The Palatka weekly advertiser
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 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 13, 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: UF00087245:00006
 Related Items
Related Items: Palatka daily advertiser
Succeeded by: Crescent City news (Crescent City, Fla. : 1899)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)

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NEW SERIES VOL. ,X, :)V0. _6. ,' PALATKA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1902. $1. Per Year.

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GOINGS ON IN FMHUUA. Tampa shipped 587 cases'of cigars[ .:,
World's News of the Week.Put last week containing 2,1)15,000) ( clears. 'I'
Lakeland's city! hull l la almost com- Since the beginning[ of the ;year the .\

-ONE-THIRD OFF pleted.[ shipments[ of clgais amo( mb ,to 8,498) .
The tomato crop[ In Dade county cases, nn Increase of 1,110[ ciisas. over
beats all previous[ records. the snore time last/ year ,
up In Small Doses for Those
Five white have been arrestedat
Rain Is falling [In mienyaouth'Florida men
p C'N JLHeavy 'Who Want Their Facts Boiled- points. and it Is needed. Alachua Wade,county.a little for mining[running[ tpwn blind in

--- The truckers of Umatllla have tigers; a wagon load of boons was
planted SCO acres in garden sass.J. captured with them. All'will stand
ClothingWill The great New Orleans Mardi Grow Tim navy department has sent an C J. Ktowers has been trial nt the circuit court. A
Weight appointed
[la now in full swing. estimate[ of JO,000: ) to congress and 1 1it If
is approved[ a supply of oil will[ he postmaster at West Palm Beucli. State Senator II H. ?McCreery has ,',
The cotton otthe 110)102will )
crop year announced Ills Intention to [ 1
again en-
obtained and tested to ascertainwhether The orange shipping season at \
., J' [ reach nearly[ lOHUIIUUO bales. ter the Alachua democratic[
or not It can be used in tho Thouoto sun has come to an end. primary
be the order in this store from 'this date until Prince[ Henry may postpone his[ pines of coal as a fuel for the navy/ The Windsor hotel Jacksonville for the nomination.Ho[ will have .'
visit[ for a short time owing to the opposition In the person of Christopher ,
Robbers blew the safe of the bunk/ was opened to the public yesteiday Matheson, a lawyer.
: serious Illness of the young
Bon "
further notice.
at Clarksville[ Ark., last week with Gainesville[ people think their Alexander HAWS[ has brought suit "
Rev. Madison C. Peters of New dynamite secured a sum of money chances for $:KOUO() damages against the Tampa
York, him accepted a call to I ininanuel estimated at ffl.JMI<> killed John Pow- ire good a public building Electric[ company./ He claims to

Baptist tabernacle. Balti- ers, sheriff[ of the county, who attempted have sustained[ personal damages
We are going to unload our winter clothing, and more. to capture them, and[ esoape The Florida[ long staple cotton owing to the carelessness of employesof
l before the clti/.ena were aware growers association [la In session[ at time which have renderedhim
Two members of the Ninth[ cavalry
company .
to do this we have made the above slash. It's a bona ,a negro regiment In the Philip- their presence. Alachua helpless for life. -

pines, have been hanged for letter Miss Irma Hlodsoe Deaha Harman Nine miles of the Air[ Line[ road Three men'are' [In the jug at Punta
fide cut so big as to make: it an inducement for any lion to the enemy. the youngest daughter of the late between Citra and Ocala has been Gonht for the illicit sale of whisky.One 'I .
Col. Dledsoe de Jlarman, of Kentucky completed. t Is white man and two are negroes hi'
Lillian Nordica[ line canceled her
prudent ,man 'to" buy clothing for next winter thougltitegins and the Ht. Hon. Robert Wal- Bonfires but then when [It comes to violation -
engagements for a time owing to ter Flndlater[ Ogllvle.[ lord of Banff, were built [In orange of law the .color line la not
if he would have of effects of Injuries[ sustained In a railroad and heir to the earldom of Flndlatt groves at Ormond last week to keep rigidly[ [ drawn. Neither. [Is It [In the
plenty wreck out Jack Frost
to as in .
: now / Georgia.A [In Scotland, were married[ in WashIngton penitentiary[ ,whither they will all go. "
permit hRs been [Issued for the [ last week. Dr. O. Clute, formerly president[ Tho state convention of county ,
" opportunity to wear' it this season. terminal station of the Lake Shore Senator Hoar has presented a petition of the state Agricultural[ College, Is school superintendents[ session[

and Rock Island railroads In Chicago signed[ by a number of distinguished [ dead In California. nt Green Cove !Springs.[ Prof. J. D.
A part of our spring purchases will be shipped this week. A car load of it at a cost of $2OOOMX( citizens praying for the suspension A paper company with $fiOOOO cap Cottingham of tills county: addressed ?

will be herein a short time. We must have Room for it : hence the unprecedented Lord Kitchener had DeWet the of hcstlliUea In the Philippine .[itallias. been incorporated[ at Penaa- the convention this[ morning on .
Boer leader. In trap again[ last week Inlands, and asking that nn cola[ to make paper. TiiRchtirs examinations-what reasons ;
I cut in prices on Winter clothing. but when the trap was sprung the opportunity be given[ for a discussionof [ [ suggest a change from the pres-
Thousands of quarts of strawberries '
the .situation between the ent system. '
wily Boer had escaped. government .1 I
tLnd the Filipino leaders. [ are leaving[ Lakeland dally for( It [Is stated that the damage done
SHoes foi- Men and Boys.We The great Paterson N. J. fire of ]last the northern market. ,
by catamounts in razorback
Sunday cost hut two lives. There A tract of timber land conaluuing500tao catching t
The infant son of Mr..1. L. Itolllngsworth hogs and an occasional hen ia
have laid in a stock of Shoes for, men and boys that cannot be matched were cared 88 for Injured at the hospitals.and [they are being of Chihuahua( acres and Mex.situated, has in been the stati sold of Burtow l Is dead from offset by the benefit they do [In catch-

Price. Let show Shoes. to the Development[ Company of burns received three week ago. rabbit[ They live principally on
our up-to-date
Style Durability us you
[ nfc
rabbits. A Fort
Hon. Charles Parker, first man Ogden
mayorof San
America[ by H C. Smith, of The gin[ of II. F. Dutton & Co.,
Meriden C'onn., and one of the Francisco[ and J. II. Davis of WiscoiiKln. Gainesville,' has ginned 2,110 balesof recommends that wild[ cats be pro
& Co. Pai leading manufacturers of Connecticut One million[ dollars In gold long staple cotton since last Sep- tected by law.
E Fearnside :: a"tka: Is dead, aged 93 yeara. was paid[ for the land. tember. W.L. Douglass of Brockton] Mass.,
: la[ at Ormond. Almost ,,every man
The annual] of the
report depart. The charred remains of A. T. Vail M. Jules Cambon, ambassador to
he meets advances on him[ ua an old
ment of buildings[ Just given out, a pioneer rancher, were found In the the United States from Fiance Is friend, but he finds[ out his mistake[
--- shows the cost of building operations ruins of his[ house at Aravapa[ basking[ In the sunshine of Palm later. He just knows him from hisplcture1
In New York in 1901 150-
city was
Arl/.ona.[ The supposition Is Beach.
for Douglass Is the shoe man
072,067. that the house was burned down by vertiRes. and next to Lydia[
Out Sale Bustle lias a new Ice factory and
Clearing: Ira M. Collins, of Hnckensack N. Apache Indiana[account who of are the much dissatisfied [ the people regard [It as a great blessing Plnkham[ baa the best known face
on 4
J., has been accidentally drownedn govern- for which they will 60 cents on earth. ,
I [ the Philippines[ [ where he had ment cutting off their ratlous. a hundred. pay Sponging[ vessels which sailed

!Jv- gone as a teacher In the government Advices from Nome state that two from Key West recently dealing[ for
employ.A girls[ connected with a dance hall The county commissioners of Volu- ban Juan, Porto Rico have returned

To make'room for our Spring Stock we offer the following dispatch from Canton, China, committed suicide[ by taking carbolic ''I ala to run county from have Smith ordered creek open to the a road Atlantic and have been allowed by the custom -
announces that the Berlin Missionary acid. They were known as the Carlisle house to land and sell their "
lots of Shoes at Reduced .Prices.e Society's buildings: at Fnven, sisters.[ Fears are entertainedthat [ [ ocean. sponges Complaints[ have been
have been burned by an antt-Chrls-[ United States. Mall Carrier Jacob M. J. Dooner's store at San Anto- made by the Bahami authorities[ ,

2 Lots Men's $3.50 Shoes for . . . . $2.50: lan mob. The missionaries[ escaped. Wnldron who left on the first of nio has been, entered by burglars,and claiming[ [ that the sponge was. taken
the month for I ak'. Point, may be a considerable' quantity of goods[ taken from English territory.
2 aa: 4tt 3.00. . a . :2.25: President and Mrs. Roosevelt have therefrom. still for'oil at Pen- 1
They are boring (
been at Oroton, Mans., the past few lost.A
3 sa 2.50 . . .... . :2.00 days at the bedside of their son, list of gifts and bequest for public Howard O. Jones., a pioneer fruit sacolu. Atone well near the navy tp

r' 4 a' Ladles 2.50 Oxfords" .". . . . :2.00 Theodore. Jr., a pupil at the Groton uses made in the United States grower of Lake Weir, but since the of yard salt nt a water distance of entered ISiX feet, a which vein, '
school and who Is 111 with during the year 1U01 shows the enor- big freeze a commercial traveler, Is was
i I i* .u 2.00 . . . . 1.50 [ pneumonia. mous total of $107,800,000 far outdoing 1 dead at Ocala.A flowed from the top of the pipe with,

pairs as as . . . . 1.00 [ nil previous records. Of this total great force. The expert In, charge
300 1.50
In a caucus to conelderalleged disfranchisement [ Mr. Carnegie[ gave colleges and flowing[ well has been struck at (who probably works by the day) ;
v.. [ of voters In the south iranltve[ at a distance of 75/ feet, and this[ la Indication that 9
< libraries ) [ to libraries says a sure apushing
< $11,000,000, hlagifta
v ... These goods must be sold within[ the next 30 days to make room for spring /goods.
don't what
the know to do
several southern republicans want a alone having been nearly $14- people oil well will be reached a few

When_ it conies$'to Ladies' AntI'Misses': Shoes it is TJT"TA strong federal election[ law, rather 000,000.)( with so much water.A hundred feet deeper. So the men
Vatterll' hail a reduction of membership who furnish the money .continue to
house association[ baa
in Pal atka that lead. Xi. Clins. W. Dunn the wealthy old packing
generally conceded we from the south. lumberman of Fort Wayne, Ind., been formed at Boynton? The main go into their pants for more

Gen. Fitzhugh Lee Pictured at the convicted of murder in the first degree business .<)if_the place! [Is pineappleand Edward Burton mR..te" mechanicof IJil
Chicago Auditorium[ Monday( night !; :W'-i; sentenced' !to-Imprisonment vegetable growing. the Sea Board Air Line was shod (
under the auspices of the National for life last week. The offense of and killed by one of the machinists,
Farmers [In the vicinity[ [ [ Archer
William[ Sylvester, nt B'ernandlna[
Union, a fraternal patriotic[ order.
which Dunn convicted the
was was have sown a large amount of outs, '
hast week. The murder out of
Ills[ subject was "Peace and war in criminal[ [ [ assault[ and murder of Alice but it [la dry, awfully dry, and many grew ;
'y ..A.tl.:: : Qpport-Un.: r the United States and Cuba." Cothrell, the. 10-year-old daughter; ofa of them are praying for rain. [the the employment shops. Sylvester of a non-union was a mann ring

Wallace Downey, president of the neighbor.Dele"ate :Mrs. J. E. Ingraham of St. Augustine [eader of the opposition[ and Mr.
: 'ownsend-Downey !Shipbuilding[ [ Co! 'VII of Hawaii has ordered wherei
COX. was elected state seretary of the Burton discharge, -
For: :Ixa.T7-estriCi.e3n.ts.:: : of New York which la. build Inn the introduced a bill increasing annual King's Daughters at the state convention [ion he went and got a revolver and
yacht Meteor for Emperor William, salaries as follows: President of Melbourne [last week. shot Burton. Sylvester was raised
estimates that thorn will be accnmotvtlona the United States, $100,000( ); vice. at Qulucy.
..... .-. for about KOU people at the irenldont, $:.!5UO( ; cabinet officers, Thirteen recruits for the United w ... .
launching members of State navy have been
$15.010 ; Jacksonville List of Unclaimed Letters. .
Wilcox the recruiting station at -
Another bill Mr.
10,000. by
Thoa. D. Robertson, a pioneer
_=_ The year 1901 was the most prosperous year Palatka has had banker and lawyer of northern Illlola fixes the salary of the governor of and forwarded to New York. The following[ [Is the list of uno'almed[

[ Is dead at Rockford, aged 1 84 Hawaii $8,000. Mlcanopjr[ farmers are selling[ corn letters In the Palatka postofflce February a
since 1894: All of, our manufacturing enterprises report satisfactory rears. He was one of the founders An agreement binding[ [ the various at $1 per bushel and shipping[ let- 11. 1002.
4 of lletoit college and Rockford college rails-Atlantic lines plying[ between tuce. They sing[ aa they work, for OKHTI.IMENH' Ln?.
dJ buslless"arid increasing sales. for women. Ills estate la[ estimated his[ country and England to adopt a here Is prosperity In the prices of Arnold Oeo, A. Balr, Just
F at $7 OtXlO. uniform minimum[ [ freight rate on Howden. C J. Bellamy, Geo.
"- ,w. ":., \N early| every merchant states that his business shows an increase Rep. Laceyof Town has Introduced grain and provisions was signed[ recently The Florida Chautauqun De Fu- Brown, Edward! T. Benson, Ben
A resolution calling[ for a reproduo- by the representatives of the nlak Springs opened on Wednesday. Coxe, 8. M. JnvIM.oIohn 1
over the previous ton!: of 1ItlIUJ( ) photographic fac-slmlle[ various steamship[ lines interested.A The program 1 la a good one and the Kuston, John, Hendurson, Sara
year. copies[ of Thomas Jelferson'g. "J/ife minimum passenger rate of $110 for outlook for the assembly Is brighter Sank R. B. Lee, Geo.
and Morals Jesus of Nazareth." winter travel [Is contemplated.The than ever. Lawrence Mr. Lee, Levi
the four months the sales of real estate have
.During- past. city exceeded The only volume In existence Is. In action of the city council in Base bl\l1at Winter Park on Saturday Moore, J. Mitchell, M.McKae .
the Smithsonian Institute.It :lifting[ the ban on tall buildings[ : is between Rollins College and ,, Douglas .Nelson, Will
In amount, annual l, sales of ;several previous years, and prices [la, Intimated that President expected to mark the beginning[ [ of, team of South Florida[ Military Institute Nyland, Martin Stanley Capt.Wilkinson .
Roosevelt will[ recommend( to cen the period of the greatest building[ ': was won by the former by Stewart, Hobt. Jess
obtained were quite satisfactory. gress that the grade of vlce-admlrnl[ [ 'activity [In the history of Chicago. core 20 to 7. Washington, Wade. '
to cost $21,21)8,000) have LADIIW' LIST,
revived In order that It be
he e
The. statements: of. the, banks. in, Palatka .show larger deposits than bestowed( upon Capt. Clark] may of the :been planed[ for [Immediate[ construc- [Irish[he the potatoes principal[ [and crop watermelonswill at Hummerflold Brown, Maggie[ ((2)) Bolden Fannie -
( Into
Oregon who will represent the navy lon, and U. jMIJ(1O is to be put Broonileld, K. E. Clark, Ella r
{the' year'of the fie ze. This statement may seem incredible, but it is a ...t King Edward'a coronation. 'other big uture down-town[ buildings[ In will be planted tills year.than in More any two of them previous Johns, Grace Laurence Carry
the near : Roberts, J. E. Stewart, Kiln.

fact and a most'pleasing one to right minded citizen of the coun- Prof. Leopold Mabllleau, the noted TheSenato committee on pensions[ [ seasons. D. M, KIK1JY( P. ]y.
: every French sociologist[ and lecturer, will[ has reported favorably on the joint Two bald eagles were killed near _- p.pa',.,,..
eccoinmend 1 to the French government New Smyrna [last week by Rev. A.
ty. There are a few dissatisfied persons, but nearly all are looking for that Chicago be selected ns the stains resolution to those giving who a served pensionable in theConfederate N. Elrod and Robert White. They The City Savings Bank, Detroit,
oration for the French school of and afterwards measured leven feet and five feet Mich.. with total deposits[ of over $3,-

and expecting greater prosperity and Improvement. during 1902. commerce established und Industry in the United which[ States.Is tobe erted to the army Federal army but who two Inches respectively. OUOHO) ) )bank suspended commissioner[ by[ order[lust'of Mon thestlt.te

are now denied the benefits of the The Columbia[ Brick Company,
day. Frank C. Andrews, vice prell-
Our County Is.producing:: oranges again and the prospects for an The senate committee on public pension Acton the ground that they Lake City whose plant was recently dentofthe bank and commlxsloner[
i ulldlnga and grounds has authorIzed cave aid to the rebellion.[ It seems destroyed by fire has ordered new of police Is the cau e. His blether )
orange crop this yearls.most'flattering.: !Senator Fairbanks[ to make a to us that the government has been machinery and will have the plant Is the ctuhler. Frank Andrews,
favorable report on his[ bill provided slow to recognize these gentlemen(?) running again in thirty days.T. without the knowledge of the directors [

;Investors" hardly .err 7n purchasing Lemon Street property at for the erection of a new state department Thomas Chambers years ago carted S. Johnson who lives four miles had obtained money from the
the site[ of the
; building on sleds the cashier by over drafts to the amountof
[ malls on dog In upper east of esburg. has 80! acres of
the :'prices. I own'and control Five Hundred ((500)) feet of unim- old Corcoran art gallery to cost $7- peninsular[ of Michigan[ [ and asked range grove under cultivation.[ The I $914,000, and there are out In oer-*
000,000. 1,0(10 additional compensation[ because trees are large and healthy, and It is 1 tided[ checks '"II ,(JIJ.( Frank, Andrews
Lemon Street which I offer in lots to suit purchaser Oov. Taft of the Philippines receives he had to tote Canadian[ mail one of the lights of that section of. Is another young Napoleon of
proved property $20,000 a year salary and the under his[ United[ States contract. the countrv. finance who came to the-city from
[ [ The claim[ was allowed by the senate the Corned Beef and Cabbage belt -
other commissioners $15,000 a year
and at prices which must be considered! low. Terms of payment will be each In gold and yet they say they [last week at the instance of Senator Fire at Klsalmmee[ on Saturday where the principal[ Industry [la baled

cannot get along on that money aa TcSrillan[ after being[ in congress for night destroyed. seven. business hay. He put up a great front got;
made easy. '' the Philippine[ ladles like to be entertained :JO.! yean. Chamber i.* dead and his houses on II road way and entailed aIn Into the bunking business, thence; [Into -
and of course they must be widow [Is prosecuting the claim. ,,. of $1(>,0O() only partly Insured. politics. He l Is now the cue manpower

'If ,you have money to invest.. do, not care to purchase real estate -, entertained right. President! Roosevelt soon will re- The fighting town fire.has ;no organized means of the of new the police"ripper", department legislation[ under .of' t

Gen. Wood, military governor of ceve[ the sumptuously engrossed and State Chemist[ R. E. Rose has dla- the last legislature[ which deprived
'I Street all
I control $10,000 of first mortgages, Lemon property, Cuba, appeals for a reduction of 83 bound resolutions of congress on the be covered fraudulent fertilizers being Detroit of its local self government
McKinley to
death of President
1-8 per cent on sugar coming into the old in went Florida[ and the Com- In large degree.
located between the Arlington Hotel. and the river, .which I will sell. United State" which, he says, will forwarded to Mrs. McKinley[ The missioner at Agriculture[ has directed
resolutions are engrossed on heavy
: L give an average profit of 48 cents on the sheriff to proceed against the NOT)1, OF APPLICATION FOB
and bound in heavy
These draw from to 8 Interest payable ,semi-annually each 80O pounds of sugar produced, parchment -
mortgages 7 % such reduction should be bind[ morocco, bearing[ lu gold letterer guilty parties.ExSenator Tax Doe Under Section Sol Chapter
and that "Memorial[ resolutions of the Samuel Pasco of Mon- 481)8: Laws of Florida.,[ Fat
a and the Interest has always_been promptly,paid. Each mortgage is on the minimum. congress> of the United States on the loello, a member of the Isthmian Notice I. hereby given that 'William[
Mm. Mary McKlttrlok[ who lived death William McKinley.\ anal commission, told the Senate .t Company purchaser of Tax Certificate j
business property, well rented. alone in dingy home at Greenwood A jreat fire through Pater- committee (on Tuesday that he favored No. 849, dated the slit day of .April A.
N. Yn and who for many yean was N.J on Sunday and destroyedpropertyeatimatedat8.0),000. the Panama route and gave his D, 181)3\) has. Bled said oerUDoata In my M
If you have any desire to :invest, I would be pleased [to have ,you supported by charity[ died a few )( The reasons therefor. office, and has. made application for tax
days ago. Now various sum of Ire originated[ at midnight[ [ Saturdayand There is great scarcity of farm deed to [Ixsue- In accordance with law.
call(at Coffee and learn what I have to offer you. If out of town, money, amounting In all to $10,000, continued until Sunday noon. labor In Leon and other middle north Bald certificate embraces the following t
a ,my. have been found secreted About the Every city and town in reach of Pat- Florida[ countiesTha pay Is 40o.nts described property situated[ lit Putnam
house, much to the delight of the crime sent help, and the firemen only per day and rations and men County Florida, to wit. : ,
,write me. lelri. won the battle after the most heroic[ ought to tumble over themselves to N. E. lot 8. W. Section[ ,2)) 'Township .,
'.'A }. gather in this wealth. 10,:Eann. 211-40.ore.. y
The London Globe expresses indignation work. The fire burned its) way
., .. J. T. Carson of Ock- The said laud being .assessed at the P, '
W, o. Koper Bailey that the minister permitted through the business portion of the Some tim ago
r their wives and children to be degraded city and claimed[ as its own a maJority awaha shipped a car of velvet beans date of the issuance of such oertlfoabe'. '
ri : by bowing to the famous of the finer structures devoted toominerclal to his dairy:farm in Naahvllla, Tenn. In the name of Unknown. Pnl[ .e said tW
dowagerempr..and" receiving dec- [ civic educational and H[. manag4rnowsayai "I am feeding oerttfloato shall be redeemed aoonnUngta t t
'; :,. > Palatka- Florida. orations from her blood-stained religious[ use, as well an. scores of fine [ fifty-six[ cows on them. I first law tax deed Kill! [Issue thereon on tb_ 'k 'k

'" ,' land. ," adding:' "The necklace she esldenoest[ The great manufacture boll, then sprinkle a little cottonseed 18th day of February. A. D. 1U02.: ",
., Madam Conger should [ng plants are safe. The mayor has meal and bran! over them, and the Witness my olBolnl slgtlaburvand seal1'
,; } placedbeen spurned.. the gift of mur- stated that Paterson would be able flow of milk has increased almost this the 15th day of. January A.. IX I9Q\ .i d dSeall
eren chargeable with the torture to oar for Its own and would not sp half and cows are looking sleek and [ ]n JOSEPH PEICB. -
and death of American Christian. pal. to the charity of other munlol.lalUlea [ .11.0&, and art ravtnou over time new l Clerk Circuit Court Putnam, 0 women" !' and states* fMd", '.'eb,1Zr ,

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{'i ,. HUT TilE CONSUMER WONT BE IN IT. New Use! for JLlinburg
Thd announcement that the war revenue tax will A letter carrier in an Ohio ost008 -

It ..f.\\' AND ADVERTISER be discontinued on July 1st, with the exception' ot whose was aspiration engaged,. : ; ran to a la young the direction lady-

the tea tax, which will be continued six month of a government oilloe. The
) letter carrier.bad an aged mother to
longer to enable those with largo stocks to close\
support and It was his intention to
al'' An unofficial Newspaper of the Democratic sort-Jus
them out, will bring gladness to the people who are save a sufllclent'sum of money to en-
"\ ', the kind yoti'whoulj: keep In your family able lilni to marry and to keep tbosa .hI
in immediate contact with the The
tax. great mass derendent upon him In comfort as II i

t" of the i people, who really pay the tax in the end, well. Yielding to the persuasions
)\ ubll.bed at Palatka,, Fl\,., Thursday of each week byJZUSSELL of his laxly love lie went to the postmaster -
will never know the difference, Bankers, brokers and recommended the young

rICIERS grain dealers, pawnbrokers, custom-house brokers, lady for a clerkship. In due course '
.,' { of time the girl paused the civil scribe -
theaters, museums, circuses, billiard rooms, play- examination and was APpointed
ing card manufacturers and dealers in liquor and to a place at the general delivery ? :
-f WM. A. RUk tL, EDITOR.CHATTAHOOCHKE window.. She wasn't In the place :
I. ... .\. tobacco will no longer pay the special tax imposed long before she conceived an exaggerated .

"i"\', \.',w ). ,\.r M,'. N, on TALLAHASSEE, upon The them people July who let patronize, 1808. the above mentioned and when idea the of carrier her she own through had importance been whoseinstrumentality appointed JSI '. 'W I .. j jlJ \

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\ vmicn? institutions and consume the taxed articles have came to the window for a
chat he received., Things
s1 wee coldly
'; i The attention of our readers is respectfully called paid the tax unconsciously, except iu the case of went from bad to worse, and after a atT5;

v t'l, .\" to the following article from the pen of John P. the tax on express companies, which could not be the month carrier.or so He she took gave his the mitten dismissal to .. ":EScc::: >>' :

4 Wall which appeared so"ivo three weeks ago in the concealed, and they have never complained They with very bad grace, and vowed to Winter Weight Suits !

:::r' columns of a local contemporary. The article was accepted without murmuring a slight raise in priceor get even. On All
A month elapsed. One day
w \0. beaded "Wauhoo on the (1:3:Situation," and herewith a slight depreciation, in quality Few: of them girl appeared in the office of the Secure: -3asgaizz.: .-

'f eprodooed verbatum literatim : noticed the difference. The people who have been pout. IIIHH"ter." Worth' $12.50 This Sale
Lot $9.37
she ; i
+ can't work In that office" This Sale 1163.
.. Put-i"AM: HALL, January paying the tax over to the government can now con- said tearfully., "It's dreadful. There i Lot Worth $Ig.oo, ." $8.50 u $6.:8
," I Editor Times-Herald., $7.50. ,
.. .. Notion la hereby given(i by the Central (/ommlt.t.eMessrs. tinue business the same as they have under the tax, where.Is such" a terrtfficermell some as $10.00 $5.63. $6.00 U $4.50

Saloon Kt>'niHflltr, Unllberry. Wine-' and,annex most of the revenue of $77,000,000': a yearto The postmaster, Impressed by the ,r- a $7.50

'r maker sympathy Hypocrlt I'rohlvlt-thllt> nil who are In themselves. From this experience we derive manner of the fair clerk, accompanied : C ildrens' Suits Marked)' Down 'iff Propor'tlop.3LC.
;: .'. with the preMtit maiiaiteiiKSiit{; of di Inking her to the box in'the general de- All-Boys' and
au carousing and .selling: Intoxicants, are commanded further proof that this is a country of !splendid, resources livery office."Whewt".'
.. to turn out piv'nptly. At 2 0'" uck a. m., be said with a long 2Ett KES"3Sr3ES3E= :: &
of 3LC. :3mOC.' ..
and that the plenty
In our back room on e ? : night. possess drawn breath. ,"How long has this
? r Business" of fun and Importance to our Industry wealth. As long as the levy of special taxation been around here." ( to" M.'Loeb He Co.)

'{ u ,? to be enjoyed and attended O.to RUMSBLLFK: does not reach extravagant bounds; as long as the last"Its week been," getting responded worse the for clerk.the Lemon, Street,, -. '! PALATKA. FLORIDA

Chairman. country needs the money for purposes which have "I didn'c want to say anything aboutIt .
The above notice, white not be seen on a flaming .. the submit It at flrsfai'" but I'll bave to go borne if
circular, but \Is supposed> to be the quiet general approval, people it Isn't taken away."
y ,',- '. '' work of the gentlemen interested, for wrong will is those who are directly taxed and who are able to "Something:, must be dead under The Brown Brick 'Co.MA

t, r' oat, especially If thosa who are engaged in the compensate themselves out of their business who do the floor," I said' tbeJostmftllter. after WHEN ;YOU: : .GO,.
dv' secret work get too full of the orer-to-be-Joyful. due delibratlon the l
: .\ t o We won't go Into the particulars of how the all the complainingWHILB boards removed and the apace be- KE.THELargcsI',8ardcst,
first meeting turned out, but n goodly quantity neath searched. It was done and
of turned in. It fellow, eared not to found. '' '
; \ liquid op nothing :E3
'tt J; be In full sympathywith the object of the meeting some well-intended people of the north are Then the eh lef, decided that an army :r.9- :Sh00ti1Zg'You
t ,a liquid strong enough to. "burn the nose of an praying that the poor and ignorant may be given of rata must have fought a decisive AND
sJicrator" was turned Into him. He would soon action behind the partition walls Brick
j c" be In accord. If there ">CRS one present who was that measure of faith necessary to a belief in the and he ordered the carpenters to remove Best Fire wUl..anlIome shells., ,We have" them for all kinds of gamer,The smokeless
ratber fastidious as to vshut' ho should 1 drink and literal inspiration of the scriptures, the Salvation the wainscoting and hunt for MADE IN FLORIDA.
4 a considered, a valuable acquisition in a bowingand the victims. But the search revealed powder shells do the work without clouding the atmosphere. 'Just. try'them.i .
smirking manner 1)4) would be conducted to Army i is busy operating. free soup houses. So longas no sighs of a fray among the STOCK ALWAYS ON HANDat ,-*. >
'If' the little,private room and,, \given scone pure grape: the zero weather continues there will probably rodents,and all the time the smell Tllghman's Mill. i
I a wine, while Mr. fa. Projitb stood by and expatiated grew worse. In despair the post- -0-
q ,. ., upon the morals of statehood with his saiictimoDiuun be more applications for soup than unction.. iiiUHter sent for a plumber, who pro- For prices call on or address, Dnring this Cool Weather-:
1, ,R Kh.-. eyes turned up." The singing; man was hounced tho sanitary condition of II. O. IIAMM,
,r + resent, singing In a doch buss. ,voice "iSit down the pipes and drains to be excellent. Fla.
x Indiana tried to kill himself because the Mill, Pulatka,
AN mas::: Tllghman's
rte, + aare, Julia Glover and "Gib up Oala and git a When the atmosphere of the house In the morning and evening}la chilly; ;you can
I ,& Light." number of his children took a jump from eleven to .
The orator was there>* also, I should say, ora-. the arrival of twins. No will dispute (trriioirs STORIESFROM be made comfortable at a minimum of cost by using
thirteen by one -
A ", ton., for all hands were sneaking imd wanted tot
4\ d, speak, but Uallberry n.med, to hold the fort. with him that at the present cost of living,
i 4 This fellow Is a remarkable)( chap. He can. do so THE NEWS OF THE WEEK.
n thirteen children is an unlucky number. The Barlor :
ti many things at a thno-chew tobacco squirt ---r- Oil'HefsfterThey :
k ;v, Juice, talk, laugh strut and Urtnco. He is.considered -- ----- -- WEDDINO OK GIANTS+

the right bow", r by the chairman and SmcII: the dowager empress of China has made The largpstman and woman in the
Probib. He talk la then laugh with
can police United If not in the world, smoke not, neither do smell and unto that they'
naked there is "'States they ; yet we say you
a the girls, strut for the negroes\ and dance to the herself visible to the eye a generally will be married in Helena, or Butte
t f' tune of fifty cents a qlll\flfoYKnlluerry.\ As soon expressed wish that she had remained behind the within the next few weeks. The will Rive the,require i warmth. If one ot them should either smell or smoke,
n+ n a. they get fully orgttiil0td Wiiulioo may dig up contracting will be Miss Ella
his tomahawk and ask the, moral tribe to let him screen. Murray of Missouri parties 8 feet 1 inch tall, you're! but to tell us and ;you get your money back.
4 k. fight with them, to oust this pale face Jamboree.WAUHOO. weighing .something over four hundred

Ir Prince Henry's visit is tuinte"d with any purpose pounds, and Edward!: Ileaupre,

tit"fi a a The main purpose of the News in reproducing the to make more :reasonable trade arrangementsno "The the scale Montana at 1X17 pounds Cowboy, and," who is 8 fee tips We Have ,All Kinds of Stoves

"hit above letter springs from a disposition to be per- consistent republican can join in the welcome. tall. .- ,

fair at all times iji its treatment of public ---- I
k fectly !
of and.during January, when :you;'? need them for beating purposes most, we are going
The dispenaafy system liquor selling .
mr+ questions. i deft fingered man from Indianapolis SATISFY ALL. '
n 4 baa been made a public question( and the author of 34tne$ Cmlman'j Eloquent and the proprietor of a roul- It will give to the young strengthand to sell them at J Just enough above their coat to reimburse odor. the freight.I.
4, wheel nearly caused tragedy; In '
ette a !
: the above diatribe is the most conspicuous exponent beauty, and make the old happy.
x Ceo X1TI. $ a gambling house at French Lick
tribute t to Pope .
l b of the idea in this county. His name is not "Wa.u g Hprlngn:, Ind.. recently., It is said 'From the ;KENNERLY HARDWARE CO.
,. the Indianapolis( man came to the Palatka Variety Bakery .
hoo," and neither is he ivu Indian. His real namis springs to beat the and It IH<

u4r John P. Wall, and his place: of residence is Put James Creelman the well-known war correspon- supposed that he tinkered with the HENRY THALOOTT, Prop., I
wheel. He is said to have substituted
audience in Boston
r-w; t'" nam Hall, this county. It would be a. difficult mat dent addressed a very large lead for lite.lln, the wheel and readjusted -
found of the Church of
in aid! of the building
diaoussion of the dispensary lately the gear so that the bat l LITTLE WOMAN- 80TH YEAB OF PROSPEROUS
Y w i ter to enter upon a ; Heart. Mr. Creelman once interviewed ONE PLUCKY BUSINESS.
; the Sacred would fall In certain of the 86 num
*\ system and leave this mat Wall. \ out, for the reason the pope. The subject of his address was "The bers. In this way money wag..re.lon Mrs. Jane Segur Hans; of merrier Cortex,
Montezuma: county ,
ir.. + ", that the proposed system And the man run together White Shepherd of Christendom." Mr. Creelman, black on was the red certain was to as win certain while to Henry Hues, of Mount Ulead( Ohio,, .ACKERMAH &. STEWART .

aa the warp and woof of I u mantle woven in iniquit; who is a protestant, said : lose.money The Indianapolis man had a she will have married each ot three ,

z'. T h and which had its conception in a desire for plunder "I pay my tribute of honor and reverence to Leo wonderful run In his' winnings. He shown brothers a degree of the of Hans pluck family not often and
i XIII, because he is the only man I have found in placed large minis on the black and Both of Mrs. Haas' flrsl Wholesale and Retail Druggists. *
The bill was sprung upon) the ]last legislature by the whole world who has risen as a. friend of the to avoid suspicion occasionally drop equaled.two husbands were killed by an as- .

Wall and bore his name, though its authorship i iit human race above ell ties of nationality and kin- ped color.a small Proprietor amount Turner on the does losing not sassin's shot from ambush and tin

A t s by common report credited to that body of corrup- dred. believe in luck, and the good fortune third will come under the ton of the lusTmtCEtvauLaRuli Fresh Garden.Seed''springLOT
1 s wasted and so frail that of the Indianapolis man o"oKed evil power which Is held responsiblefor L\NDJUTH'8 '- ...
tionists known as the legislative! lobby, a. band of "Think of a man by age look the wheel. Then making her twice awldow. Thlr Bend In roar otdur
-' the light seems to shine through his flesh; one who him to over William Haas waw aprosperous "
ty years ngo
down legislative
human vultures who swoop upon he drew his pistol.. No fatalities
has never known the joys' of married life or heard isn't young' merchant of Cor. :I3STIDTJ COUGH: CURE.U ,
The Indianapolis man playing
e ';" .assemblies and live on thg results of blackmail and the laughter of his own children ; a man shut up in there now.REALISM tez. The belle of Cortez nan Jam oeots per-bottle. Guaranteed by

k bribery. If "common report"!;' is wrong it should be one house for nearly a quarter of a century, doomed gel iSegur.were Two suitors brothers for her by name hand, 8ie anc- ACKERMAN STEWART. DRUGGISTS.Headquarters .

r1 f W remembered that no man has yet come forward to never to walk in the streets of the city that surrounds IN EDUCATION- vowed to kill any man,who married
4> & fit claim..Legistative him, where for a thousand years his predecessors "Slrvase, dame uno beso" (please her. fleas shot, one of the Hiegal' ,, -
the .
dispute down the reliioueaffairs give me a kins). This sentence written brothels: dead and married! the girl, for
.% v -- lobbies are out for money, and it is a : have reigned, weighed on the blackboard in Prof.Alma- Has was shot through the heart witha .
** of whole world civilized and uncivilized, 8t Louis,
: tho dor Caldent's class room, Winchester bullet. John HUll fell
w's tit idrII, matter of little moment whether in securing it its and remember that, in the service of tho church he Mo., and demonstrated by him to In love with his brother's widow and

K: % influence is used for or agii-iuat the interests of the : has so conquered his heart that. he could remain in Miss Katherine Uarctaon, one of his married her. Within six months be:, FINE LIQUORS
in the, of a (Spanish ,
pupils, course ambush and
shot from
tools and these tools there by his sense of dutywhilehis too; was
must Nave the
people. The lobby .esson caused the arrest of Prof. killed.! Henry' liaise' the ''third
1{ 'r f, must be members of the legi llLt re. They are secured own brother lay dying in Home, not more than Jaldent.. Miss Uaretaon did not brother fell a victim to the widow Such as the Famous Green1'\ 'River
miles know the meaning of the last word and to be married within
two they are
., in two ways; first, 1)y) purchase; and, second, "Think away.of the spirit of predatory greed that the HO the professor Is said 111 show to have remarked two weeks.' RyetJ ,a .Whiskey Without, ; head
of "Well
swells the head you.
by a system of "jollying"vhich spirit of human invention has brought into the 'Then he saluted his pupil with ailss. Lovs'LBADS TO THEFT ache Golden Wedding Jed. Clayton.
Get its prospective victim and gives him an undue appreciation world-the individual, the national, the international :
-x r': When Mrs. Margaret Colgan a
j ; a of himself. struggle for commercial suoreraacy, fierce, BAPTISMTo widow of New York went to her Lord Baltimore Rye, Paul: Jones Private -
No Ice WATKB -
f't J the lobby in the pitiless, unceasing. Think of the headlong damna- bureau to get $7 saved for the rent, it Stock &o.:
tool ud'ad
"s Mr. Wall was the by prevent their frail daughter She told her 18yearolddaugliter ;
and inftdelity
and tion of the age of money conquest, from being baptized in the icy waters would
of that
introducing Minnie I
for the they
& last legislature purpose cru'l;' -and complicated cyrrupting the very seats of of a creek, according to the rites of be dispossessed, and the girl began Go West End
a > fathering its bastard bill. The News has never believed I 1 learning, and then remember that in Rome, there is the German Bender the par ti/cry. "She' confessed that she had :to :Saloon,

-} 'I, that the Wall influence was secured to the one mat, an old old man : a. man who swoons under ents of Flora of Frederick, stolen the money and had. boughttwo

$ lobby by the first mentioned method. The second the burdens of the awful task laid upon him by his and Md.,had have the Invoked court the issue aid of an the injunc-law sweetheart silver,8-year-old watches, Johny one for Burke her, J. W. Hagan:

seems the more plausible )m the light of his action majestic office; a. man whose voice is heard in all Ion restraining the church officials, and the other for herself. .
IL lands call ing men back to Christianity as the only until the temperature of the water .
since the final defeat of the bill lIe still regards it means of moral and social redemption seeking day I shall have become more congenial. We'Make FineTOoaafctlcaausJ' -

seriously and we are told will. make his race for the after day and ye..r after year? in his old age, to bringa Miss baptize> Bender ber In now 17 years would of necessitate age. To

t' legislature this year on the dispensary issue, though spiritual influence to bear in this practically pagan breaking; the ice on the creek. : : :

k4t f the bill as introduced last ;year) bas served the pur- age."And stern in ANOTHER WORLD'S RECOBD<- And everyone who Eats1: PLANT? SYSTEM.theGreat'Tbrongh
this heart, so strong, so -
for which it was i intended, 1, e, the blackmail yet great Ben O. Wade a machinist Cincinnati .
pose with love and it wants
filled pity
so more
its was
self-discipline, hItS for a license to
1' Over !IB- ,
"y.R.. :i., of the liquor interests!!! of the state. $ for mankind that it addressed a tender appeal to the marry Myrtle Morris, his divorcedwife Our Chocolates, and! Bon Bans
*' the liquor men to purchase the Russia in and to the of Hamilton O. This will be ''
,l ..I .000 was spent by Orthodox Church of the east Car'Line C Frogforlda.
t'? .lobby. The purchase, however, did no good for the Established Church of England in the west, entreat. the couple's third married marriage.In HamiltonIn ; They are always Fresh and Pure. : :
were originally '
a :reason that the bill got beyond its control. ing them to return to the ancient fold of "Christ and 1816.) _______ Soda; COKHECTIOUSiFactl

1 X t- Tbs News is not defending the liquor trade. It heal the divisions of the Christian world. WON SUIT AGAINST DEAD :MAN- Ice Cream,.Ice Cream :TB>t W..I1ID An.4IftIO".laser Liam. via"'Cbmrt"toiv Rlcln.olld> < and> ,

of the blackmail of the men engaged Christiansen of Onawa la., and other TO } .
Y } ,imply speaks The Pulpit Today. Mary : '. 11 TUB Boovawaznwty5 via Sa..aoeli, OOhamb..ad W..h.J
verdict lor in
secured $11.0110
has a .
methods of fogWa
**' in that business as showing the a conscienceless Ineffective and suit dead Hot and Cold Drinks
m "The preaching today Is singularly un- of promise against a .' ,
: gang which would no more hesitate to The sermon Is, too often merely a part of man. She sued the estate of Frank VIi ALL BAII
productive. died last for7UUO FOB LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. Southern B'y' via Jesup, Atlanta and
c 'rum, whO summer Chattanooga.
w+ + levy blackmail on the order of the Red Cross than the routine of work. It has to be delivered but it is claiming h* had postponed WOfzTha LouUvlll A: Nashville via Montgomery.\
1t4 ?T! it has the business above referred. to. The'lobby is rarely listened, to, for it offers no stimulus either to the the date of their marriage and finally The Children welcome] they" 'always l-j TUB!: } Southern B'y via ttavcnnah. Columbia and Asheville,

_. assassin of honor and its"work is done in the Intelligence or to the emotions. The ordinary sermon died before the new date. fell without seem to enjoy I It, Tile Mobil l A:,Ohio B.a. via MOqL alllerr.: A'
the ,
now represent what the church onoe wan, a narrow Iso- wedding her. It wa proved con- and Tobaccos.L. I Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for Kw York
Mr.1Ya11's argument. It that he Intended to Fine Cigars .
dark. Bat to return to lated organisation. The sermon, today la therefore uu- olusively and the suit was begun a marry* the 'I. TO East tTI"> h4 and Boston via NTIk toi N. V, ...... and Bait.

t # ;t ... is the best the News baa yet; seen favoring the dispeniary. real. It does not stand for what the pulpit In the present her test legal way to recover a portion ef A. SMITH. THE } Savannah and Merchant Miner- .TransuortaUon. .. Company ) -
t. f In publishing it this paper has but one day is. It falls to anticipate what the church is certain the property left by himDSTICB ST..ulSa.t1' Baltimore.l : -

request to make of its readers, and that is to read it. to be in the future." av.: F.A.Gerber&.Sons: VIA l' U 8 Mall Steamship* of the Polanla ,aHavenah' OooUe&tal filMinhlp -

Bee if can not discern its. elegance of diction, its The above la not the whine of a disgruntled layman, Choa. (7. Jones of Montezuma N. io K ey Jwest Is Co. Port Tampa to Key West A In oonaeet'n with
x you with its nor the screed of a bilious penny-a-liner, but the open. Y.,ia the largest Justice of the peace! Invite you to aa Inspection AND V The Plant System.: '
,I t ., parity of style, together peculiarly lug paragraph of the leading editorial! in last week's In the United States. U* Is 6 feet ot a near line EA7AKAR J JTO Three Ship Every Week, Lea* Port Tampa 7 a a.Mvaday .
and logical order o{ statement and the re- the of culture, and high and weighs 476 pounds. HI 'S"adesl .
n r la concise number of the Churchman organ waist meaaure .1.67 inches his chest Window; :rllun it !1 markablt, 'occlusions drawn' This paper cannot. liberality In the P. E. church. 84 and hi is collar 24. He I II very HI- TO 0eruSMBTOS MO-- SCOTIA. nd. I VIa BeetoD'and Canada., Atlantis and Plant gtempphip. .Line for

.Then consider the extreme modesty of the man'sambition -- -, live and.attends loathe to many not business be ex- Which has Just been receive. The I' re e. ti5wAae. }) Halllai; Hawkesbary an&'\ Charlottotowo'. :
let may
s farther than Tallahassee. Our Grumbler. line I Ie easily' the most varied and oomlete -
in reaching no eluded from hi* own home Jones bhade WINTER TODRI&T TICKETS will be on sale. throughout' JliG3THEBN! ,
r ', when hundred of his constituents are ready' to A correspondent of th* Interior (Pres.Chicago) gets oU bee. been obliged to have all the n> price In the city, and embrace EASTERN. WESTERN and HOUTBBBN STATES to" all. Florid Keaort via
the following timely quib doors made halt a size larger than I Ulant aytem, during the ebon. 1901-lwa\ limited to with
defense return until May ai,
ir .stake their reputation for good judgment in mania our church who grumbles( day andnightl doors, but he Is unable to
"We bave a ordinary f5 50, Cenfs liberal! stopover prtrllfge' In Florida. ADDRESSES OF PARTIES IN TUB
i r of his eminent fitness for *n unchallenged entrance ) he grumbles at the cushioned pews, he grumble ialt his friend*. and neighbors be-. NORTH seat to the undersigned'": wilt be liberally supplied with all Information
their bonne
at the Ilgbt. ause he cannot enter
into another state institution, only a few miles "H grumble at the organist he grumbles: at the the I one* went to Auburn Last week to Furniture all Kinds < .nod For advertising Information matter a* to Bates Bleeping Car Bervatloa, eta! can on or writ.to
w further we8t.'WSAT.VJla holr j Crumbles. at the way the sexton regulate ake tbe oath of office.\ The end of ,_ I \' F. H. JdLLY.. Division Passenger Agent.
dies the stage In which h* made the trip RUN BEDS, MATTRESSES, 138 West Bay Street, Aster Block, Jacksonville, Fla..
:- minister,' he grumble at the admit him ana,
"He grumbles at the lad to be removed to SIDEBOARDSLINOLEUMS '
s B. W. WBSNN.:
congress may do with Cuba, it will test; and will no doubt grumbling through this world during the Journey the floor gar and MATTINOS (lea, Bupwlnt ndnt. PS..,TraTo. lip.

confer a favor by arranging, the tariff so that for 'a and"AncJ nest when be reaches heaven at last unless he 'ray the. ,ground leaving.and Jone.th with*. stage his feet on bis on Oar goods are all Dew and our prices Baraanah, O., Baveast,0*

1'' *, 42'r: nickel an American can git; a cigar that doesn'tbora bell growl because they've.. given. him aocoudbaaded back. are low
_ < harp.11
like a piece: of wet roes.IJ .

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I THE CRESCENT CITY News. I It Is Surprising.The amount of First-olnfis S

Studies 4 % Hats, Caps, 'Shoos, Shirts! Collars and Cuffs, Hqckties, Suit

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DRESS GOODS Etc. Sold by
Cmeent City 'A card purty I was given lit the V. I. Death of Mm. Closo's. Sister.! The Avenue House and All View ...--IN- ,

A. hall on Tuesdny evening. Tltttru Cottage are being well patronizedthis
toonaoi themoal 0ut4riil locAtlona ID Plo, attendance and Mrs.; Elenor Tracy, of Ypsilanti, Bond" number of visitors
"'1\1I/1 good an enjoyable season
ida. Thetown letit the lntthh.rft pin. offufcnamootinty. Mich., died at St. Lukes hoxpltal Greens Pinks Blues L.
'mlloa from Fitlntkn: and laveauhtMl evening was uncnb playing pro- ;Jacksonville on Saturday morning lira occupying rooms and cottages ,
by either teamer or railroad. Urea* (fretslve euchre. Then there were out lde.
oeiit Olty lies 011 high ground.. rlima graoe* and then of heart failure Mrs. Tracy was a Crescent City.
refreahuients served Reds
S 'jlljr from :the west bank of UrtitHmnft Luke, a light '' sister of Mrs... James A. Close, of this Mrs. E. S..Isom of Cleveland, 0., Yellow

beautiful from: about three ofaleitr lo five water muse 18 lu inllua width.In leuathand The dancing. place, and the circumstances of her Is expected to arrive this week on a And the Intermediate shades are so easyto The reason HIM In the fat that be oiirrloj a line of up-to-date goods-Tho Und
Rt. Rev. Edwin O. Weed death are sad Indeed. visit to Mr. K. /S. mom who is '
S pIaeteeItIsI.tout. ID town *..- .,,...1...., bishop) a guest
the former ooualltullns. a portion. of the town Florida\ will visit the Episcopal Mrs. Traoy left Detroit last week at All View Cottage.The anyone that bus an opportunity to people want. .S

bat. al* bloch I. width lying between' twotske.I.k.Gre.o.nI church d thin plaoe oa Sunday Tuesday in company with Mrs.Close' make choice of our roally attractive Hamilton-Brawn Shoes and Shield Brand Hats are guaranteed, as no also are
four children
on the wise and lake Htellit of the new pas
oa the w..... Thflilovalof: lake SttfllA IBM. feel March 16th. The annual ,visits of daughter, Mm. F. K. Robln- tor of the M. K. church make quite stock of Monarch, Sweet Orr A Go's. SlilrU and Oorlls and Coon dollars at I for 25 o.nts.
higher than filar of lako Oreeoeut time afford Bishop Weed are occasions to which son.and infant and Miss Mable ICobJOHOII -

baa Init lie ported noureeln dreln spring tfti. The:and:walttrof le .kept lake absolutely: Hlolla: the people) of Crescent City look forward for a prolonged visit at the an tion addition of Como to helping the juvenile out the popula-school Spring fabrics. Our Neckties are from an Exclusive Tie House. '
with Close home here. She taken ill
pure by the town (.uthoritioa who have ma>le ItS much pleasure. was and Institutions of It
I.. the sleeper route and had it not young people. That pretty dressing Is sure to be much the kinds MArch
mlHilumeanor (tin any way ountaiulnat on en plaoe buy nil ot ndlae.
The ( I4wIlWsy, touch* the Some of the big oak shade trees on been for the of a U in contemplation to hold a child.ren' In vogue dining the next two months, CHAMBELIN'S I t
bank.JIIs*Btell.:* Iwo ;mllna from: : tho ( 'Jan.l. the streets have been'badly out withal presence physicianon meetmicon next Sunday after We give you what you pay for.
a little. ..........r convoyi.-"". (...nfere And \ and the work Is the car would probably have died noon at the V. I. A. hall. The meeting goes without saying.
axe probably .
.. the train.' The arrived It was question to .
Formerly a as -
freight and frura the '0"0. <1 Uroeoent City on party at - '- '- -
S. fu notion. the rallVAy Htntliin. ,- Hint of, some mischievous kldlet. Jacksonville at an early hour Thursday l Is Intended for parents and their whether the residents of this section
TUo trip by. .,........from IMtnttM or Jnoknon.Tllle %. The hitching posts in front of the I with Mrs. 111 friends as well as children, and as could nod materials for the k.
to on.Ut the..oat lKhtful) watur rldea Episcopal church have also been badly morning Tracy too Rev. Ford and Stones will be In necessary We Would Like Your
I sit After wait which bad to be
In the whole oouniry.and the pamenifer wbotakne to up. a. of several dressing provided. Now
this trip I le feekl eiitranueti from ntnrk to out. Will someone kindly ad- hours at the station RrragnmtmtHwere town-and the meeting will bu scores of SulU BhlrtwaluU acId Dry
flDlab. At* point nine in I lea aouth of Falatkab nioniuh the kid. distinctly undenominational Is
made for Mrs. Goode of all kinds sold
finally are by
I..... $JTohua Tracy's
ateamer the and en tern expected Mint It will be Interesting.It .
Deep river S rathuv. narrow but "ortuotuMtream Mr, Wm. A. Sturdy of'Attloboro, admission to St. Luke's Hospital, Gocey .
eypreea Il .,o4 anband on either p.slnsetln-sv.rI(0bie...1. by. s. think growthof fbreMprimeval Matm., has been the guest of Mr.. ;J. where she was taken anti made 1 as be is held hoped about that once these. month meetings and that can The C. H. Preston Co., :ade.In

the riserS ollr...... are .barn.> and L. TorreMr.. Sturdy Is a prominent comfortable as possible. Mrs. Rob. they will do much /good. to rosMnnta and visitors alike. They
;through''r in tola eights, atraam A.tier Ito, .nine...,nor ml lee einergea'of travel Into has gone tor' a trip down the east her daughter Miss Mable remainingwith POMONA. say lair and shopping pleasant.1 This Is one order to reoolvo It we have concluded not to offer any bait othor than a

.'.. .bn>a4 slid beeuUCttl Lake Uveeovutr A run coast,. after which .be expects .to return Mrs. Tracy." On Friday Mrs. of the many things we have accomplish
of an hour and a half landa tbej paHHenger atUreeoeut to Crescent City for a longer Close went to Jacksonville intendingto strictly pure line ot edibles at a modest advance above cost We have an Idea
Mr. C. A. Knowlton made business ed In this
City.. lb. .........'. eoutheromoetlanding. assist In nursing her sister but' a. department.
The boal III.... Jackannvlllo atria.m stay.Mr. she grew rapidly worse and died\ on trip to Jacksonville recently to that we buy a cheaply aa anyone In our linn, when It comes to goods of real
every Tuoadan Thureday Slid ttaturdayiPalatka formerly Saturday February 15th
; : Fred Shaw of Hunt purchase new goods.Mr. ,
Saturday 1 morning abiatlO o'clock
at tame days lleturulitft
,'b. boat I.....p.Onwoent Ulty on 11I01111..,.. Weil.I ingdon, writes to, his mother* Mrs.S. Daughters of the' sick lady wero. Chas. Ptplar was In Palatkn 11 pounds granulated sugar for 50 cents. merit That's all tho kind we keep. We pay the highest puce for EGGS and
I needay ana Friday at *a. m.* arriving nc !'... i iI Boof Shaw of this place, announcingthe
summoned from Chicago and one day last week. Buy whit other goods need pamft
k JAukaonvlllo. Sat, they you COUNTRY PRODUCE. trial order for OKOCEKIES.f
I latk. at 10 a. m. And at arrival of ian, 8-" ,pound boy at Suppose you glvo us a
arrived about hour before theirmother' time. butterlne !33ceuts :
Pt Ifl. -No perSon ever took the steamer Ores.cent an Oleo or per pound
for CreaoentOlty. wtlhuttfc, expttrtonolnffnew Lantana his present home. The .death. Arrangements were Miss Simmons a trained nurse of butter then half the butter. Butter have an Idea }ou will not grumble at tho prices and you at the goods.
aeneatUme. of plfxisure and a COOrS .top at mother and Infant are doing well, made for the return of the body to New York city is here for a long the finest article made 33: cents. oln't
the little city makce any man or wutnan a> life the father a little better, and the visit with her cousin, Mrs. Holmes
Mrs. former home In
Tracy's Ypatlantl -
long lover of the plaoe.In SY5
fJ the. town proper. are some of the mont new grandma a "right smart" better and the remains went north Erwin. JIEMEMBEB. S J. W. MILLER:

' ....u..I..1 homes. lobe auUured fuuud and lu lb. ...... and. than buth.MaJorlj. accompanied by the bereaved daughters Miss Alida Gardner visited friendsin i
S Ibo people are proapttroue.There Saturdays when warm enough so you
la e good _oot, two cburobee-.Epiaoo* : L. Burton writes encouragingly on Monday. Huntington Saturday.
and aud two good hofwla.boeldee Miss Mable Robinson here will thaw In the sun we have hoe oroam. CRESCENT CITY.
pal PreabyterlAn of his prospects In Cuba He came on

r, S oan be plennant ob..,.....private Hotel; and ptiiaea boarding where Itouaeprloee board ban recently\ been up In the country Saturday and Mrs. Close returned last Mr.week.Alvin Eamos visited Palatka :-= .11.11TORRZY'S {

Are 01.........'... The potpie bnve pro visiting poe of the great sugar plan- Sunday afternoon. She had not seen We are the leaders In - -----

( Tided .well-kepK. golf, link* for theeniertAtr... tations. Hi*' Spanish Js' Dot yet of her sister for many yearn and had Mr. Homer Wakefleld of Palatka. 1

.tueo.( of ftbeae who baa Ilk inure.thla orange amuaement.ireaoentVliy grove..* than the drawing room variety but be la looked forward to a pleasant reunion spent Saturday and /Sundaywith' his\ furniture, mall Paper, SHOEBRITAnnounces

.sty other' town In the county orange a u It tiro Improving Ills dialect dally and which death has made impossible In pllren ta. Plastico! Paints Oils
S "IetheieadHgoooupa4tonof the pOOI.l".od the this life. The sickness of her aunl '
hope. to be able to meet the best of Mr. W. J. Kcown came Saturday -
ruatlty this fruit bae long been reK; iMml as I here In the on the cars. and the care of an Infant up meats Special Sale ofMen's '
superior to Ihatvgpowa IA soy. othefl aeotloiv,oftheatate them before-. returning night front Barbervile to visit hardware; Jrel> 1
AlmoHt every alLlaen of the plaoeUM summer. child made the trip a peculiarly try his family.
e well-kept groT, mny. of whluh oonupy ing one for Mrs. Robinson who Is Crockery. &3.OO Shoes a e8:7: )
.the grove loteof thelnourpuratlon. whlleotberaextend Tbtf MlHses' Ryan of Port Chester, here for the purpose of recuperating Dr. S. E. Peck was In Palatka, These goods are Styllah"; and the
Into the country. baost. The..eembsuaofor.ao.nt 'N1. Wel.mad.
: Y., with a lady friend were scheduled her own walning strength. Saturday.Rev. .
tockawf gooda lily which arellva would moo do Slot credit, tbey to manyof show to sail from New York on. the -... to be had for the money. i
H. M. Lawson went south Toe C. J1.Cresoent Preston. Co
the larger cttlee of the etAte. Living U.aheaper 12th and may be expected hero the Dark'Deed We are headquarters for Ladle'and Children' Fine Shoos, also. sea ,
Saturday for a short Lldlos.
trip expecting
than alnuHt any other town In the latter part of the_ present week. S
..etate.The. To crime there Is motive. to return Tuesday. He will lecture City. Florida. our Dainty Rubber Footholds for Damp Weather.
I iandtFth Thelr'ather,.' Hon.- Wm. Ryan, may every a
.... ..are lined with Shade treeS
aative lire. oaka,And broad ah.,lt\ wnlkt are also come At the same time but if Find the motive of the criminal and In Sanford Orlando, aud Winter

leld: on the prlitoltial .I""' ".. Ulayole patltalemd not will be here a week or so later. you have the best possible clue upon Park. A. B. TORREY CRESCENT :

'S In nuttj dlreouune. .' '" The many friends ot-this' 'charming which to work in securing a convic Mrs. Stevens. of Welaka has been CITY. I"

family .II&" Crescentt'lty will be tion. The man who burned I*. A. visiting her friends, Mr. and Mrs. .

Parties to Crescent;' City desIring to sub pleased! to learn of their early: com Hurlbut's barn and packing house Olmstead. .
i.. swrltoo SeW ISIS '; .5 renewtheir last September had motive. The '
.. ... ( .::.r.I.snay lea,. IlseIr ing. man who cut the hog proof fence of The young people. are preparing a )
.(hte...poetoMeo.. Anil MCHiey, who. whIt Is CUP Mr.AatiorlseUAseiit.'Personal E.D. Lotunda At. : r The WllHng"Workers the 'Episcopal his grove lots last week also had a Drama to be presented the last of

SS I 1.f church gave a New England motive. He also has a black heart. \February.Rev. ARE ANY .

-c 'supper at. the \'t.I. A. ball! on Hatur- His:: skin.! is not_black it Is. simply M.C. Welch Drenched Sunday .

day evening ana a large number or dirty. There iHn't a negro! in Cres- morning In-the a.b" nceofllr.tRW':

1 people partook of the baked beans cent City who holds a grudge! againstMr. son, Mr. Bpencer MIddleton took For excellence of location this popular Hotel YOU HEAD
and SccW. li unexcelled. From 1U broad
.f ; brown bread, pumpkin pie doughnuts Hurlbut. He Is kind to them charge of the evening service. verundaltt
vlow. h.d lo All dlreotlons
maifnlflceiit are
coffee, eta. The little people and always courteous. Then' the
'*% also sold caudles. There was a good work shows evidence of having boon The monthly dinner And meeting. it overlooks beautiful Crosoont Lake on one

Miss Galt tier Is la town for attendance 'and a nice profit was" done by an expert. He had the right of the G. A. R. was held as usual at Idoantl charming hike Btelln on the other DEAF ? 'It' NOISES ? i
Liioy a the hall Mra. It iNaqulot, homnilke piece' alwa. well
,' made for the little band of church sort of tools. He Is the same expert /Saturday. Ueo. Gates :
brief visit. workers, which sum will be devotedto criminal who has committed other assisted in the program, music was cued with BUOMU who enjoy the rent which CASES OF

:,, Farmers. are preparIng' their land a good cause. crimes In this city. Isn't It about furnished by Mr. and Mrs. Geo. this charming oily nfTnrda. l
,, : for. corn camaya.Mm. time honest people went hunting for HARD HEARING
S :Mr. and Mrs. ;JaBree gave an him. Mr. Hurlbut offers inducement Miss Ethel Smith, piano. Quitea ----p
'S A. R. Torrey is spending the enjoyable luncheon to a few friendsat an number of : GOLF LINKS
of $100 for his arrest and con strangers were present ARE NOW CURABLE I
week in Jacksonville. their pleasant borne on Thursday vlctiou. and all enjoyed a spendld dinner. Two b toOl from the bot..l. Use of Lli.k. free
S evening of lasb week. .Tbe occasionwas to UoUl by our new invention. Only those born deaf are incurable.
; Mr.- Coe D. Smith l is frequently The man who out the fence Isn't n Miss Telen Knmes has been suffering guests.
In honor of their tin
seen enjoying tits pleasures of the 'wedding bog owner. These men have nothing from hand. Wj Sou HO n opens November Int HEAD i iP.
and that of Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Carter very lvery: room husbevn ooouplod during the
golf links. against Mr. Hurlbut. Find the motive -
S of New York who were the are glad to know of its improvement.Mr. NOSES
.L' Mrs. ;X..W. :Miller and UtUa daughter guests of honor. The others present then keep your eye on the man poHttvo lessons and those who desIre aoootnmoilutlonH OF BALTIMORE. SAYS
Arthur Keown assists Mr. torthe coming HOUMOU should ,.
5 '"' and you're sure to bag him some time. DAT..aR. Md., March) toe t
4, Abbejean spent Monday and Tues wore Mr. and Airs. C. H. Preston, .e5 Knowlton in the Saturday rush at ad ,, S dsMtkouMateG./ Mesdames B. C. Williams Jos. his store and to sat ft full history. of my csiie, to h\<*n\ at>'our ,,," ,
Brides For eems give good
S Turpentine Hands. About five ago car slug, and till kept on getting until Z
ye-ni "
Bunker Susie Rich;J. T Ithodes Iy hl. won. lot
: S
; isfaction. this
Mr. and. 'M.ra Smith Cobb are my h..rlll..l. ear entirely. '
, the winter at LosS and Miss Blanche Gowen. The reception A well-known colored man who William C. Norton I a treatment for o.l"rl. for three months, without any nucceu rn."I.d. num
pending present p a- her of phyHlcinim, .t eminelit of ; .
room was tastlfully decorat has been doing some carpenter work among olher.t.e rnrepcciali.t| thicclty l"el.t
Angeles, California. Work of Sunshine Societies. only sn operation could t tlmt only' temporarily I that the head I'
at : .a.
: ed. lately a near by turpentine camp then creep, but the hearing, rlr affected "'would\1,, lout forever.I .
Capt. George Crotty of the steamship Potter was relating to a crowd of white men Editor PALATKA NEWS. then your atlv i accidentally' in a New York paper, and r s
Milo M. who In 1336-86 Crescent City, Fla. m.',t. After'hnd:: 4inet It few : I dlrectioiin., eo r d. I
, .5 May Uaw was In the.clty over the other night the modus operand! Your readers who see the Ladles only s tiny ncccmlfiiff to vour : = :
conducted the big Potter lioane to-dnv. after five week*,ray bearing tliM-mied car liai been entirely ,
Suuday on a vHH to hilt mother. .1' which stood in the block now occu- of match making on a turpentine Home ;Journal probably read from besrtily and beg to reiutlu truly yonrtt.F .. 'J

-k i 'P16oIO''. Bmith't new'.tore III rapidly pied by the residences of S. E. Neal, farm. "It's dls yar wa7." ald he. month to month with more or leas Interest '.".VIP' TIT IT ThIs oomforttIie : A, WKRMAN. 7308. Ilroadway mi Itf mo re, Md

? nearing ornplotlofl.and is a decided Paul C. Smith S. M. LaHree and "De nlggah wat; wants 'a wife dee the report of the Internatlonnl CREI'h... ''Bflt( the"ou lll. now undur ofMrs. Our treatment does not interfere t'it yonr accrual ocrtrputfan.Bxoniltintlon .

Improvement to th. street/ W. A. Russell, and which of was" burn steps he" 'Boss up ,to I dun de boss want and yer to says proouah says Sunshine many Society.years This ago society with originated Mrs.- .J. C.Cook and MUM E. O.monuBinent Wales, both of advice free.and YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME at a J out. lu ai 'I':
ed down In the 18Hfl has
S_ Mm. C. L. Chamberlin has returned awarded contract spring for .buiidlng: me a lady Den de boss, lie Bay, 'wat Cynthia Westorer Alden, growing Ctmutauqua N. Y.. where they have hud INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC 596 SALLE AYE CHICAGO
from Jacksonville and I.... slowly just hotel kinder lady you prefuh, light ginger out of the sending of a Christmascard many y.a..ofuperl.no.ln catering. to the L ILL
and tourist.
a new magnificent comfort of wittIer.t to the oelubraled LakeChalltaIIqIIa .. ..
_ recovering from her reoent illnesn. cake or dank? When de niggan who she hAd received to an old uncleto -
.t Santa liarbara 'Oahtornla. The
j< ter be married has stated his friend taembly.The .
wants whom It wbo
Mr. O. B. Morrow -' >alatka Times of date suggested a I j
_ went Los Angeles recent
bouse has. been renovated
choice of color do boss he 'all and thoroughly
would the
enjoy pansies verses
say, ,
last He: looking toT the Information also
Monday. i a
containing ,
_ right. I'll get you one' each In turn copying the and will ultt>rd a JuoU pleasant home forwlnterviallors.
person 'IIr
hOI'llIl'thaa' isn't too of the cold weather at that poe01.
_ _I hlithtoned'toplo"IV. speaks Then says the relator, "De boss he "Starting from a thought' The table I. supplied with)
_ .' time )prevailing In the bout tbe market aflords. itates made r
sends up to Georgia and gets sum'un growth of the society has been phe
,Blooms are beginning to pp ar'on ,nia and states B0l1therlQCalitor-1 to pick him out a gal and she 'rives nomenal.' Its; members now numbering known on application.

_ _. : some of the- orange trees. At the stood at 22. ..-. In bout ten days.. Den de nlggah be many thousands. (RESCENT CITY, PLLound's ,\.

_ McCormick! : &: Bubbs. grove there, are S I goes and looks !ab_her, and gen'rally From one parent ,society! branches, .
l5 quite lew.i, A Religions Cakewalk. he says she's all right then he !goes S have sprung up until every state ana ASTONISHING OFFER !! '

_i Mrs>W. D. Williams la recoveringS S The good colored Methodists held and gits a license, and the preacher territory in the Union Is represented. Drug Store 'i
he marries. 'em. De boss de also branches in India I toes.yreeeahwsll.sWhl.klisd .wtoI..sl.nosI
charges There
are "
lust week the .
a cakewalk to '"gloryob ._ .
from her recent and with I all 00,0.
Illness p.lr.l bitten .
nlggah 115.00 for the service and Australia, France Canada, the Bahamas C0000bflfld.5t..''n,.. .... ... _,.. I
Uod and in aid of a depleted e..o. . .
able 0. .
bright weather hopes soon to b Crescent City ..._' I ','
the works It out.Say.. d.t'lide and Mexico. .. .c...
to o it a alo treasury The shin dig was givenIn nlggah P.,.,... .. "....and CI, .. '.. .'" I
yet tastes marry In' I'se ever seen, The name "Hunshlne Society" was T (
S the odd fellows hall, \Vhlteville _ 114 BEAUTIFUL PRIZES FREE '::' -f :
'Capt-W.: M. Ritcn and some members suburb, and there was a big audience but dem turpentine coons is satisfied, given in 181X1. March! 8th 1UOO, it was Offers visitors and citizens a :! : ,I

of hid. family are expected to are of white people present. Methodism and I'd otter be." incorporated under the name of the (1i 0 cc' tu.-.reis.sp.e.los.ellle.auit.rTsi.T= :, ; nt.son.fih.to.t. ,

I rive today and open up his plasant as she Is Interpreted this year 5Sw os International hlne Society,Mre. Complete line of _ ,l.hIG.sS l =fl ISO).. v

S" .wintoBbcMDe'on H uth Main Street. by "our brother in black" l Is a trifle COMO.The Alden becoming president-general' of _ .:,':: :,:.sill.lot nonmeS;._'.'Ue.'MF vIenflt Mnl 0,;
the she founded. Its officers I..t.u,.. ... .1.
S society ,
S Mr. and Mrs. D.EIttOh have moved more liberal than.it was last season Toilet ArticlesAnd .: ': :::: "
ICI.oot. "
$ tthn' .lrescs
board poI :
and S i; :
board of directors advisory
whenaHilmillar. affair under the I. 1,11.1,1' ..... 51.11.0., I 1.511 inodlbntun. I.
S SS I into the' homa of lion. ;J. H. Harp, Village Improvement Association 1-on .. .
Include women and men well knownas U. I ..' .. dunhl..h.Is, .08... b..M'llt'l'
\Mrs. Baton's. father.. '_ Mr.. Eaton management of ;John Vincent was held its monthly meeting on "Ten or more local I..I". .' ......,.. All ihw 14........b.o..o "'f'
L t'to be able to. here decried "as a device of the devil. But afternoon of last Mrs. philanthropists. SundriesAt :' '
hopes stay Friday week Druggist "
per- Id itI7'v
> 10
S ,. John Is a Haptl t, .and that fact Underwood Two new branches In n state shall be fede Icily flub P0.It ann.4' hh5 '$10. Sit .
mantly presiding.
, ,
rated. The stata '
difference. president appointed '
have made
might some members were admitted. but some Moderate Prices. I
: *.. Tiie'ienteu season began yesterday There has also been a change In the Important business was laid over fora r by the president-general becomesa : = : .: .... =. : > \
the '
5' and for 4O day, not InolodlnA'..tion'tIay. pastor, and this may In a measure special meeting to be held In the vice-president of" International The large part of our stock: -_ LL "*"*r"' ....is.t.rtodh.fe. W.ISrs.u.O. ..d. :=: ,,S
k the truly good will be so goodS have.. resulted In lifting the ban. Sunshine Society. U of recent arrival. boo.nylsoI CDCC I inbMf .n.l..mlPok.sklinvlthsesbl.45', SOw. .
hall Friday afternoon of this VfiwhokiMiltj
on motto -Good Cheer. Colors ** Mt 4. rncc ) 51.5) .lin' ."SOUSI,,.tnn..nliheSIS., OoMtsj MB. In pUlnp.wlW.tw. r:1
S iu to preclude the possibility of their Anyway ib was lifted and there wasa week at which It Is hoped a larger Society ate LlsU of : UiapMiiibl wnid OneW to-uf. 0e ,
t .". fun. good show.under the auspices of -Yeilow and White. "Yellow Is U. 5. TliaKH'a .-l> Pt-CAL North CUuIt Chlo.vft-0,11U
having any number will be present. The V. I. typical of /oldensunsbln.. and white We have lately been aprolntsil Agent 'I..ifUUQ ( .
colored Metbodlstso Several / ._
Mr. Collins. B. Uubbard expects to couplescontested A. has done a great amount of good Is emblematic of purity of for the American Btoyclo Company, and '- S -- .
cake walkIng purpose i"w"
for the and the ;Aa------
S. S ....pend .ome little time on hlu Cuban work in Como which could not /nave that characterises the sunshine If your mind Is on wheels (not wheels in MEDICINAL UELlS--- A NIGHT
and .
wos fancy characteristic.John been dono by any other agency, but head mind and let than alarm of fire at nlgnt la this
plantation before coming to Crescent work. :\\o'iower-coreopsis. Sunshine your you) come us to an
5 and his Mat- Winter eotitba am apt
Vincent partner, essential! to the fullest usefulness on..mp. which I sounds like tuo '
Ib is of
brajyiy cough croup
UU arrival here l is found show what we can do for bt
i'Clty. expected -"Scatter Sunshine, you you. tion If nafflouKHl.' They OlIn soon up
r tie Olvena, were awarded the cake. song children's ileatb kuell and U means dentIn unless
of such association that It
''It. t sometime within a month j There were several laughable features an among the Christian Endeavor by uHltia..rutey'a Honey *.0 T"r. Lounds'Drug ...ro'bl".I. don iiulckly. I..I.)'5 Honeyand 'r ,
should have a general support. relIef anilquickly 1"
do kind never to give .
S.. Mra. Bobt.J. Habbard arrived at ,chief of which was a'' sermon In Every woman In Como should be an hymns. Dues-Every day a JOHN VINCENT D. Q. B. When pain or Irritation exist on nr Port of T.r cures tbe. wont forms of croup. Mr*.
his home "Oakwood" three miles rag time oampmeetluor metre by the active member and every ,man act (not In self consciousness, but the holly tIle Application or D-LLA"D'o SNOW P. L. Ooriller, of Maiinlnghjn, Ky., wrltnat "My ,

f north ot Crescent City, last Friday. Rev Pete Wiley Jr.' )'ete.luss ,the should aid and support It in every with an humble spirit, relieving the L1H1MENL1 will give PrUL> rol.r.. prl.1. three doctor year sntil old girl she bail could a severe not llv of gut orouvtthe a bottle
routine of dally duties. brighteningthe .nil W oenll. Loundi arts :
S lie was accompanied by' his son', Mr. gift to a remarkable degree. He I.a Is possible way. Every property owner HAIR CUTTING IN APPROVED STYLES. ot 7iley's' Honey and lire! doeo :
?\ Kobt. F. Uubbard and bride. little shy on unction. but 'what he is interested In making the place dally paths with constant CHILDREN'S WORK: A SPECIALTY. "010"'. fleecy ooutfh and conutlua Tar U bent no for opiates oroup anlwbooplng ami gave qlllckreilet, I and, saved :/ lieiuraubsututee. I

S lacks in this particular IS more than attractive, and what has been done thoughts for other) The..hop bttsi ncwntly been equipped with euro quickly. careful motbor keep I In tbebotiM. Luod.' Dr"l store. 1
., Mr. and Mrs. SamueL E. Neal are made up by his swift utteranoe. He tr> that end In Como and ab the cemetal'7 Although Florida Is such a sunny a new and modern ohair anil other comfort. Louniltt' Drug Store Are you imrvone, run down weak und dis 'I ,

; > again entertaining their friend Mr. gostherewith both feet.' The churcfl is owing to the labors of ,the state that onr floral emblem bloomsthe My rasorsarekept In oondirionj; only. elena TOM can help anyone. hom. you find iifrnr- CtrU.d' .T.k".few. doses..nlaRBINI I.will "
S ; Campbell of. '"liaeld1NJj; who netted about 16.00 by the performance ladles of the V. I. A. year round we have but few towel. are need and otutomen are guaranteed InS Iron; Inflamed throat! laryngeal trouble, ..energy, new brain .muscular sys-. 1''
1 has- returned from a three weeks's branches. The work seems particularly bronchitis, coughs : to., orivlMnc the: n."I.o.rwurkd '
and the cause ol pure and un- perfect atluftction. at DALLAUD'H :' b BVBUFi, tile on life and business.Frloe S
7 trip to the Manlte river section. defiled religion has made an advanceor The Como Good Will Circle of the adapted to us In Florida, especially :F press use remedy for "H\ sit ool.ln.. Pr.U> ,W oenu. Louuds Drug store. ffl S

Mri AJPolver wee' taken :..eronglS l1 retrograde step according; .as you, Inte national Sunshine Society met to those who remain duringthe and 40 ovnu. L.o< Drug Sure. a THOUSAND DLLAR THRWN AWAT.wruea" t : '
look at I t. at the residence of MM. Horace summer, inciting us to make The most reliable preparation for kidney Mr.W. V Baker. ot .,
IU'.Iastt He at
< l Sunday. Ui/ drove may sunshine bless sed1; Irnuhlm on Iba '01.. : Our.. wife bad lung trouble for o.or fifteen
Prior on Thursday afternoon of last the most of our many m.rk.t Kidney "My ,
'having} 'attentlon. Now;John Vincent promises to give ,
0 .*Hall and I I. every rich and Reliable Garden LutindiC Drug are. We tried a number of doctors and spells
S .. His great age and enfeebled another by the full of the next moon, week. There was a good attendance ings. It appeals to poor The-e!I. probably notlleeaee or condition ortht over a thousand dollars wltbout any tolIsi.She .
I nstltutlon makes his tllnesa alarm. and before our northern 'Visitors getaway of the members and a successful as alike; it cheers aching hearts as no Bg.p4tefe.1ly 5el. *Ml human eyeleni that sums more .tairerlr.Banddletreutben was .er low and 1 lost all hope, when a.
wtttj their pocket books. well as an enjoyable reunion was other work does; It will arouse us 55,1 Adapt tor rAULKIfS 54gillLgotr4TMgs'r friend, ., trying Polry'a lloney and
k: Ing.- y.. held. An entertainment will be from the apathy and discouragements 0=UIOIU quickly, without Tar whlnu.Itaaved Idld .ul'b..ak. b stronger to this greatremedy anilnjoy. S
5 f:Society people have perfected ar.. S S S held soon for sunshine purposes, and brought by the freese ; it ..SOUTHERN PLANTING.. 0.5.or In detention boltlee. Tubee,bualiiean.11 oeuu. Price Lud., belter health than she has ever .known
tanprementa for a brilliant dauoing 'Oral1&'o'Shlpmentll. the details were more or less discuss teaches the selfish. and thoughtless In: ten .. We shall never be without

0 party at V. I. A. Hall tonight and Tbe total'oran$ shipments from ed. Refreshments were served by that nothing Is too trivial to pass on, A Beset complete Csbbsge.sad C.I.fresh.,.. stock Genuine at Ii liii!] ".Idn..r.oomplalnt kllle more people than any ler's nunar ti try and It.'Tar Ixiuuds'ant Drug would Skin.Hervoas aek. .: S

, large number of Invitations haveS Crescent City this season amounts the hostess, "assisted by Miss liela. the effort required being a blessingIn Bermuda Onion Tomatoes sad : .. This le du t the dI b. "mlo. 1 ehlldren era almost always.
S > U .ed* Good music ,baa been. to something 8,000 boxes by It 'was decided to hold the next Itself. Sunshine from all ever the sll kind ot seed for gsrdea sudld i I the ing e Ineluloua thai It It le "I..... b.l folny'H
S becuted* 1 S steamer.t' 'This. oven the' authority of meeting with Mrs. I* A. Hart. world will be added to our store and *I always on hand.OAtLr KIdney system.(hire bln..I ..... ... development of WHirs'8 CUBA VKBMIVUOB., is t>.
' on broader sympathy and Intellect.. Ta-e-rSO ...0 ass OUT fatal aleeeea ....0 In U_ Drug p..ol.of nervousness. It rn.b.
I, sbaL.Laatfuger.'baa" .,,/eol red Capt. ;J.'W. Miller who had about Mr. and Mrs.. 3. A. MacNab have In "(hood Will" branch we CATALOOve. ....s. d...... I Lu.d' ens *syetem assists. 1 thai sort ..lv 5
I. our ol endur
i.vant at work on the streets this 700 boxes' himself. In addition to arrived \Mr. McNab on Saturday who Don't let the band of time paint wrinkles on wildhereat.l. ..a'b p."r, Store.Mothers .
'$ ...k( and some excellent work has" this amount there were several hundred and Mrs. Mo Nab on. Wednesday of have a dear old lady over eighty kind acts. THE EXCELSIOR SEED FARM f your faoe. Keep young. .bj keeping tie) blood euo* Price, 16"01 safely' Luod. ..ru, Hoaey .a4"
her .
, 5' en done In placing pine needles In -boxes shipped by rail from Crescent last week. They are guests ab All spends One member days distributes doing lovely flowers THI ORIPPINO BHO*. c. S nureandtbe.
#! s-roadway on Central avenue and City Junction. i"I View Cottage.. others cheer with Another P. O. Ba Ift O. J..I..Pis. IISt. youth. disease and .Ie...... bring old 1. U contaIns noopiates.' no ol"e puleoiuh.
I% outh Mala street.. It will thus, be '.eel) that ,the estimate songs. and has Ir.1 00". Lounila' Drug Store. Lua.Drug Store.
Th.Inight. of Sunshine bad an works among children
S made the '
of >>.11I10'boxes by _
,: 'kj. ',M.... M. M. Dawsvn who has been News. early In the fall was about correct. Interesting. meeting on Saturday afternoon formed a nnior branch "Knights of ---------- -5- S -

\JWv.rely; ill at GroveTHall during the, The News also estimated Capt. and a number of new members Sunshine" numbering fifteen. Johns River by D yll.nt. '
past three .eek..1a now said to be Miller's at 700 boxes and the' were added to the roll. A meet We have a blessed sunshine baby. .'I'wo ::i

. B lowly reoorrerinir.'though she Is till actual amount crop !will not fall a dos n Ing will be hold. Saturday< and All help and all are learning to develop The Beach &. Miller Line,

Confined to her room and .is. under. weather permitting. Ice cream wllibe. especial or! latenb gifts for Increasing ROUNDDOLLM'RS
boxes ..
he> ear of a trained.Barset Capt.short.. Miller states that S with 5.a favorable served and it Is hoped that enough happiness, and to give of S Steamer CRTSCENT.S

oan be sold to other than members to their best by bringing their purest Leaves Jackson' on Taeadsym.Thnredaya'! !
Benien the in Immediate '
this for $
Mr. W. "W. terminated a season crop for Ursan love. tailor Black tress Suits
.''I thoughts and gentlest manners. and Saturdays t: a. m. Can be saved by taking our
oDth'. stay at Orovs Hall laet Mon., vicinity the coming season defray expenses PnlRlka crescent and principal Way a.wol mae
to want
encourage (1t ,
Ib would -1111 pleasure When ,
.S ay, leaving, that day for a trip down ought to totaL,10.00O.boxes.) (, 1'I'lIe'' The Epworth Ieague held its other give communities In Florida tuttimilnir leaves Wednesdays common price $10.0 you
rrawent city on '
.! |he east coast to Miami where he danger ot frlMlle will be ov"r in three regular; meeting Sunday evening, to lake up the work which we are Fridays and Mondays at T s. m.JaoksonvtUewbartandoflleefool Clothing Dry Goods, Notions,' Shoes or
Till stay a week. He will also spend weeks. ]I. Miss Phoebe Palmer leadldg. LaursStreet "V&r
will become to them an inspireSton o rubue.' W.
week each lu 'aim-Beach, and S -wOdew- sur Telephone HR.PH In our line we Ian save you fru 15 to M per o"nl. 'on yuj*> _
Rev. J. K. Ford p..tor'of tile M. and a blessing.' atka wherE (hot o I Ionian. street. lot,f amongthem ot workIng *
Wanhlogton received a new
then to
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j1-.1 Daytoaa. go $1OOUe'ward. E.church went toSatsuma last Saturday MAST L.. BRACT Lake Como. sola shoe ( cent S'

ttla ora I home faV' in laT*Albany" before, N.Y.retumliig Mr. Ben-to I;wnl'pay: <>ul hundred' dhllarfe reward to fill his appointment President O o.nI Will Circle m pair.ej that Mew go ot of 1 Window fust. Also Bbadee.men* and] by. "Mit&TetfooppeavSiLoo for,1

for the arrest and'oonvlctlon preach on Sunday. "S Branch ot I. S, B. < '
$' 'I en state that hs hopes to visit D &
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The Ony.Klrby 'Vt.,1tlh'/f./ They Feel Onite fill. Mr. and) Mrs. T. L. Elwood and Amrty FLOIIAHOME LETTER Griffin & Co.
The lianilHomo, < rouldotice of Mr. und Editor PALATKA NUW8.: i$ City fiappcnluas, aud .$ of friends left for n trip up the ,
St. Johns river Sanford '
beyond on Pros. John C. Vanatta arrived on
Mrs. D. M. Palatka I[ Patton
Kirby on Inlghl s Anderson chapter of the
; Personal mention. the yacht Doozle lout) Monday. Friday of last week, bringing with 188 -1 02.
brilliant loot Monday of the
suene daughters Confederacy desire
i Judge C. I, Rowton, Tom Holden him his wife and three children ,to
; evening the occasion being the through your columns to express its and If. Merwln\ all big Indians amrepresenting spend several months. a.nd.< T7x7trSts." :

wedding of their daughter Miss Kate:' thanks to the citizens of Palatk In the midst of Lent we are In Okeehumpkee tribe of A large. force of men Is-clearing Cox.: 3L.ero.orL: .

:t to George Edward Ony. who so kindly aided In the entertainment doubt. Rod )Men In this city left for Daytona land In the orchard tract preparatory WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN

Promptly 6:30: the wedding party of its guests, the delegates to last Monday\ whither they wentto to planting more pecan and
C. Carman has returned from a
I_ 4 attend. the Great Council of all the peach orchards. Sash Blinds, faints Oils Lead Plows, Plow Fixtures Cultivators
entered the spacious pnrlor where the state convention recently heldIn trip to New York. Doors ,
_ '- good! Indians of the state. ;klb 1 Is Barbed Wire Smooth wire
':''' they were met by Rev. Douglims our city to the Gem tluarcl On Tuesday sixteen acres of pecans Iron Stool Seeders Hoes Bakes
'' ; City Jesse E. Burtx of Gainesville, was purely a peace council and the scalp Wire Netting. Staples Tin Rooting Oor1ugnted Drills, Scythes,
/ 1 I Matthews of $t. Murks Church, who for the use of their Armory; to the In Palatka Monday.Chan. \ of Duytonluns are In no danger (rout were set out for Mr. A. Baldwin by Rooting Tarred Roofing l'aper
i..... the Tommy Hawk or Tommy Holden. the company. Well OurbBnathea, PoUto Forks. Shovels, Spades,
: ) .. performed ceremony according proprietors of the Arlington and E. Thlgpln of San Mateo. Roofing Nails. Sewer Pipe,

,: 7( i; : ,: to the elaborate ritual of the Kplsco- (Uraham hotels for entertainment of was' visiting In the city Monday John O. Speck and Dr. Mayo hold I Mr. A. O. Woodcock and family log, Chimney Flue. '""'I o"xu., Saws Cutlery, Mill Supplies,
and Mrs. H. C. Tucker from Inter- Powder. Wads Caps.
the this Shells ,
:.. church. record for duck shooting : Cartridges '
_- ;'Ij;' 4t pal delegates and to Messrs John Q. Ernest Owen of Sninuma., spent season on the St. Johns river. They lochen spent, Saturday afternoon Pnmer. shot, Saw Handles Axe Handles -I Packing, Illea Pumps, Babbit Metal',
<: The bride looked, charmingly beautiful Tllghman and John Speck for their Saturday in the city with friends. were out; (Saturday on' Mr. Speck,s here. : Rake Bandies. Hoe Handles -

_ Ji',: as she was eHcorted by her father boats for an excursion up the St Mrs.\ W C. Snow Is entertaining launch 'l'he Spray, and succeeded In Mr. Thou. Tilden has moved Into Hammer Handles File Handles, Stoves Plumbsgo, Woodonwftre.Tinware Gran.

Into the presence of the olHcliUing Johns river, and to dipt. Henry Y. her nleco, Mrs.\ Royce of Vermont. bagging58 birds in the short time his new home Just east of the town Steve! Furnishings, Step ladders Cash Iteware lantern and Burners.'
clergyman being for of nine hours and forty-five minutes limits. The house Is two stories, six Drawers .
radiantly (Snow and Col. Holmes Erwin Mr. W. H. Mann pent the first
S. J. Hllburn P. M. Hagan and Mr.
r I gowned In white moiiHsnllne* over their gallant attentions and courtesy two days of the present week in the Speck! were out for ducks on 'J'lIe8day; rooms has, plastered bath throughout.sinks and sewerage It also -- Remember we carry'
a room,
r white tallota, trimmed with embroidered as* escorts on that delightful excur- city.Col. morning and brought; iu 45 members system. The Celebrated O. K. Stoves and Ranges.IN .

,r. t Iij muslin andValencliu'slnoe, and slon. Respectfully! It. W. Bard of Norwalk was of the feathered tribe. ,

i '\'," :, L carrying a beautiful bouquet of KATe VKRTRBBB WALTON, tranHitctliigbuslness, In the city Wed The steamer La Reve has been advertising The company has Just Issued consistlnf a new I FITTING DEPARTMENT
pamphlet, STEAM
,. i! : brides rose Secretary nesclay. chartered by Dr. Graham a tourist purely of testimonials from people OUR

,,', l'' The groom tall, and one of the ..... Mr.' Scott Smith of Kentucky from Providence R. I., who with his living( here. JFrom.. the wllllngnes WJS CABBY A FULL LINE OF'

: .i/i/ f'' handsomest men In the city spoilt Sunday here with his uncle, L daughter as Ills only companion has with which these letters were given
young! The Public Library. A. Smith. gone on a 12 days pleasure' trip to thheadwaters
it appears that the settlers at Flora- :ZE='1 ittlxaLgre Guages
i i (, wan attended by Mr. Herbert Wilson of the St. Johns river :2PIp: : ,
B. Moore of Phlladolphin' home are generally pleased
:Mr. Clarence T. very
Voley McCraney St. Augustine -
as best man. 160) miles above Sanford. The LR
.. .: The parlor decorations were clo- who line shown a practical. I Is in the city on a short visit to Reve has been neatly fitted out as a with their Investments here. \/ o..J.. ves, : tc. -

Interest In the library former oo home folks. houseboat and the owner', Mr. John An interesting program was offered
gantly tasteful and the scene. presented coslons' has recently added the fol- Mrs. G. W. Pollard has been confined Q. Tllghiuan does quite a business at at the regular monthly meeting of We make a specialty ol Sanitary Plumbing and Steam Fitting.A. .

: as the ceremony progressed wits lowing attractive books to Its shelves: to her home several days withIn this season of the year In chartering the' temperance organization on
it one of rare beauty.At attack of fever. It to pleasure seekers. Wednesday evening. Debates and ,-- ..
"Casting of Nets" by Bngot; "The readings! music by a quartette and GEO. E. B. MERRILL,
,. the close of the solemn Ball 4Ryan's E. WILSON,
ceremony "Flnnegan's Kearney PBBBIDBNT.'T.
Lawyer E. E. Haxkell has
True Mr.[ Penn, by Fisher; "Gold recitations were the main; features CASal_.
will hold the Viol .
the bridal party and Invited his office to; the building directly opposite -
_ i to the Diggings of Cape Horn" by Spears; the court house.. boArdsat Fry's opera) house on Saturday Mr. Chas Tilden who has been '
guests repaired room
? d.lnlnl "Short( History of the Kngllsh Peo night next. It Is stated that the spending the winter with his brother Bank
l c where a most tempting wedding supper plo" by Green; "Education of the Mrs. Patton Anderson entertains I play has been entirely ro-writto has returned. to his home In St. Putnam, National
.- was served In courses. The twble Miss Jennie M. Greenwood of tit; this season... There Is said to be Louis.
? decoratoins were violets. American Citizen by Hadley; Louis, Mo., a few days last week. many clever comedians and pretty
"Purls of To-Dny" by Whitelng; In the well Frosty nights and freezing tempo Of Pa1atka.
,' Those In addition to the Guy Brothers have had a handsome girls; company as as many,
:$ v T present "John Henry," by MoHugh. The unique specialties. and that the audience ratures again remind us that here,
new sign put on one of the window
:;;! Immediate family of the bride were as well as in the north spring has to
t ... Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Kirby, M,,". library association appreciates very of their down town establishment. bears may Very prepare little to resemblance see somethlllgthat to make several efforts before making a We solicit the accounts of the people throughout Putnam County, and tender all

heartily this gift of Mr. Moore. If there is fast black in the successful entrance to the Banking. ,
dames H.A. Brown and T. \V. Ralph, a city; former presentations of Finnegan'sBall. stage. the courtesies and aooommoilatlons, consistent with good .
Two Geological AU*ses of Oregon whose religion kept him from attorn!. .
,. Misses Ethel Kirby, a cousin from A. J. Knave has three large tobacco -
Ing the tent Rhow lost him
night give
been recelved
and West Virginia have bade
planted. He has had
Those who attended the grand year
Auburn N. Y., Aida Emits Leone (a,, harp.
j -
*. from the U. H. Department of the opening of Mr. Heating's casino at of experience in Kentucky and i III
Ennls Pansy Devereux, Alice Prld- Interior at Washington. If the people Miss Belle Buddington of Green. (Seabreeze on Monday say it was one fully convinced that large profits can

Q ;. dy and Alice Whlteside. Mesert.'S \ of Palatka will aid the library by Cove Springs, was in the city the of the most auspicious Inauguration he made In growing this crop here
,, .. Herbert Wilson Eugene Gay Just petit week visiting relatives and of public place ever given in Flor The' soil, he says Is just adapted to

_ ; ,. Perkins, and S. Z. Coburn. .becoming regular patrons and con friends. Ida. Tha place was literally packet Its needs. At San Mateo, twenty empty Kerosene\ Barrels
be ableto miles south-east of
trlbutors the managers will The schooner R. T., Rundlett of with people guests of lit,, manage Florahome theyare
At late hour the broke
_; : party up keep<< it up to date, and to continue New York Is taking a cargo of cy ment. Mr.\ Keating dispensed honpltality ) having. great success with tobacco -
_ t.tt 5 and the guests departed showering with a lavish hand. lee and especially can they produce
.. to buy the best and newest books as preMM> shingles at Tilghman's mill for \A7eintecl.
4t ,, best wishes on the newly wedded Salisbury, Md. cream cakes and lemonade constituted 1- a very fine wrapper tobacco that I Is *
,. ;, and radlently they come from the press. the refreshments. The must gaining a wide reputation.
happy couple.
s*, : Mr. and Mrs. Uny took the night a. .. The tramp steamship Oeo. FarewelL I was grand, and many. enjoyed tle' Mr. and Mrs:, A: J., Roberts have Write the
$ came into port last SlItur.lllYnnd ; dancing. Daytona and Buabrue/!<< had occasion to in
c, steamer for Jacksonville, from which \Vlmt Horn Trustees Are Doing is taking on a cargo of lumber I turned out en masse.. have been blessed rejoice with, that aUditlo they

t tt place they went on a short trip down Asked what the Bond Trustee from the Wilson mills. an KRIDQO.PaIatF1a.JUST J: .
_ : One of the most enjoyable euchre to their family-a brand new,baby.

: the east coast. were doing, Dr. Crlll president of Rev. and Mrs. N.'J. Tllghmnn! entertained parties of the season was given at Last week the young people' had a

They,will be at home at the tiny the board said "Very little so far/ their grandchildren at dinner the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Kirby gay time at the home of F. Jail

residence on Kirby street after February beyond getting figures from litho Monday In honor of Miss Helen. on Palatka Heights last Frld.i They called the occasion a "tack
27th. Tilghman's tenth birthday evening Miss Edna: Kirby In hon- party" and the guests. vied with ellch
gruphers as to the cost of printing.) or of her cousin Miss Ethel Kirby of -- -- -:--; -
other In the outlandlshnesa of
j their
Robert James and L. O. Canova
: The form of the bond has been agreed Auburn. N. Y. There were about 40
jr., attended the opening of Mr. KoatIng's coatumes. Big sweet potatoes were
_ _
; f upon and l prepared and this has been : casino and bath house at Daytona Invited guests present who a majority of granted! as prizes: and the! awarding RECEIVEDNEW FRESH WESTERN
them from the went
Prof. The city out on caused much merriment.
UromluH Lecture. approved by the city attorney. beach Monday evening. ,
the shreet oar chartered for the occasion. *. "
I The lecture of Prof. Edmund K. trustees are going slowly and doing Isaac Thomas of Hastings was I In The prize a handsome sliver HELP WANTED- ANO'FLORIDA _
Spare time of
t Broadus of the Stetson University. the work right at every step. There the city on business yesterday. Mr. violet vase wan awarded to< Mix Intelligent men and women-Goot CHOP OFkandrth's

at the rooms of the Woman's Fortnightly have been several inquiries from Thomas states that potatoe farmers Genevieve Merrill she-halving made l'aY-IJall on Stegman at the-Qra, .MEATS
Club last New York capitalists as to when the In his section are greatly In need of the highest score. Refreshment hfc.ni. today between 2 and 4 o'clock. Garden Seed
Friday evening
served .
rain. were at 11 o'clock.A Go to the Palatka Market.
C r waialltemry feast/ lu theme thought bonds would be placed/ on the mark. AN'l'jojj-To rent a piano for 8 City
_ Mrs.. F. C. Cnchrane entertained lamp left burning In the establlshment months. "S. C. Warner Palatkmu'WANTEDSewing Wholesale
and expression. All. who were privileged et. Tills will bo done as soon as they the Duplicate Whist Club at her of Mr. Ernest oil Lemon FOB ( Retail)

4 to< be present were' delighted. can be printed when we will advertise home on Tuexdav afternoon the lax street came near causing a fire of regular prices. Satisfaction by the day at THOS. HOLDEN, Prop.

The subject of the lecture was, "The for bids. Yes I think they will meeting of the club until after the some consequence early Monday nf- teed. Apply' Mrs. B. M. Sorrell guaran I\t SPRIG PLANTING Sausage Poultry Bacon
,, 1 lenten season.' noon. Vslery Thomas and ThosUlngham ,
: ,: Beginning of the Drama." The lecturer sell at a good premium. They ore Mrs. S. E. Bond's.

,; traced the ,gradual. decadence of /Ilrst-class and there is no reason why Miss Emma Red fern of Augusta. boys discovered together a dense with several tiuoke in other the FOR RENT-At Welaka, a pleas- Hums, ) tc.

_ .4._ S : the ancient Greek dramu to Its. entire they shouldn't." Ga, who has been visiting friends at store room and upon investigation It ant five-room cottage with kitchen 1t Store 433 Lemon St., Palatka,.' Fla.

M disappearance and the extinction The doctor stated that it would be Crescent City during the pout several was found that a lamp on the floor, anti dining room. Apply box 113. City Drug Phone 17.
weeks, IH now in J'amtka, the guest used for heating bun Wolakmt, Fla. tf ,
- of the dramatic art from the world Impossible to get them on the market of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. B. McKenzIe purposes was 'FOR SALE Finest
ing high and smoking badly. They gold and si ll-
in the dark ages. Two faint linns of in time to go "helld with street The children's cake walk at the gave the alarm and a crowd soon ver' flsh only 25 cents each. Seedling Harry E. Stewart.

: connection between the ancient and work this spring, as owing to the Armory Monday evening was an enJoyable congregated some of which forced pecan trees grown from large pecan,

: ; modern drama were the productionof state quarantine regulations the work affair, though not so well at- an entrance. through a rear door and I 10( cents each. Address WAI/TK F. C. Corsets
of tearing city streets would not tended as on former occasion owing; extinguished the light before any THOMAS. feb 0-at PRESCRIPTIONSCAREFULLY:
J.i't.: : a few dramatic pieces by monks up to the severity of the weather and damage resulted. ,other than blacking m e K S
-- and the use of the dialogue form of be permitted after May lilt until the numerous attractions. the ceilings, show cases and fixture NOTICE. COMPOUNDED. AMERICAN BEAUTIES

.? ,, composition, resembling somewhat fall. sheriff Is author After short funeral services at St
:Deputy Kennerly. At A mflrttnffortha city Oimnnll bald. W. .
t. In h...
-.5. I the Book of Job These were used.. a- ty lor roe statement; rnat on a recei Marks church.last Friday the bodyof (:oonoll Vb","".. February nib, Inn, .h.1 .. -,h... Intjrl .n
r4- exclusively for religious Instruct lout. rortnlifhtly Club Moetliiir. hunting trip with T. C. Holden of Mr.\ W. C. Snow was shipped by lJcArtl, o!iniplvtml!' the mvlHlnn' of the OUT lu. 01'1' ThIN nitACIt. .$51
i sTan HfioKs,irom winch mae Cullowlua. uuioawnte O Ocean House ... .1...._. riorttl. *. rud.huip.
4 that to Brattleboro Vt. wher
; ie The modern drama. hud its beginning Hawthorn gentleman brough express < of the 'Vamall' D to
The regular meeting (Opposite lOa..1OpeD )
the Interment will take Mrs ..
down 10) quail at one shot and that place. WAUUNO. O (l-A."n.) L. A.I Doris ..
.. In the Introits ofthe Roman Catholic Fortnightly club was held at !i ifi birds were bagged in the half dRY Snow Is the only beneficiary under MMki; ciirrr, A..Di i FDa. t. W 0.) MoDoo.1,1, > ..l1lh.'. .. Hat.M.OO loCUOpcrdtj.: fiafurw.nd .

t 1J mass service. The Introits led on to the clubroom Friday afternoon February hunt. the will, as she Is the ouly survlvo Jtcobt H.o. Mdlwiii. Bon, H.'ntri, U. Li: W Hobvru lt.n>,,,W.W.T.A. sleuth, CHAS. KUPPERBUSCH Prop'r. .tleeol ovoryaors lunder
JI :'t.1.t t the Moralities and out of these arose Instead of having an executor 111"[ TwoJ( )- Aimrn. <
Mrs.J. H.
7th. Haughtou
pro The chnrchly man will now avoid pointed she has requested Mr. G. Lo- D.S.it Obtu."., 0. P.m|l Cbllra 4.uH.t.o ilo tHIe
.: ?.o .t. the Interludes and from the Inter. siding in the absence of the pre"ldent the world and flesh and will pretendnot Bailey to take charge ns .. I (e'dwhu. ta M.iOr. ..VMI.W.t, U.rrl..,i,7wwUDNo. _0.' IIb..el
per agenof
JudescameComedy. The to know the devil when be meet N.m| .| Jonon, 1.. l>.j Eollar, H.i' W..at_
while :
mean A full account of the meeting of her late husband's business alfair O".Jh AT. 'I .
: i Lumpklna I Jmti HUM I M. '
Mon.y' _
wr* ; a Morality was written in England the State Federation( Cresoen him. However, the devil Is a for and thin Mr. Bailey has consented to Kiln?, Alei* H.nul<1..l. A.m i Stph.ns J. T'I 1'0 ..
lt Klvlngoiiss and he'll be on deck do. He has D. S. Hmlttt, r, l.i HtrlpllDK, W. M.I| Tuokor 7. U. New Line ofSIirttVaists funded _"..
with Just requested Tingle
John .
J HrtJ' King as the central figure. City 'was. read by Miss McGregor the same. in the sweet spring WAHU Mo.THHKE i p1.-cone: Pou.ri Oonrrtitl' four ''W..k.! '
; oi; \p .f And the of San Mateo and John T. Bond of( Wm.t Ctum P. L.I Elder, 0. 1I.| Uanuoy. 1*. J.:
so medliuval
world advanced 1
: one of the delegates.Mrs. holding no grudges.Mr. this city to take an inventory of the MllulelJ' ., .MolAr". C. A'I( Uuu. ", W.O'I trial If eor.t le

; to the comedies and historical! Cochrane read the address of A. I). Tucker of Florahom furniture stock, after which'; It Is his' T ,W.ni'....n.,No.I,o.Cavil ((4>-Adam.. O. ..1 B...., A. ; not tiefaictarx.

: i4 plays of Shakespeare. Mrs. W."W. Cummer, president of was. In the city in attendance upon) purpoBe to dispose of the stock 1 In O.i liolluftor U. S,i Ottrwuod, U. B.I OrabtMrr. Also
d The development, of thought the meeting for the organization of bulk if possible. J. K.i Huughton" M.Jtt.i Luuipkliii.Q.B.I,Lump. LooK for this .
was/ the State Federation which was of Hill.J.H.I Muuirer, A. B.j Mun Oeo. Z.t Full Tr de> Martian
u_.t :. & : logical clear. and simple the illustrations much Interest to the; member of the the forthcoming Farmer's Institute Prof. Chas. McMurray has rented gulnlan: J. J.m i swwart, M. W.i smut,: B. J.t:: Assortment lned of .....l.
Mr. Tucker atll.J
was formerly a practical K.1 Bmith.5.J.i Smith
the Peek residence and with his fam- Summer
even illuminating and the : l.1C'F'.a:;; md box.
club. farmer in Kansas. He moved to Kiv(5)( )-eland, F.

: ; Dijt language choice and chiuite. Prof. The literary program was next taken Florida two years ago, and likes the 11V McMurray is now occupying Is a distinguished the house.educator Dr.. D.I LUIUM. Uiiuglilon.,, J. E.m. .,...H.I....,""W."koo".OIl..1 U.! | Million, |,ioll W. ,U., J.V, Neon .. Hamburg 'and Swiss KALAMAZOOCORSET '

: Broiidus' next lecture is set for Feb. state. B.| 1-amera' I. M. Pruliu A. M. ,
| 8u.
the subject for the' afternoon and the author of several valuable .t. : 1 Embroideries and
l.. up S : .
; lou, A Sraltb, *dw rdi B.ul, June. ,
t4&l. : 28,and the subject Is. "Hhakesp'enre." being China. The alarm ofII'/ ''' last Monday books on educational, topics, and WABa .,..*\ftl-A..er.' \ B.nl Amezeuder" CO.
t, t.t ; Is here for a three month's rest. His Pseish. aueiumm Wm.. A.b. SOoth its.mmleu. Hosiery '
Miss McLean of the faculty of Instructive and entertaining morning was caused by the discover s. Sol M e K .. r ette
Several 5 Cummugs! W. ,
very in I M.I Duster C. D" >Mmd' .
t' the
of Just received
of fire the roof of the residence of training department at
fi IiW Stetson will lecture "' on< 5150 'llSmS, H. ui. E.mus 0. lame .
rro.msn > M
Feb. toK.
21 on 1'he N.j Net. >
ot eoo.
on the birthplace of the State Normal school : :::: _
tr; J. U. Iluughton In the north part of aDeKalb uni, :T Mutter, Win.t OooffiKtii. vY/lle:| Ogle,.., I
-, t ;Industrial Revolution." civilization the Emperor and :Empress the city. 'l'heIre/ caught from 1\ ,' 111., from the duties of Ad"1! GrlniM' ttlcbrwli.
;: The Fortnightly Club deserves the Dowager were read by Mrs spark from a burning out chimney which position he has been given a /rliitfton:uklnK' ,,btfipHoii Mm.i JetckooD.Uolifiy:: Jarneai, J.; W.i.'JODM jftiu 0., llMrtM'. P.m],, FOR SALE BY

.r thanks and patronage of all lovers of James Burt followed by a very In- and won extinguished with slight leave of absence for 18 months< that IUHJ LUOIM.. Win.i LOOM., w. J.t, Maaoo. Al...| THE 8. E.' BOND COMPANY
he revise his books. the value Nmmugemgsn, More :
may Job.g Muimmi..b .
damage.Rev. .
., ttA literature In our city for their laud terestlng paper on the religion, liter of which to the cause or' education MImdmmomm:: : lie.'; some I ),,.M. A.; Sou.e.ul: We :

iir. able undertaking of securing the serVices ature science and art of China by Wm. Stones, pastor of the have been generally recognized by Oubliuon iettemit' zdsrdm, D.vlcli. .. P..n R..b.. ....,.H.l.J.,1 B.i 1'11.kln, ttaumliira, L.I DR. H. C. WELCH '

&"; : of these excellent lecturers' for Miss Maud McKenxle. Baptist church wishes us to remind the lending educators of the country. 'Ihon,,..: Smith, A. MIII..I..K. L.| Soll.rT. Less :rha.nS
(S the people) that Rev. A. J. Reumy Dr. McMurry has spent several I", 81'<..d., M.I Woolen, I. H i While' ,, Joeeiib> Will be at his office la CBE8CBN
t the people of P :Iatka. T. p. H. After the close of the program the will commence a series of revival in Wimnlnirlon. Oeo.i wuhln. ..., W. L. .
years Europe studying methods of WASII No. Heveil (i>-Ainbnwe. w. T.I. Buer ,. CITY oil : :: 4:-Eri.ce.: :
Thursday and Satu
_-----_- meeting adjourned.-Press Reporter. services at the First n..ptlKthurch<< leaching. a..T i Bnuull I.u.m. uue, Warreni Ur.4. Fridays .
; ... on Monday!" next the 17th at 7:30: p. I. lejr. Will i DrownT.B.i Bennett., T. El. Con. day. of each week.
The Fanner's Institute m. and to sav that everybody 'is in- _Tire! well.knowl.Spooner Dramatic 1. i.l telesis! A 1,1 i Carroll B.Carroll| op. One 4-seated, a spring ,wagon, newlies
vlted to attend and help make the company opened Its engagement at Oouiyem'sJ." d.1. Fowler. M. A.. Foi... D. 5.. --

la response to the notice for a Resolution Convention"Ilewpect of U. U.Passed C. << meetings successful.. the opera house in this city on Mon- Ore.rgwI.r.,,B.OW,P.m, urL. P.:;s.n.t.'z.i: : : ; :::.;. Office on Central ,Avenue. and wheel., suitable for one person

meeting for the purpose of arranging by day night with the presentation of 101.>I.TI HCtmuuJem, IIUla.. B S., amsea or a load of 1,100 pounds.-
t't ( The following resolutions of respect Mr. BenJ. N. Bradt of Huntington the five-act drama entitled. TimeSailor 1'. L., B.db", V. H'I Huinoook. D. 1'.1 Iteisu.
7 for a Farmer's Institute! for 8.Ui fl5ui,,. W. U.'hl.a, I. .Also tools bolu
A.u lI.m.
was in the city Tuesday for the pur- and the company put up a d'lmiM.Ju H..f. aere.s. sulphur
Florida Hs.n ,
Palatka, published In the News lust were passed by state pose of setting In motion the organization !- good show as it usually does. The Jeme.: Johfl5fl; .: L. 8, John.un u : it: Li P.m Jo.4 Jole'm: O.Lopez BAILIT. CIIAA M.BILLIARD soap, spray, etc.
week quite a gathering, of farmers division United Daughters of the for Farmer's Institute for house[ was comfortably /filled. On J.Sme.i JohnS, 1.i, Jbns. L. W.KII..lla, A. H.I pump,

and local business men assembled Confederacy on the death Mrs. Robt.V. Putnam county in Palatka.. From Tuesday night an equally) large au'JI MAnuoWsM eube.-i.::,: ,'fl.O.i i N.wberr7JohmOe.in',ru.; J. B p MuVpbVT, w.Jerym: John Wetherbee,

In the parlors of the Arlington hotel \ Davis who died in Washington, here Mr.' Bradt went to Plant City ence witnessed the "Two Orphans." Price., L.I, Poster .. L j m Settee., O. W.i, Be z.g* G. LOPER1LEY[ [ X CO.
where he will address an Institute "A Lawyer's Wedding" on "Wednesday "', I,<5.) | Bh.llJ. J. ji Tedder B i '1'<>..a. rrultland: lie
Tuesday morning. Kov. Dr. J. W.: D. C., January 20 1902: on one of the topics assigned him by; night again brought out a large; nail Thumae,: And:, Hlohi raw i\ Tldwell Whit,I 1., B.hi.m:':Webber Tucker., .Jamee ((7 mile west of Crescent. .city.)

i'F// : McGregor of this city was olilled to Whereas, He who doeth all things the Agricultural College.The'reKldenee house. The company will give another Anr. peraon wlioee a.... Mar *a,. bees Fire Insurance:
/ well has seen fit to call to her eternal .. ,
: entertainment tonight and wronnCully or noo".I, atrlokea ( aal
the chair and Mr. Robert rums
; t W. Kvllle home our beloved Mrs. Davis; and. of P. P. Walking, a conclude Its engagement Friday' R..!.,lr.llon Book "ae per a...,.. lut, who lOel ,
_, ;: was made secretary. Whereas To cherish the memoryof merchant of Putnam Hall was de- night. The Spooner company has d.wlibln,of eleotloa a'-line not to ials be beld then In ten the da>> before the -Leading American and< ForeignCoinanes

Mr. B. N. Bradt of Huntington our sainted dead with that airoo strnyed by fire at noon on Monday. caught t the Palatka public and there Ii....( April nexl., meSs viiuh. fatit city appear on he lo lb.lIb When it comes to

appointed by the Agricultural College tlonate veneration and regard which The furniture: wan all saved. It Is III no doubt but what it could fill the Mitlnfacllon" ol tb. City Council. such' he enlileil .. .
f their excellencies merit inspired .stated that Mr. Watklns to hav loll name restored to lbs Bo,...
to look after Institute matters In only )purchased louse nightly for a UO day engage ration 800.....
be It the house few days before ment.. The city council will meet on the Third Accident Insurance:
this county explained the nature of "Besolved That we regret the loss the fire, and that lie had not had the Tumday In ktszebsu.utup." : m. for the Duruoe" TABLE SUPPLIESWe

; the proposed Institute and the conditions 1 of one whose life. was fruitful of leeds recorded. The loss Is total for A sensational rumor to the effect of b.remorlns.. barn...ronoo"time uaraea.., of ft5>.persons whichEXECUTORY The Travelers of Hartford
that Ilrlch.
under which they be many good works and that we anal here was no insurance.The adangorous criminal had taken Br: orderot/ III.Oo..aoll.1.1I.BucawUL,0"rOI.rll.. < .
: 4 :: may keep enshrined In our hearts as a up hili abode within the city limits have an Idea that
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t; secured to the different counties. He acred legacy the memory of her home of Dr. and Mrs. George last HAtllIfL17.' caused some AVAlfAmen February I" """I. Ufe Insurance: we can pleas

also stated his belief that Falatka whose life with Its many and varied E. Welch was the scene of a very ton the, I tr."t.iVillte. man you and not. at the same time. unnecessarily

i:4 was the proper place for holding duties which were so cheerfully. ,per- pleasant> surprise party lest Saturday by the name of Dr. Milton. rented a SALE OF LAND The Old Reliable "Oerraania deplete your exchequer.To .
the Oak .
: formed. night same being given In honor cottage on street Friday mornIng "
t such an Institute for Putnam county. "Ue olved, That to the sorrowing of Mlsn Belle The young people and his mysterious actions AT LCTION. Life" of New York. supply .

.- The sense of the gentlemen present.. husband and children. In extending carried a goodly supply of refreshment caused snme suspicion. It leakedout To b..sold at public auction I In front of the S
T was unanimous In favor, of holdingthe our doepestsympathy. we would say i with them and the evening Saturday; morning that he was .pout omen In tmmtmnt City March, Miii at 10
Institute, and on motion the 'Your loss seems great t. but then wan pleasantly spent In playing wanted in Sanford for forging\: a .of- m.Und rorciwu with to'be blghaulT,' bidder, .1!, acre Marine Insurance: Wholesome
houm.out-bulldlnil' Ediblesat
; and check for $iM on Mr. O. N. : : and oraiiie
chairman authorised to 'tis measured by her gain. games a general !good Cane i.l r' v In Section SI.. Towtiahlp it, IUa .
was : appoint 2*
In resignation you''11 /find sweet comfort time. Thero were about DO present. hat place. Sheriff Howell visited Also" uogurre.ouistiha. ) "Section"" |. Town.b.p'. The Leadimg
... an executive committee on local /arrangements. '- to soothe your pain; the house Saturday, evening but the t.othsims I 1'J, itengeis" 'both!! :Mi'f:'\' '"'kr: the Hu55s1,. Companies.
C Cot. D. M. Coffman. editor bird had / tm'soi.1,4 b.moni t the And ther 's the knowledge precious and proprietor flown und his whereabouts Sernum jetbeu-.s. ... of All Claims cost our ambition

Thla committe consists of W. A. that when thin life In done. of the Times-Republican and III unrevealed. Dr. Milton, alias Dr. ThU irth day of"..... A. D. in*. Promptly The store Is literally filled with
You too the bleedings she a prominent citizen of Roc-kwood Clay claimed to be a practicing phylolaa ES
1' Russell, 8. J. Kennedy and Itobt. has so may nobly reap won.' Tenn., is in the city for a few weeks of 17 years experience. His j..U. U. Cow.''.'..''..'D.. '''' Settled. Rood things.

W. Evllle. The committee was empowered J. N. *" Islting his wife and daughter whore _.. .u.._. ____m".__ 4.._. ......__ _.h...S. ._ DD.___ t.-..... _ _ Executor.*.
to appoint sub-committees WHITNBB spending the winter at Mrs. Saturday their visit. was Interrupted omoe. 18 Front St., PALATXA, Fu. GOOD TEA and COFFEE.
1 1" M4 "MRS. H E. STOCKBBIDOB (tray's.: This Is not Col. Coffman'sret by the doctor's hasty depar-
? .t and for an Institute to beheld For
prepare "Mad. S. J. HILBURN." visit to Florida he having at one ure. Sheriff Howell when .asked. Sale. GOOD BUTTER

S some time about the middle of -...-.--- time occupied prominent Federal about the matter. said: "No doubt ; European a Restaurant! ,
March. position Iii the land office at Galn the doctor la slick "
;' s- a piece of goods. On lot. on upper Lemon Finest of HAM and BACON.We .
,;c The Institute will last one day but ille.
It wilt Interest local readers to '
there will be-morning, afternoon and know that Mr. T. B. Hart)?,. former. Under the auspices of the Palatka Ths Wilson Cypress Company of treet, 50 feet front. 150 feet Furnished Roooms deliver goods to part

evening sessions, probably In the ly editor of a paper in this city I Is Voruan's Park: Association( the Pan- 'alatki. has bought a log landing on deep with two buildings Hot any'
court house. Prof. H. F. Stock bridge now a successful, school teacher at American Electrical, Carnival will the Ooklawaba river from A.. M. onpropel.r. and ,Cold Baths of the City.
Brownvllle In the. southern part of Rive an exhibition at the opera house Browning and will begin at an early In business section
-t of the Agricultural College, and at the Htate. Mr. Uartlg has a large I next Wednesday evening', February date to build a railroad from there to .AtROBERT

p iimkl least two .p k.rt. ability on various school many pupllH coming from a 9th. It ia a boxed up moving ploureof what la known aa Redding swamp of city next to the Grainger

phases of .agricultural work will distance and boarding the town. the Pan-Amerinart exposition where the company has a large imdy tand. Apply to write LH. Stephens

l. be present and the Institute can be He has also made arrangement for It .hows President Mo Kin ley mak- of fine cypress timber.' They will or JAMES1SIUMMM ,
so continuing the work: as a private InR' his wt speech and records,the use a skidder to pull the logs to the SILAS'
? ;t made of immense profit to our farmer school after the close of the present' awful I tragedy which ended In .his 'road About three or four mile of SMITH, I ( to flat." Kupp.rbiu l lF4XATKA

U they,will tally to Its aupl'ort.If term, February Uth, I death. rwwl wIll U required." J Box 73 P&latk1, Fla, e. J'1001UDA.' ) Kirby and Morris Sts.

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