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 Material Information
Title: The Palatka weekly advertiser
Portion of title: Palatka advertiser
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: March 6, 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 )
 Notes
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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I. THE P ALA TKA NEWS ,,;' ', : .








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NEW SERIES VOL. X, NO, 9. PALATKA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY,. MARCH 6, 1902. $1. Per Year. 4



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World's News of the Week.Put FLORIDA APPROPRIATIONS.Ittvor "1


: ONE-THIRD OFF art Harbor lilll of Coi T Statistics ot 1 J!
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gross CurrloH For Florida.#2,125OO $ 1 Prince fienry. '


up in Small Doses for Those The new river and harbor bill was L
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4 OUST: ::::: .. ..:: :...: :... Who Want Their Facts Boiled.- completed in; congl'eRl1lst Saturday. lie won born on August 14, 1803, at .

'The amounts appropriated for Florlla Potsdam. .,,

; -- -- arc as follows: He went Into the royal( navy whileA

Heavy Weight Clothing The New Jersey ammmbly after a : Lldell Chillis, a 12-year-old Cov- Harbors-Key West improving buy.Before he wax 20 he had twice circumnavigated

loner and humorous clebnte, ling punned ngton, Qa., boy Buttering from hydrophobia entrance hII'bor. (100,0110; dredge ; the globe.
t ;
the bill.Rqunds has been taken to Atlan-
mosquito exterminating ,
24 18$8 to
for river and harbor improvements He was married on May ,

of minute men have been tit for the Pasteur treatment. The In Florida $3ls! ( <>0 Hillsboro bay Princess Louise of HesseDarmstadt.In .
I ordered at; Wetumkii. U. T. to boy was bitten by a dog two yours, ; 18U7 he wan dispatched to tekecommand
Will be. the order in this store from this date until tect tho town from the Crazy, BiiaUeIndians. pro/ but rabies did not become manifest .,,1,01! ) (( > ; Apalachicola bar, '10,< (; of the China 8t.tOI. and .

intll Weduendny. He was out hunt Pels"coJR. ) ( ) before made his \

further notice. Andrew donated hog will bin bllher when su Blvers-St.220MI.Johns, $:ir ()) and in the course leaving of which he acc.ltiIineJhis { '
_ Carnefrie has he was violent convulsions the
$11mo) ) ( ) and Liouln H. Severance, of { and began to froth at tho contInuing{ contract $1)60,0(5)) ( ); Bt. whole brother civilized In such world language astounded.that

Cleveland, $50,(>tH) for rebuilding the mouth. Johns at Orange Mills flats, $noo; he received w.t face to face
In 180H
was
We are going to unload our: winter clothing, and Woonter, .., university.leglnliture. The remains of Dr. Daniel Schul- for the removal of water hyacinths by the empress dowager o/ China{


to do this we have made the above slash. It's a bona Daughters of 1812 for recently. The had made I request $2,000; KlHsimmee river $8,000; seen her and lved. the
the appropriation $100,01( ) to aid lathe hat his ashes be taken to his After Ih.battle bay

fide cut to make it inducement for renovation of the Conat- boyhood home in Montgomery county Caloosahatchee Orange River and conduct of his fleet nearly JreclPI- f
big
so as an any tuti on. New York where his wife was Charlotte Harbor $9COO; IRrRHoto. tated war between the

burled one-fourth to be sprinkled .O(( ); Manatee river, $7,000 survey and Germany.
The American consul at Liverpool ;
to. clothing for next winter though
prudent man buy been supplied with information on her grave, one-fourth over the Charlotte harbor to Punta Oorda At an International naval banquet

look if he have ofopportunity h.1 by[ the police as to the variety of >ath to Ills, old school house, one- dock line; Anclote, ($6,01( ); Crystal at Hong Kong the name spring he
to would the United
t it begins now as plenty gol3 brick frauds by burl h at hitt old home and one- omitted to toast "tahes.
In AmerlolU fourth shot out of a gun at the old rIver, ,10.((); Withlacoochee (mouth) Admiral Dewey left the
swindlers
England.
_ to wear it this season. on people lomestead. 10,000, ; Buwannee river $ ,OOO; Car- hall. Subsequently Prince Henry

The British Phaeton In to Dewey.
steamship E. L. Ooctkln formerly editor of abelle, $20,000; Kscambla river apologized person
which left Puget sound to search for He in vice admiral in the Herman
A part of our spring purchases will be shipped this week. A car load of it the missing; sloop of war Condor has hn; New York Evening Post, writing $r,000; Choctawhatchle $16,000; Up- navy.
the Westminister Uazette with
arrived at Honolulu without having to; ,ler Chipola $ ; Apalachicola Sitice 181)2) he has seen more continuous -
will be here in a short time. We must have Room for it : hence the unpreced- reference to Chltmberl.ln.colonl,1 2,6
the lost vessel. Joseph In iid- service than high ofllclal !
found any trace of rIver, $7,01; dredge $a ,() sea any \
when Mr.
; Winter secretary, says .
ented cut in clothing.
prices on In the German
dillon( to $: already appropriated navy.
Dr. and Mrs. Hiram \V. Thomas Jhamberlaln deserted the liberals, :1,01 He is nix feet and a belt Inch tall.
the former probably the best-known he, Uodkln asked Mr. Gladstone, for use of the whole state. The 1 I
He about 1
Shoes for TWen and Boys. divine In Chicago, wan refused piws- through .correspondent, for Information iggregate for Florida Is a little over He Is weighs always In !pink pounds.of physical -
ports to visit{ the South African concentration anent Chamberlain. (Hadatone'K '
two million dollars. An earnest effort condition, and hag not an ounce
have laid in stock of Shoes for and that cannot be match- camps by Secretary Hay. reply was: "Chamberlln Is of fat his frame.
We
., a men boys th': first politician we have had of will be made In the senate to upon beard and

ed.for Style, Durability and Price. Let us show you our up-to-date Shoes. the Announcement management has of been tho Delaware made by, the American type and he Is destined take; care of Blscnyne bay, and if this{ mustache.He wears a The light mustache brown he allows

L.ckawuVeHtern .Ry., that I to give .great deal of trouble. done It Is understood that the to grow naturally, and he wil nob

I pension system was placed In etfect A mysterious patent at' the Kan- house will acquiesce. Surveys are have barbtvrsplaying with it theydo

_..: Fearnsicte & CO. :Ia atka: March 1 for the benefit of employes. kak..e. 111., Il asylum has beenIdentified agreed upon for the Hillsboro river with his imperial brother's.His .
trimmed to
Miss Rosa McDonald a beard Is a point.
The house of representatives of theOhio member of IH a prominent Boston fam- and bay Manatee river, Estero river His eyes are blue and clear. He

legislature ban placed Itself on ly. She had been engaged to a retired G.p..raln sound to( Englewood does not wear glasses.

-- n__ ______ n__ record 1U being In favor of electing direct millionaire merchant Boston, Mackwater{ bay upper St. Johns. He II extraordinarily full blooded \
the United States senators by
ok
AnOrdluanceZT4BLIH1NG or for fntluro to pay antis may be employed Notice. but they were separated through the for he can stand for hours In a suit
Registration vote of the vote of 73 to
by the direction of the mayor ai labor upon the people by a connivance of his relatives. She dis -es a- wet clothes In a bitterwind and experience 1-:

_ I A MUNICIPAL COTTBT IS THE streets or pub Ho works. ot the city. The City HoglHtratlon Books will' be open attheUouri 23. Ito then married another no ill result.
IN FLOUIDA.Mlcftnopy .
OP AND 1'HOVIDIN<1Be BKO. 1. -The munlolpal' /judge shall hare lluuse from S.. m. to I the appeared. GOINGS ON j1
p. m. on
lBB a.l'ALATU. power to pardon. or remit any fine I.po.eelb Following/ dfeysi Huturday March luti Monday, Arthur Eagan, the 17-year-old wUI.n. Early lust December she Even In the ballroom of the Imperial I
J it ordaloed b,the Mayor and oUy council him' In whole or 'In part when In his /Judtfmuut Marti ardi Haturtlay, March lIlt' i Monday, Chicago boy who has saved 27 lives entered the convent of the Poor palace at Berlin he walks with .,

f I Of tbe oily ot falattat and .auoh,pardon or for tho or remiHBlni Interest ot would the oily.SKC. bo. Just Starch lothf Bitturdny. March lAtbi Mouilay. (In Lake Michigan, has been presented Chirps in Chicago, where she broke Is to have a new two the rolling swagger of a sailor. Directions \

"r HrumoN I-That a municipal' court, :. and Ulittreby : proper. 14-The muuiutpal' bode is .hereby autlinrlaed March March "Wth l7thp and| Saturday from ,9 March a\, m. to k3nd sundown; Mnnday on, with a medal awarded by the down.A story brick store. from the emperor on this '
established lu and for the oily of \
and empowered by Ul mandato, warrunt Humane of London have effect him.
no upon
Kalalka, Klorl' 'la. fur the trial ot all" offenses Saturday March iwtli IIKM.B. Royal society The sporting season for game Inflorlda point
olhor dlreuUHl-to tile chlnf ofmilloe
; or procnas L. KENNERLV, new stamp particularly designed { tanned from long
Ills{ face deeply ;
7 agaiiiat' the municipal ordinance.* of eaid olty.i or other police' oitioera ut said oily to Eng. I came to an end last Friday.The .
, The Judga of aalil ouurt ahalt b.{titrated by the bave brought* before him forthwIth, any personor our BupervUor' for foreign lutl service, Is to be years at sea.
I olty oowuolt-of aald' olty scull' year aattoou after poraoutt charged on oath with a breach of Rev. J. B. Bhelo'n, the Kansas issued soon Ind will be used for brick{ work has been completed His hands are coarse and red and !
, ,. I any general election' t">f said ally aa practicable.I the orUtnimues, and bo''Is tutborlieJ to re had religious In de .
I .. term of onto: shall, beuueyvar: :and until city novelst-preacher. regesterlnj foreign letters. on the south wing of the capital his nails kept short for the same r..a
quire by usual prooosa known to Courts, the In tile public .
B lila uiMHMHor ehall have been elected and qual- attendance ..ltll....., to axlmlnlMter. oaths, NOTICE. It wIl be thirteen c..ntl building at Tallahassee.Vegetable son.
( Jneil. Any quallDed elector aald oltyt 'W80- to luiulre' or 'Ittto the truth or schools of Topeka. Now a worthy .nd will of President converaationol tone la clear
t tyone years of age, who' baa a guod: itiorakeIi.r.corand ot Much charIot :::lno'dntormlaa.: from .:..I..Ir. citizen his begun suit to overturn the Harrison portrai hits desk. growers throughout( the HI.
? ooiupotent, to discharge nuobf donoe the guilt or lunotttmoa .f the "", u".8d.all" state can almost see their truck grow ant hearty.
,. At a moating oflhe oily Council hol eleuttou said 0th s stamp has
duties ahall I be elglule: : to to liz the penalty within" the Ilintu' preiwrlbed The since the rains of last week. singing{ he a .
( Chamber" Vebruary lilt, lWi.) lImo
'J'h.JUdE. of.atdo.urtch.ii reuulve a aalary the tile and to Edward Butler St. most obviate tho use of two for
by ordinances of oltj, onforoo ot kegi. stamps bass voice.
9i>ard inploted the rnvlslun the Oily
f of buntlred dollara an lila Jonil's
two year compen.laatlvn.
c 4, whlub shall be per paid by eald. diy by 'bm.HKO. ift...-.Wltneise*, who" may be subpoenaed trIllion 'IMniitts. front which the following nameswere prominent; democratic has registering foreign letters, the lOSt Oov. Jennings has troubles of his Unlike the great majority of royalties

i 3 .... payment Bald Judge may oonveueI In behalf. ot tbe olty shell receive auoh oorapensatlon oIrlo...., been Indicted by the February grand age rate being five cents an own. He owns an orange grove( at he made a love match. Bismarck -
'j 'or open aald muulolpal' court at ntueociook. a. aa provided by law for wltnoatwe In Jus- .WAiiDNu. OMB (l)-Artetwm\V., L A.I. Boylo.Marki Jury| for attemped bribery in connection registration fee being eight cents. Anew Ultra, and he visited it last week.Abner opposed the princess whom be
,
i ....ot each day (Hunday xoepunl) at the oily Curry, A. D.. I'U& U. C.I| MuDotmld
ft eouncll chamber.*of ...1.1 City or at such place.I LIce peace shall courts moIre I no of the mlleago..state of Tbeolerli Phirlda: ,oxoupttboy of eald.oourt M. U. Nelson. H nryt ::::--W"'T:: : A. Smith, with the city garbage reduction postal card bearing the portrli McKinley brother of the selected, out he said he () remain -
I may be designated. by said oily oouuull, for shall receive aa his oompeusatlon fur Jnoobi Wesrwtn. U. N.j contract. of President McKinley a bachelor( forever if he weredenied.
i the purpoueol hearing all oomplalute agalimtI WAai>No. Two (3)-Andersou' J. P.I t Adams. be distributed the late president spending the winter
, sUch services' aa he mayreudortberoln Uieaum shortly among He had his
,. Ohilis J. Or 101 John A. Bingham a member of way.
I. penou or permit. fur the violation ot any mouth.MKO. I S. duties 0. P.t H.s n, Win." at and Maultee river towns.
, I ordinance .r ordinances of said cU,. and all of live. 10 dollars'-IhiM per all ordluanoea au'1 parts of ordlnatiovs b i Godwin M. M.tOravois I.W.. Harrison' W. thc New York Produce Exchange, is post olce". 'Tampa He has been a loving and faithful

, |audi o.....shell he tried' by saW Judge or per. Inooutllot with the |trOiioo: of thisorilluauoe H.i JOUBH. Wm.| hopes..L.D.j; Kellar;,, A. H.ILayton. dead at Calvana, (South Africa, fi'om Robert Ridley of Wllksbarre, Pa., The sheriff of Escambla county husband. Though the multitudinous
Bile
Jnei T.
.
(111154 LumpklnH. M.I
., ;
.0e. Faou un..n lila plaoo.n a summary mmnei. be and are bnreby retwalediOpeaoouuuUthlaai.it IIlIe1I.. wounds received In battle on Feb. 6. of his has seized a lot of Inferior cottonseed temptations incident to combination -
t la of ctuiieco,abMenoe or 01"ber dlaabllltyto of Fob.A ; IIero..ld..l.l l A.I Btepbrtiirt. J. T.i, WIllS arrested upon complaint
{ = the municipal Judge them tyoroi aald IWU.Pd ''n M.day BTEKN!: SmIth. V. J.i. Htrliiiing'" W. M.( Tucker, .. H. He had attained the rank of captain wife who( said\ that when he en me which did not bear the official of Boa life and royalty have .

,' oily aball appoint" a oumpuumt por*<>.. to act... Attest t Prtjnldout' of Oily Cuunoll.N. WAUD Ho.TURkS(i>-Oone. Petttrt Uoverdala, In the British army. to bed he placed his cold foet against inspection tax tag. been thrown la hU{ way, he baa ;
.
tauoh Judge, and the mayor ehall bare power "to.tappolntauoh .DL"CKWBLL Olerk. Wm.i hone, P. L i Kldnr, O, H-i Manucy, V. J. them off. No breath of
_ oompatent person: toaotln plai'u (Mcdiipprove'l J MlUthell, J.J.i, MuLarty, C. A.j ShOw. W.O.j Two more hotels will be construct- her back and when she protested There were B.B67 births and 8,086( Ilghet tainted his name.lie .
8 ol said Judge and the persoa. aoappolnted. shallhave ; .. Totman B.O. ticked her out of bed and would not 1st to SO"ldII has ever
Pebtynmi 11101I. L.G.8EPEENV leitths In from June *
f power Suit authority, to liolu vuoh oourulaud .... Will> No. Foils J (*)-Ailams. O. B.t hoer, A. by the Yellowstone Park Transportation trouble occurred 'Iorhln was a dutiful the favorite -
: '0. Ho 0. Onrwood, U. Ik ofllclals let her return. The Jucember 81st IDOl according to report lon
Shall be veeteti wIth llktt power ot aald U.t linger a.i | Oranberrv Co. According to the father who left him the built >!:
of the
r munlolpal Judge.A J. U.i: Unughton, M. H.,LflIOI>"'''..a,B.I Lump the recordbreakingtravel it 8 o'clock In the morning lust after of the state health ottlee. ,
Una.i*-All persons tried In BAld. court Who lluHJ.B.t: Munger A. Muuuoe Ooo. K.i of company, a he came home, and at daylight she of his private{ fortune. aHe
_ _3 Shall be a.."Hulte of tile. Offenae* charged An OrdinanceTO Qulnlan' J. J-i Htewart.IIj.; W.j, Hinltb, E. J.i:: Is predicted for this season lad him Aid. Donohue The annual birth rate In Florida a devoted fltherl making it i"
_ S against tlieiu tthall at once be dlauharged.. All ttlllv' J. K. BmlthU. J.i SmIth T.N.WAltON. hundreds of tourists having already arrolted. of his lighten the ,M
F perenna ooovluunl. by vald court Shall turtbwltb ( PROVIDE TIM EH FOB HaLT>IV(} ELEO ;:. VtVCi-Ohiltd, Cuas ttwttt\ ft sent him to( jail for 2 days and said In 1WI1 per thousand population an object of
1 pay all anea cud ovate c..oeeed agulUMt hem, 'TION8 INTHUCirVCF PALATKA FUrt TUB!: D.. Haughton,M.| Jackson. Ous.i; Jolly, J.W.i engaged transportation.Great the punishment mild for the wns 20.011. The death rate per thousand burden of his eldest son, Waldemar,
_ a iu default. whereof they may be oommittud.PYrovldedt ELhO riOSUF ALL Ol'TV OKF1U1ALS OJf TUfiU1TY Lucas, J. E.t Moore W. m., Mtntou.. W. I .1( Not-' danger) apprehended from of the offense.. Tlie wife, of population was 10. who la deaf and dumb.
enormity
. OF PA IK A t'LOIUD. B. Pamers. J. M. A. M. Hue
. < That If such peraou shall appeal LA son,A. | | Frultt | and
.. three day from the Judgment of the Be It ordained. by the city munch and the del U.: A.i. SmIth, Bdward i; Saute,Jobo.I&IBD the Immense gorgns of Ice In the Allegheny hiding her husband had to go to Jail, Naiad{ of the Chat He drlnk beer wine spirits, 4"
.", they abatl..... upon entering Into mayor of ibeulty of.............Florida. N' ,>."'s (ti)-Amatar, Bent, AleXtuder, and Monnngehala rivers. tried to withdraw the case, but the The steamer but never to excess.
withB(od and auOlulentaurely, .In double KIllJIIIN 1-Tbat the drat Tuesday after the PaulMhi' Austin, Wm. Ash, Scott Uainles, a, The In the Allegheny alderman obdurate. toochee river line was sunk at He smokes cigars and pipes, beth
..... B Uummliiga, W. M. Do.l. O. 1>. Pavld.Blpoi ,< gorge .xtendl was
amount of 00..01. aMMmtedagalunt Brut Mourtnyof April' of each and every :year I rt | ilountstown last week. There were :,
....,oondltloned to appear bofure the court to ball be agouorai oleotlon dayofi cold city fur Davis' U. R.. ".....O. N., Freeman Nol- without a break from Plttsburg fully 0 board but all not cigarettes.
the ea..la appealed. Slid to abide by and theelooilouof all city oOlolali:' for the city: oftalntka snut, Veaster, Wm.| "OtKxisun Wyllesi limbs, 70 miles up the river, and varies In I BKPOBT OF TUB CONDITION. OF TUB ninny passengers on He plays o. rd.for money, but never -
perform tbe ludgomeut' thereof. wboae eloftion requlrMa v to of thoqualltled Ad..",., Orlmes, Richard. Hut I-The olvrkut. the city onuocll shall be electors of said. oily al a gnneral elno rington.BtPphent: Uulloy, J. w.i James, J. F.| Jr)1 FOTNAM. NATIONAL BANK, PALATKA FLA. their immediate
.o'er"' uf the oily court, and shall .keep a tli>ntat which' 1110' ...o".lcotlo".1I beheld Jenkins, Wm.i Jucluwn.James i Jnuas, Muroel T. Davis and associates have Bev. Mr. Warren Methodist Episcopal beyond
* .' upon whlali shall bo Colored all ......... Iu cud by ahl cIty aa bruvia..dby: ordluauuuaof ust, Lucas, Wm.i 1.11., ..... W. I.. Means, ..I...| John At Palalka, In the State of Florida' .at itoulose pastor at Orange City fell and means. i
Moore' Molnt sb, JohoiMIddleloii discovered a mountain of arsenic Ina of busIness' Feb. xt, 1WJ.. Not
.... In atd court Said. douket shall abnw sitld 011,. Mungen Ham Jobni while In regula- He Is not extravagant. ev..n
..... ..).....rt.. lb........ the style of each NW.y-Tbsat. the first regvlai1 meeting of .. 'lliu: Nelson M. A.i "oL.a""f Wi,,.f range GO miles southeast of Taooma, BESO VIICES. broke a rib engaged will be In his youth when ,his allowance was
the nature ol tba offanee, the judgment tin*olty oounoil of said oily after, snob general I'atteut, Edward Poitrson, H. ; L.| Wash. This Is claimed to be the tAng the church clock.
: : Koblnaon, Davltl BlchardH t. E.: BnundHre: Loans aid< ... ........$M>,111! MUvertraftseeOored comparatively did he run Into -
: the oourt the amount of the fluee cud coma, eluotlou hlf' aforesaid ills nld oltycouncil ; Dlo... aid up for some time'liturnauts IImal
..aaUataotloa of the Judgment, whether by shall; lt..r::: :t-i elect lit city offlolaU 'rbomawi, Smith A. U.i ttUtntey. E. L.| Bullum, first important body of arsenic ever nniwMiuretl., Hla IIIit. debt. 'J
": ":$ nnenand .omaor ooiiitr-.LU.IT or by of said. city wtione alootltm IB required. ill "be b, X.. Booed, ror.. Wootun J. K.| Whlto. JosephWashlugton. ['found \la America. The supply heretofore r. B.UuiiUB ..scours olruuliitloQ. ...... 1J wo) ooHbx.k4 Judge J. B. of Tampa hllu.h. HI. name Albert William Henry 1
(WUanblnif 'Val
rtloa or, remlBMlon: ot the oily Judge.: The saM city council ,,".htr'be lawor ordinances' Oen.t Viashlngtou, W.L. has come from Cornwall. The securItieS,. ,via ... uMNl ._ .. _. '. .>
.. "t ball also bow Ihe Dah... off the wit- soil ally in tart eventnald olljr oouuull itbiiulUfall WAIID NI). VOCal (T> Ambrose, W. T.( Butor haunt furnltureanil D&.r. l.ttOO 0 1110 .um" handIVIVflObe Hohenzollern.
... h.P IlaBioU.,.J. U.I; Haes, VVarroui Brndoy. United Htates now Import nearly,- banks. (not reserve a candidate for the supreme admiral and chiefof
e ea .....'.0001 In .b oane au4 tile date oti to shot such oily omelets or any of them f iu.-'r'>N.Uual .. .. His rank: Vice
.
i appeal graiited. alsaldOfBt regular meeting of said oouuullk Will Brown '1'.It.. Bennett, T. E.| Cono 000,0(10( worth lull Oa Judge Wall Is the present of the
t' : the first
y..ary. ',State Bankers W TT bOlch. German
6,3 squadron
and shall be a ofitherevenueotaaldolty a. J.i thirsts A..1., Carroll B.t, Carroll O. t.iOonyerStJ. Duo i""k"'i"i
- t f BKO.4-All nnmi ooata part th-y nhall adjourn/ from day today until such .. of the Sixth Judicial circuit.
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and shell I be paid. to omelets Shall navo been duly elticied. K.t, VowlHr" ; M A.j Fowler U. B.I| Messrs.Volmarans and 'Weasels title ..00... 20.*". 60ntoriiaUHuvcn judge n.vy.
Inc collecting:' of )"..1... O. P.I UrlOln. Usury; 4.raoll, Wm..' ue Htninps, 84 of the First regiment ,
the city measurer ol said city by i ttKU.tt-Ttiat all ordlnanuos sod part ordinances arrived :: Ilermanoa & Co. general
Honorary
.. of the Boer who Chocks aol oih.or ouch Hems :.::. 4HJ viNoUs Fernandez
o1ne.r. 'In oiintUot with ilia provlHltmBot' thlaOrdluaiiue Oresn W.! Guy,L. P.. Oronma. J. B.t Gain'bio. doleglton. .. Uuards of the Ludwig
t, fl HKh V-Th. clefk shall return and file' withitheolurkot bo and are hereby repealed.fataed .4. T.i HttdeonJoe: ; 'f..O':3.B: B.j HtHboii.: in New York IIHt will enter of other Nntlonal Banks, ... .. 1.10 0.1Fractional prominent New York cigar manufacturers of Foot Hes-
j the aypviate court within throeSaye In open....noll.hlo lilt P. L.i HtilUht.< O. II.t' Hanoi> P.1| hogan. into direct relations with the pro- 1'1.'currency. nickel. will move their factory to }'usller of the Twenty-fifth
in all eaetM appoaloil, and I'JUJ.' A. hf..d.lE'lNob.; B. H.I; UHgau. ; 10 hi us n, J.A.i' Horn- and ... .. M I the clear
: : of
: al'a"D.r: :. on Ihe warrant la each. etuieMhe Attestt PrenldnatotOltT: Couuull. don, M.J.i ,, .i-.f.t.; llagan, J. E.j. JOIMH, Hoer committees In the United States LAWi'ot. HONEY RKHKKVB IK B\MX viz' I'ampa.; Most leading ArUlery. of the Thirty- ,
aameeof tbe wlttisese.oobebaifofth6ily. J. N. DLACKWELL,Clerk Janiest. Johnson L. 5.. JohiiHou, R. I., Juice.Jamesi with a view to mutual undemandingand specie' . $0,075 10 Havana cigar factories of the coun- \. ...
ceo. a All pereona arrewteU bir the vlulatlonf FBeall Johua, :1i Jolma, L.W., Xunuft A. H., aud to audit on this Legal tenner. note ..... I...00 ISiS 10loUumptlon try are located in Tampa. fifth Prussian{ 'uslel. known R .t
ordlnauoe,or for any munlulpal' mlmle* b.l2od ItMU. L.O.IIT'.J>H EN3! Mooney, H. K.; M'>rti n, J. Murphy JerryiHoubouk. organization fund with TT. fl. Treasurer "Prince Henry Own :"
> Approved
4, :tueanur any oommltted: : within the city limit, ,or oothe Mitvyor.An H.U.i N.. b 1r.bln..II.rot" Uualn: W, E.t\. side of the water the sums received (.o percuntofulrouiatloii). .. .. 6JS 00TOTAL. Mrs. Hesse Miller, wife of a prominent Thirty-third Russian Dragoons, 'i"'i"th.
property of the. city outside of Ita llmliaF PrloeL.| router .. L i ". W.. BgIster from Boer sympathizers.ExUnited has .
of St. Petersburg
. F I!aball be Immediately oonflued in the orf J.ti.i Hb.lIlll. H i Toddey, J. B.. Town .... ....... .i6'j,6Jo 15 citizen known as "Prince Henry of Prussia'sActual "
houaeuTdetenUoa, and remain h IJ"D send, I.. It. W.p rocker, JameatTbumaM States Senator W. D! LIABILITIES. secured a temporary Injunction Own."

I J discharged or tried by the city cecil uuleae OrdlnaneeTOREDrCETHK9tART : Ulubi;: WlKg, f. it.; Webber, F. Washburn left Minneapolis last paid' la ........ '.O 0 against her husband, forbidding him colonel of the Twentieth
\ euub, persons ahaJt give proper security for Anyperson v/hue name may nave beenwrmtgfully to Capl..I..ol _.. _... ..... to enter her bouse. She represented Austrian .
infantry.lionoraryvlco
b thir appearanoe before aatdt court, Iu which OFTHB MA.YOBO.P or erroneously" .lluk.D from suldItMglHtratlon week for Cuba where be expects less and 101
,, E event they may be..I.... Th" chief of pull. TUB CITY OV PALATKA, FLOU1DA.wnoreaa Book aa per who shall make a careful study of tile island Uudlviuod tasea paid profitS...., .expense.. hat; she was afraid of him. admiral oi the Austrian .
.. and the ofllaer in ohargo of the /Jail ort a municipal' oourt baa been pro. wUbln a'.Ime not than ten day before thedayoteleotlon and its commercial relations to thisl000try. NatIonal Banknotes outstanding' ::: I : ":' ; navy. Ii,
of detention shall have authority to take. olTuiiftes the to be held In the oily on the. mil Thos. Estrttda Palma the firatpresl-
bouae vU( a for lbs trial uf all asrslnHt said udividual dnpoHiui subjtMjt to check I' of the Order of the BlackEaglef
_______y from tbe pereoiui arrested bonda or other ordinances of the city of Valatka, which re day of April neat make. soot not appear to IbeatlRfaotlon Senator Washburn Ueiuand ourtlilcatu ot daposlt .. 'l Oco dent of Cuba will be in Jacksonville Knight .
.. of the
: Order
of the Uouiiall slmll be entitled of the
n for their hetor the oourr said jOInt suob. Olty if it he would like Knight _
coolly appearanae 11ev. tIle mayor ef oily duiytanil that were possible .
< .. .. ..... route to Cuba
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to have his name restored to the 1(1(15.strauu O..lo 1oboo. I In a few days en
,, f but no such l hood< ur security aball be for leea wberoaa the InglMlatureof ibe- Scale of to free trade established betweenthe Golden Fleece, Knight of the Order .

_5 hundred amount man and ttvedoliara nttydullara.. njr. mure- than' two florid. ot snub baa. mayor authorised by.ordinance a reduction' of of aald'the oltyi salary Oily limEs.TIla council. will meet on lb ThirdTuesday ; see United-States and Cuba. TOTAb... .. ... .. .. ...HB .ftU 18Btate where he goes to The assume Jacksonville the reignsof of Annunciation, Knight of the

.. .......fit sUch be the duty of the chief 0'poll. and wheroaa .It will require an additional' OK In Marcb.ttiUpm.for of Florida, I lu. government. Order of the Elephant Knight of
'0 .. to report to lb.ally court every day atTo'oliMik II penditure of money to defray toe expeanea of of restoring. the namna of any h"t Another attempt to throw( tbe estate (0.701 Putnam (f'b board of trade will give him a recep the Order of the Seraphim\ Knightof
.i a. .... all arrests and oommlttnla that saId. munlolpal' ouurt.Tberet have boon..U..I' Or.o".o.U of A. T. Stewart Into litegatlon :, 1' B. Merrill OMhler of the above named tion. the Garter. Knight of the Order
I I may have been male during the preceding day >ro, ha ordained by the city' oounoil or.. 'b.O.DOI. uk;do solumuly l swear that the above statu
f a>ud night the nam ewltheaoouaed, thttommHUMy.wltli and mayor. of the olty of palatial . .. Clerk.Pebruary hal been stopped by Justice Scott of mOlI1 WOO .tIle best of my knowledge and Oen. E. M. Law commander of the of St. Andrew etc.
which they are hargedv the ..........f the HBOTiuH V-That' horeaftor" Ito mayor of the 12,1501.GRAND. .. New York supreme court. I T. B.MEBltlLL, CushIer.Subscribed ITnltad Confederate Veterans of Possessor of the Distinguished Ser-
)i 3 w"Uneeje in the re.peuUv"ness,end the bondaand oily of Palatka,. shall receive a* bus ourapeitna w. In the form of motion for and sworn to before mo thin Sill Florida) has appointed O. L. vice Order of Prussia. Never bestowed
, other .....h, ot tubaS whu may nave linn tIle sum uC 00. hundred <""'..> Dollnrapur day of > UKNKV aruuau. Buizal.
take :
to for
K beea releaewl. If cay there be. annum and no more, which' shall be paIdby appointment{ of a commission .rb.111. Notary PuiiiiU.OortectAttesit of Fernandlna chief of .. honorarlly, but solely
f' BUI-. ft-In all: oaa.a where the parties accused quarterly. Installmunta. by said. I ulty.. Provided the testimony of n great many persons his staff with the rank of lieutenant acts of gallantry.
_r>have beeS.......... upon bond. other seourl.tl This ordluaiiooahall Iu no w,.. relateto at present living in Ireland as is. no In His official titles Prince{ Henry ot 4Prussia.
MAuns oniFFiit i colonel. money
t .If tbey fall to appear, the city court shall or affect the salary of the p..O..DOU........". of the 1h..re .
euttff up luilgmeut upon said hoods or other of said, odlce' during his proteus torn ot ofl.oe.HKO. to: the alleged relationship OlvO. H. WKUJH VDlroctOrt.A. the offl co. .
raeonrtty for .Uie full amount ol the penally, \* That all ordlnauoes. and part of or- I to the dead millionaire mer .It. WILttON i Form of address "HI. High
_ and tbe oierk pUsh ll, at the expiration of one dlnauoee. ootnlot' with. the provisions ot this OPENING 1 pl.lntl, Will Stone, arc light trimmer for Washington Times.
Hay from the rendition of such Judgment ordinance be and are 'hen b/ mpealtnl.Paused the city lighting company iu Jacksonville ness. -
,. '.... to the chief of .po.lea : vlnt Feb.Ui. NOTICE.. -.a-- :
afieri\ faalaa la open council this day of A prisoner In Jail in Jackson, was electrocuted while attempting

_ _ provided who'shall by execute lw, relative the same to- the In 01"maur .... Attest. ) President. A.of M.Olty'BI'KKtf OounolL, Of Spring nillinery fIcs., under the name of J. L. Leland For the purpose of, receiving tax to trim an arc light at the Ex-governor Andrew H. Burke\

,f sheriffs of lb. Mate of Florida, In levying I. N. BLACK WELL, Clark.. i who Is charged with burglary, returns I will be at the following corner of Riverside ave..and Estelle of North Daot is topping in
Dol meLlug sole i uuuvr wrii* uf .....u&1o.- or [ ; At the Parlors offirs. I baa been Identified as one of the convicts street Jut Saturday. He accidentally { Gainesville.BO
11<0 proesea.Nbc. :;provod'W.b. lInel/VOI./ Lb.ITIP1IE7tIS, ) named given below. Please
.5-the oily court shaD have authority, to M.o. who escaped fromth federal places a J caught hold of a live wire when "
......order aud decorum, and shall be lu- .' E. W. White, prison at Fort Kan., meet me In person. the full shock of the current passedthrough Swear AND PbBAatHO) I T&aTL ,

_551.4 with the same power 10 that. end. by last November. His real name Is Edgar March ; Jehnson 4th; him and he fell over dead. Mrs. 621 Lake St.. Tope
and a*are incident toouuriareourd 8 0"eteroD.
'e imprisonment, )
:Iu the Mete of Vlortda.' NOTI m OF APPLICATION FOB Ii Third Street, James Seymour. Seymour la also Norwalk the 6th; Frultland, 7th ; Dr. Theodore Turnbull, prominent ka. ., '. Blrd'l Hare
'_ to accused of $ ,) from the fall.
essi.iu-tpunco.ielnimmi.by.mdsvlt) stealing It
Tax Dee 1 UDder Hevttoa' 8 of Cbpber48d& 1.0,1 hound Syrup, b.
V Judge. of said enuri, by any puliuomau ot.Jd I safe in the office of shorE of Georgetown; Denver,10th ; Crescent hyslolan of Montlcello, and a broth- entire"y.1 and of alloough
oily or ether person, that any otTeu a.hloit Laws of Florida. I ThursdayAnd i er-in-law of ex-Senator Samuel Pas- ed to give .t.fllon.
Jlth and 12th Huntington .and I
.aald oourt baa lurlediutlon to try and] Notice U given tlmb Mrs. )to Newton county. City, ; died suddenly in Baltimore remedies ,
hereby
tnrmtne,ba. been oommltted within. said' city 18th ; Como Uth; Pomona 15th; 00. must confess to tnv many. friends tbat 16
ol Tax OertllLrato christened week. The
last
-two* SpUn any city propertyoutelde of laid J. Tallttat, purchaser Alice Roosevelt, who hospital rmain. is claimedfor
ntte, said .....IoI1>al Judge may .....". blakrraut No. 100ft. dated the 3rd d.yor July A. I the Meteor wan at a fashionable banquet Slsco 17th; Welaka 18th; Nashua, were brought to Montloello f., .. will do, and .done what 5oougbOrOOIlInd ;

)' .,, :( Ie.> before la the hlinnelC.ualfbrm Upon making the return.it i turua-of tliewarrant D.:, 1800 lisa 011, laid oerttflcata in my. Friday In New York the other day. It 19; Batsuraa H..lght. aoth; Uoscola, meut last Saturday in the privateoar it-toepeedilyoure sweet and in '
J. It Is tt'
''I. with the odiiseil, the said 'Judge shall office. and baa mad applloatloa for Ux was a very artistic affair. Cut glass m.Bemember of tlperiltendent. Den ham of: plowing at
r prooeed to bear, try and determine: the cause deed to IH.U* la aooordamid with law I and Bowers inj>rofuslon, pink 2ht p. the dead physician ISO, 60o and tl per bottlo .
f.iurUiwitht' orsbail adjoiurn. the aame to some Bald o rtlflcat embraou-i the followloffdAanrlbwxl March slver. 'fountain trickling the day and full not to was born In Montlcello in 1H60! Stwar'e. Palatka. and LeIDIs' drugstore .
ll t hIs' All sucbs' trlahi and candelabra
other day *> oourt. City.EXECUTOR'S :
d bnwenuiiona shall be upoaaOldavlt and war property situated in Putaaoi I In near-by anda come out., O. F. BULLABD and wan the son of the late Hon. S.

F"rant..aforeeald. .ut. It shall not be necoeMary County Florid. to wit r 6thand7th. ( stringed orcheltra back of some Tax Assessor. 1, Turnbull.Among .
_ _Lto pnxture snub wartant before making. aired., Let 16 Towlee Sub Di!,. Pray tall scene fit for { SALE OF LAND
convenient f"I- vital work being __
where It should cot be or praoble > B.J.of i pam. ma. the very __
_ __ to......ow where" aa immediate arreatoBoa Seotloo 39,, Towiwblp U; A Cordial invitation .ah guest there wa a CCBBS HOXATIO RHaVitAl'IRW.fre. now done by the organization AT AUCTION. _
__...., In oruet to .better promote RDgel6\ -5 acree.Th souvenlrofa little teapot. stat
_... p.bUa .n........ aaaeMed. at"the unique at the A. E. Simpson BOO Grll St.Koosrl" of the Woman's Temperance nnblle a notion. In front oi-'b'
. ....,,.UI. munlolpal. Judgeo acting, muni- said{ land being Is extended to all the girls places Tenn. writ' e June : Union Is the writing and dlstrl To.be eold at cVeHtiont lily Mnreh Mh 1 li _

ilpal Judge aunll k:I'r.'i.: :: ; ':: : 'i. date of tha \Itauanoe of snob oertlBoatela dainty round table, Mil. Alce 8pl..dthe ben crying the baths at Hot button of their letteragalnet the propoe"d pc.st .m.ro..i.14,the bllh. bllo'. "K "r
laid bv
S hall enter the .. the name of A. A.Waltaay. Vole tiny teapot bearing bel name.She Five ..n .
rheumatismbut plan. bo..o..b..III..II..O.
JnltItS bin, the tine thw Stat prooese wee redeemed aooordlDg/ LadlestocomeAndseeour and Springs Ark.* for sciatic dllpen"AI lun-
'I .. KVIbe ...._ and retort. thereof all adournraenta oerUfloate shalL be caught U up utterly I get.more relIef from tired l letter (cove. 05\1.11 In SectIon SI o"J "
, the time and manner ot the tril11q to U., tax deed Isfluethereoo on tbe unconscious but unselfish Impulsive Ltnlranut than Balard'eBoow Mrs. Alice C. Brown of Fort Reed Aim) Ill: being parts 0' "-il.- ,
Id,
( tn cane, the |udgmei.teeotenoe l 0tl. exclaimed "My any melchl" bol. '
D.
rllutrdlapusIliaoO 10th day of April. A. ness. rapturously and dlRtrlbut.dtbrulhtub botham beingili$ to .. ,
,aalt Iturlitding. tbe Oasis .allowed theot signature and seat! that the cutest thing anything I have e.trie. EDOlot have ben printed
_, ..... wltoeMM sworn oo the trial andFal Wlfcne my offlulal oh-h-1 ln't )Just Florida. Mrs. Brown Is tocohluetkeid500l5.ed.
all
l 1 other .aroaeedloLcs.. had. by and ........hint .la thus tbe 95ttk day of February A. TX 1901.tSoal : Elegant D .play. that ? And won't the kids g find, p.tm t.le;8 81.0. tend. traveling In the southernpart t W,Win of J.A,JV, [ $.At'wnssRjan1.4E ,
, .laahcaM. and betbAll slga "lit name thereto ( ) JU8JIPH PE1CE. wild over It wbel I glv. it to them a by )1pr. state newunions'NmasUuiou ,
; Sod by Aokarmno A Stewart, of the organism; (w..
liter isaderingiv fudgnoent.
droult Puluftra n.1odtia1. The"kids course, Are Babj4u lalatk. .
Court ,
MaO.''-*''11 malt porno... Imprisoned. In the Olerk -- } and 4Jitlsen.b J. \. it
I ,,i(j 4 va i.K seuiettO of 0a mu"101....tft" Feb. 37 < nMi>t.Archibald unct' .Ethel. .4 LUDdOonHUt. \,

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In order to appreciate the humor of Senator Till4 4 P'W rW rW W W z

THE. PALATKA NEWS man's' bitter protest against the withdrawal of Ins invitation : { [ M. MEYER

AND ADVERTISER to the Prince Henry banquet at theVhite _[(rraioTTS STORIES: : ;

-i.: louse, it is necessary to go back a few months, to 4 *

The Pftlatka Now and Artvertlnnr him boon itatormlned tiy the Thhdym the time of excitement over the 3ooker Wnsh- :{t FROM THE NEWS OF THE WEEK B You can't do It all ; we can and will help you \ ,
( AMtlHtniit' Pot tmnHl."r UonorlU to "a AlIIblloalion, eot ttlod, tu mlmlMlfin1o .
lUo mnllu. .conclluw. niattur,and h.s. "acoonlliiKly .beet MU ontvnxl ngton'g dinner with the president. At that time' in your selection of
h at the I'ululku ponluttluo. a (J)
,Y a no one was more excited than the senior senator PRAYER LEADS TO DIVOROH J .fi

An unofficial Newspaper o( the Democratic sort-Just from Sauth Carolina, who even went so far as to declare Fisher. Ames, of Akron, Ohio his asks wife GOODS
divorce on the ground that \ SPRING
the kind you should keep In your faintly. that Mr. Roosevelt had made it impossible for won't permit. him to say (truce. at h.o
V white meals, always Interrupting to refer : \111\11\ ;:
any self-respecting man to accept an invita- '
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r to him UK a hypocrite, whited old sepulcher erI
Published at Palatka, Flu, Thursday of each week by tion to the presidential board. Such being the case, 1 dodo and other things. ii I \I\11\,1",", 1 that are composed of the best wears and the ::;

we fail to understand how the distinguished: knightof I 1\,\ \II' ,III h prettiest patterns ever before shown in the .....
+ JIM KBBN'B PHILANTHROPY
RUSSELL
cjYICKERS.5 the take II I \ii OQi
pitchfolk can any serious offense at theresident's When a big storm struck New I city.

note informing him that the invitation Yolk the other day,James It. Krone, i
l'
11 4 I the noted speculator, gave f fI\,4KKI:!\ ) to New Goods and New
WM. A. ItDBBBLL, EDITOR. had been withdrawn. Indeed, it would have soomml relieve siklfttilngamong the very poor i \ : \ ,.Y 0

't f much more consistent, on his part, to have expressed remarking I "I believe In Riving '
that will suit
Prices
I don't
money to people who need it.
s passionate indignation when the invitation was first give books.. Poor people don't need \ 0
CLINGS TO A HEMINISCUXCK.The
received, and to have declined it with !fierce scorn books. They need food time .. '
+ recent addresses of Mr. Bryan attest the fact t 1\\ you every you.. 0
Nj. t and! a seasoning of vituperation, reclining, in ex- QUEER FAMILY RELATIONS..
that his face is not toward the rising sun, and that I, 0.
planitory mood, the Booker Washington incident asa \V.V.)J"UOWILY has been! compelled (0!) see us.
now, as for five years he ia dwelling in the memorIes reminder that ,even presidential chickens come to have" Helmet, Cal., by the force

''f I'' t; and shadows of the backward ;years, apparently home of public opinion. It bocaine known m n
to roost. that Mrs.. Ilaltowny. who before her
p oblivious to the fact that the currency question is i When the soreness is out of the senator's battered iiiiirrliiRa was Halloway'u first. cousin We can fit you from head to foot. Clothing, Shoes, Cents' Furnishings,

,, without present public interest or political potency. I consented to permit Hnlloway to Come and
see us.
hose and his neck feathers have settled back intoplace install HesKle Rogers In the Hallo- and Hat
With him no circumstances seem to alter cases, and homo ns a sharer of bin alfectlons. -
he will doubtless be able WILY
to recall the sentiments '
::a.w.-:
crowded With lanquid :I.W'sza =:JEaI
issue die be out.
no can or he then uttered and the views he then held as .
j] interest he the bow of recognition to questions AGED WOMAN'S LOVE:
gives to the White House dinners just after the presidenthad (Successor to M, Loeb Co.)
ul. which now absorb the popular mind ; but his eyes Mrs. Caroline Holley of Middle-
broken bread with
a nigger.IT : twn N. Y. 70 dead, leav.e .
l with issue aged just Lemon Street, ALATKA. FL.OAICA.
fixed and his an
are thoughts engaged property valued at $20UUO:! to L. B,,
which had power to stir when the people were eating is a pity Prince Henry couldn't have been in Kutnn, aged 80, a government clerk

y the bitter bread of adversity. All his addressee time to see the South Carolina senators in action. will Washington as an adopted, referred son. to Relativeswill in her

prove that he is so far from being an opportunist -- try to break the will on tho
o -h _GOV. 1III.IV8 BlMM'X'lt. ground that Eaton was not an adopted The Brown Brick Co.
i that he prefers a reminiscence to an opportunity. but a young man with whom
The art of embalming known to the Egyptians Gov. D. B. Hill's Manhattan club speech con the old lady was, mildly Infatuated.

a, has not been lost. Mr. Bryan bas revived it andy tains some points on democratic doctrine that it TRADES TOMB FOR DRINK MAKE THE .

";, carries it with him from place to place over the would be well for every democrat to know and John F. Haydoe, of Chicago: suffering HardestAND

shriveled specimen of his treasure. Among other things he said : a well-known form of thirst Largest, ,
as a
country, a mummy,
+ foT which water Is not considered nn
F "I speak tonight in favor of the maintenance of Farmers Attention!
f craft. There could be 110 objection to this, if he appropriate. remedy, wandered into
Aj, f merely kept it with him awaiting that resurrection the old landmark democratic party. In that path !the liquor emporium of Peter J.Skel- Best Fire Brick ,
,
? there lies safety, honor, success ley, on State street. and traded his
4 day which may sometime arrive when the nation is "We trace our political lineage bock to Jefferson, deed to a burial lot in Calvary cemetery MADE IN FLORIDA. L OJ I' '1('"

ki again plunged in industral and commercial despon who was the author of that immortal protest against for gloss\ of beer. STOCK ALWAYS ON HANDat This is plowing time and you may need a new plow. We are

t r;: dency. But when he continues to insist that the British imperialism, known as the declaration of FORTUNE HCIUKD KOKUO YEARS TlIghmlln's Mill.\ county agents for theOLIVER .
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p, painted red of his cheeks ia the glow of flowing independence. Opposition to the precepts and By the departure for tho mist of For prices call on or address,
: practices! of imperialism was thus one of the cardinal Win. (}. Henpaw' president of HIP II. O. IIAM3I PLOWS.
,
for immediate
blood, and that it is a proper subject prinCples of our party faith at the very inception Union Savings bank. and executor of 6HILLED
continuous he insults intelligence and the wills of the late Henry J). Cogs- rilghman'B Mill, Palatkn, Fla.OUBBBKAD
and concern, We the
should
of the government. : adhere to the Sun Francisco You all kllowthere's none better. We alai have the Atlanta Steel Plows"We
well iihllanthropistof -
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+ !, L invites scorn of his fatuous fanaticism.. If every policy involved in Jefl'ersonian expansion, the reasonable and his wife, Mrs. Caroline 1':. buy direct from the manufacturer and can save you tbe middle man'a profit.
and natural acquirement of Is disclosed for '. Come and see ns, or If you can't do that write ua and let us give jou prlc....
each with all n
: state in the Union had a dozen Bryans, territory adjacent Cogswell\ a quest o oo_ ee 490 .
Whenever fortune that has been buried, In .\11e'Ulterll We are also agents for Putnam county for the
to our own. the American Hag of
I, the fiery magnetism, the honest patriotism, the untiring I .
bank for 8O the
) by Cog-
years
ji4Y1! : devotion of the original, the. issue on which. right floats it should be as an emblem of a free government wells. All of these years it has loll. PLRNET% JUNIOR"CUL TIVRT RS.
of
and the aegis constitutional liberty. untouched, accumulating Interest. to
he twice sought the presidency could not be revivified "Neither should tariff wars nor custom duties obstruct ,add. .. to the half. million fortune left I They make work rasp Men who use them whistle as they work. Then we have
t a hammer In California. It was only after the the Celebrated BON AGE CULTIVATOR, and everything In Sims line of
while every spindle is whirling and ever the path of American trade from one portionof
death of Mis.COII'Hwell,several weeks
1 clanging, in the effort to make supply meet demand this government to another. ago, that the existence of the sun Garden Tools.

1 in the world of trade. It be that endue "The spectacle is at present presented of Cuba relieved of money became known. The bank
s h i may from Spanish oppression only to be enslaved: In which It In deposited has not been This Is going to be the beat year .Ioo (ilhe 'j 1'5' freeze. The man who plows tills.
ing prosperity cannot come while the "money trust"exists by the United States in commercial bondage. Justice revealed to the fortunate heirs. 4 spring aud summer has better prospects for a good, profitable reaping time next:
fall. Orange grower will ba In It again i but they will have to plow. We want to
: and of those --- -- :
but the prophesies
t preachments demands that these impositions shall cease R.ARKABJ.JiI'fREATMENT-; sell them the plows, the cultivators and the garden tools-they are the above
t s who believe drowned in the hum but self-interests stand in tho of tariff '
a'r j so are inevitably Nothing way John Armstrong\, who claims to bea named prosperity bracd.

*, 9' t of busy industry. reform from Cuba. magnetic healing physician, tin
M "The democratic party should again press to the been arrested at Far Hock away, N KENNERLY HARDWARE CO.
front the issue of revenue reform. The republican Y., for peculiar methods of applying
OASUNl>IIiiTI: 1IOCII INnICllr! WILL
his "treatments" to his feminine
of practice of is based the I pa- PALATKA FLA.
principle protection on
a that lie ALL.It ,
To those who are inclined to take the Rep. Wheel tienta. It Is charged com SATISFY
I the nf for individual
to -
j' right use powers government polled them to completely dlsrobu
will to the strength
c er or traditional republican view of Prince Henry's purposes. Our republican friends: make revenue Then he "transmitted vital h Inilu u give young ,
the old
I' visit, it may not be out of place to say a few words the incident and protection the main purpose of all ence"plaint by was applying nettle his by hands.Beatrice Coin Kll and beauty, and From make the happy.'

&*'. ., A j in sweet reasonableness. It is well to rememberthat tariff taxation. Patrick, who said that her mother
: : Palatka Variety Bakery,
even the ardent and agressive democrats who "The policy of reciprocity ia and always has been compelled her to undergo the ordeal
a democratic policy. Armstrong Is said to have similarly HENRY THALOOTT, Prop.
t rn framed the now obsolete, discredited, vulgar and incendiary "We believe in a strict construction of the federal "treated' GO prominent women of r

declaration of independence formally!; constitution as essential for the public welfare. that vicinity.

1 a recognized the propriety of "a decent respect to the "We believe in home rule for stat B. ONE GENE;"ROTS WOMAN groom Hev. Fred then Cummings secured the, who services was on of 30TH YEAH OF PROSPEROUS BUSINESS. .

k, opinions of mankind." It also chances to be true "'We favor an amendment to the constitution Rather than blight the life of the the train, and there was a weddingIn
providing l for the election of United States senators woman he married illegally, and to the presence of all the passengerswho ACKERMAH & STEWART
that despite the spendid example we set from 1771
,
afy v by the people."OppositlOn. save n faithless husband from the could be accommodated In one ,
+ to 1808, a very large majority of mankind still sits to dangerous combinations penitentiary. the lawful wife of cl1r. '

,, ri in darkness, and continues to live under government of capital should continue corporate to be the democratic!) confessed George Marcier bigamist of Chicago released. a self him .a._ the destruction Wholesale and Retail Druggists *

iu which blood rather than boodle determines thee !position."The from his. marriage!. vows in. Justice[ The fourth of the anniversary battleship of Maine In

,. :i (' headship, and pays to highnesses an esteem almost Monroe doctrine, first enunciated by a democratic "babatb'a wife entc-rwllnto court. The the contract self-sncrltlolni on the[ Havana harbor was fittingly observed -

equal to that in which an American holds a president president, should remain a settled policy of: promise that the husband would be by solemn and appropriate JUST RECEIVED: LARUE'Fresh Garden Seed PO.SprfD.
In the
r this republic. true to his[ second wife, and be legal ceremonies Saturday morning LOT L\ 1'1&0\loc.
'' r' a if from whom he expects a postof lice. "We believe in hard money-the money of the I I ly married as soon as a divorce III i lot at the cemetery in Key West end In your order.

r' Taking these things into consideration, it is possible constitution, and are unalterably opposed) to irredeemable secured. where the remains. of a number of
_i the victims lie. Early: : In the morn- I3STIDTJ: COUGH: CrRE:: ,
i p to get a new view of the parades, receptions, paper currency. I KlNDHRAKTKD: BUROLARSGentlemen Ing the otllcprs and enlisted men 25 .cents per bottle. Guaranteed by
dinners luncheons and other "If any further enunciation of democratic policy; irom the naval station and Government
1" opera parties, dypepsia said Dr.Grace Finn vessels in the harbor and the ACHERMAN STEWART. DRUGGISTS.Headquarters .
f breeders that have been arranged in honor of upon[ the financial question is regarded as necessary* dors, as she leaned out of the window oltlcers and a detachment of men __
f- in view of the existing monetary conditions, then it of Katie's Nest Sanitarium' near from the post repaired to the --
our visitor. It is true that Prince Henry Morrlstoviu, N. ;J., to two burglars, army
I princely IS suggested that a simple declaration in favor. of cemetery, to participate In the cere- for
has been chosen for the mission because he is the the general principle of bimetallism furnishes a who were trying to climb"Oentlemen up. to the monier. At 8 o'clock the flag was
midnight.
brother of the emperor; but that isn't his fault. It common ground upon which all can stand. i torch i 25 patients. In this house !the hoisted Maine. at hnlfmast which stands on the in the mast cer-of FINE

is the fault of the political system under which he "New 1:ork will be the great battle /ground: of the !Should I scream. or lire at you and. t ter of the lot, while the buglers\ from LIQUORS
1 campaign of 100.1. Mr Roosevelt will be nominated awaken them the consequence the barracks sounded "collors" and ,
; lives. The reasons affecting the choice do not might be disastrous not to you but "
of
W. V. K. Plummer
tor president. It ia true that with unseemly "'taps. Dr. ;J.
change the fact that he comes as the personal representative haste and before the burial of the late president, he of to nervous them. Home shock.of I them wish you might would die the Urand Army of the Republic Such as the Famous Green River

of the executive head of a friendly na publicly announced that he would not be a candidate go away at once." The men went.IIARRISON'a 'made to a the few occasion remarks, which very were appropriate listened Rye, a Whiskey Without a head-

tion. Had he been selected "with the advice and but soon thereafter he retracted the statement to with marked Interest by
T-r 1 at the behest of "Permit me to say in conclusion that the views I ANCIENT LETTER- those present. Kev. Father Friend ache, Golden Wedding. Jed Clayton.
( consent of a senate, or appointed Twenty years ago, Mayor Carte pronounced a for those who
have but I believe in prayor Lord Baltimore
expressed are own, they are Rye Paul Jones Private -
cP: a boss in need of placation our own attitude should my Harrison of Chicago, then H young had, been sacrificed on the altar of ,
.. ket : accord with the sentiment of the democracy of the man of 23:.! years wrote a letter to duty, after which the ceremonieswere Stock &c.
4 be Since his credentials seem to be regular i ,
the same. middle states. Win. Dean. Howells a man of letters, : brought to a cloAe.o very
it would have been exceedingly ungracious 01) and confided a simple request for the grave In the plot was decorated and
Beans and Typewriter Girls. author's autograph. The mayor has the handsome monument placedover Go to West End Saloon
4+ r our part to enquire too closely, into the methods by; lust received nn answer from Mr. the graves by 'popular subscription ,
whioh he secured the job. You have noticed the trip-hammer motion! of the typewriter Howells, and after the long wait the was draped in nags.
girl ns she strikes the keys of the typewriting mayor now has Mr. Howells' auto-
.
Moreover, it would be l Both inconsistent and unbecoming machine and you have doubtless wondered how so graph. It Is appended to the very - J. W. Hagan.PLAN1"

'' f' in a nation which affects to disregard aU much dynamic energy and force could be lodged In the slip of paper on which the request We Make Fine'Cotl.feoti.ctl.S .
V frail arms and nimble flntfers. She not only hits the was made. It came In the envelope
,, questions of birth and to accept each man on his keys (good and hard but the hammering motion Is rapid : Inclosed at that time for the reply '
merits to it against Henry that he happened and continuous. Hhe keeps at it all lav long with ama/ When the mayor opened the envelope :: ::
lay up Ing regularity and preclusion. The arms could not nut dropped his Howellu' letter of
''I to be born a Ilohenzollern. Report credits him move with more machine-like regularity If they were :20! years ago. At the bottom. of the And everyone who Eats
to be fellow. hung with cords and pulleys with bl1l1-b..arhll joints. reverse-Hide of the single sheet of '
1-- both the desire and ability a good it wants
with How does she do It? The mystery Is cleared, up by a paper was ad<.4'd: "I have at Ins more. SYSTEM
If he has brought any of his royal prerogatives with business man who has been Investigating the down-town found, time for subscribing myself, Our Chocolates ami Bon Bon
restaurants. She eats beans. In restaurant alone W. D. Howells. 4t
them for private use one Yours very truly,
keeping
him, he is, apparently, which Is largely patronized by typewriter girls, this West Fifty-ninth street, New York, are always Fresh and Pure.
on the yacht, and is conducting himself very much business man found that they use every week In summer Feb. IB, luoa.):.!
American gentleman nine barrels of dried beans, and In winter 11 barrels The Great Through Car Line From: Florida.
self-respecting representing
as might a Think of the dynamic power stored In 11 barrels of POSTMASTER FOR 05 YEARS Ice Cream Ice cream Sodaand
ra v his government on a mission of friendship beans I These b'n,," are not only supplying muscular The postolHce .a1! Comptun, Delaware COH1TECTIO1TS\ :

J and good feeling to a foreign country. energy for hammering the keys of hundreds of typewri- county Ia., Is to be dl coutln- other ATIAHTIO COAST Lii., via ,Charleston. Richmond and
machines, but also the matter-for the brains
gray tied. It bus record. On Wa blDRWn.
.v To all outward seeming, he is having as good fe hat must do the thinking lawyers, politicians, manufacturers 1857, a A.unique V. Brown was appointed Hot and, Cold Drinks, THE RastTan}[ B00THIBN RAILWAY via Savannah. Columbia, and Washington. -
time with us as though it had been his high privilege and men who haven't time to think on paper. postmaster and baa held the .
Nothing In the vegetable world surpasses the bean office ever since. Ills commission FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
to be born in a shack and began his public career In nutritive value. In Its thin eplxpenn are wrapped has never been revoked} the men who Yin ALL BAlLo
r r y commissioner from west! Putman, or ns the potential energy that has moved armies, opened np| signed his bond are nil 11 alive and on The Children arn welcome; they always Southern! E'y via? aup, Atlanta and Chattanooga.
as a county mines and fell forests. And now It Is moving his bond. Ills wife has been his seem to enjoy It. TO WestEast Loulsvlll ft Maahvllla via Montgomery ,
1" -. r a member of the county democratic executive com- tthe typewriter girl and when you move the typewritergirl deputy through all these years and THE tIThe Southern 8', via Savannah, Columbia, and AahavUle.

mittee. Being obligated to accept every man at his you move the world. -, the ollloe is. still In the building .Fine Cigars and Tobaccos. Mobile a: Ohio l;. B. via liontgamary.

face value and treat him accordingly, there is no He where is believed it was to first be the located oldest In JH57, L. A. SMITH. Via Savannah and Oocan Steamahlp Company for New York!
Murder. post TO Philadelphia and Boatoo via M't'llc for N. Y, Wash.and. Ball.
reason why we should make an exception in his case uiHMti" r In Iowa. Owing to rural mill }Via Savannah and MerohauU A Miners Oeifl-)
his last visit to Col. will THE Transportation
On Philadelphia Henry Walter delivery the olllce ba dropped
'4 and keep twitting him on biB royal discent. son told n story that did not get Into print. It was about from the list.RAPIDFIRE. European w Restaurant PaD for Baltimore.
A muoli-battered old lawyer who went up into the mountain VIA BT AMBDIP.Tn .
region to collect, a claim. He was lame and half I MATRIMONYA West) u 8 Mall Steamships of the Peninsular A: Oooldaotal Staam1U -
Mr S. E. Oourlay of the Canadian house of commons blind and one-armed. A local celebrity In the case was romantic wedding was the result Furnished Rooom Sep I ship On. Port Tampa to Key West Havana la au lIttO'a wILlaA.ND

declares that Canada can whip the United the district's dead shot, who had killed many men and of the snow blockade, the contractIng The Plant System.
,,, 'll? who was ready to shoot anything or anybody. He came parties being Miss Ethel King Hat and Cold Baths HAY I v AH Three ships Every Week Leave Port Tampa a Ia.
States, capture the capital and annex this countrygI' In dally to sen the lawyer about a case In which bo was .of Jitlerson Wfi., and Willie Hall, AD Mondays, Thursdays and Saturday.
six months. We to Interested until his visits became extremely tiresome. an magnate. Miss King!\ had been ...
inside of are glad AtROBERT To
,, M 'lye to Canada Finally the old lawyer exclaimed! i "Gut out of hero visiting friends Binghamton, N. M raT.....8".14.,..,..andWLANDS I VU Boston "d Canada, Atlantic aDd ?lan Steamship Line for

lbv note that the lawmakers of other countries occasionally and stay out of here. Oet out right away. I'm sick of Y., and had started for a western ::,:! ;; OWAK',)l Halllo, Hawkeibury and Cbariott towa.
t make fools of themselves. It serves to distract seeing you. Don't stand there. Oo on out, I tell you.." trip. The train on which she was JAJWES1SuocwHor
j't The desperado looked at the wreck of a man In Incredible traveling became blockaded ia a WINTER TOURIST TICKETS will bo on cala throughout the NOBTHEttN,
p + attention from Congressman Wheeler, of Kentucky dismay, and before he knew what he was doing he showbank far from any station. The ( to Cb_X.pperb..h. ) EASTERN. WESTERN and BOUTREBN STATES, to all Florida ResortS via
and the Senators from South Carolina.] warn backing out of the room. When. he readied the crew succeeded In getting food for Plant System during the season 1W1-11MJ2\ limited to return until May 'I, with
street he burst Into tears. The Inhabitants crowded the passenger by raiding nearby I PAKATKA FLORIDA. .liberal stopover privileges. In Florida. ADDRESSES! OF PARTIES IN,THE
around and asked him what wo the matter farms and the passengers proceededto NORTH but to the undersigned will be liberally supplied with all Information
M1 The Literary Digest asks the question : "Does "He druv m. out" he walled. "Druv me right out ol make themselves comfortable and advertising matter. -
whetherit the oom. Said hens tired o' look In' at me and won't let They quickly fraternised, and In Harness, Wagonsand For Information a* to Batm, Sleeping Car Enervation, ,eta.call on or writ 1..
kill? We not quite sure "
electrocution are me come back no more. their Informal manner, Hall met *. **.3m, Division Passenger.
Agent
f % is the electrocution or the autopsy that gives the "Why didn't you shoot him?" asked the crowd. elks King. It was a case of love at BuggiesFor ,138 West Bay Street Astor Block, jaokaoavllla! Tta.
"Shoot him?"echoed the.I"yerof many lives. "Shoot fl st sight, and Hall who la noted for W. B. DENHAM.: B. W. WRENS.
+ finishing touch, but it can be definitely stated that him? He couldn't walk He couldn't see. He's deef Ins buslnrsji/ energy applied it to hU. -Mgr.
Ueo BuportnUndxnt. 'For Tiara
A o. the combination of the two is a certain preventive and couldn't hear. He eouldn't run and he couldn't love-making with such/; auccea that Sale at close prices. H. 0 8fU. 0*
,;,ti; fight. Why fell* citizens: If I'd "I bot. him it would a' within all hours Mlaa King had ]UERWIN! Lemon St. Savannah *
? t//' of longevity been murderPbUadelphla Times, promised to become Mrs Hall, The

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Crescent City i The public school will close ln The Gypsies Festival.At Notice. *
"* 0<"">)lu'IoJ not to otter< bait.
another week and fa order to rooel\'o It any other than a ,
some special exerolxes
01 the moat beautiful. locations" In Fin Chamberllna' Hall to-morrcw
I ODe There will be an election hold on
da The town IN 'Iti the aouthenitrorn pirt nPutnam are being arranged for the SUCH FICKLE lniodl"'t:! advance above cost. We have : ,
(Friday) night will be presented the strictly line of edibles an Idea
onuntjr, JO mllas from Palntkiu: 'nud' IreauhiHl the second Tuesday of Apill.lt being pure a.
by ulttier suiamar or railroad. Ornoeutullf cloning day.. "Gj'pules Festival," cantata. The *:* .O lies on ulKh' Krmiutl whloh rlHOBgraoflCully the 8th day of April, 1W)2.\) ) The following that we buy as cheaply as nuyom, oomos to goods of real
from the want bank. o( tireauent LAke, a There servlooatthe program will consist of taking songs,
was no Eplsco officers to be elected <
are : V '
''Mi Ol highest| | 'f.
beautiful iihoal ofolwvr water 18 iiiHos lu lantftana puce for EGGS and
from three 10 n.. mtloB lu' wlillh. The pal church hint Sunday, It being thrector's recitations, marches and a tambor- A Mayor, three Aldermen, Clerk merit." Tbat'e..11 the kind wo keep.

pi"the""former. IB w.III..ld oonstltuUnR out In a Uiwn portion and of grove the tow IoU. regular monthly service da Ine drill. A whole band of gypsies: and l Treasurer Tax Collector, Tax WEATHER COUNTRY PRODUCE. Suppose you give *** a trial order for QBOCEttlES. W.

J '''.1.1& lilooka In width ,lying. between twoInkeelelte at W elaka. in costume will tube part in the per. Assessor, and Marshal. Polls, to be ...* >
lw t
FOIl oan at the
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crescent on the eatu lend lako Hlel'aou )I have an Idea will not grumble at.the prloi goods.
you
tba wo... The level ot lake att.lla law" teoblihor The trim formanoe. The Gypsie Queen, the opened at 8 o'clock a. m. and closedat 't
Uresoout Untie affori. yacht "Spray a and One hardly] knows whether to announce
lien Ibatot' lake star and fortune teller will be there, ,
sundown Will be held In council
tug i>areot Uralnngo. The waLurot .lake stalin beautiful little boat the
: : pleasure arrivals of all-wool winter weights
baa 114 smiraalnaiirlnKa and la kopftbeoIuIeIy as well -as the myrth provoking rooms. a. F. SPRAGUE now J. W. MILJ-ER }
pure by the town authttrltloa. who have. mn inlBUumoamtr to In any way ounlamlliat I It. Mayor.
The tlttntByfttein: Railway: tmiuhpa, the west lying fit the dock and is for charter will be given by the Crescent 'Xls of these we will spoak. Come
baukotlaka Btttlla two mUse from the tow it reasonable terms for destr Crescent City March 1st, 1902. CRESCENT CITY.
end Little ....amor oonveya" pnaHnnuerfl. lipid' parties City Discipline club under the direction -. -a.- and see thorn. We rnally have some
freight and from the Htatlon.town and Creuouut Clip Ing to make up a picnic party to of Mrs. J. W. Miller, and all A PHYSICIAN WHITES. gems In wash goods and the prices are --_ - -- -- "
the
Junction The trip by ateatmir railway. Ironi Palatka. or Jaoknon law, Creek. "'lid.other'. pqiuts of interest. who have attended previous entertainments "I v'ery reasonable The very latest pat. i iterne. of
desirous of If the New Stock
villa IB One., the moat delightful wafer rhine The Iltte boat has neat cabin am knowing profession Spring
of
You will not see duplicates
In the whole country' and the of this organization know can obtain Heroine In bulk for
takea this.: trip, IH held entranced from'II'rr'tiDulaa. lUicoinmodiilloiiH, for 20 passengers that; an evening of enjoyment is prescribing purposes? It boa been of them elsewhere In Putnam oouuty. 1

the ......At lOor a point leavaa nine the uilloa ttt Jnhlia eonth and of Valatk outer. and ought to secure a good buslnes in store. The admission will be 25 great use to me In treating oases of dis- :DE I GOODS:
'Peep river' a rather narrow but tortuous during the balance of the season pepsla brought on by excesses or over A Special.The ,
dream lined on either Bide by A tliluk gniwt) cents for adults and 15 cents for chil work. I have never known I Ik to fall In
of .esh and palmetto veritable' foreaRrlineval. There. nro'nmny points of Interes ;
oyprvaa.. The river ourvna are Rttaru and out of dren. The proceeds will be devoted restoring tho organs effected! to their best all-steel. cultivator made Just Opened at
aDd there la never a long loach 01, descent City which can onlybe to some good purpose by the club. healthful activity." COo per bottle at only f 4,.5,
water la elilllt. Attar nine' miles of travel reached by water, and the beautiful Ackornmn &; Stewart's Falatka and

the through broad thiN aol atream boantlfnl, the Lako Bteamer uraeoent.etnurgea A loft nil". Haw Creek, which. can only be The entertainment, and the time begins occupied at by 8o'clock Lounds' drug store Crescent City. Brinley Orange Plows C. li. GlFqViBERl1IN'S:
of an hour and A' all laurie thoj paaeenger aOreaoeut made boats '
City, the auiamor BouthornmoHlanding by. of light draft Is one the festival U one hour and 20 min Best grove plows made. ;,
The bout lanvea JackBouvllle att ain of the most beautiful. river rides in DR. H. C. WELCH
We Invite ladles Stock before
..er, Tuesday. Thursday and HaturdayPalatka utes. Let every body go.POMONA. the to exnnnlne: our purchasing elsewhere. New

the: boat leavee at 8 p creeuont m; tho same City on daya.Monday Retort, W 1115 dnawlay the 'hole country. ... Will be at his office In CRESCENT To PUTNAM COUNTY Stock of Summer Hats just arrived for Men and Boys.

and Friday at 7 a. m. arriving at FAJatka. Mr.and :Mrs. Clins. Barker of Pel- CITY and Saturdays PEOPLE. How about soma HamUloon. rowu Shoes? They wear like Iron. Every pair ,:
; on Thursdays Fridays
at 10 a. in. and At JULKMOUVIIIO" at 4DJOp I '
m. tHo paraou over tuck the ateanier Crewlent ham, NY. are In town for' a short guaranteed. ,>
( for creaoent City without experiencing stay and are guests at Crescent Inn. F. S. Hodges, of Green Cove' of each week. There are, no throo stores put together 1 Remember we aro headquarters' for the famous BuckaMa Breeches. They
new Btmaallons of ppanure| and a abort atop nth '
little olty makea any man or woman A lifelong Mr. and Mrs. Barker have always Springs, was In town Thursday in this county that would combine as wear fit a id (1:e entire satisfaction.
of Office on Central Avenue.
lover the plane.In liked W. J. Keown spent Sunday with 1 articles the people want as we .
the town proper are Come of the moa' Crescent City and have quite 1 many
beautiful homea to bo found In the elate and extensive grove' property Interests his family.A 1I I carry In our establishment. That's Baying Our Groceries are Always Fresh, and Prices Lowest. ,
the people are cultured nod proBporoua
There !' A good aohool, two ohiirohoa, <"laa.... here which now begins to assume an large party attended the cakewalk JOHN VINCENT D. O. B.1 'right' sroai.t." Just take a look through Crescent

p pal and pleaoant Fr.ebytori.ii-'I prlvato plnoea two where good hoUtla.bealdea board air of prospective profit. Mr. Bar and minstrel show at Satauma S 1 and Judge for yourself. c. L. Charc.1oer1.i.c.: : : ..,. City. '

can 1'.1...be. are obtained moderate.llotol Tire and people boarding. have hones pio.vlded ker also hits a fine buildinor lot on last Thursday night. HAUt rHILDRF.N'3 CUTT1KO WORK IS APPROVED: A hPEOIALTY.:: STYLES. Butter lies made anothor sharp ad

.well.kop golf'.. llnka for tho nntartnlu' Prospect street which Is whl'o -
) meat of thoee who like Ihli Atnuaemont.Ureooont neatly en- Mr. Chas. Plpler has purchased a The Chop luia renuntly boen equipped with vanco. Buy oleomargarine you
City hna, more orange grovoa than cloned and tended, and on which It fine new wheel. anew and modern ohalr and other comforts can at 23 GENTS.
any other town In the oounty.: orange oiilturela thought ha will sometime build a My "" .Ol'fl"ro kept In condition; only cloan a- New Goods
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the leading occupation of the peoi.lCauid I tin The-worst storm that ever visited towel are toed and oimtomori are uuaranleflil Dry :
quality of thiN fruit baa long boon regarded Mauporlor winter cottage. 'He'says now that
to that grown In any other aautlon of this vicinity came Monday night of perfect mill.fm'Hon. .
the. ......... Alinont every oltlxen of the plan If others can be Interested he will bone < Tbe C H. Preston CoM .
last week. It about 6 o'clock
ha A well kept grove,.many of whluh occupy of 10 to put pretty winter began '
the prone IOM of Incorporation whllaothursoltend upa. and a terrible wind rain, hall, thunder AND NOTIONS
the back. The merchant. home. In ,
Into country another year when Crescent Crescent City Florida. :
off Oreecont City aro live men. end thoy allow I and lightning came together,
atouka of goods: which would.. do credit to njiHiiyof City begins to shove forwar4
the larger titles of the BUM*. Living, In of its old time doing considerable damage. The New Clothing Black and Blue Woorsted Suits New Shoes :
cheaper tban almost. any othor town In. thoatato one orange. crops, It Is wind tore up a number of trees, and ,, y
more than likely this number will ManyPutnam '
The streets aro lined with ahnde' trees and also stripped off a large piece of tin all bought with care for Cash taking all the Discounts. i'
be found.
th native Ito o.k., and broad shell walk' tire easily :
laid'on the principal ..r...'.. Bicycle path roofing from Mr. Knowlton's store,

bred la many directions.Partlea ,. ._ Mr.; and :Mm. Miles Menander Dawson carrying It many rods away. Some They Can Be Yours '
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for In tltla Crearant paper City or winning desiring to.Z.ParPw to .ubaarlb Hall, take their departure thla week their foundations and some unroofd. County At a small profit. I invite you to call and look at my Stock.

their anbaerlitluiia thereto nmy leave their for Charlotte'N. C., at which place The turpentine men will Undoubtedly -

nanios poatofflce and money, who with la our Mr.authorised K. 1>. L.ounda agnnt.HItho Mrs. Dawson expects to spend a few lose most heavily by the
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weeks In 'a sanitarium.. This' little effect of the storm. It was a storm Merchants GROVE HALL. co-E.,. I'la.: Sla-be ac... .

lady who iit a popular favorite with that; would frighten anyone and we

sonaiandSodaflOver all OUT people' has had a very aerloud hope it will never be repeated.The Have gotten .-=" i------- _- -- -_- -- --

1 linens this winter and the anxiety dramatic club will present the For excellence location thin popular lintel

of the husband through It all baa in rama, entitled "Down by the Sea" The habit of I I. uiiuxoelliHl. From its broad veruiidiilmmagniniont ANY Pt

a manner been felt by our people all In Pomona Hall, on March 14th at view*are bud In Iii direction* ARE ( '
forty people attended the It overlook beautiful Cnwoent Luke on one l
of whom will watch for those favorable
8 I Admission 15 cents children
p. m. ; I nlde anil lake Stella on the otherIt '
charming
card party at V'I. A; Hall ln&t week. reports which they'leel Sending II '
sure 10 centa. Refreshments will follow I. a qlll.t. homelike place alwa. well YOU : -, HEAD
Mr. Oeo. W. Carpenter of Port will come to them from time to time the performance. The characterswill I tilled with Kuciita who enjoy the runt whirl : '

; Cheer N. Y.. Is expected here this from the sanitarium. During the be taken Away for title charming city alOud .
by people prominent ;
;'week. >osb two weeks Mrs. Dawson has In Pomona society. \ HUNTING-, --FIbHINU<: ,0 BICYCLING. DEAF ? ( Nt11; NOISES?

1 Mr. and Mm. W. S..Prior, of Como, been making rapid strides toward Two men on the Plant Systemwere Their MAGNiFICENT GOLF LINKS
recovery,.and her removal at this from the hotel. UHO of Ltuka troo
&[ were visitors and Shopperp/ town In town last week repairing the Two Weeks ALL CASES OF
time is simply to hasten the day of to IIoM vucflU.&onnon '
>.Saturday.! damage done the depot roof by the
her complete restoration. Both Mr opoiiN November lnt DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARINC
Mra.. C. Smith lifts gone to Beaumont storm.A Fine Every: room hal barn. occupied, during the
I | Texas, to Join her son Mr. and Mrs.: Dawson expect to return pMt I to HMIMOI.H and howe who doHlre nocominotliitlona ARE NOW CURABLEby
next winter, when the News trusts large number of men spent Saturday for the coining Mumm" HhouldtutilrroM
Elmer E-Smith Invention. those born deaf Incurable.
( our new Only are
they will be enabled to make up in afternoon in getting tho pine tin proprietor.William '

''< Mr. and Mra.Edwin. Gilbert spout enjoyment for all that pain and sickness tree off the school house. The Job HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY. ,:1

: a portion of lust week at Daytona and anxiety has cost them the tree: was blown over on the build. C. Norton F. A. WCRMAN. OP BALTIMORE SAYS '.

and St. Augustine. iresent season. Ing by the heavy wind, but no serius DAITIMORR Md, March 30. toot.Gtntltmtn "
Mr. M. M.' Vlckers .of Pnlatkn, damage was done. .*-Belnp! entirely cured of dent new, th..nk.lo your treatment, I will now give you '
full of h..d.t .liwcretionAbout .
Whenever a Mi-lory my cane to your
Work.We
j spent Sunday In town as the RiioBt Tom Sherley goes after Rev. Lawaon gave a very Interest. :. j Crescent City Fla. Rv in.this yeani ago entirely.mv rig It tear began. to"UR, and 111.. kept on getting worn, until I lost .
Ish he make business of my heariiiR ret p.
a
uf .1r. uud Mrs.'W.: A. BrtsselK getting lug talk on "The Work of the Chrlst- I underwent. a (rent me tit furc..fhrrh ..three month. without any....,..., conautlqd.'number -
hem. He l Is a better fisherman than of phymciRiin 1.11101"K oilier. file nioitt eminent tar upecmliHl, of usia city'who.. .1 .1..that
Mayor,Spragueliaa IHHu"sa Ills'procf'Jnmatlon Ian Endeavor "Society"'- last Sunday This comfortable only an o pern t inn could lielp me. arid even' that only teiuimnirily, that the head noise would
le is a sportsman. A sportsman have set CRESCENT I INN. Holol a now uiuUr then.ceafle, 'but; the. henrltiK, in tile afTecled: ear would: lie lout forever
.forhe annal town election. wouldn't work so 'hard and ''would evening. A society will soon be \ tb., imi.ment of I then aawyoitr ad\ertinement, accidentally in a New .r and ordered your treat
"j tli same can be Keen In thlll'paper. formed here. U...J C.Cook and Miss E.O. Walo, both ofChauuuquu ment. After: I had med It only: n few diiMt-nccordiitff.: :I tr>,voitr.rif."Ji.:: .., the '
lave' his real pleasure between tvdnv after five week my bcuriug I.h. llttemied ear liaa been entirely restored

:. Mr. unit Mrs. I. A. Boyd,, jroni'farot bitec! If he secured a string of 'The missionary society will meet Out to cure mnny passe. experience, N. Y. where hi they catering have to bud the heartily nnd bet to remtlu very tr..l1. A.yonr WIIRMAN. 1308. Broadway, :

/ Toronto Canada, were visitor, at eight or ten fish the sportsman would this month with Miss Helen Barnes coin tort ol visitor to the celebrated trekS Our treatment r7o0*.not interfere with your unttfit ILL.'I

>Orove'Hall tot. a day or 'Jtwo last'' more than likely have his photo. Wednesday evening of this week. This Habit. JhautauiUA Aaanmbly. "nd .t a
week. taken them p.CS The bonne has. been thoroughly renovated 8'.S1:\>t": ,: YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME : '
Trap with that he might
'" C01UO.Mr. ] and will afford a most pleasant home for INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC! 596 LA SALLE AYE. CHICAGO
_ Mrs..A. A. Calhoun, Jr.. after sev- Rue it as a sort of "exhibit A" on his We intendTo winter visitors.' The table la supplied with ,

leral week's visit with her mother, rlends when he sit down i la the Jewett of the beat the market affords. Kutos made i'
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('relatives and Jrlendehaa ;returned. evening to relate the story of his nephew of Mike, Denoy C. Rockwell, known on application. : 11I\

-t J to her home )lu Marluuna. wonderful success. Fishing with arrived on Friday The telegraph do it CRESCENT CITY, MALound's

Mr. Clins. D. Smith, the prominent Sherley means work for he has/ to wires throughout the north being so {\

-____J iferdllger man of. Long Island City, keep hauling in all the time. Last generally; down the messages about BygivingfIodern I Drug Store fq,

.N'T., and well-known, to our people Friday he spent the day on Lake .tss Rockwell's death were all doayed .

as a former winter visitor to Crescent and when he came home and Mr. Jewett arrived only Crescent City 'Ero

{Orescent City, was a guest- at Crus- hi the evening he had a boat load of Just in time for the funeral. i L'ASTOtHSI1INC

penf Inn for a couple of days last nil-115 of them. Not only did behave On Sunday afternoon at o'clock Offers visitors and citizens a OFFER !

_ week; .. the flan but he bad as a result ,....,..."_....",.......,.......CI..........-......, "
Rev.> J. K. Ford pastor of the M. E. line of redo.'brad,rnpv.fnt by Chm' .....,...,,,..,10."all 0...... Ioo1.eeFnth.Otrio.P
of Ills day. work the of two Complete ... .. ... .
carcasses btn IU U.1. prntlU of Oath %n<'
Hon, Wm. Ryan, ex-congressman lurch, preached a powerful and eloquent Work atmodest I _ ..'..,....n. _....... ...... \Ow..ui dinfl' kr..."" 0......aIr .. ,,... .
monster alligators of which ,
one Ut rrlco
thin wbn'on' *
I from Port Chester, N. Y., hits arrived sermon In the Baptist church '4EEAUTIFUIPRIZESIREE s' '
Measured 11 feet and one inch, and Toilet Articles :.JJ'WCTiB+mEm
at Grove Hall for a: several week to the women and Eb the Sunshine WIth.vq.fltiwI..evf.e.otOpterCQOtCIia5tiUmCLUa t
the other 10 feet long. : :: l.u
JI"JIM
_ Estfty. Mr. ,Byan haa large orange .. oclety. His subject wan "Concen H..fl4.to.lvrl.rtI.l.h'aSdpn.I..Fata................,....will.t n ABSOLCTRUT rHM njMrfJJh.toe.. .1 j.
___ SundriesAt _ .
m.r. -
And Druggist '
twO
[ Interests here and trated Consecrated Womanhood. -a-atm. =: ::
grove ; besides In Meniorlam. wind. wd,rt,|wn:Tmiin.renranvvmint:;? :: cad tM 4 lie.kt.pat.eflhd..ttikrt.Ir ,
W .._ a
[ this he likes the town and enjoys .There' was a good attendance of wo- Moderate Prices. .......Fin .1 |...1...M n<*t.will rMh.!IaflhIffllea.n Clew e....intveCft.Vl.pufle..1 t*>naln*>M"w*>Jj Jjntcfc.l .... '"
here. Peacefully quietly and painlesslyasaed and a few men. Mrs. A. W p___ t :' :: : : ,'= --
_ coining > away the soul of our dear sls- men mMt bVi..f par r l:nf buliM.7h:? : ; :.Il top clCbutton; .._ .i1
(Popular) of stock uUful ehi
our b
Tbs large part H *oMaf I pklralMTobnttoni I Jguhleh ln uidra*
Mrs. W.: :J. Norton entert neCJ' the ter. in Christ, Mrs.K. B. Huntington. Underwood sang excellently an ap. \ All.wailryhMvllyl4k. ..lu l I nUrwl All DIM pCIpI.4tuP.o.b-o, oCMtr .-_ ,)}
It "sunday February Sard at proprlate solo and 'Mrs. Ben). N. Is of reooal arrival. ..... cb.u 'hh..de.qrrtitourl."ttiupf.eottTCetold \\n l
La4Je., Jd Snolety'of the. walloon '- ( ) CltyOehPqn' flra.peih.h..ht'v I.'' elan' $12P0. ': ad :
_____ Presbyter l-day-the day"and hour she trad read tribute to Prices. WhUUf : COb.dthtPiU9: ; ...... 't
k Ian hurch'af Borne a hymn aa a .,.........dCe.aIONL$397 '
) on Friday after 'II
wished for she sHed from the We have lately been appointed Agent ,
po Bockwell. The -' ...Cl.on..o., .%... .._H.nll..I"I I I.
_ _J noon of last week it being the :regu- world of' the seen into the vaster Miss meeting wes for the American Bicycle Company and :.:",=:'' :: : :::'. ,,:";'..:': i:''::- ':;:. -:; ,
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'lar] monthly meeting of the society. calm of the unseen.' Full of years. led by :Mra. O. B. Boblnson. If your mind Is on wheels (not wheels in ___ -L "*"".noll>''n,-aj,.,.vi_'rtls, .4tbifnt. n. ..*._tlw.-.>ted.r. Pi.vt| .., ?,._' -i-ifee \
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j full of good works. a devoted wife a head mind you) come and let us ,:=ir. l. E D CC 1 I..r.-. iUd.' I..m.In fUln. P !* O-cuU.rsi : far 1
',. Tbere was a good attendance of the All that was mortal of Miss Dency We have your -* rntt ) :: -'" Mat :
:,:= : ; :: Ort* tatUy.D.
for ttow
loving: mother In the communion of how you what we can do you. PrlM of UOMM ant OlrM .topMilbla .vniibi VMM.
_ _j1 members and a profitable and pleas the' Holy Catholic church in the C. Rockwell was laid away in the I l>UTiUUKK'.f UidTJUULlIICQ Ct: **-l>ep.. .... 4J4 NortU CUrk Bt. __lilt

i h ant afternoon was the result. Coffee confidence of a certain faith, in a cemetery on Friday afternoon of last The Types +M """HH""' '' --- - ---, -- ---
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_ I, and cakes were served.i holy religious hope, In favour with week. The funeral services were .8 ;;
her God, and Iri charity with all the TH& ill NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR NOTICE ; APPLICATION FOB
M. K. and
held at the church alarge
,, i Quite a party of town people took world-"as we hope and trust"-she And all other : BACKET STORE m Tux Deed Under Soetloa 8 of Chajtor Tax Deed Under Section S of Chapter
U*ad vantage of an* excursion on the >asxed from this present world into umber of friends attended to pay has been getting ready 4888! Laws of FlorlJa.NoticeUherebyglvea. '4888 Laws of Florida...

l> little yacht Spray to. Palatka. last the Paradine of the Bleds d. Though their respect to the memory of a for the \\I Ii that W. O.Town- Notice Is hereby given that W. O.

'Saturday. Among those who 'went lOSBesslng ample means to make aJIHplaY.llhe good[ woman, one who haa exerted.a UptodateFacilities. Bend A Co., purchaser of TAX CertUI ate Townsend purchaser of Tax CertificateNo.
,[ < always was unobtrusive powerful Influence for Rood by her SPRING AND SUMMER m No. 1034,dated the 4th day of July. A.D.. 792, dated tbe 6th day of July A. D..
_ -were Mrs. :J. L. Burton and Mla 0110 pie in her taste and manner 01life. simple and unwavering faith whlob i Trade with new \I 1898! ha* filed said oertillosLs in my 1891 has Bled aald certificate In my office,
.Jessie, Miss Georgia Johnson and [ esteeming more the virtues of BATS and DRESS GOODS, office and baa made application for tax' and has made application for tax deedto

_ ? Mrs S. L., ijenham and daughters, the home find hearth.than- social notoriety was exemplified and enforced by the ; and aU kinds of deed to l lufluo In aooordanoa with law. Issue la accordance with law. Bald
or success rlghtuss of her walks and works. Said certificate embraces the following certificate embraces the following. de-
C and Mr. and Miss Malcolm' Mr C.
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No person knows the true extent of MI.s Rockwell was born on December 'Spose TRIMMINGS.We described property situated In Putnam ecrlbwl property situated in Putnam ,
1(..Marsh .and other' from Orove her benefactions, but from what has 28th 1810, and has lived In Como ,. you I I keep In touoh with all County Florida, to wit I Couniy. Florida, to wit: A'

.,llaH.Dr.. cropped out during the. sixteen years that Is up-to-date In Styles, Francis Richard Lot, Section 40, Township I Int. In Francis Richard Qrt. Section
of our acquaintance It' would, ap'l since 1982. For nearly three-quarters Send The beautiful finish of thisseason's 13, Range !SO( -1000 acres 40, Township U, Range 20--630 acres.
H. A.:NtchoU, of Ann Arbor, pear that nr> one In this section of' a century she was a. member ofthe your Tneuld land being aaaesaed at the Said land being assessed at the date '

Michigan, who with Mrs. Nichols la been a greater benefactor to the poor I church. Her memory will live .4 WASH GOODS com- j ; date of the Issuance of such certillcate of the Issuance of such certificate la- the '

mpeding'theeeaaout. at the Avenue than she. She has given and and the seed she planted will flour. Order now to mend them to the most fasttd- < In the name of R. O Cole EsL Uoleaa name of Ex. of Richard Ort. Unless said
that In th*, best possible way, by ot redeemed according certificate shall be redeemed according to
lout buyers hall be
oertlllcate
I House, Lake Como, was. In' town fork said
sh to all time and the harvest will
work for the of
furnishing people I Come la and see our goods. to law. tax deed will issue thereof law tax deed will Issue thereon on the
k short stay on Saturday With him his vicinity;and that often at !great be reaped by Him who giveth the the 10th day of April. A. D., 190i.! 10th day of April A. D., luoa.:
vas Mr. H. W. 'Wheeler, alHo of pecuniary loss to herself. Her ear Increase.Mr. Russelland Our prices put Competitors ontfearun. Witness my offIcial signature and seal Witness my .. signature and seal

Vnn !Arbor. 'These gentlemen. are and herpur.ie were ever open to every this the !35th day of February. A. D., this the'iSthday February, A. D. 1003.
tale of real and imaginary distress, Howard O. Gates, who has SIIAW. JOSEPH PRICE, -'
who ..VholaHot ,MRS. S. B. isxia.: [Swill]
spoilsmen ceo getting a- and, it*the failed hI discriminating been on a trip to EJ Paso, Texas, has \ I [Seal] .JOSEPH I'RIOE. Clerk Circuit Court,Putnam Co..Florida,
L of pleasure. In the woods and >between.two the vent aliowiad If reached borne again arriving on Sunday ......................... Clerk Ot. Ct. of Putnam CouDtj, Floilda.
raters of this -peninsula,.,and they he judgment was not, the heart was

,, a have Iota to say' In -pralaa of our Iwaya" right. Indeed this more -- --. -- --- -- -
than anything else ha endeared hero Mr. and Mrs. J. :J. Hankey, of Pe-
climate au4 our reop e. who knew her Though RAILWAY ::::=.. '
those best. tosky Mich., left on Friday of last Seed ti SOUThERN t

There has been', more than the abe often never deceived)seem and to have Imposed, !lout,(upon conflenca ., week for a short stay In Daytona before Vickers,. Reliable Garden ., Xo oooDootluo with Florida, East Coos' aDd Plant 8Tatem. ,

usual' numberi of ,trappa In" town In her kind. Though' eventually returning. home.srp.' I "Bail...Ad.ptH...11,. Soi far_ ___TO NEW YORK AND THE EAST 1INCunU.TI.cRIl1UIO.nd the WE5T.,

t during the past few weeke, with from experience, learning to P.m. waoh't'n .yir0.... ::1'f....

(Lwhom Maiahal IjWtlngor"\ has: been .eperatn the real from the' ..pnrlouel CHELDBaW'S Comics A1TD COUIH.: Palatka i ..SOUTHERN PLANTING.. I Litnt'd., E&P' Limileti genetIc uXSUU iN: :'
he never cberl..bedIdIY expe n.nv tiuiiy '
disposed to deal leniently, Jetting 'esentment even against those who Mrs. Joe lloOratb. 837 let St., Hutohnson A complete .a.d fr.H. itock of _- ___ -.- -- --- ---- 4Lv

[''them oH with the. simple admonition hat most abused her con.tence. Kan., writes: I have given Bal- News areas, C.b"Onl"..., Celery Tomatoes l .. Ofl.aodII tafBermuda 8' "R..ltn. .. 11 III 20 10 a e S 118 110 a a B'IS 10 P P LII', J..ck.lII.vll'$5 nl"n.' ., .. 10 5 .0.t8. 11.0 7.e p P '
a. .. P "
f to "move on." Tho last batoh, how-. 'Inapiteof the "deeeltfulnesa-of rich anj's Bore-hound Syrup to iny children .. kind of ..... for ganU.1 ...(! .. .Iaek.unvt'ie.Savannah,.... ." '. 4I1Opl lI6pUIII" a It.rl..vlll.. c Is a 7 neAr 1>'

_ fever, was; a trifle too tough, and'the en." and many'temptation to which for couRh and eold ;for the put four arid alwajra om hand Rlehmn"Va:: : ..' : ,Ic IS-. 'I ; :: :i : ;0.: p p (('hiesSo.'Irerinati.- : . : = : ,HaO..ltI".r.
We..lelngtofl
It our frail human nature years and fiort It the best medicine I Palatka ace OUT. ... ... 4Oap1is) a .
chance* are that the next one who e-xpoeps ONLY TaHBTaTO auto ...... .. .111' II\I1..l1e\\ lktroii .
few persons have used their means ever u. d." Unlike many onugh syrup aavTaVUMQai *.... Piriiwieiphi! 1.15.. p 1111 .a I III a PititriuhilT .... II Mdi p S oe. ., _
hows bis face In town will be taken more wisely and generously. And It oontalns DO opium, but will eooths'aDd SEED FARMS ,, New York ...,, _," 41 I... p-ie eM a .Ci.veiirui, ........., .. n ; 4S P

' before :Mayor," Spr"lI'tIe.who certainly a* whole her life.was ,lived well, heal any dIsease of tie throat or lungs Florida. THE EXCELSIOR 'I'he SOutherfl'I him Llmlt.od" forK: e' aped the ChieiegO Spatial" tn,. ilurthwe.t oiittthjuqie '
know bow to al'lVltb; them as and after its "fitfollever ,*"uro- hope Uokar than any other remedy 25o! 60o I 'Tile.ORIPPUNO BM04. CO. lratn. rinent raln' In n"'lUG" Vip.M..luee' ...rvl... en.rttke triiia. The.SouUirrrMeilcay .. \ ,
_ weliit P. O Baal SJ1 0. Ja ksMVin .Pta. baa be.krliOiir eat service. o\ppl to a. Tn',10",1' IlIrntlon. '
tbC .
and trust she and tl.OO at Ack.rmallSt."a" "
"sleeps awaiting _.. ...
weU M bow to make the lasiest of H.).\IA"; V, "'""D"" 1' All" p.
( -. >the dawn of th*!:v rla tlng Day, Palatka, anii touacl' drag store,. CrtfrowiCU l'.fl=Jj.rJ7cJArJdfl..JJat,1JrSIIJrSZfl ha. hay.1"J""k'-"D\U1" ,.

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old tan who sometimes has spells *x% *y-e Mrs. Oeo. E. Welch and guest Martin Griffin .& Co.

SAVIO rl fROM MAD NOOSE was allowed his liberty S Miss Virgle Phillips of Atlanta. Oa., ,

The spectacle was presented or siPliHsWITHDRAW3[ [: W Wfrom $ city Happenings and trip returned on the Monday Ocklawnha' morning river to from Silver a 1882-1902.

Personal mention.e twvv for
several citizens of Florahome, anyone ; $ Springs. Miss Phillips departs

y*' i A. D. TUB elil of floroMme e symptoms of whom of insanity showed than more the of the ao- e"'" *** pleasant her home visit this of afternoon two weeks, after in very this Cor. ZC.iom.oru.: : : and Water' : Sts.

Anna'Bard, of Norwalk, wasa city.
9fl,,> 1 1u cniHotl, spending a day and a night In Moyorolty Contest visitor to the city Tuesday.Col. ChiM. Sands, an attache of the WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN

nol go o to CMmooc old this man city in Inn a mad mad house effort to whose place only an R. W. Bard of Nashua was .a Palatka Inventor Telephone of a very novel Company can ,opener.Is the Sash, Doors, Blinds, Paints Oils, Leal Wire Plows Plow Fixtures, Cultivator.
Smooth ,
Iron Steel, Barbed Wire :
chargeable oflonse! consisted in get- THIS MAKES PLAIN SAIliNG fOR visitor in town lust Saturday and he has been granted a., patent has been on Wire, :Netting Staples,Tin Bo tIng, Corrugated Drills. Seeders, Hoes Bakes, Scythos,
Hug nervously ill after submitting to Dr. Frank McRae, of Melrose, was the same. The young man Booting, Tarred Booting Caper,

'' HIS 10 WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS a series of damnable persecutions transacting buslneHs town Saturday offered novelty large' manufacturing sums of money;concerns by several BoolDg( Nails. Sewer Pipe, Well Curb Snathes, Pot&toJl'erke, ,Shovels Spadot,

any one of which would be considered DR. GEORGE' E E. WELCH.The for his Idea, but he la not inclined to lag Cartridge", Chimney Shells Flue Powder Wads, Caps, Plek.Axes, Saws, Cutlery, ... Supplies,
p sufficient to make a Methodist school board held its sell out just yet.
The county shot .
Axe Handles -
Handles
Primers, Saw Packing, Files Pumps, Babbit Metal,
And the too Great Anxiety of His question as to who will be the at the
e? class leader" for the time being forge regular monthly meeting on Tues A surprise party was given Hake Handles, Hoe Handles
./c Friends (?)-God Save the Mark I I'f' his ecclesiastical ttundtng. next mayor of Palatka has been set home of Hon. B. P. Calhoun In the Hammer Handles, File Handles, Stoves Plumbago Woodenware Tinware, Gran.Iteware .
t ( .... Lied by the withdrawal of Mayor L. day.Mr. northern part of the city on Monday Stove Furnishings, Step Ladders, Cask
The News of last week made mention .aAlclero C. Stephens who authorizes: thq W. C. Cameron, of Slnco, was evening the event being In honor of Drawers. ,'lanterns and Burners.
\ ,luc Nominations.The the thirteenth birthday of Master
business in the last
of the commitment to the Insane transacting city
News to state that he will not be a Julian Calhoun. Quite a number of Remember we carry *
: l asylum at Chattahoochee, of Mr. A. democratic cauousses for the candidate before tonight's city con- week. little folks were present, and the

? D. Tucker of Florahoine. purpose of making aldermanlo nominations vention. John II. Livingston, of Holllster, evening was enjoyable one for all. The Celebrated O. K. Stoves and Ranges.IN .

He was pronounced insane by ann and electing! delegates to to All day yesterday It looked very was greeting friends in this city Numerous games were played and

?,d 1ny! # inquisition held before Judge M. 1. night's city convention were held In much like a stand-oil between Mr. Tueaeday.' refreshments served. OUR STEAM FITTING DEPARTMENTWE
4V the various wards lost Monday night. Mr. S. V. Warner and his daughter -
Coxe on Tuesday, February 26th Stephens and Dr. Welch. A 'close A large an attractive sign has been Carter
Miss Carrie Warner arrived CABBY A FULL LINE OF
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of the wards the
some notably
The committee appointed by the canvas. showed the delegation to be placed on the lIpuor store of J. D. from New York on Tuesday

Judge to determine his mental condl 1st, 2d,and 7th, there was some showof pretty evenly divided. At a late lUngham. evening and are guests of Dr. and Pip: 3FIttln.gr=' : 0-vxagres,

+4ef k tlon was composed of Dr. A. M. Steen, I competition for the honors, and hour last night, however, Mr. Stephens II[rs. F.. 8. Crlll. Miss Carter was ,
: Mrs. F. C. Waldron of Welaka.
of the late
the results Beamed to be cause for the adopted daughter '
1 Justice of the Peace C. I. Kowton Vo1vec lEtc.
knowing that the'contest wouldbe :
v I t much hilarity the streets next was a shopper in this city one day Cnpt. Carter of Como, at which placesha ] ,
and Deputy Sheriff R. L. Kennerly\: on close and feeling that as he had last week. made her home for several years, and Steam Fitting
1 These held that he Insane Jay. The hilarity was confined Will make a specialty ot Sanitary Plumbing
men was already been honored by two termsIn and where. she still own a pretty
largely to the followers of successfu Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Erwin,
There was nothing else for Judge ; office, came to the conclusion that prominent home."
) 1 Coxe to do but commit him to the candidates. From what the News people from Pomona, were in Many Improvements are being
he could not afford to engage in E.WILSON CEO E. WELOH, T. B. MERRILL
the last made at the base ball In the A; ,
park
could gather there seems to be two city Saturd.y.Oay /
''i, asylum. what some might construe to bean northwester of the city. All PBIISIJDlr.: Tic FnniDKNT. CABHUI.
4r ; I,' The Inquisition wan regular In form factions in the democracy of these unseemly contest for further honors Bros have Installed.a Troemner the scrubby part brush and palmetto

and according to the Htatuto. The wards-the Jennings and anti-Jen Hence determination to withdrawIn ball-bearing colfoe mill in their roots in enclosure have been removed THK National Bank

t statute provides that if five person nings f/lctlonll-but Just why any one favor of his opponent. down-town establishment.Miss > the diamond leveled and the Putnam

make allklnvlt that a person I is sot should want to ring the gentlemanfrom Among\ local/ politicians the actionof Georgia Johnson, principal of grandstand and fence repaired.. The
work has been done under the supervision -
Insane as to be incapable of self-con Tallahassee into the ward politics Mr.Stephens is stated to an ex- the Crescent City school, was a visitor of Manager P. M. Hagan.It Of FaJ.a.tls.ec:

trol, then tho county Judge shall np of Talatka is not made so clear. ample of political magnanimity to Palatka last Saturday Is said the opening game in this

4 point two citizens and a practicing According to our Information It was which is exceedingly rare. By some Thos. McRne, of Jacksonville was city will be between the Lake City We solicit tbe accounts of the people throughout Putnam County and tender all
the Jennings faction that "shot the nine and a local team, which Is soon
m' physician who constitute an examIning chute." The the It la said that he already had the paying his respects to a host of Pal- to be organized composed mostly of the courtesies and,accommodations consistent with good Banking.
following are nom-
committee. The committee doctor beaten. If this Is so It was atka friends one day last week. :, last year'a players, and a bang up
q r f examine the supposedly Insane person (nations. certainly an unprecedented act. It battle. with the sticks Is anticipated.The .
The Mellon residence at the
corner
and other witnesses and make In the First ward B. I. Gay was will be followed ba; "whooping street railway will put on a

report. If the Judge\ satisfied from nlmlnated over Capt. II. D.Mont-; harmony" In the local democracy. of Kirkland\: and Emmett streets car this week especially designed for
mollln by a vote of 29 to 15. is receiving a new coat of paint. excursions to the. Helglita.\ 'f lie car
the that the Is insane
f report person Mr.\ Stephens has made Palatka a '
tiU In the Second ward the contest Mrs. Estelle starts at 9:45: a. m. :2 and 8:20: p.m.,
I Rogers, a prominent
he shall and make order Kerosene
tS so adjudge good mayor. He will retire from and at other times when required.On empty Barrels
55 ii to the sheriff to deliver him to the was between Arthur B. Cartmel andB. office with honor and if the News business woman of' Fernandina, Sundays the car will start from

.k }I, asylum authorities. The act also J. Grooms. Cartmel was nominated mistakes not, he will be heard from spent several days in the city last the car house at 10:80: a. m. for the
of 28 to 10 for week. I churches and return at the close of
by vote Grooms \Nanted.Write
S If that the contest In '
provides person may again politics In which event he Dnr- .
the church service.
Episcopal
There was no contest in the Third The ladles of the Fortnightly club
If he desires and have witnesses will have
so a following. I Ing week days the time table will be
summoned In his behalf. ward and dipt. Jos. D. Points and .-.._- -.. will give a musicale at the home of made to suit the travel, and run the

+ There is no appeal In cases of this Robert James were nominated with- Church Social. Mrs. Martin Orlllln Friday after- strictly on schedule time. The present -
k out opposition.In noon. schedule Is at 8 and 10:30: a. m. MFO. CO.
Palatka
kind. MONKRIDOE Fla
Next Tuesday night the. Ladles and 1:30: and 8:40: p. m. from car ,
.'1'S his Ward Four, S. Kennerly andA. R. E. Neck went to East Palatkathe
i4 Mr. Tucker, through attorneys Aid society of St. James M. E. house. The cars and track are now
Walter M. Davis and Pat. H. Odum, Usina were nominated without church will give social at the residence first part of the week to take In good order and Mr. Craig states

t filed a petition before Circuit Court contest. photographic views for parties at that they will be kept so. Neat timecards
of Mr. and Mrs. Stelts Mrs .
( have been Issued for distribution
vji There were three candidates In the -
? Commissioned Strung thatplace.
; Henry asking Haughtons.) An .
Interesting
1 pro among patrons.
Fifth ward viz. Wm. Ivers
Walter
that a wrlt'of! habeas corpus be gramme will be rendered. Refreshments Mrs. L. A. Smith left yesterday forIeLand ... .

granted. This petition charged that Strange and Marts Kohl. The first will be served. An admission and Sauford at which places Millinery
$ Yl"- Opening

(,+ S5 A. D. Tucker was being deprived of two The were Sixth taken ward, and is a the fast other black left.pre- tee of ten cents will be chargedat she will spend a week with relativesand Miss Kate L. Lucas will !give her JUST RECEIVEDNEW For[' FRESH WESTERNAND

I r his liberty without due process 01 the door. It is hopdd many will friends. annual Spring opening; of Millineryand
4kak j'' ,N law; that he was adjudged insane cinct and there was consequentlyno Fancy Hoods on the
attend and enjoy a pleasant evening. 8. W. Rowley the San Mateo cigar Mare CROP OFLandrpth's
,w } without being given a chance to prepare democratic nomination.In .. ... manufacturer and of fine tobacco dates Friday and Saturday,
grower FLORIDA
MEATS
Ward seven T. O. Livingston llth and 151 li. A cordial invitation
for the inquisition or to summons Will Arrive Home business visitor In the
was a
,5s I nominated H. A. Davis Sunday. In extended to the ladles of Palatka Garden Seed
was over by
y' witnesses or employ an attor- Hon. Robt. W. Davis, member of city on Tuesday. and Putnam county to visit the store Go to the Palatka City Market.
!fi vote of 18 to 8.
1a to defend him that the inqulsltion on the above dates.
ney ;
+ _... congress from this district, together Mr. J. B. Donnely entertained a FOB (Wholesale and Retail)

S r r r was hastily and summarily con- A Dig 1)ei with his daughter, Miss Nellie, will i number of his friend at a birthday !Sacrifice' Sale of Furniture. THOS. HOLDEN Prop.
ducted; that he Is detained and ,
about to be deported to the asylum One of the largest business trans- arrive from Washington Sunday. Mr. supper last Friday evening at his I have bought the Furniture owned SPRING PLANTING Sausage Poultry Bacon

,4 against his will that he was denieda actions ever consummated In this' Davis has Important legal business home on Laurel street. by Mrs. '1''. N. Smith and otter ,

for his; he city was brought) to a head last Saturday demanding his atteutlon in Tallahassee Miss Anna Leddy, the trimmer at name for sale at a sacrifice. For Hams, Etc.

guardian persons, having when the Wilson Cypress and he Is simply taking advan- Miss Lucas' millinery parlors, has prices 118 Lemon call at my store Nos. Ill and 438 Lemon St.,. Palatka, Fla.
means; and that he has no right !St.: I. M. !MBYBB. M Store
R + appeal.On Company of this city purchased ofF tage of the occasion to pay his home retnrned from a month's trip to NewYork City Drug Phone 17.
town a visit. He will be in the state FOR SALE-One large mare mute,
'" the grounds mentioned in the S. Hodges of Green Cove Springsand and Is again at the hotel Sara
cheap for cosh.
Address R.EsTKP
from ten days to two weeks. ,
H. A Hodges of Satsuma .. Harry E. Stewart.
r petition Commissioner Strunz signed .. ... toga.Mr. Urandln, "'J. .
,, 'q'' the writ of habeas corpus, and Mr. Heights all their standing. cypress A Dollar James Upshure, representingJ. FOR SA-LE-Buff leghorn) chick. F. C. Corsets
Sixty
n, Tucker was brought before him timber. Haul. J. Jahnsou of Baltimore, was in ens, the best laying fowl in the mar- PRESCRIPTIONSCAREFULLY
? Thursday morning for preliminary The timber is all located on landsIn When the office of N. J. Tllgh town Teursday. Mr Upshure is for ket. J. T. KBKKT, Palatka Heights I n .h.

examination. The commissioner Putnam and St. Johns counties man & Sons was opened for business merly from Snow Hill, Md., and a 28 latest photographs. of yourself! COMPOUNDED. AMERICAN BEAUTIESW.

however, did not make any order and the amount, while not definitely Wednesday morning it was noticed fellow townsman of Mr. M. M. Vick- 8.for 25 Send cents.photoirraph Postpaid to any part from.of U. HvK .
copy
prefering to hear the case on its merits stated, is known to be upwards or that the safe door was slightly ajar CHAS. RANDALL STOCK Co., Atlanta r .,m In all!
80,000,000 feet. Examination showed that sixty dol- ers.The U a. TUB BEACH. .. sad
T ii., which was done. Palatka branch of the state 1C.
's ;1 The examination before the com For this timber the Wilson Cypress lars of the money known to have turpentine operators association held WANTED-Bright men and women Ocean House( NUP( ""r.'waeDYyton' ;;) .h.p... to At

missioner out InterestIng company paid the Messrs. Hodges been In the safe the night before was to represent us In each county Open all the year. HateiM.OO Loam pordaj.' v ry firfwr. .. ..
) brought some Its regular monthly meeting at the .and. town in this state. Good ...d .......
S side lights. fl2 ,noo. missing. Other money In the safe court house yesterday afternoon. and steady employment to right pay CHAS. KUPPERBDSCH. Prop'r. 00"..'!.old
It is the biggest timber deal madeIn had not been touched. The lock was under tkl
rz Mr. Tucker Is acknowledged to be Some twenty-five operators were parties. SOUTHERN! PUBLISHING
5 "r 'one of the ablest men In the Flora- this city in many years. uninjured.Mr. present.J. Co., Room 215. West Bdg.] Jackson moat liberal
k John Is ville, Fla. W ."".nt--
The does Q. not
purchase not include the Tllgbman positive .
3 home He has been "kick '
colony. a H. Wylle the nurseryman of Money r*.
er"-that is to say he has stood for mill of H. A. Hodges A Co., at Buffalo that he locked the safe the night funded after
Interlachen, in town Wednes
Bluff, but It means that that mil before, but thinks he did. was Eggs for Hatching. four 'W..he'
Line of
his rights. In doing this he has secured day... Mr. Wylle the New ,
R I will cease to cut cypress logs. Three men were under arrest yesterday says orangetrees Barred Rock trial If 00..... !.
1I ., the enmity of the powers In his section are almost In full Plymouth no better Spring
t- Because he had been imposed Mr. H. A. Hodges Is authority for but as there was no evidenceto anywhere, '1.1111( ) per setting. Writeor not satisfactory.,
upon hold them bloom and a good crop Is expectednext call on CHAS. Shirt Waists ;
the that his they let
statement will were go. They
'o company
'r
v .{ by toughs he remonstrated. Then season. E.ltOWTONj. LooK for this .
were of the and had a. Also
-+ he was persecuted. He was insulted now engage exclusively and extensively genus tramp Trod. Mark on
In pine lumber, and that within been seen about the mill the day be- Mr. W. W. Sparks of Indiana, Mr. Full Assortment Inalde of ooraet

ablebodied a year It will have In operationback fore. Mystery, but money's gone. Smith of Fitzgerald, 0...., and J. O. Summer and on box. ;; I

of A ..0. Speck of this city, composed a party
San Mateo one of the largest
i4 1 man insulted and-lau hed. Mr. pine mills in the country. The New Sunday School Books. that went gunning for ducks on the For Sale. Hamburg and Swiss HALAMAZOOCORSET _
w Tucker Is old and of highly nervous
The Young People's of the St. Johns river last Friday. They Embroideries and CO.
Hodges' own thousands of acres or Society ,
temperament. He became 111 Palms the beautiful
on account -
,
valuable pine timber land and their Presbyterian Sunday school have succeeded In killing '27 birds. Hosiery Solo M.h. r a
,, of his 111 treatment. While in Japanese Fern Balls, Geraniums. -
bed he raved some. He was 111 in future operations will be on exten- just added a considerable number. of Rev. and Mrs. Douglas Matthewsare Cain and Easter Just received at It aIamaaooMloh.
; sive scale. books to the library of the school tho day at San Mateo
spending ,
f ; ? this way three or four times during ... A These books are all new. fresh and the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lilies i !Pansy: 'p1l.llt8..ith/ Kate E. Cucas'. FOR SALE BY
the past six months. The testimony
uesiruuie varieties
Shell for Sidewalks.The attractive. Some of them are among ClarkHaev.: Mr. Matthews will hold many THE 8. E. BOND COMPANY.
showed that his
spells lasted from at the Piilntlca. Greenhouse -
Woman's Fortnightly club the latest issued from the religious; service at the Episcopal church there
_
three to four
days. They always!! occurred near union depot. -----------
1 has procured a lighter load of shell press. There are some choice his this evening.
at his own home. He never .
f- torical stories and these books By Mrs. C. B. Heston. U.Lone BAILSV. ' "' cot tt 4+ attacked any one on the street-never which will be disposed of at actual ; are Messrs. Richard Abplanalp, Robt.

,- i was ill on the street, and yet able- cost to parties la the city who wantto suited to all ages, tastes and grades, James and Roy E. Buky, and Mes- When it comes to
k repair or build sidewalks. The for children, young people, boys and G. lira x CO.
;W, ;, bodied men 20 years his Junior swore dames E. C. Jackson, Isabella Buky ma
; j, that they were afraid of him. shell was donated to the ladles by girls and for teachers and parents. and Mills Hattie Buky, composed a Learn to Write Well for ,
S Judge Vertrees and is being'lighter And a very pleasing experience to TABLE SUPPLIES$
It was charged at the examination i pleasant party that went to St. Fire Insurance:
_ r 1'm that he was gotten into town and ed to the city free of cost by Mr. A. the young workers l Is, not only the Augustine the first part of this week. as Cents.

", 'tYf a into the court house for the inquisition E. Wilson. The only cost to the ladleR knowledge that they have new booksto There are several cases of scarlet A Rmull mactmnlonl. dovtie Just Invented by Leading American and Foreign We bare an Idea that we can please
4 consist of the enjoy, but that the new posses- a l-rofomor In lltUdlutierit.Oermne..
handling-loading
by means of trickery, and that fever in the city, most of which, poorest puninun. a uplenilia writer. In and not
and unloading. This amount those sions are the fruit of their labors. fee uuyB.Enilonunl. a Companies. you, at the aame time, unnecessarily -
each and every man who signed the .. .., however, are of a mild type. The
who for the shell by prominent College President' deplete
apply are expectedto your exchequer.
i ( affidavit asking for the inquisition oases so far do not number over a and K.liiciicii: generally I in Europe and
r" f : pay pro rata, and this will be solittle The County Commissioners Amurli-f Neal pmtp,10 01 nrolpt,: of eanu Accident Insurance: To
+ was personally unfriendly to him. half dozen and are all doing well. In cola or .'tamp. State" whether, tar supply
< man,
That there was some ground for that all can avail themselvesof The regular meeting of the boardof The cases are not confined to chil, woman' or ohllil. Agents wanted on scary The
Traveler of
yy the opportunity to improve walks. county commissioners was held at and oomnilHHlon. Hartford
the the
charge was apparant by man- dren.
ner in which the examination before Many of the sidewalks- Palatkaare the court house on Tuesday, Presi- The revival service at the First Educational Mfj Co. Life Insurance: Wholesome Edibles
'the commissioner was conducted. It in a deplorable condition, and it dent A. S. Wlllard In the chair anda 118 R.4tb PHILADELPHIA,PA.
p; Baptist church Is still in
would seem that the opportunitythus full board present. The usual bills progress
l I" is a rare thinK for disinterested The Old Reliable'German a at moderate
; X parties with nightly meetings and a growing cost Is our ambition In
afforded for their betterment were presented ordered paid and the
4 to RO down in their pockets and Interest. The meetings will be con- m @lr d< life. The store U literally filled with
} m ,, hire an able lawyer to prosecute a should meet with the universal cooperation usual routine work transacted. tinued until Sunday.. last Sunday. Life" of New York. ,
of citizens. All Informa- A for good .
man for Insanity. That is what was : petition a bicycle path on the three members receivedfor ( thing
night
*+ done in this and the who tion concerning the shell and orders public road from Palatka to Penlel were Marine Insurance:
case
men
.
baptism.Mr. @ @\ IrI 1 1At GOOD TEA and COFFEE.
paid the attorney were the men who for it can be left at F, C. Cochraue'sx warn granted.A (

pt claimed to be "friends" of Mr. Tuck >ok store. proposition from John A. Crosbyto W. E. Smith Mrs. Mary M. The Leadimg Companies GOOD BUTTER
,., ROWTON'S
sell the county 800 copies of the Walcott, of Dover Mrs. Henry Wal- Palatka. Fla. ,
They have been his friends
S '1 er.but if the may poor old man can be delivered lJishc.p'Veecl Will Preach. Blomeseeker number of his paper cott of Harrington, and Dr. and Mrs. All Claims Promptly Finest of HAM and BACON.We .

t rW from them In future his qup Next Sunday will occur the an- San Mateo Item-waa accepted. The John A. Klump of WUliamsport, FOR SALE.An Settled.

A i of joy should be full. nual visitation of Rt. Rev. Edwin papers are to be distributed by the Del., were in the city Wednesdayen deliver goods to any partof

,ll The case was not completed until Gardner Weed, Bishop of Florida, Commissioner of Agriculture. The route for the Silver Springs via old established fruit and Office 98 Front St., FAUTXA. FLA. the City.

after 10 o'clock at night, when Mr. to St. Marks Episcopal church. The i paper mentioned contains much valuable the Ocklawaha.

Tucker was. discharged. order of services for the day will be information regarding Putnam Miss Grace RepLogle, who! for confectionery business. Corner

The airing which this case reoeiv as follows j Early celebration of county, and If properly placed oughtto some years past has occupied a position stand No. 601 Lemon street. Just arrived at L C

+ j4 ed before Commlasiiloner Strum: will Holy Communion 7:90: a. m. Morning result in good to the county. The aa stenographer In the OmC8' t cf Stephens

have good effect in this community prayer and sermon by the bishop, paper la well Illustrated. F. H. Hater thla city, left Wednesday Address Postoffice' box 252 F. A. Gerber & Sons ,

if ft but demonstrates that there Is 11 a. m. Evening prayer and con- The delinquent tax list for the year morning for lllnmt, where Phlatka Florida for

ttY' S a yet some show of liberty under the ermatlon 7:80: p. m. All are cordlaly 1001 was awarded to the Tlmes-Uer- she haa accepted .si position In the particulars Kirby and Morris Sts.

?4q# constitution in Putnam county. Invited. Bishop Weed is an eta ald of this city. Under the recent same branch of work mar 6-1m Full line of .

e s s } Chucking a man into the Insane 'quent and scholarly divine, and ruling of tbe comptroller the Hat of Miss Mary Taylor, a popular teacher -

.F asylum in order to get rid of him has there will undoubtedly be a general lands to be advertised this year will In the Methodist' Sunday school, Go-Carfs Art Sqnares

Y beeq rendered difficult. The News desire on the part of the people to be small.M. entertained'her class at the homeof I FOR _SALE. For Sale.

It states this and at the same time hear Mm.Meeting. M. Moore was appointed Rice Dr. H. R. Estea-on. : Oak street Desirable residence

: casts no reflection upon the honorable Creek bridge tender for one year from lust Thursday evening by giving a property Cabinet HardwareAnd One lot on Lemon

court having; original Jurisdic of Library Associa April 1st, next, at '18.00 per month. Sunday school party. All present in Pnlatka, situated on the corner upper
; feet
tion. .. street 50 feet front. 150
". of ,
River
: and
,ta' nice time. Dodge Sts.
report a
tion. That court acted strictly within -
everything found
in
Quick 8ule the Order. a first- deep with two on
There will be buildings
.y a meeting of the Pa- two hundred feet
the law. What reflection Is ins Mr. Fred .O. Uallton. of Chester-. : square, river

rat 1 tended aimed at the cotere of bandits latka Public Library association for The hustling John T. Bond Is engaged own, Maryland, a representative of lots in front. Inquire of the class Furniture Store, roperV-[ In business sectionof
s the annual election of officer in ceiling out the W. O. Snow
rit I who swore, in order to carry Room at the furniture stock. The estate must bewoundup the: Kent News, one ,of the leading owner, Mrs. J. Hallock Drake & city next to the Grainger
4 their that whole town stood Library Saturday, March 8, of that state 'll'MII1 '
point, a and goodsarebeingeiash- Journals the city
1, u ,' in Jeopardy of making a flying leap, at 4 p. m. All the members of the ed. People) who are in need of furniture last Friday, He left Saturday\ noon L83rd! St. and 8rd Ave. New Funeral Directorsand stand. Apply to or write

boll bent for .election, It one feeble association are earnestly requestedto can get some big bargains for a trip on the Ooklawahtt river York; or Henry: Strunz, SILAS SMITH,
be at this luring thU sale, '
present m eUng. ra1atk Fla. Embalmers '
bafora returning north r 'Box '73 FftUtka, FIAt


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