manufacturers.IN increase over last year" I tl.tnnc es sun' !, STATIC. f'p'Y JCief'I ualp:!-!. ,
I''ation of lands Lv.rar: I :1 .
operated for
turpentine ;
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track
the month of July the -- - -- Ar.1l.11-' _
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Illinois the other day purposes while} the} GatDf'\'Ili''' : .... ::0: : ;4 .... _
a i 315116: .... .... ... ... .... ....
I was $2,000,000, as 1 F / .l.IltluieHill .. . ...... ti.f .... ....
and and threatening 3.9d: -t u 10' ..... ......Canr.IfI..l'ro fn:!.... .... S :: ;) ......
owners 114
man woman were married :are rebelling 5.t3 4 n. I....:: ..... ... ..
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with the same mouth ROt:!>:; r.r.t: : .... .... S 1r: 114, ........
S.7 3 I 12:> .... .. T ,. ..... ... \Vnc.thlHfa.; ...... .. .. ....
in law 1 S 10 1< :0 ....
less than two hours after they Voriil."J, and for the 'eal' to date suits and non payment \ 11.3:1: 43. ..,. .... !!" ..., .... F1 \"fo1.t-n.s.... .. ...... .... :! t.J .........
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met for the 1 first time. j of taxes. News-Letter i.'./.) a .n .. ... ..
The !: :: .t. ....llrkwood.... .. _... .. .
: loss is estimated I '''' S :c. 1! ;u !....._.
:> 13.00 i flit .... F' .... .. ...., ..
Plwurc .. .... ... _...... Ii GS '....... .
dispatch fails to state which of[ I Belleview.Representative. 1:191: 4.S I.... .... 'r I'i .... ... ..1.CCOt:1\. : .. .. . ..... S tI {.) t....... .
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this two was the hY1>llotit.-Ex.: /: -- 1:5.19: S W I. .... 1' .. ..... . 'Pitcaropy .. .__. .". ..'oo".... 5 1a 73 ..... ..
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Frank Clark lt.-H: 5n: .L. .. .... .1' ........... .LaSituuntun. ..... .... .. 'S" :5..
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: I Y will receive a royal: t 1.0.; 53} I.... .T .... ............ .Uckm'111.; .... .. ..... ... S Its 7 7"5: .
COTTON will soon be pouring> 'i of Duval countsou() made 2181. 53r: I I.... .... 'I' ... ... ... .....Soutbi\1e'.... ...... ... .. R !to :u ."..."..'". .
a "Ta hington. Bv i :!!.r<1 L U I.. .. .... 'l ..... ...... .Dul'larvan. .. ........ S .. .
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into markets from ::151: :) 5 :;') .... ... ........ ........ I
our all pointsof himself famous by i it introducing rL .Irvillu.... .... .......... S 1:: 7 IJ ........
} President j s wt! t 5i'j ...... ...... .. .... .
McKiuley i ... T .1't Drn.ne... .... .... ;; .. .0: ..... ...
the compass, and the wave : : i of red fire" will h ie .! and being instrumental in pass.ing 27:2 Ar.Ybi 6 "J I.. .' .. T .... .... .... ....1..,'....'r""," !d .... ... ... .I S I,.. ... I.v..'AM ttt" .. .. ...

of prosperity that always follows : i Perhaps if Dewey <. \ an :anti-cigarette: lain the 1 V-Stori nn sisal; for pa"sf'ner.i", : nr fr ;firhr.. T-T etecraoh OG!c ,. y-Rt,,!): 4
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in its wake will I late -
dash its Florida Legislature has: .
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professed candidate for For furihsr !formation. : 3rss:
silvery over rural 1 been the of
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spray our cause having placedon
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brethren much} to their delight. the market in ,
a new thing
--... --- would not be such a the shape of a, "smoker." When President( &: Gcn'l."} j. tgr, Gc:..',I. Frt. ,.P...> lr.,.nn. ,. i6t..
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PRANK CLARK'S famous: anti I one. 1n -i.l.t

,, l the traveling: representatives of amJuBMcactJtSVT r.' Li ri': .
airgscTgr3ncgytBr '
bill} had xvaatstea wc'asaoacr.
cigarette the raeart.
win 1 w -
the City Council are I the manufacturers: learned of ; i : I

luiockcd out of it in Jacksonville I ft I\ t... \:: .., D'
tCbr] 's bill ( U A! EE TT
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they at '
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the once
Monday. Judge Call says: lights about they bicycles should! with. the cigarette communicated fl-.. .".. __'j.::: we.5 1. n .?; fa9 tl o ":.'. ... Lai' aw' .. 4 t_I bull Aft Jlino It>

unconstitutional discriminations : Tnbh! i Iu E1fcVe.lne3d. ,
; : : August 3rd 1033.CONMX'TIONS. .
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few of these necessities I manufacturers, who in turnconsulted 1 ,
invalidate the whole law. : .I ... ---. -... ... .. :- .. .. .
Our main well l known lawyers ... : ( ---::'" t
street .
Clark is busy the ) ..0.3. I :r-o.3.; ..o. L ,, .''U1'I,. I I .._ I I ,
explaining iL.e. .
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So.
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of Sun Sat ; 4'
natinoal
at night that a man reputation and i it uy oy Dllly :,Sld'R I l.-, I cS'ISun .
:matter to his friends. -t-- -- -- -- I ___. ,_ __ ty
I 3 (lOp GOt) t4.ia : CJ Lv.. .. . .. .. r
wan first decided to the I l' :-u'rk/'H .._ 0
feel his fight .. .c ;"
I way along tIle :i I:. p 6171; )P S t+1 a 6 ... .. ..t.ol'1.): ..... .. Jill a I \0 :p'20p
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bill in :{ x01't : 62'! ) p 1,). a ..... .... 5crpsoaJutction.... ... .. i 1O41 n t .I 5 I' 1) :5 p ....
GAINFSVILLI: is to hive a i h } : by keeping his hand ; the courts on its consti 3 2:1p.: 6'::> 1' 11..a : .. .... .... '\'airlwrfr.t.ls. ...... .. If 7 I 1136: a. I ;;:6p ",3up .
I 3''p' -Hp 127 a..... .. .... i\tJbnttC.... . jl1J31 N.p d-ap'
carnival this summer. One of, :: buildings. tutionallt.v.rfllis idea was 34p: Ii 1rp 733a J I". ....... Ward Cif y........... .. (1)13 1016a! a fI\p: d Up I
3 fit) 01 l 6,0 p 7 38 a ; . .... . .rboIIas"ill: .. .. I L 1',) P I 61p
the features on the 1\ abandoned, however, and for 400JpliOo'p 711u.:1 t., .... ... .... .. (.ncr.)....; ...... .. .. :11 ro ,10 U51r.III Do ,tilt" p 6 (1) P t
pl'og1'amwin 4 03 P I 703 P 1 rd) .L : -I : ...... .. .. GetzO:5. ... .. ."I .s.p :' 65p
be series Prl.SlIENT Hobart is i the Florida trade it was decidedto -1 10 p ; 71(' p 751 a. b : ........ .Hal ts\"i.th......... 21 H ,11 a to r.:a 1\ ;5 5:P
of
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a baseball}} i a tc n
,; I I .J 2a p 7.J p : R O7 a .. .... ....nl\rnt"tt.sLdit'.. .. I' 5 4,0.1' r
the "official the 42' 1:21: > 809a ....t .. .... .. id 9 2t a )13'11' :.8.'ip
J as use same cigarettes, ex p .5.. j fi W. J unctiun. .
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games, and that alone vrmprove 4.p 1)1':: 1' 8Ha 51'} ; .......... ..AIachuu. ..... .... .. .. :tB' DI9a } 11331'l 5.3p 1
very interesting as '' since the resignation cept to encase them in tobacco 4 J 3'i Si P P l J 755 7:3! p p 84330 8 ::1) a ...........l''Pr..U.ceola..i.v: ...... .Jl/dlell.:! .. ... . .. m":;::7 0 {0fe Hot;"'} II a I\ItWp.u' a p S r.o SWp 05p p t

Gainesville has one of the best } for it will be re- I instead of paper. The cost, i it .

fl that it was after his is said is little
ball teams in the State. very more and At Sinrke with F. C. & 1". Railroad fur Savannah and Jae :eonvillef

: Ilobart that Alger con t they can easily be retailed! at Gaine.-villc, Oeala) Tampa, O'laii'lo' ..tC'.

MAYOR 1 Liddon is a hustler r to resign. The office of the same price. This .substitute At :Sampson Jane tion with C r. S. A F. for P1.l.\tkn. 'atdoetttlfttLOA: ec( .,
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from hustI rsy'i11e. A few days is developing! is already: on the market in For furilu-r inform tin tail on or a.ldn.'s9. .
ARriini! MCIGS, OEO. TO rpSETT.
:tgo he was!! authorized by the I I! I Ii highly important and Jacksonville and is (Jen"!.
meetingwith Jacksonville
i I Minay r :! Fla. 8iij t terinteu,lent! Hi'irke: Fla.AILOHI.VG. ..

Council to oversee the thorough I a ready sale. The }packages ) : I -- -- .. -- eVY'- ...M'a -.4 .

cleaning of the city, and he has I f! j :are the same as those usedto [= == :.:: .- ---- -= :-- ---

certainly preformed his dutyin I (, : are pouring! in eaci-o: the cigarette*, whiclithe --- : -- (:'

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a most their advice for .e..eo .O- <> ..
satisfactory manner. y : a law endeavors
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Si:111ie is it1ier| sanirary ending of the war in the exempt in' place: of the suppress word: :f-he 1r 'atch. @tring is well Out.I J t
said !
I V that manners make tt-
rendition and it
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to-Uayv than it < "
has apparent ;
... 'dgar! ttes, "little smokers"is "' \ tak G iran.but the more solid in grecsell:
is ;q; ..? character' is aljo _
i ver been before.Daytoifa. : having its effect on necessary to a If.
., used.: -Apalachicola] Times.O.ASTOn.x.A. ..c', !J tt" cf
':> .1 < ,Ls:11 1 type manhood." If a man has these fcctl.. .
I for it is now said ,;}, .,;-. t'E;; \ and also; has Ihe good sens to dress will ..
TILE Gazettl .X ews : soldiers will : ....-, '' /M./ ',\::-) he will! find the "l Isichstring t"1)m! .JIi.of
sup. TI.3 lord\: Yy tre .1 tf.7. 1J J.:1". \ ail ever the world. I'
to think that neil:o :J !I 1'Na) EIUsts.t.r YSh .
'f //seems. : : the next Otis in the fall forE // a.- "w ,t.b i/jj; } FOR REALLY CORRECT D2ES3
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,:'State I -f" .
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Democratic E'
Convention : .
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campaign against th ; t.;} J' la T
I. < f: .Material: Style, Fit, Finish and GectI-- .
should l he he1t1:1t Daytona in- ./.rj'! z.\r: i 1.\' psnly effect you sbouIJ order :
Subscribe for the' ADVOCATE. .. II \\\.,...... In" of your: tellerM. : -
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tead of Gainesville ; \ :
as the ="" .._,, .., _. .. : J .;
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delegates could havelots of I I I -.' 'to'u T- t\
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TbeCr-2t
CVw7J Gr3wC'C C73 V ;'J : CiataZQM rcbllt Tallors
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pleasure bathing: in the I ,, ; : '1, .' :.
waters 'J; : rt'"J For orer:Years

of the ocean and riding on the .' I ( y Gd Layers f fAND i t c. icw J L."\" .I .".-)I '.a,,..':'I':'.>;., lor Trade.: less money You :can tbaa get is the a "BORN"usnallrpaid teteri Sjlt hi the for or O U-firtcr CtIk'm'erccfct '.

beautiful : j 1 :H .... -"' rJJ'f'l+ :ocd:; acd tsilorirjf.TVrv .
roads in that vicinity, G I ,, a,t; F'1T.ltiD lrFYISIi GU.u:J.'trI3D.
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but; we are of the I. lturd,'ed C11tr(.. 6omyt a to S''el/Pw...
opinion that t PYrs: Fine Table! Fowls 1 C.U.L C'l .
'tho
jdelepxtcs: will have their

han s full without Are a* easily: kept as Rwaerel ctodc, DOUGLASS & ALDERMAN. '..
. rids.aR. bathing and Over 30 ETK& in Stock ... .... tf ---' --- --- -
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,<4..r, 5 : : Increase you J'kd: oleg-j-t .nJ i?'!t better I'rlcC'l on the market fo? Toot foils'Cati i to Even-body Say so.Cacrtrets '. '. -J .
\ ( !>Tue Dtteribiiij all the Best ErteJj Frs Upon Ap 1i stioa. i D-jn't Tobneeo Spit tat Smote T"Ue /,'nT.
Cecil
: Cathartic, the
"Tni: editor of the Ocala Banner ) aad Baird and '(bIte. ;' T-raaath Rtvcka. White: an4 G-)!.Oea TVrniot's, White: Brawn. rle'f ineUivral d."co' crv or tl>e ape moat, 't7."Jr I i To quIt! tobacco casUj an4 Art.,rr.K bet ra _
1 nQII'lKa.! JBa-J Ca lticH13ctc -hang,1u; a.t arj.l per I i = ,c. full of life ncrr<,.and +Vflri! taiac. ':". Wo-To-!
Bra1ir: is, Via : ci jo=.1 Lifftt and Dai* c;. : refroBinn! !? Jo dial; la'Zc.uel K'anj :. !
Game
gets muchly 0:1: his ear C.AS t l C22 E. = .c.. Bird, Imperial Plain fu 1ors.etc., etc. Iiiti |"fOg lively PJI kiilue 's. lit*-r ar.d lnvi"4 I; : ,. the wonder-worker tU4jcale3. '-n"tr K.ea

simply becauseve stated that :!!1.1:& 'ThS nisi\ : YOU!. F913 hta! zs B3Z:: t Scathero Orovr, AecKmated Fowls. THE GRIFFING BROS COf IM2 "Jcai.3i! -.' the entire svst-rn tI! |it-l (,0101' t I 'eei.s.ricf.Bjoklet:'AH: drussiaU: .SPWir.W., CJ.t tuaeatr: '
: I a.iJ le .
; curhca'Rai e, fever, hribUa.il\ constipation : reeieraety Alofr=:$8. .....
tilt Star Sjr\t-//j: / ? O Es for flag a Salty. and !bi.inaane's.;; PJ'-nse buy ami tr n. boof > I Stelii'g Cncbicao or :-el Tcrfc.
and ; )
tliefc'Ocala Edi- i I (. ",.!". ,J! ifi'. .._" ,. JVh T1 Fb. C. ('. C. f .
I n -. ;i'' .. .... -... .... "" toxlajr: 10 ?:>, Meni< wold; alo > .
/ M GC22::: 22-2 Je55-S3Cfc2 QIerde: ,J currt !i-j all dr'i'g5f; ; Is. The ADV t t\T1: l.tHJ.'ear... ,. .



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i-' FEAR IN BATTLE;; 'I I A XTonderful X'ill. I I MEDICAL.S3<tti PEOYISIOXS, 1L\Y, CKiiy, TT(T.THE .
1 Uncle Earn-.Why, docicr, that loop -

Ono M.n TH cf lh. Ic-spernte: Effort SI like the fill )lcKin t-y cavo me to ietlcce I j .. IIfi

.; look In Hi CMO to Cere It. |i : my revenue. I I J I i C. B. ROGERS CO.

"WO wondering said: the Dr. Dingliy Yes, its ingredients aro I .
wero { I|I ii&&X&& t:! :;w. 'L .. !" "' d '
..1 ,. clubman, "vrbether any man ever practically: the same, though perhaps I II t:;:?Zf\T!f.5 *:::3 rtcfSAis:!: : creeps.:= : '

ihoy aro Fcmevrha; ftIOl:<{f!. j I I
gent through a war without finding
JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDAProvisions .
U. t?,- -U:::t you say this is to increase

.;..: out :t outs time or another how it my icieirco. IIow can it work both

.. S p. feels to Lo a con artl. Scmo of v<* way"? Grain Hay, Flour, Grits, Meal, Etc. ,

J. think there never was sncli{ a man. 'Dr. D.-It's a protect ion end prosperj I j! v S' )JE AGENTS:::; FOr' Oar (,usnt's.. .confined to theFalrfcaac

FY: Others Lave been contending that Uy pill and will produce any effect de- I I i ; Canning;;. s Co.{ loa!: Brsra:; I trade eni. Ot;;*';rs fr\JIn CHl-
sired.: It's tin infallible cure fcr any 9
su.'.''f'rcz: "J tthcr I 2OhCiit'd -
hundreds of fought straight : A. nor ttCai -
- t' men and all fiscal and industrial ills.! If tat- I oi I
civil each side I :.: .L .rrti_: __. : 'irc il!.
through the war: en I
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!. without personal over fear. knowing What have a qualm you of to \, t\J' ". I Tim Kind You Hare Always Bought, and which bas been t (Quotations Maia? Promptly On ApDlicatlon. "

j pay about it, colonel You certainly : ."....".p:;:., ... in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of ,
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and has been made under his
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ought to know you were (: ot4"I.. per-
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it from start to finis.h." I',' 'ly- ---r--I'_. "': : ;. ..... r,...' \ .. .,r. gsonal supervision: since its infancy. rasa ::.-_-=" ---_ :== !"-_ -.

4< know v '{ ::\ 0" p.p.d S. I '; Allow no one to (dccch you in this.
Yes, I ought to answered
t it. "" ,\'('-."?,\o'I. ."" .x. ,; 'I..;I I All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes arc but Experiments U D. MINER.STARtE
the colonel, "find I do know. I I \' .' .:t: .," ,1....
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I ,,.'. .. ?1-t... .. .I. 1 that trifle with and endanger the health of .
was a lad vben 1 enlisted. I shall I ;" /\ .\'I I 0I /" II
I ;'''jrl.' '';-:"'''':'';'; -1. '11\\",:.:' '"\I f.;. Infants and Children-Experience aa\nst\ Experiment.
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that father ''; .r ." ..-,. 4! X
never forget day. My i' .(;t.j.,: }) f .- :...J., '..:k'....ilJt I t
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fine the river ; "l"'f:: -- ... c.\ ,
had .
a country place: up ',; .1.".,...... r"P.. .' "' _'
then. I bad just paled njy ecvcs- .r r ...._.. ,''f"1". 'Z -p--<; 4 oj:, :.I..IWr What is CASTORIAC

teeuthbirthday. There was nothing 0 C--l WATCHMAKER AND JEWELEJL

-- Lut talk, talk, talk: ntout tLo war :.;, .t.,: _..t,. .. (JI: I ,..,....-.?,"l,' :.:l storia is a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops
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pr.d enlisting, end I got very much .t.'t, i' "',;..c.'U.J ....g::l.. '1'''-L: ; }.1":1!'_:: .': and Soothing Syrups.; It is Harmless and Pleasant. It JOHN'S BRirK BLOCK, 1st DOOK) WEST OF .r. J?.
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Hvouscd the rabjcct.' I clipped t..t., ::;, ---- -:. 10'71:0..'" ? contains neither Opium, :3Iorphinc nor ether Narcotic
: on ", 'L_"::"'-_"' .. ,,: \ j; : '
cff to u little i island near by early .:.J-r;';' ':::-:"; .t,3.n CZ' 'L'i hubstancc. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms Best Assortment \Watctes, Clocks and Jewelry in the City

one morning: and staid there alone and allays Fcverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wild ,
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that whole day thinking the matter in kc.p.11 sa Ticptly fern 1a-:0: gnataitiea out:cf i itxill Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation Ve-'ifl l J and Prompt Attention Given to Uopairing.: Charges to SUM
genus your
over. When I went home that night, system and ieait you happy, piopcrcusaad : and Flatulency.; It assimilates the Food, regulates the the :trinl'UI'J; of the times.

my mind was made up. I would Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
i31'1 Gr>Ul bought or taken: in ]
The Children's Panacea.TheIotl1cr'3 Friend. i ; exchange.
steal away down to tho city; next U. S.-Kod! (\:) there doctor! Ycu'uisaid I

day and enlist. I did ;: runugli to convince mo that, 1 if:kf' -

"When I got back home the nest :ill! u1verti2'd: p-'nuecas! it's a quack CED UINE CASTOR j\ ALWAYS w-. .
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rccudy. Beszde; ?, I've tried it and foundit tt : ----=
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afternoon, I vms shaking my
ai-out: the L! sti::-.t doss; I ever to.>k.It's '" .-- -- .........
foots) for I had no idea what my Bears the SigrV :. ::=c of
I efforts were al'O bad-r'ry Lad. It ., .
mother and father would to me. ,'IIr: -
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deranged my whole system) and filled it !:r ''' ''''' CANDTTJ

You know, Ii young Chap: always so fail cf trust germs:; tbat 1"0 been laid rtt

if VTrs: his mother first under those; cp ever eince I don't want any more f rl A A. A

conditions to: I went in to where of your "protection" pll'3!! anil don't

mine was busy with her household see why they called a protection: doctor J 0 'd

duties and said ; t.giin. It must have b-c-n ly mistake I I I

fI I- j V'Mother, I've enlisted.' \ ()mt'n'* Dross Cools YV ill Come IEi:;!i. The Kind You Me Always Bought

How dare yon do tnich a thing The extremely high i.utirs nb.rb ?+
II CURE CONSTIPATIONUNPC
she answered angrily and shut her DingIlY pl'cpo"es! to collect fion worn

lips. tight.; en's dross: goods should be mcrp ur In Use For Over 30 Years.

'I can't tell you how miserable 1 ally] understood by thn womcu ff tl! iccuntry. THe CCNTRUH CO"'AH''', TT NV"RAY 3TR ET: NEW YORK CT'r.i&o I JO:

felt over the way she took the news, It is tiny who i raust surf r ;. .;?;:; Zt: .itl

because my toyi&h;i heart was: full of most becnuso of the. dct.frt il. n : -. 25,; C: .
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tho cause. I made my way hesitatingly n Famplcs : l"t ----M.o- -

4 to father's study opened t taken from a list prepared by' Air P !"< ,.......----r --- -
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tbe door and utood face to face with
t firm cf Trcd ButtcrHeld & Co. cf I,c-v COOK E2OADS. I of Otis the im.'1 P fi t\<'1 "' THE
tho old gentleman. York agement Republicans ":i .. r tfi'Ea
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What is it, young man?' he S"A wool and cotton cloth costing in TIIIgPIlp.1'al iIlIH'orp'lI\llt,} : of need: not go to the trouble) ,i f. '. m rl E'""" l;. '
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MEted." England 1 s. .per yard equal l t to 24 centsin liijrhvvjjys throj: tin: countryis : of naming: a candidate! for ,i _& -..y't.. ) IN =-.:"J Lr.. I SEW YORK WORLD
'Father, I've enlisted, I anwered. oar motley weighing 16 ounces to \ Di ,,
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. tho rnnnina yard, costs under the present *in .it ifin. r, say; the I 1'.1111 pa leading! members of their ownpaity I
M1 '.R,41_ .: THEIOE-A-WEEK EDITION,
Well, what of it?' he anpwered. tariff a.6: C":Jts per yard, while uu I Tinn',, ::1 id the-! work sh .
dtr the proposed tariff it vroaid; cost I'C'1 ': :
'If hadn't 1 should have disowned : .
you eont 1HIPd. General Roy Stone, have a walk-over in suchan "':':' : -;;
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cents per yard."A The :strikeingand importanteveuti.f

in his. you.Then he And looked ho took at me my hard hand, wool and cotton cloth cr<::tin'T in director of road inquiry} of the event. II ( ,'" ;: ;.-. ,,' : ..'.ff....e"J.: 4-,;::1:, ..-!'.i... the last I year: have established tltr
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England): :2s. 4d. per yard, cqt a1 to 56 C f.1'f: Ct"IJL :\ '
end before I knew it he gu"o mo: the 28 dej tirhnent (,If arl'itltltllrt'< snystlint :! / RE .. ; 'i?', .ij :..Jjj.--; : ...vC'n'llt.lIl1in'ail1 of TUB HUICK-
cents in cur weishinj:: cuutt.sto : .
money ; t I !l, :Ii Tl.t *.
kiss that should baH come from the: lunnms card, and costing ui.d.r: more activity.. t'l ing: dis- To CURB the pOWer of '. it't\!'" t' .,.. f'" ...*: .;: ,."-:.'.."?:"' /:. kr""f"il' 74 \-WtrK V.'OI.LII to every reailcr. l -r.in
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my mother. : the present taiiff ?S.4 cents per yard. monopolistic! i combinations: t : :"h.! "f.1..... r t1 ;:, >,"\'-::\. ,;.:"'.: '1t-iiL,.; ,'M ..j'Y'u almot nominal snot it h-p kept* ''
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j.layod: I 1: iinjuovenientlliaii : -1. :;-1 "' : J mk-crib Intonned of the progn- *
*'I started in lieutenant. My would under the piopcscd tabs cost ";' ca.. 'i. : ,, ;t
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oth"*r name for trusts-most ..........,.::&' 'Le. '. I 1m
ftith r wap influential, and he saw $1.4558 per yaid."An has been lioun for'eiiJ'S.01I ( <.l 1\' '; ..'b) :\$ "- ..; ..' \ of all our wars and, moreover, r>-

l to that. When I started; out I felt nil worsted cloth, costing; in not only in the construction of people will agree that we must G I, L pOI ted them as promptly and f'ltJ;

know what England: ;:: 2. Id. per yard, equal\ to 80 I I as if it were a daTy. With oar: hit' res's -
4 Elbe that I would never i depend on :state; rather than !jtrt
and cents in cur money, v.eighiug 16 ouuetsto I new roads and in the getH'rH d) .7t"; :!?oo ,qr. ." : still fXtemHi.g; throughout\ tlj .'.
the feeling of fear was, experience national acrion. Democrats do
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running yard, costing of their construction .. j with operating h>*
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that all oldiera s agitation: : .. ... our troops
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taught me '\ 'i o. i
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tho present tariff 70() cents per yard, I diet take kindly to any sugge'4tiun <. ...- = ."... ,... I iiwe .
went forthith the ,frame impression. wcnld cost under the proposed taiiff [but. in the betterment of old)+!I ( enlarging. the area of I I ---4.,. ':J. hl1 ., I .;Q.'\. """"' the Philippines and the great Pre -
.
mindduring ileiitial. campaign! too, :,t hand. iI :*
Gad how I changed my $1.298 per yaid."A established Ti I j
highways. ;tv national: : authority. The meeting iASTELJE 6I Increased.
my first skirmish Wo were 82 inch black serge) (cottons value further

behind an embankment, and' I w: warp), costing in England 7 6-8d per ate, he says, about 40 load conventions of the Governors of thetveial l '! The nlotoof: Tuf.; 7 ar.IcF.-'-,Vttk

t in command. It just rained lead yard, equal in onr money to 15.25: cents, slated for this :autumn. > : ] states at St. Louis called I m V/IH.LD i ia sniprov ul llr. It !striv*

r across our bends. Every time oman ti weighing less than 4 ounces to the in the northwtst. IIlHI.1' by Governor avers of Texas: .. 1 '(' (' <,!h tear to be l'cter than it v.'tis t---

squire yard, cost: under the present tar- i mostly is : be of t. ,.,,,-.--, [ t'1. :, and! coJififU-nrt
raised hi:+ bead above th i I likely t > productive :; ...::4 -.1 ..=-_. ... .. _- ytirbt'fore: t public
iff 22.57 centa per yard. Under the proposed the aniice-, of the Inei! >tjte ; j .. .. it ..'..'
1 breaetworks it came whizzing oft I !much good. ..... .-rr1: in it i* :shown 1-y thc fact that l>
tariff it wall cost JJ0.07 cents: per "' ; :
his shoulder r.H br.ro aa shooting. J yard. I Road Inipiovenient, t a! S(9 iIiua. I I t'J" j > f.:filial! *:s more than twice ns mt-i.v*

pot wared. I could f feel inyBelJ f I "A 27 inch black sid lie1ne (cotton 1 III the south and soult1Wtr -':-t t I Ul'arnc Cannot be Cur d ij J j paperevery \v,-(ok .13 any olhr ui u!-

growing col or Iccf. I couldn't articu. warp), crating in England 7 7-8J. pc : b\ local I k1 I per, not a daily, publinheii, In A;. -
I they
there is similar :nrtivity.: ;arrangements applications, as
late. My arms grew rigid, and tc) yard, equal to 15.';5 cents in onr money IS JUST AS coon FOR ADULTS. er' .
.
wvu me I couldn't have put in a weighing 8.7 ounces to the running> : !: being made: f(+r the cannot reach the diseased por- WARilA 4TED. PRICE 5Octs, I ,tt.i ofler thin unequnled! Ilew sp:'pt r

load All of a sudden it came to me) yard, cost under the present tariff! construction of a number, of lion of the ear. There is only OAIATIA.11 L9., acT.1G,1n3. and FLonn'UY.l y ADVOCATE t..-
123.62: cents per yard. Uc,ler the pro- Pane Mc2icro: Co.. :St: Lou!s.Mo.
+ that the men under me knew that J[ COO) of gather one year for Ji..0.
to deafness and Gontlctnen-Wn pl ki Tart yer bottles
cure
IJCffd tariff it will cost S3.0 cents per "object Itsson loadh" at various: oneay _
'
;uovira .1' TKI.E-a CnLL'Lo W and G1yaOodtht i
scared.; This thought loofenci t : The regular auuseriptinn! price *
vas ; .
three Cross alrorcly the! 'cpa'of In as:'oar Pdeneuce -;
up njy tongue and( joints a bit. The yard. _ agricultural ('olh. t's. The that is by constitutional reme 14& }(''In. la t''8 cnm bn".IneR, t..ore:1CVl'r the two papers iH:$:!.OU.
void r.n 'u-'i;': 'uutE'iveuh 1.IVEr8tl ectL';
it flashed over mo that it woultcover I Iniquitous Lumber TIU'Ir."The bureau of which General( : Stone dies. Ueafness is caused by an .IYJU.lU as 1"1.1 'Ol.c. 1,: rMtl'''. u
tariff lumber," the Aii.s r\.CAKS i.C3.
on
proposed
:

do for mo to let my men kuo\v 7 f BcJtcn Transcript:: (Rop. ) Fays, "is simply is the head is overrunifh :applications } intlamed( condition of the mu ____ ._u_.____.____ _______ _--- F.C.&P.RAILROA1)Arrival ] )
afraid find that I musl
that I
t
WHS ,
a nieasuio to pick tho pockets and t for advice un load cons lining of the Eustachian 1
lo something to prove that I we; crush the industry of a large, useful and l and of[ Traits atSiarh.
3a : Departure
cot What could I del The mar influential clan! of American ci.izcuJ.: h'oislation) : for information re Tube. When this t tube gets in- A ATTENTION l IS CALLED

: cost me polled his head up at tha t It is uneconomic, unscientific, suicidal. gaiding road buiHnll.Jlwdd. flu ned you lace: a rumbling :Schedule: in effect June 11 '!90!)

I point, and n ininie ball took bin ii I The statements upon which this schedule nery and for assistance: in load: :ound; 01 imperfect hearing, and To the fact that we are non i[rt c Xo. y, South bound, letvcs, Star:."
fho'.vn have beetS
d made to
A coif are
between the was up
right
;.f eyes. const: uction. All this i b pleasing deafness t 10.V: :) ti. m.> for Walilo. Gati.esvill: ,
sv.pat broke out on me, and I wai: icsi'jicua and misleading. The result t when it i is entirely} closed .
class Job
do first
to Grlan:
prepared : Ocala :
Cedar Tamjn
Key
the
cf evidence that >
will] Lo to the not at peoplebecoming art-
strip country
ready to collapse-, when all of a sudden i is the result, and unless
annually recurring income but of its! alive the and nil South Florida (poiuu.No. .
to I
necessity
1M alt 1 received
it camp back to me that Work having new
"l1ito pino principal, which at present t the inflammation: can he taken 1 10, Northbound, J leave St r1.."
would be lest, that I should b rates is within ten years cf c2hlusti\D: ,r its 2:1.;> i p. nt.for hernandina.Jack i nr-
and this tube restored Etc.
out to
ruined if I let men on thinking : : Machinery, Type,
4 my go I and also to ruin a largeclass: of businessmen viite, Jjakc City, Tall:1hnn'l."t:: :. Ten",'"
that I was a coward. I seize d in this country wK deserve bettatilings. Ladies arc Surprised.The !. normal condition, healing will orth."I
cola and all points
fieldglassca:: and with a hou t It docs not semi possible thai't
any Novita Company, of Atlanta be destroyed forever ; nine cases OUR PRICESt f fI :'0. :.", South liound IIRVCH Starlit
leaped to the top of the breastworks!I. men claiming to represent *,ce people

1 1 raised those glasses to my eyes I, will permit such a measure to have th(3 arc curing cases of "'lt:-- out of ten are caused by ca- 1 I! to 07 for Wahlo Oralu, Wihlwoof

and for a second our enemy almosctopped ..t force cf law. If they do, it will" ceawto 1 1l. a l male tronbltufter prominentdoctors t.inh. which is nothing but an t\Ve .make as low ,ain possible tampa: Letvhnrp; Tavarea Ortand
bo folly and become iniquity. and all points South.
t' firing, they were eo astonihhC'l. l. have pronounced such : inflamed condition of the mucous order to suit the t mf'S.OUR N>. 14, North bound, leaves Starts
end It
,_ ; 1 looked from one o Tooling the Fariuer. !
.. h.ive said surfaces. ." to( for Baldwin Jackirnvlll-,
cases "incuiable, or > a in.,
1 lines to the ether. *
tit a' Sample taxes frcrn the Dingley ill,
... We will give One Hundred WOR! Lake: City, TIlllhap..8el'! Teu'ncclrt.Xiw .
: ; 'Come down from there, yo a with comparisons! showing the ove- 'you will be compelled to have :

r d-d littlo foolt' Raid a roug b whelming foreign;; competition to whirl b It fact t te Dollar: for any case of deafness Orleans:* and alt Northern i>olutt
an opeiation. is a
and I d : the farmer is subjected and what I catarrh that For information address] ,
voice behind me, was jerkeback : pro (caused: l by ) cannot
Will be first class in
'i thor md that The X uvita Tieatment for every J. L. IJUKKOUGHS, .
into tbe ditch by a powerftforce. tcctica :;ys means tommitteiregards t be cnrc'llln', Hail's Catarrh

I:G 'Do you want to get killed I!.I' as indispru\blc: women cures suh cast' It Cuie. Send for circulars: free. respect. A trial will) convince Agent, Starkc, Fin.
colonel's voice and hi is Lrrporta to Exports Iron c. I A. o. :MACI: >ONILI.G. i". A.,
It was my Duty, L"'nitl-dStatro. Umicd StcteaDingley : I. iemo\eu, Tumors and Toieign F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
band that saved me. What did I V>ilL Ib9d. 1738. von of this fact. 1 1DOri'T i 'QYt-t T.ay Street

through the field glares? Nc-.4 Btrley, 80-;.i>E'd.Jn. !sr.: ??4 bu 7C6Jalbu::: Growths:;;, cities Gm II ula t ion, Toledo, Ohio. S Jacksonville, Florida: ,
1-, eeo Com. 15o. per bu.. 4..O3bu 00,082,835bu! > Sold 75c.
..S ; a thing. I was too tcnrcd.:: A bUn LU..1 Oa'y. i& per bu.. (7Co6 bu 13CL.S9J bu Ulceiation, Inllamation of the by Druggists, SEP I

: man could have seen;; more. But I Dye, lOc rcr tu 14 bu ftS.Ajfl bu HaIr!! : Family Pills are the
1. TfLeat, 2c. rr Lu 2.110.C30 bu OO.c.lW:;;) bu womb and ovaries and all dish -
t" caved my reputation. Many time&; Flour, :C5c.:: ad vnl. 1.SG4! bblj 14,820.604 bb!: besr. .
' '' Flutter, lb.. K'v.-C7 Ibs 131, placements.' ... work from home Skin Diseases.
3h' after that I was frightened in b..,t- Co. rer U-; < ---- -- -- ---- --- Your away
+ Poatcc.2c hu.. 1;5.24a: bu C.JD buI
rwr ;- 2S:, tie but never so much EO, and I Teal VEln.0 cf p. the o exports during Write for their: took and 200 aa' BO YEa s* .

.j". never shirked. :From that day m Qthe I! :iL-csl year laStf.; .........,....., .S13P.K3.C: : and : .. EXPERIENCE I I when yoT can get it done with I;or the speedy and permanent cure o2
., ." Total value imports: .................. 1,801,5; Atlanta testimonials the tetter salt rheum and eczema, Cham- ,r
til the war closed iny men adoreme d will be sent free. Gives I' neatness and dispatch: right be.Iain's: Eye and Skin Oiatmf.it: i;

;, end they thought that I nee er! I Admits Prices will Be nl+:her. you I I itnoac an equal. It relieve the itching -

knew what lear was during tt:10ii With regard to Chairman Dingley' them} your symptoms and Dr. II I ; here. and smarting almost instaixtlRni..

,.' whole of those four bloody years. admission that the duty on wool wil 11 VanValen will diagnose,! I ,. I its continued U.A effects a p rmin2nt
) did ailed i increase the price of wcol, the Kacsnj : your 1 I cere. It also cures itch barber's itch
"What think
"? they yc'0 I! WRITE {OR) GALL
Thetn.a scald head sore nipples itching piles,
I that day?" j City Times says: "The consumer an d case without cost. ,,, TRADE F.lAR".3! i chapped hands chronic fore eyes ansl

"It went the rounds in my con-" net the foreigner, therefore pays th G by mail. Address all_ letters to'filelovita DEBtGNSCOPYRIGHTS tc. granulated lids.:
i tariff tas. It concedes also that tbhome <
Pang that I had an attack of Lea:rt 100- 113 Anyone rending a sketch and description mar I r for our prices.ADVOCATE( .
prcdncer puts up his prices arbi mpan) 1ekh ascertain our onion free whether an Dr. Cwlj's Condillca PoTTiltrs for i

trouble,answered tho colonel wit th': trarilj. Mr. Din ;lcy'a own words are a I Grand Opera; House, Atlanta, invention U probably patent. nacdbooSconPctecU*bio. Ccmmnnlrc.tioruntrictlycot.edenUal. : PUB. CO. horses aro the besttoalc. blood purifier '

a latigh, "and 1 never took the troi confession I that:: the Dingley bill isroc' a 'I sent fr_ Oldest arenrr for lecunnKpatenU.Patecta vermifuge. Price 23 cects. EoIdt-I
taken: tkrtrcah: Mono & Co. ridge
.bleTo correct the story. It was t fraud nnd a robbery cf the people fed (>r Ga. When writing please, men Id4l node. wit bnnt chanr o. In the .

In fft way, for I was so ftightcn the IcncSt: cf." tho few individuals: an d tion ADVOCATE. Sd eiifific! mkfAhandecmelf Hemming way Building, 1:FaNTED-SEVFTat. TRrfeTWORTUVpersocs

that my heart almost stopped tc atcerpcaticnai.;, t' In ttUntaf* to manaue ;jva hu>!-
mc..trll.te.111'5 klr. Ijirgret: ctr-
iug.. It'B bosh to talk about aloran 3 I --- I cola:.ton of any rclentlfic loumaL lamia.t- a I Florida. neo.'i m their own and ""arby: conntiIvt tteatnly
If Starke
is not ended in : wont ojjou ted at hocSa'
a once -
: The most icrrcactavo feature cf ttu' ::a IF TIlE war year: four rcortha,JL ScW by all ne1l'sde:1Jen.h1UNN i ,
withoi i! >trj,tglii I&OO a year t 'M! espeoae*- ifloltatonahde
ary:
..n. going through a war Dingley bill is the provision for payiner 15rear from now-and it is impossible & ua..6iBt9aeril. Hew York 1 no more, no lew salary. it,!nthiyITS.
ediug fear. Any brave old eoldi: i< back to the! big manufacturers their ere. .. Branca ofBc 625 V: EL.Tasblazton.. C. I. Rsrereacte. Eaclose self-add east
k ; '' will tell experiences such !aa aigu colltribution5.I' to see how it can e"erI .1 TCnre Conitlpation Forever./ staap: 'd enrelope Herbert E. Hes. J"rear..
you Take CASCA'et Candy Cat artic. ice or ds. !> 'ps. )3i; Ctica:o. Meauoa ADT)C Z wtttatcti11CC.

.,.-,:....'" -I-bare: --tAld--.5--"-Xen- York .E'Ju.'f'l. 4 t I I come to an end unu (the manhoar The ADVOCATE for Job Work. :.r C.O. C.!i.Ut'C':1'edru.. r refuel' nicney. .' ,

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LOCALIIAPPENINGSw WHITECAPS1 WORK. to @11] County, Fla., March 12, 1817,

.. .PEESOFAL where he attended the public The Peoples Market .

C. Cram Postmaster at lit ; J schools, and afterward entered : / .
-LOCAL, PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.A Peck, Flu., Beaten by Whitecaps the West Florida Seminary. .L W. A. CROSBY, Proprietor. ,-
Monday Ni llt.

Large Edition. From Wednesdays Times-Union. Mr. E. J. Wainwright visited He sometimes remarked that ut t Q Dealer in Fresh Meats, Beef

"Hay I print a kiss on your cheek?" Tampa,--Fla., Aug. 22.- Gainesville last week. his educational opportunitieswere 1

She I asked.nodded her sweet permission. Editor W. C. Crum, of the Brooks Shipman, of JLawtey, splendid, but his desire to T r Pork, Ham, Sausage, Etc '

So we went to press, and I rather Florida Republican, was was in town.yesterday.Miss join the army overcame erery- Ocs1)& -
guess brutally beaten by whitecaps thnrgelse. At the age of fifteen, FL o Orders delivered to any part of

I printed a large edition. at Peck last night. He is Postmaster is Katie Ritch, of this city, he left the seminary and enlistedin the City on short notice.
visiting relatives in
Waldo.
There is an Excursion. to at that place, and has ,: Capt. D. B. Maxwell's company TRACE MlvRi GIVE ME A TRIJL.wACROSBY .

Ocala over the F. C. & P. rail- been going out there attendingto Mr. Jos. Thomas was a pleas- of the Second Florida regiment THE NEW SEED LAW.Al1provp.d Starke, Fla.
the mail at night and returning ant caller at the ADVOCATE of which Carroway 1
road to-day. May 19, 1899, makes i it
to the city in the morning. office Saturday. Smith was colonel. During his unlawful for any person 1 to sell or offer S, J. COLEMAN '
the Uneeda !\
Try
Biscuit Some weeks ago he appointedDan Orlando Weeks, a military career IIH participatedin for sale any Garden, Melon or ,
I popular
Crisp, tender and delicious, for the battlesof Vegetable Seed unless the same are Boot and Shoe
: Morrison, a colored man, young man of Waldo, wasin i Olustee: Gaines. in packages Repairing.Shop .
sale by White. bearing on the out-fde i in
his assistant, so that the office Starke yesterday. /' ville, Natural Bridge and many plain letters a guarantee certificate of at residence In Thomaevllle.s .

The best fever cure on the I could have a man in charge all 1 Mrs. Geo. C. Livingston left others, but escaped unhurt. when where and by whom the seedwere Following are a few of my prices:

market: Dr. Powell's "Never the time. After the war he returned to grown. Half soles for Ladies shoes,25 cents;
to day for Hampton, where she Penalty not 1 less than ,$25, nor more Half soles for
mena' shoes
80
Leon to 40
Fail"
Fever Cure.A :
Morrison County but his father
was made to giveup will visit as than $100 fine.J. .
relatives. cents; Patches, 5 to 15 cents. I also
large crowd from this place the office by a committee of who was a wealthy planter, had I B. SUTrOM, Seedsman Ocala, repair harness at reasonable prices

took in the excursion to Jack citizens, who are unknown, Mrs. N. T. Ritch left to-day lost all on account of the war. Fla., ells >seeds under his trade mark, r Give me a trial. Satisfaction guar
for Waldo, where she will visither as above bearing the certificate required .auteed.e .
and Young Chaires .
sonville Mr. Crum had to out was not satisfied
yesterday.The go 111.besi
by ; es all seed
*
and attend to the office himself. brother, Mr. A. G. Masters. with the changed conditions, tesi- d and the certificate bears d-ite ar |,,: P .J; U M and red WMtkty at :hom Ifetitien wlti-

dog tax meets with general Last night, after he had completed Sheriff Denmark and Maj. T. and in order to add spice and of tent aud percentage of germina- m !b 3} ot.&palzs cent Book r of ft:i.BATUouurs .-
approval and does tion. Send !.U U 8.II WOOL L!.' Cd.
so our to him for ..
price list. .
his work, he started to E. Bugg went to Lake Butler novelty to his life, he went to Wholesale au-J Retail. _' eo o2ie 104 Von Pry r ii t
goods. Morgan Bros.
!a house he owns a shortdistance this morning on official busi- sea for sever.1l months. To PATENT> B&eJ Has'

FOB BALE.-10,000 strawberry away, where he sleepswhen ness. In 1866 he returned and engaged I iro-io-nar for Fifty C.at*. I LtO1NW I Ors map aU.t*securei Adirets by, .
plants for with Gnaran.l'd: .. THE PA7ENT .
sale. Apply to there. his uncle as clerkin tobocro imiiltnii- nnu '. REC030
Mrs. W. H. Anthony, who cure. 60c; Si .0I'< -. I Battlnwi.M*
Hans Austin, Starke, Fla. He was held up on the road has been visiting relatives in i a store at Cell! ir liar, butearly Satecrlptlona to The Patent Srcord|iOoperansum.CASHTALKSI < .

Break it up I We mean that by a mob of masked men with Macon, Ga., returned how in 1S'5S he became tire.l -=-

case of malaria fever. Dr. guns, who nride him dismount. Sunday. of that kind of work and movedup

Powell's Tever Cure will do it.i 'He was tied with a rope, hand t.i. I to Oldtown, in Lafayette !

and foot, and severely beaten. \r. Wm. Kearce, one of County, and commenced farm-

A man before the :Mayor is He also sustained severe bruises Guilford's popular young men, ing, stock and cattle-raising. I SO DOES A PHONOGRAPH
in a ticklish position. We sell was visiting relatives in StarkeSaturday ,
about the head and shouldersfrom He started "without a dollar," :
musical goods of all kind. Morgan the kicks administeredby : and Sunday. but successfully conducted his TO SAY NOTHING OF A WOMAN.

Bros. the mob. Mr. Thos. M. Williams, one business, and at the time of his Our Goods talk for themselves. If you buy you WILL TALK to

When with of death he enjoyed a comfortable your friends about the extremely low prices at which
chill
get
you up a After they finished whipping Hampton's most prominent we are ,
little
headache, that is the sign that him, they cut off the whiskers citizens, was attending to business i- He fortune.always interested himself selling] goods. In Remembering the Maine remember

you are bilious. Take Powell'sFever from one side of his face and in Starke Saturday. in politics, and served in both that we are still at the same old stand selling Books,
Music
Cure. applied carholicc acid to the JVlrs. .1). L. Alvarez Ki' Y1n11LanFtI--nT- -,.-,.,-iol.tnr.-_! _!_._6,"." .in... Musical Instruments, School supplies,
and son, the House in 1885 Stationery, Etc., Etc. The lack of
when the
The deep gashes his space
Thrice-a-Week Worldand ]1 upon naked Bowden, returned home Friday
flesh constitutional convention was prevents us from saying more, but come-
made the
the
by
ADVOCATE both for whipping. from
one a pleasant visit with Mrs. authorized, and in the Senate and be convinced.Morgan .
, year at the extremely low price Mr. Crum does not know who E. E. Canova in Jacksonville.Miss in 1887. As he was elected to

of $1.50. attacked him. The mob threat- Nita fill one of the terms of two Brothers
Gardiner
ened to kill a charming limited
him if-he ever aD- I years by the Constitution -
.
Don't ..
that
forget we will do ,
young lady of Thompson i
pointed inother assistant he served only one session -
your printing. Circulars, Note negro Ga will visit her sister, Mrs. in that body.
there. He
has closed the STARTCF. -
office
Bill and Letter heads printed and will deliver W. H. Anthony, in a few days. Mr. Ohaires was married FTA
-
no mail to the
., cheap. Call' on or write for : twice, ins first trite, Miss LJaraMcQueen /I'I
.
our prices.J. Peckites, and his resignationhas Miss Myrtle Calh lean, one of [ at Cedar Key in 1867 '

been accepted at Washington. Montgomery, Ala.'s fairest by whom three boys and one

G. Alvarez is having the :, daughters, is spending a few girl were born, and next, Miss STATIONERY !

interior of his store painted, I, weeks vfsitintr.... her nmisin._ n___, _Mr___, ". Margaret Cottrell, in Septem
and will The New Woman Defined. her, 1893, by whom he had
soon be ready to re- I. J. :M. Alvarez, in this city. no 1
ceive his stock of fall and The Gentlewoman offered a children. He was a member of
for Mrs. A. E. Morgan and the Knights of Pythias and School Books
winter goods. prize the best epigrammatic New and Second-Hand. I
several churches.
daughter, Mrs. Lnla Miller
definition of ,
the "
F. J Jackson, who has served -I The "new woman. I returned to Pablo Beach yesterday In his death thc state loses a Everything new and up-to-date in the way of Tablets, Box Papers -

the Atlantic Lumber Co. answers following sent in are: some of the where they will :spend a man.faithful worker and a noble Envelopes, Etc. We sell these cheap. A.: good

for several years, has resigned few weeks for MM. Morgan's Ink Tablet three for five cents.
"A fresh( darn This is not lie
his position with the Co., and upon the health. TWO DOLLARSTo place where they do a CIIEDIT Bushiest tint Inalco'CA
will original i blue stocking;" "the SIT Cuxtomers jiny the difference.
go to Lake -
City. old maul trying to be the young Clifford Haynes, who has Tampa and Return Via - Four tarries were arrested man ;" ":&. creature of opinions been working in Jacksonvillefor the F. C. & P. fly E

on the excursion train last decided and skirts divided ;" the past few months, has The Florida Central nnd Peninsular Crescent The Wheel That Stands Up."

night) -3 for carrying concealed "one who has ceased to be a returned home and has accepted railroad will sell roundtrip Juvenile, $25.00. Ladies' or Gents' best Chain Wheel

weapons and one for sporting a lady and has not yet attainedto a position with Contractor tickets to Tampa on Aug. $3 .OO. Chainless 60.00.. All 99 Models.

double barreled shot gun. be a gentleman ;" "man's Hope Farmer. 28th for $2. Tickets good on Tuxedo Sewing Machine, Drop Head 35.
trains !9) and 13, and good to ,
re ks
A moonlight night, the front newest and best reason for retraining ; Miss Lula Liddin, of this turn until August 30th. All 1 kinds of Musical Goods, Strings, Etc. We make the price.

porch] a girl and a guitar makes single ;" "madam be- city, who is attending School Don't forget the name nor the place.

si pretty picture. The come Adam ;" "manishnessminus at Ocala is I THE Jacksonville evening
guitar I expected !home to.I N B. HULL Postoffice
manliness." papers mnko: light of Observer Building
makes a pretty sound if it is The prize day. Her cousin, :Miss Johnnie Mitchell of the Weather Bu- ..... ,
was awarded "'
purchased from to the ..
Morgan Bros. first answer named.-Ex. Liddin, will accompany her reau, simply because the hurri- j

Before buying a Piano, Organ I home on a visit.Mr. cane happened to miss Jacksonville 0 SPAEKMAN & CO. '"

or anything in the musical: OA.9TOD.XA. and Mrs. D. J. McLeod .i contrary Mitchell's
Eeart tae its Kind You Haw Alwars Bo 1 predictions. Mitchell did his
line, write or call on Ludden & Bigns.tun returned Tuesday from -DEALERS IN"_
..,. ". Tampa, duty in warning Jacksonville,
'Bates' Southern Music House, ct where Mr. :McLeod has been and we fail to see how a man HIGH GRADE WHISKIES. '
. 20 East Bay Street Jacksonville ] i can be blamed
Low Rates to holding the position as salesman just because a .
I Fla. Philadelphia. in the large establishmentof hurricane took a notion to R WhI-fcey} $2 to $5' per gallon. Torn Whiskey, $2 to 52 JO per gallon! ;
The F. C. & P. R. R. will slight the metropolis of the : Rum, S2 to S2.50 per :!anon pple Brandy $2.50 to $3 per>* l1on. PcacI
Are you thinking of purchas- sell tickets Sept.} first to third Cohen, Friedman & Co. Mr. State. Bran.ly, 2.50 to $3 }per g-tllou: WhlVJsat Whiskey: ,2.&) per gallon.
ing a piano? If write inclusive McLeod has accepted position Prompt attention paid to all orders
so, Lud to
Philadelphia and in J. M. Alvarez's _
Fifteen
den & Bates' Southern Music return, at a rate of one fair for store in this city. Clothing in the small years town ago there of Griffin lived, JUG TRADE .SPECIALTY..

House, rred ivann, manager, the round trip, on account of Ga., a merchant of only] ino11er- C. M. SP ARK fAN & CO.( .
1'!9 East Starke. Fla
Bay Street, Jacksonville G. A. It. encampment. Two Death of Hon. T. 1*. Chaires ate means wile was nauiy( amic-I
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Florida. trains daily with through sleep- lIon. Thomas Peter Chaires, ted with that dreaded disease, I ---- -- ---

Chester inK i cars.: Fall information of Oldtown, Lafayette nervous dyspepsia. Forced by J.
and James Johnson County, the hand of disease to abandon F.P.MeMurry
and Son Batton were up before upon application to F. C. & P. :I Florida, a member of the State his store, he decided to build a ,

the Mayor's Court yesterday: on Agents, or A. O. MacDonell] Senate of 1899, died in this I cotton mill. After week of DEALERGBOCEEIESFEESHANDMM IN '

a charge of riding bicycles at Gen. Pass. Agt., or L. A. Ship- city at 8:60: o'clock Thursday anxious soliciting he could raise

night without a light. Each man, Asst. Gen. Pass. bRt., night, of congestion of the only $84,000. With this small ANEW

of Jacksonville, Fla. bowels and liver. lIe beginning, backed up by the I
them
were fined $1.00 and was taken LOT OF FINE PICKLES
ill at his home friendly promise of the ]local CAN GOODS, ETa.I .
cost. .- -- I on the 6th inst., bank, he made the venture. FRUITS CIGARS AND
recovered.. somewhat, but re- From this small beginning his j I TOBACCO. ..

Bold Burglar Is 1 mpsea- on ,-Monday- weeK last, plant- has- grown to nearly 1, j'I MAELS SERVED AT ALL HOURS.

N. A. Powell hail, an exciting Baby Thinthis when he, with his wife, came to 000,000, the stock being worth I,If J

adventure with a burglar Suu- summer? Then add a Starke on a visit to his sister, 6150 of Griffin() pf>share has doubled of $100. 'nJ4city I
than
I' Mrs. E. W. more LrooJsBicycIessfa4Oe.
(lay night. The little Burroughs
burglar !had at: once in wealth and population,

entered the main part of the soorrs EMULSION whose home he passed away. and the cotton mills arC now ." u.....s.,
house while to his milk three times a day. His wife and two of !his lending l IROQUOIS.. CYCLE WORKS FAILED =-=
Powell was in one sons, I money to the wry bank M1 !/ iitct t N.'MJia"_ ...._b.. ... .
It Is -.Ie Ie---.......... M.altl..W.,1.e... { tw..1
of the back rooms and I astonishing how fast McQueen and Tom, were with which helped( .them in their .'u".ti..bd4 -.w.WIlli Made 1& pot tot....1. .....
as he he will If YWt&M, .o.r..M.Iaw..l..oraa.. ..to leU sell__.t.NO.....;..Y....Mo'. .
((Powell) started into i itni >rov f he nurses him. The body was embalmed infancy.-Monticelio Constitu I I--4'J' ti u4 tKb tb 1_.afu.,. .
the house i let : .IROQUOIYBICYCLErale. ..., .. .t&wltl.ugi.r.m..b e.t.a... ,
tion. .
the mother .. 1
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the take the and taken to Oldtown "' '' tq. .........__
daring: thief )locked the doorio Emu's km. I Saturday, -- -- __ ___ ____ ... i DESCRIPTOR tl.lr.gsW tLU.t. ,,. ,.lour.,, .Z N. k.w.it l.ow.R e1q,,, 4
his:: face and. kipped throughthe roe.e !11aU '..eta.Onop where it was interred in the -- u : .. w---:-.. ..-.. : .. I ..,..".. .* ....... ...*BU V lw aacw.yl ..*....*.:...4rkB. ,.toU fjMMftMln4M*CWlbvlKte.* Mixi.inttnblwJvpKivd -.. ,,.. ,t
family cemetery. DESIGNS? 1 tee u_aa4..IP.wi.f. nw.!.O.etr......a...--k,....n.. Yar M'ML W"&tee M fa.,WJIoiI.n t&;n.ts t.u d,il ts.W;I It
parlor, l leaving that door Fe SEiD ONE DOLLAR (Mpt *
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No doubt n CTESD with Thomas Peter Chaires late &; AND COPYRIGHTS .Ied.b.u.ORDER ......,,.. D.fwu..WctJa....."era ,...
open. Mr. Powell Y Remedies. TcCetabl. OBTAINED Vi To'DAYtfre.IJtw.etMb.b.appol.t.a. 1ISeJWI.Q4..nt ..pot tV........ {
Have cured Senator ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY E HAVE Ifte.ise..Uow.Ilia hU arty....
will be more careful l in the future. ; V ninny thouuivl ca+** from Lafayette and Notice in.Inventire Age" FREE j BICYCLES... .!.!ee".1..'W." ** *ia' lXt cot .. '
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(ier I !9 tKi 1 >*t two-tl hojx lraa. In tn Boot"now to obtain Paten U" JSSSIS Vas B.adr.d..rn.d_ UNor w.1'e la.t,..r.-r.u. ... rA-
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.. n--.4.' CT23 DAYS tr.tmeltt I C--arffct moderate.No fee till patent is aec tlred. BOU A., .. .Blerel& in ti worU sad .t .pry. ltt. W as l1.we poLbeA
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I Leon E. G.!IGGEHS Pktti.l LawyeryVa' J. L. MEAD OYOLE 00. In
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