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Title: The Palatka weekly advertiser
Portion of title: Palatka advertiser
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: February 20, 1902
Publication Date: -1902
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -Jan. 2, 1902.
General Note: Alex. E. Wattles, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Jan. 2, 1902.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Palatka daily advertiser
Succeeded by: Crescent City news (Crescent City, Fla. : 1899)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)

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NEW SERIES VOL. X, NO. 7. ,, PALATKA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1902. $1. Per Year.

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GOINGS ON IN FLOJUUA. TUB W. C. T. U. OF FLORIDA
World's 'News of the Week.Put
Ol'POSIS A DISPI21T- d
The county commissioners of Monroe -
ONE.THIRD OFF county are going to build an SAlty 8YSTUM.

armory at Key West. -

up In Small Doses for Those Senator M. S. Quay of Pennsylvania An Open Letter to the Peopleof
is doing the east coast. He will Florida.We .
COST::: .A.t.L::: : Who Want Their Facts'Boiled.. fish at St. Luclo. the undersigned, representingthe

George Marquis, 82 of Woman's Christian TemperanceUnion
_. years age
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and one of the prominent men uf of Florida, regret the evident
Heavy Weight Clothing Wm H. Smyth, postmaster at Atlanta J. F. Skinner, of Augusta. Oa., Bartow, died last week. trend of opinion toward the delusion
died Mondny afternoon. under escort of Sir Howard Vincent,
Farmers and turpentine operatorsat that the In tem-
M. I'., visited both houses of Parliament dispensary system a
The la out of have sustained
City
proHldpnt's Sampson
son now In London on Monday. Hecren.ted perance measure, and a step in the
clanger and the president U ngaiii in great damage forest fires.
a sensation because of hit direction of
Will be the' order in this store from this date until Washington.The great height, being seven feet nnd George Dana Boardman, distinguished Twenty years prohibition.ago the same condition -
Inches He is the lecturer
president linn recommended to seven high. adver- Philadelphia author and -
further notice. the senate special InglHlation looking): tising agent for an animal show now is recuperating at Kockledge. obtained In regard to high license -

to the retirement of naval constructor doing England.Former! Deputy sherlirGraham of Sumpter and many mistaken Christians
HobHon. voted for It. Time has dispelled the
killed other
Atty.-Oen. Grlggs saw county was the day by
thousand dollars' worth of Inr litst-named' delusion, as It win ((88 It a
Win. ir. Went, the well known many prisoners an attempt to escape.
We are going to unload our winter clothing, and minstrel Is dead tit Chicago. He his bond and valuable papers destroyed Rev. T. :M. Honeycutt of North luis In South Carolina and Georgia)
wan of the oriental firm of Jim'low, In Paterson, N. J., lust as he .
tho first No moral be '
I Carolina has been called to the question can \
to do this we have made the above slash. It's a bona Wilson, Primrose & Went. had from seen the ruing them of taken the big, still flro.intact The, torate of the Aluchua Baptist cli urch.pas settled by a compromise. It mustbe

All of the northeastern states were safe was taken from the ruins and Wilson and Candler of the settled on the eternal principlesof
fide cut so big as to make: it an inducement for any burled deep In snow on Monday. Methodist I
door
pried open. Suddenly the papers Episcopal church, South, truth and right or It will be au 'I'

prudent man to buy clothing for next winter, thoughit lioBton City had had a foot eighteen of wet Inches.gnow. Atlantic f burst to ashes..into flames and were reduced ilILY preached in Jacksonville last Sun-. unsettled We are,opposed shifting to, vexing the dispensary.problem. .I "

of Labor unions throughout the country The United States Senate on Monday J. C. Fowart, a real estate man of First It the ,
if have Because state
to look he would puts
begins now as plenty are sending petitions to congressto by a viva voice vote ratified the Kiuslmmee, was found dead in bed
have warships built In the navy treaty with Denmark ceding to the at a Bartow hotel last week Thursday tit the compromising, Ignominious
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opportunity to wear it this i season.A yards instead of at private yards. United States, tor a consideration ofjIIIIIKJ. position of a barkeeper "Is It mor- ,

The ransom for the detained American $/ >) ( < the Danish West Indies, Ben Moody well-known ally wrong to sell liquors? Then the
sportsmanand
part of our spring purchases will be shipped this week. A car load of it missionary( Miss Stone, has and thus, so far as this country Is former fish and game warden of state at least should keep her hands
been to the but concerned, consummated a transaction -
will be here In a short time. We must have Room for it : hence the unpreced- have 1 paid not yet delivered brigands the,goods.they which has been under consideration Hlllsboro disease.Co., is deud at Tampa, of clean." It Is wrong and we will not

since the administration of Brlght's consent to be partners In a wrong. ,
ented cut In prices on Winter clothing. Senator Pritchard line presented a President Lincoln. Both the Baptist and the Campbellite Second-BecaiiHR it Is a monopoly
report urging the appropriation of
churches Ocala have
Shoes for TVYenand ,(IOO) ) ) () for the creation of a na- Frank James secured a temporary and both at preached their new initial pastors and monopolies are undemocratic,
Boys. tional forest reserve in the South Injection in the circuit court at Kan- sermon lust / un-American and contrary to thegenius
Appalachian region. Slut City last. week, restraining a theatrical Sunday institutions and
of
our antagonistic
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We have laid in a stock of Shoes for men and boysthat cannot be matched company playing at a local The plant of the Tampa lumber
Gov. McBride, of Washington, has theater from pr".el1t1njthe IIIY. company was entirely destroyed by to the traditions of the
for Style, Durability and Price. Let us show you our up-to-date Shoes. .announced his Intention to dismiss "The James Boys In MissouriIn. lire fast Friday. The loss Is $25,000 past and the principles of the fathersof
any state employe who accepts a passover which the members of the James with insurance. of $0OOO. American liberty. It Is the essence -
.a railroad and declares he will made to train
\ Fearnside & Co. :Palatl a. crush out the lobby. family robbers. ,are bank looters and represent outlaws of A lodge of the Knights) of Colum- of Imperialism.
bus has been organized at St. Au- Third-Brcausa the experience of
the worst character.
No work has yet been done under .
rustlue with CO charter members. Its
he state and towns which have tried
the contract mde.ef! !;': ago to remove On the body 5-year-old Marion\ ; a Catholic secret society. '
cue wrecK or cue Maine, whichtoday Weaver, of' Chicago lilY square the; dispensary system, proves that tit
remains in the same position, Large number of people at Candler '
Inches of skin have been grafted. does not decrease Intemperance:
and Is a menace to shipping. The operation has taken five months will engage in peach growing and
that; the amount of liquors sold In '
there is a prospect that BOO) acres of I'
Clearing Out Sale A republican newspaper controlledby as the Burgeons could operate only young trees will be set out this year. Athens, Ga., where It had the long-
each fortnight, owing to the
once
& ; : Americans will be established at
ITh Manila, it Is saU.! It Is probable low state of the boy's vitality. The Duval county commissioners liave est and fairest trial, hag Increased
that; one or two pages of the news- new cuticle covers injuries on the been opening bids for the erection of over 80 per cent, while the population )1 i
paper will be printed in Tagalog. patient's. chest, abdomen, back and a new jail In Jacksonville, but have has Increased but 8 per cent;
sides, caused burns. decided whom let the
by not yet to to
: that the restrictive features of the
Forged paper sold by[ the defunct:
To make room for our Spring Stock we offer the follow- Platte[ Valley bank of Bellwood, Clad in rich red robes, the skeletons job.The law in South Carolina have been it I
!Neb. has already reached an aggregate of St. Magnus and St. Bonosa, state association of County
lots of Shoes Reduced Prices.a until
at degrees
; ing disregarded by now,
of $160,01)0) ) and it may largely two cathollo saints, who were slainat commissioners has been In session In
exceed this. Cashier Amos Gould Is the command of a Roman emperor I,Jacksonville this week. The members with the exception! of two or three, '
:: Lots Men's $3.50 Shoes for . . !$::I.50 III jail. nearly 1,8UO wears ago, were burled : discussed good roads, and bad It is the same as the open saloon; i

I.. t. as . : In !St. Martin .s church in Louisville, aws. that sales are made to minors and 11
:: 3.00. . . :3.25: : Earthquakes at Bhamnka, Russia, Ky., last week. The bones were
3.. as :::1.50.. as . . . . :2.00: tine destroyed the town, and two Found In the catacombs of Rome in Orlando will have a poultry shown drunkards; that In many dillpell ar:1::1
hundred bodies. of victims have been connection with its Farmer's Institute lea liquor Is drunk: on the premises, ;'tl
and Rt
171) ) to Rev. '
)( Mere given Mgr.
4 it Ladies' :3.50: Oxfords . . . :3.00: recovered from the fissures. The the double barreled show to II I
I Francis Zabler, pastor of St. Mar and, whereas, the salary of the dls- \
i I" as .* . lied Cross society Is active In the open today and continue until Sat
3.00:: .'L' . 1.50 work of reU..f.Prln"e tin's church last summer. urday. lenser was once stated and regular, 1\\

-.: 300 pairs 1.50 as . . . . i.oo Because Judge Bennett of Mt. Vor- regardless of sales, now It Is declared ,
;:y' Henry has sailed for Amer- non, N. Y., refused to pay a gas; bill Over 150 car loads of oranges have that salaries depend \
by high authority
'1. These goods must be sold within the next 30 days to make room for spring goods. Ica. Ha will he given a state dinnerat of $1.U5, which he contended he had been shipped from Dunedin thus far
the White House, which considering never contracted, the gas comlmnytUl'lled this season. One man there sold his to a great extent on the quanti- J
When it cornea to Ladies' and Misses' Shoes it is the complexion of former guestsat off his supply three years ago. crop last week for 1.10\) per box on Ity of liquor disposed of. "How : ,

generally conceded in Palatka that we lead. H T VatterlinUToa that board is no great thing under Lie brought suit, and the gas company the trees. can a state official be made more
the present administration.Mrs. carried the case to the appellate The East Coast Chnutauqun at responsible than the man our present '
Carrie Chapman Catt lias beenreelect.d division of the supreme court, which !Melbourne will open March 2nd, continue haw must boa citizen." 1
president the National has just handed down a dlclslon affirming to the 14th. The company has says good 't,.
Woman Bulfr ge Association for the judgment for $4XK! in favor just completed a new and modern Fourth-The fact that it is lauded

_ ensuing year. Susan IS. Anthonyand of Judge Bennett auditorium. as a scheme to escape the legitimate '

Elizabeth Cad/ Stanton were It Is rumored that Miss\ Helena Gov. Jennings made the addresson burdens of government, that it will ,
An. Opport1.LD.jty elected honorary presidents.Mrs. Gorham Wild, an American rest- behalf of the trustees of Stetson fill the treasuries of towns and counties '.

Jefferson Davis appeared before lent In Paris, is about to marry university, DeLand accepting Con and relieve taxpayers, Is Its i
the Mississippi legislative. committee Prince Euirene of Sweden, If he gains rad hall the gift of J. B. Conrad of
:: : : :Iaa.Trost3nci.o3n.ts.: :: :: : the other day and offered to his father's assent and arranges to Glen wood to the university. greatest debauches; condemnation-because the consciences of voters It '
resign his right of succession to the ,
ell lienuvolr, the old Davie home at Miss Leila Bishop of Pen aoola wag
throne of the Bernarelottes, as his and them Into in
llloil, for $IOUIIO, to be used as a horribly burned by her dress catchIng bribes acquiescence ;
= ,-., home indigent Confederate veter- elder made brother Oscar alliance.did when Prince he tire from the kitchen stove on a great evil, the traffic which has
a Morganatic
,ins. Jo Eugene Is a painter and has lived in Monday. She died from her injuries 'destroyed more lives than war,

The year 1901 was the most prosperous year Palatka 'has had For using an old United States flagas the Latin quarter for many years. a few hours after the accident. llence and famine." pell'I'I
In his business of collecting ;
bag
a
Gen. Cha P. Kagan, of embalmed The "trading stamp !': We call upon all true,
liatzman fined $.!OIn pampa
was
since 1894. All of our manufacturing enterprises report satisfactory rage the Meyer municipal court In Boston beef fame, has been, challenged to been The? city practically placed frozen the license out of on the, Christian citizens to scorn the ,

recently the charges being "con- fight n duel by Col. Willis P. Harlow company at 1,000 and also a license and to refuse to coin the blood and

,business and Increasing sales. emptuoux;?' use of the United Statesflag. been, of representing GUI\yam88.lIIex.W. C. Kagan Greene has in of $100 on each merchant doing"business tears and sighs and moans of women y
with it. and children Into the devil's gold. .a
'' his legal( contest regarding! the Cobre
Nearly every merchant statesthathis business shows.an increaseover H. B. Grant, aged ST., is dead In Grande copper mines of Mexico, Orlando society danced at a charityball 'Because sentence against an evil
Laurel, Miss. He was a civil engi- whom Harlow also claimed to rep- last week In aid of the local liosltal. work la not executed speedily, therefore -
.the previous year neer and West l'olntgraduate. During resent. Kagan's rage knew no > The dancers were aided toy the heart of the eons of media
the civil war he was a captain of bounds; and under his tirade, Harlow the "sounding brass and tinkling
During the past four months the sales of city real,estate have exceeded engineers on Oen. Beauregard'g staff withdrew, but penned a challenge ymbal" but it was the real thing fully set in them to do evil." (Eccle. /.
and was the engineer of the new St. that was handed Eagan. charity just the same-the sort that "IIi,11.) .

in amount, annual sales of [several previous years, and prices xmis bridge The air ship of Santos Dumont has 'sutrereth long and Is kind." Praying that Florida will be warn ,
Frank: Fennell, a Great Falls, been wrecked at Monaco, and the After a vigorous protest from Du- ed by the sad and well-nigh hopeless "

obtained were quite satisfactory. Mont.IJOrter, shot and killed Annie ship and motor lies nt the bottom of val county brick manufacturers the example' of her sister state, an ext... s
Johnson, a domestic and sent a bullet the Bay of Monaco. Dumont was board of county commissioners has ample temperance women In South t +'
The statements of the banks in Palatka show larger deposits than into his own brain, from the effects making; a trial. When up In the air decided not to bar Florida brick from
of which he died a short time the guide rope caught in the screw proposed public buildings. The contractor Carolina beg us to shun, and educators
later. He fired five shots Into the then a squall burst and the doomedship had refused to bur any brick deplore, we are yours for God S
the year of the freeze. This statement may seem incredible, but it is a victim's head. fell by the owner pulling the made in Florida, unless so orderedby and home and native land.

The heaviest snow storm sine 1888 emergency cord. The daring air the board. AMCK C. BROWN
fact and most pleasing one to every: right minded citizen of the coun- fell in New York on Monday. Broadway navigator was rescued from the water III
trial at
by the Prince of Monaco, who Robt. English, a negro on President. f;
with hills
ty. There a'rea' few dissatisfied persons, but nearly all are looking for and traffic was piled was high difficult. The snow harbor was In his yacht to witness the Bali recognized Tampa for by resisting the sheriffas an oflloer a,man was MINNIe E. NEAL,. I''

- was choked with Ice and the warshipS Ing. who committed a murder In Miami Corresponding Secretary. ;
and expecting greater prosperity and improvement during 1902.:: were cut off from coinmunlca- Judge Lacombe, in the United several years ago. He sentenced ._ : '
tlon with shore. Hates circuit court in New York, to three months on the first count, of
Our County is producing oranges again and the prospects for an A flurry was created in the senate handed down an order in the suit and on expiration of his time will be have Nearly been twenty shipped millions from Tamp cigars since '>!)i.:
Friday over the employment since .against Anna Gould, countess de tried for murder. January 1st. Ji:
this of the session of n Jastellane, reciting that certain :fAt
orange crop yearis most,flattering.Investors'can core the beginning or more of extra clerks andmessengers udgementa had been found In Paris One hotel In the Interior of the Lake BulTum on Friday last fire .
of against the countess and ordered the ,state advertises as an attraction the the Oren House BOll the
to committees some destroyed
hardiyerr In purchasing Lemon Street property at whom it Is charged, have not had a trustees to pay over to the parties fact' that the house Is "near a turpentine residence of Mr. Cannon.
mentioned in the orders as creditors still the fumes of which are so *
the right prices. I own nnd control Five Hundred ((500)) feet of unim- meeting in years, out of certain money that they heldas I beneficial in pulmonary troubles." Fire at DeFunlak Springs last Sun-
Miss Helen Gould with a party of income of the Countess de Oa tel- it may have other attractions suchas day morning, glutted in .the.store of
proved Lemon Street property which I offer in lots to suit purchaser, friends. in her private car spent Sun- lane certain monthly installmentsuntil a cow barn and a hog wallow, but Mrs. Sallle Kj Cummings, was communicated -
day In Atlanta. Like.a !good girl she the judgements are satisfied.A they are not made much of in the to adjoining buildings and
went to church in the morning, and before it could be sUbdued had destroyed
_ and at prices which must be considered.low. Terms of payment will be declined the use of carriages In the young chief of the Yukl tribe of adv.Mrs.. Helen Wllmnng Post lectures |10ouo worth of property.The .
afternoon on the ground; that she Indians Is on his way from Metulacl- ''f
made easy. never went driving on Sunday. no county to the University of California every Sunday evening at the Hea- supreme oourt has decided
in order to help the ethnologists Breeze operahouse on the "New that Frank M.Simonton is entitledto
It have to Invest and do not care to purchase real estate In the will of Morris Reiman, filed to record the manners, customs Thought; ," whatever that is, and the office of solloltor of the Tampa
you money In the probate court In Chicago recently and beliefs of his people. He la a says that wplle many come out of criminal court. He was appointedby
|1.UH is left "to the Boston full blooded Yuki, but speaks and curiosity, a few are led to accept Oov. Jennings, but S. B. Truman't'
I control $10,000 of first mortgages on Lemon Street property, all Investment company of Boston, writes English fluently. Atone time mental science or Christian) Science all contested for the office on the ground
kfasg., for the purpose of dlslrlbu- the Ynkls were the fiercest Indians I and therefore her labors are not that his appointment, was good for
; located between the Arlington Hotel and :the river, which I will sell. ting Robt. G. IngersoU'g. lectures : In California. The language of the' In vain. four years, and, that his term did not

among Christiana, in order to civil- tribe will! be recorded and preserved E. Pace, promlnlnt citizen end at the regular term of the officer; 4
These mortgages draw from 7 to 8% Interest, payable seml-annually I to them."" In the university by means of the of Stare, is dead. Mr. Pace form- The following officers were elected

Resolutions have been adopted by phonograph.With erly did business in Jacksonville, for the ensuing year at Great Council
and the Interest has always been promptly paid. Each mortgage Is on the New York Academy Medicine; the death In London of Adam and was well known to the older clt- of the Order of Red
Daytona
protesting against the decision of Worth, alias Henry J. Raymond, icons of the state. He was 71 years Men held at February lit ni
: He the father of the
business property, well rented. the; treasury department dandifying: known as "the Napoleon of crime," of late age.George was Pace, first cashier and Ureat Sachem J. L. Rankin Std
pulmonary tuberculosis with "dan- the mystery of the recovery of the Augustine; Great Senior ; v

If you have any desire to :invest, would be, pleased [to have you emigrant rerous contagious afflicted' disease with ,the" by disease which celebrated was stolen cleared up Galnesooroughpainting by Win.A. organizer bank, Palatka.of the' Putnam National J.V.. White Bagamora Jacksonville, 11. "K. DuBois; Orsa&Junior f .

call at my of fee' and learn what I "have1: to offer you. If, out of town, are barred from entering the country. Pinkerton In Chicago.( Worth gave Mrs. Alexander, Mitchell died at PortOrange. Bt. Augustine; Great Prophet Ureat, W.Chief E.Hlnoh. W
him written permission to reveal the
The great Kellogg Sanitarium, of Galnesborough gecret'after he had her home Jacksonville"Villa; last Alexandria; opposite of Records, U. I. Kowtoa, Palatka,'
write the Seventh Day Adventists Bat- Friday morn Great of Wampum, II, Mer-t twin
me. 1at died. Wrapped In oilcloth the canvas ing.. She was the widow of Alexander Keeper i
burned the B. F.i s<
Creek Mich. to Pallltka .Great tannap
.: tle was wag handed to C. Moreland Agnewone millionaire ;
Mitchell the Milwaukee 'A J
Mtehenews.
on Tuesday; There. were Tfttum Miami treat ; )h
ground .
morning last April In Chicagoby and sister of .
: G. Loper Bailey over 400( patients in the buildings" at Worth,who 26 years before had foimersgovernor a of Hacrlson Florida.: Heed Her C. L. Smith, Dayto'na; Great Uuaruv "
the time of fire but all got out with- cut the painting from Its frame .in a States Senator of WIgwam, W, -Metcalf.. West "
Ute and with son was formerly United Palm Reach Great Guard of Forest, '
out loss of a single the galleries In London and ; :'
Agnew from Wisconsin. Mrg. Mitch-
Palatka Florida. but one accident, chat of Mrs. H.C. It to whereit T. HoldeX Valatka., Tbcattendaura
finally brought America noble Christina
T., Daniels of KUlora Arlt.,who jumped ell was a woman. of representative and. past snehoubf
concealed for 16
founder Lake'sHospital
was years. "She' was the of St.
j from the Ore escape on the third was the largest f I' Jacksonville and took
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loss is duel important bus V
floor and broke a leg. The much interesting
J' about 1400,000 with Insurance of Lakeland points with pride to Its active interest in its maintenance. loess was transacted\ the'member
w (148,600.( Th Sanitarium will be rebuilt first brick block now under construe She also built AU Saiat church, hip of the ordfl having bean more'' S

at once tlou a* an evidence of prosperity. South Jacksonville than doubled during th..post y!ear%
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butter, he should receive just and full punishmentby i Y
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ADVERTISE % : the law. :But congress has no right to put a tax URIOITS

of amount the fair and Bale of u
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FROM THE NEWS OF THE WEEK
harmless and proper article of consumption, and ill

r; An unofficial Newspaper of the Det.lol."ratlolorljuat/ whenever it does so its action will be unjust, oppressive tw w.r.J

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; the kind you should keep In your, family.ubltahed and unconstitutional. I.URRDINTO WEDDING A LUNATIC d ?

Lured into marrying a lunatic-a

% at Palatka, Fla., Thursday of each week by bnautiful woman, and young, but i
t Of the dispensary system for retailing liquor: in who was queer and dangerous, bearIng -

RUSSELL VICKEllS.UM. this state Bishop Candler, of the Methodist\ Episco- with her withal until she made
# sport of his honor-this is the astounding
pal church, South, says : "Mark the words : If the allegation made by JohnK.

temperance people ever agree that the liquor inter- Krsklne!: concerning his wife,
Marie, whom he I is now suing for
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A. RUSSELL, EDIT K.T1IK .
est is too powerful to be controlled without _compromising divorce.

OD dispensaries, the liquor men will pluckup Kreklne is a man yet In his thirties,
tall, broad, swarthy and handsome,
,'" lllsl'LNwAIIY' AND TKMPEKANCE.: courage( and eventually dispense with the dispen- Is a well-known New York lawyer,

saries and the state back to barrooms. is a member of the firm of Kvarts,
In an able editorial on the proposed Florida dispensary carry open Van Cott and Krsklne.
"' '1 { Give them an inch, and they will take an ell." Mrs. Krsklii: Is about 28 old.
} ; for the sale of liquors, Riv.' L. W. Moore, years :E:
She, too is dark complexioned, has K7ZW1"5iI
? editor of the Florida Christian Advocate, organ of -- ----- black hair and In very pretty. She JfIJ .:ESc:=CJ :

the Methodist! Episcopal church, Smith, in Florida, JUST as we were begining to got an inkling of the is a daughter of Dennis :Jieach, who Winter Weight> Suits> !
retired business of Milford
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was a man AH
k gives five unanswerable reasons from the standpoint isthmian canal situation here comes Senator Scottof Conn. About two On

T 1 of enlightened public sentiment on the temperance West Viginia with his San Bias route. All thatis committed suicide in ,a hotellnProv- SscuLre: cu nSargrsjLra.-: : :
Idence R. I. Kmklne "I am
question, why that system should not he adopted. positively known of it is that it involves the pul- sorry Tor my wife. The says woman: ifinsane. Sale $11.63. I Lot Worth $Ii.so This Sale $9.37

The News has not the space to give the editorial in ling of ships for five miles through a mountain tun- She was con II nod in ,a madhouse I Lot Worth $15.00, This .h as $8.50 as $6. 8
before I ever met her. I knew a $7.50.
fall, but selects the following sample points made nel by an electric trolley. Something definite noticing of this when I married her :: :: $10.00 as $5.63. U -' $6.00 as $4.50

should done before bobs with the In June 18U6. That Is the fact. Her $1.50
by Dr. Moore\ in the hope that they! will assist in be somebody up '

1, opening the eyes of those mistaken,good people who Santos-Dumont route. family"Her drew brother me,Into Harry it. Beach, was All aBogs' and CJilldrejis' Suits Marked Down In Proportion

,?' are now favorably inclined towards'! a trial of this ---- --- my classmate at Columbia law
school. _In the autumn of' 18U6\ 1
method for debauching citizenship. lie says: IN accepting office a republican does not stand went to his home in Milford to act as :E.r.w.K. -:r.w.K.JBE,,

"The dispensary would be the piling up back on account of the race, color or previous con- usher at his wedding, There I mel (Successor to )(. Loeb ft Co.)

4)j of a great mountain across the broad avenue dition of servitude", of his superior. A white man of ship Ills sister.she. acted Through ratlonnlly.all our Not court one Lemon Street, AL-ATKA.. FL.-ORICA.

', that has been cut out by temperance St. Joseph, Mo.\ is to be secretary to the colored of her family ever told me of the uncanny -
tho \\omen's We married In
organizations, especially past. were
minister to Liberia. 181MI! and after that she acted -
al Christian Temperance Union. We cannot strangely.
',; -- ." Co.
t a. e afford underestimate the power they The Brown Brick
IN a recent South African casualty list Appeared the
have wielded, nor slight the principle upon
SHAW is A HUSTLBR-
of Gordon Fltz-Clarence. The
name Geoffrey George :
,
which stand. have
they They ever contended -
report does not state what brand of explosives the Boers Leslie M. Shaw, new secretary of MAKE THe
that no government, state or nation the treasury, is one of "them early
has the right to put a bottle to a neighbor's used to overcome this,disjointed name. :risers.. He was at his desk in the LargBs S Hardest

c : lips. And if the state taken! the license --- ---- I treasury department at 8:80 o'clock AND Farmers Attention!
the other morning, having had
4 away from individuals, and goes> into the The Massachusetts\ church deacon who was found *H4 ,- trouble In getting into the buildingat Brick ,

liquor business behind her own counter she <)X> short In hill accounts attributed his downfall to wine, that hour, because the doorkeepers Best Fire

/ disappoint these temperance forces, sets women and song. He has partially reformed. He has did not know him and refused to MADE IN FLORIDA. .)1 IE"

w a back their work, and actually guarantees a quit singing. fool believe them.that Before he wan 9 not o'clock trying Hhaw to STOCK ALWAYS ON HANDat This is plowing time and you may need a new plow., We are

4r' perpetuation of the business fur whose destruction ---- waHcal.i Treasury Tllgliman's Mill.
igforastenographer. for theOLIIIER
county agents
+k
have been The entire of vaccinated
England
r they .laboring. royal family was stenographers know better than -
"r It will develop in our stale a hydra- the other day King Edward and the boys were vacci- to be caught napping so when there For prices call on or address, PLOWS.

+;* hooded power in politics that "ill be an un nated on the arm and the women folks at Windsor Cos Is a change in the head of the depart II. O. HAMM, CHILLED
ineut, they make a business of getting
Palatka Fla.
W.legislation. "' tie. down Just after sunrlHe.. They TIlghman'B Mill, You all know there's none better. We also have the Atlanta Steel Plows.
-- -- -- know they will not suffer much, as We buy direct from the manufacturer and can save you the middle man's profit.

,q i tillers und wholesale] dealers vjll composes As soon as Spring opens look out for the annual stock the burst of energy wlljl not last. 1 n e .__ Come and .sea us, or If you can't do that, write us and let us give you prices.
frn Y i trunk and every county will be so many of stories as to the rich !gold finds In the Klondike ra a week or two the new secretary will ee.a49 We are alto agents for Putnam county for the
s
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the about
stroll down to olttoes 9HU:
d' a heads of the monster as he the his" blood- glon. They are sent out by the transportation compa- or 10 o'clock, just like all his prede PLANET JUNIOR CULTI\mT0RS.\ .
.J money into the politics day. nies. cessors.

Dr. Moore starts his editorial by asking the question --- They make work easy. Men who use them whistle as they work. Then we- have
THE FUN THAT WILLIE HAD- the Celebrated IRON AGE CULTIVATOR, and everything to the line of
A T r : "shall) the state of Florida nasume! the business Faith healing would become far more popular If I It

.t that we have so long/ been trying to take from didn't propose to do away wlthjjjo use of whiskey for St.Willie Louis Schmidt flirted 0-year-old with- death boy the of Garden Tools.

medicinal purposes. other evening. On a sled with low
individuals? In articles he has
subsequent prom runners the boy rode at a speed of 60 This I Is going to be the beet year sincere 95> freeze.! The man who plows this
a ished to have to in this k and has better prospects for a Rood, profitable reaping time nut
more say answer to question, -- --- -- miles an hour under the body and spring summer
-. : and the News wishes that all its readers' could havE between the trucks (of a moving( Missouri fall. Orange grower will be In it again : but they will have to plow .;We want to
t t freight car, escaped unhurt, sell them tbe plows, the cultivators and the garden tooie-they." the above
m the privilege of following his arguments to the end. S Prof. mark Ijarrington, former and afterwards smilingly told nerve- named prosperity brand.

Consistent Christian men can not afford to lineup racked spectators: "I was Jest a little
i Chief of the Weather Bureau Earning I scrart." The lad was coasting KENNERLY HARDWARE CO.PALATKA.
;!b with the liquor traffic, whether it be conducted down, hill.. At a railway crossing .,

a- by individuals the state. his sled ran under a car, was caught OUR BREAD WILL
or by $1.50 a Day as a Cumber :Jack. and carried half a mile. Then It wa SATISFY ALL. FLA.
I
dropped. The boy wasn't even
:, FOOD A1IULTERATLONS.: N1tiW O bruised. It will give to the young strengthand

In a special bulletin issued by the Florida. Ag- Once a professor of astronomy in the University' of beauty, and make the old happy.
ricultural 1 Experiment; Suit Ion the attention of Michigan at tiJHM; ,: ) a year, a writer of text books that are HELPED His WIFE ELOPES From the
tn
the people' of Florida In called to! the practice authoritative; later president of the University of O. W. Cutler of Lockport,Ill., told Palatka Variety Bakery,
., largely Indulged In by manufacturers of canned Washington. at UuJ( () a year, still later chief of the the Chicago police how he unwittingly -
I'4 goods of assisting nature In the I preservation of weather bureau of the United States. ; today a common assisted his wife to elope with] UENBY TUALGOTT, Prop.
+, -y theirwares by adding certain chemicals, to prep "lumber", Jack," earning/ 1.60 per day at Port IllakelyWiixh. John Book. "She told me Book
.i N 4 vent fermentation. l\Ianyof these chemicals are ., such in brief, is the sorrowful story of Mark wanted to buy her two trunks," said -
Is ,r of a poisonous character, and Include boracio \V. Harrington's Journal once the proud editor of the Am..rlean he, "and I told her to sell the trunks. ONB PLUCKY LITTLK WOMANMrs. BOTH YEAR OF PROSPEROUS BUSINESS:
'fa- ,- acid, salicylic acid, sulphurous acid and formal- Meteorological( now the handler a peavy Book( said he was going to Florida I Jane Segur Hans, of Cortex,
f k 1' dehyde. /Several whiles have laws regulating A freak of fate swept him from the top shelf Into inslgnldcauce. She then packed all her clothing and :Moutezuma county, Neb., marries
1 the manufacture and Rule of food products but personal property in the two trunks Hess, of Mount( Uilead, Ohio ACKEHMAH & STEWART
4' Florida ... Carolina\ It was not dlHBlpiitlon nor any romantic episode that with Henry .
r is not In the list In North and said she would go Rook to she will have married each of three ,
-, which recently enacted such a lav\ it was found brought Harrington to his present lowly station in the Chicago and buy a new trunk. I brothers of the Haas family, and
S that. nearly 67 per' cent of the canned vegetables world.! It was/ Insomnia. drove them both to the station, and of often
shown
It Is said that while a professor at Ann Arbor he could a degree pluckHaae' Wholesale and Retail
examined contained preservatives, mostly Hat' they are gone. equaled. Both of first Druggists. *
licylic auld and formaldehyde.: While the quantity rarely find rout in sleep more than one or two hours of : two husbands were killed by an aamsHln's .
the :a4. This train on his gradually broke him
used Is not sulllcient to be dangerous enough system CCT-BATB BUKOIALBY < shot from ambush, and the
to cause Immediate sickness, yet they are likely down as a sound tlilnkor. under the ban of the JUSTRECF..1VEDLAROE .Sp"0I
Two entered the residence third will come
by constant to serious disorders )Murk Harrington went to Ann Arbor from Sycamore, burglars Fresh Garden Seed
I use produce of
'p the digestive A sinnlliir condition Ill., in Wt4! aa a student and was graduated in 1808.! He of Julius C. Hocke, a civil engineer pvll power which is held responsible LOT NDwrrH'8 PIaDUDS-
1 was apparatus. Is took his master's degree", three years later, in the meantime at 67U Avenue C, Bayonne, N. J., at I tor making her twice awldow..7'hirty asn4lnyouroNema.
houldmreceive consider a mutter acting as curator for the museum. Then he be- 2:80: o'clock in the morning and went'' years ego William Han was a
that the
]egl lll.tors.-IIt. Augustine llucordlAt atlon of our came Instructor. in mathematics, and from there he was up stairs to where Hock was lying prosperous young merchant of Cortez JNDU: OOUGH OURE
ill with typhoid fever. Hocks awoke The belle of Cortex was Jane
transferred to an assistant professorship In geology, 95 cents per bottle. Guaranteed by
the lust session of the Florida and demanded what It all about. degur.: Two brothers by name Ble-
: legislature,, zoology!! and botany. In 1871): ) he was/ made professor. of was
a Senator E. S. Grill of this what astronomy and! director of the observatory. One of the intruders said: gel were suitors for her band, amvowed ACKERMAN STEWART. DRUGGISTS.Headquarters .
county prepared ,
married
While instructing the undergraduates of Ann Arbor In "1Ve are lust two plain burglars to kill any man who "
was probably one of the most comprehensive and astronomy he pursued his Investigations along the line It Is a new business to us, but we are her. Hams shot one of theIlepaI/ ; ,

just Pure Food laws ever submitted to a state as of higher mathematics and wrote several works which dead broke, and need $10. We are brothers dead, and married the girl. for
df r. Here shot through the heart witha
was
I are now used as text-books throughout the United sorry to see that you are sick and
u sembly law makers. It was a l Lill> introduced in States. Here he remained until 1HUI, when he was hope that you will soon be well. Winchester. bullet. John Haas fell

the interests of the leople-all the people-to whom mode. chief of the weather bureau of the United States/ Both of us are sorry to intrude In in love with his brother's widow and 'FINE LIQUORS
months he
tc During' this year he was vice preHldent of the International this war, but we must have the married her. Within six and
'y'' it intended only good. This bill w is.ably argued in ,meteorological congress at Munich, whose members money. too was shot front ambush ,
came from all parts of the world. He held this Hocke smiled grimly and told the kllled.i. Henry Haas, the third
both branches of the legislature and bitterly
although '1'0"ltlon until 1HU4. Insomnia commenced to tell 01 nurse to get the money from his wife, brother, fell a victim to the widow Such as the Famous Green River
e : opposed bye lobby set to work by a cons i- him, and it l in said that his charts commenced to be un- In an adjoining room. !Mrs. Hoke and they are to be married within
handed over her pocketbook containing two weeks. Rye a Whiskey Without a head-
q ''S ,:. : enceless of adulterated food manufacturersthe reliable. ,
.: gang Then he went to the state of Washington: as pretideniof $22.:. The nurse handed it to the
LoVE LBADS THEJT ache Golden
same gang whose embalmed beef and other rot- the university there. A change came during the burglars. They thanked her and TO Wedding Jed Clayton

..' ten food products killed 100 American soldiers in year 181)6!\ in which the former administration was removed Mrs. Hoke profusely and went downstairs When Mrs. Margaret Colgan a Lord Baltimore Rye Paul Jones Private -
and a new one replaced In the state olllces.! The and out the front door. widow of New York went to her ,
the late war to every one struck down by a Spanish president! of the university was never a politician, ancon bureau to get 17 saved for the rent It Stock, &c.
"' that account lost the presidency. BABI ER' CALLING DANGEROUS was gone. She told her 13-year-ok
!' bullet-this bill passed both branches of the legislature -
then east and remained for 'Andrew daughter, Minnie, that they wouldbe
Harrington came some Teeter, a barber at Ack-
VIf and would even now have been the law and a months at Ann Arbor. Thence hI journeyed to the ori- ron, :'M. miles northwest of Wabash, dlsposHessed, and the girl began Go to West End Saloon

blessing to the whole state of Florida had it not ent. Misfortune still pursued him. In Hong Kong he Ind., is at death's door from a peculiar ; to cry. She confessed and that had she had ,
stolen the bought
4 had a severe attack of scarlet fever. He arose from his cause. lie bOIl followed( his trade money
been for-Gov. Jennings, the head 'nud front of the bed penniless. He finally secured .money by tutoringto for years and some time ago his two silver watches, one for her J. W.
sweetheart, 8-year-old Johny Burke, .
w present so-called business administration of the buy a passage to this country. lungs became alfected. A specialist Magail.PLANT .
and the other for herself.
Gradually he drifted to the south, so poor In purse and brought from Wisconsin( mode an examination ] -
h, state. The bill was passed during the closing days he hunt -
M 10 toilworn in appearance that was too proud to and found the patient's
K; s '" of the legislature and was sent", to the governor for up his former friends. Thus he went to work on a sugar throat and bronchial tubes full of We Make Fine
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plantation in Louisiana. Hide by side with negroes and! short hairs, imbedded In the mem-
se f his approval, The legislature adjourned, and the poor whites, lie labored In the cane fields and at thereat brane. It is thought the hairs were Con.fecti.cc..s: ,

vetoed the bill. The veto of course was presses.Finally Inhaled while Teeter clipped hair,
,
governor he drifted back to Washington and took up a and the Irritation brought on tuber- And who Eats
r its death knell, and Governor Jenn lugs alone is responsible homestead claim and began the life of a hermit In thetnklxt culosis. His death Is a matter of everyone SYSTEM.The [
1, ( nt u heavy fir forest' near Summa_ Later liA wentto only a few days.VEGETARIANISM. it want! more. .
for the slow
poisoning < now being
'I' process 'p'i-t; Blukely. and; secured the position; n T nightwatchman
practiced upon the, people' of Flunda. by the men at the lumber mills. CAUSES DIVORCE Our Chocolates and Bon Bone

k whose greed for gain was so muck stronger than 'l'he former university president now lives in a cabin L. A. Ward of Loll Angeles,- al., are always Fresh and Pure. Great. Through Car .Line From Florida.
built from sinus sawed from the outer faces of treat( Sir Insisted that his wife should never
their patriotism that they were", led to poison the logs. It contains but one room, and that a small one. eat cooked food, but devour only COHKECTIONS' :

if 8oldierswho fighting for their in order rt[ is furnished with a couple( of chairs, a table, a stove raw fruits and nuts. Ice Cream Ice Cream Sodaand
:1i weiw country 'md a bedstead. A shelf made from rough lumber which "He's nuttyl" said his neighbors ATtturna taxes lax, via Charleston, Blchmood and
$ .e : t hat'they might make an additional cent per cent. In nailed to the wall over the rude table Is piled high pityingly.Mrs. other TO MTM} Washington. l
with books. ward began suit for divorce. ARE goCTHBax RAILWAY, via Savannah Columbia) ,and Wash.
;! 1"/ They are scientific/ treatises on mathematics, astronomy "He tried to force me to eat noth- Hot and Cold Drinks. ington.
TilE OLioMAUOAItlNK: JILL.
'':: / and botany.
!//4' ing but raw fruits and nuts and raised VIA ALL aim
f the consideration Each morning Mark Harrington rises, bathes and u row time I tried to cook FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.The .
; The oleomargarine bill now under every any The Southern B'y via Jeeup Atlanta and
cooks his breakfast. It is coarse food-the food all mill- her ChatUoooaa'
..
;.." J of congress ought to be defeat ml. So far as its men eat. Then he packs hU lunch bucket, dons his canvas thing Mrs. was Ward said testimony.she. became so Children are welcome! they always TO West t}The Loulsvlll, : Nathvllltt via Montgomery.
: imitation of butter jumper and heavy spiked boots and starts for the emaciated that she would have died seem to enjoy le. THE The Southern K'y via Savannah, Columbia and Asheville.
aim it to fraudulent ,
:t prevent a rard. At present he works among the floating logs. except for food given her by her Tile Mobil*: Ohio B. B. via Montgomery.. .

l "1 it should meet with no opposition, mid with nothing Peavy In hand along with a gang of rough giants whose friends on the sly. Fine Cigar and Tobaccos: Savannah and Ocean Steamship Oj-ny'< for New York

."J' ;if'' x bat the most cordial endorsement But when it speech is marked by profanity and coarse", jest, he does Ward is a lawyer and is said to bea L. A. SMITH. TO East tVla!} .and Boston, TU NTIk for N. Y.'Wish'and Ball;
his share in carting the fallen forest giants into their theosophist and a fanatical vegeta- TUB Savannah and Merchant ,i: Miners Transportation Company -
; goes farther than that and seeks to benefit one places.At rian. for Baltimore.AiiHHiF. .

v" 2 : branch of domestic industry by destroying or mal' night he digs Into his books away from the uncouth F. A. Gerber & Sons Va& .
,
and illiterate mill-hands. It is said that his outdoor ;
TOSSED COINS Baiou
FOB !
terially crippling another, it affords a most plain life I is making him strong, hardy, ambitious, and that he r Tfl Key.blast U* Hall Stnmahlps of' the Peninsula l ..' OoddeoUl Steam-
Dr. James McCunc of ) 1
his regular sleep. Plttsburg, Invite to ship Co. Port. Tampa to Key West*: Bavanah In connect'' with
now gets an Inspection
and pernicious example of special and of class legislation and William ol you
Keup Philadelphia -
die } }
l He lass of more taking his The
hopes once conspicuous matched nickels }in tl'e Arlington of( a new line of nittiSin. f EIant"System.
that is with the dictates of ,
clearly at war place in the scientific and Intellectual world. Three
4 : )!. hotel Hot Springs, Ark., to decide HiTMAH J Ships Every Week. Leav. !'ortTumipa7a m.
y > justice, as well as a palpable violation of the rights New Mrs.York Harrington cltJ'-Detrolt is Journal.A one of her sisters in which should wed pretty Celeste Window ShadesWhich MoB Uy., Thursdays. and 'lUday..

!4 .: :' of the people. Clmsey, 17-year-old daughter of the saiua.m..taand. gleBoetoo.midCanadaAW.tia.adPlantfltearp.hlpLine I>> for
)
]r r .pi ..L r Oleomargarine is the butter of tie poor man. It I widow merchant of and a wealthy only heir Philadelphia to $ftx>, Bloiueatoiis Issue.Under Ins Is easily the mot varied and oom-
.
Miss Kiuisey who bad
not only does not contain poisonous. or deleterious K ilete in the and WINTER TOURIST TICKETS will be sale
any the above heading the New York Christian Ad- agreed to the coin-tossing !Is still city embraces Shades on :
EASTERN to alloJiotld. BesorS
.K : ingredients, but is a sustaining and healthful vocate deals with the case, of Prof. Pearson, of North- hesitating. III price WESTERN and SOUTHERN STATES, rti
t .\ z I western university, who, in an article contributed to a ,.. Klaus Bystem during th..eaeon 11101-11102' limIted' to return otll Hay 81. with
l article of food. The same cannot always\ be said of secular periodical, declares that the miracle of both I '15 fo 50 Cenfs liberal .topoofer privileges III PARTIES IN TUB

d butter. This being true, what basis, then, the old and tbe new testament are wholly incredible Brooksld. the handsome country NORTH SemiS to the uadenllaed 1 will be """""TwwuS. with all lII.formatioD
upon
'1,1/ the Christian Advocate's article closes thus home of John H. Bass, head of the and advertleing matter.Per .
'''t.J \t : either of right or of prudence can the advocates off "It professors( avowing such visws are to be retainedIn Hess eer wheel foundries In Fort Furniture of.all Kinds ,, InlormaUoo M to Bates. Sleeping Oar Be servatioo;eta, call on or write to

,;. ,. ,.' this bill justify the imposition of say tax upon the Methodist Institutions, even at the price of silence Wayne, Ind., waa totally destroyedby IRON BEDS, MATTRESSES' F. **. JJLLY, Division& Paler Agent.
,
: lire last week. The Bass home 138 West .
BaySt, Astor Block Jaei
_ ereafter-since without explicit retraction: their mere .o vtll II*..
r.1'1, :.. l manufacture or sale of pure, unmixed and unadulterated presence there will be a perpetual reatH/marlon of those was one of the handsomest reel. SIDEBOARDS W. B. DENHAM. ]B.. W W&KNN.
.., .I t it oleomargarine?' lews-then among the chief foes of the Methodist Episcopal ences in the stat. and contained LINOLEUMS and MATTINGS Oen. Superintendent.Bavaooah p M,TraTe. XV'

\ ',,'" If church must be. counted officers responsible. tot many art! !treasures.; Loss ,1'lUlJOOi; Out good art new and oar Q.. Savaoa.b. 0
; shall of nsurcd.
anyone dishonestly dispose oleomarga- such retention."". acre low prIces

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Crescent City Col. A. H. Coburn''who spent last John McCormick head of the New NOTI JR OF APPLICATION FOB' w I

winter In Crescent City and who subsequently York fruit commission house of Mo. Tax Dee Under Section. 8 of Chapter. ( .a 'I
location In Flor3da.
f I on*ot tha modi beautiful 4888 Laws of Florida.Notioo RffiI
The town la In the "aouthnaHiern. part' ofOViitnainoonnty went to the Northwest Telrltory '- Conn lok &Hubbs spent a few days in I
,'ia miles from Valntkn.. and Is, Is hereby given that. Williams "" lilda '
.y hod! by ..I"'** Mamnr. or railroad tiros where he became Identified town last week Inspecting his large A Company purchaser. of Tax Certificate ;
.
ZoU1 o0tI(2I7 from Una,ill*on want high bank ground of whloh Orescent rlsosgraoe) La..., a with the Canadian mounted police.Is grove properties here. Mr McCormick No Mil, dated. the 6th day of April, A. real '

J tmautlful aheet. urol......water IB 0.11..10 length I now In the same. service ia. South has Just returned from Naasua, D., 18U3 bee filed\ said. certificate. in my and
..... from three. lu n.. miloa lu wldtb. 'The. office and hoe made for
1 pso.( la ffbIt taldout In town tot*, Africa. Havana and south Florida points. application tax ::
I .lof"8.o. deed to inane In aocordnnoe with law. '" Wo
in twiner oonait luting a portion '
ibitteix biooks In width lying between two Tbe prospect are moat favorable lie ays.the cold weather of this Bald certificate embraces the following
,lakes-lake Cronoent on the oaiit and lake tUeliC. for a large crop of peaches the com. winter haa been general .all over the desnrlbed property situated In Putnam ..
. I pjftth weau Th.Iove&ot lake Utvlla Is 4ft teat
ft blhi;) than (that of lake Oresotmt thua afTt.nl, Ing spring. The trees are full of soutb, even reaching Nassau and County, Florida to wit:
{ Los perfect draluago. The watar' of lake ttiellai : N. E. I of 8. W. {, Section 83, Town. II:
: at
i $Its soiirae In springs. and is kept ebeolUtolyloire buds, and nothing but a killing Havana, which latter place the ship 10 Range 2(1( -.40 acres..
5 toy the town authorities who have u>a bountl-
freeze stands of >
I to In any way contamlnat lt. the way a The said. lund being .assessed at the
-Tba Plant: By stern Uallway: touchna the wentikof ful crop. green..' He Inclines to the belief that date. of the Issuance of such certificate
'"" lAke. Holla Iwo mllea from the town In the of Unknown Uulws said. the
...,la. little vteamer. conveys pnaHonKera" end Mr. I. N. Harris and son of York- the seasons are changing. name poople ,
E Craight. to and from the town aud Uresoont Cityw.Unction. hA ne- I certificate. .shall be redeemed according for sale or ._
the railway MOtion* vllle, 111., spent last week In town te law. tax deed will Issue thereon on the
gr ilrtlle* Tbe is trip one by..1 steamer the most from tiellghtful Palatka. witter or Jaokaon.rldea AH the guesU of Crescent Inn, Mr. Curd of .Thank 18th day of February A. D. 11)011.: A

sin the whole country* end the passenger who' Harris stated on Monday that he The ladles of the V. I. A. wish to Witness my official signature and seal news .....
8 takes. : title trip Is held entranced. from start hi this the IBtli day. of January. A D UKU nearly all
. |."'.b. AlA point ulna miina south of 1'nUtka "never felt so bad .at.. leaving. a place take this way of sincerely thankingall (ISo..11. ) JOSEPH PRICE.
I tit. stuamar leaves the ht.JotIe.. and enter..lte.p it. S
In "
river' A rather narrow but tortuous his life. persona who so very kindly assisted Clerk Circuit: Court Putnam Ca. Florida. NEWS
.tr.ern lined on either aide by a tiilok. growth.. :Mr. W.I Benham who left here them In entertaining the ladles Feb. 13 ; Suits
ft Of ay press. anhand palmetto veritable forest anything. .
'- pol..I. The river's oar.. are sharp Andfrdqu.ntUd several months ago to occupy a position -- cf the annual convention of the .
there I. never a long teach of NOTICE: OF APPLICATION FOB An
w..M0r in eight' After flies miles of travel with the Plorpo.it M'f'g Co.* State Federation also Mr. C. L. Tax Deed Under Becitlon 8 of Chapter. a S
Js. 6 through this stream the steAmer. emerges Into Chamberlin for the of his hall
Is the of
Savannah In employ use ,
now i 4888 Laws of Florida
:L;M* broad end btta>utltul Lak*OMaoautv A run prove a
,;.. Pi an hour and a half lands tuaj passenger atpr the Seaboard Air Line Railway In and for so beautifully decorating: It Notice Is hereby given that W. O
0fliiili City, the steamer s southernmost Try one
, :;\:: Iltidiog.* Flis boat loaves Jacksonville at 8 a. that city, and Is said to be proll erooll. for their use. Nellie L. Benham. Townsuncl purchaser. of Tax Certificate ,
'r, (\\v-mt very Tuesday, fhuraday and .Haturdnyiif Secretary. No. 741. dated the Srd day. of July A. D., !
' :, K'alatka. at a p, m the same d.,.. Returning Mr. A. L. :M. Swabey who has been 1800, has filed said certificate In oflloo, Int
.'II! :$:the boat loaves Crescent Ulty on Monday. Wed -hA... .. my .
vlaltlng In during the better
' nwdaj and 7 a. in- arriving at rlaUksv England and DaB made application for tax deed kind
. .. : at 1U :.rU.J:;:: at Jacksonville at tOt; part of the past year laexpected to POMONA.Mr. to iBBiie in accordance with law.. Said
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p. ill. No parson ever took. the Btenmer Ureeosufc certificate embraces the following described Pireotlve': "
' J<,r Oresoenvoity without experlenolnitnew return In a few days and reopen his Mllttnire 1II"I1 '
\.'1M sensations\ of pleanure and a abort ntup at Spencer Middlelon waa in property. situated In Putnam following. are
tbe west side of Lake Stella. -
home
:'I\! b little olty makes any melt or woman a lifer on Palatka Wednesday of last week. County.. Florida to wit: monil., Pre, r :: !| : :I .
.< .!?j loug' lover of the place.In Mr. Swabey will be accompanied E. 97 A. of N. W. li. section 32, town UitHhliiKtnn :
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of the mofll' Nnithvllln '
> the lowe proper are some ( S
The ladles 'of the I
Aeodlui boniM to be toned In the state .and by hla two young daughters. Congregationalchurch ship 11. range :25-07 acres. Creek' and ,
',' te people are> cultured and prosporotia. met In the -church Thursday Said. land being assessed .at the dateof Onthrle .. i "
There I.*good sohool, two ohiirohee-Kpinoo: Capt. Wm. M. Rltoh and daughter the Issuance, of such certificate. In the trnln. Hal troud. > I ,
'(;5' let And pleaaant Pre.byt4)rlAU private-and plaoea two where good hotels board, Mrs. Oxer" of Port. Chester N. Y., morning inside.for The the purpose of cleaningthe name of Kouuler Bros. Voices said certificate South clinrloBton I burgle:: ::. :: :: S

I b. obtained liutal and boarding boo. arrived on Friday last and have building presents a shall. be redeemed according to way and .
t. C are' moderate. The people have prowell nice appearance both Inside deed will Imue thereon the venliuil Inoti .
very law tax
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their home South :
"vi. k pt golf links for toe entertain opened pleasant on at all oolilHin I
. tOe I of tboee who like I this amusement.ntJly and out since Its painting and calso- 12th day of February. A. D.. 1903. eenver Tranio
{; haa more orAnge groves than Main street. They were accompanied Witness my official! signature and seal,
i Other town la the county* Orange aiiltnreL by Capt. Bitch's grandson,' mining. this the 8th day of January A.'D 100U.

. IJ'" L ill* leading of this;occupation fruit bee long of the been peopleand regArded, the.aclov Sir. Wm.,B. Oxer: his. wife. and Infant Mr. L. A. Fox of Sprague, N. Y., i Is [tseall] JOSEPH P1UCE,

, .. .to that grown. In any other section ofttM 80U. occupying his cottage In west Pomona Clerk Circuit Court,Putnam Co. Florida.. S
,,. Almont every" oRison of the place
well.kept grove, many of which oonupy for tbe remaining winter months.
) I' ove k..oUh..I"oorpor..I..o.. whlleotbum Mr. and Mrs. T. Merritt Glfford. of !
t >4 Into the country book. The nierohMUtsiKent New ]BeUfoi, MMs., who have spent Rev. H.' M. Lawson will give a .
) I" "": City are live 'and they show
'J j of goods which ...:::dOdo credit to many. the pant several/ weeks at Grove Hall lecture on his trip around the world
.o .. larger olt,,. of the ....... Living I. illustrating by steropticou views.
started their return home last Are
on trip
71L; than almost anyotbor town In the see
Monday They expected to spend 'a No admission, but a collection will '
Many By taking te
I> .*Htveeu are lined with abode trees and uoovMTul .; : : :
Ap titt..gad.. lire oakn, and broad shell walk ar'* few days in St. Augustine before be taken for expenses. by O..........

,.l.. I.1.mid.Ml. tasoany on the principal dlmuUuns.artlee .streets bloyolo patba leaving the state. Mr. and Mrs. Gifford Mr. and Mrs. Edwards and Mrs.. Putnam to.c TM eumlmttlniM.*ht Add br,..:. \ : : ,': : NT ;

.:.1 ;. .7 .; made many friends among our Mary Ames visited Palatka Thursday 0- .
. @ lnCreixee,1 City d.MriagtoieI-, people during their sojourn here all and Friday.

..r.1f,,theIr dHtae aubserlptlone tar this paper thereto or wtohlne, nut*leave to renew their of whom hope to see them again an- Mr. M. Newberger, a representative County;

J 1/;/ . Lone... at other year. Mr. Gifford came for of a Savannah dry goods house
%*J postoOlBMMMty Is our autkurUed .. &.
e "
:.' rest and states that he found It., spent two days in town last week.A Merchants
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.' Mr. and Mrs. C. d.'Preston 'entertained social was given by Rev. and

a number of their friends at a Mrs. Lawson on last Wednesday Have ,'
For '
gotten "
Personal and Soda! "Fagot party" at their home last night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I Is '< .

Friday night. Among those present C. U. Worcester, and a most enJoy- mngntftpent
were Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Carter of able evening was spent. The habit of ovorlookn

'W; W. Crewes of Seville spent .aday New York. Mr. and Mrs. S. :M. La- side and .. .. ?
A magazine club has been organized It I. a .
[ here 1a"t week. Bree Mesdames Bunker B. C. Wil- qlll"
here and 1 18 working finely. Near- Sending tilled with If.. S
;,M111s Mercedes Keown of Pomona.. liams and J. F. Bhoads Misses ly all the lead periodicals! are in this charming
|WM a visitor here lash week. Blanche. Gowen and May Hutchln "
circulation and the members are en- Away for
and Mr. E; D. Lounds. ,
|Mrs. Moody of Seville came up last son Joying the reading very much. ,%

.,;i we.k on a purchasing expedition. The Crescent City Discipline club, W. 8. Middleton made a trip to Their Two burke
under the. tutllage of Mrs. John W. to Hott ..
tJ>M Conk and Mrs. Knowlton ofIPojnona San Mateo Monday to buy a new .
Miller;will present cantata. enti- 80"00001'0"
In town last .
were Friday.iif'Wr. horse. Every room

I Samuel F.. Neal contemplates tled "Uypsey Festival" at Chamber- Mr. D. O'Drlsool, of. Palatka, has Fine pent 00 ..... .
' tin's Hall, on the night of Friday .. S S
IIRaglng i In th cultivation of been doing brick work at the tur- ,.
March 7th. The young people composing uddrroM the yon
thlrf club are hard at work In pentine still at this place.WELAKA. S
-. ... :\ : : :: :::( lost
'iih8.! in aft epidemic 'of oplpootlc; reher als. and all who know of the a- Job 11'r. .
num
". and It isn't among the former entertainment under Mrs. *. that S

jf'lior! en, either. Miller' management are satisfied : : .: \ : : : ::: ::": :; : : : ,'

.| ibe latest aoqnlnltlon to the ViiI that there Is In store for them Editor Palatka News. ,' I t treat
. | an For some time I have been savingup Work.We } : : :; : : : :::I ; ; f : l and .
I age': Improvement AHSOoiation. is evening of much pleasure.Mr. clippings which had such namesas i you" S

1; T. W. GIll. : W J.. Pierpont of Savannah, Rumneller; Gallberry Winemaker CRESCENT .. S

&Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Peck of' Pomo- spent a part of last Friday In townon Prohibit, etc., intending to find .
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ba were doing some shopping In some matters of business. He some one who would tell me what have set Er,.. J. O.., :I '!I ) : -

ton last week.: was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. they were-whether we had.a second Chautauqun, S
:r:) HlnchclUTe H. White. Mr.Pierpont Is anxious. Out to many year
sr. Thoa. is1 the first Artemus Ward,or some. one of like cure eomrnror -

fI), liava ripe home grown atrawber- to dispose of his mill site here, and nature. Some one said they came Chuutiiuqiia

this season.r. we are told has made a price on tbepropertY' from Hon. John P..Wall, but I could This Habit. Tbe hoiiM., .
and will
much lower than that at
and Mrs. W. B.. Cravath have nut believe such\ trashy unfathomable winter !
(rned to New York after.> three which it was formerly' held. The mixture: could come from he, the .beat tin .

jjk'l pleasant stay. at Qrove Hall. !site and buildings would serve excellently who once seemed so genial, and such We intend known on "
for )almost any kind of1 a II
I a good fellow and warn always wel-
he ladles tot the V I. A. hanit
another manufacturing enterprise. come among us during the political To do it
I sum of $iO on tbelr out- I I '
', dlB debt which leaves bat $50 The Misses K.Agnes.and Elisabeth campaigns but noticing your article Lound's ,{'

to pay. Ryan, daughters of ExCongressmanWin. : headed Chattahoochee or Tallahassee By giving I ) ;,

'fr iI''the': have, arranged Byanof Portchester. N. Y.. ar. I can see it all and have con- |. 1 I
young people ,
rived at Grove Hall last Sunday signed the clippings to the flames. <
fri'1some Bort of entertainment toplace 1 : r ;: \
night. With them were' Mrs. Addison He now has Philosopher and J. F. IlodernWork Offers ,
i each Thursday evening at ::': :: :!: ;: : :
.. i;'A.IaIl. Johnson of Osslnlng, N. Y., and on the string and I shall be very sorry : ::: :l::; .

; LaSree ;;; Miss M. JWler, of, Saratoga. The to bave him continue and surely .' : : ; : .: :: : : ) :):< : : :::
lie ,telephone
: line hasjbeea
,'. ., young ladies cams for.a stay till the bring up to that sustltutlou spokenof '
. ; i Improved by the placing In of close of the'aeaon and being golf I In west Florida. Would it not atmodest T ,::: ::. : |: ; :: : : :::; :'

:; neW telephones and la again In fine enthusiasts that sport will now become be better for him to drop It any try ) .l .. ( ..

.i, 1MIrklng order. more epidemic. Mr. Ryan. expects and .ave bin reputation\ ? for the list And L ,: ::: : : ; \:' : : ; ::\

:,Mr;" / O.; Modrady1
,eksonvUla .on, Saturday and returned I said I had not yet found a man At '
days.W. : :::: : ; : ::. : : '-_
r I Monday.: He has found .
a C. Tappan and wife of Attle- who was in favor of the dispensary The .. <' .
. [pcofl table position. boro Mass., came taut. F.rlday for tbe bill; I have been inquiring ever since (Popular) 1 Ie I .. :.to T**
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Jrr. and Mrs. H.-:1.: Wellman of purpose of stopping, but not being and Mr. Wall seems to play a very I, .Hi. ..4L

bridge Springs; Pa., have taken able to secure desirable hotel accommodations lonely hand. Prices. We have. .

i S home of Mrs. Mary Smith,. on left for south Florida the Our little town seems to move on for If the mind

S ?f sLraeb for the season.strawberries .. following day. However Mr.Torrey in good shape. Stores full of good your your head ) la the

; I rge In small doses and former Attleborer made their goods people look healthy. and plen- show you ::\: : :: ;; I: ;:: : ,* un-the t S 4

- Ire dealt to customers at Preston's short ,stay so agreeable ,that they ; ty of grumbling at the continuous We have : : ,i I ;:I ,Honor nud 4

S |>cream counter last Saturday. may return later and. make a longer cold weather- JOHN ;::\:;; : ::: : :::' ;; ., "My Mra.
It y were grown under glass cover.r. stop. Mr. Tappan like all other Last week I made a trip down to The Types oroupi
Pine Level 12 miles west to Arcadia a but
O.; A. Pratt's home has been gentlemen from his town;!Is a manu HAIR ." dose

t1ed I to a new coat. .. of paint. That facturing Jeweler.Mr. and saw some very fine orange And all otherUptodate : : : Betua
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work was. well done stands toon and Mrs.lease Carll of North- groves. Generally a low country, The chop : ; : .1 dla- 17

for Mr. Pratt did the job himKr. port L. I. are On a tour of the state orange land neighbors far apart)lone a My new.....and....are ; : : .It.will -_ .t.

I t, > and It Is probable thai they may can make a living here as easy as toweli are 0'' .,... ",..
At Putver's make a visit to Orescent City Mr. there.' It la cold there also. perfect ::: : ;: { ::: _. S
condition
He III nliows no and Mr*. Carll have not been here Irish potato time .is nearby and a Facilities.I .

i ovemet\and the'"worst fears a very Ire entared. sick- for several years. though through good warm. rain Is needed.F. I .. -.A_. : fifteen write.

| :His son In Boobester hasi the Naws they have been kept postedon C. WALDKON. 'Spose you I! apent
the affairs of the place. Mr. Carll .0. relief.
i I telegraphed for.On. Is a brother of the late David Carll, $100 Reward. !; > :: : \ ;: :y.and a S

| Edwin Gilbert's cottage on and .la a prominent shipbuilder.Last :I will pay one hundred dollars reward Send your % : : : I 1 ..great ana
[ street.. has been v&8tlylmproYed year Mr. Carll wan detained In for the arrest and convictionof Peach known t

atntlng. It Is understood that\ a New.York sanitarium, and tbe I the party who out the wires of the Order now to tbo Vn-**
fence at the northeast corner of .
Gilbert will put ..If his my !
property fact that be Is again In Florida la grove lot*. I. A. Hurlbut. ALL l thin

od shape before returning north. evidence that hU health la now bet ,.. .. ,.. n p-

, L U. O.. Welch has. returned from ter, and this will be pleasant news Russelland nON to la.,,.she. -
S fek's'vlalt with his brother Dr. to his friends here.A Speaking' of,Pants Laesf. l: ; .::J (endue n"...,

t,: [;,P. Welch, at St. Petersburg I.ong Island paper,of last week Leads us to remark that the Celebrated GOOD ...*
h. went to seek little Buokslu Breeches are kept .. and
i a rest Chas.D. '
Mr. .
has this to concerning ,
say exclusively at Chamberlin's. Buckskin mi ." \is, to*
Overwork. He much 1m- ....
was Smith the hard wood ashes man
Breeches outwear any other p.0. hi* .
:' ,,- *dbytbetrlp.'t3t'EJ4 who Is quite well known: In Crescent pants on the market. We have a

>. Malcolm' of Jericho\, JS. City "Chas Duryea Smith Is 67 .full new line.
"" C. I... CHAMBEBJ.IH
with his daughter friend He U Vickers St.
anil J a years old today. feeling- Crennent City. ;

u. to arrive at. Grove Hall al- chipper. most men half that,age,, The _

t any day. Mr* Malcolm baa not A business' deal with the ,Central
FOR SALE-A good, round bottom
[ bore In two years and hla many Railroad of New Jersey* which has row boat. Will be sold cheap. Palatka : :

d. will be pleased to-,greet him been banging fire for many long Enquire E. D.;Jx>und., Crescent City and mv : : 8.00 _

t_ months, wa consummated yesterdayto pos office. News Pulatka, v '" _
th the pleasant S weath- Mr. Smith's greatsatlsfaotlor and If' LatZll.: : '. '
he I I. flue la The mercllr'went t.. 85 at! Cutler '. day* Krtday
: _d 1 some more pleasant golfers ItS feeling consequence. ':, .' ,
one night last week and InJuJed the have
> hoped that the link*. of the Mr. Smith comes from the good old string bean crop. There are over Palatka, Telephone...utka 6&p : : \ s lor '. _

I _b ut City J Country club" win"no took that landed here.about 1600 or 700 acre of tomatoes at Cutler In various ---- pet .
|r wear tb at.. l6nsome look. Be- 1970, .uwJ ha ,,traoes ,hi*. reseed back itagea of cultivation, but they Florida. .

l t out door renreatlon.even gool many generation.. The. farm "on were uninjured by tbe euld.Peleys MBLE c 4,

I of tbe chnrou should not be which he make his home ham been Hoawy M4 TMP aims the .." % th.N : : : ", .
I of this In tbe family BO less than. 8UO yan, hAet U triff II' -.. .tit w .Mx hO_ '
: _fame. and it Ie". for sale,"* :.... CII:1n''c: : Utan, thaMM..---....:: .
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; ;, 'i"jt9[ a "White Man's Town.nr Lenten Services. .
< : The Okehumkee carried 24 pasengnrs.to After Taking. Martin Griffin & Co.

I; ( A lei Palntka News. The lenten services at St. Mark' guy fi"WtnIUJ) aud $ Silver Springs ;yesterday.Mr. O. 'V. Chalflnch, a former member ,

.: : ladles( of tho philanthropicnoli EPiscoPal' church, Rev. Douglas Robert Lee Purnell\, Of New of the Gem City Guards,whoso home
', of the Woman'B Fortnight : Personal menton. .Ym'k. formerly of Snow Hill Md. is 1882-1902.
*. Matthews, rector will be aa follows I $ was at Buffalo. Bluff, and who served
ly'' Club In the city. for few Mr. Pur-
through the columns of a days.
"' your Dully evening prayer 4 \p. in. except nell IH n commeruln.1 traveler and in throughout the Spanish-American:! "Weator.
,
I1Gmoxoxd.. :
papewlllh to call the attuntion of Co :: : sts.
thu Sunday.: O. O. Smith, of Louisville, Ky.: here fur business ua well aa pleasure. war in Cuba aa..a member of the : .
people of Pnlatka to the
they are making towards. efforts, Litany, Wednesday and Friday, 9 scam a visitor In the city Tuesday.! The steamer. Okeohumkee got Fifty-seventh Indiana regiment, Is WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. DEALERS IN

bettering a.. :ii'. nground olT Hurt's point at an early now In the navy, a seaman on the
the condition of our strut-Is( nndBldewalks. Mrs. Douglas Matthews; Is visiting Doors. Blinds, Paints. Oils. Lead Flows, Plow Fixtures :
) hour Saab CuUlvaton
2.'U1 1 he '
) February Hocond Wednesday but What
< Sunday I In morning was Topeka at Port Royal. Wire ,
Smooth
In ,
JaclMom this week, Barbed Wire,
Steel
hauled. Iron
I' lent, early celebration of holy 'com olt by II small 1 boat which thinks of the navy is stated In verse Stapies Tin Bootlog. 001'- Drills.> Seeders, Hoes, Bakes, Soythoi
These ladles havo had placed, ( on F. C. Cochrane made a business went to her ""MIlitance.Edwhl Wire Netting. ,
: 4 uiunlon 7:1)0: ) a. m.; morning pray to a friend In this city, and Is aa follows rugntea Rooting Tarred. linoflog Paper,
the streets neatly painted barrels er and sermon 11 a. In.; evening trip to Hampton and Waldo this Gilbert of Crescent City Is : hooting Nails, Sewer Pipe Well Curb8nathos, Potato Forks Bhovols, Bpsde,,
'
marked with the letters W. F. week. reported to have Bold 1,700 acres of '
I 0., as Flue. ,
prayer and sermon 7:45: p. m. Bub land near the head of Crescent Lake, I stood outside and viewed the navy, ing Chimney Wads, Caps. PlokAxes, Saws Cutlery, Mill huppUu,
for the refuse Shell. Powder
receptacles which Cartridge""
: : bios Jectof Dr. and. Mrs. Goo. E.Welch are entertaining Oh I what lovely Bight
; sermon Sunday night. %Vhat III St. Johns county, to Kelterer & a ) Primer, Handle. Axe Han- Files Pumps Babbit
: heretofore been thrown on the streets Miss of I enlisted said that I Mitould< go shotiisaw packing, UeUI,
f lire Words 'Vorthnc'gular \? Virgie Philips Atlanta ])mm the turpentine operators, who So dies Hoe Handles .

'k ,, by a negligent public; and there will -- Sl.,__..___ ; will establish a saw mill on Dead And for my country flght. Hammer Handles. File Handles. Stoves Plumbago Woodenware Tinware, Gran.Itewara .
_ L 4 Lake. I bid farewell to all my friends, Cash
i hereafter be no excuse for the past Open Meeting/; L. O. Canova is In Tampa. In nttendance And like a hero off did start, Stove FurnlBhlngs Htep Ladders. Lanterns and Burners.
untidy condition of our Tax: Assessor Dullard In the fancies Drawers.
thorough'ares. The next open meeting under the upon the state convention was With my mind all filled with
city last night. Mr. Bullard
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reports In heart.
And a lightness my Remember we curryThe
of ice
auspices of the ph lUwthropio department men. tlmb the citizens of the
county are
The city authorities have : By rail the route was pleasing,
4 the club of nnureil of the 'Volnlln's Fortnightly Rev W. N. Flanders, of Charlotte, generously\. supporting him In his efforts : And everything went well Celebrated O. K. Stoves and Ranges.IN .

At; thelsympnthy and< cooperation Club will be held, in the club room N. (I., spent several day of this weekIn to curry out the governor's Until I went aboard the Topeka,

... ..,. In the work they have (Crlll block) on 'I'uesdIlY.llftel'noon the city. structions regarding the assessment, Then I thought I was in-well It STEAM FITTING DEPARTMENT
and that OUR
the nnnessable .!
undertaken persona
and they will now be wont do to tell!
called to Into next, Fob. 25thnt8 o'clock when the Mrs. It. U. Wells line returned property will show a very material For the decks were lined with rookies
upon put practical LINE OF
operation InereiiBO.. WE CABBY A FULL
following will be read after
: papers and stout
lean
,
... those ordinances from a three week's. visit to Tampa. Liinkey,
against lIt- which tea will bo served and< a soda and< Lakeland. The revival service at. tho First All kind* of freaks of nature; \
tering the streets with wuxte! paper, half hour spent: Baptist church opened on Monday Scattered all about. J1pe: :iF'ittin.ere: G":1.a.geSVo. ,

fruit skins, etc., which already exist "The PttHMlon Play at Oberammer W. C. Alvers, of Slsco: spent a evening with a sermon by Rev. Thos. The decks were wet and sloppy, -- 3E3tc.

i: but becaime of it lax puhllo sentiment wltnesHud, few hours in PalatkuiSaturday, transacting P. JIll)'. On Tuesday Rev. A. J. Soapsuds everywhere, ..lTres, /
i ) have gnu, ax not been us rigidly en- Mrs. W. W. Cummer, of Jacksonville held each night, the same to Thick as 'skeeters in the nlr. We make a specialty of Sanitary Plumbing and Steam Fitting.

forced as they should have buen. 1:<'111. ... Mr. Edward< Derby has been 'con continue so long as the Interest, war 'I'hey rim me up the rigging, _______
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_ 1 :: The club him also covered, a number "Heredity," by Mrs. W. H. Fel- nod to his home for several days rants. Rev lioitiny will preach on Morning, noon and night u -=

... of street crossings with a layer' ton, of C'nrteisvlllu, (iii. post with illness. Sunday both moriifnir/ and evenlnur..- They fed me on rice, raisins ana beef A. E. WILSON QEO. E. WELCH,, T. B. MERRILL,
No man could bite.
J : '. of palmetto fiber, to the lusting. iygIeno of /Schools, by M. Mr. II A. King, one of SIsco's Judge\. C. I. Bowton of this city was Eight Inches space to sleep In, PBXSIDXNT. Ymca PBSSIPBMT. CABBIII

________ gratitude of many weary ptuloHlrlatm Kelolmrd, of Jacksonville, }'I.... prominent citizens, made tike. city a Great elected Great Chief of Records of the A rainbow shape at bent. ,
V and cycll ts. And they hope to do Council of Red Men at Daytona Was all that poor me had THE Putnam National Bank
f much more work in that line. A very cordln.llllvitation Is extended brief visit Saturday. last. week. H. Merwln, also 01 To lay my head to rest.

to all women, younii and old, who Chart. A. Spencer, United States I'alHtka, Was elected Great Keeper They took me out for target practice

.t This Is an educational work and IU'Olot members of the Fortnightly Inspector of hulls of Jacksonville, of Wampum and Tom Holden Great Soon after I went aboard Of Falettlca.
'..' these ladies hope by persistent efforts Guard of Forests. They are all big darned sick
: Club, to attend these meetings. was In Palatka Tuesday. ) But; I got so gol < sea
: to create such a sentiment for Injuns, now. That I never tired a load.Ho .

44i A' well-kept and traversable< streets MR F. C. COOHKANE, Gov. Jennings has appointed John The 'third of the series of lectures now I stand inside the navy, We solicit the account of the people throughout Putnam County and Under all

that the city authorities cannot afford Chairman. .... _Committee._ Kink of Nashua., to be /llsli and game under, .the!.auspices CLUb I mil_of_ the_ Woman'srorcmgiiciy On Looking the rolling out to, rocking leeward deck,. the courtesies and aooommodatlone consistent with good Banking.
oe
: : .. < to disregard It. There will ,also warden for Putnam county. given at me With longing rubber neck
Heath of Mrs. Syo. rooms on Friday. evening by Miss a -
be an appeal made to the mothers of John Boyer, of New York, was. In McLean of the faculty of Stetson Thinking of the post times

". ., families and< the school tencherH, to Mrs. Olive n. Nye, wife of Mr. Jay the city Tuesday on a visit to his University, DeLiind. The subject That I'd had out on the green,
_ Nye, one of the proprietors, of the of Miss MrLean'H' lecture will be But to me they are only memories
teach the children that it IH 11I-bred family at the Arlington hotel. ;;;
Never to bo .
Uriihttm House died at 'The Industrial Revolution." more seen.i
) and< vulgar to be careless of their an early Claud< Hans, of (Oreen Cove Springs, -'..aiaJlllllnery _-
I>Wednesday morning in her The. Ladles' Aid l
Society of St. BarrelsWanted.
and the empty
surroundings comforts of was In the city Saturday, on a visitto James \ Opeuing.
apartments/ at Unit hotel, of heart } [. E. church met Tuesday
I. others, and to try to Instill In them n failure. About a. week Mrs. hla sister, Mrs.\ Louis Bohlen. afternoon at the home of Mrs. Thos. Miss\ Kate L. Lucas will give her

desire to make their own yards. and ago Nye Mra. Burtz, Daytona, is expected W. Ralph on Pnlittkn Heights, Mrs. annual Spring opening of Millineryand
: : sidewalks< us attractive as poHutble.. gave birth to a child< and since that N. J. 1'IlKhmnnlJrPHldlng; Mrs J. T Fancy Hoods on the following .

u, a .: Now, if anyone feels Inclined to time IIIIH been quite ill. to arrive In the city /Saturday 01 Hond.llecretllry. There were fifteen dates, Friday and< Saturday: March
short visit to Mrs. E. C. Jackson.Wm. members prE'tlnd. much llth 16th. A cordial invitationis
scoff at the work of tlienu.. Mrs. Nye was' a most estimable business an< Write the
pni'iiesl
: lady, a devoted wife and mother, Kowton of Jacksonville visIted was trannacted. During the afternoon extended to the ladies of Palatka
art women and their "triiHh bnrreln". (us refreshments and Putnam to visit the store
consisting of county
; I know and in her death those who were do his parents, Judge and< Mrs. C. chocolate MONKRIDGE MFQ. CO. Palatka Fla.
some have done) will he and cakes, were served and) on the above dates. ,
kindly come forward and suggest pendant upon her have suffered a I. Bowton, In the city last Sunday.C. greatly enjoyed. The society Is p..Sa-

_ loss that cannot be NCheduled to convene next The Federal grand Jury at Tampa
; some other practical plan for batterIng overestimated. Carman, Sr. visited his fijmlly again
: Deceased Tuesday< afternoon at. the home of has found a true bill against W. E.
born ,
: the condition of was February 14th, on the HelghtlllaHt Sunday, returning -
our town ; for Mrs. E. E. Haskcll, on Oak street. Metford for robbing the Orlando
f 7' 1 making it look more like a white IH03! at Farrugut, 1'a. She was mar- to. St. Augustine III the after- n....',,"' ... .. fA.... mo..h. ? ..._

I man's town? We will be grateful fled l to Mr. Nye In 18UU since which noon. Oscar to Ornlnesvllle C. Smith lino the been summoned I ford Is"a morphine;; flend,'and;; rthere Is

for any reasonable suggoatloiis. It t time she has been a resident of Flor- "' ipI. Byam of Boston is expected the Plant System, where headquartersof he expects ground much\ sympathy that when<< for loaded him with, on morphine the- JUST RECEIVED AFRESH WESTERNAND

i has. been well said that neatness and Ida. With her husband she came ,to to arrive In the city sometime this to be transferred, to another he is not responsible for what

attractiveness have a moneyed vulue. I'nlatka lost December. to manage week to remain throughout the point trusted; on that line. Mr. Smith is a he does. But then Irresponslhl..should .

';; 4' With the help of the city ofllclnlM,., the Graham HOIIN The body was enson. and because employs of his of the long Plant connection System, not be permitted to run at NEW CHOP 01"Landrplh's "

,z /1A for It has been demonstrated that- taken to Beftner, Fla., lost. night, at Albert K: Parker has returned with the company IMn. thought!! thai large." FLORIDAMEATS
which place the funeral and Interment his transfer
to from Palatka
.. paraphrase an old saying-an from Green Cove Springs, where he deserved means a FOR RENT-At Welaka, a pleas- Garden Seed
ounce of law is worth a pound of persuasion will occur to-day. Mr. Nye promotion. His many ant live-room cottage with kitchen Go to the Palatka City Market
has just completed a large plumbing friends in this. city will his
regret
the women of this club hope and two little children-a little six contract. departure. lie left for Gainesville and dining\' room. Apply box 88, FOB (Wholesale and Retail)

to raise the reproach that now rests year old 1 daughter and the Infant of a on Tuesday morning.The i Welaka, }o'II\. tf THOS.
_ week-are the survivors and to them Mrs. Whitman and< daughter, Mrs I WANTED HOLDEN Prop.
rent
,
u upon our town of being one of the a piano for 8
though comparative strangers here Auger of Nashua, were pleasant visitors ntenmer Metamora the months. S.: Warner, Falatka. SPRING PLANTING Sausage Poultry Bacon
,
: most ill-kept and unattractive places Lucns' Ocklawaha river Ilnemade its .......... ... ._..._... ,
to the Saturday on a shopping -
1 in the state and making It indeed a the' sympathy of our people goes out. city Initial trip up that ever Interesting Registration i Notice.i : Hams, Etc.
:
Gem City.In The bereaved husband Is well-nigh tour. And plcturpxque, stream to Silver 438 Lemon
St. Palatka Fla.
a _r' conclusion we would l like to broken hearted at the sudden< and Mrs. II. S. Wilson and her sister, Springs last 'l'neMet.Doon. .\ carrying tOe Tha Court Oltf.llimne Reglatratlon. from 8..Booka. m. 'to will 1 p. be m.open ou 'tba at At City Drug Store 'Phono, 17. ,
+ a large number of passengers. The following. tlKjrat Saturday, ,March ..
thank the unlocked lfor death.F. Mrs. Slocum. of Brooklyn, N. Y., lati Momlajr, ,
mayor and the city council Metamora's March mad, .
regular\ ,schedule of Saturday, Maruti nth | Monday, .
- :; .. for their kind words of encourage A. Gerber & Sons have charge spent a few days. of last weekvln StAiiguntine : calls for leaving Pnlatka at 12SO: \trips Maroh mINI, flalurtlay, Marull intbi, Monday. ,
p. Maroh 17tht Saturday Marun. vandt! Mond...,, Harry E. Stewart.
;* ,. ment, and the many merchants of th,' 'of the funeral arrangements.An vn.after thfl arrivals of frame from Maroh :4th Mel from 9 .. in. to aundown on -

,.. .u.iij ': town, who have greatly helped by ...r Andrew Shelley and Jos. Price, jr., Tuesdays Jnoksnnvllln. and St. AnPiilKtlneii Saturday Marou\ 21f'b IU...B.. t KENNERLY F. C. Corsets
Thursdays and
/ :: : I donating the barrels to the c'ltuue Injustice to Mr. Wall. went to Jacksonville OIl Monday to The Metamorn. Is a comfortable Saturdays: llli- City Suporvlaor'. PRESCRIPTIONSCAREFULLT m .h.. .

... ,, ) TL thus saving us much expunge. .; also. Editor PALATKA NEWPI witness the presentation of the opera orally managed boat and the trip Is COMPOUNDED. AMERICAN BEAUTIES:

tif.; the Monkridge Manufacturing. Co., It has been repeatedly stated In "Floradora." one of the most romantic and. attrac- NOTICE. !

3 for the palmetto fiber which It HI'' thin. community that Mr. John P The subject of Rev. Douglas live In the south.President AtuimuslflgOtuI.? '0 Cltro.unoll hnul In the w. H.vatHatra >
\V..llis. too I ignorant a. man to serven Counnll clmiubAr, Fobruary limb I mae( the A
.. kindly offered us. We now expect ,. a member of the state legislature Matthews sermon at /Bt.Marks. church Craig of the Palatka and Ronrd. alul.mosI, :| J 1 tile ruvlitliin, of,lb.(July Kf>.Rl A ON TICK 1IRAC1I. ., In mil

u ready and willing compliance with that I being Ignorant, he is tilled with; next Sunday night will be "What Heights street, railway states that he were tratlnn strtckail Uxilts'' I IWAUU from which tOe.followluff ....W.. cean H onSet B ..ra._. ,"Iurid.. ', ..trl.. end
has just s< cur"ddJltional (tupliosItuOpen \ Daytona.) haipam to fit
.- the lawn against throwing trunk In [irejiullcex, mid<1 therefore not open to Words Worth?" motivepower No. OMC ((1))-Artoruon, 1. A.t, Boyln ..
argument, is this true? are for the line III a new and per Mnrkt' titirrr, A. D.I Vox. U. W, O.t, UoDonalil. ... nil the yonr.RabnU.no'" Iol'L6O po.da"< .va>or Eoare.and .
7 the
., streets from the rest of the pub A. Democrat. Miss Emma C. Ebert expects to fectly reliable flve-year-old mule M U. Nelmi:, llfnrri' : lloXuru' W. A. Smith, CHAS KUPPERBOSCH Prop'r. .v..."

t.. : lie. KeHpectfulIy, East l'l tlltka Flu., Feb. 17th, 1UU2.: leave Monday for New Yore, where He says that from now on the ears Jauobi WAIIINO.Weenull' TWO, H.(:)B.i-fllernuu Wnllers-W.I. T.Lavrus 1'.., A4"m.. Jor..t!..old
uW u A MEMPEK OF TUB CI.VH will run on schedule time and con (7. 5., 0111e5. U. P.u, Vb II...I. tLi OrIOn, Wm. I undajr this
'. .. ..<. m_ The report that Mr. Wall is an Ig the will enter the New York hospital nect with all trains. ; that they will L On become trained to H., 100... Wm.1 1000.. L.D.j, Keller. A. H., W.r......_
; S, : norant is to a nurse. run accommodate church
Ii. man evidently not true. going ,
City Election :Not Par Oil' Uhna t LitmpkliiH, Jwi Itlta; ., T.M., "Mon.r
v The editor has had several letters A new shingle roof Is being put on people, to and from church ;i that he lllloy, Alex' : lloynolilis' J. A i BMphtmn. 4. T.1, r.
a j The annual. election of municipal will hare both cars and track In good Smith, r.J.i Stripling W. M., Tuoknr J. H. New Line of I..nded after.
officers will from him during the past year, and, J, C. Raabe's soda water factory order soon and will make effort WARD No.Teens(*>- 3"lI Petnri'OoTAMal I four ....1'1..
occur on Tuesday, the every Wm.lOono:P. Lu i slier 1 MI.DUOT, r,, J:
kIur; 8th day of April, a matter of a little Judging from these our opinion The cottage next to B. J. Orooms' to run to suit the public; that Mltohell, J. 3.1 MolAr./, C. ....1| Snow, W.C.i; Spring trial If cora. I.
would be that the writer was a man residence Is receiving like repairs. when the paving and sewer work begins To.m..n.Ii.O.: Shirt Waists ; Dot satisfactory.Icolt ,
tfr-L4 : over six weeks. the will WtnuNu. Foun ((0-Adams.l O. I.t; beer, A
-' .- of fair, common school education< Mrs. F. A. Slocum, with her little company rebuild the O.t; BollnKnr, 0.Sm t anrwooii, O. B.I Orsb.rry" ; Also
i, i( f So far as the News IH able to lean track and possibly adopt some kind of J. 11.1: (anu.ghIou, M." ma; ; t Lump. : for this it

.* ,t ;, there bas been but little talk of can I'he editor has heard the same report nun, Master Jock, of Brooklyn. N. Y.. motive power other than the kind kills: t..t; Muutt r, A.LumPklu.IO.II.II.... ts"i.I\: }:\ Full Assortment Trade MrKon
himself but it now used that the J.I; sawert, W. :
never much ; Inald of
Intends
.. dldates up to the present time, but gave has been the guest of her sister, Mrs company Ulllu, J.K.i; SmithS.J.I, Hmltn T.N. Summer oor..iand
interest thought. Inquiry among Mr. Wall's H. S. Wilson -OlnnU.: Vim.; i Flax, P. on box.

I some some one, and should that BOOH.be aroused ItcHkle< bj Friend since the receipt of the above weeks. ments. _D.t:M."_Ilautfliuin.' .. ...., '.": M.I.:.v., :"::'II"I.\.:v"': _(\.lufl_..M.:..!|..Jolly..., ",.J.W.fon ....'. Hamburg and Swiss KALAMAZOOCORSET

'5 .. mayor, 10 aldermen are to be elected, letter has convinced us that the rePort Mrs. Oeo. Gosch of Eau Oalie, John On G.(lout Thursday evening/! .\fr. eel: ,(U.A:'A.I U.,| Smith' :"il'J; : :|: B Vrulll.ul.. John., A. M.| 1Iuo.hu" Embroideries, and
does Mr. Wnll great InJustice. Robinson and Mrs.\ Nannie Ito.SiXH, (( )-Amatnr. lnni] AleXtader. CO.
.Zr. 1j and these will have to do with the I It is stated reliable Fla., spent several days in the city G. Rlngham were joined in the PunlxUi, Aiintlu, Wm.i; Aab, a.ulll; 1/.0/ >1..., S. Hosiery Sol. N.h. .
; ,- ... expenditure of the big sum of money\ upon authority mist week, the guest of her aunt bonds of wedlock at the home of the 8 I OllinnilnilD', W. 55.1 I IXulor, a. U.| U.rlil, Just received at r
DAVIM, fl. Hal
that the Hlpoi R| Kntin. O. M.I freemen 5.1. kloh
to : for during republican adminis bride on Lemon street, at 8 o'clock ; : : : rasoFOR o. ,
g city improvements which wllcome Mrs. Couver. She was en route to Mini P.u.etor Win.i ChMMletm. Wylla i U.I' ,
.. % .. 3r 4 from the sale of the (ration of county /School Superlnten Brunswick Ga. Itev.' R. L. Honlker St. James M. .Idnmai Urlmaai' IIloho"l.. | army, Bryant, HarrliiKton Kate J C.: Eucas.
recently K.: church Slepheni; ; Uolloy, '. W i James, J.
$itul authorized bond Issue. For this A
I # 'I' one Mr. Wall was employed to teach the The Misses Doyle of New York number of friends of the happy I lu.t Lucas., Wm.i LuoaH, W. J.t Mnana, Alex.i, THE S. E. BOND COMPANY
,Ij'4 : ". r'1w reason alone care should exercIsed city, arrived last week and are the couple were present to witness the MunitenHami' Moore., Johni )(oJo ,.h, Johui
negro school, No. 85, at Sister Spring solemnization, Mldillelon, 'llmi; Nelwin. M. j
Wm ,
of the
.
4ylwr! In seeing that good, level headed men gumestsofthe Mlaaes Whitesides. The nuptials, and Pattoiit Edward. 1'......",.0..1.310..0"1 n. I.
church, some six miles east of his many wishes were | DR. H. C. WELCH
bF nominated. expressed for the Itoblnaon, David' f ItluhardB; J. E.i: Haundnra. ,
: are < Tho council will
: not present home. Of course the fact young ladies were here last winter happiness of the contracting parties. Thninaw' '; smith, A. M.I sIm.lsy L.i' Snllera, Less ':I'han:'
.. $ f .j ) ? spend the money directly, but It will that iiid made many, friends. Mr. Robinson or"Uncle Jack" as he E.I Hpoxl: ., .C.i Wootnu. ,,,J. H i'W'I., :; .., Jo phi; Will be at his offloe la CRESCENT
he was then considered WanhluiiKiD, O.il.i, Hanhln' ti W. L.
o.
t have the power to block or acquiesce competent Is more familiarly known Is a trust WAttU No. Buvi-a (;>.Auibroae.. "' W. ". But :I1f: : ::Eri.ce.
Mrs. J. C. Smith of Columbus | CITY and
; to teach the colored on Thursdays, Fridays Saturdays :
.
A' 'I.. in the work of the bond trim tees. young idea ed employe of the Plant System: and tor, L.T | Bn ai 'r how to shoot should< dispose of the Ohio, who has been visiting at the has a host of friends who congratu lop Will! BrownT., bennelt/ T C.I Con", of each week.

I '$ j' should Therefore be elected.careful business men slander now raised against his purely home of her sister Mrs. Dr. Cyrus late him. Mrs. Bingham has. resided J.Oonyera.J.il'hlran, Ii.,A Fowler J.i; carnill, M. A.I B.I|, Fowler Carroll' ,, O.D. 8.1 P.1,, ODe "4eated.' S spring wagon list

ts u The men composing board of educational qualifications to sit in during the post six weeks, left for and In this enjoys city for the a esteem number of of a years large, (Fowlor Iru.u,,E.:o.'.l'.i Pi i Guy; onmo., l..'P.1:|Benryi uruonu: ,Cram J. E.1, :::.;. Office on Central Avenue.U. axles and wheels, suitable for one penal

the hallx of legislation.. her home on Tuesday evening.Mr. circle of bin J. T.I ::' Joe; UuirBlna, >, | RUton, or a load of 1,400
admiring friends who .. 'l..d:4j:;: : pound"
i lff'L' W bond trustees are among the best bus- join I'. i..1| .| Uanouuk, D. P.I;i' llaiaii,
,n. J. K.'; Lane or Putnam Hall in wishing her happiness."Dr. B. n.m: o,; W. U'.t ilat.htfl.uJ.A.i,' | Urn. Also ,
mess taienc in jrtuiiiKa. ine council I Hcslgll" From .Nuvul Aciulemy. in the dim, M.J.i: dart;., T.B I llamn:J.: E.| Jon s .U>PI.BAI....... CHAS. H. HILUABDG. tools bolts, soreira, harrow sulphur
: y should measure up to the snnie' standard was seen city yesterday. Mr. ." D. 1%!. Milton the alleged Janieai, Jahnaon. L.5.i| JohnMon, H. J.1| Jolfio, soap
spray eta.
Naval cadet Oeo. Vi'. JamMi, Jubni Z pump,
Bassett is Lane has recently I JoUna L.w.a"ulr. A. H.I
:. of ability. accepted a pe"Itlon Forger who WitS located in this city Uanucy. M. EI I Mi.rum. J. HI, Murphy
Jen
? home from the United States Naval with the Etonlah Canal and lout week, but who got out of the mmubeokH.G.u' N<* ; y 1 G.I. LOPER B1EY X CO. Jon Wetherbee,
-k ? The Incoming mayor will not Imve Academy at Annapolis, with his resIgnation drainage Company at Florahome to rear door while tha front of his new Prloa, L.1 Poawr, J. L.i rz ro".h'i.I"w.W'Be...
the Inter 1.0.1 p Shelly. J. II J. Town ,, PrultIand Fla
features Lj
disagreeable of the office ly rented house i
In the hands of the Secretary take charge of its dredge boat. was arrested few was being watched, Tb'-n:1r:-: :: .,wi;\ 'nj5.11, ; I k ti\l."b TO..d.i': ;, Jameai; ((7 miles weet ot Crescent )
l# : as now constituted to confront him, of the Navy. Mr. Bassett a days later at Ma- Wlg, t. \ Fire Insurance: CltJ
; The police court work will be taken acknowledges Mrs. James Greenwood of Sisco, conOa. He had a large number of Any pence whoae name) may have) been
wronRtully or
to arroneoualy atrloken
a feeling of homesickness Forged checks from Mia
from his hands and given to who is well-known in this city, hoc on his person at the RBlHtratlon' BooNe. aa.par above.Hat, who shall. Leading American and
over a and this, together with the desire time of his arrest He wits held< by wltbln ..Ima not laaa than tan lays belbr tha, Foreign
been
5 municipal judge. The position will of his mother to have him home suffering with an attack ol the Miieoq authorities until the arrival day. eloutlon; to ba held In ,Iba ouy on the nth

then be simply one of honor, with ed to his resignation. The heart trouble at her home for several of deputy sheriff Hand, of Or. day aatlaraotlon or" April ot next the mete city such Council rites, appear.shall b u.>tlia en Companies. When it comes to

the power of veto. Such being the young man days past. She was much better at land, who has returned to Florida titled' to have his name raatorrd to th. Hacla.atratlon .
noed make no apologies for the home- with his prisoner, where he Is. Buoka. Accident Insurance
not and want-
report a speedy Is :
case it ought not to be hard to got o sick recovery for for forging check Tba City Oounnll will maal on the Third
feeling. No right minded a of $150 at Or TABLE

? good man for the. sacilfice.i man ever left a good home without young expected.Mr. 1I", ."_.nom._the_ ___pure._.0.00.|. The Travelers of Hartford SUPPLIES
i ... .
_:y' T W. E. Bowler of Brldgw.ater crook for whom the Pink hare boon erroneously atrlcaan.
experiencing that same reeling. nut By order ot the (C'ouudll.J. .
.e. erton's have
? Married Wednesday Ktenliifr.\ Jass., baa been visiting In the city a standing reward of N.BuoiwibL., Life We
Insurance
lie Oily Clark. have
impression among his friends .5m>. This money will go to the Macon February 12,1WJ.EXECUTOR'S. : an Idea that we can pleaM
.
Y PL Capt. John D. Points of this here is the past two weeks the guest of Mr, officer who
city that he has made a mistake made the arrest, and you and not, at the same time, unnecessarily '
2 : was married yesterday at Lincoln- Iq resigning. The young man begins C. 'V. Gilpatrick. Mr. Bowler Is an the; Palatka officer who didn't make SALE OF LAND The Old Reliable C IGermaniaLife"

.. :k4 ) .. ton, N. O., the bride being Miss Jessie 10 think so himself, and he may go fflclal In the Bridgewater reformatory Milton it Is thinking is of his lost opportunity. AT AUCTION.To deplete your exchequer.To .
f one of the places where Massahuaetta an opium fiend and is said of New York.
4. 4 Alexander. The ceremony took back. It's to be in supply
to to
f up Secretary Long constant need of the drug.Counterfeit To ho sold al Dublin auction In f-ont
place at the residence of the bride's, say. sends its bad men. Mr. _a-..__ oNe.::: In, I'mmint City\ Miiivn 5th of at the 10
.
., ':' mother at 6:80: p. m. and was comparatively George Bnssett led in the rigid examination Bowler Is quite pleased with Palatka.A Silver Dollar a of m.land forcnnh with hnii tolhaliUhuat..,all: .hulI din bidder.. and, cia:oranira: some Marine Insurance: Wholesome'
1 Edibles
,,_ private, being witnessed of applicants from the very pleasant Valentine party Counterfeit silver dollars! were 'Alan' Ool; In sores.Hoollnn of,land HI\ In Township StHitltm:: \ 81 it., TownshIp luinue & The Leadimg Companies.

.. :e by the family. and a few friends of Second Florida district about a jear via given last Friday evening at the paused at John W. Hagan's bar U,1..Itantra' UK, boll::1; iHilnn::::: p.irui: :of the HlKKan-; I

S the bride ago. In September last he entered homo of Mr. W. G. Tllghman In the by two The yesterday .sssftsszysissIo. the estate of All Claims at moderate cost I la our ambition la
negroes. Promptly
The Is one of the most lammock. An Interesting money 1.bla. 17tb .
I groom popular he academy after being subjected to program was taken by Mr.Hagan's son day o(Jan. A. D ,:1901 life. The store la literally filled with
during '
of Palatka's or music and recitation v. H. '5Arwosas' Settled.
businessmen the was ;
young rigid examination arranged
physical at jan Sist .
the absence of hill father. The bars U. cOW..... good things.GOOD .
"? T :' and has promising prospects that institution. Ills town people and carried out perfection. Every.one Bzeoutora.For .
out fire dollars In Office !98
goods and Front 8'P
change ..
: ALAn.
su- /or the future. He is the present expressed themselves FLA.
son of Ca pt. lire pround of him, and< his schoolmates the till showing that TEA and COFFEE
amount of thequeer.
i : u. Jno. D. Points, ex-maypr and the envy him, and the opinion (generally slighted< with' the evening' enter- ." The Sale.
.P' same parties
!
.i.Al present head of the water works, and prevails. that be is making a alnment. to pass the bogus silver attempted European Restaurant GOOD BUTTER,
at other -
It the captain of the Gem City mistake In has been received
lightly Intelligence In
surrendering an One
points, but so tar deputy Kennerly lot on upper Lemon Finest of HAM and DACOS.We .
.: Guards. opportunity which comes to few this city of the death of Mrs. Sophia hw been unable to

.. u The bride visited Falotkn some young men. The News trusts that lade, which occurred recently at who had been find any one else street, 50 feet front. 150 feet Furnished Roooma,

.... -L three years ago when her charming ,, after a short vacation at home he will her home In Hoboken, N. 3. She a very poor counterfeit duped. The and money Is deep with two buildings on Hot deliver goods to any part
yet In a and Cold
.4'e ;; manners won for her a wide circle of see the error of his way and recall laa been a regular winter visitor to hurried tranikotlon .BathsROBERT of the City.
would ba In
easily property.- business
_ .:. t; 54.4j friends. that resignation. In a measure he Is 'alatko for the past fifteen years and accepted by an unsuspecting eection A&
_ :' :t" Mr. and Mrs. Points will reach character her friend here will be person. of city next to the
_ a public now, and the put-; many grievedto The money was all passed and attempted Grainger

here on Friday and will be at home lie is Interested to the extent seeIng hear of her demise. She was 64 to be paaaed by two negroes. stand. Apply t6 o, write L C. Stephens$

1'.l,4': 4L : after that day at the residence of that one of our brightest young years of age. The cause of her death JAMES1Suooaaaor ,.

..r Mrs. Dray corner of Oak and Fourth I II attributed SILAS
men doea not lightly brush aside this to asthma and bay The St. SMITH
..
Augustine social (
1iki ;j. season 1 is to CII...Kapparbuach
,tre U. jrtendld opportunity for .. career i fever, ,!.on with It full head of .team, Box 73 Palatka Fla. I'AUT&40 ) Kirby and Morris Sts

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