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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 23, 1902
Publication Date: -1902
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -Jan. 2, 1902.
General Note: Alex. E. Wattles, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Jan. 2, 1902.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 Related Items
Related Items: Palatka daily advertiser
Succeeded by: Crescent City news (Crescent City, Fla. : 1899)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)

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NEW SERIES VOL X, NO. 3. PALATKA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1902. f 1. Per Year.


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e I ""VITALS/ BRAND CLOTHING- THE BEST. Heavy During what Clothingin is left of winter, THe World's Hews CEN.[N. MILES[ A CANDIDATE ID I[ iiMIOnvillt I [ Y f GCoolederote [ [(




Put in Tabloid Form for

our store will be transferred to the up He R ( ts W be men Veleruns l N New
backs of the people if ]low prices will Busy People. Reolty Expects x e

do the work. We have _

Cut Prices I -DOMESTIC-------NEWS. has Despite become, silence known of that Boston government police It rnocrotic n Coodtdote i for YOrk Banijel 01 me WuWoU.Asfori .


Bob FltZHtmmoim had naked young bond valued at $IGklO stolen last
Sprerkels to back him for $26,11(10( ), week Monday, were obtained fromN. President in 1904.NE 4. 1
on all heavy weight goods to such attractive i and Bprecklea Is thinking it over. W. Harris &; Co., bankers, on a .
afford I forged certified check on the National -
that all to
figures can Mlxa Crabtree famous on the stage Shawmut bank.F. .
1 in new suits. for the pest GO) year as "Lotta," It

appear IB Raid will return to the footlights.Chlcngo organizer. Cellley for, of the St.American Louis, general Federation ;\ 18 WORKIN HIS OWN BOOM. SAY IT B BEATS( (EBIINO ON {,++

auto of
men aro thinking of Labor, has been compelled to
Vitals Brand the clubs of the
Clothingis organising
; countryand cease efforts to organize negro laborers --r JOHNSON'S ISLAND.
out the New York club.
leaving .
of Meridian, Mimes, Into unions.UellJey
\ is not of the Prize fighting? hag been revived at began work there two weeks He Wools Revell e on Roosevell.
ordinary Hand-me-down
Memphis and the match-maker there ago. He was waited on by a promi- Mrs. Jefferson Davis and Hiss May a
Variety. It is Tailor made; has finish has been looking around for suitable nent railroad man who handed hima i Walter Wellman in a Washington Custis lee Honored Guests The
talent. written warning to desist. The
style and Fit. i special to tbe ,Chicago Eocord-Herald
The transport Grant with Governor warning was signed by the mayor President Sends Regrets.
Taft from the Philippine Islands, on and 21 prominent business men. says: ,
fine line of
We have an exceedingly board, has arrived at the Golden Cellley was told plainly that If he "Gen. Miles la now an open candidate The twelfth annual banquet; of the u

t Gate.B. persisted In organizing the negroes i for presidential honors. He he a long Confederate Veteran Camp of Now York'at
into labor unions he would be "
compelled
HEAVY WEIGHT UNDERWEAR. P. Williams la suing "lIeal,, to leave town. He.. acceptedthe had an inclination in that direction, but the Waldorf-Astoria, Monday night
Dowie In Chicago for $50KKI( for warning and is now working alga he wan reprimanded by the president was attended by over 600 persons, half 1

+ r alienating the affections of Mrs. Wil- among the whites only.' for his Interview on the Sohley case the number being ladles. As the ban-u
This also has been cut to such will make it worth i m liams. In the honor of the
prices as Great interest Is Attracted to legis- the commanding general of the army has quet was given
I Oov. Van Sant, Minnesota, and made of Qen. Robert E. Lea the '
lation amendatory of the Interstate little If any concealment of his Intention memory
your while.to get into it. Oov. McBride Washington,proclaim commerce act. No question to be to win the Demooratlo nomination presence of his daughter Miss \May Custis -
t Jan. 2\}, McKlnley'a birthday, a
.. considered at this session of congressIs lent additional Interest to the 1
special holiday. two years hence If he can. Lee
Our Out Price Sale Will of so much importance to the commercial u
N j Jefferson wife of
Mrs. Davis
Priest t; Crowley of Chicago who welfare the country and to "In fact, tbe dtclsloa of Admiral occasion.
Last Through January raised ,a fuss anal was excommunicated the people generally; as that embodiedIn Schley to appeal his case to the president the president of the Southern Confederacy
has been restored to Catholic the bill proposing to strengthen the U said on good authority to be a was there, too as well as many oth "
fellowship In Omaha.A Interstate commerce act as to make part of the Miles' program to embarrass er representatives of Southern society
the ruling of the commission binding
Fearnside & Co. i bill has passed the house unanimously and effective. until reversed by the Mr. Eoosevelt.. Oen. Miles would like Mrs. Davis occupied the table directly sin

j to give; Mrs. McKinley the courts. The growth of publlo sentiment to be nominated for president in 1001, front of that at which the guests s

free mailing of her privilege life. *during the remainder In favor of this legislation has with either Bobby or Dewey as his run. were seated, and when, before tbe toasts

become so pronounced during the ning mate. Ea belllves a ticket reading were given, Commander Owen Introduced
Z: ?alat -::::a.i _. The Isthmian Canal Commission past-few years that early action by
., has reported In' favor of the PAnAma' congress Is regarded by many of the Miles and Sohley or Dewey would< bring her, the entire1 company arose and gave
routeandtheaeceptanceof; the offer railroad corporations as necessary to victory against President Roosevelt or her an ovation.
of the Panama Canal Company. forestall serious agitation for government any other man the Republicans could The oratory was enlivened by songs) t,

One provision of proposed reciprocity ownership of transportationlines. put up. by Miss Elizabeth Brlnemado formerlyof
nclearing Out SaleTo treaty between United States "Oen.Miles Is very much In earnest In New Orleans and 0 J. ]Bushnell a.

and Nicaragua is that Nicaraguan Richard Croker has retired from his candidacy for the presidency. He violin solo by Miss Faaalo Marks of Alabama i'

.. sugar shall! be admitted duty free. the leadership of Tammany hall Nixon.Mr. and talks of little else to billotlm..te friends, ,accompanied on the piano by Mlsa
has been succeeded Louis .
Fire in the Globe yarn mills of the by and Is Ima of Texas and a recitation by y
New England Cotton Yarn Companyat Nixon is a Virginian and graduated already by anticipation enjoying Hogg
from the U. H. Naval victory the who dared Miss Marian Childers, formerly of Texas.
Fall Mans. Sunday aiini- Academyat a over president
Stock Itiver ; ,
make room for offer the
follow-
our Spring we aged the plant to the extent of about the head of his class in 18H2.! : H! administer to him a BevelS publlo repri President Roosevelt sent latter addressed .
,ing lots of Shoes at Reduced Prices. $200,000. was sent by the Naval department mand. to Col, Ooblltree, which read
to the Royal Naval College, Green-
Gates A; Brown, wholesale grocers, wich, England and in 1HH4! he was Naturally Oen. Miles has not forgiven "It was once my good fortune to
2 Lots Men's $3.50 Shoes for . . . . .$2.50
RIchmond Va., were burned out transferred to the construction corpsof the pre ldeut for the affront he received speaks to the Southern Society In New

2" ey 3.00 e u. . . . . 2.25 early Sunday morning. Loss probably the navy. He designed the battle- for meddling in the Scbley one and he York, and I enjoyed It so much that, ?
about 80,000! fully covered by Indiana and
1. 3.. 2.50 u. . . . r. 2.00 insurance. ship Oregon, Imll, then resigned from Massachusetts the had none gunning for the prenldoncy as were It now possible, I would be presentat

4, 'Ladies' 2.50 Oxfords . . . . .2.00I" Michigan has triplets sisters aged navy to become superintendent( of a scheme of revenge. He will retire the reunion of the Confederate camp;
construction In Cramp's ship yard, from active service in August, 1903, In but I find It to be utterly out of the question. f14
u 72 all hale and and
2.00 u. . . .'. . 1.50 years, hearty as
He is the
Philadelphia. ownerof
happy us any three persons in the now good time to make his race before the It la a double regret to have to
300 pairs 1.50 U . a . . 1.001 country. They are wives of promi- a ship building plant at Elizabeth- national Democratic convention." refuse you, us well as to lose the pleasure -
J. where has
port, N. be built 100
nent In the state.
roo Those goods must be told within tbs next 80 days to make room for spring goods, men vessels in six years among others Gen. Miles has received many letters of being present at the camp.
The plant of the H. Wetter Manufacturing the torpedo boat Holland and the I of sympathy from all parts of the country Olve my most"cordIal good wishes to

When it comes to Ladies' and Misses' Shoes it is T1J" T Company, of Memphis, monitor Florida. In 18UH he was appointed and the press cutting bureaus, to all the members of the camp and their
.Vatterlln Tenn., one of the largest stove foundries of the East River
generally conceded in Fulatka that we lead. -LLL In the South, was destroyed by Bridge Commission president by Mayor Van of which he Is a subscriber,supply him guests; and, believe me, hoping that the

fire Sunday. The loss will probably Wyck. with large quantities of favorable com Union may be most successful."

reach $:UOOOO; covered by insurance. -. meats At the New Year's reception at Commander Owen, who was toastmaster ,
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Every member of the Minnesota the white house and again at the diplomatic was the recipient of a, Judge, a.i
legislature has received an annual FOREIGN NEWS reception Tuesday eight Gen. John 8. Wise presenting It In the name

pass. over the Great Northern Pacific Rioters have burned Jesuit monastery Miles found himself the center of an admiring of the Now York camp. Addresses *V8 ;
.A.n. and the Burlington; railroad system*
OpportunityFor which lire about to be consolidateby in Sarngosa. Spain. group wherever he went. In made on tha Uncrowned Heroes of th'*

the Hill-Morgan interest, If this The Infanta Mnrla-ChrUtlAna the fact he held a reception of his own lathe Confederacy," by James Lindsay Gordon

: ::Ir:: ."'V""es'bxl.ec.: : .tS. same Interfere.legislature or the ccurts do'not widow of Don Sebastian, I Is dead. east room, and hundreds of men and and "Southern Ideals," by Ralph
She was born In 1888. women prested forward for a chance H. Holland, president ofhe Kappa Al-

Secretary of War Boot says the to shake his band. ph t fraternity. ,
Six thousand from various
la as a moral forceto troops '
-- -:" -,. army maintain necessary civil administration In regiments in India are about to start Those things are very agreeable to

the Philippines, and that many FilIpinos from Cnlcutta for South Africa. Oen. Miles, and he believes the tide of How Firm Q Foundation. U

> The ,year 1901 was the most prosperous year Palatka has had Are idle nnd conspirators for The Pope who was in excellent publIc sentiment Is running with him. The corner stone of the new "state,
that reason. Root down t think reduction health, received the Grand Duchess He writes many letters to senators aud capItol at Tallahassee was laid on ,+
of the military force In the of Saxe.'V elmar in audience Mon and bee Tuesday the 14bh inst. Masons had {,
since 1894., All of our manufacturing enterprises report satisfactory Inlands will be possible for some on repreeenatlrea, a well-organized charge of the ceremony and Attorney

time to come. day.The press bureau to promote his popularity. General Lamar was the orator. A
business and Increasing sales., W. W. Wllke John W. McCune Pan-AmerIcan conference on Ha asserts that the president treated whole raft of stuff was put In' the box ,r

and Henry Hudson, veteran Penn- Monday adopted a resolution on adJournment him with great brutality; that the president some of which it's thought will prove q
Nearly every merchant states that his business shows an increaseover sylvania railway engineers of Johns according to which the had no right under the regulation! defective na underpinning; 'Inns-
town, Pa., who were retired on pensions closing session will be held on' January Lance there was a list of the mem-
the previous year. some time ago have received 81. to reprimand him without first securing bers of the 1001 legislature, copy of s,
checks for $20 each from Carnegie, a conviction by court-martial, and finally the Tallahassnean.and the Inaugural ,
understood to be Carnegie's Britain may have a deficit of $50- that the president did not Invite him to address of William Sherman. Jennings -
During the past four months the sales of city real estate have exceeded and it Is 000,000 to face when parliament of Brooksvllle. The annual J
purpose to pension all trainmen yet go Into the cabinet room for a privatetalk
and the of stilling
meets. imposition
a
of
commissioner
in amount, annual, sales of several previous years, and prices alive intendency who worked that during part of his the super-road. duty. on' corn and timber U being but rushed at him and Brad at hima report culture of was the the dryest, most Agri-solid ?i

discussed. fusllade of censure the moment they substance In the. whole bunch, and
obtained In Onceola, Pa., Martin O'Hara cement for the other
were quite satisfactory.The came together. may serve as a :
aged 18, and his sister Mary, aged 16 The richest man In Germany is things, and insure the stability. .,!If
It the Influence of lilies that
to time Income Gou.
Herr was
Krupp. According -
drowned while skating on the
statements of the banks in Palatka show larger deposits than were the superstructure. +
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aged 8, also went under the ice, but between 20,000,000 and 110,000,000 for a review of hla case. The ad. i .
the year of the_freeze. This statement may seem Incredible, but it is a was rescued by men who were at marks a year. mlral and his counsel had decided not to FLOUA1IOME! I.ETTEU. ,
work The home of the
near by.
fact and a mostjpleasing) one to every'right minded citizen of the county O'Haras Is within sight of the river Lord Kitchener has confirmed the carry the matter to the white house The young people of the town had a '{
and the mother of the children saw death sentence passed upon the Boer where they had good reason to believe pleasant dance In the depot Monday.

There are a few dissatisfied persons, but nearly alljare looking for screaming them sink under to the the river ice.bank She and ran captured commandant last, October."Scheepers' ,He who will was be there was small chance of securing a reversal night. cool weather has been, o fdPrevaling

shot next Saturday of the (lading of the court. But
and expecting greater 'prosperity and Improvement during 1903.: plunged in after them. Oen Miles saws ohanoe to embarrassthe unfavorable early planting, bub
boa favorably retarded blooming
i The Sohley case Is now being con- A wall of the Smithfield flax mills
Our is again and the prospects for an sidered by Atty.-Oen. Knox for the Belfast, Ireland, collapsed Monday president. among the peach orchards. t
County producing oranges ? purpose of discovering whether there burying the operatives,who Includedmany Mr. Roosevelt could not reverse the A surprise party, largely attened, P

was. any Illegality in connection with women. Ten bodies have McKinley administration, his own administration was given to Uev. Simons and wife, ;
orange /prop this year Is most flattering. the court of inquiry. If he shall find been extricated from the ruins. (which had spoken in the on' Tuesday night. Refreshments t
that the court was property constituted were carried by the party,and an enJoyable ,
Investors can hardly err in purchasing Lemon Street property at and rules of law followed It will King Edward has entered several regular course through the secretary of time and perfect surprise are
then be within the province of the lorses for the Hprlng handicaps in the navy) and the three admirals who reported. y

the right prices. I own and control: Five Hundred (moo) feet of unim- president to consider the case on I Its. hIs own that name he which will enter Is taken Into as evidence turf composed the court of Inquiry. But If The orchards In the orchard tract! {j

merits. If the attorney-general decides affairs actively again this summer. ha refuses to do so ha will decide against are being enclosed by permanent
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proved Lemon Street property which I offer In lots to suit purchaser, that there were Illegalities as which knows fences. They will have an extent of 'q
claimed by Sable I the verdict of the Nicaragua Is now accused of trying publlo opinion, everyone nearly three miles, and will be rabbit ;\ {
court would be vlt aLed. Central I Is for the gallant admiral In the propor- proof M well aa hog and cattle ,1
and at prices whlch'must be considered low. Terms of payment will be to coax four presidents of
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tion of nine to ,
one. proof.-
"Padre,"a big medicine man of the American into making war against y,, __
Yuma Indiana, who lives near Yuma Columbia, and is said to be making A force of th 'made .
easy. Arliona. has been offered as a extensive purchases of war materials Villain Still Pursues Him. the sand from the banks of the canal ".;
In the Hand U 111 cut east of town, '
at big
Germany.
If you have money to I invest and'do'not care to purchase real estate sacrifice to the their Great Spirit In and accordance has- Joel E. Smith, late publisher of Home of the colonists deemed the \f
with customs The Colonial Secretary Mr. Chamberlain the Monticello Constitution, has been and
canal at this point too shallow-
I control $Ioo00 of first mortgages on Lemon Street property, all expiated the sins of the tribe, whichare in the house 0// Commons arrested by the Federal ,authorities agreed to remove the sand If the-
held responsible for an epidemicof
Monday afternoon, said there was no charged with using the mails for Drainage Company would excavate
Hotel and the river which I will sell. smallpox. The medicine man dIvined Foundation for the reports that over- fraudulent purposes. He has been deeper. The removal of what) sands' +'
located between the Arlington the Intent of the Indians several
? had bond
tures for peace in South Africa held for trial and his fixed at had been already dug out was neooessary -,
days ago and fled to the mountains been made by the Boer \ which he promptly The ,
$1,000
envoys. gave. before more could be thrown 1
These mortgages draw from 7 to 8% Interest, payable semiannuallyand but In a half-starved condition accused auks a suspension of Judg out. I.!.
i wandered back to the village; and Wessel's command of Boers 'on ment on the part of the public,until "
is pleaded for meroy. He was prompt i last out a patrol of fifty A new bridge boa been built at the/ r
the Interest, has always been promptly paid. Each mortgage on i Saturday up his ease can be ventilated In the '
Iy bound hand and foot and conveyed men belonging to the local town oourta. The Montloello Constitution east lateral and main canal. 3
to Mexico where he was bound to a. guard on the Tarkostad road. A recently made an assignment.! It Chas.Tilden and J. Lhyon spent .a;;i, '. ?.
business property, well'rented.If tree and cruelly tortured to death few straggler! have retutrned. The was a bum paper but it secured a day at Sail Mateo inspecting the, "

you have any desire to invest! I would, be pleased to have you I The State Superintendent of Edu- remainder of the party aro missing. large to circulation give, bicycles by giving with subscriptions. or promising orange methods groves practiced from there frost.to' la protect next),

cation of Alabama has been informed The United States Minister at Constantinople week's latter will be given, p 'WOftI'
call at my offce and learn what. I have to offer you. If out of town, of the arrest of eight negroes In John G. A. Welshman, detailed account for the benefit.Iltei, T'A' ,
Henry county, who appeared for an say the brigands who abducted Miss i information may afford to thottiv, ,in- ;y
write'me. examination with a full list 'ot the Ellen M. Stone and her companion Big Insurance Money I terested in 1J1'0wlllgorangeoaabFlor.\\';,.
and answers as prepared 8 have to "* :c.
questions September agreed accept home. V
A check to
amounting $1,000,000 was .
'; seeretly by the Board of .Education. the amount of ransom raised by sub '
>:; .: Q. Bailey County /Superintendent Espy had scription. The place of payment! Is received, St. Paul, Ulna., l but Saturday
Loper them arrested,and they claimed that now the only question unsettled. In payment of the policy of Ute insurance Florida Postma8t rii.t
they had received the questions from held by the estate ct FrankH. On Monday:: tie president .eitt'te/the n'
named Brook, The examination by the government -
: a preacher
negro
nl Palatka Florida. paying him five dollars each. Investigation of C. JI'. W Neelr, ex-d I rector Peavey, late Minneapolis millionaire Senate the names of the.Zoll wll1C appointment '
..'. ; showed that Brooken had of flnanae of the Cuban po tolftce, In The check was lent to the administrator fOI""ol1da; po tiMMtaniJacksonville q'
a,..r ... procured the papers from Oscar Hall, the trial of the charges growing out of the estate by the' Mutual life Insur- DonnU ''Eagoql'! '' 1artowi;, !\v
'.. a. negro+ teacher of Troy,. paying i fifteen of the- I postofHce>> frauds were concluded i Janea.Uordonr Tatlsbaaaee&Jolta. M*.
_ dollars for them. AU of the Tuesday. The Governmentwill anoaCo.,of HewYork., and I U sold to be

_A.. m.a parties are under arrest except Hall, put witnesses on the stand to the largest oheok aver drawn la payment I Doug ill. Olive E.Steetknabeetseoq.\ ,.
who has escaped to Georgia. corroborate the a''' n''''' lonB. ol a Ufa Imitnutoa! risk. ., Armed sec joatmwantad? sS lf ;'y)


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:: THE PALATKA NEWS The gift of $50,00: for) a small library is almost GOINGS ON IN FLORIDA. '

certain to result ill his finding a similar amount' of fn.torySalel I

I; "I 1 AND ADVERTISER change in the pocket of an old pair of trousers boxes Bowling of oranges\ Green this ban sea shipped on. 23,000

which he had laid aside and if he
,',* ; drops a nickel in The residence of J. W. Higgins ol
An>unofficial Newspaper ot the Democratic sort-JUKI the slot of a machine it is certain that there will bea San Antonio ho bean destroyed, by ''GlCI ; :S-S: :!

.' the kind you'should keep in your family. rattling in the cup, and he is forced to( pocket the fire. ;;;e-t&J -
change which 20 unfortunate Arbor day will occur on February7th \\l
chance takers have deposited by proclamation. of Gov. Jen ,
!! Published at Palatka, Fla,, Thursday of each week by there. nings. Just completed Inventorying the Stock of my Two Stores, and in order to

t '' RUSSELL & VICKERS.IVm. But these are by m means the only matters that The Florida Conference of the i make room for a large Stock of Spring Goods, I have marked some goods at
Lutheran church lain session atMel- l1
stand in the way of his achieving his ambition. rose. Cost.

A. 11USSELL, Editor. He offers a million dollars to a city and forthwiththe Senator Taliaferro tins been elected 2 Lots Men's Overcoats Worth $12.50 Each, Now 10.00

people attach a condition that they must first president of the Tampa First National 11 1 Lot Doy's Knee Suits Co $3.'15 1.75'

'Al f Vu ratify the gift at the polls, and along comes a political bank. Ie to H $2.50' 1.85
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.d'! gttd'--'x, THE BEATIFIC VISION. exigency and defers the election for such.a. the Bishop Episcopal Weed church confirmed llelrose a class. on at I''I I I 1 Men's Shirts $1.00 Each, 750Men's "' .

German newspapers and even some in the United length of tim that the money is bound to double Sunday tbe 12th. i Suits of all Kinds at Close Figures.: Largo Stock of jUata to Select From.

State. pretend to see an event of world-wide importance itself before he can write the check. lIe offers Hon. John B. Stetson the patron

'' marking a new grouping of the nations, money to cities in whose growth he has been a ma- saint that of place DeLand this is week.A expected. to arriveIn A Fashionable! .

''r in the fact that a Blip of a girl, the daughter of terial factor; and it ia flung back at him with scorn.

''yr, t ;r President Roosevelt, is to christen Emperor Wil He gives here aid the) people refuse; he offers there 480 pounds manatee has, or been sea cow killed, weighing on the Odd Lots of Shoes to Close OutGoing ''Walklng'Boot.lEI .

"'' "P r liam's racing yacht and that Prince Henry is to represent and before the time of) acceptance or payment the Myers.Cnloosahatchee river above Ft. T"'T"' THIS.. "

his imperial brother at. the function. France money has tripled in quantity. In his last effort V. L. Hopson a well-known real Any Price to Make Room for

l k and England are watching with careful eyes this the administration ho discovered the trust'taint in estate dealer of Lake City, well connected at j\\ .

new evidence of a possible reappronchmeut between his gift and wants .cash, as if all money did not dead of In paralysis.this state and Georgia, is : SprJ.c..g: : Goods,. TRAD, _

; tha United States and Germany. If reports are to smell. Before the conditions can have been com- Holmes county offers' a reward of' Which will Arrive February is t. Call and Take a Look at Them. It BRANDED',

be credited the affair is to signalize the "ciuching"of plied with the ten millions will have become twenty jliMN() ) for the arrest-and conviction of: ON tvSRYeN0& '

the surcingle on a great international. entente and the suplua will,work overtime to add to Jiis t the) the IncendiAry court house who recently set fire

wr'w _cordiale and the American and 'the Teuton are to discomfiture.' The woes of the rich pass under- Hon. I). A. FinlAyson has V>f>cn I. M.: MEYER WdledSole. ,

&l: ,, +.. march. hand\ in hand. through a common, swath in standing; but the troubles trials and travails ,of elected mayor. of Monticello. The ExlenaloD'Edge
i' 1' of nations. On account Of the polite Andrew Carnegie without electric lighting\ plant recently de- I
the history :. are precedent. We can stroyed by tire will be rebuilt. Lemon St., P ALA TKA, FLA. x.cIR.pedardutaftrtiST,4, .
extended to the daughter of Mr.\ Roosevelt fancy him in _
,,4 courtesy turning away despair from a dish of i George W.Adams widely known
the United States is to knock her trade barriers into nightengalea' tongues and sighing for a taste of citizen of Pensacola, has become ;

nM smithereens so far as they are in the least hurtful corned beef and cabbage. We can see his misery as suddenly liclty. lie Insane has been over taken domestic to Chatta-Infe-,I

,' 1f, > to Germany and the latter is to purchase American he dons his pongee pajamas and woulda that they lioochee. I The Brown Brick Co.

b '"k ; pork galore without ever looking for the tag of the were factory cotton. We would pray for him if we Andrew Carnegie has given $25,000 I

y et government inspector. The Star Spangled Banner thought it would do any good, and we would be one for usual a public conditions.library In There Tampa Is on now tbe a I WHEN YOU GO

,, and Die.\ Wacht am Rhine are to he woven into a of 50,000 to share in the distribution of his wealthif hot fight on in the town over a pro- MAKE THE

.- composite "Hoch bofe of us." we could be sure of finding 49.9J9 others as de posed location. Largest, HardestAND E3ird "Shoot5rl.g"You :: :
The House committee of
q; L ; At least that is what the diplomats pretend to be serving. As it is we can only pity. buildings and ground: will public report

t4 seeing. As a matter of fact, it is difficult for anyone -- -- _. ---- favoring the appropriation of $:JK-( Best Fire Brick
# without the aid of stimulants to see anything A SIl-A"ND-nLOOD HEUO. 000 to improve the federal buildingat will want some sheila. We have them for all kluds of game. I The smokeless
'k cd'' Jack onvill.. MADE'IN FLORIDA.
; : of a political nature in the whole matter. The emperor When a boat approached a wharf at San Francisco H. O. Snedeker of Melbourne, a STOCK ALWAYS ON HANDat powder sheila do the work without clouding the atmosphere. Just try them.

u t wanted a new yacht and a good one, and being a week or more ago thousands of people were Federal civil war veteran, has become Tilshman'a; Mill. ..
J : his there cheering waving hats and all because a brave mentally unbalanced through -0-
he
business placed order
of judgment
a man good long illness and him been taken to
It For prices call on or address, this Cool WeatherWhen
w where he could get the best vessel. It had to man deliberately forgot himself and attempted to Chattahoochee for expert treatment. II. O. IIAMM\ During

St : a be christened and nothing was more natural than save the lives of others. He was Captain Andrew The cotton growers ot the state Tilghman'g Mill, Palatka, Fla.

p that. the daughter of the president should be invited Hall of the ill-fated Walla Walla and it was for Gainesville.have organized J. B.an Dell association is president.at the atmosphere of the house In the morning and evening chilly- you can

lt to perform that office. In asking her to break the him the people cheered. Hon. John McAllister, of Melrose is be made comfortable at a minimum of ooet by u.lsg
"Don't a word about he said to the the leading member from Putnam
precious bottle the emperor paid a delicate compliment say me, county.Mr. .

I to the president and his family. No further newspaper men. "Give the boys all the credit. E. J. Coan former prominent

significance in the affair can be seen with the nor There isn't a coward among them. I've lost my contractor and builder of Winter The Barlor Oil HeaterThey

mal vision. When a vessel is christened the owner ship, but I'm proud because every man under me drowning Park has while committed suffering suicide temporary by e--,

m or a representative' is always proseut. William did his duty." dejection. His body ha been recov- E R smoke not, neither do they small; and yet we Bay unto_you that they

r could not come, so he sends his brother who is not did Let us see what this modest hero of the Pacific. from The the Grand lake.Lodge of Masons Is In will.give the required. warmth. If one of them ,should either smell or,smoke

v x very busy anyhow, and whose vacation will not disturb : session at Jacksonville. There_are you've but to tell us and you get;your money back. .
the trend of European affairs. He was sound asleep in his cabin when a great 145 active lodge of the- -order in the
;
stated that Prince Henry and ship crashed into his vessel. and gave her a death state and the total enrolled membership -
It can lie definitely in 1U01\ was 4,400. James Or-
cart ., Miss Roosevelt have not been empowered to signa wound. nell of Ormond ia the nand master. 'We Have AH Kinds of Stoves

+ a secret treaty, offensive and defensive and thatftd' He didn't waste a second. With a bound he was William 0 Ewing an ex-Judge of ..,.,,-r= ,
the of the world on deck, then on the bridge Bounding the alarm Chicago, ia going to tell time peo- f
will not
; t their meeting change map of what Christian OUR BREAD,WILLSATISFY
ple Daytona just
it And compel school children to learn! it all over He directed the crew, he told the passengers whatto Science Is, in a public lecture and a ALL.It ,and during January when you need them for boating purposes most, we are.n goingto

y do and how to do ib. He was every inch a commander good many. people think he will findIt will give to the young strengthand sell them at just enough above their cost to reimburse us for the freight' -,
k again. _________ he .a harder Job than that of being and make the old happy. -lii'1' ,
and beauty
yelled! to the last boat to "shoveoff fudge. ,

d '+ GO SLOW, OENTLK3IE3T.For 'I" without a thought of himself. Rob't. McNamee of Tampa ex- From the KENNERLY HARDWARE GO.
speaker of the state legislature, has Palatka Variety Bakery,
-
Hall
r Capt. went down with his ship. Few men do
For the second time within a year the government secured a verdict of $IOOIH! damages
HENRY THALdOTT Prop
postal authorities have requested the presence that and live to tell the tale. The great craft, lurched against John Penham the Pensa
*v 1 and sank and a thousand tons of green water cola Press. "Blood from a stone you
Florida editor at court. The more recent case
of
a cannot" so you carry the stone '
i ia that of Joel E, Smith of the Monticello\ Constitution covered her commander. When he came to the sur- Robert and, perhaps some time you shall be cause of suspension by ,"The State will not hereafter Butter I NOTICE OF APPLICATION ,, FOR
face and had filled his with air may be able to swap it off for a mutilated Governor. because lists of lands redeemed or Tax Deed 1 Under Section 8 of Chapter
bursting
who was arrested last week charged with the lungs pure 80 cents. But maybe the ex- Section 23._The assessor shall, th4l'1 sold have never been regularly; furnished 4US8, Law. of Florida
fraudulant use of the mails. he found himself clinging to a fragment of the speaker understands this. certain by sufficiently the tax assessors for the reason Notice la hereby given that William*
wreck from which he was taken aboard one of the There is trouble In the First Congregational not already that lands heretofore sold for non- Co.,purchaser of Tax Certificate No.6111,
'
have already value of the lands. and taxes had
: ;t Some of our mora hasty exchanges church therewith, the II payment not been stricken dated the 1st day of June A. D.., 1896.
4 The official
Tampa. -
boats. full each value. from the tax
them at their books and for the further -
w,, passed judgement in this case and most of them board Is airlii'' the pastor' Rev. assess Section 29.'-The Board of County I reason. that by the comptroler'scirculars. baa OI.'ll'&ld twrUnaate In my office,and
}' trifle The wreck was a horror. Many lives were lost. F. M. Sprague, but the congregation baa made application for tax deed to issue .
+ have' found for Smith. But are they not a commissioners shall have full power i the .assessors are very
{ There is mourning in scores of homes bat it is goodto Is with him, and declares that he is to equalize the assessment or the' properly directed to omit from the la accordance with law. Bald oar.tifioate -
,
Wd, Smith is ] and good fellow. He embrace the following described
_ previous? a lawyer a conducting the affairs of the church real estate in their respective counties tax book all and only those lands
birth and education who know that an American captain and crew, from In a most excellent manner both as for that raise : covered by the tax certificates property' situated In Putnam County,
and
? d w tr"" is likewise a gentleman by purpose may now Florida.,to wit:
4; top to bottom fought death with faces to the foe regards its spiritual and temporal or lower the value fixed by the,aa I held by the State: The list of tbe
is popular in Montioello society,. and there is no matters. Safest to bet your moneyon of real certificates held the Ft E. I ot N. W j.:(.Blk 9, P 800! Section
particular piece by State
and in their hearts. There cowardin sessor on any on 10, township 10, range 80-35 aorea.
RY Smith's courage wasn't a the congregation's judgment. raise lower .. 1
more refined society in the state. popularity estate, but cannot or September: 1901.\ on file in the The aid land being assessed at the
did not come to him by reason of his editor the lot, and a nation that produces such men can Mr.\ Henry M.\ Flakier has supple- the entire adHesnineut! the county, offices of clerks oithe Circuit Court data of the issuance of such certificate. lathe
die.There mented his $10,000 !gift of last spring their powers being only to equalize.It and are always accessible to the as- name of Wm. Hampton. Unleea
.
'C ship of the now defunct Constitution. The paper never to the state Agricultural college bya shall\ be unlawful for the County sessor. With the aid of these lists said oertlueate shall be redeemed according
of It consisted were also some noble American women in second gift of $20,000.: ( It In a most Comuilesloner to lower the assess- the assessors can and should under to law tax deed will l issue.
1y the journalism.
N was a blot on name donation and worthy of the meat of any personal property'given the law;ascertain from the reports
generous thereon 13th
on tbe day of *ebruary., A.
that wrecked who divided the honorswith this
ti? of eight pages fourof which were patent bowels, boat widest publicity n* showing the interest in by the owner. or assessed by the of tax Bales on file In the office D. 1002.-
; i captain and crew. Mr. Flairler; feels in Ills adopted assessor, which shall not have. been of the clerks of the- Circuit Witness official signature and seal
cow"'il''' fill 'rt while' the other half] contained Bill Arp's philoso- state though he makes request specified under oath. The County Court and of the tax- collectors. this the Sib my day of January A.,D. 190J.
phy and Sarge Plunkett's drivel with an occasional} that he wuuld be best pleased by Commissioners falling to obey this every 'lot and parcel of land'certified [Sean JOSEPH: PRICE
liver Tax Seth Low administration in New York startsoff having as little said< about the matter provision shall be subject to a flue ottfty or sold to the State, for any pre- Clerk Circuit Court, Putnam, Oo ,Florida,
notice sandwiched between a scraper
society aa possible dollars each and suspension. vleusyear' covered by the certificates -
well. Rev Dr. Parkhurst it and it
"" "ad." and an antidote for a bad breath or "that scores says "1'118 tax assessors are charged now held by the Stale In custody -
? is little better than Tammany; that it has good Rev. J. Anderson one time pas- with the imperative duty of asoer of the clerks, and should elimi- NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB I
lft tired feeling." The paper contained nothing in its tor of MoTyeire Memorial Methodist talnlng all property liable to taxation nate all of them from the assess Tax Deed Under Section 8 ot Chapter'
it : columns calculated to create a natural demand out- principles but is afraid to use them.. The adminis- church, south, Jacksonville but for and of assessing all real property ment rolls except those reported to 4888. Law of Florida.
tration promises a ."liberal enforcement" of the the past 10 years cashier of the Exchange at 'it* full cash value; and aU the assessor by the clerks each Notice la hereby given that William
ft WA ,side of Jefferson county, and its chief value at home National bank, Tampa, baa personal property at 'its true cash month since as redeemed. or sold. Company.. purahaw>rof Tax. Certificate
l f of cathartic nature. Yet its editor claimeda liquor laws, which means that the thirsty citizen retired from the bank. It Is thoughthe value.' The County CominlMsionera This 1 ia not so difficult a'''task All No. hha Sledhsaidhce of June A. O,
1' was a may have to go around to the side door_on Sunday.IF ; will enter politics, having become are charged with 'full power to equal come imagine aud even If 16 is, the 1S94 to in my
circulation of 10,000 copies more or Jess, scattered : acquainted with the "rough l'lder"president ize the assessment of the real estatein law. positively requires that it shall onioe. and baa made application for tax
--- during the SpanishAmerican their respective counties and for be done- In short'Ib 1* the sworn deed to issue>In aoool'claDoe"wltb law.
? J t s over the whole country. This circulation was set the Hoar proposition to deport all anarchistshad war, it is .said he now looks to that purpose may raise or lower the duty of every tax .assessor. to ..certain Said certificate embraces the following-
erfred by an endless chain premium offer, with bicycles been law in '00 there wouldn't have been the president for a Federal job. value fixed by the assessor on any all property liable to taxationand described property situated In Putnam ',
like inducements. The The little two-year old son of Mrs. particular piece of real estate, but to .assess all real property at 'its county, Florida to-wlt: -
and such things as enough of us democrats left in the country to tell J. L. Hollingsworth, of Bartowr fell cannot raise or lower the entire assessment full ash> value' and all personal 8 E y of N W yj, Section.'Township
3. chain broke in the unwinding, and the paper went to the tale and William J. Bryan might have been the backwards into an open fire place of the county the powers property at'its true cash value,' andit 10, Bang 26-40 acre. ".
claims that this last week. Mrs. Hollingsworth was being only to equalize. It shall be 1 is also the sworn duty of every tax The said land being aaaaed. at the'
wMS smash. The government system grand giascutus of tha island instead of the editor date of the isauaiaeof.
such
w In an adjoining room und was attracted unlawful for the. County Commissioners assessor to omit from the tax books certificate
"f of subscription getting ia a violation of the second of-a cheap country newspaper. by the screams of'the baby. to lower the assessment 01: all property, real and personal, not In the name of Jos..A. B class postal privilege. Smith not. It is him up, put him in a any personal property! given in by subject to taxation. Any information said certificate shall be redeemed accord. ,
says ---- -
bathtub and turned the water on, the owner or as essea by the assessor, concerning valuation bank or ng to t w, tax deed will Issue thereon on
therefore a question of law and fact for a jury to MR. Crumpacker of Indiana has introduced a bill which extinguished the flames, but which shall. not Lave been specified corporate stock not accessible in the Hth day of February, A."D. 1003 .
r r '> decide and the and public can afford to await in congress making it a capital offense to conspire not until the ''child was horribly under oath." your county that can be supplied Witness. my official signature and teal
? f
: t' press burned. Mrs. Hollingsworth was also "To assess property does not meanto From tbe State Departments will be thle the Bth day January A, D. 1903.
'.,, e that decision. government does not recklessly toward or participate in the lynching of an alien. badly burned on the hands. It is copy the description and value furnished on application. [faux] JOSEPS PRICE)
.t,. prosecute legitimate publications. If anything, i it This is an unjust discrimination. We are not in thought the little one will recover. from.a tax book of a previous year, Yours respectfully, Clerk Circuit Court.Putnam I:o.,Florida.
It that the assessor must "W. B. JENNINGS
but means ,
in its enforcement of law favor of limiting lynch ings to home-folks. "---- NOTICE
Mjg 't has been too lax against ascertain the proper description and Governor OF APPLICATION: FOB
; "0 t abuses of the second class privilege. The Third As- To County Assessors'! of Taxes: full cash value of all property liableto Tot Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter
P sistant Postmaster General trying to reform things Ir it is idleness that is breeding mischief in the Numerous and serious complaintsare taxation. It is theduty of the and assessors -! NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB 4888. Law of Florid

t k"t, by exacting from publishers a full compliance with Philippines, why not inaugurate slavery and be received from nearly every por- to ascertain to make from diligent any and enquiry nil sources, Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter Notice I Ia hereby given that William
b thia law. In these efforts he should have the support done with it? tion of the State that much property Including the public records In ,the 4888. Law of Florida. A Company purchaser of Tax Certificate
of the legitimate newspapers of the country, liable to taxation. escapes "assessmentand several county offices, what lands Notlue is 1 hereby given that W. a No. tM, dated the 3rd day of July: A.!>..
ti also that valuations In many Townsend, purchaser ot Tax Certificate 1899, ha* iliad Bold certificate 1
not *
and other property are, orare my
&:k 1" f. Aw and legitimate newspapers don t have to give town Kipling's Recessional. oases are too low. The following subject to taxation. The commission No. 741, dated the 8rd day of July A.. D., of ice, and has,made application far tax
and steel trust' bonds with subscriptions. provisions* of the revenue, law, Chapter 1899 has Bleu deed to l Issue
jots preferred A correspondent request. that we publish;. Kiplng's"Becesslonal. [ allowed the assessor la to compensate said certificate la my office, la accordance with law,
/ 43i June let 1805,
/ approved relating -
and haa made Bald certificate :
application for embrace
tax deedto the
4 ." Here it J la t for this. work to be properly done. following
C"1 '
to assessments and valuationsare This law was enacted In IMU5, and it I Issue In accordance with law. Bald! Inscribed property situated In Putnam
Ood of our father, known of old- mandatory.Section I certificate embrace the County, Florida, wit
to
_" is presumed that all officers know following described :
ANDREW CARNEGIE DESERVES PITY. Lord of our lar-flung battle line- 19.Every assessor shall the law. It la their sworn duty to property situated-* In Putnam S. E. % of H.: W. >i, and N. E.1. of N.
_ Beneath Whose awful Hand we hold require any person giving in the I County. Florida, to wit E. }.Section 33 .
There to be a wide-spread conspiracy to faithfully perform the dutIes' of the : Township 10,liaug 86
; seems, and list of his
Dominion amount
over palm pine or personal propertp -
offices they hold as prescribe by law. E. 97 A. of N. W. !*. section 89, township -80 acre.
prevent Andew, Carnegie from realizing the hope of hard Ood of KoBrt, be with nil yet to make oath before him that, the It la also the imperative duty of 11. 25-97 acres. The said land being assessed. at lbs
r i r a l lifetime 'and attaining the end to whose accomplishment Lest we forf t-lest we forget I same in full and to correct take such and oath any the tax "assessors to omit from the "Bald, land being asseooed at the date date of the l issuance of.such'-certificaten
refusing
j The tumult and the: shouting dlea- person tax book all land not subject to of the Issuance of aaah oertlflaate !la the the name nt F. Q. ]Brown Tr. Unles*
,\' he bending all his energies. The steel The captains and the kings> depart shall reduce not the be permitted valuation afterwards made such to taxation.. Among the lands not subject name of Koualar Bro Unless said oerIfluate said certificate! shall] be redeemed aooordlng
.:I ,'Ii';. king i i. doing his best to arrive at the end of his life Still atatuia. Thine ancient Sacrifice assessor of his personal property by for to taxation are those certified or < shall be redeemed aooordlng to to law, tax deed. will Issue Uoiroon on
.r'? An humble and a contrite heart. The valuation sold to the State for any previous law, tax deed,will issue thereon on the he 8rd day of February: A. D,. 1909.
,, t i and his riches at the same time, and he is finding' it Lord God of Hosts be with UII yet, item that year.of by the of any, )'.\r for the non-payment of taxes lath day of February. A. D., 1903. Witness my official signature and seal
i'f f,. no easy) task. It may be fairly assumed that in addition Lean we forgo t-lest we forget! shall in property no cue prevent taxpayer the assessor unless they are sold by or redeemedfrom Witness my ofllolal signature and seal this the OTtH ,day ot De t'mber. A.' D..
the State. The revenuelaw this the 8lh day of January, A. D. 190 IvOl
a { .. i ',.tJI.! ... 1,." to his own ability he has retained the best Far-called On dune and our navies headland melt sinks away-the flreJlx -, and from If he determining 1Ih..l1 ascertain its true that value any- provides In section 24, that.'the assessor ,(till> JOSEPH PRICE) ,! Clerk[ ] JOSEPH PForida.I.
;; .;.: 4'''! '. ;> talent to assist him in so adjusting hs method of >, all our porn II'of yesterday item of property is too, small, he shall not assess Any lot or parcel Circuit Court,Putoam ., Florida.< ".:Ot. of Putnam County"
:t.l and his expenditures that according to they I* one with Nineveh and Tyrel shall Increase the same to its true of [land certified or gold to the
j ; : living( State for previous antes
u of the Nations alue. If feels any year
Judge spare u* yet any taxpayer ag-
'
Restaurant.Furnldhed .
., + :!o-+../,W. 1"(1. '',''most accurate actuarial. compilations, his breath ,Lest we forget-lest we forget I grieved at the valuation placed upon such lot or parcel of land so certified Stockholders Meeting. European --
in list
sold shall be Included the
\f -: will leave his body at the same tIme' that his last If, drunk with sight of power, we loose any item,be of shall property complain by to the the tax County asseesor furnished or by the comptroller to the Notice la hereby! given that the '

_l1 t.: t> 1<' dollar leaves the bank; and, furthermore, he has Wild tongues that have not Thee lu awe- Commissioners at their meeting in assessors aa now provided by law.' ot annual meeting ot the Stockholders Rooom,
; the
,f." / J Such boasting aa the Gentile* use Section 97 provides that'the tax M, Wilson Cypress Company of
that the valuation be :
':. the assistance of a great horde of volunteer who Or lever breeds. without the law-' August/ adjusted. may. lessors. of this state shall receive no ''Palatka;Fla.,for the year 190a will flat and Cold Batjis
t;I' --"I:;"!> would aid him in his efforts. But it all seems in- Lord God of Hota, be with us yet, properly Section .,W).-All personal en. .tats compensation for assessing lands In be held at the office of the Company
\ Lest we forgot:""-Jeet w. forget! liable to taxation the value of which which ..reno* subject Ju> taxation.: Psiatka Fla.\at o'clock a. m. met AtROBERT.
( effective If he gives 91,000,000. ( for the establishment ; 011 Wednesday
't For heathen heart that puts her trust hall not have been apeclfled ,under This make I It the Imperative_duty February 6th, 1908,
,: ..:'" of a library Oshkosh there ia; compensating In reeking tube and iron shard- 'oath aa aforesaid. Khali be. estimatedby of the tax assessor to omit from tIe for such the other election of Director and
ad assessment rolls 'any lot or parcel of busine.i a. come JAMES'SQt.t'
rise in stocks and he finds hiiflself a* rich aa All valiant duet that build on dust the assessor Itrtrue li"value before Ute may
1 meeting.
.1' : And guarding call* not Thee.to guard, according to his best Judgment and land certified or sold the rotate for any ,
4'4': before. When ha buys the outputot a church organ For frantic boiwt and foolish word,. information and his failure previous year" unless directed. oth r- ,'I'.Inika J'la"Jan,Wxiaov' 6ef -( .' )Ohaa.KapparbaMh)
esimate tbe .
wU ,
fl ',:' :. ;' factory, ,hfa action. in followed by a rise on bonds. Thy m roy. on Thy people, Lord I Amen lector, ,refusal to ma .suoh by comptroller ( PAU'lJU.: ,*, a tfLQAWJt

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I GROVE'HALL. it Is Surprising_ t .


THE CRESCENT CITY NEWS. The amount of FirltIRBI


'--' Hats{ Caps Shoes Collars and Cuffs HecHies Suits
For excellence of location thin popular Hold Sbirt ,
I. uncixaolled From ,
its broad
Crescont City Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Glltord of New ordl'mrlly attractive.. a back ground COMO. TtuwHare. lm l In all direction.verandnhainRKnlfloont .. Etc:, Sold by
Bedford, MUSH., are among the more for the many beautiful ladles. and
to one ot the most beautiful location In Plor.ide. It overlook beautiful Cronoonl Luko on ono
Tbft town !I.In tha eouthenrirorn prt of recent arrivaln at Orove Hall and a graceful gentlemen who thronged On Wednesday of last: week after side and oliarinlng liiko Btulta on tha otter
PuImooisnty' ,26 'mile* from Valntka. and IBroaohait charming addition to the contingent the hall. The music wits furnished C. L CHAMBERLIN
: : : : dark Mr. It I Is ft quiet bomoltko
by liber toamer or rallroau tires of northern guests who people that home talent fInd better satisfaction L. A. Hart, on his way piano alwajff well .
oentuity 110.0" high. ground which rla.Bgraoe> hOll by gave home, met with what might ,have flllod with ffUBHM who enjoy the reaL Which ,
fully from the went bank of OreMiont Lake, a popular e. Mr. and Mrs. Gifford than any of the Imported article I been a serious accident but like Ibis obannliir oily uftbrdff.HUNTING. Crescent '
4
_1I.Uul& Mhnet of clear water It)iul.u& lu latiKtli. seem pleased with the place and which has of late yearn furnish ; City. '
and from three to fl.. mlltw lu width Ihe people, and will likely remain sometime ed the Inspiration at local some other "might have beens" resulted ... yiSHINO. BJCYCLJNO.MAOMFJCKNT .
pIao.swoilhldou In town and. grove lota, dancing only in what a needle could -Sr The reason lies In the foot that ha carries .Hue of up-to-date goods-The\IndpBplo
Bertie Lounda
lb. Iorm.r oonBtliutlttB a portion of the lowu parties. was therewith make rood. As he w quietly wending : GOLF LINKS want.
but six. blooka la width. Iylnlbul..n two his violin and Miss Alice
lakes-laka oreo.nt on tho .a.t and lake Stella Mr. Samuel H. GrafHn, a popular Willie his way meditating upon the Two block from tha hotel.* UNO of Link free
on th. w.... T lief I ere I of hike SUilla U 49 feet guest at Grove Hall, was presentedwith Hutchluaon and Carrier alternately sins he might have committed but !to Uotel gueflt ,, Hamilton-Brown Shoes and Shield Brand Huts are guaranteed, aa 1 also are

higher than thiu of lake OrvHoant thus afford! ,a highly decorated cake by the presided at the piano. Refreshments Imdn't. a dark mass suddenly rose Bouwn opuiiv' November l I.". Monarch, Sweet Orr &: Co'8. Shirts, and Oorlls and Coon Collar at for 25 oonta. ,
baa log perfect lie. lourCelti dra1ng flprlnga. Tba and water la kept of laka absolutely&Ukolla: ladies who sit at his table last. Fri. were served and dancingwaa'lndulged tloae to the road and rushed at him. Every rouui hits been oeuupled during tho 1

p ira by the towu autburltliw wile, have ma .mUdtjmeanor 10 In any way oonuMt.lnai. it. 27th Mithday. There wits a small visitor from the hotels and clothes and knocking him over back for Cite oomlntf tteuaon should
baakof The' iUni lake System nttilln lUUway two,mllea touuUu from: the the town went wax taper on the cake for each year homes called at the hall during the WHTdo. As he went over his huncln addrrou time proprietor PrJnMrin UOABIDLLIII IH'C I the Plaoa to buy all hlDds* MefthnndUe. ,

ana a little ........r conveys pummngor.. ., Rod of the recipient's life. Mr. Urafiln progress In, of the It party, and all unite came in contact with two horns and D We give ;you what you pay for '
freight and ruin the town ana Orenoout City out the cake and all it pronouncing a decidedly plea
enjoyed aa giving a twist he landed the object
Junction, the ntmtun.Tiietrip lint affair. Several .- .
railway men ---
well the occasion which rise young its William C. Norton -- -
by ataanaar. from Palatka or Jncknonvlllo aa gave fiom Palntka. on side and the startled cow, aa :
'.one ot tile moel doiltflutul water rl In the whole ana the pamoaaer who' ..'a- maledictions aa she went. WeWoulclLikeYourc
I'ia''rJ: ::
takea till entranced from start to of the finest drives out from '
an lab. At a point ulna n.lio .,,.ttb ut 1'alatka Crescent City Is the new Oakwood For Frldny! Night. Mr. and Mrs.Grimes, from Petoiky, Crescent City, Fla.CRESCENT .
the Btoamar leave. the fit Jot.ua and outer road. Through the efforts of Mr. W. Mich., arrived Friday of last week
Deep rl..r. a rattier narrow but ....uo". The promised musical and literary
.,Mini lined on either.tilde by a ihlok growthof H. Campbell and others this road has i entertainment to be given by the ladles to test the difference between Michigan ;- o r
cyproem.,deb anil pelmottoverluIk. l, foreatprimeval. been neatly gradod and covered with' composing the V. I. A. will occur snows and Florida sunshine.The INK uototoo.woiMrs. This ooinfortablo.. : : ':ade. ,;

L ftttfment, and The tbeva rl.or'la never curve a are.long chart laacb and of pine straw, making It in all respects at the ball tomorrow (Friday) Gates brothers and Mr. tho .....n"lImo.., of
,l water in ...10.. After ulna unlliMi. of travel an easy road to travel. In additionto evening the 24th inst. Schwartz, "Yanks" from Crescent J. O. Cook and Mian K. O. Wales, both of -

through this atrearn. the aunmer..emerges luto the wagon track there has been The program Is to consist of music City, came to Como Friday going Cbnutautiuo, N. Y.. whore they have had In order receive It we have concluded not to offer bait 1
tba broad and beautiful Lake or oenA run t any other than
t of aa hour ana a belt lauds tbe,pavBangur atOrescent made a graded bicycle path, or ex- and poetry pantomime and tableau back Sunday. After a trip to Miami many year of experience In oatcrlntc to'' the a
City the .steamer aoutnurumost tentlon of the old path from (I. H. and those who have direction of the the quartet will liven up Como for comfort of vlHltors to the oolubrutod Lake strictly pure lice of edibles at a modest advance above cost. We have an Idea
landing. Tba boat, loaves Jacksonville" at d a. Gautler's on to the Oakwood gate. entertainment feel sure that they will the rest of the winter. These gentlemen Chitutauqua AHHombly.

m.Palatka every at Tuesday.8 p m me Thursday name days.and Returulug Haturdayi Dr. O. F. Sprague ia absent from present a program that will give hall from Cleveland 0., and The hound has bean thoroughly renovated that we buy as cheaply 8 anyone In our line, when It comes t goods of real

the boat leaves Ureaoont City nn Monday, Wad home this week In attendance pleasure to all who attend. The Cambridge Pa., and are delightedwith and will afford a most pUuuuint home for That' .
oesday and Friday at V a. m.. arriving at l'alatka >' upon the beauties winter merit all the kind we keep. We'pay tho highest ptloe for and
: s>t 10 a. m. and A. Jacksonville. at 4 HO the Grand Lodge of Masons In Jacksonville News bespeaks for the ladles a'1."n-' the salubrity, and visitors. The tuble I. supplied with EGGS
p. m. Ho parson ever took the atwunor Orescent of which body he l is one of oral attendance of our people. The the sport at Como. the boot the market aflbrdH. Rate made, COUNTRY PRODUCE Suppose ;you give us a trial order for OROCEEIE8. We
for Orescent, Olty without axparlnnolnff the senior members. The local Masonlo program begins promptly at8 o'clock. Rev. R. B. Templnton for the post known on Application.
new sensations. of pleasure and short stop at The admission has been fixed at 25 two of the CRESCENT CITY Irf.A.Lound's have an Idea you will not grumble at the
the little city make any manor woman a Ufa lodge was organized In 1B88: years pastor M. E. Church prices and ;you can't at the goods.J. '
long lover of tha and the doctor has, with the excep cents for adults and 15 cents for chil here ban been assigned to tho Mel-
In the town proper.. axe' some, of the moat. Lion of three yearn' been its master dren. The proceeds go to tbe association. bourne circuit on the east ca. t. The

beauuful the homes atiltured b.'uool and in Ito prosperous.state' and all of that time. He la a 89d degree pulpit here la left open for future Drug Store W. MILLER 1
..J.r: school, two ohurflhee-Kplaoopl Mason. and one of the best posted _..-.a- supply by the presiding elder. ,
and Fresbyt'rl n-a ud two good boUtls.btMldea :' members of the order In the state. Annual Meeting. Dr. And Mra. Rrlohf. have arrived
pleasant places where board
private Crescent City CRESCENT CiTY.TORRY'
can be obtained. Hotel and boarding house at Como for their health, and are .
Miss C. McDougall arrived last
.. are Tba people have The annual meeting of the V. I. A. "f
pro- at the
Tided well'kept :li'II for the entertitlo.mont week and will spend the winter with was held In the hall on Friday afternoon stopping Sullivan House. Offers visitors and citizens a _- '- '
of those who like thla. amuaemont.Orescent Mrs. Collins 11. Hubbard at "Llsna- of last week. The principal Rev. Win. Stones preached Sunday

any other town Oily In had tlie.wore county orange Orange groves culture than ro." Miss McDougall was for many business of the meeting was the election morning In the Baptist church to a Complete line of $ SHOE-BRIT \
I. "' leading occupation of the people and the years a regular winter visitor to of officers for the ensuing year. large congregation. There Is a good :
: quality of this fruit bus. long been rogarued ... Crescent City, making her home There was a good attendance. The prospect that !Mr. Stones will fill the

the superior......to Alnuint that grown every lu any ultliien.other of anctton the place of with the family of the late Hon. Bela newly elected officers nre Mra.' F. Baptist pulpit one Sunday in each Toilet .articlesAnd Announces a Special Sale ofMexi's .t

J h... a well.kept grov t many of wbloh occupy Hubbnrd at Hubbard Park. Since M...Payson, president; Mrs. W. A. mouth; Just which Sunday will be '
tile grove lota of incorporation will I*others the death of Mr. Hubbard. and the Russell, lat vice-president ; Mrs. announced later. 3.OO Shoes ett, S.T'S. i
xtaud Into the' country back.. The more ha nut breaking up of' the pleasant family Frank Gautler 2nd The Epworth League met Druggist SundriesAt Those
ofCreeo.ntClIyarellv, men and they show' vice-president; Sunday goods are Stylish, W..I.mao and the best Wearersto
c atocka of goods which would uovredli to manyof circle, her visits have not been regular Mrs. W. D. Benbatn secretary; Mrs. evening Mr. A. Yeardley leader. be had
the larger cities. of the state. Living I. but her coming always brings 8. M. LaBree. treasurer. Mra. A. B. Subject Evangelization of the world. Moderate Prices. the money. '1\

cheaper...... than almost. any other town la the pleasure to a.hosts of old friends aud Torrey and Mrs. L. A. Hurlbut were Mr. FJ. F. Sullivan has come home The large part of our stookIs We are headquarters for Lale'and Children Fine Shoes also.. Ladles, sea \

Tb. streets. are lined with. shade trees and admirers.Mr. elected delegates to the State Fede from Jacksonville with a good case our Dainty Rubber Footholds for Damp Weather. i
the laid native the IlveoAks. ,and broad limit walk are J. H. Campbell Plaln'eld. ration. The officer's report. were as of malaria. He reckons it will take of recent arrival. (
on principal streets Jllcyole paths
lead In many directions.Partlaa N. J., was In town last the follows: Como about one month to straighten A. CRESCENT
guest of Mr. S. E. Neal. week1 t on BEOKKTABY'B REPORT. him up again. We have lately been appointed Agent B. TORREY '

Sunday for the Manatee section During the 1901 there baa been Capt. and Mrs. Clifford from Bos for> the American Bicycle Company and CITY.fl .
.. year
In Cr a eiit City dmlrlniT to sob If ;your mind Is on wheels (not wheels in ."
erlbei too this paper. or wlHhlns to renew where he has orange property. Mr. ten regular and three called meetingsof ton, made their welcome appearance ,
head mind
their eubscriptlitna thereto, may leave their Campbell haa extensive grove prop the, association with their usual on Sunday for a winter's stay at your ;you) come and let us -
tame pustolno.and aaoney, who with la our Mr.authorised K. O. tx>un ag.n U ntkha erty here,' the same being situatedto I routine of business. We have maintained "All View Cottage." show you what we can do for you I tj''

the northwest of town on Plum our membership with the Our fishermen are getting In trim .'

Hill. He Is a prosperous but'busy State Federation of Woinana' Clubs, for the season, and the catches are JOHN VINCENT Q. B. ."
"""" businesa man Plainfield, and when paying the annual,fen for member- encouraging. t,
he gets to Florida he enjoys every ship. a.-a
Personal IanJodj moment of the time, fishing and Owing to our ambition to pay off He Likes It. HAIR UUTTIHU IN APPROVED: STYLES.

hunting being hit favorite fltlltlmtt" ourindebtedness it was thought wise CHILDREN'S WORK A t-PEClALTY. *mame**& W IIBJHaai
lIe exterta to return in to send no delegate to the Annual POMONA FLA., Jan 14, 1902. Tbe shop haa recently boon equipped with

Mr. Henry Eutchlnson Sun. when he will fish and hunt another club meeting. However,we regrettedvery EDITOR PALATKA NEWS. a new and modern chair and other comfort 4 ASTONISHING OFFER I Kndoar
spent week before returning home. much our inability to do so, as The first issue of your new paper, My rnvora are kept In condition; only I clean

day with his family. There have been a few scattering little benefit can be derived from our January 9th was read with much !toweU are mod and custom on are guaranteed br..._|..*r prvfemd..by...Mlii,... _.to.HoUw .,

The new Btora of Paul C. Smith is shipment oranges during the past membership unless we meet with the pleasure, and contained more news perfect tiBfaction. ardor Middleman, to ., ..>b Ooriar.. dMldwllonow*,f the bn. Mlldlrvct of th. *..u..... of D....', .

faat nearing completion.\ week But most of the crop on the other DssociatlonR. We have paid of interest than any one paper we Popular Brvnrf* of Whliklif" .fid Clfrnrc' M ,IBM toth thitn Caniumr wl,oloinl. .* ..,I-.i> ,

Charlie Johnson has a contract for trees has gone forward. Borne grow. $60 on our debt during the year have have read for months past. You -=t=I=' Id i RPAIITIFlIf_PRIZE THEE *ontKTnnTiMiiTKBY OMI(> W11LUKTTIIt.. ,,, I' ,
'
ers have fruit stored in packing kept our interest paid, also paid our seem to be imbued with the old ,h hEspacimily ). four
building new cottages for the houses which was picked before the taxes on the city property. We have motto "Multuin\ In pravo" contains Reliable! Garden Seed .. on*ho*of our Ji' UVMUh-til.MltMi.ilnorubi.i, ll ::-:10.**l* i
.fattaHrlpMlBll *
employee of Mr. Driver's turpentine **Will(It**VBtM.l I TKLf tti ln"1dnMt
recent cold spell, and which they had our hall reoalsonnlned the rootrep..lred. wisdom in a condensed form. Th. ,t 1 open f MM Mtn WlchX >
'camp. will hold until such time as the made several additions to l la what we farmers need; we have Sol...... -wind.do& Mm. J. A. loon houf has been! critically market makes a decided Improve- our furniture and dishes for the not the time to waste in reading an and Adapted for C h n PIM,.| MMrrrhtum ClfMr Holder.'I .n M* r. hntn 3 3U.

Ul during; the past. week, but at ment. The last of the oranges from kitchen the grounds also have been hundred to pain the information ..SOUTHERN PLANTING. n\'h'\iwM l outeli*> bn-:|I pajr pntly pMrlmff l alh r Tobacco button*.poath I hUl top I :r button. wtm.1 hrtrj a.k
latest reports her condition was con- the McComlok A Hobbs rove went kept nice and clean. This together which might be given us In ten IIne I...i ..\..hutton*, I donbl*eh.'ln and on* bMUtlful eh MTU

sidered much Improved. north by the steamer Crescent on with the care of the cemetery has If your paper continues to give. ua A complete and ,...h stock of :'= rl'ttxl Allth- ::=.''>Bfibmiof*ni n

MIA Spencer of New York city Monday. Capt. Miller has a large been all we have done in village im so much news In so email a apace, Bermuda B..o.. Cabbage Onloa f. Celery TomntoeII Genuine ana I f 1 : : .a.fllll h*hnuiht CO for Of 1. ..D$13' \W..I."

and Mra. Dr. Sanderson of Milton part of his crop yet to ship but the provements. The cemetery has been we will appreciate It above all others kind of .eed for f.rU : and ftnd riartr, **,'lnn r*txrit nur Ulllal*than M$tuk*Ji3 for M I,.utlniiUcm.nOr*'lot:: :Whl. :
Vt. are here for the winter and are fruit is being well oared for and growsIn cleaned three times and we builta which come into our place. field' always bend.ON" : := : O. .
;
guests of Mra. F. B. Crotty. value each week. covering over the well for the use H. Eawn. ... TTO smmo SeNt OUT.CATaLOQO5 .) :.. fnrtory WeU.en Th.le M UeirMdMdr nlcare r*fur rtUiiint.dTttrtltedbefor nw lnRitrePratoluraorannlMintPMkMtkiKatwUlitwobUde

Among the out of town I The Infant'child of Mr. and Mrs. J. of lot owners. There was much PaCNTHE eew.u. E I : 1 001 ;:, :u,: t
shoppers more we would like to have done but wMMMle PrlM K4M of .tbd i to -;
k wvtted
t> *
here butt. week were Kev. M C. C. OrlDMlay has been a great sufferer lot EXCELSIOR SEED FARMS, M. M
for lack of money. If every own- JUST i.&iTiHsVIQtn.O, cut Jo Clark fit.
the week from dislocated TO SHOW YOU. (h.w
pact a
Welch the veteran Congregational| er would pay the fifty cents asked TUB OHIPPINO BROS. CO. _
pus tor of Pomona, and Mr. K.I Olm- shoulder and a wrenched elbow for annually we could do\ muuli more. f. O. Boa 33 D. Jackaaavlll.fla.|

tead. Just what in caused the home.the accident The la a We have given a number of card ONE POUNDTo ]PtlifciH lKilf *!fti ir=llfaJr1tilrrff&Vf
mystery baby
,Mrs. Blsset. of Harrodflbu g. Ky. seemed to suffer It parties and other entertainments
but ARE
intensely aa which have added much to the pleasure each customer January 24 and
with her son, arrived on Friday! ,
wet known to be well there was some
evening and are stopplugwith Mrs. delay in sending for the family physician our winter visitors and towns 25, finest Creamery Butter, lor NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR 'ANjAD
-: people. We had a donation of $12 Tax
F. B. Crotty. Mra. Ulsuet Is a cousin ; but on the arrival of Dr. Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter
of Mrs,Dr. Zoll. Sprague:, he found the dislocated given in from the lady guests at 25 OENTS.Sold 4888 Laws of FlorlJa. YOU
Urove Hall In February, aa well as
Miss Carrie Hodges and 'Mlfl shoulder. This he remedied but the several other small donations. There in connection with 50 cents Notice Is hereby given that Williams\ '

FrlHselle" batnumi Heights. were little one still seemed to suffer and haa been a few new names added to worth of other goods. It is the &: Company.; purchaser of Tax O ,rtln- '

guests of Miss Ilutchlnson; last week further examination revealed aswell- our roll, and much interest seems to finest Butter in Putnam County. cat No. 493: dated the 4th day of July.A. DEAF ? ; 'INOISES/ ?
and attended the Thursday evening Ing at the elbow. This was also corrected be taken in our work and we hope D., 1808/ bus med said our ti flea te in
at V. I. A. luau.e and now the little one Is doing my office and lifts made application for
party; the coming year, lUOtt, to be the very ALL. CASES OF
well but it; had a season of Intense beat of association. 'IRON nND BRnSS BfD8. tax. deed to Issue In accordance with law.
r Mrs. B. N. Bradt and Mills Bradt suffering and an anxious mother'l8ulferlngs year.Respectfully our submitted Said certltloate embraces the followingdescribed DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARINC
of Huntington were In town one day wereiilao all tnatahe could LlLLIB property situated la Putnam
B. OR1MSLHY.Secretary.
last week and made-some pleanant well bear up under. We are showing an exceptionally County, Florida, to wit: ARE NOW CURABLEby
calls on frlenda. The ladles dined fine line of these .8 | of N. W. k. of 8. W. If, Section
The Federation of Woman's clubsof goods at from '
with Mra. C. H. Preston. invention. those born deaf incurable.
TREASURER'S REPORT. 10, Township 10, Range 20-3D acres. our new Only are
the state will hold its annual
The card party at the V. I.. A. Halt In thla convention Science. J.n. 14, lost' .. .... .. ........ .. 1'7.01 <4.6O TO SM2.OO.: Tbe said land being assessed at the
city next week Wednesday : HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY.F.
1CItCEIPT: $ :
on Tuesday evening of last week was and Thursday On Thursday From. EnterUlnroenU...... 7001x ) The best we have ever had. date of the Issuance of such oertlflcate ;
quite generally attended. Mra. Bobt. evening the delegates will be Donation......... ".w In the name ol F. Q. Brown Tr. Unless A. WERMAN, OF BALTIMORE, SAYS '
O. Williams rot the first price for at the hall. Delegates .. Hall Knot...... 11I116 said certificate shall be redeemed BALTIMORE, Mil, ) :,. :,
ladies and Mr. C. H. Preston that given a from rceptlon the various woman' ?" Annual Dun.,. T.MI R Refflefflei ie OpeADauJevQr according to law tax: : deed will l Issue a full Grunrmnt history of t-itiy Being entIrety. to be uiwl cured at of your denfnem.ilincrelion.About tlmnkl. to your treatment, I :n r,o ..

for (centlernen.Mr. clubs of the state will be present and I 13LIIII thereon on the 3d day of February, A. P.. 6.. yean c.ago my right ear began to.1"1. and thl kept on getting wo. lost I

.'Walter Clii?'. home and the sessions will be held In the mornIng DISBURSE ENT3. iaoa, my Suierwe'nt'a'treiitmeiiiffor: :: .
pine Keep right 'round Lake Witness official signature and seal I cln.h. for three month., without anynuccem,cn.ule.mimberol
and afternoon of both Fnterutlnmanta........ HI' 1.01 my ,
days In V. .. .
ry baa been connected with tile La- .. II.U................... ::11I.11II Stella to the fills the day of Deo. A. D., phynlclau, among <0.1.. eniliient. .pecialfrfof till city would hat 'i'
I. A hall. of the 191. only an even that tonporseily I that the head nouxa
Very :7t
Bree-Borsen telephone system. Mr. many promt roderaUoo Fee ........,.. U.4atutlon'ery [Seal) JOdEPH then eeaiie; t't''D" \ = ,:r the o. .t. ear o, hnrl: lost forever
nent ladles of Florida will be here .. .......... .. PRIE.
Tax. jut:
Clltl want the service for the ordered treat
I then udvortleonent New Votle
leninlly a your
purpose C. H. Preston Ciork Ct. Ct. ot Putnam your .d
and Crescent City will welcome them ........... ...... .8' Co. Store, ment After I had used It only a few doy. yoiv p"r. ." nulme.cea'ed. and
'
of weather
getting report V. it. Yard.. ......... .... &7Itntareat / lea .c..ln810. .. ''d
with heartiness that has made .oy. after week* hcutina In the b. been I 'thank
a ray
our
'
.................. .. 100 euU..lyr.'om.
Messrs. C. K. Liggett! and W. H. little place famous for Its hospitality Patti ou Note............ .. tout Its the place you are looking fOl:. NOTICE: ov APPLICATION FOR .ly aud beg to remain V.r tri,7 JotJ.RMAIir 7jo8 Broadway Bnltimor. Md. ).
Hyde, of Newark.N. ..., friends i of nil the state. The |
over town has Tax. Deed Coder Section 8 of Chapter '
M.... r.. Pulver anti. Marsh of Grove been honored by being selected aa t na.9i S in.01Balanaa Owr treatment does. not interfere tvttb your usual oeetpatt. '

Hall were visitors for a short time the place of meeting and the peopleare ...,.............., ... .. ............ I 18.W IN $81lK8 J[ 4888. Lva In of Florida. Eza.nlnattnnaod YOU CAM CURE YOURSELF AT HOME a.ala8 ,', j
Notice hereby given O. B.Estabrook '
last week. They left on Saturday for not unmindful of the distinction. thtn ,,
O. L. PBBSTON Treaa.
of CertificateNo. INTERNATIONAL/ AURAL CLINIC/ 596 SALLE AYE. CHICAGO
Orlando.Mr. Let all,unite In an effort to make our purchaser L ILL !
of these two feel CR..TBSY WrTTffn.Balance Blacks, Whites and Fancy and all 638. dated the 6th day of Apri. A.D., .
guests days -
some -- ------- -
Charles Hutohlnson expected of Jan. 14,1901.,....,.......:;..... f TO and widths of ribbons 18119 has Bled Bald my --- -
.to terminate his visit on Wednesday thing the pleasure we have In receiving Annual*........................ .... BJDI8BURHMENT3. grades we oOlae and has made application for MEDICINAL HELPS. Many a bright and happy hoaehold lies beenthrown
them-that the pleasure have values t Into eadnou and morrow because ot the)
,and return to his port of duty at Bagua may extraordinary aud l Isaua In accordance with from 'cold.BALLAHIVa .
death D' a loved one a negleoled
de .Tanamo Cuba He stated be as equally divided. possible.Au $5.5) the is Al. Ask dee t Chapped handa,cracked and roughnejaof
:! quality to see them. I embraces the following b lp. HUBEHor/NDaYUUr I I. tha greatoure
that beexpsctej to make another ------ .. ... (meaning Oemalcrjr.......... <.U Mid aerlftDt I property situated In Putnam the the moat akin Healing oure"quickly ointment In thai world. ,r oougha,eolde and ..I pulmonary' all
Well ...... ...... .... 8,40 ; menta. and ,Drug;
Visit to his parents next winter. cover. Ir..l 6.0. Lu. .
Invitation.The Poawut........................ ... County Florida to wit: Lounda Drug Btore. Btore.frank. S
Hon. Wm. Ryan, of Port Chester, N, V. I. A. ladles most cordially ,_ IN KID GlOnS[ In B. E. Cor. of N. E 1 ot S. E. *, Section The fragile babe by ant the rowing CUBA child VEB areatreitsihonod "1FDOB. Tre'w.ll Bennett, In., waa 1010

Y.and the Misses Ryan, are expected 'Invite the ladles and gentlemen of two IT8QBalano 13, Township 10, Range 28-a acres.The It dealroya WHITE'I, (el* dlneatlon al *with aeveral for klnile two,,p... lie
'I had kidney
early next month. The young Crescent City and vicinity who are Jan.W, WOI.................. Mil Blacks; Tans Ox Bloods iu 2 But- said land being assessed at the work, ani.orobulidath.' bod). Frloa U o.ot but with'.0' bonent. Finally I trlml' remol.VOLEY'I
ladles will bring a party of friend. Interested in the village Improvement O. L. FRBUTON. Trcau.POMONA. date of the Issuance of anon certificate Luoll. DrugHtore.IV KlDNEYVVitEaIotaone dollar bl.l. ou.
who are golf enthusiasts and It Is and other club work, toattend ton at $1.25 we are showing the In the name of J. E. Boland. Unless DASHER SALVE will bo nu" Lounde' Drug Store,

thought the golf links: will take on a the morning and.afternoon sessions I.S best warranted glove in Florida, said certificate shall be reeeme decal turned.mire II your la plle your" healing money m.'olue.Looll. r.-. fy HKRBIKC the ahonld llourea be all naed.rlo.,to anrloh ot bliMitl and, dleor purl-

little more life! after their arrival. of the Federation" meetings on Jan. according t law, tax deed wi .' Drug Btor. dorm. blo olallyu elulln fevera, akin
29th and 80th also the reception on 'Mr. and. Mra.George Avery of Port- thereon on tbe3r day oflebru..r.A. D.. Whosoever bo suffered from ple know.how tlona, boll:pliuplea, blackbeada,. .. .r.\ '1'
Mr. Thoa. H. Striker and Miss the evening of Jan. 80th.NBI.I.IB land Me. have been visiting Mrs. IN RIBBON mm.[ *902. troublenome 'h.. TAB- rheum and nv.ryf..rm of biu .. .
,
Stryker of Rome, N. Y., and Miss LEft'SCCEEYS FILK OINtMENT t guaranteed mate and elfmnual ....,
/ .0.
L. Witness official' signature and seal a
BBSHAM N. E. Plplar before leaving for south my tenure pile*. PrIce W oeuta Ia iHitUee.Tubee Louuda' Drug Store
Binga: *are expected the latter part Secretary. Florida. hla the 87th day of December, A. D.. ,It aeule., Luod.' Drug aura.Ton often oontlnn for month '
< of this week and will re-open the ...- All widths'up to 2} inches of the shroud know that VOLKf HONEY ADD LGRfPP\, '' tn fatal after lea I.
Hubbard home at Oakwood. Mr. I Miss Emma Olmatearl spent two best quality. 1901.Seal[ ] JOSEPH PARIS..h.ototeiy the beat for all dlnaaaea of ..metm..lo"1 lo have _..ul. danger s '\'
Habbard Is They; Pulled Candy. In PRIC. site throat and lunge. Doalera are aulhorlaedla 1,01en rULEY HOMEY AMD ,, 'w. .
I Robert not expected until days Satsuma recently. Clerk Ct. Ct. of Putnam pl.r. TA poa. ., .1
weeks later i When ia need of anything in norld. guarantee 11 .(Ira aatlnfaotlon, Lounda protection and tbeQOUO11B. ,t
n. come The lltrle people connected with Mr. W. J. Keown spent Sunday Drug Bur. ., (
Sto.
Hardware
Stoves Lwda' I'u.
I. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Close are i the "Willing Workers. the Episcopal with hla family. Crockery, or NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB The propertlea of DALLAKP'S SNOW I.I51MBNTpoa Many of the blotabea, plmplea anil \. '\
l'; expecting a visit from their children church gathered at, the home Fresh Meats .e.. a range of uaefulneaa greater anrectlon of the akin are oauHed by .* : .
Mr. Mrs. Fred Close of Mrs K. O. Burton last 'Mr. and Mr Edmund of New Tax Deed Under Section 8 Chapter than any other remedy. A day aeldnm pae. '
f and Br who Saturday DON'T PASS US In every ... ., especially whera there areohlidrso 'b'I:\ the .e11ln Ir
t" have resided for the past two :years: afternoon and Indulged ia a ,andy 'York are boarding with Mrs. Ames. BY 4888. Law of Florida that II I I. not needed. Frloa, US and b.\rr..od .IID. thaiaratem

1,: at Phoenix Anions where Mr. pulling bee with a eat that made :Mr. Spencer Mlddleton and Mr. H. We are the people every family Notice la hereby given that Wllllama 0. Louud Drug ". ot Impul" Price, D uenl'
I, Close.. was mining engineer at a large good and appropriate their name. ''A. Perry will attend the annual meet- Company; purchaser of Tax Oertllloate FOB P8IUO.I" Louada Drug elO.
in this section f. ,, "I have "t ba l
W.l.
I' copper mine. They will be here The work was willingly performed, Ing of the Masonic Grand Lodge In are No. 458 datedtbe day; of November. neeil Dr ruLBY O. ) AND lri la three very levers cane three) ot f:" early In February and aft r the performance It was as Jacksonville this week.: interested in. A. D.,1885, has flied said certftct.11 my ever*cane*of'iI beat Ir't troateitme
K At the Eplacopal church test Hun- willingly eaten, for It was good. The"'C. H. office and ba made In .varycae" t ':lu: : .r.J: without :lo try f O* /
; PRESTON CO.
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Social KiDNEY The )
day morning, 11ev. O. H. Ward a little people, and they 'were under dance In the ball Fridaynlghe.. Crescent City. Fla. HAtf THC WORLD H n D.BB.E .b.b.l.
ministered the saorament of baptism Said oertlftote embrace* tbe following ante the oaue. of Ihalr III I gladly .mm.o. this won-
W to his little grandson, the Infant son the direction of the hostess and 'The Home Missionary Society will drlb prper altuated la Putnam doctor for about everything uoepl tile right ,Ioriul remedy.. T.k.AO.ub" .. Loflda'
:. !of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Clore. Mesdamea Miller Torrey, Cash and give an entertainment musical and wit: thing, and thai the atomaoh. nearly all Drug store. '
.t &' ,The child was named William Ward Rho-ulu: The children paid a small literary on Saturday evening; Jan. DR. H. C. WELCH Cloty.. W. i ot 8. W. Section 10, DB.kluja LOYAL of Illneaa SoliD original a. DYHl'BrTICIDB In the atnmaoh.and Tak.gel Dr. Robert F. Goard. of Cltra,

I 5'. and Miss Eva Lyon. of Detroit, sum for the fun of the thing and this >85.> After the program the ladles Township 10, Sange 28- S acres. Book iouratomaoh .properly. L...'Drug baa been appointed phyal..n-IQ.
st Mich., was the god mother. money went Into the treasury or the ,will Starve re/reahmento and Sell will be at hla office la CRESCENT a. Pie 6J6.* worl" chief at the Utate IIBantl ; '

IMr.. .:d. M. Boser.a'guest at Orove society,for to come out again when it is candy and fancy articles. CITY on Thursdays.; Frldaya; and Salur ..10 last l being assessed at. th* ,- -' r flf
needed some good work. date of the Issuance of such oertlflcateIn -'

f I,: Hall In Crescent caught &Lake big mouth lost week black baas that a.eo The IT. S. Civil aervloa Commlailon will daya; !of each week.. : the name of John Brown. Unle '

I. weighed fish S caught% pounds this; It season" Is .the but' larl'ge it- Thursday Night's Party. hold.Kanflnntlona durloa and women Marun foe an ai
I will have to go to 11 pouqdii to The dancing party given by the .Red men peraona ., government poalilona' laaa eu'Vtoe.year tberl on the 3d day of February, A. D., '
.mtnat// :

I I''J.match M. Seeley-of the record Rochester of the ,latje N. Y Mrs.,. young Thursday people evening at V.,'was I. A.'ffalltbtM one of the tliroUKh}.. appnlnUnenU th...araforllffe e.will he au"and: .*_*for..Probably.I.y.noel....boat, Allappolntinanta 10ajo I.OInn. ,-1 .I. Johns Klvr by Daylight 11.Wltoel my om"la signature, and .e But "We Sell Goods.in Crescent CtYa:

I; % beat attended, and withal, one of the .eel:a amnmon a..iaKM>l eel uoaUno I. reiiulrd. The Beach &' Miller Line Ue 37th d8 December, A ;
Mr.:L. Uatea Cle'reland. : We artf. wortlPrlotaaa .
qf a moat thoroughly enjoyable auctions Balarloa ai appolntinant vary from 1901. can give you a yard-wide ahmtlng for"o'pr '
Ir( truest at Crescent Inn wan taken sud given in Crescent 'City this *MUU> tlJuo a year with Ilbora' promotionartvrward. ) Uami [Heal JOSEPH low aa 4 a.g haT a food line of ', lIea's'fltaeI, .
I enly ill on Sunday night' and had a year. Puntloa .la not aonaUtereu.: flier CRJ4CXNyLa. : ot., 1ROE Suit low aa*3.00 per bins and sea > SuitS and -whllabora 1,,
The attendance Clark Ct. ot Putnam
was general, there I competition In lit. uthern atatiwi .,.. Jankaonvll. ; .ult 0. B"
L" I on Tno ada, ,Thnntday OIlty Florda kt
serious time. Dr.Sprague was with 1.i.: look at. our worth !& now going lOe.
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being no lees than SS couples. on the other parta o( the eonatry. mImi alforiie and Maturdaye. ':JIll a. m. for uroen Cove 8b. 1..Dlel.
I.< him mot of the night and succeeded -- --- All wool dress gooda, blank, brown blue amid red. sold for elSe paryard 'i
floor all' one time. The hall was a good opportunity for ptfepla B*lwen Palatka, Uraaoant. .Clly, .and principal WayKitIOrUtn,1a4VeI .
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| In giving the patient relief. .1\r. la anti w year.*f aica. Tno*. daalrlilK ptene.. Landlttw f our prloa NewTrNnkETeleecoeeaadWthdoW,8had4e30tIfl'CONE 1 _
brilliantly from the
lighted Preaton 60 .
: of Ib" IIIn4 an gut full tnHnrmHttnu ftbotity Oraacant on Wednead "
f Gate trouble iJllrall.tonetl', all bU Company's electric plant and there than,. ftea. 1> wvtuoffta, that Columbian Cor I' .. .Frl-Uva. sinS Mondava city 1',.. nv. BiLE nEDIJSIB
ft Buttering during the night' 'wera, ,lu-, wan a pretty effect at artistic decor,,- Pe4'DOOd.OOS Oultotfa.: Washington, O. O;, aolS40btaCeU -jaokaonTllla wharf and oltliM oat ot Laura, The 'Shoe :Marl/
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">/ 'The owelll. I Invitations out for a reception. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB l Griffin & Co.
,'; DlflBOLICULw I I \ end We Make FineCoc.feoti.cc.s Martin
The Jewels held their regular' ball compllin<>mljiry/ to the 10'101"1 Tax Deed Under Seotlon 8 of Chapter ,
... 1 ida 1, division United Daughters of tho
:1 Weekly iK othifr at I the home of !Mix, 4888 Laws of Florida.
: 1ll: Bulky last Friday. It was/ truly Confederacy which inentM here In : : I 1882-1002.
a biiHtiK'HH. mooting nnd the afternoon convention on the 2lth) Inst., uncle Notion is hereby given that Williams
Wltlllellt in the aimplouH of the Patton Anilursoi, A Company, purchaser of Tax Onrtllloate And everyone who Eatsit I
llHuiiHslug
plan "
I1eMllL IIO Bum P putnorn House and Its to nrrmiKliiK encouraging/ work to sea for the the new Interns year. Chapter.Armory next The Wednesday ball will occur, evening' ,lit I he No.imifl\ 634 has', dated filed tbe said let. day certificate of June In A. my D., wants more. Cor.: JL-Gzn-on.:: : : c.c..d.: ""s7"ati: : : sts.,

S manifested by both the young and and society people are looking forward office and has made application for tax Our Chocolates and Bon Bonsare WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
the old in tills work and they have to the occasslon with plonaing deed to Issue In accordance with law.

DISGOMDIIIMTOPRINIIHol enough to keep them busy for seve antlcloatlons.' !Bald! certificate einbracos the following always Fresh and ['are. !Bash, DOOM, Blinds. Paints Oils, t ad. Plow, flow Fixtures, Cultivators,

nil I iiionthn. Superintendent Cotttnghnm state
d'' DE81RUCTION[ Of PLTKL Jewels"This Society ami. wo Is are rightly Justly named proud"The of for that the the June book and on<
It* nations of touchers will be "I'he Art i' W. 6 JofN. E. lof3W. J. "Section' 10, Rooting/ Nulls, Sewer ripe, Well Curb-? Pick Axes SaW8. Cutlery.; Mill huppllos
The officers for the ensuing year of Teaching"by White. He further Township 10, flange 20-100 acres. other log Chimney Flue. Packing Files Pumps, Babbit) Metal,

were elected at thin. meeting and are states that he will spend a portion of The said land being assessed at the Cartridges. Sheila. Powder Wads, Caps Plumbago. Woodenware, Tinware, Qran.
M MilQht1ceitI Work me fire dato of the Issuance. of such onrtlflnate Hot and Cold Drinks. Shot Bandies
Citv tiM follows: Mis Clyde Elites, pres- each Saturday reading and III"\II1"S- Primers, "Saw' Handloa Axe Iteware. Lanterns and Burner
Id, tint; Miss /Susie, \Valton, vice-pres Ing the book with and nil tench. In the name of Estate B. F. Boborle Raka Handles, Roe Bandies,
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eDUflrnenl. 1len, t !\r Ills ode, Haskeli secretary I ers who may call at any his olllce. MrCottlnghum Unless bald certificate shall be redeem FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. Hammer Handle File Handles Stoves, Remember we carry the celebrated

Miss\ Liiiian/ Iwl.lph, treMurer. l Is spending a great; den 1 ed according-thereon law. tax deed will issue .- The Children are welcome; they always Stove: Furalahlngs, "tttop' Ladders Cash O. K. Stoves and'Ranges..
on the 3rd day of February,
.. A social 1 will be given by the Rocle- of his time at present In visiting the Drawers
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4 : The Putnam 1 loime' was tired by au ty on tomorrow night at 7/10:/ o'cloek schools of the county. A. D 10011.WltneB" seem to enjoy It.
4 Incendiary lost Monday\ morning at the residence of Mrs. J. N. Black-/ my official signature and seal. DEPARTMENT
The fire was discovered about 2 a. m. well. Quite an' Interesting program 3. W. Copeland of the fire department > this the 27th day of December A. V., Fine Cigars and Tobaccos. IN OUR STEAM FITTINQ

by Mrs. Cato who was awakened by has been arranged and the young met with a painful accident< at 1901 L. A. SMITH.
I: the, smoke. She roused :Mr. Cat people /anticipate a delightful time the Putnam House tire Monday [Heal] JOSEPH PRICE WE CARET A FULL LINE OF
c who called Mr. Mooney, the cui, On Vebruniy 14th they will give a morning. He fell and/bruised himself Clork Ou Ct. of Putnam County Florida.
4. taker. Night policeman. Sanford Valoutlne Party and. promIse 8 ana tore the palm of bin hanii on ::Ii.pS:; .::E="'1.1t1.c..gs: : G"U.agesv""o. ,
happened to be near on Lemon strut good time to all who attend. Tile iv null. He Is doing well now, but 1 III NOTIJE OF APPLICATION FOB
1 A ; uid he sounded the alarm. prevented from doing his Tax. Dee Under Hoctlon 8 of Chapter When it comes to
plume, and the program for this enter- reguln -"'\'" =t.
4888 Laws of Florida.
The firemen were prompt. They tiiliiinent wlU bo announced in next work at the machine shop.. Th :
couldn't have gotten out quicker lint week's paper.> -COM.lortiilfflitly Council! will reimburse Mr. ( opeland Notice la hereby given that Wllllama
'4: they been draw'lug 41, ------
L rYe Citizens gmieinlly respondtialso. brave volunteer tire fighter In not putto No. (U9, dated the 6th day of April, A.
,.. The fire wan' hi the hall WilY Club 1"CthllC' inconvenience. His Injuries are D., IWia: has Hied, Bald certificate in my
;' Immediately back of the Indies', pur not serious. oflloo and boa made application for tax
lor. The house choked The regulnr meeting of the Worn deed to Issue 1 oooordanoe We have an Idea that we can pleaseyou
wns wit Iiitinoke in with law.
and for a time I It von almos an's week Fortnightly deferred out Clubwhlch of respect wits /umnytnpathy las/ Decree Paul the H. little Helden son was of Mr.bitten and Mrs and Said< certificate embraces. the following and not, at the same time, Unnecessarily Thieves Did Not Break ThroughAnd
to stand 1 the work. Bllt dnsnrlbed
". Impossible < to property situated In Putnam
A ," : the water was turned on and th.. for Its president In her berewemellt. painfully. Injured by the family dog County Florida. to wit: deplete your exchequer.To .
last The .
held at the club Saturday. dog .
was eating
,. brave firemen, after n full half hour was and while N. E. I of 8. W. 1, Section 23, Township
thus supply
rooms Friday Jan. 17th. About engaged
wan
> approcn
work had, the Humes subdued anti : 10, Range. 20 10
!DO) members. were present,and a most ed by a strange cur, which the little acres. Steal All! Our Goods.
tile woodwork so saturated there The said land assessed at the
wits bolng
110 danger of their breaking entertaining/ and instructive literary loystarhed to drive away. Mistaking\ date of the I Issuance of'such oertlflcate
01again. : I
I program/ was given by Mrs. Willnrd.scotutinittee. his motive his own dog jumped for In Wholesome }Edibles
the name of Unknown Unless said
S. / The subject was 'U\v him and Imbedded his teeth in the
The fire turned the certificate shall be
through redeemed
4 4 up 'all," and It was treated under the Hoy's face canning a painful, ragged/ according
floor
and the walls
spoiled and cell- to law. tax deed will Issue thereon on the
bIg for twenty feet; the damage trout following 1. heads: situation climate dressed Injury. Dr.the Jenkins wound was which culled In now and 18th day of February. A. D. 1902. at moderate cost Is our ambition in We still have some attractive Bargains left which we invite
Geographical .
't r.z water Is considerable: a total of t-4t< vegetation and 1 resources, by Miss rapidly healing and in such a man- .
to $ IJO. thin the 15th of A D. 1902.
day January
?r,i. ,, j. After the battle ib was Isfoverm 1 Powell. ner an will probably show no innrk. (Soall) JOSEPH PRICE. good things. you to come in some other way and get,

that the work was unqueHtloimbl 2. The Inhabitants,occupation oils Dr. W. II. Cyrus chartered the Clerk Circuit Court Putnam Co. Florida.
'. Ii that of an incendiary. It is stntcc toms. and religions by Miss Acker- steamer LaKeve on Tuesday and Feb. 13 GOOD TEA and COFFEE.

_'. % I, that the fiend crawled under the mini.a took a party, of 18 visiting friends on
-> house through a man hole on the Transition ion from Mrll.Vlllllrll.cannibalism. toeivillznt a trip, up the liver and throng WANTED-Sowing by the day at GOOD BUTTER, January is the Month of Bargains,
Bold street side. hose who went by !Dun s Creek to CroscentLllke. The regulnr prices. SatlBfactlon unrlm-
under his 4. American period: ItI\:! -IOOl, by start made from the teed Apply Mrs. B. M. Hoirell! at
p nay' tracks are to be see was whxrf at II : Finest of HAM and BACON.
t A both going and coming away, pUll Miss The 1,11110.announcement of the a. m. Dinner was served a la picnic Mrs. 8. E. Bond's.WANTEDFEMALE. And we have some Big Ones in our
: : that in the latter he lost executive from baskets. The only unnletwan
tlip got i 1111 HELP Photographs
committee that We deliver
a publIc course goods to part
the trncks ahowvaiitleringa. But he Incident of the trip was the ifllculty of well-druxHed for any
of lectures has been decided women
got away: more's the pity. will be gratifying to all. Partfcu upon in rounding Hart's point on the return newspaper advertisements. Good of the City. Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoe Departments..
It was diabolical, for the Idea orig in the heavy gale but the party Address A. 429 La-
lars pl Y. Stcgman,
as to time place subject am
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Inated from the hell In the man' was finally landed without accident nallo Ave
,
heart. Had he been caught there III lecturer will appear later. about sundown all feeling that they Chicago.
? : no doubt that he would even now be The next m..tlngof. the ladles will had enjoyed a wonderfully pleasant WANTED-MAI.B HBI.P-Spare L. C. S. E. BOND CO.
be 24th the home of Mrs Stephens
v doing time in the eternity from wh bit on the nt time of men acquainted, with prominent
t his fiendish ne..s. originated. At anrate A. E:. Wllnon, when a musicale will day.Tax pernons.. Good pay.,. A. Hten-:! --_ -V 1
form the feature of the at ternoon.Cow. .- : Assessor Bullard starts. on fils man, 420\ LaSalle! Ave.
Chicago.
the : ,
people would have don official rounds the first week In Feb. A. E.WIlSON. QEO. E. WELCH, T. B. MEEEILL,
''A their part in giving him a start. -. ruary. In his work this year he I Is JERSEY COWS-For Sale. -We Kirby and Morris Sts Ba3iDitT. TICK FBXSIPKMT. CABHntB.
There have been several 1 .5.
fires
ot charged by the Governor and surcharged have a few Full Blood Jersey Cows
Incendiary origin here lately, bu by the Board of County com fresh, we will Hell reasonable; also|
.u
.. none of them at their worst could I mlssioners to assess all real property one male and several heifers. at fairGrlcwt. THE Putnam National Bank

'. have had the destructive effect oil = City fiappeniugs audg = at its "full cash value," and personal .. Address, Owen & Watkins,
the city would the "ucc"sfnI1IrIng
as property at Its "true cash Fin. Jan 2J-2t: JUST RECEIVED
bred of the Putnam House. One g Personal mention.Miss = value.', lie has no option In the I Of FaJ.6ftlE.eu -
beyond control the best bus -
ness part. of Polatka. would have matter,and will be obliged to get a IIJ. Loi'Bii BAH.KY. cu...$".M.BILLIARD.
a with It. statement under oath from each taxpayer I NEW CHOP OFLandrolh's the aooouots of the people throughout Putnam County. and tender all
gone We solicit
Lizzie Is friends concerning his personal be-
Fry visiting
question There are of motive many but theories on the In St. Augustine.Dr. longings.. He has a haul job at best G. LOUR UllIY X CO. tba courtesies and acoommolations consistent with good Banking
they are olliv Garden SeedFOR
but he needs the of
tax
help : .
.. theories. payers __. 1
The mayor and counc Oeo. E. Welch Is confined to than this -- ---------------------------------- --- --------------
more ever
1 have ordered watchfulness and the house by a severe cold. year. Fire Insurance 30TH YEAR OF PROSPEROUS BUSINESS.
sometIme the arch fiend will be Members of Patton Anderson :
; .. caught and then-well, we reckon. 'Rahl I for the Palatka fire depart Chapter, Daughters of the Confederacy .
14.1 i The City Council at its meeting on ment. They are the real stutf. met at the residence of Mrs'' Leading.American and Foreign SPRING' PLANTING ACKERMAN & STEWART
Tuesday night offered a reward for Patten Anderson on Monday afternoon .
M. Ullllard left ,
business
'. -. the apprehension nnd conviction of Chas.! on a to complete arrangement for Companies.
the party who caused the flre.. trip to Atlanta Tuesday evening. the annual convention of the United

). 1 : ... Miss Leela Fender of Valdosta, Daughters of the state which meet Accident Insurance: At ( Store Wholesale and Retail Druggists. *
; Death of It. L. Uleuthul. (ha., is vlxitlng the Misses Powell. at the Armory here on the at). 0111- City Drug
,
cers of the local chapter were also
News was received In this city Ins Chas. Kupperbusch is In town this elected' as follows: President, Mrs The Travelers of Hartford.
c, ) ,' week Thursday of the sudden dent week looking after business matters. Patten Anderson : 1st vice-president, Harry E. Stewart. JUST RECEIVED: UROK! Fresh Garden Seed Par 8prtnHT3DTJ .

;_ of thai ex-county at his home treasurer In B. L. Lllei W. H. Park of McMeekln was a Mrs. A. G. Phillips.1 ; M vicepresident Life Insurance: LOT r.o\NJBITH'II Plantlolro
1 Atlanta, on Weinesday business visitor in the city on Wed- Mrs.' A. E. Wattles; treasurer Send 10 your onion.
night. This" paper had but Mrs. J. N.Hlackwell secretary,MrB. The Old Reliable "Germania PRESCRIPTIONSCAREFULLY
uut been issued and the nemlay. ;
; there- :
news J. N. Walton. : : OOTJOH9S : ct3- :m,
lore! came too late for insertion Ins :Mrs. W C. Hargrove entertained .
Guaranteed
:" week. the Afternoon Whist Club at her There was a large attendance or Life" of New York. COMPOUNDED. cents per bottle. by

: > Mr. Liletithal retired nt 9:8O: on home on the Heights lost Monday. members and friends at the enter- ACKERMAN STEWART.. DRUGGISTS.Headquarters .

** Wednesday night. It was a little ralnment given In the Armory las Marine Insurance: __ -5
:Miss Anna Baker entertained a L- --
earlier than the
was his custom and attracted Thursday night by young peo-
.. large party of young people on Tuesday of the
attention of his daughter pie's auxiliary Fortnightly for
S. Fannie who asked him if he wall evening at."Progresnlve Hearts." Club. A charming program of music The Leadimg Companies. F. C. Corsets

,. not feeling well He replied that he :Mrs. C. E. Mcintyre and Miss Bit both vocal and Instrumental, and
.5 -' 5 WIA little later he called to the Oorton ot Savannah are sp"ndlng'the recitations was rendered the whole All Claims Promptly m h FINE LIQUORS
daughter, saying "Fannie. g..t'me. winter with Mrs. T.B.Anderson. I concluding with "Dixie" sung by AMERICAN BEAUTIES ,
,. s; \ hot water bottle. for my feet." The Ihe members of the club standing.l'he Settled.
daughter went down stairs to get the Joseph"' Sims and L. R. Turner of entertainment netted f:<6, andIt w. ha...

I bottle and when she returned. her Orange. Springs, were shaking; hand Is understood that this with money Office 28 Front 8t, PALATKA, FLA. th.m in an Such as the Famous Green River
father simply said, "Oh I Fannie 1 I" with friends In the city lost Tuesday secured through a prior entertain lylc. and

: and expired. The funeral occurred Edward S. North of this city has ment will go to certain work In shape. to fit Rye a Whiskey Without a head-
S at a o'clock on Thursday. been commissioned a notary publicfor which the people of the city are nilInterpsted.lvlz. FRESH WESTERNAND every figur. ,
4. Mr. Lilenthal came to Pal, ka 1 inS the state at large by Qov. Jen ., receptacles for street. and .v...". ache, Golden Wedding Jed Clayton

1874 and was in continuous busIness nlngs. rubbish. corset!. void Paul Jones Private -
t.1is until 18U5, when he moved to Atlant .. ... und.r Lord Baltimore Rye,
: t He In the :Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Etherldge, ot most llbrl
r was prominent allalr NOTICE.For Stock &c.
; Ii of the city and county, serving r.n Jackson, Ua., are spending the win- FLORIDA MEATS Wsrrsett_ ,
ter in the city, guests at the Arlington -
.
.er the board of aldermen "Mony
1, 5. : and acting as the first mayor many of terms Pa- hotel.. returns the I purpose will be of at the receiving following tax: Go to the Palatka City Market. funded after r Go to West End Saloon

S latka Heights. He also served twoS :Mr. A. L. Chatfleld formerly of named places as given below am (Wholesale and Retail) four. w..Hs* ,

or three terms as county treasurer Satsuma Heights, but now living\ at will kindly ask each and every taxpayer trial if......... is ,
He win a good citizen and had the l-.ldrldge: New York was a visitor in / to meet me In person, au I am THOS. HOLDEN, Prop. not satisfactory J. W.

respect and confidence of his fellow the; city lust ,Monday.Dan directed by the Oovernor to take all Sausage, Poultry, Bacon Hagan.
,
cltfcens in a marked degree. lie i Is
under oath and not Look for this .
Fowler of Washington, D. C.. personal property -
,,: survived by a wife, three daughter Doused through the city the other to; copy from previous year's book I Hams, Etc. Trade Mark on J
and a son. Baker's Mill_ . .. .. Hn 408) Lemon inside of corset
lny. on a visit to his mother, Mrs. .February : St., Palatka, Fla.
- z ; ----- Mitchell, of Huntington. Monroe's( Mill. . ... 4th Phone 17. and on box. II Your House Could
Death of.A. Trump.He Baldwin Precinct.. ... 6th

was only a tramp, but hew a Frank O. Blanchard and Jas. E. Melroee... .......... 6th K.ALAMAZOOCORSET I Walk Around Town
aged and sick and when he wandered Lane of Putnam Hall are out in Putnam Hall.. . .. llthGrandln F. A. Gerber & Son .E'a
L I into the city on Fiiday last it was the fields of the western part. of the ........ ... ... 12th CO. the people would soon learn It WM
not difficult to see that he was cut1 county this week gunning for birds.F. Florahoine. ..... ... ... 1311 Sola MakersKalaraexoo. ij for Sale! or for rent.
t -1 Harlem............... .0 IfltlBannarvllle Invite you to an Inspection M loK.
: faring, so he was given permission to C. Cochrane is Indulging in the A News want ad will tell the
.. ... ... 17tlBostwlok of a new line of
Ileep in the jail. The old man was pleasure of a trip down the east
'S :. . .. . . IHtl new promptly and cheaply,. and
1 11 Swede and he gave his name us/ cottsb: as far as Miami and he Is
tr .. FOR SALE
Uustave Hogberg and his age as 73 credited with mixing a little business rands . ... .. :... 20th Window Shades BY nearly all the people In town will see
Jki / On Monday his Illness showed alarmIng with the trip. Pen lei .. ... ... ...... 21sHolliBter THE S. E. BOND COMPANY.Teachers' It.
S and lie taken to .. .. .. ...... Wild! -es5
; symptoms was Nave want ads sell
i 1* the old hospital and ]Jr. Steen was Dr. Guy O. Estes, Clarence Meyer Mannville. .. ..... iifitlInterlachon Which has just been receive'I. The 1 Al .1 anythingbuy;
called who pronounced the case and Percy Elder attended the clanc .. .. ...i... 211th line la easily the most varied and complete anything -
pneumonia. He .continued to get lug party at Crescent City on Thursday Keuka . .. .. ... I. 27tlItemember In tbe city,'and embraces Shades An adT>--...inent of a few cents In ..1r
worse and on Tuesday morning lust evening of last week, and report the day and fall not to In price: a PALATKA. News want ad will It

before the sun rose for the rest. of us a very pleasant time. come out. GBO.F. Bur.LA.aD. >. pro?. a proOtabU Inrmtmeut.
I this old, tired tramp passed Into the :Mrs. A.T. Trlay and children expect Tax Assessor 'T5 fo 50 Cenfs .
Try ouo next week.PLAN1"
: I .. ExaminationsAre
great beyond where bbs said the to leave for Havana Cuba, next -S. p

: ;.. "weary be at rest;" and it must be Wednesday, the 2Uth inst., where List of Unclaimed Letters. Furniture of all Kinds
: that this old man found it for there they will join Mr. Trlay and In Made Easier '
The Is the list of unclaimed
'ti S was. expression ofpeace upon his which city they expect to make their letters following the Falatka IRON BEDS MATTRESSES th.11it.i SYS1 EM.
it la postoffloe January By trtMnc Hofn scaly LaUMMMfitl & lbs sostu
\ features which spoke Dr his lust lome. .
n.thodyed.a..i' toitasg l..asosa.
21. 1902. SIDEBOARDS _... ,.. J
hope as realized. Letters found on br c.p..d i *lh drill F.a.osd to poos
The Ladles'< Aid Society of the (UKMTX.BMBNS LIBT.Bollnmy LINOLEUMS and MATTINOS -f': : '* Common BranolM* Mo.. ttamrtNu lay
his from (Sweden and ,
person were T 'F aol H itinirn of ori-HM CuoiD r
I addressed to the above at 6 Methodist Episcopal church has ,Diuilel Brook, Harry Ip AJJI. I. I. HlMIS... P.,...... Pis.
Water street New York name city. He made a donation to Mrs. E. C. Kelly, Brown,J. H n4Jil* II'rGdcoopu..r. I Our goods are all new and our prices The Croat' Through Car Line Trom Florida.
4 whose husband lost his business In are low
? vas burled on Wednesday at public ,hernias Dunleli,II.ilannaUtUIarC .._ _ ,
the Lemon street fire about 10 days ---------- t-
HendrlCka, I. b ----
expense. Only a tramp I but whAt a COUiroCTIOHS:
.
ago Keefe, W. O. Manlmll Ueo.
history of love, of disappointment, .
: : of Joy and sorrow may have been Interwoven Hon. Bob Davis. Is like good wine, tonnlogton Martin. CbM Vb.... BluOuIre Soott A.,XI.Wm.- mmmmm1Tm'mmmmmm1Tm'mm"' ", ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, East t TH Washington.ATLANTIC COAST Lurs. via Charleston. Richmond and
Into the years'. life of thU the older tie grows the better he be- ((2)) ) TH. BOUTBCBH BAIIWAT. via Columbia
Trap>, ,8 S. wltlliuiu' MlngoLADISS' IHE I Savannah and 'Wash
I poor old miyi who died among strangers comes. His[ speech In the House of ington. .
,S thousands. of miles from the Representatives on the Nicaraguacanal LIST.
; land that gave him birth I Some men bill was forceful, logical and Johnson Ida. ". (Gorton Minnie R. I Che PalatRa Mews T(4. ..itBiruWest
_ -, we tramps from choice others from eloauent.-Jasper News. tfoInUwli* H. E. Shepherd tannltfI i IDoes The Southern B'y vlal..up. Atlanta and Chattanooga.
M. ...
necessity. Let us give the old man", Fire at FranclBlsstThursdaynlght KIRBV P.11. TO The Loulavlll Nashville via Montgomery.
the benefit; ot the "that }The
charity destroyed the home of Dr. S. O. Mller. THE Southern B'y via Savannah Columbia and Ashavllla.
tbinketh evU"and believe that his 1'u incut.
no
The house WAS quite a valuableone Prompt j The Mobile *Ohio B. B. via Montgomery.;

:. ( ,, S was needs old drove and him needed to it.the Anyway rest that, he is costing over $2tXO.: ( ) About one- Jacksonville, Fin., Jan. 8, 1902.> E all kinds of Modern Book and Job Printing = Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for Mew Tork
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now his. third of the household good were MB. O. LOPBB BAILEY :::; TO EastTO Philadelphia and Boston via N'fllj for N. Y. Wash and Bait.
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;5 p' _ ... _ saved. The fire was caused by a defective Manager Germanic. Life Ins Co., == at popular prices. THE }jVis Savannah and Merchant A Miners Transportation Company ) -
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For the Public flue. The Insurance amounted Palatkn, }o'la... for Baltimore.Til .
Library
to tflOO and was on house and Dear Sir' :-I desire to express my VIA _
Svwwxi.
The office i is with the newest :
Citizens of Palatka should rally. to furniture. hanks to ;you for draft in full pny- : equipped material
tile support of the ladles In the entertainment I ment of policy No. 02,45300, the life : West 1 U s Mall Steamships of the Peninsular A; Occidental BtaamIU -
announced for next Mon- The Hart line of Ocklawaha boats William Bravo Thompson I shall : and tho class of work turned out equals' in a let I ship Co. Port Tampa to Key West A Qavanah In oonneofn with

day evening the Armory. Music lad an auspicious opening for the also be glad at any time to bear tes- : r i B I f The Plant System.
recitation eating and dancing willbe season on Monday' when the steamer to the exceedingly that of Job Establishment in I Three
It.t': Okeehumkee maaa its Initial Imony prompt : style any Printing HA luAU Ships Every Week, Leave Port Tampa 1 a. m.
the features of
n which Germania.
program raetho of the Life insurance :
;
; u said Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays

is 5- has the Fortnightly been arranged Club: by for the the ladle.benefit of to carrying be the SO largest passengers.passenger. This list is on' afirst his kind.Co.My In husband handling died claims on the of :: = the South. Give us a call and learn something a Os TO' r HOVA*tutmrnn aoirriA. ..ndK1NC )}k Via Boston and Canada, Atkxatlo. and Plant Steamship Line for

of the public library. To every one trip for several years. 'I heteamer of December 25th/ and lmmed- : DW*.U*
night : Halllax
: IMLAilL Hawkasbary and Charlottatowa.
will leave regularly on Mondays about work at modest
who. will I attend therE la promised a lately upon presentation of usual : good prices.

5,, full equivalent in enjoyment for their Wednesdays and Fridays, re- proof' of death your representative :E I WINTER TOURIST TICKETS will b.oe sale throughout. the NOBTHEBS.'
money together with the satisfaction turning the following day. ailed upon me and handed me the j E.\STE&N. WE8TEBN: and SOUTHERN STATES to ill Florida Resorts via

which com. to one who contributes 'v. H. Mann of MannvUle was Inthe draft above referred to. :E Shout Byjtam, doling the season 1901-l oa limited tfI return anSi May ai, with
: tr ,. to A worthy cause. city greeting friends on Wednes- Again thanking you. : Pal atka news :Job. Offl( liberal ? privileges In Florida.' ADDRESSES OF PABTIES IM TUB
.. --5--- day. !''tIre Mann isn't quite the man '(Signed) Yours very respectfully, : NORTH pent to the Dndenlped will b* liberally upplled with aU ,-.. S fond Trustee. Organize. hystcall that he once was, but he MRS. CLEM! ATI!MB B. THOMI'BO i and advertising matter. _

i : The board of bond] trustees' had a can feel a just pride in the foot that For Information as to Rates, Sleeping Oar Be etftUolI. eta.. call. on or write to
meeting last week and effected an he has a son who Is. Tim con Is a II 011 THK BPACM.UpponU !: Russell$ Si Ulckers, Proprigtors.'i&i' P. K. JOLLY Division Passenger 4 eot,
p organization by electing Dr. :K.: U.CrlU member of congress from illinois cean House, :; i US West Boy'Street, Astor Bloc,:! Jacksonville. .....
:; president, and Oeo. E. Clay, and last week. he made the hall O{ ( w. B. DOHA..... B. W. WBENH
k secretary. The board expects to get national legislation ring with a clear Open all the yar. ItetM MOO toWS pwday .. ulU uulmmmlumlu.uu1 U u umlumulmU1Ut. "" O.a. Superintandenl:!\ l'aM, TraTo.' Vft.

k'' dawn to bard business J Immediate/! out Bpttoh on. the isthmian canal. CHAS. KOPPERBUSCH, Prop'r k1&Uall.Oa. liaqqaia.wr Gil

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11 THE CRESCENT CITY NEWS. GROVE HALL. It Is Surprising The amount of Firllt-las- :




.= Hats Caps Shoes Collars aid Cuffs Neckties Suits ,
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.." = ----- For oxcuHonoo of,location this,Imopolar lintel Shirt ;

In unexcelled. From It* broad ventmluhi.mBgntflnont ;
) Crescent City William Simpson him nUt lumberon OurCrescent Vl"Jot.; [dan fdsatatloimbutIie appears vla> .nr. hod In nil direction Etc., Sold by

the !ground for an ddlllon: to his per fectHr sool ftuil ban plenty of Hovetlook beautiful C'nmaonL Luke on cueside
U oUh.JIKMI' beautiful loaMtona In Vlor City ls trtMnlnir f this
one :
Ma. The town. laiD the uthnfuttnrn pri of resilience, as well as considerable week the delegates U' tl>e State: Federation nerve TIme trolley Is chilled tnt m .n.1. obaiuihiK lithe Stulla on the other C. L. CHAMBERLIN

Putnam: county, 45 tnlli** twin Pnlntkn.I "nnd !I. porch extension. of WomanV 0lubs. The attendance each l\fia Wlmn finished. All thin It I. a quiet. homelike place, alwa>. well :
reauhod by viuiar. eteamfl* or railroad. Ores
.. .. John McCandless and wife of Kill while not consists of time thft! railroad is being built filled ..IIIUO.I. who enjoy tl. real which
cent Ulty Hot oit high ground wliioh rl. .""' JHrRf. -
fully from the went bank or Oroeonnt Lake, a abeth, N. J., arrived here last week a goodly\ number o> the progressive, ahead, Gh4pp0M at work cutting thl .b.rmln. oly am,.. Crescent City. ''i
beautiful..totolt ar water It 0 mIlo.In longtbanil for the track, Mid\ nn Immense pile driver U HUNTING BICYCLING.
season. Mr. McCandless has large hearted and ttveUfgent, ladles JIRH1NI
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from. three to five mile in' width. The
at worjf spile pre. cut along the The reason lies la the that he oarrloa line of Tbo kind
plnoe In ...111"101 out In lawn And grove h>lH, been coming to Crescent. City for a of the state who t \\tll<> ell active Interest .. ;i fat a up-to-dato gooda-
the,' former oouBiltutlna a portion of the town great ninny years, and when he skins I In organised lI forts for social track V, y tin\ the machine: hooks ton MAGNIFiCENT QOLV LINKS people want.
butalm block In width lying betwoen two Bplla .Vh he did last | up blocks from the bole! of Links free
as people and material
us
our .
lake- lak*Ormoani on the' .n.t..olloko, Stella season adva.Inleltl! women I and In t tnOWoUt' tile huge weight la Hamilton-Brown Shoes and Shield Brand Hats are guaranteed as s also are
on.tbe ....,. TueTlevel of I."a iliella. in*ff feet feel ns if something was mlsHlng.H : i who discerned the t,, Uti/ iQ. the say. t Howilno. *
bin her than that of lake. GroHuwiit tiiua BfTorn. him made up for lust years delluluenoy ing that in "union ttar! Is strength." at woru driving; the Bplla In the 80..01 opons November Int. Monarch, Sweet Orr .C' Sblrta, and Corlls and Coon Collar* at 3 for i cents.
jog perfnot draluage. The" water of Ink Btolla' ground from' 10 to 20 feet. Ties lire boa been
Every
howeve. room occupied during tbepnifttvo
: : Mrs. MoJaiHlloHH have here ;
by having 'her (lu
come
annual
baa It* eMuroela aprtngn did Is kapt*t>iK>Iu.teIy They tof" also cut:, prepared itncl hooked on to and three who Our Neckties are from an Exclusive Tie House.CHAMBER'S t
BxaiKMiM dmtre
pure by the tow authorlitu" who have. nift la itmladumaannr ( with him thla. Mr. Mc- meeting to H'nuss topics In aoooinmoilatlonfl -
& to In any way ooiitnmlnat It. Candless Is In his 80th but he which have and Y alt"\I Into position, where men for the coming wtAHon aliouldaddrroM
: year they, as taen, a
: : ) the to buy nil kinds of Merchandise.We :
place .
The I Plant.ayHtom UwilwAy femotiw tOe went would for a man of 60 and even special Interest A4 "eU others are reii tt Secure them. the proprietor., I
bank of Ink. Btolla two mime from Un town pass its for the trui'k\ In HHO! lintidied in like give you what you pay for
which affect the Mid well-
and little atoatuer convey piuuMmffor and younger. haziness
fralicht and from the town lied tiroBoont of mllnJ1er; / tea lire scattered through
Junction, the railway utatttm. City Hon. J. ;II. Harp has received word ladles being club society woniii\ierally.AIIC the Those club the swAjAp catting and securing the William C. Horion -- -, -- -- -- --- j'

The trip toy steamer from fulatka or Jaoknon.vllle from his son, Mr. Jos. M. Harp, who are logs roiV.V; tot the puller, and then
I.one of. the moat. delifltitrui wator rhine has resided for the past several yearsIn woman Is frequentlyAsuoclttted with the hoo&erf) are ready far' their part We Would Like Your
In the whole and tlie who mindedness bass
afUKtiitftr "
A voice
strong ftiiU
tak a tbl I'I.r.1:: entranced from alert to Jamaica, that he will come home direct .- The rallc\ <)n. fluteb.' At a point nine lotion south of 1'",.,,,. early next year and reside on the the antitlieDltf ot &: ( Paul'elittle on raucp thIS slime way aa regular Crescent City, Fla.

the .....m.r leave the 1I'.I"bo. and enter.Deep home place. Mr. Joseph M. Harp dimpled doll y ho vent 'way railroad tr'uflc building, each part .
ricer rather narrow but tortuous back and sat down allowed the
married an English lady In Jamaica 1\.1'11\j foreman who hall ley his Gooey T5 _
having e.
atream lined oaaitberldo by a think growthof whiskers In the ftfU0 to do all \ IUW Thin cinnfortableMl i
oypreee,seb sod palmettoveritable. bred thedaughterof government official syn4.'< men HO Chi...t all are busy, and nil IHESCENT UUl ,
primeval. the river. oor... are sharp and the talking. llto1mnnrer1, : :
and his coining with his wife to the know tl"' oir nliixse. The work Is all or
f r .ut and there l. never long i...oh of modern < neither the
a The
qu V
wom is
J
| C. Cook and
MlM E. C. Walim both of
old home will be
,
wauir. In alght. After nine Inline of travul a great pleasure to systemAfiz to perfection ouch .
through tble ntram the BUmmoi, nmorge Into his one nor the other. &\\ft Isavfouiftn of crew or iliitf; lt !eplii(( out oC the way Chautauqun N. Y.. whore tileS have b'n In order to receive It we have concluded not to offer any bait other than t
the broad And _,,'Uulloak. Oreaoent. A run father.Alice large heart and lAffte<\ Icleaa. She of the ojhetauj' tluit the luu men muny yiiurn of oiperlonco catering to tbocomfort
of an hone cud a half 'laiida thuj. p..DK8.i atOreaoent Whitman, teacher of thinks and she doe thing( Large thereilp')11' are kept moving of vl.lt. to the celebrated strictly pure line of edibles at a modest advance above coat. We have an Idea
CUr the autamor. aouthurnmoatlanding. the primary school, whose book of practice In the honrt b.... developedIn Lk.
The boat lenvoa. Jncknunvllle" at 8 a. steadily Ami with and precis ChaututUiiia A.mh.y.
m.I.t'l O Thureday and Haturdayi poems. entitled Fragments from her some good tolf) ri, yes even ion. 'lOgO out and system innpuct that vhs boiiHe IIIMI been thoroughly renovatedand that we buy a cheaply A anyone In our line, when It comes to gooda of real .
.. 8 p m. the same ditya. Kotumlng Klowerland" was recently published orators. She loves \)\)()/, und home .
will afford
the boat leavtu Croauent Ulty f>o Monday. Veul..l.neailay from this oUlce, has placed the little and native land, and long after she rough vrnifp| It looks like an 1m- The a most table pleasant borne forwln.e. merit. That'. all the kind we keep. We pay the highest price for EGGS and :,'
aol Friday at 7 a. m| arriving nt 1'ivlatka.at posslbilU to accomplish that which vl.lor. In luppllixl with
10 a* m. and at Jacksonville; at 4;tw book on sale at Preston's, and, we has gone to her rei took the Crua at Ixiund's store also. umuUhd .
Ho
p. m. paraxm ever ateninor presume drug by AD the inspirational known on .
cent for ureeoen billy wlttiuub ; After the; wru were loaded we rodeIn application.CUKSCJ.NT
Xpoil000luiin.w
aenaatlona. of pleasure alliS a ahurt Htup atth The little Volume contains many force In little' OILy make any man or woman. lifelong choice bits of posey, and the Nitwit sweet words "!.[ot"'l'r" t :Home and river arul tMd was done eiutlly each
lover of tbe plane.In trust* that It may meet with the sale Heaven." The moilijCtx woniun is a. \ '
the town proper. are ,oma of the modbeduilfUl Its rare merit deserves. patriot from prlnolr l i ami not be- carload (; iliig amnpod at one opera- J. W. MILLER
bom lu be found In the Slate and tion. Store
the peopl are cultured: and proannroua.There : : :. Visitors. who are looking for some cause she wants pu'jUo' office. She At the rlvef( the men live In !good Drug ,
I I.a good aohool two thuurahea.-lfpieeo. rock. the cradle and "t'tjenever thereIs
little souvenirs of Florida should not comfort pal and Preebyterlan-anut two good uutala, '
rules v\t world-It CRESCENT CITY.TORREY'S
: fall to notice the choice of a crisis she may We Crescent City .
bealdee pleaeant private pinned where) board samples noticed theta cliff" Tony Butler, ,
oan be obtained. Hotol and boarding huuae taxidermy which are on exhibition at be by proxy-but sb* fates It. These taking tile| finest of bread from a .
are mwierate. The bttve pro Federation held that -- -- -- --- --- -- --
people meeting are --- -
Preston's. 'l'he work Is that.of our brick 'On bile table Offers visitors and citizens
vlded well'kept' golf llnki fur the eutortntn cy"'!' supper a
ment of those who like thl amuaemant.Cr : lonal artist In this line, Mrs. J. P. she may exohangelIe"/ : with her were stwQkA: of the finest. biscuit.

.*.... .City' ha more' ....D.. grove than Cowburn, and It will compare with kind and those v/ljO have beenprivileged meat, grits| pie, prunes applegood sauce, Complete line of SHOE-ERY
any other' town lu the oounty. Orange culture to he..1'I./ "* i In this con-
the best. Mrs. Cowburn has coljtfo U
While tliehard work
la the. 'leading occupation. of the people and the a large etc.
know that > Ideas to
quality of tble troll baa long "been rogardod l aa and varied collection which she has vention i\i\ lisa' llvtngflnd& cure and pay la all Announces a Spbcial Sale of
Superior to that grown In. any other Hootlon ofthe mounted during\ the past year or two, exchange. We were ( trlile afraid of a. workman couKl wl..n! | for and they Toilet Articles
.....
.
oltlaen ol tin she but that
AlmcMt" every place her before cam now
baa a w.I1.kuupl grovts many of wblub oonitpythe and !nil are of animals Killed near have her t l1 icl know' how Heem to \t'Q: .i'" li"(tlthy an those who Men's S.OO Shoes a/t $8.76.
grove lute of'h .lorerpopuuUon1 whllootheraextend this place thus making them of we seen Ink* the country bnoki The putrotianU I peculiar Interest.- sweet she is and j'loWhut of the After (he 1'iK1! are in the water And Druggist! SundriesAt These goods aro Stylish, Well-made and the best Wearersto
of tireaoent City are live moo, and they almwtockauf noble thoughts that jm He8 her, we
Denied( and made Into had
large be for
they are < the
) good*wblob would uo credit, u. moor The death of John E. is money
Capt. King will all be glad to hat-vtl tier come and
of the larger citte of the ....... Living. rafts nn<\ taken !down the river to the Moderate Prices.The .
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cheaper than aImed any otber town In the reported from Detroit, Mich. Cap camp with us ns oftv" as she will, big mill the otn at Palutka We are headquarters for Ll. and Children, Fine Shoos, also. Ladies, see
.tat*. tain King spent! a portion of the win. and the oftener the vt-tet. where tlll o I\re worked jinny Into lum, large part ot our stock our Dainty Rubber Footholds for Damp Weather.
Tbe .'reet..re lined with abode tmea and ter in Crescent City some seven or The following na ot the top. up Is of recent arrival.

th laid* D.U'"n on the principal oalca,and..broad_...holl JiloyoU walk.path are* eight years ago, as the guest) of the ics up for dlscusKsloA |1\1 the shape of ber.The actttar- and bock keeper 111M< C' TARE

lead In many direction late Hon. lleliv Hubbnrd, who was. reports of standing Vnm'ttees' andpeclal Miller, a" oitpert In bat Hue requiring We have lately h.ol appointed Agentfor A. B. TORREY
; his brother-in-law and business Dart.I CITY.
: .
: of Kducational
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papers ItefwTCt one fetfbfM'llly' \ educated and the Ameru.; Bicycle Company, and ,
I ; ;
I Parile* In C..*.....* City ifflr1ng to ftub-. ner In Detroit. Those who met him and Industrial Committee; report fitted tot it. Ho corriplalnts are ever I your mind Is on wheels (not wheels in

edtini toW thto paper or wlahluK' to renew at that time will remember him as a of committee oJ<\ social purity; made, wJUcb" B[>uaHn< high for hisoapabill&fea' your bead mlol you) come and let us
their lnbeeeiptluu.is thereto,may lea*. their courtly gentleman of the old school. report of committee has Ills we can do for
......and he been at post you you.
Bnoney with Mr.K. U Luunda' t He In the Mexican
was a captain of birds rKiiehold
on economics
;
.poeto0loe who I* our aatbofUaU HKat ', paper cons tan ty for several years. and
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and at the time of his death -ANY
war was ; paper on prea fviUion of for
never !loves ft titty. Mr. Price has
pre ldentof theold Uuardof Detroit ests; paper by Miss MVermore I en been In tile employ of the company JOHN VINCENT D. G. B. .

PnaIandSodaJ.j i Commandery was In his 811d 1 Knights year, and Templar.since the He titled"Ch"Message lid Study"of l b>Fiytaal,. -"rof.E.i": lectureon Blev for many)/ t>t) wli>, tO long experiencehas
death of Mrs. King three i HAIR CUTTiNG IN APPROVED STYLES.
t some years ley. The visitors we\>, welcomed by film fof It. The
Utto'l
he made his home with sister company ';CHILDREN'S WORK bPFClALTY.
a Mr. F. M. RltleQt
ago Payson r\-\: l< of the
has buwlncss lot of
ixaftnt and
his only living relative. local club Inan a pl Tbo.hop bna been equipped witha
aptfVopr'ate' way, .ontl
men (ot its atfalrs.F. C.
and an able, Interestltjft\ Address was curing new and mo and other comfort. DEAF ? NOISES ?
M.... J. 0. Grlmsley l IB visiting, her Mrs. M. M. Dawson has been critically delivered by Mrs Culler' of Jacksonville WLDIttI J'. My rason are kept In condition; only olenn

tster, Mrs. Lowe, at Bnxley, Utt. Ill during the past.10 days at president o{ the Federation.The "'- towels .uned and 01'0100.are guaranteed ALL CASES OF

George P. Wade of Cambridge. Drove Hall; so ill that it was thought News goes to pr
Springs Pa., l U a guest at CruaoentInn. best to summon Mr. Dawson from give. report of the r\\>f' ovdings. DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARINC
New York, who arrived on Thurs To-night will occut\ the receptionto Bulcfoft und neloe Miss. Jennie

day. At last report Mr.. Dawson the delegates and Visitors by the Ban fOftit of liloomneld.N.. J. arrived ARE NOW CURABLE
Mr. T. 8. DeVeau has paved the was Improving but she is still quite V. I. A. It will be a "lIl1ant affair.( In toWn Saturday night, and. Reliable Garden Seed d''

Btreoto around his home block with. Ill. lint trouble Is pronounced neuralgia Mrs. J. A. Close, BAAt"d by Mrs.F. are boar'U'lg'Wltri Mrs. Arne by our new invention. Only those born deaf are incurable.

!talne straw.' of the stomach, and at times M. Mrs. \V. A. Russell I I B*|.cl.llr 5.i.ct.d l ;
Payson, Miss D ra Webb name/ from PaI and toe HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY.
her sufferings have been intense. A up Ad.p.
frlonds Mrs. Ii. A. Hurlbut \M Mrg. T. U.DeVeau : .
ririss Bradt and
some wero latka to Attend the entertainment I
trained Is In attendance from '
nurse will receive. The of .SOUTHERN PLANTING. ; P. A. WERMAN BALTIMORE. SAYS
neople ,
,*-er to the Friday nights entertainVHt Jacksonville. Mr. Dawson bad Saturday: lUiiit, and remained over I March
Md
the city are Invited Attend They BAC.TIMOMB 30, (net.
) from Huntlngtou hoped to come down soon and enjoyan should V. I. A. Ml. 111 its nest Sunday A cm freah Mock ol Gfittffmfn,-Belnjr' entfrcly ,r of deafnemi thnkito your trcetnu.nt'I will now tpv yon

*The hogs and little hoslets ain't'ctr outing with his wife ujile but It said of trees go.with its pollard ,floor and Mr. JIfti Tucker clime home from "...00&bba.. .Celery Tom.I.. Genuine. and [I 1 ft full h.'or or,.my...cmae ammo to mv le right uwU ear your bp'o dl".to..101. and thl kept on worse, u.\III bat

a tiling* to the new rood way that as soon aa she la to travelhe electric Illumination ita" decorations/ Jacksonville list" week to visit his. .H garden and my hearlnn In O.in car."t..ly. I.UlnJ
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will take her to some sanitarium.The field I underwent for three month*, without micceiM, eonmilted a
to Ing south to Oakwood.. and this gathering Of4) .ly women family. always on baud. .'O..t c'frh. nay nutn*
sympathy of the b..f pbyJciaiiB, aniona; .. .. eminent ear d|,.liit of thin* city, who told me that
TJIlL. Maull haa moved Into! the deep afflicted commu- will combine to preKvU: a never to Miss Ot-d1er and Mrs. W. H. over TmtTfO mmrno ate our. an operation could help aiul .' that only tetutxiraHly, that the head noise.would
nity Is with the lady, who Is but .
Whert be effaced picture. SiTAL00s rae.. then eeane, the henring m the effected would be I lout forever.J
t cottage! at the corner of FJor- a general: favorite with all our peo Cook wei,C to t'.latklS.ttllrday.. then aaw your adverttiiement accidentally in A New York paper, and ordered your treatstnent.
:anise and Hutnmtt atreet. ple. Mrs. Dawson has been subject -1 ..,-- THE EXCELSIOR SEED FARMS, After I had: need It only: a few day according to your direction the uoiaeiceuiu.ed. and
Mr. and itrs. Gates of Welaka, to-day after five week, ray heurinir in the dUeimed car .been entirely. restored. I thank you
lor and wife of Hunting: to these attacks but had never had COMO.Mrs. spent Suptltvy:! *lth Mr. and Mrs. vial QRIFPINQ egos. CO. heartily I end beg to remain very truly: your,

,>ve over to the entertaInment one in Florida, and bad hoped that Worcester. P. O. Box f jj O. .JackoawlllFla. V. A. WERMAN 730 S. Broadway,Baltimore, Md.

yt1I.., A. last Friday evening. our climate was overcoming them. J. F. and Ho<'Vtod Q tes arrived Our treatment tloes not interfere with your usual oe "pttlon..x .

irv I>. Williams expects to lion. J. H. Harp of this city has last from week.Crescent Mr. GA.fs Ujty/ on.will Fridayof probably H.The M.'S.enter Saturday(,"lnl11ent evening given by was the In SSSSByr* YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME ". B...I.a

been selected of the official
\/01' a day or two early. in as one take P. journey returning to every WK a SucceSs and a great NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOB INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC 596 AVE. CHICAGO ILL.
her Mr\ Cruvntb speakers for state Farmer's Institutes L SALE ,
nephew credit to the ftOuWy. The
Como for- the winter Two friends. :; program
to be held in various of the \ Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter
who burn parts -- -- ---- ----
'fed
are making a t consisted 01 botli musical and literary
are expected to join ty* All
Florida.. state under the auspices of the state party. 4888 Laws of FlorUo. ,
II' through U
tably
numpsrt i coei> ren
say there Is no better Itfot In i lor Ida
Agricultural college and for which
dered. Time bMl was tilled with Notice la hereby given that Williams
hAw received aerate ofcrel than Como. The party; bas roomttat
work the last legislature made .
an
\ and pompano! The the Avenue House. home people, and It great many from A Company purchaser of Tax Cert I fl
appropriation. topics assigned surroundli|? tOWnR. The society oat No. 402 dated time 4th day of JulyA.
twd, at Orinond, lestighbors to Mr. Harp III "Home Raised Live Tbe Knights of SutiMMiie will givean cleared n6thnijf ovov thirty five D., 1898, baa fliod; sid certificate In _ f I

were quite stock" and ''soli.Fertility and Pay. entertainment at tU\# hall on Friday -, dollars. my office, and has made application for
a share in tier _______
lug The other speakers from ..
crops. evening of this wvV.: commencing tax deed to Issue In accordance with law. '

bills county are Hon. W. H. Cook of at half-past seven ,,'clock. There I Tampa \Myopia will decide by vote Said certificate em traces the foliowlnpdescribed .

The rtwldentof of the Pomcua, and Benj. N. Bradt of will be drilling by the nights/reol- whether uy nut ta nooopt time .:20HXI( ) property situated In Putnam < i !ASTONISHING OFFER !! '

ny, of Boston, lluutlngton. Mr. Cook will dlHcuss tattoos and music, sojas, quartetts, (gift of AKctteW Carnegie for n public County, Florida, to wit:

Since 1894. tved at drove "Improvement of Florida cattle," Instrumental pieces ..i\il'" scenes from library. Common. council does not W. L(, Section BMTTM .
o.a..n.oao.a.iii.000.
b1th. ioU
wbrM pmf.mil 1.t
.1.otN.W.J.or8. nd > %l>"com so and Mr. Uradt will talk on atur. the Georgia Mlnstrebiv LotS of enJoyment like to shoulder tile responsibility. 10 28-20 acres. ordr to ft *DM Oonnmr thmdllaiu.n t.a.flt. of S. 4fl pmflS .1 D.ic ifl.lu t
al Frost Protection," and letting and fun and j iW.credui. Admission assessed at the ,w.tmt rteldrt staUir elidt.Oioth.to.onn.,nu,e ,
business andNearIy | $>* The said land being BrMiU of WhUhlM ami tIn* ntU he. ii... huni. I. i
: the moat from our soils. Hon. It P. ( pa srunlc-ui..u,swig,,
I 10 cents; cl'e8"10 cents. date of the Issuance of such certificate BEAUTIFUL_ PRIZES_ FREE_ CILLCiT ?lut l
Healy, who lives just over the line Rev. B. B., TempletV and family In the name of F. Q. Brown, Tr. Unless *101 q..fll..f.v q.uo..in,. ,&. ...tI$1.b p.neM .Y.,
in In VoliwtJ county, butwho I.N well- / said certificate shall be, redeemed it.yTtOC d ho. th.ilyeio..ieiuee.lwC I. ; ,Ii,;..dC1. .. un.Is.n..o.1ea50.u.u.0n
,
JUe aU the known here. at home Is also one left on Wednesday fob (fruit 1 new field I .111 C' uwutm'e ihn hundin.n
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FEDEBAJJONJIEEKCRESCEHT to law tax deed will Issue m.d..I. l.dn iu..4
according f. h..fl 5,1.1 000 Wutio
wheo tbere of labor, Melbourne, ,,-i the Indian ... ,:
The hits bs.i
over the of the speakers. Major been A. O. n.d i ttn* nMroM MOMwmdoe I sad nsa Um.l..p.r
thereon tbo 3d .
'""'Itorll'as at assigned three topics, ",fll.: "%Vsuteon river. ma. on day February Pip**tot I tamli-iwnnlnej end MtwrMhiuoi will Ut Clf lir.r tlm 0.14w.., I t m f rn ou.In.*Tim '. .C .t

yrj isn't Oil the rallIJ'many the Farm," Mixed :Farming," Rev. J. K. Ford the of : n rfold.r I peel tMth-r Tb.w..poueh I Wui ,i n hMvrteh
flew pastor Witness my official signature and seal .10.1.* box I pair pMtl duff buttorw,1 Iwll top Mlbr b'l*>n. 1 i.etl
people to .
seem and "Peach Growing. I the M. K. church; wAt// expected to CITY. 'this the 27th day of Deo. A. D, 1U01. :-bold.,. 1 ptr.emun.o.n. 1 doubUohftln uid on* bMuUfnlhkrv. I IC
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.-.smile, ivutl what is. bMvllr14k ld,l.Nd- Anth eh..elihoumh' Postmaster Lounds summoned arrive on Wednesday, |ISoall JOSEPH 1'IiIOE ; ,, ..rMd ow.qn f rrtU.of..rf.nnn.uO ywroldnnt q.-wl
Ceeded: like U after they ,,_ ,. h. tn for WM Uiu $H 00 to, 1h4whue t't'I
Id maA l 18 having a holiday and ft towt
to Macon, Ga., last week to testify in The gramophone belonging to anil Every wt> Clerk Ct. (It. of Putnam County, Florida ,, QYC D w11* -I: '
a cose before the United States court. the men-* obtali manipulated by Mr. Jfci.. Grimes, of -- --- *04 CIflfl.M.itm Swea wk for th .nUr.lIt Our flifley lit "
I <,; virgtreet with her par. 'The case grew out of a money order fetoskey, Mich-1 18 gl jAg great en- The C. ....1. Preston Co.-- NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB ._-_Abute._.___a.d..Pu..lOy..nlaCj.iar.ea...i.w,Cii.Th..o10n.nffl.. Ctofl l..i bMtl'l I "

,SiMrs.. Brown, of Ualesrrlv Issued from this office over a year oyment to many. K Pt on. of the Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter tin.S.it..dn-ul b.f.w. WCtafldI. ibi"d*04Ilf mdl.io.Or.'a,
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l to Miss bUoler thee. ever and .-- I te mw.p..u.n.,f.,.I.n.nt P.flfl 1.0.CIII$00 b I ,
on Maturdav and ago, payablo Marguerite lest makes and render either vocalor They c9 of Florida. -_ e ,l.ee.it..,CteI..dn.etete ee.c On.dC red te PlOd Wo.. .
4888 Laws
.fesoent1nn. Mr. and Mrs. Brown, of Haxtey, Ua. and sent by Instrumental muslo gbtiecli perfectly the bcl. tA'"wwe"here la the winter of her sister M.... J. C. Grlmsley. The natural.. The resnnts'o are from tell wb5t. Dice place thla Is; Notice Is hereby given that Mr. O. D. U. 5. UTlLX.KH'a 1>U1T1U.;Vie.T1Z.fO CU*-IMpfe. 0451 North Glmjr% ftt.,Chicago.Ufc .

jff4 the order taken what to-tlate tore the U. of Tax Certificate --- -- -------- -- --- --- ------------
year before the big freeze original was from the the best musicians au4.\: Hrtlnta. sit Uji' Etbrk. purchaser -
4mfiti wilt pleasantly( remembered Baxley office by a negro woman who H. FreMOn Co. have. And for the Gth day of April A.D., MEDICINAL HELPS. Many a bright an4 bappy bo *tioU bee >m.a
_ _" it merchant for The M. E. church WV filled Sunday .e have 1809 has Died said In thowa Into MMinena aud sor/ow beoau'a of the
by; many; of our people. traded in Macon to a this octillion( w spared no rtlfoat. my ('_'b of a lovetl one from a. ne leutvd onU',
roods. the woman being vouched for. evening to listen ti, that lajit sermon pains, but will nave everything office, and has made for & chapped h.iul ,orackod llpi and rouiitinnMo Na.u..Auo's HOUEHOUW 'la tht greatodieCurcouiibai
: It will be matter of Itev. B. B. T AuIeton and accordance with law.Hold tim.sklaourvd' quickly' by BANNER CALVE, IY1JI, "-
a great pleas- The merchant in turn deposited It in by | the mstKet. affords/ in deed to Issue In be oluuneat Ui. world.LouaUa culd and a'
ore to our people generally to know his bank. By the time the bank presented everyone went,forwitt to shake certificate embraces the following mo'Prug healinv.store.Thefragile ntenIu.. 1.1"0 Sb a. M nellIe. Louada. .Frug; '

that Mn.. 'V. C>,. CurtUa of Bun the order for payment, a duplicate lands with the retiring pastor In Fresh Meats$ Oysters, Fish and described property situated In Putnam babe *n.t the growing chIld areRlTnulthuneuI Store.Vrank B nnolIr\n tronhledl
WaS
Rafael, California, will ba here In had been Issued and paid to token of good will. ftu'
_ February.. Mrs. Curtis wan a guest ofGrove he proper person. Of course the him success In his futu a work- We Turkey, Fruits and Vegetables. In H. K. E J of S. E J, Sec work? ,.cud It atroya rebuilds worma the bod gel.), clt Kent. 8ftcent I Ion at* *.! bad tttken a:* :I'kro, of kMney remmllM..

iiuli: portion ot Last seaaon I bank got back on the merchant, and all regret that tbft. confer81108 february 1st too 13, Township 10, hangs 6 acres. Lounda' Drug" I.. but KI >irlth NBY little OPtIC benellf.and a one Fln dolltubottl llv tried VOLEY* .

and made many friend among tbe the; meiohant, who was up to-date, thought It wise to niovs. ir. T tnP>e- said land being the mrBANN&RSALvS me." lAunda' Drug "
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guests and people of the city had the negress arrested, had her ton. We will P\) t>0 CO tale a fine grade of date of the Issuance of such certificateIn do" 0...your plloa, your money will ho In.turned. BeRR'NBanouM ba used. to enrIch' and
Oleomarg| .. Tim price will be mad the ot J. E. Boland. Unless U a moat beating medluine.Lounda' tVoocJ tt all fortf blood
placed under bonds, went on her ... name fy tb* cure* > *>C ::
J. Oliver Mcl1onald'and wife of bond. and then made her work for lime than buttof aid very many people said certificate shall be redeemed Drugstore.Whomever ,'* laanpMlally: uweniMu:: fever, akIn '
h.a .ufT..d from know ,,,' I blaukhead aoroftila, I
boll's plmple \
Paterson and N. J., are again at t Wove lira to the extent of his loss. When WELAIC4nWNLAKA formerly u "'4 I It In Crescent, City. according to law tax deed will Issue howpalnfIand. tmublonnme tOo"''. TAB and ..*..fonn s ot blood Impurity t !..

Hall, am renewing acquaintancewith this; was done be turned her over to 31st. thereon on the 3rd day of February D. LESS BDOKRVB Fits oiNrMBNi i. giiArnu.UtMl a. tote and "o'ul our. Frlue. W oenm.Loinde .
FLA.I aO 1902. 4f UAry .
"
hosts of old friend. who" are Q< toanrepilea. Price oo oenM lu bouloa.Tub4H,7.ooQt .
the court. :MrR. J. (J. Urlmsley also IroK 8t.
delighted to have- them/ ID Crescent" Editor Palatka News. 1 pound Of the !Inlet creamery butter 191)2.Witness .. Leunde' Dreg.store.You XiAORIPPsl often coQtlnn for month
official and seal "uOhl
called to Macon to in the signature
City again. Tti.y did not come down was testify Thinking a short a c<)untof how! sold In :Futn"m twuety for 26 cents with my should know that FLEY'B hONEY ANDT&RlaabBolutaly an" .eninilm .1 to fated rvaulta altar tbepklent >
this 27th of December A. D
last year, but thin will all b forgiven case. ,.' re- the Wilson Cypress: Co'wl'aoy handle 50 cents. wot4h> other <>Ods. the day th.throat and lung the Dealer ar* dtotMMM autborlBAdo o( .,ount. > %o&have AND pAtted TAR .aTnrda the dangor poa- .

them now that they; have, promised the; cypress logs at te| Railroad 11)01.Seal ) guarantee U U> give aailataoUoD Loutida' httve iY aeculily tram t-
Pleased.Tba.ntertalrtment bt"UDt'1 lilt. [ ] JOSEPH p". ". ..j
Everybody
_t not to do so any morej ; Camp near Welaka niftht\ Interest Ji l'RIC. Drop ittor. oOUQn8 1..0. Wj Blot .. .
'I of music, recitation some of your readers, 1 *tll endeavor It pound lrauliii.ed Sugar for ESO Clerk Ct. Ct of Putnam Cnt1. Florida Thn properties[ of BALLAnD'1 BMOW LlNt- Many W the hlotube. pimple* and otbeeSTectIons .: :

Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. W. Lowe, lBaxley. and pantomime !given by the to give It as I saw Its on a recent cEN-t.: Dui you must buy *l.uu NEST poreeuua a rnKe o.ruln.a greater ol the akin' ..OAJ.ed .,the failure. \ '. '
_ ban othnr ,. A day MtUImn I of tDllv..aId oJ ,
_ Us., will shortly remove ''I V. I. A at the halt last Irlday night trip to that camp worth of otlk't! (goods to take advantage NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB 'n THry any buuweholtl., epeclally where .11.pn.... whlub remain 11".7..00"t Im'.r't > ."

from that place to Wuynesboro, Oa. was a most enjoyable affair both In Through the courtefy ot the foreman of this very liberal oiler. Tax Deed U
_ It,. where Mr., Low, has purchased an I point of numbers present and In the Martin Price tip\ apparatuswas TO ALl \l:$TftfyO yCBOHASEIlS oy o otUUNITUltE. 4888. Laws of Florida Woenl LouuU' Drug.Dior. *..t'ot Df all flor' *. .. **. Vrloo* ftO ..1
Interest la the semi-weekly Mews of' afforded.! Tbe hall shown and fully explained.We FOR PNEUMONIA. ag
enjoyment was Notice Is that Williams Blnhop. Agnew Michayt "the.,. w.L.vencv. I'rvducab, Hy., wrltMi **1 bad a
hereby given .
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: that place. Mrs Lowe and the went out on the diiji operated 1..0.1.
baby filled and even standing room was at my; 'H H Nay AND rail In .. very. deereesrnnikldnoydluunaae> and Uue of tOebeet
___ -, expect to coma to Crescent City; tot a premium. The program was diversified by Charley Brent > this engine We have K foOl\ jnoe) ot 8,100 square ft Company, purchaser of Tax CertificateNo. ..*.! awof pneumonia with .r. phyatolan In aotitherii Kmitnokv tre.totme.yttoo.t
_. a visit sometime within the next few and all the numbers were draw. a train of loxg\flg\ oars and feet devoted to FUftKlTDBE. Baby 408, dated the 4th day at November, In*..ryeaa*," Beware 0'*..bU.u.IiOuuda' ennoeds. I wan laduoed) to try ro-
A. D. 1895 has said certificate In Drug Utor. Law K'J>NCY CURH. Vd. IK-nt hottl, gave
weeks and Mr. .. and one-hail ille my
Low.. will follow .later well rendered; special mention, town run. one f (In the waaons bed lnit, spring, cots, stoves, fled ? TR* DAHKVKflSM Immediate relief aid ...bottles cured epa
offiCe and has for
'. for a few days. ever Is due to the excellent] renditionof swamo. Getting to tb% ead ot the oil and woon ocuK: ato".. and heaters application t oH.t can.* ot.o.II health, and they I Idn' [ maneutiy 1 gladly reoeit:>m nd> this won-
W. the Yankee"Debatlog8oeIety" by road we find. big mo l/'IllIe pullingout ounalns h* H. of '
Parkei .
New York
former resident Palattcn a Miss Bunker, and "The Dead Doll/' the logs, landing .m at the wakes life """Ort\! living. We have been Bald certificate embrace the following thing, and that I. the ."n..b. .... Dug ltr .
of .
and
m..oo'b.r described In Putnam tulle of In
cars where a sklddlngi ,ivhlne picks this business to be property .ltu.L oel1lnatu. dT Hobe. F. Godftrd, of Citrus
of the Hoard of County Commlsf .. by little Misses Crlll Burton and long enough IQ able lIlt.[ 1U>YAI*e ii DVHPBPT1CI go t
_ f sloners back In th.. 80's.waa In towns J Iftorenee Cash hem; up aa If they; wer. straws and to sell for tin tbAD !green dealers can Ouoty. Florida to your stomach wvrklng P"P"7. Lounds Drug hat been appointed VhY8'tlan-In-' 4g
S. W. Section 10
for a brief ,stop last Friday.. Mr. fcJpaoe forbids Individual, mentionof toads them on the oars"> neatly and buy for. OV>dO..k, Suit at $U.60 to \, 11"' I o fa lei At the btate In81ne .ylun.
s 28- Book
10 80 .
I Parker In now*. traveling salesman all those who participated la the carefully as If they wer" ftlajts. ThUlarge $35: 00. Cbt4Il" l .. tWO.\ to tt 50., Iron Beds Township O. ,Bongs ar -- .
of the event too and forceful pul\I"1t\ machine! J4.0 to $13 00. Fge 136.
for the Ullbert A Bennett success though
Mfg. Jo. land assessed. at the
much could nod be said in ofsash. draw* the logs some >>0 feat and Tie ( being
of Georgetown Conn. and his praise \ Jus tAbe Look
a of
stop entertainment was well from where it Is enet\ffed\ oleans the Issuance such certificate Give Us Trial.flens"
era was merely to pay a call of. rect organized: and reflects credit on the. out about 40 acres before morning.\ Through ail\ :tOr) Goods Department In the name of John Brown. Unlesssaid B. .

to the venerable head of hIs management. well as those ,who The logs are snatched the Hon. _
.B, Edwin: 011 bert, had parts. .Mr. Pratt,' as master of trolley which handle them with We will ha W b1. more' space U U cording to lw. deed Till Issue .

ladles'A of eases Lane* are out Inv tile swamp don' stop 0to-tog. Don t look much thereon on day of February A. D., -
_ \ I society of the Pr..- cerwuonlns, was so much a success '-
Suits Also Pant
an church- were enter ln- that we opine bo in for It from henoe- radiating front the puller much like like stoppingJanuary. 1902 Youths and Boys <' -

kt tbe parsonage last Friday- forth and so-on-ly. the spokes of a w.gontl1| the puller 30th( ) 1902 I Witness my ota signature and se JUl made la a strong and neat stvle. '-' '
this the i7th .
Lb.beb..u Men Stationed at ,
an .ars
ernoon by M r ..Dr. Beev.. Ions dl Dmbl' A 1 '
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d 1 cake served and Intervals along the rout, to signal so I I" twa & *Afa. suit saunter down 1DOJ. Good at Close i : ,' .
wera an en joy- of the at
Daughters Confederacy
afternoon passeti. The ladle. that the engineer and Hooker mayknow Central' AT,, fr)iA ftummlG to the Boulevard (Heal] JOSEPH PUC. God Ext, Tices. \

xl about flvs.doUaxs at the meet- lAke City are trying to raise 0'10".1'to when all .. right and ready. and s. hew tbe North side lookslike C.rk"Ct. 0 Pltnaa 0'1',Flrida Ho on will sell you Dry 1< cheaper <"'and cup" ,
erect iron fence around the .
an .
The main anchorage tOp-tim. trolleyat a city of a town.Wa Shoes are the kind that look well and wear wel. sod we have 1 ntaedy trade In, j1' -
thsisamato go> to> the work'of soldiers In.the t oUt --- -
i society. At present the society craves. have and oily oeDMtllry. the puller Is a [large/ r ws out oft; wlU vw. tfar .vwtoy .'._ that .and }01 oatt always depend on the lowest prices. We Invite you to
: They $75 are "
now gong 60 8O feet .\ man the IBLE READINGS come us, No or short \ ouatomero.' ,
spending a good portion of its to give a danoe on February 14th some or high. The' C. H. PRESTON CO. D I .e ac.llrepefntc an.wer 1\1 t
climb the trsttachea
ner In painting tbe parsonage, the to: raise tb. balance Deeded for the rigger a -kie.n.e teee. ao.e ecu it.i .
k being. don by Frll
,thu. tram off, 10 mill\ al/y lIt1eUtlp\ llf' R. M"L__". : 'a -,

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A Itlver ICaco. ID.. Nettles, the young white We Make FineOon.feoti.orl.S Griffin & Co.
Martin
S., MRS.R..OPIV1S DrnD.1u There was a pretty test of speed on $ City I>app niu8$ and i man who several weeks ago shot ,
and wounded H. A. at
w i.he river loot Monthly morning!\ Dent a negro
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: tween the steamer Crescent: and the $ Personal) mention. = the tinlort depot In this.. city! was :: 1882-1902.

__ fug' Trojnrt, tire .II, tter the property tried before County JudgaM. I.Coxe: 'And who Eats '
of Mr. 11. A. Hodges of Biitnuumlluights. yesterday' afternoon. Tho evidence everyone

: / The boats !iud long been A. M. Mclver visited Jacksonville submitted; was not mifllclent to hold it wants more. Cor.: X-oaaaorx: : ctrxca.: "Wa-tor: Sts.
( Dies IIeeC1OIY& from pneu.monia waiting an opportunity to test their Tuesday.Miss the licensed and the cane was dis-
: .speed and Mr. Hodges had said. that missed. Our Chocolates and Bon Bona WHOLESALE AND RETAIl.. DEALER8 IN

.. i iA "..)lI1e day his boat would "make it Itlrdle Harris, of Sanford, I III''
01 YSllilltOll.in interesting for the Crescent." His visiting Mrs. W. A. Walton. The San Mnteo": Item makes its appearance are always" Fresh and Pure. Sash, Door Blind., Paints. Oils Lead,Plows Plow Futures, Cultivators,
: time \ In Illustrated form. It is Iron. Hteel Barbed Wire. Smooth wire
iMiino on Monday and the Cres- -
4' Mr. J. Vf. Fudger, of Jacksonville profusely Illustrated with Putnam Tin Bocrngated .Cor- Drills. Senders Hoes Bakes. Scythes
1 jpnt oillcers feel J that be has mode Wire Netting. Staples, ,
_ his promise good.; As the Crescent wait in the city uesday. county scenes both of residences, Ice Cream lea Cream Sodaand < Koollng<<, ',,",",, ooflng Paper.

4'' wag coming out of Dunn' creek the Mr.:.1'. E. Lane of Putnam Hall, groves and garden local and contains Booting Nails Sewer Pipe Well Curb- Snathes, 1'otatool'h.:!! Shovels, Spades,

Trojan was seen steaming down the \*a. in the city Wednesday. much matter of interest, Editor other ng, Chimney Flue.
FUNBUl FROM Sf. MARKS EPISCOPAl river When turned into the river Crosby has great reason to feel Cartridge. Shells', Powder Wads. Caps Pick A.tI.OII. Saws, Cutlery, Mill Supplies,
D. B. Bardln has accepted a position proud of Ills work. It Is a credit Hot and Cold Drinks. Shot ,
Axe
i \ rn and both boats. were straight away. Hauler's machine Primers, Saw Ilandltu Bau.J Packing, Files Pumps Babbit Metal
at shop his in i
CHURCH wmNESDAY[ MORNING. the Trojan had a lead of about one-. to genius newspaper making. dies Rake Handles, Hoe Handles

I' third of a mile. Both boats' crews Oeorge Marshall, of Pomona wasa Mr. K. K. Haskell has been re- FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. Hammer Handles File Handles' Stoves. Plumbago woodenware, Tinware Gran-

I' _ _ scented to be aware that there was visitor to the city Wednesday.Mrs. elected Junior Grand Warden of the The Children are welcome; they always Stove Furnishings, Step Ladders. Cash

'c ;. The Whole City is in Mourning. lomethlng expected and there was4otnething E. W. White has' gone on A'' Urand Lodge of Masons, by the recent soera to enjoy It. Drawers. I tteware Lantern and Burners.
"rloing. The Cresceni Grand Lodge meeting at Jack- '
't4 purchasing to northern cities. '
;I} At an early hour on Monday morning (rained on the Trojan' steadily. and nonvllln. It is also stated by those Fine Cigars and Tobaccos.L. Remember we carry
/ \\I'i'"', I a telegram received by member* when near the M Iller dock had made Mr. and Mrs. Chns. M. Terrell of 'familiar with the work of the Grand' The Celebrated. O. K. Stoves and Ranges.IN .
of the family here announced the ueh a gain that they were neck and Hastings, were in the city Wednes Lodge that Mr. Haskell wields considerable A. SMITH.

: "..'kZ..'. ., death of Mrs. Robert W. Davis al ....ck. Here the Crescent which wan day. Influence in the Grand
,I"*' I Q t ,_ her home in Washington. Death to port.received a signal to land and Miss LOa White of Hastings was Lodge and that many of the order I OUR STEAM FITTING DEPARTMENTWE

';'1: 'Y'. was due to pneumonia with which was obliged to drop Irom' the race a pleasant visitor to our city during In the state have their eye on him as :
,,::<.. 'j".. she had been ill for several days but (In doing this much time was lost ow- the week. rood future Grand Master timber. W..hen it comes to S CARRY A FULL LINE OFIipe.
r ing to her As she steamed
from which she wa supposed to brecovering poHltlon.
Mr. L. A. Smith the
:ut of the dock the James W. Smith returned Monday well-known .. Fi ttb:1.g'S:: G"U.a.gss
was aotd
>
:, when suddenly< on "Sunday : ,
% : Trojan from confectioner of this! city won born ,
,, two-thirds of ahead Jacksonville after a brief bus -
night, she grew worse and px- Then a ness visit. and spent hU baby and boyhood days, TABLE SUPPLIES??
pi red. the Crescent' began to creep up at Strlngtown-on-the-PIke:! :: the place VaJvss, :Etc.: :
on her again and she continued to
t The community was unprepared Mrs. L. A. Smith spent several made famous by John Uri Lloyd in "
,, ', for the sad Intelligence for few were creep until opposite} Hart' point days during the pant week at Beu- his book by that name. It is needless We make a. specialty of Sanitary Plumbing and Steam Fitting.A. .
k ,, aware that Mrs. Davis had! been III when the Trojan was permitted to Breeze, with her mother. to say that the book possessedan We have an idea that we can pleaseyou

.* ,,.. The news therefore came with an As rot the a' rear Crescent view of passed her competitor.the Trojan, During the progress!\ of Mrs. Davis' additional charm to Mr. Smith by and not at the same time Unnecessarily -
inexpectedneaawhichcauaedashock reason of youthful days in timelazy GEO. E. WELCH T. B. MERRILL,,
Mr. hodges, who was aboard, his funeral on Wednesday. business in spent E.WILSON
.
the from which followed deplete exchequer.To
was your
recovery
of that
J atmosphere same dusty
: by universal mourning. lont made a speaking trumpet of his the city was entirely suspended hIDIIKT. VlO. PJlJIIIIDDT. C.a BUlL
pike. Mr. Smith had
-. Short funeral services were held J hands, and the voice seemed. to sound A handsome new sign adorns one autograph letter from recently the author an supply

the .Wa hlngton home on Holiday something like "I'll meet yon In of F. J. FearnHlde's show windows. Mr. Lloyd. THE}[ Putnam National Bank

I, morning at which were present JnokHoiiville. this evening, and I'll It reads, "James H. Fry, jeweler."
many of Mr. Davis' congroHslona/ set 'em up." The first of a aeries of lectures Wholesome Ediblesat

f ,. colleagues and personal friend.*. The ._ a Miss Kstan Rononburg who Is tnk under the auspices of the Woman's Of" Pala tka..
Ing a course in muslo at Jacksonville Fortnightly Club for the benefit of '
: pall bearers were Senators Tulluferr Hruwii Hits Foul, Friends., .
: spending the week with her fain I- the Library will be
and and given on Friday
Mallory Representative moderate cost I Is our ambition in
J. B. Itrown, convicted of the murder Iy. evening the blat inst in the club and tender all
... Bparkman. of Florida; Maddox 01 We solicit the accounts of the people throughout Putnam County;
$ Oeorgia, Lannon and Randall 01 of Harry Wesson and whose Mr*. Samuel Browning and Mr rooms. The lecture will be by Miss life. The store la literally filled with
Texas and Uen. W. H. Seabrlug and sentence to hang is being held >n' William Coffee of Francis were MacLean of Stetson:: University, De- the courtesies and accommodation consistent with good Banking.:

,$ Mr. Twombly of Florida.. pending action for a new trial by the among the shoppers in the city on Land and the subject is "The New !good\ things. ---- -__- -4
court has some fool friends in Kduoatlon." .
upreme A cordial invitation
The left Monduv.Mrs. Spirit
d" ,1M 4 forenoon body Washington Mr.Monday Davl who are anxious for his escape but i Is extended to the public. GOOD TEA and COFFEE. 30TH YEAR OF PROSPEROUS BUSINESS.
accompanied by
and they will have to resort to a more Dr. S. Stringer of Brooknvllle Prof. BroadiiB also of Stetson University -
Miss JVelllo and arrived her
; clever devise than they have yet !id Vice Pres. 4'la. Diviidon U.' will lecture on the evening GOOD BUTTER,
Tuesday noon when the remain !
STEWART
together with the husband tried In order to escape the vlglleiic.e 1). C. i is a guest; of the Arlington clur of February 7th on the eglnlnl! ACKERMAH &
and sorrowing of Shunt Howell. -A box: was received lug the Convention.Mrs. of the Drama." Finest of HAM and BACON.We ,
te daughter were conducted to the
at the for Brown this
.'e family home.Impressive. jail W. .1:Cook and Mrs. :J. D.Sinclair Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Craig of East

-** funeral services were sheriff week which, seemingly when contained opened nothing by the of Jacksonville are stop Orange, N. J. are in the city after an deliver goods to any partof Wholesale and Retail Druggists. *

bald at St. Marks Episcopal church but an old shirt and other ping at the Arlington while in the absence of two years and are guest
the
: : of which deceased wearing city attending the convention.. at the City.
was a member on .ipparol.. An .examination however. Saratoga. Mr. Craig la a

Wednesday morning, conducted by revealed a SIl11.1He\ / carefully concealed The beautiful winter home of R. J. prominent capitalist Iu his hometown yLisr RECEIVED LAIUJE For SprinPlanUni.
the rector Rev. Douglass. Matthewa but Is chiefly rememberedhere Fresh Garden Seed
..If in one thegarmmits. Sher- Melon on Emmett street is being put
.
The church was filled with neighbor III Howell th.e file in shape for and It is as the ownes of our rapid transIt L C. LOT LUIVRETH'
says was a good occupancy presumed Stephens Band In yourorttara.
: and friends.
It house
street
i was a 01
t railway system. He Is npleasant
; V : one and a test showed that it would the family will arrive soon. ,
mourning. The choir san"Iead!\ gentleman to meet and hiM
Kindly Light", by Newman and wallc right through steel. Brown "Mr. W. C. Snow has been quite III4t old friends In Palatka/ are enjoying :HT3DTJ COUGH crC'RE::
had anxious for the
e1; ; "Nearer my God to Thee." The Interment receipt Appeared of this box very: for some time. II hilt home the past. several days. his visit. Mr. Craig's franchise to Kirby and Morris Sts. 25 cents per bottle. Guaranteed by
was Westvlew cemetery On Wednesday evening condition the streets hits only 85
to
years yet
;.t! ii. : The Masonic lodge out of respect. was who sent by himself a negro A.at W.Kernandlnu was reported to be about the same. run, but he doesn't expect the cart ACKERMAN STEWART. DRUCQISTS.Head.quarters .
signed Wright
and sympathy far their bereave In to lost
..ilhWBIg Jim." Mrs. It. F. Adams returned from now us quite that long. --
: brother; attended In a body and as Crescent: He expects to Improve the system
v all that was mortal of Mrs. Davi -- Das been City continuously on Monday where since she the and will put a trolley, line In when. JUST RECEIVEDNEW for

was being covered with earth eAch Cruelty to Animals.Mr. Jeath of her mother Mrs. J. H. ever the necessity arises and thereIs
member went forward and deposited Editor: l a show of getting an occasionalIcllar I
Harp.
in the grave a twig of evergreen. i As a citizen of Pnlatka I wiiili back on the investment.How FINE LIQUORS
;it t .;.' emblematic of immortality whll through the columns of your paper Mrs. F. O. Cochraue and Mrs. Dr. to dispose of his profits from CROP OFLandreih's ,
tho choir sang "Till we Meet Again." to call the attention of the public to J. W. McGregor are at Crescent City the present system is not causing!!

,* r There were few dry eyes in the nouembly. the cruel treatment that Is b.tng Indicted this week delegates from the Fortnightly him to stay awake o'nlghts. Garden Seed
S upon some of the homes on club to the Federation con h n __ Such as the Famous Green River
The pall bearers Dr. E. S.Crill. vention. NOTICE OF APPLICATION
were FOb
streets
;jur every day by unfeeling Without headache
.. S. J. Kennerly Benl.' P. Calhoun Tax Deed Under FOB Rye, a Whiskey a
4 Drivers. We see them driven be- Rev. B. L. Honlker went to the Section 8 of Cuaptei
f. J. Fearnnlde, H.:: J. Hilburn endurance and beaten Golden Jed
yond unmercifully Rice Creek neighborhood lost ilon- 4888, Laws of Florida. Wedding. Clayton.
and Dr. Oeo. !o1. Welch.
until they totter as they go. day afternoon to tie with hard knot Notice Is hereby given that Wllllami SPRING PLANTING
: The floral offerings! were beautiful Is there which these ,Lord Baltimore Rye Paul Jones Private -
1 and the larger pieces were from Senators no way by a young couple who were inatrlmo- &: Company. purchaser of Tax CertificateNo. ,
heartless wretches be
can compelled nally inclined. 531: dated the 1st day of A.C. Stock &
.t ,r Mallory and Taliaferro and June 0.
to treat more humanely the noblest l ,
4 : Congressman Bparkman. Mrs. F. C. Waldron and Miss Sim- 1806 has filed said certificate In mn0111cc )
and most useful of all animals? We
.I; '... Mrs. Maria Mercer Davis was born that there is an ordinance orison of Welaka, pawned, throughthe and baa made. application for tam 1t City Drug Store

i .. at .Palmyra Ua., Nov. 8th, 1841)) and suspect hearing upon cruelty to animals andIf city on Tuesday on their way deed to l Issue In accordance with law. Go to West End Saloon

4 was the youngest daughter of I>rLeonldasH. such in the cane/ our Mayor and Dome Irom a trip down the east Said eertlllcate embraces the following ,

Mercer a distinguished city council should see that it is coast. described property situated In Putnam, Harry E. Stewart.

physician. Hho was educated atari enforced. ,Such, wanton and unnec- Holmes Erwin the wellknownwine County, Florida to wit: J. W. Hagan.
S.W.ofS.W.3jN.W.'of I 8. W.
Episcopal in and
college Ueorgla
.
cenniiry cruelty Is a shame and a maker whose. extensive vine-
was married to Robert W. Davis on 1 W.ofN.E.koft3W. 1.} Section 16, PRESCRIPTIONSCAREFULLY
where It
: November IbW. With her husband disgrace to any community yard and wine vaults are at Pomona township 10, Range 20-100 acres.
.. llth is tolerated. If it can be correctedIn this IN in the
county, stopping city
The said land being assessed at tht
she Florida
::1- came to In 1879! and ,
no other way we hope our good for a few days this we..k.The COMPOUNDED. .
date of the i Issuance of such certificate
had resided in this city since April.
'2 ladies will take the matter
:. i. 1H86.! Her children are Walter M. CITIZEN up. Gem City Guards met In the in the name of Estate B. F. BobertsDnlecs
,
g: Davis an attorney of this. city. Jennie S Armory Tuesday night\ at 8 o'clock said certificate .shall be redeem. PLANT SYSTEM.The
: .
.
( : of Mr. A. H.:: Wl Hard, also -- but no drill was had through respect ed according to law, tax deed will Issue .

r .LeehWite Rosa 8.:: wife of Mr Friday's, lUIIBlcale. to the bereavment of Walter M. Davis thereon on the 3rd day of February,
Ulover B. Uarwood of Georgia; and its former captain. A. D., 11)02.Witness) F. C. Corsets
Miss Ellen all The ladles of the Fortnightly\ Clul my official signature and seal
.t J" ,, whom together Douglass with her Davis distinguish.01 .(live the second of a series of miwl- Miss :Jeunie Andrews of Gainesville this the 27th day of December A. D., .aha Great Through Car Line From Florida.
_
Fla. delegate to the "State
a "
ed husband. Congressman Hobt. \V, cales lost Friday afternoon at the I 1901. AMERICAN BEAUTIES
: r Davis of the Second:: Florida District Home of Mrs. A. E. Wilson whichwas Convention of the United Daughtersof (Seal] JOSEPH PRICE, CONNECTIONS' :
generously opened and beautifully the! Confederacy. arrived in thecity Clerk Cu Ct. of Putnam ) Florida. We ha"e
are her survivors and to whom thepeople county TT Tea ATLANTIC COABT! LuiB via Charleston Richmond and
of the whole State:: of Florida decorated for the occasion. Mrs. Tuesday, afternoon. I them In all HOOT I Washington.

: bow their heads in genuine sympathy H. Id.:: "Wilson chairman of the musical Mrs. Bella Buky and three Interesting NOTIJE OF APPLICATION FOB tylee and gE lldD 11}THS BotTTHjum RAILWAY, via Savannah Columbia, and Wash
S S .
She:: was not conspicuous In. society committee had arranged the following children of Louisville Ky.,' are Tax Dee I Under Section 8 of Choptei48S8 shapes to fit ington.

; #. affairs! yet she exerted a quiet influence excellent program: expected to arrive in the city to- in social matters which was. always I. Piano Solo-MLuHl' poll Ovmtnre",by Bolo. on a few weeks' visit to the familyof Notloe l Is hereby given that William and every VIA .A LL BAIL.

enobllng. She preferred the Vo<'61 l Bolo-Tuyllgbl MisseS I.!Hrioe Waning.anti ijob.J. by Mra. H. A. fluky ou Klrklaud A Company purchaser of Tax Certificate corset is sold The Southern R'y via Jesup, Atlanta and Chattanooga.

quietude of the home life and hen af Jllleloill ......... ..........Ml...I'uoell. street. No. 114\1.! dated the 6th day of April, A. und.r thle TO lestEast t The Lonlsvill A Nashville via Montgomery.
; she reigned In love and self-sacrifice 3. Tlnno H
for thi welfare of those whom Got Violin:4.;hrlntlan Solo-binding"Tte': Eeg,ji.d;';"Mm.'by Wllnon.I. wleiilaw.kl Jessie Moyer delegates McCreary to the United office, and has made application for tax S Warrant. j Tbs Mobile& Oblo B. R. via Montgomery.

had committed to her keeping. &She: '.... .. .. ...... ..MIMUrotiloi I \ teed. to Issue In accordance with law. 'Mon.:!" refunded Savannah
of and Ooeao
5. Vocal QuarU'tteImane.: 1 ;"of the Rune," Daughters the Confederacy con I after Steamship Company for New York
in the home. not alone Bald certificate embraces
v wan Queen by MliwUunn Mm.' Uownloi and Sflisus vention from the Gainesville chapter the following 'four TO t tVI. and Boston via NTIk for N. Y. Wash and Bait.
weeKs
divine rilht.bu.t. by! natural endowment I 0ofl And i4torra are the guests of Mrs. Dr. Geo.K. Inscribed property situated in Putnam THE ]} Savannah and Merchants I. Miners Transportation Company
and tne loving recognition 01 3. Piano Solo-"Valwi da Crescent," by Wlenlawnkl County Florida. to wit: trial if I.
:. Welch.Dr. eorsel for Baltimore.
i thoHH who were her grateful, willing .......... ...........Mm. LIICIM.T. N. E.I of S. W. }, Section \33/ Township nol.alilfactorr.Looh : .
!
subjects-the husband and children Vofal bolo the with Palm Violin,." 111..OblIgitu"rheItlieduor .liawwtt and W. H. Cyrus, his sister, Mrs. 10, Range 26-40 aur.... VIA STIAHEUIP.U
There were tears of sorrow at the Mae Brook Ross of Chlgago\ ; his t lHter-in-law, The said land being assessed at the for this Tn Key West 8 Mall 8t*,mshlps of the Peninsular A Occidental Steamship -
e" grave and there were tears which 'H." PUnoi. Dtiet-"SiiIte No. t," by loldnor: Mrs. Smith) of Columbus U., and his .late of the Issuance of such certificate Trade MarKor.in IU Co. Port; Tampa to Key West A. Hsvaoah In oonnect'a with

_ flowed in sympathy for the bowed Planets 8olo.MowlainiM. .. .boldtiu... ..M.and'...Wilson.I. Morrlam.. nlnce. Mrs. Hyde of Chicago left In the name rf Unknown. Unless said .kde of corset AND )I The Plant System. .

grief-stricken head of the distinguished _-... yesterday for a" short stay In the certificate shall' be redeemed" according and on box. II HA7ANAR J I Three Ships Every. Week. Leave Port Tampa 7 e. m..

husband whom all Floridi- Fur morn, Institute. ,"Ancient City. to law tax fined will thereon on the Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays.m .

sins delight to honor; for the bereaved Mr. S. B. Leeper a prominent merchant 18th day of February A. D. 1902.\ 1tALAMAZOOCORSET TO NOVA .......OTIA. ) TU Boston and Canada, Atlantic and Plant Steamship Line torJSlKSs'1"
children who have lost a loving lienj. N. Bradt of Huntington has of Kuokwood, Tenn., who hat Witness my official signature and seal oh BHa.vl*and
i
c mother; but as the sweet voiced been appointed chairman of the been spenidmnig several weeks In thin thin\ the 16th day of January A D. 1902. CO. :: )f Halllai. Hawkeabury, and Charlottstown.WIN .

4tt S 5, choir sang tenderly of a future meetIng Farmers' Institute for Putnam coun- city with his family, left this afternoon [So,11, ] JOSEPH PRICE. Sole Maher.It.ala.a.oo. e
there seemed to fall upon the UMunibly ty. Mr. Bradt writes the MB wa thatIn for bin home. Mr. .Leeper was Clerk Circuit Court Putnam Co. Florida.Feb., M I e H. PER TOuRIST TICKETS will be on sale throughout the NORTHERN,

'S S a feeling that even., the allS his opinion if an institute for Putnam favorably, Impressed with Palatka. S 13 EASTEUN. WESTERN and SOUTHERN STATES to all Florida Resorts via
pervading sorrow of the grave and its county Is held It should be heldIn Hlant System. du'log the season 1901-1803\ limited to return until May 31. with
earthly parting l is but the Initial step! Palatka. What Is needed Is a Mr. W. H. Parker a former busl- WANTED-Sewing!\ by the d..yat FOR SALE BY liberal stop-over privileges In Florida. ADDRESSES OF PARTIES IN THII'

S which leads us all sometime some show of interest on the part of the ness partner of Mr. Martin Urlilln in regular prices. Satisfaction !gunran-\ TEE S. K!; BUND OWMPANY. NORTH sent to the undersigned will be liberally supplied with all Information
where into a joyful reunion and thai farmers. If any Interest Is evinced the hardware business here but who teed. Apply Mrs. B. M. Worrell, at aid advertising matter. _

_ will be when "(lod shall wipe away on the part of the farmers of the went to New. York In 1HUO was In the Mrs. S. KBond's.JERSEY; Sac:. Information as to Bates.. Sleeping Car Reservation ete., call on or writ to.

S all tears from their eyes, ; and there county for aa Institute Mr. Bradtluthorlzes city last week. Mr. Parker was a COWS-For Sale-We F. M. JOLLY. Division Passenger Agent.

_ shall be no more death neltlioi the NEWS to state that he County Commissioner l bock in the have a few Full Blood Jersey Cows Ocean House _NTiiicnRACii rio..... I"lortd.,. 138, West Bay,Street. Astor Block, Jacksonville, Fla
,,StS I. sorrow nor crying neither shall will meet a committee at Palatka at 80' fresh we will sell reasonable; also (Up!>"a""Daytona.. ) W. B. DENIIAM. B. W. WRENN. -

1ls there be any more pain; for the former any convenient time and make the Miss Bertha Klcholtz, who has one male and several heifers at fair Open aU the yeor. RaIea"'OO togLno per day. Oeo. Superintendent, Pass TraTo. Mgr

; 'r things are passed" away." leccesHary arrangement Mr.Robt. been visiting Mr. and Mrs. I. M. >rlces. Address Owen A Watkins CHAS. KUPPERBUSCH. Prop'r. Savannah Oa. Saranmah Ga

_ r S ..... r W. Kvllle: of this place will probably Meyer for some time pant returned (Jrandln, Fla. Jan 23-2t:
of theproper
take the matter awakening
'St Magnificent house Itoitt. hereabouts. to her home in Savannah, Oa. FOR RENT-At Welaka, a pleasant .
interest
_ ,,! t' ? have .heretofore Tuesday morning. The young lady five-room cottage with kitchen
.1k These
turbine gatherings
i The handsome yacht Doo- was accompanied as far as Jacksonville and dining room. Apply box 83,
: ile property of Mr. J. L. Klwood, olDeKalb proved interesting and profitable to by Mrs. Meyer. Welaka Fla. tf
j1 g.5. Ill, arrived in Faliitkn the farming classes. I
I last ,Uunday., The boat was built ... .1. .. Thou. H. Heating has. issued Invitations WANTED-FB SALE HBI.P: -Spare

s4 at Boclne WJs., 65 miles' above to his many friends in Palat I time of Intelligent Ladles and Gentlemen ;,. :;;;;O ._:::;;>::;!:;;;; :;;;::; = ;= : : ; .
; ;;7 J1 = : pp.
S S : Chicago on Lake Michigan, and it Hits JIiul Enough."No ka to the opening event of 'i'S i new Good pay. Self addressed '( ;; _;;:; ::; :; =;; ::;J=;;=;;:;;J1 A

_ S ..5'S has come from that point to this city, ," said Mayor L. C. Stephens Casino, Pier and Baths, on Daytona I envelope to A. Stegman,Lake Helen, :" S

'S S since just before the closing of navigation I- when questioned regarding. his candidacy Beach Tuesday evening February Florida. It May be this Will Interest You. "
5" : on the Illinois river. Th for Mayor this spring. "You II tho It Is to be a grand! atTiilr! and WANTED-FEMALE HELP Photograph -

S S S route was down Lake Michigan to may please say for me that I have many people from Palatka. and other of well-dressed women for .

S J Chicago thence through the Illinois had enough of public and will points will attend. advertising purposes. Oood pay. i.Ii' OMJt: ONE has said that "self praise Is half scandal "
river to the Mb, l"'pl'l.' thence to lot be a candidate ofllcel am gong The reception and ball which was Miss A. Stegman; Lake Helen Flori f when but we are no scandal mongers' .
S St S the Gulf around the keys, up the to give my whole time and attention to have been gtveii Wedne dar.eve. da. No postals.: we point with pardonable pride to our new and well-equipped .

: Atlantio coast to the tit. Johns river hereafter to> business. I ning complimentary to the .-_-
my ::ivio:: :: : It was a Ionand!\ perilous trip but itS have both my full share of honor and and visitor to the state conventionof Stetson Glee Club. -iocerr Store.la .

S was made without serious mishap glory and want some one else. to have the Daughters of the Confederacy The club executed its songs with a 5k blowing our own horn we want the blasts to reach /S
5: under the careful management of a chance. I'll not be a candidate for has been postponed until Friday evening precision and finish which cannot be Orocerloa that the people. for the people buy
S Cant Corquodale. any 01 ce."* In respect to the memory of surpassed by any Glee Club) In the m. ; we keep them and the right sort, one needs but to look Into our new store In

_ '. The Uoozle I is *HO! feet long by 13 Mr. Stephens has served Palatka the late Mrs. Davis. south. There was. not an error or a the Graham House Block. .

S fH>t beam, and only draws two feet two terms as Mayor and his admin- the break In the whole program. The I..> It has been our endeavor.to forge ahead of the times. and gain
The entertainment for benefit fair
5' of water. 'She' was. built expressly Htratlon ha been satisfactory to the men sang with that ease and effectiveness I..el meet ell legitimate oompetltlon. Our store I U << every sdvantag to'' ..
of the Public Library which was certainly. In so far -
4 for a house boat for use In cruisingthe people. which comes only from long as completeness of stock ta %
inland waters of Florida and Is postponed from last Monday eve- and hard practice.-Deland News. concerned, In roominess and appointments, easily the finest In Florida.

: luxuriously fitted up for this purpose. nine, nwlnff to the- death of Mra.- R. The Club- has fine talent and 'f' The eye can easily detect these thing But w* don't want to ,.
(4iI' lAt of Unclaimed Letter.. W."Iavle"will; :. take place at the some 'I' you stand on the outside'and
The Vooxie: has n.steel hull and "IH be content with
merely '
/ they; have a brilliant future before looking In. Com In and let Ha .
next Monday evening February quote
Armory some
equipped with two triple expansion The following .Is the list of unclaimed! of diet. you priced ou articles
them. will take rank with the show
1 : engines, of 100 horse power...nrlth '''tterllio the Palatka postoffloe January rid. It Is to be under' the auspice loading They musical organizations of the I.,, tofTV. you some new ideas III eating Sotaethio<<.. perhaps, you *.... lICIt .
r 5 which sire IS capable of a speed of 15 28, 1903.\ of the Fortnightly-club.! south.-Volusla County Record. (In eating)Ia the spice! ot life and we have this ftrlety. .

_.. miles an hour. She has a deck house QKHTLEXZN tin.Hunt. The old< St.:: Monica's Catholic Mrs. Trueblood has a well modulates I.,, aood.rBre r you Ira Teas and Colfees. In Canoed Good. III Freits. ID Pickled
.
r t'.' S of solid mahogony. a forward Eats [ .O"org* F ncber.,:.Dalton church house which f Foods, 111 Butter0 Ira everythlolvera -
went out of com voice,clear and refined dramatIc Ira prlC1M,
S room a galley crew. quartern two Fulwood,Ob...A. JgcobsAjar" i "" ,
i.
mission of the action and .
completlon gives
family stat room., with Pullman{I Led betler.D. JTIrlget Ales upon a .plendldInt.erpretatlon.Indlanapolls We 7o.it YOUC '
S new edifice In 1897; Is this week being Jour 1 :: :rrad.e.: : :
?ib.M berths and a bath room The DuoS Primer John Blohanuwo, Ed. I., %
and few Order '
razed in a day. there nal. She will appear with the Ulee by telephone will.rec.lv. as careful :
S .ieeosbi81XO.) uworl,t awyr Salman T. P. will I be nothing but; a memory, of the Club. attention a. though you called la person.
Ir Mr. H. J. Kennerly. who represents. W..toon..J. W. Worthy,Thoa S I
old frame structure. It has served I
S S Elwood in Falatkt has. had ; The dramatization of Helen BuntJackson's 00,373Brotli.xs
Mr. a Wll llama. Van wlUlama M. its. day and generation and as the : :
boat house built for the ....... W_ Ramona) rendered by Mrs. 1\
magnificent/ WID. Mince WlnMr (IIILADI. ) reiteration whom It served i Is gone ao 'i.
Trueblood Saturday, evening at. VV""hoJ.ssaJ.s
new yacht, which Is being brushed .' LISAlark a.nd.
S up It goes too The old building was.. tracted a large and appreciativeaudience. eti.i G-zoczs i
from the wearing effects! of its long ( .O. Hlokl Mettl. .
erected In 18G6! through the efforts of
The portrayal of the respective 'i Palat: : :
trip when it will bit housed awaiting day,Ten t Quick. L. r.Rlnnanla he late Robert R. tteld. Mr. Wm. characters was very .vivid .a., FlOrida '
C the arrival of Mr. Klwood, who I. Smith P. W. .
_ I E. !vors, still living! here was also In. showing! great eloeutlonery ability. I
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is expected In a few day. Do N.xxae; P.M.tWAdditioual forested. In the work and had charge V", "" ;'''''' ;' '" ,, ,, ,,, ,
________fr4 That he will get some pleasure. of the building operations. Of late Interruptions luent.-University of applause of Mich.were Dally.fre- , ,,, ,, 'II;',,, ,,,,,,",,....,,,,, Ef'-

.5,; __ __ from bis magnificent! ;yacht there is local news on first the building has been used. a ball >f n. Truebloodt wUl appear with the '
_ little question In the mind ol (torn psie' and jrymnfteium.. -
''S S Ul. Club Feb. 1, at the opera house,
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