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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 27, 1902
Publication Date: -1902
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -Jan. 2, 1902.
General Note: Alex. E. Wattles, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Jan. 2, 1902.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Palatka daily advertiser
Succeeded by: Crescent City news (Crescent City, Fla. : 1899)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)

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NEW SERIES VOL X, NO. 8. PALATKA, 'FLORIDA, TIIURSDA, 1'EBltUAUY! 27, 1902. $1. Per Year.ONETHIR'D .

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r World's News of the Week.Put GOINGS ON IN FLOK1DA. An Ordinaneexs'rAnLlsniNa

A MUNICIPAL COURT 1JC THE! j
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OFF hands.The Tampa Herald has changed CITY BE OF I\.l'ALA'ru. AND PiiUVlDl/fa

Do it ordained by the Mayor and olty oounollof
There Is a scarcity of clgarmakers tho way of PiilntkAtHKCTIUM
: up in, Small Doses for Those Tampa.. 1 I--Thato municipal' : court' bo and is ,
hnrnby e tnbllHhed lu and for time Bald may of
ONe ALL: Orlando held a Farmer's' Institute 1'itlnllta, KJorldn. for of nil offend
Who Want Their Facts Boiled- lost week. *0alnut tho :; "I'I'o:;:::: : of aald olty.
The Judge of wild ""Ul'.h..U bn olocted by the
---- -- ally council of unit)oily eavb year BB noon after
I Robert It. Gorman has been elected any g noral I eluuilou' of Bald' oily a*practicable.whoBU .
Heavy Weight Clothing Ex-Oov. Robert K. LlnilHay, who Bishop James' A. Latane of the mayor of Tallahassee. Latin off ofllue:, ahnll, ba ud.yearwad: : until
was the first governor of Alabama Reformed Episcopal church Is dead |IB nuoo n niior ahall havo bixtu ttloutod. and guar
after the reoonatruotlon In at Baltimore The outlook Is most promising for ill.c. Any quttlllled eloutor"I"'hl oily twen
dead.A period a largo crop of potatoes at Cutler. o f"I" :: ::: le ot.ago, rhoouyrbut in hati dlnuharga a good: moral snohl 1

[Will be the order in this store from this date until friend of the Tuakpgoe Institute, burned The Park last Saturday,Ave Hotel and New nineteen York There Is need of skilled mechanics
whose name Is not made public, bun deaths are the result>> carpenters and brick layers at Lake two bunclrwddolh.ra per."sae his oompen ,
_ given '26, to the Institute for a City. ttatlon.. wliluh. Hhall. ba imhl by new' ally by
further notice. John D. uiotiihly' tnyinonta. Bold judtfo may oonvona ,
Long of the
Secretary
girls' dormitory. There are over 1200 guests at the or upuu said onnlo'p..I..ul" at nlnoo'clock a. r
Navy, has determined to retire from Hotel in*of ouch day (Huudny exo"pu'(l) at tha oltyoounoll
Gen Fred Funnron has entirely recovered president's cabinet,. Royal Polnclana Palm, Beach, ,, ubambers. mild. oily or Hi Buult piano
from theopcrutlon performed every day now. nit tnny hedoiti,,,nnt,.d by caw oily o...uu tllt.! for
to unload 'winter him and him been The president's' son has aiifflciently' the' purpoiioof lioarlntf nil oomplnlnui' aitalnBtany
We are going our clothing and upon discharged The Florida Society Sons of the pttrsoit or pantouM for the vtolnilun of any
recovered from Ma
from the hospital.Rev. recent illness to American Revolution held a sessionin ordliianoaor ordlnaitotiBOf: said oily. and all

[to do this we have made the above slash. It's a bona Newman Hall D. D., of London be' removed to Washington.Cortez Pensacola last week.A eon ruiilntf OaftSMB lu Bhall nla' b sho.'irltHl... In by aBumnmry Bald Pulse*manner or par

former chairman of the congregational second In command to the man has been arrested in Jacksonville _o caof:Hlukueto ,,abHenuo or other I dlaabllltyuululpal
fide to make it inducement for union IB dead. Dr. Hall Insurgent General Mnlvar, has been ant of th. Judge,tha mayor aald
[ cut so big as an any In the suburbs with a big satchel full of oILy Biiall. appoint a oompeumt. porous to auk..
was born May 22, 1816. captured of Santa conterfelt silver dollars. Biitth ndKS,and the mayor."..I1I.e"power toapp'jIntnuuU

[prudent man to buy clothing for next winter, thought Commander Booth-Tucker of the Grays The poultry show at Orlando last Bald' Jiidtf
salvation army took the oath of al- Mills RlenM.! Stone, the American week was not the big success expected bade power and authority Wkow uoli fur .
begins to look now as if he would have plenty .of legiance us a citizen of" the United missionary held In captivity by brigands owing to the bad weather. andHfmllbo.' reams. with, '* of Balil ,

States in New York last week. since Sep. 8d, lust, has been re- moil,.-Aludge tried la cod court who a
leased. The citizens of Zolfo are agitating! chalk. acqnlttBd of the olTsntniB ohargaj
opportunity to wear it this season. Mnyor Jones of Toledo, refused to the question of building! a large hotel .._..lnHt hum(, ithall atonoe be dlBotiartfed. All

send a confessed beggar to "the poorworks" Arthur H. Noyen... Judge of the sec by means of a stock company. as orBona oonvlutod by wild..court.... ehall torthwith'
> all flnoa and ooatt d
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ay Bg"II1O.h..m
A part of our spring purchases will be shipped this'week. A car load of ItWill In that city on the ground ond division of the United "States Tho Marlon county commissioners dofnnlt, whttraof thoy' may bo oominltlwl.Frovldmli .
that
"men have divine
a right to District Court for Alaska hits been That It roar .parHou Bhall appeal
be here in a short time. We must have Room for it : hence the unpreced- beg." dismissed from oliloe.! have passed a resolution pledgingsupport within hey' dnya from tha judtfnmnt. of the
to the State Fair next full. tourt, ,, Hhall be reluanml u..entarlug Into
[ented cut in prices on Winter clothing. In regard to fiction In librarian, The Philippine tariff bill has passed mud, with good line BuniuientBiirt>ty. In double
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Andrew The negro arrested Jacksonvillefor the amount line and uo. aaHOHiHid agaluathnm. '
Carnegie It might be the Senate, strict
says a vote.
by party and .conditioned' to appuar' bnfor the oourt to
well for public libraries that they The senators from South Carolinawere assaulting robbing Dr. Merrill mot tale ape IB ,' and lu abide by anato
Shoes for yWen and Boys. buy no work of that character which not, allowed to vote. some weeks ago has mode con- purform, the Jud fna. reof.KU. .
"CBSiOll. f the council
1 la not at least one old. e'rhethe oily Bball bo
year

t. We have laid in a stock of Shoed for men and boys that cannot be match- Miss Lulu Conrad aged IS of spouting The average oil la a depth few teat of more the Texas thana Brooksville has held a Farmers' 'ho ket,1" whlult court' way Bhall court Bald'bo,d entered
. fed for Style, Durability and Price. Let us show you our up-to-date Shoes. WooHter, Ohio blind from age of 0. thousand and the height' to which the Institute with Prof. Stockbrldge of Appropriate! ....nrl".) semen, tha Htylti of eaoh
was Injured about the face from a the nil !Is ejected (00 to 20O feet. Agricultural college.a principal cause the jiaturoof theofTmino., tile JudgmoiiHf ,J,
and speaker. the court, lima amount of ,.. fine and ninny
accident when thee

Fearnside? & Co. ::Ea.J.a.-tka. welling disappeared her sight came States England consent has to given construct the an United isthmian The residence of J. M. Mays seven .he BatlHfavtlna llnoitand of tho.oft Judgment or oointrlttal* whotber or by lymyumntof ,i+ t
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.. miles north of Greenville, was destroyed locket or ruiulBBBlon. city III go. Tb. 4dueler
canal. In other ,
words the eraala Bhnw the naini. ot the wlUne
\ tJClearing The selection of Booker T. Washington Hny-Pauncefotetreaty has been ratl- by fire last week, with no .........,.l hud lu each oaaa" sod Ibo date ot

an commencement day orator naurance. ,$1111001-"10.Allti"Ilgrnytal...and ooBtanhnll. bo
a part of
for the University of Nebraska next fled.The The colored people of Gainesvilleare lie reveiinouCnul.l city, mud Htmll. ... '/
withdrew his Invitation
June has caused some opposition president organizing/ for the purpose of the olty treasurer u( aald ally by the dtlfuog

Out Sale and.some of the students may pro the official to Senator dinner Tlllman In honor to of attend Prince electing one of their number to the atu"".O.r.H .ft-Th. dork Blmll return And file with I

test.A Henry. Tlllman is mad all city council. the alert of the nppelutu" ocurt, within than
over date the lu all canon '
> pttpers appoaledt "andlusliall
mass meeting of citizens of The chief of the Tampa fire departnent : endorse: the wariant In eaiih cane'
Portland Ore., denounced the resolutions now.Rev. has been presented with a loving 'bo nuraoaoittlie wUiiaanuMoii b."ltlr"I'I".ol1y.
Dr. Chl\ E. Lord, congregn- "/<<'.tt-All pureouearruemd for bo. vloiatiuaot I
adopted recently by the trusses by New York fire
;;- cup department .
of the Chamber of Commerce tlonallst, well-known In theological/ officials. any ordlnatiuot' or for any luunlulpnl' mlaUAneaiiur '
OfMiiti.lttod within tli*City llmlla. or on ,
circles died in Mass.
Newburyport,
favoring the unrestricted Immigration he property' of the ally ouuilUit< ot lit limit
To.make room for our :Spring Stock we offer the follow- of certain favored classes of list week aged 85. Mr. Lord was There have been good rains in ball b. 'itiuntMltatuly, funned in the Jail or

ing lots of Shoes at educed Prices. I, Chinese.At the author of many books on the most parts week of and the state during the louHouf detoutluiii ut -1 and by the remain city miry therolu uu.eeanull untildlmmarntHl :
past
I ology. crop prospects are hall ..
portion Kl proper aeouriiy (orh
the sale of the library of the late much ,4
Improved. lrapptmrauie before court, In whluti
:3 Lots Men's $3.50 Shoes for . ; . . $:J.50J" Thos. J. MoKee In New York, |1,7U() ) Two republican members of the erect they may: be .1IT' '' olilet of pvloe
for Ma John Andre's present house of representativesivere Rev. M. Fison formerly of Monti- and tam oflloers lu ohumu of the Jail or
as vas paid ]
: 3.00 . . .r. ; :3.35:: original delegates to the republican cello, has been called to the rector- luuae oC due tluu Bliiill have authority to take t
tr manuscript prologue written and Mini the arruHtod hoe"* or other ....
3" :J.50" . . . . :3.00 spoken by him on the occasion of the national convention of IRfl-l, which ship of Holy Trinity Episcopal urlty tur their'' tippearuuue. before the court i
of the John Street! theaterIn put In nomination the Lincoln and church Gainesville. but 110.uo" rots or Boourlty hall Itwt "
4 Ladies' :3.50 Oxfords . . . fl. :J.ooI" opening Johnson ticket. aumtnnntlve doiiarn, our more tan two ;'
New York
the
on evening of Jan. Louis Nixon the Tammany Hall miidroa and Dtty dollars.Hico. .
:3.00 . . . ... 1.50 0, 1770. Quail are becoming so "coerce in chief and successor to Richard Cro-: 7-ItAhull be the duty oC the chief of '

... 300 pairs 1.50 .t . . .. . 1.00 "Rev." Moses Nye who clnlnm tobe Europe' that France and Germany ker is doing the east coast of Florida >oliue' to a. m.. alball .1'1'the..airy.. and court committal.every day. atclock that II ,.
a "converted Hebrew," an ex- have Joined In prohibiting the kll-1 accompanied by his family. may hav. boon made. during' 111* preceding. jny
j Those goods must be sold within the next ,30 days to make room for spring goods.. clothing merchant but now a Bar- lug of the birds and even the trans- wit nUfht, thenaiuuMoC. tlieauctmeil,the off oust* j
with wliloh they the .
flat port of dead quail across their respect The contract for the new Duval are charged uaniea of the> '
evangelist Is doing time In the wlI".lu the ,and the
oases bonds
respective
en it comes to Ladies' and Misses' Shoes it is Toledo workhouse for being too !ve territories. county J jail at Jacksonville has been ..11 d other aoaurlty of those. who may Dave
H T VatterlinThe awarded to the Pauly Jail Co., of St./ tieu "i- it were be. %
Palatka "flip" with Mrs. Poerkaon, and of Dawson Is in- .. any 'I I
generally conceded in that we lead man The growth City Louis. The jail Is to cost $25S2O.: I.Congr"man sea H lu all uaaes where the partiesaoausetl.
Ing the woman's husband when he llcated by the fact that the First have been. roleiwed poor| bond or ewer Heuurl-
remonstrated.Dr. Methodist Church of that city has Davis writes to 'y. If they tallra ', tliu oily fort chalk r
parties .11 tor up upou aald bondt. penalty,' ,
Cornelius W. Larlson, of Rln- called to the pastorate Rev. James lu Gainesville that he Is hopeful .uourlty Judgment( atnouut of th. penalty,

goes N. J., who braved the danger Livingstone of Windsor, Out., at a for the passage of a bill making! liP and day the m"IOr.. o ahall.:: nt tbu of expiration poi b JuUtfmeninauo :: :: one
ot smallpox contagion caring for the salary of $7,0(10( a year and a parson iroprlatlon for a public building lu 4. coal fac in, the. abler ul ....-
living the dead alone, age. that city. lice, who sliall tho same lu man '
.A.rl.: Opport1.l.rl.i. attacked uec provided' by slaw, 1'01"1'0'0 tho dutleti ,
:
baa been patent disease at Prince Henry of Prussia, brotherof The second brigade Florida Confederate .( .norirr.of the state of Florida, lu levying q
he house of a Two other the German Emperor: arrived in an d making male under writ. ot execution or
members of the have also veterans have been in session Ike proootu..
family for
New York two
on Sunday a
Fo Isz.vests: :: : :: :::n.erits.:) : been stricken down. week's stay in the United States Gen.In Bullantlne Ocala this of week Fernandlna with Brlg.-in preserve HKU.tt-Tho order olty aud court decorum shall have and authority shall DO in-to -

The Ohio legislature has passed The president gave;! an official dinner command. v..1 with the same powers that. end, by
In honor of the Olin audlmprlHOtimoitt.as are 'luuldent tooourut
visiting prince
a bill aimed at Christian scientists of reoord :In the state of Florida.ShO. 1 .
'-' ---- providing that any parent or guardan on Tuesday night.A The village boys of Crawfordville lu-Upon oomplulntiuade, by affidavit to
who shall willfully deprive any piece of virgin gold weighing have organized a band and they the Judge uf said i court, by, any policeman ot" ,
in aid city or other porno that any olTeaie.
sick child nndor the age of 1(1( years 12.18 oncns troy was put In the melting hold practice six nights the week. wmuhpw. Burt has d amiolcrmluu :
year 1901 was the most prosperous :year Palatka has had the services of a physician shall pot of the United States assay Sunday: is now more than ever appreciated ,lies "."oomiultted' W"hlll."rd city
be fined from CIO to $20U: or bo Imprisoned office at Helena Mont., negotiations as a day of rest ally or upon any oily p."p.rll'o..ld..oh..'..,
municipal' Judge Issue
since 1894. All of our manufacturing enterprises report satisfactory for 6 months, or both. for its preservation in nugget form Zimmerman of Cincinnati warta..n. .. usual form. making may It rsturnale hla
failed because of the Eugene .... blm.elf. UM| >U theruturn of the
having Impossibility
Will Prince was found guilty of better known as "Pap" Zimmerman ant es 5 accuse', the said jutlgo. shalltruuiied y
business and increasing,sales. manslaughter In the fourth degree In of an exact unsay. the father of the Duchess to hears try sod doerniln the aautto
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Canada City", and sentenced to two Miners have been forced to leave ,, of Manchester is guest at the Mag- daymit shall bin oourt adjourn All the such kM.ate trials to' sonmihor mud S
Nearly every merchant states that his business shows .an increase years imprisonment. The special the Tennant Coal Co's mine at Turner lolla Hotel, Bt. Augustine. rosetiuilons Khali be upon affidavit and war M1
charge complicity In the murderof Ind., on account of the Intense ant aa aforesaid, but It sball' not Im. necoessaryu
over the previous year Philip H. Kennedy, who was shot lent caused by the burning coal more The East Coast Chautauqua begins procure U shuuld auuu warrant nut b*.before ounveuleiu making or arrest.Where praoIcablo ,>

J and killed by his wife, Lulu Prince han 100 feet underneath the !ground at Melbourne next week. The .. to do so.or whore .**> Immediate arrestooonieit

During the past four months the sales of city real estate have exceeded Kennedy, Jan, 10 1001. It is believed that the mine will society has a new auditorium capa-- b. neooB.arlu. .order lo better. promotebo
have to be flooded and abandoned.In ble of seating 1,000.) ) The outlook for public luterusts.HEU.
Dr Leonel De Peau of Richmond a good and attendance is 11-The municipal Judge or acting muni r
in amount annual sales of several and Va., President Tomas Es Haytl a new species of tobacco program Ipal fudge.balllEoup..s>docket bookt In which
previous years: prices Palma said to be good. b. shall enter. of every ease brought
trade newly chosen president iaa been produced by cross fertilUi-! endure him' the tiawan process was ...
obtained quite of Cuba ever lands on that island, lon, which grows from five to seven The residence of Mrs. L. A. Jour. the service ."11 r.iron thereof. all ad

were satisfactory.The there will follow Immediately a rev- feet iii bight bearing a leaf twentyfive Thrasher, Gainesville, was destroyed 1:ourumeuts r other disposition, Ibe time r"and the mauuurot case, the. Judgment tho trial !
olution between the whites and Inches long by fifteen in width. by fire last week. 'The loss is fumio and son'nee, Including the costs n
: statements of the banks in Palatka show larger deposits than blacks there which will again tear Three or even four cuttings can be and is well insured. Since: this fire anuis of all witnesses sworn on tho trialthe

the Island to pieces. Annexation made from one plant between November the city council has decided to have oU other proceeding, ) had by and.moonhisto .
each and he shall hat
the: year of the freeze. This statement may seem incredible but it is a he says, is the only solution. and March. ill frame buildings within the fire elm,cane rendering: Judgment.Hfo. sign. .
limits torn down. 1.V--AII l male perilous Imprisoned. In the. :I
K_( The British ship Bankburn which Instrument has been under eentvnoe of tho municipal oourt.r t
An perfected airy Jail ..
fact and a most pleasing one to every right minded citizen of the coun- alls from Victoria B. C., Is the last by Jamestown, N. Y. man for signaling Gottfried Hochgraefe. of Antwerp, for aullureurey, pay aline may be employed I ; e
> the direction or the at labor thetreeis
mayor
y upon
olthe 11 salmon ships which have
between trains on the same Belgium, drowned himself with sul- orpabnorunic ot the city.BKO. '
ty. There are a few dissatisfied persons, but nearly all are looking for taken 679,247 cases of salmon valuedat railway track. It la based on thevlreless Idal Intent in Pottsburg creek near l* The municipal' ,Judge shall hero
2,716HH8: to Liverpool and Lon- principle and Jacksonville last week He was power> to remit any fine Imposed
telegraph ollrl1
e don. With the shipments made by by him In whole part. when In his Judgment : :
and expecting greater prosperity and improvement during 1903.: signals! automatically when two form rly Belgian minister to Sweden, ,suoh pardon or be- just
the steamers, more than *'J.fMlO.OOliworth ( ( ) rains are'wlthln S.OOO feet of each and M as prominent In Belgian diplo- and proper, or baths ronirowould lnteWre.et: h'.y: :: veka.lNlemu

Our County is'producing oranges again and the prospects for an from British of salmon Columbia.have been shipped other.: It also indicates In which direction matte circles. He was In poor health mud .. werodJades' mandate. ran aithurlsod -
and
each of the two Is running despondent. apttorother proooea directed to the chief ot
this is Commenting on the Danish West or if one of them Is standing still on otter police onicsrs of said sly to
orange crop_ year most'flattering. Indies treaty the St. Thomas Tribune the; track. Rev. A. L. Woodward of Tallahassee r.r'': :, before him any person, "
has an autograph letter from "I' persons charged uu oathforthwith with a both. ofho I

Investors can hardly err in purchasing Lemon Street property at ous 8aY81 In"There 16 for the is Islands.nothing The advantage- John Moran n member of the famous President Andrew Jackson.incloshmga ::1 ulre sly, by ordinances usual pewees, and known be Is authorised to courtthe to re .r

general family of artists, and one of lock of the old hero'a hair which wWnA wltueesea, to ... "r oat hi. ,
feeling Is one pf utter disappointment. written to Mr. Wooclward'sfather to m' oharorof. .. Into the truth or. faulty'
the right prices. I own and control Five Hundred (500) feet of unim- There la not a solitary line in the pioneer photographers of this was or euch hiueto from the.. *
who did much the late Judge A. L. Woodward guilt odetermIneoeno.
the document promising better-thnes. country, Importantwork .menus the or the Aouused.,
Lemon Street property which' I offer in lots to .suit purchaser No compensation Is offered for shut- for the United States government In 1844. The lialr is almost and fl. the penalty. within the. hod f ,.. prescribe
,. proved In the earlier dava of the white, and coarse. ed by the ordluauce*of aims. ally, and to enforcebe
ting off the Islands from their sole re- ,
.came.sea
low. free harbor. ..olenoe,1 la dead In New York. Mr. witnesses, who may be subpoenaed
of will be ouroe-a
considered
and at prices which must be Terms payment Moran made the first pictures of the The Florida press association with I" behalf of tbeetty shall reoelvesuob. com"pen*
Claude Crouso; an Indianapolis original route of the Panama canal. such distinguished literary lights as satlonas previdoil by few (or witnesses In Jus*
Major Whiskers Peabody and Col. loe peace dare of tbe. state of Florida, except.
made has broken the world's the
easy. printer, record He was chief photographer of hey shall reolve no mil""" ". Tbe olork of saidoourt ,
as the fastest operator on the the expedition sent out In 1871 to observe : Fertilizer Painter will hold a confabon shall receive .. lila compensation for ,

x If you have- money, to Invest and do not care to purchase real estate Inotype hours and machine.45 minute Ha. put 86,21)0 up) ems.In 7 the transit of Venus. the best banquet method and of securing a free outingat an occasional of uch five services dollars aa per be month.8KU. may render. tbervln. tbo. sum t

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lo rhat all ordinance* and parts of ordinances
The fastest record heretofore made Artists Chicago are circulating the expense of the railroads at In oonnict with the provision ot this
Street all
I control $10,000 of first mortgages on Lemon, property, was the same number In 8 hours by a petition praying;! the president I Pensacola next month. ordinance,be, and are hereby repealed. y
and the bureau, of Indian Passed ia epea oounull tub.1st day of rob
Iowa Croulle .et )
01,0)10 ;
located, between the Arlington Hotel and the river, which I will sell. an ms. This printer.Included corrected proof. congress affairs to reconsider the recent or- K.The held state organisation of the O. A. IKU.Atteeti. Prenlilent....ol H.city HvrERN Uouncll.J .
r a Meeting at Orlando on Saturday
der requiring the red men of the M,BLACK WELL. Olork.
draw from to 8 interest semi-annually John L. Vincent, 11 years old. of west to out their hair and abandon last. The members went in a l :., I
", These mortgages 7 % payable Lockport, Ill, accldently shot and the custom of painting their faces. body to call upon the widow of Gen Approval P.b.lito..11512. L.d. 8TBPDIt1ll8, .

killed his sister,. Anna Adeline, 8 W. S. Haruey, who makes her winter Malur.
"We such order ..
_,: and the interest has always been promptly paid. Each mortgage is on protest against an ,
years old while,, playing" with a re- says the petition, "as being a measure home in that town. The follow .
. **" She died almost Instantly, calculated to stamp out the dls.luctlve nv officers were elected for the ensuing NOTICE. ti

',: \ business property, well rented., !hot through the heart. Stella, the customs of a people whonow year: Department commander '
For the of reoelvln tax
3. Herbert purpose
baby, which .she held In her arms constitute one of the most vividly Laney; senior vice
'/k' If yoU have any desire to :invest, I would be pleased Ito| have you fell to the floor The bullet had interesting and truly artlatio ele- coin., J. F. Chase; Junior vice. com., returns I will ba at tbe following
I the little one' head Henry Donahue chaplain. Rev "H.
grazed : Just ments of our western country.* ; name
call at of fee and learn what I have to offer >ou. If out of town, above the ear, F. Gale; Medical director; J, M. meet mtJ In perso a
my: : At the recent session of the wo Senators Tlllman and :MoLaureo: of Hawks; delegate, S. W. Fox; council *- Maroh'lId
Jehn.on.4thjNorwalk ;
man' suffrage convention Miss Fen South Carolina got Into a fight In of administration, Tbos. J. Owen, Edgar ; .

write. 'me. sham, dean of the American Collegefor the United States Senate last Saturday L. Y. Jennees, F. N. LaFontlsee, the 6th; Frultlaimd Ttb; je

Olrli in Constantinople, said the and knocked the dignity of that Jhas. N. Newton Dennis Eagan. Qeorfrotown,8tb; Denver,10th; pre-.

Q. general impression that Turkish body into stnlthereons. They were The following commander made cent City, 11th and 12th; Hunting,,
Loper Bailey, women are shut .4>p behind the pummeling each other In true pugilstlo the appointment; Aunt.:
.' lattloed windows of the harem and fashion and had drawn blood AdJ't and A1I8t. Q. M. Uen., E. A. ton, 13th ; Como 14th| Pomon..16th;.

: have little'chance to go about the when they were,-forcibly separated Richards J Orlando; chief-of-stafl-v SlBoo, 17thr\V Uka, 18th; Nashua I. 'f'

", r- Palatka Florida- ally, ia far from .correct) Polygamy by the sergeant-at-arms and two Edwin Kirby, Palatka; Inspector 10!; Satsuma Heights;,JHIth>> ;fRoscola:, "

I. last giving way, not from moral powerfully built senators. It was General G. H. Mathewa. The newly 9l'nt B- >". } -
onvlotlon on the part of the Turks, the; most disgraceful affair ever wit elected officers were Installed EIt' Remember the dq'and fait not to
nessed In the and the partlo-' Post Department Commander,
but because of their lack of means to
support lar>r- families, the Turkish Ipanta are 8enatej d In contempt win Kirby. The meeting was one of corn out. wives of tbu generation declining to and cannot address the senate until ha pleaaantest la .alt it.* features ,''Tu' ....lIIIOr.;, I,

1lvs together under the same !roof. ill*,,contempt has been purged.' I triad hall evur been bald. : r.

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I President Roosevelt has declared< himself with regard }
{t PALATKA NEWS
to the appeal of Reur-Aduiirnl/ Schley by ** .. | ( STORIES: : !
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L ( +W+ AND ADVERTISER nying the appeal. He agrees with the unanimous tmipTjQ /-nUnj

findings of the board of inquiry, regarding which
? OF THE WEEK* ,
THE NEWS
FROM
I'' Pr The PAlfltlcn' Neon anti AdvitrtfH hiMhuAn. (litlcrmlnecty! oho Thin there is no,dispute. Public opinion seeing to agree
AHHlHtnnt iVmtmitMUir, Uitnnral. Ui Ire n publtftntloiroiitltlnfl ti>mliiilKHhi .
t' '> to the and lx tui, ,HioonclIIINM matter and, has uuoortUnuly kuun, HU..utoraa with that part of the verdict. The president likeyP9aks : ""' ''''' I
a M .t the rulutku, ponlolll.ui' CHIWBHB PISCOVBHIKD: UsA -
n $ quite truly when he /pays that it was a captain's :

s : '. An unofflclal Newspaper of the Democratic sort-Jus battle, and that neither Sampson nor Schle ; firm well-known hew aimonneod N York that publishInir a new- p 5

.r< :, the kind you should koep In your family exercised any particular direction during the fight. .Encyclopedia: United States His I

.1f{,y; This is possibly true, but it i is certainly sure thatno try toiy"from covers 45S A.1)the history.to( 1902.of Borne tlila! conn peoplu -

l + 1:1''.:. '.: Published at Falatka, Fla., Thursday of each week by orders came from Sampson who was not presentat have been puzzled by the firs 0-
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date 45H, and have written to Inquire /
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I ,; ?,,;'J, RUSSELL & TICTC ERS.I the battle. There was no occasion for commands, what portion of American history: i I (

,, n' The Spaniards were running away. The natural instinct wan begun at that remote period.
I hxi Thin Is a natural inquiry, soy the 1U5W
:
''( J .- I ? of every commander wan to drive after them, publishers, us many people are not : r

,; WM. A. HUBBELL, EDITOR. and to fire as fast and aim as accurately as possible aware of of well Huddhlot authenticated priests, made early In .
voyages
1'' ,J It was the accident of position which placed Schleyin efforts to obey the command of ''IL lllf 1 .
<: the lead and Sampson out of the fight. The battle limldlm to spread his gospel over all
4 CUBA DESERVES REASONABLE: TUKAT-: 'WOn
,
oaf t'SP luiulH. As the route from Asia! to SI..a..X.
,- 111ENT. would have resulted the same had both been on America, along the Kurile and Aleutian -..rBJESCCr1'T) : : : : .

''J, ,' If an emotional person, in a sudden access of ben- the opposite aide of Cuba. a practical iBliincU( one to, It Alaska is easy, is to obviously believe AH Winter Weight Suits-1"!1Secure

; evolence, adopts a poor waif out of an orphan asy- There is a suggestion that the president notes in early Chinese historical documents

lum, everybody applauds. If the orphan subse- all the agitation an attempt to discredit Schley. clnlly VI litchi'as describe' these suds documents a Journey aro, espe oonfiimud : su Bargain.I : : -

quently causes some trouble and expense, the guardian After the battle, when Sampson seemed anxious to by consttntlydlecovered American Sale. $ :63. I Lot Worth $1:3.50: This. Sale. $,.37
t Chinese Budd This n
all credit out of the affair and public antiquities. A Lot Worth $15.00.
get possible
cannot turn it out in the cold world without missionary, Hul !hen! of Cabul, II $1.50. II II $8.50 ae $6.18II
'' incurring just censure from those who formerly ap- opinion was favorable to Schley, Sampson charged has left I ii. narrative in ChInese history H as $10.00 56-00 $4.50

plauded. When the United States broke into the Schley with "rel>rehensible conduct" in conductingthe of his voyage to the land of FuHHU as $750 II $5.63.
which it
i t;- '. .' + : Spanish orpan asylum and forcibly abducted a number blockade. Mr. Roosevelt is of the opinion thatif that ,America the name WIts by known to the appears Chine All Boys! and; Cjilldreps1( .Suits\ Marked DO\\Jlln,\{ Proportion

serious offense or breach of discipline hat t>. .
of the inmates, they incured responsibilities any "1

;., which can hardly be evaded. Any attempt to evade been committed, it should have been reported six ICAI8KH A Berlin WlLHELM IN I.OVE-writes that :::IE.1W.E.: :E.W.E.I'r = '" ::I

them will bring upon us the erasure of the workfor weeks before. The long delay condoned the offense. Hermann of correspondent all /ranks have been (Successor to M.,Loeb & Co:)

we will confess our own hypocrisy. Indeed, there is a suggestion that, had Schley been sorely troubled for many month Lemon!, Street, AIATKA. _PUORIDA..
and unable to understand why their
/ /
made with Porto Rico after kept in the background, the complaint would never .- --
M We have some progress knUer, has shown no( little empathy -
of bad blundering. The Philippine have been made. with Kruger. Now they
ur a period know all. Their. kaiser has fallen -
must be spanked a long time yet before much can The president has finally disposed of the whole! they in love they whisper. with an The Brown Brick Co.

,. ; be done for their commercial improvement. Cuba disgraceful controversy, which should river have Kngllnh': (! Lady whose name they pro 4
less to know, and who married n
j q i is waiting for some act of benevolence, and soon her appeared in the annals of the American navy. Pub- German subject of the highest rank MAKE THE .

r' plight will be pitiful, unless we consent to make ho opinion is inclined to give both parties to Ue Tlieyaie satisfied that the kaiser' HardestAND
heart and not his head has turned
i.r ? some small sacrifices in her behalf. Two important quarrel all the glory that is due them. This with: him iigiiln'st. the Boers. Largcsr<< Attention!

'tr r' home interests have taken alarm at the proposed the finding of Admiral Dewey, gives Schley th3! EXPENSIVE: KISSINUANAwpurt -, Farmers,

} reciprocity treaty with Cuba. The tobacco interest glory of the victory as the actual commander of : Ky jury has decIded Best Fire Brick

and the beet sugar association are opposing reciprocity the Santiago fight. The efforts of the administration that thy, John must Brady pay fl.IMIO aged to 81 Mrs.and weal Marv MADE IN FLORIDA. )1'! "1 C'

't i that promises to benefit Cuba. This is not and the naval "clique" to rob him of this Hetleberg\, figod>, for hugging and STOCK' ALWAYS ON HAND This is plowing time and you may need.a. new plow.. We are

: to be wondered at, as self-protection is the; first law glory will have its effect oulr.story, but with this Inning her against her will.MATRIMONIAL lit Tllghman's Mill. county agents for theOLIVER
-0-
l -r t of nature, but even self-protection must be exercised generation it will unsuccessful.. HPECCLATION-business For prices call on or address,
Two
Hungarian(! men oSteubenvllle
with reason. If the bickering and exchange of innuendoes ,0., have two daughters\ II. (X HAMM, CHILLED PLOWS.

be it would be better for all parties pretty, well educated and docile.. TllghmmVs Mill, Pulutka, Tin.
i Cuba is from business which could forgotten Steel
; 'y suffering depression, 1 hey are unmarried. To men who I I You all know thorn's none better. We ales have the Atlanta flows.
A: 11 but for the relief caused activity of the public concerned. will agree to be good husbands. come We buy direct from tile manufacturer. and can save you the middle man's prwtlt..
well recommend and puns muster In Come and see us, or If you can't do that. write us. and let us give you prlic. .
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vef '. $ l+ r works department and a few American enterprises, the matter of health, the fathers wIll We are ajso agents for Putnam county for the
? d y r THE decision of Judge :Milton R. Mabrey to retire -
would soon become acute, The Cubans are cut off !give flOUU cash when the knot I lot

from making treaties with other nations by our own from the supreme court bench of the state ha lied. PLANET JUNIOR. CULTIVATORS.\ h ? _,

11'' a* 4 interdiction, but the people have a right to life, brought out the names of many other distinguished IlEHtii-T OF BEING OUT OF STYLK They make work easy.! Men who use them whistle u'they work. Then 'll'e have
Chicago Feb. 2a!.-Bessie Le lle's Celebrated IRON AOE< CULTIVATOR, and everything la the llneof'
The the
jouriats of Florida for the vacant place. !_ .
q liberty and the pursuit of happiness, else our declaration bustle involved her Into trouble in a
'It" t of independence is a piece of hypocrisy. In News believes it voices the sentiment of the peopleof Chicago police court. Bessie was arrested Garden Tools.This .

i t order to buy American goods they must have some Putnam county in naming as their candidate who said on ha complaint hud been of robbed Frank of Bugle*7.;,. Is going to be the beet year elnce,the"'05 freeze. The man who plows tills

+ thing to give in trade, and their two exports arp Judge W. A. Ilocker, late circuit judge, but now all Beanie was astonished at the charge\ / spring and summer has better prospects for a Rood, profitable reaping lime n..xt
Il The beet aid to the supreme court as one of its commission preferred against her, rnd told the full. Orange!! grower will be In it again i but they will have to plow. eWe: want: to
M r Ip sugar and tobacco. sugar producers are police all tile money she had in her aull them the plows, the cultivators and the garden tools-they are the above
t entitled to the same consideration as the proprietors era. Mr. Rocker is a pure man and a< man of judicial posn galon was In tier purse whIch named prosperity. bracd.
attainments which fit him for the wag 8G cents. The woman was about
peculiarly
c, of any other American industry. Their government to be released/ when the police matron -
T t owes it to them to protect them from ruin work. His home is Ocala, but he is without doubt found the money in the woman' KENNERLY, HARDWARE GO.PALATKA .
f the first choice of Putnam democrats. bustle Justice Hall held her to the -
county OUR BREAD WILL
On the other hand the beet
sugar men owe something gland jury and warned her Ilgllinstwem.lng FLA.
;w s' to their government, which finds itself in au bustles when they.were nut SATISFY! ALL.It 1 ,
A Bob Davis is in much better shape to serve his in fii-shion. will give to the young strengthand
y rP ", embarrassing position because of responsibilities :itt
and make the old
beauty, happy.
SECRET NIGHT BURIALS
; t State than he was when he first entered Congress
i' has voluntarily assumed. From the
A t"lllron fence with sharp
is mistake prongs
It to
1 d The sugar and tobacco interests seen to be doubly a great change our Representative is to be ert&ted around Lake !\Mourn\ Palatka Variety Bakery,
every one or two yeara.-Ocalo. Banner. cemetery Zion City near \VaukuRIIU '
r protected by a high tariff and by trust organization J 11., to atop alleged secret night HENRY THALOOTT, Prop.
,r which controls prices. Thus fortified against disaster There is not much probability of a change in thisyearMetropolis burials of Uowieites, which, It I lit
f a HaUl have been fur
going oa some
.
it would seem that they might consent to a
tlino. bowie several lots
bonrht LAWYERS WEBB TOO SLOW- 30TH YEAR'OF PROSPEROUS BUSINESS.
'' c reasonable: relaxation of the tariff in a reciprocity and members of his /flock have been 1,
Mohan of St. Louts,
4 FIGURES are sometimes guilty of collossal lying burled at night nnd without notice totheeemeteryotilciale. Mrs. Agnes
y :e I agreement with Cuba. Instead of demanding an Unannounced won slightly Injured] In a street railway -
.
A'L According to the official reports more than twice collision the other morning, and ACKERMAH & STEWART
1. }f fr absolute adherence to the present sugar and tobacco burials will be prevented by a sexton before feeling much better
was
night
f ,
the adult male population of the Boers have been who will keep the gates locked -- -
the Iwo interests be reasonable Being with $300of the in
rates, ought to company's money
at and demand the imme and
": h, (', .in the control of trusts, they would seem to bin either killed or captured since the beginning of the particulars night of death of all take tcl her.1 of pur the e. accident The afternoon, but didn't papers know Wholesale and Retail Druggists. '*
the
war, and end of the war is as far ahead as. the there for Interment.t. 15 hun-
: salve. Before
y an absolutely safe position for any time that of the supper,
beginning is in the rear. THE "DIPLOMAT" A TYPEWRITER gry claim 1 lawyers had" molested Mrs .
their profits fall below a satisfying figure ; either That woman diplomatist reported Mohan's door bell to tender their JUST nECE1VED LARCH Fresh For spine
Garden
-------- Seed
4 f'' j can boost prices, and the consumer must put up promoted turns out to be a typewriter services secure damages for her LOT L.\NDlUiTH': 'rbnLtep
u their demand. HERE is the way the Leary (Ga.) Courier writesit whose salary has been raised. A from the foxy railway company. Mend In ;yourordera.

"A handsome little arrived at Dr.Cheney' dIspatch went the rounds a few day
;4i4"e; : e. Something must be done for Cuba, or the government : stranger ago reading: "Paris' Feb.. 11.-MUelenMae SOUP FOB HEADACHE :IDr.COUCIH OTJIRE]

,( of the United States will incur the censure of last week. Such lovely brown eyes and foreign minister, has appointed The very latest fad Is the soup cure 25.cents!, per bottle. Guaranteed by
soft silky hair. The doctor's good wife is Mile.% Jeanne de VilUuieuv for sick lieadache. One woman re-
$ir the world, and we shall appear arthe most oppressive very to bo secretary of legation at the cen fly got the idea that hot fluid ACKERMAN STEWART. DRUGGISTS.Headquarters .
j
4' of despotisms in the disguise of a liberal proud of the new arrival, for there isn't a fine French consulate in :New York cIty. 1 would give her stomach a ]Job and -- -- .
gov
Jersey calf in the county." The new diplomatic officer has been draw the surplus blood from her
?** t ernment. In tile service nine years.. !(:She! belongs throbbing head and thus end the for
y ':', fh ----- ( to an old family of Piovence ache. Slice tried it. Success. She! '
v* .S PHILANTHROPY TKOM TilE HEAItT.The AFTER a carefully planned piece of strategy that Him is the only woman in modern told it and others found relief. Thenan
|{ VI times to be appointed to a post in the Innovator substituted nice palatable FINE
of of
s was the the officers the world Gen- Z.IQ.UQRS
..- great cry against the princely benefactions envy army Frer-ih diplomatic) service." These clam soup for plalu hot water- ,
x 1' eral Kitchener succeeded in arriving at the place tldl: gB were noted by every! woman' anti there you are. .
of such men as Carnegie and Rockefeller is that they \
'
league!! and suffrage\ society In the
do not decrease the sum of human misery-tha where DeWet had been couple of days previous. nation. Old.,conservative France CoNDircroB's( COOBTKSY REWARnEDLlewellyn Such as the Famous Green River

s> rI ; they reach few besides those who are able to do for 1. AN actor accepted an invitation from a Denver had recognized of woman.the 'There political does qualillcation not- the Chicago Mason& Alton, a conductor railroad, has on Bye a Whiskey Without- headache -

t1 themselves; that the distance from the giver to. and happen to b" any such office as sec just received assurance that courtesy -
congregation
recent
preached
a sermon on a Golden 'd
; I1*" those aided is vast that of the spirit of human rettiry of legation In New York city, to the traveling public Wedding Clayton.
,,I I ii, so none Sunday night. The elevation of the pulpit is be- where the chief French diplomatic has its reward. When Lord Baltimore Rye Paul Jones Private -

kindness and brotherly tenderness accompanies: coming a question of sincere concern among stage agent in Cotisul-General! Edmund W. A. Tyler, a lIoll1etlme"l ,
lirunwaer; nevertheless there is a aire, was probated Stock &c.
is in idea.
There that
the something ,
ks gifts. ; ,
Mile de Vlllaneuve, who is his type. found to contain the
a* <*H 5' ,. The philanthropy that carries with it a hand- folk.A writer, and said to be the only diplo clause i iTo' Llewellyn Mason I be-

shake and a "God bless you," gets into the hearts, Maryland whiskey drinker has just celebrated take matlo dictatlon clerkin in New French.York who All thathashappeuedlsthatMssVfllaneuve can queath of the the sum couitnous of $lutz treatment) 118 a- recognition accorded Go toWest End Saloon,

} '' { yes, the very souls'of the poor, who are not only; his 105th birthday. There is no telling how old he t me while traveling oa the
y would be if he had touched bus limed her sala-y increased Iron Alton rOl d." .
never liquor.
p 4; aided, but encouraged. Up in a New York town J. W.
t to & month to $50. --- ---- -. .--- ,---.- ... Hagan.PLANT
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,Lx there is a. porter who saved some money because he PRETTY DID INDUN- *

*l 'y had the bootblacking privilege in a hotel. It i is Overeating Anil Morality.At Half a dozen members of the Haw We Make Fine y
y N r a recent conuren held In Chicago a vegetarian delegate t l- tribe of Indians called. at the White -
doubtful if Jimmie Feiley was ever in a public library -
CoaaJSbctlcscLs
read a curious paper on diet. He stated that House the other dny to .shake hands < _
r and i it is sure that he was never in college. much of the Immorality la the world wits" due to the with the president. They were introduced -
'. eating' animal food. "'1'he' cook" he said, "often by Hep. Curtis, of Kanniwt, And everyone who. Eats! '
.c He worked hard, lived one day at a time, and was leads to more drunkenness/ and excess than the saloon. who Is himself Indian forefathers,

kind.' keeper. 'Highly /seasoned, rich animal. foods lead to. Indigestion The red men were led by Chief it wants more. SYSTEM.TO : .
(t.A and ill-health. Ill-henltli weakens the will VVaBliuna/ who wee dressed in full Our Chocolates and Bon Bona
t' Last New Year's day "Jimmie" drew $;oOO) of hisS and a weak will breaks down the mornl character. Total Indian[ dress, from feathers to moocasins. -*

i hard earned money out of the bank and made a diev depravity Is often nothing but total Indigestion.' Old Wadtiuna" told the newspaper are .always Fresh and Pure.'
'
j J This reasoning reminds of the old conundrum Great Florida
one that he Through Car Line From:
correspondents
tribution. Some of it went to public institutions, "Why in home like a baby?" the answer being "lie- 207 old.LAIIOR was C .

1'M ,, but the most of it he carried directly to the people cause home fs where the heart Is; the heart Is In the years Ice 'Cream IceCream Sodaand : COKlvTBCT-IOlTS' : .
chest; a chest 1 is. a box, box Is a small shrub, a small JD IN EVENING CLOTHE ,
+ t I' be knew, and who were deserving. lIe said "Happy shrub Is a growing plant, n growing plant Is a beautiful Jacob L. GreatHinger! millionaire other'' I rr 1 1N IBM ATLANTIO COAST Line' via Charleston, Blohmqnd' ia
,, w New Year" to widows and old men, and the "God thInK; a beautiful thing is a primrose, a primrose fs a president of the street TO1I1E OPT I Washington. ; ;
and a Is Brooklyn ilQU 1 I Tae SoVTOkim RAILWAY, via Savannah, Columbia I and 'Wash.
P bless,,you, Jimmy," that he received in return fort baby.pronounced" "yeller, pronounced__ 'yeller' n railway was faultlessly system attired in ,evening:N. Y., Hot and Cold Drinks, J 1 ington. ,

; his bounty made him warm all over. --- --- dress the other evening and was FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. Yll ALL BAIL ,

4: And here i is the science of it in his own words :' "A Child' Prayer." about to when set out he to( attend informed a swell that The Children are welcome .they al. The Southern. R',. via.Je aup, Atlanta and Cb. anoo/f./ .
Into was
her chamber wentA banquet t .. WestEast The Loulavlll it Naabvllla. via. Montgomery. '
r4' "I am alone in the world. My wants are few I bad broken down and to It. TO }
little child one day, a car was ways eeem enjoy The Southern B'y via Savannah, Oomuibla, and Aahevllla.
tw r$l lwLti' and simple. To hoard: up money does me no good. And by her chair she knelt, blocking the system and inciting THE. Tile Mobl ft; Oblo R. B. via. Montgomnry.
1 ,
at I've known what it is to walk the streets of a strange And thus began. to pray travelers to profane. language. Jlaa- Fine Cigars and Tobaccos *
9 Jesus, my eyes' are closed, teeing to the scene, hashed his over- Yla Savannah" and Ocean Steamship Company for New York
f 2 yja town hungry and without shelter. I made up my x-Thy form I cannot see; coat and with hIs own hands assisted L. A., $i IITH.: TO Phltadalpbla and, Boston via N'I'Ik for N.'Yt Wash sad BtJt.
.Y : y mind long ago that if ever luck came my way. I'd If thou art near me, Lord, In Applying ropes and wires to the DUE }Via Savannah and Merchants A'Miners Transportation Company -
x" p'z'2' w share it with the chaps i in hard luck." Wilt thou not speak to me? broken( machinery with such skill c I tor Baltimore ,IM'
If you measure philanthropy in money, this A Htlll, small voice she heard within her sonl'"What that In half nn hour the crippled oar F. A, Gerber & Sons VIA BT..1 sstP. '
blacker of boots doesn't make much of a showing in Is It, child? I hear thee, tell me all." was out of the way, anr* the blockade U & Mall Stetmahlpa of the Peninsular A Occidental Stcssf+
ended. But Oreatnlnger ate terrapin invite to a'n: Inspection Tojeyjestl abtp Co. Port Tampa to West A Havaaab. oaneot'n with
f of if' the Golden Rule i is tho you Koy in
L the list giver But I pray thee Lord, she Bald, In a dirty shirt. I '
hk measure, if love and unselfishness and good impulses That thou wilt condescendTo Ertu FAMINE: IMMINENTSt. 'of a new line ofWindow pAN yDo !, The Plant System. ,
stay with my heart Three BhlP" Every Week va PortT 7 a m.
HAYAHAH
mpa
;f are to count, there is no question about the spiritof And ever be m d; Louis, as well as many other ; Shades : Monrtaya, Thursdays and 8a l rdaja.
the humble. man wlio.was kind to his fellow The path of life looks dark, cities, faces an egg famine. As yet ..O anus BCOTIA. 1 Via Boston and Canadd'AtlsaUe and Plant Steamship Line "l<
t X v beings. I would not go : the price has) not taken. any meteoric 0A" P* 8M.......ftlld (
i O, let me have thy handTo spurts, but eggs at M) cents adoien Which hu Just been receive. \The veeos..waeostal.ASns.' .... )f lllazr Hawkaabnry and CII&r nttstown.
------ Ine ia easily the most varied and oomileta
-
I. lead me in the 111 the next few day would not Rill'prlae -
The wife tlf> the presiding elder of the Methodist "Fear not thou ahal-t way.not run the race l one"- all knowing ones. Dispatches In tile city, and ambraoea Bhadaa WINTER TOURIST TICKETS will be on sale throughout the NORrJIED

Episcopal church, south, at Athens, Ga., writing cf She thought she felt a loft hand press her own.' from Plttuburg state that egga are lu price SASTEEN WESTERN and. SOUTHERN bTATEH: to air Florida' Beaorta. vU
r now elllnir for 76 cents a dozen, or a ilant Sy.tem, during tIle season 1e01-IBU2\ limited to return until May Ii 1. with
''1x r the dispensary in that town says that "it is worse Her little prayer was said,. trifle over 6 cents apiece. This l is duo '15[ to 5Q l Genfs Ibaral" itop-over( privilege In Florida. ADDat88E3 Of PARTIES IN TEA

than a dozen barrooms ; that young boys, through And from her chamber, now, to the scarcity, and the increased 'NORTH sent to the' undersigned will be liberally supplied with all luforro.Und
She passed forth with the light demand caused by the Lenten sea- Furniture of all .dvert1 log matter.
#p j irresponsible messengers, obtain all the liquor they Of neaTen. upon her brow; on. Plttsburgera fear eggs will be Kinds \i For Information aa to Butea" Bleeping Car Reservation eta. call on. or wtlta to
F want, and that it encourages the consumption of Mother, I've seen the Lord, elllng forth a dozen before the end IRON :BEDSMATTRESSES; ', M. ""LL Y, DivlalonPaaaungerAganl.. ,
yf .Hi hand In mine I fait, of the week. In New York the price SIDEBOARDS 138 West Bay Street boor Block, .., Fla.

x r +}ii l i, liquor in large quantities." During the post year And 0, I heard him lay, has Jumped from 81 to 87 cents LINOLEUMS W. B. DKNUA.M; B. ". V7BENM
the'Athens' dispensary increased its sales by; $4,000 All by my chair I knelt, wholesale, and the chances are that and MATTINGS Gall Superintendent, Peas. Trafo. Ugr.Bavauoab .
{ "Fear not, my child, whatever Ills may come, they will be retailing for 60 cenU bit1 Our good are all new and. our prices O*. SaviB aa, rs
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THE CRESCENT CITY NEWS. It Is Surprising.amount of Fir t-11RIIB a\ \ ,;




_ SUCH FICKLE }Hats. Caps, Shoes, Shirts.'CoIIars, and Cuffs, Ne Suits,

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DIIESS; GOODS Etc. Sold by
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Crescent City MeHHra. Bates and niiHHell will sel onth of Alfred Pulver. W. J. Braddock has severed hit
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connection with Ilunllngtoi
p onaot the nio. beautiful% lotiatlona In Flor out a large number of peach trt
d.. The town In In tlia. anuLhnaiitern pvt oPutnamonunty during the coming week. Mr. A B Y., died at Grove Hall at ttU): <> on of operator and station agent of the WEATHEROne ,

,1.raaohod by flltlinr., 45 mllaa aimtmer. from or, Piilutka.rallroal: .and Oroat Ii. Torrey will also set out about 101 Tuesday evening February 18th, Plant System at Pler on. ;Mr. and

aantotty llnaoa tilgix f...IID< whim rlmamaoaE more. after an Illness of 10 days tilt son. Mis. Braddock left for that place on Crescent Oity.
of oreiwont Lobe, .
E fully from the WOHK bank Friday. of hut week.
\ boautltillMbwat' utuleur wntorltt mllua lu lona-lt! Mrs. W. O. Curl(.IMS of San Fran- J. K Pulver, had been telegraphed hardly knows whether to announce The reason lies la the foot that ha oarrloa a line of up-to-duto goods-TUo kind!
and from throft to nva mile In 1 width. Phi Mr. and Mrs. N. B. of "
p1000 Ie well I laid nut Iii town and itruva low olxco, Cal., and Mra. C. O. fthlpman, for and arrived a few hours before Harvey new arrivals of all-wool. winter weights people want '
: who have been
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Lyndonvllle
the but tormaroouatltutlnu etc bloom In wlTtli a. prarllua lylnii biitwiuin itt ttia lowu tWO of Duluth, Minn., terminated their. his death. Short funeral serviceswere stopping at ,the Ingalls, Bros.. for a Dry Goods or SPRING' WASH FABRICS Hamilton-Brown Shoes and Shield Brand Huts are guaranteed, as HO also are

lakaa th-*laka w.,at.Ur.Tlia.""
I bl."or than Ilialot lako orenoont tliuii afford the steamer Crescent; for their respective Dr, Reeves of the Presbyterian Chuatham's and have gone to house and see thorn. We roully; have some

lug baa liarfaut ll'. aouroa dralnae lu eprlnna The:and walor 1 to knptalmolulolj or Inka' Htolli: home' church,of\( Wednesday, after which, keeping.Improved, Mr.In health Harvey since has he greatly came gems In wash goods and the pi-toes are Our Neckties are from an Exclusive Tie House.CHAMBER'S .

> pura by til. town.III1'hnrt'I. who fiavainmla Itt and Miss the remains were taken by train to very reasonable. The very latest pat I '
t a mlaatimoannr to In any way oontaralnut.It.II Melvin lleasleyotDenver to Florida. He had a severe lung Is the place to buy all kinds of Merchandise..

I lue Plant Hyauim Bnllway Uiuchiw Iba wool Anna Maull were married on Thursday Newark, N. Y., for Interment.Mr. trouble that kept him In doors winters i terns. You will not see duplicates of We give ;you what you pay for. '
; bank of lake Hlolla two mites from the towns Pulver has been coming to and when starting for this place them elsewhere (In Putnam county
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ra and last at the residence 9f|>
and a 111<1. ataamw oonveyft panB nif evening .
0 f might to and fruin the towu and OreHottut CityJuniillon. Crescent City for the past three win. was hardly able to take the train -- -
the railway utatlon the' bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.. but now l is able to do a fair days A Special.The .
1 1'b.trip by at.an.c Irom IMlatka or Jnokaun. Geo E. Maull, on the. west side fLake tern. He spent a.. great deal of his work, We Would Like Your
E villa I.on. off she moat delightful water rldui
and
time the streets our people
In the whole country': and the' pamiuiiiffr: witot..kes Stella. The young couple are on Mr. and 'Mm J. D. Mitchell are entertaining best all-steel cultivator made
I thla trip la bald entranced from auirt to had gotten to know him well. He
1'IInl.". At a point nine miles aotitti of Palatka well-know hereabouts, and are being Miss ICIpp from Washington only ('&.211.

frtha steamer loaves tile) Bt.Joluia .0<1.e"1Or. congratulated by their numerous was a most kindly disposed gentleman D. C. '" ':Irads: .-
!/J>aap rlvor;,' a ratntr narrow but ...nu.". and his won Brinley Orange Plows Grocsr'37' _
.tream lined on altlieraluu by a thick growth friends They will make their homeat pleasant manners Mrs. K. 'V. Andrews, son Edward,

f.of oypraaa, sob slid palinatut varltMblu forealI Denver where Beualey l la assistant for him universal esteem. During and Mrs. J. Hill of Chicago are Best grove plows made.
I The rlvara ounrea are sharp and ,
,,fiNMiuoiit primeval.. and there la never A long tuiuih o( to his father, the suction boss of the past winter his 78 years had begun guests at };. H. Stone's. These ladles
,, water In algnt. After nine nillra of travel to tell perceptibly upon his constitution were here for a short time last To PUTNAM COUNTY In order to receive It wo havo concluded not to offur any bait other than. a '
through Ibis dream. thaatoamarieinorgea' Into the Plant System. winter, and have come again for the
. the broad" and bnautllul Luke Uraaoent. A run and It was plain to see that health. who bas line of edibles at modest advance above Wo have
i,at aa .boar and a bait land luaj' paaaunger at Capt. Geo":.Ur Beach .of. Savannahcame benefit of tile son's PEOPLE.! strictly pure a crfat. an Idea
X Oraeoant City, the ...."111..'. auuthernnioHtlanding. i he 'was steadily growing weaker. been greatly benerltted. Mr. An-
rite boat I...... Jnikaonvllla at Ha.ni i up Saturday night with his ',jlls death, while not a surprise, Is drews IH a member of the Chicago There are LO three stores put togother that we buy oa cheaply .as anyone In our line, 1II avery ? '::!. Thursday" and Hntnrtlnyi: : mother and the two wee guests over board of trade. and visit Florida -
alatka< a 9 p. lha same (laya. Returningthe nevertheless and sincerely may That's kind .
generally ;; m this county that would combine as merit. all the wo keep. We pay the highest puce for EGGS and
J. W. his business to
S boat loaves Onuuent City on Monday, Weit.needsy Sunday with Capt. and Mra. if he can, arrange
and Friday at Ta' ra., arriving' at I Illalka lit regretted. Mr. Pulver was formerlya do many articles the people want as we
I. : at 1(1 a. m. mid at iaukaouvllla;. at *;Wllsm. Miller, Cupt. Beach. had Hot been merchant in so. COUNTRY PRODUCE. Suppose you give us a trial order for GBOCE1UE3. We
No u.nK.n aver took the mourner Urea.foaut In, Crescent! City oince before the leading dry goods Mrs. Funk the postmistress hR.acceted early In ol1rest&bllshmPDt. That's saying
for crttftoant Oily without, experiencing Newark N. Y., but about six years the position of station agentat "right smart" Just take look through have an Uoa you will not grumble at.the prlces'and you can't at the! 11&0<18.
I new ..no&".... of pleasure and a short atop at ,freeze of 'DO, but be thinks the pros- .
tb*little alty mSkO.:any man or woman a, tile moat excellent for the ago be gave up active business to his tills place and railroad tickets will and judge for yourself.
*long lover of tba place pacts are now be sold at the' postotllce. All are '
His wife died something over
I. < In the town, proper are loma ol Ilia mom place regaining its old time standing son. with this new arrangements Butter has made another sharp ad- J. W. MILLER
pleased
I beautiful homes to be found lu. the Stats and three years ago. He la survivedby ,
I fbs people ara eulturad and proeuttroua.: as au orange producing section. lie they are heartily sick of being vance. Buy oleomargarine while you

I pal There.and la a Vrbyt good: school rlMii-,>two and ohurohea two good. -Epliraof hotola.- saw many of his old friends. a son and one-tame-daughter. Obliged to go to Crescent City Junction can at S3 ENr.TIinrsda CRESCENT CITY.

'.Beeldea plaoea where boardloan to take. the train. I
ploannut private -
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Mrs. Dr. B. \V. Lowe with her lllf
COMO.Mr. -
M ob1l110"" Hotel and boarding bouaa friend of Dr. Walker's -
I prloea ara moderate The people have pro tie son, will arrive In town the lat Several 37th Friday 28th
1 Tl.te.1 wall I.kept golf links for the entertain.moutof family by invitation gathered at ,
1 tboae who like ibis ainuaemont.K ter part of next week: and will be the M. O. Wheeler, of Ann Arbor, their home last Tuesday evening fora We will jell S gallons! oil for toe TORREY'S SHOEERYv

,t any uraHoent other Iowa City lu bIll the mure 0011111'orange orange groves vulture thanI guests of lion. and Mrs. Edwin Gilbert Mich., arrived on Monday to visit muciloal and social visit, which

10 ...leading occupation of tbe people I'quuilityoflhlsfruilbsalotlIfbIU regarded aaI cake and coffee was served. Special
I superior to thai grown 1 lit any oilier aeotlon of start. from New" Vork on the Atlantic at the Avenue House. worth of other I
I the ......... Almoot avury ollllea of the plao* 'I
EB3.OO Shoes a/t
$8.75
I limit a wall,kept grove, many of whlnh. oontlpy const line March 8d, and will come Miss Jennie Palmer went down to goods. .

Ithegrovelotaoftbeluourixiratlon extend Into tbe oountry back. Tb,.whlleothoraI merohauteI direct to Crescent City. Dr. Lowe Palatka on Friday of last week for a Those gooda aro Stylish, Wull-mada and tho best Wearers '

I Or..oelt City are live mon- and they abowlatookaofgoode leaves the following day for Nassau, few day's visit to the family of Dr. to b, had for the money. '

1 ban alraoat any other Iowa la the will Mrs. Lowe Many
..... which places he join Albert and HU ted, of Crescent City. Florida.&ROVE .. our Dainty Rubber Footholds for Dump Weather.
fThe streets are lined with shade" trees and her.. Both Dr. and Mrs. Lowe are White Plains N. Y. arrived Satur-
I tb" native lire oaka, sod broiul shell welts are ,
Jlnld on the prlnoltial atrooto. liltiyola paths pleasantly remembered here. they day on a short visit to their uncle, Putnam A. B. TORREY CRESCENT :
lead IQ many' direction*. having visited Crescent City lost "i.
W. E. Palmer after- CITV.
leaving Sunday ,
/,.' I .U'l' -==X three
some years ago.
< for Miami.
noon
.. 1 Parties In Traartint City dealrlnR to. miblacrlbe County '_
for till paper or winking to renew Mr. David Duwes Is bringing the The Sunshine circles are again agitated -
I ttaelr aubecrlpUoua thereto. may leave their .
(namea and money with Mr. K. 1>. IxiuiuU at market these days some celery !grownon ; over the grand tableau which

[.the poau>m<., who I. our authorlaeiLagent. his home place that ought to drive l is expected to shine on or about the flerchants HALL. ARE ; ( ANY '

for f
Crescent City a reputation celery 20th of March.

growing that would nofdie Kalamazoo Have .
"M nit. Lane and son are enjoying life gotten .
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and other Interior towns go way YOU ,
ersouaIanJSodafl i at the residence of Dr. A. W., Under- ; HEAD
location this popular Holdunexcelled.
back[ and sit down. The celery. Is For excellence
wood, brother of Mra. Lane. The habit of I. From IW broad verondobsmnagnhflroiii
well. bleached and possesses a crispness ''ffSfi{

that i Is rare to find. Not all the Mtsa D. C. Rockwell has been very U overlooks beautiful viewara Crescent hnd In .11 Luke dlroctlona.on ono DEAF ? .( jt!: ;*;i /1 NOISES ?

1''' Mr. W. R. Oxen ipent Monday In soil about Crescent City will'grow III, but Is impioving. Owing to her Sending Hide anil charming hike Stolln on the other ,

: Palat.ka.Mr celery, but there is lots of It which advanced age her friends have been It la aqttiet. homelike placa, always well ALL CASES OF

; J88. A. Clone l U laid up ,withanother will and we believe that If some of anxious.Mr. for filled with iiumle- who enjoy the rent which
Away this charming city allbrda. DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARINC '
attack of rbeuinatlmn.PMr. our people who own the right sort of A. B. Williams spent part of HUNTING FISHINU, BIOYCLINU.MAOJiiriCKNT -

and Mra. Joneph, Braddock of and would but give It cultivation last week amid the attractions of --_-a ARE NOW CURABLEby

[.Seville were In town on Friday. they; would make big/ money. Mr. Charleston, .8. C., enjoying his visit. Their GOLF LINKS our new invention. Only those born deaf are incurable.
Twn b'ooka! from time hotol. Use of Lllika. free
: Mr. Dean, the Dead lake turpentine Duwes will !get a good Bum for his Mr. J. J. Hankey, of Petoskey, U> Hotel guenta. HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY.

[operator waa a In the city Saturday. crop this year, and he ought to for i Mich., has returned from a visit to Fine Season bpeiu November iHtbvery ,

j. t's the best ever seen on this mar- be: west coast. room hitS been occupied during the F. A. WERMAN OP BALTIMORE, SAYS
: The grounds present some
golf 1ICLT1SIORC. Md. Msrrh o, mom.
ore aiilmatlou now on brlgh .days.M1 ket. Mr. W. L. Gable, deputy collectorof piwt t .. fur the coming season should a full hmtory my cane to be iisrii" nt your diMcretfoiiAbout '
|IJ. ... WbltwaIp.mt Saturday and -.... a- Internal revenue for the second uddrreHa tho proprietor, five yvnrft ago tny: tight ear began\ to sing ami. tllU k.plan getting worse, ....11111 loot
Job my curing iti tit In enr entirely,
r {.Sunday with her mother at Nashua. The Council vs. The Water Co. division of Florida, has been home : I underwent a Ir.ol".lIllor....rrh. for three mon 11m... without any...ce..., cotimtKecl a number .
on a visit to his wife and William of pliyNttlnim.. among other. the moMt enilnetit ear specialist" : of thin city who told iii.. that
"1 J' Mrs. Frank Guiltier haa gone to Editor PALATKA NEWS) William C. Horton only an operation coulil help tr.t8 '::0 even thnt only tenipornrlly 1 tIlO.IIII.. head noim.. would
Halght, returning to his work Mon then tense' "but the hearing HI ear would he 1 lout forever
,|Miami for a two week's. visit with. There appears to be .a misapprehension I then saw your advertiMenient' acciilentully: in n rId', York |piper I and ordered your treatment C
on the part of a portion of Work.We After 1 I hiul\ lined It only: n few tiny i : accnnliiifc to your dircctiotm.i the noi':c.c<.nM' 'd I. and
Jrelatlvea.Mlas[ .
; day.The '0"' .". after five week.*, my heuriuff In the dUeiiHed ear ban been eiitireK restored. I tlmnk you
visited Miss the; people of the town as to the attitude Kpworth League was led Sunday Crescent City, Fla. .heartily mid beg to remain Very truly your
Hutch Innon.
May of the town council on the ques- night by Mrs. W. L. Gable, the K. A. HERMAN, 7308 Bromlway, Bnltimore Md.

CarrieItodges, at Bat l1ma Heights loii. of the1 water oontract., regularly appointed leader. Miss Ot r treatment loe*not interfere ivitlt. your"",url occupation.TSSSffZr .

f last 'week.Mr. Statements are made that Its action Victoria Babers, being unwell. have set .Hr.SI CENT INN Thin comfortnlileHotoin now tinder ata l"a
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in discontinuing payments on ofMra. : YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME :::
the nmnumiieiit
JlriKlt and MUsiBradt Rev. J. K. Ford went down to Satsuma .
and Mrs. B-.IT. <,;
the contract was intended and hnd on Sunday to QL1 Ills appoint J. C. Cook and !Miss E. C. Waloa, both of INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC, 596 LA SALLE AYE., CHICAGO, ILL.
of Huntlngtoiv were in the the effect to repudiate any and all ment. Miss Morene accompaniedher Out to cure CtmutAiiqua, N. Y.. whom they have had .#

(city Saturday.Mra. .. obligations In connection with the father. nany years experience In catering to the m --
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and the members of the I
subject council of vlitttora to the celebrated Lake
Icenliour and little girl are who favored the proceeding are -_ ... it- This Habit. comfort UnallUiuqua ABHembly.

lowly recovering' ./ from their.. recent severely criticised for such action.' POMONA.Mr fho house ha been thoroughly renovated *e fl1

severe Illness. An examination of the council record and will SWord a- moat pleasant. homo for ,

A large number of r the children In will disclose fact showing that !*. and Mrs.: Woodruff; and Mrs. We. intend. winter vlHltom. Tha table In supplIed with --1 1LASTONISHIHG
without founda.
such statements are Wilson of Arlington, N. J., Miss ha bent the market nllunla llatea made
|the public school\ are down with axiil4 tionThe fate Dana, and Miss Callery of New known: on application.

; attack of the chckei( h pox. i: council refused to appropriate York City, are boitrding with Mra. To do it CRESCENT CITY, FLA.tad's i

MM.. and Mrs. James Padgett Jr. funds The on question the existing of its contract.legality wall Ames.; OFFEflLj! )

are feeling pretty gay over the ar- before the council for considerationat The illustrated lecture Friday Bygivingilodern I

lafaut son, oil the 18th. Its regular meeting In Jan. ItfOl night by Rev. H. M. Lawson of his Drug Store And our brunti aro prafs>rr*luiwrinr to mil other I,
rlyat on. aa to 'trip around the world," was at- or>l.rtolv lh>0aiuuiv rth. tonfit of Ui. liri profit or fmilvfPopular or ,
and the matter was referred A. Mld.llol. W hO. d.ld.do00 m.IidlmI.uoCw.imseow 5..
-, Bemembei.the 6ypsy Festival"by committee for investigation.' The lended by a good crowd. llnnilrj of O'hlkl.i mnrl Clfnrt it | V

the' Discipline club at 'Chamberjtin'sffafl committee reported that in Its opinIon The Middleton Bros., entertained Crescent City. 14 BEAUTIFUL PRIZES THEE kWmKrerMilSViWith '. ,

(, March 7 the contract was Invalid and' It a party of their friends at their homeon .L.5 ** quirt hnttl.nftly 7Bi>o14 Friday evening > lUod-Bw** 1O MM?
last Offers visitors and citizens a Rn ", Mlvb- KBltiiilSiliBi
of week.
recommended that no further funds Tuesday evening 0'a..Csbt.spi.S..lli l .I.4ltOliiiII.t PKKBan*ffF th*>hftn.l
Mr. and MI' Edwin: Gilbert .are under It for that Mr. Walter Hllllard of Palatka. was ___nnt..flir_Ii.. .,iok.iO.ua'.Wdei,..501. .siS
j be> appropriated reason. 015,1, M.d III, ,, Am.inn svnm.nt aid a..,lsfl em.M..p.,
I entertaining tb'tr'bephow'Mr. Ed- The question was then submitted an out of town guest, and gave some Work atmodestY Complete line_of .51,0. ,d..nott.nl.l, .,4 will l i..t.llf.tIms. t ISUSAmO.' '". N..Ii.Utm .
his Pip.< .1 5.o.I..*MMnrhaum Ci W bike.I r nun .ablUPU
[ward F. Jones, of Georgetown. Ooim.Mr to the city attorney of Jackson- fine selections from Gramninone. ,,IE CIsnuIiiOe 1 pratty inth.yT.n.pvnoh. 1 ,i.euit 0vs bney
ville for Ills .legal-opinion thereon. l Inwh-
Blaine Toilet Articles I 1L': ehtrwlly .
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Shiver liqa returned He reported that the law had not Rev. H. M. Lawson went to Sanford iii i..i h.wlly 141. e.l4 pikd All ih iSpis,..tmlth.i.sM.a.. ,
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(from Arcadia" where he has been en- been complied with in the> framingof to preach Sunday, Rav. M. C. .n.u.Cob.i.l1 rlubPur*Rrvaiinnnth l.i..nd,,.qu.IHI,(flbtd..fmrt.e.umOy.o14 hi fnr !.*. itiin sine, w. MM 14.thwhtihoy Q
tIle contract and it was therefore rdClv r*In All I V *! QY C O D with pritllf ofludlncttiaUpriiMforUGILI
Tgaged in during the Welch supplying here. And SundriesAt .
packing .
oranges Druggist -...-- ... .7 $0.9f nlnaUon whll Whl.hknariffnr >
Invalid and he recommended the The Dramatic club will present li>n f0itmor th.inw I.E free..eOIr.i.l. OsOhkb.7 |.
[chipping season. framing of a new one to avoid coin- AO.m.i fmn i0.wld Ky*..t oar 4 if n MalM toh.. btn.] '
their drama on Friday evening Prices. I'm Iair ThMclTBr lit far btt1O '
Moderate B.sm.wl'j In orn furfcrf )
.. Miss Mary Johnson lefV on the ilicatlons that were: likely to arise (Sopular) _ us'thic.w.d.Ol..dl..f.,. W.iv..l.I..ihsu.d.00wi00 I
will be
larch 14th. The cost given P-wmlnvi'af Im'nt Pok..kt if*with two blidM I r *: c K""'' r* '
[prf.oout', Monday morning for Jack- front appropriating funds on' an Invalid later, The large part of our stock .FREEAI.| twU$a TU n .4.wI.eItSOd.Os.eOI ln pl r. iw.J%. Writ* (M 11.
contract. arrival. wSb. Pu.. tat. .1 LI or. ant 0e.,., RnSw.Ibi. .5.510 WallS Oem> ludaf.
f aonvllle', where she expects .to ,enter Councllmen are required by their Mrs. and Miss Doty, of the north Prices. Is of recent. U. H. KJUTllXKK'$ jiIsTuluuTINQ CU-U.pt. U* Cdt North CbuK Bt*Chicago,life i

[tit,Luke's hospital for a preparatory oath when Installed In office to perform -' arrived last week for a fewlweeks at -- -
lira. C. H. Worcester's, and Mr. and We have lately; been aprolnted Agentfor '
f course. aa. a trained. nurae. the-duties Imposed upon them American Bicycle Company andIf MEDICINAL HELPS.Winter : A NIGHT ALARM, I\
Ira. Fred Worcester of Mass., arrived the
and to transacthe
J r* Mr. and Mrs. A. Wyant and Mra.f.C. fairly' and faithfully Monday. your mind Is on wheels (not wheels in oougha are apt to TOR u It lu conaump- Wo... hfin fin ainemof aresm night In the .
committed their hrsesy ot wbloh like
DUHlness We have dough crouu MiuttUa thuhlldren'a
Ohio _... head. mind( you) come and lot us tioolfnegioiltt'd. Th y can bosooa broken up death knelt. and It death ,
Of your mean
; J. Reed Plymouth, guests charge as the law directs. b j umnic Vuloy lioao/ soil T.... uundu ia.lose I
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what can do for something Itt done iulukly fruit* a Honeyand
how we you. | )
I for the pant three weeks of Mr. find ')'helaw prescribes the manner'In. HUNTINGTON. you Drug Htors.Wben tar never tails tn tftv InstAnt ml let and '

Mn W. J. Norton left for home last which contracts with municipalities The Types pain or Irrttnttnn exlflt oa any part or (julokly cures the Coral forma o( oroup. Mrs.F. .
[, shall be made and it declares that Heath of Mrs. iluittlnirtoii. the bixty. time npnlKnlloa ot UA-LL\K1 HNOWISIMBNTwltl L. Conifer of Maniiintftnn, K,., writ-tat "My '
Monday, first stopping for a few give prompt rultof. l'rlo,IWuaauouDU. three ,year old girl had a severe oaae off oroup }
appropriations made upon a contract Mrs., Iv. B. Huntington principal DR. H. C. WELCH "' ''0<1.' Prun Hiore.Toler'a the doctor anld she ooulil mint ii... I got a bottle I.
[ .ay.. oh_ the .cant coast. not framed according to Its provla- owner and for whom thla place was And all other Honer and Tar U bout for croup and of Foley Honey ami Tar. Um tint doa

'Mr ,Bud, Mrs. Fred .B. Close of lon are unauthorised and therefore named, died at noon on Sunday after Will be at his office In' CRESCENT *h M)pliiff oouirh entitAlnti HA 01'1....., and gar qnlult.relief Lounda and Drugstore.Ar naveil her.life.' Uofuaonubailiuteii.
'. unlawful. Unauthorised appropriations Mrs. Outran.iUi'kiY. Careful nuitbdra kouy It lu tbhouw.
few da> illness. Huntington -
"fuoaon/Arliona, are here for a fvwweek' have the effect of demoralizingthe n auffeied s stroke of paralysis CITY on. Thursdays Fridays and Saturdays Loumla Drug Htoro.Tou 'you ncryoim. run down, weak. and d*''' ,.
C their Mr. ,a UptodateFaCiLities. can help onon. whom you fled .ulTartig plrltedt Take a> few doaes oil IIBUIIINB:\ It willlafuM ,\'
with .
visit parents, finances of the town. Taxpayers whll at .the' supper table on the of each week. from lullnrnml. IIiiMittt laryngeal trouble.irouolxltlB mew."..rM". now life Into the oxaust.4
, and Mra.. Jaa. A. Close. Mr. Fred aro placed in a position where they Tuesday before, since which time oouitliB' mtltlw oto by advlHlng' time norvea,the overworked brain or muscular" .,..

[:Close ia the superintendent of large may refuse the payment of taxes she had rapidly. declined. Telegrams Office on Central Avenue. .'is.r.at of ramiHly BAlLAllDBUORBHObNU for ootiKb amid oold HYBUP*. '.r.....,the 86 torn trloBf, eel ou 000.put.a..n.Lounda'w miMic on Drug Ufit shire and**bualneee* '
collector. from
and the tax her Dr. S.
enjoin sent to
were lion George Sir,.
c.uto. l.ouads' Dru*
mining Interests In the mounj sad OU A THOCBA DOLLARS TUOOWN AWAY. '
j copper making sales of land to satisfy them. of Columbia college
Huntington, The. m,,nt rallftblA pivparatlna for ttldnofrnubln Mr. w. W.lJ..kel01 PlaliiTlow. Neb. writes
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L j,tains' of ,Arizona.I . These\ are the reasons that induced and to her daughter, Mrs. H. J<:. 'Spose you .on ttto market i Vuley Kidney: Our,. "My" wife had lung trouble for o..r fifteen ,_ _
to Utsmany! old friend. in thla vicini- three: members. of 'the council-a Morgan, jr. of Morris town, N. J., JOHN VINCENT D. Q. B. Loundu' Drug alora. yeara; We triad: a> number of .trII-:4 spent
majority-to refuse to appropriateany and they arrived on Friday evening There !. probably nortlneaii or condition of over a t boil Hand dollars I relief.
y will be pained to learn of an aeol- under the contract a- a ho a Unman system that calls.. more ulT rlnir sis was very law and I limt all bope, wben a
further funds before her death. She was conscious Send APPROVED STYLES. friend rol. '
your tAIR CUTTING! IN and dietrass than pllva AULHll'8 DUCKEVILBOINFMENP autninatod trying a Unuey and
dents' which befell ,their",. former jut by such action It did not repudiate almost to the last '" CHILDREN' WORK A bPEOIALTY.Tha circa them '.kl'jo without Tar wbltill Idldt, and thank be to this' greatrernqgyttaaved
wnKman', Ed.Newaonl, recently at all obligations In connection with Mrs. Huntington was the daughter recently been equlpp.d.wltha path or detention from bunt IiI, BOOBQU her life. Htie !I. atrouger and
baa
L.a Gloria, Cuba. Mr. NewBOrn was the; subject. If the Water Co. l ut not : of the late Dr George Sumner of Order now to new shop and modem chair and other oomforta' 8W In>r.boltliM.. Tuboa, 70 ocnta. Lou ads.Drutf anoy] beiterhAAlih. We shall than never she has be ever without knownInienyimra. .... '

performing service and ",,,elvlngcompen..atlon Hartford, Jonn.., where her early My raaoriare kept In condition; only clean complaint klllw more people than any l I..,y'a Honey and Tar anj would 'k tReesoflhlcied
hrown front a striking his fLldnuy
wagon therefor) under a contract Here IIhe married to try It'T? Loomis' Drug Store
: IItt!"wM passed. used and oustoraeni are guaranteed ether dl_. This la duo to kite dlHoiutA be.
|aceand_ breaking hr: -cheek .bone with the town at the present Dr. Geo. Huntlngton.! After the towels an nitao InHiUloim, that tl vow .* food kola on Nervous ohlldren are almoal always thin
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jte WH Improving at last accounts. time; It la not the fault of any rnem- death of her husband in company Russelland perfect I.llerocllon. ho Kidney system Cure before will prevent li I. roongaised.the develnpmont foley ol. children. WHITK8 The 'oiiloioir.boy UHEAU VEIL'dIfUGg" la sotloin la nevvoua. the>

her of the council. The: council. has with her sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Wilson fatal disease It taktm. In .._. Lou"d.' ItrugHtoro beat pntveutlve/ ..ono,,",,..e. It strengthens -
!I Mr. James Malcolm, Miss Sadie J. been ready and willing at all timesto and her children she went 1' the ayatem and a. tata la thai Burl of a..b.

faloolm and Mh 3enJ. 1*.Doughty, enter Into a new contracts On two abroad for a number of years. She 'Reliable Dont let the hand of tltn paint wrlnklna onyour enoer which oreatea Prl..l6oen.airnutfth.. Ixiunda and poor' Drllll off Btore endur .1 ,
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Seed
ft Jericho, :If.'Y., arrived at' Drove different occasions committee. were came to Florida in 1883 for her health Garden I iiiroaadtlt(aot *H dlit op.,.ntlvo"nll.organ by koapinc In a the hoaltbfnlHindltlon .blood Mnthoni can aafeiy give """I..,'. Honey and

fall on Saturday venlng for a appointed by the president of the and settled in Crescent City, after. JaMMa, HEltBlNafwUl do thU. HeHlih larontli. Tar to their children for oougha iuidout pro- council to confer with the Water Co. wards1 taking up a large tract of land Bnwelallr lor dliMAt sod I wlnkaooa brlnifa old ago. oo u tat nit m opitttoa no other' )poi.oaeLonohie .
cted vlelt,- Mr.. Malcolm and, his with the view of entering into a new of which the town of Huntington Is aad Ad.pud prim 110 OOD" ...11001.' tWoS Btor*. Drug store.

.\I" aughter have made many former contract-one framed In compliance part. Here ah* built a handsome ..SOUTHERN PLANTING.. -- _____hrrvvo

,., .visit. and are among a host friends. with! the requirements of law. Both home, a hotel, and was one of the Vickers

J.Mr. Daughty ia making hu first visit, committees reported that the Water' chief promoters in the erection of A B..aompteM.., C.b....and.. Calory fresh, atotk O.uoloBermuda of. m :Big ... _
Doraany would entertain nu- proposlaltton -- AU Saints' Episcopal' church ns well Onion, ro........ ..4
_____land It !Is to be..hoped he.:.wlll' Ilk uaf relative to a new contract; but as a life long worker for 1U good. I 'Palatka all kind of and fo, .....rda. sad .

_ Well enough to corn' afalo.jt Insisted on an enforcement. of the old She was liberal to those leas: fortu- laid aIa ja oa baad. ROUNDDOLLMRS

: nate in this world's goods and always ON" rmtrmo RICO Slit? OUT.
; first .
jt I ot series of meet
The a
: open one.And now It is understood that the extended a helping hand to the csaa000s ..... Oan ba saved by taking our all-wool tailor mace Black J:reIN Suits for,t8.00.
ing* was given by the ladies of the News _
question Js to become the Issue at unfortunate. \
FARMS
THE EXCELSIOR SEED common price $10.00. When )you want'Clothing
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_ _V.1., I. Aa l ast. Monday afternoon the coming election and efforts are Her funeral waa conducted by Rev. I TH8 URIFPINO BRO* co. -

to which, tbe ladles of Ithe towi> and to be made to elect' only such personson Deo. H. Ward at All Saints' churchat Palatka P. 0, a-s II' D. Ja.kao.ylll..Pla. Dry Goods. Notions, Shoes Anything 'e
favor the enforce '
the council afternoon and the ,
_ _Visitors alike were Invited. The ol of tbe old contract. It would 2:80 on taken Monday to In our line we can sara you from 13 to !20 per emt. on your\ ureh.... W. have. .
ments Hartford Conn.
hi is body was .. .. recvtlvsu.i mow lot of Shoes them seine of the (1 00 working shoes for '.
_ |ant of these etings to create seem the part of wisdom that the) offices for Interment. Just among '
,_______ ore i Intereat' la the work of the *s- Should be' conferred on persons Florida. mac that go off' an f""e.1110" ruens and boys' rubber sole atu>e. 'fur' 40 oenU" pee' '

elation-a. soft 'of revival effort- having particular ntnefw for the Mrs. A.7. Smith ba been visiting READINGS! pair.. Mew lot ot Window; Hhndo, Trunks and :Velesoopas.. I If

bleb I the News hopes to see successful duties Interests and of a the regard people for rather the general than Green her daughter Cove! Springs* Mr. Ira and Thomas has been of BIBLE d nose. -sad--assa-Inrasejg..s'On&.e. ....MW as ''C NE ':GTZbLO: Sia.oo' G.Jl..;"" ;.,}..

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ia strengthening!_ '!. the orian"" the particular .Intermits of tad mid- quite' U), but la. now much Improved _msmaory." Agmi..LLwMaap.lMlm.rma'a_nd 0. '\'I ..... OlrsasaeyeatmM ,.-:

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TCo: '. the Agyliiin. FarnU es Gertrude mid Mable Powell Martin Griffin & Co.

A. D. Tooker, a prominent clUjen; The to Jacksonville Tiicsdny to COMING SOON ,

; c of FlorallOm"l vftui,. committed to the forthcoming "the presentation of the opera, .

_/ : UIII. ('hattahoorheeTueHdnylb mnde arran 1882-1902. -

:; Judge M. 1. Coxe. Dr. stitute, In the Sheri Kennel'l y wes called .
M. Jimliou O. I. Itowton and I afternoon( I -- "
A. IIt,90.'u.: morning; Tuesday by oxTch.tOr sts.
_ and Deputy Bhorllf K. L. Kennorly March\ 22d. announcing the illness of Cor. X-eirrxon.:

_ were appointee a committee on examlnatton 'Htockbrldge' of :: Great A.mericanGombined R. R. Shows.Will RETAIL DEALERS
AND
and the committee wns College' who WHOLESALE
unanimous In favor of the commit dresses, the l Mumforil mill daughter Miss
': Doors. Blinds, Paints Oil, lead. Flows Flow Fixtures, Cultivators,
of Sash ,
Slsoo spent Saturday:: even.
ment. Mr. J. F. Comely of I1 lorn- for addresses
Exhibit at Palatka Smooth 'Wire,
\ this city the guests of .Mrs Iron, Hteel Barbed Wire
home was placed/ In charge of the iunrrlu.of De Robinson. Wire Netting, Staples, Tin Hoofing, Cor- Drills. Seeders, Boos, Bakes, Scythes,
patient MI n. guard pending the arrival will sneak on ,
::4r _ \ of of the making. Mr : rugated Boollng, Tarred'Booflng Faper Potato Forks, Shovels Spades
an nrunt nsjluin May lIul Inson of Cres Nails Sewer Pipe Wall Curb. Hnathoa! ? ,
when Mr. Tucker will be taken to nent ..authority City and Carrie Hodges( of Hat- 28th. Roofing

-r Chuttihoocliee fur treatment.Mr. will talk on "I, } were plensant visitors to the Friday February log Chimney' Bllolls Flue., Powder. Wade, Caps''Plok.Ax08, Saws., Cutlery Mill Supplies,

Tucker confesses to occn. lonal prominent. t Saturday. O&rtrldg..i
.ot. Saw Handles, Axe Handles Packing Files Pumps, Babbit Metal,
spells of despondency or melancholia and it
,' present Byam, of Boston and Mr Bake Handles Hoe Handles,
and thinks he needs treatment meeting will
of ( Hammer Handles File Handles, Stoves Plumbago, Woolenware, Tinware, GranIteware .
Germantown .
did \
but he not believe he ought to tended but that 'I'omlkllls.
-1 c be sent to the asylum. Neither did tunable value yt.on..last. Monday, Two Performances Daily 2 and 8 Stove Furnishings' Step Ladders, Cash Lanterns and Burners.
pleasure trip. Drawers.
\
Mra Tucker though on the oceanlo ests of Putnam

; of his last attack she states that, she The J. R. Mellon and family of Remember we carry <<
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thought It the part of prudence to announce a Pa., arrived on Monday p. m.
1 _ seek the protection of nelghbora nil railroads. occupying their winter home The Celebrated O. K. Stoves and Ranges.IN .
: Dr. Steen the examining phys for the-- corner of Kirkland and Km-
clan is positive In his opinion thaI posters will be streets.
,
,. Mr. Tucker should have the asylui I Grand Free Street Parade. OUR STEAM FITTING DEPARTMENTWE :
Knocker. ,J.thletlc club has I
: treatment and that his actions prove
the Mil of for I FULL LINE OFIi1lo
> lading $175 CARRY A
conclusively that. he i Is at times In- :
new equipment for the
At the last lI'ym-1
Bane. of St. Marks ( The goods. are expected the' :tUners Guag s,
The
the ,
en Be was brought to attention -- ------ '
: :: of udge Coxe on petition of E. February 2uth, part of the present week. !
DE3IOIKATIC WAIt mi- '
O. Long O. L. Knight, J. J. (Chnrle. tions were .. Berratt has Just finished set "''V":> 'V"'es, IBtc.

.I' M. M. Robinson and O. II. Ewing, Whereas.lt a 75-acre peach orchard at MARIES.Olllolnl .
of Florahome, God In his wise Mr. *. H. hater of this GRAND OPENING We make a specialty of Sanitary Plumbing and Steam Fitting.
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-I v Those who know of the case Bay from this life .. has. also gone into the grove Call for City Democratic

that Mr. Tucker Is a well Inform d brotherV.. C. and U planting 160 acres. of: l'rlmarl uiul Convention Of Spring I I -

man and possibly the best pOl.tedasriculturn.llst years was near the same village. for 1U02. t 1m Millinery A. E. WILSON, OEO. E. WELCH, T. B. MERRILL
church be it
in the Ih ; I
_k ;' has acquired the reputation colony.of being Resolved, Is on exhibition in one of J. The City! Democratic Primaries. are ? At the Parlors of FBBHIDENT.: Vio PBBBIDBJT: : Gai...

a "kicker" with the company and<1 his try hereby windows a curiosity to requested meet on Monday, March I

_ neighbors., \ He wants things don, death of their visitors In the shape of an Ikl, 1WI2) at 8 p. in., in the several nrs. E. W. White, Putnam National Bank
l right. By Ills system of kicking he their sincere rattleminke. The reptile Wards as pur following notice of the
has secured the enmity of ly in their ; captured. nt Miami, Fla... and City Democratic xecu Live Committee !' .

fe Boys( and young men committed many.II further 6 feet in length, and has 8 for tbe purpose of nominatIng k Third Street, I Of Pals.tk.s.:

nuisance in the school house. The) Resolved and a button. one Alderman from, each Ward 0

even committed the same nninancin resolutions be D. M. Coifinan, after a very except Wards 8,4 and 6, which nominate i I ThursdayAnd
in his wvll., Other have utes of their .. two each; also to select: delegates Putnam and tender all
people may' visit of several weeks in We solicit the accounts of the people throughout County
______ r 1 been willing to submit to the outrage. sent to The to his fninily, left Friday to the City Democratic Convention
) Tucker wasn't Being of a highly family. the for his home In Rockwood. I which meets on Thursday, the courtesies and aooomiaoilatlons consistent with good Banking./

nervous temperament and excitable. W. 5!. !!: While here Mr. Colfman I March (itt, to nominate a Mayor. Friday
he wild threatened REV. I 1st. That the City Democratic ,
got people-am many friends who trust to have
last Friday. got 80 mad that he tore visit our city again next sea- Convention for the purpose of nominating March ,
his clothes. But he hounded to Mayor. and:Kxecutlve Committee a'
was
Died at
: it. Even the and for such other business ns
:i : admits that he's examining had enough physlcla Since the I. L. Elwoud and party ot may be brought before it, shall beheld 6thand'jth.

S cation to drive him crazy. provo- Ha iiiHidn pages .. returned on the yacht Ioo in the City Council chamber on I Empty Kerosene Barrels

; At a late hour last night attorneys spondent has from an extended tlnh Thursday. rch 0th, 11)02) at 8 p. m. / A Cordial invitation
to the headwaters of 2d. 'I'hat the several Wards of the 1
S.' Walter 10[. Davis. .and Fat. 11. Odui countof the ,
appeared before Circuit Court Commissioner Miss Dency C. Johns river. even above lake. City shall hold their Primary meeting is extended to all
S Henry Struuz with a pet noBilay The party had exrellen on Monday, March ad, 11X12) at 8 \Alanted.
:; S. ; o'clock' encountered cool weather. o'clock mr- for the of nom-
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.5 ; tion for a writ of habeas two p. purpose
;S The writ was Issued by the com corpu nils week and four most of the trip. I mating one Alderman from each Ladies to come I Write the

sioner returnable. IU a. in. to-day., HO! years of age. George Cruet who was recent- Ward for the ensuing ye..r..xc..pt.
Wards a 4 and 5 which nominate two And
; so serious at L seeourElegant
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.. yard master In the
and to select to the MONKRIDOE MFO. CO. Palatka Fla.
each Delegates .
age made any of the Plant System at this ,
AVoimm's Fortnightly Club. City Democratic Convention to be
la stroke of to succeed Mr. Geo. W. Das Display.An t
_ S On Friday, February 21, the eleveiith morning was will shortly move his family held Thursday, March 6th 1102, ut @
in Council chamber. The
I death. 8 p. in.,
regular!, meeting of the Wom city from Gainesville. Mr
55 n'a Fortnightly' Club was/ held- Miss has been transferred to the bawls. of representation shall bo one

S k f tbe president in the chair. 'l'Iit- life and her of the local freight ollices of Delegate for each ten Democraticvotes ---
and fraction of four
endeared her or over
uanal amount of business was at. Ordinance
tended to, and plans for work for another and there are polled at 1808 city election.
were started. The chair. who will the heavy rain storm late The representation and places of 1'0 REDTIOE THE: I.ART OP THR MAYOR OF' JUST RECEIVEDNEW FRESH WESTERNAND
year TUB CITY OF PAL&TkA. .
FLOKIDA.Vtnereu
men of all literary committees Rockwell has \ afteroon a portion of the tin Primaries will be na follows:
T wer about twenty of the Palatka High School Ward 1-Hose Co. No. 2 Hall, five a municipal. court, ha. biwn b'roTided '
requested to ascertain the wish 01 for the trial or all oireniei aitAlnnt mennllnniioee .
.and nursed in was damaged' considerably delegates.Ward '' of ..
their members to next year's work the city of pAlntka, wblob .. CHOP OPLandrelh's
S A4 and report same. in writing the lrs. Tuttle and wind bulnir broken from its Engine House, Reid St.. llexee b. mnyoref Mid city from enoh.. duly
/ ex .aiu I whereAS the FLORIDA MEflTSGo
five letlitlAture" the HMM of I
and rolled in delegates.Ward .
.t : eoutIve board March up a heap .. ..,, -
on (6th. PlurldA bAH '"orlzo" .A ro".uolI..r. the.. ..1.
(Subject for, the day. wan. "China. ,. Great leaked III and loosened the Council Chamber three Ary ot Bitch innvi by ordinance' tif. M4ld cltrt 1 Garden Seed
S s and many interesting and to some. causing it to fall in many delegates.Ward and whorean II will require' an additional. eiliendlture to the Palatka City Market.
S : Probably The damage was repaired County Voting Booth of moitity to defray the ezpeueea: of
: unknown facts were related concerning shows seen in aM' muulalpal' courtTheroftro (Wholesale and Retail)
three FOB
4 ,. this far kingdom. The firs by a force of workmen. delegates. be Itordnlned by the city oounul]
away
time will be
Ward 5 Court House three dele. And of tim. of. THOS. HOLDEN
PnlntkAHKOTKIN
mayor oily
e paper' rend by Mrs. Hurt on "Uov We are n machinery for the Palatka gates. 1-That) Imroartor tbe :mayor of the Prop.

_______ .?-, ernment. Army and Navy" told of has some of company's new stave Ward Colored Odd Fellows' city of PointS. Shall receive. .. his' oomnenlia.tlon SPRING PLANTING Sausage: Poultry Ifacon
,
various rulers of the Celestial king acrobats Hastings h..rrlv..d. and will the mini of One hiindreil. ($1M( .OO| Uullnmnor
.;. dom the part they played. In in in few Hull one delegate. annum and tm m..l'o. which flhAll be pali. Hams Etc.
forelg formers on operation a days. Ward 7-Davis' Old Tank Factory by quarterly, tjfcllinentfi. by aald' olty.' l>rovldodt ,
,
_ wars their aversion toward any iitorcourse have won Irowerllin that neighbor-I Lemon Street lour ThlnordliinncOHball I In no ..I.. relate,. 408:) Lemon St. Palatka Fla.
_ with the outside world and Bailey's and use a great many and delegates. to or offset the salary of the present Inoumbentuf At Store ,
Provided either of the above City! Drug
named said oGre during ble preeent tormof omue 'Phone 17.
the consequent difficulties attending!! There will be will now be able to I places cannot be procured the SKO.tt-That nil..,.ordinance. and part. of or ,
_ the opening of their ports. performances the demand. The Hastings! executive committeeman from each dlnanof In conflict with the provlHlon' of (till
.. ..: Miss Flora Hurt's pnper on "The afternoon and l Is a brand of the company's ordlnanc b* and are hereby repealed
E. Stewart.
Ward shall a place for salt Paused In ll. Harry
i Influence of Missions' told of the at Palatka procure open ooimoll this t dar of Fob
bo a. big street meeting. F.! J. }<'EAR1'iS1DE.Chirmun 1_. A. M. 8IBEN
hardships of many missionaries, the the concluNlon of the Kx. Com. A..t'. President 01 city(Uouucti F. C. Corsets
regular City
that Is SI. N. BLAOKWELL
good accomplished by thel Ulork.
... ;. schools hospitals etc., and the unJustness .-W r'f' at the first Baptist. church W. EDW. WATTLES. .:' Sec. [1".11] FRESCRIFTIOXTSCAREFULLY so a 1
i night pastor Stones an Approved li'eb.lt.1n.lm., L.o.STEPHENS: BEAUTIES
A' -i of of the chargeagainst AMERICAN
many $ $
( Si. S 1 ; them. Mrs. Burdette chairman gity J that there would be a NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB Mayor COMPOUNDED I

I of the literary program, told of $ ; ceremony and who that desired those Ti x Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter Registration Notice. W. h....
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A' I the recent war and Its causes. Mrs' remain. Jt la needless to 4888, Lawa of Florida. 0 Ih._ in .11
J.. H. Haughton's article describe. a say The City RexlmraMon, Book will IM a
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--- - all lne l. Then there ell- Notice l Is hereby given that W. 0.Towi open at ON THK BICACM atari* and

S the complex CDnuitlorm which mir The west i Mr.rellu Geo. M.< Dykes, of St.! Au- send t Co., purchaser of Tax CertificateNo. allowing tueUourtHoiiM' day, from.Saturday l a.. m.,March to I )>tat. to..Monday oa the. O Ocean House, 0- -sr5 ..s. ,.ha>p.. to fit

round thin multitude of people the b 1 ig rebuilt.Dr. and Miss Is' in a B. Craig of 1034 dated the 4th day of July. A.. D.. March' Jrdi Satur.lay, Mania nth' t Monday. ) .v.I.v..."....
.. still doubtful issue of the forces March lotbi Bntunlny, Unroll all the lUfaMN" :
S S 'S a'' who forward the lees\ ball filed said certificate itt my lath/ Monday, Open year. toItlOperday. and .".1'7'
work In their kingdom. and the H. C. stepped to Marali llthi Saturday March toiid: Monday. .
4 eg. rail! and were Joined In wed office and has made application for tax March U4tb .and iron' 9 a. ra. to aundown. on CHAS. KUPPERBDSCH! Prop'r. i oorat la.old
pedal need of great tact In nil efforts In the city deed to Issue In accordance with law. Saturday March -Win lw*. und r thlamoat

S that are put forth for their ad- Jack J. !Said certificate embraces. the following B. L.KENNCIILT liberal.

iM vancement. town special services at the First described property situated In Putnam city .Buiorrinur \V rrnt"Money ..
S was In
4 The next regular meeting of the church have been quite County Florida to wit rfundad _

club will be held at the home of Mr Mr. O. Loper attended during the past week Francis Richard Lot Section 40, Town. NOTICE. after

'* Martin Griffin, March 7th when I.. Ing trip down interest teems. to be growing ship 13, Range. 9t1-lOufoacree. New Line ofSfirttVaists four. ....h.*
: .: musical program will be given. A. J. Reamjr has. been oblige The said land being assessed at the
: !Mra. I it a meeting ot the City Council belli, In the trial If eo.... la
Pre R Reporter friends in this in order to fill his appoint- date of the Issuance of such certificateIn Counull Chamber, February nth, isie, tile not tiafoctonr.Loolf. '.' '
J ... at Madison but his place has.. the name of R. O. Cole Eat. Unless Hoard. ojmplvUMl the rnvlHloa o(the City Rfgli
Fred taken Rev. Mr. Buttes of trOt..n .Ho.**,.r..mlI..b the following. ;
Owens aaaio
by said. certificate shall be redeemed accordIng .
The Vacant Cuhlp. weroelrlckeDi .. for this
ed business / who( will preach each to law, tax deed will Issue thereon on WA'II>No. use <(1I-Ar..n.) L A.I & Also Trad. MarK. .onmaid. ,
.. : Cadet G<>0. Hassett returned fromWashington H. C. White this week. By Sunday! It the 10th day ot April A. D., 11HU.: Mark.. ; Curry, A. D i Fox. 1 a. w. o.i JIcDonil.l( Full Assortment of corset.
U o. Boles,
Roberta ..
nVnryi W.
whither ht determined whether not A. Smith.
on Tuesday or
S S Witness official. and seal
., signature :
L this city a short my Jacob; he.a.n, H. It.t Waltara/W.V. and on l>ox.
.. went to see about recalling his resig ( are to be continues this the 25th day of February A. D., WAIDNO 'rW"(, )I-Ando"'t J Pt Summer
S nation from the Naval Academy. at I C. H. Wlgg, the coming week. 1908. tJ.S.1 V""..*, O. P.I OhUe*.J.8.1.| 'orlflln. Wot Hamburg and Swiss ItALAMAZOQCORSET
Annapolis. lint he was too late. Sunday with his Deal JOSEPH PRICE .I. | Ojidwlu. M. M.iorareeJ.W.t, ; Harrloon W.
night at 12 o'clock a raid [ ] U. JoueH Jooeii, L.
i Wm.| li Kalliir, A. U t
The (secretary! of the Navy bad acted Mr. Thomas : made on gambling don on Clerk: It. Ct. of Putnam County Florida. Lavrea. Vitae i Lumpkln, 1"" i Ulla. T, M.I' Embroideries, and CO.,

S upon the resignation. and had no visitor in street the baseball llll .y, Alexi Ren"ld..J. A.I P SbipheaH J. T.I; Sol H. h '.
cepted It. This of course leaves the was a near Smith r. .1., Hlrlpllnj, w. 11I.1| Tn<'ikr,7.' H. Hosiery r
j NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
by Chief Hagan and officers WABD NO.THKKE (D-Onn) Pour; coeruais I It .1. .0o.'Kleb.
Cadetship from this district open Wm. and Tippeus. The result Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter Wm.t Cone;P. L.t Elder,O. U.| Massey. : Just received at p
and a new appointment will be home folks on 11 dusky "rollers of the 4888 Laws of Florida "MltoheiiJ.J.i' MoLiirty. C. A.I .Suow, W.o'i
B.
rnado. Totman O. Kate J C.: Eucar.
day. were very neatly captured Notice l ia hereby given that W. OTownsttnd w s sit No, ( ) 5, FOR SALE BY
S Cadet linsnett has lot of friends in 8'u: :::: : ? :
: Johnnie Sails was run by Arthur Luui- purchaser. of Tax CertificateNo. O.t. B.ilnger. II.i lrJ' ; ; THE a E. BOND COMPANT.When .
Palatka. He l It) one of the brightest! J iCt: II..Ullh"..If.
S several notorious character who 792 dated the 6th of A. D. H.ILump.I..d"B.1 Lumllo .
..L students ever turned out of the pub- spent a day July kI'l' J.E.i Muuor, "' .i .
llu school and. there ia week. up several times before for 1891, has filed said certificate In my office tutoico 4. 4., stewart. M. W.u Smith: &. J.i:
general regret of a like nature. The offend- and has made for tax deet Stile, .5. K.1 South a.J.u smith 'i'
application
that he has seen fit to resign the Richard F. cash. bond of each for WolsilNo.; FIVIt-43isod( ) :, : : Cha.;; 11'1'1.' .... 1'. Harness Wagonsand
a $5 to Issue in accordance with law Said
up D.t H."hlOn s.i. .
JnokiooOua.1,
bright career which wee opening for Jolty J..w.i,
pointed a notary
him appearance In the municipal certificate embraces. the following described Ln.... .. Ui, toore. W. '., "Mutton' W. ul.1 Hel. it comes to
in the The
,4 ... regrets it himself navy. now, but young unfortunately man- at large. I II on Monday morning. and fall- property situated In Putnam eel eon'U.A.: ::: ::.'1'd: : 4.ar Bt: Bai.,:,(,tiut..U.1, Bu.. BuggiesFor
dose the bonds forfeitedMilliuery .
It Is too late. I Mr. Stephen were County. Florida to wit: \ ann H >.Slxll-Anwlel(' ) Beni AII a4>r,
J was. a business. ... t lot. in Francis Richard Ort. Section P.nl.h.. Audio: *m.i Ann:: Boom --Bamle,
The News is Informed that letter Sale close prices.
a at HMERVVIN TABLE
Saturday. 40, Township 13. Range 26.,-630 acres. I S i OurainliiKx, W. u.i Do.lor. a. D.> u"id| SUPPLIES
baa been received in this city In Burnt' DavUh U a.| EoueoNt rre'inanT'"N T
Opening
Lemon St.
which it Is stated that Willie Cal- MI.s Louise Said land being assessed at the date tini reaeler.: : Win.I i Uoi.:1 liun. r: : :I.:::*. ,
Kate L. Lucas will give her of tbe Issuance of such certificate In the .Mam, .i Orine..Blhcrdt. | Or. Bryan", Bar.rIutn .
houn of Hon. li. P. IM
Calhoun
son Jacksonville to
'S. t name' of Ex. of Richard Ort. Unless.. said. : ., Slepheni. Holley' I. w't' ..., ".. p.5 O. fcoma BAILBT. CHAS. H.RII.I.IABD We have an Idea that we oan please
minted the !
for vacant cadetship, laughton. Spring opening of Millinery Jnkln, Wui i Jaukou.J niai Jnaa. u; ranl
S Willie Calhoun stood second in the certificate shall be redeemed according to lust L......., Wm, Luna. W. 1.M.| ....., Alex.i' you and not at the tim:
( same
class of The steamer Goods on the following law, tax deed will "Issue thereon on the. MungBii. /B m. Mo.i'e. Jobai' 11"ln.Job., ."; onoeoewiariljr -

ined for young West men Point.recently He l la exam studious passengers! on its Friday and Saturday, March 10th day of April A. D., IOCS.Witness Patient Mlddleum:,t, Edward, 'tim;;Seioon J'rareon.' M. A H.i l.i UqiMnd rlpkln;\ Li: 11. .IOPER BAillY & CO. deplete your exchequer

stands high in the estimationof waha Tuesday. 15th. A cordial Invitation my official signature and sealLhiethe2iihdeyofFebruary Itoblnvon' David I llli.bard* J. B.I .....nd..... To

our people and it Is freely The to the ladles of Palatka A. D. 1902 rnomat: .; amltb: A.,U.;; Stanley, \ 'W t.. '.'J'W..hlnRt. J'-: :: supply
predicted Tampa [Seal) JOSEPH FIIICE, ii.i i Sprad, M i Uooixn, J. U.i I : ;:; Fire Insurance
that in case he ia appointed arranging. for county to visit the store .' <>.I1'2LS"ll.nJ''l"'w', _....._ :
be will reflect credit the mate.Later beer In Palatka.. Clerk Circuit Court Putnam Co.. }Florida WASh ( ,, .
upon above dates. oB'=:t" 7.tA--w.:: '
;
.. 'BraU-
4 S -Ulnce, writing the above the icr, L.r ; ., Leading American and Wholesome Edibles!
.1. S. Courier -S p An Ordinance It"/W'L'' '' 8m..o. .B.I; Bnuualt' V e.\. con, Foreign
It News has learned that the .
appointment l.t A. J carroll, I.i (tertoll,.n. P.I,
Uhl..il
e' of Willie Calhoun. ] took placi' ,tesday.. RENT-At Welaka a pleas/ TO PROVIDE TIMES FOB HOt.DPHt ItKO U"ujr. .1 Foster M 1.i ....1.1', -D. LI
.f Boon after Ueorge HaR ett's reslgnn' led by his family.County ( cottage with kitchen T10NH INTnsUuiYCwPALATKA rout THE Howh.r.... ,..o. P.I, OriOn, Honrn r.euI. ;We,1' Companies. at moderate cost Is our ambition in
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O .
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5. room. Apply box 83. ELECTION OK ALL airy OKKlCIALd. TUB D W.I Oujr, 1 P.1 i t1roomgJ, ET, 0cm.
:2 tlon and before it wait known In Judge 1<.1.... tf CITY OP PAl.ATKA rLOR1DA. ble, J.Ti' "ud"."'> Joe"' Hua-itiiia. *.B.I, Button Accident Insurance: Wo. The tore la literally filled with
; the P. L., H.l.lhlu. u., Hanouok, .
4 t Washington that latter young Cove Springs::! Da ft ordained' br the city' council and the D. I.I Maims!
B. H U ,
Hogan W.
;I, man regretted his action. to the city on -Bright men and wo mayor of,lh oltr. of Pnlatka, Florlilai, 'tun, .i..1.i U..bll".n.1 II....,, J.B.a\i, U.m. The Travelers of Rood things.GOOD .
HKcnitiH' t t-Tbstihe line Tuesday after' the H.rlllI.1'.B'j .Hartford.
f' .
Jam..i ioS
in each n. ]., )
us county" ,
Miss Jennie represent first :MonilAyol April n( each anil : :
every year :
Jeinea t Jnbna, Z.t John. L. : :
i-i"S. in liall IM 1 aliMUon of | W.i KneuC A. HI S TEA and COFFEE.
Olten JMeetiiiff. spent several .. tills state. Good pay a, tionaral. : (lr aalil.city: Ortbe.Icliu Mnnuur, I S. ILl UnrUio, J. u > Jor.r Life
: 1 n deli city offlafnla' far Id oily olPalnlka .: ; Insurance
:
employment to right jnmlKKk, H O| NeVborryJhui OcSlnV: g.:,
week, the guest ..10.- eltMjtlnn, require. .a v.1s of the ... W
The regular monthly meeting Lol Poster.J. L GOOD
S : .: open SOUTHBBN!( PUBLISHING ,iUHlllltHl. 0lttcw>ra of Mill city at a gentirnl. .1..... ; tfobinsn e W.t, Rae- BUTTER
.. S given. by the Woman's Fort- A. W. Strange 215 West Jlldg. Jackson- lion,at whloh 11m.each.1........".shall. be held send usher.,4. 0., Htioiiy J. H I..Tad"81.1.1I..1, row.. The Old Reliable "Gertnania ,
nightly Club last Tuesday afternoon nice residence on Fla. In....i. by acid. oily a. provided' by ordinance Tb.nsac. Androwrrliweli: uiOb:, :' W15g,I 1.;H.:, Wsbhor': 1.Jme.i, Finest of HAM and BACON.
vas of special interest anti Impor Wilson of Tampa uf mid oltr.Siul Any person 10.." .
_
: ,*..'Ibntat the flrat regular meeting.. ofthe "* o..me may have D Life" of New York.
4 tance. The papers which were. read of wrongfully or nrronooiiiily" .Irluk** from said
: olty oouuall said elry after each genera! ,
OF ..
full APPLICATION FOB Hea-liilratlon Book per above ll.i,who .h.ll We deliver to
were nnd. forcible and furnished er.th'o. leotlun' of said oily' a. adirtMald the Mild oily' within goods any partof
-Ime aot I .
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than >
54 ** ten d.
Zehnbar Dee Under Section 8 of Chapter r* she
oounollehall to elect oil
.5 proooed ofllolalN
:, material for a great deal of thought. city day of* ..,lIon to b* held. In lha ri'yoa she Marine Insurance:
nth
S' 4 About twenty-five ladles were present F. E. C. Railway Laws of Florida. of Mtdcltyoounell salI OiLy, WIHMM' under elootlna the lawor.le required nrillnanoeeol In. be by dar of April' neat, on... uoh. tact" appear. to she the City. .

t"S .: but It was regretted that many was seen on our is hereby given that Mrs. UT. aid In Ibeevouttnldolty' oounullebimld lUl'.d'lo'havS'hl"' '. OIly' Council ".II'' be .". The
S 4 times that number did not ACC..ptthe day. purchaser of Tax Certificate fall to ta euob sKy omolnlN,or any of tb>inateald 0"0. Ae reo'urod to the Iteglestrahion Leadimg Companies.
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_ Invitation to hear the articles Mr. J. J. dated flue 3Pd day of July, A. tb.?ehall nret. adjourn" .I..r....mtmunif..m dar to of dAy.Mid until council such 'l'b. city Council will meet on Ib. Third. All L. C.
S elected for the afternoon. Each Ala., has been in ) has filed said certificate In my olalnle eliAll. nave been. duly. etneted.sio. s.f Tue rlorlac'day In lSerohstTsup.the m..,lor tbe purpoM Claims Promptly Stephens$
(
k' .warns. : gem in itself. "The Passion few days the : baa made application for tax ..d--That All ordinance. And parse' of or* have been erroneounly name.stricken o .jaraun. Which ,

,:: Play at Oberammergau"\ written by trees. IHSUS. la accordance with law.. dlnanmeln* ba conflict And are wltli hereby the ropealed.l's.e.d provlHloneof' tblaordluAnu JI>/ elder 01 Uuoounoll.February Settled.

p. 't Mrs.W. W. Cummer of JackionvllU oate embraces the following I. opec council this Kiel day of P.b.isu. liwil.4. ... <1&.L..CIII'. '01_".
,SS was read by Mrs. J. II. Haughton Washington's. property situated In Putnam A. M. screw, it, Offloe. 98 Front 8L, PAI.ATKA.. Fat Kirby and Morris Sts.

'Heredity"* by Mrs. W. II. Felton : t-was observed. Florida, to wit Attest J. M.i BLACIWEIJ PreelilAnt,Clerk Olty Cuunoll"

45 .,f CartersTllle Oa., was read by losing of tbe Lot It Towlee Sub DIv. Dray- I-I!
'S Mrs. B. B. Bass and "Hygiene of dice.. Section 89, Township 13, Approved, Veb.Und late I.. 0.1'1'"'HElIS. FOR SAL'E.Desirabfe

S Schools" by Dr. M. Belchard was Miss Anna 38-5 acre! Maor.EXECVTOU'S European Restaurant

I read by Miss Dunn. n't' Mrs. Stanton land being assessed at tbe For Sale.
These meetings are held In the Interest Ill i I. were vJ the issuance of such certificate SALE OF LAND residence property

1'l of the home and the school nec lay. \ of A..A.Wllltue,. Unless laid AT AUCTION.To in P"latka, situated on the corner Furnished Roooms. ,One..lot on upper Lemon
_ and all ladles of the town are Invit- shall be redeemed according
ed to attend. At the close of the Wm. Shields tax deed ..l11ls.ue thereon on the be arid at nubile auction. In* f..ont of ti.pu..t of River and Dodge Sta., Hot and Cold Baths street, 50 feet front. 150 feet
S ortlov I In Inmcont City' March "tte afc 10
program an Informal tea was' served Mr. Shields:: Is of April. A. D. 1909. .a. m. foronen to tu*ht"ti....it bidder. at ....... two; hundred feet Square} river deep with two buildings on
_ and half an hour was spent la general the A. V. W. l my offlolal signature and seal uf .land with boluw.oiil'bullilliige. and oranx AtROBERT
Iota in -
oonyel1lationJom. SBth day of February. A. D. 11)07) \:: .row.. In Section HI, Township iL' Kani :54Ala front. Inquire\ of the property> In business section
onville. > '10 uor.of land In Swillon" II', Township
I
-S ( ] JOSEPH PRICE. il. Hattge MH, "both being part of the HlKffun' owner, Mrs. J. Hallock Drake.188rd of
::::: city next to the
Prof. B. A. Court Putnam Co. Florida. : Grainger
Mrs. D. M. Cotfman and daughter bothatn treat and belougiuM M the estate ofairab JAMES' I
Mra. S.) B. Leeper accompanied by 'ator and pre Feb. 27 JhiUel,deoeaMKl. St. and 3rd Aye, New stand. writ

Master Frank and MittS Maud returned University of lulu tna .day ol Jan A. D fail.tip. York or Henry Strunz Apply toor
Thursday from Daytona af- leoted to arrive Honey' aad Tar. .._ th. oonvb. tt. MAt7WbE5jf ; ..(Suooaiaor to; Cb* .Xupparbuaoh: )

t er a few clay', sojourn on the bench.S Iras this week ,>..cluck....',Drug ol la mon.trlpp". II Bests tie ,JanHMl U. Cuwawe.iauouwrs; Pahtka Y'a' .t.LATIIA, I'J.OawA. SILAS SMITH

:: cousin, Mra Oeo. Box T3 ra4tka, Th..

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