The Florida weekly advocate

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The Florida weekly advocate
Alternate Title:
Alternate title:
Florida semi-weekly advocate
Portion of title:
Florida semi weekly advocate
Place of Publication:
Starke Fla
Texas R. Hodges
Creation Date:
March 1, 1898
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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Official Directories. Miss CarrieCobb, the efficient An Unruly Passenger.
:;. ., ;I =--- I teacher of the Roberts schoo', Conductor Harry Taylor of
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STATE. -- accompanied by Miss\ Smith. !ill the Florida Central & Peninsular
Governor. Win.,D. nlo bam. .
; Secretary of Stale, J. dawford. INTEREST. visited our city last Saturday. MU DERED. 'I ] Railroad had trouble with a WEEK.

CoinptroIUrt. I'. Reynolds.. Messrs. A. E. Proctor and The Bodies$ Found Soon After the Deed. I drunken passenger at Quincy, .
J : Tr.'usurer. J. B. \Vhh6f1ld.J Gleaned by C tAble Regular Correspondents* Gathered From Our State .
., Attorney-General Win:, Lunar.. Hillyer Chapman spent last .- Fla.., Saturday night and was Exchanges.

Woinbwell.Commissioner uf AgricuUure. L. B. Sampson City. I Saturday and Sunday visiting The people of Lake Butler) injured severely in the fight Orange trees are blooming, in ".

Buperiutendent, W.N. SheaU.BUPKEMU of. Public Initructluii Mr.if.. J. Ziegler visited I friends Mason. Look out, were! shocked Thursday morn 'that followed. The intoxicatedman some groves around Hawthorn.

COURT. friends at Theresa several days girls! .. ing when they received the accused the conductor of

-. ChIef Justice, B. F. Taylor. last week i news' that Sam :Moore and, his keeping $10 after the passengerhad St. Augustine has decided to
-.. Justices, Milton H }{. rI&Y, F. B The young folks enjoyed a ]have one or two of its streets
wife : been
Carter. --- foully murdered paid his fare. Mr. Taylor
COUNTY. Mr. S. J; Prescott and children musicale at Mrs. Permenter's paved with brick.It .
> the John K. Williams place
on tried to convince the man that.
: State Senator, A. Crosby. were visiting relatives} at Saturday night. The music '
".. Bspregeiuatlvea, :L. D. VVaU! and -E.X furnished Mr. W. L. near that city. It is supposedthat there was'a, mistake, but noth- is probable that Hon. William !- ..
Hampton. was by
Ward. Moore's wife was the first would J. Bryan will visit the
ing.shortof a row satisfy
Tax Collector. J. C. Byrd. .
Rivers and his sister Miss
,4 Tax Aeaenwor, W. J. Epperson.Treasurer. Mrs* J. .C. Brown, of Pa- one to receive the deadly charge state in the near future

::3I. E. S. Matthewa. latka is .visiting her. Gwendolen.Miss himThe
Clerk of Circuit Court, Col. W. F., pare rs from a double barrel shut gun. passenger firs drew a The melon growers of SumpFer -

1 .. Week Sbt-rlff... ;"rk.' hire this week. Lonnie McLeol, of She was in the front yard at pocket knife and opening it county met at Oxford last

t .. County Surveyor, B. 10'. Eusey. Mr. "W. F. At well, -was out Hagen, after spendirg a weekas the time the party or parties threatened the conductor. Mr. Saturday and organized a Melon -

tlou Superintendent, F. D. Sbelh of Public luntruc- driving as usual Sunday eve the guest of Miss Ina Odpin, who did the shooting apin'oa4hed Taylor warned the passen- Growers' Protective Union..

t County Ju-ige, J. B._BIchard.Ju << niug. Somehow Billy seems returned home last Friday. {! the house._ She ger that any effort on -
.ticenf the Peac.; for Did,rictNo. A drouth of eight weeks' duration -
6, Oeo. A. Uardiu, r. to be a favorite with all the She made many friends during. started to run for the house his part to execute his threat

County: Coraniiaaloner.Ju"' eTum- giris.' her stay all of whom will glad- IIltwas killed before she came would, be resisted in the most has prevailed over De-
lin, Dr. :E. A. Todd, M. N. BKuton, Soto
: \ J. J.,CreMB, D. W. Clyatt.CUT. .. ly welcome her again. in ten feet of tha front steps. : effective manner possible. The county lately, and the
A musical entertainment'was I .
I damage to vegetable is
... was given by Mr.' and Mrs. HC. Messrs. Hillyer Chapman : She received two charges of I unruly passenger intimated his material.) crops .

Clerk.Mayor,O.orgeOardhier.A. t.. vpn Kirn. : 'Ryals Wednesday night and Thomns Proctor spent last. buck 'shot in the back, some of desire not to have any difficultyand very.

< AHseaior, 'L'. \V. Sweat.I'' which was very ,much enjoyedby Tuesday in Providence, assisting the shot going entirely throughher reaching back, apparentlyto The citizens of Duval and .

.. Treasurer E. P. Duiu-an. cleaning body.Moore knife in his Clay counties have met and _
; those good people put the pocket,
-. folks of
: ft.:,. Marshal',J. 1 iie.meL the young Sampson -
l. : ._' Jfitfht PoIlC', J N. Jon'8.i t. up their cemetery: It is was fonnd .in the houseon pulled a pistol and, shot Mr. perfected arrangements for the

JUIddtecon.Aldermen J.F)I.R l'rubyS.ilorgan.. W.Edwatd Hack- :doubtful if they would have the floor. with a terrible Taylor) through the left ear, .: building of a shell road between

ctt aud J. NY. Hick 1 Miss Queen Pauling returned :gone had they not known of wound in his head which was but he failed to make serious Jacksonville and Green Cove

.' to Hawthorne after an extended -I I the "big dinner," to which made :by a charge of buckshot wound on account of the quickness Springs. _
Church Directory. visit with relatives here.
they did ample justice. entering just below his light with which Mr. Taylor The board of' commissioners
PresbyUrlan. no pastor at. present.Frayermeettii Her departure has no doubt
The whole load
WnJueadHy ear. went dodged.The; of Orange has
: county orderedan
.. very Misses Gwendolen Riye"rS'Isabel
veulu# at 7 '.,foek Sunday school caused some sad hearts in i through his head, fracturing the two men clinched and election to be heljl
and Ina. Odorn and Messrs. throughout -
9 o'clock.
very Sunday morning at _
Baptist, Re,'. G. .... Litner, i-astor. Sampson city. I Martin: McLeod: and Thos. jaw bone ; some of the shot while on tho floor the unruly the county on the "wet andry" _

Services every 2nd unJ 4.h Siiudny.Prajennectiiig The veneering mill is still in Proctor spent last Sunday at flattening: themselves on the passenger' bit Mr. Taylor's nose issue,. to take place on

4i : evety i liur, ut 7 o'cloc*. Suuiluy t eliu\il every the home of Mr. and :Mrs. G. F.lcLeod. .

: .. Sunday moriiiug at U:3J..'clock. add, to his team to kep the I The occasion of the A negro who works at Town- I right hand. These injuries I. ='The .
_. Methodist nt" '* J. A. Heiidry, pa*. saws going. If you should visit was to celebrate the 20th seud's;turpentine stan first dis- were:very painful and the conductor extensive fortificationsat ... 4-

tor. Service. every Sunday mornIng meet him on the road now, yotIwould covered the bodies. He says was unable yesterday to Key West live been put in
and evening. Prayernietlug every birthday of Martin.: The table readiness
T' Wednesday evening 7,..'cl,,(-.k. suppose you had.met a beneath its he heard the shooting and came leave the city on his regularrun. to receive thebig
fairly groaned
-r : Sunday uchool .very Suuday morn- man'' market with to investigate. He found The whose guns destined for the protection
It log at 9:30 o'clock. going to a weight, of gQod eatables, and over passenger,
1 Moore and his wife as has been erf that most important point on
Episcopal, fie,'. F. R. ITolemnn drove of beef cattle. our people thoroughly name\vas not given, and whois
young described. When he the Southern
came near coast.
clergyman in charge.: Servicjai 1t every said fo be sales
a traveling
1 2nd aud 4th Sunday afieruonat 3-30 The gold standard and the enjoyed the trip and their visit.: the house he found the body of ?

o'clock. Suudiy Hchool every' Sun free silver men met here Wednesday Moore's wife first, and laying man, was arrested and lockedup The Franklin Guards, of Apalachicola -
2 o'clock.
day nfturunou at The Right 1\1:111111 the Right her side little five- at Quiucy.TimesUnionand
evening to settie this by was a are having a new
Christian no pastor a Place.
everyWJuesday trou1)le question, once for year-old child asleep. Citizen. armory built which will .cost ,
wve ing at 7 o'clock. Sunday fchool Fitzhugh Lee as Consul-Gen The negro next found Moorein between 65,000 and
*v.'ry Sunday morning at 9:30"0'dock. all. The gold side was championed the house laying face down- $0,000. It
_ _ eral at Havana illustrates the The Greatest Discovery Yet. will be t\vo stories high and the
by Profs. T. B. ;Hartig ward in a pool of blood. .,

Lodge- *. and R. A. Thomas, and the fundamental principle of civil- The bodies were buried Thursday \V. M. Repine, editor Tiskwilln! upper story will be used, as an

Btarso Lodgfs. No*. 34- K of P. meets silver side ,by Messrs. O. J. Mi- service reform., which is to fhey leave a house full Ill., "Chief," says: \Ve won't opera house.-'

fiVery.Thursday 7 p. tn. "find the right man for the of little children ranging from keep house without Dr. King'
lam and J. W. Hilton. The
w. E. UCic.c.. C, place and keep him there." 3 to 10 iyears old. A coroner's New Discovery for Consumption, The New York and Florida"

J.n.DAvuK.offt.andS. result was a verdict. by the Gen. Lee is a Democrat, a jury from Lake Butler met Coughs and Colds. Ezpniini I ,'nt- Special train which left Jacksonville -

Bradford Lodge 1'0.42. (F. A.. M., judges for silver. Southerner and was a hard Thursday but could come to no I ed 'with many others, but never over the Plant System

3rd meeting Sunday every 7 p. Thursday in.W..F. :!' before the The G. S. & F.. R'y. depot at fighter on the Southern side. direct understanding in regardsto got'the true remedy until we usec: Friday afternoon, was wreckednear

MALPI4URPIV., M. the murder, so they adjourned Dr. King's New Discovery. No )Vaycross. One
burned '
Sampson City was He selected for his: passenger -
MEACIUM. Sec. was present -'
W. N. to meet again. next ,
other remedy can take its place in killed and
Thursday morning. fihe 1 fire several others -
May Lodge No. 10, I. o. O.F.1,meets. place by; a Democratic President Wednesday. our home, as in it we have a certain .
I every Tuesday 750: p. tn.L. was discovered about- :30 but on grounds of fitness As yet the authorities haveno wounded.
and for Con h5.
W KICKUTKK. N. O. sure cure
W. N. MKACHAU, Sec. was too far advanced to save alone. He quickly demonstrated clue as to who committed A
cassava has
.Colds, Whooping Cough, etc. It factory been
the murder. Denmark
S. J. Prescott and I !
anything. his peculiar qualifications is located at DeLand
i went over to ake Butler from idle to experiment with other and will
t PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY. II. C. Ryals both had goods for iJs! difficult duties- remedies. if be in
this city Thursday afternoon even they are urged on :soon operation. The;

,. I. stored in the depot, besides a courage, intelligence, a cool returning Friday noon. He you as just as good as Dr. King's farmers in that vicinity"are engaged

-T L. GASKINS, lIL D., 4 lot of refrigerators all of which head, a determined patriotism: gave the: ADVOCATE reporter a New Discovery. They are not as in planting 500 or CoO

I :"PHYSICIAH AND{ SURGEOH-. were a total loss. There seems a winning manner and an Unvarying full' account' of the horrible Rood, because this remedy has a acre9 of cassava, and have,

tube no clue to the origin of discretion. affair. record of cures, and besides, i is
It STARKE, FLA. agreed to sell the product to tho
guaranteed. It never fails to sat
the fire.
;-Office aLGasktl1'a1ruJC Store 'Vhen a RrtpuMiuai: Presi- Additional Locals. factory at $6.00 per ton.
: isfy. Trial b ittles lOc. at Gas.
dent came in and; found this
L. SCOTT M. D.- ; Lake Butler. kin's Drug St re. The Times-Union and Citizen
A ; delicate and'difficult post so admirably ,FoR SALi-A fine h-gracc!
4.PHYSICIAN: AKD SURGEOH-; Miss Belle Proctor spent Saturday says that Biabee Clemens colored -
1897 ,
'I filled by a man of opposite Ijicycle: pattern, as good asitv. have
and Sunday visiting Starke should a system
r STARKE, FLA. he wisely requested Will! be uld cheap. Applyt while trying to steal fruit
OtficeatGaskin'DnxgStore.- i friends. politics, ; this office.. of water works along with our Sundey night from the stand of
him remain "as
-' Mrs. Angie Deekle presentedher to a electric....lights.! It would! cost an Italian vendor, in Campbell's
The Bradford Guards
personal favor to. the Presi \ County
BTE\V ART. M.D-. I I very little more to run them Addition
was in the
husband with fine
E. a gil'llast .dent." Everybody not only had & skintiifli drill un the baseball right

; : ..EYE, EAR HOSE{ AID THROAT-. Tuesday night. satisfied but greatly pleased grounds laxt night. The boys are and they would! soon h* a SOt.!'ce arm between the shoulder and
for of for thy dry. 0e:
p"'parin war.
; STARKE, FLA. the elbow. The ,old Italian it
Mr. T. P. Register, a pros- with the re u1t-. ,
it The ADVOCATE office has or two good art.t1 wells is said, caught the who
job. boy is
Office at SUrko Drug Co., ,
perous farmer of the New River AVhy? Because there was difficult -
I. : been awarded the printing of the would 'furnish sir:nnpsupplyof 16 :years old, in the act of stealing -
'" POWELL. M D.. section, was in town Saturday. work to do for which this
I and built the town
TATE "Old Ho4s" sale circulars by the water, as and fired on him with a

", .... -.PHYSICIAH AID SDRCEOH..:.. I A bear on the streets last Saturday .. man has a (peculiar and eminent! Southern xpn-ig Company The is, it would! cost very. little! to shotgun. Clemens.was formerly -

.. ": 'ST.\RKE, FLA. : afternoon furnished'amusement fitness, and his politics dons not sale will take placeat Waldo about lay the mains. Ltt us have of Starke. "" I
...-- affect that fitness in the .
the 9th >f April.Dr. .
l Orer thirty years experience la Diseases ot : for our townspeople. < water worksby_ all .means.
I Women and Children. OAce Starke j I remotest degree. A telegram from
_. Drug Comp&ny. Mr.: Thomas Arnold and Mrs.'t Is not' that} the right priuci- Edward, Stewart, our pro._ Daytona

!! And is .not the country's gretsive specialist, has ordered a Starke has many large merchants dated Sunday says : "At. two
t --\K.J. 0. HA Y "ES..f Fannie, Arnold, spent last Sun-\,peV: I:
- ., electrical fur ex- and while don't o'clock this afternoon a dory
satisfaction with its application costly aparatu they
.. relatives .
DENTISTSTARKE day :visiting near
.0 .. FLORIDA. I in this case the best possible amening the eye and nose. The advertise 'as they should, we containing eight Cubans was

r providence.Mrs.t plea for i its extension?-New machine \rorks fotnetfiinjr: ; like au'X' advise all home people to spend landed at Elborden Beach, opposite

c Office at residence on South Street. ., Ida Lewis left last'Sunday York World._ {ay. The Do-tor Ixslievcs in
1 Teeth extracted patnle&dy by meant or local ; with thfe: times. their money. right here. Y Clll.don't Daytona, from a black
aataetics. AU kind*ut dental work doae iti keeping up
.reasonable charge;. for her home in. Ousley, Quietly Married. save anything by sending i two-masted steamer, said to bea
Ga., after spending several : S Hampton Merchant: I tell you, I Brunswick
L TU0L.L1rn90. weeks ''visiting relatives here. ,Rev-. ,,:" Nichols married l that. ADV| CATK printing establish your .money. away and by packett on her
{ Atae/ and Counsellor at LI( Mr.: George Rigdon and Miss metit i is ,turning out betterwork it at home yqaihelp way north. The men report be.
A sad occured all. Patronize. lug picked.up at at 6
tragedy near ) the home merchants sea o'clock
'. STARKE, FLA.jDSee Ada Roberta! :at than can be done anywhere. 1 barejust
- 1- ._ Towsend Bros., still last Wed and hom industries aud we tUis;. ,uIerningfrouwreckecj
this at 930. lot
House it trial of
.. : gm-n* a_ on a
...._- .at-Residence-_. oa.dH TX_Street.- ,t day. Sam Moore and his wife The bride ana groom are from cjunaercial printing.; will soon' )have a' city worthy of schooner loaded with freight. ,.:

ENSET' 'I'r I' (colored) were most cruellyand Baker Starke Merchant: 'Ye BO l'' note.-*: 4* They claim'**l'thut they could .

'R, '. .' _CIVIL.... ENG1NEEI foully murdered. The county.- i*-- have: fcen. They are making a not speak English- and Would .

:, COUNTYSURVEYOR.' perpetrators: ofr this dastardly Some. people. ] who. -have more specialty? 'til printing Isdie6'visiting .A man never realizes how: give ho information. .
They went
J :: H* cards,-and) they! are printed so 4>
___ irrofcaslonnl Drawing farnti Elue Prfcjtlcjr. ;Inateft deed. also the cause of". the money than-brains. are not considered you couldn't tell them from a- little he .knows until a 7", cb.ild.l'begJW3 to Ormond and. took -toe :41
of work :e 1 on -
.b ( *on C3: street witi: C:'L."Pesk ,crime, are still UuIo'ns : wealthy.; : copper,plate 1 ) engraved card.' to ask him questions. o'clock train for Jacksonville.1;'
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_.Florida Semi-Weekly Advocate. Hyacinths May be Useful, How's This ?, A Clever Trick.It CYCLOPEDIA s- ,{
We offer One Hundred Dollars
certainly looks like it, but
PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS The residents on the banksof Reward fur any case of (Catarrh there'is really no trick about_ ,_ it 35 Volumes 7,500 Illustrations 28GOO Pages f 10

i -AT- the St. Johns river and the that camiot ba cured by Hail's it who has Lanr the Urgesl American Cyclopftvll Includes an Unidrldited DtcUoatry.*-.
try Pronounces all TiLl l1. Infonnattoa Right Down to Dt.te.
STARKE, -. FLORIDA. navigators of, that river Uataf rh Cure.F. Volumes of Bandy Size.. You can keep Up to the Times by addlnr a*.
Back and Weak Malarh .
may Kidneys, Furnishes the Largest and Latest Maps. Annual each year. I

Entered at the po&tofflce at -Starke, Florida. mOD:.,realize their mistake in J. CHENEY & CO., Props., or nervous troubles. We mea No other Cyclopedia even pretends to claim these feature<"bat don't'yet i

as second-elass man matter. condemning the .*hyacinth I. Toledo, 0.Vk' he can. cure himself right away b\ ,.think !they are pretty important? It lathe only cyelope-Ita that ii fit to b* i
% of its simplicity and clearness of :
pat in n public hchooj], Because style combination -
ONE DOLLAR A Y&AR/: : growth which covered thewater's We, the, undersigned, haveknown taking Electric-Bitters. This medicine dictionery with cyclopedia and because it gives the pronunciation r
F. J. Cheuey fur the last 15 toues-up the whole system of every word; the latter leature alone is enough to decide the question
surface last summer and favor of THE COLUMBIAN. It isTHOROUGHLY
>, years: and b--liove: him perfectly 'dots as a stimulant ,to the Live
TEXAS R. HODGES I much: of which is now afloat, as '
honorable in nil business transactions and Kidneys, is a blood pnrifiei AMERICANfJt. ,' .
nany know what a nuisance R 1
and financially able to and nerve tonic. It cures Constipation giving more space to the treatment of all American interests than any other t
cotton seed and the Russian carry out any obligations made. by Headache Fainting Spells cyclopedia'pnblithed and devotes more space to Unitrd State affairs than
Rev. Sam Jones has :withdrawn thistle were once thought be. their firm AI.L THK OTHER CYCLOPEDIAS COIBIiED.Ve do not depend on a few patched
Sleeplessness and Melancholly. It pages to justify our claim that the Columbian furnishes '
from the race for Governor Cotton-seed now is more valuable WEST & TnuAx Wholesale
is purely vegetable, a mild laxative
The Latest Information all
of Georgia. than the lint, as it is con- Toledo 0. and restores the system to it- on Subjectsbut

verted into many articles of WALDIXQKINNAX &: MARVIN, natural vigor. Try Electric Bit treats everything fully and intelligently Notice a few illustrations bo* .
The New York World ver\ tow: -
day use. Wholesale Di uggist",Toledo,Uhio. and be convinced that they J '
every ters :
"it THE VENEZUELAN CISPUTE. Full history of tbs AJJERKAR AFFAIRS. Recent. eTeata of Importunce -
correctly says that is no' The much Russian Hall's! Cattarrh (lure is taken miracle worker. bottle Lrouul with several maps biographies; fully recorded.such as all aynop&U of
despised are a Every portraits. the Venezuelan Comml on. new constitutions in New York aoutte
the. greatest patriot who yell. internally, :acting directly extracts from.diplomatic correspondence, Carolina. Utab.eta.besides over t p aces
thistle has been foun to be a upuu guaranteed. Only 50 cents a etc devoted to the transactions of Congress
the loudest= and puts forth the the blood and .mucous surfaces ol, :CIENTFIC! ( OISCC7EB1ES. Argon: fourteen-page the political.Industrial financial religions,
valuable food product for cat-; bottle at Grasldn'-a Drug Store. Uiuairaied arncie on iu discovery. X-rays and otber a3Air>,profusely Uhutrated. -
most uncompromising "de s." the system. Price 75c. bot le. eighteen-page illustrated article also articles FOREIGN AFFAIR Cuban Revolt. Armcala
tle in the West, though it was per 1 on Anti-tozlne.! Acetylene Gas,Electro ata..aacre., South African troubles andlk.
Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials Artu rap-h. Te.sla's Oscilator. Nausea's bl'.torr of every cutry brought) do"l10. '
In dealing with the Spanish but a short time ago that a bill free.. SpecinI Notice. ArcUo iirploravioas,etc. 6&w. -

situation: it is quite true tha was before Congress asking for Hall's: Family Pills are the best. The offbe: of the FLORIDA SEMIWEEKLY Approved by the Best Judges

"only common sense is needed $1,000,000 appropriation to he ADVOCATE is equipped FRANCIS A. MARCH Or, One of JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, D. D., LL D., tat't

," but it is equally true thai levoted to the extermination Hon. H. H. McCreary, editorof for first-class: job printing as it the Editors (Dapartnreht of President Oberlin College, Ob.rlln 0. +

in. certain quarters it is sadly this thistle. the Gainesville Sun, has has never been before. We havf Etymology) Standard DieThe litorial work is done with '1

added its in this department tiqnary. good judgment and thoroughueas, .. }
eeded. The appropriation was not announced as a candidate for to equipment Have fauud !it in all cases quite as and that the range of topic,Bud their "

1IjII'" made, and the farmers of the State Senator for Alachua new presses, new type ...orough, more concise, and with its presentation are such ail to dspt the t
word the needs of Cite
The first state election this Northwest have found that the county, and his friends expectto I and a l line of stationary suitablf- statistical latter; date.information brought. up to general admirably reader aid: family. 'fl'

year occurs in Oregon in June, thistle, instead of being a nuis see him nominated. to any: kind of work. We can 3on. WILLIAMS JENNINGS JAMES L POWERS, i. H,, President- lift-

when a,governor, two congressmen ance, is an extremely valuable print anything required, Pond guarantee BRYAN, Lincoln, Nebraskabama Stales Normal C llga. i
From all the to turn out work that wil l'try complete I am delighted with the b oki.
and a legislature electinga cattle' food serving when over country, come IIR use effects great saving of time, '
dryas '
words of praise for Chamberlain's ]please ,the most faeidious: am' while the ANNUAL is absolutely necessary They more than fulfill every prom l se t
United States Senator
are to fodder, which the cattle con- of Don't to one who tlesireato preserve made in their behalf.
Cough Here is critical patrons. SIMM* .
record of
i contemoraoeus .
be chosen.1ttr permanent -
sume with avidity. It is also letter from Mrs.!: C. Shep, of Little elsewhere for your work, but gw jpveuts. I; heartily commend These ire but samples of.h>llllrcds: of ea-

"Our Government is obviouslyand j valuable as fuel], which is of' Rock, Ark. : :''I was suffering us 'an :opportunity to show dot; both the Cyclopedtj'and; the Atnual. dorsementi from all puts of the corn try. i

importance in a country where from a cold when I what we) can give you in quality
the very severe .
wisely acting upon GARRETSON COX & GO. Publishers Buffalo t Y. '
ind prices. :
all of fuel are dear. read of the cures that had been ef- .J .
maxim of Washington that I :
Despise not little fected Chamberlain's For full deseristtve circulars and}The Columbian 1 Book Oo-J! !alnm lLVI .
.' -'To be for is things, as by Cough i send rg a t
prepared war
one I have 3
choice lots right ii
all have a .purpose to serve, and Remedy. I concluded to give it a i --=- '-
of the most effective means, of the heart of the city, that I wil.!; I -
the hyacinth better trial and accordinyly procured ahottle.
preserving peace." may prove dispose of for cash!; at a very ]low OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMFY
food for Florida cattle than It lave ute -prompt. rplief., ; '
I figure. For further information
and I have: the best reason for !
wire The
Florida will be creditably grass. hope of con- 'apply at this office. t
recommending: it highly, OF SAti AXNAI .
is that it very .
sumers in
may some
represented at the Omaha Ex which I do with pleasure." For ,

position. Exhibits are being manner, change the toughness sale by J. L. Gaskins.I :>t '< IJ" e :c:>' In each direction, a ship leaving each port. on.
of beef into tenderness, if 1 .
gotten up in several counties even rtc f

,and. our people should see. that it does interfere with the busi- 'I f MONDAYS, TUESDAYS, WEDNESDAYS

Bradford furnishes her share. ness of .dentists.Ietro1. For JOB WOK Try us! : t CALL. -

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llissVillard no More. WE CAN DO IT RIGHT. ..
Official figure's at Madrid -- co. Between Savannah and New York.
NEW YORK Feb. 20. Miss A 11TtlEsi LSdPATTERN. Artist & .
show that the Cuban war1lascost : &. Fah! a'!;. Cri;inat. PerfectT t- J
240,000,000 from February Frances E. Willard'. presidentof GRDVE'S Fitting. Prices lOand cents. T THE FINEST PASSENGER SHIPS
the Woman's Christian fi Nonjfcfeher. NCOS ceiter at any price ft -. ,
1895! to December, 1697, _* Some relhfcb :c'cl.d!: sells thesi In'i
Temperance Union, di t,d shortly t 7 nearly every city cr tov/n. Ask for T In Coastwise Service. Complete and Ventilation
which: the due
beyond arrears .. 17 ifi Win, fl them or they cia Sc tad by mail from n 'I> .-
from the Cuban treasury exceed after midnight at the .Hotel t t. ?f us la either New York or Cikago. For Protection of. Perishable Freight. "
'r- Stamps taken. Latctt Fashion
Empire this city.; She had r Sheet 7R
840,000,000. This is sent tees! t cf J
at upon ,- occ: \ ccat to pay a PASSENGER
been ill for threeweeks.Frances ACCOMMODATIONS UNSURPASSED. '...
about Pes tgeiMCALLSt .
the rate of $100,000,000 a :year. C r.. Rates Much Cheaper than AH Rail ,
Elizabeth Willardwas (

Wall street bankers }have:: born. inChnrchville, N. Y., _5 T t t For Information as to Rates, Reservations, Sailing Dates .

very kindly offered the government Sept. 28, 1839. She was graduated ? 5 w \ MAGPiINE! t; etc., write to ;

all the money needed for at the Northwestern Fe- I Brightest holes'! magazine pub1L:bed. i WALTER HAWKINS, ; 4
i Invaluable'for the itcnic. Fashions of W. J. FARRELL .,
_ war ,purposes, but theSe same : male College, Evanstorf, Ills., g the day Home Literature, Household _, Soliciting Florida Pass. Agt t

bankers want four per cent. in 1859, became professor of 7 Hints, Fancy Vort: Current Topics, i Freight Agt. t
1 Fiction,all'for-orJy 50 cents in- 224 h "
Uncle Sam can get money natural science there in 1802 eluding i'rre, atternyotrovrnciec- ,_ FLORIDA.S ,"
f tion any tim Ssc.1 two--2-., ? .
and stamps
was principal of Genessee ,
cheaper than that i if it is needed I for sample copy Adore n -

and he won't have to ask Wesleyan seminary in 18G6-G7. TATELEGCHLL S THE McCALL COMPANY,'. : DO YOU WRITE 1 "{

these Wall street sharks. Miss Willard left her pro- j 142-146 West Kth'Street, Nc":r York. t IF SO WRITE RIGIIT.,

fession in 1874 to identify her- JS9 Hits Avenue, Chicago. .
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"There should] be no more self with the Woman's Chris- .ul<3, 'C>Q-G>I-c>. .<: i -- S Sr

"friendly" Visits of United tian Temperance-Union, servingas --- 1

States warsbip to Havana," ] corresponding Secretary of TCNIC Th If,Jod _

says the Gainesville Sun; "nor the national organization until 1

should the "friendly" Spanish 1879 and since that date as
battleships be permitted to president. WARRANTED. PRICE50cts. AamLNi -!

peacefully enter the harbors of 'Jn 1SOG she accepted the Paris Medicine! Co.,OALATIA St.Louis,Mo.ILLS.,WOT.16,1392. l w !,
this Had the ad- Gentlemen:-Wo sold last 'oar, GOO)( bottle of
country. ,
leadership of the White Cross G OVE'S TASTELESS CIIILL TONIC and hue t
bought three grope alretdy this year. In all oar experience ,
ministration not apparently movement in her own unions, of 14 years. In the drug business. hare Eilll imPOR a.
never sold an articlo that rare such universalaaU.1sacs > y @i 1
fallen in love with Spain, the which had been established { &I"our Ttonic. Yours truly' &00.The '. i i

.Maine would to-day have been through her influence in 12 I am Sub-Agent lor jsruUi'ord and Surrounding .- 1

intact and those who went States for the protection of BIGGEST OFFER YET t9S t9S. : Counties for this Celebrated .1.; 1

down to. death would to-day be women.: .0..0 Typewriter. ,

alive. No more warships In 1888 she was made presi- 1 THE FLORIDA WEEKLY ADVOCATEAND Cart I Sell You One ? T. R. HODGES '.

should be sent to Spain exceptto dent of the American branch of THE TWICE-A-WEEK >r Will SUB-AGENT., I

engage in the business for tha Independent Council\( of DETROIT FREE PRESSBOTH .i, : Ans11>:'., .. .a

which they were specially con- Women 'and of the World's

structed." Christian Temperance Union, RAPERS. -ONE YEAR 871. Any CANDY ;

'd she was repeatedly re- FOR ONLY $1.OO., Question CATHARTIC ;1

subscriber who has lived THE TWICE-A-WEEK DETROIT FREE
A PRESS needs DO
elected. Besides many pamphlets Introduction. Its many special articles by a. You may It.I
noted writers have
given It a worid.wMereru.
in Florida
twenty years says and contributions to magazines tation. In fchort. it is one of the cleanest !t 1 at l ,,

the Citizen, and is thoroughly and the press Miss lVillard pains brightest or expense and best will papers be spared: keeping No up ,5 R fi, f i O. Ask It. +'t';

familiar with tho orange industry has. published several volumes Its Remember present high thnt standard by talcing advantage of CURE ,>
to this combination, you get 53 copies of THE .. CONSTIPATION
relating and
said 'If I had $10- temperance FLORIDA WEEKLY.. ADVOCATE, and 104 copies
other reforms. of TBS FREE PRESS, 150 papers, for only 11.00. StandardAmerican I
000 to invest in fruit culture 1 JOe I

.' in the United States .ALL ,.;
anywhere For some time, I'have suffered A 500-PAGE BOOK FREE. : 25c 50c J ,

1 would invest it in orange with rheumatism and tri d'every THE FREE PRESS Annual. DRUGGISTS"I m f I.

growing within a hundred miles imaginable,remedy withuul effect. Annual Year.BooK and almanac for 1898, ", 1AI ,.. -- A: __-...-_ ;}

of Jacksonville. Even if my Mr. F. G. 'So Wells advised me to :CORRECT [(;JiCltE, CCKFETE. 'Th e t
OVER _20,000 COPIES OF 1897 w": N1NM MAIW..yyy Tee SURREY '
trees were frozen down to the try Chamberlain's Pain Balm* tell- BOOK, WERE: SOLD AT 25 ':lIGE 5 GENT8 Q'1f THB HIGHEST TYPE OP _
lL7t.JJ.4.1 TRAP. VEHICLE.Utility. ,
ground-that is, down to the ing me that it had cured mauy CENTS EACH.An .Ww w.,.- ,.,,,,,- --- .
accurate and superior Book of Reference "J
top of the earth mound-once uses of long! standing"like mine.I that tells you all you want to know .There FULL CAlf OPT.
I will not be useless I EACH SEATXO
a rage In it. A Practical .
have used four bottles and feel Educator and Band Book of FCLLCCBTA15S laJepeadeaL i
every ten years, I am preparedto on subjects Statistical.Encyclopedic OCcial Information R.eady Jan. 1, 1898, ail arena i.
euro that one'moro bottle will UItoricall'uliticat: and Agricultural likewise Boauty.. I JOISTS ;
; i
show that it could be made a Book ot Religious Fact,and general Practical On All News Stands. WEIGHT to Battle.
make my cure compl te.-\..P. oal 440 -
y 4
Directions oa everyday afidlrb of Office, lbs
the most profitable branch of KoxTzj-Claremore, Ark. Sold l ,by Home and Farm. ot ,JC.JC..)C.. Conrort. PLE5TI GEiDE 'J
Gavins. .A copy of this book will be sent to ill snb- of Leg Boom.Cmblaesth.ilwa the dl, buG / ..y ,
J. J4. "
fruit industry. By planting :
scribing immediately and sending 15 C"OI.s ad- "
ditional for aisP.mirexpen&ea.m&k1ngIU.ltin: Liirjer, Better, More Complete I' jrf alar6LBS1tiY \ <"':.I
a proper selection early an. The boon \rill be published about Decem- with the Phaeton and the Lobby Trap. :.
Look, here: Jtfr. Candidate, ber 25 1W7 Copies of the bock will be sent Thin. Ever. I / i
varieties, somewhat dwarfed on to all takls: advantage/ of taw offer as soon ELEGANT DESIGN. NOVEL FEATURES. ROOMIEST ENTRANCE.
if yon want to ahead of after above date as e4ble. \
get po Do".hR&t4leq1lalcomlm. DoabJo.WUaeno- +ltara: .reds
.the citrus trifoliata in the ? Do not Cduy.:: but take advantage of this re- .- RfeW.."__wit of dtltwh..Bath tit 1
7n: ;gars: 'tfikfy / ld,Aranal Rtfer :51 ilRli1
your opponent put your an- markable-liberal c2er which we make; for a OODI.ruLXFaetor71 DAY7rtzfl, 0100-
soil and situation, a limited time only. o r special arrangementswith " proper the publishers. Remember
nouncement in the ADVOCATE we send both
papers full year for Si.00 and have .
"V paying crop qf oranges can be at once. Belays a copy of the book. by sending 15: cents ad- \ '
are .dan.ger.OUR. '
Citioncl. Ad.1ra.s. :. : :I I? -
ltfEjVOR .
produced in three years. I TlQRIDA. WnK1,7 AD'eCLil ,J Take Your Home Paper.z ir
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11 H-\ < If. War Should. Come. Railroads* in the South.* To the Ladies-A neat and pretty RAILROADS.! J. .FASHIOMBEE DEESS-MAimU: : T.- ni.4:i ia S

visiting card issomething;
': Congressman :pockery, of The southern states are forging -

I : Missouri makes the statement (ahead in railroad every lady young 'or old, is proudto : : --r ,
1. ,/ : building, ; F. C &; P. SHORTLINE '"
Now have oh handa
possess. ,
; Mesdames & Tennant. 4
that in the of with in :Jompsett
event war a most encouraging manner.. quanty of the very best cards : _

;;: Spain the .resour es of this The year 1898 will be markedfor and the_type, etc., for turning out NORTH; EAST WEST LATEST PARISIAN FASHIONS. OYER.AL.Y1REZ1 STORE' '. .

*- country will be ample to meet the i extensive work in that as nice and daintya, card an. you ....:

4 itliabilities without the hard line if present promises? are I, S -- -

ships of taxation entailed by fulfilled Estimates give the -
the late war. amount of track to be built as ,
10. daily, leaves 2:18: p. m.. for all
> -' 'r In the first place 'contends. 3,000 miles, a remarkable .. poDtsNorth and West connecting at Jacksonville -
J .c.i.' I 4 : with through sleeper for New York. FLORIDA CENTRAL i PENINSULAR R. .i
that the of this
t :.:..., people country Cincinnati and all intermediate points: ".

? are now firmly united and ready Rumor has it that $40,000' points NO.named 14, leaves above:. 5:12 carrying a. ,m. daily through for sleeper same New Florida and Northern AirLine and Florida Trunk Line. ,"'

to contribute whatever/may, be 000 in bonds.have recently been Tampa and intermediate points*to New York. TIME TABLE EFFECT JAN. 23, iSOS. f

# deemed essential to the preservation floated for new roads and the connecting at Jacksonville with trains from S -
Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga and all H
of its dignity and extension of old ones. Europe's north and west also 'with trains for points west DaUyID I 31 ily I!'xsun Daily-i.J I Dall 38 33. y 1 NORTHEltN POINTS. DanS'un DIillyDai11 3.) !I' DILlf'tl)D-n.33 .!

I.Florida, pensa ola. Mobile, New Orleans.Tex =_ ____ C. I
T -1 / hqnor. In the second place he interests are said to be closely) I, as. Mexico California, points. 12 lOp 4tXp ...... -.8 IS.. ..,.. 8 OO..LT..J. "'"", vW.....Ar I i0i. 9 IS.. 925D 8...
.. I leaves 11:59"p. wltb'connection ...... 445l.85.a! ,"..:... ()) .. ..... .... ... .834' 835 810at......
I . contends that 'both its military bound in this-a hopeful sign. :, NO. 13 m. ...... S2Up!.. ....\. "30 ...913pAr.; ... },"ernandin8... .....
from all points and divisions. Through sleeper. 21 6 lop!:.......10 ..n...... 1Ip ........; :' ...... .,
I and naval equipments are suf- Europe feels secure in her I from New York. 315 750p1..I.. ....,.-.I ..... .... 'X.
8 !.......12 11p ...... 13a ......Savannab..... 10 .
ficient'fqr emergency which southern investments after NO: 9 leaves 10:58a.m.: with through sleeper 34U 357 ...3.5p.... ....... ...... ...... ..
: any connections from all points north., west and ..... ......833 20'ZIJI...... 208 Ar..l. .... .
- to arise. rigid. investigations. The all points in the state. ..... ...... 10 Oi l 42i..2: ::SO ..,Denmark.S. C... 25a ........
islikely .. ..
4 For the best map of the state, ....: ...... ...... 9S': ........1041i .. ....AuIusta.Ga.... .._
sleeper- 7 39p.. ... .... 41 ....... 4a ...Columbia.S. C... .....
of the for
: To quote some figures prospects are excellent good "dt other information call on or write to ..... ..<.... ....... .... ....... :. 4Spartanburg. S.C.. I>> .....
D.GREEN. Agent, ....: ............. ...... ...... : .. ;.o\shevilleN.C... .5 .....
, on which the Missouri congressman profits to Europe and Americaby 4 !1Up.. ...... ...... 820 ...... ISa ..Charlotte.N.C...Lv..8. ..750I780aI. .
Starke, Fla.
I Fifty Years Ago. 1242:1. ...... .......1I3tI ........ : ..S11sbury. N. C...
-* bases his contentions in the South. N, S. Penntngton. T.M. .
i investing 2073..10.U ....... 101 .GreenbOro. N. C.
_ Thli li the way It was bound to look A. O. MacDonell, O. P. A.Jacksonville. 31gu ....... ......1200....... I 30 .. ....Danville.Va....
r :: it is stated that our population Lines that reach the ,great : When grandfather had his"picter took.These ." S Fla. ............... ..... : ;........4 ; .... .....1Jcttmond. Va.... .
4 59 ......1 68a1...... 40 .Lynchbarl Va.
I -:. .> has more than doubled since iron coal and timber regionsare were the shadows cut before _J 11 .... 30p .. .. CharlottCivUle .. L000I. : .....
; The coming of Conjurer Daguerre "," 9 .... .5 I. ....\\"ashinzton.. .. .....

j..f!-: the nation's late war, and wealth that the at needed\ ,, now the more than importance And Some his day art to;bloom like a to girl a-goddeu in a pinafore.fair. '.( The A.' S. 1 & .& 'R1 R.i 11 3 11 45a..3... 3353".................. :>a ."... ............Philadepbia....New.Baltlnore.'\'orlL........... ................ F

o\ving'to recent ..
!:: aggregate ever, Men certainly were not as black,we know 11 .. OVp,'........ )p ........:Boston....... ....-

:*;' the present time is valued at which the commerceof As they pictured them,50 years ago.Ayer'ssarsapari. Departure and Arrival of Trains. --CINCIN..AT .CK:;'O..VILL&- i Nus. ... .J. SOUTH AND WE!T Nos..., Noa.
8 13 DO n..oRID"AND l'EW 1&: .. 5&: 10
{; $70,000,000,000. In view of the South has attained in M.cou. At1&nta. Daily, l3r 0........ Dolly DaIli
1ift icinnati.
Chattauoo Cill- .
that I Ia STARKE: FLORIDA. Cbic'a. o. t.OQ= ... .. 800a Lv..Fernl.ndina..Ar ...... 520p
is claimed
: these facts it the world of trade. Lines that .
\ Tohdo. DetroIt. ..... 9 1 La L'-.... Callahan: .....Ar ...... Corp
began to make NO- 1 daily leaves 7 a. m. for LaCrosse. 0 lmd. Lou- :5 1I.. aL\.JacksonvUle..Ar 7 30a 356pv'.ue.
new men justas : PI9
'. should this country become involved will extend from the great corn i :z C.lev : Z ... ...
Brinkley and Intermediate points. This train .and St.LOU1S ,10 3p: 9 53a.Ar. Baldwin .Lv. 6 45a 3 lOp
the new pictures of men .11591058a '......Starke...... 5 Ita 2 1pT3jLv.
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,i\\ .. : ;! in difficulties'with Spain, and grain centers to the gulf began to be made. Thousands connects with\ the G. S. & F. at Sampson -B- ; ....J acksoavuie.Ar. -8 bSa -90: 1233a.11.=59o '"........ Waldo..4 35a 155p
Junction for Palatka. Macon and intermediate .,. \
6 1221YP 1.1\Op
,,''"'.''(''- requiring even greater expenditures ports will add to the prospority of people fronted the camera points. 10:9.110Hpl.o\r..Everett..Lv.4401)1: 3001\1'\ ......Macon...... .. G302.lIOn PI". ". '.+.11 IS 30p ........Cedar Key....... ...V 00. .
.. with skins made clean- from NO 3 Satur and Sundays only. Leaves 7'43)I 5 1:1./:/ .. ......A tlanta... ...Ar ,,0 55p 5'SaL l2Qa. 1;IJa .....IIawthorne .'... 3 46a I O6p
of than I ays : .. ..... Citra.......
: ., money : was of both.-Ex. 53 ......Atlanta..... 04iJI' 50a: 3043140p
.. blotch and blemish, .because 5:30 p. m. for LaCrosse Brinkly and intermediate :::.. 9 'mV; ..cbattanooga... 6 1'V; 11)()00P .:' iSP "..SUverSprings.." ...12 02p
: required during the late war, Get Your Gun! they had purified the blood points,connecting at Sampson Junction -...... 130 ...Cinctnnfl1..... .. ..:' :m 143011. 2a 4 lOa' 228p 133p "".......WUdwood...Ocala .........."4 .1250a% lOa2aASIIEVlLI2ROUTL. &
Johnny ..
for Palatka. Macon and intermediate .
entailed individual with points. 531,12 5I-; ". Leesbur".... l13p 10 If''.
the burden Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It .n
upon Toledo Ceo. NO- 5. second class. Leaves Starke 4:00: a.m- Pullman Sleeper between Jacksonville, Cfn. 6Wa I 31p :.....Tavares....-:: 1050P! 95O .
is as powerful then.. !)IOn ., ..... ISp' 8 .
would still now as for LaCrosse. Brinkley and intermediate cilC1nnatlllnd Cbicago. 450p .." .Orlando .. 8 30 .../J."
taxpayers Yes run along and Its record it. Others ... ...... .. '343p 517p .. Winter Park.... ... 740. .
S Johnny proves points. This train is daily except Sunday.NO. ""pm,L v.. ac..onv.e.. \ 5ooa'' 3 Up StCatherlne.. 1131p 10 :J. ,,
be much lighter. Congressman 'arrives'at I. 13. m Lv..... .... SlI.v:1.nn h........A 1I&I I"... ..'o. .
imitate the remedy ; they; 2. Stark 12:It/ p. In. daily. 53.1a' 33'-4> : .Lacoochee. .II ()gp 947.
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get your gun. Polish up your 4 l amIAr.... ....Columbia. 553a: 3 .....Dade ..... V 31.
"lip Cuy. 10.up
Dockery further states that ; can't imitate the record : NO4. arrives at Starke at 9:30: p. In. Satur. ll2SamIAr.' ..:.:. Spartanburg..Lv- ."p 1ooa' 4371PiantCit1 ..' 9"lp 842.-.

armor. Pack your haversack. ; days and Sundays only. 12 Ar..Henderdl1ViUe..L!:! .. 3 OOpm 1 810,1 52up. ...::...Tampa.::.::.. siOp 800:. S
when hostilities between the go Years of Cures. NO. 6. second class arrives at Starke.5:30: p. 14l'mAr..AshvlUe. .L 20P
Put chest- 3 S2pm Ar..llot Sprlnl'i.. ......LT IJ 46am NO.2 No. 2 WISTERf. DIVISION No.1i
south commenced on your bullet-proof F m. Daily except. Sunday. 2(1pml. r.... ....l\n: vUle..... ....LT 8 2Sam Daily'Daily ......D:>(EW OHLJAl'fS.: Daily
north and the .... ... --
GEO. TOMPSETT.Gen.Supt. 45.3amlAr. .LeJnngton..Lv 10 l5pn 1HOamJAr. 1--
protector and a few porous r .........Clnclnnati........Lv 730 pm, 53p1! 92SaLv..Ja ksonrlUe.. Ar 75p ... tt83' .::,...
:: Starke, Fla. .
. in 1801 both the military and \ ARTHURMFJS,Gen.Mgr.Jacksonville. -''''..'...LU.........Clncinnutl .........Art 600pmtI05OpjllQaAr..LakeCity..Lv; ; l 558p.>> ...... ',".'\.,........
Getour v. .II..
.... .......
:. naval: equipments of the governinent plasters. corns THE Fla. "" ""'''pII1Ar I ...... .. ..?'hic..o g Four...........Lv _II._".111 Lu.pliJp..".3Op! I.'p ....,.A.iOIl... e 0" ....... 4..vp 1..P..::::
Load .411" 2t.n .1I.fnntf..l1n..u. 300nuu
trimmed for
marching. 8 SOamiLv.........Ciucmnaii.... ...Ar 636pm83oam: ":: '' ::::::
I were meager whereas, at canteen to the neck. HEW YORK WORLD GAINESVILLE &: GULF RAILROAD CO. COOpmAr..........Chicago......... Lv 600a 825a li30P .*..Tallahassee....Qulncy....'.... 213p llfip1240p! ......
: .your very | .l\Io'lc.n lloute. \I 4\11 "..River Junction." ......
the present time they are ample Kiss sweetheard TIME CARD NO. 25. 1hiOi; : --Lv... ....Cincmnatt ........An 00pm ." ..;. llOOy305u ".. ..Pensacola. .... 730a.......
your good-by I 500pnjAr..Chtca .. .......*.Lv 10 OOarnI "......Mobile...... 1220274ftp. ....
for immediate uses. While the THRIOE-A-WEEK EDITION. In effect on and after Nov. 7. I ., I .". .
and report instanter, if not Pennsylvania. t ......74011 "..New Orleans ?" .. .
..: ',, standing army amounts to only sooner, at the Blade office. Daily ex.DaH!. STATIONS. Dally ex. Dally. Through Car Line. ST. LOUIS. LOUISVILLE JACKSO
and officers 18 Pages a Week Sunday. Sunday.Lv. VILLE. THROUGH SLEEPER.
some 27,000 men For the Toledo Blade has declared am. Lv. pm. Ar. am. Ar. pm. _> _o.3b_ I _ _ ,.No.. o3;
) : 8 uOytnLv( .........Jacksonville...... 866am630am
he states that the organized 156 Papers a Year 720 300 t.L.Galnesvllle.... 1100 700 8 00pm'Lv. ......Jacksonville, ... Ar. STxJam630am iU14pm Ar........Everett... .....Lv
.. ..
fit : war. Spain must come 727 3 10 t. Minnie Hill 1058 65.1 10 Upn( .. ......... verett..Lv. 300am .. .... ...Macon...,... ...... .. lOam
citizen soldiery of the United FORONEDOLLAK. 730 315t.iCannon'sxin' ... 1055 650 5 30am .. ..........Atlanta.......... ... 1055pm :52<;am ... .......Atlanta... .... .. 1055pm .
off the perch.So 735 3201.]...Rocky. Point. 1050 045 11 43am ......Jilrniingham.. .. ... 650pm ........Chattanooga..... .".. 10pm S
750 3351. Wacahoota. 1043( 630 930pm1000am ......... ; *oopm ........Lexington .... .... 1055am745am:
States is 114,000 ...
some strong, below there 800 3 345t..FleweUens. 1030 620 ..... .. Memphis..6..4 l5prn 730pm .. ....Louisville......... "
ready ....
the get 805 350t.i..Clyatt'8. .. .. 1023 615 535pm: ...... .. ; 40air. 712aaa .........St. Louts...... ,.. 9 ISani .
: and that, moreover, resen'e1ighting Published every Alternate Day except Sunday. 810 355 .Kirkwood. 1010 610
Draw Let ... ..... )
the draw-bridge 815 400 t. Elmore. 1005 605\ Thi-s train will coaaaience running Wednesday January 19Hi. .
i; .strength of the country -: 817 406t.....Tacoma ..... 1000 6 CO ..
fall the porticullis !. Close the 820 4 10 r.i.. Taylor's..... 955 555 S SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.Nos. .
is not less than 10,000,000. The Thrice-a-Week Edition 825 t..Micanopy .... 950 550 .31 and 32. NEW YOS1C aad FLORIDA LIMITED VESTIBULE,between New York
windows and shut all the doors I 835 425t..Tu.: 'cawilla.... 940 543 Jacksonville and St Augustine. _
of TIlE NEW YORK WORLD is 837 430 t.Lake Simonton. 935 540 Nos. 33 and 38 Fast Mall Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville and the CIncInnati
I 'Vith respect to the navy, Congressman -. Hoist the to the 842 435 1..1...Hickman.... 930 535 Sleeper via Ashevilie. ,. .
poop-deck first among all "weekly" pa- 847 925 530 Nos. :S7 and 38 carry through Sleepers between Jacksonville and New York in connection
Dockery states while .... 8 and 13 and and 10 with Jacksonville and .
852 t..Dungarvan 920 525 with ? Pullman Sleepers between Tampa.No.
top-gallant jib-jabber Ship pers in size, frequency of pub 902 OOt.lrvine...... 910 515 35 carries the Cincinnati and Florida Limited, with the Tampa,Cincinnati,St.Louis and
it; ranks only fifth amon 'tbe lication and the freshness .... .... ...Fort Drane.,.. ..... .... ,. Kansas City Sleepers. These are brought to Jacksonville by No 33.-
_- the rudder and; make fast the Arpm. Nos 1 and 2 carry the J ackionvuie and New Orleans:: Sleeper.
'great navies of the world, it is and ot its t.-telegraph stations .1 tDally except Sunday. Daily except Saturday and Sunday. IThis train does not fUll
anchor to the hurricane hatchway accuracy f.-flag stations.. Monday. Sunday and Monday only. Connections at Tampa for St. Petersburg.. Manatee
thoroughly modern in every contents. It has all the meritsof J. F. BUNCH. Gen. Pass. Agent. I, River an4 Key-West and Havana steamers Steamer "Manatee, for all points on Manatee
; Reef the roof, haul aft V.J. HERLONG. Gen. Man. I river. At Starke. tor LaCrosse. At Waldo steamer for Melrose. Connects at TaUaeassee
and vastly superior toSpain's. a great $6 dajly at the priceof for Carrabelte. St.l\Ioirks., and ApulachacoU. Connects at River Junction for ChattatoochoRiver S
respect Connects Ocala Fernandina for Cumber-
the but let the steamers. at for Homosassa. Connects at
_1. belaying a dollar weekly. Its political land Route Steamer to the Islands and Brunswick. -
lIe states that notless J. -F. .P MoMURRY, All baggage will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city ticket
flying jiblet stay news is prompt, complete, office 202 Hogan Street as well as at the Union Depot ticket office.K. ,
than $134,439,707.10 has DEALER \V. CAMPBELL, PaBsenger \ J. E. AUSHALL,
Now man to his hitching accurate and impartial as all its i geiit.
., .. been spent upon our naval outfit every I Ticket Agent 202 \\>-t Bay St., corner Hogan Jacksonville, Fla. .
.post Lot not a dastard readers will testify. It is FANCY. GROCERIES WALTER G. CGLEMAN, Gene ral Travefing' Agent, Jacksonville. -
.. .,4 since against the monopolies and for A. O. MacDONNELL, Gen. Pass, Agent. .
The Blade -- .
duck !
Such figures as these are most ., or dodge the people.It ..

certainly] reassuiing in view of has declared war. So, Johnny, prints the news of all the The Best and-I Freshest KEEP-Stock in Town.TRY S

the imminent prospect of war get your gun world, having special correspondence ME.- ; 1L Southern

between Spain and the United from all importantnews .
Count de.Beaumont of France, p----- -
States.-Atlanta .
points on the globe. It :
Ocala. time ASK Railway'
who arrived at some has brilliant illustrations, An. .
Not Always Understood.
ago, evidently has an unlimited stories by great authors, a capital FOR 4 HBSQI'JTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE

A A fact often overlooked, or not amount of faith in his newly humor page, complete mar- TICKETS -

always understood, is that women adopted country. Last fall he kets, departments for the household -
*nufTer as much from ,distressing raised five acres Qf leaf tobacco and women's work and
I kidnoy and bladder troubles, as with such excellent results that other special departments of t

the men. The womb is situated I' he is now growing his seed-beds unusual lYe ofife interest.this ) EAST AND WEST.. : -

'the r unequaled NORTH .
; back of and close to ,
ana preparing his soil for fifty newspaper and TIlE FLORIDA
bladder and for that reason any
inconvenience acres. :.Recently he found a SEMI-WEEKLY ADVOCATE to. J acksan ville TWO DAILY TRANS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND THE EAST
distress disease or .
gether one for $1.50 r
S partner' in the of C. A. year
[\..., ',. ,. manifested in the kidneys, back, The regular subscription Washington and Southwestern Limited. SS .
Riche .formerly a prominent
or urinary passage: is often, by price of the two papers is $2.00. And the United States Put Mstl.CrL7 .

S mistake, attributed to female phosphate dealer, and together AND .

S weakness or womb trouble of some they have purchased the extensive 21 HOU3S JACKSONVILLE. TO ASHU1GTON. '
S sort. Moore and Ford farms THE ONLY 27 HOURS JAOZ30HVILLS TO 1TEV 7022.Cc2d .

e The error is easily made and about three and a half miles A
o TeBtJboled Train composed.f Latest Improved Pullman 8I -riTi jf Car u& BoUl DimIn .
may be as easily l avoided by setting south of Ocala, on Lemon 2 Carl through without change to Wa lartoll.Baltimore.Philadelphia. .

for hours JIT &KIW. .New York and the East.
.S .r urine aside twenty-four ; avenue, containing hundreds of > *.

S '. a sediment or eettlingjs evidenceS acres of the finest land in THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING-ROOM SLEEPING CARS BETWEEN
and bladderS
... your kidneys Marion ,county. They are now .. The JACKSONVILLE AND NASHVILLE. 0:
( If 1 have pain
'r.. need doctoring. yau in their ,
S .:. ) .. dulf aching in the back, pass planting Jacksonville Cars
or Through Sleeping Dally Jacksonville to .
follows ,J. L. GASTCINS
spring crop, as : Fifty S
....;:, water to frequently, or scanty! and Cincinnati, via Ashevllle Through the
of Irish -DEALER IN-
acres potatoes: sixty
S with smarttJg or burning
upp1y, "LAND OF THE SKY.0to
acres of corn, ten acres water DRUGS OO> MEDICINES Key West
j,,... -these are also convincing proofs ,
- > 't:.5 f'SS If have melons, ten acres of oats, fifty r"r dbdle4 htornta a.. rat,.',, hedu1ell. tf.e.2ay oar nNrntCoas. eta.. 27"
"" "' : of kidney trouble. yon Railway EAH.TM.T iu .
'; .}'' STARKE, FLA.: toy Mt the SouTBiau or connection.
of leaf tobacco and five
doctored without benefit, tryJr. acres .
1 ; : -
; + the great' acres of alfal fa.-Green Cove Physlcians'Prescriptions Carefully Compounded A .' S L. 8HIFMAK, Florida Paw tgt. 213 West ; aj Street, JcktonTlll, Th
Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
Spring at all hours, day or eight. and : : >- 1. !I. OULP. W. A. TURK, 8. H. HABDWIOT,

I '..;,ii. kidney? remedy. The mild and f _ ,''". TrSo! Xfanajisr. G TI. r.*. Ajf.. JLnt. O...PBM. Art.
South.Line .- W&ahlnZton.D.O. Wa';uaztoa.D.a AUA&U.O..
LL.,7: the extraordinary f'! surprise "I can say one thing for Cham 50 YEARS'EXPERIENCE t. '."

:* May2,1897. _
iI' you. It stands, the highest berlain's Colic, Cholera.and Diar-: Through -:, -.'- -- .

for its wonderful cures. If you rhoea Remedy.; and, that is that it the I I .- .. *

I take a medicine* you, should take: excels any prop rieta, ry'mediciue, I L HEART ',) NEW

j the best. ,At druggists fifty cents have seen ,on the market \nd I .. CATA1898| .

and one dollar. You may have a have been in the practiceof medi- S MARKS of '; ;>.r J"I _ WILL .E READY TO KAIL 13' OCTOJDt

S 4 jrimple battle and, pamphlet, bofh cine and the drug business! %for the DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS _ _ :c ,' ..ODe' pArty wrtu* M fottow o f ..r TIt.w *U- t

.r- :w_ sent free by mail upon receipt of pist forty y irs'," writes J. M. Anyone tending a'tketeh S and description Ac.nay FLO TDA. _ TaToable Iewm K. lee Ca'aton ptr*M Md. 1 me k4 copy. a CIIW..t.f Jrrvenr ,

cnlctly ascertain our opinion free whether aa __ __ ,< Jane toad it. I'M" at.i.gS
.i : three twy-cent stamps to cover Jackson, M. D.', Bronson, Fla. Invention to probably p*Mmt Handbook W.. CommulIl'AoUol1utrictlyOou1ldentILL Patent, I { ; i.f. im'U Out I U Mt wirt t.ibtp+".M aS t

1 cost'oi\0ostage on the bottle. Physicians like Chamberlain's sent irea. Oldeat acency for*ecump&tect*. .I "'"too.
to i: CUI. will ccmtrim aa CM
Patents taken through Mnnn A Co. rccelv .. pew tl9t {*e
Mention the FLORIDA SEMIWEEKLY : Colic Cholera! and Diarrhoea JKCioi tIDt<",without charge.In the Write the General Pawenger .. food feature of Uu O 7 cUl: .fvebnM *maay
; ,5 t71 sew oaes. Fnlly Iti.*rated wtk .*.? kewrhotozrrpbic .
: ADVOCATE, and eeud your address Baerican.culatiou Agent for information. S View Sis foil be" .'
because it is scientific Scientific .1 1r' cs We s
ri to {Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton Remedy, a A haa4lome1Y mutrated weekly' Largest ell'- r B.:COYI Gen'l Sapt.S S 'p, toG Fl'l$ etka pIaat6q. ..cat3og4Rswut ; $.n...bu. .sstM....
of preparation and because. it always ouYn&. Term*.S3 a ::t
jN. Y. Tho proprietors of any denttfle >
$ S ear; four month.IL b4 bysi!114"114--". G. D. JICKERLY, Geafl! Pass AL.AqKSONVflLE. THE GIOFHHG BROS. CO," ,
this pare : guarantee the genuiiies gives quick relief. Get a bottle at : York; .nd JRMtP7eflUIH i S
& Co.3611ew ,, .. f" '.' .. ":
-- p'.m f, a. 1+ {! Wacciz.r.4.
I nc3sf 1 offer. ,. J. L. (iibhius 1 drug store. Soa,C5 T Waahtogtoa.n.C. : ....... __. S S ...S rA-. S S -.---_
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;: LOCAL GLBAM1MS. A Delightful Serenade. PERSONAL NOTES. air. GOfllon RSchnrd one of LakeBuiler's FORHBSTCLASS ,. -. *'*. ':",: 1

Last Friday eve,, the Victor Cornet Mr. W. E. Duuciti Jell SatuidayforDartow. pr< miu nt young men was '
In town Fiid..Y" ,_ JOB PRINTING
GATHERED IN CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD Band ,serenaded the bride,and ,I

Mr. and ,Mrs. 'G. C. Mrs. Stanton returned Mi. Diguiu r representing thfS. B.Tlubbard .
groom, Living- to Waldo BRING YOUR' WOHK TO TH4fil'tCE OF THE -
.;o.. of Jacksonville was i inth ;\
PERTINENT &PECU. laR. st+n. The _baud played two sulec- Monday.Mr. ;
.. ..:city MInd '.
ions uuder the electric light in O. W. Clyatt, (Providence, lain Powell F FLORID.*SEMI-WEEKLY % ADVOCATE '

Weather Forecast., front of Mrs. Livingston's residence town to-day. Mr. Hugh representing !
firm lof W. P._ Sumner, of lh..1 -
on Call street. They were Mr! E. E. Julius' visiting friends ,ville,-was iu the city Mondav.Mr. : .
Fair and warmer tir- then invited in by George who at VaidbHla, (J.,.
night and Wednesday. .1. L. Smith, a prominent buaines WE PRINT
escorted them to the dining Dr. Powell made a professional vis- "
luau of Tampa, paid a visit to -..
Old, papers for sate at this office. I 'loom where a large table which it to Waldo Thursday.R friends in Starke Saturday and Sun- CARDS, TAGS,' _

extended across, the room :was .'V. G. TV Leitner preached at the ,, CHECKS, .. LABELS '.., -

County Oommiibionen: meet to completely loaded down with cake, BUIllst'ctiurch isuu.lay.: day.Col._ Samuel A..Davis prominent- TICKETS, BLANKS, ,

day.See fruits!, lemonade, etc. It is unnecessary Mr. Brooks Shipman of Lawtey, Il" ::1 light' of Athuta, was a guest of ENVELOPES,. CIRCUL UlS, ,

A. A. Johns for high grade? to state that the buys was iu the city 8und ty. friends iu the city for a few hour BILL HEADS, STATEMENTS,

Fertilizers: 'at rock bottom prices enjoyed the delicious refreshments Mr; B. F. .turned from I ul day. NOTE HEADS : LETTER HEADS,

l'ne fact that the table walt considerably rip to Alai-ipua Sunday.Mr. Mr..Joe Lovott, the hustling: young ETC. ETC. ETC. >.
The colored people: had a frolic representative of G. K.: Marki'lee' & ,
lighter after their departure W.B. H ,rues' eh1e*t son,Tem'
in Little Africa last* Saturdaynight. Son commission men, of Cincinnati, WE MENTION THE IMPORTANT
goes to prove this.fnct i"le, was very ill iaet week. -
I N iu the city.i! '
'\.. .. After partaking of the tempting :.Mr. Geo, Kosel, lately of Arcadia, if I /
** Mr. Win. Alvarez, REQUISITESISkilledPrinte
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.. .. The strawberry season hap viands life baud rendered b Veru. tripling relatives l iu SILI kt'I I prosperous
I iller of the foil. who lives in the ..
.- opened up in full blast.I ,. This revives choice selections of music in,.th Mr.. R;"I T. Richard, of Waldo i h. northern part of the county, was in I I -TO- .Good Paper, .. \ .), .

.. trade. t>arlur, ending with Home Swee "i jti.. grl'.atlvcs. in the rity. sown Saturday.MraJPauline:; Presses '
-' GOOD. WORK 4 *
.. Mr. Ovis Johns is building dome. Band leader Melchei, Mr. Jese Itedlsh of Water Oak, Peterson after upending : .

handsome boat which he" will Delivered quite a nice little toasm was on our streets Saturday.Mrs. I ,several weeks visiting relatives i in Type '":. _

launch on Crosby lake. behalf of ,the band thanking Wiley ant l Mrs. Bobbett re- this city, returned to her home inGeotg And- > '...,.. '- --..'. .

the bride and groom fur the,deiicious urned to Jacksonville, Monday.Cnpt. :Thursday. "

Several} young people enjoyed n refreshments, a16d.wishing H. S. Grimes, of Waldo,visit- Mrs. D. G. Pugh and her charming. Jnk.: J' -

delightful card party: at the New them a lung and and happy life. 'd his parents in title city Sunday. Ilttle tlaughter'of Wilmington: N. t''., \ -- .

Commercial Saturday eve. Cap'. T. A. Philips passed through are visiting Mr. and )1u.V. ,. $ WE: HAVE ALL, THESE. :ee.: ,
Sweat, of this city. ,
Starke is the center for horse Near the Suwaunce. he city Mouduj his priva-e: car s f
: Mr. W. K. Halle. Superintendent of We Solicit a Trial Order. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
traders. Every Saturday horse The A. S. R. & G '. ..
Mr. E.
: R'y. is push Q: Iouaa-our hustling I) aun the Southein Express Company,with -
trading is largely indulged in. ing the work. of construction towards +aledtn .u, visited \Va do WedmsdayMr. he.dquarters ut Ja"ksonville. was In Office in Postoffice Building, Call and See Us.

Hams with Bones and Hairs the Suwannee river at b G-o. Lewis who is working :iUauipville he city yesterday.Mr. .

The : waft in the ci,v Saturday ,-._."., --.. .- .,, .
without Bones. rapid rate. road is complete! C. G. McCormick, route. eU: .c, ;. I.:: + -- :.a .
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WHITE'S GROCERY. J8 miles west of this city. Th- Miss! EihHmi Richard; returnee I f the St.ntlii-n. t x press Company, r ,

The young men of the high ,,&.,jtCL of the road is to run spur tome'' Saturday from a visit to W.thlo passed to through Jacksonville.Mr. Friday eiroute >9 THE C. B. ROGERS Co' ,t

out from the main line to all o..f: 'Mr. Z. AdUug, a prosperous farmer \
school played quite an exciting 'R IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE GROCERS \
th' important pho.-phate from New River, was in town lion A. B. Hendry and Miss Heard Q .
game of foot ball Saturday after ; plants. day. from Ue.Mito county, are ,-ittetidith" 'j. \W T AY''brSCSOaJ"V JTiT/F:, FTiA. W'
have been ,
spurs surveyed high school at this place.! They Provisions Grain Flour Meal Etc \
:;; ; work has commenced on some ot Rev. L. W. KlcUi-er filled his regular .tie hoarding with.Rev. J A. ileudfy = Hay, Grits --

,"It'-due of the McArthur Paten' them. It will be for appointment at Callahan Sun jjj SOLE AGENTS FOR Our business confined to the {t. ""
necessary Mr. J. >1. McDonald Who das b e>
\ refrigerator cars passed* thrpugl day. 1 4 trade only. Orders from con- *.?:
the road to put on an extra-freigh I'tnoloxeJ at Hampton with hi< crew Fairbank CanBiBg Co. Lion Erand
the Mr. Paul Cn and wife returned uumers neither solicited nor def(f\
city Saturday en rc ute to the va !
train which will bring the phos- of men making an addition to the F Canned
rtheru: markets. home MomJay from visit to Jacksonvilie. e'. & I I'. dt'11.t at ,that pl-ce, ha- /f\ neais. fired.f /f\fI
to the F. C.
phate &P.R'yThis :

.. Five boys came to this city- will liven up business con- moved his men to Baldwin ?R Quotations Made Prompfly-On Application. |
Mr. R. RE'dJ.h. from the 'Va.f' rOak Mi9 Eula .
r Saturday from the orphanage at t rfiderably and will be the mean: 'tion has entered the : Denton a chnrrninu : ndMiifcuished : ._._.__._......_.._. .-................_............_....... ,,;._fII ."_., ."." "", ."" .,-.,.. ,,;..."" ''''''
of :, Nec High daughter of Col. Ilcun ,_._'"; ._. .-.J._._ ,,.,. ._, __. ._.__. ._....._._.E. :._.._.M. .
Jacksonville. They have fOU'1dhome. placing Starke in direct con School. Demon, of U.iinesvHep-: : through
in the county. nection with the phosphate belt.. Mr. garrison, the hurtling Insurance'3' en route to JBcUj"; nvile! (0). S'r LtS: ... ; :La6Q-
where she will I visit Miss.Macie Cox 0-
The of Tue, people tlf i Starke should appreciate man, had returned from High, u
young gentlemen thi- .
the {act.and give the'roud Spring- 31.r. Perce Starbird, Lake nude X. R. W. DIXON & SON D
city will give. a dunce at the o 2
hustling mill man, was on our streets
their cooperation.A Mrs. George A. Gardiner. and sister i : <
_,. Armory to-night. The Victor I Saturdny. Mr. Starbinl informs 111 GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
returned from a visit to Maccleuny I G.
t Cornet Band will furnish music. Little .hat !his brother 114 i not dead, as! liny 0. .
Sunday. #
be, stated, but in raitidly 1 recovering t 190 and, 190 Duane St., New York. p..
_" There were eighteen gu 'st! registered i A littlf .
afternoon Dunce b"rnto .
Saturday Mack seven pound girl was Mr J. G. Mossby, of PhiSa.lelpWa: COE <
\ at the New Commercial'hu) Mr. and MM. W. U'. Agin last .
and '
King Albert became involvedin came to_ the city on Monday from Southern Fruits IS Vegetables Specialty. SJ".c
tel last
This Thursday.Rev. cc
Thursday. looks like '
heated Oc.-ila. Wr
a argument which resulted Mossby contemplates ea- LJCO rt
Starke is receiving her share of iu blows. J A. Hughes drove down to tat4isi' )'ing un ice factory In Stark. Make a Specialty of Strawberries,and Peaches
Throughout flu'IItire JTea*'.
the travel. Waldo_ Saturday, returning Monday: ,whieh enttrprise this city is greatly : 3:
ROUND FIRST. .morning ar. Sr..'* i in need of. <: RFFKRBNCE; -;:Irving'Xatloual Bank New Yorkyvnd CJommefsrxarcix. .
; Last Friday Messrs. Truhy and -Dunce struck out from the ;,(,.- > : : dial A.c..nclt. ,-, nrCO .
''shoulder and Col. A. V. L'tn< whit has been ill Col. A. P. Painter traveling agentof trH '
Sternburg had their large safe landed on King's w'xsz'E 'on ., sxAazPS, : .
asr c '
for the past few diy, ia abt to be the Clyde Line, iia' 6e d through tin tJ _
moved from the vacant state: neck. King then swung his left out again. city yestt-rday en rout to his imnie i

,. formerly used by them over t which met Dunce behind: the ear. at Melrose 1 Col. Painter is a "bust .6.... .A. A. JOHNS '- .
Mr. .
Roy Brigham, a prosperous IerM for his liuf, and his inHirumentalitj' "-
their warehouse the railroad.Mr. through -
farmer from View
Luke was in town ----STARKE FLA.
1\ mall'seop1I"yjlit Floridn ,
Tl. F. Ensey has a hand- Dunce came up looking rather Saturday.Mr. during the year.

some" tennis court near his residence / dhaky. Considerable sparing was Geo. McLeod the latest acquisition -- Colored:: Child Burned. 1)ea g Stavle: and Fancy Groceries

on Cherry. i street where young dope but no blows p psed. to the Bradford County Last Friday afternoon the littl \\.r.\1\\111. \ ,

I people may be seen enjoying the ROUND THIRD. High School.Mr. two-year-old child of Simon, Country Produce Ftc. _

delightful almost Dunce saw his chance: and spat- Jo.. Eclu-rt made us a present .
game every "- liankeraou, who ]lives in Lincoln
evening. ted King over the eye. This blow Saturday of some of the finest candywe When in want of Good Goods at Reasonable Prices give me a
City, ,was badly burned while piny-
1 ever tasted. Call. I will make it to
decided the fight in Dunce's favor. your advantage.F .
The FLORIDA ing ufar fire that had been built
, AD- Honors were and the Mr. J. W.Nichols, a prosperous far- ,, u 'I'e .
VOCATE has a good reporter in Mr.: easy sponge mer living near Sampson( was iu for'the purpose of burning trash:
Kissed the -
Avery G. Powell. He keeps that ceiling. town Saturday.: The child was playing near the W. DRIGGERS ? to_

journals columns full of Starke's fire when its clothing caught anbefore
, High School Dots Mr. Jessie Reddish, a prosperous

l local haPP eniugs.-Lake Butler Thanks to the for farmer living near Water Oak, .was iu help could arrive i it t LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES '

,. BulMin. fixing those steps. supervisor town Monday. was badly! burned! about the body.Dr. .

People> were startled l Sunday Messrp. Claude. Alvarez and Will Powell was called and says ).. STARKE, FLA.Mt .- --...c.1

Football must be a rough game: Wall attend the dunce at Melro&r th' wounds are not dangerous.
morning by thH of in
report a
gun judging from the looks of the boys Thursday eve.
the heart of the city. Sonu A crate And box shouldbe I
Saturday afternoon. Rev. F. R. Holeman preached aninteresting I -*.! a Specialty of Conveying Traveling Hen to Points In the Country...
thought the war had started. It ) among Starke' industries. .
sermon at the Episcopal
was found however that one of ,, I wonder if the B. O. C.'s have church Sunday. Many' thousand dollars are sent -
our citizens had ended the life os: i I disbanded.i I don't hear any more. Mr. J. R. Robertson representing!! away annually for crates and boxes I Iin'

a cat that had been eating' hip from them? .1. I*. Nfckolds & Co of Chicago, waa which}, '''to pacK fruit and vegetables An Exciting Runaway Advertising. Rates. i

chickens. Several boys'ahd girls from.all iu town Monday. ,. and every cent of this large
A farmer's hor a caused considerable Our advertising rates will twaa as rea."Onatllt" '
The ADVOCATE Starke is one parts of this. county are cominghere Mr John Clemons, a prol'perOU8Carmer amount would be kept at'homo, if excitement- Saturday consistent with kreptnff up a good news*

of the K'st new gatherers in the now. from War.$! City, was tradingin we had a factory. Some enter- paper. It is the purpose of the paMUber to
Starke Mondav.Mr. afternoon by trying to make a issue a clean attractive newspaper with onl/
state. Nothing seems to escape Clif, I- know...jou don't liko to prising man could make money out mile-a-minnle down Call Street such.a proportion of advertisement aa will
the eye of its local. Bro.. Hodgeshas speak in public. Bud Crews, a prosperous farmer of such an enterprit-e. insure that aU win be seeD and read.an4 none ,-;
from the Water Oak section, was with a cart attached to liim. He buried behind a mass of others bates will r
added to the already well be uniform and will be made known OB appUcatJon. .
Little Skeeter makes a dandy in the city Saturday.Maj. Bradford county has some'of the would have come out ahead had '
equipped job department of the foot ball player. T. E Bugg returned Sunday finest {farming land in the United he not struck a tree near l\frg.I -JOB PRflMTING-
J.. having a big tun A night 'from Tampa, where he went t States and_ people from. the cold Emma Richard's house, which
of work. Mouticello girl thought Mr. looked .
j job Tribune.Mr. : Rev. Moody! the eyange'Jlsf.We north 1 and west could not find a completely demolished' the:: cart. ,

Elarbee informs us that he so handsome at prayer meeting are glad;to state that Mr. A. M. better:spot to locate on if they were The horse did' not stop until he Bring It to THE AuVOCATE office .
Thursday night. reached '
trill be ready to distill a fine brand Ackermau la rapidly recovering fr +m to hunt the world over. Just where home which was some- WE CAN DO IT

of turf ealJLe one day this weak. Bradford High-,, Scboo\\ hit,Injuries'received at the log cmp: think of( it, new'vtget&Me all_ the *"" ,near**' -Lawtey. -- WHEN AS YOU YOU WANT WANT IT. IT ,.: ..,,'

f Ho hns just received car-load of .. Rev.-John A.. Mickler, pastor of Cncklon's Arnica Salve. I
: Prof. A. Hercules, the able year: round), and cotton, corn, pota- '

barrels: in which to store the turpentine principal of the Bradfur "..Countv the .M.E.. Church at WaMo, visiteiRv. toes, sugar cane and fruit can be The Best 8 lte,in 'the world. for -, -...,.. -TRY US ti
J.'A:>lleudry of this city Friday. r
after being stilled. The High School J, reports the school grown(Jin abundance. Cuts, Bruises: Sores, Ulcers. Salt >

work of cutting the boxes is nearly in a: flourishing condition. Scholars I i dial A letter informs from us Fred-that M-he rtluatAres is doing a- Bbenm,Fever Sores, Tetter, Ctiaj- CASTOBIA j i.c i\\

completed. Mr. Elarbee has something "- .from all Tester It-flheam and Eczema.The ped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and For
parts of the county rushing. businees.iii, 1m store at that intense itching and smarting,inci- Infanta and CMMren.

over fifty men at work and are now,' attending and several place. -. --:V lent to these diseases,instantly allayeoby all Skin Eruptions,,and'lIitively The Kind You Raw Always Bought a
will? use more as his business demands applying Chamberlain's Eye and Piles
tares or no required. It
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haA'C; come here_ from different : Mr.'m. Atiri) .who Is working; at Skin Ointment. Many very bad castes pay

: them. ,'. f parts of the state. Monday before Cummins log camp*,: near Baldwin hare been permanently cured by it. It is guaranteed: to give perfect satisfaction Bears tb

sppnt Saturday and Sunday in i -is equally efficient for itching piles ands iefoaded. Price Slgnatnreof ,
.The ycung ladies and gentlemenof last four new. sholars had their ,Starke. favorite remedy for sore nipples or money, '''0

Melrose innored The Misses names: placed ,on ,the roll and last chapped hands chilblains, frost bites 25 cent psr box

>-8trpngrof this city by tendering) Monday ,six, more, were added. Mra.Wileyandfriend. Mr,*. B,-'bbhttof and chronic sore eyes... 25 cia per box. For sale at J. L. Gaskin'a Drug tiiJWAED MDDLETON, .

;them a delightful dance at the Starke and Bradford should Jacksonville, .are visiting Mr*. 'Dr.; Cadj's, Condition iWdm, are Store. -V k-r: -.
,county ,,
Wiley's St'elnickerofthl Saccewor, Andrews&MMdteoon- '
daughter: Mrs ';intt what. a hone 1 needs when in bad ta ...
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hall Jut, Thursday eve Quite a congratulate themselves upon ,- condition. Tonic, blood purifier and Beantr Blood Dee?. :t .p": ETos ,
Clean blood means clean akin. No r PC! OFi
k? a : .
crowd 0(1' people from Waidoand having so valuable an institution 'ennifuThey are, not food but beauty without it. Casearets Catbar- ...: '
young .'B.A. Adkinp., who is working medicine and the best in uw to ,puts ti ;Candy ;; ; .
; deaD blood ud clean
your keep : by
Starke were present and in their midst. for the Bradford LaVe bone: ,in prime condition.. Price; 25to stirring Uj the lazy liver and c1riTiDg t. all im. Starke liieif,1eed and SaleSTABL& -

heartily enjo/ed themselves until Butler,'wjix-among the visitors to tliw ,i.per package.. T parities from the bodr. Begin today to < 4 :
Tvbarro banish pimple, boils, blotches blackhead *!
Do t Spit ead hole Tear Lift 1n,. *
12 o'clock city Saturday. ,C.taraie Your IJoirtU< With Caiearet and
when the "Home Sweet 10 that sickly bilious complexion by:taking ..
To quit tobacco e&sllj and forever, '
be : ;
magnetic. Cosdy CiitJtiu-iir. r.nre constipation foreier. G 8cart .
beantyfor ten cents. All
t Home" waltz :was played The .the.fall.0000 of life,nerve and.vlgm. take CNoToCac. lira. r..-T. Richard and 'two .100:-.Zc. '|{C.C.C.tats ilrargTsts refund money. giats. satisfaction! guaranteed, lOc,2c,roc.drug. !1' ; .
-warker that makes weak
Misifcs. Strong returned home Sat trong. "All druggists 50c or II. Cure gitaran men- sons returned to' Waldo Sunday, h ..1 No-i awte for Fifty Ceoto.Giunntaed ., To Core Constipation, rorerer..; 'fr!"..'...'.".: T
/If"" .Llrd"y. .L. ", teed Dootlet and sample tree. Addreaai'Bterlltiff ...lea cou.tuted a:pleasant. visit: to tobacco: 'habit cure mates weak Take Cascarets Caodr Catbartle. lea or 2.5c. NEftRltl SOCm'AM::: EUKIES I 't 3113 -
4 Eeme i/, Co., Chicago or ]New York tives In.the!_ men tror ,siocd ft '
#. ,iO,,)I "' t, ciy. .* jmrs. We,P.,4l14ru& XX;, c.c. to cure,drcgzi&ts rpfucd money W 1t'.D i silo S.\lf.: STJltTt1-.J44ltr;'.- '
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