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Title: The Palatka weekly advertiser
Portion of title: Palatka advertiser
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: January 9, 1902
Publication Date: -1902
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -Jan. 2, 1902.
General Note: Alex. E. Wattles, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Jan. 2, 1902.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 Related Items
Related Items: Palatka daily advertiser
Succeeded by: Crescent City news (Crescent City, Fla. : 1899)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)

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,SERIES VOL. X, !NO. 1. PALATKA,. FLORIDA, THURSDAY,- JANUARY 9, 1902.. w$1. Per j;gag. .J i'

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,;e li.JB. HAYS & Co., Tailors, ".1 'i
DOMESTIC NEWS. Mrs. Harry Goddard of Elgin,,,Ili.,
and 218 McFarland '' claims Him Is heir to in thehelrt BY REVIVING THE GRADE) OFVICEADMIRAL" '
319 W. 4tmSt. St., : property H Tons R
Says on Reolly
of
Philadelphia, Pa., valued at .';
,, Cincinnati 6. Dec. 26 1901. Chicago has" ruined;" $20,019) for McKinley 215,000,000, leased by Col. Baker, an <1,'
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j fund. ,
monument
ancestor, for 0U yeArs to the govern __ fF ..
& Co. 1'alatka Fla.
Messrs. Feat side is ment. She says the lease expired ; :
noted
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F. Curran, gambler,
GentleD:: We beg to advise you that our Mr. Alexander will dead in Newcastle, Wyo. nine years' ago,and that the property MUST BE ASSESSED AT ITS FULL Senator Penrose of Rnnsylvaut ,

be in your place on January 21 and 22, for the purpose of making a ;: Capt. WM W. Ker, widely-known must aoend.revert nts are to turning her. Other up. baker de- VALUE. has a plan to end the naval scandal,

display. 7 Very truly yours, L. E. HAYS & COMPANY. lawyer, (la. dead in Phlladeldhia.ThepOBtoflloeatrtlackfcburir Dr. C. D. Drlsooll of Paoli, Ind., Tax assessors throughout the Stateare and which radicals proposes on both to bring sfdasTot togetherthe that;

letter tells 8. C., wrote an Insulting letter to Miss\ Eva
JTbe J above short a heap. Mr. Alexander is
well unless
: known has" been robbed. Tlteamount taken Miller :Eva: showed the letter to in receipt of a circular letter from disgraceful controversy. It I. .
: in Palatka afca Tailor of repute. A good Tailor improves o.n nature. wan small. gentlemen frlendM who advised her Gov. Jennings which has put them than a bill to recreate tIle trade ot

his for what to horsewhip the doctor. 'rhedoctor 111 flutter and If these Instructions Vice-Admiral the and *
By art hejmakes up nature left out. If nature slighted The ClmrlflBton Exposition set wind of the bee and a navy pro
got whipping ,
shoulders chest he'll build 'em apart New Year's day. as negro dny from the head of Florida's business muting to that rank Rear-AdmlralH
your or up and make 'you look like a confronted his accusers with a revolver
didn't 3: at the Expo ltlon. in each hand. Hut he made a administration are pub in full force Sampson! Bchley and ClarkesAthe" .
Hercules It for
rich
NATURE cut YOU OUT a man, he'll defy to the The the Isn't to and latter famous of the battleship /
Lincoln, Neb., given 8,000) to put a public apology girl. men fluttering going begin as captain
nature at that, too. Mr.\ Alexander can make you look rich 'and prosperous chime of bells. In a local church In of the town then gave him 20 daysto end with the tax-assessors. The Oregon. It Is stated' 'thaft I,,.

e, in. one of his Spring Suits to order for $20; $ 2.50, $25, memory of McKinley. place.wind up his affairs and leave. the circular In part says this compromise bill is meeMu! 'wlfts-%

to $37 and $30. We want you to make note of.the dAtes of his visit Rev. O.M. Von Proste-Huelshoff, John Baker, an expert Michigan "The tax- assessors are charged much,, favor among republican .ena*;}*'
Cathollo sob of German
a noble -
priest *
with the imperative duty of aaceralnlng tore. and representatives who feel
the miner, just back from Mexico
and look copper
come at display, any way. Is dead In W is..
LaoJOBse! mid Arizona, predicts that mines in all property liable to taxa-" that it will do much toward healingthe
The rottingrbodyiof man was last that section will eventually crowd lon and of assessing all real factionalism which has crept Into
to Wear ; propjer-
; Ready Clothes. week found In the steeple of a colored the Michigan mines to the. wall for
church near Birmingham, Alii.Obeolln the reason that they can produce the ty at 'its full cash value,' and all naval circles with redoubled force

:=: January is n slack/ month in trade, usually, but we are determined college, Ohio, has rained copper cheaper. He says mines in personal property at 'its true cash. since the war with Spain.

to.bring it to the front in business success by offering winter suits at $300,045):| ( ) and will (ret f2M.IMMIIUI( ) ( > a Now those territories can produce York value; The County Commissioners Both the House and Senate Corn-t
Year's gift from J. 1) Rockefeller at 4'ii!' fonts( delivered in :New are charged with 'full power to equalza .- mlttees on Naval Affairs have ia:
S Cut Prices. There yet three months;, of coolness, but there won't be and that contracts can now be madeat the assessment of the real estate their possession a great number of
The factories In the south
soap 10 cents t and will be made at less
any for you if you will but get inside of some of our'elegantly fittingeadyto.Wear have consolidated" and the trust will before the end of the year. In their respective counties, and for bills. bearing on the Schley-Sampspn'

Suits at $6.50, $8, $10, $13 and $15. be known as the Southern. Soap Association. It is said that President BooHe- that purpose may raise or lower the controversy and It la thought a general d

"Cloths don't make the man," but the man counts for more whenhe's volt's New Year's reception at the value fixed by the assessor on any promotion of the leading bellg- i
The President writ visit the Expo- White House wan/ more largely attended particular piece of real estate, but eranta will tend to smooth matters./:
in the rIght sort of clothes. \Ve keep only the right sort. sition at Charleston In February and than has been usual.\ The .
lower entire .
lannot raise or the assessment .
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President
entertained smile
It la thought he will be wore a holiday
E''ea.rc..si.d.e' d. by white people.It a regulation suit. Mrs. Roosevelt of the county, their powers
CO.
: : ., Palat a.. was !gowned! in white satin heavily being only to equalize. It shall be jOE SIRIPliNG! VIHTS HEP.
) is said that Mayor Low Is suspicious
with lace and diamond
pleated yoke
that money will be used to corrupt unlawful for the County Commissioners ,
ornaments.t She oArrled a large bo-
the board of alderman. It Is to lower assessment of
of orchids. said NOT IN
juet( pink They MENTAL SCIENCE "l
probable that his suspicions are well "howdy" to everybody, and seemed any personal property given in by
Founded. pleased with themselves and the the owner, or assessed by the assessor, IllS LINE.
Oen. S. M. 'B. Young takes command manner they had been provided for which shall not have been specified Y
of the department of the lakes by Providence. under oath." Ho U. \VuHhtiiffton to Secure
March headquarters in Chicago. President Prltchet; Boston Institute Aid In 1'ronecutliifr. the
Oen. E. S. Otis retires. because of nge of Technology, has written Kev. WHAT ASSESSING MEANS.
BUNG EXCLUSIVE DEALERS limit Maroh 1)6. T. M. Worth, of the Methodist min "To assess property does not mean Posts.J. .

JUST RECEIVEDNEW The total number of commercial (isters' association, which passed resolutions to: copy the description and value N. Stripling, United States District .

Ladles', Gentlemeiia'and Chll ren8'FOOTWEAR failures in the United :States:: last German denouncing beer inauguration of from a tax book of a previous year, Attorney for Florida la In
drinking customs at a
was 11,002:. or 863 more than In but it means that the assessor must ''
CROP OFLandrth's the 10IX,though the totalllo.bll- recent"smoker" the Junior class, Washington this week for the purpose -, e
ities year less. saying:1 "The question comes beforeme ascertain the proper description and of urging the Department of .' +
were
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in this form "Hlmll students be full cash value of all property liableto able counsel to
Justice to appoint ;'
a Garden Seed hold of his of lice
,. Mayor Low took allowed to come together( buildings
taxation. It is the duty of the assessors -
Of the 8T district assist him In the approaching trialof
in New York Jan. 1. under my control, with Instructors
and devoting our whole thought to FOB leaders of Tammany Hall. 18 present, where drinking is restrictedto to mnke diligent inquiry ando Helen Wllmana-Fost, the Mental

the one subject of Shoes has made lost their places the flrst day of his moderate use of beer; or shall ascertain from any and all sources, Science healer, of Seabreeze, for'
administration.The they be sent to hotels and restaurants Including/; the public records In the fraudulent of.the mall There
for this house a reputation we are SPRING PLANTING I where -TwrtTletiong-aroTenioved) TIn use r
wave, of reform has struck several county offices, what lands is a strong array" of legal talent for
the first is
studying to keep. We strive to fit New York City. Edward G. Ulen- my judgment position not .
sentenced the one that will help the boys to and other property are or are the defense and most of the lawyers -
the feet of our customers with atyle to non six, a months policeman Imprisonment, has been for failing temperate and clean living. It has subject to taxation. The commission :for Helen have been sitting up 'o

and qu ility.!! At City Drug Store to suppres a disorderly house. i been little a the revelation combined to churches me to find of Boston how allowed to assessors is to compensate 'nights making a study of mental
done.
this to be
Our Aiiierlcau Men at Governorof for work properly science therapeutics,and Joe, who Is
A Eagle Shoe for P. Leary, first I count in their influence on the
y;: $3 60 but have Guam died in the marine character and This. law was. enacted In 1805, and it of republican
q;;: ... an M beats the world we E. Stewart. who i lives of the constantly a better manipulator
other go, d sboes cheaper. Harry hospital, Chelsea:: Mass., last week growing army of students. who resort Is presumed that all officers know politics than be Is lawer in metaphysical -
We have all sortie had Just been. commissioned a rear- to Boston for instruction. If the law. It is their sworn duty to Is little
Stylea of ladles' Boots, and of them are so pretty that they or occult matters, a
add beauty to. the foot. Of course we are he uiqQurters" for the School Children. FRESCRIFTIOITSCAREFULLY: admiral the day,after and his his commission death. arrived your more purpose direct is to and make more this helpful influence fatthfullyperformthe, duties of the shakey as to what will be the "out..

'-eerl.i. COMPOUNDED. uo one will welcome it so gladly as I. offices they hold as prescribed by law. come of the trial. He feels that he
:e: :I: V Gen. Miles has resumed his duties
: .. of
.. It is also the Imperative duty
to
needs more moral support sue-
......... in his olllce In the war department.It .
Is sold that he has decided to accept he tax assessors. to omit from the oessfully prosecute the case than
the situation with the best pos FOREIGN NEWS. tax; books all lands not subject to Tom Appleyard and his Florida Press d''

: .A..n sible grace and will say or do noth ingto taxation.. Among the lands not sub- Association can give. Hence his request
Marconi has
pporl"Url.i: : toy- .continue controversy. established a school
those certified
of wireless telegraphy at Fritnc-ou- Ject to taxation are <>r for government aid. .
Gov. Pleasant Porter of Creek Nation the-seaIreland. old to the State for any previous It is also stated that Stripling! who
,
in his efforts
successful
has been
;x' 7es'ttO..ec..ts: : ::: : to have, Congresman de Gratlenrled C. M. Weasels is to bring a letter year for the non-payment of takes haa held the office BO long that he .p'

t,' of Texas prepare a bill providing for from Kruger,. from Amsterdam, to unless they are sold by or redeeme 0:: feels a sort of proprietorship in it..(sin .
the admission of Indian boys to the President Roosevelt this month. from the State.. 'The revenue law Washington to counteract .as far

West Point Military' Academy. the Merchants\ Danish West and Indies leading are citizens opposedto In provides in section 24, that 'the assessor as possible the gentleman from OK l'

Foraker and Hanna are having the transfer the Islands to the shall not assess any lot or parcel lando, Hon. J. M. Cheney, who bag Y

The year 11901 wa the most prosperous year Palatl 'hashod monkey and parrot time in Ohio over It lea United States.Colombian of land certified or sold to the its optics on Joe's job. ?
the control of the legislature. w
of largely. May paper money has depreciated State for any previous year unless .. .. ..
question money
since 1894. AIU of our. manufacturing enterprises report satisfactory the best man win and the dtake so that (45 in paper money such lot or parcel of land so certifiedor ,

buslness'and the hindmost. He's sure to get the la equivalent to only $1 In gold. The sold shall be Included In the list. HABEAS CORPUS DENIED.M
I Increasing sales. rebellion is now practically over
first, anyway. furnished by the comptroller to the i 4-0t

(. Nearly ;ry, merchant(; states that his business'shows an increase; the Members oidd iscarded of Congress desks of are the securing House treaty Denmark ceding, it Danish Is said West will Indies sign the to assessors as now provided by law.: Trial and Sentence of Captain: rr
the that 'the tax assessor Must Stand.
and sending them home to be kept United States without regard to Section 27 provides Carter

over the previou year. if tn their families heirlooms, to per. protest In Denmark and the Islands. shall receive no compensation The United States Supreme Court
stems their. glory as national legislator Dispatches from Constantinople for assessing lands which are not of
th sales'of real estate have *. The present Congressmanuses tate that W.W, Peet has established has refused to Interfere in the case "
During past four months the city exceeded subject to taxation.: This makes it doclsion .
: Tli
communication Carter.
.. mahogany desks. with the brigands Captain Oberlin bi, ; -
who hold Miss( and the Imperative duty of the tax assessor .
Stone, her
t in amot nt,, annual sales of several previous years, and prices John Robinson, black in face and release will be accomplished hopes In a to omit from the assessmentrolls was rendered,. the Carter proceedIngs for ..
Dublin Ua. Instituted by Captain
soul. was executed at few
obtained.were uite last Friday for the murder of a ne- days. 'any lot or parcel of land certified the purpose of securing a writ of habeas r+
q satisfactory. President Dial of Mexico hCi
; .t gress. On the way from cell to the a or sold the State for any previous thalwoul release him
time New : corpus
.". The statements: of I.the banks jn Palatka show larger deposits than gallows lie is the he only cursed murderer everybody of In modern sight. Joyous) the on Pan-American Year's day.VEJereceived delegiMfji! year' unless directed otherwise by from prison at Leavenworth,KuusaavThe

\\ who ranked as diplomats. Diplomats the comptroller. case originated in the United
times who did not regard the gallowa'trnp
the year of the'freeze: his statement may seem incredible, but I Itjb a as the direct elevator for heaven. who are are not sometimes found out.defined' aa liars' STATE MOST NOT BUFFEB States Circuit Court for the districtof

!/ : citizen of the Depositors who were precipitating President Castro of Venezuela declares "The State will not hereafter suffer Kansas, by which the petition for, r
,
fact and a mostpleasnj! one to right minded ounty'
every a run on the Dime Savings Bank, the British steamer, Ban Rlglia because lists of lands redeemed a writ was denied. The splnton WAil 4
1 Cleveland the other day were given pirate and offers $10,0110 reward lave, not been regularly; furnished delivered by Chief Justice' Fuller,,
:, There are ; dissatisfied persons, but nearly all are looking for atfable smile' by the teller who also.
,
an Its seizure. The for the
for
a Treater steamer is en the tax assessors reason that and affirmed! the, opinion of the Cir, w$
handed them a card,demanding
to Venezuela with
route
and of withdrawal of their munitions ands. heretofore sold for nonpayment cult Court.-Tlrnea Union A CltltentO"
expecting (prosperity and improvement during 1902. days notice a of war for revolutionists.The .
? of taxes had not been stricken :
funds. The law awarded the 6O .-.
Pan-American -e. a- --- .
W the the bank took them, and thus saveditself Congress Is tied the tax books and for the further d
Our Coun is lucing again and prospectsfor anorange from
arbitration.
pro oranges maul Its depositors. '"IP over Home of the SIX WHITE MEN TO uASTO. ,
South American who are reason that by the oomptroler'sciroulars _. _, >T
crop thl,. year ishost flattering. Miss Alice Roosevelt" daughter of controlled by home politics are making the assessors are very ,..
the president,was formahypresen ted big blulln. Just for the effect it properly directed to omit from the Gov. .Aycoek of North Cavo1LRa'l '

Inve'st rsI:an harJjlyVerr In purchasing Lemon Street property at to society the White at a ball House given in last her, Friday honorat will have on their home people. tax; books all and only those lands ab1et! Feb. SO" as tile Day.\ ii
I Emporer Bill, of Germany has '
;: night. She Is' the first bud presentedfrom covered by the tax certificates now Gov.:Aycock!: of North Carolina(ia9w'named
snit asked Miss Alice Roosevelt "s#
the right prices! I control Five Hundred ((500)) feet of unimproved daughter '
own f the White Itonso since Mlxs of the president-of the United held by the State. The list of the Wednesday,Feb. S8, for: th ,t
-"" Nellie Grant in 1878. and Nellie IK. christen his new yaoht.soon certificates held by" the State of six white; Such ..: ;
Lemon Street rty which I offer in lots to suit purchaser States on hangIng : men ... ; :
pr P now a grandmother. There were 600\ to be by the Townsend A Downey .. .
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at the Roosevelt ball, and it September I, 1001 are on file In the wholesale execution ia. 011'; \day: t
present
and at prices.which mu' tLbe,f considered: low. Terms of payment will be la stated that'' Miss Alice was very York.Co,. at Shooters- Island, New offices of clerks! of the Circuit Court, without precedent! In that tote., -In il{:

{II" 'l" happy.' The Crown Prince of Germany has and are always accessible to the as each case there haa:been an, appeal,,, )' )
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,made,easy.if .f Frank H. Peavey. millionaire of been sent on .a voyage, and it has sessor. With the aid ot Iheee lists to the Supreme Conrt; Four men afar;' J

f Minneapolis.' Who died on the 80th !been reported that be ls suffering the assessors can and should, under, to hang at Asheville for buglary\ elf?" ..
you have mone vest and do not care to purchase real es- prox., held life Insunuioa to try" am- from jaundice* but the facts are that the law, ascertain from the report Emma, iff; C.> ''One is to hang at VirtU; 11'\,,:
; ( > on which, he had he has been t
7rF? ount of MOUOHX a and his .
: tate r,control! $10,000 t' mortgages on Lemon St property all paid bull.two premiums, .a total of august dad has hlgh-roll"ri into exileIn of tax sales on file In the'omo sou, N.C., W assassination;: thin being ;t mxl;: .$ ''
o *\U7,78O. ..Pom people are pointing tohis the hope of weaning him of some ot the clerks of the Circuit the flrs(since the war, and on.aft.; ..!i'iLuu.'olntolufor '

located between the 0n Hotel and the river;which ,I will sell .'remi tla" as thoe of a lucky of bIll extravagances. Court and of the fax: collectors, a burglary,In,wfclolt. ylp( \ ,/ ,
Art ;...,... dog but th r a are others of us who Berlin: advloen say that until DrtJohmiatLeda every 'lot and parcel of land, certified a woman WAS -horribly outA- -ebJ" 'i ., ':

These mortgages drawl' .J 7 to 8% interest, payable seml-annually would bequeathing prefer;even] living a million.to leaving The and 111urance Venezuela< ,,' the arrives German at ministerto Caracas" or sold to the State,for any previous born later having-on It bll'tbmar.] ; t''" ,

'j> .- will be paid promptly. which will be about Jan. 6. nothing year' covered by the certificates similar.to its. mother's. Wounds,, 4' rl

and_the ..ttte,11: has alv .: en promptly paid. Each mortgage Is, o.rl PostmaatervGeneral. says he has will be done by Herr von PilgrlmBaltaazl now.,held by: the' State in ''cus ,',h'' .

{ ..... '" received, a UJrire' number of' telegrams the German charge d'af- tody of the clerks, and should eliminate property.at, true cash;value. "
business pr Jr.befcness anted and letters asking If a ruling falrs there to press President Castro I all of them from the assessment it Is also the sworn duty ot'onr.r:
had been made that only sub further in regard to collection of
If you : ; in";- Tlor v slre'to' .invest, I would be pleased to have you( orlptlons to newspapers and periodicals German claims. rolls except- those reported to assessor to omit from the,tax,.. if
Vhe
j ese soulsevi which are piild: la advance are I A Bulgarian woman, attached, to the 'assessors by clerks each all property,real and'yet, {?

call. at my 0" rri what I have to offer you. If out of town, ruing Ua *)add thai no such the American mission in Samakov, month since 'M ,redeemed or sold. '.ubjeot\'m, taxation!., '' > ;
boo 1 had been made and that he Bulgaria, complains to Consul.Dick This Is not so dUB ult a task .a lon concerning veluwwcorporate ""
supposed the inquiries were the r"* inson In Constantinople that while .
ceii I IFlo
write and If It is the atookScVyour
me some imagine, ev'n ,'
suit of made the third
a ruling by she was traveling Mehonta in s
rlthM. maiorlK .assistant postmaster-general" la' the Macedonia! with an' escort* of eight law positively require)that it shall, ., ,_,+ 7'from

er G. 'Loper Bailey case ol.* New Yotjk. publication, the soldiers, provided by the Turkish be done. In nherft; It)I. the sworn I: Irbe
"' ''subscription* to witch were mainly government, she was assaulted by : : ,
forales and o duty of every tax, aes.snor to ascertain f ,4+ ?
brlK Induced bypreml Ans and which-rul lieutenant In command of the Turk ..0:1 .. w ri,
stabret'- vein ing applied only] the condition of lei frontier guards at a point beyomDschumaya ; all propertyUUVle; to taxation ...: '
Palatka I Florida. that partloolard Bjia. and to assess *U rea 'property tlJt* ,, e Mq+
"r om. II nut or to similar and that her escort. did \:I a. ),I.. '
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A THE'1'PALATKANews world, so sour as to care nothing for his own life, GOINGS ON IN FLORIDA.

Y" let him secretly grieve over hie hard luck, and his e ..

AND ADVERTISER very apt to revenge himself upon the world by L. J. Lester, chief under-sheriff al 1
b.': ; such an assassination that of 1'amplh88 been retired.
,'I. na Czolgosz. lIe strikes,
,
lj ; ; h' An Newspaper not because he entertains foolish The Presbyterian church of Tampa
utujiUclal of.the JDemocratta sort-jus a philosophy in la In the midst of a revival.

yyt a jjtho' kind you should keep in your family.Published his brain, but because he is a murderer\ and he Congressman Spnrkman visited

I"" : I.'. murders a public man as his first victim, merely be Gainesville. one day load week. lit

: ), at Palatka, Fin., Thursday of each week by cause he has had no serious quarrel with a private Gainesville Is preparing for a carnival .. ? jjjl'wo' Stores, and in order tosK

.'y( ( RUSSELLVICKERS.S and. street show and oouolieecouchoe. Just completed Inventorying t +ta t\fi\ marked some goods at

,. \ one.His crime is detestable, but his opinions are only a make room for a large Stock of Spiro] aodti
) Rear. II S
Admlral Miller
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': .':;. .': '\ ..t ..y:;t". Wm. A. RUSSELL, Editor. foolish. We have not yet come to the point of l la the guest of a DeLand N.board-, retired I Cost g'ch' Now $10.00
!0j. : Yi( ". ,',. 4 h lw hanging foo s. Ing house. :" 2 Lots ?i en's Overcoats o th 111 3' $L75I

"Ii: .:, : ..,,"' ..t:." ,' Now when does the fool become the criminal I The Bynuin brick factory. at Lake I r 1 Lot Boy's Knee Suits] P t' 1.85
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TO xi: IEttlatka. PUI3L10. City uncovered Its first kiln of 1110- tf.
(is tl tt II a
whom the law can reach? When his folly drives 011(1( brick last 1 eh et
.? l I' i I's' week. i 75c
; .
; ? The News comes to as a result of the st Shirts sF
you him Men's
tb the actual 1
criminal
I
amalgamation act i for when he incites Governor Jennings Is again at.Tal y k of Hats to Select From.
of two successful papers-the Cres111 others commit lahassee. his Christmas Close Figures 2
(t' to crimes? But we'already have ample Men's Suits of all Klnd at
Brookeville
;;:,' ; '.e'ntLOiiy; News and the Palatka* sock on a bed post.
Mr
t" Advertiser. law for either case. There is no state in the f shlanablo
'
Russel}V, editor and proprietor of the first There are fc few men in the state
i ; named Pnion whose legislation does not provide full pun- who have not yet been commissioned
t ; f'. ;,' paperjfijtssooiated with Mr. Viokors, for severalt' ishment for assault or murder; and Judge Gary's decision by the governor on notary publics. to 0 Jng Boot,

'Jii years. a uccessful job printer of Pnlatka, coustitut in the celebrated Ilaymarket riot cases at Farmers about McIntosh are sow- Odd Lots of Shoes ClosJfWat ut t TRI
the alw; firm of Ing large acreage/ in oats. Truckersare !
p publjs.hers: Mr. Wattles for nine makes
: Chicago particeps: crimiuiu. in every crime of preparing their tomato-seed beds.
., ct,' years editor of the Advertiser, has retired from thnewspaper violence all those Price to Make Room fo G "
who
; .., provoked! by advice in private The total debt of Florida ",(OB2I ,- Going Any
r field. The new paper ,(for it is in a or public speech or by writing, the commission of I BOO and there l Is cash on baud of Gcod
\S:. sense i e?>) starts out with bright prospects. It i is the act.and this decision $80,610,77.( This is the treasurers re- Sprizlg a ,. Mina
applies equally to all the port. RANOHO
.:. assured'of thorough reading throughout the county tntaa. Which will Arrive February 1st. Call and Take a Look al ltg t .vssv
; Orlando will give a Charity Ball
-- by' ,reason_ of its inherited list of subscribers. Senator IIoar drearily confessed that none of the for the benefit of the Church Home Q

i '+ 9 i :;, The merchants[ are aireaay assuring it of a liberaadvertfsufgf measures proposed would have prevented the assassination and ruary hospital 6th. on the evening of Feb I. M. A/IPVPPw/ w-it-Moto.
$ "support.
; The prospects look bright of the presidents heretofore murdered and ,4 ,..
Bev. G. R.Vorthrup Methodist
1" ; and the publisher feel that ,of ., tj&gffgss gsssrajsLemon .
a'full
': relization of their none of them would save presidential lives in the Fruitland I'ark how just been given '
a hopesjresl's largely with themselves. future, as the fear of punishment can have no deter- a prov donation IlIlona.of (80 and a whole raft of St., -' PALATK; FUB &a.lltoproducllolll *.8171.He

ft: i is t5o-early to formulate other than a ,skeleton rent force against murderers< who care nothing for The Yalaha Western Rail twV4'the -

+ : ,.;''Ii.' 'i>olicy and this cau be stated iu a few words. Thpaper'means their own lives. Indeed, in the whole controversyon U now being graded through Yalaha Road

l' '\ ; : {: to speak for the right aa it sees it. It the subject, in and out of congress, there hasnot' town.where Yalaha Of 'course is. everybody knows )l. r, J
111--; '
will
; ; not into the ,
go "trimming" business Brown Brick Co. \
4 .' on an ex been more than one suggestion of the slightest The winter schedule
v It.\.i;\ tensive scale. over the Flori
i: .ft' : The paper was not established solely preventive value, and that is that we take better da East Coast R'y. goes Into effect 00P1Y'C

'I' ct! : r' for the publio good. There was a modicum of sei cure of our presidents when they go abroad. This January trains .16th. There will be three MAKE THE- WHENyot
daily each
I ; : T way.
flshness in
'f'\n., .1 I j',|'b" its conception which had possibly better is a matter for the presidents themselves to look af- That man. Zewadski of Ocala. has Largcsa% HardestAND
e confessed
; l in Ot11Zg'You
w ''f' I \ + .' .. now order to avoid confusion 1 later. ter; rather than congress. So long as they continue had more advertising lately than I
It was started as a business venture hew""kl" 1 entitled, to by reason of his :-
4 fir and to elimina'te to indulge in the absurd and vulgar hand-shaking
bad
; h 1: ; :4' "f all selfishness breakukl. Don't It? Best Fire Brick
from
: ..\ : :"A r l! ( to the a business! venture is tanamount levees the assassins will be afforded every possible E. O. Bels, a well-known citizen of will want some We hanaa.tor f ""*' game. The amokeleel'
fit. damnation of MADE IN FLORIDA.
any infant to kill them. Plant CIty, '
industry opportunity was
I A [ accidentally shot Juet them.DrrrinJmCooI .
'"", .{ht r'I i l,.: This one will probably get its full share later in while with a hunting party last STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND powder shell do the work without dedadeatmosphere try

p 1 m!: (' tk life, anyway, if it keeps to its to week. He will probably at Tllghinan's :Mill.

.J ,t,;'?.', : the right. purpose speak for Miss\ SUSAN B. ANTHONY, whose home is in .Rochester Ground has been broken at Lake For -0-0- Weather'
for prices call on or address,
City the
erection of
rat N. Y. but whose name is the new union
A known
The. to the
: members of -
the new partnership imbued people passenger station. The brick and II. O. IIAM3I,
"r.. : a with a sense of grave responsibility. are the world over as "the emancipator of women." other' material Is on the ground. TUghman'u :Mill, Palutkn Flu. .

: that the public They believe whatever that may mean, has been saying some Rev. J. B. Ley, formerly of Tam. When the atmosphere of the house Ihlmomlng and< evening !Is chilly, :you can
t" press may be the of Is .
means doing pa now living at Tallahassee. -"'
,Some good. They know it can, and "right pert" thigs:: lately, among the most sensible where he Is the presiding elder of ...-- '. be made comfortable at a minimum of omt busing
frequently does '- _
+n exert a vast for of f which are her comments on the large :decease in that district In the Methodist church. po.._ "_.,.!ICOCOOOf '" \!
power evil. That [ '
they may be the( the number of in The high water '" __ <-.p. \ -t, i!
means marriages her home city for the of the past two .
t through the News of p"i= E
:.. accomplishing some of 1001. She weeks In the rivers and. creeks above a-- The Parlor Oil Heater
:
says
the year
former Fensaoola
.' ; and that they may be withheld firm '! has damAged lumbermen
"I think one reason for the decrease is greatly oy IIcn.tterlngtheir
; n the enlarged logs all
ss exercising any of the latter, is their eaI t-ds-i : over the woods
They feel, too that in intelligence of women. In'the old days women ,, o r'' 1 a They smoke not neither do t tL well\ "d yet we ay unto you that they
advocating those ,measures were married at 10, and until they arrived at Nine hundred and thirty-five state '
1 4 which conduce to the moral and material upbuild 40 their one aim seemed to be to give birth to a child convicts were turned over to the will give the require warmth. ll tad l them should either smell or smoke,
Florida
: w, y ing of the community .they will best serve them- every year. The heyday of their lives was spent iu Citrus county Naval, on Stores January company 1st by,the In you've but to tell us and :you get y.,Ltn..r baok.
ry selves. ) toil and worry, and they became old long state authorities. '
9x before their time. What this world needs n;
few-
are W. B. Dawson '
prominent .
r- er children, and these better taken care of and bet- merchant of Jacksonville hog wine just We HaY ; of Stoves
SAD ENDINO FOR 8AMPSO3T. ter born and bred. purchased the lot at the corner of AIIUs1 ,
v "A who marries and Hogan and Forayth, opposite the
"My dear husband Is woman a man finds that he
quite worn out with
,. long; lire of concentrated duty. Physically. he Is a is a drunkard or a wicked man is committing one of The government lot Is 105 feet building, for iGO.OUO. OUR BREAD WILL B
most, we are going
4 square. mlTiming January, when tkshr l toting purpo.es
comfortable '
De8
a and happy. but the bruin Is tired be- the worst sins against society if she continues to live SATISFY AIX.Tt you

>?r; Thus yond writes ever being rested." with that man. One of the greatest crimes is A The Co., at cigar Ta'inpa factory WAS of destryed M. J. by Castro fire will give to the young strength to soil them at lust enough above tl, IIrd lto'\ I lmbur8e' us foe the '"''B1'KENNERiY .

,' the wife of Admiral Sampson to a bringing children into the world under such circumstances. on the 81st prop] A large quantity and beauty, and make the old happy. "
,-.1 friend of her husband's, and in those few lines she The woman should get a divorce." of line cigars and many bales of Cuba.n From the Y HARDWARE CO.
has summed I tobacco went up in smoke of
up the results of II Palatka Variety .
a case whose pitiful I which no one got any good. The lira Bakery, : .
"r
aspects must appeal to the sympathies of a people OR ZBWADSKI some powerski ze giftski gie us, to originated from. defective. flue. HENRY THALdOTT, Prop. ,'"

who have never refused sympathy and have ever be- see ourselveski as ithers see uski. It wadski from I

/+d 4 stowed honor where honor was due. The legal and money) a blunderiski free us, and foolish notionski. ,-
: ?i'4.
academic points of the Don tit, Zewadski.
case have been settled to the

+ tpl ." ,., f lasting shame"of the principles of justice, as justice GROOMS'I
''t o is understood by the people of this With two members of the presidents cabinet registering .
f country from Iowa and with
4A.i Carrie Nation
,; The case has been making
taken
out of the hands of the in-
Otoo-Goo-eyes at another man from the
same state
competent, prejudiced and jealous authorities, and there seems to be a danger that the man from Ohio *tft
+'. has been settled in accordance with the merits will eventually disappear, but he won't. 0n> CASH BARGAIN. TORE I (P

which_ _the. results of- the H'battle of Santiago warrant- 2. PI
1 1. tt- ea, DY t.Il9 court VI. publio opinion from whose decis What Is The Effect Of Fool Songs? '
: '
P h t ,''f' ion there is no appeal. It now only remains for It is when the popular heart is fired by the martial ELcr < 1---- Special :DPrices5: : ;:'..
N .
A the same court to uufurl the mantle of charity, and ; spirit and embattled armies lie glowering at each : 0CU

$ a Y. d the paragraph quoted above is the incentive to the other that you measure the pulse beats of a nation Now Offered on Everything: Give Blow: '
Some thinkers
f act. by it song. go so far as to say that 3

r, the mental and moral fiber of a people can be judged :. -- __ .. .' -1IIIi.: ; fGd ,.
; 1W Schley and Dewey and Miles have come into their, by the favorite songs of the soldiers in the field -- ---; '"

'S x own, and for Sampson the people will have a place and on the concert stage in time of war. T I'Ti

'. ,'t which was earned by "a long life of concentrated .Are the thQusand and one coon songs and the ..- Crockery ?

l : :' duty;" they will consider that the fortunes of war maudlin topical love songs that don't mean tol be 1 .' ; 1 1111 CI
humorous, and the would-be heroio aonp s intended CnO E \\
(I)
'M.;, r are/ problematical, and that a usually sound judge- to glorify the army and navy, but which inspire Ob0 ". A GIassware'JTrnwac

c31 meat was darkened by a desire to obtain an honor feeling quite the reverse of patriotic, evidences of f -J'j ') I "0

which was.not all his. Ambition may be forgiven, our moral perversion as well as of a perverted taste? ', ., j : i kiW

c : zeal should never be punished and selfishness sometimes Would it have taken the type of British soldier n- ., 'j : : (
4 I who sang "Annie Laurie" in the trenches at Sebastopol .
be ;
may condoned. This is one of the times 'II
*
:
1 7'a
as long to conquer the Boers as it is taking his 1rs
and
extensive charity demands that the burden of grandson to do the '
n' job to the tune of "E'u '
: faults incurred since July 3, 1803\ be ascribed to Bloomin' Gay Bloke?" Or would it have taken as a ( oJ { 4?r IIItxV1Fa C)

the failing( of "the brain that is tired beyond ever many of him? Would it have takon the type of 5 and IOCfltS.fD Granitewareand ( IIoIt..

.. "1 '.. '; l ,fir ... being rested." American soldier who sang "Lorena" around the M 1.1;
: camp fire in the Wilderness as long to bag Aguinal- : Nat 0
do aa it is taking his son to "pacincate'-the insur- Ghinaw t. ; 'Tj

i" NO. NEW LIGHT ON ANAltCIIISM. gent Filipinos to rh -time music? Or would it have ', jcart I5c up' ....,

'. *s Mti' I'ha recent tal kin the United States Senate the taken; as many of him? \",,', .
on In other words, do fool and The Largest and Host Co :::3
songs degeneracy ,
li of assassination and go
subject a
anarchism
5 e did not develop together? Do our soldiers fight as they sing? Are 5 Cents and up. Line of these Goods Ever 81'' "tB
} }py any arge' quantity of wisdom. SenatorHoar's (
+ and
we perverts> weaklings'compared with a genera- to Palatka being sold at Co
proposal to have all the great governments tion that loved more national musio. Is our "ad- tion Prices.
k Killing Come
:'. a ; unite in establishing'a penal colony on some ocean ranced civilization" any. better than its songs? Is enn is picked be: > r
Joseph Chamberlain a statesman of the "If over.1Also Best.1rCJ
dry island which all anarchists shall be banished and \ You've > .1 ..
Got No Money\ You Needn't' Come Around" .
order '
''S permitted work ,
to out their
m crazy theory among and is our Hay diplomacy of the "I Guess I'll have I A Full Line of \ \ ': :::3
themselves, may be dismissed at once as more in tn Tolotri-nnh. My Knhv" brand? "

+r" 4 .. the nature of a. jest than a serious foundation for It is all very. funny, when you come to think 20 Cents and up. tka, jusI (

y : r ]legislation, JNO country governed by law could about it philosophically. Even Queen Victoria had o n STAPLE oM EARCY r. GROCE f'f'i' values i

.r }. banish people merely for their opinions, short of an in opJ.>portunity While to appreciate the humor of it not I o
the
long since. Guards' band
+ overt act of crime. When crime is was playing on ". JOUR "
& committed, the; terrace Windsor' England's 1(4( ;(...1 '
queen was completely 1tXI
t !
t ,.;;" :.,: whether by an anarchist, republican, liberal carried away by a particular melody, and '!i1 I!
8.
":i or conservative, all the nations have already sent. ft maid of honor to ask the name of it. Back Sf 5 Cts and..1'p I. ,BAKERS ? J. Smith

; J laws amply capable of dealing with it. came the maid of honor, with her blush's thick. (A Is the Finest in the .' ,', :R INIGARS--' -3
J! City and
e5 ". Dropping her eyelashes and the 10 Cts and ;.
The same may be said of Senator McComas's proposals [ proper courtesy, she up. it is where (
can 81''
'F gulped; out: 'Come Where the Booze is Cheaper,' you' get. IId up.
of international
Is ; agreements for the punish- your majesty." .... Pies and Cakes :.' .' C)
f'' 'l meat of domestic and the extradition of foreign fD ,'

( :,{:,,:\\\o"ili.\ ''Y- anarchists.In its extreme, anarchism is as complete Cossack Cradle Song. Like: your motbtr Used to : .i -9 rJJor

l' "!j :].. a jumble of hair-brained nonsense as ever took possession (From the Russian of LermontafT.) Free Delivery to all Parta or the C "-"lift u sous Hom

of! a crazy Tnind. Some of those who enters Bleep,my child, my little darling? sleep, I sing\ to thee,, "a Twice Every Day.. V;, ';,s'Phoni'l8 i cc Cream PaM m

-t.:!'. : -t-.;" fie. the doctrine are as mild-mannered men as. one Silently I: will tell the thee soft fairy white stories moonbeams my. lullaby on; thee and me. O'o Nos,; 616, 618, 620 Lemon; ', i rid up. ,A

';;!;;: '. find in .Sunday school. They would not Sleep.my child my.pretty darling, sleeo.. I sing to thee. 3BS PALATKAe FLA.1 : MJ
:; t: : ,,, :!
..,"': _: a fly and they maintain that their irosnel and 10,1 see the day approaching when the warriors meet' ;
; -- >:w
Sk' r theirs alone i is the only one known to man which Then IholL will grasp thy rltlej mount thy charger 1leet. :2 nerd of

V ie r. absolutely interdicts all violence whatsoever by gov Sleep I will,broider my child In, thy my little. darling ora,fair sleep to, slog nee,( to (he*. ( Thoroagfidjustment:<::' (0I ) ,

rnment or by individuals. They' are oJ j1
absolutely ii
Then my Cossack boy, my hero brave and proud and (ht'
{ made
-.1) ?"{ "SB harmless. But a doctrine, while harmless in t' e Waves one farewell to his mother and rides far. way.gay n .lf and,i iob s 0

<*!'?<' ,,% inde of those who are harmless themselves, niy.mind.of Oh,flll.what sorrow, pain and anguish then my soul.** shall &.'., I"J IndlYldu.l by Ida \,, FTI"

J, a1 f roua is those who err nS As I pray tor day and night that god will keep them, "a 5 nb'and up. I cUcal IsntlBo upe, i "'"
> .,' appII| 1ft
..PS t hearty Let a man who is n' r .jJ. rum nt IM e..
t .-- -- III
-----
? etr :, der'get thin crotchet i iall'authority inti his Thou halt take a saint's pure Image to the battlefield. n m" u. u
'
1N 1-.t-; ''t, r that Look upon it when thou prayest. May it be thy shield. aodnlblP (
all
ye
'r .5 an And when battles fierce ar.raglng, (give on. thought to s.a r
.1 .,!ter him have the ual me.filleep .

; him,, get sour on' e my darling:, calmly.,sweetly sleep, I ting to theo.H. ompt Attention.
-- F. in Westminster Us.ette.h .
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I THE[ BONDS N Will G0.R.OUR R. The county The School school Board.board met In Mr. Parker Thinks the it shad a fisher Uello.at Kol- has straight commenced into Orandin. The work "Old Hoss" Sale of Unclaimed Martin Griffin-- & --w---(30. j;*

regular monthly Houston on Tuesday leston while dredging the other day Juno &; Jennings are installing anew Freight. Georgia Southernand ,

.arid read and aoted upon.the reports. near the old Darby wharf came-upon planer at their sawmill and will '

of teachers. Nothing of a nature oa a heavy substance, which, when Int. be ready to supply flnlMhlng materials Florida? Ry. Co. :*/ :

culated to disturb the serenity of the ed proved to be an old anchor and soon. They have also ordered a 18821902. ,A;:! /.:|

meeting cameiip. one that will weigh la the neighbor.hotei new boiler. They are now shipping This Company will .Bell at public

OIIAIIEIEIIFAIIUIIIERSEorse [[ ( of 1,000 pound large/\ quantities of hickory timber auction to the highest bidder at its Cor. :I.StD..Or.l.:: : ac..Cl: ater r .. i,
"Other People's Money." Mr. Parker thinks this anchor Is which they buy from the colonists at warehouse in the city of Palatka on

Hennessy Ixiroyle's comedy one that was lost by a Yankee gun $3.54)) per thousand.WANTIlDSewing. Saturday, January -aijth, 1SMUJ) at 10 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. DEALERS IN.t .
pro boat a. in. for reigh. and "Other '
In
1802 the same boat which storage '
duction
of this name wan given to 80 was afterwards captured by the Con by the day at charges, the following list of refused Sash, Doors, Blinds, Paints Oils, Lead, Plows. Plow Fixtures Cultivators,, I
largesized audience in .
Fry's ,,
me $$115,000 BoM Issue a opera federates near the head of Dunn's regular prices. SatIsfaction and' unclaimed freight.W. Iron, Steel Barbed Wire, Smooth Wire
ilyMJrIty house Tuesday .evening. The con guaran; Drills, Seeders, Hoes, Bakes, Scythes
pany la.a most excellent one and all lake. Of course he Isn't cock sure teed. Apply Mrs. ,J). M. Loree at F. BuoiriNNON) Auditor. Wire Netting Staples Tin &"lIng. Corrugated ?,"'
who saw them-' thlr about this, but is willing to let It go Mrs. S. il.; Bond's. 1 show case, 1 table O. Watson, Roofing TarrerBooilng Paper Suathos: Potato Forks Shovels, Spades

I ] 01 50. Ing. Hennesny enjoyed didn't take. any even-of at that. He says the Spanish Armadadidn't LOST-A bunch of keys. Findercan Jasper Fla., 1 box smoklnl tobacco Booting, Chimney Nails Flue..!:Jewerl'lpo. Well CurbIng lick Axes, Sawn Cutlery, Mill hupplies.;

the "other peoples money", from this touch at Darby's dock and leave at this office and receive and clock J. C. Ward, Lake Butler Packing Files, Pumps Babbit Metal, ,

town. What' ,' he got Is an. his and he'. thinks It would be unfair to make reward. I a boxes and I 6 caddies tobacco J. 4). Primers Cartridge Shot, Shells, Ponder Wads Caps Plumbago, Woodonware, Tinware,
Saw
welcome to it Indeed there's any claim to lt. being a relic of that Ward Lake Butler 1 buggy crated Handle Axe Han fn-
LIGHT VOTE POLLED, OWIN'TOFUure here for him If he'll come again.more fleet. Old settlers in the neighbor complete 1 case cigars, L. M. Stokes. dles Bake Handles,. Hoe Handles, itenare, Lanterns and Burners <

... .. hood who remember the Yankee For Sale. Lake Butler, 1 Iron pulley V. I>. Hammer Handles File Handles, Stoves Remember we the O.;
Stove carr qelebrato x
boat tell him Furnishings Step Ladders Cash
that it did cast an anchor Lehman & Bon Flornhome. 1 box and &
Plant of Bangna. .
of Many to Qua.Ufy.-Total Handsome Gifts. .and assure him that the wood-working machinery, window glass, B. W. Luther, Flora- Drawers. S.tove -S .u
consisting 1 Gas and gusollne
\ ; '
chances all favor his claims. home 1 sack clothes W. F. Easter- i
Mr. A. E. Wilson/ president of the ,
78: For Bonds, 64; Against, 14. Putnam National Bank and head ot Mr. Parker will have. the anchor' shaper engine, 1 1 sand heavy wheel.planer 1 ,small 1 joiner lati1e.1 ling, Grandin I box shoemaker'stools IN OUR STEAM FITTING DEPARTMEN4 ': ':
scraped and put in H. E. 1 *
Grandin bag
the Wilson Cypress made) Tlrrfmens, .
company afropercondltlon 1 large lathe, 1 band saw machine ,
If there was any excitement over to receive.
his usual Christmas of li6 Iron pipe fittings! Martin UrllHn & '
to the
the bond election on Tuesdwy it was / gift $ I combination machine 1 foot inorttser WE CABBY A FULL LINE OP _
Co. 1'alatka 1 second hand road
I
Palatka Public little <
Library, a mat 1 small boring machine, 1 large
BO well BUpprosHocl as to remain unnoticeable cart A. Glover Palatka 1 trunk "
ter for Mr. but / : '
perhaps Wilson one Elpe Fl'tt
1 table 1 OI-\L.sgQS
to the naked At boring machine saw re- gs,
eye. .
of great benefit to the But personal effects, 1 piece iron forging, ,
Library. 1 double head, 1 large glueing '.'
all the afl.w. ;
nearly polling places inspectors 4
this WPS not the total of Mr. Wll \ bundles ((48)) plows I no mark. ""' '
sat around in a. lonesome sort of ann' tHiiluf.mfut ItAriafnjitlftna. At n -
-- pulleys and belts. (Cost $3,000.00)( () <) )). .
way alt day and lost till that wnoouilnR .
: : \ i
public nature. Iti1j just leaked .
to them lor the mention.The All offers for above will be treated '
\ service oy Personal NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
out that he sent i :
wear and tear ln each of the white churches in the In ,
tlon of their trousers. given order received, until Jan. """ ,",'
city, and a check of $26 to each of thot 4888 Laws of Florida.
Very many freeholders failed to K. of P's. will dance tonight.Rev. 2Gth, 11)02.) O. 1'. BUNTINGS,
colored churches. This bit
of new 66 Charlotte St. Notice Is hereby given that HenryS.
and could not vote. }
qualify they l Is a little late in the Dr. Fulwood will hold his 1st Fla.!
reaching peoplebut St. Wilson Tax
Many others were ladies, and ladle Augustine purchaser ol Certificate '
It is not the meeting next at Bt ThievesBidNotBreakTlirOiigii
of this quarterly Sunday:
don't go to the polls In this. bailiwick fault paper. James, M. K. church. No. 732, dated the 4th day of :
.
!Hunts.Anthony. has never been here -_ NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB July A. D.. 1808, bas flied said oer- .

to fire them with a desire for the Seriously Wounded. Saturday.Hot John Me P.still Wall talks was dispensary in town Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter tlfloate in my office, and has made application .

would franchise.have If gotten she had a she cold probably society; A. :J. Dent, a fast black; was shot but In a muffled sort of way. 4888, Laws of Florida. for tax deed to Issue In accordance And Steal All Our COOds'r; '

Btare.Falatka. and seriously' wounded at the Union Mr. W. S. Mlddleton the big i turpentine Notice Is hereby given that Williams with law.ilald/ certificate "" "

has a population of 4,000; 'depot on Tuesday afternoon by OT. operator of Pomona, was a &; Company purchaser of Tax: Certificate embraces the following described .

there Is large fast black contingentwho Nettles 110 young white man. Net visitor in Palatka on Tuesday. No. 634, dated the 1st day of June, A. D., property situated In Putnam County '
tleswas, taking some recentlY' employed 181)6) has filed said certificate In Florida to-wlt :*"
hate to give up a dollar for the Mrs. H. S. Wilson entertained the my :

privilege of voting. Many city property when Dent negro stepped\ to a turpentine up and tried camp to Whist Club at the Saratoga hotel last office, and bas made application for tax Ei of 8J Section 1, Township 11, We still have some attracjive; Bargains left which we invite '
owners live on the Heights; and evening.It deed to issue In accordance with law. Range 20-80 acres. ,
influence the to leave him. Net.
other suburban retreats and they of ties had brought men the men from Sonth is reported that Mr. H. S. Wil- Said certificate embraces the following The said land being assessed at the / ".iE11
described situated In Putnam
!
course that could there not vote. The result Carolina and had defrayed their exlense son of the Wilson Cypress Co., has flnuniv. Florida.property to wit date of the l issuance of such certificate you to come in some other; way and get. : <:. ,
shows at
ballot stuffing. was no. attempt of transportation. He asked purchased the residence of Dr. itosenbimrr. -SwkoB.W.: V..N.W.lof s. W. in the name of Fla. Coin'l Co. : ,',.;
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Dent not to molest his men, and the I E. Beotlon 16 Unless said certificate shall be re -
It was learned that there were but W.lofN lotSW.l .
95 electors who measured up to all legro became abusive, then angry. nMA: : K. Parker has been awarded Township 10, llange 26-100 acres. deemed according to law, tax deed I '

the requirements for franchise. Sev- His language was so violent that I a contract for the plumbing workat The said land being assessed at the will Issue thereon on the 24th day of January is the Month of Bargains :

enty-eight of these got out and expressed Nettles got nettled and struck him. a Orem Cove Springs hotel and date of the Issuance of such certificate' January A. O., 1902.! ,
The negro then clinched with Nettles 'lie left on Wednesday morning for
themselves. In the name of Estate B. F. Roberta Witness official signature and -

From observations made by the and was using him roughly; that place.W. Unless said certificate shall be redeem. seal this 18th my day'of Dee. A I D. 1901.
And have Ones in our.
when the white drew revolver we some Big
man
News It seems fair to state that the a B. Tilghman, wife and daughter ed according to law tax deed will Issue [Seal.] JO3EPH -
vote as recorded on Tuesday would and shot his assailant. Officer Ban ; of Salisbury Md., are in the city thereon on the 3rd day of February PRICK *

have been In about the same proportion ford arrived on the scene and arrested and are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. D., 1003.Witness Cleric Ct. Ct. of Putnam County} Fla. -

had all the 95 votes been cast. Nettles. J. Q. 'Tilghman. They will be here my official signature and seal de9td Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoe Departments. *

The result can therefore be taken asa -. ...a for some time. this the 27th day of December A. D., "

pretty accurate expression of the The Bond Burglary.The The association of turpentine operators 1001. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR .
sentiment the entire qualified free- who ['Seal JOSEPH PHICE, Tax Deed Under Section 8 of '
of'the are adjacent to Pal..tkaheld Chap.
holding population -the men who been store the scene S.of E.some Bond active Colas their monthly meeting at the Clerk Ct. Ct. of Putnam county, Florida. ter 4888, Laws of Florida. S.: E. BOND CO. ;

will bear the brunt of the burden. court house on Wednesday. Some that
Notice
thlevelng operations. A yonng fast Is hereby given
There seems to be no question but dozen or more
that something should be done for black named Joe Sampson, who operators. were pres NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB Edw. F. Clark jr., purchaser of -

Palatka. When a floe dog with formerly acted as porter In the store, ent.Mrs.. T.x Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter Tax Certificate No. 930, dated the A. E. WILSON GEO. E. WELCH T. B. MEBEILt,
Harp wife of Hon. J. H.
had a key made and for two monthsor .
scabs gets troublesome we accomplish has been and Harp of Crescent 4888, Laws of Florida. 5th day} of April A. D., 189, has PRESIDENT, VIOB PPBBIDENT. C* IlIJa.:
more entering taking awayon
the forward movement by attaching Wednesday. CltY'J'clsed Invalid Notice Is that Williams filed said certificate In my office and
hereby given
small quantities of good His last : an -
a tin can to his tall. This haul was larger-an armful of silks for the past two years. Mrs. &; Company purchaser of Tax Certificate has made application for tax deed to THE Putnam National! Bank'

city can scarcely be called a floe dog The[ last was noted by Mr. Courier Harp was the mother of Mrs. B. F. No. 628. dated the 3rd day of July, A. D.. issue in accordance with law. Said .

but It certainly has some scabs or the manager, and he has been wore Adams of this city, 1809, has filed said certificate In my I certificate embraces the following

other infallible ear marks of disease ried. The goods were finally tracedto Mr. L. K. Tucker, of Fruitland, office and has made application for tax described property situated in Put OfWe pmatka.
need It
which l
Is
a tonJnK to be
the result of Tuesday's up. electIon Sampson's boarding house, and passed through the city on Tuesday, deed to issue In accordance with law. nam County, Florida. to-wlt ;

hoped will the tin about $:\ioo( of the stolen property re- stopping over to attend the meeting Said certificate embraces the following W t of set of net, ei of' 'i of Bwi of /''
prove can application situated solicit the accounts of the people throughout Putnam County and tender AU.'
in Putnam
marks the beginning of a forward covered. But the thief got wind of of the school board of which he Is a described property ae. Section 36, Township 11, Range _
for the the fact that Chief Hagan was after member. He went to St. Augustineon County Florida to wit: 26 30 the courtesies and accommodations( consistent with good Banking.
movement municipality. him. and he skipped. It Is not yet the afternoon tfhln. S. E. X of B. W. 7.(. and N. E. J of N. acres.
_
Good men of course have been divided known what the full loss will be. andIt A wild E. 1. Section 23, Township 10, Range 26 Tbe said land being assessed at '
turkey weighing
on the now settled question. l43%poundswas 80 the date of the Issuance of such certificate '
Is doubtful if Mr. Courier has the acres.
They gathered in knots and on the street means of finding out. Mateo brought on Wednfindnv.in from the It wilds wan of a, o San>:nh- The said land being assessed at the In the name of Ceo E Holland Headquarters for ,

corners \Vednegdny recapitulated bIer and -Robert date of the Issuance of such certificate Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
': others were warm In tlievlolnitv was gobbled up by In the name of F. Q. Brown Tr. Unless to law tax deed
James who is to according ,
of the collar. Generally however serve the bird today FINE
LIQUORS
like sensible good men, those who Twelfth Night Party. for dinner at his restaurant.A said certificate shall be redeemed according will Issue thereon on the 24th day of -
to law tax deed will Issue thereon on ,
favored the measure and those who The hospitable home of Judge and gang of 26 convicts passed tbe 3rd day of February A. D., 1002. January, A. D., 1902. .
opposed it, will flow Mrs. F. H. Burton Palatka through Palatka Witness my official signature and
get together.; Heights; on Sunday en routeto Witness official signature and seal
,
Theirdifferences have largely been was the scene of a very pleasant ; Titusville. They came In under this tbe 27th my day of December A. D., seal this 18th day ot Doo. A. D. 1901. Such as the Famous Green River

over method and amount, buts one 110110.11"[ Monday evening, termed a strong guard from Ft. White, and 1001. [Seal.] JOSEPH PRICE

method and one amount have been Twelfth Night Party. were dumped aboard the steamer [Heal] JOSEPH PRICE Clerk Ct. Ct. of Putnam County Fla. Rye, a Whiskey Without a head ,

adopted with vigor and all that thereis Many young folks from the city City of Jacksonville on Its up trip. Clerk Ot. Ct. of Putnam County Florida. de9td"

of good in that method-should be were Invited, and under the chaperonage Mr. B. B. Wells, a former citizenof ache, Golden Wedding Jed Clayton
squeezed out.: of Mrs. Oeo. E. Welch left
; the county. but who has made his -
Here is what some of our leading here at 8:80 o'clock in commodious home in south Florida the past three NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR NOTICE of application for Tax Deed Lord Baltimore Rye, Paul Jones Private .-

cltliena have to say of the result: conveyances for the scene of festlvlit years bas finally determined that Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter under Section 8 ot Chapter 4888

Judge Vertrees.-I think It is a ; s. They were joined at the house Putnam is good enough for and 4888 Laws of Florida. Laws of Florida. Stock, &c. .3
hlml Notice Is hereby given that Williams
thing the town will regret more than by a merry assemblage of young people has moved back. His is at Notice is hereby given that Henry
any thing we have ever done in our who had already gathered and Satsurna. He In &; Company, purchaser of Tax CertificateNo.
lives. I am in :favor of sewerage. I icon all were enjoying themselves nesday.: was Palatka Wed- 384, dated the 4th day of June A. D. 3. Wilson purchaser of Tax Certificate Go to West End Saloon

am not in favor of appropriating half to the fullest extent. 1804, has Sled said certificate In may No 715, dated the 4th dayof ,

enough money to do the work and The evening was spent very plena- Perry Keener' the Lemon street office and has made application for tax July A. D. 1898 has filed said

this law does not give us more than antly with p.wtlmesol"arlous kinds. jeweler has moved Into his new ,deed to Issue in accordance with law. certificate In my office, and has made

half enough to do the work properly.I. The conundrum contest was/ one of quarters-the store formerly occupied : Said certificate embraces the following application for tax deed to l Issue in J. W. Hagan.
Fearnslde Co. Mr. Keener
M. Meyer-I am very much the most Interesting features and has by in and described property situated in Putnam accordance to law. Bald certificate -
pleased with time result.C. afforded much amusement. The first put new elegant fixtures county. Florida. to-wlt : embraces the following described
and the place as It now stands S E j. of N W J-4' Section 1, Township
Carman, jr.--Its the best thing prize was awarded to Miss Celeste) III a decided ornament to the street property situated It Putnam County. .
that ever happened to the place. rloUregor; of Palatka Heights, and 10, Range 26-40 acres. Florida -
and town. The said land being assessed at the ; to-wlt IN..t STATEMENT OT TBE OOMDIIIOIT
Tbos. H. Keating. think It l is Jesse 1) Buky, they being the high-
one of the best things we ever did. est guessers. The city council met on Tuesday. date of the issua ice of such certificatein of net Section 23, Township .-or TBSBAST I the Circuit Court, Fifth .Judicial _

Frank J. Fearnslde Is the best Refreshments were served abun- evening but did not canvass the the name of Jos. A. Reid. Uole s 11, Range 24-40 acres. ILOHIDA BAVINQa A TRUST CO. Circuit Putnam County

thing Palatka ever did. The city has dantly and, needless to say, were Bond vote owing to the fact that the said certificate shall bo redeemed according The said land being assessed at the or tALATKA. ynoamnA,- Florida _

redeemed lt elf. greatly enjoyed. opera house had an attraction that to 1 li w, tax: deed ..II, Issue thereon on date of tbe issuance of luch '"certifi On the list day of Deoambor A.D. 1901,afl re. Florence Hayward and Buss,, '

Tom Holcten.-I have only been a I Those present were Misses Alda would not keep and they knew the the 12th day of February A. D. 1003 cate In the name of P. C. Woodruff quired br its uharler approved Mar HI, Harvard Buauett and

resident of the cityproper about two and Leone Ennls Celeste McGregor, bond election canvass would. So Witness my official slgnatuie and seal Unless said certificate shall be re Loans and Dlaoount" KE8OUBOE8...................$ ,11189'1' her James O'ltonnoll Bennett, Action of Debt
I they called It a recess until Thursday this the 8th day ot January A. D. 1002. hub.nd -
months and could not vote, though I Carrie) Ureen' Kate and Edna Kirby deemed according to law tax deed I.oans on Mortrfavea.".. ............ 6n76.HO DimaKftaSKUJO. _
am a property holder; but I airi. sat Flora and Katie Mesdames. evening.The [sEan] JOSEPH PRICE. will Issue thereon on the 24th day of Ov0rUr tta-Bmiurail ft Unaeourod.... 7,647.63 I, Colllni B. )tbbart and! $ .
l Oed. I am willing to share. Goo, E. Welch and Burti.. Burt. present week is being observed Clerk Circuit. Court Putnam Co.. Florida Banking HOUSe rurnltura natures (Ucorffe ]: CoPart.nor. ,
my
pay January A. D. 1902. and bitter mt.i I Batnttt.............. 10,375.00 .Ia b rrlo: Urmnam
Martin Griffin.-I think it will temporarily Messrs. Walter Milliard A. M.Molver all over the country as the F.B.Bonds und olhor gmjurlllM ..... 87, do some good to the city. I J. D. Buky, Con. B. Marvin week of prayer. Evangelical oh urohs Witness my official signature and Smile or oilier llankaanUU.. B. Hutea..,, 1f,4".'") wall.It o
believe the bond trustees. are good Horace M. Weller Cornelius Car. in Palatka are holding union NOTICE OP' APPLICATION FOR seal this the 18th day of December Oold aud silver.................... 0.44J.7II appearing by affidavit filed In the above
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter unMka cud men and will see that the money is man, Jr., K.M. Burt and J. L. Burt. meetings. The meeting for to night 4888 Laws of Florida. A. D. ItfOl./ NlokMla' and PounlflS........... men stated UooiKel ouuaa>lnawall that the Culllna defondanta B. flutterS therein and.
properly expended. !will boa hard The evening's pleasures-were clos- will be at the Methodist church. fseal[ ] JOSEPH PRICE Due from otl.r Banks..ni banter. ,87,3lh4.7HInternal are ; of he Stale of Florid named
ship on the tax payers for a time, ed by burning large bonfires and Upping Friday it will be at the Presbyterian Notloe Is hereby given that Williams A; Clerk Ct. Ct. Putnam County, Fla R ... .. ............ 67.U. and Che aon..ld.n. B.Hubbard li a naIdentof .

but in the end It will result In good.; the light fantastic, after which church and on Saturdayevening at Co-, purchaser of Tax Certificate No. S16, de9tdIn Atlantic HiRblandaln tbAStataof New
dated the let day of June A. D., 1808 11.1 .lsrseyand tba defendant (tieorve Ulngwall
the bade their host the .
Itev. N. J. 1'tlghm"n.-Economy l Is party and hostess Baptist. LIABILITIES a rmlilent of the city ot Detroit In tIme Btal

admirable, but it Is not always pro good night and departed for home. Dr. Prank SfoRne, member of the has filed raid certificate my office and the Circuit Court Fifth Judicial Capital Stock. .<....... Michigan.and both are overtbe age of .. : 4

gress. The dobb will be something -a..'p legislature; was in town last week baa made application for tax deed to Issue Surplua ............ .......t.O.O, one jrean; 1C la therefore ordered that
In accordance with law. Said certificate Circuit Putnam County, Florida. Undivided I: '' ..: : 30,051.55iultvldtiIi : non-relilen defendant and all Other peraoua
of a burden but it will be worth all it for his regular monthly visit. The 'il' Interested be and are hereby required to ap
costs. It seems strange; that a man "Fr gjf eiits from Flowerland." doctor lives at 5M "l"ooBe, and his town embraces the following described Tn rinan-Ainfirtoaii Bank. Subject to Check.' "',1K4.M pear la said eauia Co said action on or before

owning $16.000 or $20,000 wortb of tax A neat little volume of poems with will have an election on the 21st property situated in Putnam County. a bo able property should not be able to the above title has just been issued Inst. for the purpose of ratifying an Florida, to wit: and doing biuinondunilur 1 Demand Corlllloatea... ... J.W7.4J 2.II.7 A.D. low,: : the
vote, but our property id all in the of act of Town Pt E. J of N.W.U.Blk 6, P 300 section antl by vlrtua of the Action el Debtless ation and :In attachment died In sold
from the the Palatka Newa. incorporation. ofllcers
1201.541.15
press oaura will
10 10 20 35 ol the BUM at Michi Damagessimm. oonteMvd. by said dc-
b
township acres. "
range .
firm name. The authoress Is Miss Alice Whitman will be voted for at the same eleo- .ooo..)..andAttachment 8TATB OF FLORIDA. )l fand.D -.
Dr. Ueo. E.Welch.-So far as I am a graduate of the Northfleld tion and should the vote decide, asIts The said land being assessed at the ..... In COUNTS 01 l'I''NoM.% f It la further. ordered that this order be pub-
date of the Issuance of such certificate in B. Habbard and aid thereof.Uaorue llHbnd once each week for
concerned I am well pleasedjuUhthe (Mass.) !Seminary, and at present a i probably will on incorporating.Dr. Colllna IMnftwall, Co-Part We, 1.8.Drill,Treasurer,and W.S.DUlrlatt Weekly Advertl er, a three mouths .the
George vi
the ot Wm. Hampton. Unless published
nnwipaper
result. It will make times prosperous primary teacher in the Crescent City McKae will be its first mayor. name mere in bunlneiM under mite georetarv of ald Company, do II.mnl boat. or 011 oouuty and atat*. .
for a while If not permanent.C. school. Miss Whitman baa dedicate lie has been nominated by the cltl- said certificate shall be redeemed according firm nama of UubbartlUlngwHI. ... our thai knowledge tbeabovealatument and belief.I. la. true '.. l.a la funthorgissa in the above etvled
law deed will Issue cause that suit
E. Ilowton. am satisfied. I ed her little book to Mrs. Oeorge E. lens for the office and la the only to tax .B. Treasurer, attachment therein baa been oommenoed br
and that the writ I of attachment
thereon tha 12tb uf A. II affidavit filed In the above ORILL
on day *ebruary. appearing br
_...__S S Welch. "whose- kind encourage audidate.FLOKA1IO3IE. D. iooa. staled oauaa that Uolllna B. Hublmrd and' W. 8. BUWETT&.rt. 1..01 therein hw ..1.1.0 br tile.ball
ment." as she "has to the defnndanM. therein ATTISTi B.8.Crlll W. ; Tenner. on defendant property
says helped Dlugwall named 0" t
County Commissioners.'! >rlno it Into existence." -.. ... w Witness my official signature and seal l are non-nwlttonte, of tlie tfute of Florida, Sworn to and aubeorlbed. ma this Sad Thin.Hb day of OotoDer.lMI. 1 _
The regular monthly meeting of LETTEIt.New this the 8th day of January A. D. ItWJ. and too defendant Unlllna B.Hubbard l I. a reetdent dar of January. A.D. 1U01.BSAL b.rr DAVIS(J8enl)*. JOSEPH razor
Tha editor of the News Is not an of AtlantloIZluhlantb) to' lbs State of BILBUBN Clerk Circuit Court. _
the board of county commissionerswas authority on poetry but he enjoys (Seal JOSEPH PRICE New Jener,and the :defendant lounge l>lng> [ ] HENBT U\lorl.l. Bollcltora for Uomnialnant.. oolO Urn _
held at the court house on Tuesday. reading It, perhaps, !better than the Year's day was duly celebrated Clerk Circuit Court, Putnam Co Florida.. wall la a realileot of tba 0)17) of .Detroit In meHtateof notary Public I state
( MIoblKan,and both are over 'h..g ot
President. Willard occupied average man. A good poem one that as a holiday throughout the twenty-one yean; It In, therefore.ordered that 1
the chair and a full board was. pres bas reason as well as rhythm one colony, although It seems to be the NOTICE APPLICATION FOR .,Ii non-realdent defendant* and allother ueraona .
ent. that does not tangle his Intellect Into custom among the Southerners inthis Tax Deed Under Section. 8 ot Chapter interented be and are hereby required to.ppe.r We Make FineCoeo'ions it
In laid oauee to Mid aollun/ on or before comes
k The pauper list wa' gone over and lard knots, has a soothing effect; neighborhood to pay no attention 4888 Laws of Florida.. .
Of
'. warrants ordered drawn on the treasurer and that is a good deal to say for a to the observance of the MONDAYTHE 'l' FEBRUARY
day. Notice i is hereby given that W. C A
of
A. D.18Motherwl lea allegation doal.ra.tlon -
for the amount of Individual
man whose early education In the A ball game was scheduled for Townsend purchaser of Tax Certificate and ailldavlta. attachment iliad la said

stipends. Bills'were' .also all ordered poetical> line was warped by having Jan. 1st, but when the forces assembled No. 7.1. dated the 3rd day of July A. D., oauiM. will. be taken aaouiifeaiwil by said defendauta. everyone gppJd; ,
t paid. to; read Hiawatha before he waa old the married
men failed to 1809.: baa filed said certificate In office
pre- my It la further ordered that this order be pnbUnhed TAi
Bullard it
Tax wants
assessor appeared before enough to sprout whiskers.A sent enough candidates to make the and nas made application for tax deedto ones each week. for three montba In the more. ;

the board with the governor'Bolrcular great many people who write original plans possible sosldes were issue In accordance! with law. Bald Weekly Advertiser,.a. newspaper pubUabed la Our Chocolates and Bon Bons Idea that we oaR Plea l .
letter of Instructions said and stat
regarding poetry have wheels in their heads chosen and as much fun was got- certificate embraces the following described county "' : fl.
in above
further the
la
Notice given styled "
the future assessment of real andpenoonalpropert.y. and all of them are morn or less given tell out of the score, 28 to 20, as was property situated In Putnam oauiie that cult therein baa bean oommenoeu, : by are always Fresh ,and Pure. at the same time i.0.' .\ "; _
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This circular' Is to seeing things. The cogs in possible.A. County. Florida to wit: attachment and thai .the writ 1 ol attachment 1 ; :
published on our first Mr. Head issued therein has been leTlod by th.aherlfl. oadnfendanta' your exchequer. %, a",
page. Miss Whitman's -If she has P. Roberta is bullying a blacksmith E. 87 A. of N. W. V section 32, town. _
Billiard wanted to know what the ny-do not showthemselves In her shop and will soon be ready ship 11. range 85-67 acres. This Dth day :;&tbor.; 1Sf\ 1. -Ice Cream Ice Sodaand To lupply { 1 f -

S 4. commissioners thought about it. poetry; and,If she lIeM.things they for trade. Mr. :Roberts hrino n. Said land being assessed at the dateof (Seal) JOSEPH PRICE Cre4 ; $
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The matter was dismissed some andI DAVIS 4. HILBUEN, Clerk. Circa) (Jonrl.Solloilon .
ar. mostly just such things as the twenty yearsreputatio of ftntCllIoII8abll1tY1 f
the Issuance of such certificate In the
fur Uomp al"..... onto emStockholders'
the board Informed the assessor that rest of us see every day but fall to and the establishment
of his Wholesome
Unless
of Kouuler Bros. said
name certificate Edibles '
there was. nothing for him to do but notice unless some one.calls our at- Is a long felt want In the shall be redeemed according to Hot and Cold Drinks r u'
follow the governor's Instructions. tention to them.* Miss Whitman I ,
.
community. deed will Meeting.Notice .
law. tax Issus thereon on .the ___
The chairman of the board was authorised does this and does It .
nicely. A. Baldwin, who already has 65 FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. -
D. 1002
13th day ot February A. at moderate
to have the governor's letter She has a pretty vivid Imagination.She acres of fruit'and nut trees is having is hereby given that the ; cod Is our ambition In
t to the tax-assessor published so that couldn't be If she hadn't. Witness my official signature and seal The! Children are welcome ( they always fife. filled ; ((1. _________
a poet tbe company prepare ground for 16 this the 8th day of January A. D. 1902. annual meeting; of the Stockholders The store Is literally witb'goodl .,,_
; tax-payers will not put the blame of But she never allows it to reach out acres of pecans, planted solid. [Seal] JOSEPH PRICE of the Wilson Cypress Company of seem to enjoy It .'el\\

any Increased assessment of their like the Bedowln lover who measured A. portion of the park just north of Clerk Circuit Court Putnam Co.. Florida. Palatka Fla.. for the year 1U02, will Fine Cigars and Tobaccos.LA8M1TH5 things, ,Ir ''-' ..!.f _
fl property upon the 'shoulders of the the life of his passion" by a pole the railroad will be fenced in neatly be held at time office of the Company '

assessor who has.. slna enough of his which reached out to the time for the purpose of enclosing a rose in Palatks, Fla., at 10 o'clock a. m. GOOD' TEA 5114 '.COFfEE. ,; >( \* 'f.
Stookhold .
own to tote, without loading up with "When the sun grows cold garden,roses for which are here and Meeting. oa Wednesday, February 6tli. 1002. "J..ht' _

those which belong solely to the gov And the stars grow old are being carefully nurtured by different -, The annual meeting of the Shareholders for the election of Directors and .GObp : <
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-, DtTEn. ,
: ernor. And the leaves' of the __
Judgment ladles in the colony. of the Putnam National uch other business as may com tt .--: OUTHBBKACH I,
I Mr. Bollard will now simplybs book unfold." Notice has been received from the before the meeting.F. ",. Ocean *-- T.. FlorIda, Finest ol <''d, ,\
Bank of Palatka Florida will be uwutiVf HAM BACO .
obliged to make a general assessment The News bell.ves .that Southern .WIT.SON Sec. (opponlw ln..I.Opn )- .) .Jw'\.1 ,
A :
any manor Georgia Florida R. R. H. t
held Tuesday 14 1902 at !Ihe : ,
January ,
'S upon the ternia laid down In woman who has inusto in their that the home-seeker' rate ot one their banking rooms in the city' of Palalka Fla., Jan. 2, llJ02. td. a year. RM.0..8( per day. We d e U t:'( ..',<.h.;
the law as Interpreted at Tallahassee.A CHAS. .},&
soul will their worth KUPPKRBUSCH Prop'rvEMOPEAN
get money's fare plus 13.0O: for the round trip will Palatka, between the boars of 10 .
... several times over by going to their be obtainable during and 4 61 the "
January a. m. and 4 p.m., for the election of City\ : l 'i, ..}
old
: : Dig DusIaies.S bookseller and planking down GO February or first and third Tues- directors for the ensuing" year.' The settlers association of De- t-t-.Z' : ,
OAllt for a copy of "Fragments frontFiowerland day. Land held dinner New RESTADHIHT. 'S,
T. B. MIBBII.I: a big on : .
"We fuel quits, well satisfied with ,''' As the title A ,\ !; '
Implies, meeting of colonists held
was '
on
December #, I'c
19th. lOOt. Cashier Year'H and members
our 11101 business". said Mr. I, M. many of these "fragment had" their :Monday night at which plans were day congratulated Furnished Roooms, L C ,/ ,

Meyer the clothing" and shoe merchant origin In Florida whose woodlands decided upon for building a road between The addition of 466 new rooms to one another that they were stillon t'.t IcKirb5a I, J

to the News. "Our sal. for and rivers and sunny skies and Grandin and Florahome. The the Hotel Royal Poinaiana, at Palm earth where moth 'and rust corrupt Hot and Cold Paths, at -- '' r ,'.

the year were over $30.000, ant sales right hned birds. of song should da. route will bo from Florahome west Beach makes that hostelry the largest and where mince pie and bull : I ': .. ,
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to that amount by one retail establishment yelof more genuine to the the first L3E .AMEe' I. \1'' "
poetry oft forty-line: south of the hotel In. the United States a distinction \tt
served instead
beet U of.. the real .
indicate that there ".some quare sore than aDr'; land the sun railroad, tbtnoealoupr f.hosouth bank formerly claimed by' the (A"rkh..upprb..1)) ) ..' -' "-. ,, ." ', ,
'
Jlfwln the business of Palatka y e"" shines.on./* 4." oLth.Eton&lateral of the canal,and W Morf.Astoria,New York., thing angel food, (, .ALT ,", r 4WIAW4h ,: \' -'" 5'' .. : :

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N'' ., J j ): THE CRESCENT CITY NEWS. GROVEJALL. We Would GooS: Like':ads.la Your.



u For exoollonoe' location this popular Bnto
vr' : (*)Ij; 1 1 Is nnoxoollod. Krum 1U broad Terandubimnitnlfloent

; Crescent Mrs. J. Horlo and Mrs. Hertert bad In aU 41..tloll"It .
i
; City As) From! the Dead. WI LAJA. vl ware
J, M. WIlIlaniH order, receive U we have concluded not offer any bait othor than a
and
i little daughter, of overlook beautiful. Crescent Lake on one t t
.
1' la one olth.moat beautiful catlnna In VlorIda. News haa ronio from Elmer K.; '
44// I} Tba town I lulu the mintlutrtHfom, purl' ofrutnainooutiiyi Attloboro MUHS., arrived last week Smith. Mrs 1 J. (Smith his. mother Editor Palutka News! Me and ohannlnii lake Stolla. on the otter strictly pure line of edibles at a modest advance above cost. We have an Idea
'.' t. :9 8 mile* from 1'nlittkn' ::, .and. I IBraaohod and are stoppiiifr at lrove Hall. Mrs. has received word fcom him and to, Noticing a change of editors and It I" aqulot homelike plnoe, alwwell.

__________ l .,' ;:.),' t t. otmtCUy' 'by Una' attbnr I on 'high: uinmor ground. ,ir whit railroad.!), rim> (tnicii
4 ,," fully from 'the wotu "bank or (Li.HCftit, Liikn. a paint store in Beaumont Texas. ,. and my duty to congratulate you on your this charming city
..tj1' b."urul.b".1 of ulvar, w"IOI'IS iiilln,* lit lu.ijfllind avenue and. Summit street, now oo- that he is anxious to have her, enterprise. I have heard n similar HUNTING incHING' BIOYCLIKtl.MAUMiriCKNT ( merit. That' 1 the kind wo keep. We pay the highest pdoe for EGGS and
_ _ _. 'J' from. three lo doe iiillns, lu wl.I<1I. Tha rupled by Air.and Mrs. A. U. Torrey. join others.. Tha -- &
,, J ;,i.liuio In wi.ll laid. out lu "town And itrova loin, him there as .soon 1141 poHslhle.Kluier expression from many OOtTNTBt give[ us a trial order for Wo
PBODUCE.
J'i.I. : :: i OOl.F LINKS Suppose( you
ijI ; the: forinoroonntUiitliiU, : : n p trtloti of tho tow,, Frank Haddock Lowe Is his name K. Builtli l left Crescent City we will now have a fearless and ably :! : GROCERIES
'I I,'". '". bus aIz: blcKkH In wt'Tih l>lntf t utwoeii. two and he makerf his In conducted Is assured. Mr. Two blooka, from the bol.l. Una of Lli'l".. tree
home with the
his of 181W.) His paper and at the
spring goods.
l pa- objective at the price you
f have an Idoa will not grumble oaI'b
J lnko
lakiw lakeOrnnnontoii' the iiutnu< Hiallaon I
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tjI .a ) ," tha:: wont. aim: Invol: of liiko' Htolla In id faeiUighBr rents at Huxley, 0..... lie weighed; point was Little Rook, Arkansas. KiiHBell U well-known in this county; to UoUil' gituHto. )01
t ; ':' than tlmt of It.koJooo, ,,' 'thus,, aiTorOing eight pounds' cu his arrival l, Thursday At the time of his depurture' he had I and I have wondered why be remained Boimou llllOno| Novombor l lot.
M I-; ,* ,' I'' portent dralnnffti' Tho I wiitorof' lake am.in and contented in the possesslo EVery!: room hiw boon occupied during the
2 and with MILLER
: : :: ,: : : January brought joy arranged his muther that as J. W.
mid 1 1. kiiitt .
; bets lie noiiruBlu ti pilnHH ) absolutely.pure
,,
who dwilto
mid those nooomnuMliillon
\ T ,|} IncruHMi'd for New ha could l settled, she of a small sized( ( as he has the pIlOt I so .nnl
_ _ ', p by th. tow," .authoilUua wbo havoiitado, '' Itnilmi prospects H happy soon tot < got was, ,
;.o "_ .,,m(.aiii.r to In any way ounuuntnnt. ItT Year into the home of Mr. and Mrs.. to; Join, htm. In the meantime she ability to push a good paper to the for the coming noaon aliouldoxldrnwH
,. _...--.. Tha Plant By uim' HllwrfT touohoa,. thu wot front. While Crescent will to tbe proprlntor -
If. City CITY.
p ...-........ bank of lako HtttUii two miles from th. town UoorKo!\ Lowe, nee Miss MI rglle- wan to go to a daughter hi oulsvllle CRESCENT
.I ". y. and.a little ateamor oonvoys piinnonKfira, 'Andfrullfht (cite Brown. In April following hersonn. departurefor .Boino extent bo the loser, Palatka,
) '. r' '. .f t $ ) to and from. tha IOWU aud Ureacuitt (City; Little Kock. Boon lifter lf..r arrival and Putnam county in general will -- --.- ---- .
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\:,; "' : Jtnctiont; the I railway" ntntlou.Tho Mr. O. J. MrO-rncly left for Jacksonville in Louisville she had a 'letter be the gRiller.EXpltIlMlon William.G. Norton
'U. :t trip by atoumar trotn Palntkn or Jnokaon last Monday, at which place Is .
from Elmer that Is about the size It Surprising _
,
that
stating he had been ; .
.. ;, g ..1Il.tto OliO ut thtt moMt. dillKbtful witter, rldtmin be to In
J' tba whole country and the expects engage| | plumbing unsuccessful his efforts to obtain of It. While I have nob had the
4_ I \ ,',? ; takes thin trip ta held; ,. ..,..:..J'I[ UOnlBb > work with a view to perfecting! himself profitable/ employment in Arkansas pleasure of a. personal acquaintance Fla. The amount of First-IMf
Crescent
:4... L ,At a i.oiiit, nine. in 11 us tooth of 1'ulHikii. In 1 that trade lie bus given up and would not remain. A month of Mr. Vickers I have heard him City,
or
the lenten the Bt Juhu Nod tiiitur
stoamer
t :>'i' '. k Deep river| ( a nutier. narrow but, U,rtuoiiMstream |bill! contemplntVd: saloon enterprlHO !more later. another letter came, this very highly spoken of as a bright Hats Shoes Shirts Collars and Cuffs HectKies Suits
'M "11.. Unud on either aide by a tlilrk, growth In St. John's county owing to the opposition time from New Orleans. lIe WitH newspaper man. Here is a hoplnj TItle'' Mill Iorio"' Caps, ,
.4, < ] of oypraHe) aol,did palmetto. '''' 'torontnrliuuvAl. ot the Bond Lumber coin- and C CRESCENT iioioin now gnd..r'tllo
Rt ill unsettled. efforts Ullli'
Since crown
the date of the success may your .
J The rlvor M uuivca am Mharp and "' ''"11/11110..t oMm. Sold I
n to havlnp saloon DRESS GOODS Etc.
'. ,fTjquent and tbor IM uov.r A long ..M..uh ulwater plln.y their a liquor so. New Orleans letter, In the summer that before the "id of 1U02\ ( the Palatka 1 O. Cook .and MIss E. O. WHICH, both oChnutancimt by
extensive mill
lu night. Aftur nlnu .,HUB <>t trawl near operations.Mrs. ( of 1KIW< Mm. Smith has not hud News will have the largest
,. ,, a N. Y., whore they have ..Bnnmnyyounoftxparlonoeln
.t through thin Htruam the HUtiunor" tHiuo-tcus, lift' '
r the broad. .and. btmijurul. Laky Croauout. A run J. L. Overstreet writes. to word, from her absent sun.Ib circulation of any paper in the stat tutoring. 10 tile C. L. CHAMBERLIN

,( -4 Of an hour and. A half lands tha p>atniuu.tnr, HIOruananl lends here Unit. she expects to come seemed., strange, for Klnier And now, good by, Friend Wattle com for I of vlHllora to the celebrated. Luke

._ _ ? ,S.,., (City Tho; ,boat the lutivuH aUtainor Jiickminvllln' wmlhonimoBllaudluff. attla.m. to Cinscont City as soon as she. call Smith besides being a young; man r will lIlies your hearty hand slink' Chiiut4tuiiia" | AMNombly., ,

'. voty 'iuuaduy., ihurwlay/ flint ...".......Io.y. tllspone of the matters now pending of exemplary habits, wits particularly and pleasant smile HO willingly extended Tho bnim ha* boon. thoroughly I renovated Crescent City.The .
4 r falatka At J ,.. in the *,ain', days. Returning, for settlement In her lute husband's devoted to his mother.. They two whenever [In town. It Wlla horns to
and will ainird a meet pleiuuint
the boat.....,. Croscont OILy on Monday< Wed pHtnte. There IH much In stock to hud lived. together for Yank and Rob with us, and we hop .
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many ye"rll.nnd winter vldltom.. Tho table In supplied. wit reason lies In the fact that he carries a line of up to-date kind
nutttlay' and Friday at T at *
.R luitknt:: 10 a. ra. and t'JkfII'::; .:: ivt t w be disposed of, but she hopes. to he his devotion to his mother was you have retired. on a young fortune( Ibo bout the rnnrUot nllhr i; p. fliNO? portion took tbu Ht.niinr, Cro here early In "'ebu8r '. She will bonrcoinpanled frequently' commented on. He was and may enjoy your future days 1 III known people V
ceat. tor creauonk or.;; wtihuut I axi.>url'nclu i by her pnients and possibly one of the. most popular young men pence. I am going to find you someday on IIplIII..tlOII.Lonud's Hamilton-Brown Shoes and Shield Brand Hat are guaranteed, .8 also ara

1,, new tbi little ae.isatloutt city nmkvs uf pluaHure nuy man and, or a wonmn short top a lift HI other. filotids. In Crescent City. and we will shake anyway.As Monarch Sweet Otr A Co's. Shirts, and Corlls and Coca Collars at a for 85 oenta.

'.2. lung lovorol the pliuiu. After remaining! In Louisville for for Welaka, we.cnnnot complain -
( e ,'"- ,>i;". In ,the town propor: are come o[ the m...( There wan a delightful dancing'' the better part of two years. without of times, or the season. Our Drug Store Our Neckties are from an Exclusive Tie House.
I beautiful, .. lield nt Chamburlln's
_t ,. to bo louiid III tile chile and imrty last Christina
hearing from her ,absent Mrs. line
stores a ,
son enjoyed<
,
:r .t tbu pooplt' are nnlturwd. and i..roitmrouii.Ibwre Krldnv. evening the
.1 i' : V la gHtd .subool, I two 0111.111.0-101.1.. > fii honor of!\Miss same being and glv- Smith returned to t hlx city where she trades. The Drug Store, was a ver PHA MHFT I1PC ,. the plane t buy M1 klDd8 ot Meroitandiee.UIUIULUiLIJUI .
t n Redfern Mr.
{, VAV.4. JL pal: : and:: Prosbyuirlauand; two ifm>d U>to.n. has since resided\ ( with bAr daughter table Ranta Cluus.. Teams were 1 III Crescent City, D We give what for.
V&V fat iMWidaa pluaeant private plauev wtiero bunni Charles HutclilnHon. Miss KmlfernU you you pay
V Mrs.\ 0. J. Mcdrady. She chtl not from all parts. of the country,. going
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V can be obtulued. )K,.Ud and boarding IIOUHWprlo i Is
a cliiirinlng lady who
tr V, ... are moderate '1'bo poopln I IIHVO IH'O- here younp speak frequently of 1<;Elmer back with good( supplies. and extras Offers visitors and citizens a -- -
LV V vldml well.k.'pt golf lInks for tlid ttutartHlnmcntof from (South Carolina on a visit but to Intimate friends was known t to till both socks and stockings. ; nil
! ,I ,* tWine who ilk: ,, this umitsumnut.UroBtiout : to her cousins. Mr. and Mrs. A. 11.Applc'hy. she line of
that him dead. and In fine Complete
-i V was mourning an were cheerful, spirits i TORREY'S
SHOE-BRIT
V V V City has more oraitttu'' urovo titanany Mr.\ Ilutchlnsnn an
,,a, ',ther t<*wu lu the oounty. uniiiga outturn old He wits not the son to neglect his not n. row or a drunk reported ant< '
:;I"" V : V Vt d.h' Lu .he lua' ILug ououputlou:: : of the' piu' >pl .ntid thus CroMoent City boy is being made 'mother, It, was! said Others were this Is .speaking well for a small
h. .tt V quality of this fruit biui long, boon ruirHidod at,* much of by his former friends, who 'IotA to give hope and / of almost filled. with laborers Toilet Articles: Announces Special Sale of
u,, V 4V* V auperlor to that growu I lu any fitlitir, suutlttn of hope to make his 20 day's vacation up wlult many place cypress a
hV the..tau.. AliuoMt every eltlaou of the plitou his old friends did they couldto nb times. Our little burg has
_, .V V 4 ',": hoe a well-kepbgrovu, ninny ot whlih ocmpytbe from the wilds of Cuba a memorable cheer tho sorrowing mother. They been putting on some military aIrs. Men's' 3.OO Shoes ett. S.'T'S.
grove lots' of HitIncorporation, *hliuotInuV time for ,ioasure.Mr. And Druggist SundriesAt
,
_ J V V had nothing to pin their faith to but Herbert Bryant from Stetson unlver
V V V extend Into tho country', buuk. 'iua nut rah an u* These are Stylish Well-made and the best Wearersto
V ;.V V, V of Uruvoonl City are live moo and; limy: chow I F. S. Cone will re-engnge in a faint hope. Now they "are happy city, and H. 1<;. Waldron from East goods

t. V h4 tV ,'.V .. Blocks of goods which would do cn.dlt lu many the orange tree nursery business and are saying, "Didn't I tell you "'I.... Seminary were: home for the Moderate Prices.The be had for the money. ,

_ V" ., t'V of cheaper.the larger tbau aliuoMt cities of huh thu other.....town.. Living in tbulate. this time being.!\ associated with Mr. so?" The now happy mother Is not holiday vacation and felt proud 1 In large part of our stock We are headquarters for Ladles' and Children*' Fine Shoes also. Ladies see

.\ V ." L. H. Turner, of Denver, as a working the only one who has been made joyous their uniforms. It almost mode one Is of recent arrival. ,
t_ V '1'he ntroota.are lined with Blind" troea anl.,. partner.' The nursery will occupy by the news from Beaumont. Hunk back to the early hoe, only V our Dainty Rubber Footholds for Damp Ws.the.

-41 V V the HaUte live oust, and broad. ahull walks. the whole of block UU\ on Summit 1st.; Mrs Smith will probably not join these boys don't have Johnny
any
liild .
Oil the &
V ) V la maay prlnulpai lrooUolI.7 ..siruotB liltiyula pathslead nnd already one-third this space Is her son until spring but her her.rt Is bullets to dodge. We have lately bean appointed Agent A. B. TORREY CRESCENT

:. V J net'out in pretty rows of young!\ trees. lighter lor she knows' he in still In the Miss Mary Bryant is home from for the American Bicycle Company, and
V =: -= =-' t V =-,_ = -== If mind Is wheels not wheel in CITY.
land of your on (
1 V V Mr. Cone is well-known In this jiec- the living and that there Is nearly a yours. outing, mostly about
.
_ t,, V """' ""' .. tion us, !! a successful nurseryman and Joy in store for them botlmV New York City, looking the pictureof your head. mind you) come and lot us

47.V $ $ Mr. Turner also has had a large expel ... health. show you what we can do for you.

V Personal and Social. 'lence. They will undoubtedly POMONA.Mlsn During the December cold spell,

_ 1 1V make a big success of this present when the mercury touched 20<:> Cap ARE
JOHN VINCENT D. G. B.
ANY
venture. Swift whoso glove Is protected by a ,
1)or'Vebb/ went back to Pa. board enclosure kept the mercury
Mr. Henry IIutchhiHOii[ visited hisV' .. Charles Hutchinson, eldest son of ,
latka Monday to resume her school. about At the time HAIR (CUTTINU; IN APPROVED STYLES
.;.. home for a few hours last Sunday5 :Mr. Henry. Hutchinson In home from SB degrees. same
,
I V Cuba. for a vacation which Is to last Mr. 'V. I>. Middleton has moved trees.. not sheltered were not Injured. rim.DRCN'S: WORK A HPECIALTY.Thenhop YOU 2:1 HEAD

_ V Mr. J. A. Iceutiour made A good until the aitli. He went to Porto his family back to Georgia Ills sons, There Is not a vacant house i In tin* recently bncn equipped With

sized shipment of tango flues on"Monday Itloo in the summer of litoo and after W. S. and B. C. Mlddluton. having town, but there Is a demand for A now nnd tnodurn. chair and other oorornrta.

: :'& V V spending the winter on that Islandin bought Mr. 1Illddleton'II shnre in the "houses. There is plenty of work At M)' ruKoraaro. kept In condition; only usa,. DEAF ? NOISES
I for all. These fact towels eve used .tiiiil. cuHlomen, .. ?
.. VV V Mr. 'rholl. Hlncliclltfhnabenn .shipping charge of the fruit packing houseof turpentine camp, and will remain good wages are are gu raDto f
,
well-known here. 'J'he town their leavIng which speak well for Wnlaka. perfect natlHfuclton.,
: a considerable number of oranges a Boston firm {Joinedhis regrets -, s..
during the pant; week. uncle, Goldsmith< H. Williams. very much. F, C. Waldron. CASE OF
_ _;JyV V at Sagua de Tanauio" Cuba, where ...- .... .... .... .....a. ...................... DEAFNESSALL V
1 Mrs. A. D.: \\Voolnian 111\ re-model lie. la employed as assistant Miss. Cprrle Greene, after spending HARD HEARINC
V t nuyuinnt- two weeks with Mrs. U. H. \ MEDICINAL HELPS.Chi.pp
Smith, .
he old News. office on Summit tstruot I Imt
V er. and cashier of the Cuba Fruit Co., returned Budded Pecan Trees
to
y' w and occupy it as a residence. one of the largest tropical fruit grow Palatka Friday. ..,l tmmla.. cracked" ttpa .and, romghnna II I ARE NOW CURABLE

k' 1{, -1* V It is. stated that Mr. J. C. GrimeV ing companies in the world." Mrs. C. I. Rogers arrived Saturday of the the m skIn)Hf II..II"S cured i l quickly oIntment. br BANNER la the SALVE worldLouuila ,. Orange Trees Ih> by our new Invention, Only those bout deaf are incurable.

leyTs.l Ht large shipment of tangerines from Brooklyn, N. Y., accompauledby Drug Btoro.Tbfl .
V Mr. Allen B. Maul former Crescent
V VurV VV netted him f...&0 per box. City boy, but now, a residing in- her two children. fragile, belie and the growing cbltd V < by WHITE CltKAM: VERMFUOS. :
V Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Appleby] Baltimore Md., In home for a brief Mrs. Ward of Welukals. visiting at :. It tle troy worm, gela UlKeRtlim .1 > P. /WERMAN, O. BALTIMoRE SAYI

V are entertalninfr their cousin, Miss \lnlt. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. Morrison's! for a few days.. work, ttnil*o rubiiililB 'tba bo _ V V Vj of Bouth Carolina. L,. Maull.[ AlleaMaull Is well WakefleM Lou nil*' Drug Htor.. > Cnllrmn,-BcinK entirety cured of dnfnm tlitnkl t your iI.U.DI, I will 3 give Ten
Redfern Mr. Homer ,] foil
_ V has a ofniyc.M. te lined
to
gone IF BANEH sALvE! ,"REIGHT PRPAlDVThere hl.'or >t your ; known in Putnam
Vi Capfc. J. \V. Miller has been making county. lie wits back to Palatka. dnM'icure your pilot. your money will be re- t Ab.1,, I. ,.... ego MIT right. Mr organ to."'.. and this kept on getting wnnx, until I led
of
lIne the publishers of the Crescent my "
turned It I. a moat botUlQtf medloliiLouu U ISsney U fruit nillur' l the herl"lln 1lo.a 1.1'
S u V V V V some heavy shipmenU of oranges City Ua/ette: the first paper printed The young people held a plonlo at I or .. .,...,. .catnrrh for three month, without linv MioceM,consulted.a num.

: and grap rule during the past week. hole, and which cut HOIIIQ frozen Sulphur Springs New Year's D y. Whnsnnvar baa BiiiTared from |lilies, know *. tree; upon spplicstl.m.... > b. >phy.kl.| .IIIOIIK could help Mliera mo, the and moat even,..1In..1, ,only ear. .pl.llo. of, that this. city the Iiea4 who nolm lold me would Hint

Mrs. J. O. GrlmHley entertained water. way back la the early mi's. Mr. Arnold Harmon left hnwpuinfuicni troubleHnmo. they are. TAIl.LEulimBuokAkS GOOD 'Tll 65. LOW PRIC s. then but Hi*hearing .11 Hie affected ear would,: he IOM forever.
Thursday
; : PILE >1 '
OlMMLNT IB I h
guaran saw auvertuiemeat j .
% 'Vt VV the ladies of the KniHComil; chuixih He was later foreman of the Palatka to resume his studies at Winter. taM 1 tocur|jli<>.. 1'rlDft no conta In bott.eaTubea,70ooau. et/rnna mowtn" co.f4nr. tnent I had your used It only a few accldenially dnya according lu I a New to your York direction paper,; and the ordered nolawceaaed pour treat and

V 44 V guild at a four o'clock tea last Al outlay Herald when that paper was In the Park. IXHInils', Drugstore. 1' O. tuitio.Peach J.III. 'Io.NOTICE Jo-dav. alter. five week, rep b..II.In the diea_ear haa beau entirely'realored. I tliank you
hands of the Pratt family, and did Ton, should, know that. FOLEY'9 HONEY Alt!) heartily. and beg to remain Very truly your' *.
l' V V the Newspaper Union business now Mr. Lee V.". Smith, Jr., went back TAR I. .AbBolutnly" this boat for all Ul eiwt. or --V.W e'V 5ww V. X. WKRMAN, 735 I. Broadway. Baltimore, Md.
V Mrs.' O. S. Gowen and daughter to Jacksonville the Hi rout nud.unga. Denlnm are authorlcei! Our treatment does not )
.t operated by K.; O. Painter, of Des Thursday after to .ffimrnntao: : it to give :Mi.UMtaillou LouoUn Intell.. your usual
V V Miss' Louise, terminated a very plefm-. Land. Mr. Maull bus boeh In Baltimore spending a week with his parents. Drug Stare.The OF APPLICATION FOR EsimnatInusi4 otupCan'
V ant visit to friends in Crescent YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME ::
I_ .V V City for the past eight!\ years, wherehe Miss[, Palsy and Delia Mlddleton proportion. of BALr.AnO'1i) SNOW Lilt. Tax Deed Under Section 8 ot Chapter .rIDa
,, VV lasb Friday. holds a responsible position on M tNT" POBMCHB a range ot ,nnafuiiioim groatathan INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC 596 SALLE CHICAGO ILL.
will AYEM
leave for their
Georgia home .. ,
allY other remihlv. A du aalilt.m n itelu 4888 Law of Florila.( L ,
; V. V V Vt V Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Mncdon&ld( ( of one of I the leading dallies.Cuiiilnar Tuesday mornlmr. Their man every household, especially, where there are

V Paterson' N. J. are expected at Urbve' -... friends-wish them a pleasant time Iii children. that It la not ,",....I..d. Price. >UA and Notice la. hereby given that Williams --- -- ----- ------ -- -
V AOotmt*. Iiuuuda, Drugstore. A Company. purchaser. of Tax Cert Id-
Vht0Vl Hall thin week to remain until the! their new home.
V V ; V 'Vonm,, Club Convention. FOR PNEUMONIA. cats Mo. 493 dated the 4th day of July V
'V f' .:.>oIII.! [.'o close of th4l.eeason.t Miss Mamie Morrison will not continue Dr O.J. ntflhnp.: Annew., Mtnh' nayai, **I have A. D., 1894. lute med said certificate In

4 a. s t uI.V5u ,..: Eev..O.. H. Ward held service; at The her school at Weluka for two Ubnd FOLRV of HONEY AND FAR In three very my office, and baa made application for
_ : V annual convention of the State pneumonIa' with good result
V S V f' \Velaka lust Sunday the weeks account of several. of : .o'r: ;::: : *
; ( : morning, 011 cases In .. Uawaraof nubaUtutea. Lounds tax; deed to Issue In accordance with luw.
V npeclal occasion being the annual! Federation of Woman's clubs is to beheld scarlet fever there. V Drug stare.V laid certificate embraces the following

: f : .P' 'visit of Bishop Weed. In Crescent City on Wednesdayand School commenced Monday morn- thrown Many: :luto a bright sodnewn I and and:happy sorrow hoaehold beoauita'ha*ot bean the described property situated. In Putnam

: Pierre Gautler came home Saturday Thursday, January 2Uth and ing after two weeks vnuatlun. The d..lb"r a loved one from a neglected cold.DALLAHP County Florida" to ..Itt:

z ; night for a stay. with hi. purentll. 80th. The convention will hold camp children going away makes 'H HUREHOCND SYRUP I. the great .1; 1 of N. W. 14. of 8. W. tf.:( Section & V
J"J .. .
J cure for oougko, oolds and all pulmonary allbtenta. 10 10 20 20 ASTONISHING GFFERI.ro !
:He has been employed for tie the school smaller. by seven. Township Range acres
.: 't. past morning afternoon and evening sessions price,Kb and 60 "oenta Lou ads' Drug .
months Punta Store.. The said land being assessed at the
two at Uorda.
,, '. on the days mentioned, at V. Rev. H. M. Lauson gave a sermon Frank'Treadwall, Tlnnnatt I...., won. troubled date of the [Issuance of such certificate 55 Teeess1yn.n.ton.s.MesWblski.e.edflees.Wtei..sC..s.t see Swad..pnO.n..i by thstO,..th.y..e-ees.nis.11.ufo.c i.,
: Mr.:, and M s. O. B. Morrow and 1 especially to men Sunday [itt the .oh.5.elnih.c.n..o,is. tesul,r us. is... post.of .....
V A. Hall and will be attended by young with kldnuy dltteiute lor two years. Ha wrlteat name of F. Q. Brown Tr. Un- tddl.is.n.we IS..dl S s.c nIl 40sf,..J.O.a..,,,.,
V I Master McIntosh Morrow have returned some of the brainiest of Florida's intellectual night, which was splendid.. UI hail taken aevural kinds. ot kidney remedlx. less sid certificate shall be redeemed 4tl.r BrH4i of Whtikl! sod Clni M |i.M ,sn,I *h ... eel
but with little beuffllt. 1'lo"Uy tried ruLErs ,,
V V V from an extended visit to Tallahassee according' to law tax deed 14 BEAUTIFUL_PRIZES FREE 'rf.S'il
will Inane _
Time home ,
p at Missionary society, will KIUNKY ODAB: and one dollar bottle cured otis wa&sue
: the home of Mrs. Morrow'H women. Knowledge have it's meeting at Mr. Worcester'sVedimeiudzmy m.." LounUa Drug Htora.HERBTjrB hereon on the 3d day of February AD,, slit sesvqe.ts.VulmltV., is
tills latter fact Is what s.nn siR. 54 mc be of.,,ti7..iaassms.rata. a'ttes55u5sJsn.
'*et parents. most disturbs : night.C031O.. should, be': used to enrich and puri 1u02.\ will so.aeHeiXTsLT IUIeenH IC.
Freeland the local members. How to stow ... fy the blood; It cures all form. of blood dieomdove. : Witness my offlclnl and teal 1 .s__fs.5V Oefl hnfl 515Sf Ons 5 wa eel.lee l.dpw
: Beeves son of Jtev. Dr. ,n erul In fevers akin signature cued n.E.5,lOOie.5mm., Sad teS ti..ta..
tsenpnclally en..s 55.
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V ,cV' Beeves ban gone to Winter Park to away and properly entertain so much tIme :bolls: ;pimples;: :\. blackheads:: .: scrofula: erup, salt his the 27th day of Deo. A. D. 1901, n.OCV ds.wflrnih I .e4 0th s5.llC.n, I so.en.Yl.as.

:' V V enter the commercial. elastics, of Rol Intellectually all in the brief rheum .and. every form of blood Impurity la [8eal| JOSEPH PRICE. p I V ussnhn..,Uns.ehn, ?.Ctia......Sewn.. ..I snenice nl.n.5 .lhee.W.
span a aafa and artuotuai ou... P.I..., M) oenta. ; Clerk Ct. ft. of Putnam County Florida. Sktei .eh tee,I,s,,.s.i,.i SMS.I bull fl sIbeSee.I
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lins college, Ha la after a business Services Sunday at the Lou mis' Store.LAaRIprBonuftha. bid.. I .. .
.1's.- of two days is something of a problem \ morning pdmi.n' ten.m. I 4n.SC sic 0.4 0 teeeinl eho ,
$ ,,,4h cuss,ioss. AtI ....
education. M. K. church were well attended the often onntlnua for month :_ ? bee ICri
Methodist In thfs will but the News has faith that it congregation being larger!! than for .and sometimes lead. tr> fatal" rasulta .after the 'NOTICE OF APPLICATION JOB i'no m.b Pee,5 us .qn.ss.se.tou Sm .,neltsHaeInHa.U.IS.. Sti to, w. u p9

,V ) .: V'r-' turn out en mass" at the.vicinity Urovendnl< Is one which the good Monte of Cres- some time. Rev. R. H, Templeton patlnnt. KOLtY lenuptMned to:y""J'JTirg:\ : .iengerpoltut. uoa* Tax Deed UndtB otion of Chapter ted au.asi..ONLY i $3.9 i

V VIV' VV church next Sunday morning when cent City ladies will solve in such agrnc..flll preached morning and evening, administering COUGHS.U-ve proteotton Louuda and l security Stare.Many train these 4888, IAWS of Florida( I 5h.uIes.i., p.isieernid Cm ape sk led MrVnn.ti.eel 0g..,en..M..55 Os fete. _

V I'V V the newly appointed. pastor makes manner as to add materiallyto morning communion after the of the, blotches Drug. pi m plea and other Notice [la hereby given that Mrfc. C D. 1 CeeS *'55tlhs.5O55iVjf55.naa e..ur.w.has... .lflV.flalttennlr.a
service. FRE' ::: I,I.u Ete
: his flrat appearance. their already more than enviable. Teutlonsof" the skin arauaunud by Ibo failure purchaser of Tax Certificate 5...,eesau.d. I ll.sfln.e-siP.ese..ii S 51 sI en ni.vo.iP.hsHhoitss.t. bi.4s. I Sf55 so C.
Mr. And Mrs. Bonni' of Cleveland of the liver.and kidneys to oast air lmpurltt" | Etbrok. atois.i, PS.. LIes .d Stln.TheeealS eedee 054. tJtoeliUIS.
V School opened Monday with n null' reputation for hospitality and pleasing whih remain, tn the I aystHin. IIERIHNB J wliCitmulsie 1. the 5th day of April, A.D., U. a, D1sTALLEa'$ &Ij5Q a
V 0. made a short visit to Como last \ : : : : $&.CbiCs( 111'
teachers and pupils having been entertainment. the 1o.n, klduuys* and oleaae the 1809 &filed said certificate In my e
V rested and Invigorated by a two week, guests of Mr.( and Mrs.. D.'K. aymem. nt all ImpurlUea. lrloe. M oenU.Lounda office, and hu made application( for tax '- -._ -
4. Women of great Intellect may wear. Diixenberry, Mr. lionar made a hur- *Drug ,"' ... deed to .. la .
week's vacation minus two or three with law.

., -er days of holiday dissipation. nose glosses and comb their front 'n ried this inspection of his grove property .a* to HALF tha oaua TUB. ot WORLD their IB ill\IN health DARKNESS.and. they Said certificate embraes.eordan0 the following( Some
hair pompiidore; they vicinity. described property In Putnam People Don't Know 'Much
may even doctor for atmut everything clasps the right sltllLte
;:b Miss Georgia Alice. Johnson, principal, wear bicycle skirts and speak with a The grove owners have shipped thinir, .and that la the .""l\Oh. Nearly all County, Florida, to : ,
and Miss Whitman primary kinds 1 of Illnana originate the ,
etomaob. Take
.about all their fruit for : H. E. Cor. of N. E t of 8. E. *, Bee-
teacher of the school, returned from bites voice in convention, but when this season. DR. LOYAL FORD'5 DV8PEPT1CIDH. and gel I
The cold weather has don stomach working Ixmnde' 13, Township 10, lUnge 20. 6 acres. is
damage properly.
vacations e no your Drug But It Not Their Fault
their holiday to their respective once In the home it will be found the Htora The said [land assessed ,
to the tree, and prospects for belD' at the
homes Hatrtrdby evening. that they are easy people to feed, for next season are excellent so far. date of the such certificate And you ecu tool them all the time.
But the
_ : V V V Mr. J. L. Maull U arranging to they know little of the art of cooking EXECUTOirS NOTICE. ID the name of .J. E. Boland. Unless majority know some things

u; move into town from his home place what have Miss Buck passed a couple of daysIn sid oertlllcate shall be redeemed WE BELONG TO MAJORITY.nd .
beyond' they conned from TUB
on the west side of Lake Mtella. It (Como returning to Nashua on Notice .hereby; given to all ';."'D. holding according to law, tax deed will Issue
4 .5 V j Is probable that ha will take the cook books on occasions when It became Nunday. Miss Buck expects shortly alalma against 'the estate" ot Sarah nelholt late thereon on the 3rd da,)' ofYebruary.A D.. when we see our Trade show a good, healthy Increase from month to month

$ VV Ullbert cottage on Hutnmlt street necessary for them to repair to to become a permanent resident of ot cot Putnam the unty: ,authenticated Florida: duuAajted to 'U"wf.: I':; 902. aDd year to year, ,e have more faith In, the human race, and think afUr all thUs
(Como, as a guest; of Mrs. H. A. Hart. ilm. ....,1,1..1, area giKMl many who
i''I' ,.- the kitchen to bluff an, obstreperouscook. by] law, for "dJu.lmonc ontlule Witness my official signature and teal 1 appreiat
M. Jf- Mead
and Mrs. of New
: Mr. n* tloe will"be: plead in bar nf payment' of this the 27th
York city have arrlvpd at Grove. Miss. Victoria Babers is attending :tiieaamo.:: Anti all, :protons IndelTted. txT'theth'a day of December, A. D., .A.
V the This is their school here a guest of Mrs. W. L. said OMtato. .are renuoated' to m..... lumudlatanavment 1901. Good"
for
Hall aeanon. The second evening of tile convention Cable of the name. to ua. V [Seal] JOSEPH :g

first season here, but we are Informed will be !given up to a receptionfor V This the Utth dar of December. A. D.,1 01. Clerk Ot. of Putnam PRIC Here Is a et Announcement
lu.SV5V __ V _V the! are welll'leallud the place.Mrs. the Mr. Wm. L. Gable left on the first 11 uuwart. W.B.Sau ndara, JExeouton.EXECUTOR'S C CoUDt Florda. S for 19

i V kvVtV .; ", J. O. Grtmsley entertained a visiting delegates. It is at of the month for Leesburg to take 1. V NOTICE Any persba who bays [In one day worth soil
; this reception that Crescent APPLICATION FOB any S.O of dry good good
City charge of _the collection of Uncle NOTICE. OJ .01
little children lost. In
_ .,i ;;. party of 16 Friday Tax Under Section our dry god department can have their eholoe of of the Items below I
0'' V ;;,.1' I Afternoon In honor of the. little ladles will be at their best,. and if Sam a revenue la that district, Notice" Ui hereby given to .all persona hold fog ( 8 Chapter any one
.
( ) daughter of bar guest Mrs. Worley there. is. to be any dazzling act It will Mrs. Barber Earnest and Jim paida claims against. the estate. of' W. A. Wood late of V 4888, Laws of Florida[ ?5 Pounds Granulated Sugar $1.00.'
V The little folks tol'alatkaoll[ Putnam county Stands deceased, to Dreaent Notice la hereby that ,
V of- Jasper. were be our own ladles who will do the visit New Years Day> given WlllltmsE ll .
the same to ma within Bbl.
u'' made happy. Ib.x1f.I'b: : : by &E Company, of Tsx fIt rtlfloate } Best Winter Wheat Flour $ oo.
u'r; ', very trick. At this reception it is under. The Knight: of Sunshine.. had their law,or this notice' otpayment purohaaor t.
thereof and all Indebted No. 45tt, dated the 4th Bbl.
) "pantone to day f November Best
je.AVV \ Mrs. "VV. D. Benham and Mrs M. B. stood that a boat load Jacksonville Christmas the day before New Years the said eatataara. iuMted .to maSs. immediate &. D., 18U5\ flied said certificate' In V4 Pillsbury Flour. . .. $1.10.,
ff" Tralle are- busying themxelves lust payment to ma & toy
V / now In the preparation and organization : club women will attend arriving on Day.Mrs. This, the Ifltb day of December A. D.lint. oIIioe( and has mae application for tax 5 PoundsCreamery Butter, $1.35.,
V Klrohhelner and throe chil- L. B. Turner JCxaoucor Estate. of W. A. Wood, i d Issue. with law.
the afternoon of that '
da.yanll returning t
e of th items
the aoranc' "
u0(1, to launching t t neccesaary dren deceased way bow ""X"* of produot.ionand are only (given
musicale to be given In ten daya l or at the close of the reception. have arrived from Key West on S.certifct embr.e following of Sailing attention t than usuaL fine line of Dry Goods
for the benefit of the a month'. visit to her sinter, Mrs.. R property situated In Putnam Glov. Etc. Ete.. and to show <
weeks V. I.
two that
Just what the convention our lower
prices are than either
VV 'J!. proposes B. Templeton DR. H. C. WELCH County, Flord.[ to wit: or quam considered.[ J"IDvle
A.
t. I.. : to do Is not clear, but such little Pt. N. 1 S. W. }1. Section 10 Pa"tla.

PVZ l4hV il.l': 1"' ( pretty New card Year's party night and witnessed dance at a very the. things are of consequence.. There leave Rev.'on R..Jannary B. Templeton for the expects annual to Will,.be at his offloe- OBESOBMT, G township.- 6 JO 10. Range.23- 80 acres. Book The C. H. PRESTON C : Crescent, City..

I will be a meeting' and time meeting session of the .t. Johns River conference CITY Saturdays '-ge. said land _
;, APhftll. There was a large and on Thursdays Fridays tod being assessed at the -
; party of ladles and'gentleraen will be composed of Club, women ; of the M. E. church dat of the Issuance of such certificate

dVV Music was furnished by the club woman Is a modern product The V. I. A. held thai regular of each week. V n name cr''John Brown. Unloss We

_ V ., 4V. Willie Carrier and the Misses which evoluted from our good old meeting last week Friday the residence said cerftoat shall be redeemed ac ,Advertise in

tV ..". f A pretty lunch was grand dames who thought woman's' of Mrs. Jacob Oable. Officers Office on Central Avenue. cording la. tax deed will issue Paatk-a,

V V I by the ladies. sphere consisted chiefly ill stuffing for the year were elected na follows" t ien.cn on the 3d ,of February A. D.,
I their offspring with erudition as President. Mrs. St. Johne River .
A. W. Underwood] by Daylight.Tbe 199 But We Sell
j 's lira. B. B. Carter. of Howartli ](f. Goods In
? I you'd. stuff a leather cushion. Now PresidentMrs.O. City.
\r- V V \,3. Vice B. Robinson; WltDe.my 010.signature and teal
V V '5 .t.t fa here ou a visit to her parents, this erudition ls to Beach & Miller Line
.
beglntnar ooze: the 17th, December We
; V Mr. and Mrs. J. i.Maull., ]Mrs I, '. Car- and clubs are organized simply that Secretary Hart. and Treasurer, Mrs. l>. A. : thl da A D-. Priotsag can low give you a good ,)'ar.wlde sheeting for 5u per 1e. worth 70

u i* well and pleasantly remembered Done of It may go to'waste: V r Steamer CRESCENTroVM 1901.snail[ ) ] JOSEPH Suitsaalowaagaoo as 4o. W. good "". a Clothln ', Black[

VV Vi Uf by a bout of old Crescent City friends The people of Crescent City will W. L. Tandy, thtdnmh. If.. VHUMI. "hauls< JncluonTllla oa Tuewtayii,Tbnmdnjrs. Clerk (Ct. Ct. of Putnam PBM, here look at persult ibmeandsuse olr Boy's Suits[ ,. and white
as Miss Mum to Maull, and they arc welcome the delegates to the Federation .ever*o.....o( kidney dl......* And three of the feud; saturdays. at 5:5: a. m. for ureen Cove, .' C Jlr.. All Wool dress our Shoes. Flannel.' Worth per yard DOW going at lOa

a 11 pleased at the prospect of her with open armsno that won'tdo -.r.t: !;.:: $ In evutuam Kenluuky totaled o Puliktlta:: creeosit. City and prlll.IPo1 ,Way -- --- gods V blk.< bnWD blue aDd ted! alwaYI sold for 650 per
m auecene. I wee mauoed. to try y<>* Landuugi yard, our price bOo,
here. .
pending another winter Bhe elthur-but they will be welcom- LEY S KIDNEY CUKE. The utrei l bottle eve stoturilna loaves CrMmint city en Wedneadiiyi D JFRE Tepe SDI Window Bhsxlss |lust b
aocoiupnaled by Mrs. Bunker, of"Yprk ed all the' same, and U they don't tramadle.' !* relief and IbriM:: .bottle: ., .J m* 7 a. in.
_ City, who wUl also rehroughoul have I ylmlly reoamm.nil, tula von- JM:::; ,:r.1'J:31'm'. : :: fool of Laura ieadue.=; tooie.a.h SC. CONE The
th a good time it won't be the r.rZ7; ::: .'* lake .ao IUIMUIUM. IxmaO. treat Telephone.
seanoo.1 fault of our local Ladles, Drug'. more, ,V...."'. 'IIuo'/:," of "Umon strwW a.*- ;-.ws.a ,' V :

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