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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 16, 1902
Publication Date: -1902
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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.VITALS BRAND CLOTHING- THE BEST. During what is left of winter, THe War:Id's Hews SENATOR[N I R A. r.P.GORMAN G M Mnul's tHEPEOPLE[ ARE( EERY



Heavy Clothingin Put up in TaBusy bloid. Form for .;is'KeliUCkY n


.... our store will be transferred to thE People. ,. What You Con Call me K DolDnieES h! OI 'IBCCoeiederQCY

backs of the people if low prices wil 1 .

do the work. We have DOMESTIC,NI WS. J. P. Morgan\ ,according to the New

York Journal, admits that he haN MARYlAND MAN AfUR MARCH 3 1903. : ,
Cut Prices J. B. Polk, vAteran actor, Is deadIn bought Raphael's 'Madonna of tit:! ,'
Ealtlmore, Md. Anthony of 1'iulau. It In said that THEIR LEGISLATURETo
the picture will not be Imported al I PETITION
Dawson, Alaska, reports temperature the JAMES B. McCREERY, DEMOCRAT, '.
all heavy weight to such attractive once, as tnrlfT charges If the picture -
on goods
60 below zero. cost "
|nXMX( aa reported, would

figures that all can afford to District of Columbia will hereafter. exceed $1UOOOU. Succeeds Senator Deboe of Kentucky. To Prohibit "Uncle Tom's Cabin"

' grant divorces only for Infidelity. The of ) of
appear In new suits. subject a barber refugefor Performances. & ;
1 Samar Filipinos 'are said to be shipping at Charleston, H. C., woe Annapolis Md., Jan. 14.-Hon. Arthur "

showing more hostility to Americansthan considered at the regular meeting; ot! Puo Gorman; former U 8. Senator Louisville, Ky., Jan. ,-Continuing '
Vitals Brand the board of directors of the maritime -
:: Clothing ever.Admiral. association of the port of New was to-day reelected to occupy his seat the opposition to the playing ot

Srhley and wife were ac- York last week and resolutions were la the United States Senate which he "Uncle Tom's Cabin" which wan begun ",

y' r \ is t not of the ordinary Hand-me-down last orded week.a grand ovation In {Savannah unanimously make adopted petitioning, lost In the republican landslide of four I,, by the Lexington Chapter of the.
to appropriations
Variety.' It is Tailor made? has fin congress years ago. He received every democratic United Daughters of the Confederacy
Oen. F. :J. Ilerron, who WAS withGr..nt Marcellus Hartley director In norm vote., In both, branches of the requesting the manager/ of the '
ish style and Fit at Vicksburg Is dead in New of the
of New
corporations
largest
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.assembly, a total of C8 to 6a: for Jackson Lexington opera house to not allow ;.
York, aged e6.Commodore York, and whose fortune Is estimated
We h exceedingly fine line of E. E. Potter, retired, KS among the largest In the city,, the republican' candidate.GOT. the play from Mrs. Stowe'8. book to J'

y'AJi lead in Belvidere, 111., served with died almost instantly from heart d la- Smith occupied a seat near the be presented there,,the AlbertSidney j f'
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jchley:! in the civil war. ease lust week at a meeting of the speaker and a great crowd of enthusiastic Johnston Chapter of Louisville today ,t'f
executive committee of the
American
HEAVY'WEIGHT''UNDERWEAR.: : -
democrats witnessed the balloting movement to petition
lIobs Alt Is said Is to leave the began a
Surety:! Co. Hartley wait 74 years '
,, navy and make a dash for congress of age. with Intense Interest. Mr. Gorman-is the Kentucky legislature to prohibit ;:;

from the sixth Alabama district. In the city and Is receiving the congratulations the presentation of the play in this t<*",
This also has been cut to such prices as will make it worth The democratic minority of the
\ John L. Sullivan( ex-champion pug- senate hits about. decided to work thet of his friends and admirers state. A committee was appointedto

your :while to get)into ,it., I ... cllist; Is ,playing the character ofegrae" u r lf-reform-and-f. r e e-trade-wlth- --S.. draw up the petition'811d resolutions ,
in an Uncle Tom's Cabin the-oolouies slogan for all it's worth McCrccry to Succeed Deboe. indorsing the Lexington chap
Company, when the Philippine tar I IT bill; that f
Our Cut Price Sale Will r paused. the house.. few weeks ago, is Frankfort Ky.. Jan 14.-la the legislature ter's action, .
Phlllplne commission Manila, Is taken up. They are preparing to today James B. MoOrvery was Mrs. Basil W. Duke, wife of Gen. .\

Last Through January reported small-pox preparing vaccination to order throughout compulsory make a good many long speeches formally elected United States Senator Dnke, the Confederate cavalry leader (J I i

r against. it, speeches that may be useful will the present state ,P\ ,
e the Island. by the two houses. The vote will be through
In the next and in 1
campaign .
Fearnside & Adelaide Smith gets. 5,4110<) from LU04. year ratified la joint session on, Wednesday.. president, Mrs. :J. M.Arnold of New. "M

Co. he estate of the late ex-President The total vote was: MoOreery 97, De- port, bring the subject of "Unclerom's ,)'
George F. Donovan who '
attempted -
''' rlayes In Ohio< because Hayes's dog highway robbery in Chicago and bee 34. Cabin" before every chapter ;N

bit her some years ago. was shot and killed by his intended ........ In the state In an. effort to have them v 'y r

::EaJ..a'tka.. Arthur Pue Gorman has been unanimously victim, Eugene Hector financial Foraker From Ohio. comblno In protest against the play r'
named for United States:! editor of a Chicago newspaper, is
Senator:! by the democratic caucus of ,thought to be the lion of respectable Columbus Ohio. Jan. 14-James B. In Kentucky.
the Maryland legislature. parents living In Springfield Meant. Foraker republican was re-elected Io Mrs Mary E. Hall expressed the

--------- : In Ills was found letter ad.'droMMe the United States senate today. His opinion that'the members of the Al-
University If Chicago experts are ,rocket mother," and signed"Will vote In both branches of the legislaturewad should
bert Sidney Johnston Chapter
Issecting( the brain of Frank Collier, 87, to 53 for Charles W, Baker the
dated Manila, Jan. 8)), 1901,
famous deceased to learn I themselves not to patronize
BUNG EXCLUSIVE DEALERS lawyer ,and referred to domestla affairs in democratic caucus nominee. pledge
JUST RECEIVEDNEW what caused his insanity. 'Springfield p i5Iowa's my theatre or allow their _children"

Ladlen', ntlenteus' and Chtldrens'FOOTWEAR "Prince" David Kawnnonokon, of to go to ahy play house where "Uncle
I In Kansas Cltv last week Melbourne Senators'RenomJnnted.De .
Hawaii, was married loot. week In Tom's Cabin" is performed. The
CHOP OF McDowell the actor, husband ''
San Francisco to Miss Abigail Campbell of the late Fannie.Davenport Moines Iowa Jan. 14.--Senator Chapter, however, took no action on,
by Archbishop Itlordun. William B. Allison was nominated tonight
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signed sensational deposition lit a
Landrelh's Garden Seed T. B. Thlele Chicago; gets a silver unit against Clarence M. Brune a Senate for for the tbe position sixth consecutive of United State term, this suggestion.-.-.. ,
medal from Pope Leo "in recogni- theatrical manager. Miicdowell
and devoting our whole thought to tion of his services in propagating swears. that lu New York while Intoxicated and Senator J. P. Dolllver was nominated BRYAN IN CONNECTICUT.
FOB to succeed himself at the expiration :
the Catholic faith in America." he was Induced to sign
the of Shoes has made
one subject bills sa\e\ the of his appointed term. The vote of
of of
The ice bridge; now In the gorge below conveying rights tbe caucus wee unanimous both oases He Addresses Over 1,000 People
for this house Siirdou Brune
a reputation we are SPRING PLANTING plays to for$600. 0thersensatldnalstatements
Niagara falls appears a substantial .._
at Naugutiick.
were made I -----
studying to keep. We strive to fit structure In every way and there
MacDowell his deposition, one WAIT
by SCIILKY'S FHinNDSTO J.
of William Bryan
that It will remain The name
the feet of our customers with atyle are prospects sev- b..lnA'to the effect that he wan/ drug-
At 'Drug Store ral. weeks. ged in New YOI'k". put-on board a will Not still has power to draw a crowd. ""
and quality". City Maryland Congressmen
r Roland B. Mollneux will not bo steamer and that at Baltimore later, Once he gets a crowd he .rficeedsTo"nterest (
-. Our American Eagle Shoe for Men at placed on trial for n second time in while atill under the Influence of the Urge Resolutions Just Now. it. When he arrived all i

;:h' $3,60 aod (4 beaut. .the world but we have Harry E. Stewart. New York fur the murder of Mrs. drug, he was married. Washington. Jan. 18.-The Maryland \ Naugatuck Conn., late today he was j)
". other good shoes cheaper. :. Catherine J. Adams until the beglning '
of March. delegation in Congress, inolud- given.. hearty welcome by a large ,
We bar all Style of Ladles' Boots and soma of them are io pretty that they \ FOREIGN NEW Ing, senators and representatives, crowd; of citizens who surroundedhis

add beauty to. the foot. Of course we are headquarters for the School Children PRZSCRIP''IOIIaCAg1FULLY. Pretty Bonnie, Currier, nged 13 is held a. meeting to-day to consider carriage and escorted him from sC
of witch
accused being by neighbors -
:::e:. 'J:'. ""V'" a t'terJ.i.r.l.: : COMPOUNDED. in Elkhart Ind., because unexplained has Pending suspended Investigation Miguel Oener Gen., mayorof Wood .the course to be pursued on the the station to the home of Senator

rnpplngH have been heard Havana, Cuba. Schley cane, and reached a determination Kennedy, where an Informal reoep- G,
when she was around.F. that the decision of lon was held.
.. Paris rumors say that Rockefeller pending
H. Peavy, Minneapolis million- Intends to apply for a concession to President Roosevelt upon the appealto This evening at Columbus Hall,

An. Opport"Url.5ty; : sire, left *IOUO(( in his will to J. I. 1 supply gas. to the city of I'arln. be made by Admiral Schley to Mr. Bryan adddressed over 1QOO
Brewer Chicago, "for being kind to
when.. and bequest I Minister\ of Finance Memloita's( the chief executive it would be inadvisable people on "The duties of American
are boy, a generous '
home in Caracas!, Venzeuela, is
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reported for the to citizens.
delegation ;
to all his urgeupon
employes.
For 2rsvestsnes:: 'tS. wrecked by a dynamite bomb.
: : : : Lascelles Congress any of the resolutions "Government Morality" was the

windier/Sidney who as "Lord prominent Beresford" Boer losses in killed wounded and or bills introduced. The meetingwas theme of the address and In this

.---- -:.. has served terms In the New York surrendered 1U01,according, totaled to 14,887 official men British during held In the committee room of strain the speaker spoke of trusts,

s and Georgia penitentiaries, has again! figure Representative Wachter of Maryland taxation; Boer sympathy and the
been arrested, this time In Boston.
and was attended by Senator money question. :The address was
Kitchener that the second
The 1901 was the most prosperous year Palatka 'has had Edmund Peek, retired Methodist reports
year a
British gun captured' by the Boers at JcComas and by all the representatives received with great; enthusiasm.
clergyman; aged! HU), and his laugh ... ... .
the Brakelaate light has been rac- from Mr. -
since 1894. All of our manufacturing enterprises report satisfactory tar'Mary, aged 86, were burned toeath oovered. Maryland, except
early last week In a fire which Jackson, who was out of the city. A NECJHO IS SUSPECTED

business and increasing sales destroyed their home near Bethany, Fmporer William has decided to The various resolutions and bills
Conn. send Baron von Leon, a large landowner -
before MTU. IJoniils -
now Congress were gone over, Of the Assault upon !
Nearly; every merchant states that his business shows an increase Two local trains collided In the study in agriculture.Silsela:! to the United- Statesto and it was the general sentiment of Washington's Fusil
New York Central tunnel that bur-
hose that the
over the previous year. row, under Park avenue New York The Ecudorlau government has present delegation ioiiable Modesto. ?
would be favorable to any one of the
ant week. Fifteen passengers were sent a strong force to the eastern Washington detectives on Monday
'. the four months the sales of real d(ate have killed and twice that number in frail' tier to take pouession of Koudor- measures which fully vindicated and
During; past ) city exceeded Jured.W. Ian territory recently invaded by Admiral Schley': Bat for the present arrested Richard Cole, colored, "
locked him "on suspicion, Jn
Peruvian forces. ,
In amount annual sales of several previous and prices K. Vanderbilt expects his in view of the admiral'a placing up "
years, Mrs.
assault
connection with the on .
daughter, the duchess of Marlbor- France is sounding; Washington as the matter before President Roosevelt 1
ougIr to pay a- visit to Idle Hour to the attitude of the United StatesIn the deemed It Inexpedient Ada Gilbert Dennis, the fashionable
obtained delegation "
were quite satisfactory.The Oakdale, Long Island, shortly after the event of France's coercing Iresn-maker, on the ninth of Decem...
the coronation of King Edward next Venezuela into paying the French > to determine upon any particular -
statements of the banks in Palatka show larger deposits than summer. claims against the republic. measure,or to take steps to ber. The police are Investigating a> '..a
story which leads them to think Cole
statement incredible but it is Bryan told Clevelanders recently the protocal between Chile and urge such a measure before Con- have some knowledge of the
This
the of the freeze. seem a may
year may that he wasn't a candidate for any Argentine will stand. Representatives gress.
thing, and thought it a trifle early to of both countries have made ... .. crime or some connection with it.
fact and a most pleasing one to every right minded citizen of the coun- name Tom Ij Johnson or anybodyelse declarations which, bring about a )1 US.BIAIlYC.WAItFIELD. The arrested man is twenty-two years -
as the democratic candidate for perfect-mutual understanding. of age. He had been working in the

ty.. There are a few dissatisfied: persons, but nearly alllarc looking for presIdent In ICOt. Canine" whose trial for One of the Noted Women of Dennis establishment as .porterand.

Mrs.\ Jack Wllmercling, grand-, divulging. Austrian military secrets bundle-carrier for about five months,
and expecting greater prosperity and improvement during 1902. daughter of Commodore Vanderbilt to the trench government began in Kentucky Is I>ea and had born a good reputation.
Is reported again insane in New Vienna Monday\ has been sentenced Mrs. Mary Cabell Brecklnrldge
and the York. She was once confined In an to four and one-half !was Implicitly trusted by Mrs. Dead ,.
Our: County is, producing orangesagain prospects for an years' Imprison Warfleld died at her home In LexIngton -
asylum and Is divorced from her meat. nls and In her statement to the police -
I
Ky., on Monday, at the advanced
usband. Sh l is wealthy. ;
orange crop this year Is most flattering. -.. Madrid police have discovered age of 74. She was the mother 1 yesterday she manifested anxiety
There neverwas a time when the traces of anarchist plots in the! towns that no suspicion be cast uponany
Investors can hardly err in purchasing Lemon Street property at wealthy men of New York have given of Jerea. de la Frontera, Alcala de .of Dr.Benjamin| H.Warfleld pre. of her servants or, employes In
so much attention to the trotter los Gaxules and Aros de la Frontera, (dent of Princeton Theological Seminary r
connection with the assault\ Ja
aa now. In the last; two years half In the province of Cadla.. Forty- and of Dr. Ethelbert D. War-
Hundred feet of
the I and control Five unimproved -
right prices. own ((500) a dozen of them have. bought and nine arrests were made. field,president of LaFayette College.She ... .a. .
locked farms near that city.AmbassadorChoate .
Lemon Street property which I offer in lots to suit purchaser, Abdul Ham. Id is said to have learn was one of the most brilliant DUKE OF MANCHESTER r.
has withdrawn
ed that France and have
Italy women of the state and a sister of

and'at prices! which! 'must be considered low. Terms of payment will be from Svarts the, Chonte New York& Beaman law firm, with of 'much reached they an will agreement; encoaoh on as the to'furkI how- Gen.Joseph O. Brecklnrldge,Inspec- Pays !$3,000 or Papa Zlmmero.1

which he hat been connected for tor general U. S. A.i Attorney Gen.
nil possessions of Tripoli. The sultan mau's to Oils ...
made I money ,
I easy.If nearly 6U yean. Duties. ambassador I Is said to be preparing to resist. Robert J. Brecklnrldge,of Kentucky
to claim his time. .
England Knight.The

:you have money to invest and do not care to purchase real estate :Jacob H. SchlfT) has purchased a. Inland Unofficial of Hawaii report'from,\,state that Papoloa last, and nrldge.ex-Congressman W.C.P.Breck- breach of promise salt bvoughft 'iby

alto In New York on which it has Wednesday 40 inches of ralu fell in ....._ Miss Portia Knight, an Atnortoanx' ,>.
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I. control $10,000 of first mortgages on Lemon Street property, all been reported he will build a home 24 hours. Prof. Lyons of the government A ALL ,PRINCE actress against the Duke of';Man-ijSv'i +;
for the New York Jewish theological observatory in Honolulu, F
says
located between the Arlington, Hotel and the river, which I will sell. emlnary. Tile seminary now has 80 that this is a world's reoord, but he Chester, has been lIettled.ouU' 'otar*
It was. organised in 1888.! discredits the report. Will Visit the United State. In court, the Duke paying. Mine Knight ,

''These,mortgages draw from 7 ,to'8% interest, payable semlannuallyand Rev. I. Garland Penn of Atlanta The German foreign office in delighted the person of Prince 15,000 and defraying all the ,legal J' -

) ., called on President Roosevelt recently with the excellent effect Henry of Prussia. costs she had been put to. The Duke <<4.

the Interest has'always been promptly paid. Each mortgage Is on and arranged for the reception produced In the United' States:! by Admiral Prince Henry of Prussia of Manchester Is the British degen" '". ,.1.
Saturday, Jan. 18, of Emperor William' request that Miss .
a delegationwho will sail for New York: about Feb- orate. who married Miss Zimmerman k ; ,
property1tellrented. to Invite him to Alice Roosevelt christen his new"acht I
business are a young ne- *
groes'Christian) congress In Atlanta now being built at Staten Is- ruary 16th, on a passenger steamer. of Cincinnati, whose father baa paid%<* :
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If'you have desire to invest I would be pleased to have ext August. land. The German people are equal He will be attended on his visit by him out of Jail several times,over.? "II'
any you
The open air treatment for person Iy pleased. Captains Schmidt, Von Schmidt and Previous to his wedding with" Miss. t

call at my offce and''learn 'w at"I'have' ,to offer: you. If out of town In the early; stage of consumption Official reports show tha ,the total Von Kgldy and other marine officers Zimmerman the dnke had made goo*,
Is shown to have been efficacious to number of British soldiers killed' of high rank not yet .elected. It Is goo eyes at Miss.. Knight who, boing*'
the extent of about 67 cent of the wounded and missing sine the South '
write'' nie. per likely that thin princeling and hisarty an actress on the make is now, fully
:, cases treated during the past yearn African war began ainounta to 94,899. ,
the Massachusetts state sanlta- Of these it is known that 1 11t,4aO were > ; will get a warm reception1' by !consoled for what she dld't lose.iTatnpii'a ;:I'

\ .. :, .rJ$ i;' .'i,, Q. lum in Rutland. actually killed or.died of disease. the society. people of New York and :--, ..-- .
". : Loper Bailey '
: The number of sick and wounded invalided PustmasteriWashington
P'j Gen.. "Joe": Wheeler In Cleveland home reaches B4,3W Is It that he will set the pace for many

y : : : last week "There will. be no political my! wonder that. the people of Great people who wouldn't mind rushing ,J'ai'i.. tb-Th
i Palatka Florida. break lit the solid south by any Britain are askinr themselves the a growler for bill natlonaljd-lnk: if by: dent has nominated OenoloV
arty which tries to interfere from '
he north through the medium ot the question, "Does the Hcuth African so doing they ooulil secure a little too.be post g
war pay?" and are finding the au- of what Mr calla ".rlalt. : .
and
e politic lane with the solving ot the iwtrin the ? Dooley; Joseph y
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; : Alfred Austin", has been feeding us reverses the art of -- S1e1Just !
Henry W. TJInhop-hns boen elected
AND ADVERTISER apothecary who toils
: Inventory
nauseous drugs iu sweetoaps'ules. \ mnyor of Kuslils."' .

A suffering world is moved to chant Al- There IH a l 11: nor rnmle farm In

An unofHoioi Newapnper: o( the JJemociath} sort-Ju",tJtthe fred's recessional and lend'peculiar unction to the Dude county near. Miami.

.4 ) kind you should keep In your family. pleading refrain ; "Let \1S forget: let us forget.." Dallliuore) rmrlluH will erect an- ::E"C:>> acI1: ::: ,)M".s... S;_

another cigar( factory at Tampa.
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Published*I* at Palatka,JTln, Thursday", of each week by To those of us who were not so fortunate as to be from Velvet Ocklawaha. beans to are Nashville bulnor shipped, 'Tenn. completed. Inventorying-the Stock of my Two Stores, and in order to

RUSSELL & VICKERS. enrolled among the Knights of. Pythias, the eloquent The widow of the late Bishop H. make room for a largeStock of Spring Goods, I-have marked some goods'.at .

'w words of last Thursday night's oration, are B. Whlpple bus arrived at her win- -
ter homo. In Lake Maltlaud. Cost.
:', \ t. Wm. A. RUSSELL, Editor. now doing the reverberation act in our anatomy's Admiral. and Mrs. Goo. Dewey are 2 Lots Men's Overcoats Worth $12.60' Each, Now I1Q.OO'

;-f::' _ _ _ _ _ _ _. and playing a,.torn torn upon our consciences.' nt Palm hunch, and of course are the 1 Lot Boy's Knee Suits --" 3.75 ,1. 75 "

4. ,'" 'f'I Some of us will now seek to, be enrolled among the biggest toads In the puddle. t' $2.RO\ 1.85
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',W!! '". MR.. DAVIS CANAL S1MCICC1I. good; some of the mare( callous( among us may never The poitmaninr; at PenHaonla bandIed Each 76o
I 1 A of the a total of 'imB77.) of 1 I( Men's Shirts 1.00 ,
io", ftr.r. perusal Congressional Record usually get further than the "almost govern\ ;
thou ppruundowt me, bent the IDOL)( Stock. of hate to Siclect From.
money during rear
,;i- : conduces .thirst Men' Suits of all Kinds at Close Flgurca./ Large
!.<,"t' ,, \ I" ," <\ to a lively -it is so dry. It is the but all of us can unite in doing reverence to the The Presbyterians of Auburndale

'" :' ;"f' ;"" ... leading. daily paper Washington and vies with noble will have the cb urcli. k
l: ; I.,, 'r--- Knights whom we had heretofore looked upon a new ciinalo on A Fashionable
'. : ;, I; :' 5 our own Evening Metropolis in the amount of Tbev think It will look so much bet-
as just ordinary sinners with better
"M fl ''f. .- ,publicTlntereat its columns arouse. Its circulation, staying out nights than a excuse for ter than a mortgage.The of Shoes toClose Out WalkIng! Boot.
; ; but whom
.' ',' :', we: !enjoyed! \vo electric lighting! plant at Mon- Odd Lots
.,", : 'f t not being handicapped by second class postal regulations' now know to be a band of nice juicy young men ticello him been destroyed by fire. SII

) :;, ;is thought to be even bnttor. Farmers who whose' aim in Tito long falls on Jno. M. Henry; is THAT THIS
one the flesh is
jio reduce gossip to iv $:IIIIII"Lnd) I there Is no Insurance- Make Boom form

SI" .*; :.'t,:'.V::,, have contracted the habit of inndiual, almanac minimum and turn over the work of nursing widows [ -' It Is now Thursday morning Jan. Going at Any Price to

I. jokes sometimes use it as a divan for their brains. and orphans to a committee. If we have done tell mid t been a labor SJJJ.c..g: : Good.s., ':!
The in witicisms aixl of them Htrlke reported. from Tampa. Is It TRAOB MARK
paper" abounds some those dearly beloved brethren, wrong iu the...past, oHHible the city is feuing to semi? Which will Arrive February 1st. Cull und I a Look at Them is BRANOEOV
are so powerful that thpy have frc! < UPiitly emptied let KV&KTI.
us all
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to be
pray forgivei: and in future give Bnrtow has had Itn flrnt store burg- ;. ---------- -- SHOI.
the haUt of CongreHs! and driven members to drink. them credit for being all! that their eloquent spokes l IlIr.v, In 10 yearn.. 'Hileva broke Into '

An occasional' good speech ia found in its columns, man claims. Holbrook & Co.... Btoie one night last I. 'M: MEYER
week and took fM: and a revolver Waited Sole.Extension .
4 but they are the exceptions which prove its rule of .. ; ; Edge
-- --- --- The EnsUe. Lake Ileuton bus a new ;*
: mynas.... dress and la. / h ; Medium Heel.
SINCE the now an light pnge paper. .
president has decided i not to send Admiral St. PALATKA FLA.
Lemon
One encb numtli, will bn devoted .
: The exception of the past week was the speech of page Kiacl: Reproduction> of this Styli She
Dewey and General Miles to King Edward's to Christian Kmlaavor propagan
lion. R b't. W. Davis member of from da.
Congress
coronation ...
how
would it do to delegate Rear Admiral -
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this district. His theme was the transisthmian coo- Benhain and lulls were opened for the new Du- .
ual. The short. It It General Eagan? They would gladly vnl county court house", last. week, but
speech
: was was pointed. come out of their retirement for the sake of the iin they were all too high they were re- The Brown Brick Co.
: "was aa full of? heat as a bursting stnutthough it jected. The county does not want tot
cause;
I contained nothing of the chestnut order of illus -_ _, -_--_-_- >iiy more than '7&.000( for a building. WHEN YOU GOEird

tration. The Ocala Dally Banner. with MAKE THE
It was an appeal to democrats and republicans Miss\ Roosevelt is very .much in the public Frank Harris OH" editor, wits sched- S

.. w alike to carry out their party pledges ands Her eye. uled to make Its nnpenranco ye terIny. La'r.ges"' % HardestAND
coming out ball was a success and she has been Sb.ootirl.
: this ( As its home in. to be in a push- : : @:
construct canal. To quit their foolishness and
., invited to break the doubtlessbe
.. growler of the national beverageof Ing city new paper will
: r ffiet down to business. a lulu.
Germany over the prow of emperor William'snew Best Fire BrIck
'
2 jf, The public had come to regard this canal scheme yacht. The Seminole, Jacksonville's swell You will want some shells. We have them for all kluds of game.. The smokeless

; in much the did the Rev. 'fiddle De- _. Hoclnl club, has purchased the old MADE IN FLORIDA.
light
: same as --- McUinnls property at Uuvitl and STOCK ALWAYS ON HANDat powder sheila do the work without clouding the atmosphere. Just, try them. -

BJ- : Winks Talmage the tariff issue when he said : THKBR; must be worrying times for the pope. lIe club Horan| .streets and will erect n now Tllghnmu's Mill.
house. The paid for the
//i; "When Gabriel sounds his bugle for the last call does not know whether he is well' price. -
about )
feeling or to property was *12,15)0.Because
call on or address, ihis! Cool!
IFor prices t Weather
three men will be found standing< on the post office die again until lit reads the newspapers. a property owner objectedthe II..O.:HAMl r, During

steps, red< in the face, discussing the tariff issue." Tampa council los, been forced! Mill Piilutka, Fla.
._ Tllghman's ,
-- ---- to deny the right of certain streets
: # If the Congress of the United State will heed Mr. SINCE Mrs. Roosevelt has declared to the locHl, military company which When the atmosphere; of the bouae. to'the morning and evening Is chilly, ;you can,
decol-
: Davis' advice it will do some digging before Gabriel against wanted them for the purpose. of a
lete dress at dinner Washingtonians do not street fair and carnival I be made comfortable at a minimum of cost by using
): works the horn solo. Mr. Davis favors. the Nicaragua :. I
see as much of the women as formerly.MAINE'S The Stark branch of the Seaboard

k route. _ Air Line It'y. has been extended to
--- --- ---- ------- the /Huwimiiee river. The new road The Earlor Oil Heater

"ITS FULL* CASH VALUE." lobster catch. amounted to 8,000,000. opens Alachua up a and new Lafayette country In counties.western

?t The letter of instructions from : This is thought to be greater than the record in Trains commenced running ou /Hatunlay. : and that
to tux: assessors .' They smoke not, neither/ do they smell; yet we say unto you they

GoT Jennings, which will be found in another colUmn Jacksonville during the state fair. Senator Mallory's\ friends are doing will give .the required warmth. If one of them should either email or Smoke,

of this paper, should not needlessly alarm that --- ,. all they can to secure his re-olectlon
you've but to tell us and ;you get jour money back.
the United
to /Stated: Senate. The
class of Putnam county citizens who are trying to MR. Bryan's belie that the money issue, isn't Frank Adams boom hiss not yet been

make an Aator-bilt living from the little parcel oft dead is doubtless due to the perfection of the em- sprung. It is thought that this brilliant

: sand and soil which a kind Providence and the balming. young man can afford to wait. We Have All Kinds of Stoves ....

_ There is excitement at 1\Iulbe.\ .rf., ,
yk of coin of the realm has enabled
ding up some ---- J. W Levor of that place has been ;

them to call their own. The governor -wants the THE troops are being withdrawn from Cuba their arrested charged. with setting fire to : I ,
,, the store of it.: 1\\[. Dullard, mayor of OUR BREAD WILL and during January when you need them for beating purposes most, we are goingto
; t "tax assessor to ascertain all property liable to taxation place being taken by the Platt amendment. the town and the livery stable of SATISFY ALL.

and to assess all real property at its 'full Henry Payne. Levor him been released It will give to the young strength sell them at just enough above their cost to reimburse us for the freight.

4 cash value' 'and all personal property of 'its true on Ills own recognizance.The mid, beauty, and make the< old happy.

cash value.' These instructions, carried out to GJMM Story Told on Ambassador Ckontc. WeHtville Holmes was county burned, court to tho house ground at From the KENNERLY HARDWARE CO. ,

the letter, should work some relief to our farmers, "near Now the that court Ambassador of /tit. James"Choate. the has returned from last Friday, together with all the Palatka Variety Bakery,
: following story,
and a little relief just at this time would< be a good .among many others about him, Is In circulation: AsemfBtnte county fire Is supposed records notjn to imve the been vault of, The incendiary HENRY THALGOTT, Prop.

those reception was given at the residence of a certain It is the third
to hav in the house origin. fire
4' Q thing -especially among
lord and Mr. Choate, In his "court dress" of plain within -
in the
';14f. : ,of us who are trying by the aid< of high-priced commercial broadcloth, was inconspicuous Iu comparison with the place three months. han be cause of suspension. by theGovernor. "The State will not hereafter suffer I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB
gold laced and insignia decorated representatives of Sanford is tickled. And It should because lists of lands redeemed or Tax Deed Under Section 8 ot Chapter
fertilizers and an emaciated mule to do the other countries. be for one of its citizens line decided Sect Ion I 22._The assessor shall ascertain Hold have never been regularly fur ?> 488, Law. of Florida.

: resurrection act to our frozen orange groves. The When the night was waning one of the parting guests. to become reckless with his money by personal inspection, when nUlied the tax assessors for the reason Notice Is hereby given that Williams
P', half-abandon whoHo Indulgence probably made him forget that I:ng- and build three brick stores on First not already[ sutSlclently acquainted that hinds. heretofore sold for non- Co.. purchaser Tax Certificate No. BIS
of
: writer knows of hundreds of acres itch lackeys on such ocoutdons, wore the livery of their street. The' town is IIHO! to have a therewith, the value of the lands.and pay-mentof taxes had not bern utrlck dated the lat day of June A. D.. 18qO,
T.e ed orange properties in this county whose. owners ollloe, approached Mr. Choate and requested him to calla new $hOt(**) school house built out of .linens them nt their full cash value. en from the tax books and for the fur- baa filed paid certificate In my office' and
cab. money' obtained through bonds. Section 20.,-The Hoard of County ther reason' that by the comptroler' has made application for tax deed to Issue -
; ; : arepaying: taxes on an assessment of $25 per acre. The response was a blank stare. Upon his repeating. B L. Summerlln commissioners "shall, have full power circulars, the assessors are very In accordance with la#. Said certificate '.

L JirL This same land may in thi fullness of time, have the request I "Won't -YOU call me a cab.- nleiiau- ?" Mr. of t Tampa connected, with, a young the recruitIng man- to equalize. the! iiMHesHment of the properly! : directed.S to omit! from the ombraoea'the following described
r' (Uhoat.-respond"dl t real estate in their respective counties tax boons au ana oniy tnose lands property situated In Putnam County'.
a "full cash :value" of an even hundred dollars per "Certainly You're cab." station In Savannah* has been raise covered by the tax certificates! now
; : : a arrested for burlary In that He and for that purpose may Florida,to wit:
?'q acre. It has had such value. Its present "full Imagine the indignation of the Insulted Englishman, IH. also wanted for the anrne city.crime at or lower the value fined by the as- held by the Htate.! 'The list of the : PIE. }ot N.VT.%.Blk 6. P 909, section

will in the market and who, upon making complaint to the host, was asked, asa Arcadia! :Da /Solo: county this Htate. CoNdor on any particular piece of real certificates held by the State on 10, township 10, range 3(1( -30 acre..
is it
value" what bring
cash favor, to point out the offender. and he will be turned over to Florida estate, but cannot raise or lower Heptember! 1,,1901,are on file In the The saM land being "assessed at the
thousands of acres of it would not sell for more After a search through the crowded saloons the Eng- ottlclals. the entire luwessinent of the county,- otttces of clerk of the Circuit Court, date of the l laeunnce of such certificate Iu
glishman was quite at the elbow of Mr. Clloate when he their powers being only to equalize. and lire always accessible' to the assensor. the name of Wm. Hampton. Unless
than the government price for wild land. How in exclaimed, "That's the 111&111" Morton F. Plant M expected In It shall be unlawful for the County With the aid of these lists said certificate. shall be redeemed according

the name of common sense the "business governor" The whispered. reply, "Why, that's tho- United Slates Tampa* this week to seek rest and Coinmlesioners to lower the assess the assessors can and should, under to law tax deed will Issue
ambassador," was heard by Mr. Choate. Then follow recreation. As he will stop at the ment of any personal property given the law, uncertain from the report thereon on the 12th day: of jebruary', A.
of the state of Florida expects to increase: revenues ing a presentation and explanation of the unfortunate Tampa Bay Hotel and will not be In by the owner or assessed, by the of .tax ,sales on file In the ofnce P. 1902.:

*< by springing such an idea at this time is more than mistake, Mr. Choate, in his characteristic way said: obliged to worry about where his assessor, which shall not have beenspecified of the clerks of the Circuit Witness my official signature", and seat
>& >, "My lord, the gentleman need not feel l at all disturbed; next meal Is to come from it is under oath. The County Court and of the tax collectors, this the SLIt day of January A. D. 190:1:
PJ*V,;; this paper can tell. But perhaps he had in mind I remember the circumstances very well. If the gentleman thought Morton will find what became Commissioners falling 'to obey this every Mot and parcel of land certl [Ideal 1] JOSEPH PRICE
only-improved city real estate and trust stocks. If had been just a little more polite I would have for. provision shall be subject to a line of fled or sold to the State, for any pre Clerk Circuit Court, Putnam Co ,Florida
called him a hansom cab.' each and suspension. vloua year' covered by the, certlflcates -
dollars
.. : Putnam farmers have been guilty Mrs.\ Mnlrson\ has been awarded. fifty held the in
of State
our county are chargedwltlithe nuw by custody
any rite tux assessors
i NOTICE OF
$lWKagalimt( ) the Oily of 'rampa for APPLICATION FOB
_ .& bonds and stocks of corporations to Imperative duty of ascertaining of tbe clerks. and should ellml Tax Deed Under
of hiding away Injuries mmtalned by falling when Swollen 8 of Chapter
\ ; all of them from the
liable to taxation pate se s-
i' How Jim Corbctt Lost Ills Hank .Job. defective all property .4131w. Laws of Florida.
sidewalk. /She wanted
their burden of taxes while all the time on a : those
rolls to
real ment except reported
just all -
escape and of assetmln; property Notice la
.IOIU) ( ), but the jury thought about hereby given that Williams
The monologue which Is James J. Corbett's vehicle at value and all the assessors. by the clerks each
the full cash ,
with the 'Its
they were yelling "down. plutocrats, |tnoo( would heal her wounded piide. at 4 Company purchaser ot Tax Certificate
the theater this redeemed ,
Temple week is a cleverly connected at its true cash month since "an or sold.
Dullard will make 'em disgorge and Merles of 'l'hlllls the second suit of the kind pOl'lloll"l 1 property difficult No. 311-i, dated the 4th day of June, A. D.
Hews trusts Mr. mighty good stories with no suspicion of braggadocio value.' The bounty Commissioners This la not so a task as I
( has Died
1H04. said
has lost is certificate
the and.
it in
city recently,
or inflated prophecies for the future. Imagine, and even If It Is, the icy
'full to equal- HOIIW
which with power
Cezar of that rightfully are charged ottloe and ha made
render unto a portion there will now be application for tax
thought some
ills best story is a character study of his old Irlnh lie the assessment. of the,real estateIn law positively requires that it shallbe
; : i him. father. Corbett Sr. had secured Corbett Jr. repair work done on the walks.A and for done. In short it is the sworn deed to Issue In accordance with law.
belongs a position their respective. counties,
__ __ ___. Bald certificate embraces the
-- In a bank, which, wan a source of much pride to the young man who claims to be the that purpose may raise or lower the duty of every tax assessor to ascertain described following
situated la
family and a claim for dlstlctlon above their neighbors.Son nephew of Uenernl Christian I>ewet value fixed by the assessor", on any ( all property liable to taxation Florida property_ Putnam
TilE 1'oETAUiCIATE. Jim got into a boyish dIspute out of banking hours the Boer commander and who has particular piece of real estate, but and to .assess. all real property 'it* county E of N W, Wit ta
Section 1
with another pugnacious lad of the landed from the of /Bontli entire lull cash value and all X X. TownshIp
what Gen Sherman said about war. neighborhood Just kopjes : cannot ralH, or lower the assessment personal 10. 118-0
; We know They decided to settle it in a ring and the whole sport Africa.. has been telling the Jacksonville of the county the powers property at its true cash value,' and Range acres.
Would that some other genius of lexicography would ing element of the vicinity went trooping by Corbett, Times-Union the pretty fairy being only to equalizeIt shall be In In also the sworn duty of every tax date The of said the land laaua being of assessed such at the
% ; initiation and tell br.'u, livery stable on the way to the scene of battle. tnle. The' paper says he ban" .n real unlawful for tile County Commissioners assessor to omit from the tax books ice certificate
S rise up at this moment of literary Corbett, /Br.: heard of ills son's coming debut Into till frank face and speaks English fluent to lower the natiessinont ol all property, real aud personal, not In the name of Jos. A. Reid Unless
said
UII what Alfred Austin's poetry may be. One can flstlo arena and implored him for the sake of his ponl- ly. The young man says lie la goingto any personal property given in by subject. to taxation. Any Information certificate shall be redeemed accordIng -
I It
lines and tlon In the bank ($1 per week) to keep out of the'nht. lecture in St. Augiutlne. There the owner or assessed by thelUl8..sor. couocrnlug valuation of Dank or to wrtax deed will l Issue thereon on
; gather, even from the laureate's disjointed The old man almost melted in tears at the prospect of Is really more need of him just now which shall lot have been specified corporate stock not accessible In the 13th day of'February A. I). 1002Witness

; deformed feet, that he means wellbut our Calvinis- Jim's losing his poHltlon. Boa Jim relented.and went to in South Africa. Patriotic Doers are under oiith." your county that (can be uppllec my official", slgnatuie and seal
Sherman the homo of his adversary to apologize and call the fight needed for shooting cuns at home "...0 assess property does not meanto from the' )Htate, Department will be this the (SLIt day of January A'D..1903.S .
I' tic theologians tell us that the place Gen: oil to please his. father. Ills mission, however was Instead of shooting off their mouths the description and value furnished on application. [ &AL] JOSEPH PBICE.

-- f.r mentioned is paved with good intentions. When wholly misunderstood by his opponent, wh01'-wlth lila In a strange land. i from copy a tax book ot a previous year Yours respectfully, Clerk Circuit Court Putnam Co.. Florida.
_ older brother leaped /Bon Jim before he could W. H. JHNNINOB
) upon get it that the assessor must ,
attacks but means
_ of those
is seized with ; NOTICE OF
;. :Mr. Austin one out the apology. --- ascertain" the proper description and Governor." APPLICATION FOR
when he feels a simple, honest sentiment welling up Then bon! Jim waded Into the opposition, and after To County Assessors' of Taxes: full cash value of all property liableto T. x Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter I
licking both brothers went home In much mortification It l Is the duty of the assessors 4888. Law of Florid
taxation. '
it off easi- ,
:; in his interior, why does he not throw as to his father."I Numerous and serious complaintsare andto NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB
received from to make diligent enquiry Tax Deed Under BenUoa S ot Notice is hereby given that William
nearly
Chapter
every portion
Saxan ? am afraid, father, laid Son Jim "that I'll lone
,
.t. all
aa possible and in good plain ,prose my "ascertain from any and sources A Company of Tax
7&K ly Job In the bank now. I couldn't help It. I had to lick of the State!! that much prop..rtyltable records' in the 48WJ) Law,.Florida.. purchaser Certificate ,
,p, k Then we might be able to discover just what the both of them." to taxation escape assessmentand several including county the publlu olllcea, what lands Notice Is hereby given that W. O. No. 5J8. dated the 3rd day of July.: A.D..
in his "You licked thlm both an' the also that valuations in many Townsend,purchaser of Tax Certiorate 1899. ha* filed said certificate In my
he big wan that by
good man means. As long as ,persists (goes low. The and other property are,' or are net office and has made
tho stable ivery day wid the basket. ?" oases are too following No. 741 dated the 3rd day of July A. D., application for tax
;; ; shall be left in doubt, for few provisions of the revenue law, Chapter subject to taxation. The commission deed to Issue In accordance with law.
/rosoJio we
? stuttering "Yes. father; but I couldn't help it. I bate to make the assessors is to compeniHate 16UIJl baa Hied Aid certlnoate Iu toy: offioe, I
4112J.:) : approved June l let, 181)5) relating allowed Bald eerUfioate embraces the
: )
following
,,-. .5. "of ,ua have the dumb patience to follow him to the you worry about that position in the bank.1"Oh. to assessments and valuations for this work to be properly done. and ha* made application for tax deed described
property situated in PutnamCounty
to b-1 will de bunk. Yer licked thlm both to issue la accordance with law. Said
:yer enacted In I8U5, and It
'
i end of one of his ordinary effusions. little devil. Kate (his wife), come In and see de 11 uf- are mandatory. This law was that all officer know eertifloate embrace the following d. Florida, to wit ia .
; Section 19.-Every assessor shall l Is presumed E. X of ii. W. \i, and NLIOfN.: )
He feels the tber he's licked the both of thlm. -Ex. acrlbwl property situated In Putnam
wearies
Alfred us. their duty to
confess that It In sworn
We require any person giving in the the law. I County Florida, to wilt E. J. Beotloa 23, Township 10, Range.. 89BOacree.
of his office too much. Every time thereare amount or list of his personal propertp .-. faithfully perform the"dothi'i. of the N. .
dignity hold prescribed by law. E. 97 A. of W. *{, section 33: township
( to make oath before him that the offices they an The said land being asesmd at the
in this or in Great Britain, A Soldier In Luzon.At of' 11, ruimgs5-97 acre*.
doings country name is full and correct ani( any It Is also the imperative duty bald land being caseMed, date of the Issuance of such certificate.
at the date
his brow and refuslnir to take such1 bam the tax assessor .to omit from? .the I la the
nnrfton of F. Brown
Alfred feels the laurel leayea tickling name Q. Tr. Unless
the of his of
open flap narrow tent hangs a strip of the book all land. not subject to of the J Issuance\ auob enrtlnoate In the
be permitted afterwards tax
shall not to
said certificate shall be redeemed according -
he mistakes the tickling for ideas. Then he seizes midnight skies reduce the valuation made by such taxation. Among the lands. not subject name of Kousler Bro. Unless ...Id oertlfloate to
taw tax deed Issue thereon
Pricked th rough by a myriad point of light that flashin shall be redeemed on
: those certified according to
:4 his pen and makes the world sadder for a few days. his tired eyes. assessor of his personal property for Bold, to to taxation the State are for previous or law. ta*deed will Issue thereon on theUth the 3rd day of February,A. D., 1903.
'rhe valuation of any
The laureate privilege is misused. It was intend lIe has waked from a dream of a summer day, and now, that Item of year. the any for the non-payment of taxes. day: of February A. D., 1902. Witness my official' signature and seal
with a throb of pain, property by taxpayer, year Witness oOolal Miniature and seal this: the 87th day ot D80embe&A., ; !>.,
sold redeemed my
< by or'
unless are
shall In the they
ed M an and painless muzzle to be placed upon He his head his and no case prevent assessor this the 8th of 1901.
easy pillows on young right arm sum- from determining its true value from the State. The revenue law day January A. D. lOOtl.
after he bad written about enough, mons the drea agaln. motion that 'the (88&.11) JOSEPH PKIOE. [UMl] JOSEPH PRICK
a British poet and if he shall ascertain that any provides In 11-1. aasexsor Clerk Ct. Ct.of Putnam County Florida.
4 and wfexre began to show signs of pernicious ac- A pathway barred by shadow and shine, a glow In the item of property I I. too small, he shall not assess. any lot or par- Clerk Circuit Court,Putnam Co.,.Florida.
golden west shall Increase. the same to Its true cul of land certified or sold to the "
$ f .i ; aetivity The laureate implies that the holder has A song In the rustling leaves o'erbead a* a bluebird> I viillm.,. If any taxpayer feel aggrieved State for any previous ;year unless.. 8tockholders' Meeting. Ocean House -OK'THU.. BiCACM.Br. Florida.lUppoilM .

ts q. flniahed his work and has been honored according hushes In nest. at the valuation placed upon such lot or parcel of land BOo certifiedor ( 1Ioo3t.......)
r A slip of A girl In a muslin gin' a cadet In a coat of any Item of property: by the tax assesnor sold shall be included in the Hat Notice I I. "hereby;; given that the Open sU tbe year. Bate*n.09 to Moo per da,.
r; lY'(
: A Sullivan, to be defended"against: all corn- But the Mini little hand be cheers In his 1 i. a half of the, I CommlHsloners at their meeting In assessors. a* now provided by law. of the Wilson Cypress Company of
world away I August, that the valuation may be Section 27 provides. that 'the tax assessor Palatka )o'ls., (or the year llMrj, will
era. It is a life privilege which will follow its recipient adjusted. of thIs state ,shall rauuiveno, be held EUROPEAN
properly a*the office of,the Company RESTAUBIHT.Furnished }
the vibrant, bush of he starry night hum the .
Through
_ ; estate compensation. for assuming Inod .
SectionAI1>> personal
and if Palatka-Fla. '
to Bedlam if he ia sent there, any at 10 o'clock a. II\.
life of tropic clime, subject
not to taxation.
liable to taxation, the value of which which are on Roooms
Wednesday, February 6th ,
man in England can afford to stand mute it is the And under the breast of his khaki blouse the heart. of shall not have been oneclfled under Thin makes it the. Imperative duty for' the election of Director"and 10011
the lad boat time. oath a* aforesaid, shall be estimatedby of the tax as mor,to omit 1 rm llC 1 1< ,such other business Hot and Cold Baths, at
-poet laureate. In a land where an endlm summer reign he dream ofa be assessor at Ita true cash valueaccording .assessment. roll 'an)' lot br parcel of before the meetfnpr. as may come

Peptic vene is a pleasing and! graceful vehicle for June gone by, to his best Judgment and U ni certified or sold the State for any F. H. WIIXON! Sec. FOE3EF T ..JArVlEO'Suoeaaaof

uio&le thoughfo and honest sentiment It well. up And wandering waway aUal Into )hi* tent and carriesalgh'f information, and his failure by neg- previous year' unles directed otherwise Palatk, Fla., Jan. a, 100*. M ( .to Cha*.Kuppn>unh)
a tbs ... .
loct or refusal\ to make such\ atonal by comptroller. I II .UT&Ae. J'IoOBlDAoI
ip9ptojieously! and adda, the charm of muaia to the "Annie 4 T. Coloock la National Maguine.

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A Night With the Pythlans.St. wont OF FlIt&oBUGII.!

WARRANT ANNUll( ;. John's' Lodge of the Knights ofP711)1 Three Blnces In the Olty EarlySaturetay Martin Griffin & "So

*., located in thla city, is the ,

strongest lodge", of the order, both Morning.;

BROWN? Ti mmm O Oilie Of numerclally, and financially, In the, About 1 ::30 o'clock lust Saturday mornIng 1882-1902. j
stale. POSH! an alarm of Ore was turned la. and WStsr
bly one reason for this _ SS Cox.: "I-iOianoaa.! : :) a-n.ca. : : Sti., .1
upon Investigation the old Acacia bakery,
condition In to bo found In the fact I sI --. '*
that It never does things by hnlven formerly operated by II. Orahsm at the WHOLES A LE. A ND. RETAIL DEALERS IN'*

T e Jhrfer o 01! Engineer Wesson din l The piibllc Installation of its new officers corner of Lemon and South Sixth streets, : .
S I Ik Bonn, Doors, IllinoIs, PoIuU.. Oils, Lead, Flows Flow Fixtures: "Cultivators 1
last Thursday WHS found to be on Ora. It..... only a ,
Iron
night, together E Stool Barbed Wire Smooth Wire,
fear minutes work for the department toextinguish Wire Drills. Bonders Hone Bakes, Scythes, ,
en Anomer C CAce. wHIi its magnificent literary and Netting Staples, Tin Ilonllng Corrugated
inimical program, the whole windingup the blaze, and little damagewas S hooting '.'.. bootleg Snathes, .Potato Forks, Shovels: Spades, 1"

done. Hoofing Nails Hewer: Pipe. Well rick Axos, Saws, Cutlery, Mlllhupplles, ,
.J. B. Brown, njleged murderer of with a grand ball, made an enter- Ion, Chimney Flue. t'IlPHr'l

engineer!! Harry E. Wesson, will not 'talnmunt of such positive worth nsto department had just gotten into Cartridge", Shells Powder, Wails, Packing Files Pumps, Bubtlt: Mot.a1 .,

hang on' the 24th met He may not make the name of Pythian synonlPIOUH the various stations when anol her alarm Pricunrc, shot, Saw Handle, Axe Plum bag.., Woodonwaro Tinware Gran.Itewure ;,1

hang at all. Attorney John E. Mar with success. was sent In. The two buildings onou dl.... Rake Handing, Hoe Handles: Lanterns and Burners. /

hall of thin city, who was appoInted Brushing aside the ritualistic ritesof pled by E"O. Kelley ss a plumbing shop, S. Stove Hammnr Furnluhlugs Handles File Stop Handles Ladders., Btovi's: Cash,. EoDiorabor We carry the oalebra\edO. K.

a by the court to defend Brown hn" re'- the InHttillatlon ceremony, by simply corner Lemon and Fifth streets, was the Drawers I Stoves and.ltangea. ; 'iN' "

.celved the following letter: from the stating that from the gavel of soene of the second blaze and when the .

guvernor the'|grand commander to the. gran- flremeu arrived the Ore had gotten a IN OUR STEAM FITTING DEPARTMENT 1 1WE

T ALr.AHASSRR: Jan. IB, 1002. dour of Dr.]< !'tes' sword swing, it was good start and threatened the destruction 0 '

John K. Marshall, Esq., pretty. We will got (o the programof of that entire,block as well as the CARET A FULL LINE OF .

PalatkILlI"IA. interest one ou the opposite side of the etr< t i S f
greater to the uninitiated S.
; a-\Lages'
Dear &ir
:- F1pe F
tt1ngs
:
The firemen battled bravely for more 15i ,
,
I have your favor of the hum -that of the music and recitation ,,, .b j'
lust. enclosing certified" of order. The orchestra music than an hour and a halt and fought the '
was pleading.
obtained the matter of copy the writ of The violin Bolo by Miss Brooks, of Ore Inch by Inch, using shields made of : '" -oro.:::: .]. :es, :EtO. :
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error In the case of J. B. Drown, convicted Boston, made one think of (Camel. doors and box lids, while the heat was 1 Im' .

1U01 of of the murder circuit at court the fall of J term>UtUlLIncounty. of Urso And Kdouttrd. Remenyl. The soIntense, that their faces and necks We make a specitrlty of Sanitary Plumbing amid Sterna Fitting..,. ; ," ,

and beg to advise you that 1 violin in her hands become a were blistered.. Their labois were rewarded S ---- ----
have thin day annulled the death song bird. The trio by Mesdnmes however for they succeededIn

'warrant sheriff to in return this cane the and HBIIIB directed with the the Hamm and Smith and Mr. Vickers, extinguishing the blaze and saving I-- - -- Thieves Did Not Break ThroughAnd

copy of the record attached thereto entitled "Memory," received. vool- much valuable property adjoining. -
The J. B. Brown-alli-god/ murderer of engineer Harry. K. WKHHOU, hone
to thin oflloe. forlous encore, showing them to be Kelloy shops showed unmistakable
execution was fixed for the 24th Inst., hut whose death warrant has been
Yours JENNINGS truly popular favorites, who were entitledto signs of having been set on lire, for annulled by (lov. Jennings pendIng an appeal to the Supreme Court.
W. "S." when Jhe Brat stream of water turned From Steal. All Our Goods. '
Uovernor. the distinction. You ur Mr. Dell] was a photograph made for the News In jail after conviction.

At the Canova'a. mandolin solo of "Scenes on, it bad no effect whr tever In. subduing g
time of conviction Attorney -- -- -- --
that are Brightest" was really a the blazing weather boarding Where Mother
Marshall wag given 60\ days bJudge AVan. .
We
During this Ore still another alarm Make Fine
sweet and
Bullock In which to present.a bill of: thing, Miss Devereux'svocal "Speaking of Woman's clubs," sild a .1
exception This bill was approvedby solo, "A Dream" was rendered was Bounded. This called) \ part of the, lady to tbe News the other day "re COtl.feoti.ori.sAnd:: :: We still have some attractive Bargains left which ,.we invite : :
Judge Bullock the 9th of this in such a manner as to add still department to the St. George Hotel, auc minds me that no other town of Its size:
'. on greater laurels to that popular by a bit of luck and well\directed work the In the worl I has so many women's clubs who Eats "
vocalist.
month, and the record in for- everyone in other} d.
appeal
blaze w.s located in the roof on the ell as Topoka. Kansas. At a meeting the you to come some way an '
warded to the supreme court by express Federation of Woman's clubs at Seneca it wants more. j..
last Saturday.. It was docketed Mills Isabelle Jones recited "The next the court house, and was soon extlnguUhed. not long since one of the speakers toldan ,I
: Light that Fulled" in such a charmingly anecdote to Illustrate how club life Our Chocolates and Bon Bone
Tuesday the. 14th. The 60
days 'natural manner that the The Ore boys had a hard night of It, permeates. everything In the Kansas January is the Month of Bargains,
"given, by Judge Bullock in which to author capital. The anecdote la as follows: are always Fresh and Pure.
but their Well\ directed efforts
file appeal are not up yet., Mr. Ma r. could he have heard it, would probably Three little Topeka boys were talk. -

) shall was seen at his office by the thank God that he was permitted to saved Palntka a costly blaze.If Ing about the times and places of their. Ice Cream Ice Cream Sodaand And we have some Big Ones in our
News Wednesday morning. He said write the pathetic story. there are flre- bugs In this town birth. '! was born on Tyler Street' ,
: Mrs. H. 8. Wilson accompaniedMiss there Is some wqrk on hand for the police said one boy 'and I know whom the other
"While the J. B. Brown cane In now house Is, too." The next' little fellow
department or a vigilance com Dry Goods Clothing and Shoe Departments.
,
under review by the supreme court \ Peveraux's golo) and Miss said : *I know where I was born too. It Hot and Cold Drinks. ,
upon error, and I haw great hopes Brooks' violin solo on the piano, ml ttee. was down here on the avenue, and I can

of a reversal of the Judgment rendered and W. U. Tilghman accompaniedthe take you right to the place." The third FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.The S. E. BOND CO.
trio III Entertainment and Dance. boy hesitated a moment and theo said :
their usual
at the November term of cour It masterful Under,the aueploea of the Woman's '1 don't know where. I was born. But 1 I Children are welcome; they always -' I .

would not be proper to give you any manner. Fortnightly Club, the children' auxiliary know there wan't anybody at home but seem to enjoy It. _ -- 'Sf

detail, but my position in this I desire Rev. William Wilson DeHart was department will give an entertainmentand the grandpa club'and" me 'cause mother was at Fine Cigars and Tobaccos. A. E. WILSON, GEO. E. WELCH T. B. MERRILL,
a revelation in fraternal
to lee the murderer of Harry E. The oratory dance at the Armory Friday night. ..._ L. A. SMITH. FBBSIDBNT. Tics PBESIDENT. CASBIB..
Wesson receive the punishment due good man forgot his ecclesiastical -
to him for the crime the! state voice-left It in the Tampa. recto The object of the entertainment is toral.e List of UiK'lalmocl Letters.The TEE
,' yet funds for town and Putnam National Bank '
Improvements :
following Is the list ot unclaimedletters
does not demand a victim. I hold ry. lIe Is an orator-a natural one.
our citizens should show their appreciation In the Palatka postoflloe January I ,
that the His words come easy and fast, are to When it -
evidence adduced at the trlnl by a large atteadeuoe. 14, 1U02. comes to '.
or Pal atka.
the point, so the Pythians and .
did not warrant conviction and did l say, The News is requested to announce UKNTLKMKHS' LIHT.Alkon .
I not believe J. at. time he becomes pathetically elo- Daniel Joe T.
firmly B.Brown to be that the of the Brown
Innocent I certainly would not have quent.' If be cannot boom the Pyth- seating capacity armory lull, Fred Chnntberlln Lyon TABLE SUPPLIES We solicit the accounts of the people throughout Putnam County and tender all.
will be sufficient to accommodate all. Durby.Thin, A.. La Brno. L. K.
lans one else In the order need try..
done the work I have In'his no ,
cane, beIng :. In addition to the entertainment, Summer,JIM.! PadKOtt. ,Joul the courtesies and accommodations consistent with' good Banking.
He talked for
over an hour. Then
merely appointed by the Court to homemade sandwiches KutleOice, W..1. WIlHon H.LADIKS' -- -
candy. and
We have
idea that
an
we can please
the dance began and thOMe'who
.
defend him without pay and not ns a coffee will be for sale At tdNT.Allan 30TH YEAR OF PROSPEROUS BUSINESS.
retained attorney." stayed enjoyed that, too. The armory a previous Ann DarncMi,Rna (I. yoUf and not, at the same time, UnnecessarIly
crowded. affair of this kind, given some time ago Jones,, LliBlo Thompson Lcwla
The murder of Harry E. Wesson was .. .., r there was a great demand for the home Taylor Ads Trui'II, Lisle deplete your exchequer. ACKERMAN & STEWART

was the most revoltingly diabolical By Way ttt Entertainment. made candy and the supply was. soon Wllllunu, EiwtlrIt. I To supply ,
crime ever committed In Palatka. A M. KIRBY, P. :M.
but the ladles
exhausted that
shudder 'ot 'the The Woman's Fortnightly club has say a goodly _.._ STILE
horror ran through In store for the people of Palatka quantity will be on band Friday night, -
Wholesale and Retail
city.: There was little If any cleii what promises much in the way of so rest assured you'll get all that is coming U RUMANIA Wholesome Edibles Druggists. *

upon which the police could work; entertainment. The coming event to you In the sweetmeat line.
but all negroes ,who could by which the News is authorized: to announce Ufo Insurance Coin puny of
any for the Au excellent program has been arranged at moderate cost is our ambition in JUST RECEIVED J.ARUE For Spring
stretch of fancy be implicated in the Armory on the nightof New York. Fresh Garden Seed 0
Monday the 27th Inst. will be a for the occasion. life. The store literally filled with LOT JLANDUSTUTl I'lanUnllo,
affair were gathered in. Brown wait combination. musical and All those Band In your ordura.
literary affair socially Inclined will have BO Organized laM), has been operatIng -
one of them. None of Wesson's with refreshments and dancing. < .. good; thliigH.
m Florida since
opportunity to Indulge In their favorite 1H01 und r the -
mfsslng property was found. The entertainment l Is being arrangedas amusement as dancing will be a feature nnmigemont; of U. Loper Bailey, :IN'DU ccrtJQEcj: : :: : !. ..
Brown la a worthless negro. Guilty a benefit, to the Public Library to l'ILllI.tka.aL.\ GOOD TEA and COFFEE. 35 cents per bottle. Guaranteed by
keel which In its present state of of time evening. Good music has been
A large biinlnens has been written
or not the town would be better off excellence and usefulness requires secured, and an enjoyable time is In not only In Palatlca anti l Purnam Co., GOOD BUTTER, ACKERMAN STEWART DRUGGISTS.Headquarters .
rid of him and hU. ilk. flu: d.d he money and a great! deal more money but -
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store for those who attend. throughuutthe entire 8i ate. -- -5- -- I
csl.lullnltthe murder? The Jury which than Its lugltlnate revenues will sup- Admission 10 cents. All desirable forms of policies of Finest of HAM\ and BACON

listened to his case said he did. }[ewa. ply.The for the ,.. I Life Insurance Ixxued. for
program forthcoming All claims are paid I Immediately "We deliver to
goods
sentenped. The day of execution any part
entertainment has not been fully I
: on receipt of proof of death: the to -
wee fixed for Friday of next made up but enough of musical and $ City fiappenlugs dud $ lowing letter- lx a mvmple, 'of many of- the- City.-- FINE LIQUORS
.e
week. At the time of his trial there literary talent him been promised to received at the Pnlatku olllue: ,
guarantee that It will be a pro- f Personal mention. (Copy)
was a strong public feeling, and that I $ $

feeling demanded a victim. Brown nounood Boston has,success.promised Miss a violin'Brooks solo of, ........ O.PALMKTTO Lqi'KK: llAir.KV, }'18., ,Dee HO), 11)01.JK. L. C Stephens Such as the Famous Green, River 4

was convicted on Jail bird testimony. and :Miss Isabella Jones will recite Prof. I. I. Dimes of the High Manager Uttrmnnia Life Ins Co., Without head
Thatsort of testimony Is of the shady and give an exhibition drill with 1H school is authority for the statementthat Pniatka, Fliv.' Rye, a Whiskey a S

variety. It was an alleged confessionof little children between the ages of 6 some IB extra pupils have been Dear Sir:-I beg to acknowledge receipt ache Golden Wedding Jed Clayton,
and 12 years. There will be a piano enrolled in the school since the holiday of draft In full settlument of Kirby and Morris Sts. ,
the accused made to fellow font
solo by Mrs. H. H..Wllson-and some vacation.Mr. policy\ No.. 87,518 on life of my son, Lord Baltimore Rye, Paul Jones .Private -
black prisoner. Such testimony always pne who knows how to do the trick Walter K. Parrlsh, doceaxed. Every
leaves a reasonable doubt. right:l will preside at pianola. Then F.J. Fearnslde went to his old courtesy wits shown me In settlement Stock &c.
here; will be vocal music by well home in Madison last Sunday:! for the of this claim, and 1 NOT JE 01' APPLICATION FOR ,
maintains heartily reconi-
Brown stoutly his Inno. local of sister who Is Tax Dee I Under Section 8 of Chapter '
known artists; then something purpose visiting a mend the Uermiinia to all
oenee. If lie is guilty the News hopes food In the way eating; then.chanceto quite 111. Mr. Fearnslde returned Insurers., / Very truly proxpeetve 48SH!! Laws of Florida. Go to West End Saloon

be will be hanged and hanged good shake It all down with a little Tuesday morning on the early train. (Signed) J K. PAKUigir. Notice Is hereby given that Williams ,

and plenty; but It doesn't want to dancing to /good mimlo. Miss Mary Crevson. who la making Full particulars' regarding! the t Company purchaser of Tax CertificateNo.
see any man dangling from. rope'send There is plenty of talent for entertainments the; east coast towns in the Interests 'Qermanln Life" and Its plans furnished ((149, dated tile 5th day of April!, A. J. W. Hagan.
of this sort in Palatk, of the department of the upon application to U. LOPUK D., IH'ja, bee filed' Bald certificate In tnyoflloo
If there In a reasonable doubt as and pride In this fact .should be sufficient St.: Augustine advertising Evening Record, of JAII.KV Manai...r Palntka Flit and has made application for tax
to his guilt. to crowd the hall at. thecomlngnuslcole. which department Is the deed to I issue in accordance with law.
It were better that 99 guilty men Let all give the ladle a was In Palatka this week. manager She Is NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB Said certificate embraces the' following ------ -

should escape than that one negro lift lu -a this most- .worthy-r p enterprise. a solicitor.bright young lady and a successful Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter County described, Florida property to wit situated: in Putnam I-- :--If Your House Could 4

should suffer unjustly. Daughters of Confederacy.Patton 4888, Laws of Florida. N. E. t of S. W. }. Section 23, Township WalkaAroulul Town
We don't need victims, but we do Richards" Prhigle's", famous Qeor- Notloo U hereby given that Williams 10, HanKC 30-40 acres. r
need a speedy punishment of mur Anderson chapter of the gla minstrels will appear at the opera ot Company, purchaser of Tax Cortllloata; / The said land being assessed at the --a II .n the people would soon learn It was
United Daughter.* of the Confederacy house thus (Thursday) evening. The No. 63 i, dated tbe lat day of Juno A. D., date of the Iwuanae of such certificate S ,__ foraaleorforrent.
derers. Is> arranging to entertain the company numbers 40 members every DUO\) ,. has filed said certificate In my In the name i f Unknown Cnle-s mid
The community can afford to await seventh annual convention of the one of whom Is said to be popular in office and has mad application for tax certificate shall. be redeemed according ff A NEWS want ad will tell the

the action of the Supreme Court, United Daughters ot the state in this its line of entertainment. Those d..d to Issue In accordance. with law. te law tax deed will Issue thereon on the news promptly and cheaply, and

which will determine whether ha is to city on' Wednesday, January 29th. who laugh easily, and most of us do Said aertllloata embraces the following IHth day of February A. D. 1902. ;=: nearly all the people In town will sea
Mrs. 1'. O. Bessent state 'correspond that; will probably enjoy the enter- described property sltuatod In Putnam Witness HIT:' oDlutal. slitnature and seal l ; : it. f
have. new trial or not. ing secretary, urges upon evert- chapter tainment. Minstrels and circuses County Florida to wit: this the IBth-day of January A'D. 1902.:. : .
.. ... of the state that they send as never get chestnutty. B. W. 14dB. W. \i, N. W, 1 of S. W. [iseami| JOSEPH PRICE. -. S NEWS want ads sell anything:, buy

In Their ;New Store. many delegates as they officers are entitled Miss Estan Roxenburg, the accomplished 1 W.ofN E. i lots, 1V. I. Heatloa, Clark Circuit Court, Putnam 0.-.. F orlds anything
to, and that alls te be present Township 10( Range tlO 100 Feb. 13 An advertisement of few la
of Dr.: < acres' a cents
daughter \ 0f4en-
Clay. Bros.. the well-known wholesale *
as well a* the chairman of
every The
said land
burg.. who Is now flnUhlJij her being assuaged at thedate i PALATKA NEWS want ad will
and retail )
grocers ,of this city committee that they render
may a
of the Issuance of such certificate Leaders of the Irish nationalist '
musical education Professor Ker-
opened their new store on Mon- report of their year's work. rlson's musical Jacklonvllle In the name of Estate B. F. Robert party> have decided to raise the whole : prove. profitable Investment
day. Ever since the purchase of the The meetings will be held In the conservatory,
Unless. said certificate shall be r doero.ed Irish question again by offering an Try one next week.
attended the K. of P.
Graham House block last fall this
Armory and Hon. tt. J. Hilburn has
according to law tax deed will issue amendment in reply to the address .
installation and dance at the -
firm has been engaged in remode'ing! the local armory
3e
requested by
n chapter thereon from the
on the 3rd day of February. to King Kdward's speech
last Thursday night. The
the Lemon street part of the building to; make the address of welcome. many
will A. D 1902.WItness throne on the !' of the British LANftST1&Ie
friend of Miss ROIIenburg here opening
into convenient shape for the A glance at the list of names of
my official. signature and anal parliament. This amendment will
be dellghted learn of her
progress
housing their extensive business. oincers and committees of the
state his the 37th day of Deeember A. call attention to the manner in which
D.
ID her musical studies. At the conservatory ,
The entire three floors each
Is
Riving a organisation shows that this city
she is considered the rights of free speech and public MMMMMH HMSSSMMMMBM MM SW S SS. .M S SIBS B BSWS9S mM *
.apace 40x00 feet, are occupied and an to be honored In having among Its among 901.Seal
elevator. lifts to the upper floors guests on this occasion no Inconsiderable the more advanced pupils and Rives [ ] JOSEPH PRICE meetIngs; are being; suppressed In The Great '
Ou Car Line
which arm used for reserve stock portion of the noble women of promise of developing ,marvelous Clerk Ct. of Putnam Uounty, Florida. 'I Ireland by administrative orders. Through From Florida.

The salesroom occupies the ground Florida who are laboring to keep ability. ___ __ _u __ ___ __ ___ ___ CONETECTIOITS:
floor. It is a model establishmentand alive those sentiments of patriotism. The row of brick buildings on Front ,
ranks with the best stores of the or love of country, which will 'ever Street which have been entrusted to the w-f Taa ATLASTIO UOAST laws, via Charleston, Richmond and
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kind jn the largest cities of the coun- have its source In the home life of a care of Attorney Henry Struns ss agent mmmmmmn.mmmm"" TO HOOT} Washington. : .
try. It has a metropolitan air and nation. These Daughters are orgiin- are putting on some "agony" this week 1HE 11 I THS S01T1Iua.: RAILWAy via Savannah Columbia, and Waah.*\\, ..
tile scrupulous neatness' of the placeIs heed to perpetuate sentiment, not In 10 a new coat of paint. Mr. Btruns bas ingtoo. '. ,
not its least commendable char its narrow conception, but In that sat an example to Palatka business I i VIA ALL BAIU
acteristic. broader sense made possible by a. reunited property owners which we trust will be Che Pal atka Hews The Southern R'y via
Jeaup Atlanta and Cba
A town is Judged largely by the where "Mother taDoolla.
country quite[ generally emulated. Palatka has .... TO West t L The Loulivtll Nashville via Montgomery.
Character of Its business houses, and. Home and Heaven" are ever Its reason to feel a pride la its business } The Southern % $
:= THE: R'y via Savannah, Columbia and Ashovllle
establishments modeled attar that of sweetest words. Not only will the looks.., They have cost lots of money
The Mobile
Ohio
B. B.
lay B.... will prove an important Patton Anderson chapter welcome and one of the best ways. to keep themIn j via Montgomery.
factor in the building up of any city. hum,. but all the people will feel a condition of being worth all they E Does all kinds of Modern Book and Job Printing Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New. York
The firm has been in continuous honored by their coming. cost Is to dress them up In fresh paint TO Ra 11} Philadelphia and Boston,via BIlk: for N. Y. Wash and BaIt.
business In Palatka- for IS years. It ..... .. whenever they begin to look seedy. E: at popular prices.E -as THE I Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Transportation Company -.
has thrived here and has
now that It Fellow> Cltlseiist lor Baltimore. .A. 'p\
into home the entire : Palatkans who desire to contribute
city gotten will take a palatial an especial pride In Ton are all Interested In good clothes. toward the fund now being raised The office is! equipped with the newest ma- VIA BTSAMSHIP.; r. ".'.
I So listen. Mr. Alexander whom most U B Mall Steamships of the Peninsular A Occidental Stnanfe
,
any future forward. strides It throughout the country for the pur- ToKe West ,,
make. may of you know as a Tailor of exceptional pose of erecting. McKinley memorial El: teriul, and the class of work turned out equals in ship Co. Port Tampa to Key West Havauah in oonneot'n wltH /-< ,

'._ ._ ability, will be at our store with a (full at the martyred president's late as- AND } The Plant System. 'lIt. /,: '

f Special Service -for Mom display of of next cloths week.on :Tuesday We want sod you Wednesday to.,I calling home in on Canton Postmaster, Ohio may Kirby.do so The by style that of any Job Printing Establishment in HA7AHAH j Three Ships Mondays Every Thursdays Weak\Leave and Port Saturday Tampa 7 st m.- > ,fj.'AJ !

Rev. Douglass Matth wn{rector of see the line and H It so happens that work of raising this fund Is In the I I
St. Mark's Episcopal ohnrch announces you are going' to need a custom made lands of an association composed of Ethe South. Give us a call and learn somethingabout cs To is KOY aarros ItOO'I'IA'A. Via Boston and Canada. Atlantis and Plan Steamship LfnJf tu /, 't '.. .'' ,
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a special/ service for. men at suit, we will uk you to let him take life-long friends of the dead presi- raises sewasnaasLAPDS.. Balli... Hawkesbury and Oharlottsto-wn. / :'" ,: I
the church next Sunday evening at your measure. Ha can build clothes dent, ami the Idea of the associations good work at modest prices. TOUtf't ..:, ,t -
7::46. Mr. Matthews snys that ha has : right. His line will represent only the to make this memorial a tribute I WINTER TICKETS will be on sals throughout the NOBTHEBW, \.._(\
l been privileged to work In this city : cloths to be worn by well, dressed menthe from the people-a public aub crlP-1 E: == EASTERN, WESTERN and SOUTHERN STATES to all Florida Brnorts vte. .
for the past year. and that there are coming leason. Fearnslda ft Oo lou of small sums. Those who contribute I Hlant System,'iatlog tbe season 1901-lDOa limited to return until May 81,'wta '
many things he has been anxious to S _.. ,5- will In time receive an a'> PalatRa flews job Office lltteral: stop-ovor privileges In Florida. ADDRESSES OF PASTIES IN TETR
say to men which ho humbly behaves Princess louise. the eccentric mowledgsmant in the shape "t a as- NORTU sent to the undersigned will be liberally supplied with. aU Inform.. .Miia i'
would be worth their while to hear, daughter", of King Leopold of Bel- souvenir now being prepared.by the I and advertising matter. '", j
but that such Is time Irony of circumstances igni who was divorced from her bas- association == For Information .. to BatM. Sleeping Car Beservstloo. eta> call oa or wrls t.,' ::
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that those men ha is most bank, Prince Philip of Saxe-Coburg- RussdlJltktr$ Propriety F. M. JOLLY, DlTlBloa Passenger Agent, '" .
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eager td address- are seldom found in (oths, and who has been held |>raoically WANTED-Sewing by: the day at- 19S West Bay Street, Astor' Block! Jacksonville, Fl ,\ ..IIIJ.'.... ,,
the pews on !Sunday: For this rea a prisoner In. a rstrsnt, near regular prices.' Satisfaction. "guaranML ," W. 5.. LflfNIIAii.. a. W.WRNILT _10. '. ..
Y son 'he wishes thus publicly to re- Dresden for tits )last two years, has .. Apply Mrs. B. M. Hurrell.: at mlUULlUlUJUUJ! lUJUJUJU11 UU1 mu1IumluuuluU C .., .,.. S G a. Superintendent.. Bossy .. .J .0"- ..' '
their at thin sarrloo been Mrs. S.E.J Bond's r S .Savannah. Oa"j: ,'
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Crescent] City The Ladles. Aid Society the Presbyterian To Golf Club Member MEDICINAL HELPS.CliAppmt ( vlown are find "" order
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fl) .. one ot the. moHt. beautiful. '; location A In" F lor*. afternoon church with will MtH.JDr.meet next Iteeves.Friday The annual meeting( ; 'of the Crcs-. tianili.. ornoknd. Him. and ronghtionof overlook*beautiful Croiicont Lithe on otbarIt one t above We have

I'i1r' .' lda,anThe town I In lit tho iwiiUiunMifim' purt or City Country Club will bo hold In I the the, eCu uri, (|11I1"kly,, by 11ANNEH HALVlt, Hlilaaiill oh..rm"1 Inks Stolla on tile strictly pure line of edibles at a moiL'st advance ClSt. an .ld""

v .,,'1, & Putnam,county, M mile, from rali.tka:: ,, and' t IHreached Tim Maunders Bros., of this pluco Parlors of Urove Mail on Friday" tliu'' .numt.. htmltiia\ roliuinout... lu tho worldl.miiiiU' .squint, bnmolko piece, ulwaj wail I Inlloil it .
when oomoa goods of
d.- by either Htnamor or railroad. (mm* Jan. 17th HHia:.! at !11:1111(> t>HUt Driiif Hinge.TimefrAgllehsbo.. who enjoy' the r.t wlileli that buy anyone In qur line, t rent
f oeutOlty: Hot on high" round, whloh rlmiHinnoefully '- are among t the most successful IritpI : p. m "rs wil. 1"0.0 we a cheaply a

..' "* I 4j : from .the. wetit bank. of orottcont Luke. .IIi pel'I 8 in the slate. During the winter for the ensuing year are to be elected, AiitMttn. 'nrowtnfr child VBllMIP1JUK. are.trungtio.lie.l thin oiy amr. We the highest piloe for EGGS and
_.. by VUllCtt OllBAM BIUYCLINO.MAONIKICKNT That's all the kind we keep. pay
i \I.I..h.etolule"rw..rIH iiillun In IUIIKIII made ; hUNTING, ,
and other ;
reports biiHiness of i UItHINU
they a great otters and .
"- *> trap many It U OH troy* worm* ffutt diKontton & mort
.o ..0 "'. place la well laid out tn town and grove' other fur bearing animals the shins Importance to the club l is to bit trans. work,.mid! MI: r' hulldiiUi: bud> PrluoitfroeoUi.Lou COUNTRY PKOpUOE. Suppose you give us a trial order for OKOOEIUE3. Wo
: 'the: former: oouBtitutliiK'.a portion' : of the, : of which they usually ship to" the .acted. It In hoped there will be a naa Drug Bloro.IIP GOLI LINKS

S. 4. -; $ but NIX, blookH in wid ill lying boiwmm two market. Last in full attendance of members.. BANNfttt SALTS: Two blocks from the uofol.' Use of LlDltfl free at the prices and you can't at the goods.
) ChlciiRo; year a season have Idea will not grumble
.
r- lakes-lake Oromient on the nriHt und lake Htella. dftfift't cure your nil OH* your tnnney. will be r an you
c onjine w..at. The;level of luke 8tella' la
1 1 L Hliihur4han thatot; lako i ,: perfect drainage The I water of lake Btuiin room boa been ooouplod daring the MILLER
: : since Christmas last they have forwarded WlinBonver tiiui cultured tram p11cC know Iv,1 J. W.
Item lie aouroeln aprlng I mid. lp kept auaolutoly. how painful' and trouhloBoinn' they or.. IAD iiMuon 'mid those who desire noonminoilHtlon ,
t4 r' over tUX)) worth to market. To Open the Xyou 1'llt1181011. plwttto
pure by tbe town autlmrltltia who have made It HBUCRRYK P1LK O1N 1MBN1' Is gimrat' shoUld
,.. S mUilomeanor; :: to ol any: wk':': \ :I It. 1 It i is a hard business. but the Messrs. Among the arrivals by Saturday' t.r:: tore |>llora. I'ricn BO omit lu bottluM: .* for tha coining aoiuan
'. c .frrfsi.,: .The Plant HyHUim, the went Siiundurn. seem to enjoy it. rubes.70 000"" I/ouaU* Drug. store." addrniM the (proprietor, CRESCENT CITY.
? c bnkof steamer Mis. Cornelia
lake Htulla two mlloe from the. townS were Lyon

,.S S >ud a little. Hleamel. oonvwye paanimftera and! Friends here have received cards and Miss. Lyon, of Orossn isle, Micl TAli You I.Mhnilld,Kbtiolutely know tile that.boat. POt.ttY'9 for nil HONEY fllHentuM,: AND 01 -- -

S .1 freight to and from.tbe town and Ureaouut City iinnouiu'lnK the approaching mar. I Ran. The ladles went direct to the tliront., and lUll, II.. Dunlnn are autliitrlnot/ William C Norton ------- -
JOnuthon the
t railway utatlon.
); ri //fII r Tb....rtp.by atuamur from Ptilntka. or Jnoknnnvilln rin go of Mr. Oeorge 8. Uoudu-le and Orove Hall where they will remain In KunrniiUitt. ... It 'to give MAtiittftu.lon. 1.00005'Drug It Surprising -

t5hL Ir .st leoue. 01 the 10..., AollKhtCul watvr. rldimmtnewholu Miss Frances Mayme Henwood.. The several days and until their handsome Stoic.TiC '

S 5 'b ., lakes: Ibla trip country ID hold. and entranced::. the:,, panaongcr from;: start who tOntea. ceremony IH scheduled to occur at home on Soul h Park street catn SENT) properties pimrwiiB .K. range of IULLARD ot userulnofla SNOW gnmtnIliiitt LIN Fla.CRESCENT The amount of First-sluss) S

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S t S S At point( nine mllea eoiivlt of Talatkn I Hancock(, Michigan, on Wednesday be put In shape for occupancy.Mrs. any otttnr mut...,. A tS S t the .....mor luaven the at.Johus and entert 22d.! Inst aud the .. Lyon i is one of the pioneers ot In evnry tmimohold, especially whnre there rooblhlrmi
S S r JDeap .rtvor, it rather narrow ) but ......"..,..* January : : young cou- modern Crescent City She, .. .that,U l la n S troam hued on either ehlo by a think, growth plu will bo. at .home after March 1st. cam/ bUoauta. 1.uui..te'. Drugstore. Tl1'' oo"'orthl&,; Caps, Shirt : ,
tS S of oyproea., Rub and palmutu..verlinido hornetS The prospectivejrioom.la an old Crex- here with her liiislmntl in the palm FOR PNEUMONIA. Hotel I. now .n..r.

S t5 ;. 55 S S prlm:tval': T lie river:, ourvoe are Hharp: ami' :: cent (City boy, and; a Hon of Mr. and days of the Potter House, bark(, i III l>r' O 3.IMnlmpt AKIIUW., Chin' scyci! "I hfiv II t,1B, mllll,nyo"t oMm. Etc., Sold by
Ireq000tand. there never a 1 bug loach" Oh l lwater Mis. H. \V. (HOOllitl.. Hals i a graduate W's.() It was thdn! that the big house humS FOLBY' HONEY AND TAil In three varfivnre s.C. Cook .E. C. Walaa, both orOhn""lu"
15 4 in alght After nine nilloa ot truvulthrough ,. reniilu
caneHof with good
tt S I Ibis dream thenutumor" emergoa Into' in mining engineering\ and holds on Park street was erected. Beside In evnry oa, o." pneumonia liewareut.ublitiioe. : LouodaDrnff ". N. V.. wh.r they have bail

S 5, the broad and, ,boautiftil. ., Lake Oro.ouni., A..... a ri-KiioiiHtblu,' position lu his profesHlou this Mrs. Lyon and her datighiterown. BUiro. many. youra of experience In oatorlnu t IbouoI"rl C. L. CHAMBERLIN

_S 5ff tS of an hour City and a tile half.laiida"..m.r'thee. eouthnrumoHt.pVHHeuffitr. HIUreeoeut In the big copper mining district much other town property. They Many a brlnht slid happy hoHnhnld haa, been of visitors t the ooabraUid| IjikCtifiutitiiftm ,
S tk have not boon here III two and thrown: Into sadnesS, I aim Borrow health,.. ot tile AliseinhI '.
T lall 4S S S every ritoaUay, Thuiildny" and HiiturUay, the big house had begun to take on i. ,1."lh..1 I 1hvo,1 HUHFHOUNU ono from BY ft UUP noglooU In the .grant m.l.I.1mAt.LAitii The house Inn bean thoroughly ronovntoc. Crescent City.

S Palatk. at a p. in. the Hiuno, daya. Itoturuluif, lonesome look, and 1 Its great root cure I"r onitdhB, oolilH, and nil pulmonary,,, / alinimui. and will aflbrd a hot, ploiuuint' borne for
w h the boat and leave* UronouutUliy 7 .on Vlondny WuUnneday Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pratt arrived lookout wax. becoming a roosting .. Price,26.and. au canui.. Lou"",' Drug winter vI8"0. The tiililo In aui>plle Friday at a. m arriving at &l'n
b ',. latka, :at 1O a. m tand nt Jaukeonvllltj. : at 4.10.:: from their home In the Green Mountain place for buzzards.CreHcnnt : Store. the bent the market. aBnrdn. Halos made people want.
'. parson oror. took tho muanior Cret- state oil Saturday and stopped} not Frank Trondwoll Bnnnntt, I...., wan. troubled. '
S City people only known on application.
S t1.0; creauent) city wlihout evpurlunuiuM: : ; ; Itt C'rent-ont Inn for a day or two are. with.. shinny dl.enHu lor two your. He writes. 4 Hamilton-Brown Shoes and Shield Brand Hats are guaranteed, as 8 also are
A5 to have and her FLALonnd's
Mrs. .
glad Lyon CRESCENT CITY
new aeusntioua of ba l taboO mweral' klmln" otkhlnoy rmnnilloH\
pleasure and elton nitn
S S little oily mak.uiiy moo or a woman etop a lltu pending! the opening of their winter charming daughter with I hem again, but with little, nenoflt.:: Plnnlly: I tried FULEV ( Monarch, Sweet Orr ft O's. Shuns, and Oorlls and Coon Collars at 2 for 25 ce ts.

? long lover of the plane.SS outtage. Miss Pratt will not comedown but they are delighted at the KIDNKYCUHB. and a one dollar bottle' cured.
S In the town proper are' aomo 01 the mush' this winterand till announcement of \ prospect uu.i Louiidd. Drug BUiro.URBDiNB Our Neckties are from an Exclusive Tie House.
% the house
S boauUf ul humus to be ftmud lu tho suite and. seeing> big put on should be lined to enrich .and purry Drug Store
the people will carry much disappointment some signs. of life. ... .
are cultured aud prottnuroua. > the bloixlt' U..llr".1\\ ot blfxiti" dlitor ,
S S S S ,.L 55 'Thore .la a good school two chroho-Ephuoo., to our people, who had cows to It is one of the handsomest homesIn .hors., tn enpntilally, ",..rllilo ,revere skin .rup.] C RAMBELIN'S r. the place t buy all kinds of Merchandise

I? pal .tud I'r".bywrl"ua..d,. two good hotolH. depend} on her for the injection. of It Putnam county. (limn, bollH, Ill fllPhi'S, hlncklieAfln.Horotula' colt. Crescent City we give you what you pay for.
ftS.s .5 ik' betildaa ploatmut, private plane. whoro board" little life Into our social entertainments rhount .and every form of blood Impurltyi. It I I. ,
S .t. can be obtaluod. Uotol. and boarding, UOIIHO, a earn and effectual aura. Prluo, 00 ceitULoiinde .
r5 S prloea axe .moderate. Hie people have pro" for the winter, Air. Pratt is Faulty l'ncklnll.Mr. Drug Htore.LAOHIPPK Offers visitors and citizens a -
S .k vltlea< well kupt golf Unka' for the o n"tor tula- It great worker for Crescent City ellen continue for month '
eonglm'
S \' taunt of those who like 11,1. aiuuaomimt.' and has persuaded many people to John McCormIck head. of the and. ruiinntliufle, load to fatal. renulu attar\ thpfttlont .. TO S
Oreeoeut Oily haa thaniiy line of RRZY HO Z-Z RYS
S other mure oraugo grovea here on the that New York fruit commission house ot 1 tBHiipixiitod! 'to have pureed the daiiffomint. Complete
S'S town lu the oounty. Orange culture come theory :: .; :.
KOLBY UONBY AND TAU niTordH
'iitm Iif'! sW I ',,f la the 'leading oooupatlou. of the. pooplound tho 'what has pleased me will llel..eotherH. McCormick Rubles & Co. and probably [ and front these ponItivw .
S proinotlnn aoourlty
'w5 S S''t ": ...a quality superior of to thla that\: fruit growu, haa lit long city boon othor rotfariiod auutlon an ottheatata. ." Both Mr. and Mrs. Pratt! the largest "prove, owner in Put UOUUlld. Ix.un.la'. Drug Bu. .>r#.: Toilet Articles Announces a Special Sale of .

S : .. AhnoHt every alllaeu ut the placehaa .are very fond of Crescent City. and nam county, was. in Crescent City Many ot tao blo"ho". pimples and other
..SS, a well.kupt grovo, muy of whluli ououpy. are popular with our people. from Saturday until Tuesday. ,a guest. itfTuctlon 01 the oaiiHod. 1 by the failure Men's E33S.QO Shoes
55 S the grove Iota of the Incorporation whileothuraEtend at (Urove Hall. Mr. McCormltk'lSorn.nM' ( of tim I, liver and kidneys" tenant nft impnrltlt, at E8.76.
: ; Sundries
4 S Into. the country baukt. Tho morohuuu. There IH a Jolly crowd of "Yanks" and which, remal, In the eVHtnin. J1ERUINB wll And Druggist Those goods aro Stylish, Well-made and the
.. '' peach groves covering llvor.and and dunce tile
I .S of OreaoeutClty are live lutui.,, and they ehowatouka olmll" the kldoui.*
S 4 S S of gooda whloh. would, do t.rod U to many at Crescent I nit. In fact they sail" about 70 acres are situated In the of all Inipuiltloa Price, 00 venutLounde' .. At Moderate Prices. t be bad for'the money.
S of the larger oltloa 01 the aUUo. Living. under the name of the "Jolly Four. outskirts. of town. He looked over Drug Shre.

wts.S: .cheaper. than. aliuuat auy other town In tileS I'he Quartette la composed of H. O.Uates the properties thoroughly while here w. L. Yanoy, Padunnh) Ky. write, "X had.. The large part of our stock We are headquarters for Ladle'and Children Fine Shoos, also. Ladles, sea

tate.Ihestreotaaro L. N. Gates ventriloquist severe cane ot Shinny iK0aHO]| .and three of the our Dainty Rubber Footholds for Damp Weather.
: a poet, a .and to the News expressed himself
: .
lined with ehs.ietreee and bent nhynlolane, In eonthorn Kentucky: treate la of recent arrival..
WS ( Sti. S th. native. live oak., .and! broad ehull walk art C. L. Jtvld, a parson, 'and as well pleased with! the progress me wuhmil,: HUCCOHB: I wan ln laid on the principal' atraottf. Bluyolo pall,. A.' T. Swaitz: of the judiciary. :The made in the growth of the tines since KIDNEY CITHK. Tile llnt bottle gttvImiiiBilluto CRESCENT

ti vs ,l load lu many ulreutloim.Partlee 11 rat. two are from Cleveland-on-the- his last visit, though lie confessed" to< rot lot null\lIr". bottles cured mo. We have lately been aprolnted Agentfor A. B. TORREY
I gladly reeornm*'nd this woi
__ the and CITY.
last two from perma."lIy. American Blcyclo Company, ( ,
and the
S r-=:- u Cuyahoga, some disappointment over the stnal ,, rumedy." 'Take no eubstltute. Louuda
.j4w'I l ; In Crescent: City
't Scribe for thin pal...r or wlnliluir to r..n.... on-tlio-DuU'li. All are men who are he Is unable to account for. HALl THE WORLD 18 IN DARKNESS your head mind you) rome and let .tie
S tntilr. aubHtirlptlona thereto, .....y l...,... ti>...ina all the good they can out ae to """ 01 their. Ill health, and .h..y show you what we can do for you.
S-t. .and ..... .. uxtiHctlng : Mr. McCormick stated that his.
>rn in y with Mr. K. U. hound. at /; 'doctor for .about exonpt the.
; >., S S ttk* po u>IUoe, who la our...".orl..1 Ngulmt.I of life. They like Hull and will try firm had handled( very little Crescent thinit, and that overylII"1"1"b. r18h

S S and catch till they eat. They like klnU of ain HH orlRlnate, ,. Take
I r'4,5 -= --- -__=--7__ =_ City fruit this season owing to the "
n
mimic. and neighbors In the vicinity condition of the New York market. I>n. LOYAL KUUDH DYHPEPTItlDB and .getyour JOHN VINCENT, D. Q. B.
LuUfldB'
Stomach Drug
: ""' ""' '''' ot the hotel say they try to make it. Urowers have been enabled to get Htore. working properly .

S S $ Personal l and Social. $ Any WilY they all like Crescent City, better prices In Boston. Such: fruit I S HAIR CUTTING IV APPROVED STLES

S and thCy! are the kind of people who ,as. he had received from Florida, CHILDREN'S) WORK A % .

eS will eiutlly innke tht'lnseivellllked In however, had been good and he expressed The Chop hH, recently been equipped with

n ,, return. The News hopes they will the belief that the Florid To the PeopleWho an..and< modern chair and other comfort ASTONISOIHG OFFER !

s4 S Mrs.M.O. Newsom has rooms with wade in fun and sport up to their orange would not suiTor in future- My raxora are kept In condition; only cliutowela I

Mrs. Weaver. necks and get so "stuck" on the variety reason of its long absence from the .. n. end are guarantees vwaaymmw.e.w..e..rwei.siw.aeci.s.wts..iu..aid
Henry on'ome. ..
.01.0 b.a..mp.Unbylts. Uo,.lua.,5 ts.01015 uSb.
S seedIn live West. North and North-wee
which has been going: to market. perfect BHtlnfHotlon.Budded .5., ,elth.the.anw 5. bm.At.1 is. l..' po5,,.t Ds.1..s.dNlddl.re
iS
r It is reported that Mr. and Mrs. J. Crescent City for the lack of their "There In one Improvement, however ot Crescent City I The boulevard 1 I. _ P.d.,, V.ht,t Wll.kl 41.1.544.,. s.d CIa.W ,lI,Sloe.t i..a I..J.Ca,, .,.ur s..dPp.is. "S..

S L. Maul will soon move into town. kind of peopla that they will want to ," said he "that will have to be open right through t Central Avenue- .A..to..A..A. .a..5..5 .5.. 14 BEfr.UTIFUL PRIZES FREE 0.t hi.i

'V. There come again and again. They will made by Florida growers\ arid that follow Lake Stella Is a good road and OIWlLLtITiiSIiS Ps..5y4 2
: twelve 1'Vd'tb'Ol'Sarh ism..Mlifl 7fito
were arrivals by the make their home at the Inn for the Is In the packing Florida oranges asa wU take you right to tbe l.e.m *a 04 1 i l.h.S ....ca.. H.sd54 iS. .lael
: steamer
fc ? S Crescent on Saturday ulght. winter, and not being, of the shy variety rule are poorly packed, and it l is a C. H. Preston Co. Store Pecan Trees _S_ ..,_'.a_s ,.ts.. ,ltb.l emisHOI'CTNLV Gog a w.CCW ISCUm..f SM.0 U,.howl'l

; .5 Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Driver have will probably know every body rare thing to find a box of them that _.1.4 ad,..is.n.tl, ia..ina flu sad a... b.S .
.
.,
,.
a.e s.i .nii. d.111 i..tlftse.. A Ta. 5us.
-; moved into their home Lake before the new year. gets Stat first does not contain frui Orange Trees ... I .tr..,
'. new on some spoiled The Place to Go. .,. ., .,_ i es.i. 5..s.h.uc flea.togs..m, .a.Mumth.ol _
street. tooth. This should not be and be ,.Sidm. h P..iiy mani,.,Ta.m.d.. I .. ..l man ItmoflSc.
easily
S s ....aMarried can The biggest store, the best one. .Bee ho.I ol,rud,,e toe... i iufltspwih,ban.., I 5..klS
'
St -' r Mr. E. J. Harper has to Jacksonville remedied. When fruit Is packet Peach Trees *.lAll S I.b.ld I p.1,.1....beau.i dmbl.'iu.i.ted 5t btslh.l ,ho I Ilii
gone Best service. stocks ..
I'alutku- equlppml. Largest itu.iy h.rOi, it a-st,lw.d Cii 0. iNpl..Iii..bre.SWi'l
'. at
of it is to spoil and
where he has been tendered damp some sure .aChmumi4.t..N..q..Sb.Siis.i QDMD
,- Greatest _ _ oar f urnm 1ft fwr old
'. the discovery. of one spoiled Variety. KINDS OF TREES AND PLAKT8.J _ Clmfl.hPuc5v..sOl.tose.la !I.*. HUB tllOO. Wa> Mil I tfa.
J' a position in the fire department. l Paxton eldest orange we..... ..,
Mr. Hey wood : : son hurts theliale the box. I believe We always do everything the best we ... ... ., .i C $39500 D .Ihilhii..i _______
'S of 1)) K Paxton, the naval. storesoperator know how. None of that will PN'EPAf.. ... 1.Um. il. Wbi.h.l
that "Oh. .5- ,
..
A pleasant card party with lunch that should be a. IRHIGr wdClrr aJofiWMtim to.ji w is fs. > nMrl lit< Our U kh7 4
.. of Haw Creek, wan. married an orange never picked do about hment. lu AI&he pm.iepm.Id Ii.s.d .,(leer. ...S.C.han how.e.s -.
spirit" our
b't,4 .i was given at the V. I. A. Hall etbl ___. _
>, on before ii(> o'clock In the mottlingBy Thar la Mousy U frultcultura If theLower i. 5.n. i1. .I.nnnt.h0S4
the 14th hist., _ _ .
evening .
on' Tuesday is. .ieelrss.w.iw.t..d 5.? ,. w.emotstss..owWS(
I :, Monday 'evening. The attendance the bride being Miss Talulla Town- that hour' the dew has evapor. Did You Notice South Writ, furs e.py of e.satsiogue. .=r.t FRE .1.,i.imac P-ac hslf..0k bi.d... I,s.k". I Ito iWto
S was good. ated. It would not hurt then to lie j free upon .ppulea_ 5. 5 ,i._..UW, iSO PT hil, ..m.Sh eec,. Gows .,ei me pi10a ie.a.55. WnS i.e
send of Marlon Ala. The ceremony h.i..O. PO low .5 1.1g..,, ,,4 Ci.o. wt5.d 011 Si.l
1 I..j.a.lbi tees
Our last week's ? 35 IbsOianulated
5 announcement LOW PRICES.
: several dnys lu a packing, house. At GOOD TREES. I,. 5. bISTILL<'$
ti Some of the buildings now turning\ wits performed by Rev. Douglass &tssxiao'xiaiQ 130.-Dept. 0.. Cdt North Siara 55.,Chicago.Ill,
S4 their backs. to the .. Matthews of St. Mark's. any rate they should be thoroughly Sugar 100. For partiou- OO" .
recently opened' rector Kpln- 7/fRIFlf'RorHE' I. -- -- ----
tars last It Is .
4 dried before packing. and shlpmen see w"ek'l paper. __ ,
; go f.a. .
grand rondo should be retired on u copal church at the rectory lu Palat allot 'N CU I. INOTICE
California Is. ahead of( in tin January.
us
WilY "
: : 'j pension or executed. ka. _ _ respect. We never lose. a California We are handling the fnet Meats. 'V. W 'vW' w to ARE ANY

:S' .: There will be a hlirh-claxn" entertainment New 1'eucli Orchard.Mr. orange by decay, and In my early experlence Oysters Fish, Turkeys Chicken

given by the ladles of thin. Is Insetting In the fruit business whenwe ever sold In Putnam Oojmty. Try thorn OF APPLICATION FOB

:.S S V. I. A. at the Hall on the evening Kirk M. White engaged: handled Mediterranean. oranges Deed Under 8 of Chapter
Tax Section
) \ out a new ten acre peach. or- YOU
?Paints Oils and Varnishes. HEAD
., ot Friday, January 24th. chard on the property directly west principally, we never lost any from 4889 Laws of FlortJs
that most of It
S The young people will give: a dancing of North Park. He will have the cause, though was If want the right quality' with Notice is that William '
5 from (1111) to SO! days in transit. you no hereby given
;' /4 party at V.; I. A. Hall this evening earlier varieties--peaches that ripen I Mr. McCormick believes that Cr..s- adulteration, buy of us. Oils are down & Company purchaser of Tax Certifi- ? :' '
DEAF
NOISES?
"
: ; The committee in charge hueS the latter. part of May and June.
and wo can low cat No. the 4th day of JulyA.
S S j the cent City in on the eve of nnol her quoto you prllue 41:1 date
5 music and have had for
S arranged: good a good I'hoHe who peaches of but thinks that D., said certificate 1 In
season prosperity
tl time is promised. market two weeks ahead. of the all growers shold pay, more attention Bar Iron, my oXce and nl has made application for ALL, CASES OB'S

; / .f Capt. John Pigue has moved Ills Ueorglii crop have heretofore madu to the little details of the pockIng Rings, Bpokns Shafts and other wagon tax deed to Issue la aeoordunoe with law.

4iiskT; family to hU former home near 1'ler- pansy. money, and the News predicts business, order to secure the lar and materials at cloaelgure. Said certificate embraces the following DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARINC S
that It will not be long ere this section blnolallth'l
S described .situated In Putnam
SN.4S Hon where he owns property. HIlibuslne gust mel..nre..t success. He expressed property
r becomes; as. famous for Its peaches ARE NOW : CURABLE
t b him County Florida to
S e now keeps away Xiom hinwelf as always pleoset wit
> > *1A home most of the time. as it hits for the excellence of Its with a visit. to Crescent City and Plastico is the Proper I .s of N.'W. 3 X. of W. j M, Section by ou new indention. Only those born deaf are Incurable.

> y. oranges. like others Is at loss to 10, Township 10, Rage-90 acres.
a account
> / Mrs.. S. B. Shaw says that one of Mr. Ulalne. Shiver also contemplates many for the great. Interest be feel WALL DEcoRATING JrTElAL.Al The said land being assessed at the HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY.
S 5 the best evidences of 1 III inS out good sized peach
prosperity' setting a
In the place and people. He left on others are glue preparations, and I I date of the issuance of such certificate
: the character of the dresses the lndiea orchard this winter. P. A. WERMAN BALTiMORe SAYS
Tuesday for a trip down the east any of you ever visited a glue tltry. In the name or F. Q. Brown, Tr. Co .

St54 sk ; s are buying. !She:' says she IIIIH coast, and to Nassau.. From there he you would never use such loss said certificate shall be redeemed C.1Int entirely cured ord thank to BALTtMontt your treatment Md,,i I March will now 30 give IQOT.yon

: :-. contracts for building some very elegant nil Deal. will go on a short trip to Cubic, after your walls. .'o.dlnl to law, tax deed will Issue a .to l.e", at your an." .

t t,44tSS : J silks. It Is reported that D. B. Paxton which he will return to Crescent We are'Very GratefulTo thAren: tho 3d day of February, A. O.. my About hearjitft nv in.this ycurm ear mo.ntircly.my' right car began to'1"1. and this kept on getting worw until I lost

S 'The V. I. A. has. made arrangements the big naval stores operator of up- City for a ten days'. stop before returning > I uuiUrwant I 5 treatiuetit: forc.tarrh. for three mon.h.without conult.da nutu
Witness offlolnl signature' and seal beret phyniciaua II,. ,,,", ,. ., any.urrucs. ., who told
S to entertain the vlxiHng delegates per Haw Creek, hits sold tho entire to New \ork. the large majority of I my "0"1 tiers most mt that
wel-dresld this the 87th of Deo. A.' D 1901.(3oal only an o|>enitloii help ma and that only temporarily, that the head ooiac. would I
: to the Federation of Woinann'C'lubs tract of land there, consisting of 1001)0 ,- -a.- women of Crescent Olty for very, day then cvaae, .. the hearing i in the affected :'would be I lost forever,

'i S S Convention at Urove Hall < ) acres, to D. U. White, the east! liberal at home purchases of Dry ( | JOSEPH PRICE I then advertlaetnent I accUlenialijr. I In a New York paper, and ordered your treat.ment. *
'5: 'T This in order that, local membera coast mill man. The price paid. Is COMO.The : and we hope In time to Ooda., Clerk Ct. Ot. ot Putnam County, Florida. }1:1 rr. it only a few daya according:I to voitr direction I !, the nuiMaccntwd. and

4 .)l ; may the more fully enjoy the oc said. to have been in the neighborhood Good Will circle of the International minority. that a personal CD Inspection ol, to-dnv heartily. al.. bee to remain, mj heuritiit. very in the truly dl..d.' ear ha. been entirely r.or. I thank joe

: .aS: h' .- caslon. of 11.75 per acre. Sunshine Society assemble goods Is much more satisfactory than I; NOTICE OV APPLICATION FOR If A. \u"AN. 7308, Broadway.,1\lmor.Md.

There should be a general, attendance The report further states that Mr. at Mrs.. A. W. Underwoods resl Buying of catalogue houses or from Tax Deed Under. Suction 8 of Chapter. Og,treatment does not ',' 101,usual ocupalo

of members of the Golf club al Paxton has secured another tract of (hence, Hose cottage, in good time for aOal.mplea. especially,. when our stock 4888.livws of Florida.Notice TSfftt.4
.: : YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME S .
of -1.
:c nnnual culled the l8XXncroH( in the neighborhood dinner, Thursday' of last week. prlcelUSr AS LOW, quality
the meeting by
president to meet In the parlors ol DIIpent, and that he will soon havea There was a good representation of cnsidere. as you will obtain any .hereby given that Mrs. C. T. INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC, 596 SALLE AYE. CHICAGO, ILL

; : new turpentine camp in full running the ladies. no gentlemen, please, and. to the opening of thl.department E.tbrok. purchaser of Tax CrtlCt. L .
; Grove Hall Friday afternoon. LeI. l .
the 6th of
farm. The day ,
order on the new the clatter of dishes and tongues practically all the tine good Apri. AD. i
:: : every member come out and help Hit change land will give' Mr. Paxton by Individuals. In the 180l has filed sold cel.ttcte ID tboCirouU Court, Fifth Judicial
went merrily on. They say an excellent -
S ; club along: better facilities In transportation the dinner was served, and it is past twelve months we have supplied offlue, and has made for tax Clrcal, Putnam County Florida. to tha Circuit Court fifth Jadlolal

_ Mr. W. W.Ben.-of,, Albany, arrived new camp being near the East Coast no doubt true. From stray bits of the majority. This change bos been dee to issue ia accordance with law. Circuit, Putnam County, Florida.riorano .

S. at Grove Hall early lust week Kallway. _ _ Information picked up the following brought> bout by following one unvar,. certificate pmbra. the following The(Mrinftn*American Bank'

for his second season. Mr. Batmen was probably the menu: lug rule: Do everything the best described property situated In. Putnam 5 body eurporate.and ,.rgsnieed bualneaBundor H.jw.H and SUMO

S made many friends here last winter, Obituary. Consomme au liquid you 'know how. County, Florida to wit: ex luting and. by dolog virtue of the Action. Debt Ilitrw.nl, llnnnott and

and all pleased to have him Mock la Presse la B. N. E }totS. E}. SeG laws ot the BUta of iSichiIlsi.ges, Jitnir. o'Donnull B>an u,
they are Mrs. Mary K. Harp, wife of Hon. Plymouth a hew uiubuil.Callln. Action e l Deb
S lie be most The C. H.. PRESTON CO. U, Township 10, acres. ... > li,000Uo.and ... .
back. can seen any J. H. Harp, died at her home near Potato au salad ton Rngo6 Attachment I-SIms...
TB.Col In
pleasant day on the golf iluke.r Crescent City, at 1W: > o'clock p. m., Wheat Frour, au r.eMt. Baked, Crescent< City. Flo. date of said the Issuance land of usos.e the Una B uubbard and .aid thereof. B.UlnBw.ll mlubbsod" UaP.rl.B and.I I
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Hutchinson had l the January. 8th 1U02.. Mrs- Harp was garnished cerlOcte George DlngwalL Co-Part r: .. under hirmSam.
Master Egbert .
In the name of I. X. Toes La buaineae seder the r
good fortune to winI.. new blcyle born September :25th! 1848! : and at thetime Oraham Wafers Confections EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. said! certificate shall be redeemed firm name ol Hubb A wail.. Hubb.r A J>lng.It .
of herdeath was 5H! 8 au molasses.
in a raffle last week, for the modest yean .. to all holding according to law, tax deed will issue DlnlW.11 appMrlnir br mWl s sled In the
months and 18 days old. She Joined Dates, Nuts. escappe, 10101. given *'n. by ffldftvlt filed In the above above
outlay of 20 cents. The young man the estate 01 Sarah Bethel, late thereon on the 3rd day ofFebruaryA D. .pprlnl .. ltM d cause Ih.t Volllni B. Uabtard sad
_ the church at the of twelve years Tea and Coffee, In cups. ) 5 .b.01. B. Hubbard and .
age .
Is delighted yet the pleasure Is not ci Piituam jonnty, Florida, to pree 11(12.( (0."1108W..1 the d..n..n..b..I" "...-
and llyed a consultant Christian life Mrs. Underwood wait assisted" indisposing ent the tame duly wltnitihe I Ueorge. V'.K.U. ... tb.r"> nam ."'. .
for tt is generally conceded e all hill, Witness ray official signature and seal .non..I. Ilorl., and the d.feeiantcoiiine
time for orthis B.
to the end. She married November of the dinner by Memlamns r"I"tr. by .w. aluamon I and . .lollln.i' B. 1 Bubb..d.a .
that there Is no more deserving. boy .. this Hubbrd" lilrntol Allaatlo. .
plead bat payment of tbe 27th day of December, A D., HlxhUadala
i'trd 1WIG and reared six children B. N. Bradt, Mrs. J. Babers Mrs..lI. Itlanc of Ailaacla I Highland.) ."lol .
whole town. tile name. And all ptimoQ Indebted to thesaid J.nut.ltd' Ilia defemUnt
&54J In the and three all Prior Mrs. L. A. Hart Mrs.. W. L. 190U New Jersey*and the utdfentlitiii, ( l>tn>r- a resident of .
three eons daughters, seats' are requested to make immediatepaymentof wail. la a r Mid..u.of the city of In ii,. the city ot Detroit.ro %tai.ol
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JOSEPH :
Among the arrivals! at Grove Hall of whom survive her, excepting one liable, O. B. Robinson. HoltEgang I he Maine. toua. [Snail) PRICE. $tstenf Michigan,and both*re v' of MtublKanaad' both .r..ib.. ef.w.n.y
C. M. wife Misses Bradt. ,. D. U.KocE- This the lath day of December,A. D., 1001.U. Clerk Ct. Ct. of Putnam County Florida. lw U 1 is therefore ordered age on. yoaraj I It '. tbo.ur .Id
tsJ on Saturday were Koser son who preceded her to the grave: In X Halght, .W.n.Baunder,fxeoutore. nty-one year. thai pon.raalil.nt n and.all other panoas
and son of Kenton, Ohio, Mrs. n. 11. : IjojHtA\ devoted wife and mother n well, S.Carron, and J. Palmer, while aid sues aua-reaIdeal iut.rei.d be d and' -nh' ad Uoiherp r- iQWnjiua b."!dn Sr. hereby required to ape

Harris, of Kenton, and Mrs. K. A I gentle, loving soul and generous: Masters. .. Clarence. Babers ami Win.H. EXECUTOll'S NOTICE. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FORT appear in said" OMIUM 0' 8tl.. oa required or beforeMONDAT.THBBDDAY to pear said .to said aolloa o. of Iwfani

S. Boner of Chicago. Tha party will wlhthal she won and held the love Uable had a table by themselves. Deed Under Section 8 Chapter or rBBBUA' Y, MONDAY, TUB ID DAY Or'.DaU..I.

; stay about 10 days or two weeks and of all who were near hot. After dinner the report for the Notice to hereby given to all perenna holdinglelnm 4888 Laws of Florida A. D. the .sliegaiiooeofdecia.etiee *.D. II othorwU.. the 81..tlon.| .'
: of W.A Wood, late of ..II0tb..I.. !*.D "?. "... 'ID .. I aW saidecu.
came prepared to enjoy themselves For four years she wad a great sufferer year wan. read by the president, Mrs agalnitt time estate I attachment in acid ))5 .
'uiDam county, deceased, credenthe Notloe is hereby given that ) will I lAkatt aaooufeatietl iia. .wil b Isles .oualo .wl by said <1.
_ fishing In the lakes. but the never murmured, often B. N. Bradt, and for the Knights ol ame to PI.rt.i. time prescrIbed&1 bylaw WlUam. .u.li b by.8. defend lo".n.
n
saying, "If it Is tha Lord's will I am Sunshine, singing and reading filled .or this ,,. will be pleated, In bar ot "E Company pnrh.". of Tax O.rUlote 14 further ordered that this!order ba publUhed I..nl.. ordered.'IbIS ard."r b."nb-
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Mr. K. M.\ White with his fellow ready to go." Her husband and surviving up 'a merry afternoon, and nil the payment Ib.,1 t 81 pureone ludeb. to No. 466 dated the day esc NO"8mbe. 0110, each week for brae, the llsh.d onM. weak (or thra. mon.bl. ,b

Knights Jo;. I). Lound, Jo'. 1\[. Payson children save one son in distant gentlemen of (Como are stricken with lieuald.... ..to .... Imm"l. .A. D.,1805, has filed said certlfioat*In my Weekly: ..* newSpaper"ootb.ln publltihad in I "county and.itale., a newspaper !

and A. B. Appleby at) guests. attended Jamaica, have been privilegedto envy. ale This payment tb.IOb to me.day of Dombe., A. 1. 1901. (Hoe, and has mode application for tax oouMty im furiuer and ataue.Notloe given. In the shore styled, No'in. I.lurthornlY.il !I. th. abov. .Ile

the Installation ceremonies minister to her long illness with Next Sunday. the third Sunday ol L.U. Cieoutor W. A. Wood, deed t Issue la accordance with law. oauM that. cull therala has been commenced by oatiMi thai. lull ib.raln ha.bra..m.ne

and dancing party of the K. of P. In untiring devotion. All of her children the month Kev. \Vu,. Stones, of Pa eoeaeeul. aid oerlOct embraces the following .liaohmentand than .b writ of Mtaobmimi issued attaahm.at ihor.1.and that bMa tb..levied writ .. ih..

S 5 Palatka last week, going down ont except the one In Jamaica were latka, will preach In the Como Baptist d property situt In .Putnam issued dercndantaV tharolD property baa _. ..by the l.rll oa on d.lnadaata' pruporlv.. : b7 r S

Mr. White's launch Dlavolo, andS at the funeral, one daughter, the church, In the morning only. DR. H. C. WELCHWill Cunty. Florida to .Title 5th day Qt Ooiobef.1001. 7L".11'.. 05y 01 0 .>.r,IMInitBITRM <

returning the next day. I youngest who lives In Ueorifls, arriving The Epworth League had an Inter I W. I of 8. W. |, Section 10, 4Heal) JO&KPTt PRII. DAVIS OSIPH PRICE.Court.
DAvis A HILBrjRK .
fell. in acting. meeting Sunday- evening ba at offloa CfiXSCEXT Township 10, Range 6- 30 acres. Book Clark \o"rt. (larkCIII'
she !
hour after asleep lor Uomplal
The funeral of Mrs.\. J. H. Harp, an leader A Yeardley. h i I G. Pge 136. ikjiioltor forUumvUlnau.. .11.. .1.. OI aWe
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ir 91 wife of lion. J. H. Harp}largest on Tuesday Jesus.Coming to Crescent City in J 1873 she- Itev. B. B. Temple ton left on CITY on Thursdays, Fridays' and Saturdays The land being assessed at the -

of last week, was the ever united with the Presbyterian. churchat : Thursday for the annual session of of aoh week.. date ot the Issuance of such certificate
.5.5'S haldta ;hla community. The mourning I 10 the nameot. John Drown. Unless
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that paee!' and was a lealous and the conference of the M. K. church, ,-
t S ; la universal. Mrs. Harp retain conscientious worker. Her husband which U being held this year at Day- said certificate shall be redeemed ao- Advertise in Palatka
almost to the Office on Central Avenue.
adT: consciousness deed
_ toni to law tax will issue
-i t and she had been lifelong acquaintance" orlol
r last. Knowing that the end was growing up near each other, Miss H Buck returned home on on the 3d day of February, A. D., ,:

N S near the absent children were sum attending the same school and passing Tuesday. Mix. Buck will be a guest! $t. Johns) River by .y18ht But We
Sell
moned. from playmates to lifelong of Mrs. T A. Hart for a year or two. Witness my omola signature and seal Goods Crescent City. .
-.t .. Th Beach & Miller Line this the 27th December, A. D.
Mr. OeorgaHIade started for Hyonluxo We '
: and the child'
Mrs. C. B. Hubbard partners. 001. can giv you a good yard-wide| sheeting for Ie |per 'yard, 7e.
below Mlairll
funeral serviceswere down oaMonday. "or&l.
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arrived from Nsw York last Tho Impressive away ._ Steamer CHEPGENT. low u itit. Wj bava
ren ((55.11] JOSEPH PrDtU a Rood lice of OlotUna'

-. week and are now pleasantly" settled of the conducted Crescent< by City Rev.Presbyterian Dr. Reeves Mr. K..S. Tuorn arrived from Cleveland Leave Sack.onilieoTueadsyi, Clerk u Ot. of Putnam PRIC Suit.low .$300 per.ult Oomaoadsea, our Boy'a Bulta, and while. ,

S' ia their home "Ijlsnaro. two miles O.on Wednesday of last week. Smut l Saturdays at ISO a. m for (/ 1 l.. at our bhOee. Visnnei. worth U6C per 3rsrd DOW goftmg at 100.
church. There was an extraordinary -
of the on .Lake. Crescent. Paistks, Cruwcunt City and All wool H. ds
north city prn.lpa g'x> brawn, blue and'red* always sold for SIc
S Mrs. Is in about blal. par
and friends Isorn expected a
_ attendance! of neighbors; tandlUfpflittturnln
S (, The little folks who have beautiful spent tor he was widely lov..d. She was month. *|( leaves OnMoent city on W.I_ D IBLE READINGS l.r.our price BOa, I." *, Telescopes and window Shades Jusl In.
II theirlivc. at their and Mon at 7 .
_ much of Hya, Krldaya S : laid to rent beside her son In the Mr.. W. L. Gable ho been heard wlutonvUlw whai4$ oiflceSuoI of esilee. 5..ahls,tow fee_toesosie.ac is. '
..- 4flO -.me.* here, *ra eepecfaiiydeihgijtetti thlnb Crescent City cemetery. from at Laesbur< He report plenty I.1 rani. TeisphoncimS. . Jala h.._ seed saw..54 el.i, ar.See.. y tois. CONE The Shoe Man
back. ama it-M.a.orad a.
: "'I They piaik l *wtUrt *Uaoo vtjrMi-
.1 % 'P9ti.ftred to Cr scen' CUy(' D. II. R'j \ to da but lonesome. ,a4SI&Ltosss,1SI51ee.lie, ,


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