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Title: The Florida weekly advocate
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Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 15, 1898
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:VOLUME IV. STARKE, FLORIDA, APRIL 15, 1898. NUMBER 44.

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-Official Directories.- COUNTY HAPPENINGS!! other refreshments, on hand, WAR NOW CERTAIN Spain. ,It will passed tomorrow FLORIDAILtATTERS.

as the attendance: was s 'large ,
STATE _
-- it was not long before they were FLYING SQUADRON SAILS UNDER
':Governor.Wm. D. Bloxham., ITEMS OF LOCAL AND,GENERAL. EVENTS AND TOPICS OF THE
Secretary of State,J. L.awford. INTEREST. all gone. One of the featuresof : i Unless Spain Should Back Down SEALED ORDERS.WASHINGTON WEEK. ."."'

Comptroller. it. Reynolds. the evening was the auction- April 13.- .
Treasurer. J. B. Whitfd ld.
Attorney-General. Wm. Lamar. Gleaned by Onr Able ReBalarcorres 1 edents.! : eering of the delicious pound Completely. The flying squadron sailed from Gathered From Oar State Exchanges.
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Comm ssioner of L. B.
} Agriculture
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WombwdlL cakes which were made by the Hampton 'Roads at 2:20 o'clock ""
Hampton. I The Senate and House Will Both Pass
Superintendent of Public Instruc- this afternoon A with
ladies. The prices realized. to. intercept the military com any
tluu, W. N. Siieata.ScfREMe.. Who is the only young man Resolutions (for Immediate
and Declaring Spanish and eighty-two enlisted men has
COURT. : in Hampton? were extremely gratifying warships torpedo .
Chief Justice, R.-F. Taylor. : : the-bidding quite spirited, some Intemntion. flotilla now on. their way to been organized recently at St.
Justices, Milton H. :M bray, F. B
to Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Burden
of them American waters. Petersburg. ..
.,. Carter. I selling as high as White Squadron Bails Under

< COUNTY. ;I and., children visited. relatives atWaldo $2.25 and all pronounce Mr.0. Sealed Orders. The orders'are to intercept to Large shipments of tomatoesand '
k i State Senator, A. Crosby. .
:. RspreaeiiUtives, L. D. Wall! and E. i I. Sunday.Miss .J. Griffin a very good,auctioneer WASHINGTON, April 13.-It destroy if they do not sur- beans areg going through < .
P. Ward.
Tax Collector. J. C. Byrd. Sadie Paterson( of to get such good prices. has been an exciting day,. and render. St. Augustine from the lower

,,.j Treasun-r.Tax Assessor E.,S W., Matthew J. Epperson., Providence, is visiting her Thereturns received by the full of momentous events in The statement that the flying east coast, en route to eastern

.. Clerk of Circuit Crfart, Col. W. F. friend Mw. Bessie Knight. committee wore very gratifying Congress. No day has.seen so squadron, under Commander markets. .
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";,"; "Weeka..Sheriff S.B.Denmark. Elder Holbrook filled his and they heartily thank all who much important business as Schley, would sail from. Hampton Consul General Lee was -

;: County Surveyor.'R. JI'. Ensey. regular at the. took' part in making it.such a was brought before the two Roads was officially con-
appointment .
.. Superintendent' of Public Instruction. royally welcomed] all along the
.- F. D. Sbell. Christian church Saturday and success. houses to-day. Both committees. firmed at the navy department. line as he passed througlTth&State
':," County JuJgeJ. R. Richard. affairs of the two However, Secretary Long said '
;,; Justice of the Peace for DistrictNo. Sunday. Sampson City. on foreign last Monday en route to
6, Geo. A. Card in*'r.CfUntyCommlB3ioneraJu. houses reported resolutions.The that he could, not state thesquadron's
.7.
;., :r lmDr. E. A. Todd, M. N. Blanton, tenor of both,is taken ,to mission. It .was
ladies ed in Lake Butler last
; J. J. Crews, D. W.' Clyatt. popular young Sunday. long range gnns are being
.:...:...' mean a war with Spain. The subsequently stated by navy .
;[' : CIlY.--- ; has returned from a pleas- Mrs. W. T. Dryden is'visiting House passed the resolutions officials that the seuadron mounted, at the mouth of St..

.- .. :Mayor, A.T.. von Kirn. I ant trip to Waldo. her daughter, Mrs. Powell l, introduced by the majority of would make a practice cruise.It' Johns river to protect Jackson

: 'Clerk.Assessor Gorge, .... W.Gardiner.Sweat. Mr. ,Sam F. Conner was the :in Starke this week. its committee, and the Senate 'is known that the squadron ville. Other seaport towns in_

': ..r Treasurer E. P. Duncan. of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. I the State are also being fortified.
guest sails under sealed orders and
Adkins debate which be ,
Marshal, J! P. Benuet Mr.: Zenas and sister_ began a may

Nltfit Aldermen Polic}1',.J R.N.Morgan"Jon'8., Edwardlllddletim. : Johns, of Starke, fpr.seyeral .:Miss, Emma, were attending protracted and interesting.In that it is a war: demonstrationthere DespIte the drought a large

J. M. ruby, N. \V. Hack-" days and reports very enjoy- church here Sunday. the early part,of the dayit is no question. quantity of beans ,and Irish .

.U and J. W. Hicks. able time. Several of our young ,men seemed that; there was a'possibility The statement in the outset potatoes are being shipped b y

." Church Directory. Mesdames- O., J. Griffin and have hiding places selected in that unanimous action that the squadron goes to the truckers in Brownvillt-

." Presbyterian, J. A. Hughes pastor. W. J. Griffin went to visit- the case of war with. Spain. might, be had in both houses, intercept, the Spanish flotilla is Good returns are received,...

Services every lat, 2uU and 5th Sun opening of Mrs., Clark's milli- but divisions, arising over the, made on excellent authority. especially-lor beans. "
day.. Prayermetitiittf every \Vedties- Miss Liza Dryden is at home
'day'eveiiiug at 7 o'clock Sunday:) nery store, formerly' Hampton form and word of resolution, City officials in Tampa have
school every Sunday mOl nlDg at 9 again after spending some time Clean Up, Keep Clean.To .
o'clock. but now of Waldo. could not be reconciled and not drawn their salaries in over
with her sister in Starke. I
the Floridian there is a
;. Baptist, Rev. G. T. :Lvitner, pastor. Messrs. Silas Johns, W. L. minority reports were'Pre five months and miscellaneous
:**,.. Services every 2ud and 4tli Sunday. ,Mrs. Henrietta Melvin! of sented. The House,resolution, matter of more immediate and
Prayer meeting every I Ihuradayeven I Lochey, A.. C. ,Durden, A. A. bills have been standing, againstthe
lug at.7 o'clock. Sunday school every Burden, ,Andrew Saxon' and' 'Starke. is visiting her cousin, which was,passed; by a vote of I vital importance than a possiblewar City for over two years that

Sunday morning at 9:3J\ o'clock. :Mitchem Miss Liza Dryden, this week; 322 to 19, is'as follows"Whereas :- witE Spain. We must not have not'been liquidated.The .
went on a pleasant .
Methodist Kov. J. A. Hendry, 'eas- forget our sanitary precautions
v tor. Service every Sunday morning trip to Gainesville Tuesday.Mr. The Messrs. Ekirbee, of the government !' Plant Line Steamers
and Prayermeetiug ev- for the coming ..summer. We
evening.
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of for three
Spain years past,
7 o'clock. Starke, spent Sunday here at- ,
evening at
Wednesday and
and Mrs. J. C. Cason must clean and keep clean. between Key-West Havana
1 Sunday school very Sunday. morning tending church and visiting has been waging war on the up
aI( 9:30 o'clock.Episcopal v and son, J. Thomas and little, friends. island of Cuba against a revolution There, is a rush of refugees from have been taken off, and the'

Rev. F. R. Holeman, Mae and Mrs. 0. Haynes wentto the inhabitants Cuba, and each is a point of Steamship Miami has quit
clergyman in charge. Services every Mr. and'Irs.. B. J. and' by .
Sapp between :Miami and-.
River Easter running
New
Sunday
2nd and 4th Sunday::: afttru6"uat 3-30 thereof without making possible danger. In the pre-
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X o'clock. Sundiy school every Sunday :) to witness the marl i tge of their several members of their.faniily; any- sent our authoritieswill Nassau all on account of the
afternoon at 2 o'clock. I Ii substantial progress towards emergency
\ niece. Miss Arifosa Cason and attended the baptism and. .meeting war talk.C. .
vpreent.Prayvrmeetiug i do what they can, but
Christian, no pastor at hnre Sunday., the suppression of said revolution :
every WftuewiayTO report an enjoyable time. has each 'of us is interested.in seeing Beck of Sanford who
every Sunday morning at 9:30 o'- Mrs. Addie A. Johns, of Elders King and Phillips, of warfare in a manner contraryto that 'a national' tragedy does went, to the Klondyke several

.@lock. __ LN Portland, Maine, who has-been Hampton'and Theresa, passed the laws of nations! by _meth- not involve us in many local mouths ago, is reported to have

>OJ ,Lodges. visiting her'son, Marion Johns, through from Sunday evening New returning ods inhuman and uncivilized, ones. 'i been killed by a snow slide-in
a meeting
..:' Stance Lodge No. 34, K of P. meets I Ii. of, Starke, was the guest of her River., causing the death by starvationof The exigenies of war involve the Chilkoot pass. Several

: every Thurfday 7 p. In. daughter, Mrs. H. P. Wynn more than two hundred the breach of our health regulations other Floridans were with Beck
W. E. DUNCAN, C. C, A of I
:' '" '. J. R. DAvid, K. of R. and t3. Tuesday. :Mrs. Johns was accpmpanied party young people..conslsting thousand innocent noncombatants at ;any time. Dr. but the report did not mention

.i Bradford Lodge.No. 42, .F. A. M., 'by her daughter-in-! of Messrs. J. M. 'V 01-- the Victims being for Porter cannot disinfect Consul them at all. -

.. meeting every Thursday' before the fenden, O. J. Milam and C.: B.
he travels
Lee when to
law Mrs. Hattie Johns Miss express
the most he1ples'sVomen
Std Sunday 7 p. in. and part It is rather early to estimate,
Elarbee Mrs: Henrietta
W. F. M&LPncite\ti.M. Meriam and Master Earl. and children, inflicting intol- Washington at the call of the but from the tremendous bloom .
W. N. MKACUAM. Sec.
Melvin and Misses Liza Drydenand
"'- Theevent of the Lenten season Emma Adkins erable injury to the commercial] nation. The germ of disease the orange trees are putting on,
: May Lodge No. 10,I.O. O.F.,meets enjoyed: a
'. .'" <' every Tuesday 7:30 p. m. was ,culminated on EnsterSun-_ , ; -.. L. W. KICKLITKK, N. G. but it .should secure no soil fit
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7 ,W. N. MKACUAM, Sec. day by. the marriage of Miss Elder, J. B. Crews filled his _involving the\ destruction of not be at all surprising if the
the lives and property of for its propagation. Let us shipments from -Eustis
Arifpsa: .Cason and Mr. F. Col- manyof next
,. appointment! here on, Friday
time the forelock andso
take
DIKECTORYr home the bride's our citizens, entailing the by should reach
PROFESSIONAL son at the of and. and Sun- season 5,000
Saturday nights i
'" Florida that she
:! 'I parents, Mr. and Irs. S. ,B. administering the ordi'dY iI expenditure of millions of cleanse boxes, and perhaps more., ,

L. OASKJNS M.O., Cason, at ew River. The' I money in patrolling our coast may not be swept by a scourge
nance of baptism to two candidates ; A gang of shoplifters, six in
.j:; VpflTSICIiH AND SURGEOH" bride attired in and policing the high seas in worse to us locally than a
:: was beiutifully ; after which he preached number, was arrested Saturdayat
6TAEKE, FLA. cream cashmere trimmed with of his order to maintain our neutrality Spanish_war could possibly be.
one entertaining sermons | Fernandina by the police. .
Remember that the to
...M,; Office at Oaslda's Drug-Store. lace and ribbon and carried to a large and epprociative l ; and :way They are three"men and three ,
,ya. y boquet of white roses. The audience, his subject being. "Whereas, this long seriesof fight fever is to ptevent'its '
all colored 'who have
L. SCOTT; M. D., "The ,Name." "" ', introduction. The. lossof our women, ,
losses and burdensfor
A
SURGEOX: groom was; dressed in :..the injuries been stealing from the different

'. ;PHYSICIARAND regulation,b ack. The presents There will be an ice cream,. ; which Spain is .responsiblehas good name now would be a dry goods stores there for the

STARKE, FLA. were numerous andjhandsome. festival at the hotel and a free ( in the. destruction greivons one, an epidemic of week and have accumulat-
past ,
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fever this would leave theseeds'of
,;,, Once at aas5dns Drug. Store. The ceremony was witnessed dance at the union depot on of the United States battleship : year enough drygoods, umbrellas .

.:' bya large assembly of relatives Saturday evening, April ;16th. .Maine in the harbor 'of i danger.for the future.
% etc.to start-a small-sized dry
M. '
STEWART D ,
:' E.L. and friends. This. entertainment 'IS to. be. Havana and in the death of Clean up. Keep Clean.-
: .. AHD ..., .. and Citizen. goods store.
lB HOSE Timea-Union
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THROAT
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% ... The people of Ha.mpton..and given for the benefit of one .. -
: The West Herald! of
,. STARKE, FLA. Mr. "Resolved etc. That the r Key
vicinity were very pleasantly bur worthy citizens, J. T. ,
/
Oaoe at Stake Drug Car .ntis authorized A writer in a magazine has Wednesday says:, "It may not
entertained Thursday eveningby -Perry, who has been for a.: l longtime presid hereby I
made the prophecy that,in 300 be generally* known but it is
LATE POWELL. M tt, .an ice cream festival and, unable ta earn a support and directed" toi i intervene at ,
:; _< or buy necessary :medicines.It : ,Cuba years from now .the world will nevertheless, that every.
box supper given by the ladiesof once to stop the war in ,<#
.- .PHYSICIAN AND.SURGEON. the Baptist church. The is'' hoped,the good_ people:will- 'to the end'' with"the purpose of only:, know three ;Ianguages- vacant storehouse; in the,.1 lo'wer

STARKE,_FLA. patronize it liberally to aida, English, Russian and, Chinese. part of the city has been rented *"
committee which was composed securing.permanent; pvacd and
citizen
Over tblrty yean experience In DUea se. of tj 1 g oodand'needY, !. The language will be by the United States
Women and Children.' Office'Starke of Mrs. J. C. Cason, Mrs. order there, and establishingby English,. gorerav ;,
i.,. Drug Vanapany. '0- A...young man from Newberry spoken .all :over North and ment to be utilized as:1' at.om-..".
the free action of the
Willis Griffin, Mrs. A. C.'Bur, people :
,' passed through here to-day who South ,America, in Australia house in which"to store the
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., DJ :. den and Miss Cimmle Hicks deserve there ;a and independent
... DENTISTBTARKE ,-. great credit for:'their un wants to J join a: military company government of their own in India, Africa,New Zealand and tons upon tons of provisions: ,

.- FLORIDA; that is, organizing for the islands of Australia and the i etc.. that are daily arriving; in
tiring efforts >in. making it sucha the island of Cuba ; and the I
"* : 'i coast defenses and, said Pacific. The Russian Key West. .
company
tongue
Once at residence oa Routh Street. _
'and wish president j is hereby authorized r "
to ,
success they
,T.eO eitrapteffpalnlessly bj means ot local 0
w 9 >.tbetic*. XILkindi of dental work done at'' is. to he.stationed in the will have conquered all Europe A meeting of the democratic
and the
l'eason.bl\l charcL. heartilythank Mrs. 0., J. empowered to use .... '
Griniri. -.mJt1ers.jor, the interior' of the State. Severalof land and naval forces of the except Great Britain, and all state executive committee'the oW'-:

oEo BcOG. _. ,kindly, interest. '. :4;they',manifested" his friends want, t
t Aitomsy and Counsellor at Lawn :: and '.alsocto- tfc..'Mamee, Mrs; this company. They have puposeof this resolution.." will iiold sway over the rest of in ,the city of Jacksonville ou>< :

,STARKE;:PLA. learned"jthat 'such a company : the world. If present in- May '-11, 1898..for the .
Knight, ss"#ni!>atid esters. : was beingo a niied somewhere The..ma'oritF.report' of the purpose.
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;Office at EesMeaea: on. Cbwry-Street.' *- of the' Chmti'a -ehnreh: The, ;in this' ..connt, ).. Your senate, committee,. now being dicatidns go.C r anything it-, is of preparing to issue a call fora '

P w : J entertainment \Vi\s'.given.i.n the: correspondent directed Simto. debated 'in the senate, ispractically' j1 possible that ,in 300 y sera state convention and fixing .":'

"B' I VIL EKGDCCa., schooi.hoUs' .: Starke Look out,for:Men.. China : s. a nation will have the time and place of holding J-
N9ItY.COUNTY .and 'was very ., the 'same ,as the .. ,
such convention '
and
for
L : : URVEYOR: attended: and it OAST02t.A.- ."". above the ceased to exist.,
largely : was I : ,* 'only; :change being transacting such other business.:" '

? ': Ptos3tc! ::al: Brawls-*; Btae Prtttlog Fs".J.t. well'thai, the:ladies: had agopdU: : .'p. .n.i ;'dflB JS4Y.'l> 14issn', ia' the." yeiDage.; It', ,calls; for Zfo-To-BM for. nttyGuracteed Ci u.' as:may be:brought to theatte.at. _._
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of worittarahl oa sjpUcatloa.Uaa ,
J ;tcates*M-CttU strest- vtarCi. !,Pcsk. :' ly supply *of ice creasa v : and: t .,.it: .. ,,,' ...L tfieevacuation! ;, ,of, ,.Cuba, ]by :,ttsKA tobacco vet.ha&t" th1tt T9ai2tC3;Al-JZtti weeacaatron tioaorthe: committee; y -
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4". .', -Official Directories.-: COUNTY HAPPENINGS:!I:I as:other the refreshments attendance- : was.on sb"hand-large, WAR NOW CERTAIN row Spain. It will passed tomor- :FLORIDA MATTERS.EVENTS -. '


'. STATE. _
-- it was not long before they were FLYING SQUADRON SAILS UNDER
"Governor. Wm.D. Bloxham. ,ITEMS OF LOCAL AND GENERAL
Secretary of State,J. L.awford. INTEREST. all gone. One of the featuresof Unless Spain Should Bad Down SEALED ORDERS.WASHINGTON AND TOPICS OF THC '
Comptroller, W. H. Reynolds: WEEK.
.Treasurer J. B. WhltfMd. the evening was the auction April 13.- .

AttorneY Commissioner-Ueneral.of Agriculture Wm. Lamar., L.'B. !I Gleaned by Our Able Regular r.Correspondents.Hampton. .I I e ring 'of the delicious pound Completely.The The flying squadron sailed from Gathered From Our State Elchan es...,

Uombwel tt.) ,cakes' which were "made by the ,Hampton Roads at 2:20 o'clock
Senate and House Will Both Pass
Superintendent of Public Instructluii this
ladies. The afternoon A with
Who is pricesrealized to intercept the military company
the _
W. N. Sheats. only young man
: y ," SUPREME; COURT. ,in: Hampton? were extremely gratifying and Resolutions Declaring for Immediate Spanish warships and torpedo ei8ghtY:two enlisted men, has .
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Chief Justice, B.'F. Taylor. ,the-biddeng quite spirited, some Interrention. flotilla now on, their way to been organized recently at St.
Justices, Hilton H. Mubray, F. B
Mr. and :Mrs. A. C. Burden
Carter. I'[of them selling 'as high as American waters. Petersburg. ,
White Squadron Sails_ Under
COUNTY." and children visited relatives at
$2.25 and all pronounce Mr.,O. Sealed Orders.WASHINGTON The orders are.to intercept to of tomatoes
State Senator, A. Crosby. .. Waldo large shipments
P.Representatives Ward. L D. Wail!! and E. Sunday. J, Griffin a very good auctioneer n April 13.-It destroif they do not sur and beans areg going ,through '

Tax Collector.J. C. Byrd. :Miss Sadie Paterson, ,of to get such good prices. has been an: exciting day,_ and render. St. Augustine from the lower.

,, Treasnn-r.Tax Assessor E.,S.W.Matthews.J. Epperson.. Providence,. is visiting her I The -r turns received'by :the full of_ momentous events in The statement that the flying east coast, en route to eastern-

Werka.Shrr18 Clerk.. of Circuit Court, Col. W. F. friend Mrs.: Bessie Knight. committee wore very gratifying Congress. No day has":seen so squadron, under Commander markets. ,

S.B.Denmark. Elder Holbrook filled his and! they heartily thank all who much important business as ,Schley, would sail from. Hampton -
Consul General Lee
;, County Surveyor of,"R.Public F. Ensey.Superintendent Instruction regular appointment at the took part in making it such a was, brought before the two Roads was officially confirmed royally welcomed all.along, was the

: F. D. Shell Christian I success. houses Both committeeson at the department.
.... church Saturday and to-day., navy line he
as passed through
J. R. Richard.
County Judge, -
.' affairs of the two However, Secretary Long said .
Justice of the Peace for District Sunday. Snmpson'City.Mr. foreign State last Monday en route to
". No. 6, Geo. A. Gardiner. houses reported resolutions.The that he could not state thesquadron's
",,. CvuntyComtnis9toners.lu.1i!ireTmnhn.Dr Miss Queenie Beasley, one ofHampton's Raymond Prescott visit Washington.Six
""'. ;'E.A.Todd, M. N. BKnton.j '' tenor of both is taken to mission. It was
.J. 3:Cxe D. W. popular young ladies ed in Lake Butler last Sunday.
fs,, CI.'att. long range guns are being'
.. .. mean a war with Spain. The subsequently stated by navy
.. ''.1". CI-rY. has returned from a pleasant Mrs. W. T. Dryden is'visiting House passed the resolutions officials that the seuadron mounted, at the mouth of St.

w: ." Mayor Clerk.,George A.I.. von Gardiner.AssessorSV. Kirn.. trip to Waldo. I her daughter, Mrs. Powell_ 1, introduced by the majority'of would make a practice: cruise. Johns river to protect Jackson

Sweat. Mr. Sam F. Conner was the in Starke this week. its committee, and the Senate; It is known that the squadron ville. Other seaport towns in. '

-. Treasurer, E. P. Duncan. guest of Mr. and Mrs. M.-L.- debate which be sails under sealed orders and the State are also being fortified.
Marshal, J: P. Beuuet Mr.: Zenas Adkins and sister, began 'a may ,

Nlj-lit Aldermen Polic-, F R.N.Morgan Jon 8.o Edward ,Johns) of Starke, for-several t,Miss. Emma, were attending protracted and interesting.In that it is a war: demonstrationthere Despite the drought large

J. M. ruby, oS.,W. Hack-- days and reports a very enjoy church here Sunday. the early part-of the dayit is no question. quantity of beans and Irish .
ettaudJ. W. Hicks.
able time. seemed that there The statement in the outset
Several of our young men ; was a possibility potatoes are being shipped by

Church Directory.. Mesdames' O.. J. Griffin' and have hiding places selected in that unanimous action that the squadron goes to the truckers in Brownvill'
.
Presbyterian,J. A. Hughes, pastor. W. J. Griffin went to visit the case of war with Spain. might be had in both houses, intercept the Spanish flotilla is Good returns are received.,.

Services- every 1st, JJud Bud 5th Sun opening of Mrs. Clark's millinery but divisions, arising,over the, made, on excellent authority. especially beans. ".
Wednea'day
Prayerineetintf every Miss Liza is at home
'evening at 7 o'clock Sunday) store, formerly of Hampton Dryden form and words the resolution,, officials in have
City
school Sunday moaning at 9 after time Clean Clean.To Tampa
every again spending some Up, Keep
o'clock. but now of Waldo. could not be reconciled and' drawn their salaries in '
not
: over
with her sister in Starke.
the Floridian there is
Baptist, Rev. G. T. L 1ttuer, pastor. Messrs. Silas Johns, W. L. minority reports were pre-,i a i five months and miscellaneous
..'k Services every 2ud and 4th Sunday., Mrs. Henrietta Melvin of matter of more immediate
sented. The House resolution
,
; Prayermerting every 1 hursday evenIng Lochey, A.:, C. Durden, A. A. bills have been standing againstthe
at:7 o'cloc ,Sunday school every I Durden, Andrew Saxon' and 'Starke, is visiting her cousin, which was,passed; by a vote of vital importance than a possiblewar City for over two years that
o'clock.
tiunday morning at 1):3IJ : Miss Liza this is"as witfi Spain. We must not '
Brydeu, week. 322 to 19, follows :-
: :Mitchem went have been .
Methodist, Kev. J. A. Hendry, pas- on a pleasant not liquidated.The
'' tor. Servicei. every Suuday, morning trip to Gainesville Tuesday.Mr. The Messrs. Ekirbee, of Whereas, the government forget our sanitary precautionsfor
--'i and evening. Prayermt-etiug ev the coming,, summer. We Plant Line Steamers
Spain, for three
of
Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. Starke, spent Sunday: here at- years past,
and Mrs. J. C. Cason between Key-West and Havana
must clean and clean.
Sunday school' every Sunday: morning church and has been waging war on the up keep I
.at 9:30 o'clock. and son, J. Thomas and little, tending friends. visiting island of Cuba against a revolution There is 'a rush of refugees from I have been taken off, and the

Episcopal, Rev. F. R. lloleman Mae and Mrs. 0. Haynes wentto inhabitants Cuba, and each is a point of Steamship Miami has quit
clergyman in charge. Services:: every by the
Mr. and Mrs.\ B. J. Sapp and
2nd and 4th Suuday af tt>ruou at B3D New River Easter Sundayto thereof without making possible danger. In the present -i running between Miami and*_
:
any
o'clock. Sunday school every Sun witness the marl lge. of their several members ,their/family authoritieswill Nassau all on account of the.
our
day teruoou ai 2 o'(lck.'y 4 substantial progress towardsthe emergency
? : niece. Miss Arifosa Cason and attended the baptism and meeting war talk.
do what but
Christian, no pastor at present. h. suppression of said revolution they can,
re Sunday.
.Pray vrmeet at 7 ing o'clock.every Sunday: WtiluemiayTOing school report an enjoyable time. ', and has conducted the each of us is !interested in seeing C. Beck, of Sanford, who

very Sunday morning at 9:30 o'- Mrs. Addie A. Johns, of Elders King and Phillips, of warfare in a manner contraryto I that 'a national tragedy does went, to the Klondyke several!

clock. -' Portland, Maine, who hns'been Hampton and Theresa, passed the laws of nations by methods 'not involve us in ,many local months ago, is reported to h' ve

,Lodges. visiting, her son, Marion Johns, through from Sunday' evening New returning inhuman' and uncivilized, ones. > been killed by a snow slid --in

Stance Lodge No. 3K& of P. meets of Starke, was the guest of her River.A a meeting on causing the death by starvationof The exigenies of war involvethe he Chilkoot pass. 'Se"ernlo
Thursday 7 in.
"., '" ,every W. p.E. DUNCAN, C. C, daughter, Mrs. H. P. Wynn more than two hundred breach of our health regulations Floridans were with Beck,

55 J. R. DAVW, K. of R. and S.: 1 Tuesday. Mrs. Johns was accompanied party of young people,consIsting thousand innocent noncombatants at ;any time. Dr. i but the report did not mention

Bradford Lodge.No. 42, .F. A A.:M.,i by her daughter-in- of Messrs. J. M.\ Wol- the victims being for Porter cannot disinfect Consul : them at all.
meeting- every Thursday before,the I fenden, O. J. Milam and C.: B.
Mrs. Hattie Johns when he travels
law Miss Lee to
the most express
Srd Sunday 7 p. in.V. Elarbee and Mrs. 'Hinriettaelvin part helpless women It is rather early to estimate,
\ F. MALPIICBB, W. M. Meviam and Master Earl. Washington at the call of the
and children, inflicting intolerable -
W. N. MKACUAM. Sec. { and Misses Liza Dryden but from the tremendous bloom

May Lodge No. 10,1.0.0.F.. ,meets The event of the Lenten season ,and Emma' Adkins enjoyed. a injury to the commercial nation. The germ of disease the orange trees are putting on,

';:'Jo.;c' every Tuesday 7:30 p. in. i was culminated on Easter..Sunday ,sail Sunday afternoon. interests, of the United States, may find a lodgment among us, says a correspondent .it would
,, L. W. KICKLITER N. G.
.- ,W. N. Mir"ca u,)Sec.PROFESSIONAL : by the 'marriage of Miss Elder J. B. Crews filled his ,involving: the! destruction of but it .should secure no soil fit not be at all surprising if the

; .' Arifosa -Cason. and Mr. F. Col-l here the lives and property of manyof for its propagation. Let us shipments from Eustis next

DIRECTORY. son at the home of the bride'sparents appointment! on Friday ,our. 'citizens, entailing the take time by the forelock andso season should reach 5,000
and Snnd
T ti I land I Saturday nights -
1 I'! ,, Mr. and "Mrs. Sj B. I I II !; y, administering the ordinance expenditure of millions of cleanse Florida. that she: boxes, and perhaps more.,

.J L. OASKJNS,M.D., Cason, at IJew River. The'i' money in patrolling.our coast may not be swept by a scourge
A of baptism to two candidates A gang of shoplifters, six in
VpHYSICIil 1 AND SURGE,I. bride was bexutifully attired. in after which he and policing the high seas in -worse to. us locally than a number arrested
; preachedone was Saturday
cashmere trimmed with order to maintain our neutrality Spanish_war could possibly be.
.,. STARKE, FLA. cream of his entertaining s. sermons .at Fernandina by the: police.
Remember that the to
lace and ribbon and carrieda and and way
Office ftt Owlda's Drug Store. toa. large appreciative ;
three-men and three
....1 audience his fight fever is to ptevent'its They are
boquet of white roses. The subject being. Whereas, this long seriesof :
A L. SCOTT; M. D.. Name. women, all colored, who have
"The introduction. The loss- of our
groom *jas- dressed in.the losses, injuries,and burdensfor
been stealing from the different
.a 4PHYSICIiH,AND SURGEOH regulation, back. The presents There, will be an ice cream" ,which Spain is responsible good name now would be a dry goods stores there for the

STARKE, FLA. were numerous! and: _.haldsome.The festival at the hotel and a free has culminated in the.. destruction greivons one, an epidemic of week and have muJnt-
past ncc
Once at Oaskin's Drnx Store., ceremony was witnessed ,, dance at the union depot'on of the United States battleship fever this year would leave the '"
.
.':. bya large assembly of relatives I Saturday evening, April 16th. Maine in the harbor 'of seeds'of, dange .for the future. enough dry goods, umbrellas S
etc. to start small sized
a dry-
STEWART M.D., ,
..E.L. and friends. This entertainment to be Havana and in the death of Clean np.> Keep Clean.-

.S ..EYE, EAR HOSE AID THROAT. 1 The people of Hampton: and given for the benefit.one, four 260 of our"seamen"Resolved Times-Union and Citizen.. goods store.

,STARKE FLA. ; The Key West Herald! of
citizens Mr. etc. That thepresidentis -
vicinity were very pleasantly worthy J. T., ,
OOeo: at Starke Drug Co.T.TE entertained Thursday eveningby Perry, who, has been for a longtime hereby, authorized A writer in a ,magazine has Wednesday says:, "It may not _

:., POWELL. M D., .an ice cream festival and unable to. earn a support. ,id directed to- intervene .At made the prophecy that in 300 be generally" known, but it is

{ ....PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON... box'supper given by .t the ladiesof or buy necessary ,medicines.It once to 'stop the"war in,Cubato years from now .the world will nevertheless- true, that every
1 .is'hoped, the good people:iwill' vacant storehouse in lo'werpart
STARKE, FLA.. the Baptist church. The' the end with:the purpose of only know three, ,languages- the
patronize it. liberally'to aida, v
English Russian and Chinese. of the city has been rented
committee which was composedof securing permanent and
;
and citizen. place
needy
OnrWrtJ' yean experience in Diseasesaf- good -
4: -.. -Women and Drug Children.Company.Once'Starke Mrs. J. C. Cason, Mrs. order there, and establishingby The Englis language will be by the United States' government ;; .,

.... ..-, :>(.:;:::. Willis Griffin, Mrs. A. C.Durr1: A young man from Newberry: the free<< action of the people spoken all over North and to be utilized as a storkr : _

.. D1tJ.: 0.HAYNtt9". .. den and "Miss Cimmle Hicks deserve -i, passed through_ here today. who there, of stable and independent South ,America, in Australia, house. ,., in which' to store
.' .O DENTIST8TAEKE -. .. great -credit for'tleir-un-. wants. to join a: military company government of their l own in India, Africa, New Zealand and tons upon tons'Qf provisions,

',., '-- FLORIDA* *; tiring efforts in, 'making it such, that is organizing: for the island of Cnba ; and the the islands of Australia and the etc., that are daily arriving: in "
"
Ogee at residence on Routh StreeTeeth t. ""!" coast. .defenses. ,. and said 'company Pacific. The Russian tongue Key. West. .
extracturnalnlessly: by means: of local a, success. and .they wish to ( president hereby authorizedand '
i ."thtUcs.. XUJpad: *or dental work doa at is. to e. tationed in the will have conquered all Europe A meeting of the dAmocntJc16
reasonable chargerraoa. *.-'- heartjly thank Mrs. O. J. ,empowered to use the

q ...':.' .E.BCGQ, Griffin and. ./:.nt1Jt1Jers.for_, the interior. of the wa-nt State. enlistiibis Severalof i land and naval t forces, of the except Great Britain, and allAsia state executive committee ot:. :...

Jiindly- interest' they manifested his friends to in United States to -execute the except India., Chinese the'state of Florida will bV lwl"

"W Attraj and .Ceu sdllor at,liv*! iSTARKE and 'also.,tOK lr *. Maraee, Mrs company.' They have puposeof this resolution." will hold sway- over the rest of in the city of Jacksonville ou

;:.,FLA. f Ilasr J learned .that such u company the world. If present indications May 11 1898 for the
( Knight, |nnra"h"d,sl3ters was being organized somewhere Tua majority report of the :: purpose ,

I-55 "Ofiee. at.gesdeace-on Cherry Street. '- of the hiiSi'n -elmrcli: The in .this county. Your senate -committee,, now:, being go for anything it,is of preparing to issue a call fora

v +a EllS Y. entertainment ,was. given in the correspondent directed: torn .to debated, in the senate, is I j just possible that in 300 years: state 'convention and fixing :

l i.-.B.i'' crvn.ENG'COUNTYSURVEYOR.\ : : school house,and was very, Starke., "Look out f him. 'practically:' the.. same as the China :as a nation will have the time' and place f holding .
:: ,
.., .... . largely attended, and it was O.A.STOR..A.:: ." above f ,the 'only thange'being ceased to exist.KOTOBM such convention and for ,
transacting such,other butjinesa
.
1emth"- 1 Tab ltae AIIm Ei !*I ; -
prGiesiftxs sl Dr wig. Blue Printing.ttates : P-i-. well at the ladies had a goodly :; in. the verbage. It calls for for Frtt7Cist6 as brought to'th&atten..
may
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-worfctarulslei on Bpptfoati03se ,. ,
7: ', oa-Cuil street TFiti.C.L Fesfc. supply l of ice cream and t ,.. U1- ( the evacuation of.. Cuba. by .Guaranteed atr'Onj.ttcc4 tobacco D.1C taitt!. nt1'enw.Btttea.A1I.*! i'4Sei .L4 tion:of the' committee. -' -

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Florida Semi-Weekly Advocate. Spain's is a Bloody I History. rhe Original- aval.'tJrange. 'Bladder Troubles.'
,
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Tree.. ., ,
Spain's history is ,one trail, -', -, --- ---- ,- .
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PUBLISHED,TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS of PostDispatch W. E. Curtis in the Chicago The bladder was created for one 1

AT -, 5 N "' namely, a receptacle for
purpose,
says that "the Spanish Record, says: .
FLORIDA the urine and as such it is not liable C.ASTORIA
STARKE, ,
Inquisition, which began Over in the orangery at the
'to any form of disease except
about 1481 under IsaBella is
agricultural department
Queen -
Entered at the postofflce nt Starke Florida, 'of 'The first
by one two
.
as second ss mall,matter. stands the cruel the tree of }all the ways. t
most parent
t as way: is from imperfect action of For Infants and Children.

<6 A epoch since! the daystof Roman naval oranges in the United is
ONE DOLLAR YEAR. the kidneys. Thp second way
barbarities. The slightest pre- :States. Every' orchard of naval from earnings (local .treatment" of TThFk I The Kind, You Have

.' TEXAS R. HODGES. texts were construed into heresies t oranges .:in Florida: Louisiana, other disease

EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR and in the fimt: 'year of its t Colorado, Arizona and California SAMPLE SENT FREE. Always Bought

foundation, at Seville, 298 per, came from it. And the Unhealthy: 'urine from unhealthy l A1ll v

Advertising Kate. sons were burned alive, and 79 shipments of., this kind, of fruit kidneys is the chief cause of bladder slzn tin-{ '

Our advertising rates-will tw as reasonable condemned to perpetual im- from California alone have troubles. It corrects freqiu-ui theStuloandBo d' Bears the

paper.us consistent It Is the with purpose keeping of up the a publisher good news to prisonment.In .- reached 10,000 carloads a year. call:?,.'inability to hold urine and

Issue a clean attractive newspaper with onlyzilch the first 140 years of i s I This particular: tree, which, is scalding.or stiu ing paid in passing ..._...... ... SignatureAlways !

insure a that proportion all will be of seen advertisements'as and read, and none will sway it depopulated the country still bearing, came from Bahia, 'it, or bad etffcta! following"ot \! ", Promotes esUoaChteiFulnwsandRsstContflins Ib? :

burled behind a mass of others. Bates will liquor) wine or beer, and overcomes : neither of I IOpnu
extermination and ban- Brazilbut it issald robe native
by a
be uniform and will be made known on appli that unpleasant necessity .lrIorpt>lne nor Mineral. 'I t

cation. .. ishment of more than 3,000,000 of Southern China. William of bein* cam P eked to get up NmcoTIC. ,i

people. In the eighteen yearsof Saunders, the horticulturist of many: tunes" during the night t;> ---.r.-- i

The hard man, to play poker Torquemada's sway in the the department having heard urinate. The mild and extraordinary otvtraraairx.J I iI
sffect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-
with isn't the one who can look 1 J.Qr !
alone vic that had seedless Js
Inquisition 114,000 they a nrangPin Root is soon realized. It stands w'..

sad with, a full house, but the tims succumbed to its'cruelties, Brazil.,*. sent down for a plant. the" highest for its wonderful cures I
one who can look glad with of the most distressing cases. Jf The
not less than 11,000 being When it came it was carefully r1aiatrL:
you net a medicine you should ism iiftid -
ace high. burned alive at the stake and nurtured and with surprising '
I grew have the best. At drug ith 50sts .ip.rtrre- ,

There would be less troubleif 97,000 being condemned to perpetual vigor. The second and $1. You may have a sample b Kin d
; and when Mr. Saunders bottle and p-tmphlet: ) both sent Apofcct: Remedy for Constipa
to
imprisonment was
year, ,
mothers knew as much about free l" mail up-ui rt-ceigt three2ceui. lion.Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea
the most, maddening tortures. on his way to the agricultural y.. of Worms Convulsions.Fe venshncss -
..their husbands' daughters as stamps to cover cost You Have
SLEEP.
they think they do about theirdaughters' Under the rule of Charles V department one morning ha postage on the bottle. 31 'ntit tlI: undLoss.. OF ,

of Spain the record of Spanish picked up in the gutter hack of the Florida SMiii-Weekly Advocateand Tac Simile Signature of

husbands. barbarities in the,N Netherlands the, wholesale fruit market, on send. your address Dr, Kil- 1Z41/ ;; nhicrht
mer & Qo.. Binghampton, N Y. .
The'longest word in the Eng- is a blot of blood on history.The Louisiana avenue, a pocketfulof 1 The proprietor of this p-ipcr( gunr- NEW YORK.

lish language is '"Proantitran first characteristic act of ordinary decayed oranges. nntees thH ge 1 inHIlPss(If this o11'.r.

substantiationist," a jointed his rule: was to plant the Inquisition He carried them to his room, Special Notice. CASTO RIA

"word of 28 letters. "TransuhI I in the Netherlands, extracted the sheds and planted The office of the FLORIDA: SEMIWEEKLY '

stantiationableness" is the next I and, under this more than 50- them in the hothouse. They ADVOCATE is now pquipp" DUCT COPT Of VSAPPE8

... ,.....,. .
.
000 persons suffered either produced a bunch of thrifty for first-clasa job printing as n ,. +- THE C' .C 00... ...HSWTOHK. ..CITT.JTOR
longest. ".-
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.L : "':::::'::!40"- .- : :..., ,-, ,: ::.: : ,: : : '
___ r burning at the stake, beheading little plnnts, upon which he has never been before. We h;.\>

Sanibal Island, situated in' torture, or, in the case of grafted buds from the Braziliantree added to its equipment in this department -

the Gulf of Mexico, between i women, Jmrial alive. and afterwards sent themto i new presses, new type,,

Punta Itassa and Key West, On February 18, 15G8, Philip friends in California and and a line of stationary suitable -

was unknown. three} years through the holy office, issuedan Florida who were engaged" in to print any anything kind of required work., and We guarantee can-. FIRST-CLASS JOB PRINTING

ago. It ism now shipping' edict condemning to death the orange business. Mr. to turn out work that will
BRING your WOKK TO THE OF THE
FFICE
the Plant steamer a thousand ill the inhabitants} of the Neth- Saunders thinks that the;quality I please the most fae.idit.usand

crates" of tomatoes; squash, i, erlands. Millions of peoplewere of the naval orange is deteriorating -! critical elsewhere of for patrons.: your work Don't, but send give FLORIDA JJI: SEMI-WEEKLY )S ADVOCATE

'ect. and the se.1son's'ontput and that there
daily
sentenced to death at1 pne are us an opportunity show yon
is to reach better grades of fruit.Ex.A .. -
expected time. In squads of hundreds what .we can givo you in qualityand

[ 100,000 crates. The island is the victims were hurried to the prices. -- WE } RINT--:
Farmt'r's Dream. '. .
fifteen miles long and one mile stake and the gallows. And .to The largest Geyser in the
and a half wide.-Ex. 'An exchange tells a story of a CARDS e 'fAGS
prevent their crying out upon world is the Excelsior Geyser .
farmer who dreamed he had CHECKS
LABELS
,
.' the people their tongues were in Yellowstone Park. Its ,
"llOtnrticle"
Texas editors are the : TICKETS
sold 1,800 bushels of wheat to BLANKS
,
burned out beforehand. basin is 200 feet across and 330
.
in handling a six- that different A ENVELOPES, i CIR CUL \RS. ,
riot In its conquest of Mexico many persons. ; feet deep. This basin is full BILL I ,
shooter. Ill :an: election at HEADS. STATEMENTS
few months and theman's ,
passed of boiling watter from which
and Peru the inbred Spanish ,
5th instant NOTE HEADS
33ro\vnsville the i LETTER
on HEADS
nature again wallowed through bank account ran low forhe clouds of steam are constantly] 1

... Carlos Guillen, editor of the blood to the destruction of an sold many bushels on, time. ascending.' At long intervals ETC., ETC. ETC.

-J', paper at the above named. place, invaded people. Cortes, moving 1 He did not have time to see water is spouted into the air to '
after ]height of from 50 to 300 WE, MENTION THE IMPORTANT
being wounded himself, with his force of 5,000 and each man individually; so he 3 v J

jumped on a horse at the same: odd adventurers, mowed down posted up publicly a notice for feet. REQUISITESTO /Skilled Printers '
all who him
opposed
time firing upon and killing the To Core Constipation forever.
In the conquest of Cuba the all men who owed him to come Take Cas<::nets Candy Cathartic. lOc or 23c. Good Paper '
,
-- jailor and constable of the If C. C.C.fail: to cure,druggists' refund money :
found and A few respondedbut
Spanish no opposition.But pay. "
'
:town. He was finally arrested l daca tour Uowel With Catr.t&. 4 Presses -, ';.
in it havestruggled ,
holding they the rest said : "Mine is onlya Candy Cathartic cure constipation forever. 4 GOOD WORK: : ; .,
:". ;and locked up in jail, but was l harder than for all small matter and I will go lOe.25c. It C.C.C.fail.--druntlftta- refund money.-. Type .. ,

afterward taken out by: a mob p I the other western ]possessions "
and pay it one of these days, 60 YEARS
and killed. wrested from the Castilian EXPERIENCE And
: crown. As it is the last possession forgetting that though each account .

.r. Nearly 80,000,000 pounds of of the dreaded mon- was small}, when. all were '- Ink.

tea have been imported into archy in this quarter of the put together they ment a largesum

'" the United States within 'thp globe, it will hang to'it to the to the man. He stood it 335 WE HAVE ALL THESE &S&:

end.-Gainesville Sun.
past ten months:!, and at wholesale as long as he could, and when TRADE MARKS We Solicit a Trial Order. Satisfaction Gnaranteed. \

' prices it had an average of SIO Reward $IOJ>. he found himself] starving to DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS Ac. Office in Postoffice Building. Call and See Us

.. but thirteen cents per pound, :' The readers of this paper will be death he rolled and tossed until quickly Invention Anyone ascertain sending is probably our a sketch patentable.opinion and free description;Commnnlea.whether rosy:aa .. -,

while the retailer itQver' he fell out of bed and awoke to Uons strictly confidential. Handbook Patents
passed pleased to learn that there i is( ai lent free. Oldest agency for lecnrlncMtenu.Patents .
taken through Munn A Co. receive DO YOU WRITE t
the counters at from 25 to 40 least one dreaded disease that find he had only been dreamingand lyteitU notte.without charge in the

: cents per pound. All the science has been able to cure in all had not sold his wheat. Scientific American.. IF SO WRITE RIGHT.

Southern States from the latitude its stages, and that is catarrh. The next day he went to the rotation A handsomely of anr illustrated identlfle lonrnal.weekly. Lamst Terms.I dr.)a ,.

of North Carolina ,,lie 3' Hall's Catarrh Cure is the onlypositive publisher of his paperand said : rear; four months,II. Bold I by:New bewsdeaim. \
03618rostMy or ''
.West can raise tea readily cure known to the medical "Here, sir, is ,the pay for my ,Branch Offlce.65 F Bt.WaiUagtoo IX C. t'ttt+
Catarrh .,-..,- -................ -- ..-
fraternity. being n and when next .ear'li .
and in abundance : and why we paper '
constitutional disease, requires a The! BIGGEST OFFER YE'i i io '
"'do not raise it in sufficient substription is due, you can
constitutional treatment. ttall't? ."...' o o
\,, >.,'. quantity to supply our own depend upon me promptly.
Catarrh Cure is taken internally, THE FLORIDA WREKLY. AMMiT.,.
I stood in --------
needs as a nation, is something I the position of nn .
acting directly upon the blood and AND
'. that no fellow can find out: editor last night and know howit
mucus surfaces of this system, THE TWICE-A-WEEK 4 .
thereby destroying the foundation is to have one's honestly ...'.
It is not an uncommon thing earned scattered alloverthe DETROIT FREE PRESS .
of the disease, and giving the patient money .
,.. .,. .in France to see a farmer-40, or strength by building up.the I country in small accounts." BOTH PAPERS ONE YEAR
,
'". 50 miles from home in wet constitution and assisting naturein FOR ONLY $1.00.
doing its work. The proprietors Remarkable Rescue. :I am Sub-Agent ior jbruuiord: and Sur- ,
weather. with a heavy load. If THE TWICE-A-NEEK DETROIT fREE PRESS need noiniruduciiua.
have so much faith iits curative lea many br-ecial articles by -
he sees a prospect of a three powers, that they offer One Mrs, Michael Curtain, Plain- noted writers bare giver it a wOridw1derepu- rounding Counties for this Cele-
tation. In short. U Is ODe of the cleanest
e Hundred Dollars for that j field, Ill., makes'the statement brightest and ben papers published. No
(l Js' rain, he puts his tarpaulin any case pains or will be spared In keeping brated,T. ypewritei.Can .
his load it fails to cure. Send for list of I that she caught cold, which settledon ita present high standard. pp
over a cover over_ Remember,' that by "taldtig '\
adrantage of
testimonials. Address, her lungs; she was treated fora thin combination you ret 52 copies or Tut ( t I Sell You One 7 T. R. HODGES '
]his horses and a waterproofcoat F. J. CHENEY & Co.., Toledo, O. FLORIDA WKRKLT ADVOCATE and 104 copies I ,
month by her of THE Faint PRESS 155 for
family! only'
physician, papers 1.00.
:1'- :
on and startaoffto\ market. Sold hy druggists, 75,cts.Hall's SUB-AGENT. -:
,j : Pills the best.. but grew worse. He told her she ,
Family
.,. "Jema) go 50 miles before he are, was a hopeless victim .of A 500-PAGE BOOK FREE,

,:r, finds a market that suits him, consumption THE FREE PRESS t
There thousand and that
are ninety no IlPdicille.could!
I f: or. lie mav know in advance' babies born in the city of New euro'her. Her druggist suggestedDr. I. in nil Year, Book and almanac for 1898.COHFECT 1tEETINQ WITH DESTINY,
,.":- list where he is You : tCKCI E. CCKPETC. i No man can tell when it will G
] going. King's New forConsumption $
York every :y ear., They numher Discovery come along Often it start
.,,', ):' (dim cot often see anybody OVER 20,000 COPIES OF 1897 wp before us in unexpected 34.
she I o
bought
; a bottle
two hundred and fifty a BOOK, WERE SOLD AT 25 Ii times and places. e %
Even an 1
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'. : !driving 50 miles. through rainstorm day, or one, each, six minutes. !and to her delight found herself ,CENTS EACH.An i afternoon stroll' with a friend and a chance l' :
in the United States bN fitted from accurate and superiorCookor Reference introduction may shape all the cOurse of s
to first
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Take them out together for an that tells you aU you want toknow., There one's after life. To be always,at best '
rind market fora':'' ]load of continued its and after will Dot be a useless' pare in it. A Practical and not ashamed of your
a hay, use taking Educator and Hand Book of Encyclopedic lnfoination y ur destiny yon most
and the of
airing, row baby .
: on subjects Statistical. OmciaL.Historical. 4rea like a tnurcentiemsun
'; '. but it is not at all uncommon carriages would -extend up theHudson six bottles, found herself sound .Political and AKricultufeUUkewkc be done by ordering your Salts Overcoats This can of ,
a Book of Religious Fact and general Practical
.

Xto',see '(:1rmers".wagon6 40 or 50 to Albany, one hundred and well ; now- does her own Home Directions and Farm.A ,on. every-day affairs of Offlc. .. M. BORN fc GO.

_:.,-miles from home in Franc and, fifty miles. housework, and is as well as eho copy of this book win be sent to aQ subscribing ,
ev"er was. Free trial bottles oi immediately and sending 15 cents ad The Great Chicato Merchant Tailors ,
..... I ditional for malting
choose the wet weather expenses making 51.15 LJ
They Vb.
this Great all. The book will be an UDriVaUe4 Mauten
B autjr fa Blood Deep Discovery at J. L. Gas- published nbout December of
-for that purPjose.. Their roads Clean blood! meant a clean skin. No kins' Drug Store. Large bottles to all 25.taking.1397. advantage Copies of the of this book offer.will be as soon sent tha Tailoring: Art .. { :'.
beauty trf hoot it. tnse rots,Candy Cathartic after above date as possible.Do SCOIPEW
: 50 cents nnd $1.00 Pattm1s.PiD tMaterial.Perfect IS! ; '
Tare just as good then as at any clean your blood! and keen it clean by not delay but take advantage of this re Fit.New Stock. Latest Styles. Best
l Workmanship.
stirring up the lazy liver and driving all impurities markable nl offer which we roskefuralimited
tithe Thrifty Prices. I
from the body., Begin t.J o..a.S 1:1: 0 RI: A... time only by rpecial arrangements f
to-lsy
I. with the pi iWSers. Remember we rend both A Cheery OUan.nt.. With
: : that un, c3' i MU A:.t.lotl'h"ttl ...-c d. .a. Bean! IDe 1s w yg fuss 1.h:3'S; B ttP.r.attn papers' s fo2 year for t.W..and you caa have c.u.w AlL
:iO-'J.Dac for"Fifty Cnt. and 6 cklr i.o.i co plexlon.by taiicg! a copy of the book by s.flr.g15; cents additional. .
Oon.O\ed t.cco; ba.Ltt e'CTe.melees Rraar Caecarety-beauty' for: ten cent*. AH drug- d AddreFLClRD .'S, r :
attotyr.WQOlA"Pure. _cult;$l. AM3n:' au stsrrtisfsc: .. ",:.,ti", Jjpnr.t'M... : We,2S .,,.e\-,\ of- ; ( J: & ,A : ;: '" nIlLT'AJ1"I"ICjn.Sk2.-kc:: F'C. VV, :ESO3S .:rEJSY *. ._ --"..

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:There"are few who CANDY "

i .4.. .. /' have people to think FLORIDA CENTRAL 1 PENINSULAR R. R. :

.Y.. what ever stopped them'er CATHARTIC F. C. IP.: : SHORTLIHE" ; : .
r' a large figure -, '
Hew Florida Air Line and Trunk Line." .
age barnhllL pullet, cuts ,111 a NORTH EAST WEST and Northern Florida ,

I commercial;iva)' an this coun- TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JAN 23,1833. ::

I try. The Rural New Yorker DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF TRAINS 3-. I 44.. 31 .
Si. f 38 3} I'>S A4i1 ST } 33

I produced the following fig r' CURE CONSTIPATION zSun Dally Da1IyJDaUy_Dally__ Daily KOKTHEBK FOISTS.SOOpjLv Daily San D..t. .}.'SI1I,5 Dxhl.L.Dsi1).;: s..

I ures .to show th t the American STARKE FLA. 1210ptlOp 4 OOp ., 815a ..... .,, Jacksonville...Ar840pLv UOp PI3 ...... :J 'f",' IH" ... ....
443p520p ...... 855a ....... ....... Ynlee... ...Ar. ._.... 5344 ......, 8 5 4 tt I ..". ;
hen: has rights that are lOc NO. 10 daily leaves 2:18 p. m, for all ..... ...... 1130'.n.. 9 15piAr' .... Fernandina... Lv. ...... SOt.J_ .... 7.SIV.7304..... *
'. 4 ALL points North and. West, connecting- at Jacksonville 6 40p .:.... lOSaa .......10 Up ." .......>'veett..Ar.1109a Gala ;..... 615P! 6"' ..... .'
bound : to be respected by S15p357p 750p ............. ....'j. ....rnnswiek.Lv 54: ...... S 41J.I.! .....
2Sc SOc DRUGGISTS with through sleeper for New York; 349 8 Up .,... 12 iir ...... l2I3a ......Savannah.... 932a: 61 ..... ... : !...... .,V
every citizen who Eras the Cincinnati all intermediate points. ...... //)00p1218 ......lt2O:1L./.Savall.nhh.<.....Ar 9 24 a 500u OSOaa: i35r:..;.. :'t... .,r.
for ...... ...... 8S3p 2 .. ...20aAr....Fairfax. S.C....Ly ... .. 3t1Ca 30.4bOr. .% {t .. ...... ,,
.. leave 5:12 a. m. dally same ? '"
welfare of his counrtry :at ----.."- '__-'.._. _____...._. ..._c- NO. 14 ...... ...... lOOOp :4:: ...?.. 250a .* ..,Denmark.S.. ..... :08 13)V7lft <..;..;. ..!... "
points named above;carrying through sleeper ........ ...... ....... 35p .....1041a -.. ......'rasta.aj> .... .. .... .. ...... ..... 501. ...... ...... _.
heart: A. A. JOIfNS.t1IJ .- Tampa and intermediate points to New York. 7S9pzora ..... ... 4 1820p..... 445a ,..Columbia.S... 530. 12$7J...... ln: ...... ......
J connecting,at Jacksonville with ..trains from .....: ...... .: ...... .....1125s "Span anbur*. S.C., ...... 530. .. .. ...... ...... ...... .
"There are, in round. numbers ...... ....,. ...... ...... 145p t. .Aahevllle.NC... .... :2051(;j ...... .. ..... ........ .t
.. -r-STARKE, FLAD Macon*Atlanta, Chattanooga and all points .11ts ..... ...... ...,. 913u .. ..Charlotte.N... 4 00ft It OOp24Ta .... e ws: ...
:: ..375,000,000, chickens north and west; also 'wlth trams' for west I 1242u.: ...... ..... 113d ......1047a ..SaliaburyN.C... .' 891) ...... sr .. .... ,
Tex- ...... .....,.104.. ......121 "Greensboro N,C.. .. Sou 13 7 p...... *.,.
New
Pensacola Orleans
Florida Mobile :
and* '40,000,000 other fowls ,. ........... 12 Wp ,,,,,, ISOp ....Dan vine.va.:.. .. lOa 9'20p: ...... 50" ..... .
319 1; iD StaJle) and Fancy Groceries ax.Mexico and California points. :.... 600.1 ...... 025p ".....Richmond... .. t2OOo.U0.; ..,. .,.,. ...........
such as geese, ducks and aussfa ,NO. 13 leaves 11:59 p. m. ''with connectionfrom 4.9..i&. 8* ...:.. S40p .* :"Lynchlmrtr... ioso'p 4 Oop) .. .... 340. ...... ...... ., '
uuaa all points and divisions. Through sleeper. 64i. ...... ...... 335* .::... 530p ** .Chariottesville?" 855. 227p ., 136:, ... .. ....., .... -,
turkeys, jn the United States.It 9 ...... 64r ...... 95'... ..Wa.hinaton..6t i&u72UU .. .,. .OCu92UI ..... ...... .
Country Produce, Ftc. from New York. 1105*. 800a ,. ...I12.1p .......B:1 timore.. .. 5 OOp 910. .... .. .... ...... _
is $50,000,000 more than N O- 9 leaves 10-.58a.rn. with through fleepei 118p ............. 101344 ...... 256a ." ....PhU de.phla.... 236p! .. ISI."'" ......
connections from all points north_ west and 353pMOOp ...... ...... 1243p900p........ 1S23a ......NewYork.... ." I2Hipl21iii' .....
the value of the wheat crop. When in want of Good Goods Reasonable. Prices give me.a all points in the state. ... ?.. ...... SOOpf- "'... ... Boston.._... I'!onn 51 Op .... 4C..

It is $25,000,000 more than r Call. I will make it to your advantage. For the best map of the state, sleeper INl.:1SNAT-JACKSOS\"lLLr: : : i!:s N"s& 13 No. 9 MOL'TH: ANI AKD NEW WkSTFLORIDA : 7fi145A1e N.....', Noa '
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the value of the beef products other Information call on or write to Mucuo. Atlanta, Daily Daily120a OR1.KANS. !tail lwJlr
:
"C ._._____ .. D.GREEN Agent, Chattanooga: '. Cin- ..: ,.'-.----)
of the country. It is seven Starke Fla. o 4 cinnati.x Chicago: .3 '" ... .. 800a Ly..Fe.tnandlu..Ar i.j.! I 520p
I. Toledo; Detroit. ... 9lla940p Lv.. .. Callahan; ....Ar ..... 406p
times the value of all the N s't'ABLs"r: eeg- 0 N, S. Pennington. T.M. o, d Cleveland. Louisville .., Z n 921035p' Lv.. Jacksonville .Ar 13&1a 33ipSU
w A. .O. Jr! cDonell. O. P. A. :d .and St.LouFs. 96.1159pl058a. Ar... Ualowlu..Lv C43a >p
wool products of the countryin Fla. ..,....Starke.. ...- 512:: :c 18p'
Jacksonville v. 1233a1I5a ..... Waldo... .' 433a ta5p
R. W. DIXON & SO ..' 815 OOv, v..Jacksunvule..Ar. 8003
and four times the ..... ." ....
a year, 1029a 1014 Ar.... .Everett Lv. 630a 630p '''''' Ii20P Gainesville... 1:5Up
a 440p745p 300a ........Macon;..... 1103 830a525a ... .'j t)3Op ... ...CedarKey..." ...... 900.
total value of sheep in 0tL. .. .....Atlanta..Ar.105.i') lz 13a ....Hawthorne.." 346n lOOp
every w. .. GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,i tt The A. S R. & G. R.. R. .. 530aLv 5Ja: .......Atlanta..... .. 040p6I5p 5\t.1Io\ 2 04a: 12 4tip2K .. ..... Citra.......* 304. IHt\p
the United States: The hens .,NrA ...... 1150.1 .cbattanooga... !'. .UOOp .....! 115p :'..Silver SprtnKS.." ....I12M1
!. : h..... .. (
.... 730p| t ...Cincinnati. 3301 IlSOa a 134p OcaU. : IIj"U4.
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produce more than three 190 and 190 Duane St., New York. 1 1w p. llOil1' _?,. ....WUdwnod.... 1'IOatulkta.:
and of Trains ASHEVILLE ROUTE. ...." '
Departure Arrlfal 53aI251:1Leesburg. i132p'10i6a
much* all c... C Jacksonville. ...... ......
times as: \gealili as Pullman Sleeper between Clcclacinnatl 8 lt>" 3 24p .. .Tavares IOAp1,1i! 0a
and Chicago. 9 lOa 4 i 50p ... .Orlando ....." II 13P,''8 Stia
the silver mine and their SouthernEr, s'i e getables a Specialty. S STARKE FLORIDA. 800pmLv.......JackMoaviUe......, Art 9 10am.Arj 3 43p 517p .'.*... Winter Park ..,-"* n'sio'' 74C"
; 5 la 3 St. Catbm-ine. : l003a.
frU 1213am LT..... .... Savannah........ 500am1247am 14p .
outputcould Ifu"'Ythe ?g ov- Ire .1fal a Specialty of f Strawberries and Peathell !-I:I NO- 1 dally, leaves 7 a.m.' for LaCrosse. 4i5amAr.. .. ......Columbia ....'.. Lv' 5S3a70ia!533. 3 3'p '*.....Lacoochee.Dade .. "* ItCSp 947 931
City. IU44
ernment's pensions and have m Throughout tile Entire .Ieur. DC Brinkley and intermediate points. This_ train 1125am Ar...... Spartanbur..+....LV 5 S P 4 37p PI"..."...Plan'Clty..".." 92lp H 43a* I
..
:= m connects with 'the G. S. &F. at Sampson 14SpmAr..llendersonville..Lv...... 300pm205pm 810a 5 ) ,,....T"mp\ .. BlOpi HCX.No.22 ..
enough left over to buy the : RF.FF.R xcE.-Irvi1Jg National Bank, i'W Yorkand! Commerr- Junction Palatka. Macon and intermediate 52pm H5pmAr..A"bville Ar.72Upm .......Hot Springs.. ..,.....Lv.Lv.Lv 1 i6am N o. : WJ TEKNDIVISN ipso. It
annual of American a: dial 4gene1e ... points. Ar740am ........Knoxville: .....,!. ... 825am1015pm DaIlYD.1ny! .1_AND 5KW UUI.KAK8.: '!Daily f[
output I"C;; :\ Ar.. ......Leiingion......... I455a I I-----
Ex.Skin (f) w :t'E: For 'ST CJL. GTr aPS. Iit'c.: NO- S Satur .'1 and Sundays only. Leaves Ar..?.......Cincinnati....:.-.Lv 1311"." 515p! 925a: Lv.. Jacksonville.: Ai: 752p I
gold. 5:34 p.m. for LaCrosse, Brinkly and intermediate 830amLv545pm- ......... ouupu.. .105Op.1Is3Ar..LakeC1fy..L\.. !,).......
... !......
points,connecting at Sampson Junction' Ar830amLv......... "i'1 9uCam 1235pll213p 2: <.mo.1... I ". ..LIve..Dfadiwrs..N Oak.3 4,Hip.Ip ...... ',
for Palatka Macon and Intermediate points.. .1"n..... .... .....
; 3
-, 4 23op u01y.
: : ,... .....Cincianati.... ...Ar 635pm! ... .. ." | ......
NO 5. second class. Leaves tarke. 4:00: a.m- 6iiOa\ 330p: .Tallaha+ee. s 13 S7SOu!
/
Diseases.For c.E EL: 'S F. 600pmAr..........Chicago........ Lv 830a 85J.: iUp:: .*......Quincy. .._" I I I )ttv' .....
7 for LaCrosse.. Brtnkley and intermediate
Monon Route "- "..River Junction." i2 .....
points. This train i U daily except Sunday. 900amlLv......... inClDnat ...... ..Art 600pm.LVjlOOOam. ... ...i11oop, ....Peaj-acola .-.- I Sl'VI.!...... .
the speedy and permanent cure of Lawlcy Fla. NOi: 2- arrives at Starke 12:10: p. m.dally.NO : !SOOp Ar.,... ....Chicago........;. ...... 30JU: ."......MobUe...... ::'U fl! ..
tetter, salt rheum and eczema Cham- 4. arrives at Starke at 9:30 p. m. Satur. Pennsylvania. ...... 140. ..New Orleans. ." .II'74'-pr..rr....:

'berlain's :Eye and Skin Ointment is days, and Sundays only. KANSAS CITY, JACKSONVILLE,
without an equal It relieves the itch NO-C.:second class arrives at Starke.5309. Through Car Line. ST. LOUIS. LOUISVILLE. JACKSOX-
ing and smarting almost instantly and LIVERY AND FEED STABLES. o.3 No.23 VI Lt. THKOCOII SLEET' 1L \
m.. 'Dall,except Sunday.
... .... .
its continued !HAJpw'Lv.'' .JI1.: 'lu i.1C... S3ixw
nse effects a permanentcure. GEO. TOMPSETT.Gen.' Supt. 8 00pm Lv. .... Jacksonville... ... Ar. Sftfiam630ain 10 14pm300ara Ar..........Kveretl.... ... ..-.Lv, 6ttm
It also cures Itch barber's itch Starke, Fla. 1014pm .' .........Everett..........Lv. .. ...... IDs
scald head sore nipples itching piles Finest Turnouts in the ARTHUR MEI3S,Gen.Mgr. 530am .. .........Atlanta....... ... ..,. 1055p 52&Jam" .......Atiantit .. .... .. '..WSipta .
chapped hands chronic core and City Jacksonville Fla. 1145am "'.......UlrmlnKbam....,. 415pm630am! tii! pm ........Chattacoogoi...... 61"11a
eyes 930pm it ... ......Memphis ...... .. :500pm .........Lexington ... ... 'J ro..N
granulated lids. 1000am ........Springfield! ....... 6 15pm1040am 73: )pm .. .....Louh>vI:1e..S'h... 7flaIAf
rufinerS Teams on Short Notice. Draying Specialty GAINESVILLE & GULF RAILROAD CO. 3."pm .. ........'.K;:.nsac Clty. ..... .. 712um: .......St. Louis.. ...... 915.. '
Dr. Cadj'g i
Condition Ponders for
\ *This train will commence running Wednesday.January 19th. / /
horses are the best tonic-blood purifier TIME CARD NO.25.
) '
and Prompt attention given to ;all. .orders.. SLEEPING CAR SCRVICE.'Nos. .
vermifuge. Price, 25 cenW. Soldby In effect on and after Nov.;7. I 31 and 32. NEW YORt aad KUIUi. LUIirKDJackKonrille V : r1ilULE. between:: New York
......_ .. and St Augustine.
]lo. No
------ ----- -- No.1. No.3 4
Nos.35 and 36 Fast Mall Sleepers between New York and JacfcsoavUl-j.: and tb*.CI'els
latest Dally ex.Daily. STATIONS. Dally ex. Dally.Sunday natl, via Abbeville.
The discovery by Messrs. Schroeder Bohn, THE Sleeper
: Sunday.Lv. Nos. 37 and 38 carry through Sleepers between Jacksonville and N wO'I k In connection
Sheriff Spencer in his Six am. Lv. pm. Ar. am. Ar.pm. with 8 and 13 and:5 and 10( with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tamp. .
dealor of
tobacco New York 720:! 300 t..Gainesville..1100 700 No.35 carries the Cincinnati and Florists Limited with the Tampa: ,Cincinnati St.LouLt and
Mile creek quarry i is a glass NEW} YORK WORLD 727 310f..Minnleji111..-. 1058>> 653 Kansas City Sleepers. These are brought to Juek.sonvllie by No 33. '
City, have: completed1 shading 7 3D\ 315 t..Cannon's zing.. 1055 650 Non 1 and 2 carry the J ack onvllle and New Orleans Sleeper.
bottle. It came from beneath 733 3 2G I.. ,.Rocky Point.. 1060 845 I tDaily except Sunday. 'Dally except Saturday and Sunday. This train does not rva!
three hundred acres of land in 750 33 r.... Wacahoota. 1040 630 Monday. Sunday and Monday only. :Connections Tampa for St. Petersburg Manatee
twelve feet of tolerably) solid 800 S:5t..Flewellena..1030 620 River and Key West and Havana steamers Steamer ",Manatee', for all points on Macatc-o
THRIOE-A-WEEK EDITION. 805 350 t......Clyatt'a .... lOt:! 6 15 river. At Starke for LaCrosse. At Waldo steamer for Melroe. Count eta: at Tailaeatnee
rock and of course was shat- Gadsden county for'the ,.purpose 810 355 .... .Kirk wood.. .. 10 ia\ a 10 for Carrabelte. St. Marks, and Apalachacola.. Connects at River Junction for Ctatiabooohn
i 815 4 00 t..... Elmore...... 10 05 6 05 River steamers. Connects at Ocaia for liomosassa. Connects at Peruaadiaa for Cumberland -
tered. Brit it has been measurably of raising a superior 817 405t.Tacoma..IOOO 600 Route Steamer to the Islands and Brunsw ick.
18 Pages a Week 820 41O f...,. TlIoylor's......, 955 555 All baggage will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city ticket
put together again and grade of tobacco to that raisedon 8.i 15t..Mlcanopy .... 950 550 Office 202 Hogan Street. as well as at the Union Depot ticket office.
835 425f..Tvwcawilla. ltO 54
: R. W. CAMPBELL, Paik-enger: "g UI. J. E. M \HSUALL
it is t a curiosity. Evidenceuiits7ithgeand open land. The process 156 Papers Year 813 837 430 435t..Hlckman t.Lake Simonton"..... 930 935 &ti 40 35 Ticket Aget: 202 U -t Bay Sf., corner Hogan, Ja- hsonville, FIsi. -

( : : that it was made! is expensive and tedious. 847 .4 40 t....Southstde .... 9 2S 530 WALTER G. CGLEMAN, General rraveltnK Au tir, Jacksouville.. .
852 4 45 t..Dunirarvan; .. 926( 5 25 A. O. MncDONNELL, Geu. Pa !t. Agent. '
when the art of making glassware Telegraph wire is stretched FORONEDOLLAK.Published 903 SOOt..lrYine..1I10 .515
.... ..Fort Drane... .. .
was in its infancy is across a field, ;3 1-2 feet apart Ar.am Arpin. stations Lv.im.. Lv.pm.
t.-telegraph '
found in its shape and varying and 7 feet from the ground; every Alternate Day except Sunday. f.-flag. I ktalloa.s.J. F. HUNCH Gen.Pass. A tent.

thickness:"nit .looks as though then laths are laid uponthen The Thrice-a-Week Edition V.J. HERLONG. Gen.Man. SouthernR-

it hail'' heels made by lih ifid. the distance of one lath from of.THE NKW YORK WORLD i ia. J. F P' McMTJERY all-1 "

The most expert noses in the each other; then' 'a, smallei first among all "weekly" pa DEALERIN way. .

"cityhave-been unable to .detccfcanyr wire'is run-nn-tn Mind fastened pers in size, frequency of pub- 1B8 l'TELY THE SHORTEST ROOTE.CTBOTJOH .

odor hanging about around each lath. lication, _and the freshness, FANCY GROCERIES .... "

/h. "The. general supposition i iccuracy and variety of its .- : PUUaiA DBATTIKa ROOM CABS. DC&NO CLI 9. J;

,pf those, who have seen it is Dncklcii'8- Arnica-Salve.. ontents.; It has all the merits ..._ -I KEfcP .;_ 'raoB0110llF.AJ1E COACHES VECII3ULED: :.aAlrJ. -.

:that it was lost.or thrown a- of f a great 6 daily at,the price I The Best and Freshest Stock in Town.TRY .
The Best Salve in tho world'for
of dollar Its ME.-

I tinY Jor that by the of.hTh DeSbto\'ares expedition, one of f Cute, Bruises: Sores, Ulcers, Salt l a news is weekly.prompts complete political NORTH. EAST. AND WEST.TWO .. r

Elienm, Fever Sores,Tetter, Cnap- accurate and impartial as all its ASK .
: landed Six i Mile
which
.. at ped Ilnnds, Chilblains, Corns!, rind ]readers will testify. It is DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA_ AN'D::: THE EAST.
I creek as: its starting point for the FOR
for
\ t all Skin"Eruptions, and positively igainst monopolies.and
Aho interior nearly fouy'h1ndr' -. 'Washington and Southwestern Limited,
the people.It .
I 11
385I| :urea Piles, or no pay required. TICKETS
? years ago.-Tampa salisfn"tibn prints the news 'of all the And the United States Taut MalLm
is guaranteed to give perfect _
; lerald. '.world, having special correspondence '
or"money fefunded._ Price W .
-VIA- 81 HOU23 JACIS057TLLT_ : TO ASintr'1TO
all
:; from important
25 cent per oox S ONLY 27 HOTJ23 JAOS30N7ILLC TO ITSW YJ::. .
news( points on the globe. It .

'CASTORIAwaFor Nor'sale: at J. L. Gaskin's DrngStore. has brilliant illustrations,
Ios4 T..uhled Tvsia eempn.nd of Latelt Imm-e s4 Pt1U"anri"r Car. sad Uot.1 D a
Infants'and' Children :stories by great'authors, a capital lag Car ttrottjh wit boot change to WMhiocr;UanlJA"r.


The Kind Jou Java, Aiwa p Bought .I,' The largest stockyards! ? in kets humor, departments page, complete for the household mar J ao1ianviIto i r ph1&-tow.. York and Uw ICMt. '.. '

"
Bears thSignature the world are"in Chicago, and women's work and THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING-ROOM SLEEPING CARS BETWEEN ,-

: of ct-r4 Illinois. The combined,plants I other special departments of JACKSONVILLE AND NASHVILuE. .'

... .- _. '" an investment of unusual -interest. AND ,".
represent Cars Jacksonville
.Through 5esnz Daily to
10000000. The yards We offer this unequaled
over Cincinnati, via AshcvIIIc Tlircujh! tliaLAND : .
of D.en- THE ,
,V. 'f. Richardson ; contain 20' miles of streets, newspaper and THE FLORIDA

ison, 'Tex. has brought suit 50 SEMI-WEEKLY ADVOCATE together OF tiE SKY." .
20..miles of water-troughs

for divorce from Iris wife ohunique miles of feeding troughs. and one year for $1.50, "tnda4nlf.ilInf.r.a"* M to r twi, 1le1>..tne.: st.r'iat oar PecnnttnSo etc. a"IT..
They- weremafriel The'regul r subscriptionprice J1T1 & KI WI Goy _,el the sonllMiJl I&U.1f T or Its ounn.ctuns.L. .
\ i grounds..; 75 miles of water and drain .. .
in 1857 and lived of the two papers is $2.00. '
?
age troughs. The yards are A. BEIFHAH, F.orid PUM. At., 213 West' Bay Street JarVs nri11, n.

together, until JS65, whenahe.ieftimilHer capable of receiving and ac. 1. M. OULP.' W A. TUBE, 8. H. HABDT7ICI

] : :reas n..lQl EDWARD'MDDLETON The 'rraie Hanauer t O-n. gas,. --t.. Ant.O n.Pm." Act..
w : commodating daily '20,000 W&.M *faD.u.Q. Wa..ua to n. D.0. .tlants Ga

%nhg"wa9 that before she cattle 20,001) sheep and J20& "i Jacksonville. May/ %. 189% _
..
Succeuor to Andrews IUddlenoo. .
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married him sh had lovedmother ; ; -- --- -
000 hogs! ;f ; ; t;. Tampa and
had The
whp Jl 4ied. r PROPRIETOR OF
; THE POMONA NURSERIES, i'
longer! she )had lived. ''!ltlrf. ;:. To the Ladies -A.I neat and pretty Key WestRailway ,- NEW CAT -

Richardson the| rnpre cbnyrnc.cd visiting card i o ethJhat Starke Livery, Feed and Sale ". LOGUeFOR' 1893 "I

who lady young or old, is proud WILL BE RAT TO MAIL IX CCI03EIt.t! .
t that
she becahje one every '
'T h ...... h a nd A North 4 :'
had !loved once could not Ipve .I to possees. *NOW, wo eve vu ** i. Oat party writes u follow* *f ..irWill 'JrT ats- ,
of the best cards STABLES. and >wtae: y.rpta.e' sead .c a copy ol yeet .I
and she 1 left. her husband \".a quanTy very y ".' .. .. vs"aWe Nursery Ca ,(,.ueae. I k sd a r yn.b.in.t .
out
again, .. and the type, etc., for turning : /:1.f: >, .*> 4 ft. I lad 10 nary inttreitin; t
after thirty-eight card South LineThrough :.. c14.g. la it that I lie BNtwick. w be wait hat aa !
yearsof as[ nice and dainty a an you NEff MD SEC3RO-HAHO BUSfitES {( TERMS "'. .,... -
4his ..account., where--' -* AND HARKSS FOX SAIL U STRICTLY CUlL .5 JI9I .u I
marriage, on can get'any : ; e Ou sew caslezt. win coatala the
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T. ,the ,' ;' Dew OOM.r l y Ul. trmtc4 writ II&aDy.t.
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I'1tOC.nap1tJc Views. W. oflrr a fait !,.< ot TFruit
I as cadiu'K' au advertiemenl* The 'militia can only Qe I ,: 11 sad Or4. aUI Tree ft..4 Mr*"**..*.?. *
HEART :f \.feathers$UsU f. C*<* tlC Pr<<. "...
of Cnnraberlin's Colic Cholera. called out by the President toenforcfethe TREATMENTFOR : .
., THE GRIPPING CO. J4
BROS
nud Diarrhoea Remod> .iu 4heVorccstcr ltw&"oftne, UnitJ'tatesv 1'1.4rwtw ....teanfe9'. ,
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/SB'W & & WEAK HER of Peat I.u$ .dkara Ms 4tat. K1CC1 1
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\ Ent r pp6 >",: reccnuvwhich $ tb suppress inSurrecUofjprXt6 > .. .' .&

leads in o JjQsrrit: ,,tni8:'' I ; repel InvasIOn." TRIAL, WITHOUT' EXPENSQ.ceIntlBetnedle.Ot. _H' -
Tbef.mou.A
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FLORIDA. PRINTINGBring "&'HAVENOAQENTS
can tru thfu11j.'ap: t never used any The boys need:not get scared theEti.Medtcaa offered 00 triAl Co.UClwforthe1irl'me to Urns atv -....._ !wt ship fro:a e-rr!
remq9 J-t.O .rtL fur ,cpkandliave'never ytj :,"..,...... ..... ,. .....rff .'" .... ..... bona'man., .' Rttltoutzp CUre Effects ef be EnonII' \ 'iii ". wt-or.e wbo. for!it jiets.et....r.t 1srr.it:.,.,.

..' /erihnE Q.r"1 had touae .. .... .. ", ',.. ( Sxoeasea In Old. orYo .mart Manhood; aBoa Write the General .PaugeAgent ? nl; it to THE AtiVOCATE. offlcs I'JlL fntan-( ..;;. .':'2 tl!n't, ifsnc. t.rr -
Bow to
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Dos"t Tobtrro spit and Sooki feu lift A WI'.' trey hen WeakUndeveloredPortions: for,Informatlow .,.... .. :i ) Clr < :.
doses to 4r7.
cf two BlLt "
more than one of nifantngHotseTreatment. WE CAN DO IT. 7 1. ....
AbsolntelT
tobacco easily and forever be snag Body ? ; '. ,.< tttrctiz ;'"L
To -
Quit No Co O.D.or other IChfme.plrJn B. qOFH MSapt\ AS YOU WANT IT. -
with myself or and ,tape No-To- > f..:: uu.C.t2LSS
file orstcasa life vigor
.euro '' neUe.full or ;asrre' offer by a Arm of high atandla t _tt .
A l'&a:># t--
WHEN YOU WANT IT ,IV .
children--WF. A.". etr)1111, Popo- nao.tfeewoader-'worWr.: that mukes1'uk: men S Pass.ltl : J --. "."...... E"' ""'.
r itrops.: <.-'All,druf gistsfi;So or II. Cure guorantoed. E IE'MEDICAlCO.wlt; .ri.J: 5.D.ACKERLfieJACKSONVILLE '
'nl'oke City..M&*'. ;For -sale .by. ;:JI .; B oU t aad '.-sampla tree. Address ',' :: : -TRY' u'sl : ;t'1t\JH! !\ ".. .._S"tra.-' ;-7.., et.cn.
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NEWSY LOCAL G EANIN GS. Card of Thanks. PERSONAL NOTES.-. Mr. Wm. Buttron, who has beenipending $ a o
) $ : .
: the'winter In' this left ;;;;. iiI :'-iiii.jiiI''''' w'C' -=:; -
MB. EDITOR: "Mr., ',N. C. Pi-ttit.'of Waldo, was In city "
Permit us, through the columns :he; city Wednesday. .. for: his home in ,Chicago ,yesterday.Sir.Butironmademanytrlendawhlle. *

-.GATHERED CITY AND NEIGH of your valuable paper to conveyto Dr. Tate'Powell... made professional In Starke who regrrt to see him leave. I To"GASH "BUYERS", ) "-, '

; BORHOOD. the people Hampton and vicinity viaii to.-Waldo yesterday.Taxcollector'Byrd "
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Mr. Sol N.-wsoro, of Lake Butler, ;- ,
the earnest assurance ,of our of Lake Butler, 'who has been in Jacksonville for the :>

".ITEMS ?.PERSONAL PERTINENT 4 PECDIUR.WeatherJ'orecast. sincere thanks and heartfelt gratitude was on our streets-yesterday.Mr. past few days, w.-iS In the city Monday We are closing out our -; ..

II1 lor the.kindly ministrationsus W. E. Davi made A business en route to his home at' Lake I entire stock of . ';. 'f"A'.,.

.. for .the past six months,..during trip to New lv Wednesday.. Itutler. t ...

which ,time we have had sick Mr. C. M. 8 park man made a busl- Mr. G. T. Maughs, representing the Goods Clothing Shoes Etc. '

s'Rtrto-BI: =ht ud E.l'tda7."Geaerall1 ness in our home.Extending news trip to LawteyVWednesday. Southern, Express Company, wss in Dry" "#-,?
cooler In ,Northern and the cityon business Wednesday. Mr. .;
these Mr. R. T. Rich lrd, of Waldo was -
through long
Eastern portions.Go Maughs id traveling with his railroad '
In fact everything we have in
in the clt.un business Wednesday.Mr. .
weary' months of affliction, many bic},cle. ;. stock, and we will.sell goods
to the supper to night. lave, been the practical demon Wra. Scarbougb, of Jacksonville Mr. Jonathan*- Ouster and wife and

stration of sympathy. And while is visiting relatives in the. city. two daughter., who have been,spending
Old for sale at this:office.
,", papw memory holds her empire, we will Rev. J. A. Hughes baa returned the winter, in this city. returnedto : it Prices That Will Surprise Our People. .. '
Blank mortgages for sale at this from Waldo and Gainesville Wednes- their home. In Pennsylvania yes
friends
never forget our many
day. terday.Mr. .
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office. "'
here. A visit to our store will con. ,. :
31 r. G. W. Floyd, of Waycrosii, Oa.. W. E. Doblin, the hustling representative vince that.w -
Fine mackerel 5 cents each at When ,the flower forgets the sun' you mean just .
wall In the city on bu10eVedn"s- of Rou-e, Hemptone & what we Respectfully -
Arthur- Johns., that warmed it; and the mariner Co., of Baltimore, was talkfng' biii liiesnmonc jay. : y

Mr. Geo. A. Gardiner has pnr- forgets the star that guided him; day.Mr.. N. D. 'Waillwrl ht, of Gaines.villee .. the merchants of our 'city I -

' chased. a. fine new, buggy. and when love dies on heart's altar wan in the city on business yes- Wednesday.Mr. ( N.'N'. HACKETT

and memory empties its urn into teray. E. W. Barnes and C. R. Scott, ,
-The free and easy Fruit Jars for WelUville, N. Y., are spending IIf..w
forgetfulness; then, but not until Mr. E. V. Fogg, au ex-membt ruf Starke: :e-'la.
K\i at WHITE'S GROCERY. days: in the city. They were
then will forget the howl board was In the city W.d- ,
we our many .
callers it'the AOVOCATK office
Pitching quoits is a popular friends in the dear little Dead..y. pleasant : ...::: :':'..:: :...::. :.a. .""' :..;a'1.G-I.-I. --, te.!;;:; <
to us, Wednesday.Mr. ;,;; iIJ;;;; ; lJ.o,., ., e.eee; CC: tWar' :\
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..game with the young men of this town of Hampton.In Mr. -R. C. Heiberger, of thin city, Edward Pace, who has been -- I
made a business trip to Jacksonriile
o city.The the Master's service, we remain spending a few days visiting his
Tuesday.Mr. rathe-, Mr. Geo. E. Pace in this city
: winter visitors are begin- faithfully your*,
0., W. Livingston of New- returned to hi* home Washington, Declared !
ning to return to their northern bit and Mae W. E. DAUOHXBTT. ,
I berry, was in the city on business D. C. Monday morning. ., '
.homes. Hampton, :Fla., April 11, 98. Wednesday.Mr. :
Mr. Joe' Lovett; th" l I'u-.tllng commUnion -
__ Mr Elarbee has added a new By the kindness of the editor, O. '* Florrid,one of Hampton's man, and Mr. Percy Bolton Not by the Government, but .

cottage to his little city in Eat we take this method of thankingthe IOpularyoung men,. was in the city who ia_upending, the winter (n Starke, the people! should be more in '

,.' Starke: good people of Hampton, Fla., Wednesday.Mr made. a Hying,trip toLawtey Monday, ;' : terested in the war .
for the Christian in which returning In the .ft rno<+n.
way they O. B. Weeks proprietor of the
'_ Joe Ho'ly' says if war comes allwill ministered to our daughter, Maggie Waldo Toneorial' parlor. was in the Mr. J. 8. Grner? Okl.u'. princeof ON PRICES

be "well' with him for he will during her recent illness..th e. -lty Tuesday. strawberry, growers, was in the city G
be in it.Blank. Mr. Griner that the
We are happy to inform her Opt. Edward., Lawfey's turpen Monday says which has been declared at ,
little insect baa caused
turpentine land leases for many friends, and especially Dr. tine operator, wan. in the city on businepsyestrday. him to strawberry loose considerable_ on berries the store of ,- - -

sale at this office. If you want W. Lockey, who so faithfully this seacon.C'4. .

any come and see us. tended her during,her four weeks Mr. W.stable H. Borton.Waldo's popular Brown, the commission man cJ.W.HODGESDT:
livery man, was in the city on
A large shipment of turtles sickness; that she reached. home-in buHines Tuesday. from Pitt-burg, left Tuesday for

passed through this city over the safety, and is improving. as fast as Mr. S. B. Denmark, our fearless North will solicit and strawberries"South Carolina for his whrre house he, Who says everything must go

F. C. fe> '?...R'y.; yesterday. could be expected. sheriff, went down to Jacksonville on Col Brown mad. many friends whilein to make room for new goods..
With much gratitude we remain business Tuesday. He is undoubtedly
The Elarbee turpentine plant is Starke who will be glad to see him

faithfully yours, Mr. J. R. Davie, our hustling In- next season.
.distilling every day now. :They The Leader of Low Prices.
MB. and bias J. AYTCS, ur 75 Lands. "A word to the wises enfficient"and
are working over
Athens, Tenn., April 8, '98. at Waldo Tuesday.Mr. .
word from the wise shouldbe whoa-
a Why leodawavargood.,
Mr. P. Snowden broughtinsome .
Walter Townsend. New River's
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Bobbed the Gravo sufficient, but you ask, who are they can be bought just .* "'; ... .'. ,
of the finest strawberries yesterdaythat 'turpentine operator, was on our at home. :' ".,: ;- '
the wise? Those who know. The cheap, "
streets Wednesday '. <'. ,'fr'
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we have seen this season. A startling incident of which
oft.repeated experience of trustworthy >.
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THINK OF ITP
JUST
Mr. W. C. Alexander
a prominentman
Mr. John Oliver, of Philadelphia _
,
If war i) declared. United States
be taken for
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will through Starke almost was the subject, is narrated by of the old North State, was'iutlur persons may Dry Goods,Clothing,Hats,Shoes,Trunks End Voliitt, _:'
: troops pass knowledge. Mr.V., M.
city Wednesday. Terry '.
him as follows: ''I was iu almost Undertakers' Goods, Builder's: Materials, Shelf -;,
every day en route to Tampa. dreadful condition. My skin Was Mr.W.: B. Haynefl..nn..otour prominent >> s'tTs- that Chamberlain's Cough Hardware, Farming Tools, Harness, Saddler; and ",

The F. C. & P. R'yhas erected merchants: made a business trim Remedy gives better satisfaction Bridles l F&rmtnre, Stnv*>f, Sash Doors, Blinds, ...

platform Alvarez', ware1ii almost yellnw, eyes sunken, tongue,: to Lawtey, ,yesterday.Mr. than any other in the market. Paints and Oils, ALL GOING CHEAP. ':
a near >e coated pain continually' in back
N. B. Hull, our hustling com- Hehas! been in the drug business "
fur Elarbee jt& Co. who will it
use and sides Hand
no appetite gradually Fresh Stock of Groceries'
niisfelon man, made business Constantly on
in loading turpentine. trip to at Elkton_ Ky., for twelve, years: ; ,
weaker day by day. Three .
growing Jacksonville Tuesday. has sold hundred of bottles of thie

-- Mr. J. \V. Hodges has three car physicians had given me' up.Furtuaately MiMe Loea Sweat departed.Monday remedy and nearly all other!: I SELL :FOR SPOT CASH at cash 'prices and

loads of finb lumber on the "sidetrack : a friend advieed ,trying for Gainesville when* she will visit medicines defy competition. '
cough manufactured,
i in this city which will be Electric Bitters; and to'my friends for a few days.. which shows
conclusively that. ::r. -vv. :8:0tGES.
used to build up the city. great joy and surprise 0 thA first Mr: F ,A.,Fisher, one of Larrteys Chamberiins\ is the must satisfac-

There is sickness worth bottle made a decided; improvement prominent citizens was in the cityon tory to the people and is the beat. Truby- Sternberg & Co.'a old stand.

no speaking I continued their use for bwiiicas Wednesday. Foi sale by J. L. Ga,kins. 1.

of here now, but this is nothing three weeks, and am now a well Mr.. R. S. Nelson one of Jackson. : "' ."' "c-:. '.c: "' !+" ::a !.:a !I..
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unusual as Starke is considered the ville's prominent business was' During these war times the --:.tt:: ,. c::..... e-....elJ 011'lItIMI' /I ;;JJ1
man. I kno they savrd i my life, men .
healthiest town in the State. on our streets Wednesday. young ladies should have their
and robbed the grave of another I THE C. B. ROGERS CO.|

't Mr. Gardiner Anthony and Mr, victim." No one should fail to Mr. Chas Fugazxt, the hu*tlin* photographs mounted on steel,plate.

.."''-' Louis, Montmollin are building a try them. Only 50 cts per bottleat commission man, made tulln"s" They would. be of great twain w IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE GROCERS
trid to I.awJeyVeduesday.. Vi sbt CSO rvzzsrw 2".A.W i
handsome sail boat which will soon J. J,. Gaskins' Drug Store. stopping bullets when worn over

be launched in Sampson Lake. Mr. R. R. Joiner, La'rosse's popu the heart. = Provisions, Grain, Hay, Flour, Grits, Meal, :Etc. W=.. ,
The Excursion. lar druggist, was shaking bads with
Mr. H. Austin found a valuable" his many friends here Tuesday. Rheumatism C red. m SOLE AGENTS FOB Our business confined t> the
Quite a jolly crowd assembled m trade only.1 Orders from conl
scarf pin Tuesday. The pin was at the F. C. & P. depot Wednesday Assessor W. J. Epperson came over My wife has used Chamberlin' ;m Fairbani Canning Co. Lion Erand burners neither. solicited nor deft(

-- ,set with pearls and other precioiih. evening to take, the A.,S. R.. from Lake But! r yesterday and spent Pain Balm for rheumatism with ff\ Canned I eats. @jred ft

jewels and is valued at somethingover & G.. excursion train for Burnett'* the day with his Starke friendi. great relief and "I recommend it ?Made! On t
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; Qnotations Promptly ApplIcatIon.
'
Mr. NI'd ,
$10.The Lake, which left this city at 6:30. WaInwright a prominent as a splendid liniment for rheumatism -
planter fioin the Water Oak section
Bradford. County Guards There were about 50 people aboard was trading in Starke yesterday.. and 'other household use oIJI.jiil; ;tJ .""' a".,. -, .a,-++w:; c; w;; w:;

were drilling on the streets Monday the train_ which :arrived atthe lakeat for which we have found it-valu r J.
Mr'S. M. Alvarez our hustling and
able.- \ J. Red Creek
night. Tho boys were applauded 8 o'clock. The Victor Cornet Cuyle ,
obliging market man, made a business -
N. Y. ,Mr. i. of the E. W. -
Cuyler one DRIGGERS
'by our citizens as they marched Band of this city was on hand and trip to Jacksonville: Monday.: .
merchants of this
j down the street livened up things going and com .: ,Mr. R. E. Johns, who IIH* been in ana leading one of the most prominentmen village -
SALE AND FEED STABLESU
Mr. II. Lee has moved into the ing. While at the lake the young Jacksonville on business for the past .in this vicinity.-W.G.Phip- LIVERY, : ,

% cottage near,the Episcopal church. people enjoyed & delightful dance few days, returned home Monday. pin, Editor Red Creek Herald.

Mr. Leo has made many improve- which, l lasted until 11 o'clock. Ice Mr. A. J; McArthnr, Inventor,of For'sale by J. L. Gaskins. STARKE FLA.. 'H -

the McArthur Refrigerator Car,
also 1 was
cream was served in the
menu which add very much to the pa in the city on buslnt-ss Wednesday.. This section was blessed with: a
villjon. Returning the train left l !
of the .
appearance cottage.Mr. the lake at 11 o'clock and arrived We are glad to notethat Mrs. J. C. good rain Wednesday night and aarconequence > ,*,:1! Hale i Specialty of ConTeyisg Trarellnl Men>to Pints fI t I CoutlJ....
Richard, who has been sick for the the strawberry ,
E. H. Gaskin, who has been grow "'
in.Jthis -
city at 12:15. Everybody
past few' days, la, rapidly, r'eovtriag. all smiles
In the mercantile. business in' this ers were Thursday morn
-, reports a splendid} time. and lots of SECOND-HAND HARNESS AND BUGGIES FOR SAIL .
city for the past year, is closing out fun. Misses Emma Tennant and Eta ing. The: shipments will now belarger
Barnes returned home from a plea and the of the berries
his stock of goods and will move quality
ant visit with friends Itt Waldo Sun .
.. to Georgia: in the near future. The, State Sunday School Con. much better. .

.Mr.. J. F. Kickliter, the hand. vention _convened: at Gainesvillethis day.Mrs.. D. L. Branning Waldo, I* The war scare has caused ,considerable A1'1athn' Oil

omeyoong clerk of the W.. B. week.. and the delegates from visiting her 'daughters, Mrs. Waltf excitement in Starke. 5 Hi

Haynes Co., had the misfortune to this county- report that it was 'a Wills v and Mr. J. W. Morgan: in this Crowds of people wait eagerly for ,

get 'lii! finger badly cut with a grand .success. A synopsis of the city.Miss the passenger..train from.the North

,pocket knife. yesterday mornin,:. proceeding i wz a handed in"for'publication Janie PinhoUtfr, of LIteaville every day and the papers sell like For Sale Byt :

/ '. The bnt.tOO late,_ '' for this issue: is the latest acquisition to the hot cakes when they come. 3
strawberry commission men' Bradford
County
High School In thiscity. .
The article will'appri.r: in Tues -
,'are beginning{ to leave for the Car- : ., Sam Harris 4s the first colored -
issue. -
-- julinas, where they will solicit berries' day' 1 Mitt HeUen Ri.-hard :and Mi(sMary I citizen of this county .who volun- J. F. P.
McMurry
during the month of May. The The ladies of 'the Methodist elnecker:were,pleasant caHer. teen his services to the governmentin ,

: ," season here is drawing to a close. church tendered their Juvenile at the ADVOCATK office Tuesday- after case of war.: Sam says he will

David, Itozier, the man Sunday ,School class a delight noon. serve_ the government in any capasty. : .
; young ful hunt, in the Mr. Ch:.,. Pac, who baa beeAvie.. .
park
yesterday
egg :
-4 Qn.s hurt by a falling tree, was had iting his father Mr. Ueo.E. Pace in GROCER

:tin"'the city Wednesday. He isXrapidl afternoon The little folks a this city rat\arned..to .Jacksonville Several new members have been i
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]/' improving under the,tkiilE. splendid time,and enjoyed) the e..eniug'a Monday morning. enlisted into the ranks of the Brad* -

.. '. J'ti." '- -. '. silent of pre L. Stewart, program immensely. 'f' ,Mr-rs: .B.8en_ $.baujch, otC' eniau ford County' Guards. ,If the boys I S't'.A.': : :e: :J.o. : :It:) ;
: h?,. Fr&D.,- who baa been 7 s
-j : '' colored Dunce Mack, the bottle-washer spend.lug !should be'eaU out to war they '. -
The people are building the winter hnii'ta,city returned ,
.."4.' church;. over' near E1a ee'8"tUr-: for the Starke' Drug Company to her home je te (.).. would probably carry '75 men or : .
ole'" l+came to grief Tuesday night. more.Buati! One Gallon 15ctsFive '' -'

.. -.st I Daqce broke a]flue gallon demijohn MaJ. T. E.-Dllil', and of SUrkeV. 'O.A.S-x"OD..a.. Gallons 65cts <:-
; ""Nick Corner who wills -- :
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_.done vj of fine wine ,. .Mr. Smith-say a it prominent lej -I Jltfui f*, visited the :> L> its!d You"'I/wtJI/ fis&BgstteM t tr _
what:* of the.! church when Dletcd. '* I Capitol 'City last week, returtd, fig J -I

will'4orl'cost).d.".,, $25.00.: hone Wednesday njomlog. t, .' .. I'tl This is the, Best Oil sold if. it, e ciIY.-. .....

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