The Florida weekly advocate
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Title: The Florida weekly advocate
Alternate Title: Advocate
Alternate title: Florida semi-weekly advocate
Portion of title: Florida semi weekly advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Texas R. Hodges
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 22, 1898
Frequency: weekly[may 26, 1898-<1900>]
weekly[ former -jan. 27, 1898]
semiweekly[ former feb. 1-may 17, 1898]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Publisher: F.M. Prewitt, <1899>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 21 (Jan. 27, 1898).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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; Official. Directories. COUNTY HAPPENINGS Mrs. Bishop, of Boston, THE PRESIDENT ACTS atly, and the President, the FLORIDATATTERS.

Mass., who has been stopping commander-in-chief of the

rr: STATE. -- .with Mrs. John.Todd the past army und navy simply awaits _
Secretary of State,J. L.Crawford. INTEREST. season, has returned to her McKinley Signs the far Resolutions congressional authority to WEEK.

Treasurer.Comptroller, B.W.AVnitfleld.AttorneyGeneral H. Reynolds.. !home highly ,delighted with place the national guard whereit -

,\Vm. Lamar. Gleaned by Our Able Regular Correspondents, .Florida. can be transported to Cubaat Gathered From Our State Exchanges.In .

Commissioner of Agriculture, L.B. ,I f few notice.
a hours'
WombwelL !* Miss Claudia Williams,
LaCrosse. .
''' Superintendent of Public Instruction scHool And at the Same Time Sends 8n Ultimatum Open warfare will begin on casfc of war Fernandinawill -, .
Stokes of Blair opened a private on
4; W. N. Sheats. Mallery ,
'. SUPREME COURT. Fla.,was here Saturday.Rev Monday last. Waldo is very to Spain. Saturday afternoon. Spain is probaly be a naval supply.

J Chief Justice, R. F.Taylor. r ... given until midnight Saturday, depot. '
Justices, Milton H.'Mhbray, F. B J. C. Porter, of Ocala, fortunate in having such-good Spain Given Until Saturday at Madrid time or 7 o'clock Sat- ..

<" Carter., school teachers as we have had Noon to Evacuate the The Tampa Times is now a .
friends last
COUNTY. was here '
among for the past few Island of Cuba. urday morning, Washingtontime and receives the
State Senator, A. Crosby. week. years. morning paper
Representatives, L, D. Wall and E. to make answer to thepresident's
WASHINGTON April 20.- full Associated Press .
P.1Vard. Prof. F. H. Ellis, closed his reports.The
R. R. Joiner and wife visited ultimatum.The .
Tax Collector C. Byrd. school last ,The Cuban resolution is now a
Tax Assessor, W. J. Epperson. their friends in Starke last private Friday, i belief is general in diplo- Spanish Consuls in
law of the land and ultimatumto
Treasurer E. S. Matthews. and the school an '
on Saturday Florida have left the country.
Clerk of Circuit Court,.Col. W. F. week.H. Spain an accomplished fact. matic circles that Spain will
with united friends "
Weeks. picniced on decline to make at They were ordered on Wednesday
Sheriff S.B.Denmark. C. Parker, is building a the lake. It beautiful The president, at 11:24: any answer
was a to
County Surveyor::; B. F. Ensey. all, in which case the fleet will report
in thesouthern o'clock fixed his to
cottage partof ,, signature
of Public Instruction crowd.
Superintendent day'and a jolly Everyone once.
be in hostile motion Satur-
F. D. Shell. put
town. ._ the joint resolutions of congress
County Judge, J. R. Richard. was happy want the day, the army and navy being The drouth in some sectionsof
.a Justice of the Peace fore District E. P. Ward, of Ward City, Professor to get_ up another requiring Spain to evacuate the
No:6, Geo.A. Gardiner. island of Cuba. directed to move on Cuba. South Florida, is reportedas
County Commissioners Judge Tum1m was here ,Saturday on business picnic. of
;: The present intentions terrible. No rain has fallen
Dr. E. A. Todd, M. N. Blanton, The ultimatum meanwhilehad
of the
with Justice
J. J. Crews, D. W. Clyatt. plaace There will be a charity festi- been prepared the state the, president is to appoint for a long time, and hot, west

Stokes. I val at Williams' hall on Thurs: : General Fitzhugh Lee major winds have almost killed every- '
.. CITY. department by Assistant Secre-
Mayor>> ,- A.L. von Kirn. The farmers of this sectionare day evening. The object is to general at the head of the volunteer thing.
Clerk. George Gardiner. tary Day, and at 11. ::30 o'clock
Assessor! ,'1'. \V. Sweat. behind in farming opera raise funds to send a little girlto announcement was made at the ,force. When asked by The Pensacola News says

6 Treasurer' E. P. Duncan. tions owing to the extreme Alanta, Ga., for Dr.Calhounto the president what he wantedor
:\. Marshal J. P. Bennet. white house that it had been that West Florida cattle are
NlKht Policy J. N. Jons. drouth. But very little cotton operate on her eyes. She what suggestions he had to
< the president and being shipped westward and
Aldermen, F. R. \ Edward signed by ,
Morgan has been has lost and the other is make his
as yet planted. one regarding own dispo-
Middletun, J. M. N.W. Hack-
\\i Truby, had been sent to the Spanish are much in demand. Withina
ett and J. W. Hicks. L """'""
r badly effected. .Misses Lelia sition, General Lee responded :
Hampton. government. week more than sixty carloads:
\r Sparkman and Claudia Am- "I should like to ride at the ;
iIf f-, Church Directory. Mr. J. J. McCrairie went to The ultimatum was boughtover will be shipped from Chipley.
b. brose are prime movers in this head of the first column which 'r
:.t Presbyterian, J. A. Hughes, pastor.! Lake Butler Sunliay.s to the white house about The exodus from Floridli has
t, Services every 1st, 2nd and 5th Sun- ; s charitable work. enters Havana.

;'';'. day. Prayermeeting every Wednesday W. G. Seales, went to 10:30 o'clock by Assistant The promise was given, I.am been great, and much of it has
4 w evening at 7 o'olock. Sunday Secretary Day who went over
Proposed War .Taxes. been due to the fear that
L .. school every Sunday morning at 9 Starke Tuesday on business. told, by one who was present. war
o'clock. If war comes it is certain that it with President McKinley before Plans of have might impede travel out of-the
rr campaign
Mrs Nellie Conner has"reurned
} Baptist, Rev. G.T. Leitner, pastor. new taxes will be levied. the latter affixed his State. Many citizens, have w
Services every 2nd and 4th Sunday. t; from a pleasant trip to practically been perfected. The
Prayermeeting every Thursday evening According to the plan already signature.. blockade of not only Cuban, gone north with the hope of
at o'clock.. Sunday school every Brooklyn.. After the
public announcement
determined out 'of the of
Sunday morning, at 9:30 o'clock.} upon by Republican but Porto Rican ports, has been getting way
*&*,* Methodist Rev. J. A. Ilendry, pas- Mr. John Mauler, of !\IeadOWJ members of the ways and Assistant Secretary Day dertermined hostilities. ..

i.%L tor. Services every Sunday, morn- visited his family Satur- means committee the tobaccotax said that the ultimatum had upon. '
and This includes the Great activity is displayed
Jif ing evening Praye.rmeeting ev- program
and transmitted this
t Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. day Sunday.Mr. : is to be increased and a been morningto
seizure of some minor Cuban by a large force of men now
w Sunday: school every Sunday morn- Madrid addressed to United
ing at 9:30 o'clock. Tom Kennard, one of tax will be levied upon all port first for the purpose of !, at work in old Fort Clinch. ,

) Episcopal, Rev. F. R. JToleman, I Waldo's popular young men, dealers in tobacco. The beer States Minister AYoodford, who getting a gateway on the island which guards the entrance to

2nd clergyman and 4th charge.:Sunday afterno Services every l 2-po w.\qin town Saturday.Mrs. -: tax; .win,-be raised, coffee, tea delivers it to the Spanish "go".**--v-,;', for,American troops. Fernandina : harbor. This i is

o'clock.afternoon Sunday::; 2 school o'clock.every Sun- Minnie Timmons, of and .-bank paper will be taxed. ernment. The state department has the first time since the Civil .
day at As. soon as the final determination -
Christian, no pastor at present. Brooklyn, is visiting her cousin From these sources it.is.ex- to send it had been prepared a note to be sent to War that this old fort has been

Prayermeetiug every Wednesday :Miss Queenie Beasley. pected to raise $100,000,000. neutral powers as soon as the the scene of so much activity.The .
avowing. at 7 o'clock. Sunday school The prospect of a'levy of these reached ana.it had, been,started
blockade is declared. The
every Sunday morning at 930; 0'- Pensacola :
Mrs. Bessie has left yard,
Knight on itsway to JkfadrTd,; Senor navy
: clock. taxes has already led to many
neutral nations will be informed
for Maxville, where she will Polo de Barnabe, the Spanishminister which has long been closed, i is
schemes for but
that armed, vessels of neutral
Lodges. school. now the scene of great activity.
open a summer in accordance with
it is doubtful if of them
Stare Lodge No. 34, K of P. meets any governments will be.allowed to Three auxilliary warships

every Thursday 7 p. in. Mrs. Bessie Knight, enter will materialize. Speculationin diplomatic courtesies, was enter and depart LQc1i-aded;

W. E. DUNCAN, C. C, tained a few of her friends withan tobacco is stopped by the furnished a copy of the paper the United States navy are now

J. .R.-Di.via, K. of'R. and S, by the colored of ports ; that merchant: ves? ls,. lying atthe yard, wharves are,
Y that
cream Saturday
I supper certainty
Bradford Lodge No. 42, F. A. M., any Assistant Secretary Day. which are at the time in port being1":remodeled' and mounted ..,
meeting Thursday! before the evening. tax that may be imposed will
1 every : f and loaded at the time the '
with andllro wprkis being
3rd Sunday 7 p. in. The minister, as soon as he guns '
to all tobacco in the "
$ Miss apply blockade is announced will be
W. F.'MALruUREW. M. Queenie Beasley,
skilled mechanics!
.. received it made a brief reply pushed by ....,
W, N. MEACIUM, Sec. entertained a few of her young hands of dealers at the date of permitted to leave.

.1..-d May Lodge No. 10,I.O. O.F.,meets friends' Tuesday evening witha : the enactment of the tax. 0 The and requested }tis passports.It No merchant, vessels, how- The forest fires have been- $|,"'a "-"
every Tuesday 7:30 p.m. said at the white house
will have was doing considerable damage in"the
additional tax to be
L. W. KICKLITKR, N. G. candy pulling. ever, will be allowed to enter
W. N. ME&CQAM: Sec. paid on that as well as on tobacco that the terms of the ultimatum last few.days near Sumter.
blockade the
Messrs. R. R. Rawlins L. P. any ports through
would not be made until
subsequently manu- public ville. Much fence has been
.. \y. H. Jones and J. J infraction of international law
t PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY. Wynn, factured. tomorrow. It consists largelyof destroyed, and the house- of
I McCrairie attended ball at regulations, appertaining in the i
}{ISS S. E. SWEAT, I I The tax on tea and coffee will a diplomatic paraphrase of time of war. Godfrey Tompkins, just out

Brooklyn Friday night and probably be an internal revenue th? joint resolution of congress, of town, caught several timeson
report an enjoyable time.
tax, for the good reason that if concluding with a statement WAR. Saturday afternoon. Only

4 STARKE, FLA. Quite a jolly crowd of people a duty were laid .on these that this government awaits Late dispatches last night say the prompt work of neighbors

Latest methods. Special attention given enjoyed a ,peanut roasting and articles importation them Spain's reply. i prevented the loss of his house.
to technique Apply lor terms I that the "Spanish officials at
social at the-home of Mr. and I would cease until a large partof The ultimatum gives Spain i His sugar furnace did not
Madrid handed United States
SCOTT. M.; D. '
A.L. Mrs. 1' M. Williams, Satnrday : the until Saturday to answer.It escape, but was burned.
.r ...PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON... enormous supply now Minister Woodford, .his pass-
evening and all seemed to also states in emphatic
on hand was exhausted. A port yesterday, saying that all A fatal shooting affray took

+ ... 6T.VRKE-, FLA. enjoy, themselves immensely. tariff on tea and coffee would language that unless the demands the relations between the two place at the Daisy phosphate

'Offlse, at Goskln's Drug Store. made in the resolutionare
Wnldo. not. yield any considerable countries was at an end. Thisis mines, near Gainesville on

TTjl L. STEWAKT M.D., 'Mrs.V.. D., Seigler spent revenue for some time, whereasan met by that hour the presi- virtually a declaration of Tuesday,' in which deplorable
dent of the United States will H. Cook who had
'EYE, EAR NOSE AND THROAT- Wednesday in Gainesville. internal tax would produce war and the next few hours difficulty

.' largely at once. The 'tariff: without a minute's delay call may show real developments in been employed by the company

7 '* STARKE-, FLA. Mr. John Todd left on Thurs- would be of immense benefit to upon.the land and naval forces I that direction.A owning the mine for several

Office. at Starke Drug Co...... day for his home. in Boston, the large tea and coffee housesin of this government to put years, lost his life, Cook and a.
is .
true not
patriot a noisy
TATE POWELL, M D.. Mass. this country, but would fail them in execution.WAR individual. Quietly and stu- man named English became involved

;' PHYSICIAH AND SURGEON, Prof. F. H. Ellis left on Mon- to accomplish for a good whileat A QUESTION OF HOURS. in difficulty, and Cook
.. diously he observes and studies
,.,' / STARKE, FLA. day for his home near La- least the object of the levy, WASHINGTON, April 20.- struck English, who was juston
J ....:.. the situation, and comes to his
conscious that wil
Over thirty years experience In DLieaQesofWomen Crosse. namely, the supply of revenueto Spain reject and the point of leaving. Cook
conclusions in a reas-
and Children. Office Starke '
t -i Drug Company. The Methodist Sunday School the government. It ia quite the demand of congress onable maner that sinks con also grabbed his man with his
i spurn the presiden's ultimatum, left hand and drew
probable that many of those a large
-T\K.J. 0. $' AYNES. children are practising forChildren's viction deep and ineradicablein
L branch of this government I knife which he cutEnglish's
every with
who expected to profit by the I
-- DENTIST, -.. Day. be his mind. Such a man
is busy today to carry throat almost from
taxes on tobacco
prospective ,
_ 4 6TARKE, \ FLORIDA. May 15th. knows that the common weal
out the instructions of the ear to ear. English then drewa
tea and coffee have: overloaded
Office at residence on South Street. Mrs. W. B. Ennis and Miss is the individual's benefit as .
I Teeth extracted painlessly by means of local themselves with these articles. house and senate to expel the revolver, and fired twice at
.Da.t.hetlCIL All lauds of dental work done at Irene Branning drove to Camp- .well! and he stands ready to
from the island of
-.-".reasonable char=es.THOS If war taxes become necessary ,Spanish Cook, the balls entering the
ville on Wednesday and spent make sacrifices for public
,E._BDOG the they should be laid with an eye Cuba. welfare. But not so with the body.neartherightnipple. At

Attorney and'C nnsellor at Law 'day very plesantly with I single to the interest of the The navy department is arranging noisy politician, who would this juncture Cook agau used
their sister Mrs. Katon.
z 1 1 government and without regard details for the blockadeof feign strut under the title of a ,his knife, and cut another

STARKE--,-.-FLA. ; .I Dr. W. D. Hicks, of Morris-' to those who have speculatedon Cuban and, Porto Rican .p:1triot-he is ready to devote hideous ,gash across the throat

.Offlcp, +at Residence on Charry Street. !ton, son of Mr. D. Hicks of our 1 the', articles that are to be ports. The war department is his tongue to the cause of of' English, who again fired off

,F, ENSET ."......... burg, has moved to Braiden- the subjects of new or increased figuring, upon the movement of humanity, but never his money: his pistol, the ball passing
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CIVIL ENGINEER.COUNTY taxation.-Atlanta Journal., .r or laborious effort. The man
-:- town. Mrs. Hicks and son are troops. Congress is discussinga and'eater
.. SURVEYOR. who refuses to sacrifice self up- through Cooks eye: ., -
the of Mr. D. o.., ,S-rOR.A.: bill providing for the .enlistment "!
visiting family, on the altar of his countryis ing the brain. coo k fell to tin ,

Prof es!cnal Drawjag. Blue Printtaj.' Fstliaate Hicks,before j joining the Doctor.Eea-tthe itt!*Pfl YM H2tt i Ateais- Busgfct :.of a, volunteer army oi 1 not a.patriot, but a politician, ground; and.in tsv&tr' !:1il! t .',-'",
,of worlc'rorajsl: el oa appllcatloa' .! : .tm # '.
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A O lj oa CitU street"wIA C L.Peek.',' : _. ": at, .Brtt:1enown.'I: ..It:>. : .J et .- 60.000. to be:' enlisted- .-- inimedi-' is not a hero but a demagogue., was dead.- .....:' .:

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Florida .-W eekli Adv ea e. in Mexico.A : $109 Reward $10%). Bladder Troubles. T:7ii. I 1r

writer the Fruit World, : The readers of this paper will be --- ..:...._= "".,, .. w r... <_, = :

PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYSAT of Los Angeles, Cal., says pleased to learn that there is ai The bladder was created for one

"-- --- 'there is no such thing as an least one dreaded disease that ,purpose, namely, a receptacle for ...u wunuuwmrumtnnuxmrer{nnm+.wnn w 'S"T'
STARKE FLORIDA. the urine and ns such it is not Liable 1' 0'R"I'I'
orange industry in Mexico. science has been able to cure in all ;
its* stages, and that is cnburh.Hall's to any form of disease exceptby
Entered ai the postoffice at Starke, Florida Oranges grow spontaneously, '
of The first '
Catarrh Care is the one two v\ays. ,
as geoond-el&ss matter: only MMffl t !
without cultiva- and Children
fertilizing or Forlnfants
is from imperfect action of
positive cure known to the medi- way i
ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. tion, almost any-where in the cal fraternity. Catarrh being a the kidneys. The second way is r=-- ==

: orange belt. This is some three .constitutional disease, requires a from careless local treatment of The Kind You Have .

TEXAS R. HODGES. thousand and five hundred constitutional treatment.'r ttall'g other diseases.

EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR miles long by from fifty to one Catarrh Cure i is taken internally, SAMPLE. SENT FREE. -- ? ,. j Always Bought

hundred and fifty and ,even noting dirtctly upon the blood and Unhealthy urine from unhealthy 'eparatiosimilatingtheFoodandE nforAsAVegetable -

Advertising Rates. more miles wide, in some'places. mucus surfaces of thn system, kidneys is the chief cause of bladder ufa
of Bears theSignature
Our advertising rates will txs as reasonable I There are miles square of wild thereby destroying the foundation troubles. It corrects frequent tII stomachsaffiBarti
aa consistent with keeping up a good news m
paper. It Is the purpose of the publisher to orange groves on the Isthmusof of the disease, and giving the patient calls, inability to hold urine and irN MisseHijifKESL

Issue a clean attractive newspaper with only Tehauntepec and other coast strength by building up the scalding or stinging; pain in pus I ) ii" j 4

such Insure a that proportion all will be of seen advertisements and read, and as none will country, thin-skinned sweet constitution and assisting naturein jug it, ur bad efffcts following use Prom tes 1>igesHonC etfu1- 1
burled behind a mass of others. Rates will doing its work. The proprietors of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes nessandRestContains neither of i
,be uniform and will be made known on appllonion. fruit: There are ripe orangeson that unpleasant necessityof OpiumMorplrine nor Mineral.
the trees all the year round I have so much faith in its curative being compelled to get up "NOT NARC OTIC.

somewhere in Mexico, possiblythe powers, that #they offer One many: times during the night to -.
President Polk offered 'Spain Hundred Dollars for any case thatit urinate. The mild and extraordI-
only natural countryin ?
.$$100,000,000 for Cuba, but' orange fails to cure. Send for list of nary effect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- S.rti'R "
the world. testimonials. AddressF. Root is soon realized. It stands .

Spain scornfully refused it. Oranges, coffee, sugar, bananas J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0. the highest for its wonderful cures ,bna,usr.f. .- The
Sold by druggists 75 cts. of the most distressing cases. If
pineapples, promiscu-
The Spanish government is. Hall's Family Pills are the best. you need a medicine you should 1I.tn..uI- .
.buying large supplies of horses, ously together in the coffee have the-best. At druggisth: 50cts :)
belt some five thousand feet and'$1. You may have a sample >ti Kind
mules and provisions in New Among Secretary Alger's
bottle and both sent APafectRemedyforConstipa-
:. pamphlet,
Orleans and other Southern above sea level, and oranges visitors Monday were Senators free-by mail upon receigt.of three tion.Sour Sto ch.Dlarrloea.,

ports.? grow with rubber down to the Pasco and Mallory of_Florida, 2-cent stamps to cover cost of WormsConvutsionsYeverishncss and Loss OF SLEEP. You Have

coast. Oranges thrive in the who are hurrying the War Department postage on the bottle. Mentionthe ..

Congress has recognized Cu- state of Sonora, and along {he to push the fortifica- Florida Semi-Weekly Advocateand Tic Simile Signature of Y
send address to Dr, Kil SfJf* -
ban independence and the: coast through nine states,to the tion work on the Florida coast. mer & Co., Binghampton, N. Y. NEW 7jj'Ct46f&y Always Bought.
President now has the entire i state of Vera Cruz. There are They also asked that the War The proprietor of this paper guar

question in his hands. What in other antees the genuineness of this offer.
quite some oranges Department allot to the citizensof i r

he will do is a question of great states not in the orange belt the State, particularly those Special.Notice. CISTDRIA

importance., proper. The bulk of accessible along the coast, a quantity of The offise:: of the FLORIDA SEMIWEEKLY OCACT: COPT-WSAEPEB,

-- % production is in the states of small arms for use in equippingsuch ADVOCATE is now equipped .,
Government statisticians .
estimate that has Sonora, Jalisco and Vera Cruz.It of the militia as may be for first-class job printing it ;.,';"':': ....--- ..,' '" "'; .";'.' 'n.TWC-,-..";adTAull::'.:_';.'COMPANY.:,.,:.i.KKW-VOMH.:..< .";- .__'."
more money has never been Before. We have
is estimate
impossible to without these requisites of
already gone into the Klondike added to its equipment in this department -
even approximately the total defense. As Florida promisesto I
region than has come out of it. new presses, new type,
orange production in :Mexico, i be a theater of hostilities in
In that, as in other gold I and a line stationary suitable -FORFIRSTCLASS -
which might reach 3000 cars, event of the authorities
fields, about four out of every war, to any kind of work. We can
six men who invest in the lot though nearly half is inac- evidently fear the invasion of print anything\ required, n.nd guar JOB PRINTING
cessible to transportation. The antee to turn out work that will
small from
tery draw blanks. I marauding parties please the most fastidious: and BRING YOU, WORK TO THE OFFICE OF THE .
state of Jalisco has shippedsome ships along the immense stretchof
critical of patrons. Don't send
The Congregational Education six hundred or more cars i coast, and feel that some elsewhere for your work, but giveus FLORIDA S1JEMI-WEEKLY: I.{. ADVOCATE

Society announces that the in 1890! of which 500 cars were means should be devised of an'opportunity to show you
what we can give : in -
trustees of Rollins' College, transported to railway on the protection from them. prices.

-. Winter Park,' Fla., have arranged : backs of burros and mules from To Care Con-Upatlor forever. -- WE PRINT .

for the payment of its thirty to more than one hun- \Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Take Cascarets Candv: Cathartic. lOc or 23c.
If C.C.C.rail to cure,druggists refund money CARDS, r TAGSUHECI'P'
debt of $20,000of which 80} dred miles. i ,
per The Best Salve in the world for .
The fruit costs the owner fcdurato Tour liowvla With Callt"aretA.< LABELS
cent ,is to be paid or raised by Bruises: Sores Ulcers Salt Candy Cathartic, cure constipation( forever. '. I
nothing, in most places, as the Cuts, t 10c.25c.::; If C.C.C.fall drurcists refund money. TICKETS, c BLANKS,
the trustees themselvesand] the trees are never pruned nor cultivated Rheum,Fever Sores,Tetter, Chapi ENVELOPES, ;" CIRCULARS,

balance is pledged by a wealthy but grow wherever the i ped Hands, Chilblains, Corny, und J. F. P. McMUKBY, BILL HEADS, i STATEMENTS

( manufacturer of Naugatuck, seed happened to come up in all Skin Eruptions, and positively : .INFANCY NOTE HEADS, i j LETTER HEADS;

J Conn., who has also pledged the coffee plantation, except in I:urea Piles, or no pay required. I'' GROCERIES ETC.,' ETC.ETC.. '

an annual payment of 11,500 some parts of Jalisco, where I is guaranteed to give perfect sat .

for five years.Representative. trees have received some at- I isfaclion or money refunded. Price -.' --i--KEEP-:-: -=- WE MENTION THE IMPORTANT ..
tention of late years, having
been leased by packers and spec- 125 cent per. 00%. .. The Best and Freshest Stock In Town. /Skilled Printers '

Hull of Iowa, ulators."Gainesville Sun. >'': !:- dale at J. L. Gaskin's Drug TRY ME.-

chairman of the House com- Store. REQUISITES ...-.- I j Good Paper I

mttee on military affairs, has. On the 'war question the EDWARD MDDLETON, -TO-

introduced Administration Tampa Herald : "It will A pleasant innovation at the 4: Presses, ..
an says Successor 1 -
to Andrews&Mlddlenon.
bill authorizing the Presidentto be -ccrnb time before our soldiers Omaha Exposition will be a *GOOD WORK: \ Type: i n :. _....;\

issue a call for volunteer Jo.ale sent to Cuba in any bureau of courtesy. Nearly all PROPRIETOR OF end ;- -

the number of 60.000 or'70,000 numbers. It will take monthsto the people of the city will be ...
Starke \
Livery Feed and Sale
1. Ink.
enrolled in committee. Ev- ,
Twill and drill volunteersinto
men. be considered at organize
face by the committee, its such efficiency as to meet ery member will wear a badge, s
333: = WE
the and visitors will be at libertyto
Spanish successfully.Np r
passage expedited as rapidly army
American has address any one who wears We Solicit Trial Order. Satisfaction Guaranteed. -
., as possible, and will take effect ( ever NEN AND SECOND-HAND BUGGIES:; (I TERMS a
L commanded than division the badge and ask for infor- AND!)HARNESS FOR SALE. 11 STRICTLY CASH. ,
.immediately upon the Presidents more a Office in Postoffica Building. Call and See Us ; _
in the field. The to mation. The members, on the --- -
approval. The first call way -

will be for the organized militiaof conduct a war against Spain in other hand, will be pledged to THE DO YOU WRITE .

the different States. Cuba is to take a port and hold treat the visitor courteouslyand NEW YORK i

it. throwing into the island an answer his questions, or WORLD, IF SO WRITERIGHT. .

\The Kansas City Times says:]abundance of arms, munitions, put him in the way of getting I

"The plain everyday people of provisions, clothing and money, them answered. The idea is J THEIOE-A-WEEK EDITION.
and let the Cuban forces
the United States hold that a
being generally commented
the the up-
war during summer
nation is like when it 18 Pages a Week .
a man which
; season. This would be the on as a novelty, indeedit

has received an insult and a cheapest and best way, and it is; but why wait for the 156 Papers a Year

blow it is high time to fight. is not improbable that it wouldbe exposition to put it into practice 3!

Furthermore, people unham- unnecessary to do more than and why let it drop after FOR ONE DOLLAR. d

pered by books feel that for a have our own army in readi- wards?
ness to go to the island." Published every Alternate Day except Sunday.
nation like this to sit idly by

and watch,cowardly barbarians The Times-Union and Citizen Clean Beauty blood means Is Blood a clean Deep.skin. No The Thrice-a-Week Editionof -

like the Spaniards torture and beauty without it. Cascarets,Candy Cathartic TIlE NEW YORK WOULD is ;
says"If one roan in fifty be clean your blood and keep it clean, by
starve wretched noncombatants, stirring up the lazy liver and driving all impurities first among all weekly" papers I fur Bradford and Sur-
taken for the shall have am Sub-Agent
war we from the body. Begin to-day to : -
in size of
frequency publication -
almost within shot of ,
cannon banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads '
double the army needed to and that sickly bilious complexion by taking J and the freshness, rounding Counties for this Celebrated -
its boundaries, would amount Cascarets,beauty for ten'cents. All druggists 1
drive Spain halting home. All and variety of its
to national of ,satisfaction guaranteed, IOc,25c,50c. accuracy Typewriter. ..1
: a compounding cannot win laurels in Cuba or contents. It has all the merits ,

crime." on the deep, but the man who Some patriotic foreignborncitizen of a great $6 daily :at the priceof Can't I Sell You One ? T. R.. HODGES,
a dollar weekly. Its political -
President McKinley not only remains at home may easily who announces himself is SUB--AGENT.

trusted General Lee's wisdom prove as patriotic, as wise and to be on the shady side of fifty, accurate news and prompt impartial, complete as all its, -- ,- .... .J '
if' brave as he who bleeds or dies writes to one of the New York
fond discretion and admired his readers will testify. It is r tJ
for his The -
country. gloriesof declaring that he is the and for The aitoli. S .
courage but foresaw that if peaceful life be eclipsedby papers against monopolies t rln.g Out
trouble were to'arise at Havana may ready to enlist under the foldsof the people. well said that manners make the i
those of the battle field,.but )
It prints the news of all the ; ,\ TJfis nua.but the more solid ingredient of J I
' the and and tP J
stripes (
the presence there of a distinguished they are not less valuable to '\ character is also necessary to a true '.
Democrat and Ex- the country and.humanity." to freely pour out his life upon world, having special corre- I fi, I7,1"'JJ 'fl. ,l-, type of manhood. If a man has these both,
spondence from all importantnews 1f i J; '0\ and also has the good sense to dress well( f:
Confederate as tjie chief representative the altar of his adopted land in points on the globe. It 't!.' I k; he will find the "latchstring out" for him t R
1 I was reading an advertisement defense of the principles of h : all over the world. -
of Republican has brilliant illustrations, '
administration would have a of Chamberlin'a Colic, Cholera f1 human liberty. This leads us ,stories by great authors, a capi- ; -
and Diarrhoea in In Material Style Fit, Finish, and Gentle-
Remedy the tal humor x
to observe that there has never page, complete mar- ...
most wholesome effect upon manly effect, you should order your tailore -
Worcester Enterprise recently I kets,departments for the household hg of ; 1
been a crisis in the history of "
9 ,
.. public opinion in the United ,which Jeads me to write this. I and women's work and s p M. BORN & GO., 1
: States. How well the this country when the valor of J.4 t
foresightof can truthfully say I never used any other special departments of I The Crest Chicago MerchantTaflors ,

the President has been justified -. remedy equal to it for cole and its foreign-born citizens has not unusual interest. .. ,, ra t+ Ht+ Ht For over 20 Years the Leaders In the Custom\ Trade. You can get*"BORN"Suft or Ont'C04tI
by events all the world diarrhoea. I have never had to proved itself equal to the We offer this unequaled I: '* less money thaw.is usually paid for inferior'
;tyt' goods and t ilbrlJlJr
sternest test-of duty and newspaper and THE FLOCIDA : FIT AJfO FINISH CL'ARA.ti3'EED.
knows. than
General Leo is now a use more one cr two doses to i -!. .
V s SEMI-WEEKLY ADVOCATE together TfcrMTtMrfrwl Cfcpfe*8mftt to l IHIrOmr -
cure the worst case \\ith myself or riotism. 1 .' ,
national 1 hero; and he belongs I 1L ON :
: children.-W. A. St!on'), popomoke In I one year for $1,50 !. .
to the ItfortST aa well as to ,the Md. 1 1io-.o-c for PJfty C..nta.desraaLcd I The regular ssl' scHitcti: '' ;-- f_ ,.....
". City, For sale.: by J.I. tOf:1: : : a "'- _""" .. t -...._!"':::.... .. .. -
; tip!sr4t cnm. EKS :$k '::Ms ; -- _. "'I1I iIf'
; : q".c"
-: :;Bouth. ,-Chicao Times-Herald. L. GaskSns. : astr'f_'; sec.:' :f 'AR;r da zc'-!j.ru.-_ ", _"';"-v 1II +vpa.: fffl ,.OO' y : r h".i.""" ;: _. ___' ____...:..,


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JIi. Tobacco in Florida. RAILROADS. '.. RAILROADS.

: If the world has any doubt CANDY .

J as" to the profitable growing of CATHARTIC F. C, ft P. SIIORT,LINE FLORIDA CENTRAL i PENINSULAR R.: Rr' .

tobacco jn Florida and South ,

z 1 Georgia, a pamphlet recently NORTH EAST WEST to Florida and Northern Air Line and Florida Try Lte.!

issued by the Plant System TIME TABLE IN EFFECT. JAN. 23, IB:+3.

DEPARTURES AKD\ iEBlYAlS' OF TRAINSSTARKE :to"'" 34 +J:8 3 1 ;XI t i j
should that I 35
finally dispel Qn. } CURE CONSTIPATION Dally Sun Ddfly Daily Dally Daily NOKTHEHS POI TS Dads ryiD"iTil&jll&jno : f t
certainty. It gives the names IXSUD Stn ; ; -J "L-

FLA. 1210p 400p...... 815a ...... 8 OOp'.Lv: ..... lcL.nv11er! ? 9ISa;. : ; : ....
: of the farmers who have ...... 448p ..... 855a ...._. 840pLv.: ..... Yulee... .Ar. .....? 5 B4cC.*..*..j t925p8555.835t: !' 5 Icaf...
IOC NO. 10.dally leivea 2:18 p. m., for all -.. ::5201... .,. 930 ...... lop-Ar ... Fernandina.Everett. ... Lv. ......1 .. : ; ....
I : grown the crops, the acreage, ftTZSC point North and West connecting at Jacksonville -- lOp eiop750p ...... 10 OM ...... .. ...... .:. ...Ar. : 800"1.. .....".::1 G4ep!f'i1(1'' 83C.CINCINNATI ......
Y SOc- with through sleeper,for New York Slop ...... ...... ...... --3 ..... wick..L1'. 543. ... 34Ot ...... ......
i ( the processes and the profits DRUGGISTSm Cincinnati and ali intermediate points. 3-tip357p: 855p" ... ... isiir: ...... :, r .....Savannah.. .... 932a: 61']:....... 4otl; I 1 ......
NO. 14 leaves:: 5:12'a. m. daily for same ...... 5 OOp:12 13p2tKp! ......1220" Lv..Savannah. Ar sta 5CWU303U 65t.; 435r..... ......
enabling the farmer at a: distance poiuts earned above, carrying through sleeper ...... ..._ 833p ...... 2<*a Ar.....Fairfax. S.C..Lv... ...... : 530: 4L51.: ... .._....
...... ......
New York
Tampa and intermediate points to i0 ; ......
judge with all certainty connecting at Jacksonville with trains from ...... ...... ..1q.! ...... .. ;,, .... ...... ....., _..... ., ....... ......
A. A. JOHNS Macon Atlanta. Chattanooga and all points lup ...... 445all ...ColumbiaS... 330J I247a .....USf-u:. .. ......
for himself and presenting north and west. also with trams for west .73i..4. .... ...... 5a Spartanburgr.. S, C.. '. ...... sop ..... ..1.. ..h........... .. .
Florida. Pens.acola. Mobile. N ew.Or1 ;:.us.Texas .... ... ... 145p9KS. .A..bEvUe..X.ll... :0.1.{ ..... .... .... ...:..
-t an array of facts his. own -STARKE, FLA.., Mexico and California points. .... ...... .... .. .. ...Cbarlotte.N.C.. .. 400a,10a>lS3.1 > .... 3yss ...... ,
" NO. 13 leaves 11:59 p. m. with connectionfrom 12 42u ...... ...... UWp ...... 1C47UI210j .. ...S.lisiury.N.C.4' : ......Id17a...... ..
efforts could not procure except all and divisions. Through sleeper 207a318a,...... .....1041 .,.... > ...Greensboro.; N. C., 135a 737' ... :c-) ..._. ..n.......
points .
i. Staple and Groceries York. ...... ......1201 ...... SUp\ .. ....Danville.va... 1220a 9.( .. .. 5SOi ...... ...... .
t, at enormous expense. D8 aler.at s'' Fancy from NO.New 9 leaves 10:58a.m.: with through sleep- ....... ...... ......COOa15Sa ........625p .U. ....Richmond. Va.. .. ... 120UL: ... ... 400... ...... ...... -
4 used I et connections from all points north west and ,59a....... ...... ...... 340p530p ..Lyu b.burg. Va... aajp853p 405p227p .. :34th ..... .....
Photographs are to. 645a..3. aa. ., ..Chariottesville.. 27p..155.. .. ...
all points In the state. 1)4.) .. 642' ...... '. ...Washington.. .. .. .... .. ...... ......
6 001115
Country Produce Ftc. For the bestmap of the slate, sleeper or ""' '''' 925pI123p !n4:;'I
', elucidate the text, and the other Information call on or write to JllBullSp; ... .... 800a.! .. ..... : .....Baltimore.. ... 5(OOp 912J7&a ... \.... ... .. ... ...
17 D.GREEN Agent.Starke ............. 10 I5u1243p. ..... 256a .. ....Philade'phta.... 230p ; ... ...... .
grower is generally allowedto When Fla. 353p .............. ...... 623.1 .... .....New York..... 12 lOp 1 S15-. ...d.f. 1'... .... ...
set out his experience in in want of Good Goods at Reasonable Prices give me a N, S. Pennington. T. M. HOOD ........ 9 OOp ...... 3 Oop ..__:....ltnrtnn.l2Qm 5'JOP' .. 00. ..... ....

Call. I will make it to your advantage. A. O. MacDonell Jacksonville G. P.A. Fla. : -J.\CKSONVIt.LE. A I N.S.INo. bOUTH AinA WJ.l': r;os.r > ...
his in .
own language and the -' & 13 Dally\ FLORIDA D N Yor: T&14:5&10;
Macou. Atlanta
J Dally940p ORI. .l\S. Dail; Daily
termes. This Chattaaoo, Cia-
plainest : -
pamphlet g o cinnati, Chicago. M 0 ... .. 800a i Lv..Fernand!.na..1r .... .. -SOp
on "Tobacco Growing"is U) ES'rA.aLS: > :1.ees.- OU The A. S R. & G. R. R. d Toledo .Detroit. ::) f ? .. Olin;,Lv. \aUaban..Ar..... COfI )'
Cleveland Louis.P : Jacksouvllle .3(13 35SSp
W 0 Z
a gem of its kind, and the St. lOap / Ar.. .....Bdlawtn.Lv S4Sa512u 3 lup
.. .. .....
1159p1058a .Starke
: ; 216p
conclusion reached is R. 'V. DIXON & SON 1233a'11.Za ....... .
one DZ 8! Inat' SOOpLv.- Jacksoaviae.-Ar. Saga 9 30p Waldo. 4:a Ieip1029d
Trains 10 Ar"...'Everett..Lv. 630a | I ... ...
and Arrival of lip 630p..1219 1:501'
which every Floridian houldbe Q L1a Departure 4JOp 300a ......Macon.- 1 lOa 830 W GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS 745p 510a ...._Atlanta... .ArLv. 1055p0JOp 525a 12i1a1I:13o! "...na"tt.orol8: ..." 344a 106p
.. ..
anxious to circulate far and m .... 630- ........Atlanta..... Stt.a :2 04a 12 40pI ".'". Citra. .._...\' 304: 1240?
Nto ...... 9 50e .. cbattunoojja... G lop .U Wp . 18p "Silver Srrlns.." ...... 1 I2 02?
wide: 190 and 1UO Duane St. New York. STARKE FLORIDA. ...... 73t'r ...Cincmniti.... 1300 113t.la,, 2R5a: \ 13:1p ..... ...Oc..a. ....":. :=0a1l47*
p. 4 10:1 2 2Sp "...WUdwood.... 1:i(1\i lBfsa
"The experiments of tobacco w NO- 1 daily, leaves 7 a. m. for LaCrosse. ASHEVILLEIOL"fE 53"30,21Leesbur,! ; ....,' 1I ''p1016a!
C Brinkley and intermediate points. This train! Pullman Sleeper between Jacksoaville, Cin 6 IS-a'! 3 24p ...... ..Tavare: ...... lO cOpj DO:
the Plant tr Southern Fruits fG connects with the G. S. &F.: at Sampson ... ... j
, growing along System Vegetables a Specialty. aLrJ Cincinnati and Chicago. I 0 10i> 4 sop... Orlando a 8;30*
Ir Junction for Palatka. Macon and intermediate 3 43p| 5 lip Winterl'ark.." .. .15P1 74dts
' $vvpn v........JacksonvilleSavannah....... Ar910uru .
show that from $200 to m points. ;' .. .. .... 509a1311p '. St.Cr.t.ht.'riu .." :Ir.DIU: ;
" ISam'Lv.-, ... ....Ar| 500amLv ..
re Make a Specialty of Strawberries UHl Peaches NO- 3 Satur ays and Sundays only. Leaves 53::. .... ..." '
-t .. .. .. .. t I.alp 1I r> "
$400 per acre may easily be m Tln.ou hoot the Entire Tear.Q > I 5:3u: p.m. for LaCrosse Brinkly and Intermed- 11 4 ,l5am'Ar,..aIDjAr.)' ... .. Spartanburg.Hendersonvtlle'Columbia ..v... ....Lv t:4.aml 53'pm 553a!! p .... ..DadeLacMrehee.CMy..... i04I [ 9941& .
late ,connecting at Sampson Junction. ... .
3: : points 7 OOa 4 37p .l.laut.Clty. 9 *42
.. ... ..... *
made with tobacco by all who : REPI.cE.-Ir\"jllg National Bank, Nl'wYork, and Commer.a :i for N3.Palatka.5. second Macon cU.ss.and Leaves intermediate Starke points.4:00 a.m. 1.45pmAr l 45pm,Ar... ......AshviUe! ... ... ..Lv.Lv 205pm 300pm 8 10.1 5:2op .....Tampa.. ..." BlUpt! Sft'%
.will give the ordinary : clal Agencies.N t'f : for LuCrosse. Brinkley and intermediate SKpmAr.......Hot Springs.. ... ..Lv 11 iG;m No.22: No. 2W >TEIUilJl"L.lo100! i
crop 7'Up&Ar..Knoxvilie..Lv 25am: Datly'Daily. i !ND\twoat.g.ta3: iDsdy
'points. This train Is dally except Sunday. ....... ........ \
45oam -
Ar. .Lexington. .Lv.Lv 1015pm900aai -
attention. This, too, in clear VTRITE: FOLK wT>r' CJL9 STSJs.TI'9. ErC.:: N I NO. 2.arrives arrives at Starke Starke 12li 9:30/p. m. daily.Satur. 74Oam|.\ .... .....Cincinnati.. .. ... 13tJprr.\\ 513p; 925a Lv.. JacksoaviUe.! Art i--752p3i .....
NO 4. at at : p. m. SSOamLv.S45pm .... .... ... .. !00p'll25a1235p2I3p: r..LakeCity.' Lv! 55V......
money, after paying all costs days and Sundays only. .. ..Ctneiuauu.. nri duupm. !; ..Live Ouls...." :> .. .. .
KO- 6- second class, arrives at Starke.! 5:30 p. Ar. ... hlC.rgO...........Lv830aniLv. ( ., ,, 1\.1'\
-".'hoolt-.1 ".. ..Madison...." 4y0p 1... .
As high as $500 per acre m. Daily except. Sunday. .. .. ..-... Biff Four. 4 40a.1! 233p430p: "V "....Montleello...." I *>p!......
LEJ.\I.tUEL S JP"J GEO. TOMPSETT. Gen. Supt.! ,! inemnati..Ar 6.i5pm 151:001: 3:0h..Tallabas.ee.:: ... .'. 213p|1......
been made ......... I
have and
600pmAr..C Lv\ 830am
experiments : Starke Fla. 825\.1 *.. ...Qulncy. ..... 119......
ARTHUR.MEIGS.: Gen. Mjr. Route. 11411-.1. 5 lop: "..River Jnucuoa. .1 El 1 ....
are now under way in Jacksonville, Fla. COam' v..Cincinnati.... Ari 600pm .. ... ".. .Peoi-acuia ." I 4CVi!......
awtey, Fla., :500pmAr..CMeagu..Lv'IOOJam' : .......tllOUp I ."...Mobile... .. 173Ua.',::2:0'!. .. ...
.. the southern part pf the Penn rlvIlIIIB. { .i 740:1 .New Orleans ..* 745p t. ..1.

Through Car Line. ST. LOUIS. LOUIS\"JLL.r. JACIISOX-

more than this limit proba- LIVERY AND FEED STABLES. TIME CARD NO.25. No. 36 No. 33 VILLE THROUGH SLEEPKK.: :

.. ... ...
..... .
ble. n .Jack.-.ulvle. 5.un
The crop is a sure one, Iu effect on and after Nov. 7. 00pm Lv.. .... Jacksonville. .... Ar. 8 Mam630uu: ID11pmAr.Everett.t.VpI.iJILV. ... .. .. Lv a Iatu
10 I4prc: .*. ........ Everett. ........Lv. ) 300am '" ... .. ...Macoa: .. ...... '. IlMtnt
being at" such seasons Finest No. No. 3. 3 Jo. 2 No. 4 ......... ......... ..
Turnouts i in the City. I. 530am Atlanta .. 10a5pm 5 2>iam .. .. .....Atlanta .. ...... ** 10r';;;
Daily ex. Daily. STATIONS. Doily ex. Daily. 1145am ... ...Birmingham .... Fzn 6 pOpm .... ....Chattanooga; .. .. .. 6
of the year when there is no Sunday. Sunday. 930pm "' ..... ...Memphis. ..... to ;503pm730pm .........LexinRtou... .... UH.IUr11\... ,
1000am ..... .. ....... ..4 .. .... ... .. ::
Springfield **
Lv. am. Lv. Ar. am. Ar. Louisville. 1133:01
frost Drummers' Teams pm. pm.
More than this Short Notice. ..
danger. on Draying a Specialty. ...... .. .. ..
720 300 t..Gainesville... 1100 100 S3apm KansasCitv. .... 40in- 12am .......St. LouK! ....... 91 :.1.l

it.is a crop which commands 730 727 310f..Mlnnlellill.3 15 Cannon's Xing...lose 1055 653 650 This train will commence running! Wednesday Janaary 19th.

ready always the buyers Prompt attention given to all orders. 735 3201. .Rocky Point.. 1050 645 SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.Nos. .
money .
750SCO Wacahoota 10 40 630 31 and 32. NEW YOUIC and FLORIDA LI5UTED VESTIBULE, between New YorU!
being willing to take it at r 3;5t..Flewellens..1030: 620 Jacksonville and St Aou:: >tne.
805 350t.-.ClyaU's .... 1023 615 Nos. 35 and 361o'ust.
Mail. Sleepers between New York and JacksoavUl" and
the Clncla[
a cash value in the field and Worse Than War. Beats the Klondike.Mr. 810 355.... ..Kirkwood. 1010 610 nati Sleeper via Asheviiie. .-
... .....
815 400t Elmore. 1005 6 05 Nos. 37 and 38 carry through Sleepers between Jacksonville: and New York in connection
assume all the risk curing. During the four of A. C. Thomas, of Marys- 811IO t..Tacoooa..l000 600 with 8 and 13 and 5 and 10 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tan.pa.
;years 820 955 555
410t..Tarlor.s. No. :35 carries the Cincinnati
and Florida Limited with the Tampa,Cincinnati,St.Loub! anl
-Thus it is to see that ville, Tex., has found a more valuable 825 415t....Micanopy .... 950. 550 Kansas City Sleepers. These are brought to Jacksonville by No 33. .
easy Varwhich enlisted ...
our Civil discovery than has been 835 425f..TuscawiIla. 940 543 Nos, 1 and 2 carry the J ucksoavllle and New Orleans Sleeper.
tobacco production in Florida yet 837 4 30 t.Lake Simonton. 935 540 tDaily except Sunday. Daily: except Saturday and Sunday. (This train does not
and affected more people made in the Klondike. For years 8 42 4 35 t.... Hickman... 9 30 f>35 I Monday. Sunday: and Monday only. Connections at Tampa for St. Petersburg. Manatee run
offers to-day more advantagesto 847 440 t....Southside .... 925/ 530 River and Key: West and Havana steamers Steamer "Manatee, for all points on Manatee,
than other conflict he duffered untold agony from con- 852 4 45 t..Dungarvan .... 920 525 river. AtStarkeforLaCros.se.! At Waldo steamer for Melrose. Connect at Ta'ltieasMe .
any ever 902 5oot..Inine...... 910 515 for Carrabelte. St.Marks .
the average homeseeker sumption, accompanied l hy heuivjr- ... .. Apalachacola. Connects at lilvcr Jiraction for ChattaboocLtt
than two hundred ... Fort Drane. .... .... River steamers. Connects at Ocala for Homosa a. Connects at Fernaadinu for Cumbev-
than any other crop: to which waged-less rages; and was absolutply cured Ar.am Arpm. Lv.am. Lv.pmt.telegraph land Route Steamer to the Islands and Brunswick.
and thousand deaths stations All baggage will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be bold at the city ticket!
., he c.in give his time and attention fifty by Dr. King'sew Discovery for f.-flas; stations.J. office,20.Hogan Street as well as at the Union Depot ticket office.
direct result of and bids. V. BUNCH, Gen. Pass. Agent.V. 1C \\'. CAMPBELL Pu Agent. J.E. M4KSIIALL
occurred ginger
as a Coughs J. HERLO O. Gen. Man. ,
and has follow
t one only to He declares that gold is of little Ticket Agent 202 MV-t Bay St., corner Hogan, Ja-ksonvillp, Fla.
in the WALTER G. COLEMAN, General Traveling Ageut, Jacksonville.
rl ensuing pages The government reports vulue in comparison with this 'ASK A. O. MacDONX ELL, Gem Pass.: Agent.
to find absolute proof of'the marvelous cure; would have it,

correctness of this statement." shows that the number of even if it cost a hundred dollars a FOR "..

Times-Union and Citizen. Union soldiers killed in battle bottle. Asthma, Bronchitis and
\\vas67.012: died of wounds; all throat and lung affections are TICKETS ,

"Edwin who 43,012: total deaths, 110,024.On postively cured by Dr. King's I
New Discovery for Consumption.Trial r
the Confederate side the VIA Railway'
lives: a hermit life in the bottles free at J. L. Gaskins .. .

-house Warren where Dr. total number of deaths is .
near Drugstore. Regular size 50 cents
popularly estimated at less and $1.00. Guaranteed to
iltn.R.. Baker was shot, hasa cure or

; One of the than 140,000. But these price refunded. -
hobby. _
and best of 250.000 persons were killed- J Ja1nvi1iT
prettiest pieces Latest
reports from '
starved to death. The -
:road, in Maine passes in front not gold-producing section of the r'

of his retreat. It has been miseries of slow death by
States warrant the !i
built Mr : who starvation are unspeakable.Miss NORTH, EAST AND WEST.
,:. by McIntyre, belief that the gold mined in
for the last 23 years has been Clara Barton, who is this country in 1898 will .
.7 picking up the rocks and doing exceed by many millions that THEJITI&KIWI

"t. l tones near his home and work of organized government of.last year or of any year in Washington and Southwestern Limited t f. .

:) pounding them into pebbles, in trying to relieve the the memory of the present And the United States Fajtni iltsl..t\ 1 i

; :. which he has put in the high- unimaginable horrors of fani- generation. Similar reportscome

way. In 23 years' time he tie in Cuba; declares that from other parts of the C 21 EOUB3 JACKSONVILLE TOT WASHINGTON.ONLY "

lias pounded 900,000 stones from October last to January world and justify the belief 27 HOURS JACKSONVILLE TO SE* T02lCaZld !

"':*and made them for 500,000 human beings died The
,, ready that the 1898 will shoyT?
from starvation in that desolated year Vcstttralod Train e)rtipn.Ad of Latest ImororM Pullman 8b-pia f Car gaff RottlTHROUGH Dta
... road use. The town authorities a L larger gold production than Jacksonville ic;Cars through.without change to Wtahiagton.FhiiaJolyhia. .Baitiinure.
and hapless island. In .Nevr York duI! E&sL
value of
i recognizing the that of any preceding year.CASTORIA. Tampa andIrey
other words in onesixteenthof
. the 'work, for years have compensated ,

\'1 the man by giving the time starvation has 'VestRailvay PULLMAN DRAWING-ROOM SLEEPING CARS BE. .
ended in silence the of _
:. him his road 'tax. He estimates agony _

: that he has placed on more than twice a; many livesas For Infanta and Children. A North. 4 Through .5Ie:;I:1l: Cars Daily Jacksonville to

'; the road 20 cords of thesemanufactured were snuffed out during a The Kind You Have Always Bought. Cincinnati via Asheville Tircuzh the?

four years' war in this country. and ,/
stones. Other
.. : LAND OF THE SKY." .
Bean the .
towns might Warren Grant, in concession to the South LineThrough J
envy .
argument of superior persons Signature of # Tnr dabLned Infonwu'J' in to rates, tw.r-edale*. alc I <+ptae ear rvwrnttoai, *tc.. fctto
?+ such a faithful roadbuilder.- I ta/agent of the Uocxiuauf EAIHTAT or I lu connections.

Rockland (Me.) Star.In I who are sticklers for observing the .,
r established rules under all cirjumstances J. D. Mackay, for many L. A. SHIPilANi Florida Ptaa. Agrt 312 West Bay Street, JacksonTtll. Eta.J. .

18G5 four ConredJt and in dealing years the leading millionaire HEARTof If. OULP. W. A. TURK 8. H. HABDWIO:,

weary railroad in the West TraOo( Mausjcw. 0..". Pv a Agt.. Ant.Ou.P..... Xet.
Jt crate soldiers returned to Tal- with all subjects that IissRarton's magnate WasMazton.; D.a Wa4- '1114COu. D.
recently applied for work in May 2, 1807.
estimate of the .
lahassee footsore and desitute. -
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fTliey entered into au agree- ber of deaths from starvationin Anderson, Ind., factories. He ,'. . .--T .-. ,-.-. -I.- .-. .-.-. -. .-.-. I . . ..--y

months stated 'is has lost 5000.000; death has FLORIDA. POMONA NURSERIES .
t 1ent to go to the next war the three _
claimed his wife and
j' 1.t9 'ther. One. of them exaggerated. Still, such per- daughter; O NEW CATA1898 1
he is penniless and homeless .

.1. s. brought a musket home from sons will certainly not wholly and wants to a new start, Write the General Passenger WILL BE KEADT TO HAIL EC OCIOBE1r. !

the war, and when the Maine discredit her declaration that. get Agent for information.: .
in life. His son has accepteda One party wrl'.e a. follow* of ocr ity c Ulogr -
fl: '. was destroyed ho looked p Spain is trying to accomplishby W. B. COPIH Gw'l Snpt.G.D.lCKERLYGea'IPass.. e: "WlJ1 you please seed IDe e copy ofyemrTtiiuable T .;:w:
position as brakeman on a tic Natttrf Ca al.ae. I had a copy. but. : -d'.
hi3 old musket cleaned and starvation what she has Agt bare icaufd it. I And eo many hatuntlat' t '
))1 railroad. Mackay is past 50 .. thing in it that I d* aot wish to I* _sliLaut i.
i I" "loaded it, and every time exatlngnew3 failed to accomplish by war. JACKSONVILLE copy." e
. years ofage.Skin 'Oar new 1898 Catalogue will ceUla! all the '
about the trouble Then if all these reports, of new feature of toe t!oil takebeside.n.u/ t

, between.the United States and famine and its indescribable Photographic ones. ally VIew.Itlaktratei We ofler_lit a alt mtmy line' .-o( .

Spain is received he puts another cities are not to be discredited Diseases. MfOICll'T Fruit iioaticraplaaUaj.and Ornamental Trees Catalogue ud brow Free.rUwc A a4pte4to ru. ;

I ;' charge into the old the question is: What are THE GRIPPING BROS. CO.. t
gun. For the speedy and permanent cure oftotter t ndPaach M..,PrefIt.. .

t'j ...' The barrel is' quite half lull, the American people ''going fc salt rheum and eczema Cham T TIIEITMEMT( h far Swttttera Pianlhty. ..'OMOlrA XURSLYIZ3, MACCZZUTJtA.JOB ... f

he if he doesn't i do to this terrible berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. is
stop .
and says .. _
r"j without an equal. It relieves the itching I- Oft TRill '\ .
have to go to the front, he will scourage of bpanish rule at and smarting almost instantly and \ PRINTINGBring o.. ..... HAVE:: WO AGS5ST* '

; doors? its continued use effects a permanentcure. f-! .; bet iMj! (em ""if fi trrX
.f i 'touch off the Fourth of their very It also cures itch barber's itch L. To Any Reliable Man. f"''1'4-4. .. t ...rS So-J:,'J'" :o.1r'.
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...;.... Gainesville Sun. scald head itching Varraloos .1' LaaI>*and ODe monthsensee f Wt,... .1
'. "ulv. sore nipples piles of rare pov...rtU. t. aat on UlaJ.wtMont iL to THE AuVOCATE office ..: .1:1o:t w:: !A-
r Don't Tobacco!Spit gad Scad You lift 1wa,. fat'lT. 100 ef
: chapped hinds chronic sore eyes and a4atitc,nymetrf.by the nre:1fAt com 11"J la i c. '.. .., ..

s\,. !,i" .' O.As-x.wOD.' ,. netle.._To quit all of tobacco life narvand easily and Tiyor forever, take be No mac-To- granulated lids. world In.the,from trcAtcieat eleeti ot of men exee..es weak.,worry broken enerwortAe. Ota.conruted .- WE CAN DO IT- ""i.f _._.....i."..*' ;J.--.;..-..-..,.'."hfei/ f Sr33*-* r*...c"r":;:;.;.J'4-- ..........'..!..t'"l. ...

Ita tin4: Vat Haft 1Im1 iiic.the wonder-worker that nates: weak men tortlkntor U d.ppy reop<*n rrl'geeevureQ ntof all TOboat complEteres-condition. AS YOU WANT IT. r ,., : :. i 2 ; Dt ears tb stroll:. All drag:Iats,Me or 81. CUre;:unrolJl- Dr. fudy's Condition Powder for> TtwaoM of thl offer' U HnHM_ KA C. O. D. WHEN YOU WANT ITV..TRY '---:: ..--..- ,,',... .Y.1. M r.
'i !tub:, Y d.f-JZ- teed Booklet and sample free. Address horses are the best tonic. blood purifier1udvermifora. eheina; no deoeptwm; n.0: A"dre.stRlc ST.. r.lt: t'nd ,y.f :

_ rf # v I Pterilag Je rods Co., Cl l at' or New York Price. 25 certs.. Sold by ME nrni. f _i CO?64 tVPPALO.NIAGARA N.Y. US'! : ..w.t r'5:.)" I\J,:t.A4 weat: ;.t.:\.,;-.._X31;t"w:4'tU't""

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NEWSY LOCAL GLEANINGS. Negro Burglar Captured. PERSONAL NOTES.Mr. Miss Bell Corpew of Melrose, is the _' :'jijI'.:a .""" ',;..I :.;;: .=-.p"" #.:'_:_:O-...c.c.c"CC....:._._:. .........:."" c::; ..
Saturday Sheriff Denmark arrested Jerry Moore was in town Wed-. latest acquisition! to the Bradford
County ugh School._ Mia Corpewis
nesday. '
-- Julius Johnson, (colored,) boarding with Mra.A.,E. Morgan.Mr. ,
GATHEREDIN IN CITY( AND NEIGH on a charge of. breaking and enter- Judge Malphure and wife visited To CASH BUYERS jVo :
BORHOOD. Water Oak Wednesday. B. OF. Johnson, who has been ,
ing the houses of.N..T..Ritch and
working'down South'Ior the past sir:: .

ITEMS PERSONAL PERTINENT &: PECULIAR.; R. C. Heiberger in this city a few trip$r.to Percy Lawtey. JJolton Tuesday.made a pleasure- months, has returned'to this city and "\ are closing, out our .
weeks ago. has accepted a position. with Mr. U.
When Johnson was searched? the Mr. Jones, Lake Butler's marshal, D. Miner. % entire stock of. . -
Weather Forecast. .
was on our streets Tuesday. <
sheriff .found Capt. Heiber r'. Mr. M. W. Griffis has been teaching

Fair to-night and Friday. .' knife and cuff buttons concealedon Capt. TL C. Heiberger made a business Mr. Gco. Scott's department duringMr. Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Etc
,_, his This was sufficient trip to Ocala yesterday. Scott's illness. Mr. Scott is ,
'Old for sale at this office. person. / rapidly recovering and will be,at his -
paper Mrs. T. P. Wall of Gainesville, is -
proof that he was the man "wanted. visiting relatives in the city. post in a few days. In fact everything we have in

Blank mortgages for sale at this The sheriff immediately lodged Capt. C. BrinkleyManager the stock, and we will sell goods
Mr. M. A. Reich, of Savannah, Ga., '
office.If him' in the county jail. Tuesday Was on our streets Wednesday.Mr. Atlantic Lumber Company at Ward

you want to keep up with'the evening Richard's he court was and tried bound in over Judge to .. Walter G. Turpin, of Rich- City Capt., was Brinkley on our went streets down yesterday to Jacksonville At t Prices That Will Surprise Our People. :
times subscribe for-the ADVOCATE.
mond, was In the city yesterday.Mr. on the evening train. 9
Circuit Court. Tuesday night
United States troops are likelyto Johnson confessed everything to W. E. Davis made a business Mr. F. G. Fox, who has been en- A visit to our store will convince -

pass through here at any time trip to Sampson City Wednesday.Mr. gaged as night operator at this place you that we mean just "
Jailor Baisden. He said he stole
now. Edward Middleton made a forseveralweeks, left Wednesday for what we say. Respectfully,..
the knife and money from Capt. business trip to Highland Tuesday. Leesburg where he has accepted a position .
Now U, the time for the boys to Heiberger and that he entered Mr.Riteb's as day operator for the F. C. &
Capt. Edwards and brother, of
pick out a good hiding. place in the house. He told all about Lawtey, were in the city Wednesday.Mrs. P. R'y. N"W" HACKETT, .

swamp. the scuffle he had with Mr. Ritch, Mr. E. H. Mulder is kept busy visiting ..
Griffin and sister,of Hampton, .:
Blank turpentine land leases for but said he never broke into Mr.Sap"p's were shopping in the city Wednes supervision.the tobacco Mr. beds Mulder under reports his Starke., J'la. .

sale at this office. If you want house. The darkey is of day.Mrs. most of the plants in a nourishing -"" .'-' .""" .""' ........,.,. .....,.,.c:.:....
any come,and see us. rather heavy build and weighs Denham and niece, of Lawtey, condition, but a few he says, have ....- -::-:::-::.- :::s;-,.,::-. .:-.a.-- o.- -_.e--: -EEtR: -:

.about 150 pound He will have were shopping in the city Wednes suffered from the long dry spell we ....
The next excursion to Burnett'sLake
day. < have had.
the pleasure of spending the warm

will probably be run about summer months in the county jail. Mr. <:. Meland, of Valdosta, was Col. E. J. Lutterloh, Mayor of
May 4th, and it will-be an all day visiting friends in the city Wednes- Cedar Key, passed through: the city War Declared!

'affair. 'Free Pills. day. Wednesday en route to )Washington, ) _,
D.C. Col. Lutterloh went to Wash
Prof. Hercules the Bradford Send address to H. E. ilr. Bert Wall, one of our popular
your citizens, is visiting relatives ington ai a committee of one to con- L Not by the Government, but
County High School, has been appointed Bucklen & Co., Chicago, and get a young at Waldo. fer with the war department relativeto the people should be more interested -

a member of the State free sample box of Dr. King's fortifications for Cedar Key i in the war . .
Mr. S. B. Denmark, our fearless
New Life Pills. A trial will
Board of Teachers. convince -
sheriff, made a flying trip to Ocala "A word to the wise is sufficient"and

The ladies of the Episcopal you of their merits. These yesterday.Mr. a word from the wise should ---ON PRICESwl1ich .-
pills are in action and are ,
church wish to thank those who so easy M. N. Geiger, a prominent be.sufficient, but you ask, who are G

kindly assisted them in making particularly effective in the cure: merchant of Waldo, was in the city the wise? Those who know. The has been declared at -

their a success. of Constipation and Sick Head- Wednesday.Mr. oft repeated experience of trustworthy .- the store of-------- -
ache. For :Malaria and Liver W. E. Doblin of the '
a knight persons may be taken for .
Master Burton Tennant will troubles they have been proved in- grip, was in our city on business kn ,wledge. :Mr. W. M.. Terry 1 LJ.W.HODGESJWho

tender his young friends a party valuable. They are guaranteed to Wednesday.Mr. says that Chamberlain's 'Cough

to-night at the residence of his bo perfectly free from every deleterious J. -S. Griner and R. E. Fox- Remedy gives better satisfactionthan
father in 'Vest Starke. substance and to be worth of Theresa, were in the city says everything must go .
I, any other in the market.He to make room for new goods.
..The McDonald trestle ganghaye purely vegetable. They do not Wednesday. has been in. the drug businessat He is undoubtedly
weaken by their action, but bygiving.tone Mra. V. J. Shipman and daughter
finished driving the. piling for the Elkton, Ky., for twelve ;
to stomach and bowel: of Lawtey, were shopping in Ibid city years
two trestles near this place and greatly invigorate the system. Wednesday. has sold hundred of bottles of thie The Leader of Low Prices. .

have moved to Gainesville. Regular size 25c. per box. Sold remedy and nearly all other
... by J. L. Gaskins, Druggist. Dr. J. O. Haynes, our popular den- medicines manufactured Why send away for goods when
cough ,
The truck farmers are beginningto tist, made a professional visit to Wal- they can be bought just as
which shows thatChamberliu's
do conclusively '
Irish There is Tuesday. at home. -
ship potatoes. From all accounts the man captured is cheap }
the satisfac-
Mr. L. B. Collins of Maxville, has
good money in Irish potatoes; especially Sheriff Denmark Saturday ...r .
last .
accepted a position as night operatorat tory to the people and is the best. 'l.
at this season of the
year. on a charge of breaking and this place. For sale J. L. Gaskins.Mr. 5
Dry Goods, Clothing,Hats,Shoes,Trunks and Valises,
-- Vegetable shipments will have entering, and who is now in the Col. Gronto, Lake Butler's promi- J. W. White, our popular Undertakers Goods, Builder's Materials. Shelf
to start South in a short time to jail, is a professional burglar. The nent legal light, was in the city on Hardware, Farming Tools, Harness Saddlery and ,

supply tile great number of sol sheriff went down to Ocala yesterday business Tuesday.Mr. groceryman, has made considerable Bridles, Furniture Stoves, Sash. Doors, Blinds,
improvements on the side walk in Paints and Oils ALL GOING CHEAP.
diers that will be located in Florida to search the negroe's trunk E. L. Green, an influential ,
front of his store in the of
which was at a woman's citizens of Savannah, Ga., was on our way removing '
house near that city.negro In searchingthe streets yesterday.Miss ie'\"crallargc roots that had Fresh Stock of Groceries Constantly on Hand. ,

The Bradford County High in contact with .
a tendency to come
Alice Powell, of Maxville's rc
trunk the sheriff found& key one .
School has an enrollment of 9i charming young ladies, is visiting your pet corn. There are other I SELL FOR SPOT CASH, at cash prices and w'
which of
scholars. This is an unusually ring on were keys every friends in this city. places of this kind on the side defy competition.
One Plant ..
description. was a System -
-]s.rge attendance for this season of switch key. The negro also Mr. M. L. Pleyston, a firomineittraveling walks that need attending to. T :e: Oc G ::as-,

the year. Prof. Hercules is the man from Atlanta,,Ga.,was .
right man in the right place.A had two store keys in his poises- in the city Wednesday.Maj. Rheumatism Cured. Truby, Sternberg & Oo.'s old stand ,

sion. The sheriff says that he has My wife has used Chamberlin'sPain f
T. E. Bugg returned home

large gun passed through this no doubt but what the negro is yesterday from Savannah. Ga.,wherehe Balm for rheumatism with -,.,., .,.,. ."' I!!!'.,.,.,.,."" ..-.+.-.. ."""" :.:a ::a.:.. '
city Monday night en route to Key e: '-' + :: '''''_ ,-I." .
wanted in several .places for com has been on business. great relief, and I recommend itr l -

West where it will be used to pro. mitting robberies. Judge Malphurs preached an interesting as a'splendid liniment for rheu- 3#1 THE C. B. ROGERS CO.J
tect that city. The was a 16-
gun sermon at the Baptist church matism and other household use
inch bore and it took three cars to Capt. E. S. Matthews, commander in Sampson City Sunday. for.which we have found it valu- "ti IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE GROCERS .W

carry it together with its equip of Co., B., 4th Batallion, Mr. W. L. Lumkin, one of Jack- able.-W. J. Cuyle Red Creek, to zac.sorrvxrz. .. :FLA. 1u

ment. F. S. T., received a letter yesterday sonville's prominent business men, N. Y. Mr. Cuyler is one of the 1 Provisions, Grain, Hay, Flour, Grits, Meal, Etc. H i

The large canvass tent in which from :Maj. Webster. ,' Commander was in the city yesterday.Mr. leading merchants of this villageand 1 SOLE AGENTS FOR Our business confined to the mf

the revival meetings will be held of the batallion, giving E. H. Gaskin and family left one of the most prominentmen {f Fair>yaut Canning Co. Lion; Brand trade only.] Orders; froB) eon- 2aumersjieither

arrived in the orders for the company to assembleat Tuesday for Climax, Ga., where Mr. in this vicinity-'V.G.Phip- ffl solicited nor deft(
Wednesday Gaskin willeubark in business. / Canned Heats sired.
morning and will be stretched once and take some' action in pin, Editor Red Creek Herald. /iy ,
regard to volunteering. The Cap- Mr. Joseph Thomas returned to i For sale by J. L. Gaskins. Made On
the vacant lot next to Dr. E. L. Belleview yesterday. Mr. Thomas | Quotations Promptly Application. $
tain issued orders for the Companyto Miss S. E. Sweat has card in
Stewart's residence. a ,,
Mr. Lee the will remain there several weeks. """ ..
,. assemble at the Armory last column- .#iI''''i I__ .,. .,. ,.,.--::J'IiiIpr:.a++=:.:.-...cc"fJ-........eo e !!!"e"" ": w fI!::; .fl!::,:
to-day as a
arrive our
evangelistwill to-day or tomorrow :Mr. A. M. Ackerman, bookkeeperfor .
and will open the meetings night and the boys responded the Atlantic Lumber Company,_ teacher of music. Miss Sweat is a -
Sunday. nobly. Amid tremendous cheer- was in the city on business Tuesday.Mr. graduate of a Tennessee Conservatory .-4 E. W. \.
Messrs. M. L. Johns,E.E..Johns ing the volunteering began. Thir C. B. Mullane, representingGeo. of music and i is well up in all
ty-five of Florida's hardy sons W. Helm '& Co., of New York modes of teaching. We take
and Chas. of this K
y offered to fight for the flag and was in the city .business WEdnes- pleasure in recommending her to ,
on a fishing expedition to Kings-
Lake when orders are received to march day.Mr. the people of Starke as a first class -
ley We noticeda
Wednesday. the entire Company will be readyto L. Dyal, a prominent merchantof teacher. )))> -) STARI, FLA. .
of fish tied under the
buggy Waldo, was circulating among his
as they left town and wondered if go. many friends* in this city Wednes The war talk has had the effectof

back they again.would bring the same string Notice has been' given out limit- day.Mr.: S. M. Wells has moved from keeping a great many darkiesout l I Me a Specialty of Conveying Trayellng Hen to Points In Us Coutij.- .,
ed to five days in which .all pub of town of late. The'colored
Church Street into one of the cot-
If should be declared brother don't intend to be "'script. ..'
war and lic, as well as all private
premises tages near the A. S. R. the President should call on the. must be put in a first class shops. ed" as he calls it, if-he can help it,

State troops wo believe our com sanitary condition. Oar people in :Mr. D. J. McLeod Is visiting friendsat and as a consequence he is staying

pany would volunteer to the man. the past have always complied with Parrott, Ga., and perphaps some at home or in the swamp. .

The boys all seem anxious for the request of the health officer one vrlio' is dearer to him than a
every friend. Some one tried to start a rumor A11ath' ccuri1 Oil

affray. The company is now about and we feel sure,that they will do ,31Isa Loca Sweat returned home Wednesday afternoon that the Al-
t 55 and would do in the future. Should have
, strong some good so ; we from Gainesville Tuesday where she fonso had blown up the Brooklyn. ,

fighting if they hAd the chance. war our State would be in the has been spending a few days visitIng This caused considerable excite-

greatest danger of 'a fever epijleinic friends. until it found to be
Wednesday morning 265 United ment was a For Sale By .4
States regulars 1 passed through the but with! a good State, Mr. R. S. Adams, who-has been false alarm. .
and health working! at Warnell, it visiting his #
County Municipal
city en route t.) Tampa. There corps parent., Mr. and Mrs., K. L. Adams The war scare has not affected -

.. were tyro special trains ,and they enforced by the people the.dangerwould in this city. business in theTleast. Strawberries J.F.P.

passed through at the 'rate of 35 be lessened to a great extent -i :Mr. J. P;; Snpp, of Baker county, are still coming in ,and the mer- McMurry, Yn
was in the city Wednesday Mr.
miles hour ;
an disappointing several -
chants all to be rushing
: seem doing a .
Sapp and family will move to Starkein -
of the boys who stayed up all In an interview with Dr. E..L.! a few mouths.! busineu. 1

\. night to get a chance to see them. Stewart, our health officer in regard Mr. Orrin Husband, otMclro e's < GROCER ; .
e one Well, boys, put on yonr uniforms ,.: .
: Tuesday evening a squad from to the sanitary condition of. popular merchants, was in the city kiss beat T
your girl loving
the Bradford f:County Guards the town, the Doctor says if you Wednesday.: to Starkt'Orrin la frequently attracted farevel1t take down your old ,

-. 'marched over to their practice have reason to suspect your water Mr. Hewitt. Tennessee. et is in the Springfield and report in Tampa. 'T--: : :: ', FIaaOeICA.: : : .

grounds to }lr&ctrce"'sllOoting at the supply is not good, the surest and city with a drove of_ fine Tennessee .' '.

-' target. The boys did, some fine cheapest way to make water pure horses. They are in the lot in the Burg tLo c- .s'X'on..A.lie L 4 Yta Ilan ours.Ba1gtt 1

.' hooting at a distance of 200 yards. and healthful is to boil and filter rear of Ty rou's livery stables.vSll. Biguiv .dA.p.. '. One Gallon 15cts. "

I \ :' The boys all said that..tl'ey'Ish! : d it. This kills all-of: the Patho- M ..W. White,,of Jacksonville, ef I Five Gallons, 6Sets. .;:

thc' Spaniards were near where* the thenie germs and makes'the water was in the city on visit Wednesday.MJr ._ Ko-To-Bae fOr CeaU.
:! White Las Fifty
target stood. pure: Jacksonville 1 from recently this_ plnce.moved to. yea Guaranteed strong,rood tobacco cere.taUt welL cure,All makes druggist wait, ,This is the Best Oil sold in the city. .' : -.


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