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 26, 1898
Frequency: weekly[may 26, 1898-<1900>]
weekly[ former -jan. 27, 1898]
semiweekly[ former feb. 1-may 17, 1898]
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Publisher: F.M. Prewitt, <1899>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 21 (Jan. 27, 1898).
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+ .';."''i VOLUME IV. STARKE, FLORIDA APRIL 26, 1898. NUMBER 47.

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: Directories. The Poison Self-Interest.: last night. About ten shots
't.. There are. many men who' were sent in the direction of

<'. Governor; Wm. D. Bloxham. ITEMS OF LOCAL--AND GENERAL ,would make good patriots were our ships, but not one of them .11.

Secretary of State, J. L. Crawford. / INTEREST. it not for their self-interes] The Island of f Cuba Almost attbe took effect, and no shots were EVENTS AND TOPICS OF THE
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Comptroller, W. II. Reynolds. WEEK
I ,.' Tivaiurer. J. B. Whltfield.AttorneyGeneral. It is the poison that is death to I fired in return. The Spaniardsbad

Agriculture. Wm. Lnmar.Commlasloner.of L.. B. Gleaned by Our Able Regular- .-Correspondents.Lake noble impulse and selfless : Mercy of f Uncle Sam evidently seen the lightsof Gathered From Our State Exchanges.The .

.-I "\Yombwell. Butler. .actions. There is the self- MM M BW the New York while the latter -

.j."", Superintendent., W.N. Sheats.of Public Instruction -' Mr. J. E., Townsend, Jr., interested man who does not i The First Shot Fired from Morro Castle : was signaling to ships of city officials of Ocala .

SUPREME COURT. spent Saturday and Sunday want war because it might injure at the New York. the squadron. The firing was will probably erect a charity
Chief Justice
Justices, Milton, R.H.F.'raylur.Mibray, F. B visiting friends at Hague. his little dollar-a-dayhusi-: reported by the officer of the hospital in the near future.

Carter. ( ness. For it, he would readily I War News up to date as Fnrnislied watch, Ensign J. R. Eddy, to
COUNTY. Our young people enjoyed a by the Associ- The first district Democratic ,
sacrifice the nation's honor. Captain Chadwick, who was
State Senator, A. Crosby. aced Press. Congressional Convention-
delighful at the resi-
Bspregeuiativea. L. D. Wail!, and E. singing All his national pride (but asleep.
P\ P. Ward. dence of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. WASHINGTON, April 23.- be held at Tampa on June 1st.
5,. .:: oJ '.i Tax Collector. J. C. Byrd. has he any?) is subservient to The President to day called The young ensign who was
Tax: Assessor, W. J. Epperson. Epperson Sunday night. The President has called for -
much excited asked if
this little trade and he the
corner ,
the of the United
: : !Ii : Treasun-r. E. S. Matthew* upon people I

.::'i..i,,<1;" '.:... 11 r. -weeks Clerk of Circuit Court, Col. W. F. !Mr. M. H. hfcLeod: ," one of bitterly opposes war. He grows States for the first time in thirty New York shoud not cease a volunteer army'of: 125,000 s
:-:.."'"';''., t :,: Slit-riff S.B.Denmark. Lake Butler's popular young eloquent of its terrors, its years to manifest their martial signaling men and Florida must furnish

.;"i.-:t 2' County Surveyor, R. I'1'. Ensey. men visited his home "No 750 of them.
Superintendent; of Public Instruction. near cruelty, its utter fidelity and strength this time the call replied Captain Chad-

I ,'. F. D. Sbell. Lulu Saturday afternoon. : everything else. He blames being upon a united-people to wick with the utmost coolness, The extensive saw mill of theC.
County Jo.lge-J. R. Richard. .
Justice of the Peace for DistrictNo. Prof. T. B. Hartig, has been : everybody connected with war's go forward to battle with n 'there is no necessity for stop- E. Tufts Lumber Co., near

6, Geo. A. Oardini miseries. In fact he would ping the signaling ahead." Sanford burned Thurs-
C-uuty Comm1ssioners.lu'lteTnmltn on the sick list the past week foreign foe. The Secretary of ; go were on

..'_ Dr. E. A. Todd M. N. BUutou, with his We almost side with Spain's view War created a new army Later Captain Chadwick day of last week. '
.', > a'rising' on eyelid. crops.
J. .
Crews D.
I. W.
&: Clyatt.CITY.
:',. ... of the question, if he were not The came on the forward bridge,
','. l hope to see him all right again two taken together, with Over four thousand five hun
"=7. ; afraid. from which he wi'tcheil< the
other news of to-day shOt'edthat dred soldiers in
"k: A. T Kira..lam are now campat
? The other extremist is that of flames shoot
: Clerk. Gardiner. soon.Miss the will tongues out
1 "4 George : Maude Arnold who regular army soon Tampa and several more
-' A 8"cssor.Vca.' t. self-interested individual who from Morro Castle. He glancedin
'< move on Cuba, and that meantime Companies will arrive this
';:: Treasurer E. P. Dum-an. has been the
... ,0'....., : :MnrsbHi,J. I3. lleuuet.Night spending past j howls for.war and glories in it.That's i the Volunteers will be the direction of the Sanish; week.
":-- Polio. N. .Joo'8. week at Worthington Springs,
because he has fortifications for few seconds
somethingto a
and drilled. ,
Aldermen, 1.U. Morgan, Edward equipped
returned home after- The for the
I. Mlddleom. J. M. 1'ruuy'V.lIacli- Saturday j gain from the carnage that The President's and then turned his back on machinery cassava -
; ctt and J. W. Hicka. her proclamation DeLand has all
; noon accompanied by factory at
sends sorrow to the average while issued them in silent contempt and
friend Miss Essie Lanier who actually was arrived and is
being rapidlyput
Church Directory. patriot's heart. Oh, yes, he not' certified to the Governorsof went back to his bed, perfectly
will few in the in It is the
spend a days place. thought
is for war-down with the certain that the Spaniards
Presbyterian!! J. A. Hughes, pastor. the States and Territories,
Services every let, 2nd and 5th Sun "Central City. plant will soon be ready for
day. Praycrmeeting every Wednesday Spaniards !-Hail Columbia- and will not he until Monday. could do no 'damage at five business.

evening ut 7 o'nlock. Sunday Florida in Summer. Avenge the Maine!-all these The reason is two fold. iln the miles, which was then the

MChnol every Sunday morning at 9 form of his wild distance of tht The melon of Floridaare
o'clock. part hysterics. first the War approximate growers
The exigencies of war, says place, Department -

Baptist, Rev. G. T. Li'ittier, pa tor. the Gainesville Sun, will neces- Whether it be financial or desires to avoid destroy- flagship from :Morro Castle. called to meet at Ocala,

Services every 2nd and 4th Sunday.Prayermeeting he is after and 28. The of the
personal glory the of SITUATION UP TO SATURDAY April object
every Thursday even sarily require the presence in ing present organization
In*,at 7 o'clock. Sunday school every Florida of thousands of straw the sort that only a war can the Natoinal Guard, which is NIGHT. meeting is to effect an organization -
: 9:3\J o'clock.
Sunday nt
morning \ The bring, you many be sure thereis called into service first. The blockade of Havana is of melon growers for
) impresion prevails to be
Methodist, IJev. .J. A. Hendry, |>as- gers.
"tor, Services every Sunday, morning I in the minds of many who are method in his madness-the The National Gaurd is com- perfect and the Cuban capitalis protection.

Pry and Wednesday evening evening Prayenrn-eting at 7 o'clock.ev- not familiar with the factsthat method of self-interest. Self- posed of twelve regiments, and, sealed tight. No ships can Editor J. Ira Goro of St.

Sunday::) echooi.'very Sunday morning interest, how pitifully small enter or depart without Uncle
at 9:30: o'clock. Florida is an unhealthy suite being officered more numerouslythan Petersburg, has been appointedby

r, Episcopal Rev. F. R. Ilolemau in the summer season, that and contemptible the word i the regular army regi- Sam's leave.Spainstill. Governor Bloxham a.stato

', clergyman charge. Sen'ices'cry malarial and other diseases are .sounds to the patriotic ear. ments, would have to be clings to privateering commissioner to the Trans-
1 2nd and 4ih :Sunday: afteruo-m 3-30 '
What is self-interest 1
.,' such comparedto to with but will give it a new and.. International
rock. Sundry school every Sun. prevalent to an extent as changed correspond Mississippi
day ufteruoun at 2 o'{'lock. the interest of the nation? name. Frenchmen have asked
to cause serious apprehension. the regular organization in Exposition, to be held at
Christian, no pastor at 1 presentFraycnnceting How can an American read her for letters of
every Wednesday Nothing could be farther from order to conform to the existinglaw. marque.- Omaha, June 1, 1808.

ere 'Ins at 7 o'clock. Sunday schoolevery the fact. There is his country's histpry, look at The Madrid Governmentwill
no more
The officers be this i
Sunday morning at 9:30: 0'- his and to elected
e1ook.I healthful state in the Union country's starry flag Of the number of volunteers protest to the nations .
think of his small individual year by the voters of the State
own against the seizure of the Buen&ventnr3 -
than Florida at all seasons of called to-day Florida's quota
Lodges. interests? Oh if he but are : Two congressmen, three;
under the claim that
the The summers are will be about seven hundred
to" ''' Staruc Lodge No. 31, K of P. meetsvery year. thinks moment he will railroad commissioners, ft
a put she taken
o was precedent tq&
and far and
pleasant more agreeablethan fifty.
Thuwday. 7 p. m. treasurer and two justices of
.. W. E. DUNCAN, C. C, in the interior states. It ;away such sordid considera- WAlt NEWS CONDENSED. hostilities. In addition to her,
,:. J. R. D&vIa, E. of R. aud S, tions and allow the noble however, the American vessels the Supreme court, besides a.
is not only safe, but beneficialto The following from the
Bradford Lodge No. 42, F. a: A. M., thoughts of true Americanismto have since taken a number of United States senator, chosen III
'spend a season here at Times-Union gives about all -
meeting ,every Thursday before the : any by the legislature.
3rd Sunday 7 p. m. time of the year. There need inspire him as they did the news of note up to Saturday prizes, two of which our own '
\ F. MALPUURS, W. M. dead of 177C.
The East
little Dauntless towed into CoastDrainage
"' Key
't W. N. M EACH AM. Sec. be no fear to come to Florida. night : _

: May-Lodge'No. 10, I.O. O.F.,meets Many thousands: who have If we would not disgrace Those who expect the roar, of f West. and Sugar Company,

7 .*A them and our flag let us This one-sided has cha- of St. has been incorporated
every Tuesday : p. in. their homes in this state preferthe put. guns every day and accountsof news Augustine, -
W. N. MRACBAM, Sec. summer season.Ex.The all self-interest aside. Let our carnage every hour are grined the Dons who, at a under the State law,

hopes and fears follow those doomed to disappointment, cabinet meeting, ordered the with a capital of $2,000,000.

PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY fact that war has goner in the frav. Let their interest not only for to.dabut for chase of the Paris, which is at t They will operate on the Okee-
beyond preliminaries ie ours. We cannot afford to The American yet uncaught, and believed to chobee much land, and hav *
S. E. SWEAT sufficient many days.
to remind the
,MISS put from us the highest claimsof he out of danger.Sagasta's much the came. charter} as thDisston
: farmers of the south that fleet has appeared off Havana, o
PIAEO TEACHES- they reply to IcKin.leY'8 -
our birth for a mere self-in Land Company.
would do well to he forehandedin but no gun has been fired, and ultimatum, it has just
terest which after all will die .
.,t., STARKE, FLA. the matter of grain and < it is not unlikely) thatthe been learned, interprets the The farmers of LaCrosse have
\ Latest methods attention with us, while Americanism:
Special girea
tO technique. An>ly fur term meat. and other provisions that island may be Compelled to American document as a declar- not planted any cotton this;
.:: shall live as long as its increas ation of war. A formal declar-
without shot. The and but
capitulate a spring little
make the substance, of man's'demand corn.
.A L. SCOTT. M. D.. up ing millions inhabit ation will be
our glorious promptly passedby
blockade, according to the best This is due to the drought.
for food. It is
-PHYSICIAN AND easy Congrass following the
,1'.1;}: SURGEON- Union.-Pensacola News. ,
;"" ':'0 STARKE FLA. enough to say that the war will information at hand, is to be a president's recommendation, in What corn was planted early

r.' -, be over in a fortnight, or in a "A word to the wise is sufficient" work of starvation.The order to avoid foreign compli- and was well-advanced has been

.. .Ones at Gisldn'a Crux Store. President has issued a cations. greatly damaged by the drought.The .
month at mpst. We do not and a word from the wist shouldbe

.. \ E L..STEWART. M.D.. anticipate any. such summary I sufficient, but you ask, who are call for 125,000 volunteers, SECRETARY SHERMAN RESIGNS. farmers there look upon

...EYE, EAR, HOSE AND THROAT result' for the delay] of the the wise? Those who knOTh' each State to furnish its quota. WASHINGTON, April 25.- the situation as very deplor-

STARKE FLA. past four or five months has oft repeated experience of trust- The plan contemplates a Cubaninnlsion Secretary of State Sherman resigned able.Ex.One .

-, enabled Spain to take measureswhich worthy persons miy* he. taken for but not with the his portfolio today.He detachment of the Pen-
Once at Starke Dreg Co. was succeeded by Assist
will insure a considerable knowledge. Mr.V.. 1Terry volunteers immediately., The sacola division of the Naval Re-

':. POWELL. M D., says that Chamberlain's Cough will start the work ant Secretary State WilliamR.
rpATE regulars
.. conflict. Her is has been musteredinto
: serves
w.: :.:.. navy very better Day. Secretary Shermanwas I
Remedy gives satisfactionthan
;{ : PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON o. nearly as formidable as ours, other in the market. the volunteers being mobilized seventy-four years of age I the service of the United States

STARKE, FLA.. and if the men on her snips are He has any been in the drug business for service and held in reserve and resigned on account of his and went on duty Saturday

}.: Over,WomCD thirty ye&r and ChUd1el1.experience: : Once la Starke Diseases of' really capable of fighting the at Elkton, Ky., for twelve years ; for future exigency. infirmity. morning. They are establishing -

x' Drug Company.TTR. struggle will be considerablydrawn has sold hundred of bottles of tin The torpedo boat Porter cap- Rheumatism Cured. a signal station on Santa

out. tured a Spanish sailing vessel Rosa:; -.Island, near the batteriesof
.J. O. IL\YNE.q. remedy and nearly .all, othp.rcoogn My wife has used Challib rIiu'8
Friday night, and the prize has disappearing guns.
medicines manufactured
: n I
.DENTIST. The Citrus Chronicle : Pain Balm for rheumatism with
says which shows been towed to Key West by the L
conclusively that General
Patrick Houston.rf"
STARKE, FLORIDA. "Under the election great relief, and I recommend it .
new primary '
(Jhnmberliu's is the must satisfactoryto redoubtable tug Dauntless, now\ liniment for rheumatism Captain Thomas 1\[. Woodruffand
Odce at residence ba Routh as a splendid -
Street. is sufficient
Teeth extracted painlessly by means of local law' a plurality vote the people and is.the beet.FO.I the dispatch boat of the Associated and other household, use Colonel W. S. Proskey are
aO&lstheUcL All triads: of dental work done at
-. reasonable charges.E to norainante a candi- sale J. L. Gas kins, Press. .
for which we have found it valuable. the busiest men at the capital,"
date. All of the candidatesand '
TI309. ,BUGS. The American liner 'Pa'risbas .-W. ,J. Cuyle Red Creek, says a Tallahassee correspond-,

Attorney and Counsellor at Law nearly all of the voters Bigamy is punished iS a not been caught. She is N. Y. Mr. Cuyler is one of theleading ent. "And when they "get t .

c; favor a majority vote to nominate. peculiar manner in Hungary. safe thus far. merchants, of this villageand ;
through shipping supplies tithe .
STARKE, FLA. .. The will haveto
primary The man who has been foolish MORRO CASTLE OPENS FIRE ON one of the most prominentmen various :
commands of tlm _
OQce at Residence no Cherry Street. be held under the new law; ,, enough to marry two .wives is OUR FLEET. in this vicinity..-'\'.G.Phip-
state the state
R l". ENSET. it seems, whet.her"A like all compelled by law to live withboth On Board the Flagship 'New pin, Editor Red. Creek Herald.: troops, ,
CIVIL GtNEER.: will be almost and .
; f For sale by J. L. Gaskins. empty :c
Jhe provisions of the bill
or of them inthe same house.When {(York, off Havana, :April 23, 2
COUNTY SURVEYOR. general requisition on tire war
not, it comes to the refinements Morro Castle .
a. m.- opened C8l33'OR2b. :
rt"creeevosat Drawing. Blue Printing. rU- .Bees Ib Tta! lad Yw Baa Alton/ Btu department'will bd the next
I. mate of work furnUlei oa sppucatioa1 Ko-Te-3ae for Fifty Cents. .. of torture the Hungariansare ; I tire on the-flying: squadron of step.necessary in Floridajnilf
GeswEtoed tobacco habit *
'03e: oa taIlatree:. wttt Cl L.:Pee*. :tea. strop.ocQ! >>:u-e. Kc.cUI'O,1J3kee C!. .t.U tit uz west ois..: not .so" slow- ? .. ., the b :;": ;

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Florida Semi-Weekly AdvocatePUBLISHED *
The raosqutio b lng'no respecter It Y3.; r-: .;g;' "'iI E "' J } t"hI -.: -- '
-, The bladder created forone
TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS of bureaucracy has, come "While the snnprese'rvellfraits was

-ATSTARKE \ require time-and patience purpose, namely, a receptacle for ,..,ww'a.mmrrxann4mnr+ mnunm isnuwmmM+...
into conflict with the Depart- ,
{ ..FLORIDAEntered :. the urine 1 and as such:it isnot, liable CASTDRIA )
: ment of Agriculture and is now they are, without doubt, much
j to any.form of disease except I
threatened with extinction to be preferred to those cooked
at the postofflce at Starkc Florida. bygone of two '',,/nYf;. The first-
as second-class mall matter. The department has offices on over'the fire," writes Mrs. s. wag is from imperfect action of I t For Infants and Children. ,

ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. the edge, of the Potomac flats, T..: Rorer, on "Strawberries in the kidneys. The second way is t \

and made good out of tl at.evIl ,Thirty Ways," in the :May from careless local treatment : The Kind You Have 1 1t

TEXAS R. HODGES, by observing not only its flora Ladies' Home Journal. "Irthe other diseases. -

f: EDITOR ARD PROPRIETOR but its fauna, and thus con- country, where a hot-bed is: SAMPLE SENT FREE. _-- = -- Always Bought

... sidered the mosquito, how he. at!! command; the work is easily Unhealthy urine from unhealthy: i J' .rccebbcPrcparatioafor! Assimilating t i{a

Advcrtf&Eu Kates. might die. done. Stem, strawberries'- kidneys is the chief cause of blad- tisTocdandBeguta-

Our advertising rates will t><% as reasonable Its experiments resulted in fully without bruising; put. der troubles. It corrects frequentcalls ling thi Stcccchs oniBcwels cf Bears theSignature i 1s

as consistent with keeping up a good news-; them into wire basket which inability to hold urine and !
the that to a .
paper. It la the purpose of the publisher tIssue joyful discovery y ; : 1 f zfzl
a clean.attractive newspaper with only veneer with kerosene the-waters plunge down into a pan of cold scalding or stinging pain in passing : 1 ._._. j
such a proportion of advertisements as wIll it bad i .
; effects ,
injure that all will be seen and read, and none(:wherein the mosquito breeds is water and drain thoroughly. or following use i Promo, sTh'gesUon.Chccrful- I
of liquor, wine or beer, and
overcomes neither
burled behind a mass of others Rates will r ss of
be uniform and will be made known on appl to make a paradise out of-r-what Weigh the strawberries; and to that unpleasant necessityof Opium.MorpMnejtlxjcnna norHueral. j

cation. Sherman declared war to be. el4ch pound allow one pound ot: being compelled to get up NoT NACOTIC..n .

--- Where life had been intolerable,, granulated sugar. Select large many times during the night to ... t
There are 328GodJSoo hand- urinate. Tho mild and extraordinary I", !
kerchiefs consumed yearly in hammocks and< summer girlsmight stoneware plates, make them uffect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- j c/0l 1lr fJ.. 1

swing in indolent and very hot either on top of the Root is soon realized. It stands Carl*
the trade in this countrv. the for its wonderful R.J.JJ.s.J tK
enticing ease, baldheaded men stove or in the oven ; sprinkle highest cures awii
of the most distressing cases. If The 1
of the fqpenainf -
could take their siestas in over a layer granulated mc4.w..
Because the South has not, peace and cover this closely you need a medicine you should I t lffnr.r4aApcr !
.. and comfort and profanityturn sugar have the best. r' w '.
raised cane enough to< At druggisth oOcts I
sugar lilI'Hzn::
with the berries. Cover willtlass ;

supply the demands of our own into sweetest song. and stand in the sun's and bottle$1.and You pamphlet may have, both a sample sent I I i Remedy-. forCcnslipaticn. tm ja 'IndIut j

country, the North and"Wes This established o and made hottest rays. Move the dish free by mail l upon recoigt of three .Sour Stoirf:ch.Diarrhoca,

are trying to help out by making known to a grateful world, the as the sun changesjts position. -cent stumps to cover cost of j Worms.Convulsions,fcyerishI You Have I
At font o'clock them in ness ondl/OSS OF SU=s'
beet and, as we still consume department was flooded with bring postage on the bottle. Mention I ..
applications for expert Hl'iceanl and stand aside in ti closet or the Florida Semi-\V eekly Advocateand TacSlnule! Signature of -

more than we produce, cool place. Next day put then: send your address to Dr, Kilmer C& /f:;.-I'- .
our Georgia friends have come ;aid. The wealth and out again in the situ ; by this & Co.. Binghampton, N. Y. NEW /"YORK.; lVW : Always Bought.

now forward and offered to help 'fashion of Midland- Staten time they will no doubt have The-proprietor of this paper guariinteesthegennineiiHssof -
out with watermelon sugar Island, Borough of Richmond, become clear, almost transparent this oiler.

which is just as sweet and gooda; hastily assembled and de- and thoroughly soft, but Special Notice. 2 jXXACT ; CISTORIATHE

that made from cane or beets; termined to be the first tor con perfectly whole. Lift each The Office of the F'LOIUD.SElIr-
berry carefully with a fork and WEEKLY ADVOCATE copy 07 W:APPEf,
vert a wilderness into a gardenby is now equippedfor
and to make.
as easy put into a tumbler or bottle.] .
first-class job printing as it CL..r.Ult CO..NY. new YORK OITY.Z
the kerosene
process.Evcfj' Boil the syrup over the fire for 7"Y';. 9
I has ----- -----"
The following item relating and never been before. Wo have:
bayou, swamp pond i: few minutes until it thickens ;

to tax sales is taken from the i in its neighborhood is to be strain, cool, and pour it over added to its equipment in this department -

correspondence of the Comptroller's sprayed with kerosene, and he: .fruit." new presses, new type,
and a line of stationary suitably :FOR
office : If the Board members of .its Country Club
to kind of work. We
any can
I I Bucltlcu's Arnica Salvo.
of County Commissoners fail I I are elated with the hope that Best print anything required and guarantee FIRST-CLASS JOB PRINTING
Salve in the world for
to select a newspaper in whichto hereafter they may gayly Tfce to turn: out work that will ,
plense the most fastidious:i and
the sale notice
publish tax the elusive golf ball
pursue Rheum[ .Fever.Sores Tetter Chapped critical of patrons.: Don't send '
once a week for live consecutive iinenveloped, as in the ),113St, Hands* Chilblains. Corns* und elsewhere for your work, bat give / SE vII- VEEKL Y ltIIJ t.{. ADVOCATE "

weeks. prior to the first Monday with yards of enctur.b8rlngmosquito us an opportunity to show you
ill Skin Eruptions, and positivelyures .
in what we can give you in quality .4::
June, it will be impos- netting. Its '
; Piles, or no pay required. and prices. .
sible for the tax sale to occur Kerosene has an ordor, to be guaranteed to give perfect sal a WE PRINT -
To Cure .
I Con.ttip.ttSon rorever.
on that date, and you will haveto sure, but then its pungent i sf.icttonor) money refunded Price Take Cascarets CandY Cathartla lOc or 2:;:. I .
If C. C.C.fall to cure,druggists refund money CARD ;, 'fAGS."
advertise and sell on the aroma tells of naught but thepassing' 25! cent,per box. f&'sra'r ::1.'
-- tdacateYour i: >vv.U With Casl-Itrets. UHECKS' \ LABELS
first Monday in July. The law of the mosquito it will For sale: at J. L. Gasldn's Drug Candy Cntli.irtlc. cure constipation forever TICKETS |il i l
ICKi.:25c. If C.C.C.c.n.( ilrusRlsts::,:: refund money! ; BLANKS;
must be complied with or theta ba welcomed bv nostrils the Score. ..--.... ..-.. (
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:: sale will be illegal. : most sensitive, as though it It is quite likely! that within ". J, F. P. r McMUEEY, BILL HEADS \\\1\ STATEMENTSNOTE \:

were the perfume of the spice DLL ALi:.INFANCY HEADS Jf':, LETTER HEADS
i.. An idea of the gigantic size a very short time the erectionf .

:!of the search-light exhibited at proves of Araby: the blest-! signal stations. all along the t GROCERIES 1 ; ETC., ETC., ETC. :
New YorkVorld..
Chicago exposition, and now to I Florida i coast will 1,ebrilThese :
he used by the Government for The Pensacola News inl I stations will be manned by the i j
ifc3 Best r and Freshest Stack In Town. /I
defensive purposes on the At- of the Naval Militia of the State, Printers, .,
speaking darky, says : -TRY ME.-

lantic coast, can be formed by "The black race has often and which is busily engaged practicing DEI\UIOlmDS\! l) d Good Paper, vPresses
the following .figures : The rjp- often given us protests of loy- : the signals that will be EDWARD MDDLETON f'. : '. !,;

fleeting lens is 60 inches in used in such service. It is ,
ilty. We have more or less] Successor to Andrews&Miilfil nO:1.PROPRIETCR TOffORK "
diameter, weighs 800 pounds believed, even though the proof stated th stations as 'far' outh <'f' : 1 Type :: "

and is mounted in brass Canaveral the east m"
a ring as Cape on
were not so strong. But now, .- "tAndlink.
which 750 The of Florida will be in what I ,
weighs pounds. coast: ,
now they have a, chance to
reflected" light from the great is known district No A.Houses ,.
show of what stuff they are f
electric is that will be built the beach '
lamps equal to on ,
of 375,000,000 candles. A made< they can prove their loyalty where naval officers will .be STABLES ;::2rJE HAVE! ALL THESE. 66;
actions instead of
stationed with telescopes to .
newspaper could be read by its We Solicit Trial Order. Satisfaction Guaranteed.GfSco .
words. Let us see whether keep watch and report to headquarters tn: AND SEOOH3-HMO::! BUGGIES'[III[ TERMS a .
light a hundred miles AND HARNESS FOR SALE. I! STRICTLY:: CASH.
away.It PostofSea Call and Sea Us-
they; will volunteer to be of the [ ships sighted at sea. ..-...'---- .... --or.- in : Building. ,

would be a blessing to the Cuban invading army ; this, is These stations will of course THE 6
be connected wf th a government
ci.'ilized world if Spain and heir greatest chance. Will telegraph] : line; and at each DO YOU WRITE, 1
would lock hof-ns and hey take it? And it we consider NEW YORK WORLD
Turkey station there will be a telegraph IF SO WRITE RIG lIT.

wipe each other from the face it ought to be a very operator. In the event of war, -- -

of the earth. They are the natural action on their part.. things would be ke;,t livelytlong' THRIOE-A-WEEK EDITION.

most ungodly, uncivilzed and The Cuban climate is a climate'hat the East Coast.-Indian .yet" siM'1 .' .

bloodthirsty nations in the would not daunt them. liver Advocate. 18 Pages Week ..

world to-day-the Negro and Their forefathers could stand 156 Year
Papers itc r $12fr
the hottest, and the Skin Diseases
... Indian not excepted. Turkey sun swampi- e y '

; did to the Armenians just what statmosphere, without harm." For the speedy and permanent cure of FOR ONE DOLLAR.'utlished -

Letter, salt rheum and eczema, Chamicrlain'a ,
is to the .
Spain doing f"J
poor I was reading an advertisement Eye and Skin Ointment is ;
Alternate Day except Sunday.t
Cubans-butchered men, women of Chnmberlin's Colic, Cholera without an equal. It relieves the itching every ,

and children in cold blood. md Diarrhoea Remedy in the its continued and smarting use'almost effects instantly a permanent and The Thrice_;el\ Editionof I ., -- H :

.;, The God of mercy and justice Worcester Enterprise recently cure.; It also cures.itch, barber's itch, > THE :Nr/vv: YORK WOULD is + t.v :..
scald head!
', sore nipples itching piles,
can't'sit still of His throne which leads me to write this. Icall chapped hands chronic sore eyes and first among all "weekly" papers Surrounding 4
I and
Bradford (
.., \' : while the" cries of helpless truthfully say I never used any grtnu1AtOOlid3[ in size, frequency of publication am Sub-Agent lor --

: for cole and and the freshness, Counties tiiis Celebrated l
f- women and children go up to remedy equal to it Dr. Cady'a Condition Powders for
horses are the best tonic blood purifier accuracy and variety of its 1
diarrhoea. .have had to
;- never t
Jlim. Ex. Typewriter.
I vermifuge. Price, 25 cents. Sold by contents.: It has all the merits
use more than one cr two doses to
WtJ.. The Tropical Sun says: I: cure the worst case with myself or It is more than a. century or> a great *C daily at the price Can't I Sell You One. ? T. R. HODGES3SUBAGENT.
dollar Its
Qf> a weekly. political -
efectoas -
::: Hy omen can: vote at all : children.-\V. A. Stroud, Popb- since the United States has news is prompt, complete, ..x

<- general or local, in the : moko City, Md. For sale by J. been> involved in"war with any accurate arid impartial as all its :--"" _- --- -" ,-- .- ---.-- ,_. -A

9 States of Utah, Wyoming, and'Color.ido !i L. Casting foreign, nation. The war with readers will testify. It is e

". > : and at school or"other I Mexico waD wholly on land, igainltMhe monopolies and for 'o'ho t tch trH OtAt.TJ .
'. The movement in favor of '
ujTrKi I r elections in Illinois while in the present war for the the people.It is well szid that manners make the
,- ; 1 i good roads: has been steadily prints the news of all the r Y\ man.but the more solid ingredient of rz
and several other States. In (
liberation of Cuba the most = 3 character U also necessary to i true
Florida election l I pushing forward, and has,: indeed world, having special corre- ,f t I type of :.. od1a man ha$these both,
on days, .thy -made notable in desperate conflicts are likely tobe I ipo'ndence from all important I i.; and also has the good sense to dress well\
are not trotted out to the polls i'I; progress upon the sea. For the storyof news points on the globe. It JI ':. t i' he will find the "htchstriug out" for him -
I the last wo'or three years.Remembering 1' "W all over the world.
but are allowed to stay quietlyat :I the conflict between the wa- has brilliant illustrations, FOR REALTY CORRECT, DRES.SIn ,
that in" all
home to take care of the ships of the United States ant stories by great authors, a capital '
} Material, Style, Fit, finish, and Gentlemanly
reforms the
chieldren -: ud get their meals practical! early the warships of Spain, the I I humor page, complete markets "Z4 ,, -- }rr,,'+ effect,you should order your tiilor-
I steps are the hardest, the whole world waits with eager i departments the household :
: : is their and
ready as light duty, iajofM.
: frientfs of the movement have interest. If Spain sends her and women's work and : M/j I lS -V. BORN & GO.,
.. and it is to be hoped the day to feel best battleships and torpedo other special departments of ? -'---- Tbe Great Chicago MtrchanlTalkra '
<,; good reason encouraged.
r is far distance when Florida vessels to meet ours in a life- unusual interest. r. ,i For over 20 Years the Leaders la the Coctoa\ ''

: .:" .!f will object to woman's doing and death struggle off the coastsof We offer this uneqnaled it ,-'--I--, for Trade.IKS zncaer You can than get is a"BORN"Tccly} paia Suit for or Overcoat iaTertof
I have 3i; choice .' '"
; Iotsti3ht IE d :
'. : It uHls and tong
her, duty or rob her of her Cuba or elsewhere: there will i newspaper and THE FLORIDA kLT d :! 3ri-a i1 GVLt" a D. :h.. '
the heart of the city, tha will) be famous and ? ro.lhstrwl dote
I a sea fight, new SE3rr-'YEEKLY ADVOCATE together Ban fed to Srt.o1r :i

greatest.. right. dispose-oi; forcash, at o| very lo\'i" names: will be'added to the list one year for $1.50 t .: .:{;....

:2Tolont for Fifty Cent', r; figure. Fjor further .information. ;I.1 of American heroes.-Hartford The regular subscriptionprice .' mn P'\T5r "''
; Gc&ranvsad tobncco habit ; zrL 7 .
core makes weak .
4i nro *blood pure. SOe1. AU drngg'.ss :; apply nt this nfke. :".-' ':' Times. of the two papers is 2.00. \'r'j'. .

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'. Edison on the War. RAILROADS. I I 1 1zi

--.:' ; f.. Thomas Edison, the inti enthinks CANDYCATHARTIC FLORIDA CEI RAILROADS.11.1: ;
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.,;04 .:.,,' -1 F. C & P. SHORT LIE{

: ').; ";'Jj-\1.1;'" ,? tor, the 1 navy of the J r Hew{ Florida jd : :
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: X?<-: United States has great advantage z, .t
t : over Spain's navy; not i

because our has 40 38 31 35 !III" J $1 f :3 J.
only DailyxSun I Fosirlnx '
DoOj40rtp :J' ...I Dally : FOISTS :. ; !Da.J4 l
of the improve- -
more : .
t--- i---t :j
because the : CURE CONSTIPATION ..,.. ...... 815.il856a: ...... gOJpLv.' ...Jac..4.tnv..e..tr. ...... 9l5:1; .. ,...Joto.. 8an .. ;.
ments but also : ....n.of ..J5 ...... ...... : ... .....Ytee..Ar. ...... 81.1...... tp z.- r..a t.. .... 'J".
naval officers are FLA. ..,... 521Jt\... ''' 931h ......,913par..Fernnndlna.; .. Lv. ...... 8t.a.. ....; ': -:11: 7 tU ... .
American .. .... 840p.!\ 1.10ZJa .. .... toiio( ...Everett......Ar. ...... c aj..j 54: 5311 ...... !
inventive and -skillful.. .. JZc $ -NO10- daily, leaves 2:13 p. m., for all .. ... ... ......... ,1 .....Brunswick ....Lv.. ...... ...... .. :1 liJru.: ; ..j...... ;
more ALL point: North and Wes.t. connecting at Jacksonville ... .. 7roDL..I.! t1t ...... J206&840pLv; Savsuncb.: ;.:; .., .. 3>> }I.4 Ft'pt 4iK, _.. -
also thinks ] fever 50:. with througH sleeper for New York, .... ...... 5 OOplii lp ....... I' Ha.Lv..SHalnah.\r.. .. i +a"44t:. ':.........n... \
He yellow DRUGGISTS4E3 Cincinnati and intermediate points. ..... :.. ... 83.J SOip ...... 2 to !IA r....F all'Iix.s.U.- : ...L 11.'I.. .. ..... zs
hind- NO.; 14- leaves 5:12 a. m. diiiy for sane .....:,I....... 1C OOpt 2 4p ...... 254d. .. ...Denniaik.S... ...... ZS PVs 13. ..,'... iL." .. :
be n'great
should not -- ... ... ... powu name above carrylnz; through sleeper ...... ...... .. .... 9S5p ....... 653 I .. .Au"US.Ga. .. .. .. .. JI"! ..., .:..... .,.
of --- -- Tampa and intermediate points to New York. ....... ... ... "." 4It:; ...... 44T.lSSa./\ -.ColsmbfaS... C.... ... ..: i. ..::..t. ;.;" .....-. ..;.....
rance to an army occupation connecting at JackMjnvUle with trains from '..", '" ...... ...... .. .. ... .. Spartanbur S. O...*" ...... 5.ro.... .,... ..... ..;...
in Cuba. Slid he the LE I :8 S :tP Macon Atlanta Chattanooga and all points .. ... ...... ...... ...... ... .. 14>,> .. '\ bevUe. N. C... .. ..... 2 TV. .L.. ...... ..r,.. :
vas ___ .J 7 north and west _also with trams for:\nest .. ... ...... ... ... 820p938p .. . 915a1047ft '.. ..CbarlotteN.C... ......1tfUtR.,,.:-.... 9 ..... .. }
other to inter viewer: Florida. Pensacola :Mobile, New Orleans Tex-. ... ... ...... ..... .. .. .. ..Salisbury. N. C... .... :f ..... U ...... .h'....'. 41@@!
day an. as. Mexico: and California points. ... ... ....,. .. ...1041r ... ...1:10 .Crecdboro.: N. C.. .. ...... 1r.p 1. 'fT 4 .,.... .e
"Science do Fia. HO. 13 leaves.It 59 p. m. with ,connectionfrom .... .. ...... .. ... ...... I :SOp! ....Can ll1e.'\ a.. .. .. oK. I bh. ..... '..1'...".. .d, 4'
__ f can a great awtey; all points and divisions: Through;: !sleeper ....... ...... ... 12tJOOu ...... tS25p340p .3licbnond.Vs.. .. ...... 12 OOitSlt; .... ... ..
deal for that 1 am from New York. ...... ...... ...... K8.13S5a .. .. .. ...Lyuetbarg:\ Va... .. ..... 40:.pI... .. 5.; ...... .. .... '
..f- army. ri O. 9 leaves 10.53a.m.; with through sleeper ...... ...... ...... ....... 5:Cl/p: ." Cbarlotesvllio .. ...... 2 ei vi.) ;; I Kir' ... ......
to that 1 connections from all points north, west and. ...... ...... ...... d4a ....... 9 t ...'V hiIJjlton. .. .. ...... 111 .. ..t O ...... .......
willing lay a wager LIVERY AND FEED. all points in the state. ...... .... .; .., 8ro .. ... 1123i': .. ... .Ball more. .. .. ...... 9. :1" ... 9 t-r. ...... ...... -
take 100 into Cuba STABLES.E I I, For the l>tinap of the state, sleeperor .. .... ...... ..... 1015a. .. eta... ". .....Phlladepba...., .... . .. 72OU' ..l 6a.. j' .... ,...... .<
can men other information call: on or write to ... ... '"'' ".12 43p ..'"'' 6. .n. '."....ew Yo.k..... ". ... .. 1:15a ..... .., ..;.:. . _.. -,..;.
and spend the summer in D.GREEN.A gent Flat1 ..!... \|. 900p.... .. Sttipj ........Bostrei. .. . ...... 590:.._.,.,.. .... j 9 1h1._._... ._...._. .,.0{;
the worst districts of the islantl t Finest Turnouts in the City N, S. PennID A. O.ton.MacUonell.T. M. Q. P.' A.Jack.onv1Ue. 'AT-JACIKSONVILLG .8 No.&; No \} fcOCTK FLOE IDA eau.MiD SP wr W l L..t 04)J.J)!K&aocI..C1N l0

Fla. J Macoa. Atlanta: IDaily'Dtlp I ORLE.1.S.: Daily Deily40B ,
and not lose a man-no, not : ..
And the same thing 1ufners' Teams on Short Notice. Braying Specialty. ';li g Chattanooga, Chicago, Cincinnati &3 t92 ........ 755a Lv..Fernaallh.At. "." 520t:
one. a ,- Toledo. Detroit .. 9.laLv.! (';aJ.: m ....Ar ., ,>
.' 0 ," Louiso ,a, 9Wp, 9-3a X.V Jacksonvl..ttr 7fnti 3aa..
a ,0 Cleveland
be done for the i n fj n 53
can army. I z '
Z MSSp 93SaAr..h.IdRia..LP 8-&rra 31tti'
"How? The solution is Prompt attention given to all orders. :!The A. D, h. a IT. ll ii. viUeand St.LouIL J19 'J11oa ........Stftrlce. ...... 'IZ" Y10,t .
'',\'; as 1::33a: 11 aht ".. .... Waldo ym JbCtt
.. 8laa1 8 au'p,L v....J ack wnti.le..Ar.' .. ...ll:>p ,...Ge.lne.tiV".n... .h ... J2IlOfp "'
sin le standing the onend. o..O.: '"''''.w ''' ''''' A'''''''''''''' .c =- 1029a1014 Ar..Evetett.-.Lv. 630a1 430'" "
I 1 as egg I \ .. ..i OlOp ".... ..CelarEey.8SJ.: ... '
"..... . 1 1031055p 830n
All that isnecessary is care A Few Reasons.Don't Millions; Given Away.It Departure!! and ArrIval of Trains. 44p745p. .....Atlanta..-. .. .. 5254lUOOp: 204s l IlIJS3a:, 1': ''.,. ."......nawtbvrne.... Citra........".. 301a 34dait 1Pi:>_p

.. 530.: >f.Atlanta..Ar.j040p: 50a: .., of ". : .*. .. ... ...
Let ... .. .
and a little knowledge. 950a ch.a ttanootta..I'v. 6 lot -SilverSLringa.
t advertise because is certainly gratifying to the ...... 73p ...Cincinnati.: . 83Ja 8. 1'-55ak-Opp 4 roar[ :3r4b 1I .....:::1Vildwtxni..:::h.. lYirrs 2: Cull lOfSl Ji"
nothing go into the stomach:: STARKE FLORIDA. 53Iat} ...... ...It
; ] neighbor docs. Don'tadyel'tise ::3-\: Leebl4i'g. 95a
; your public to know of one concern in .. ..
i ASnnVJLLEIOL"TE. 811' 4C4p .... .Tavar.w. .... lfjOO1;> 'J2U
of any man that has not been because NO. 1 daily leaves 7 a. m. for LaCrosse. 0) IDa i 53p -. .. Orlando; ,...." 7 10pIlIOl HOOi
tho land who This trainconnect
every are not afraid-to be Bruikley aad intermediate points. :
". .." .
3 Winter :
U Pullman: Sleeper between Jacksonville. Cin. :> 557p l4dt. .aiCp a
ti boilednothing that has not with the O. S. & F. at Samp.'i.nJunction '
1 induces to advertise. :SOOai :U57p41p "'. St. Cathfitoe.." 9 :y,
you generous to"the needy and suffer for Palatka. Macon and intermediate
5 : ....Laeoucbee..." OSOa ""
been subjected to 212 degrees Don't advertise bccaiiso points.NO. nD\t1andChlc3g0.! I[5 5o a.1! 4 *...Dade l 11'...." :.u.Oa Alga 8._,L
you The of Dr. Satur and Sundays only. Leaves5bO .
ing. proprietors King'sNew 3 ays 7(V>af! :52 PI "....Plant City: .. .." 8 :8a' 7t5s
of heat. The problein is easy. think it can't do : p. m. for LaCro.-ae, Brinkly and intermediate *>0OpmLv..Jsck.onltIle...... Ar 10am 8lUa' 62t: .. ...','ampa. .." 730pi70laONLY
certainly :
any Discovery for Consumption. points connecting at Sampson Junction .1 2 ISamlLvMSamAr.. ... .... Savannah.....Ar 5(Warn -- ----
Yellow fever beExcuse! my harm. Don't advertise because for Valatka.Mucon: and intermediate points. . ....ColumbiaHendersouville.. ... LvI247am TIIROCGH PULLMAN SLKEPSliBETWEEN
Coughs and Colds, have given K3. S. second cb... Leaves Starke 4W: a.m- 112amdr.:; Spurtanburg..Lv 53:+>pm730pm JACKSONVILLE
emphasis, but it is as easily have few dollars for LaCrosse.: Brlnkley and intermediate 1243pmIAr.-V.-: .....LvLv 33Ot'pm NEW ORLEANS.
you a away over ten million trial bottles points. This train's daily except Sundav.KO 145pmAr..AshviUe .. .. .. 203pm; .
whipped yellow soldiery. 2- arrives at Starke 12.lip.; xa. daily. 352pm!Ar7a ......Hot :Springs. .. LA 0.'. NO.2 WESTERN lIYC I9gi 'tilU' '
and :your newspaper has a few of this great medicine ; and have I NO 4 arrives at StarUa at 9.30 p. m. tjatur.dus >poJAr.... ...Knoxville;.. .. .. Lv 1146aID.1 Dally i I Dally 1 AND NEW OUU.AXA. I'b.fJy If
;J inches and Sundays only. 455um: Ar.. ... .Lexington:.......Lv 1013pm: !- ;:- 1--= -
to spare.Don't the satisfaction of it has 513p. 925 a Lv.. Jacksoarillo.. ArAr..Lake 7&'p! I.. .
knowing 1':0.6: second: class arrives at Starke. 5:30: ( p. 74OunAr..Ctnciunati..Lv: ; ;; !
Thomas:: Jefferson was the in. iMlly. except'Sunday. ... 105Op11..u; .. Ctty'.Lv'.. ..iI8t1,.... .

4 founder of the free public advertise because the absolutely curd thousands .of CEO. TO.u' ETT. Gen. Supt. 83Oam 545pmAr.-.l.'heago.: v..Linetnaatt.: : ........Lv.Ar\ 900.I.ID bvuprn'1233p; .."111.: '1213p..4p ...... .. .Live........'. ..Ouk.......,...... ........'. 5 4t J"..;.>;D'.7.1.'."... ..

so but advertise Asthma Bronchitis Starke Fla. | Big i'0"i 2 35p ". .lonth eal: ....'* 3110 ......
say |
school in this country. For pgpcrs hopeless cases. ARTIIUlUlES Msn 8 aOamjLv. .. ..... tucinnati..Ar 6 3pai oCOa 33p( .....Tallahaxee. .." 21 ......
J. ? because you know it's the only Hoarseness and all diseases of JMk:>onville. FU.GAfflESYILLE 6 00pm Ar. .., .....ChicagoMoann ...... .. Lv 830am:; 825a 1 430p ". ....QuJncy ..... 1 lOp .'' '' '
the interest he manifested in Houte. 114ltat Slip: .River Junction." I24'V: .,. .. .
way; of building up a progressive the Throat Chest and 91Ga.m'Lv..tincianatt.: ... .Art Wpm ... ..'llOOp ".. ..Pensaeola: .... 7S altew ......
behalf of the education of the Lungs Errs & GULF RAILROAD CO. SOOpmAr ... ......Chicago.. :.TPennsylvania. .... ..LvllOCCaa ...... 303a ".....Mobile.... .... *{ ..*.
Lusincss.ch.crtise be- Surely cured by it. Call 6"f> J. L. | I .. .. 740a "..New Odettes.", 14ipl.: .

common denounced people those he was who angrily cause it is the only wayt of Gaskius, Druggist ;. and get a. trial TIME CARD NO. 25.lu : KANSAS CITY, JACKSONVILLE ST. LOUISA LODISYI::, JA SC-r..
by con ToO 'ANu.
letting the people know that bottle free. Regular size 50c. and effect oa and after Nov. 7. 3ti No. 33
sidered themselves the better S IAw v..Jack5oavLo.: ..... ArAr !I'S.l.a.
you are alive and in the fieldof :$1.: bottle No. 1.: No. 3. Uo. 2 No. 4 800pm Lv... ..... Jacksonville.. .. Ar. Ziiun '10 14rn950ptn .Everett..... .. ..LMacoa. \ b3ttto
classes consisting of the rich Every guaranteed, or Daily ex. Daily.; STATIONS. Tally ez. Daily. l0 Upn: .. .. .... .Eve..ett..Lv. 630.m OOi1m .. .. n I IOi..a
honest competition.Advertise refunded. .. Sunday. Sunday. :530am .. ...........Atlanta... ... .. ". 10!55pm 521Jam .. .. .... .Atlanta.. .. 10 r:,pm '
the influential and the price Lv. ate. Lv. pm. Ar am Ar. pm. 11 4.*>am Ar..Birmingham... .... 41:t630ucn \ -\ .... ....C ;:..ttlU.Ol1.t: :'" .. .. 0 IOpni<
power- because you want ;2300 t..Gainesville! ... 1100 7tO 030pm000am .. .... ....Memnhis.r ..... 5 O>Jpm :. .......Lex1njtto1 .... .... 10 Mu.a
ful. By them he was called a : 727 310f..bltnniellill..1038: 653 ..... ..Springfield ...... .. .... lopin; ;! 73<)pai 'ro.. .. .....I.oubville......... t. 14:)&..,
a share of the trade that is The pecan tree is entirely 73J 315 t..Cannon's xng..1055 650 535pm ...... ..ICnausCity.: ...... !10 4iam) ,{ 12am .........St.Lou s't 9 ttaiuNot

,_. demagogue, an agent of Satan, in Florida and will 733: 320t.: .Roe!>y Point.. 1050 045 ,
going to the others who advertise hardy ; 750 335f.... Waunnoota. 1040 633 31, S3, :35 and 37 make connection for Brun.-iwlak', arriving Br. iTv.ci. !S.{0, 1\v\t; ;; 73I
an enemy of Christian institution in almost soil. It 80) 3:5t..Flewcllens ....1030 820 a. m,, 8.00 a. m. and 7.50; p. m.respectively
grow any 803; 3:>0 t..Clyutt.JI .... 1025 615 SLEEPING CAR SKUY2CE.:
and l a dangerous man. I flourishes 810 355400t.... ..KirUwood.10 610 Nos. 33 and 33 Fast Mall
fI'muIarylantl to Sleepers between New York and JacksonrUls.: and the Cincinnati : :
Advertise for business, not 815: .... Seniors..... 1005 605 Sleeper via AiaeviUo.!
': But Jefferson never faltered in : 817 4 Cat.... .Tacoma .... 1000Taylor's 600 Nos. 37 and 33 through .
South Florida. As to growing carry Sleepers between Jaclwimva'.e and New York la concoct.'o.i:
for fun sentiment.-Ex.Regard ... ...... .
+ or 820 410f 955 555 with 8 and 13 and 5 and 10 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville! an-l'!'aupa.
tho great work he had under- i it in our light sandy soil, wo 825: 4 IS; t....Micanopy42ft .... 950 550 No. 30 carries the Ciacuiaati and Florida: Limited. This istrougtt/ to J oM cl; oavIle by
835 ... .... 940 543 NO.33. "
takenand successfully corn- ) 837 4 t.Lake Simonton.\ 33; 540: Close connections at Cincinnati St. Louis; Kansas
$10: $199. have found that it producesfiner ; and City for all points West and 3 utb.
84.5 4 35 t.. .. llickmun ... I 930) 5 3j Nos. 1 and 2 carry the the.Jo.ck.oDville- Orleans Sleeper.tDaily .
batted his aristocratic opponents. The readers of this will be nuts, under scientific cultivation 847 t..Southsid3: ..... 925: 530 except Sunday. Daily except Saturday and bunday. I T'-L" train: doer: not ruiJonday.
paper ; 9-4) 525 .
8S2! 445t..Dun/urvon./ and '
( Sunday -
Monday only. .
Connections at Tampa for St. }'ohI \Jrj( .IanUUf1J
To Thomas Jefferson, with the fertilizer 902 5 00 t... ..Irvine..... 910 515 lIver and Key West and Havana steamer Steamer "Mauatee: '. for ail (11l.M1Wah./
pleased to learn that there is at same .... ... ..FiJrt Dr.ne.. .... .... river. At Starke for LaUrov At Waldo steamer for Melro.se. Connects pints at 'I'ailacuo1c.
the father of the democratic feast one dreaded disease that as is given to the orange, Ar.am Arpm. Lv.aia. ..L..pmt.telegrapb for Carrabelte St. Marks and ApalachacoU. Connects at laver Junction for Cha.ttILt>rl.e
stations River steamers. Connects at Oca.a for Ilomosasaa. Connect at Fcrnaudlna for Cumber;:
.. party, are the people indebted been in all than when it is in the f.-Has&tailon. land Haute Steamer to the Islands and Erunbwiclc.
"> science has blo to cure grown
>.* J. F. BUNCII. Gen. Pass. .
.. Agent.V. All baggage: will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets[ will still be SOUl at the city i ttctdt;
.. for religious freedom, free I1public t. its stages, and that is catarrh. richer river lands, under neg- .J. IIEHLOXU. Gea. Maa. office !:Hogan'; Street. as well a at the Union Depot ticket office.
------ ------ 11. W. e.\J11'BELL,1'asaenger:! Agent. J. E. M .MtSIIALL,
schools the
, right Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only1Positive lect. This is because the Ticket Ajrer.t: 202 Ut liny St., corner Hogan, -kaonville, Fla.WALTER .
; ,.,
of the people to govern them euro; known to the medical elements required for the pro- ASK : G. COLEMAN, Oeuernl Traveling Agent, Jackhonville.
A'. MacDONNELL, Gen. Pa s. Agent. ..
selves. He was in many ways fraternity. Catarrh being a duction of fine nuts soon be- FOR

the greatest man this.countryever constitutional disease, requires a come exhausted in the best of TICKETS '

produced. Our churches land. Southern "
constitutional treatment. l1alPeCatarrh : ...

and our public schools are +*$f
Cure is takeninternally
;[... monuments to his memory Beanfy Is Mood DeeI' *gf VIA 1
!acting directly upon the blood and Clean blood means a clean! skin. No ." ;
,> There are enrolled in the public beauty without it. Ca.lcarets, Candy Cathartic ". Railv/ay 0
: .- mucus surfaces of tlw system, : clean :your blood and keep it clean, by .
: schools of the United the foundation stirring up the lazy liver and driving all ira-' f
thereby destroying
purities from the body. Begin today to3nishpiropes nSOHTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE
; 14,000,000pupils
r;, f- '' ; of the disease, and giving the patient boils, blotches, blackheads,. T 'EJ
': : daily attendance about and that sickly bilious complexion by taking; n. }a 11
,: average strength 'by .building up the Cascarcts ul.lty for ten cents. All drug. i; i: f OJ M ] ;iiOUOS PULL3TAN: DRAWL IG KOOH CAKS, Diinno CAt:3,
o. 10,000,000 number of teachers gists satisfaction IOc 25c 5Jc. 1 V
a ; constitution and assisting nature guaranteed M @ 9 j._ Tno:oUGUrAPECOACEESVESTi'IULED: TBAIIJS.NORTH .

,;',>. between 400,000 and 500,000. in: doing its work. The proprietors This nation is on the high

Gainesville Sun. have so niu&h faith in its curative road to real greatness. We are Q AND EAST AND WEST. .

Service in the United States powers, that they offer One bulling up a navy that will TIlEJIT&KvV ,

.- .. navy is not hard and the pay Hundred Dollars for any caso thatit command the respect as wellas TWO DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND: TUB GAST.VVashin .
'. fails to cure. Send for list of
the admiration of the
t. is good. Ordinary seamen testimonials. Address .
ten and Southwestern Limited
With there will
:1rece] \.e $19 a month seamen F. J. CIIENKY; & Co., Toledo, 0. a great navy .
And the United States Pas! Mel!!.
come a great mercantile:: : :
l., of higher grade $24 a month Sold by druggists cts. po

Hall's Family Pills are the best. marine as a matter of course.
... ;/ !"'- i" landsmen: $1G a mouth, blacksmiths riT 21 EOIF23 JACKSONVILLE: : TO FA3HIN3701T.
"" "" """" '"' "

: 1 .. 850, plumbers) and What is known as 4 the The American traveler of TheJacksonville. \ ONLY 27 HOU23 JAOKSOIIVILLS. : : TO UECall '-;; YJZ::

t fitters $45, sail makers 25, season"' in Cuba is the future will have no excuse

., rainy
:.. Painters $30 machinists who for complaining that theJtarSpangled ... : !Vc3tiluled: Trains oonposwl of Ln' 1t Improved Pullman 5Jp-pin' !?Ctr "al Ilotol Cain -
.. --
"about The
beginning. period .s ;Car. through withoat chano: to Wa.HhJnttoa.! &1t1.aIJfO.
'fit. }have seen a year's service 55, covered by the six months of ] Banner is seen Tampa and P it .:4.I..hI..:vex Yurt aa d tw I: c.

4 nowhere on -earth outside of
boiler makers $60, coppersmiths shows Key West
1$97 precipitation. .. .
$50 firemen $30 and '
., ').... to. have been :as follows: May,. Inter-Ocean zI'v a TWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND NASHVILLE.J
: $ $22. In .
DAla passers 11 inches: June, about 7

every case a daily ration goqs inches; Don't Tobacco Spit end Smoio Tonr Ufe Army. A North ,
9 Csrs
inches. July, nearly ; Thrcajh Sleeping Daily Jacksonville/ to j|
: the commutationbeing To Quit tobacco Cs.sU1l1.nd forever Le nsagnelic. and ,
with the ;
pay, August, 3'1 inches; September, lull of lite: nerve and visor, tate No-To- : Cincinnati, via! As: =vi1l:, Tircu::h t3
30 cents. This is fairly Dae.tli31\(1U c-'worker. that;makes wca* men South LineThrough :>' ; "
and October 38 ,
10 inches "
-J strong.; druggists,50c or Cl. Cure guarantied / : }' .
good pay for the service ren- inches. The precipitation Bookie and sample: free. Address ..' '-

dared, and as there is no inducement abut 90 Sterling Kemeay Co., Chicago cr New YorltA ,... ,. -'. ,.. ror detaDfd!aorrrs'imt es to rates, gc1>ecln:e+t. 1',c-plnj car rsserratJoaa. ela, a r :T to
for; the whole year was the "q.' r.nr vent of tlo SO'tTRCIlI E .1 f.Vf ATP.,. or ita ounxreetlungL. .
1 on shipboard to Kansas widow, whose ..
inches. It, however, does not : "

-spend money, the men should always run up to this figure,. husband lost caste and fortune HEART '" ;'. A. SHIPif A5, }j'tJid.3 Pass.: Agt, 212 West Bay Street Jacksonville, 1' .

f through drink and who 1. E. GULP. W. A. TURK S. H. HASD W IC$
f- be able to save a good part of but varies being strong .,, .
-j. considerably, ,
Traffloi Manager; Can. P3 ltt.. Aist. Gen. P&a. Ad.:
their pay. \ I some year?. much lower than finally l died with delirium O. RFJJORTIA. '..- \Vaihinztoa.D.a Ward: s;l<>ij, I). CL Awr.t.s.Ga.
May 2 1897.
<' tremens had a marble monument ,
for 1897. Twenty-four inches -- .. -
John ,Wannamaker the -- -" -- --- --
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erected over his .
rainfall 1 it. is said is ordin- grave .1
'" of __ ___
;. '. :. : great department store man, for normal\ upon wfrich a snake of manycoil n THE POMONA NURSERIES 5 5NEW

,.,.-.:.,,.' ..J is not only a reform candidate narily adequate has been chiseled, as also CATALOGUE '
Write the General Passenger 0 I 8vo o. f
:, : for governor of Pennsylvania: purposes. this the ron ....
k inscription upon Agent for information.
\. .vn.LtEt ti y TO MAIL lit OCTOBER :
: "
-. : 'i but has offered his services pedestal,. and just beneath the W. B. COFIH Gen'l I Sup L_ .w ( frifq .

; "V and of to the ;> "'- One party writes us follow of oar tetla-. .
:i\ a regiment men, CASTOR .
: fiery eye and forked tongue of G. D. ACKERLY, Gen'l Pass. igl t t, 'T't r3' 1rlc 're: ''Will you pUa,e. '''' : } ':4 .;: v-- Secretary of war in case we "At last It biteth : k T.l.iatv'e KoTierj Ca-tlogae.! I hot H Copt; : .but f
For Infants and tlfe loaued it. find intrrestintbisc
serpent; JACKSONVILLE. have I to many C Y
>' :}?>; ,:' :. have trouble with Spain. His "'h '( i' in it that I do act wl{ h to Le wttLoat r
r like and
: The Kind You Havs Always I> Bought t a serpent stingethlike ti: iir J\ copy." +

",." :. .h-'i, ,;.: :::v, : ; : Philadelphia emplo".csh3., .ye an adder." .' i iiRUIMtHT I -,-. .... ...' .f'" good Our teatures new i8o otbet&J7catatoguelx.itx{ CaUlovae wilt contain *tit many be tr

':" ,;r. '*rvK :w already signified their intention Bears thaSignature 1EDICAL l K ? < ft) crw ones Fully Illustrated wj-h crizv arrr

,< .' and ask him lead of Ck! d C.a..STOn.z.A. ............ ; a,* of 't
to to -
J ; go, -z ,Ji. Fruit and Ornaujental Tree and S>J ta ; 1.i i";ei
Ts tnl! : You Have AI'A'3TS Q ii ttSigrrataso i
: .has Bean th> t.r I IJl11 to Southern ptanti g. Catalogue, Ptee. Addr" .
them. .
: Secretary Alger
.: : /I; *
'ri :.::.' : accepted Wannamaker's offer,.: The total l1Uluber'of men I "ct ca .I; \ PCewe.sdnd l'ttost Pref1tab'. ,
J .J; ;.... if needed. Mr. W annamakerhas i liable to military duty in :th* \\ ...Peach._....for S+ ntfcern. Plant'nr.:.-,?C2ZCtATV8IZS- - -:... ..KACCi._. EAST.. :I3LIU. J

\ I Singular as it may appear I Tuj1 ,'\J .__ u_______ _________- _-.. '
.1f ; :' made the promise to l his: seyeral states, inclusive of the [ -
: some of the men i in congress : -JOB PRINTING I
*. peace WS: HAVE NO AQSS57G
of the To Rcllablo rV3an.Mzrrelcc l
f and exclusive
f l&\ai .- men that man enlists militia "'
I ,
every will sofar themselves | aM, t.-o-a (!1L' :- .
forget .
r,. IIPr'lo11nee antf rno month**reoediwof wbc'esoe .J.i ,. .
nasal tii I f'1do. .ylIsere
militia is estimated
t 1'salary will continue .. .. trial,vmkovt Ri'. .
'.. rare j* rfcr ut 00 sent 01 anycddaeerry1lrrtblthafnremostampart7latba \ : fer'P v.lrttl'n. p ,
as I A-uVOCATE ;
THE office
to Bring it to .
I ''>'':.or, and in case he is .1 killed: or des 'I }be 10,180,043. Greai- Scott! fight. .Yorldin tie trtatiueiitct. IU\"G Rex:.broken fiwcosraced I .. ,. .' 'p'GH.bt! bntr.f1.: j..-y,.: >o tj:7t t'.';:.:3!' ..:-
i froUtEifoe"; of exce: +sr.. er1Iurll. WE CAN DO IT } I i '. ""
f.V .. ( J -l
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t "':.. while in sen'ieco.: .: will, pjiy \VIiat ;m army we would Iiavle,_ 'n-and 1 lucid cried 1C poor tor&tioncr.Ac. It develop I app TQl'"ent ga uf rt'C1rf'od.all nt.Jt eompiete contiaicra..rr'sr I I'J AS YOU WANT IT- )1 ." :' "" t1 ,. .- '...
'' I be tiNe or tMs ofr.-r.. 4-witPi..W\ < ser'jI. WHEN YOU L\ ., .
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the heirs of every oiig the sum if they wore all put into fellow as the horseshoo'Qyer .cb-rre n) Ceptr"a; tit) zzvMiarAA.lfdr6 I \ 'V 1'1. : -'. U')

vice.-E. I the door ft'i.lon l his>'head.: ERIF I Fnlp..l.r.n 6, MA0ARA'9hT... I TRYUS! tai r&4. ._"-" .R.r.I,.'.'_; '::; ..'.1.<'!1 ..
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LOCAL GLEAIUHGS.j "Hurrah for the Old Patriots.*' PERSONAL_ NOTES. 1 Mr E. K.: Johns; _our handsome -._....... ""' -..-...-.... .-'._-- ._.....-.._..._._. '!''tt _.-- -. -,. ..,., _. "
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Starke is to have'a home guard 'Mr.(Geo. ft.Watts.of Philadelphia, United! Stat* Deputy ,Mar hil,,madea _, .-"'' :r. __ -s: ,. ...;;< .... .-o-' .. : .:.:..:..
and, the men .'that, have banded wa. in the city Sunday. business. trip. to Jacksonville: Frt '
:. GATHERED CITY AND NEIGH' llay. '. themselves together'to protect our I Iloraes Sheriff S. BDenmark made a fly* .. Toc4HBUYER.S -

BORHOOD. and families are'to be men j ing* trip to Lawtey Friday. Mrs- IL:T.JJIcnard- -- returned..to her- )
W .
1 r home at Waldo l Saturday after a .,,#; ..
.ITEMS PERSONAL, PERTINENT &: PECULIAR. not under : the age of 45 years. 3Irr. A. J. Hayne, of,Theresa,-was :'plea! -ant visit, with relatives in this* :

-- Qnite large: number 11 already shopping, in the city Fr-itJa)'. city. \j e are 'closing out our .

Weather Forecast. signed the papers and they are R*v. Lee, the evangelist, came to Mr. 'F. G. Sherman the hustling entire stock o f. . : ,_ .

still coming. When a sufficient this city: from Ocala Friday. representative, of the Florida Hard-

Pair to-night and' Tuesday. number have i-igaed they,will then Mrs. D. P. Weeks, of LaCrosse, IP ware Company, spent Sunday in ]Dry Goods -"e tb ng""r Shoes tCJ:
: apply for arms and amunition and i visiting relatives Iu this rity.Mr. ;, .

*. Old papers for sale at this office. will elect officers, etc. Following ., Paul'(' 'anova made a business! Air. F. H._ Wet,one of Green Cove's -'. '- ,:',3 I

Blank trip to High Springs lust week. imminent citizens ,aud livery stab! In fact everything we have in' 01 "
mortgages for sale at this is a copy of the document: _; .
men was!: !iu the city on business stock, and we will sell goods
office., We, :the undersigned citizens of ,Mrt .0, S. J-Lnson, of_Richmond, Thar=day. ,..
Va spent Sunday in this: city.Mn'r. ,
' :.: One of our citizens contemplate: Bradford county, Florida over the Mr. F. A. Fiher, Lawtey'a popular

: tunning excursions to Tampa in age; of 45 years hereby agree to or- vibit to.. E.Jarks Bugs+iiiville:; made Friday professional p"stnHll1ter. was iu our city Friday. At Prices That fill Surprise Our People .;.. .,

order to give our people a chance, ganize ourselves into a company to Mr. Fisher IH a frequent visitor to "
Mr, Clayton and wife, of Hampton, Starke. :>!
to smell gun powder and hear the be as the Bradford County A visit to our store will con "

big guns. Home Guards for the purpose of was visiting' in the city Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Judson, who have vince you that we 'mean just "" f .

perserving 'the public to) Tax Collector J. C. Byrd, of Lake be-n spending a few months in ibiscity : what wo say. Respectfully, -i.; ,., 1
Olive Vickers, (colored.) was np peace, Butler, was in the city yesterday. turned to their home in Michigan ..: t I' ...
} insurrection and riots and 5?
before Justice Gardiner Saturdayon Mrs E. Strong and Mrs. J. M. to-day. '
to repel invasion. It is understood I N. \ft1. .HACKETT : .
a' charge of assault and battery that the said will Truby visited J.cksouville Friday._ Mr. K.; Q. Douglas, our obliging ;

As no evidence could be found company Mr?. M. J. Mott returned 1 to her and wide-awake: piano salesman, hoe

against him he was set free. not be required to serve beyondthe home at Sutilla Bluff, Ga Friday. returned from an extended tour of ar: aWTai Fla_
limits .of said Bradford county Bradford county.

Dr. J., H. Colson, of Waldo; Dr. Mr.. Euoch Griflia and wife, of .- .....- .........""' ..........'.... ..-...,..._. """ ..,.,.,..,.r.--, ',. .,-.".. .,. .".; .
J.; Harrison Hodges of Gainesville without the consent of the majority Lawtey, were in the city Saturday. Mrs. Alexander and little daughter, ,_,,.,,_."; '_''''..cu.,J: :':;#'_.,.,,-.,,.-c.a.-c'S--.-,. ..,.."; .,..,u_-......._...,! ...-..'_"" ....-...'._-.'-_.._,._...... ::': ......_
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of the members. nf Hampton, spent the s''ay"I hursday.
and Dr. R. T. Walker of 3115. N. D. Wainwright, of G .Iues- "' .
Following the that have as ;;ue:+ts of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Cedar Key, passed through the signed): are* ones J' vllle/ is visiting relatives in this city White in thi: city. .f*.;;;.' 7

city yesterday en route to Jacksonville J .M J Trubr, A T, VonKim, Tax' Assessor. .f. Epperson,: of 'Dr. J., O. Hayne-, our popular.dentist .: arDeclared t

where they will, attend the Dr late PowellV W'':Sapp: Lake1, ItutUr, was in the city yesterday visited Jack"unyilSunday./ --" .. .J ; ;

-' annual meeting of the: State Medical L D Wall+ W W Tumblln, >, rhp Doctor says Jacksonville i is.ex- ,
-Association.The M 'B Liddon, W H Davis, Mr; Barnum Johns, a prominent ciied 1 _over the war. (_-. Not by the Government, but : 4. .v. :: .

Bradford B Hayues, F' O Hi;.ling! '\v.irth. citizen I l of !JSTe\v River,. w...- iu (tow Messrs.Joe:! Lovit and Percy Bol- the,, people should be more interested .
County Guards 'VJ Saturday.Mr. "
.lones, J F P McMurray O"i visited Hampton Friday.: Joe in the war .
were out. in full force Sunday ,y. n II-ynes, U D Miner, J. W Williams, one of Tamp:t',.. says the str iwberry crop at Hampton: '

morning and indulged in a tkirmish W T Weeks, G. o E I'ace, progressive,, citi us, wiJtutlie'citySaturday. t is year was a success: -. '
drill the WH: Rivers, Geo C White -/ON PicEs; :
on base ball grounds. Miss Murla Weeks who has been
J Harrison "G
C A Floreus,
Amid shouts and cheers the 1 boys E W Burroughs H Hollii.jsworil, Mr. H. Wyun a prominent citizen apend'ng a few days! visiting her ::,:

charged on an imaginary foe of J G Alvarez. Chas B Ost, of Sampson, was on our pavementsSaturday. aunt:Mr"l. R. Turner, of LaCrosse, which has been declared at -.. ', Y
returned home the 1 store of - - '
Saturday. -
: ;
: :. .J..
Spaniards across the grounds and T W Sweat, W H Taylor I ,

into the swamp back of the grounds. : L Oil!till, JKMelcher. Mr.:: B._ B. McCaa, Auditor of the F. Mr. I). M. Wills, who has been ;

C. &':, P. IVy-i was in StarKe on business i. working: in Jacksonville for the past I J.\N. HODGESj .

Rev. Lee, the Evangelist, begana i Thought the' Spaniards WereHere. Frida).. f,'w months is vhuthig: his mother, .
Mrs. C. Wills In this city! ::.- '
series of F
in the
meetings 1
pel Mr. Lee Miller .
go of Jacksonville Who says everything must go '- _
tent Sunday evening, and a large Prof. J. K. Melcher had: an exciting was in our thriving little city on busi Mr.-W. E. Davis vMted Jacksonville to;, make' room for new goods.. .y w ; .

congregation was out to hear him. ,experience last Saturday ness Friday.Mr. Friday' Mr. Davis says th-+t He is undoubtedly ',
there is considerable
< excitement in
He made a good impression on the afternoon The Professor was Geo. Ott and little son. of Jacksonville '
over the war.

.. people and Sunday night the tent. :' laying on a lounge_enjoying a de city Lawtf-y Saturday., were in Bradford's largest Mr. Sam Perry and wife of Clay The Leader of Low Prices.

was well filled. The lightful afternoon when.sud-
pretty meet nap county, were-in the city Friday. Mr.
Be 31 r. Jake Ward, one of Ward CityV Why scud away for !goods when .
ings will undoubtedly: be dealS was awakened-from hi
a sncces. spromising Perry says he'}is willing to organize :1
'young men, was on our they can ho bought just as-
every way slumbers by the noise of a terrifficexplosion. streets Friday. home Luard IB Clay county. cheap at home. ...

Last The Professor said H. Grimes t '.t- ,
Capt. genial old
Thursday evening an exciting Re '. :Mr. Hnleman: of Cedar Key, ;
horse glass fell like rain about him He salt of the Steamer Alert, was iu the JUST THINK OF IT, ;.;:; ,
race was run on the was in the city Sunday, the gued o f ,
# Couuty Club race track in Jacksonville was startled and immediately II. C- xeiberger.c citY Sunday.. Like the n edlo and Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats,Shoes,Trunks andValiseq, ,fUndertakers' .1 i
the magnet, there are attractions! ', ,
between horsss jumped from the lounge. Il Goods, Builder's Material' Shelf : -
the of f Tutan up Mr. J. It. Thomas, a hustlinirtraveling .
Capt. C. BrinUley, the hustling Hardware, Farming Tools\ IIanH'ss, 'S.Hhllpry and
of Jacksonville and l Bud Crews f says when ho got on liis.feet h e man of button, was,.on on r
o Streets manager of the Atlantic Lumber Co., Bridle.Furniture, StovS, Sash. Doors, Blinds,. ,
this ('onnt,)". The Crews horse felt something cold trickling downhis Saturday. *gas in the city :OUI1(1\; .)". Mr. Brink Paints nnd Oils, ALL GOING CHEAP l.t, ,

came out about 23 feet ahead neck and placed his hand back Mr. J.V.. Fellmm a hurtling i icy came in to attend the tent meet ..::'" ': -

Several }people from Starke and a there, to see what the matter wa.. knight nes here of: S the.ituiday.g grip,. was talking bus} ings. Fresh t Stock of Groceries Constantly on Hani : y Tr

)large crowd from Jacksonvill C When he l looked at his hand it waired Chas- R. Eusey, the popular representative .

witnessed the race. but not' with blood. It \rastrawberry -> Dug; r, the turpentine operator of the T. & T. Refrlgrr:+to I SELL FOR SPOT CASH, at cash prices and _
from New River, wim i:: the city Work*, left Monday for Callahan defy competition. ".
The Victor Cornet Band and th e jam that had beensctting on business Friday.Mr. where he \\ ill hustle In the interest of "

Bradford County Guards coiibined 1The on a shelf above his hca:d. 1. c. Lin more, a substnntiacitizen : the old teliaGle'f. & T. ::r \ V :eODGEJS"Truby

forces last Friday evening ,JAm had! been fermenting and of Ward; Ciiyva+ ia Stark e Mr. A. bl. Ackerman, bookkeeperfor

and parsed away a few lion rs finally bursted the jar it was in., on business: Saturday) the Atlantic Lumber Company' Stornberg & Co-'s old stand. .,

pleasantly. The band played fo r The'' Professor bays he thought theSpauiards Capt. R.- C. Heibergi-r, our huHtlin:!. was in the city Sunday. Mr. Acker- ., .... ... ... ..... .
man has about recovered from his Injury ,-_., .If1II' ., ". .1f'' "" ... .. ......-. .. '--.
the boys as they marched around had, opened fire on him express agent, made a business ttip i 1 -:? --.,.-,:-;;.-......-.............t:::......-....-_.:tIQ t-..--_'-_'"; _._.-.,.-,..-.-,.. .
sustained few /
l .a monthago.
to Jacksonville Fr1d .
with ;
Howitzer. lJ.
the large hall. Quito a number f a \t
o Hon. E. P. Ward of Ward f THE C. B. ROGERS 00. -
visitors Mr. and Mr?. E. E. Canova and little I} City, 1 ,I
were and
present -
cougratu shaking} hands with his
A Clever Trick. son are'visiting relatives in Jacksonville was many i.j. ill
lated the boys on their soldierly!; for a few dny friends in this city Friday. Mr.' IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE GROCERS.
appearance and fine drilling. Afte It certainly looks like it, 1 bu: Ward nays that every body at Ward} iti :r. .cso:! rv=.-'''''''" ::'A.. i

the there is really no trick about i it Mr.: F. G. Miller, who has been City is excited over our war with! Hour Grits Meal Etc.
the young ladies ai d ,working down South, has returned d Spaiu. Provisions! Grain, Hay, g
it who has Lame
Anybody can try +
gentlemen enjoyed a delightfnldalcc. to his home }in thi cit 9 SOLE AGENTS FOR Our business confined to the Ot
Back and Weak Kidneys, Malarhior Mr. and Mrs. Wesson, of Chic. ;';ro, t
Mrs T. P. Wall returned toGunes.vllle ,ia8vi:4iting j5 Fairbank Canning Co.: Lion Brand trade only. Orders from con- W
nervous troubles. We mean who have been spNailiu:; a f-nv *"*
Mr. L. B. Boaz, the hnstlin,!! he himself b\ [Saturday: after a pleasant visit Mr. and M rll.! A. Floreus ol f t Canned dinners neither solicited nor def -
call cure right Meats.
away with relatives in this f ired. m.m .
clerk at J. F. P. McMurry's city. this city, returned home rhby.Mr..

eery, who has recently located WOo it t icine taking tones Electric up the Bitters.whole This system mod Mr of:;, John'F. Geiger a ,leading sit Wesson!: says h" like winter.. Starkeind wil: fl Quotations Made Promptly On Application.
Florida's return again next
our town, says he ia well please.I acts a stimulant to the Lived zen :: metropolis, Was! a ...... ."", ......._............ ....... ........ ., .",. ." ."", .,.,. ."", ..-.--,,,,,,.,.,.--
with Florida, as r visitor to Starke Saturday. Mr. Bud Turner, one of W Itrll I_.-_."", .-. .-,..-_. .--. .-"", .-,t",.-,.-,.-.-_ -,. .-.-. ......_.
the warm climate an '
and is blood
Kidneys, a purifier: Mr. J. M. Wnlfenden, Sampson'swidejiwake City' le'-ding young men, wng amoi.g
balmy breeze agrees with, him vcrj" and nerve tonic. It cures Consti; mill man, was onpur the v5s itorai to this city Saturday.Mr. r

a much, and he is improving ii i pntion, Headache, Fainting Spells: streets on business Saturday. Turner says the boy( of WardCity -,-, E. W. DRIGGERS ,.h-l > "

health. His family is also wcl 11 Sleeplessness! and ;Molancbolly. Ilis i and surrounding neighborhood; ;;
: Mr.Cut;, ,i ntioti'. a pi+mlnent business "- '
pleased with their new home. Di r. purely vegetable, a mild laxa. { man of Jacksonville: was- in Military re tliinkhi Companjv seriously* } : of organizing: a LIVERY l SALE AND EEED i 1 STABLES :
; ;
Boaz says he has had plenty o f live,: and restores the system to its! Starke on buiueps Satunlny.Mis { ,

r vegetable which he raised hitnsel natural l vigor. Try Electric Bitters :< Williams, -one of Alachua's Mr. John Osburn died at his ..
-STARKE FLA.dI ( *+*
and"he has a watermelon patch of and be convinced that they cnarmiug. young ludi'! 'slisy visitit home on Kingsley Lake Friday ,

500 hilla that is fine. The patcltvas h are a miracle worker. Every bottle Miss Uattte,Wills} in this city. morning at 10 o'clock. Mr. Os-

planted in 50 Mr.] llayrn >n February and the guaranteed. Only cents
ti vines are a Kpulir| young men, wa asthma and catarrh for seversyears 1 1 Hake a Specialty of r CoaieyiDg TraieliDg Men to Points in the Coantry.-...
now blooming. H e bottle at Gaskin's Drug Store.A 41
in Starko on business! Friday.+
thinks the outlook for this section which finally terminated in
Mr. Win. Alvarez a well-to=do his death. He 74 of SECOND-HAND HARNESS AND BUGGIES FOR SALE.
is great and he is glad that he has Cutting;;: Scrape. | was years age

qtst. his lot with us. _Last Saturday evening about farmer of the Water Oak sectionVa and was born in England, movingto
\ v trading in Starke Sat urda y. -
The President l has called for !I snn-down J. 0. Philips and S. b 1 I. Kingsley Lake Ifi years ago. ((0 r:3: = ::':::S.l.-T '..J S03_ 0
one Mr. Edward Mid,II
< t"n, our 1 op-
Strickland, of Theresa, became involved The funeral ;services were held at t
hundred and twenty five tho sand lar livery I man, made a lui,inec trip, LiO D
' volunteers and 750 will have to be in a dispute at that plac I to Florida's, Ihetropol's Friday. the home of the Assessed Sunday ,

which! resulted, in Strickland receiving afternoon, Rev. LV.. Kickliterofficiating. < "L3 ,
famished! by Florida. Starke vii City councilman. W. Hicks The body! 'eras interred LJ GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS n 1

probably furnish 45 or 50 of her several. '. ugly wounds inflicted made a buslue-s) trip to JacksonvilleFriday .'at Kingsley Lake cemetery a k

,. gallant sons to be used in fightinga with a razor in the hands .,1 1 returning the name day. with Odd) Fellows honors the sameevening. 0.W 190 and 190J Duane St., New York. .'. 0)n ..1

Philtps. The boy had been at Miss Bell Corpew arrived Sturdsyfrom ,
foreign foe. The time for -4
parting LJE
is almost at.hand and outs for: several days which resulted ,Melrosr. Miss Corpew will J Southern Fruits S Vegetables a Specialty.We '. w .

perhap in :the afrAira- stated.Strickland's enter the High School in this city. I Gentlemen over the age of 45 LJ !: .
before the week has O\'e Slake a Specialty of Stratcberrlc find Peaches I. -1
patted: away taoc '
: who want to enlist in-the Home Throughout the Entire Year. '
our ,dear boys will be en route to wounds: are not dangerous Mr. Y lter'ToVn8er'Ule hustling "
the battlefield but are very painful. He tupenth.e operator of :New River, was Guards for the protection'of < RFFEBBXCE--Irving National Bank, New York,and CommerVtS CD r-
some of them neve was 'bron F lit to this city nmong the visitors to Starke Friday.V mothers wives and sitters in thcic< cial Atencie.! n .. I;

to return again. The time is almost 1- Monday. troublesome times will find the J- -L-.i-_-- '. 'C1I: S--.-...-........--, .--A"..- 'dPC,..STCS.. (.A
where he (/)
nerevhen received medical attention \ > :arc glad to note the fact that -
. mothers, sweethearts under Dr. E. L Stewart. Mrs. McMurry. who ha-been nickforthe list,at the Starlet Din; Store.. J tA. '"
and brothers 4
bid their i --
I past few'weehs. rapidly I recover. I have an ,elegant plush, upholstered A. JOHNS -
ones fond and :
good bye ilrs. S. M. Alvarez has purchased lug ,
tell them to fight like men, die for: a lot in Alvarez' addition Mr. : Wllhud Parker, one fNewRiver's O' parlor set, machine a new: STABKE FLA.,' '. iS

the dear old stars and] stripes tha drojv4icad l Singer sewing ,.
substantial citizen*,
was avisitor -
next to Prof. Hercules' home.audwHi .
has never been struck to-a for sale! at a. sacrifice.: See me at .
foreign : to Bradford's me roj olia.Fri i in aple and Fancy Groceries
foe. SUrke and all of Bradford have a handsome o cottage dare my cigar nianafactory. 9eT" ;

county feel proud of our boys WlioBO erected in the near future.c' FRED S. DAWSOX. ,
Mr. Sam ParUiill, of Tampa: I I" the Country Produce, Ftc. '-'
quickly responded to the call to I ; ) '
arms for bravo old Blank turpentine land leases'for 8 +Est ,of I hilt niece, Mrs. Capt Burnughs .O.A.STOR.X': ....
Company, I 1hs Lid: YI1J: Nara ruts Boogttmgume '
was the first company iu too'State sale at this office., If yon want- _of this city. Jltv Parkhiil will Bean tb \VEen:in want.of Gd Goods at Reasonable Prices gi\"eme-a:
." j.au 5 v spend ;, a fw: days here t-efare'returniug'toOldTown. ., -# -- '
to volunteer.. ....,,,',",>,!:' v\ any-r come I, A/i andf
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