The Palatka weekly advertiser
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087245/00005
 Material Information
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: February 6, 1902
Publication Date: -1902
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -Jan. 2, 1902.
General Note: Alex. E. Wattles, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Jan. 2, 1902.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33474840
lccn - sn 95047296
System ID: UF00087245:00005
 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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Daring what is left of winter, OOING.S ON IN FLOKIUA J. B. Parramore. mayor of Orlando -
y World's News of the, Week. wax stricken with paralysis afc
I .VITALS' BRAND CLOTHING- BesT. eight o'clock and
THE ,. The Tuesday morning
Methodists of Arcadia
are engaged
IH In a critical condition.Gen. f
Heavy Clothing in 'a revival.
Emilio Nunez, C'nliaii) patriot -
Win. W. Hheild, an old citizen of has arrived in his
on way
.. in store will be transferred tIle Put up in Small Doses for Those Clay county Is dead of paralysis. to\Vw d m our
The residence of Mr. Hawks near a patriot or not will probably' hinge\
backs of the people if lowpric'es will Who Want Their Facts Boiled.. Seneca has been destroyed by fire. upon the outcome of his visit.

do the work. We have _-__.--__---__-__-_--__-_--u ___ -_-- -_--------------- Many good man IJ/Ulj\'Ie to Washington
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% r The lose from the Norfolk Va., Oov. Hunt has cabled from Porto In Alachua county Is now dis jar as to chill the feeling

i I 4 2/ Cut' Prices fire will reach $9i.),ouu. Rico to the treasury department at appearing. !State:! superintendent of schools,

The Philadelphia Iluoord Is to be Washington asking that an expert Turpentine operators near dstenn W. N. Slieats, has arranged for a
r gold at public auction May Slut. be sent there to settle the nountei-, have sustained: much damage by three months term training schoolfor "
T 1II 11 11// JP'l/ on all heavy weight goods to such' attractive felt question at Ponce where .aINN) forest flree.Frank both white and colored teachers, '
The Odessa university has petition. In bogus silver
was recently seized. both to be held In Tnllahnshee, the
\\ III I! lit 'II' I I figures that all can, afford' to I'd the (government to permit the Business there is practically sus Wood a negro awaiting trial first beginning March loth and continuing -

appear in new suits. holding in that city of university pended. Blountstown for burglary has escaped from the three months, the second beginning ,.i,
courses for women. Jail. March 17th and continuing
One of the largest private building
Judge Tooley hag decided that the projects In the history of Chicago! Five hundred and twentysevencases two months.
Vitals Brand Clothingis annual legal rate for business telephones Involving. an expenditure of $2,250-) of cigars were shipped from During! the present yen r a state primary -
in Chicago shall not exceed (HK), has been provided for bv the Tampa last week. I will be had for the Unite

(,125, which Is a cut of ,50. purchase from C. W. Marks by A. An old man named Morse living at state and federal offices: A
a is not of the Ordinary Hand-me-down Montgomery! Ward of Greenwood was thrown from an ox :States Senator:, to succeed Senator
Stagnation\ prevails. In industryand the southwest Michigan H.! It. Mallory candidates to succeed
) corner of ;
It is Tailor made has fin. cart recently and killed.
Variety. trade In Denmark. In
; man3'branches avenue and Washington street for Hons. Henry J J. Day and John M.
ash style and Fit. of business one-half or two- 600,1)00.) Winter Park In. the latest Florida Bryan railroad. commissions; one to ,
thirds, of the laborers, are out of em- town to lay, claim to oil indications. succeed Justice M. H. Mabry of the '

We have an exceedingly fine.line of ployment. George Stein a farmer living near<< :' They are boring for gushers supreme court; one to succeedA.
bhortty Delaware Is the .
possessorof C. Cruom, ax comptroller ono to
begun In the Jim
t Arguments were Horn" Petteway turpentine -
a unusual
very of mules.
i'0 Howard trial at Frankfort last week. pair succeed\ Hon. W. B. Lamar, as attor
HEAVY They are nearly a half century old, near Gabrielle, have suffered ney-general. should he be nominated 1
: WEIGHT UNDERWEAR. Judge searched Cantrlll for/ arms ordered on! all entering spectators thecourt being foaled' in the spring of IBI'>4. the loss of 12,01)0) boxes by forest tires. for congressman for the Third dlstrlct e

They are very active especially with Prof. Westlake of Lake Helen will : one to succeed Hon. S. M.
11' : room.C. the heels, and can do just. as hard a lose an eye by reason of having a diiarkinun In the First congressional
This alscr has been cut to such prices as will make it worth D, Pierce, consul of the Orange day's work as ever. stick he was splitting fly up and hit district; one to succeed Hon. Robert
Free State in New York raid It had Tho Olympia has Into commission him. W. Davltt of the (Second congressional -
... your while to get into it. yOur been definitely settled that Paul at the Charleston gone district: a. congressman from the
navy yard St. Augustine's annual Catholic
Kruger would not come! to this country Third district
I after receiving repairs to the fair opened In Bishop's Hall yesterday new congressional ; a
Cut :Price Sale Will A in April.Blizzards 'extent of.KJO,0K)( After participating and will continue until Saturday secretary of state, to till the unex-
a pired term of Dr. John L. Crawford
I and intense cold followed in the reception of Prince Henry night. ,
t by flood is the record of the she will become the flagship of Bear- deceased.
Through.. January I weather In the north during the past Admiral Hlgginson in the North Fire In a brush pile near the railroad The cries that come "from Mace
I week. Even at Atlanta mercury Atlantic squadron. track BocKleilge, spread to don ilL" may appeal strongly In their
went to IS deKrees. orange groves and did considerable way to some people but to our no-
Judge Jenkins, of the
Fearnside & Co. I United States damage. tion they are mere cat calls to that
A raid wag made by nearly 100 court of appeals for the seventh dis which from" In
comes Leesbiirg
During the month of January lust up
trict at Milwaukee
the New has handed
policemen on Bowery
this state, Macedonia\ be all
down closed over (6000 more people visitedthe may
York night last week. !Severaluotorlous :! a decision to the effect that
but friends who
Insurance east coast towns than in former right our Methodist
'alatka. resorts'were closed and 82 policies Issued under the any are delinquents to their Christian +
prisoners locked up, aeml-tontlne plan become a portionof January.A Advocate would do well to turn a I
the assets of the estate of a bank- Dutch gunboat Is anchored;} ;( oil ,
Mm. Elizabeth Howe Dale who and blind enr to It for a time and pay a I
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to the Palm but there should be
\ last November wan charged by the creditors.Col. Beach no little ) and more dollars to j i+
authorities of Hoboken N. J., with mnnslnesa on the part of Florldlans, the appeal of Bev. Dr. Josephua i!
SaleTo the; murder of 6-year-old daughter Chas. H. Burton former in- for Dewey is there. Anderson late editor of that paper
ClearingOut has been sued fur divorce. -"itor-general of the division of Thomas F. King:, prominent attorney Dr.[ Anderson Is venerable and god"I"I j l
S k Clansman Cuba> testified that his examinationof of Gainesville and at one time ly man who once made the ml
n Mayor of .olden. Utah, the books. of Noely, disclosed the Judge of the Jo'lrth Judicial circuit of turning from the preaching of the
charged with baring'violated the probable embezzlement of $4r,(mX) III dead of heart disease. gospel to the work of writing! It. For
public health laws by evading the during the mouths of January February \ years he edited the Florida Chlrstlan
lesthouse and ordering the release of and March of IDiKI, and a total Five hundred cigarhnakers struck Advocate and edited It well. But
make room for our Spring Stock we offe.the following I a smallpox suspect was fined 10. embezzlement of about IIOU.OOO since work In Tampa one morning last he is old now, and last month he re

lots of Shoes at Reduced Prices. The Inhabitants are to be clearedoff July, 181)0.\) week. but they settled their differ signed. This l is his announcement 1
: s ence and got back to work the same "All arrearages on subscription "
Terry Island County Donegal,
:3: Lots Men's $3.50 Shoes for . . . .$2.50 : 1 Ireland. They are chiefly fishermen Madden ASillstantpos has forward t m as to t e the r-Oe house n e r al a afternoon.Pensacola's. to the Advocate belong to me and la.
carnival has attractedan business of Income.
only source ,
and kelp gatherers, elect their own my
::a" ss 3.00" 's .'. . . . 3.35 king, and have not paid rent or taxes draft poration of a Into bill,the or provision for incor- unusually large crowd of crooks Others, I trust will also settle up \

3" It :3.50: It It. . . . .. .00 for many years. bill, to permit I poatolllce the payment appropriation of and fakirs and there is a large sup and help my family to' live. My I r
ply of the queer in circulation in ,office and outfit are for sale. The
4 It Ladies'I2n.vest3nci.oia.ts.2.50 Oxfords . . . 2.00 The United Slates grand jury returned postage in bulk on large quantities of ionsecjuence. office Is a two-story house thirty by ; i
.. .. an Indictment at Boston last third and fourth class mail matter
.. :; feet foot
,. ,j, 1 ,J< -" .00 . . . . I.50 Friday against Harry H. Townsend, without stamps affixed. H. Clay Crawford the new seCretary lot.thirty The outfit, on a consists fifty-five of one square Cranston -

"i;: : 300 pairs r" '1.50 ?as It . . .-. . 1.00 Former cashier of the Bristol County The Colorado senate ha adopted Dor: man of state of Suwanee has appointed county his John chief F. cylinder press In fine condition
National bank charging the embezzlement resolutlona congratulating the senate with two sets of rollers; one Van ;,
y''a These goods must be Bold within the next 30 days to make room for spring goods. of $!J5,0Jl, of Maryland for Its "patriotic action deputy.of Mr.the late Dcrmaii, was' sergent-. Duzen gasolene engine three and a
at-arm legislature.
civil and authoritiesat In ordering stricken from the half actual 1 horse power; and all
When it comes to Ladies' and Misses' Shoes his H T \:l'atterh.Ara The Manila don't military like Prof. Hchur- public libraries Infamous volume Pensacola Is In the enjoyment of a needed type, cases and fixtures for
generally conceded in Palatka that we lead. ,,t n man'a Boston speech.> Gen. Whea- that attempts to traduce the honest street fair this week. Miss\ Daisy newspaperwork in good condition."
Floral and
toil says;; men have been sent to name of Bear-Admiral. S. Schley, river WON chosen Queen If there Is one thing in this. world
prison there for remarks such as ,one of the world's greatest naval he- led the floral parade. Her coronation that a Christian and a Methodist ,
those of Prof. Bchurman's.: !roes.:' took place In the opera house. ought to do it Is to pay his debts, and
if this Item catches one who Is owingDr.
Two Polk county legislative candidates
o When Jan. Kubellk drew Ills. bow The sentencing by the district have announced their willingness Anderson, and he doesn't
across his violin in C'lilcagojast: Saturday court of Ponce Porto Rico, of five to Immolate themselves on the- after reading the above p"'r.up

Opport-uri5.: tPOr afternoon he became richer murderers to be garroted some time altar of their country belli as there we have to.say. Is, he Is worse. than
by t nearly f22lMK for his four con next February unless the sentencesbe Is to be some fun next at Talla- an. infidel. The doctor's address ia
certs there and records) of the Audi- commuted to life Imprisonment, hMse. year Leesburg Florida.
torium theater were broken. has been sustained by the supreme ...
: :::! :: : :::: bill has court of the Island. The men are The adjutant general of the state Admiral and Mr .
The Schley spent 110
military appropriation
members of
a gang who committed has. disbanded. company C., let Infantry -
been The of lust Sunday at the tomb or
practically completed.
crimes In the
unsettled times of 181)8.)) state troops for falling below
bill carries approximately $91,000-( Andrew Jackson' a.former presidentwho
the standard of
: (000) which Is about |tHlIOCHJO) < > below Albert Griffiths, better known as efficiency. baa been canonized by the democratic "
members been honorably dis-
the estimates, and about $26OUOIMHI'below "young Gritfo" the Australian prize have party. When a man gets 'I,
The the most Palatka has had the appropriations of last fighter recently\ discharged from the charged.The the presidential bee a-buzssln' pretty "
year 1901 was prosperous year year. Chicago Bridewell was found in a for the strong he always makes for Andystomb :
M vacant lot nnur that institution last diocesan jurisdiction of or that of Thou. Jefferson
since 1894. All of our manufacturing enterprises report satisfactory Lulu Ortman a Fort) Wayne steno- Sunday with his hands and feet South Florida, assembled In Tampa wholly) unmindful of the fact that "
grapher, Is held bj the police, charged Frozen. They will have to be ampu- ast Wednesday at 10:110. at St. An- the sage of Princeton ia the only llv- '
business and increasing sales. with the attempting Boston American to shoot "Chick"Stahl tated. Ollfo was traveling the pace drew's Church. The body was com- Ing oracle. < y .
league that: kills and went to with of about hundred delerates.
sleep a \posed one '
Hhe Btahl Oen. Miles has been thrown
ball player. : jiltedher again
says *
Nearly every merchant states that his business shows an increase and that she intends, to kilt him "load" on. down by the administration In the

on light. Mrs. Annie Edson Taylor, the wo- In what Is known as the cantaloupe case of Lieut. Young, who had been
4 over the previous year. The coroner's investigation into man who went over Niagra falls appealed belt of Florida In Putnam and convicted by court-martial of shootIng -
to Cleveland authorities last Alachua counties, a carefully com an unarmed Filipino. Gnu.
of the dlstaster in the
During the past four months the sales of city real estate have exceeded the Sew onuses York Central railroad tunnel week for transportation to her old piled census of the probable acreageo Miles recommend that sentence ol
home in Lyons N. Y. She had been be put in melons this year shows dismissal and five years Imprison
the blame for the accident
places on exhibiting herself and her barrel in that there will be about :2,700 acres ment be carried out but the secretary -
in amount annual sales of and of the rnllroad. Wlsker
several previous years, prices the officials Cincinnati but not enough people planted. of war and president commutedIt
and Fyler, the. train crew were dis turned out to pay the gas bll sand 'V. C. Jackson, 'a Gainesville attor- to half pay for nine months and a
obtained were quite satisfactory. charged. when she went broke her manager fey married two weeks, ago to Miss reduction of) 86 numbers in line of
Miss Alice Roosevelt, daughter of) shook ..her.Women. Redding of Greenville, Madison\ Co., promotion.The .
The statements,of the banks in Palatka show larger deposits than the president will attend the coronation medical .tudents' thrown died at Washington last Sunday: of postofllce department lion decided

of Edward VII an the guest of out of the closs room by the closingof pneumonia while on his wedding that hereafter a written designation -
the year of the freeze This statement may seem incredible, but it is a special ambassador and Mrs.'Vhlte- Northwestern university's medi- :trip. His body will be Interred at of contents is perrni able on
Reid. She will rank
law as a princess cal school for Gainesville.
women are to be ad- envelopes or wrappers of thirdclassmall
fact and a most pleaslng one to every right minded citizen of the county of kind.the royal blood without taintof mitted to full privileges in Bush William Perpall a St. Augustine matter. This action is the result -
any Medical college. This Is In direct into his moth of numerous complaints of hard

There are a grew dissatisfied persons, but nearly all are looking for The prosecution in the Neely cue opposition to the recent statements er's home Monday and told her he ship to the public resulting from the
conclude in few It of Northwestern trustees construction of act of of
hopes to a dl\ye. university was dying, and he was, for he lay an congress
and and claims to have established beyond a that "one cannot make a doctor of down and expired immediately. January 20, IIII8: which barred written
expecting greater prosperity improvement during 1903. doubt the guilt of U. F. 'V..Neely. E. woman." Hemorrhage of the lungs. designations such as "book"
(U. Bathbone W. H. Reeves and two "printed matter" and "photograph."
Our County is producing again and the prospects for an Fred Tlner a full blood Shawnee
oranges Cuban stamps clerks named Moya Indian alleged to have outraged The "wet and dry" campaign in Cleveland has a home gardening
acd Mascara. Alachua county Is now fairly. openedand
three Shawnee In Ooklahoma association which children
squaws encourages
orange crop this year is most flattering. Senator Moore baa Introduced abill was tied to a stake to be burned a warm time may be expected to cultivate flowers at home.
> in the Maryland legislature. i death from now till the election is held to
pro. to by members of his tribe. Last spring the association distributed
Investors can hardly err In purchasing Lemon Street property at Itlblting the use of any book in the I Tortures were being applied when settle the matter. The first meetingwas to children 60,000 penny packagesof
held at. WaMo under the auspices
schools of Maryland' that does
public Deputy-United States Marshal Davis flower seeds accompanied by
the right prices. I own and control Five Hundred ((500)) feet of unim- not give Admiral Uohley full credit I arrived. Single-handed he rescued I of the W. C. T. U. printed Instructions how to preparethe
For the naval victory at Santiago. It the prisoner and escaped to We-i The trustees of the Baptist orphanage soil, plant and water. The

proved Lemon Street properly which I offer in lots, to suit purchaser, will become a law weeka., where Tlner was placed in at Arcadia have agreed upon teacher supplemented these instructions -
Oen. Horace Porter. United State Jail. plans for a new building be erected by talks and fall exhibitions

and at which must be considered low. ''Terms of will be Ambassador. to France and Mrs. Porter Sometime back society considered Immediately on the forty acres of were held In many school, which revealed -
prices payment Mr and Mrs. T. A. Riley and It vulgar to use but land donated by the town. They the fact that about 75 per
Miss Ruth Snyder of Philadelphia, are all the perfumes All they have purchased 40 acres aditlonal cent of the efforts of the childrenwere
niade easy. MIR Catherine Eddy of Chicago society belles rage In this now. the and will set out an orange grove. > successful

.and Secretary Ultt of the Paris embassy well as in England; !\ and country France are as An eight year old boy of Orlando Edward and John Riddle Pitts-
If you have money to invest and do not care to purchase real estate are. at St. Petersburg. trying, for the very finest and most set fire to the grass In the orange burg denperado's and murderers un'r

Supporters of tha administrationIn expensive perfumes. Moat men like grove of K. F. !Sperry:! and before It der sentence of death,effected an ra-
I control $10,000 of first mortgages on Lemon Street property, all the senate have been given to the delecate fragrance of flower extracts could be put out the trees here\ dam- cape' from jail. last Thursday. They
understand by the president that in and have always thought it a aged to the extent of several hun had help from the warden's wife,
located betweenthe Arlington Hotel and the river, which I will sell. Ills opinion an interoceanlo canal foolish Idea, for society to place Its dred dollars: and Sperry can't even Mrs. !Hollel:! ,who furnished them with
bill of acme sort immt be passed this ban upon it. spank the gubsequeut eud of the boy. revolvers. They overpowered and
session of congress for political reasons shot the guard Their escape was.
These mortgages draw from 7 to 8% interest,,payable semi-annually an well as national policy. F. H. Wines assistant director of Infant daughter' of Mr. and Mrs* not detected until the relief guard r
the census, In In New York A. J. Stewart. of fell
speech Bowling Green came on la the morning. Mrs. Hot-
and the interest has always been promptly; paid. Each mortgage is o'n survivor Oen Harrison of the Wisconsin C.-Hobart constitutional the last- recently said) "New York Is not an In the fire' place last week and received tel who wa In love with Ed. Blddle
American but a foreign Thereare fatal Little Thurs- fled
convention and one of the city. Injuries with them. All were capturedand
t, business property, well rented. original five who planned and made besides many cities that are as ton Baggett of the,same town was shot In i a desperate hand to hand
foreign as New York_ with "unloaded"
the famous Boss tunnel it more so. playing an gun fight the following day near Butler;

,d If you have.any "desire to invest .1 I ,would be pleased ;to have you escaped from Libby. prison, died at Take These Fall are River foreign,!Detroit cities and and P IIsalo.you when. it went oil and shot him in the P.... '
soldiers home Milwaukee. J.A. of
the foot.A. Bev. Hagaman pastor thp
must consider these
call at: my oNce and learn what I haveto,, offer you. If out of town, Joseph Cox shot and killed Howard discussion of civil government.things In any of Edwin. S. Kirk S. Kirk of Dover, prominent; Del.,brother Jacksonville church of Owl Anderson, Ind.. has
Kntcllffe at church an Sunday been dismissed from the pastorate by;:
> -' 'ufl"! plght Jan :Seth at Eagle Mills Ohio. Postmaster-General Payne broughtup druggist Is dead. Deceasedwas the trustee Henry Moore one of
write me. ., ? t :,It; ,, Coxe-had, been paying attention to at cabinet meeting last week the of the firm of Jamm Kirk A the deacon. of the church recently
'" RatclltJe's sister mod KatolllTe strongly subject of abusea. of second-duns Sons Dover, and stood high in milI- filed suit for divorce from his wife\ ,
: :'f'i: 'Q.! obj rated. Coxe ncoompan led Miss. matter that" Third Assistant Post. tary circles in his native state* ltwan and prepared. complaint In which ;'.
Lbper Bailey, Katolitfe to church Sunday night and master-general Madden is trying to a lieutenant colonel until 1806, h"made the sensational charge that jlw
: r when Jtatolllfe saw them together correct and related. some of the when be resigned. Uagaunan bad been kissing hu wife. +?"
*'"' be assaulted Coxe who drew a revolver troubles of one concern whose publication Will J. Taylor well-known travel.. He said that In the night he would ,
'. \' Palatka Florida. ml fired the ball pausing has been excluded from the log ..1leBmalfor Swift as Co's Jacksonville wake up and find the pastor who: '
; through natolilre'a body! Jte-fell In malls. and which has started suit branch was run over and lived In the house with him,in his
) .:' :-:: ;' ,j the aisle and expired amid the against the department It la saidto Instantly killed by'' an East-Coast room, kissing his wlf.. The maniattar
shriek of terrified women. Both derive its entire profit from the train at Palm Beach last Saturday ancl.MN.-Moore did not deny the,
: men are of respectable families and government carrying. !\ publications at night. HfJ attempted to board a IIlwul'l! bull claimed that'''the pastor' :,
both an school teacher,' Itntolltto'i 6 or 6 cents lens .* pound than It coats moving train and Ml beneath the Olf' 16 tor cure the wife at, "%" 11
wife WM Cox's Ulster, the government to do the work: wheels.. nervous trouble"THE. / '


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fys :' :J': : t THSPALATKANE'VS UNDER' !: the blessed influence of the DmgJey! tariff, i (f.1.m'< ....aAIL" OIA, ..HIU.IAJUG. >

g American mines had an output of mom. than $1- 25 PER CENT.-
P,,,, AND ADVERTISERAn OOO.Oqp.OOO(). ( llUlt.YlIIlr, I '

I'cias. boon Uncovered that under rule Fire Insurance:
unofficial :Newspaper. of the iDei'nocratld sort-Jus Tammany '. Discount Sale
inAew Y rk a foreman and four .
men were assigned
IfMA'tr t, d" the kind you should keep in your family. "i the Leading American and Foreign .
to cars-of one horse. That was more onerous

f ,,. v Published at Palatka, Fla., Thursday of each week<< by employment than the.job of the government clerk Companies. : All !
who wrote home that he On
didn't have a thing to do Suitst

; ::1.t.: *"'& RUSSELL $ TICKERS. and had seven men to help him. Accident Insurance: : : .

The Travelers of Hartford.

r%, Wm. A. RUSSELL, Editor. CRAZY SNAKE, the Indian: who went'to Washington Life Insurance: i Lot Worth $15.00, This Sale $11.63. i Lot Worth $ ;:J.50 Thls.Sale$9.37

to see the Great Father, has failed] to. gain an '. at a $10.00 750. $8.50 $6.38

)- 'j'' A OOVIIKJNOIt'S: INDIFFKKKNCE.: audience and has not the 'wherewithal 'fa buy a The, Old Reliable "Germania at as $7.50 -" $5.63. ", $6.oa, "*,.< $4.50

ticket home lie is not 'alone in his '
a t" On the 24th of December last, William S. J>n- predicament.There Life" of New York.
are a' number of ) and Suits Marked Down In Proportion
.r'ti;' pings Governor of Florida, filled out'and signed a I men in Washington .who All Boys' Children?
x have '
f been in ,
death warrant for the execution of Noah J. Tilgh- the same. plight. for years.. ;,.' ; Marine Ipsurance: .

; 1* 1 man, which document commanded that the sailTilghman GKTBRAL: WILSON and Admiral- -! Clark are to spend The :Leadimg Companies. -"W are: Sho g -5---.

l'' k' be hanged on the 21th day of January.. sometime under the tutorship of WhilekvReid,

1902, te having been convicted of murder in the, before departing for, the British coronation Both All Claims Promptly'i :The .' I Finest Line of Ladies" and,, Gentlmens'

first degree at the fall term of the circuit court for know how to fight, but they have never learned how Settled.
r' Putnam county. to kowtow and bock out when in the presence: ol Offlcs. 28 Front St., PALATKA, FLA. Low Quarter Shoes

f '4 *, Mr. Noah J. Tilghman is one of the most respected royalty. Ever brought to this City. We are a little. ahead of the. season,

( 'i. e'' gentleman of Palatka's and a'elder local:Citizens.preacher lie in is the a Methodist Christian m .. FRESH? WESTERNAND but have had a good sale:: for them "already yet." From present indi*

p Episcopal Church, South, and f 110 far al his neigh- cations expect a larger sale ,of LOW QUARTER GOODS than for
$ Once the Governor of South Carolina. J
indiscretion let ; $ '
a bore know has never committed an s many years past

alone a crime. The blunder of the governor has an- today a tramp and in Prison t FLORIDA MEATS I. M. MEYER' ,

noyed Mr. Tighman! much. HU name was published Go to the Palatka City Market. ,

i 1' 1n the Ti .g-Unioa and Citizen as a convicted Successor to M. Loeb ft Co.)
Wholesale and Retail
A week ago ex-Governor Franklin J. Moses\ 01( ( )
; ', and senteuced-to-be-executfld murderer, the author! South Carolina, was sentenced in a Boston police THOS. HOLDEN, Prop. Lemon Street, AlATKA. FLORIDA.

i'q i 'r''' ,. _. ty for the publication being a dispatch from Talla- court to four months In the House of Correction at Sausage Poultry, Bacon, --_.._---
baasee. The death warrant was received as made Dear Island. Buck of this i in a life story, strange, ,

sheriff of this dramatic, pathetic!, which teaches a powerful moral. Hams, Etc.
f the county. Brick Co.
out, by The Brown
If; The downfall of Franklin J. Moses from the so- 438: Lemon St., Palatka, Fla
w Of course it was a blunder on the part of the governor cial and political influence of chief executive of a 'Pbon.17. WHEN _YOU GO :

r'I"' but it was a blunder which caused pain and state to a tramp convicted of passing a worthless! MAKE THEIaargesf -

Jr x' '10 5.1' annoyance to an innocent aud worthy man; and check is directly traced to opium. The only son of F. A. Gerber & SonInvite HardestAND

:w what a blunder 1 It was so inexcusable. The party wealthy and influential parents, Moses had every : Bird S3.aoo1dLa.ag1Yoa

S for whom the deat! warrant was intended is J. B. possible advantage.( His father was chief justice of you. to an Inspectionof

Brown doesn't sound like Tilgh- the state of South Carolina, his mother a distinguished a new line of Best Fire Brick
Brown, a negro. southern beauty. Tall, handsome of distinguished will want. some shells. We have them for aU kinds of game. The smokeless
.4' a .;,j man. It doesn't look like it in print or in typewritten gifted with exceptional talents Window ShadesWhich MADE IN FLORIDA..
presence ,
4 powder shells do the work without clouding the atmosphere. ,Just try hem..
document. So we nay, what a blunder I It prestige and wealth, Franklin J. Moses\[ made a dashing STOCK ALWAYS ON HANDat

f certainly ought to have been explained or an apulo.) soldier and later an able statesman. That was has. Just been receive I. The Tllghinan's Mill.

4' gy made, but neither has been forthcoming from the thirty Today years he ago.is the**ruin of his former self, bowed line plate Is In easily the city the,moat and embraces varied and Shades oom- For prices call-0-on or address During this Cool! Weaiher

Mr. friend In price 11. 0.1IAHM.
1 ,; fic chief executive, although Tilghmau'a down, haggard and oitiful. His picture is in the .
l4 r+ have appealed to him to publicly acknowledge hill rogues' gallery. He has neither friends nor money. 'J5 fo 50 Cents Tllghman's Mill, I Pulatka, ) 18. When the atmosphere of the house In tbe morning and waning is chilly, ;you can

mistake in the leading papers. Does not this indifference He says of himself: .

At pass all comprehension when connected My hair is white, my skin is browned and sea- Furniture of all Kinds bs made comfortable at a minimum of cost by uslsg

": ; with such the Governor of Florida is "upposed. soned, my cheeks are hallowed, my frame is shrunken -
( i a man as and my hands are palsied] like a man of eighty. IRON BEDS MATTRESSES,

d _to be? _________ '-" ,. Worse than all, my reputation as a man among men SIDEBOARDS The Barlor Oil Heater
is gone. Opium and morphine, the twin'' curses of LINOLEUMS: and MATTINGS
SHOULD CHUKCHI In: TAXKU. life not content with Our all and :v.They
my were undermining my goods are new our pricesare i
smoke not, neither do ttia ai
small and
There is in this country a small but energetic health. It is years since I'have tasted either of low they ; yet we say unto yon they

; .:s Il minority of persons who insist that church property them. But the work of destractiou< they began all will give. the required ..warmth It.one of them should either uf smoke,

W pl ? should taxed. Their argument is that every dollar proohing the destructive age have forces helped of to nature curry, on.disease The and begin-up- When: it comes to you've but to tell us and you get your money back. 3& *

of tuxes removed from church property must be S.
ning of my downfall was not when I lost my political -

4e ?' made up by a proportionate increase in the levy; position of governor of the state. of South Caro- TABLE SUPPLIESWe We Have All Kinds of Stoves

va S against other property, and that, as a consequence, lina.Political ,
reverses come to all men in public life.
t'j' non-religionists are! thus compelled to indirectly -
many My real ruin: dated from the time that the most hav'an Idea that we can please OUR BREAD WILL
?+,L' r support churches. As the church property in brilliant part of my career began. In 1378 I had you, and not at the same time un- SATISFY:! ALL and during January, when you need l them for heating purposee most ...\are..coMfe

,, the United States is valued at $300,00( :,000, it may just been elected governor-tha (youngest man who necessarily deplete exchequer. It will give to the young strength to soil them at Just enough above their coat to reimburse us for the tr.ilght.1?

readily be seen that assessments against it at the< ever held that position in my native state-at the your and beauty, and make! the old happy*

u vw regular rates would be a considerable item. Presi age of thirty. I had fought my way up to thai position To supply From the KENNERLY HARDWARE
4 CO.
dent Grant, in a massage to congress, advocated. < the( to speaker of the state house of representatives Palatka Variety Bakery,
H and to other offices the bitterest
11u'i lie intimate against oppo Wholesome Ediblesat HENRY THALOOTT, Prop.
taxation of all property equally. even
sition. I had been in the Confederate army, but 1 I
,ea / that the question was so grave that bloodshed had become Republican! as matter' of princIple.That .

might be involved in its settlement, unless action was equivalent. to being called a traitor by the moderate cost Is our ambition in shell. be cause of suspension,by. the'I "The State will not hereafter cutter NOTICE OF APPIJOATION FOB

i' were taken before the acquisition of church proper. aristocracy of my state. At the outset of my ad- life. The store I Is literally filled with Uovernor. *: because lists of lands redeemed or Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter
3r billions. ministration I was subject to a social ostracism. It Section 22.-Tim .assessor. shall ascertain sold have never been regularly furnished ** Law*of Florida. -' -
? into the good things.
: ty ran ( by personal Inspection when the tax for the
extended to family and friends. Masonic assessors rawdon Notice
was My -
hereby that
; The moral influence exercised ,by the church is brothers would not speak to me outside of the' GOOD TEA and COFFEE. therewith not already, the sufficiently value of the acquaint lands and 1 pay-ment that lands taxes heretofore hud. not sold been for..trlckeo non- Co.,purchaser. :Tax given Certificate Williams No.1 518.

,,v.- I: held up as a justification for the exemption of ec- lodge room. I held my head high and tried to ignore "assess them at their full cash value. from the tax books and for the further dated flied the Jet day of June A. D... 18STHHW .
A "'S4 a r f clesiasticalproperty from taxation So general is the taunts and humiliations that were headed GOOD BUTTER, Section:! iiB.: =The Board of County reason that by the comptroler' has mada said vvja i>luua bV in HIy QIUC9.,tad
for tax
to Issue
shall have full
commissioners powerto
of this view that change in the at me at evey turn. My nerves gave way., J I circulars, the assessorsare 'very In accordance with !
R < e. I the acceptance no upon Finest of HAM\[ and BACON. equalUe the assessment of the properly directed to omit from the law. Bald certificate
present policy i ia likely in the immediate future.. could not sleep. real estate in their respective counties tax. books. all and only those land embrace the following described
To one of particular friends I confided and for that may raise property )situated la Putnam County. ,
my my "We deliver purpose covered by the tax certificates now
One of the most striking examples of the evil goods to any part lower the value fixed 1 by the assessor Florida,to wit:
bond God The
; sufferings of and body. "My 1" he said, or held by the State. list of the
Pt K.: of
N. Bill e
.1 W.tf, P M9! section
i c&& that sometimes grows out of discrimination in taxee "why do ybu go on this way? Take some morphineand of the City. estate,on but any cannot particular raise.piece or of lower certificates held by the State on 10 township 10, range 20-25 acres.
1 file-In the
furl;, + :- is the case of the Broadway Tabernacle, in New,, sleep." That fried::: who thought he was giving the entire assessment of the county, offices September of clerks, 1UU1\ of the are on Circuit Court, The said land belug assessed at the

y York city.. Forty-five years ago the congregation me the beet of brotherly advice, was Major J. B. their powers being only to equalize.It and are always accessible to the as date of the Issuance of such certificate
f tbe
: of Wm.
,; Dennis, formerly of Norwich, Conn., who went to L. C. Stephens shall be unlawful for the County sessor. Witlethe aid of> these, lists name Hampton Unlenacid
which certificate shall be
church $78,503 for the ground on lower the redeemed to-
4 t of this paid South Carolina to settle after the war. I took the Commissioners to assessment the assessors can and should under to law tax deed will 'Issue
built. Within the last month of anv personal f property givenIn the law,ascertain from the reports thereon
TX the Tabernacle was advice and sent to the that on the 13th of A.
: J a messenger apothecary by the owner or assessed! by the of tax Bales on file in the office. day February,
4 + the land was sold for $1,800,000, the old edifice evening for the drug "Now I will sleep 1'I cried Kirby and Morris Sts. .." which shall not have been of the clerks of the Circuit D.Witness 1902.() official

ti u w counting for nothing in!the transaction. The clear exultantly that night before going to boo, as I poised specified Commissioners( under failing oath. to The obey County this Court and of the tax collectors, this the 8th my day of January signature A. D.and Itfoa.ttealt seal! .
'lot and of land certified
therefore a bit of the white stuff on the point of a penknife every parcel ( JOSEPH PRICE:
$1,221- ,
profit to the congregation was, provision shall be subject to a line of or sold to the State, for any previous -
before taking the dose. From that my downfall dollars each and suspension. Clerk Circuit Court, Putnam! Oo ,FloridaNOTICE
i "' +t 500 which properly be said to have fifty year' covered by the certificates ,
;. 1 e 1 n? a um dated, and I am what you sea me today-waiting JUST RECEIVEDNEW 1 The tax assessors are charged now held by the State In custody -
.o been contributed by the community at large. This for death to ferry me over the dark river.-N, Y. with the imperative duty of ascertalninir of the clerks, and should eliminate OF APPLICATION FOB
t instance is being used by the equal-taxationists to Journal.. all property liable to taxation all of them from, the assessment Tax. Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter\
b CHOP OFLandrpth's and of assesslni all real property rolls except those reported to 48B8, Laws of Florida
I Pt further their movement. at 'its full cash value,' and all the assessors. by the clerk. each Notice Is hareby given that,WUllsme
r is doubtful if the advocates of the taxation of The Itloliop In Ills Face. personal property at 'its true cash. I month xinca a, redeemed or bold ft;Company. purchaser Tax Certificate
k It An Interesting story of the lute Bishop Whlpple I la Garden Seed value.' Hie County Commissioners This is not BO difficult. a tank, as No. 384, dated the Sib day; of June, A. D.
k, church property make much headway until the big contributed by one of the clergymen, of his diocese. are charged with'full power to equal- some imagine, and even If It IB, the 1H94, baa .,filed said. certificate In my
'' industrial corporations and private owners of large The t wife was a strong believer In dreams,, FOB Ue thc .assessment. of the real estate law positively require. that It shal office, and. has made application for tax
4 S and singularly enough, many of her dreams came true., in their respective counties, and far be done. In short. It.I..tha sworn deed to\l Issue la, accordance with law.
p:4: { land tracts shall be forced to pay their proper share One Sunday morning In October, while they were in that purpose may raise or lower the duty of every tax assessor. to Ktcer Bald certificate embraces the following
f oftaxel. The immunity enjoyed by the churches i.a is farlbault, she aroused her husband. and told him that SPRING PLANTING value fixed by the assessor ou .any cain all property liable to taxation aerined property situated la:PUtnsinoouftty
of real estate but
her son In New Mexico was dying.; Hhe described him particular' piece ; and to assess all real property at 'It Florida to-wit:
wi r mere bagatelle as compared with the taxes avoided as he lay on a hard bed In miserable( adobe hut. And cannot raise or lower the entire assessment full cash "value'. and all persona. E X of N W,,3 x. Section 1>Town.hlp
;' holders. declared that his serious condition was due to Inattention. of the county, the powers property at sits true cash value,; and 10, Range M-40 acre.
r J 'I by other property She urged, tbe bishop to go at once to New Mexico A'' City Drag Store being only to equalize. It shall be it Is also tbe sworn duty of every tax .Tha .aalU land being assessed at the
and rescue the boy. unlawful for the County Commissioners assessor to omit from the tax books date ot the Isaua ice of such eertlficataIn
eaM'' M American citizens who have tried to reconcile Obedient to his. wife's. wishes, Bishop Whipple went to lower the assessment ol all property, real and personal, not the name of Jos. A. Held. ,Unl...*
r"e humanitarian in southward as fast as steam could carry him At at. E. Stewart. any personal property given la by subject to taxation. Any Information said cwtlficata shall be redeemed accenting t
+ Senator Lodge's speeches supportof Louis be found a telegram: awaiting him which read]I the owner assessed" by the assessor concerning valuation of Dank or to b w, tax deed will Issue thereon C on
+ the war with Spain, will find great difficulty in "Proceed without delay to New Mexico. Don't waste which shall rt not have,been specified corporate stocks not accessible In the 12th day of February. A. D. 1902
moment In under oath. your county that can be supplied Witness my official signature and seal
time.' precious.'i
the any FnascniFTioNSCAREFULLY: :
i( '' reconciling his later utterances supporting Ha Ever ,and reached his. ete son's .side "To assess property does not menu from the Stata Lkipartinents will be this thalltlLtla"of,".nual'7.,&'IX. im.o .
h ministration's policy in the Philippines. They are lust In time The scene was as Mrs. Wblpple, had described COMPOUNDED.To to copy the description and value furnished on application. LSL1[ } JOSEPH PRICE
Kirk unto death ol from a tax book of a previous year Yours respectfully, Circuit Court Putnam .Florida
to reconcile the Id. The boy was on a pallet Co.
"' wasting valued time by trying opt but It means that the assessor must .
; straw in an adobe hut What medical attention he had W. S. JHNNINOB,
f ) posing attitudes. In our government we have received wan doing him more harm than goo Assessors' of Taxes of all liableto
County : full cash value ,,property
that he could not survive another day Tax Deal Under Section t 'Chapter
who be massed It was apparent
under .
of statesmen
of the
several classes may taxation.. Ills the duty assessors -
such and serious
In such surroundings. Bishop Whipple had left In Numerous complaints 411118 Law of Florida.
two general classes; men who are'ruled by their hurry that he had neglected to bring,any more money are received( from nearly every portion ascertain to make from diligent and enquiry all sources and NOTICE Tax Dead OF Under Bention It of, Chapter Notice i la hereby given that,'William*
to any
needed for his. bare In his.. of the State that much property
ruled their emotions. than he traveling expenses. A Company. purchaser of Tax CertlfisetaNo. ,
and men who are by Including the public records In the 48SH, Law florlda. .
axe # bank told the taxation assessmentand
dilemma he wnnt to the and cashier-a liable to escapes .
dated ..
the 5th
liable to lie take valuations In several county offices, what lands Notice 1* hereby given that W. 0 (49 dayl of J April,
The reasoning man is error. may manly young Mexican-hla story. He needed money togot also that many D., 18UJ.: hue filed said.
certificate In
4 and other are, or are not my
his out of the country would the bank honor a cases are too low. The following property Townsend purchaser of Tex CertiorateNo.
*M c' III'" the narrow, selfish view, but he i I. usually consis) draft? provisions of the re..onuelaw,Chap subject to taxation. The commission 741,dated the 3rd day of July A.D., office. and. has made application-for taxdeed
,;\ tent. If he discovers that he is in error, he usually The cashier" was Impressed with the recital. "Any ter 4.(2a:( approved June 1st, 18UD. relating i allowed the assessors .la to compensate 1890,haa Bled said certificate in J office. Said to issue In accordance with law..
: ,I. tell looking face," said he, "that to assessment and valuations I for ibis work to be properly done. and baa made application for tea deed certificate embrace* the following
} by your
his mistake and explains his change. of one can you fa and described situated In Putnam
confesses This law was enacted 18U5, it property
": : a bishop of the church of dud< and that you speak are mandatory. to Issue la accordance with law. Bald
front. The man who ia i ruled by hia emotions can the truth. shall be glad to accommodate ,you. How Section 19.-Kvery assessor. shall fi Is presumed that all officers know oertlnut embraces the following"' described County,Florida, to wit _
want. ?" giving In the the law. It Is their worn duty to property situated In Putnam N. E. 4 of & W. to J 8ec"oa/IS, Township .
; :'ij' lash himself into a fury on any old proposition. lie much The money bishop. drew you on the l bank for oats) ), and he and o the amount require or any list person of his personal propertp falthfullyparform the duties of the County, Florl4.o. !wit: 10,. Bangs 20-40 aorea.
i' ; 'I: seldom troubles himself with logic Like gunpowder sick man were soon on their way. north. The love-to to make oath before him that the offices they hold ee prescribed by law. E. 87 A. of N. W.>yj. section 31, township Tbs said land balag' assessed at the
I Uod and man the yean of elf-sacrlfioe and unselfish same l Is full and correct, and any It Is also. tha imperative duty of 11, range 36-07 acr.... date of the Issuance" of such certificate
e of fire he
when he feels the touch explodes service for others which had written their Indelible history person refusing to take such oath the tax assessor to omit from the Bald land being,, assessed at the 'data lathe name t.f Unknowns: ,Unlasa said
.. : without instant of deliberation. .Like gunpow. on the good Inane face were the means of saving shall not be permitted afterwards to tax book. all land not subject to of the .Issuance. of such certificate In the certificate shall be redeemed according
1' the lauds not sub te law tax dead will tie
taxation. laauatfcoreoaon\
reduce the valuation made by suuli Among nan of lousier Bro Unless said
life. certificate
,!;:ry;; der hole just as apt to lend his energies to a bullet the boy's -5-.-- _. .- assessor of his personal property for ject to taxation are those certified or shall be redeemed according to 18th day of February A D. 1002.'

i. h1t a* he i ia to a Roman candle. lIe does not stop to Ills Only Chance.A that year. The valuation- any sold to the State for any previous law, tax deed will l Issue thereon 'n the WI to.... my official signature and seal
n 4 for the of taxes this the 18tb A' 1>. 190J.!
sw Item of property by tha taxpayer, year non-payment lath: day of February A. D., IDoa.Wltnsss day January
1:..li :r think where the bullet will land. One may enjoy bachelor member of congress: who lit. not as hand shall in no case prevent the assessor unless they are said< by or.redeemed my official signature suit seal [Seal IJ I JOSEPH: PBICE.
1d'' .. a Senator Lodge's oratorical antics all the better some al Apollo, dropped into Clerk Me Do well's'ofllce from determining Its true valve from the State. Tha ,revenue law this. the 8th day of January, A. D. 1901. Clerk Circuit Court;Putnam Oo. Florida
a .,'" t of the the other day to seek sympathy because the lady on and If he .hl ascertain that any provides. in .ectlon 24, that .the assessor [Sesil'] JOSEPH PRICE Fab. 13
x when lie appreciates the irresponsibility man_ whom he had looked with favor was about to. be married Item of property Is too small, bit shall not asses any lot or parcel ', Clerk CIrcuit Court,PIlt8amCo..l'lorida.
V1 e '' who is BO easily swayed by his emotions. lie sees to another man. ball increase the aame to It* true of land certified or sold to the RththnLFurnhshed
e That reminds me,." said Mr, McDowell, "of the Inci- value. If any taxpayer feels aggrieved State for any previous year unless European ,
z' nothing inconsistent in his denunciation of Spanish dent which happened when Uovernor Dick Oglesby at the valuation placed upon such lot or parcel of land so certifiedor EXECUTOR'S SALE OF LAND
endorsement of Joliet to the state prison. Jo one by the tax sold shall be included in the,llMt
: methods in Cuba and his hearty went down to Inspect any Item of property assessor AT 'AUCTION.TotMwldsfpnbllaaiMillon RooouiK
5, :1 of the qUit was a very ugly man. ,ha shall complain to the County furnished. by the comptroller to the .. ,
P 'A American piethods in the Philippines, and that is "HoW did you get !In here?" asked Oglesby. Commissioners at their meeting In assessors as now provided by, law.' : In front of the
'! tried, off witha ,Section XT provides that 'tha tax assessors pool ono In Cnnont city aUrab. Sill *t 10 Hot and Cold Paths
w, t why he makes so many of his countrymen smile. 'Abduction, was the reply.' to run August, that the valuation may be, of ibis I stata shall receive no *., m.foreun to lh.hl.b... bidder, ..H ..
girl and they caught me. properly adjusted. ol land with houeou.bartdtupan4 orinj"umve
Ff "'I'll pardon you". soon as I back to Springfield,' Section *>.-All personal estate compensation far' 'assessing lands. ,In Sm-ll.io SI| Town.hlp! II ,it. Rung & AtJIDBERT
decided to have a Philippine exhibit aid the governor. '! don't sea bow you could.expect to liable to taxation, the value of which which are not subject to taxation.' Alec iu..or...of Uud In gene II, TowS.hlu
e SINCB it has been '" under This makes It tbe Imperative dutyof 5.tti"i.lKH'\ '! :W: set. 15. """< .
other been ::
i get a wife In any way. hall not have specified : b I..ngi (: the .t.t. :::1
S, '' at. the Louisan. Purchase Exposition, why not The homely bachelor congressman laughed. loudly. oath a* aforesaid shall be estimated the tax assessor to omit from tie ....... A.b.ld.wued. g JAMES1to
s' Sultan of Snla and his harem? They Then, aa the application of the story dawned upon him, by> the assessor at Its true- ah value assessment rolls ''any lot or parcel of lota nib day of I..... A.P. l Iwo
a bring over the the smile faded from his face, and be walked out of Mo- according to> his. best Judgment and Inn certified or sold the State for any LJa eeeeae",., ( to Chas.KnpporOUMb)
wpuld make a drawing card tot the midway that lowell's office. without saying a word.WashingtonPoet. information, and his failure by neglector previous year' unless directed 1 otherwise Jaato46 H:tbw.n.Rasoutora.
refusal to.make mob estimate by She eomf uolUr. FLArI&*, ."LO.Uei ? '
be beat.
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,Citylaonaot Unil. No mutter how poor or rich The delegates left on the muteutiner < <. .t

the monk beautiful Imuvtlntia In IM tor. WOMAN'S" CLUBS. 11 hoinu he cornea from, whether he Crescent; Friday morning for- their Our selection was imulo, lasli November In order t reoolva It wo have oonoluded not to offer any bait other titan '.

ominty' ,M rollaa: front I'nlntkn.:: ami. :IcroacIlo4 kne" or not, in the fruvkindergarten The following la a list of officers eons DtJy are dlstlootlvely new. strictly pure line of edibles at a modest advance abovo ooat. We have an Idea ,
by altUuiviiLMunnr or rnllrnad. urfln be |I" iniuln to rnn.ll/e, that he
/ Ivulongs and
delegates proaent and thelt pinecos Many o( thorn Are swell and have bar-
cent(Mi" line un hIgh' .grniiiii wlilnh rlnoBginoii.' to Ooil aud"that Clod that wo buy M cheaply aa anyonein our linn when It mules to goods of real ;
fully from .lha want bank.* of Urumitmt akts. a SOMETHING OF THE WORK THEY love and euros of oiiterlalnment rul of style tu lliom. Von will not hind ,
_u.ful.h.o..llr! wnlor 18 lullua In luniJlll tor nn all; that everything In nature Mrs. Mattle MeN" and Mine Watson their duplluuteslp Putnam before '
and from three to nve mlloa lii width., 'riiul ARE DOING IN THE STATE flowers, trees all, are cared\ for of Ormond, Mm.\ Stewart and oouutj; mArt That's all the kind we keep. We piy tho highest p.loe for EGOS and
>laoa la wall laid out 'In town anil li H blrdRr Next
thu. former oouatltutlnK a portion. of prove the lowubufealv : divine hand. The child la Mra. haw of Daytona, at Mm. .. M.:: COUNTRY Suppose you give us a trial order for nOCE IES. Wo ;,
block In wlilth ,lyliiK., bolwoan two taught to love all these, to be kind Cone's. The flrst shipment embraces over PRODOE

ou lakes,the-laka....,.Oraaoant Thajlovolof/ on the Inko eaat Ht mm, lla luke Ia40.Htalln tOut The Annual Convention of tho State thoughtful of others, to exercise Mra. P. (Oochrnne Miss Celeste lIe patterns ranging from medium to have an idea you will not grumble at the prlooa and youcan't at the gooda.

blvharthnn that of lithe Uro.ount-tiiiM] afToril" Federation.The lijlf control, mmelllshnesB ; to give McGregor of PiUnllui, Miss Mver- high class goods and the ladles are Invited -' '
lug itarfaot dralnnKn. Tile I wuuir' of luke HUjll: \vUllngly' and all theattributes of more and Mrs. Warren of Union ..
: to look them
hem Ita aouroa In aprlnna nnd la kept nl,>.nol: l neventh annual the .
havo !
the session
pure by: town auttiiirltlou who nia Iv It of little
a inlailuoieannr to In oontiuuliiitb. life. Five days In the week Mra. W. W. dimmer end Mrs. ,
any way: IV, r,', State Jt'.derntlon of Woman's cluba WALL PAPER. '
Tile IMnnt t HyaUtm illvray, totioluia Ito w mt thla instilled<1 Into his little mind Lawrence, Unynea of Jttcksoimsille.at 1
bankoflnka btalla two mitt from: the Uiiriiand wild' I held In. Crexcent City on Wed- }in H clear sweet childish way that 1W..A.\ KuBsell'a.Mra. .Vi'e have made contracts CRESCKNT CITY.
and lust-
a little aummor needay Thursday of woek. ilreet'with .
cnnvoyi paitanniwra tutu
fralKhtto and from the tnwa and uronuimt, CI"Jonolln. Uoleifatea were present from elevenof 'the OttO comprehend. Tlie pi'lost said 1. N. O. Wambolclt !Mra. Itolch- the biggest wall paper mils -__. .f.f"I
.. (JIve child until he la - -- --- - --- .
the railway Htntlon.Ttiatrlp the state clubs vias a seven nib of Fairfield (Jaukaonvllle), at aud oan you paler ale per rolland '
'Ormond sol wal *1'
c by: utaamar from Paldtka or Jaoknonvlllo Unit I, care not what you do with him Mra. Lynn'a.
la oue of the most dolltflitful wnlar, rldoa Green jove Spring's, Creacent City, then up. you oouteniplatlng anything It Is Surprising. "' : '
Inthawbula and tlia,' )>anBO ''K<>r who Omnge"Clty, Tnrpon Springs Fair- MIsS Thorpe Mra. O. B. Smith of In the nature of
tnkaa tbla trip I la'i.r.i. antranoacf, from aturt l.inulah. : "fo. al'ly education. and Impressions Jacksonville Mrs. F.. (I. CK J tun.sell
At a point nlno mlleamiutu. of 1'..,.,... Hold (Jackaonvllle)), Dnytoim Rock- Are lasting. Then through"" the child and Mra. K. V. Lowe of Oreeu Jove Interior Decorations The amount of Flrst-ltl
... Jacknun yule rnlatka
the atanrrmr I." the Ht,Jnhua anil anttra ledge, and
you reach the home and patent, and tit Mra. W. C. Norton's. See us we are headquarters for
Springs, ;
aap-rlvar, a rather narrow but tortuoilantraam Cm'oanut Drove.
4 llnod on either chit by: a tlilnk' growth. Tho nieul.lnur wee cnlltid to order .at we cnnnot tell how far this Influouce Mrs. C I. A. Oreeu' and Mra. John A. Pr.ABtrco WALL PAPER Hats Caps Shoes Shirts Collars! and Cuffs Neckties! Suits .
.oIOyproeu. aHhand p..lmo''ll&hlo fotwtprlinaval reach the ,,
to may or good we Crosby of Man Mateo at Mis. }" M.Payson's. .
o'clock on WedneHday TAIt1IIsEe.
1 ho rlvur our"" are sharp aim, morning by lArlT. OIL
fr In alght) Aflor nine inllaa of trnyol of jHcksonvllie, and was oranhzod TRAINING Mrs. U. N. Brndt and Mrs. .I. W. A PROPOSITION.Next i
through this atraara the atiamur enlarge hut'" Underwood of Como nt Mrs. /.. n.'l'orrey's. .
the broad and .bnaiitlf Lake Uraaouut. A run by the Appointment of Mrs. Frederic of the state federations .
"Jfany .
of an hour. and a buff landa tlifc piuannRar atOraaoant Ooclirnne, of Palntka sl'cretrrypro are Saturday,, Fob. 8th. we will sell C.L. CHAMBERLIN
Cltyv: the etoaiuera noltiwtuinetIendlng. taking for compulsory education and .. 1,
.' The boat I..... Jackaonvllln at Hatn. tein. and. Mra. K. O. O. Munaull, Uianiiul training In the schools. The --o-- to each customer asking for It, 1 pound

: k":7.'l U :rlh rhurauay and Hitturcliiyi of Oroen Jove Springs auditor pro I latter must be brought about by ed. His Cr til.) of the finest creamery butter 1 pound Crescent City 4:
&I 8 p m aama dnya. ItHturnltivtha tern. butterlne il pounds In for. ,
"boat loavea Uroaoant OILY 00 Monday, WeililaBdajr A cordial address eating public sentiment. For the A gentleman handed the New a .1
at 7 al I alalko : o( welcome W of children I 45 The reason lies In the that be carries line of kind ,
: and Friday a' m arriving ; the delegates aud olllotr. ttwjority especially boys, bit of well-thummed card board the CENT fat upto.ote'goocllTbe ;
at 10 a. m. autl at Jaokmjnvlllti at 4:10: waa given "
p* m. No per..... ever kink tile. abiamor uroa.cant by Mrs. F. M. PayHon president of there la no school life after fourteen other day on which was printed the Ever family should take advantage people want.

for Uraaoant Oily: without: axpurlnnalnu the Crescent City club, which was yeara of age. Many children leave following paragraph entitled "My of thll olcr. Hamilton-Brown Shoes anil Shield Brand Hats are "t
flew aaiiantloua of plaaaura aud a abort atop attha School for lack of Interest In the Creed." We\ do not remember who
little olty makva any: mail off woman a Ufa responded to by Mrs. Cummer for purely educational course which the U"lr-1 Gallons Kerosene Oil, flOe Monarch;, Sweet Orr & Go's. Shirts, and Oorlla and, Coon Collars $ !
was little
all dllTurence i
long 10..'01 the pi...... the Federation. it.rnakea -
In the town ,proper ara aomo of the Much Then followed the annual reports of .iMonu la ottered. -for it la "good sfulf" and we Tues ay Fob. 11, If you buy S3,00 worthof Our Neckties are from an Exclusive Tie House.CHAMBEUN'S .
baaullful horn,. to ba found In tbo'atato and "There are many Tjoya and girls attending reprint it as It
the people ara oulttirod autl pro.lmro.. officers together with that of com schools who will per request ia as other Roods at tne same time.. To
There la good aehool, two O''lOboe-EI.I.o.' mittees. our public follows. : ptioplo llvlutf 3 or more miles from town Is the place to buy all kinds of Merchandise.
pal and Praabyterlnu* -aud two good hotola.baaldaa : The annual address of the preal- end their school days there and after "Do not keep the alabaster boxes this oIfmrwiii be good for ii. 12. 13 i C
pleaaank private plane* where boar1! that engage In work for their llvIhtf. of love and tenderness We give you what you pay for.
can be ..b..I".... Howl and boarding honattprloea dent waa a thoughtfully prepared your sealed up and 14 of Feb. One time only. ,
Home! months of
are mud........ The people hove pi.u* paper on the work of the Federationfor :: spend study until your friends are dead. Fill< :
vldad. wall,kopt iiolf huge f<,r tIle etitorlnln, the piiHt year together with Its On French, (lei man and other their lives with sweetness. ("peak Otter and Coon Skins.We ':'
mont of thoaa who like title aimiaoinent.Uroaoout I Drtiiiohea that they will never use In approving cheering word while TORREy'S-'SHOE-ERY
alma for
the future. We
Ulty: baa inUre orange icrovua" than can only lifter life. I believe that thla higher their pay the highest going prices for ;
ears can hear them, and while
any Oilier town lu the eoun., UranKo oulturo give spRee to\; a few of the points.
'. I. the loading oooupatlim of tha puoilo|. nd tOo made in thIs :addrras which was odunntlon! III right and that the very their hearts can be thrilled and nitule fura and skins and we ask you to bringor

quality of thla\ fruit baa4oog been rujcnnled au I listened to with the closest attention. DeHtnliould be taught in our public happier by them. The kind things ship yours to us., Always sell t the Announces a Special Sale of
aupurmr tu tOut grown lu any: othor cItation of but I for the who the '
tlt'lionls pleaU boy mean to when man oa spot, get your money and J
the atata. Almoat every oltliitn <.f tba pliwu" Here are some of the best paragraphs you any they are gone '
baa a .II-k.p."ro.m..nl' ot wblub 'omtnpytba : : : will have to make blat way lu the any before they go; the (lowers you take no changes. en's &S.OO' ett. $8.76.c_ i
grove lola of.InuorpiiraUon, Wbtiuoth0rhseXteud World-he should( have the opportunity mean to send to their Shoes
\V hl\t ta the federation colllns Bend| to .
of Oreaoont Into City the: oounMa eve taco baok. Pbo mnrnhiiiila,, allow I what tile object?' for and ,of receiving a good practical brighten and sweeten their homes Toe C, H.: Co Those. goods are Stylish, Wel.madl best Wearers _

etooke of gnoda wbluh would oJO"dn::: :! many -"One of the objects of the State UllCHtlOII. before they leave them. If my PrestoJ to be ha for the money. :,
of him.. larger. altlea of tba ethic. Living' laohaaper Instead of working all head and friends have alabaster boxes laid -
,than ,almost any: otner town In .this federation of Woman's Cluba la to r>o hfiiuls let ua have the child using full of frugrtint of We are headquarters for Lading and Children Fine Shoes also. Ladles see
bring into communication with away perfumes
atata.1 ha straota are lined with Bliado traoa and. : the various woman's clubs oneanother Doth head and hands in every grarlu! sympathy and affection, which they Hardware Furniture Crockery" our Dainty Rubber Footholds for Damp Weather.
k' the native live onka, and brood altall wnk) urn torn kindergarten to high school. If Intend to break over dend l ,
tlirougliout the stute that. my body,
laid. on the principal. atreatit* Uloyule uatba methods of, work they and may the public schools turn out youths I would rather they would L IDrlng Groceries CRESCENT,
lead la many: direction cumpiu'e mutually helpful, and, through become vtli| 'trained hands and trained them out In my weary mid troubled and Dry Goods. A. B. TORREY CITY.
'' the of ,
l''clgeinotit danger inultiply-
the fednratlon grow to be a united hours and open them, that I may be Crescent City Florida.
Partlaa In Craaoant eity deeming to anli* I big criminal casts will be leduced. refreshed and cheered by them while
anrlb foe thla paper or wUMnv to rtn.i.ft In all necessary reforms and
rower The nation will be what the children
I need them. I would rather buys
aabaewiptlona thereto( may leave tlidlrnamaa for humanity. a
and money: wltlt Mr. K.<: O. Inmnila 1 "Keclpniclty morn than other make It, 8n.llt will be largely what plain collie without a flower, a funeral S
the iMMtonloe, who la our m.uhm.oriu.uiage.it.c any he xchoola make them. GROVEHALL.
la the without! an eulogy than life
one thing best fruit of club llfo u
-- -- "The school la second
--- public only
--- -- --- and federation. It Is the sharing of without the sweetness of love and
to the home In Its Influence upon Individual sympathy. Let us learn to
the bomb you have among membets anoint ,,
and national life.
of the name club and AmOll1the our friends beforehand for their bur -- "

uluba In the BtatofMt is the siftingout "The higher education of women ial. Post mortem kindness dow not For excellence of location ttiU popular Hotel)

of the very best from the experience ID the twentieth century is a great cheer the troubled spirit. Flowers on In IIn..olle. From Un broad himatfnlfUunt f

of all. for the benefit of al, In HtcenHlty' and we must begin with the coflln cunt no fragrance backward vluwsurehud In nil dlreotlonn.
.. the rliiUl."The ,
life's "
; over
thought in method. In material in weary way.
Woman's Club has been l overlook bountiful Creiicent' Lake ou one
The May: it.iw was in port Mon tb ing. an ..... .
on, every educational. for it -- Hide and charming Like Btulla on the other ,
day. "You will be Interested In thechairman's Important element It I. homelike alw brand* rpnf mdb7U>* tra. Ino
)lies enabled woman to continue her COMO. quiet, place, ,i well Ur to|i *UMOonrani r tb* b -flt of !> !MV praflM ef -
report on social purity. nilod whOm KuoiitR who enjoy the rent which Unsn w*hvj Mr. A, fi.Torrey: !'la l Betting out adReie oUucntlon, and to turn Into action the I'.p.t.rHflnd. ,.f WIlsOn .fli CIgt fl 1,0 whi...:. ri,... ,
In >ea43!he4. While Rome things have. been accomplished \Knowledge acquired. It la impossible A very enjoyable entertainment tliIn rhannlnK cIty nl..re 14 BEAUTIFULPRIZESFREE 'I' '
j ; I lit the right direction let ua to weigh the value oflllh WitS "given" by the Como: Knights of BUNTING, FISH I NO, BICYCLING.MVONIFICKNT ; ,
Mitts DdtohSr' '6t nome, N. Y.'wa< not be satisfied with present leaulU. \ however life and each member must Sunshine In the V. I. A. Hall on Friday -a- ,a,,CLII ndonvbnxof nth wrr quart oar hnttl fuHlye*nr onr,Uh-M fn>oM 4 *in<>(y* fob",0Qu.ntiyiItbflnCQuo lts.d.lIO.<> 1O, ci.I .
at (Jrencent inn litst week. We must still work for. the ( ** C weeol.a.a will Ou.ABH4ILITEI.V FH BE on*of lh,huid-
a jfuest: protectionof draw her own conclusions aa to its evening of last week. 'l'h" hall <1OLF LINKS -eon..I.....,ir.I:,. fl10.1 Ont'W,tf hM IBM!*IhMiB i.aC,.,.

i Mm. Jenny Colby' and little boy our girls. Many of these girls will 'tforthi to herself. was well filled and the, children, the Two b otka from the hot-ul.- lYe of Lttikfl free ,wind.nh,.d..a.ttnnIh so, ,I,.as.,d,$will ha.,, ,h1I,1ITh m..a., I.su.An.bfl No.0.010 Yl.o,. N?,,", .

frotir JlUllelitown..I.'I. Y. are at Crescent mothers of_the future generation. "The cultivation ot all the virtue irramaphone and the audience were to Hotel! gucHU.Sennon .. Pip* I tMuIn*MMrwhanm Clnr Hold r,1 fnoln.M,5.wh.oo, ,
Whafel greatly needed in our ,state at their beat.. The recitations. l bv Miss ononM November lit FliRt RVl.Il.nUfl.Mn, I pnttr>Mth.r T l Muwponrh. I Unnt ***** ha
Inn. >t that ennoble life is to great extent ,,lek.l .,.tebbnt.I h.hlmouolt.b"Oe. I ok ,
i la all institution where girls without \ tho handa of the women III our Phebu Palmer Miss\ Victoria Unhurs, Kvery, room baa been oupie the ii.l ha)4) r, I |uIrIan! button*, 1 doubt ohln.nd on* hMntlful tha a .
i Mills Hutchinson spent Sunday al t uareitta ot lfO< homeinfluence iJ| Miss Leila Masters durinI ill b.It,tti sold phll.d. AhI IU..Id ..Ihth'.sotee'0U0Aot.Cub.S
can and schools. In these importaltt Prior lyonChamberlUn joist t vo BeaaoDH and .hoo who nooommoiliitton l.l.,4, ,nbmqnforfs.ntflfl.roIdhtuso '
;I $athumHelghtmthouaatofMIws| Ito[ placed au4\: trained !ii:. be usefulypineiiy lIctnes positions as mothers andtMaclterlo Jimmie Miller i'ellx for tho aouaon Hbouldnddrreta .:t,,,fob?,.,.kru..dh.fl.dfl-> ihlfnf \I"* the cute< W. .*)) U .._

Carrie Hodg., 1. ..?, ,'. \) I :do: not mean a reform the women of today and Haymart were excellent, MlnM\ K } a- the cmlnl, .'.r- .Whlk lud
E. H. Colby and wife ,of Adain'd. school hut an Institution that takes those who will follow after will give bl'l and Palmer being especiallygood _ oat 0 t'wrndo.tmon Pups IOflereid than My**.Mk od forth,,e(50*wnUrsj lot lsO Our nb.WUkrf. b..d.d..hn.H.ns.sodIooro.ul.flor I- -ze' t''I

Beam N.,Y. were ,amoup .ti( .. arrivals \ a 6r girl siu before and makes she hUll her tasted realize of what crime' their greatest Influence."In hit while Kollo Belknap made a William C Norton _-.__._, i _- .J'0 h.nn. flMl1s4y.flh,45f.fl W.Onrnt.thn.det.S'etS'fl..I.n.nf.VtoN
at Crescent Inn lust week. a conclusion thank you for the with "How Lyndon wanted hishair FRFI? I AnBviraPnmtaiiiof*Rl l.pknkntfwibtobIod. loorf""0, iflirCUtt..b.. 1 \
useful life means. cut." Every niece wee received .- -4. mCC i fluHratUr i ,lftaTwMatlndranMwltberdic r UraO MUt In pl m PM.UH.* Wflt. toe,
words and .
kind courtesies ,
;' Mr. and :Mrs. J<*hu MoC..ndl'I' I"rhls wl'l!' ijever be brought about iriany n have to ]iraidt fur the by men It l Is the work of <'lrl tlmi ,
gone >nu va ;, IUVVQ !to profitable gathering and a O. li. Robinson recited "The LimtHymn" Crescent Pla.
-- -- ---- ---- ---
Wa who are.iuotnera
.i reniaiiitler of the season' women. realize gikoflesaful. club year." with dramatic force. The
I: how* our own daughters' at &> -certain entertainment was opened by the
of the educational
Mrs. Augur, late of Jnmnlen, WAil Tht report comirittte -
here Snnfl a"visit tb 'her acliool girl age love- to go out contained! / some pointed gramnphone with 'Milne Danube TUV TItle comforlnlilo
over yon para.
and have '110 good time.' Full of and the bugle the RIlMellblytho IHLblLflT I Howl ARE ANY
sounding .
f. sister Mills AUiMhVbltuiaii. harm graphs, as follows: "If intelligent, th. ..suasjiiMm. ..'
young life they see no In many children peomptly took their
cltUeiia could bo Induced to InveMtI"glte !
J a Cook and MUrt C. Wale. both of
Mr. Edwlff XJllbert ill having. n things Mint In themselves are perfectly > places, and to the stlring notes of E
the conditions
present ,
new kind of roof put on his cottngn. ImrmlwHH, but that may lead to would be surprised to see how little "John Biown'a body". gave a file exhibition ChautaiKiuii, N. Y.. they hove hadmltnyyeureofexperle.oe YOU HEAD .
in to the
The roof'la o( oement laid over im-Hli* dangerous paths. Florida la actually doing for her publiQ \ drill. The gramnphone, comfort of the oultibrutetl 0.orln. Lake '
wire. "Can we wonder, then, that young schools, in comparison with other which Mr. K, (I. Grimes from 1'etos- vl.lt. t "

and girls without homes and parents are States. These conditions are* serious key, Mich.< kindly volunteered for Chautauqti Awwutbly.Tho .
WJB. Cravnth, wIfe. of New how ha. boon thoroughly renovated NOISES ?
often led do DEAF ?
on to thinks that wreck
the la one of the beat makes -
and the of Florida
few women can evenl.g
York are enjoying a days outing heir lives? and ; the audience with the and will afford a most ploanaut home for
at Orove Hull, visiting Mrs \V. 1>. ill l longer remain apathetic' oursteta winter The tiiblo U with
Williams. "It Is reported that the work of superintendent says, and the excellence of the music and the vl.to. .UPIIe ALL CASES OF A:
protecting native birds la the beat the market allbnl Itutea made ,
our pro- With which It
teachers of Florida know that the 'lalthfulne81 l'epro
Messrs Marsh and Pulver of Grove greasing in a very satisfactory; man public schools have reached the limit duced human voice and mrnieioalinstrtimettJh. known on nppilcatlon.CItKSCENT. DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARINC
t FLALonnd's
Hall visited Palatka on Monday and ner. The societies throughout the ot their growth unless more funds Ice cream was Served CITY

were quite favorably Impreribeu with uountry are doing a good work in jAn I'e obtained. r Legislation ,and everybody enjoyed themselves ARE NOW CURABLE :
the county town. educating the public; the depart and delighted with the little
will be before increased
necessary incurable.
ment of 'Agriculture is wEre Store by our new invention. Only those born deaf are
assisting who
la. <1 gentlemen showedwhat Drug
taxation for school
Mr. and Mra. Paul N. Ooodrlch. purposes .1
free distribution of .
guests at Grove Hall, caught 27 fish hy on this matter. But the pamphlets workof eiin be Imposed. Here. i ia work for Como children could do.. HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY. :

fci. Crescent lake as the result ot one education must until bird WomoJl'a club. '. Later on we Mr. and Mra. F. A. Williams and Crescent City,
f. A. WERMAN. ,
t iat there will be
women one
days sport last week. life la aafe. hope 'son arrived from New York and are HALTIMORR Md, Navel 30, loor.Cttillfmnt .

Paul O. Qomlrlch and wife of Bos- "Now we have come to the keynote "cry school board in the state. guests at All View Cottage. Offers visitors and citizens a ,_BrIng entirely .r of d .'n_ tlmnlm, to your treatment( I will ".give you
Hill\ chairman of
drw Orange City .
full of di cretioli.About
S hlHtory my ease to your
i ton terminated tholr visit hrre last of all our work-education-and Mra. Laura M. MoNab b... loll
reported that her committee on soil was expected flt e peers K<> ear bg.n.o iing, and till kept on getting warm, .nU
-tweek and will pass the remainder of we must. begin with the child. I am purity with the oo-opeiatlon of to arrive from Lake Helen on Complete line 'of tny: hearliiK 1 In tIle :entirely, ,
|the winter at Daytona. Interested In Sabbath school work, ( of thla week.. I unilcrweiil. .r..I" for caUrrh. for.hr month.without afya'tOeS. en..II.d.n.mb.ol -
physlclaus throughout the state, had phvalclaiiA among otiers. the ,. .'of ,*1,5 cl.y. .old. that
.ind have been all .o. .
my lifer yet I be- iiioceeded in having passed by theLekisltet.ure Toilet flrticlesAnd an operation could even that temporarily, that the head busies would
Miss Icenhour,, of Columblana hove that the kindergarten can do On Wednesday morning of last then eeanet but the effected ear hnl lost forever. J
[Ohio ,to here aa the guest of her more for the child than the Sunday 1 of 1UU1 the amendment to week a gentleman here while strolling I then, 1"ltO' accidentally .a New York paper, and ordered treat
brother Mr. J. A. Icenhour. Miss school. day In the ,,"otlon 2 ;U8. which raises the age of around his yard picked up a tin ment After.I your... 110.1, a few clny .crdl..n vour dlr..on.the noinetcenwd and
morning to girls' to eighteen Druggist Sundries after nve week, my heurlnn I In the I ear .. entirely I thank you
t Icenhour expects remain several circle the child la brought nearer to proteotlou years. box something like a blacking box. sad beg to remaia Very tn.ly your. I. ..n r..or.
h : zuontha.i -- T'la' amendment was approved bv Opening it he found a piece of fresh I.'i f. A. WURMAN 7308. Droadwny, Baltimore, Md.

: time legislature on the last day of it bread moistened with solution pronounced Prices. Our, treatment does not interfere with u* occupation.BM.7JrV "
The Discipline Club under the 11.alptrB. Carter of New York arrived """111011. The report was received by 1 YO"I 'Jl ,

i management ot Mrs. J. \V'. Miller is here on Friday afternoon last tile convention with a vote of thanks box was arsenic evidently by a intended physician.The to. The large part of our stock ,.rd YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME "V..TL11INTERNATIONAL .

rehearsing for an entertainment- to; Join his wife and little son who to the untiring chairman of the com when tossed Into the la of recent arrival '
r be given: In Chamberlln's hall on the have been for some time the guestsof mittee.belpgatna. come the open dog kennel but failed. yard The AURAL CLINIC, 596 L SALLE AYE.CHICAGO, ILL.
near ,
\ evening of February 22d.: Mrs. Carter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. We have ,
from the various club particularly diabolical nature of the lately appointed Agent -,- ---- ---- .-- ---
Mrs. O. N. Carter and Miss" M. M J, L. Manll Mr. Carter expects to made report of work done in their act! lies in the fact that the little son for' the American Bicycle Cmpaay. and MEDIUNALJIELrM. 1 a KKJUT( ALAUM .

f Bldwell of Conn., arrived enjoy himself here for three or four vftrloti. communities. of the gentleman about two years of If your mind la on wheels ( in than an alarm ot flraat night la time .
Olutonbur"l bra weeks lie has many friends herea. dlaUUnHlon bead, mind and let .In.. "h9 an apt i to result la oonaump' b' whlub aoiiuda Ilka I the
f accustomed to ol
stop at On Thursday morning an open age, Is playing aroundthe your you) come us lecteU. They eon be Cone broke up : croup
Grove Hall. Miss Hid well owns .a bouts visits.made on the occasion of former was held on the benclitclub yard, and it Is a mercy that the 'how you what we can do fur you. \on I u.I.I .f Iul.r': Honey: and Tar. Lond.' less. 'a.do.b.knell done' and qulokly.It ,moan.. Yule death.a Honey un.bl.I. ,

cottage at Huntington and i Is ploasantly women might derive from a study of child was not poisoned. Comment Drug and .Tar" fc, give laatani relief and I

' ,< remembered by many of ,our The society Of 'VllIlng'Yorkers" \riOufteliold economies and child Is unnecessary. To vent a p0tty Wh o pain or Irritation exist on any: part of quickly :no;.. worst forme of croup. Mra*

\ people. in organization of little people In study, and It was decided that each spite whoever ia guilty would risk ,JOHN VINCENT, D. Q. B. he hotly. application .f LLAUO'S NO"LUmltN'I'.1 tf. L. old, M..nloa"n.. Ky: ..rltt*.i "My, :,.
three girl
Prlo oroupi
Mrs. Wearer and daughter the; Episcopal church will give a club belonging to the Federation killing an innocent babe rather than ._-a \ tflva 'prompt Drug Htora.r r llof. a the doctor:year old she could .not.r.& ..... 'got a boL \

f Tuesday Henry in Palatki,_ whither supper at the V.I; A. hall next Sat'irday spould appoint a committee to promote forego his grudge. HAIR CUTT1NO IN APPROVED. Tolfly'B Oon': Honey LUbd.. !. best for mop and Ua of roley Hi.n.y and Tar the llrst "0. ',;

spent they went to visit Mrs. Weaver1 evening. The hour for the Interest in these subjects.belegateu ---------..... p CHILDREN'S WORK A STLES. wbooptfl5 o..b. contain no Opiates, and gave qulok,reilof Lounde'aud Drug aavod store:itor mo. BfuaaubaUiutaa 4 :
: la from &:hM) on until the were elected to attend cum quickly. .. mothers keep It la tae
E brother who is a member of the Nvwi have been disposed of. The thtt meeting of the gederal federa- Dueling Instinct. The shop HIM recently been equipped with HIU.M. Luuatla' D.UI 8tur. Are:you narroua ran down, weak and tflifplrltodT -

i I England Comedy Company,. whloh roods will ba New lOn to be held In IM Cal.:, a DOW and modern chaIr and other ooraCorta. You can help anyon: whom :you find sufferIng T.k.fow. d..ufIUlINB...1ft..."'I
had an engagement! at the copper a regular England : Anlfeles. "Sir you bat Inaolted me I" Myrasorcurekept In condition; only olean from inflamed threat '.rrn"o': troubia, InfuHa ."1 .,. lul
opera affair of Boston baked beans i in May as follows Miss Thorpe of llM eta by advlatnc thaUM narvwa, .Overworked m..ool.aya .
"So? How did I did It? towels and E> ( .
1 house In that. city on Tuesday evening. brown bread. doughnuta, cotT.ee etc., Jftvtona[ Mra. W, W. Cummer and "You wrinkled nose are. u.e .outmon are inarantvediwrfoct nr'DALLAEDSROREHOUIID MVUU. the mom and put a new face on lIre .nl bnln... .
your by Oe. ..Uoaolob.Budded'Peco"Trees l7 for oouiiha soil ooliia. Prloo, aflandAOoania. ., 'oauta. Louuda Drug l.r. '
.m"l Irlo.
and the price is 35 cent. The* llttUeopl Urs.- Lawrence Uaynea of Jackson.ville "So you mean like dot und Lounda Store. A THOUSAND DOLLARS TUEOWXAWAT
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One ot the most unfortunate clr- > request.. the News to an. | ,' Mrs. Horace Shaw of Orlando "Scoundrel! Ve vlll flght. Vat iff Tha moat reliable preparationfor kidney. Mr.W. w. Dakar, of Plalnriew, writes

um.tanoes lit connection with the iounce that a general invitation la and Mrs. Hamilton. ,, of Oreen Cove your peesnessT" '. -a.1e. Oroobl.on hits tnarkat.JTulay Kldnay: Uura. "":r wire had lung trouble for l..bo flftaaa
extended to all. Sprlngrs. J.uusd. Drug Store.The's W tried a number of dootora and spent,
present winter la the fact that! there "I am a Cherman lletenant. : '
Airs Hill of City read la probably nodlaeaa or condition of : thousand dollara without any relleIw.,.
t seems to b.. no small steamer here ,t>r. and Mra. H. A. Nlc'hola) of Orange" an "I am sorry for da army." the human system:that cane mora Buffering l : vary law and X lout all hoiie. wbeiu a .
which hotel guests and other visitors Ann Arbor, Mich., spent last weekat e;*:<;etl<*nt paper on l'he Advantages "So. Und you viI fight yet?' sod dlHtr'. tItan plloa. IAULEU BUSY : sogostsd trying Volt-y llonoy and
can use in ranking an excursion to of Club Life and Miss Livermore of I tight you are retty." Trees eiuiiomwrteswr dIne qulukly." wUbuut Tar, which I did I an:I thauka ba to thin ..great
Crescent In IT, and loft on Mondayfor "Ol vl Ihb.U' line I. .
Prlu Itaavadhar Ufa. atrnnger
Orange W remedy
OiOeii Cove tlprlnone on "Moa-\ ,,. main en detention from f :
Is be de
Haw Creek. ? .
Coma where the doctor expects ( of Froebel.\' Professor Bier. veapn. : eon,. In bl"_ 7J> oanta LounUsDrug unjoy: battarhnalib ..a aha .av r knowtrInlonyaara.
Bn te "T hat ." Ta. Wa ati ... >-
himself and hnntng. my Peach Trees .
\ again to enjoy fishing 4.
1. Fred Hubbnrd Is In Crescent Iy II lecture on Child Study.afforded "Not unless choose s. toy's Honey sodtar anJ ama o'-aaflllotad >
31ty after an absence, ot several Dr. Ntchola bAA not visited neW'ideas to the educational you pistols" kIdney "lpl.ht 1m. mr. popl. 1'.b Any: to try it." Lounda' Drug Store.
many "Und do brefer ? ( ". .
'ear*. Mr. Hubbard 1s now a ranch Crescent City since the winter of oo'nnnitte vy you pistols AU! KINDS OF TREES AID PUNT iQgao.01.&'" "bl. U gets I a bold. on. Tfarvoun ob t Id ran are almoa alwaya: thin

.nan In the mountains of East Ten- HH'J.! and he confesses .to some The committee on resolutions did "Pecause" I am a putty gout pistol the mrmtattt bcfnra It Ia .. .o ..:r'aKidnoy children The "out-toor.btty": la aeldon nnrVoua. -
shooter. KB UllBAM VKRVI1TUUB ia the
changes. He states that his moat .IRlfQHT pRrpAfO. Cure will prevent the d..I.pm.o' ol'ata.dlaaaM WHIT
oases, and he looks ad If the life Considerable thanking but the fol- off ..noo. It atrengthxana .
"I aee. Den I vlll not fight if. takau lu Uma. JLouuda' OnuS preventive ..
reed with him perfectly. Hn ittbe pleasant l recollection of his visit here ovinywill have the greatest local you. Thar la tbXMfhi trait.t_ta' Clora.DonTlaithabandof. the system amid awl.,'thai aunt of Unabtwbloh
guest of Mr. Collins H. Hubbardi 20yeat'1Jago.1t1 centered In a' stagg .I you do not fight und let mc kU -w r aaulh. Nvriw fc, wrinkles on creates airaogth p.mwst'01 andur'

i LlHnaro.'' partggtven that winter to the ,gonilemen Interest Ittjlesoived.That the sincere thanks YOI vill prand you'an a coward. aalalo a., IT.e spas app u&- yuurfaoa. Keep young,tlmepaint b,. kvaplng the blood' anoa PflCehbOuRte. Lounda' Drug B".
from Michigan by the late you prand me aa a coward I GOOD TRCSf. pure ami lbs diirentUa organ In a httaltnrulcondlllon Mo'bo.can MtMly give FoUy'a: Honey: and'
;i Allen B. Maull terminated Ills visit of the Florida State Federation of vill pull your nose right pefore HVUBlMAwlll do Ihla. Health la .Children for coughs and ool,la r lotfIt
Fudge\ Jared Patchen the founder of the your mt manut oon* oontaloa no no other polaona
Woman'a Clubs be extended to M/ml. :Couth, dlaeaaa and aloknaaa brings 010 age.rrloaWoaota. opla.e
o bill parents' Wednesday lasr, OKvhloh the; plaoe. tace. LounUi Drug Htorv. JLoanda' .. *.
Association of 535
Village Improvement dead I'" "
-. day be left for Ualtlmoie. are as good as a man. ;.0 ,
and Mrs. Ohas. Barker ot Pel-. 2f aaent City for Its pleasant wel- --------- -
ti This was his fret vlst homo ,In six: : Mr. "I am vorth a touaand dead men, .- .-V.W ---
years, and bia comIng afforded great ham N. YM are scheduled to arrive come and hospitable eneert&Hnmenta; you gooseneck monkey."

lea llre not only to nia parents but here this week, and It Is understood aoU, also, to the famlllna who have You haf Inaolted do are : Mileage Trial.
have secured at Ores- opened. their homes,and to the genial Give Us a
bill host bf former friends and they; quarters my und ven you Insolt de army you _
cqualntaneca. rIf sent Inn. Mr. and Mrs. Barker proprietor| of Urove Hall. nsolt de eniperorl"'Oo .- Tickets

have been coming to Crescent City On. Thursday evening the visiting vay from ma, you pinhetedebpintileleck tlleeliv. ritanarr lit PlanS :y.tom,

Mrs. U. H..Harrlit of Ken ton, Ohio, many vears and have a high-plaoe In delegates were given an informal recePtion ... Mlloan lllna.ta will b llJ o.ar IbO ..'- IL| II HI I l II. ----,- _
TOr. and ;Mra. C. M. Boner, of the the esteem of our people. Mr. Bar at the V. I. A. hall by the "You are no cbentlemen followIng lie... >tlantlo toast Line Rlohlnrr Also Pants}

ame place and Mrs. ]). A. Boner, of ker 1Ma wealthy capitalist'of his Cre.oent' City. club. The hall was "I am gIst of it." moail. : and Railway Potomac, Loulavllla RAllrM*, flens' Youths' and Boys' Suit .

K'hlcago, who were fruosts at Drove Maw York home town, and he has eftutlfully decorated for the oocaa- "I see YOllater," .a..I'"I.(mteaplLoulaTll* Hiutol All made I a strong and n ,,

Hall for thrpn weeks terminated planted many dollar' of, bill home sins,, .and was bright with, electric wl pity. Ballrnadi Elatnn aailOutHrl .

heir visit on Thursday4 and left !gains in Crescent) City property Illumination: furnished by the C. H. ""ah '' Railroad* H Uroa) Tlf'nn
lor Port Orange; where they expxot to which we trust will return to him before Pronto" (Jo. There was a large attendance 1"-Cleveland Plain De"Ur. and W_....10Ib..1 e..ln. Ball"-' God Good 8" than we and "
pend a couple of weeks era returning many' years with usury. Up to of town people as well aa .Ph "U'1 u..I.r.: ...Ba!V No on vlll aol cheaper our
towns and -r-,. .llla lUllroa annanlan Shoes are the kind that look well and and wn have a steady trade la'
to their' northern hoin ">, They the; the- t of us, many froiuttelgtmbq lng' - - -- -- >.mainiHl. IraraUoii. Hooka ara sold l
prelHlUfIUnu'LJlke ihaeoDntryv. ;; ,Thosa who were privileged that line, anil jou can always clupeod on tha very lowest priees.We Invlto JO'Vtu' I
corned well pI ("nteU: wltb Crescent he get.ordinaryaimpigillterest at Cii I e"mpoe Itrfcar oftloaa. B.w. WaaiMv Paa.
'Ity and left under promise of returning ills grove: property [ | to attend pronounce It one of flEADINGSi lancer TruinG MaaacaVrFc .com and sate us. No good misrepresented or .borUIr,given to,cnstomtWa.r; r to!

at acme future time a northwest the olty, Is In an advanced the roost successful and brilliant BIBLE, 10v ''
promoft a "'a Hnnay ouraa .mba oonebaauaol ,
which all who met them trust state of cultivation ..nd ,had r aeptloni<, ever given la CrescentCJt.t t 4_.._..o"l. "...7-..". 1 by: aitock ad 1'i Ta.'IPp It kwl.uaui I CO : .'holShoe 1 '

1 be carried! out. -. fair crop this. winter. M wnu the mask enJ'yable.; -'_.. N.W .. ( >(a> Lonaila'.drtif ator i : ..

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; : '; Death of Mr. AV. C. Snow. The Turpentine Operators. ]\p eutU Falllna Timbers. If It's, Shoes, Martin Griffin & Uo.
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LI;; jj coN1Ithg1'8AlllliER8[ :Mr. W C. Snnw, the well-known The regular monthly meeting of The old'Caftiolio church which Is I We are showing a line of men1

furniture' dealer nnd undortakt-r of naval stores men belonging to this : $850 roods. that have style, finish. 1882-1902.
'r,. this city, died at Ills home on Front subdtstrlrt 'vrganlaatlon, held tl\elr being demolished fell In with a crash 'and wearing qualities. They are I

; Jlonot'rn..ec'$ .r U..lr Fntlicr'M'and ft reet .shortly after midnight) Tuesday monthly meeting at the court house at early hour this morning. A white beauties gee our window display.

Want lllxlory.. tu lo of paralyslH. Mr. !Hnow: had. on Wednesilay morning. There man' FKARNHIDK & Co. Cor. 31-om.on.: : exzxd. TXTsater: Stet.
: he"llln poor health for over a year were 11 operators present. named Jones and a negro were

:: the Manic. nit did not give up until about ten The object of the organization is. burled. beneath falling timbers. WHOLESALE AND.RETAIL DEALERS IN

Not all the lacll. .w ..who were dele lays. ago. Since that time his de- primarily to reduce production, and For Spring Millinery.

,, fraireu In attendance uiioti tliu Slat llne him. been. rapid despite the ef- thins create a demand for spirits Both men received serious If not :Miss Anna Leildy, the young lady Sash. Djors Blinds, Point Oils, Lead! Plows, Plow Futures, Cultivators,

:.,.' w Convention of tin- t'nll..1.ulht.) ...... forts of his. pliyHk'iiin., He Buttered which will force Ur.'the price. 'l'he fatal. Injuries. Jones.." leg I III broken! who does. the trimming ai. Miss Iron. Steel, Barbed. Wire Smooth Wlro, Seeders Hoes, Bakes Scythes
'., of the Confederacy lant week w..rfl In 'a slight, stroke of paralysis. last week men at this .. a brood Lucas' millinery parlors, nan gone to Wire Netting. Staples, Tin ttooDng. Corrugated -Drills ,

'4 reality daughters. of th.) lu-rona. who t to be followed by three subsequent grin mid seemed happy> Turpentine> and hi.* head. crushed. He Is 'being: New York to make purchases. .. of 1too ntr. Tarred. Hoofing reaper the"JPotato. Forksr Shovels, Spade.

., fought under the {Stars\ luid Ham of ittauka of the .samn. nature, since the spirits have lately!' been (showing a uken: to lime hospital and In in a critIcal spring fcoods. Miss. Leddy will return tooling[ Nails Sewer Pipe, Well CurbIng -

(:;: the Ouiifedxrncy.' Any one looking ant of which ho hits. been uncon- marked advance. and members. of condition. The had both by the 1st of March. Chimney flue. Pick AX8. Saws, negro .
in on the convention could lee that scious. After remaining in a comatoso the organization. believe this. advance Cartridges. 8hella.JPowd, Wads Caps

.,}i some of them were.wKlows and that condition *for upwards of 48 la due in great:' measure to the legs broken. ? S .. Primers, Shot, Saw. Handle" Axe Handles Packing Files, Pumps, Babbit Metal,

4 t they were contemporaneous with the hours death clime peacefully.. organization; which Is general At this. hour the full extent of in. Dr. O. W. Keel, the dentist of Bake Hand IDS, Hoe Handles,

men And events of theme .stirring Short funeral serviqes will be held throughout the southern xtates.. It Jury| of the men has not been deter Kansas City, Mo., will remain In the Hammer Handles, File Handles. Stoves Plumbago Woodonware, Tinware, Oraa.Iteware..Lanteros .
vt St. Marks church on Friday l is more like a labor unlou than a 10 and can ladders. Cash
tImes Like the veterans theuiKelves city un Monday Fob Stove. Furnishings, Step
c' mined but serious are and Burners.
when the will be?taken to liratlebtiro it combines of the consequences .
1 the ranks of these noble women are body trust, yet some bo found' at the Graham. Drawers.
) ,,; I fast. being thinned by the grim reaper Vt., for Interment, accompanied more valuable features. of each. ; any. feared. .
: and only when they are all gone. by Mr. J. 1). .}<'Jower.... Mrs way (he.members believe. It ,1 lit helpful They wore rescued by the crowd at Beraember we carry
q -now( will)Iliot be .able to make the to their business.. : WANTED-Sewinn by the day
r '' e, will It b. truly the daughter. who quickly gathered.The Satisfaction guaran Celebrated O. K. Stoves and Ranges.IN .
_, regular prices. The
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IJfk. carryon
Mra. M.\ Borrell at
f Charles. Snow born In New of 1'lorldu.Very teed. Apply B. ,
Wesley was lUshop
t 4. Many of these elderly ladles are annul business meeting of the
8 K. Bond'
I : living In the past. They love to recount Manchester N. H", 68 years ago. He _KeVt W. J. Kenny-of Jack- First Baptist church was held at the Mrs. OUR STEAM FITTING DEPARTMENT

the deeds. of unbuild. father jaine to Palatka in 1KOK and has re sonville has been appointed( bishop church house on Tuesday evening.At FOB RENT-At Welaka, a pleasant -
J and brother. Moit ot them are forgetful tided In or neir! the city since thai of the Koinan Catholic diocese of ht. the conclusion of the meeting all five-room cottage with kitchen WE CABBY A FULL LINE OF
'. of .self; of the part they plnyei time. He was. appointed postmaster Augustine to succeed the late Bishop repaired to the parsonage and Indulged and dining room. Apply box 83,

in the awful struggle; but that Is the 40011 after his arrival, and, at a time Moore. Father Kenny Is. well-know in a social time with the pastor Welaka, Fla. tf :Eipe: Fitt1ngs, Guagss,
when the business. of the oltlct
: unHelflHhneHs of noble womanhood and Ife. Coffee anti cake
: in Palatka having at one time been w was served -
y-- ,. .When veteran soldiers get together imounted to little. He combined tortent. in charge of Kt. Monica's mission FOR SALE:-Flnent gold and silver =.. "V""ss" EtOWe -
the story la. what We did; that fa a with this. office. ail express agency. in this city. His. friends here fish only 25 cent each. Seedling
of selfishness. of He served four years as county clerk The Misses Carrie Hodges and trees from large and Steam
..part the bun.y ire rejoiced at his elevation to the Edith Frl/nelle of Satsuma pecan grown pecans make a specialty of Sanitary Plumbing Fitting.
FatrlotlKta springs from the home from 1874:! to 1877:! Inclusive, and upon tights, To cents each. Address WAI.TKKTHOMAS.

,." ..i4..''l .'TfMen:; will fight for home, but "whnt retirement from that olllca was ago. n.ppolnt..d alslioprlc.Bishop Kenny was born October 9, and May Hutchlnson, of Crescent : feb 6-2b -
down from Satsurna
lie served City came on -
L lit home without a mother," a wife, postmaster. 18'4 In New York state and studied B. MERRILL
Saturday. to attend the Stetson, University GEO. E. ,
/ worth the total 1 of 14 yearn. as postmaster InPalatka. A. E. WILSON;
;, a deter? Cit Isn't name
i ,. : atone it :Ht.: Jionaventure's College, Glee Club Concert. The1idles -_ Vioa PBMIDBNT. GABBIBB,
: let fighting for. lie FBniDKNT.
which he was graduated wan
the During the 1''Ht'' 18 years he haF were accompanied by Mr. Edgar "
The Daughters of Confederacyis
ordained cm January l// 1879,by Bishop -
UeWltt of
Satsuma to.
been in the Heigh '
: an organisation of women to per engaged undertaking Moore In the cathedral :St.: Augustine New Line of THE NationalBank
t' petuata, the memory of the Jonf..I-. bimlness, during;the past.six of which and appointed as pastor ol Mr. and Mom.. li'" J'.Fearnslde entertained Putnam
rate dead ; to gee that. history .dtalH he hRH combined the furniture buwlIIPHH. the Church of the Immaculate Conception Mrs. W. L. Parm.more ol Spring
justly by them ; ta-Hoe that their his ]>Iace of trade/ being the & Madison. lastVeek. Mrs.: Parramore
i 4- Jacksonville, June, llon!! Shirt Waists Of aJ.a.tlsa-: .
'' .. graven.. are marked and to watch tore on Lemon street formerly occupied ,he death of Father Dufau, assuming Is second vice-president of the state ;

.. over them. The incentive to the or- by the late H. L. Lllontlial. charge on August 15 of the slime daughters of the confederacy and Also!:
1 wax love and Its work inu Mr. Know wits n quiet, unaHsuminguid her husband Is a prominent mer- and tender all
ganizntion tear, which position he has continuously Full Assortment We solicit the accounts of the. people throughout Putnam County.
:A ;' labor of love. kindly disposed euntleman, occupied"" since then. chant of Madison, which place was
The legislature, through! the 1mportunltleH "held the esteem. of nil citizens, and n Prior to thin and a few days after selected for the annual convention Summer:! the courtesies and accommodations consistent with good Backing.30TH .

4 of this. organization\ hliK continuous reMI" llce of 88 years gave. ordination he was .sent there to HI slat In 190U and Swiss .-
I2.5UU to assixtIn'erecting him !close tdeiitlut-ntlou, with the Palatka Hamburg
appropriated (' in
Father Dufau who was then
4 of the He Capr. J. D. Points. jr., at a recent BUSINESS.
past generation. Embroideries and YEAR OF PROSPEROUS
a monument to the soldiersli I charge of the parish of the Church ,
examination of officers for the Florida -
leaves. a wife Ills. only survivor to
under Colquitt at OlusteeVia.
fought of the Immaculate l'onceptlon. La-
:' whom the sympathy. of the whole state troops at Orlando, made an Hosiery
.... .n ter lie wall sent to Ptdatka. in chargeof average of 8ft:! per cent. on tactics & STEWART
!community Is given. ACKERMAN
t The organization Is building 1\\ where lie. worked with
a mission
; ) The rating Is. much higher than the [
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; :,' Florida at Winchester, \ great eal for the upbuilding of his His. commission ban been ,
... has. the money ready for Its com Fanners Institute for 1'ulutka church. After the death of Father average.1 issued. as captain of company D. LtucasJDR.

.o ', pletlon.' There will be a meeting of gentlemen ; Dufau, Father Kenny was appointed lat batallion, second regiment, to Wholesale and Retail *
of Druggists.
It Is the con
)' ih'. ; asking privilege for and interested In holding a Farmers U> succeed him, as! stated. which he had been elected by his. *
0 gross to be allowed to care He wan made vlcnr-general, and at S
Institute In this
at the Arlington
mark the of southern soldier this title -
iJ graves the decease of Bishop Moore .
burled in the north. Hotel next 'J'U"M 1 'R' fell away Father Kenny rusE E
fJ It Is. bestowing( crosses,, of honor 1 :! ). !Mr.\ It. N Hnidtof Huntington. administrator of the diocese, the county school board was In town : ::= Fresh Garden Seed
01 .
4. all living Florida veterans. Al recently appointed superintendent< Tuesday in attendance the Will be at his office in CRESCENT LOT J'lanlJnCo
.1 upon the Institute for Putnam will Having been nppolnted by Bishop upon Rend In your,urthr.
't thin to nothing of the work ul county of Charleston. Father monthly meeting of the board. Mr.
say Northrop and Saturday
be and will the object CITY on Thursdays, Fridays
present explain !
local\ at home in building beloved L. K. Tucker of Irultland, also a
chapters .
of the Institute. Mr. Boot. W Kenny Is not only dearly by I3STT3TJ: : COUGH CURE
soldier' member of the board also here. of each week.
monuments and caring for his parishioners, but also throughoutthe was '*
: Kville: of this place! requests us. to Invite 2! cents per bottle. Guaranteed by
'u: graves. all cltlzen..al1lt. farmers who state. He also served. faithfully They are pleasant and Intelligent -
Palatka. Is glad these noble Indie. ( are member of the gentleiren, and well qualified to look
interested In the movement to come .md with ability as a Office on Central Avenue. ACKERMAN STEWART. DRUGGISTS.Headquarters '
: held their convention here. It wm! jommittee of fifteen, composing the after the. Important interests committed -
out and take hand in the
2 an honor to the city. ments. arrange Mtecutive committee of the Jacksonville to their charge.; -- -

: ;. The convention closed on Friday These Institute are being held In Relief Association.. He was the Beginning next Sunday, February We Make FineCoc.feoti.cc.s for
elected for the .
when otllcers/ were ot. information
of bureau
chairman the
the various. counties of the state under Oth, the hours of service at St. James
: .- ensuing year. They are as follows: of that body and a member of: '
the direction of Prof. H. KStockbrldife Methodist Episcopal church South,
.' for life Mm. : :
Honorary president of the Agricultural College. the special emergency committee, will be morning at 11 o'clock; even- FINE LIQUORS
Patton And"rson, Palatka; rei- the upon which devolved the investigation ing at 7:10.::!<> The mid-week service -
JackH'l- Speakers are supplied by who Eatsit
dent, Mrs.. R. C.} C'ooley, of destitute cades. and recommending will at night.A And everyone ,
college free of cost to) the counties begin Wednesday:
vllle; lilt vice-president, LykrnTampa special appropriations for
cordial invitation Is extended all
W and all local expenses up to $15 are wants more.
2nd vice-president, Mrs.
; of fund relief. without other attend the Famous Green River
foi engagements
paid out a "Htate' sot apart S Such as
L. Parramore, lIf H lIMon; record I
; this S -- any and all of these .services. A Our Chocolates and Bon Dons
.1 secretary, Mrs. 11. H. MtCrearv, All furpolle. of Palatkn need do hearty welcome I is promised all who Bye a Whiskey Without a head

4 .,, Gainesville; corresponding secretary, Is. to say. they want the meeting and aud may attend. are always Fresh and :pure.
= fiapp; nlua$
; :Miss Sallle Holmes, Jacksonvlll; then appoint a local' committee to go City ache, Golden Wedding, Jed Clayton.
Mrs. 67
Miss Anna LeBarron Maggie Long aged ,
treasurer years
itf ",r' v/' Pensacola. ; Mrs. 8.:: J. ahead and make the needed arrange $ Personal mention. $ died Thursday Jan. DOtii of remittent Ice Crean Ice Cream Sodaand Lord Baltimore Rye, Paul Jones Private -
historian ments. Two institutes have already I
SlS ,. Hllburn, Palatka; HH| fever at the honte of Mrs. G. W. Pat
-- Caroline Erevard'Tallahmuemee.The been held in the county one at, Crescent .""' ten on South Seventh street. The other _Stock, &c.
convention City In ItiOU and one at Pomona funeral services held from time
date of the annual In were
Stewart Sunday
M. W. spent
: wan changed from the last Wednw In and IIHH.)proved They Interesting were largely and: profitable attended the city.T. Methodist. church at o'clock Friday. 5' Hot and Cold Drinks Go to West End Saloon
day In January to the first Wednesday afternoon Rev. K. L.> Honlker oflllclatlng.
,. in May, beginning with May! to the farmers who/ were present. B. Andorson was' In the city Interment In Oak' Hill ceme. FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.The ,
,- will be held !Mr. Braclt feels that' the proper placefor over Sunday.Mr. The funeral' arrangements '
: i9o$ The next meeting tery.
4 -. in Madison. the Institute. this. year U Palatka, and Mrs. Wm. Cato have gone were In charge of 1''. A. Gerber &" Children are welcome; they always J. W. Hagan.pLA'N1"
and he interest
The state organization. numbers hopes arouse an to Jacksonville. Sons. seem to enjoy It.. .
which will result hi bringing together -
i of 15 65U chapters with a total membership the progressive; .. farmers. of the Lent begins Wednesday.. Do Rev. Wm. Stones says! The Fine Cigars and Tobaccos.
women. First church has. made arrangements -
in this at Baptist
u coiinfy city an early day.
5 dancing
the visit of the delegate your
During I.utrall Interested InJ the matter attend with Rev A. J. Reamy, L. A. SMITH.
> '
W they were the guests. of the 1'ntton the preliminary meeting to bi Andrew Shelley spent Sunday Ins pastor of the White. Springs, Fla.,

.K ? ., .. Anderson chapter of this city. There held. <1 at the .Arlington; hotel next with friends In St. Augustine. Baptist church to commence series

t : Jf ftP* were about BO delegates; present. On Tuesday morning: John Pewall was In the city on of revival services In this church on SYSTEM.Tne
Thursday. the ladies were given n .
p...p Tuesday.. He's still n harpln.. !Monday evening February 17, IWia.
ride the river the steamer Lnlleve -
; on Mr. Iteainy. lias a fine reputation for
.. having' been Rniclously; tendered A Case of JDctttltutlou./! Miss Viva Ackerman is visiting evangellstlo work and comes highly K. C. Corsets

'. \ .. them by the owner, Mr. John (Q Mrs. William Urlflln/ who lives. In Miss. Helen McArthur in Gaines recommended, and we. have. no In he Great Through Car Line From Florida.
Cnpt. Henry Y. Snow "\
t1' Tllizhman. a small house near. the old J. T. & K. ville. doubt he will hold successful neetings -
,' i: : i( and Major Holmes. Erwin' had charge W. shops, Is reported to be iu destitute / New artificial stone ban been laid- In Palatka. Everybody Is. invited AMERICAN BEAUTIES CONKKCTIpITS' :
of the On Thursday evening
: party. circunistanciH and sick. lmlrs.Orilinw Fearnslde & Co's. to prepare themselves to attend -
given reception at the In front of F. J. Wo hew;, THE ATLAIITIO COAST LiftS via Charleston Blohmond
they a
,, were ( husband. died little S and be benefltted by them. i and
;. I.. J home of Mrs. Gen. Patton Anderson. a over a .store. a. thorn in .u! l F Washington.
About 100< ) Invitations were inRiiod year ngo. At that tlmo she was living Miss F.theIIOrby, of Auburn, N. Mr. J. ClllToid Brown, for sometime a "trl. and TO East}r THB BouTHwm BAILVTAT via Savannah, Columbia, and Waiting
; ,, In the country. 'She moved to member of the Palatka 1HE
1. e and the reception was a brilliant social V., Is visiting her cousin, Miss Elsie past a .hap. to fitovorjrfi ton.
Palatka in the of
function. On Friday evening hope getting em- police force has tendered his resig- "",re.
fc ., the society people gave II ployment. She receives! aid from Kirby. nation to the council, and has accepted and ovory Via ALL BAu. S*

f,_ &yl *fflf grand young ball in honor of the visiting. the county to the amount of $5 per Mrs. C/ I. Phillips has been, appointed position with the Monkridge corset I I. old Southern B'y via Jesup Atlanta and Chattanooga

h f' vcmi'1 delegates; at the armory, which. during month, but much of,this. goes for postmistress.. at Orange Mills Manufacturing Co. In the retirement S under thl. TO WestEast tTh"Loulevlll ft Nashville Montgomery.
t't '
w V W'i.ffii: the sessions had been bi-autlful- rent. The widow has six little children this county. of Mr. Brown the city has lost. S S .snot liberal THE }I Southern IVy via Savannah, Columbia and Aahevllloj

'4 k ly decorated with the. Confederate and all of them are at present A. (I. David of Jacksonville Is In one of its most valuable and fearless. Warrantfundod -. J The. Mobile. & Ohio B B. via Montgomery.

., -L colors and evergreens, together with nourishment ill and suffering tumid for lack of proper the city on a visit to his parents, Mr. officers whose place will he hard to S "Mon.r." .- Via Savannah and Ooean Steamship Company for New York
4 warm clothing. his enforcement of the city's
pictures of many leaders in the Con In. and Mra. N. O. Davis. fill. *tft..r Philadelphia and Boston, via N'Mlt for N. Y. Wash and Bait.
The mother too ill to do much. ordinances be has. won an enviable TO
four ...h. }
1 federacy.Gon. .. ... Some-little help In food has recently The regular meeting of the city reputation and ourcltl/ens. generally TUB r Via Savannah and Merchants &: Miner -Transportation Company

be.en given them liy the city,we are council on Tuesday evening developed regret that he severed. his connection trial If corset t. J for Baltimore._-

Patton Allder"oll. Informed by Ulllef of Police 1 la no new business. with the department. _1..tier.oIOry.Looh VIA STBAUSBIP.U

'JrV. The News has been asked the queHtlon gan. But the amount-four dollars- 1 8 Mall Steamship of the Peninsular A: Occidental Steam-
"Who was Oen. Patton Anderson will not last long. Perhaps some one A. L. Lewis, general; passenger The children's Cakewalk, which far title ..t To Key Vest t hip Co. Port Tampa to Key West A: Havaoah In aonneot'n with
St.! Petersburg Steamboat will be the feature of the regular Trade Merit
agent of the : on
?" to w horn this appeal conies can be of AND }\ The Plant System.
: Co. Is in the city today. monthly entertainment of the Wo Inside of ..0,5.5and
service to thin woman and her little ,
. First of all Patton Anderson was a man's fortnightly Club, will take on box. Emm I ITO Three Ship.I Every Week Leave Port Tampa T a m.
: soldier In the Mexican war. At the ones. Helpfulness does not always Walter Bobbins of Jacksonville attended place at the armory on Monday Mondays Thursday. and. Saturday.
of the war between the consist of cash offerings. A kind the ball In honor of the
io : opening evening February 10. This will be KALAMAZOO NOVA ... \ Via Boston and (Canada Atlaotlo and Plant. Steamship Line for
word of In the 'OT..A
S? W1 states he wiw elected to the first Coniu encouragement struggle daughters of the confederacy last the last social occasion in the city OA p. imitaTes. a.. fPRIVCK

'" tKM.Bak... federate congress at Montgomery a lift toward Independence by Friday night. of a beneficiary nature before Lent CORSET CO. BUWAKD** f Halllax Hawketbury and CbarltKt towo.
: tender of often do
the employment>
p* After the inauguration of Jellt-ison The Dramatic Company .and a good attendance IK expected.The Solo M.her.
; Davis he resigned his seat In conic- more than money. Spooner management desires to raise. WINTER TOURIST TICKETS will/ be on sale throughout the NORTHERN
house Monday
4 ,44. p ,, .' race and returned to his huine In The News knows nothing of the will appear at the opera are wellknownhere. enough money to finish out an even .Sit .1. in .00. Mieh. EASTERN, WESTERN and SOUTHERN STATES, to all Florida Resorts. via
lo'eh. 10.
: 4i ; __ Afontlcpllo, Kla., where! he organized. circumstance) other than has been Popular They prices. hundred dollars. $76 now being In the : Hlant System du'lug tbe season ItfOl-ltfOH limited to return until May $!, with,
; Jefferson Ouards becoming Its reported by Chief ilagan In Florida. ADDRESSES!
the treasury. Refreshment In abundance FOR SALE BY liberal atop-over privileges OF PARTIES IN TBB
,-.. captain. Later, at Pensacola. 1 he WitHpromote" ..iLibrary .. Mr. I. I.. Klwood': arrived here with yes- will be served'at a moderate THE 8. E. BOND COMPANY. NORTH sent to the undersigned will be liberally supplied with all Information.

?,,,- .? .u1 K. u r to the colonelcy of the Kiitertiiluineiit. terday. Today he will start a price. Admission 10 cents. and advertising matter. .

/W s *- fV 'lrst Florida Infantry. He wits 1 The large audience!' present at the party days of on friends his new. on yacht a cruise Doozle.of several Mr. and :Mrs. Jas. G. Macpherson 5. For Information as to Rates, Sleeping Car Reservation eta, call on or.writ toF.
commUsloned brigadier general at M. Division
a Armory last. Monday evening at the I and children and Ch.... A. Rust, of .. JOLLY. Passenger Agent
Corinth Misa., and in 1WW! wax. pro- of Gainesville ON THE BEACH. 138 West Street. Astor Block, Jacksonville.
Miss Helen MeArthur Bay Fla.
and D. W.
Mich. Mr.
muslcale under the ol Saginaw, ....
given auspices O Ocean House .
.. s aoppomult. "'""or'd. '
noted to the rank of major geneinljje the Woman's Foi'(nightly Club for came here last Saturday:!. for the Rust child and nurse, or Detroit, ( .. Dayton.. .) W. B. DENHAU.: B. W. WREN}!.

,.y participated In many battles mid the benefit of the. Public Library Is purpose. of attending the concert of and Mr. Geo. N. Chandler of Cleveland .- Open all Lb.year. flat..pLea", totZflO per day. S Gen Superlut..nd nt. Pass. Trafo. Mgr.

t' was severely wounded. At the close. evidence that the [people of this city the Stetson:! University GlnejUlub.The ,! are at the Saratoga hoteL The CHAS. KUPPERBUSCH Prop'r. Savannah. Ga. Bavaaaah. Oft
of the. war he moved to MemphlH, ,
are very well natlstled. with their local military company Is gentlemen in the party are among
Tenn. where he died from the elrecta
I/ home talent. Could traveling troops the directorate and stockholders of
preparing for a swell Easter hop,
hU wounds In 1872.
: I. 0|HIs widow returned to Florida IEyears of professionals secure such -a large\ arrangements for the event having the Wilson Cypress Company of this
: :4L : \ and during most of that and enthusiastic. audience here, It been made at a meeting! Tuesday city,and are here to attend the meet-
ago would swell, the. management head Ing of the .stockholders of the company -
this Tl.
has resided city.
time In demand for Increase held yesterday. Mr. Peter.
and result a an ,

t local named chapter in honor of United of Oen.1 Daughters AnilerHon U members.Ihere of. salary. vn the part of th, Fortnightly Second lecture Club series of the. at Woman's the club Corcoran home Is ac, also Saginaw a stockholder here the whose guest ._. ._ :;;ppp._._::;; :;;PPr.17'. '_ ::;;:;;i'i'61i :;;JI'P;

and the meeting of the state duughters tomorrow night. Topic "Be f'
parlors Wilson.
.-- were twelve numbers on theprogram of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. ,

;: ', : 'ers last to week his. widow paid a by graceful electing compliment tier .anhonorary and each was a gem In It- ginning of the Drama," by Prof. The Stetson University Glee Club \ It May be this Will Interest You.

of the numbers. Bro.wus..
_ for lift) of the self. Most were enthusiastically Concert at the opera house last Saturday A
'- United Daughters of Florida. encored and gracefully I- A drunken white man fell Into the evening was worth what It .

... ... responded. to; the following Is the river from Cant Adams' wharf the cost Individuals several time. over. i. OiTb: ONE has. said that "self praise I I. half scandal" but we are no soaodalmongfll'1l 1
program i iI other day. Hi. life was spared for but we are afraid there were not A' V .
$; /Hale:! of Lemon Street I'ropertj. I.I Piano Duet"LiiHtaiMitl Overture"by Boln., vet another jamboree by a dockhand enougli; Individuals. present to make when we point with pardonable pride. to our new ao>l well-equipped S

: Mr.. A. E. Wilson of the 'wilnon t. Vool Holo. -"Daylight MlwMjii I.Prlf WuiilllK"n.and L>litl.>by. who fished him out. the concert P profitable venture for ; ) > 2 -do:
Cypress Company has. purchased! the!' Mlluloltl' ..... ..... ..,...Mi... Powell Those. who attended the Comedy the club. Mrs. Trueblood proved / \ .
lot and building on Lemon street at' .I. Plum> solo- KiMtle ,iof bpr''nl(." by herself a dramatic reader of clear, la blowing our own born we want the blast to reach the .
S. hrlHtlun Hlndltiff....... Hm.. HUnoni. company's performance at tbe opera well modulated voice and artistic/ people. for the people boy
: present occupied by Leo Jacobson's Mlmiotta Urlll.' by la thllilran: :: under. lb.dlr.ctmon house on Friday night are"of the conception. The flee Club was excellent. GrocerIes; that we keep them and the right sort one need but to look Into*our new store In '
of VIHM Inntolle Joiiftn.A. AA
goods store and Joseph Messmer's "bum" affair. "
dry .. opinion that it was a the Graham House Block. AA
barber The lot has. a .. Vwal Solo' with I lollit' ohllKiito) [>- Miss :lIable Webb possessesa

frontage of 80:; shop.feet. The consideration *>' py am 1 1:1.: \;:;:: Htmlenkl, Sir Uwuetl and The company did not make expenses. magnificent soprano, and her:' two! AA t It ha been. our endeavor to forge ahead of the time and gain every fair tdvantage to .

is not stated. Mr: Wilstju IIIM '. RaIl..lInmi-TRe monler ...m. from Mm.Burnett The Misses. Jean and Elsie Elwood numbers were vociferously encored. ,' meet legitimate competition. Our store 1 la Clertalnt)'. In so far a. oompleteue*of stock* A
toryIjidy ol quality," toy The duets of Mr. Leo K. Benedict,
_'l: also. purchased the lot at the southwest ( .. are spending; the week here the concerned. In roomlnea and appointment the .
; ., MI K I lx II* JunenT. flosenberg.The violinist, and !Mr. Edwin D. Benedict es.I.y finest In Florida. A
and Peek ... Miss Estan
of Lemon of
corner Violin Solo J'Miuurka No.a, by Demutb guest
street. -the old bakery property. i ItrookH young ladles expect to visit all flutist, were really magnificent.. if' The eye nan easily detect the.,, thing. But we don't want you to stand on the outside '
_ ",. Piano 1I..lo-.V. de couc'l": by wie.ntoWNkl of here including rhe audience, though not large, wa and be content with merely looking In. Come In and let A.
t Doth pieces were purchased from points. of Interest south u quote you some prices on article.
... ....:....M... Lurwi composed of local music. ,.
Mrs. Emily H. Uraham of Miami. I Cuba, before their return generally of diet. Let u* show you some new Idea la
e. Vm.J < l lTI>"Tulupe, by Imilly: flunkS lovers, and they were delighted with : eating Something, perhaps. :you have not .
_ The down town property has a two Mlitt tven.tla. north. S A! i In I S
thought of. the
Variety ( eating) spine of life and we' have thl. A
entertainment.One variety
10 Duet-8ult No 4f by toldne the .
.tor?frame building, on which there 1"0._ MewImmuias' | : 8il;leii:,, Wllmin.i Mr. J. It\!.Chesser of Holllster. wasa A., l We can pleae you la Tea and Coffee. la Canned
_ leases The --- --- ------ la Fruits In Pickled A
are running for a year. '1.; Pianola' Solo,.. Prof Herbert. Wilson visitor In the city last week. He ,
building was erected by Mr. HalnmUraham The inlnuette drill by the IB little states that be had a royal time InJacksonville -Lsss '.J'han. A% Good, In Breakfast Foods, In Butter, In evel'J'Ualog-nen 10 price. A

year age and was. used a. graceful and at tbe recent grand A: ""'
: people was charmingly -re 'QV"a.:1.t: i.t\\
"f'' a re.taurant"n" hotel. I-aterltva* reflected credit not only upon the lodge of Masons\ to which body I e Sal.f ::5'ri.CS.: 0'U.r: .Ja.d.S.

occupied by R. J. HIlos, a jeweler children but the. teacher.At has been. going annually ulnoe l8ut :: : A. Order by telephone will receive a* careful. attention a. though called In '
_. For the several the" members. :you p ron.Z3tall .
past years present the conclusion of the-program HeM one of the oldest A.

1r' occupants have hail the building. the ladies/ of the club served supper, The case of a Putnam) county negro ..4eated 3 spring wagon new A o-ay ::erothSrS: :
Mr. Wilson has not stated what 'lie .
_ the excellent correa used being n do- with money to cremate was din-\ axle and wheels, ultablfor one person i
proposed doing with the property or nation from Chase A (Sunburn, secured A
covered at the court house,yesterday.Lewis :. X7.1eo.1o a.n.d. :
whether any improvements are con through the local representative of Putnam Hall, had or a I load of 1,400 pound. O-xocexa:
_ 1h li tern plated.4t the Putnam National of the firm, M.......... Uoy brothers. been arrested for carrying concealed Also tool., bolts, aonw,, harrow, sulphur l Pftla.tk.a, FlOrida. -
/ i It Is known Then came the ball which lasted till Judge C'oxo heard tbe S .,
Bank haelang wanted Lemonstreet morning) and which Weapons. .*oap, pray, pump ..ito .
one g. m. (good and a fine of tWO> and &
imposed ,
site, and as Mr. Wilson 'In most of tbe case V'll;' "''''''''''''''''''''''''''"" '''' '' '.. ... ,, ,, ,. L
was fully enjoyed by '
8 president of the bank many are of f [ cost, or an alternate terra in jail.rutaon John Wetherbe, ; ; ..' ;'''''''''''' ;'''''''''
younger society people. down In his clothes and
the opinion that It U his purpose to the 'J'rl ltlud Via
: The entertainment .will neb fished out fill, the total of flue and .

.ft eventually new banking convert office the. property 'Into library about 911>>.00.( I cost which. be m1d. (CT mile wed. of Cr *aent City.) Il


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