The Florida weekly advocate

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The Florida weekly advocate
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Alternate title:
Florida semi-weekly advocate
Portion of title:
Florida semi weekly advocate
Place of Publication:
Starke Fla
Texas R. Hodges
Creation Date:
June 22, 1899
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 )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
29.947222 x -82.108056


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Publisher: F.M. Prewitt, <1899>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 21 (Jan. 27, 1898).

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0'f Mr. R. W. Limbaugh, a
F. 0. & P. and McArthur
prominent ice manufacturer ofJacksonville .
Company Have Done
: ., ,. .. ,', G AFTER MANY
', .: ::1IL"L.: : '" -- :-- ... Their Part. was in the city w ,

I The Gainesville Sun of Tues- Tuesday and Wednesday for

the of looking over the

, r : '0 W. 8. HA YNES. N. j. JOj ES. day While says:it is not the intentionof field here with a view of estab- Years of experience in the

lishing an ice and electric light
The Sun to take sides, or

show partiality to either of the plant. Mr. Limbaugh was

SPRINGk ', systems of rail oads running into shown every courtesy while Grocery business, we understand -

here, and met and conferred jO
the city, we propose to give -
item of data with almost all of our promi- ,
the farmers every the tastes and fan-
nent business men. He seems
in market-
that willtassist them ,
IS HERE well pleased with Starke as a 41 -
ing their truck to the beat ad-

vantage.The location and for talks an ice and electric cies of every one and keepin
plant very favorablyof
S reporter was given some
: And now is the time to buy a supply of figures and facts by E. C. Cobb, going into business here.

agent for the F. C. & P. Ry., Mr. Limbaugh owns an ice stock anything you may ,
ft the
'" Spring and Summer Clothing before yesterday, that may prove of plant in Jacksonville and recently "

: interest to" the and' purchased one in De-
growers '
Goods have been picked over. wish.
0 While denies
f.t: shippers. no one ..
that the shippers are entitledto I i He'is well known throughout

L_ :' YOU WILL FIND_ every concision that can be I the'State, and if he undertakesto

establish a plant here he will
.. given them, Mr. Cobb does not FOR YEARS

;, ,\" NEW GOODS AND ALL OF THE like for the 4\ F. C. & P. to be make* a success of it. .

SPRING AND SUMMER placed in a light;antagonistic to The citizens and business men
of Starke should offer him
them. j eve It has been aim to handle the
our only
,: STYLES AT OUR STORE. -: He says, for instance, that ry encouragement and induce

: three years ago there were no him to come here. Improve- .

: ; +-+- +- +++ section cantaloupes to speak shipped of, the from truckers this- certainly'ments make good a town.location Starke for an is best and freshest of everything. We

having tried them, but could ice ,:plant. Being in the center

find sale for them of the strawberry district a want trade and can pleasg
--"f Get a Crash no owing to your ,yon .
F, the fact that it was difficult to great amount of ice is used here,

t dash get them to market in sound and after the berry season I
And cut
a condition. He claims that with Starke and surrounding towns .

f*: Crash and Duck suits for sale the McArthur refrigerator car, would consume enough ice to IJET US FILL] I.'

which is given up to be the finest keep an 8-ton .plant in opera-
, at a sacrifice. '
* car of its kind on the road,
v Your order for Groceries. We have
\\t V Straw Hats they have been enabled to give Honesty is the Best Policy. ,- .
the a first-class] serviceto
glowers Honest goods, honest prices i '
the north, east and west, and never failed to please the; most par-
and honest dealings will surely .
that their truck arrived at its '..
For man boy girl and bring success. Every year. '
every ticular and
destination in exactly the same can please you.OAR .
proves it. The last days of the
condition'as is left the
woman in Bradford county.Attention shipp -r. Notwithstanding the nineteenth century show noth-
i r ing more clearly. We believe
fact that they have done this,
this fact and our works demon- .
qtr.--Cobb claims that the F. C. .
strate our belief. Our goodsare
I & P. then established a rate -
warranted to be exactly as .
/ considered reasonable , all, represented, that is.honest; our Of Hardware is the largest- and most ,
and as proof of this until recently I
J goods are guaranteed to give
as :Mr. Cobb's reports in the We sell :
perfect satisfaction, that is hon- complete County.
show, the F. C. & P. has han- 'jj'.
est. It any article of jewelryof ..
dled about 80 per cent of the our manufacture does not you anything from a nail to a Grapho-- '
entire cantaloupe from
crop give perfect satisfaction we will
/ this section, when within the
II refund the money paid for such phone.RIGHT. .
rt last few days the rate was cut.
articles; that, too, is honest.M. .
Mr. Cobb said that it was not
N. Blanton, of Hampton,
his intention to run down any I ,
: FJa., has a complete assortmentof HERE
competing line, but he
: our goods in his store for sale
wished the growers to know that
at prices that defy competition.These .
the F. C. & P. had met
any goods are made from We wish to a few words in regard
rate offered by any other road, say _
Ladies rolled gold, gold filled or solid '-
and was willing to give the
gold stock and are warrantedto .
to our large line of Corn Oats Hay
growers the benefit of every ad satisfaction ,
give perfect or

We would be pleased to have you vantage.The people. of this section are the money this notice will be should refunded.If reach. Grain, Etc. We keep it, remember.EVERYTHING'* .

to be congratulated the '- .
upon ..
any one living too far away
call and examine our hand- turn affairs have taken, as the
t from Mr. Blanton's store, or
of cantaloupes are now .
any other customer of ours, to ,
some line of Ladies' Summer enjoying the cheapest rate they: permit their purchasing the
have ever had, and the trans-
goods of our customers, we will In the of Butter Lard Eta.
portation companies are giving way Eggs, ,
Hats We will trim your Hat sell the goods at retail to such
them the benefit of of every r

possible reduction.At persons, under the warranty, we keep on ice, ready to serve to you
and deliver by mail. We will
to order,'and don't forget that present the growers have also send printed instructionsas .

the low rate of 45 2-10 on can- cool and fresh.UNLESS.
to the care of the jewelry,

I we are headquarters for taloupes to New York This how to clean it, etc., on appli- ..., "". -
rate, as stated before, will save
cation. W. F. MAIN Co.,
Y GROCERIES HAY AND many thousand dollars to the Eastern Factory corner Friendship YOU
growers of this section, and .
I and Eddy Sts., Providence '

... Grain, and also keep a Ml line of Coffins, they will be can maintained rest assured if possible.the rate I R. I. Are a stranger in town it would be useless -.
Western Factory (largest in the

Caskets and Undertakers' supplies Died. world) under process of construction
at East Iowa City, for us to tell you that we are head-
:Mr. A. Reinoehl died at his
Respectfully, Iowa. Over 52,000 feet of
home in East Starke !
Thursday floor space. ral '
W. B. HAYNES CO. night of heart failure. Mr.

Reinoehl was born in Germanyand Mr., J. D. Canon will move plies. 1'..
into the house Mr. Wm. Mitchell :
EAST CALL came to Starke several .
STREET, STARKE FLA. months ago, where he has lived is occupying in a few days.

ever since. He leaves a wife, "

several small children and a Save money, L.

I ':':"':..'_..:.. '.. :. ,-, ',:_,' ... large number: of friends to CASTORtA'. .
mourn his death. The funeral For Infests and Chilhea.

".. services were conducted_ at his Tto Had Yw H&T8 Alwap) taght t By buying your goods at the right place ;, ;

late home Rev. Holeman
by Bean .
:" and his body was interred_ at of FLOEEUS STAR FLA.
.. Croaby cemetery. .
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Qrida.Jl.e 1 FACT VS. rOCLE. 1nmC.AL. U..11i..uo.\us.
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ld.vocate. I

.- ......, -,- .:-;. n, -:--. The, editor' of the bright lit-; FLORIDA CENTRAL & PEIUNStJt} _R'RR: Z .

PUULIsIiEr my.TKUTISDAY tie.weekly. at-Stsirke f J..1n.hus': .
.. w. ,;I" .. '.. XiC ;;. .1'Z...
-,,' '-AT- shown in graceful convincing > ......,.. ...,
yet 533! a*;"ra 3f l"c: .t-: ="' =- TIME TABLE IN EFFECT; JUNE 11. 1893.; All TrainsCAR :Daily rPt :
: TARI.E; J-_. r. r'":< -FLORIDA.A. fashion, the utter follyof .- .

.OTPOTraJU. F. M. FP.EWITT.POWELL : a recent statement,in an an- unnuuxxnnlM I II nr11A n crfru &. 1AST. \-=:...f((3d. SS ;: SOU'UIER.'f DIV1SJOU.. .. -!.. 13Lv. ,..,. '

.. .. 640:1 21.\p- 21p '.1..V. St6rlc8. _.:_..__._. ....., :\ to y.p
& PREWITT, ti-railroad paper to the effect CISTORIA I Lv. Jacksonvllle-l.Starke. -.... .. 820a) 745p I'ZOp <:Ar. W"da! h... .. ... ... .. ... .. 1O9a 1041p"
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93is: 905p,550p '.Ar.Gainesville.. .. ........ 1:01p: : -
EDIz.'ORS ft11a 7)UBirslrzrtsEUBSCRIPTICN that the town of Starke had IAr. Fernandina Everett...... ... ...... 10 3.a 9 55p 719 P Ar. Cedar Keys.,.... ... ... ...... 70 pL. ...
--.., ....- ( -J) Ar., Cruuswlck.._... 11 3:1.: ,_ .__ i. SUverprl.S.,........ .. .. 1JJ: : ......
been ruined by the railroads.The : Ar 8 vann"h. .... .....1. Zf 11..50- _+f+t -AF- Ocala.__:_.... ..... 131p
u II5aa
RATES. ,!I", .".t! t!.'" "'" t! !" .t!.., ,,,.. .., !. ., Poi_Infants and Children. Ar.: ,t.l1 'fax...... .... ... t2Up 153p .:...- Ar.V1lth..( ... ......... .,......... 232p -
.. ... 4 :20aAr.
One Year ... .....!. .. ................ ....!1.00 Starke editor evidently Ar.. Denmark.L'...:..... 945p 4p CS5ia 242a.: .. .... Ar Ar. Tavares-Leesburg---------------.... .. .....-. 3tr.p 333p 520a
his WThree fails to catch the .of the Ar. Colnmbla.Au/iusta.Ga./ .. ........... 433p 438a ....... Ar. Orlando.. .. ........ ... .. 50Up 820a..
point The Kind[ You Have ., ... ..... ...... ......
Months..... .. 25 Ar. Asheville............ .. ....... 3 140 ." Ar 1VlnterPark. 3-7P
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industrial lesson which Ar. .Cincinnatl...... ...... ....... 'T 4)1> .... Ar. Owensboro. 345p 413aAr. -

., .Strictly in Advance. great the railroad editor strivesto Ar., DanvWe Charlotte.. Ya.r.N-C....C..8.... 12.8a. 40p 9 1,30p 33a _........... .Ar Af. Plant TAmpa.City.-.448P..... .......... .. .... 580p 5 630sAr :8:1..'
11 autt- ., .,. Always Bought Rlcl1IDond. Va.,. 6 Uoa a t5F ...... STARK & JACKSONVILLE 10 11.Ar.
j" Lynchburg...... ..:. 2 4.3 2 23P ... ... -
*' OFFICE : impress. He does not,reply A egeta6lepreparattolforAs- Ar. 3.rlottes\'lne. ...... 450a 3 =P1 ....... .Lv Starke......... .. .... .. .... 21St' 5403-
Ar. "aSbington.( ..... .... 7 40a 9 05 1 ...... Ar. Jacksonville... ...... .......... 358p 753x.
'l2T with theories, but with cold 's1lnnating theFoo iandFc u1a- Ar. Baltimore.... ...... 9 l.a 11 25r' .... ....
;;.. UPSTAIRS IIKMMING1FAYBUILDING AI' Phlla.. elJbia.,.. ... 113"ia 25 > ........ WEST. DIV., ir N. 0. 23Ar.
facts. He shows that before ears ef New yOlk..........., 6 :3s: ........ -50 .
., ON CORNEH CALLS AI'. Boston...... ....'0.-: 91Ap1) '3 o.P ... .... Lv. Starke ........... .. :15:>p.
the of the railroads Lv. Jac sonvWe.... .... .... .. 92030 !513p
WALNUT STREETS. coming NOR1.'Ji .t. NOl'WJ,, ;::>'t. 3-1 :.6 3$ AI' Lake City.-: a 1025pLv.
AND -- ............. .. ...... 1218p 1225
.. .r Starke was barely titIed to a fi a etesDiesticnClcerfuf SL a1'k e.......f.......... .. 0"1" Ar.\r. Mnd1s LiveOak.n..._..:... ...... ...... J 19p 230a
...J Lv. Jack sonvllle... ......... 8011.: 145p 21-\\ .\1'. Monticello........... ... ...... 2 4403-
... AdvcrllsluJ,: Rates. place on the map. It was PrOntO -,. Ar. Everett.......... .. ..10Sa: 953p Ar. 1'allahas5ee.. .. ....... ...... 3a8p 60uaAr.
iOftalnsneit'Ier Macon.. .. ..... ... ...... !40P 24a.; ...... nine .... .,...-... .... .... .a 39p 82530Ar. f
Our advertising rates will b j as reasonable practically:: without business .'nessanc 0 All ants; .... ..... ....... 745P 50 ... Ar AI'. R RiverJunctl y. >>n... .. .. .:;.... 5:5p 940aAI'
.as consistent. with keeping up .a, Opr.1ID-I\I; tphin :nor.?finer aL irmmlham. ..... .., ... ."... l1 a...... Ar Pensacola.. .. ...... .,.. ...... 1100p 6Ar. p 'T
moneyy Nemphtg.: .. ........... ...... 9:t1p ...... l\robile. ........... ...... 30530 ......
the toisKue'cfeth .
paper.' It Is,the purpose publisher or prospects."Look : lioT OTIC. A{. KansasCtty. ......... ...... 535p .. ... .Ar.\r. NewCrleans.. .. ., ..... ... .. 7103AI' ......
:attractive newspaper with only, }L;;' -.. -... Chattanooga........ .... ... fl25a... .
'. tech a proportion of advenisementsas, will first on that picture, AI' Lexington..... ... ...... '5oop... .
Ar. CincnnaU... .......... ...... 73dp ..... for .
insure that &I1,will, be seen and read, ana none then on this," exclaims the ) r a'0TilIli' Ar. Louisville......... ..... .. .... sr'p' ... ... t-Leave Fernandina
'burled behind a mass; of others. Ra.tes"ill Sad. AI' Saint Louis...... .. .... ...... 704a .. ...
..b eunllona and.willbe made. known on application. Starke editor-and he turns .dLtJ'ana Ar. Cbicago.... .............. .. .... 15p... .Jacm s onVllle 7.2aL: m"a nAr. d
: Itd lkSd4-' Detroit-........... ...... ...... ;) 1

... .... the calcium on the postrailroadera. Jiaut+Sftd r* Th e Ar.Ar. IndtnnaJolls.Clevelnnd.r..T..... ...................I,615: P. Ill._ "

"... ri ,- After the, lines of steel -J' F Ar Columbus...,........ ...... ... "
',THE' Louisville conventionS l1.m/ad-
is : rail linked it with the outside iyar. SLEEPING SES:VICE. >
ll \ decided that silver shall be ,
the issue in next year's cam- ; worldStarke, like the storied ,Apofect Remedy' fonsllpa- d K'I n d Arrivals, at Jacksonville from tho North and East, No 35 at 9:00 a. m..

From the and Northwest, No. 37, 9:10 a. m.
paign.A ship, tion Sour St ma.cbDiarrroca.'VormsConvuisionsfeverish: No. 33 at 7':40 p. m. North
-. From the West, No 1, 7:25 p. m. From the South, Xo. 14, 7:55 a. m,.
"Starts she she : .
moves seemsto .
has been Iir1dLOs9oPSLB Yo U nave No. 10, 3:58 p. m.
NEW postoffice established ness .
Lanier feel the thrill of life along .. No 35 and; 36 carry l'udmnn Buffet Sleepers between Jacksonville and
at a little
her keel," 'Y'simi1c Signature of- New York and between Jacksonville and Cincinnati via Asheville. Xog.
plnce ten miles northeast of
Gtc 33 and 34 Pullman Bullet Sleepers between Jacksonville and New
Whl ttier. and the editor points out to his Always Bought. carry
NEW YOEK. York. All meals between, Columbia null New York served On;diulngcar
anti."ailroad"cqntemporary .
with trains 35', 36. Nos. 36 and 37, Cincinnati, Florida and Havana.

EX-SENATOU Pasco has been.npP'Qinted' from twelve stores in 1877, I a q / Limited, solid vestibuled trains, with through sleepers and through passenger *
one ;of Nicaragua Starke has leaped to the coaches!= between Jacksonville and Cincinnati: via Chattanooga. .
Canal Oommissioners by,President CASTO RIA Nos. 13 and 14 carry Pullman Buffet sleeping cars between Jacksonvilleand
ent number of "twentythreestores .
:McKinley. Tampa.

*. t IT -.-i r n including drug stores Steamers for Key West and IIln'uDu-XO. 9 makes connectionat -
Interesting .experiments have and barrooms, two railroads: ,....,...,.. ii
lately been made to test the two hotels, five white churches, No. 13, with those leaving; Tuesdaj'e auTi \d ttY .

of bicycle. Nos. 1 and 2, sleeper between Nvw Orleans and l Jacksonville.Full .
carrying power .. a school]
one high one carriage
information at City Ticket Office 202 West Bay Street. Telephone2GO. -
The result of the tests. were that .. .. ..
-- -- -- ---.
a standing wheel held up three factory, two blacksmith shops, c------ -- F. C. WRIGHT District Passenger Agent.D. .

thousand pounds.A I two livery stables, several lodges equipment of native ability, panded and developed under E. MAXWELL, A. O. JlAcDONEI.L, L. A. SHIPMAN.Sec. : -

," and his watchful l In the V. P. & Gen. Mgr. Gen. Pas?. Agent. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.
,one military company, one long experience complete eyes. very JtcIisnN d IIiIJE, FLORIDA.GAINESVILLE .

terrible tornado swept over band, four doctors, five, law- acquaintance: with the Florida commencement of his career as -- .-- .

the towns of Boardman and Central' Peninsular Railroad general the .
yers, opera, house, manager

New last week Richmond utterly, wiping Wisconsin: them, shops, turpentine plant andover its problems and its workings.To problems confronted him. The & GULF RAILWAY COMFY.Time .

1OOO-people." Floridians, for more than road was poorly organized,
froniithe face.of the earth. At
} Table No 32 In Effect
New Richmond there were near These are facts as distin- twenty years, he has been' the badly equipped and badly ,. Monday, April 10,1899.

fie hu dred lives: lost. guished from foibles. The con- most conspicuous and most handicapped. He set himself No.3 N1;. 1 No.2 -. tDaUi"
** ? : Dally Cp'y Patty Daily
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-uimiiw.---L- -T r tention that railroads destroy popular; railroad man in, the to the task of remedying these Distance ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS. Side ex Sun ex Sun.
LV.P.i\I Lv. Ai\l .. track MAN Ar.Pl\t.
THE "WilmingtonMessenger State. His of fatal defects. He ----
ofl. towns is, !n' nine cases out of fertility resources, reorganizedthe .1'0 31i: 1M T ....... ......Gainesville.............. .... 30 1130 1J:
tells young;r girl at Burgaw his of combinations his road extended the lines 315 30' 7 3j F ...... .... .... .Mtnule 11111. ........... .... ".... 11 tt 130
who placed a note in a basket ten, a bit of vdnd-jamrning, grasp 3:99: 3 V 7 49 P ...... ....Cannon's crusstng........... S 2 1115 7 15
5.18 330 7015 T ........ .. ...RockyPotnt. .............. S 13 1110 'Tl '
of berries requesting the pur pure and simple. Without capacity for attracting traffic amplified the connections and 8.1 3 i0 75.T ...... .... ..'Vacahoota.......... .... S 10 !065 6S'') 350 8 05 P .... .... .... Flewellen's... .. ..._.... ..... 2 1045 IS 4.l".I .
chaser ,to inform her of the leg of logic tostand or and his skill in moving it with laid the foundation of the : 35.) 810 T ...... ...... .. .Clyatt... ........ .... 8 3 10,10 640.
upon 12.59 4 W 815 .. .._........W1'kwood..8 D. 10.5: 63>>
price paid for the same. A reply an arm of precedent' to defend little delay and in the best superb service of the trains, 13J105 8 :0 .r. .. .. ... ...... FAniiore .... ........ ... )00: 6 :1.
I 13.01; 410 IS 2.) '.1' .... .... .... ..:.Tacoma......... ........ .S 5 10 :7: 6: :i
was duly received< stating itself the manner to keep business and both, through and local, which 11 Gs 415 ISJO: F ..... .... .... ... 'raylor'N ....... ....... ... ...... ,1U cO 6 lU:
that 35 cents basket poor, out of-date an- 16.19 42 I is: 3,') 1' ., .... ... ...Micanopy.... ...... .. .... S 2i '101 61;>.
a was paid to make profits have placed him now distinguish the Florida 13.7 43;) 84!! F.... .... .... ....'L'usl'lt\Vllil.......... ...... Z5 1tt (t 6 Ili
for .the fruit. Commission ti-railroad hobby has been consigned 19.-11 01..10 84:> T .. .Lake Simonton.,,......... S' ::0 100 6 tai
the ranks of the Central& Peninsular. 21.0; 44) 1\50 T ....::......:....Ilickm tn................ S to 1I fib :5 r.5
house returns showed that the by modern enlighten- high up !n Throughout 31.37 4 5) 8 ;5i T .... .. .. ......SiJuth..ih... ...... ...... R O 9) id) 5 :1")
i 2-L7 4 f.5 Sf tJlI 1' .... .. .. ...... .DUDar.I.n.{ ,............. S !9 9I 5 4S:
..grower received only 8 cents ment to a place in that wellh'lled practical railroad mm. His I his career he has shown a 24M; 5 05 9 In T .... .. .... ......Irvine,... ........ ...... S 1'2 9 .Ja 5 41) ;
It t 2.) !bl 5 10! 910 1' ., ....... .. .... ..Ft Irnre... ..... ... .... S ... .. 93j r. ;,: .
per .:.qudrl. The truckers are bone-yard where rest the retention will g'g confilence: : high order of ability, and he 27 is 5 1- "i1.r. 1S T .... ........ .........1'd+ .. r. .. ... .... .. S __. .. 9 Al b :'?

Jiow trying to find f a method 1 by other forgotten fossils of the to the! people' of the State and has had the satisfaction: of seeing .\ P'l.r.l'.I, t Lv..A ';:Lt.l'.r
r-Stop oa sf!sail; for pa..scn>:ersorfregit.'T-Teegraph031ee.! S-S top.
__,Ayhich! they cilu'get more than beniglited past.-Tampa Tri- it. ; will. assure not oil: *v cii. --one-third: 1)f-/thC' l'etailll'ice of i .
For further laformatfon address
the berries.-Gainesville Sun.. bune. 4 holders: bit: the patron of the or promoted developet. "

The anti-railroad pn: per spoken road. that! t tho I; : ; and into, their logical and legitimate V. J. I1EKLOXO, L. E. BARKER,

EVERY time we take a bite of of by the 'Tribune snapped the direciiun i o ;the property is results.: .He has gained the Presidonirdj Gen'! Mgr. Gay Frt. &; Pass. AgUGaiutisvillc .

bread we support a trust ; every ah weeks I to ba' in! ; s.ifo cjri-jsrvativa{unvl esteem and confidence of all as Florida.
us up on article,n few | _. ._ ....... .. _
time we buy a-hat to lit our I -- ___ ..... ....-... or
ago, and found tliat it had skilled hands.: The railroad .so !the regard of merit. and persistent --------
,the millionaire .I I
shaggy heads we }help 1 -
to steal more' from us. grabbed the wrong hook. The dear to tli-i,I pdopfe. of Florida i ijI effort_ and there is not a ATLAIITIC SUWArtNEE. RIVER & GULF R'y.

no\vit| tilt, sta' where it Floridian but that that .
When we use sugar in our cof- article was ine;nt to fhot1iaf just ,,e hopes

i-' :rete help out the biggest Starke had advauce
Trustr- the world, and when railroad 'town does' since 1877 consolidated( and prepared ffres11 (\r ninsular will still be controlled ---'" ------ -
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'0.:10 : fur Nu. 1.
-- we satisfy our appetites by and not retreated as the anti- I conilict)! i a new growth. by his watchful,eye and master ( sat & Xo I. ;Caov ST A Tl() 3. illlCS''I, Nr'. 2. Sat &
: Snu oy Daily ;SUV! I Daily Sun .
Iiewiu. a piece of ham or "em _: !_ uy
t balmed" beef aid another. railroad paper tried to make .Ihose.wllo; have j just come into hand. Captain Maxwell i is one .. ...... -"IU P ...iJOCO i r.v... ..... ... .. Stark...... ....,..Ar0- tfS p 1000 a.... ,.
we -.. .. .... 'G c 13 P 7 2J a ; 6 ... .....lne M.iadAtlaTflc. .. .. ...... .. I 5 140 945: a ....:..
.' trust.. The country is filled ; the article appear.CAPT. its possession! are probably: best of the masterful helpful workers . .. .... 62)p::: 7..0:1 ;..... ....hampsanJl1lJcpun.-; ? 7 12.'ip p 9ma ........
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Avltl} 'these 'T'mnpiresyho make e aware ho-v true this is.Vith of the world, eminent not .... .. .. G4tp: :\.:I..... .. ...... .. .:.. ... .u.. JJ, II.I; p p 93J .. .... GHp tHtJ ........Wa (,1t _........;. .. ........
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ii practice of stealing from the. D. E. MAX WELL. the .aid, the skill, the experience for vsrhnt they say, but for what ...... .. tH'.o l' M tI'a :, .. .. 1 .... ..... 'i'h.n: asiIWa.. ... ... 17 I UW 1g3p' p 2 a a9IV ........
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7up ) a 'e. .LaCrosse .., &J! 40 ......
people' whoare: the bone and I There is no man in Florida! ,and:: the.'popnl rity they do. lIe is earnest, saga ................ .va p 83.r... 4.; K;.?a:......:.".. GezeDK.: _'ot..*..'. 21 t12 p 901((05 a a ...
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p a ; : IIa5nwar! 2:1 :t> 85V a .....:..
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country. ; who has a larger circle of devoted of Captain Maxwell it will cious and enterprising with ... ..... 7 r!) P 3 H a f..-.k 4 tJ'.:... :-.I lantetlVl-aae.. rf"t.. .4 I2 20 P 3 J:) a ........
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need "in this free-and independent ., 2g 4 1215p S4T a .. .....
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personal friends than I more and 'for all' of the .. ) f" a 1.1I "r. : f JJI.. l; \ .. ::; I'/p H'J" .......
grow prosperous more parts work ...... .. .. ,.. '- -
forjjresidelit'Who ; : '' iaLv
country is a man .... .... -. -.- ) ..,... .......' .... 'U '.'.'.'' : ''' { ..JH1.a 430: a ....
ivill, sit down on I Capt. D.. E. .Maxwell, second proiUablp l each. year;growing in I. in which he has been so long p p 1: :1. rT' f fi" C..crlia." -+"..,"..... ''"3ft w- Jt.f1...n tUB. .....,...

"these trustsland'give the people i vice president and general manager business, extending: : in traffic engaj ed. He is zealous in it .p'; \.....l'.J.- _.i:.(:rnoxs.vjt5h '";. ". .

their just lnVe firmly bellCeTe.Cthaf i of the Florida Central At Clarke: ; F. (!l A ,#. J. { 'f';'i43wnru"c (1 Ja jsgonvi'If?! ,
: & and improving in eqiupmeut .because lie }loves it and Because .
I auc'ilt'i: i3c.11 ,1T:17fla'Qa: 'n !la,4 tC 'r ::

millionaire a by man.his to own become work:t': Peninsular -llailroad. There_ is and witlj> :augmented he saw: it grow to greater : At piyron_. .Uiuct'oa. wlti (f. S. &F. for Pallia" V
must necessarily be an iron' no man, in the State who so solve, the, fresh problems and to completeness] under:: the For further, informstii'ij'" eaJfini)'. or siUrra.Gen' .-*, *.%-- >. ,-x '

""' ) :'commands the n1 ttli fresh and AllTHUn MEIOS', $';"" ;(.OEO. TOIPSET1-, -'. .
completely .
; clad thief.-Exchange. ; respect dangers. guidance of his brain and hand.. M
!L !; nter.;. JiH'Usonviile. : ;:, Fla. Hupcrhitentlent, S .trke. FJ.i.TAII.OJilXO. ,
of the people generally. serious difficulties i and values. Personally, Captain :Maxwell: \ -...._ _.=. r' ....,..... .,......",.z. .:n- '

WHILE in Starke a few days If-,Mr. J.. Skelton Williams-is. ,. which, each 'year .a.T ,, It will posses,those attractive qualitiesof -.. '-.. ., "

ago it was'pleasure to hear the f, business_ Clap aid the be' a fortunate omen for the mind and heart that win .
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the far-seetnb financier"thlitfFlor- continual success. and the increasing friends -for him. His'manner= ::<::>-c:>..e..<: > S !

"... commencement; sermon at idjans have reason to he i''prosperity of Th Q ][ .4'h S'tt.o:! :>: -...: j : Otit
*'tltelclose 'of .Bradford: County hope the road are finely courteous and friendly I -fc P*j gj ( ]

"lligu Selibol.' It was a'very :! is,' there can be' no possible that. .it should have in Captain t 1 ',- in disposition ]he is kindly I \ t *d!i ? .v Ibi&i3 "I3"1 Wr nsaW ut: tIe tkat core rnanntrs loUd ingredient'make cf
, : / /'i
/ojcable discourse, and the sub- doubt of hid retaining C ltainMaxne1 ,Maxwell- only an able railroad and he.lias, no warmer friends, ::' I., iS .zMlIift %l r Clizr actfir is_"also' necessary to a true V
..Jectuvasi: iandled. velL f:7- <9 ;:, type cf nttcbood.If a man has these/i both *
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at .the, .head of his man, but :Ilso.t!t man no. greater admirers than those _' k 2:SS?;..".i';/viia;. &*, .5 and-alrdfcss! I the' 'cad' sense to dress well 0

church was crowded with an- Florida I ': r .-f'j--l":1-f: 'I': ) he ail; flncl the "iatchstring our for him I
properties Captain schooled in its peculiar problems with whose aid he carries 3"vr ;
: on
.. tjp {iatene: ''who paid_7nark. V -r ?, y 'i.f7 2jl-ovcrlLf,_ \vorld. : it A
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t : atttltitlon 1 to1he' minister'8" 'Maxwell: ,: 1 Tl oss ses. i in a preeminent and precisely.fitted for tbe'iJ1.tri thel'eltf!; ; 'r1 of the"railroad. >:i..l J JiC 1 ) FCc! REALLY CORRECT DRESS i

'.. earnest and in.ll11essh'eVor': s. i degree the many quali- 1\.and difficult task* of? .The "removal- l "of a mall-of' such t1m.. j 1\-\ J. ,In Material? Style, Fit, 'Finish, and Gentlemanly }

t While in thaiPtUy w":Mllfed ;lJ:: JicAti!.
the ADVOCATE Office and had a : may fro called upon to fill suchan ': ,the interests. intrustedto .' .character,: of. such far-sighted. r 1tL'. M R BOr-.N';' _G '1
3 pleasant chat with theetiitors, : }$\"'" : Q ':; ".. '" ,-' fr:>> -y f
exaltedposition l lie is, first his, care:,and. keening.: Ills must he fire ,
Messrs. Powell and Prewiit .. erilerprizse, ,. necessarily f.ct%i ca! Mer''ch.ntT3iilofa :,
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and-above alK-, :1* tactical,.. xperienced career as general manager of be.a" *" PJbIic.loss whichve 'r' .1: \:::c..::x :i'Ij'U TracT7'Y2]ears the Leaders In the Custom <
and found them bug "la otla .
jtJfe ? ? ? aD gd
y t r I uBOR."If"Suit
} a tit!,s11 ;;h.1 lie i fla Cenlfal 5clPeninsaH "VviII' ash; + \ tar less 1n0tl titan b : or OYCrcoaty
They are giving the .peo"ple 5fa ; v ,/fust ,110t bV entailed_ "on ( A. /:. :!ilY a'I\1 goods Rd tailoriIl cacrtly raid far. armor

Starke first class neti.srla1pegr toid\man. He possesses -dil-j 1:1 E911} fof i v Jjim- the f confl-: FTdrida.:-Pasco 'Count. v Demo-, :.. -. -. FIT ZZKadH4 ASD FINISH Cb.4. CUAIUNTIm>>

.fu Mane h&: Ih: fr :: ::lq rS i::tli pgfarifnjiKtiea i and qt t,_railroad m i'and, ,established 'itrncoof 7 rat.-: ; ., .. ..-. /..,*.* i c.tLL OX aal"Bf4Mj". : .

litreif'prond ; : : -_ ..
show of. They are ? -i ? :> _.;z
f ficqtious whichnre necessary attiniJpf'trT .liis reputation :for 'ex- -'
en !of ex- J ..*- ,' ;i .i Titirl; Avon 1'.arkiiBearih.ofT'ai1t DOUGLASS I & ALDERMAN.
yonngfjr many years '
"s nf'Ir\e\ !h and the,, ec t :ii 1 t ",1 L tr: 'l ; a hi 11:
ijt'riifnce'in lim- in ---
printing ) p..isL'U"Url\i j: toi:.. eciire a -
>-*. *-J..*-4W .fcwfoff% I aid of fntI l1t ::men. -GaptntriMaxwell o'lirni' basis. He I
ity on insti.tuted teirzrlFEC-r'and the :
SSw.nev : f -.roilro t1.r pcnuancm sc?
; _n tirt.III working -. y 53IOMD5RFUL arc tho cnrea by
for the interest of.;heir town.7 .-:-- will come-to the aid. of. : refea.insin ",. ;.. !, ,.... ,r cares by Ilobd's &1tta :L.-iUa, i|i au JJood7d: Sarsairarilla, and yet they .;..i.

1zlkel d Stttlf '. -:-. '. ..''.i.Vi"li1tL'39wth_ \ the triple 1 1Ir : of .Uhe: system vfhlch. : x' Subscribe! for the -.ADVOCATE-a; :'' lif i...r.Il it 1aiut wakea-9 pare ciao,!3L:rich OOC, healthy. :| aresinnpicandtlatural.Ii:lrl1b naN: PURE BLOOD.Ho Sarsa.*" ..4 '


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.LOCAL HAPPENII GS. If You Hiss This: IJ E2s52sIsa asasD The Thrice-a-Week World FOURTH, OF JULY EXCURsIons -1-ed to ---.the -I.., 4
see handsome line of
You 47
will miss a good chanceto I PERSONAL NOTES. 1mIJ and'the ADVOCATE both for one to Savannah. and Colombia crockery and glass ware just received .

ITEMS OF IKTEEEST I III COKUEHSED! FORM keep up with the news. Our year at the extremely low priceof via the F. C.& P. by Mr. White. He knew .

.. -&OC&L. PEESOHAL ASP SPOIL remarkable offer: For the nextTEN B $1.50. The 'Florida Central and.Peninsular where to go. I t

THE WEATHER: days we will send the ADVOCATE B. P. Smith is visiting in Joe Holley is railroad offers a roundtrip -
$ gaining quite a .
and Thrice-a-Week Daytona.Mr. rate of $3 from CUT THIS
Weather predictions for the reputation as a weather pro- Jacksonville OUT ..
to address from Ju -
week commencing Thursday, any F.. B. Morgan is talking phet. Reverse his predictionsand to Savannah and return, SPECIAL OFFER NO. 288.
ly 1st 1899 to 1st
January and of
June 22nd, and ending Thurs- 1900 for the organs in Lake City. nine times out of ten he is Jacksonville to Send it. ...
sum of 75 cents- 1
Wt Columbia and return. This by w will Quilt yondona ow rf N>tee tM
June 80th ., .
day, : Thursday, James right. bun DC.Banur'i .lohW ftfto. -
a little more than the cost of Darby, of Jacksonville special rain to leave Jacksonville Specific. 101'1..
fair .1'UliltblP'cl.' aM -
fair in
; Friday, morningand the ADVOCATE is visiting in the city. Several communications KUcb IT**5 cU. Jltl..e
6 months .
alone. were 9:80: a. m/ July 3. Tickets S box t u4 thMbawhfal B .
slightly cloudy in evening; This makes something over Mr. Geo. Douglass left out this week on accountof good to return Yon cn then witch Mil lilt'1004..r.'".......
made a tb. > 'l'JIJI1a&It ted
hot and .rMiedeand tt.
Saturday, sultry, with ninety papers for the low rate business trip to Ocala, Wednes- arriving too late. Copy trains on or before July 13th. ,rate. will hit.cart .Iparrsd.abotba....... .t111.t_ r'othmtbetSttttt1
jam &11.1'1'" ''
during part.ot should be tnwU. Dr.a..t.t t .. akk IhW. ... .
of 75 in .
cents. The New by Wednesdaynoon. ,
York wwb
The s oiidit- ... .... .
day; Sunday, cloudy and windy day.Mr. excursion to Tampa Sat bar* t "_
World will fei repura. sa..A.-*
keep you posted on Wm. :Mitchell urday was well patronized. A Boo.Urf. a aKtia...
occasional showers; Mon- and family I ....* w b"
general and foreign news'whIle will leave' for Mr. J. P.Morgan leaves soon large number went from ,,suit

and day, showers; Tuesday, cloudy the ADVOCATE will tell you souri. Saturday Mis for Daytona, where he will recuperate place, and all report a delight s"I' ""I,' lL :
sultry Wednesday rain '
; what ful time and are well pleased
happens at home. Don'tmiss
the close air
and wind; Thursday, sultry in this chance and Mrs. Dillaberry and grandson of with the Gulf City. I 4
rememberit an inland town
forenoon and thunder storm in disagreeingwith ...
.afternoon. only holds good TEN days. Cosmo Alvarez, are visiting him.Weare. Quite a party of young people i

SPUD. Parties who have paid up a in Daytona. enjoyed a fish fry on Samp- ;
selling hats at cost in son Lake ,
year in advance for the ADVOCATE Mrs. N. T. Bitch and' evening

Ice and lights are almost a order to make room for our Plenty of fish were caught and
can send in 50 cents and L Katie, visited relatives at the had s
pare thing. magnificent full stock which young people a delight
receive the World until January Guilford this week. ful time, returning home at 11 s n 4 '. :.__... -1yr-- ,
will be ordered soon. W. B. wbo.i- .1I! RAW''
Bring us your job work. We _
1st, 1900, or if you do not Mr. o'clock. bgb. .
Darby Gaskins
can please you. wish the World who has Haynes Company. :- "ol .1:='::= ..
you can have Just
been attending College in Vic about 8 o'clock Tuesday $be.eoe' .hr7. __ oo.
Old the The dog license havearrived u4 -- edit ble.tee..r II) e
papers for sale at this of- ADVOCATE until January1st ginia, has returned home. tags morning a stranger entered 1DIdIn..dwucb.1Id f"AIUIG't' her a 'l'.na",frays easy ao. .uIqfS r

fice, 20 cents per hundred. for 35 cents. Don't forget I I and are a .neat little White's grocery store and wish ria...Qo?.a. .1Ien.'rer olJI'ilt': .'

These hot days make this remarkable offer. Only I Dr. E. L. Stewart, our pops affair about the: size of a gear I .

one lar physician, made a professional ter. They are sbmething
holds.good ten days. Write very
hunt the at
soda water stands. '
once. Address, visit to Lawtey Monday. dog should .feel:proud to wear. J CASH
inventory is takenof
the Floreus stock of ADVOCATE, P. McMurry has Before buying a Piano, Organ -
goods.J. C-22-99. Starke, Florida.Impo.rtant been very ill for several days. or anything the musical

G. Alvarez will begin the We are glad to state she is im line,- write call on Ludden & SO DOES A PHONOGRAPH,

erection of a two-story building. to Mothers. proving.Mrs. Bates' Southern Music House, TO SAT NOTHING OF A WOMAN. 'i

soon. I The manufacturers of Casto- L. C. Hull Mrs. 29 -EastBay'. Street Jacksonville Our Goods talk for themselves. If
ria have been Livingston *.* you buy you WILL TALE to
compelled to Fla. :
The Theresa people had a big spend hundreds of thousandsof and daughter, Miss Kate, your friends about the extremely low prices at which we are f'

picnic and good time last dollars to familiarize the are, spending a few days at'St. Send in..4 your subscriptions. selling goods. In Remembering the Maine remember .. _

Thursday. pub Petersburg.Mr. now for_the ADVOCATE and that we are still at the same old stand selling Books .
lie with the signature of Chas. t ..

Why not have a baseball H. Fletcher. This has been necessitated W. A. Hutson, the A., Thrice-a-WSek World. Only Music, Musical Instruments, School supplies,
game? It 75 cents for 4oth until January Stationery, Etc. Etc. The lack of .
would ,
break the by reason of pirates S. B. & G. ;:Railway's popularand g space
1st, 1900. The:offer:holds good prevents us from
saying but
monotony.The come
counterfeiting the Castoria obliging agent at this place, .. c .
only ten-daTys.- and be convinced. .
heavy rain fall Saturdayand trade-mark. This counterfeiting visited Jacksonville last week. ., _* rt- __ ___ .

Sunday was a blessing to is a crime not only againstthe Mr. Pratt Williams, who has Bad"'management keeps more Morgan Brothers

the farmers. proprietors of Castoria, but been working at Elarbee's people in.spoor circumstances
than anyjotner) one cause.: To ;
against the .
There will growing generation.All Turpentine as of '
be a picnic at camp manager :
Long bridge New persons should be carefulto the commissary, left Tuesday .must loo STARKE FLA.
on River
see that Castoria bears the for Savannah. ahead and. jtoj||[ : ahead so that ,
a pp uniti -
signature of Chas. H: Fletcher
The ADVOCATE and Thrice-a- if they would guard the healthof A letter received by a lady presents"itserf', lie., is. ready ,to :' t

Week New York World both their children. Parents and friend of Miss Catherine Mc- take advantage,of it. A little STATIONERYI

for only $1.50 per year. mothers, in particular, ought to Fadden herd, states that she forethought will also save much 4

The Band boys would wile carefully: examine the Castoriaadvertisements had a delightful voyage, and expense and valuable time. A ,
arrived in New York safe. prudent and careful will I 4
man .
lingly play in the Park oncea which have been

week if the town would appearing in this paper, and to J. S. Brown and wife left keep a bottle of, Chamberlain'sColic School Books, New and 'Second-Hand.

furnish the lights. remember. that the wrapper of, Wednesday. Mr. Brown will Cholera and Diarrhoe Everything new and up-to-date in the way of Tablets, Box Papers .
I go to Pennsylvania, while Mrs. Remedy in the house, the shiftless >> Envelopes Etc. '>
The ladies Aid Society of the every bottle of genuine Casto. We sell these cheap. A good

:Methodist church will Ice ria bears the fac-simile signa- Brown will visit relatives in fellow will wiat until ne Ink Tablet three for five, cents. '

Cream in the serve ture of Chas. H. Fletcher, un Jacksonville for several weeks. cessity compels it and then rum This is not the place where they do'a CREDIT Business and make

park to-night der his best horse going for a doctor -. CASH Customers pay the difference. .,
supervision Geo. '
it has Capt.
All are Tompsett, Superintendent
cordially invited. been manufactured continuously --- of the A., S. R, & and have a big doctor bill 1 --

FOR SALE-At the residenceof to pay, besides; one pays out
for over thirty years.-Philadelphia G. R'y., is visitiqg io the ''
The Wheel
Rosetta Scott, Starke, Fla., 25 cents, the other is out a hundred That Stands Tip"
Bulletin. North. During his he will Crescent Juvenile
furniture and everything necessary tt trip dollars and then wonders $25.00. Ladies' or Gents' best Chain Wtiee /
purchase a handsome engine to $35.00. Chainless $60.00. '
I All 99 Models. .,
for why his
Quite neighbor is
house-keeping. a Drop. getting
be used
the road.
The richer while he is getting Tuxedo Sewing Machine Drop Head 35.All '
ADVOCATE ThriceaWeekWorld sudden change in the poorer. :
until January 1st, 1900, weather last Saturday night Mr. D. M. Wills, one ofStarke's For sale by J. L. Gaskins, kinds of Musical Goods, Strings, Etc. We make the priced .' L

at 75 cents. For ten days we and Sunday was a surprise to popular young gentlemen Druggist. Don't forget the name nor the place. .
who served with the
make this remarkable offer. every one. The early] part of N. B. HULL Postoice Bonding. '
hospital in
corps Cuba, left
Saturday night was quite .
Money to patent good ideas But before daylight the warm. Saturday for 'Tampa, where he iateM Pianos "

may be secured by our aid The ther- will visit for a few days. J
PATENT mometer slid down towards the are pianos with a name.

RECORD, Baltimore, 60 mark, and Sunday remained: DeWitt Roberta, Esq., the flMUSPABX1VCAN&COIe

Maryland. June 1-ly. between 60 and 70 all day. The I hustling salesman of the Lud- Pianos That Have a Reputationsecond

Workmen are tearing down' weather reminded one of November -J den and Bates Music House of to none. They are the IN- I.

,the old market building and and we wondered if we Jacksonville kind that have stood the test of '
departed Wednesday
were in time and satisfied HIGH GRADE WHISKIES.
really Florida or the the most critIcal
preparing to erect a handsome for Lawtey and .
Klondike.The Highland musicians In every
two-story brick for M. L. Johns. where he will work in the Are way. Bye Whiskey, $2 to $5 per gallon. Corn Whiskey, $2 to s2.liO per gallon
They Notold Rum, $2 to $2.50 -
per .gallon. pple
Brandy. $2.60 to $3
The telegraph instruments Starke Drng Companyare interest of his house. Brandy, $2.50 per gallon. Peach
to $3 White
.. style pianos that have been per gallon: Wfcsat Whiskey 12.60 per gallon
.. for the A., S. R. & G. Railway making considerable improvements Miss Vesta Weeks, one of rented for years, and then offered 'Prompt attention paid to all orders _

have arrived, and will be placed I. painting the coup Sanford's popular young ladies as great bargains, nor are JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.-
the ters and shelves of their estab they "cheap, low-grade"pianos,
along line as soon as possi lishment. who has been visiting Misses made to sell "at half-price." C. M. SPABKMAN & CO.
Starke _
ble.Don't Murla and Ollie Weeks of this Every.Piano Is New, Ea.

OA.S'1'OEl.A.. city, departed for her .
forget that home
we will do B.tfeu o Tlu Kind Yea HITS Ahnyt Boqetf: : and every part Is made in the

your printing. Circulars, Note, fl ,p Tuesday. She made a large MATHUSHEK J. F. P.
Bill and Letter heads printed .r number of friends while here factory which is a guaranteethat McMufry
it will last
cheap Call on or write for Mr. J. W. White who regret her departure. a lifetime.
our prices. our pro- Why Take Chanceson DEALER IIVGROCEBIES -
*gressive groceryman, is improving Died.
cheap pianos,when
Are you thinking of purchas-i 1 the inside of his store Gideon Mansell, age 21, son AND RELIABLE MATHU- FRESH AND FINE. A NEW ,

ing a piano? If so, write Lnd- by artistically arranging. the of Thomas Mansell who lives SHEK can be bought at prices LOT OF FINE
den & Bates' Southern Music goods on the shelves.Sillier and terms to salt you? PICKLES, OAK GOODS, ETC,.
four miles South of Starke, There are over 15,000 MATHTJ-. FRUITS
House, Fred Kann, manager, died Tuesday.] His body was SHEK pianos in the South. I CIGARS AND TOBACCO.

29 yule East Florida.Bay Street, Jackson r interred at Prevatt's cemetery. "You should MATHUSUEK have one.PIANOSAre GENUINE MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOtrRS.LNiIi1 .
E:: -
,., The Ice cream supper givenin COWS! Mr. 'P. Ketchara,- of Pike sold only b1'LUDDEI _

the Paik by the Epworth arc Doted for hanging on. City, Cal., ,says: "During my & BATES'S.11. H. Bieyclet Slli7i

t-. League last Friday evening They weaken your throat brother's late sickness from'sci- FBED KANN Manager,,Jacksonville 3..t a'
and lungs and lead r=IFOQuotMOd._........ '
to alit rheumatism Chamberlain'sPain Fla.,29 East Bay Street. wi.I ..
was a success and quite a neat serious 1 U813 CYCLE
trouble. IR9 WOIKI ts"wbeer.w
; :. sum was realized. Don't triBe with them. .Balm was the only remedy L'1 .WWIWIII/ iW..- ....?......,........,.. .1 Vkl& M.Ulr*MdTkMH.f *
Tate Scon's i Emulsion at that gave him any relief." PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY.A M I 4J 2-- Ia4.-.w.......M.3rtr. AI Msrs 1t,
;, Miss Minnie E. Neal] State tb.r.t..1 ra test. nii..,
:; corresponding Secretary of the once.and cures.soothes, heals, Many others have testified to I* SCOTT, *L DL, -o9woi3Bioycut J"it......,....-..f1a.aJ..,.....,...... ...
,. the prompt relief from bpa :::
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