The Palatka weekly advertiser
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 Material Information
Title: The Palatka weekly advertiser
Portion of title: Palatka advertiser
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: March 13, 1902
Publication Date: -1902
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -Jan. 2, 1902.
General Note: Alex. E. Wattles, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Jan. 2, 1902.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33474840
lccn - sn 95047296
System ID: UF00087245:00010
 Related Items
Related Items: Palatka daily advertiser
Succeeded by: Crescent City news (Crescent City, Fla. : 1899)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)

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NEW SE11IES ,VOL. X, NO. 10. PALATKA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1902. 91. Per Year.


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GOINGS ON IN FLOKIUA.Umatllla Sti te Treasury James B. Whltfleld

at Fearnside's.ttliib World's News of the Week.Put hfl warded .lIIiJl.o0 to the Hucre-

[Always something doing l in shipping green pouts 'a yof McKinley Meinorlnlfund

Several car loads of lettuce left amount being the tolulsum collected
In, lorlcla for the National McKln
Gainesville for the north
on Monday

L men Correct Ideas .r< ; '" up in Smal Doses for Those 20 Live new Oak buildings Is prosperous In with of ereo-over ley The memorial sixth annual at Clnt Chautauqua n. as- '

\ : process Hambly h.1 been, In session' at Melbourne
the .; f Who Their Facts Boi1e.The .
the week and
during past
about dress who << '
are very ones i! ;! --. ---- ---.- The residence[ of O. B. Childs or the town hits been full of visitors
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0. DeLand was destroyed by fire last AH the hotels and boarding houses

appreciate certain points of nobbi-. If'' i :f1 .i1 runiovnl of snow In New York KURPIIU Kngley former attornoy- week. are full. The attendance is twice

hits COSt the municipality ..7U'.IH"I.The ( ( ). > neral of Colorado, under ex-Uov.
1(,' pr Dr. Nobles dentist that t>f any former year.
: James
_ that distinguish our I \ has been arrested charged prominent
ness garments
Hiipri'iim court of the United 'Vale. ion of perjury and released and watchmaker' at Ha-thorne. Mrs. Henry Daughtrey) of Fort Ogden :'

those sold dealers who } Hates lmn dll'hlrNI l l the Illinois Hull- on .aIMK! <>()O bond. Two men tesII l Is dead. : was bItten I by a black bottle "

_ from by pay fri1t trust law to bu UICOIHUtllonll.The I flied( that money wan' offered them Gainesville has a tlllcl\lllelgUe\ spider with a rod spot on Its back. ,

_ so little attention to their wants and ''Jj 1H United Slates cruiser Atlanta III Kngley'B a case ofllcB against to swear two men to ar.aniihllI ; politics.wlilfh In going to "flgger11 iu city Hundiiy just as she nllht.was getting She Into IH 'suffering bed last '.

HKHlstliitr In tliw naval
iilatiiuvere unable to re
_requirements when a new suit is off Mantel, In the Rio do la IlstR.Opn. rested for mine.stealing.from the Independence Miss Alice Roosevelt passed Ire.lty.he. and thinks. she will die. .,:.'

through Tnmpa on her way to Cuba Her husband was also bitten but Is "

of. Julius S. Kuley, proHldent of Odd lilrthplnce.-Mrs. Charles T. last Tuesday.Tho getting better. _.
thought the Enter Orgitii' Co., I In mild hi Hrut.leboro .
_ _. wins 67 years old. n.ot.lf Kaxt: 01'111' N. J., went to first crate of Htrlwberrle. for Frank S. Turner was drowned
New York tho diiy to witnessa the season was shipped, flout I.awtey Willie crossing the Withhtcboochee<

Our new Spring Ukigbt Clothes : Smallpox Ims made ItH nptiearntiCH performance "Othello." A young nst Saturday.The river on I ferry, boat at Stockers Ferry
In the TumbH New York mid
prlm>u gentleman dechl.1 to PRY tier It visit last Thursday. He was sitting in
11)2) prlHonrrx liad to bare their arum without consulting State Iitriiuttlturutl.society'
clrcll..IRnc"s. ils the lint boat when
buggy on ferry
For men and youths are marvels }' for vaccination.Kdwiird so slio was hurried from the theater will hold Its annual convention In the horse hBcame unmanageable and

wenlthy tonto-. to Carnegie hall. They. g. has been Tampa In May backed off the river. leceinetl -

in Style and Finish. We have all Illn. Ims docidcd Tlck.l I to ti-fiay the en mimed leoigu, Ignnt PaderewiiklCoot The Grand Lodge Knights of Pyth. ) served'nt" Hpanlsh-Amerl-

: oxpmixe of establisiting a, Tree [ in revenge, perhaps.The his, over IHMI' Is. holding 1111- can war as a member of Company A.

that is in and Flannels. American I capital: In Purls.Oranville IIRIseH.lol In 8troll.". Krst .'lul'lll regiment.
new Serges poxf master at <'olonla, N. J., .

t W. Lolii'iton, teller of a suburb of Metucheu, has made an Lakeland people are Hhlpplnl -.e.-- -

Im MatlonalTriKlvrH bunk PortlRld. nllltlavlt. that he IIIIH. destroyed by treat quantities of II *A Legal Gent.

81 ttnlne, I U IIldIfl'r"Kt. a Soi ". fire uncanculud United Status pustage ire making big money.
ud extent of ( worth tiMKJ< and other articles Judge Mnrmaduke H. Dent haa
_ We sole agents of the celebrated stamps
are lbfllier
In I lie Colonla valued The store of Arnold & Sullivan at Kent out from that migUHt and sedate

Secretary LOlI of th. navy lots at $2lWi0.( ) The pOltolce. waitordered White City him* been totally destroyed body, the Went Virginia supreme

Hanan & Son's Shoes for Hen. endernd his | bid theirenldont by the helith poHtniastor board to burn by fire, with no Insurance. court of appeals at Charleston a gem

.... [ hll iiccentud it.Viti. II. ever.thh.1 III the bul\lng. owing to Col. J. D. Culhoun formerly editorof In the way of a declxlon wherein he -'

They combine exclusive style and wearing qualities.A slated Moody for, the place.of MiiimHcluisutta. IH ..lutlIJVX the poxtmiutter's family the of'Tampa Hcrnl,1 board, Is of now trade.HcCI'e.wry departs ,front' gives the an traditionally exposition of tech law

great variety other shoes for men and youths.See The supreme court hag Maj. Ferdinand WaUin. E..teriluy.who Tampa HO refreshingly simple and amusing
held Ildil81 inortfr.nire deduction law confeHHed tliat ha furled the .Mrc'. M. K. Mullen has been appointed that lie who runs may read and '3 3laugh.

the Genuine Panama Hal. we are show- constitutional. The law Is the one Dreyfus bordereau, has, aC'or llg to postmaster at 11.lr.HI to The dec-talon has caused amid
ucceed her husband last '
the Herald -
been seen In New Yolk sensationHtmong the lawyers,
from taxation
ing. They combine comfort and style and will lasta exempting to tho amount of nioilgagodproperty 700. city. He .said to have spent two month.An has brought the jtulgn so. prominently 1-

life time. We also have the Porto Rican Panama hours. In I Brondwuy restaurant In electrics trolley line' Io before the people '145. I Jnrl.tLhat.
VniIons net societies of New York animated conversation. with b.lnl although lie tlu4'bitly
I young
between S
projected> to run I .
Hat. have begun' an organized movement lan nnd woman. Knterha/y was md Klsslmiuee, a distance of over crat on the supreme bench, he hIllS
to carry before. congress their plea c'tvsxed! and bin features miles. been elected president by his republican

Neckwear, Shirts, Etc. for the removal the tariff on worksof shabbiy thin; 4 colleagues. :J

the old mter.and Btatuury. The streets of Key West are to besprinkled The ""H. at point originated in :
President Roosevelt his signed his regularly from time street Moore made i
Fearnside Co. Prince. Henry of Pru"KII wound up first veto, that declining to tracks and the county. El
& :Ea1a'tka_ ltd. American tour at Philadelphia the of desertion from the remov. railway leased. people are'* an assignment cr.dltorM. hut {
1a > hoped to reserve from the
on Monduy, when he vtalted liuleendonce -
val i record of John Ulmm, who served
and Senator T. C. of Now York reck. Accordingly he got his fato- "
> Klilpard. -
Hal Crumps' In tho between the atates. The PIAt
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)' lie for on Tues pent Monday at Kay er-in-Iaw, the Hev. Anthony luHte, -;
"The ot the ho
An prdtnancefl and aontanoe, tnoludlnff the costs Allowed l. thanames Registration Notice. pro..ldelty..: names el. en route 1amr" for a to: 'Invent this secret \ '
of all wltnuMtoa. sworn on the nut and day.The veteianH< who fought In the civil war HeI. lands for his danghter. Clara' wife of "
fl Rllf(} A MUNICIPAL! ; COURT IN TREJ31TT nil other proceedings' had by and .before him inoclt The Olty R..I..r..n J.wi ba open at \Vomnn suffrage amendment make the hOlor list of the republic, brief assignee.; Hut the reverend sire' "
OP AND riljVlDlNCi CItes. and lie shall slgu hIs name theretoaftor ... from tt m. on 'the and .
&RH' II.J'ALd'.KA. condoning' JuUgmenu Ih.C..I.. .., Saturday,March intt Monday, has met Its HrHt defeat in the Iowa I am not willing to put upon it Edmund C. We.kl has been conI neatly bought the land at a low figure ,
Hue, lv...All ui.ilo porauns. Imprisoned l In thaoliy ).loWI"arUi, Saturday, March *Hth' i Mniidnylitrub house committee on amendments the name" of a man unworthy of the fined I by the U. H. Snnate as Sur and kept It. His chitughmterbrought
B It ordained by like Mayur and aUF ooun alt .
{Mmulty* uf ....I..,..., or J.J.II tidIer, autonua to'pay .a of lIne tho may municipal be I employed: oo irs lutbi I Sfttilrday' Mrvrolt lAthi Monday, and Butfrage. which decided to rec.olilnielltl high position.. veyor-General of vice Genral null in the circuit court and ".
March kandt l'lorldl.
Hnturday Monday
f Hi/]'usTh... municipal' I r,ure be and InI M"II ITtbt It for indefinite the
poHtponenent. to
out. She
: b y the direction of tile mayor at labor upon tbaIrenta U41II anil from I a. m. tu sundown onthIturday 8c supreme .
Although Prlnt'rt ls understood 11.t.
for the of.4t Henry
ft r by t blUli d lit aud .II olty works of the ,
.. .... Plorlln.' for the tr.nl ut all ..rrv"... or public ulty.Hwi. Match SWlb IIUH.B. court and won, the lower court being ,.'
\ 1'.1. ( '. IJ-'ih* inuniclpnl" judga shall hoc L. KENNERI.Y, to have drunk and smoked' and The state convention of Sundaychool
., bits front
I". mun.ulpal.. orcllunnceu. .' ald 1 city. bower in I'.nOrn: remit any: flue Imposed tilt .... Secretary limit lu conformity with humiliated his old filend, Admiral workers (umiieumomitlmuttitImalwill : ) reversed. Here are some '
I.f MlU .u1 .11 bw l 'oieil by Ibo iy: him In :, when In his Judic .. Judge Dents judicial' philosophy!
tna titwit' .. uf said city tritcli,, y,,ar tin *..... after mint,allah pardon or r part..ml.nUns would ba Just 'I..HI'llco'rtleltly made to VRI"Olll JvlnK. tuft standstill In the Pact be helin Gainesville April Hth "This a suit from the
- :: eloci.on ot sold oily: N.pratiilnablf' and or for the Intermit of the city.IiEtJ.l't1i.o NOTICE.At committees congress, has arranged two unuincial Information In and peaceful
nn of ofllutt Hhall be oIIey.ar aiid uutll I municipal: Judice I, baiaby' au. for n gradual of the mllltiry diplomatic circles 'Is that the princehimself Ilh next. 1 shades of county insthtuted -
1 blH nit4>aa:- uraititttl bnv. been etwtuid: AnUiiual* thorUed. and .......,w.rod by his mandate. ., warrantor force in lclol to is Arrangements Seven "moonshine" stills have i by Clara, intermarried' with Eli-
I itftHt. Any t100Itttod .IooloroeoI.t ally I Iwon. tIle chief ot heM In th.ounull lhUI'llue. not entirely escaping. -
o.bor proceMs directed to kmootlnsotths OUT of Montrose, her
been In the latwoods( Moore
4 My, 'one y 'tr. i>( ago. wiiu has a K;MMI moral pollne.or other police ofllcers ot said city, tu (; Ultttrabnr O..uD.1, imii. the ibuut :, ''4vbaraotoraId iwiiipsteot la Ulaulmrtfa rtuohit : jiimont, Jelferson county, by Unltod'Stat"s the Rev. Anthony Muxtoe rl.ta.
bane brought before him forthwith, any person hoard inpluWfl the revlHltm nf the City 150gb.xatiOfl ** to upon his return to Her-
"ull. .n..U""rlilblo to olratlim. lu Mitt onioi orperconeohcrgod on oath with a breath of. ( whtoh lbs following nmue. D.V.. K. Noyes was arrested" in IIh'm detectives. near the happy land of'Canaan, the
''..., ofvaM ouurt aball. fuolr.. a salary 1..lrl go at once to a fmnouu sanitarium I
ir Jiidtfu the city urdluaucua. .and he IB authorised. to raquire wore. iaraboo, WU., !recently chanted many neighboring county of Tucker.
.22Oe two .bunUrwlittillnrH. eryearan. hlncuni|'ouS > by usiml. process known tu courts. lhaaiUHiilftuueof WAHU No. OIK ((1)-Arterlon, LA.I Boyle' to ''bollout." 'rhe Russian bark Lutto from Uarelona .
with his mother'H( to dlsIgured. [
... forging nainn "Ell entered the contest badly -
.wtton whlob ".U be paid by ic) nit? by witnesses, tu lnilnlaUir oaths. Mftiki, Gurry A. D.I Fox. u. \V V.. fi
notably puyiuonii: HalU: Jndii may ouuveua to Inquire or oxamlna Into Uia -' faultyuf ( Uenr/i lloberb, W. MOlo"I.', note for f iSOO.< ) lie IH a brother to Arhur The Jury In the cane of Dr. OrvllleI. Sllaifliti In port at Jak.on.1 The backbone of his evl- '
>. upon salJ munlalpnl. oourt at Dlnuo'chiolt a. such cbnrgei and ..I dattrmlua ro-::: the et I* i"N'n, u. ti: "altors, W. T. .II' II. Noy a, who lost. his position Ille loading with deal planks for lence had been by the
4 .. ; : I. Burnett who I has been trial' in bl'Olel
d ut I" oilyta.oUiuti on
.At uf vault day Huutttty vxQ pt' ) denon. iba gull. or Innoounae. of the "aucusud (AllllnrMin. J. AllumH. Valencia
oUiintbr. o.V..ald oily, or at Huh piano and rt* the penalty within tbo limlta presarlbM V.i Gluten,J. III 1 (} i Win. UH Judge In Alaska. Chicago, charged with the murderof Spain. obstruction put in way the execution -
.,;...'kan. tony bo 4iooiynatod: ) by aalu Oily o .. uurpoHOolunHiliitt all oomplnluui uitalnutianjr same. 11.1 .. Wm.l June. L. 1> I Rellnr, A i.i| under seal solemn acts wliloli cannot -
vi pnrauu or p ri>uu. for. Iliti violation ut. any ".". 11"- Wlmessea, who may. be .ubiK>euae.l (acres', cluw i Lumiiklnii, 'Jooi Hlle, T. M.1:i N. J., victim of consumption, took Tenn., returned I verdict of of baa becl acquitted' .and
lf! B orfli' .uia. or OrdtflhliOS. ot _,,1 oily j/'n .
1'1'' ..>*.i>aiahall. b* tried bysahl .d" or per HHtlim as provldod by law for witnesses In Jua- Slllltn, r.J.t HtrlyllllK, W. M.. Tucker, J. H. cuied of both now. Smallpox be sent to the penitentiary for larlties while In otliu. which he is not estopped from tElngthe
I nun ....11..1110 b''. piano, lu .nll"'F flhoUOtl. tine peace oouru of the. stale of Florida. exceptthey WAIl NO.TUHKKI't>-.oone, Ptititri' UnverdaU I I. truth-and not great
\Jn oa*.i>l Mluktietu' abaaniwor.' u.liar dlitubllUy.:: shah rwolvo no mllunue. Tbeclork, of snltloourt Wnt.t, bone;P. Li t Elil.r,U.II.i Ddanauy, p. J. .1 rove away consumption and ''tKol lo yearn.. Burnett and the womanhim A six story building to be erect- In addition I number hardship
Ell. a
f to axil of ttivmuiilulpHl Judg tthe miyorof .l.l shall. retolva. as his ouiupuuautluu. tot Mlbihell J. J.| M.L.'F. U. A.I, l..ow, W.U.I .yielded to treatment agreed to commit suicide together ed at the corner of and Main I on hi.
aball appoint a txmiputeut |)' rua to ant aa Bay them two
- .It1 : : such services a. ba mayreudentherutu tba sum B.0. In a hotel, but he had neighbors notably among
. duRi JudKttf and tile iuoyurllt.t4. Utivupowol'. I h> of tOe dollars. por month.HKO. 'ru'.nn.W..No. Flllm (4-Adam.. U. ..1 Boor, A. Supt J. C. Crlnd"l. of the {TnU.,1Slateslndiln weakened and Chicago allow ed the togo street, JlckHonvlle. and a local pt. of his brothers-in-law pas sons, who
!4' tot"vl1 .eumpot001 p.r000 loauiiti piactf. 10-1'bat all omiuanoea' and parts' of or 0.. Uitllntcer* u. 8.i ftnrwood U. Di Urunberry, N. woman per CRUl ." to \ his
.4 "laid ,Judtfa and tho .pvrnunaoapiiolntud wballi dl niiiiotMt lu conn:lot with title provlHluu: of this .i. IC.iHtughtonM.H.iLumpkttia. U., lt H.LnhlJ'e. I it alone. scraper. are in a position know say'
poWer and authority W.Ow"b oourt.nlmil ordinance "tw: and are repealed. kin. J.S.I, Alung.r, A. 11.i Muutine.. L..mp, : ., hlH recllved word >reInutH Joe Fllmon of Tampa has been arrested reputation for truth and veracity la
9, bu ve..ivd wltb ot outoiolpaljudi. a Passed: : lu opau IItfr.. ::; .let day of Yeb.ljtIi. tululitii *. 1.1 i H..r.M. w., Smltb. K. J.iSlllv (' In northern TIIOH county that Walter Ramsey, of New York, for perjury. In procuring tot of the best and they do not hesl-

MJ. *_All' pa.t.oa. tried In ..... ouurt who Attest. Preslilunt, A.of M.City HfKKN Uouticll., WARD, J. K.I No., Vive... (I)- I.i.O.UI., ,; '1'.N.i Flniin, T.D II n I) children had' tiled there the IJstlew w'nt.. a because his jealous. narrlage license lie swore that the I tate to declare fiat they would hot

11 be .acqultutd of Iba olTeuBe chanted J N. BLACK WELI-, Clerk. .I .."".. ,M.I 'lkoolO....| Jolly J. W.i, dayM of diphtheria.Jchn wile put pepper In the hair of a young lady, who 'IH only lit, was believe him under oath.
, Uuitt thaiuvbnll atouu lm dlHuliurtfod.' AllJhoio [Seall Lucas,.. .i ., .101111. w. if.I N.t.N young lady and accused him of clandestine older. "The evidence tend to show that
....1".01. oy said court.b.II tartbwltnr Moroni], 10, and Clrace lllnhop,
4 Approval lob n..d 1IW9. L.O. 8TEPHKNS Di I'.inorm, J. A M.| Hun. when he sneeited.NValter Mustoe does little -
while Pa a preachjig
- all Amos .and web a*.iwied against ilittm, Mayor. A:I Sinlin, Rilwanli i Hauls, ).,tin. .Jr., have heeil married in Koxhury, IIM..llg
work of
The for has
Banker : boring com
, Tafiuilt whereof thieF may bo ooinmUtod.ivldedi ... 01 trying to (rather the lost sheep
' WABDN >.NiZ (")-Am. Boot, AI x>tuUar, 'onn. walked 15 from but.r Ime..ol
Thai It ...".. p010011 ahaU appnalhla pMDlNhi. Austin, Wtn.t Asb 1' llaiulim, sS They ml1 Me Milieu, Rld wife) and menced at Carrabelle. company i Into the, fold, and one eye on the
Sk. throe day. from tba' jiidBiimnt uf lutow& Its An OrdinanceTO I o..mIIIK" W. Mi o..ler, D.t DavId. Torrlngtvn with angry parents all girl are employed in the same house has an 80 foot derrick on the ground early gates. where.the wicked cense
itieyoi.uhii.ereloaood uponeutanios| Blpo' iLl Kuu, U. N.I Hal.on but In sight nil the They will
and l Is bore I
1.1. ..n.R. rigged to to
Walter his a depth
doUbiOamohila and at
ii. IM the
wltl.tfooU AUdBUQlil4>nt mtrtY( PROVIDE 1IUB4 FOB HOf.DIHOriOMH ELEO. I ... Wm.i UotHlHolu UtlmaH, ohlmbprmad says from troubling weary are
... .. WFI. be Heparated before being
o. Hue aud CostS. a ea..ea agalnBtj INTlIBCirYVV PALAIHA FOR TH a dnm.1, Or...Ib'h..rd, Or.. "., Uurrliinion < forgiven. wife ole strewed pepper on the floor 8,001) feet. rest, he keeps the other to the wind-
_oundltluDud to appear. betur the court uih > FLIUJ'i 11014 0V Al.1CtI'YOFb'iWALOV T8 avl'JlI i J. W.i Janiae, .i O'Donovan llotisa for his Ju ist before a reception In ward 'In an endeavor to make friends
iii, anela appenled and to abide by and : ow 7LIUUIA.Be l.iikln, : Win.t Jauknon.Jameai Jonua, .l.r,. f"monl Iclllen'l PreMllent Forbes of Stetson Uni
... tb.'tvdRoiueut vtiwrwof..u. lust, Luuaa Wm.i Lucaa w. J.I Means, connection with the Fenian raid inanada IIUHB, hoping to catch IKblld versity h.u presented a complete setof with the mainmoii of unrlghteousicss. -
tha noil and lbs
-'ilieolurfcuf' ihnotiy oouiicll shall beiolerkof it ortlalned by oily eon hud Ills font at lid time other woman In a sneezing While to two
tlunaanHaini Mixira Jobni Molntrah. JolintMIOillalon ( amputated trying serve
Chambers's to the
-, Ibo city' court,. ami ahall. .ko..p a mayor of the city of ""I.'k", Florida i M.i.eeni\ : : encyclopedia '
4 at upuawhloii ah..U .beouutred .ail cauaua HKOifiiN 1-That the. first Tuesday slIer lb.a"I.oml.o. llmt Ntilaon Vmraon M. A.I pipidc. Win | Colorado Spring the operation beIng snare. Instead, the aristocratic public library recently established masters he gives his present allegiance .
In raid. ouurt aid dual...* Nhall' .lw w April of each and every year PatMul Kilwanli I>.vl4i 5, ltiharis U., J.J.t E.I SannilHru L..I, necessitated by gangrene. Some gtleste nearly sneezed themselves to it Lake Helen. to the one he can see, tlte. .
a .iopi'll' emerIes horton, the style o( *>a iboaule shall be a..ne.election day of said cIty for ..llnooo SiullU, A. In expressed of his eath. smell and the
:1: nfPulAlka IS.; L.' Seller, (loubt recovery. fOIl and puts
: be elnotlnn oily officiate for the city
': the nature oi thooiTniiMo. tile judcmoiitof ;
...... of thaqimllllud K.i speed, M.I Wontan, ''H.t'I'I Jo.aphl The cocking main at Sportsmans'ark with little preaching and .
tbe court the .amount electors of said at a gnnoral ..1.0.ti. W.h.ollt..I.l> | Wlbll.k. I. K. H. 1.II"oln. a graduute lurphy. Tampa him been by -'
iM .U.S......'notion uC Uttt lutlnmaiit, whulbur ly cIty ., destroyed of more convenient season. <
( >- V.t. DnUlor incated Yokohama
aouifC.lU.tl ur by ....,..which. U..o... beheldliiand .8 divinity ban pleaded nt JSP'II. Ire. been famous for
1000101 floe.cud vunit' or .ob.l.cUm.0".1 a
{ L.T IlaxM'il.J.U.i halls W1,1rcoiti, I h.u place "He makes big effort to outswear
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"I ou or reml..o of the ally Judtfii. Tbu by ald Oily. "101. ,lop, ilrown'l'.ii.i, Oannalt T K.I ,. guilty to forgery in llimton and asks the Methodist protestant blRrl of chickens edification. I His attainments
'" t; ball alao Show the itainu of ,",, wit-' of said. olty.BIHI. the. .. ot 1. J.i,Wi... A. J.1 V.'I. ... ".. 0. .1 mercy on the ground that he comnitted foreign missions in PittHburg recent tghthll for..he several other wltle..eH.
tibatat mealing .
1 ezattinOd la ""h OAVV and ItO dale ot ',. Tampa sports. In tills hardlywin
1 1i Silo cIty' council of.. arl..ul. each gHuoralale lYtllyersJ. i.| A.t t Vuwttir p. s.1 the crime to get money to Iy of the wonderful reform movenent wil

;" ,, .ai i....grautml.::Aa nit Mi and ooKUHhall be % .part 01ye.enu.ots.tdOityanii .ill<>u of. soul city an "aforesaid the said city I"wr., B.U.W 1.ouy. ttrlnln, L.. P,. Uenryi Urooma,i.re.l.J. K.t Wm Oant-i pay for his education for the profea- now In progress in' Japan. For A road 80 feet wide reaching from him I crown when pronent --
i : :: the
4' Khali be paid lu ..,ulI..1 shall. proceed to shout alt city ofllulalsof ? T.; Hililnotl.' Joe Ulltfulua.. B:...,. Hl.biiMHuuay of preaching the ninv hundred years tha fathers In 'untu Gordu' to' Fort Ogden and ilH'credentlalxat golden gae -
oily (r.a.uror ot aald city' by tile dullwitlnik said"cIty, olty councIl, witfwta' gilder.I.II..D.Old ScOur I. required ortlinanoeaoiaid to be by rl'| R.d", .. U. U.| Hunoouk 1>: P., ii.l"ii; lon gospel. Japan. ;; tIBVbeeilli owed .'yJ law to thence to Nocatee IH being built the New Jerusalem. The Undd nook '
i Ii. 11.1 Megan, W. IIttnhis ii, J A.i A )" from Fort limit on saitli. there in a place c .v.
> Th..lark .ball return and fit* wtuirolwrk any In IllS eveulftitld city oounull should Buys ell their d/UKhtl" to disorderly with a road machine. The road will
of the appelato count wltbla three 1,11 ulict snub, oily olllulala' or any of them thIn Janlos, 14.1.1, ..b..j;iLl Ii, j"h"."",, 1.n. 0.1 1., Jones Jot. (Cleat excitement exists over the discovery louses.One of the girls escaped Le a good one when completed. hoHoever loveth and maketh I lie, -

4 b"I'lbD.t'!: In all oases appealed, sod .1.first.. regiilitr. meeting nf said 0..1. JanIce1' .lthas. ,,.. .. LW.i KntiiV. A. U.i. at Higliwood, Mont., of an about year ago and took refuge and they shall In nowise enter there
on Uia warmitt In aab oaeeft lIt., oxilonrn from day to day ,H. E.t i : J. Murpliy. extensive deposit of what I W. H. Thornton an aged and re. in. .4-.
,,4 aamoeof(itS wltaoeeeeonbohalfotlbeoliy.iu. oOlulals hull. hava been duly elected. faubeok, H.&. M'r u iain: W. : eSlerl1 with Mr. Murphy. He made an ap- spected citizen of Miami while set- the that
.. i t tPrloa The stones when "Therefore EH
and of : class money
All erreatad for the violation, HKO.tl-Tbat all ordinances .r. ordlnaucea "l as sapphires. eal to the of
a- persona > supleme court .
1'oalar, U Japan
4 | I WI I fire rubbish fell
to III the
In conflIct with the thisurdlnanoa L thecharacter thug some his creditors
him of out
brilliant In
wi"' succeed Mulling
I uy ordluauue, or fur any municipal provisionot. liter, J .i| Bll.llyJ. U J. Li| ""w". cut: possess a md has] Just secured decision that
ooinnilttad. within tliaolty llmtta. or on bo and are hereby ropsatod.Patee.tlnopenucunoilthis f ire and was so frightfully burned the of his .
nor of the but must remain
send, Andrew| Tlilwell, W i Tinker, YogI) variety of money
'IH virtual
I the This
propeflyol <>>a oily outelde' ot It. llmllaI I tint /om. practice olavery. hat he died[ In short .
I r. : IWj. A. M..d:1E'l.b. Thomas, Hlnhi WISh|>, T. Webber, more smoky. I a tme.I trusted fatcr-ln'IAw. He pun- ,
ba lininodlaiely onnnned In the ,Jail orMtof Whose .. leclslon ( girls and lu.ty
Ally person "' h. bean'nmnfully IberRte.overMIMI '
detention' and -.' heroIn until Attest President of 011' ,;ou..I. .. 28th has been shes Ell by keeping It.
March named.
I triad the :our, court, uulaaa"h I J. N.:BLAOK WELL,Clerk or .rrono".I atrloken from aaldUvlntralton Judge John II. Reagan, the only about h."e already escaped I as
barged or by .. In his snare.
>Books aa par above Hat, who .ballwttbln their 'Florida IIRY" at the Charleston I Is caught
he Conftdoralecabinet from bondage.The exHisltlon.
of '
for [(80.11Approved member
ehall Ktva proper aouuruy surviving (
poIsons a lees than ten days before the somewhat differ
1 it Is
IT appearance. before anlil court. In whichlit Feb.22nd '01. L.O.STCP8NS, :o.,1 be the Is ill' from lie The round trip rate from 'With Clar.
day of hold In the NIb pneumonia
.M ....._.... Tho oblot ot pmand .. .1.10,1 oily on New York Times tells this ent. Hhe t for the company .
lliey inar I day of make such fact thesatlstacliutlof "'lorl points on the } System 8ufe.
4 appear l ito his farm In Anderson
at 'Ianl
i the oroaere rn charge ol &I.. Jail .r tlie city Uouiioll shall 1 entItled cOlltYI one! During his tour of the steerage will be do cent of she keeps, sins of both I
.ball. here authority to takaa 'ex. Judge Reagan' 'IH H) per the one way .
H>of detention An Ordinance to bare hi. name restored to the Kagla ) aboard the Kron Prim Father and husband should not be. ,
arroated. bonds or other aa.Kty are.
tba paraou. stratton and to chairman of the Texas railroad -
40511! bator U.. court, DIOI. Henry accosted a man Imputed to her. Woman has alwaysbeen
. I uo Ion auon boud appaariMia or .....urIlF .ball. be 'lor toes TO REDUCE TRJ fULAuT OF.LOI1IDA.Wheress. THB MJ.O1. The In Merobatlt0iip.will meal m. for on tbe the purpose ThIrdToesday oomu11. lon.Ja served many floor, propped against: a wate. butt. J. B. Foleythe wealthy Chicago a favorite with equity, and it 1

4 bunt thou. ..it.. dollar., .nor, mor tau two, 1'IE OI'rl. a ."LAfk. .hoe been pro. of ra.turlnc I till uanie. of any parsons wulabbav. years iu The Uerman nationality man proprietary, man has Just always thrown Its willing arms

died i. au aball. pltldoit.Ire.t.lt ba Iba. duty of tha ohlaf- of vMad for lbs m..Dlolp'.offences against thaordinAuoea .ordu been.rr..n.I'. "rl.hD.JF Miss Stone, the missionary Is expected wits stamped In plain characters. bought of Southern States Lurner around her to protect her from the S

os ui report to Ib.oUF omrt avary day .atjka. I nf the city of ..1..11. whloh rellavea Cu..ol. our Olerk. home In May. She will len- 'Why you left the vaterliind?' .compUY\ Pensacola. 2,111) acres Importunity and dureHI of her Impe- s
.... all .arraaut .aD.t ooiniutttabi that the mayor. said cIty such 1111171alid ft,1WBI.P. I.lLc.WIL under the of the International asked the prince-his of farm Ilna In ., Alumina. .
ha.. been mad. durlnr the prouadlDK day whereas the legislature of tha mate otriorlda .broA lure auspices ou..lomar cunloul S .
j iulshttbaoainaauf thaaoouaad, IboolTauae. .has...Ihor.a re
,4 > which Ihoy.... charged, the immaa of the. sri ol suvu ... said. cltyi, NOTI )IE OP APFLrOATIOK FOR porto has replied to Minister Lelwch- lead and glanced at the prince withno A white baby was left on the .doorstep and It Is to be hoped, preachnR
taaaaa In in* respeCtive ditaaa,and t ba bonu.olbar and whereas .will require an <11..1 ax 1 Under softening of his unhappy counte of thls.Hult' and the testimony
xmurlty ot Oioaa who may bans p*ndltureof money t defray lbs axpeuaea 01 Tu Dee Bootioo 8 ot Chapter nan's note repudiating responnlblll- of J. W. Faulkner, a wehhknowticitizen conduct
, I raluaaaU If any there ba.a. aid municipal au..'" "I Laws of Florida.Nottoe ty for her capture by the brigands nance. "I left there because I ama of Jacksonville last of the witnesses Ell Is not the

.been...in raKnaad all I oaaaa whorl L nd Its or parti 010.1*,accused aaourlt and Tb.'r."be"10..1,0 by..'..11.011_.,....Dul "hereby given that Mrs. M. and denying all liability. free man to do as I choose.he night. Mr. Faulknerdldn'twant Monday the only one In need thereof-he should
mayor said with surliness. Then he
|5 they r.111O appear, tb. oily court shall HROTiuM I_That hereafter tba ma/or. of th. J. 'rallut. purchaser of Tax Certificate A memorial from tie house of delegates kid so he sent I to Mary Ann's Or- cultivate a greater regard for the
r uu judgment upon sold bonds or ulliat.rlty oily of PalatkA' aball. receive aa his .".. d. ol July A. glanced( significantly at his meRger phanuge. truth and try t overcome Ills lust
for Uia full amount of hoe .........1'. skIn the sum OIlS hundrwl ($IO.n ixitinr 101. d..t tl.3r of Porto Rico setting forth the xilonglngs and added l. sneeringly for the Kgypt.; S
tba lark .ball at tile expiration oua pot Annum and no more which ba paid D., 16UI.> .. ".ad certificate In m, lepressed condition of the coffee In. lIThe vaterland has not lost much I" The Phoenix club asocial "As leHhpb acre lot "a'mu
> troa It.. ron./luon/ ot .UOD ludguanlI. bv quarterly Installments by said olty. Pmvtdedi > for and asking that a of orllnl.
a fled fa lha ohlat. ol pn. Tbtsordlnancesilstt In no wise. ndatalo .to .In aooorilnnoe with law. lustry bounty The prlnoed Hushed. "No countrycan gallon of Hebrew gentlemen t be held to be the holder' of the
> who .....11 ......Ul.. the seIne In man. or affect tbs salary' nt the present luoomtwiitof dee 1"8UI &i cents a pound be paid out of the alford to lose a man who 'Is conictoim 10nvle. will soon be settled In its legal title In trust for Clara The
prodded by law, relatiVe .0 tba dutlaaIrrlffaol soil omoa during; his present terra of ofllua certificate embrxoua the following United States treasury for coffee of freedom" he said room. The club' was barn.ed of
I,, .lha data ut Vlorlda' In le.yluaklna Ngo.i-.Tbalaltnrdlltat.Oes. and parts of trdlnanuoa dnsnrlbed, property situated In Putnam rained In Porto Rico and hil decree complained mlt therefore
exported time of the Jacksonville
of this quickly. out at big be and this cause 'IH remanded -
A4 sate under wrlw. ol ximutluii or In oonfllot with till provisions County Florida wit: the house week.What's re"e.ed.
" .. ordinance ba and ara hen repealed.I wee presented i lat fire. to the circuit court with directions -
V-The oilY oourt.tt.ll bald authority to Paased In council tills' alst day of Fab B. t of Lt It Towloo Hub Dlv. Dray. In Worm tins turned.-The Globe of to Clara the wife of
'i to
trva .. awl dacuruin, sod ahall be I... 1001. 0. A. M. .la.l. ton f Section 39, Township U, a name.-emlma' Atchlson Kas., Uilson SoniervcBt The east and west of the' secure ,
M wIth ina aama powers to that ....... bfnd Attest] Prasldenl. ot "). Range 26-6 aore*. Twaddles lIved for 44 yearn New says wal. Eli, the legal title to the onehalfacre '
has served notice the state capitol wing are ,
on 0 4 5
lotprlaonmaut.aaara luoldanl loouurlaord J. N. BLAOEWELI Cterk.Leeal York In ilnufla hopefulness. Then al plumb' tract retaining thereon a
: The said land being osseasod at the len
lutbestatlol riorlda.' ) merchants Inthis city not tell having been wrenched by the stormof '
be wakeful. The other
1<1- oompiaintmade by am.IaVII' la approved '.b.I"cll I* O.BT.PHMH. date of the I..u.no. of such eartlfloatelo she began to Ills wife anything from a bargainsale. last week, when the south wall for any unpaid purchase ;
,ii -t doe of aaJd court, by any polluaman, f>lI Mayor the name of \.,A.W hltney. Cnles said 1 day she tried to make her exit by Somervest his wife tins collapsed. A portion of these wells 1 her pa exacts It. subject to the ertll
sItter thai any oirania.bhaald classical route of few lay. with Interest to
our or paraon the opening a
wO oourt Its, jnrladknlnn to try anJ J ovrtlllcate shall .be r.me arlng't veins In her She recover fully *20l) worth of .tul that she will will have t be taken down and re of.1. suit/ and any other Just
ooniniltt, within said, oily M"" law tax deed will wrllia. I
4rmluabaa te handle flavor be able to she bouirhfcat built. she show herself entitled .. _
i HM or upon any city ..roPOrlFo..tald.o..I sale becaus It
4 Eta. Mid municIpal )n - _rant In till usual form,maklns U nlurna- m signature was bought at $1.47 or or something pa'
U.O. which If not belonging
.before bl"" -.". Upon the return of the Newest In Millineryfor ': this the Utb day of February A. D. 100*. General Lord Hethiien with over like-that. He nays In the I Tampa, to a charge of altering and really woul.leorrupt _
I ..,,cnesd,the....I fudge ahail the records of the of coining froln a corrupt source, _
; _ DO with the. JOSEPH force ol falsifying oily
4 [ ell) PRICE 1200 was surprised by a victim of the bargain sale habit and "
ana determine the cause i theSPBINO len her otherwise home.
_J to. liaar, try I has fined |81k). Hewill ohat. _
Circuit Court Tampa
_ ..lfb.or.h..11. artloitril, the aama to aome Olork C. I' Boers unde. Lareylast la not responsible. Time and time ben -- -
day ol hIs court all auoa elate. audoulloui ; and sUMMER : 37 week ; MethuenWIth his.luns again he has gathered up his poor be given monthl to pay up
4 .. affidavit ana war.I t1 route will with. Eva G. Thorndyke, found .
shall upon and the case this
- ot looaIn ", eta were children and out with them pay. lr.
aloraaald, but It shall nut be .....-. gone t Maiw. la
....lure. auob warrant. before makIng. arr..a.. now on exhibition nt captured ORDides which the British I hunt their mother only t find ment. Weyinoulh ,
:, r.-It iodeoor should not wb.b... so ocinoolunl Itutuodiald or arrest praoancu MBS,E. W. WHITE'S I: 1.1 Is 41 kied. 77 wounded struck and 201 in a fre.tor-II over n if bargain his ooun_ The boiler In the saw mill of O. 8. f lrnishInglioatonauthoritteeatrsglopuzzie., A number of tiny' almost .

-'1* ..... ..M..ry In ordM u Holler promote MILLINERY PARLORS. m missing.thunderboldt.N.w. The I.ndOI ter. says are Oaks, Just outnlde of Fernandlna, InvlHlble wounds were found at vital
like few
n not he Intends to smash a
t Vt _pubttofnter.ele. muniI @l l extr. obeyed exploded with terrific force last Fri' point on tho woman''a body, and gn ,
_ .II-TII. muutntpshju.igeOr "acting Third Street. of the paper were bought upagerly bargain counters. Woman often .
t _ I lodge.1MII knap: a docket r'.I"b: wlil.iliall ;X Our selections were made and readers made biter re- warn not to sell -their day momlnl. Three colored men to believed to have either committedsulol
llt'e .alonkeepen and ,
of seer two others murdered with
the were been
_ enter .le or som*
'first woe la 4 with In the northern on the subject of liquor, he says it Is i a kied outlgbt.
4._ re blra the> lime the process care ) Ivern. hUlbnda seriously' In- need.lsOabatp1n.
I, tua :' r.loa and return thereof, all a l.ante mnrketa.J @Jf$ declaration that the wa poor that will not. work botlways. Inoludloltbe manaer ,and such weapon .asurireon's f
- ..", Ills lima and naanar of me trial Africa wa over Dm caught fr .
' _.iteg dt.pcsiUob. 01III, qajie. ills,, Judgment % 4 At ROWON'', burned up. The IO .. : I

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r 1 THE PALATKA NEWS rical field, both of which give promise of jars returns -; i I. MEYER (

'"1 ; AND ADVERTISER in money and fame. i 9tTB S'I'ORIDS: :

There may be a general exodus of literary folk

I. 1 ,1,' *AaMlMtAiit' The.Palntka. PoatinnMlttrtJtinerul Now.. and A
t + ,' li, to the nmllH nii.H4 Y t at tba Fnlutku' pontullli" your
., menta than they can possibly attend to. There are FAILED- { (J)
Mrs. Mamie Lowery, wifeof
I An unofficial Newspaper of the Uemociatlo\ sort-Just, about 1,000.000 people or more in the United :States:! James J. -Lowerv, of young No. 001 SPRING GOOD S a.

,. E, '' ", the kind you should keep In your family. who would jump at the chance, of six picturesque Washington avenue,Brooklyn, need- .
ud months among the brigands for one-tenth of $!U>,- ring. 'Ihtm' arose the question Ito \ II 1. :

i Published at Pulivtka, Flu., ., Thursday of. each week by OCO.;:: The danger that kidnaping will be cheap- how the ling wu to be redeemed ; 1, that are composed of the best wearers and the
y before Lowery should t note Its ab :: I
l"" + RUSSELL $ VICKERS.UM. ened, and. an industry which gives promise of inter sence. She; took her weekly allowance hrl: prettiest patterns ever before shown in the ::3H
/ her hiiHhnnd Saturday,
_ i't esting developments will become commonplace. from city.
and of It In a
night put $1.60 away '
+W t t st :fit, Next year we may expect our missionairiea to Tur- bureau diawer. Lowery went out,
: and when he returned he found his (; New Goods and New
rl 1jt M A. RUSSELl EDITOR. key to bring home a tame brigand or two to prove
i wife on the floor, her hair In disorder 0
f'' V that they have passed through a hair-raising expe- and her month gagged with a Prices that will suit
clean, white hart k rcblef. When the
TUB;: I'HKSIDKNT ANI Till: :NEGRO 3*. M rience in the Balkans. 0
removed Mrs.
gag had been Lowerytold V
President Roosevelt did the right thing when he a HOW UK STANDS IX WASHINGTON. bold masked colored men had entered 0
,p + declined to re-appoint a ut'gro to a Georgia post .. the room attacked her ,and curried '
ll"i office, the president having first, satisfied himself Under the heading of "A friend'of New Washing off the ft DO. Lowery Informedthe 0(J) see us. Q.

ton" Washington Times of the'4th inst. has, this police but before I they got to ..
,i, ,that the incumbent was obnoxious to a great majcri- work Lowery told them there was no m
ty of the patrons of the office. to any concerning a man who is very close to the ties. In lookiug for the thieves. Ills .
N, people of Florida : wife he said, had admitted that Him We can fit you from head to foot. Clothing, Shoes, Gents' Furnishings,
In dealing( with its own people the (povernmen hnd<1 JIbbed to hide. the fact that she Come and
"No member in the House takes a more lively interest and Hats. see us.
liad forgiven
show had pawned the and lie -
G should the same consideration that it docs ring

( in (leaHng11th\ the peoples of foreign countries. in the advancement and improvement of the her.SWAPP&D. ::E 'J1.WJE. 'Jr.W'.II32"' : ..- = -
National Capital. than. Representative R. W. Davis, WIFE PORK- ..-sI:
i Whenever from any cause, one of our representatives pea
+ ,. ? abroad is obnoxious, the country to which he of the Second Congressional district of Florida. In Ueo Rrsongiant! of AVIlkeHlmrrlo, (Suooassor M. Loeb A: Co)
the language of Mr. Davis the to Pa., sold his wife for ('t8 to liayiiioiidPalmer.
Capital belongs
is sent notifies the government at Washington that '1'hen he Invested the .a I In Lemon Street, F='.AL.ATK.A, PLORIDA,
the nation, and Congress should deal with it as a a fat pig. Itouengrant Is!suing Palm-
he is not welcome. It does not specify why he is mer fur restoration of little. Hilda
national If
objectionable, nor in what he has offended. The possession. improvements proposedby Itosengituit who-was 'thrown In as
/ f "' the Parking Commission are carried out by Con hoot." J',.lmer Is a cousin of KoHen-
simple statement that he is not wanted is sufficient
said then indeed will be the grant, and< Is fighting to keep the
grasshe Washington
+ tiY Our government does not enquire into causes, but child. ___________ The Brown Brick Co.
y. Ja most beautiful city in the world It will be, he
p' immediately recalls the representative and sends BRAIN TAKEN OUT ANDFIXRD U Win
said \vhatits founder intentod of
exactly a city
another in his place. one of the most remarkable MAKE THE
magnificent distances operations know to surgery. says a
The people of the United States are certainly entitled -
to the the
"Mr. Davis is his third consecutive Baltimore special HardestAND
a to the same courteous treatment. No, man brain uf llev. Win. A. Stark, pastor Largest:
and as a. recognition of his ability Speaker Hender of the Broadway (Herman Methodist
p r should be foisted Farmers
tipon a people or a community KpiscopiU: cliiiiili of this city. has Attention!
4 1 who are violently opposed to him. President Roosevelt son paced: him on two of, the most important com- been. actually lifted from Its bod and Best Fire Brick ,
mittees of the House Interstate and Commerce of certain that andeausud
Foreign the roots nerves
rr showed good common sense and also a spirit of MADE IN FLORIDA.
lr excessive
y the clergyman neuralgia '3N *CTliis -
and Merchant Marine and Fisheries Theseare
? i courtesy that is commendable in giving to the Qeor : were extracted. The patient STOCK ALWAYS ON HANDat is
i hardworking committees and they are called Is said to have stood the operation Mill. plowing and you muj- need a new plow. We are
Ir gia town postmaster who was welcome to the citi- Tllgliman's
and few doubts of his
well, recovery county agents for the
to consider the wel- -- !
questions entire
": zens. If the president will but continue the good upon affecting are entertained. The. operation wan' For call on or address,
w fare of the country. When the ship subsidy bill performed at the Johns Hopkins hospital. ,prices
work the people of this section will return the compliment II. O. JlA1\11\[, I OLIVER CHILLED) PLOWS.
comes before' the house the statesman from the Palntka Flu.
Mill ,
by being less critical when it cornea! to a Tilirliman's
+ off Second Florida district will have something to say." TWENTY CENTS FOR A BKIDXEllxlia You all know there's none better. We ales. have the Atlanta Steel !>Jo.....
o, little color of his
+ indulgence own tastes.> .
'' .ywY.g 1 .. Chapman of C'ortliind, N. We buy direct from the manufacturer and can save you the middle man's profit.
y 6 6t 6y lILWAUKEEIndouLt (lIy had just cause for com Y., hopes to win u bride ban\ Investment QO e 1)e oegQo Come and see us, or, If you oan't do that write us and let. us live you prices.
l TUB COURTESY OT A JUDOB. of 20 cents. He recently We are also agents for Putnam county for the
; plaint that the itinerary of Prince Henry was Unwisely advertised for a life partner. A

,, Not long /since,,Judge Pool of New York had( occasion arranged in giving a longer stop at. Chatta- Chicago bureau saw the ud. and replied al PLANET JUNIOR C L TIVAT RS. .
thai If he would send \BO! cents
to call' to court as a witness, Mrs. John Van- nooga than at Milwaukee. Lookout mountain, 'to PRY postage, on photographs. he They make work easy. Men who use them whistle air they work Then .we have

i derpool. Her presence was desirod for only a few where the battle above the clouds was fought, is would receive the picture of a. candidate the Celebrated IRON AGE CULTIVATOR, and everything In the line of
I .
worth $JOu"o) In cold cash. Kllslm -
f minutes but she objected to entering the. courtroom tolerably interesting, but the edifice at the top is sent- the. 20 cents and Is watchingthe Garden Tools.

because of the bad air. hotel and not malls.
only a a brewery.
This Is going to be the beet year elnoelthe'95: Irofte. The man who plows this
tix {?. r Mrs. John Vanderpool is nch- rich. She ,
; very never LOST Jon, GOT HUSBAND spring and summer has better prospects for a Rood, profitable_reaping lima next
has money enough to command influence, for it is IT will be noticed that the republican Two weeks ago I). J. Campbell, a fall. Orauge grower. will be In It again :|but they will have to plow. We want to

true that the mere possession of money is power.', party has succeeded in filling any one branch of the well-known bu..lnenu maUl of (St. soil named them the plow breed, the' cultivators and the garden tools-they are the above
prosperity !
Louis. birjil. Alice Kawdun -
Mrs. Vanderpool is also, very old] having' passed her government; service with republicans some member writer in his o lce. After a. week lie

eightieth milestone. This judge moved his court steps forward and suggests that it be put tinder remarked, : "Miss, Ruwclon, while KENNERLY HARDWARE CO.PALATKA.
work Is I .
tf 4I out on the sidewalk, asked Airs.\ Vanderpool the civil service with!! the proviso that present. incumbents your don't want you to very work for me any OUR BUEAD WILL

questions he deemed necessary in the open air, and be not interfered with.. longer." Wny not?" asked the startled SATISFY ALL.It FLA.

fI ; then sent her home. After that some mud batteries for K'rl.' n""Because wife;"I retorted want to David.work will give to the young strengthand
A Miss Marsh of Detroit of the you <1 bounty, and, make the old happy.
were turned loose in his direction' and he was denounced Michigan was one and HIth..y/ were wed.

,' as a truckler to wealth, a man who would most prominent members of the mothers' congress KinNAPEO CHILD BLBIOKBD From the
1 Palatka Variety Bakery
t upset the routine of a people's court to satisfy the It would have been no more than just to the young About 27 years ago, gypsies stole "'

notions of a woman who had a million. lady for the organization to have placed her on, the little N ina :Bruce,four years old from HENRY THALOOTT, Prop.

kI' w,, Most women have "notions" when they are on honorary rather than the active list. ago Mt. her Uilaad mother Ohio.died.About Her father two years advertised ,

i.' the other side of 80. The man who is real ) for a 'wlfo.. Amy Frantz already had li children to care for, 30TH YEAR OF PROSPEROUS BUSINESS.
a man A New Jersey man vowed that he would not marry answered, and came to inspect the nnd who forbade thesudden increase.

lr i will respect those notions, if he can. He'll accept until he had paid his father's debts and his fiancee Bruce premises. "I was kidnaped I Trouble Arose and the groom went
discomfort and trouble because old when a baby," she accidentally< teniHiked. out Into the woodshed, killed n ACKERMAN & STEWART
personal an ;woman had for him. with emotion, blood
( to wait twenty years Resolves to Bruce paled chicken and daubed all over
w "DTI asks it. The Chinese are barbarians, but they looked into her locket and saw the his neck and pretended to commit ,
before paying one's debts is the
)wed own more popular picture of his dead wife, iis she was suicide at his father's' feet. The old
sublime in their love for the The
b Lt yi' are aged.; respect rule and is responsible for many early marriages. when baby JJiuo. was .stolen. The man said he could die in his house, If Wholesale and Retail Druggists.
they show to parents and the courtesy which they father clasped Ills daughter to Ills but he couldn't live there,' whereupon )* -
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-i invariably pay to old men and women of high and There ia will heart. the young man Jumped up and
f; little hope that the present congress started out t j rent a house. JUST RECEIVED L..RUE

w low degree are worth studying emulating. do anything tgward giving statehood to Oklahoma, ECCENTRIC MAN'S WillPostnmster /- LOT LANDIUTH'S Fresh Garden Seed''Sprlni

It is good to believe Judge Pool cared nothing for Arizona, and l New:' Mexico. There is an abiding[ fear resident. Daniel of Buchanan Conklin,on an the eccentric MoTii ER-IN-LAw's WATERLOO Bend |10 yourordiin.OOTJC3H 1'0\10''' ,

Mrs. John Vanderpoul's money, and that in his that the territories would go democratic.IT Hudson, In his will has left nil his City Judge Kunyon, of "Plalnfleld ueuai :
breast is stored large quantity of Chinese virtue. property to., five young girls. of that N. J., deviating from the : CURE,
- village. It will be: bitterly fought In course of magistrates In adjusting I 95 cent' per bottle. Guaranteed by
4 t He did a kind act and does not deserve criticism. mould have been a unique and doubtless a wel- the court, according to notice. of acontest family quarrels, has decided against ACKERMAN
the mother-In aWe Adam Smithwas STEWART. DRUGGISTS.Headquarters .
served Ills children
by two
r 4 come change:; to Prince Henry had the people of and eight nephews. Conklin WI7 taken on chArge of cruelty, pre- --- -

u'' k'' i PECULIAR ItlUltUBU CASE.ii some city thought of some other form of entertainment old, loved to piny games with ferred by Mrs. Margaret Monks, who

ii .P : Dr. Orville S. Burnett of Chicago has been found than feeding him. the seen girls enjoying of the a vII game lI.ge.Iud of tag was with often the averred accused that him. of his beating wife was her.Influencedby Smith for

guilty of the murder of Mrs. Charlotte S. Nichol off helm of his property. Among his her mother to antagonize his rule

m '+ Nashville,Tenn. He is recommended for a sentence AFTER a careful look at the pictures of the two favorites,"were, whom Ruth he Handley called "my, Blanche children in the Smith house.to leave Judge the Knnyon house and advised 11 FINE LIQUORS

? of 15 years in state prison. The case is peculiar in women the average man comes to the conclusionthat hherwood Mackey Viol. little, his wife chose to stay with her mother ,

e oyd r t The man who stands convicted of mur- he would prefer to rescue Mme. Tsilka.. Itoste May Cole unjl Clara May Risk, to forego support.
many ways. as the Famous River
and to them he (fives Ids wealth in Green'
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der is not supposed to have lifted his hand against equal shares. Two of the young NEW BRANCH IN UROALBY-
the dead in but the most affectionate The blow could not be averted' Miss Stone lias heirs fire cripples, and Conklin often Desiring to rid himself of his wife Rye a Whiskey Without a head-
I any contracted to lecture for the Chautauqua societies said he wished he could take. care of without the expense of a divorce A. ache Golden Wedding. Jed
i The two were sentimental idiots who yielded to an N them during their life, as he felt sorry '- P. Hart broke into his own house In ,

infatuation for each other and betrayed the faith next summer.; for their atlllotlon. Syracuse, N.revolver Y., the other at Mrs.night Hart's,and. Lord Baltimore Rye, Paul Jones Pri-
9 ,rf* and love of those to whom they were pledged as Only -Another Room. I WOULDM'T MARRY HER NBPHBWMrs. : head, told her to get ready for the vate Stock, &c.

husband and wife law of God and mall. An exigency I Anna Nelson, aged and weal tomb. She ducked, tripped the
J by Dr. Ingrain the new bishop of London, preaching In I thy, Is a guest at the Hotel Beloit, masked man. held him down and Go
arose which threatened to separate them and St. Paul i catlledrltllt few Sundays ago, used the follow- New HrltAln Conn., awaiting the screamed. Neighbors assisted him to, WestEnd Saloon

} interrupt their shameful liaison. They resolved ing illustration when speaking of Christ the Savior:: arrival of relatives from Chicago, to the lock-up. ,
bald he: who to see that she returns home
,' that if they could not live together they would die Under the picture of the Virgin Mary In a foreign In safety.are She has *JOK: ) on her per- -- -------- J. W.

"together and see if there was an satisfaction in church I once read the words "Patronn morlentium," son. "I came to new Brltlan," she We Make FineCO1Zf9Ct1C2ZS aganePLANT
sly w the patron of the dvlng. But, thank Clod, the true patron says., "at the request of a man whom
f of the dying Is Jesus C'lirlut.. Not long ago I was visiting I met In. Chicago and with the Intention -
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ilf++ that.They attempted suicide together iu'a Chicago ho- In M London hospital little girl the daughter of a of becoming his wife, although I -- -- _: --I
clergyman who lay very near. the end. She; said to me. 711 of and he is much
am years age who Eatsit
,' tel. The woman succeeded, the man failed. The "I want to tell you, bishop. I am afraid of (lying.: I feel younger. When I got hero, I discovered And everyone

i + law suicide as a crime and in casts It coining nearer and nearer,,and I am afraid." I waiteda the smooth-tongued stranger\ wants more.
regards: ,
? j. many minute and that the right word might be given atM. tint
prayed was a nephew my moneywas
; ; inflicts punishment upou those who attempt it.19ftt me and then Would you be afraid to lee me tho consideration. I have. refused Our Chocolates and Bon Bons SYSTEM.The
carry you into the next room?" "Oh, no," she replied. become, his wife and have .
J / The law not only forbids any person to kill another, "Then why should you be afraid." I said "to let some sent to to Chicago for friends to take are always Fresh and Pure.

1't? A Jbut it requires each individual to use all possible one who Is l0IN5))() times kinder and 1OXH( times stronger, me home. I am too old to travel

j 1t $,t{ care and diligence to prevent others from commit- thought seemed In Ills to still arms her Into fears His, and. other when room I came?" back The I alone. ___________ Ice Cream, Ice Cream Sodaand Great Through Car Line From Florida.

the next day, they told me she had l never felt a mo SAFETY OF: THE MAILS PROVEDIt other CONNECTIONS' '
selfdestruction. ment's dread, but had fallen Into her last Bleep. with her left Island :
head on the shoulder of Jesus.Childhood's was to a Long City n TUB TL.t.JCTIO VO.ur" LIES. via Charleston Richmond aDd
man, a traveling salesman. for a New
ly able 'to prevent the commission of the crime, York shoe house, to demonstrate Ina Hot and Cold Drinks, TO n> as S,1 t}TUB Waebloft.on.SOl1TUU. BA"-
"**. via Savannan
the of 1HE J j Columbia, and WwaIngton. -
Gt makes the negligent one an accessory to some de- Lost liellofg. most unique manner safety FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. .
1)e Undo Ham's mails. The' experimenter -
S It the of Burnett to Mrs. I once knew all the birds that came Yet
+ gree. was duty prevent W. T. Uelssenger, was at The Children are welcome; they al- ALbKAIb
+ herself. His and And netted In our orchard trees; Braddock, Pa., several days ago, and The Southern n'7 via'..
Nichol from killing consent agreement For every Mower I had a name- ways seem to enjoy It. .uP. Atlanta and Chattanooga.
conversation with salesman of
the a W The Louievill .
t ed c makes him an offender against the law in connection My friends. were woodchucks. toads and bees; upon the alleged TO es }The Southern ft Naehvllle via MootRomer7.!
I knew what. thrived In yonder glen dishonesty of the United States Fine Cigar and Tobaccos. THETO !: I R'7 via Savannah, Columbia and .bevlU'
with his own attempt at self-destruction, What plants would soothe astone bruised\ too- postal servants. Uelssenger at once L. A. SMITH. The Mobile Ohio U. R. .Ia MontglLlll..r..

v.f,1 'hut it also makes him accessory before the fact Oh I was, very learned then- took up the cutlgel. He said the ser- Vla Savannah and Oo.ao Steamship Company for New York

t to the murder of Mrs. Nichol. But that was very long ago. viol!wa. the best on earth and he East]} Philadelphia amid Bueton via N't'lk for N. Y. Wash sad BsIL
rt I knew the spot upon the hill- it. "I can send this silver THE Via 8avaoo.b and MercblUltA d. Mluen Transportation ComPlUl7 -
r -- Where the checkerberries could be found- dollar.. through the malls as It l Is, European Restaurant. fur JlalUmore. .
tit- ELLEN STONE'S UK1GIIT FUTURE. I knew the rushes near the mill and my young daughter will get It VIA BTIAMBRIP. rt'
Where I'lckerellay that weighed a pound I II tomorrow," he said. "You nor your U 8 Mall Steamships or the Peninsular .
To west .t
o The offer of an American magazine publisher to knew the wood-the very tree- family will\ never see the coin again," Furnished] Roooms Key ship 0<>. Port Tampa to Key. West. Ha..o.b Cooldental I. _n8OC'1I Btsast"with"

( p ; pay Miss Ellen M.\ Stone $35,000 and royalties for Where lived the poaching, saucy crow wan the sneering answer Ueissen- AND The Plant
''i And all the woods and<1 crows knew me- ger pasted a slip or white paper on Hot and Cold Baths I System
? u series of six articles is the less surprising because But that was very long ago. one side of the dollar, on which he Three Ships Every Week. Lea. Port T.....,.,1 a m.
wrote the address of hU daughter, .rituiHAYAKAH Mondays, Thursdays and SaCurLIa ..
ti it ia directly in line with the literary demands of AEROBERT ,
And pining for youth,
familiar and, taking It to the "turtles incompany ,', ) Vu Boston and Canada Atlantlo and Plant IJn.for
g1 q' I tread the old Steamship
such publications. Miss Stone's story may be very spot with the cynical salesman, f
k' interesting' although the details that have Only to learn this solemn truth I' placed a cent, stamp on the bare facet JAMES1 :::i meagre 1 nave forgotten, am forget. > the coin and tendered It to assistant -
a do indicate that it Yet there's tills. youngster[ at my knee WINTER TOURIST TICKETS wilt be 011 sale :
been given out ,not was, anything Postmaster John Lowers as EASTERN throughout tile NORTHERN
'Sau Knows all the things I used to know, 'merchandise." Postmaster Christen (SuoooMar. to Ches.. Kuppcrbtuch. ) WEB'I'ERN and SOUTHERN STATES, to aU Florlda lteeorle via
j ? ,v but confmonpl'ace. except in' its international aa- To think I once was wise "as he I Sheet told him It was all right, and P LATK"'. .. FLORIDA. Plant Ilber.1 System durloS tbe season 1\101.IIJI\ limited to return until Ma7:11: with

dt pects. Certainly such an offer ia flattering' and, :But that was very long ago renterday QelMienuer received a let- NORTH stopover sent. to the prhlleg., 10 .Florid.. ADDKE88E.3 .PARTIES IN THI

art now that the missionary ia safe and sound, it looks I know 'tis folly to complain tef,' from daughter, thanking him aDd advertising m.tter.undersigned will be llberaU7 supplied with aU WormaLioa
,, Of what>to'er the fates decree, for the present. Harness Wagons For .
to BaU., Slo
't + as if $85,000 would be pretty fair compensation for Yet were not wishes" all In vainI P. H..I' Division| nervation, otto., call l m Or writ. U,
., ,hardship. this otTer in tell what my wish would bet I II'd FAKB BCIOIDB DIDN'T WORK: LLY. Passenger Agent,
her aix months of But only you and'Buggies 138 West Bay Street. Allwr Black, _
be of Delaware Jaoksonvfle.lls
wish to a boy again, James Jameson Jr. ,
the first one. If Miss Stone desires to take advantage Back with the friends I used to know; 0., recently married a woman several w. B. DENllAN: B. ,W. WHEN,

,of the opportunities here are other methods of 'orIwas, oh! ao happy.then I- years hU senior, with three For ]Bale at 'close price. II. Oeo. Buperlntuidont. JPiuw Trafe. Mgf.ttavanoah .
But that wan very long. ago children. Ha intended taking up MERWIN Lemon St., Ga BaTaDaaa. Oau
,h'y y + 'ptofit.: ,,After the magazines have been exhausted ugene Field. hU residence with nil, ,father, who

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THE .CRESCENrCITY- We Would Like Your

Every One Groce: :':=c4o.

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Crescent City My,. Will Mosher.of. ;Mal'l..tt.011... A Big 'Gator. Queen City Is situated luilf wny -----------l

.nna ot tha moHt beautiful Inmllonii In Pin. spent Huinlay: at G.ovo Hull In corn- 'One of the largest alligators, ever between Nu..vlttts mimi 1'uretu Pi'lnelpo turning to our .dome. March 15th can buy onltir to rcnnlvo It wo Imvn concluded
da The town In In the amithfiMitfru, pirt of pauy with her uncle and iiuut, Mr. on Uin rnilroitd. Whllo the city Is not to duty/ any bait other than a
Piicnamonunty 'mllea from Pl.IMkn', ami la killed thl. Hectlon wit brought III
reached I t>r either ateamor or railroad. tin** and ?ilrmi. :j). H. fleals of I>c.trll', not Increasing/ very fiwt In popula 10 Ibll Grunulaletl. Hugur for SOc. strictly pure line .of edlbli-a at a raoiloM;. advance almvn cost. We have an Idoa
oentUliy' lion on httfh ground whh-h 1'1.............. from i-lawercvek lasiFriday by Halll. lion, It IH going ahead, In ornnge and
fully from Inn wetit bank or uraanant Lalto, n Mich. The party left for Jackson;: :J. Saunters\ who killed the, saurian uouottnub grows. Thore in now (planttod cull ir you buy O1E 13OLJjA that we buy aa cheaply na anyone In nur line, when It come to goods of real
beautiful. .....oli-nr wntor Id inllun In IunguianI villa Ka wnri.ll of kind of
on Monday's boat. Mrs.\ Monh r -ami( being! / planted l its fast HN I the any
from tb.0 nva mtlc.. In" wlOth 'i'lia' near the inouMi of Haw plnxwt U woll: IkMoiU.: lu .town ant.] jcri .. loui, lived here, pome 16 years--ngo when dity. The liugu 'gator 1116U8lJrmi li: trees c-an begotten from' .'lurlp. We piy Uio highest plloo-tor EGGS and '
the torIneroonetItuUng a portion of the town ooi'esln orange and cocoaniit trees.
tnililx Mwk In width. lyliiR between twoiltk.eInke her husband was connected with the feet and six anches In length, and .\. ooinpanv Is expected to liogln In a 11 IQS. FOR aOOTEJ.Wednesdays COUHT11Y FKODTJCE. Suppose you give us a trial, order for GHOCEUIES. We
Or..oe"oit tho eu..t a"dleke Htollna
the "0.'. Tile level of lake HtelIa I la 4A feet Potter House. Litter lie took charge weighed about 8(10( pound Hon. Ed- short lime to clear land/ l for atXJO-ucre have an idea. you will not grumble at tlio
lilirhHr then tttnt of hike Or Hiwnt t mn niTi.ril1ii '- of the grove propety of Mrs. Cornelia win Gilbert bought the and cocoanut grove. Others are buying prloes'and: you can't at the goods.

bra| uerfeotdrnlnnffH.lie Miuraf In dPI IHK'i'lia"d''kf.I:: ; lake ahuolut/, H :::I:!In Lyoiiand lived at the Lyon home- Is having It mounted by specimen Mrs. Cow. 6 That and lu-itcre lots nearly every weuk Sh..rb"t.Saturdavs,

pur* bf the town ntithorltioa who iiitve nm lu UmimiumHanur :They l lcott Crescent, in the omngHH dId 1 cueoanuU will J. W.
a Ut In nnr WIlY ountHinlnat' U. City spring burn, the taxidermist: to take to his grow hero I know llnvo only soenHweetunedlliig MILLER .
i'lia Plniit I Hyntam IttliweY, UtuchoM:: the arid of 18B8.- Connecticut home. trees bearing. I have ,
bnnkotlAka Htulla two inIIon from the toWn !
and a lutla m.araer oonvtfy pAMnnK and Prof. J. 'v. Holley, principal of Hi-oil nothli-gyet to compare with the Ice Cream. CIIESCKNT: CITY. '
freight" and fn>ra the town and Urtmuont City f Florida orniifre, either fruit or tree
Junction* the railway niatton.Tha the colored School in this place wait What cultivation and budded stock Our soda counter will be an attractive"
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villa la trip..oe..1 by nt the.m mIst.r troni llKhtful Pnlntka water or'J/iokflon."1'1.' awarded the'flrst prUe. In tbe :Jack- : will do I don't know. place on -

In the whole country, and the:: uftHxnn.fr aim' sonville Metropolis cnrtoon contest I nm trying to close a dual for ir 0IKTHB These New Spring: Stock of
tokea thIs In ltol'1 etitrnii from Days Especially.The .
trip ma HUirt to of wild wootllnnd If the
last owners
1I01.b.0 a point nine mtlui ..."th..I 1'uluikn week. The :Metropolis had offered
the steamer leavva the S."h". aDd either. a prize for the best cartoon Illustrative or heirs can be found. best and most complete stock otFreeh 'DE I '
i Deep river, a rather narrow but bortumiirenm J. L. BUKTON.COMO. Meat! Fluh and G00DS
Oyntera Grocer-
lined on either aide toy a ili.ok growthof of Its "ono ce'nt a word"advertldlng _...
oyprtMa. aah and. palmetto veritable forest -- lea south of Javkaonvllle.. -
primeval.' The rivers .. are eiiarp columns, the olfer being : ; .
frMu: .ntand there 1" never a long :, ,I.1: open to any one In the state. A grunt Our Stock of eorsus. Just Opened at
trader 111 alghl. After nine ml lee of travel The nieinberM of the Lake Como .
through tlilM stream the steamer enierifoa Itilo. many were received. but there wan __ _._u. -
the broad and_beautiful. Lake_Oreioeiit. A runUraaoanl uoou will circle, itrancu or the international Always the largest In town, has milled .
"Heat" and th in C.
0'0 nU.r, and a unit I000e mH, p..oo" lit only one was adjudged L. CfiHfv1BER
City, the ....""' ...e oulhtiriilili, to be Ibo sent SuiiHlilne Society will to It the very iatuHt modeia and\ lucoiuploto IN'S.
one by teacher Hoi-
landing. The boat leaves JaukHonvlllo at it a.m. give nil entertiilnmuiit at the Hall aa to Side| ,. Our whole line li<
every Tuesday Thursday: and untilnlan ley. The paper of itie lame day reproduced this corner, of the store Is attractive. Wo Invite the lading to examlno
falatka at > p m. till mini days. Haturnlnittlio ThurHclay evening March SJO. Tabluux our Stock! bnfore purchasing ftluewhnre. Now
boat Inavea Oraauanl Oily on Monday w.... the Holley cartoon .and lock of Summer lints
Just arrived for
naatlay and Friday at 1 a. ra., arriving at !I'a. the next mall brought the win- Ice creuui and candy I "1 le. Ad- Cbe new Jill-Steel Columbia Man and Soy,.
latke, at D) a. ra. and at Jaokionvllltt, ;, at 4.MI lucky inlHRlon him not boon fixed but It will How about, BOIIU Hunilltoii-Hruwn Shoes/ ; Thuy w"nl'lIk Iron.
p. in. Mo paraou ever look the alvamor Uraif' ner his prize money. guaranteed, Every pair
Sent for Crescent Olty-wllliout aipBrlanulDituaw ; FRANK OAUTIRR. be low. 5 tooth' cultIvator,

MiiHatluna of plvuuura and anliort stop ut The colored day ticliool will givean -a...- llniiiomlicr wo are heiulq!unrtnra for tlto famous ,
tile little 01.1' makes any manor woman a life The News >re entii this week rJ1c- The beat, liordp tool out for the prle Buokakln JJreimlios. They 4
long hover of lobe plora.la entertainment of graduating exerclnts ] a 1'OMOXA.Mr. ; t4 25. wear, fit a Irlil e ntlro satisfaction.!
the town proper are noma of the maul nt the A. M. K. church this ture of Frank Qautler a Crescent only yo

beautiful the paopla. homtHi are to cultured be found and In the pn state..,p..roui.and.. (Thursday) evening, to which all are City 'reared ;young man who has : C. I.. Smith wits In :Jitcksonvllle Brlnley Orange Plow Our Groceries are Always Fresh and Prices Lowest. ']
Than la a good school two ohuroliea. -Bulnoo- made lost week.
I, pal and Presbyterian-cud two good houilit.bMldna invited. No charge will be made to I reputation asa hustler among i

I can be pIMwanl obtained. prlrato lloltil and ploooa, boarding when, nouitaprluea buarJ patrons the school, but others are commercial, travelers in Florida. Mr. and Mi',. Melville Clark of Chi- exclusive You need sullluK ono, If yon for plow.thIs section We arc, C. L. Chatxl.1oerJ.i.c.::: : :: : :: Crcsct: '

are raodarata. The people bit., pro expected to pay a email admission His specialty is, food products forman engo Ill., made Mrs. Uoo. Bugley a agvuts City. ,

i I fluent vldad' of walMuipt tImes who golf like I links thla aiuuaooMnt.... ,the entarwltt-'' fee.. The amounts ,thus received will and horse 'and hn Bulls goods short visIt... Friday.Mr. me are Selling

; OrwiOHUtully haa mora orange grovuii than go to make a fund for improving from Jucksoii'vllle to Miami. Mr. .
any other town la the oountf. uraiiga culture up and Mrs. Ueo. Ottersoii of Snt-
I la the"""'lolI.IOO"I."uo..I time peo.1.le| and. the the "school, building. It Is the hopeof (lautler took up Ills present occupation The DunnluK Spray Outnts the best, New 1
Quality of thla fruit baa long been regarded aa suma visited friends In town Hunclay. Dry Goods i
after In the
aupurlor to that\ grown la: any other anotlon of the principal that white citizens the dlsuHtrous freeze of 25, uae. The prices lowest. If you

the....... Alinont every alLiSOn of the vlatia will turn out to-night and help ang: which cost him his orange grove. He are' loter..etelllIlulrlt..
{ haa of which
a well-kept grove many oo the.K..e lots of the Inoorporatlnn. v nilootUara with the work. Prof. Holly, the lifts been hustling ever since and IIIIH Mrs. C. Smith has recently! purchased Our gar of Well Curbing -q
aitem Into. the country tank. The morahauta AND
waded In Hue horse
knee-deep all a from Jackson NOTIONS
i of oraaoent City are live moil, and tlitiy .lb.w prlnclpa, has had a successful year, prosperity
l etosiks of giioda which would do credIt hi many but to insure h that time. Hertlll makes/ Crescent ville. Will arrive this weAk If you arcanting ,
*f lie larger citIes of tile ........ Living ,la greater ,,' anything In tl Is line we will

_ | ohaapar....... than alniont any oilier town lu tile needs a better school building.The City three his weeks.(home and gets here once In \V. Mlddleton inndo a" bllMluOBIl make low prices/ for 30 duys. New Clothing, Hlack ami! Blue AV'o.irstc-a Suits, New Shoes 'j

4 i The street are lIned with shale lrei>. lInt. home of, the late Mrs. Sarah trip'to Palittka! one day list week. ,
_ f tli" natloa lIT,flake, and broad aholl walk are all bouirlit with for
--a s a- care Ciuli., tnlrinw nil ;
held on the prlnuliial street llloyola paths Bethel and a ten acre lot belonging Mr. BonIer Wakefleldsltont Saturday The C, fl, 'Preston the DiHcOIul1"------ --- .- .
Letter from J. 1.. Hurtoii.QURKN .
lead In dlraolloua.Fartlaa .
many to-her estate sold at out- OI'I :\
were public and ll Sunday In town. :<
-- ----- -------: ery In front of the postofllce last Saturday CrxV, C'L'HA, Mar.\ 1902.) Crnsooot City I Florida. They Can Be Yours
The O. A. R. .J\
In Crescent City tliotlrlnK to ub- Editor falatkt News: met Saturday, with \

lerlit.; tar lisle pap.e or aiehtn. to rfle, morning, aa It had been previously I promlHed you my opinion of Cujn ,- C. J. llogeri! commander for the day.Ur. At a small profit. 1 invite
i theIr anhj rlptlout> tliurato. may jeav their advertised they would be. after bemlhere long you to call and look atirhny Stock
Daneeautl money with Mr. K. U. t-ouiKH.it enough to and Mrs. Oeo. Fluke furnished !
; kIte poatoffla-who U our onthorlaetl I ageut.: The property lies aboub a mile south 'orm one. -The country unlike anv music.

---:---= ---="'-==-= of town. There were f u w bidders'11 I i[ have ever seen. There are 110 ccT' : :
I "'1 laving' been generally understood .miall farms no roads. The natives Mr', and, Mrs. Oeo. Baloomb of GROVEHALL. ..o Shoe ::1\I.Iac..t::

lira friendly 'nitd generous but don't Nashua, N. H. visited Mr. and Mrs. ,
that her sons expected to buy tin- speak English. The country people .
Personal and Social. John Cook _
; property. The home place, a six are all poor and are hard workers rfn Sunday.Ilev. '--' -

acre tract waa bid In by, Mr. W. J J a general thin;<* totally unreliable H. M. Lawson left Friday for For cxccllvnco or location tlilB popular BtitrlunexCBltctt. 1

Bethel,,of Daytona, tor 125. The about their -work or what they tellyou a lecturing tour down the Kant Const II Jo'rom'18' broad veritndiiliim ARE ANY
live in huts or shacks with dirt
\ 3. F. Randolph of New Brunawick, ten acre lot was knocked down to loum, while tile children, dogs, plurs.goata He will be absent about a week. >niifU-oi! >t view are hod In all dlrectlona.tovurlotikauiiitutlful .
:J. U lit Orove Hall.M CroBuunt joke >
______N. Mr. Oeo. Jeal for 100. The auctioneer and chickens are all in the Rev. Mr. Butler of Ormond, FI...., lake. on iuuItleand I
clionnliig on the othert '
and Mrs. Jna. A. McKenna otNew did Ills best to get/( more money, lame. houne., They live principnlly exchanged with Bev. Lawson, SlIn- .la a quiet' homellka placw, nlwa. ,. well YOU HEAD j(

: York are guests at Orove If all.I but with all his eloquence the prices oil licK.punjpkliiH.The island bananiis in this rice province and gnr-Is day preaching both morning and IIIluil with guests who enjoy the runt whirl

I Little honleU are nuw frequently above named was the best he could full' of what the natives cull "Amer- evening.Mr. this ellarn1101J city uiri.rdn.HUNTINO .
leon on tbe streets In the-down town do. kane developee." Americans who .and Mrs.' Edmunds who have NOISES ? !
have been here long enough to speak
dlstrlct The 3ypBles; Festival" given In dpanlah came wIth noine been boarding several weeks with : ( <>I.K LINKS ALL

J 1 Hon..J. H harp wait down for an Clminberltn's Hall loxt Friday night colony have. been most companyor awfully Mm. Humus: have moved Into t their Two books frtiiu. the hut..l. Ceo of LIpkM frt I CASES OF

____ Jaddrew At the, Bartow Farmer' lu. by the children of the Disciplineclub treated by thoae who induced them cottage recontly completed. to UoU. l viieNtH.Seiiaon open. .November tftt.Kvury DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING :;!
to; come. Moat of them I met are
Institute last week. undeFthe direction of Mrs. J. Rev. M. Welch : lois been .
front taUlorliv and was in Palatku rotun ncuuplurt' luring tlieitHttvo ARE
were fully developed NOW
f.i;Mr'and Mrs. Jonas Hi Brooks, of W. Miller was one of, the most enjoyable -> by the "Cuban Hteiuimfilp: & Friday. > HoafonH and. tboiie who dealre, unununodittlona CURABLE ;
and the best attended enter. "" rmr tile oomlng. aouiton aboultl... bjr our new invention Ouly those born deaf are incurable.
Land Coinpnny. All have their
jtbany N. Y..were at Orove Hall
Mr. of Cmnbl'I MaHH.
udilrroaa tlio proprietor, .
['a portion of last week. atnment given In Crescent City the title meet of the woe Incoming and duplicity steamers to tell. They th. sBtopplngwlth his son, J. 1>. Wyethtt | HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY. 1 1.
it.Miss M. Hays ,and M"ls L. Magun- oresent season. young people wharves like lijicknian In the ITnited Mrs. Plplar's. William C. Norton r. A. WERMAN, OP BALTIMORE, SAYS

[Bon of New York, are stopping for a showed that they had the advantageof tnt"l do the trains each offering ... e"/I ... BAl.T''OU. Md.. lI."h in. toe.
""" -"*'"ir entirely cured of d AI.......
thorough drilling and the marches ils services to thanka .
and In I will
you as guide Sfull history t h" your treatment. now givayoo
( hort time at Grove Halt Bo SWEPT AND PLEASING IN TABTK. my CMMI. 0 used ut )oiir ilincreliuu..
and singing was all clever. Mamlt terpreter. He looks as wise as an About. avo tTi'ir'fi'll',. right' '"beliOll to.1"* ", amid this'' ".pl on .
I ;>Ir. and Mrs. Frank .Ctautler r,,- : Simpson's: solo was well received and ,)wi and ns solemn as a Jack ass; Mrs. (I. Peterson 020 Luke St.. Topeka Crescent City, Flar. my I b..rlullio unilerweiit. IrcruTioiVfar. l aWIUMaT wonw.nnlll I lout
turned I tells: he Is for the Kan., speakln; of liullard's llore. a nilnrrh. for three itioiillia without mvnucceM. conmlKd. ,
last week from a two week you agent: only ber of vhy"k'i''ii'. aniaiiK. oilier., the nuwt s num
the skirt dance of-Stella Benham received good land on the Island that be hound Syrup. says: "It lifts. never full only an operation coiilil l cniliu'lit ear 0'0110'| of thincitv. who mull I l 1l11e that
nan help nm, nnd even Hint
I Visit with relatives In Miami. ; :; only teiiinornrlly I tint the haul 1I0i...
an encore. The performance bought; if In the city he can show ed to give entire satisfaction and of all CRESCENT INK{ iotoiinowtindotire ThlH' comfortabl,. tlietl I 1 tree then e,aa but.. the lipnriiig ,n the effected. ear would be lout forever would

_ Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Williams and asted but a trifle over an hour, and you the best American hotel and incidentally cough remedies. It l Ia my favorite .anti 1 th.. ulUnoMmunt..1 ment. After I had your uiml aJverTUeinent It only" a few aceiileiitnlly lips. In. a New York'. piper and ordered voulrtre.t.

11W. daugbter of New York are at all who witnessed It felt well repaid. : takes you where you caniret mint confess to mv many friend. that. .J. C Cook mid 1\/leo E. C. Wul..... both olChuutaiiuiiii B-dav heartIly. after. five week.. my beltIng. In the
  • ea.ed ear|in ha your* been direrlioim.. entirely', rentored.tile liol...c Itliatik<'n.i'U.. and
    the best American beer and'redinner will do, anil has. done what Is olitlmmlfor ", N. Y.. where tlioy have lied! and Leg to remain Very truly your. *. you
    Orove Halt for'the balance of the The club will net lu the neighbor- as our friend John P. Wall It-to speedily euro aoouKU or a cold ; many yettraof oxporlonc In catering to tile Our V. A. WURMAN': .7308. Oreadway. Bnltlmore, Mil.

    month. t hood of $30. calls It. He tells you he is sorry his tnd It Is so weet and pluaalau in "' .at..." comfort of vlHltom. to the celebrated. Lake treatment does not iuterfera tHth your Hfunl oC"fll lltion.

    ft t There wUl be a card party and An illustrated lecture on "A trip a little short of cash Just now or lit QSo, IOu and (I per botlla at Ackeruian" ..tfltewart'll. JlmuLuiKina. AHHoinUy. B.:3 II'.':. nd YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME at..:: I.aIINTEIINA'fIDMAL
    would ask you to "wet your whistle." Fulatka, ami (muuda'. drugstore The huuiM him boon tlool'OlIl\hly renovittetlHi.d .
    pdance at V. I. A. Hall next Thuri- around the World" will be given at AURAL
    fanother developer speaks to you Orescent City.TKNYEABOLDBBIDK. will ntTbrd a moot pteiuumt home for CLINIC 596 LA SALLE AVE., CHICAGO ILL.

    'lay! night. Good muKlo. bun beenDrovided. niinmllArlln'a. HltU.II1'- ill!, ntfUflfl F Oil h. nnUtblv tells. .YOU. not to listen- to --- -- winter vlHltom. Tho table In mipitlleU with

    Wednesday evening: March 10th, by hat fellow "Ha. 18no good.:" Asliilm !: the bent the market aflftrtlM. Halo. made -- ----- -- '
    LaOiorhi .
    'fhe ,work of unbanklng trees, Rev. H. M. Lawson who-'as for about he tells you It I lt The bride In the mown on npplU't-tton. w
    10 and gives youngest country 1
    many reasoiuwhy. ('KEt4CE4T CITY .'LLound's ,\.
    lowing and fertilising orange four years a missionary of the Amer- goodh ey all seemsurprised thaI I I Is Mrs. James Irwin. iiged 10 yenrs 4

    I graven now.occupies the attention of iran board In India Mr. Lawson la the United States does not supprenx i of Centervllle, Hlokman county,

    |,farmer/ now spending the winter at Pomona, a pamphlet called the' "Coloulnt" 1'euneHBee. Mile has Just been iiwrled. Store
    published In New York by the Cuban Her husbnnd ID between 46 Drug
    I' Hon. Wm. Ryan of Portchester, In charge of the Congregational teHinxhlp. Company In behalf of lOud 50 years of age. t

    .,; Y. U accompanied here thla year church there. He baa lectured ex- LicUloria for using the malls for de- --- -- Crescent City
    B'. big sister Mm.' Daly of Oreenwlcb .enslvely throughout the north tlur- rnuding the innocent and unsus- CniiDRBN's Covent AND COLDS. < & ASTONISHING
    OFFER II!!
    ., loioun... Parties who live In LaUlor- '
    the last. four year. slnoe his return Mrs Joe MvQrath. 327 1st St. Hutch- Offers visitors and citizens aC
    [ Conn: is tell that LnQlorla Is all right; but .............._ ...",...' .,..ond........._..........
    from India, and is now speaking In hens logon, Kan.. writes: I have given Dal-. than,.........,.........by........l..,..... .. .....
    for the hay mosquitoes mud po..r .0.0. I.Ini.
    Mr. and Mrs. Win. Engley and lit- various places In Florida His lecture ard's Uoruhound Syrup to my children <,>Dlplete line of ,........... : ........'It.. bnomil. ci ... ,h.r.. patI.. of ....,.. .n,' 1
    .... .
    and want of transportation to the NIddmSin.' .. ..
    to mu .
    4e daughter of Attleboro Ml\ s. for and oolda for the four .. ........w... .. 11.' 'Iu""n..o'"" S. "
    coughs ..
    ; is one of extreme Interest being >litoe. I have not. been' there yet, but past .c Whl.m.i Cl..I 1_ ..,. ,OU, .,...,. .'i'" :
    I have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. vlll visit our old friends the ew.om rears, and Had It the beat medicine ] I Toilet Articles BEAUTIFUL PRIZES FREE '':.: r::,;: '4I', Y H
    Uustrated by some sixty stereoptl- iver usi d." Unlike many cough syrups Will, ,.-......._,... ......._.lOmeodll..oeIItCl5b. lame
    |:F, M. Payson. oon views of them being from ., there loon. It contains no opium but will soothe and nlflncIn CL.4 .,.ed...n.b.f. .....I.."',.....,........,......" II......... '0. .1..'
    many As to the-climate It Is about the ...........,....-will nfl AiletlIrniLl littlemuC tO.. .... .t
    Mrsq Bunker entertained a party which he hlimolf took. heal any disease of the throat' or lunCh And --no.t.,it.., 0 a. .1.1.1 O.l U. c
    photographs lame as Florida,only the glare of the Druggist SundriesAt I Wial. ..4 a., 1.5,1,...uti.n nato. ;:..r:=..=: : = 0 ';
    fot her friends at the home of Capt. The lecture deals largely with sgenen sun IH much greater while the teuierature quicker than any other rourxly. 2Cc, CO .0l. 4.-.,a onild..,d will.h..5..ilitiim, I .mel 1110 VI.e' .. ...

    ( dud Mrs. S. M. LaDree on Wednea- > In the shade always cool. und .$IJJII at Aokermaa .% Stewart's.. Moderate Prices. OOI := :r:'.. r."I. '::u""r=J':;';'. =:: 'I 5011.1.'. ..Mme.h.:. '-_-
    and conditions In India 0 '
    vividly described mere good and lands here Palatku, and Louuda' drug store, Cre,- n''lli notch....1 e.lr. .aol...It........I..",.....,f........n. I an.
    flay evening of last.week. by one who has spent four are poor ceut City a" The large part of our stock "I.bo'..,. I pal.......ho...... I ...bI.chum...n'.n. b'auUfut' .ono
    .as anywhsreeise. The lands are of III 1.-oh', h.lip" Ilk e.h.l m.i.ieI Aihub...l4.l.e.ooithe.h'n.lf,'

    141'': J. P. Cowburn 'baa. been film- years in that land, and Is interspersed three; classes the mountains, the -a !III of recent t arrival. tonm.C rltrubp. ..nn.. r".l.i..4m.qouoime..femmy.ddQos..I....tI's An.,"...9F ._. .... '''M\ ... oil.0.n.'ONLY Si.:. ,
    fishing delicious strawberries for with native 'The lecture Is savannah and the timber or wood- WI..... 0 D 11th. ....11....... .
    songs. NOTICE. '- .. ., : .,.."''n..... $3.91e .... ....
    til* market for the last two week highly spolten of by all who lend,. The mountains are mostly We have lately been aprolnteil;1 Agent .cad. .",........,,................u..........In..*."IC" w.II.Cm WbM"Y"h'' 4
    very 4ia.i F iO.r.l4 ,... .. ;
    n o.I.e
    with and then For the- of receiving tax a r.I q.n Sm. laS
    rocky now patches of purpose for the AmerioaQ :
    Bicycle Company, and o.S% lflriJSflfl.eth.iflo,11fl:,, fla.iq.flutttttole;
    (r'.' Cowburn'i berries are largerhibli have heard It, and Is pronounced exceedingly a small growth of timber the balance returns I will be at the following: If your mind Is on wheels (not ...heelllin h..rlC.p IlliflOIythlflf A, snnt.enm: cflf.dnflumtm.te:: ,. w.e..rnnt,: .:::':,::..:-.....*_. _, I_ _. "
    rRr .n.inn..u P1.1.1' k.it.11111 .W Og" It color 0
    usually seen here. (Interesting and instruclve. savannah" covered with a wild named places as given below. Please. your' head. mind you ) come and let us ..,mm.noS....,. e ." ......It 13"II 0511,..hi.' ,..with ...... en. ,II .10.. ........ ...... .no
    et.la.l.| UM of Liquor. led Clitwi' "_.,... .... tedte. .
    Mr. A. 1.. M. Swabey'and daughter : The price of admission will be !grass would be that ashamed John to Price's be old eAt.ox meet TTIA In person. show you what we can do fur you. U. .. UWTitAJEK'S PUI'I'WUU'I'J.NQ Cttv-UepC mftnt O. 4tf&wanted X4ortlt CIaZ. et, II1Ga....DIo i

    ; Miss Muriel arrived on Friday 25 cents, children IS cents. Doors I: na.. The prluolple value caught of the Edgar, March\. 8d; Jehnson, 4th; )

    t from'? E gIIIond., ,,1\11'. Swabey I open at 7:80 p.m.. Lecture begins at 8. mountains is the honey, which is Norwalk the 6th ; Frultland 7th; 0- APPLICA'AON -
    ens it grOT on the west side of take f dripping out of the eracks and crevices 10th Crescent Mens' Shirts. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB 4
    Deorgetown,8th Denver -
    tel1a: He baa been In England the I For! Town Officers. with gourila. and cups. I heard ; ; Tux Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter Tax Deed Under SectIon H of Chapter
    .City, 11th and 12th; Hunting- Laws of Florida.
    bis, but have never seen It. The 4888 4888 Laws of Florida.
    I 'The for the
    et r part of the past year. of city nominating mass caucus candidates pur.pole for savannahs, which I Judge to be on ton, 18th; Como Uth; Pomona. 15th ; _-a Notion hareby given thatW. O. Town- Nolluo la hereby given thnt W. O. '

    'f A Creecont<; City couple wilt figure the; various city olnoea to be voted wo-thirda of the land on the Island !Hlsco: 17th ; Welaka, 18th; Nashua la order to make room for new goods Bend Co., purchaser. ot TAX Certificate Townatmd purchaser. of Tax Cortlfloata

    divorce court before :Judge Bul-! for' at the ensuing town election was tie mostly poor land with rocksorop- 19; Sntsuma Heights, :20th. ; Roseola, I am going to cloaa out all my No. 1031,dated the4th day of JUIY1 A. D., No. 792. dated the Oth day .of July A. D..
    ping out m most of them.' They IDU8\ haa filed. Bald. .. In baa.
    ck In chambers In .hort time. held at()hamberHn'a hall Monday vary list .my 1801 filed Bold certificate In ray oflloe,
    a m.Remember
    The following ticket was aa much In quality as they do in color [ p. -cvieNe .SHIRT.- office, and has made application for tax and hug made application for tax deed \
    |be In the case were filed evening. both the mountain and savannah the day and. fall not to ,
    paper nominated l ; They are la ray way, and muet go. deed to iMue In aooordance with law. to laaue la accordance with law. Said vt ,
    ne time since and make racy For Mayor. and are from a black to alight gray come out. a. FtBULtARD, Said certificate mtracea the following certificate embraces the following tie '

    badlng, too racy for'' a great tnoritlewspaper O. F. Bprague. and from a light brown to a deep red. 'Tax Assessor. A KoodLainKlrled( Shirt for 25c.: described properlY situated In Putnam acrlbed property situated In Putnam

    like the News. For AUecman. In[ going four miles you pass over all ..-- A Little Hotter One) for 35c.; County, Floitda.. to wit: L'ouniy. Florida to wit!
    ( M. H. White. grades of color. The. wood land is Working Shirts from 35; to 35e: FrauoU Ulchard Lot Section 40, Town. I Int. In :Francis Rluhanl Orb. 'Section

    St.and Mrs. Oeo.F. Morae of Port- W. C.: Norton.; the best and only farming lands on' \ PHYSICIAN Warm. shIp 13, Range 2(1( -lUtll)) acres 40. Township 13. Range 2f -631) acrea.'

    id,Maine, arrived by the steamer H. W. BruHle. the Island so fur" as I can Judge. They "I am desirous of knowing If the profession This IB DO old stook.I The said land being assessed at the SaId land being assessed at the data

    scent last Saturday nigh and are For Clerk and Treasurer. are low and flat and vary In color ado can obtain Heroine In bulk for I but all fresh a.Kens' date of the Issuance of such certIficate. of the Issuance of such certificate. In the '
    Paul C.TBmltll. the others covered with hardwood Describing purposes? It baa been of In the name nf H. O. Cole F..t. Unless name of Ex. of Richard Ort. Unless Bald

    _ Ire for a couple of weeks Mr. and For Collector. growth. As a general thing tlm trees great use to me In treating oases of di.,. : Collars! and: NecktiesAt said oertlllcnte shall be redeemed aooordinu ,- ovrtlnoate shall.. be tedeeniail according to 1

    ir*. Morse were In Crescent. City K: L. Waterman. are small there being but few more pepsis brought on by excesses or over ti.' law.. tax deed will issue therooo on law. tax dead will' lusua thereon -on the

    _____ |veral year ago at wlllch.f time we For'A.,enm>r.It. than tj Inches In dllOlI1e1l'1'-200 to 1 work. I have never known It to fall in your own price. Big stock to chose the 10th day of April A. D., 1002. 10th day. of April. A. D., 11X12. '
    less than three Inch,.. The growthof from. tout fall to come and seetlrs.S.B.SHAW Witness my ofllolal signature and seal' Witness official
    line purchased l a small they ; fl wood is unlike any I ever saw. thIs the :ar.tla of A. O. this
    I_ For Marshal. healthful activity. B0 | property. gefore. Wild orange trevs are the 1\M\I.\ )\
    Miles Laottrrg-er Ackermta A; Stewart's Palatka and [Seal) JOSEPH lUCICE 4

    he public school of the city closes The ticket Is one which will" give only kind I ever saw before. Thesugar Louuds' drug store, Orescent City. Crescent City, Fla. [Seal) JOSEPH FRIGE Clerk Circuit Court:,Putnam Co..Florida.,
    satisfaction.' farms are all on a large scale. Clerk (Jt. Ct of Putnam County,Florida.
    the season, next week. The counI general .
    ... I have visited two. Each: have II<>,-
    1. chool board authorized the local (XX)acres In cans and work from 3.600 DR. H. C. WELCH ,
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    .1:, ioperTlnor to continue the school an. Megrted.ClarkeSoudd.r.At. to 8.IKIO( men when. In full blast. The ..a..*. .a. .A. A..""-..m. .a. --- -- --- r.

    her montli provided ha could' False Jacksonville1, principal prod no U of this province HO Will be at his office la CRESCENT SOUTHERN RAILWAY t::::!:=.
    Be-half the amount necessary from Florida on the 18th!! alt., by the :a.... tarts I am onpnble!l Uidglnc, U sugar CITY PrIdajn.i and Satur.days Budded Pecan In connection! with Florida East Coast and Plant System.I .
    on Thursdays, .
    Van Winder Hhl Uln, Caura U. Soud- rum ban a. ."" cattle and babies. ..
    '--- -
    e patrons. but the patron all ap- tier, of Fort Heed, l"lOrlda.claugMer'' One thins; I ,am positive about in of each week. Orange Trees TO NEW YOltKAND TUB! 1't,8'1' TOmNCIJIIN"'l'l.UHIU"UUan- -. -

    _I g:; willing to,have the !school close of th. law, Re,.. Hermann, Bokum, my own mind. This Is no place" fora ,1'.101 Eap'... WanhInI i tJmir-Pi") ii'LIoltIl
    tu Francis Clarke Brooklyn, N. Y. Inr.nto' corns to unless he hmtspiecty Peach Trees ',- Lintiteot :: '
    w. Office on Central Avenue. :: 'if.nL8t
    : :
    of cash to buy a big tract, of D..n.! .L. ., .

    Ikmoiig the 'o d timers'" to Tlslt The above notice waa clipped from and[ or a sure Job with some responsible I ALL KINDS OF TREES AND PUNTS. LY stAm.gimrtiiie- 0 11 10 .. s-;; .S l pLor fl. 01111.110. : iiit; ; ;-;-

    r elllent! City1 the past week' la Mr.8,. a Philadelphia paper. -If It was published man. or aOll1pan1' or to go home JOHN D. B. ., Jsek.uonvl'I.. III fit P M mill a T n p ,. "ok"hvlll._ I te a 7.s5 p wt
    In'Jacksonyille at the time It: on when he wants. to get. The lands VINCENT. O. .."REfGHT' EPA'O.. oo sawunnahi..... .0 .. 'iii As 1100.a fllllevtlle. I III.a 7,130 P f '
    othi who came here 'orli'lnallyme observation. The bride la aNI< all owned by hairs and in big I .-'a Ar ltuetimiiuava I : ..4'IIi' ; :;: : if-; : f'flclnmltl 'I : :; ; :(: p
    25 but who returned escaped Th... I. M year ago well-known to Crencenfr traeta few of them containing less HAZE OUTTIWO lit APPROVED STYLES. Lawn Bouth. Writ far a copy .,our ....111m....... .111'. a C ret ..113'\ p. itotroat.: oo fillip '0 a ,
    i hi* old home la Lawrence Mas"., City people> than 40.01)0) acres up to BO.UOO; and'tb) OHtlDREN'S WORK A -PBCI 41.TY.Theiihopbtta caiatof, free open apvllcMlo"-I ... Plliuotsipllla.! I'" p II HI a it 10 a I / miii .p a tiea. ". ,.J
    _ several hem in, Mew ( .... .. 4 lit 1".1""s" a .. Plthmtuu'v..0. .
    having spent seasons aUI p
    OQJ ( have Nwn "tPfl4ll S
    on after the!95 freexe. Mr. :Booth: IOOres. Capitalist\ men raoantly equipped witha flOOD "'II16$. LOW PRICCS.mt p ... .It
    ________ company with her mother and sister over the Island buying up the lands. naw and modem ehau. and other oomforM.Mrraaoraarakaptln OThe5ontnemaimUmt'lergstamd) the "Chi"...,..MIII1I" f.'f' Nnrtlvwtve' 80"\ 7"r\ r
    __ Ii own a house a little aouth bf and acUte If all I bear about tbalaw U true and condItIon only elena tinfrma, uonint ooufMr.f. lismuith traIn.. r..I..lo.ln 0..1.1011. 1I'.u..I", on,mtiiur e...."".The i'.,'
    taking an Interest la the '
    C town line. He I la spending one has to go through all the form, ", ...11 are need and suatoiaara are mrati teadperfeot .0. ". HI 9. __/eo ,,.. Baliwaylisetllsbest6iilingears5rvlc., AppiyteenvhekaA.otnrvaaln..QAKr '.. Ibrr. 'f, I

    i e k or two renewing acquaintances.A1 work of the. V, I. A. to.ito
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    : ; niHhopWort's, ) Visit. Farmer's 1 nut Unto. lIon<18 JJellll/C! i/ ngrnv..l Martin Griffin00.; :

    ;: :Bt. Key. E. U. Weed, bishop of I Arrangements. liave been completed The] board uf 1 bond' f trustees. have Talk of the TownThis

    Floildn, preached In St.: Murks for holding Putt.ain, county Far l awarded' the con Such for "'"KrIWlnll'the

    church ]last Sunday both morning; mer's, Instituted. Fry's opera houseIn new immlclpnj bond issue !to Cor- If 1882-1902.. .
    J. less. Macy & Co.. of New York. As
    and evening to overflowing congre- Oils city on Saturday March 22d. SOOl),' as a proof has been receivedand week will 'be the money saving opportunities we "''sTsT'a.tor Sti
    ",., ? IlI' ons. At the evening service The Institute will be under the auspices approved time. board will advertise offer at this sale of absolutely CJor.: :I:: :...oa:: '. o-orx.: : cxrxd. .

    : y Hector Matthews presented .a class of the agricultural department inviting bid, for the bonds. AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
    ,,' on9 for continual, ten of whom It the FloHdu." Agricultural: College. There have been many Inquiries New GoodsNo

    I' were men, allnlne( womim. It WOK The local committee has endeavored securities concerning, and the investors.Inane' from dealers in Spring: Sash, Doors, Dllnds, Paints, Oils, Load, Plows, Plow Fixtures, Cultivators,

    : the largest class. to be for select such for discussion Iron, Steel: Barbed Wire, Smooth wire,
    presented rp topics as Cor- Dillls, Seeders, Hoes, Rakes, Scythes,
    -- such prices ever before heard of in this city. Wire Netting[( Staples Tin Roofing ,
    $ confirmation St. Marks chinch II will have the
    I greatest degree of Interest Train ])IU-li<> Potato Qhovels, Spades
    h many years, and speaks much fur to the farmer of this county, Boollng Nails. Sewer Pipe, Well CurbIng !Bnathos, ,

    : ,..r, the popularity. Indcfnglfable labor ivud U In hoped that they will turnout System Freight ran train Into Wo.a:208! broken on the flange Plant' : Here They Are : (, Chimney Flue. Wads Flak Axes, Bswe, Cutlery J '.. Supplies I ,
    Powder, Caps
    of Rector Matthews, who l is but |In great numbers and thus make near. the waterworks last. Sunday: .. Cartridges fihells,
    Primers. shot, Saw Handles Axe Handles Files, Pumps, Babbit Metal,
    ;v 4 ,,4 .' entering upon his neeond year ns rector -I the Institute the success its Importance evening and six( lomli-d cars were Toil de Nord Ginghams worth laj/c, our price nc Rake Handles, Hoe Handles. Picking ,

    '.., of this church. deserves. dltchud.wrecking. No crew one was was injured.to work A "2500 yards Fancy Swiss Lawns, per yard sc Hammer Handles File Handles Stoves, Plumbago. Woodenware, Tinware, Oman
    .' : %:g % -- There will be two sessions-mornIng ,clearing the track. and put it was not until 5000 yds. Hamburg. Edgings and Insertions per yd sc Stove FurolnDlugs, Step Ladders Cash Itewaro, Lanterns and Burners
    ; AA'oinuu's Club Musical. and afternoon. The morning the following ,day that trains could' Drawers
    Fancy Colored Organdies worth laj/ c, our price ice
    The twelfth regular!! meeting of the tension will open at 9 a. m. and continue pass.' In the meantime through Remember we carry
    till The afternoon trains, were obliged. to run over tile. Fine White Pique worth 350 our price per yard 15C
    held ses-
    Woman's Club
    Fortnightly was and
    !! Florida. bouthern division. The Celebrated 0.'. K. Stoves Ranges.IN .
    : at the home of Mrs. Martin Orlflln don will be from 1 ::30 to 5. ,
    .. The above are but a few of the many
    _ Friday afternoon, March 7th. Thusual < The program\ of addresses will be FITTING DEPARTMENT
    Kitstor ( in STEAM
    amount of business was attended 'M follows: 01 Hop. bargains we are now offering OUR '

    "Fertilisers. and Fertilizing Dr. Society people of the city will FULL LINE OF
    to, and the following musical WE CARRY A
    H. 14. Stockbridire Lake City. have nil opportunity to enjoy real New Spring Goods
    program was rendered to the delight: IV swell hop soon, inasmuch as curd
    "HucceHsful C. K. =
    _ _ and edification of members and the McQuarrle, le SYrup Funliik Making Hpringn. Invltatfons. are wilt announcing an IE?ipo, :E"i tt1.ngs, ,

    ) ,: large number of visitors who were "Fruit Growing," T. J. Oodby, originator faster dance to be given on Monday Leo JacobsonPalatka. ""V' Eto.
    of the Waldo mid JewelljHaches. evening, Mardi\ Hist, by the local, 1 7 ?.1-'c7-og ,
    present ,militia, the Uem\ City Guards.Heston'a .
    Piano Duet, Waltz and Finale,Carl "About Feeding Animals," Dr. H. oich nra. has been engaged Fla.Mr. We male a specialty of Sanitary Plumbing and! Steam Fitting.
    _ _
    Bohiiv Mm. lliiss' and Miss helb. E. Stock brltlle. for the occasion. and that/ an enJoyable .. _. .
    I Vocal Solo, The Rosary, Neven- "Improvementof 1 Florida Cattle," lime is In store for all who ------- --------- ---- --- ---- --------- ------ -

    Mrs. Van Harllnieii. Ion.V.. H. Cook, Pomona. attend, goes without saying.City I O. N. TIIJ] lor, of Brunswick, H A. E. WILSON QEO. E. WELCH T. B. MERRILL

    ., .' Violin Solo,Traumerel, Bchuman "Uetting( : the most from our Soils," "or ..... On.this, spent week.a day or two In the city -* :(:S r 9 PBWIIIII>KNT. VICE PBXSIDENT. CABHIEB.

    .. Mils Brooks. Uenj. X. Uradt, Huntington. .

    Vocal Solo, ("I) hhe Wandercc'' The U. S. & F. Railroad authorizesthe $ Happening and $ harryVard'r. Minstrel will give ,[ THE National BankOf
    Down the Mountain hide, Clay; (b) News to state that round trip nil enteitiilnment at the opera house 3 3 ( nQ.W Putnam
    Kocluiby Dealie, Brewer (c) Japanese to-night. The has. 40) minstrel ...
    ; company ( -
    tickets will be sold Personal mention. TlB
    that !
    from all
    Love Song, Tholl1"s-lIl1ss Hub. day $ ai'tints and It l In mild gives it veryclever 3 3Cfl
    : bard. ..Italians; between Hampton and Pal. ''SICIlILs. peifornianco The company 3 3Co :Fa.la.tl5.a.

    Piano Solo, Allegro, Sonata, Beethoven atka at 2 cents per, mile, and at non- H. wl..and. mother visitedSt. will also give a noun street 1)I I'lIde. '.

    -Mrs. Selden. ticket stations at the same. rate. Augustine. lust "Sunday The steamer Metnuiora. left fur the ;;: : We solicit the accounts' of the people throughout Putnam County, and tender all

    Vocal Solo, Selected-Miss Dunn. 1 hiw rate applies only to train Ko. 8 trip up I IheOc-klnwaha river to Silver: O- -
    5 accommodations consistent with good Banking.
    Mr. W. of
    O. Cnn, AMhlund, Ohio, lost will. 3o the courtesies and
    0 Recitation, The Four Movements !going to Palatka and to train No.4 pent 'Tiienday in this city.Mn Springs. Saturday noon ,) alist t*-0 CPS5C
    of fl record bleaker
    : )) H
    ?%Il4: ? Adagio Staccato' ,Allegro-Andante Miss, Allegretto isabellaJone: : am leaving Pulatkaon March\ 22d. ". I, 11. Scott has gone to "St., for \\IIIS8ellll.s.. On Tupsdav, of {
    Other roads have not yet been Petersburg to s|"'ml the week. th I... week the game boat, carried 42 CL
    _ Vocal, Solo( Creole LOVe SongSmith
    _ '; -Mrs. Van Huilingen. heard from, but il Is expected Unit Mr. J. W. Hickmnn, of Louisville, passengers.Mrs. Cog 0

    A vote of thanks was extended to they also. will make reduced rates Ky., visited our town Tuesday Isabella Biikv: and children, i'>-
    ; for this Walter, Percy and Marguerite[ after o
    all who hud( taken part In the musicale occl lou. Mrs. 'I' L. Clerk, of East Palatka, a pleasant visit. of five weeks InI p1vKeroseneDarr1sWzirited. l
    : very 15-
    R and to Mrs. Martin llrlflln for These institutes can be made im-,. was n shopper in the city Tuesday.Mr. I III I.. city to the family' of. Mrs.. 11. A sr:

    t the hospitality of her home. inonstley profitable to the agricultural J. A. Uakpr,of Richmond l, Va., fluky on Klrliy street, left this afternoon S

    -- clnsxes, and it is expected tluit was, a visitor I In' the city Tuesday. for their homo In Louisville cl g p .

    _ e 'Twill be Major Welch. there will be a big attendance. of The Dunn cottage the west end }{y. *"*

    There was a full attendance of delegates Putnam county farmers at the opera is receiving a new> coat of paint this Mrs.\ Burtz: of Columbia, Ala., who H, w- e-t- ;: Write the
    1. house March\ 22. week. liiw, been the giient of Mrs. K.; I'. !? S
    at the Democratic City convention JnckHon the few week, left ft *
    past ,
    _ lout Thursday night. C'lmir- .- H. R. Gordon ]leaves this week for yesterday for Gainesville, at which MONKR1DQE MFQ. CO., Palatka, Fla.

    mini Feariiulde called the convention Death of Mrs. John Iteitlc. Nahuntee' Ua., to be gone several place she will visit. her son, Jesse K. COo, r* O"on
    days. Hurl for I n few (dny 7 (She was accompanied ::r :1 0
    _ __ '
    to order and ex-Mayor J. D. Points The many friends of Mrs.\ John
    Improvement are being made at by Miss\ Nellie Jackson.
    was made chairman and Jas. A. Ueulo will be pained to learn of her .
    the Watson livery stable on Lemon The lat lecture under the auspice = M o
    r,1rD! ..
    Bnlr, secretary. tudden death whirl occurred at her
    ; street. of the Woiimn'H Fortnightly Club --- -- ------ --- -------

    Mr. E. Tioble Calhoun in a graceful lioine in the northern part of th Is city Howell A. Dnvls made a business will be given in their club rooms! tomorrow C. 3 =

    and eloquent speach placed in at 7:15: o'clockVedne8day morning, trip to Astor! FLa., the first part of night (Friday), when Prof. CD C .-L. JUSTRECEIVED For FRESH
    nomination for the office of mayor. ; liter an Illness of only three days this week. Edmund K. Bioidim will speak on .:;-r WESTERN
    Moo. and Tendencies in ois ,,
    "PhllllpH, ly, '
    4 Dr. Oeo. E. Welch, and there being I The pause of death Is attributed to Mr. 'V. C. Townsend the Osklawoha Modern English Poetiy." : .. ANDFLORIDA
    no other candidates. a, motion was traumatic peritonitis.I river naval stores olmeratorwas In NEW CROP OFLantolh's

    ___ : made to makefile nomination of Dr.II Mrs.\ Beale wan born In Ireland, town yesterday. nely]Dr.have Guy C.gone Estes to 'lainpa mid J., B.Fla.Don-, as ..., MEATS

    :tt Welch unanimous, which was done. Time 1841. At an early age she went Miss\ LI//.IU. Fry has/ returned from delegates from St.: Johns Lodge No. Garden Seed

    '. t'; Dr. Cleo. K. Welch Is. one of PaIRlka's to England, where she met and mar- an extended visit. to relatives and H, Knights of Pythias in this city, to New Liue of Go to the l' ]latka City Market.

    _ leading citizens He is a physician ried her husband and in friends In tst. Augustine. (he an nil,ill meeting of the Gram
    September Spring (Wholesale and Retail)
    ., Mrs L.A.Smith has returned from Lodge of that order, which convened FOR
    fl"f of statewide reputation, and 1875 she to this
    a came country timers this week. to be Shirt \Waist THOS. HOLDEN
    a short visit to relatives and friends They expect ; Proc.
    ,' enjoyes a large and lucrative prac Had low Kent, England, and took up at 1JeI."nd and !Hanford. gone all week. Also SPRING PLANTING
    ., tice. He l Is vice-president and a director her residence in Palatka, where she Sausage; Poultry, Bacon,
    H. A. hodges] : the mill man of Hut"lima The street car Is now run ou rogular Full Assortment
    Hams Etc.
    In the Putnam National Bank has since resided. I-iightswns a business. lMltor .Hchedule, ate per tlmecnrdrt. which ,

    ) :. and tins a ]large ,Amount. of real es- She was a life-long communicant In Palatku last huturday. have been Issued and distributed.. Summer 4D8:> Lemon St., Palatka, Fla.

    _ _ -- I tate. He has served on the county I of the Catholic clia.eh, and the least J. S. Tyson a traveling man of I'he time management In not satisfactory states it thut will gladly If the E Hamburg* and Swiss At City Drug Store Phone IT.

    school board, and the health board that can be said of her li, that she Jacksonville, wjis. Interviewing Pal- make any changes looking to the Lmbroideries; and ,

    V'4. but; aside from these has held no was a good woman. atka merchant, Tuesdny.'! improvement of the service that __

    C other public offic,,". He Is a dignified She leaves a husband, one daughter The members! of the Palatka, fire does not interfere with trains. Hosiery Harry E. Stewart.

    ; -.. r 'J gentleman on the sunny side of 40 and four sons to mourn her de.inise department Indulged In an oyster Mrs. D. ]M. ColTman Mm. B. B Just received at F. C. Corsets

    ,ti years, has pride In the city of his to whom the sympathy of our supper lust Monday night. Leeper, and two Interesting' children, K-m( L Cucas'. PRESCRIPTIONSCAREFULLY m a I\ .

    : adoption, wants to see it grow and people Is extended. Mrs.\ Owens mid son Ernest,of Sat- have terminated a lIellllon S visit in AMERICAN BEAUTIES

    _ will] do all he can to help it. The Impressive funeral services were climB Heights, were visitors to the this city and left yesterday nfter COMPOUNDED.
    city lust Saturday, and Sunday.Mrs. noon for their home In KockwoodI'enn. W.
    convention could not have made a held from the Catholic church' While heru these ladles won have.
    I !II) r ....
    .1. In an
    ,, more popular nomination. 9o'clock this morning, Father J. I C. H OHgood and MIss. A. a host of friends, who regretted to 0"0, a ON ': KArn. i .
    : : -.5-- O'Brien the last rhcgiie, of Norwich, Conn, were III see them depart so early in the sea ucean House "_ JHK .1.1. .nd.h.p.
    : performing sad !Palatka th6! first part of this week. colt, but trust that they will, visit en 4)8 (Ul'..sss. ssstOpen ) .. to fit
    -t. .. The Library Association. Elects riles, and the interment took place Palatka again next winter. Eo CD.- all I1eyaar., HatosIt5toPLioperday.CHAS. .Y.rJI'5wr..
    '. I OOlcert). In the Catholic cemetery. Mr. W. A. Iltiddington, a lumber ..... 0 I-t r.. KUPPERBtlSCH, Prop'r.FOR and .v.rpCOr. .
    ; manufacturer (nf Ureon Cove Springs ..*I.said
    4 ', ..c At the annual meeting of Palatkn Gerber & Sons( had charge of the transacted buHlness in this city'rues- who Jim broke Mack,into a coal the black lioime Indlvidtm of the Q U C) 2ts S under thlR .
    t_ Library Association held Saturday, funeral arrangements. day.A.. bridge tender nt Rice Creek bridge Q ... t : SALE.An >o>t liberal
    ," March!8th, the followingoflleers were last ] afternoon and took ;).:. "W arrant"Monvy _
    $. w -- ---- L. Roger a contractor of Tallahassee Thursday ..:: Q
    f' -., elected to serve one year: Illustrated Lecture spent several days here this therefrom several, articles of value, cl.., "CIS -1-3 -"' r*.
    _ President Rev. Thos. P. week on business and pleasure com was arrested near the old J. T. &. K. 0.. old established fruit and fundvd .ftr
    Hay, CO
    An illustrated lecture on "The bined. W. shops in this city late Thursday = :;: four w..h.'
    .: >.
    __ vice-presidents< Mrs. J. W. MacGregor Practical Missionary Work in India, night. by Poliueinnn "Hanford.' He en cpnfectionery business. Corner trial If co... I.
    Mrs. A. E. Wilson and Father will be given at the Presbyterian Mr. J. E. D-Olan, representing the was locked up. Friday morning t cJ: t:: I, net mtlmtmctory.

    4 l O'Brien; secretary, Mrs. R. F. Ad- church this evening, Thursday Babcock of Baltimore Print Ing,Press Md., was lilt'g.in Company town- !Mack\ was\ given a preliminary hearIng COCO >. $ stand ;No. 501 Lemon street.
    before Juetlce Itowton and .
    was LooK for this
    -Fs ams treasurer, Mr.\ Henry fcjtrnnz.; m
    ; March 13 at 7:80: o'clock. The lecturer bunday. vommttted to jail to await the actionof .c Address Postoffice box '252 Trad MarKonln

    -;* ... L j ? Reports from oillcers showed thai l Is the Rev. H. M.: Lawson for Major W.' S Olessner. of the (I. S. the next term of the circuit court. ... CO .id. of corset
    the library was in good financial : M "0 Palatka :Florida for .
    r condition four years a missionary of the AmerIcan & F. Hallway,came down from Macon particulars and on box.
    and proved that the attention Tuesday and spent the day in A very pleasant gathering took .... rcs
    church In India
    Congrrgrational -
    at the hospitable. home of Mr. '
    place :
    1 Palntka. ; tb5oh mar 6-mi ItALAMAZOOCORSET
    and interest of our people were given who Is spending the winter at and Mrs.. Kclwlu; Del'by on Kirklam s=1 S '

    more and more to it. Many new Pomonrt. The lecture will be Illustrated Prof. Teeter, principal of the Sebnstlne street, last Friday night: the occus CDP CO.
    _ books have been added during the publle school,passed through shun being the celebration of the iiiltl =J Sol. M.k.
    by some sixty stereopticon Eggs for rItalaraazoo. S
    = Hatching.
    the city Tuexclny morning en route to birthday, of their daughter, MissAftneH.
    : ? past year. 4139 visitors have been views, showing a large number of his home at Hawthorne. There were about thirty gt t:1 Barred Rook MIoK.FOR .
    Plymouth better
    recorded during the past ten months. .scenes In India, portraying. the con friends of the young lady prcHcn. a. no
    ? Mr. T. H. Andrews, wife and family anywhere, |1.IO( per setting. Write
    t, The following committees were ap. ditions and customs in that strange of 'VlnepeR.1\IKnltobll1. were tourists tutU a delightful evening was whiled = 1,8, or call on : SALE BY

    pointed at the close of the meeting: land, the people, and especially the who visited Palatkn on Tuesday awny. Many Interesting and ainns 'r: ... IYO -C, ) CHAtI.B.nOWTONI' 11. THE a E. BOND COMPANY.
    and )
    Ing were Indulged I re- :
    ; Administration Mrs. Gardner, methods of missionary work among 1'hcy were guests at the Arlington.Mr. freshmpnts games served, concluding with <11-

    it -" Mrs. R. F. Adams, Miss MacGregor. them. This lecture has been pro- Fred Owens and sister, Miss\ ) phonographlo selections. After wlsh- QIG (I. Louis D*'L"Y. CHAS, )I. HtI...,. nG.
    44: Finance-H. Strunz, I. I Hiines, nounced by all who have heard it to Katie, nf SatMiiuia Heights, attended Miss. Agnes many happy returns of
    Mrs. H. S. Wilson, Mrs. O. E.Welch. the confirmation services at the K pin- the day... and bidding all good night When it
    be very instructive, interesting' and' copal church\ I In this city lost Sun at a late hour, the young people do- G. wpm UllEY X CO. come to
    Book Committee-I. I. Hlmes W. )
    _ profitable. day evening. departed for their respective homes. QIs.
    _ .. S. Burdett, Mrs. J. W. MacOregor.\ Mr. Lawson conies at the Invitation > vi ,
    ) Entertainment Committee-W. S. and as the guest of the Presbyterian Miss\ Dickinson, of Jacksonville The Guards met In''their! armory IIiI iM C = Fire Insurance TABLE SUPPLIES
    _ church. and there will be ,no has accepted n position an stenographer Tuesday evening and' a good: drill '_ G.q_ :
    Burdett F..D. Wattles Mrs. J. II.
    In the (affice of F. II. infer In
    ; charge for admission and no collection was had under the able command 01Cant. 0010
    ___ ..,ys .. Ilaughton Mrs. O. B. Selden, Mrs\ taken up.' The] Palatka public, this. city and entered upon her J. 1) Potnta. After the drill Leading American and Foreign
    _____ 7: A. S. Wlllard, Mrs. O. E. Welch, and especially the young people of' duties Mondajr morning.It an Impromptu bunlness meeting was We have an idea that we can pleaseyou

    Miss Anita Bailey. the public school and of all the Is stated that' an' effort is being! held at which the resignation! of Second Companies. and not, at the! same time, Unnecessarily -
    ____...____ church; Sunday schools, are cordially made to induce, Andrew. Carnegie to Lleutenand 1) B. Bardln was received $ >
    Invited. purchase theVult..r Thomas re..l.ilence read and accepted. The committee For Sale. Accident Insurance deplete; your exchequer.To .
    Death of Cupt. n. L. Cable. I :
    -a, p and pr nent. the same to tile for the company's' Easter hoo supply
    Capt. Harry L. Cable, a former Friday's Fire. city for a public library.Mr. was also. announced and is composed! Palms the beautiful The Travelers of
    r well-known citizen of Drayton Island of the following: Chas.' 11[. Milliard, / Japanese( Fern Balls, OerJ { Hartford.
    L The alarm of fire at a]late hour on 'V. P. Wright of Boston formerly Kugene; J. lay, A. M.\ Mel\ ver, K. K.;
    : was found dead In his room at Friday terndbn" last wan occasioned a resident. of Drayton Islam. Neck Chas. Burt and I J. 1), Buky.A S aniums. Gala and Easter f Life Insurance: Wholesome Edibles
    v : 4 r a Savannah hotel last Friday morn- by the discovery of tire coming from ind a brother of ex-G'ounry Clerk handsome table and vase was presented Lilies, Pansy plants with iC

    L ing. Death wax due to rheumatism the roof of the kiln of the Beldeti Frank Wright Is. in the city for amonth's I to Cape and Mrs.\ Points at many desirable varieties, V The Old Reliable "''GermaniaLife" ,

    lt. of the heart. Cypress Door Company. The hox.' stay and Is the guest. of attorney I this meeting /as a token of the f at the Palatka Greenhouse / at moderate cost la our ambition In

    _ .r Capt. Cable left Palatka on the soon companies had several responded streams promptly playing and The millinery Henry Htrunz.opening of' Mrs. E. company's their recent respect marriage.. upon. the event of k near union depot. S of New York. life. The store Is literally ailed with

    Wednesday mornlngbefore his death, upon the burning building. Twenty W. White, oil First street,last 1'hurll- ..... By l"ra. C. B. Meston. good things. 4
    I intending to go back to New York to minutes of font work placed the fireunder tIny and Friday, was. an occasion flarine Insurance:
    control. The damage l Is put l- which proved! Interest CUBES SCIATIC. RHEUMATISM.
    his business relations with general to GOOD TEA and
    I the resume commission firm of Corns & Cole Is muted the at building abouf.lXK and( ), on on
    I attended. Knoxvllle Tenn.. writ. June II), 181)1))!) : Learn to Write Well for GOOD BUTTER
    with whom he has been connected In the kiln. Part of this lumber was I : All ,
    "I have been trying the baths at Hot
    MorrlS Claims
    for the past three years. He went to destroyed outright, while a part was Messrs.\ : and Edwin Tomp- Promptly
    damaged by smoke and water, and kln8.ofOerlllllol1townN.: Y'.who hare Springs Ark., for solatia rheumatism 25 Cents. Finest of HAM and BACON.
    .' ; bed in apparent. health on Thursday can be put In shape again. .spent the season. in this city nt Rohf. but I get more. relief from Ballard'sSnow A Hnall Settled.
    1 ,night on arrival in Savannah. He The fire Is said to have been canned James'terinlinted' their visit. Wednesday Liniment than any medicine or a Profeaior m.In Hoiitoimprg",Uermnnr Just Inyouled, (muliM by, We deliver] to
    had been in Palatka to recover froman by a I spark from some outside agency afternoon and departed far. anything I have ever for tried. Enclosed bend the' 500rwt penman a npl udlj writs, In a Offloe, 28 Front 8t, FALATKA, FtA*. goods any. partof
    Had postofllco order 100. few dtsye.
    of rheumatism and for the catching in a "pocket" in the roof home.A the City.
    attack ...,.
    me a large bottle by Southern Express. Ijl lf>r oil by prominent Colluue ..
    where dust had collected and burnIng .
    ..: .fi four weeks previous to his death was small fire occurred Thursday Sold by Aokerman A Stewart, l'alutk, pltienuSIenhity: :\ In :Buiwui
    through.Mr. An.erl.i- Sent if ilcmV:
    ; i the truest of Mr. John Q. Tilghman.He .- afternoon. of lust week in the apartments and Lounds, Crescent City. ID coin or ....m.pmipsi.I... ......on whether"JJ- mn.n'incBu"u"wr Just arrived at
    -- over Mills Kate Lucas' millinery .. chll"' .
    ', t, seemed much better lost Wednesday Uavll at Home. parlors. < oimcd. bye lace curtain ,... : Asiiu. W nUd on w.r" L C. Stephens

    _.,, ,' t on ida departure, and said he catching on fire! from a heater near- FOR HALT1:-One large. Educational F. A Berber & Sons ,
    Davis and his Mfj. Co.
    Congressman daughter. ,
    thought he would be all right now. by. The damage\ was slight.: cheap for cash; H.m"remUI"'j
    Miss Nellie, arrived home from Glrandln Kin. MB 8.4'h St..PIULAPELPHIA.PA.
    __. If not he would come back. '., Washington on Sunday night. On An entertainment under the auspices Full line Kirbyand Morris Sts.
    t4l : : Mr. Ttlghunan went to Savannah. the following' morning Mr. Davis of the Ladles Aid Society of 28 latest ..

    h t on Friday and took charge of the left for Tallahassee where he had the PrnsbyteDan! : church will be given for !U> cents.) Postpaid any part of U. TaOwwsatQu -
    business. before the at the opera bouse on Friday Send to from. liO-Oarfs Art -
    Important supreme S. photograph!! copy ad
    yL! remains which were forwarded to court which it was expected night,* Marco 21st. An enjoyable CHAD. BAND AM,/STOCK::! Co., Atlanta QisoIlMEaglaei Squares,

    .. New York. would keep him until Wednesday evening premised all who attend.! U.... UaochM. ,FOR SALE.

    ;' Capt. Cable was about" 43 years of when he expected to return here fora A "Pie Boclitl" was given 'Tuesday iQ. AatomobUM. Etc.

    :%, ., ; age. He formerly ran on the St. day' or two before' going back to night at the hrnuiot Mrs. Btelts, by men WANTED to represent-Bright us In men each and county wo- Too"'on. avoid sas ci...of. Cabinet HardwareAnd Desirable residence' property

    'i p Johns river and was well known to Washington. 'e. .. the Ladles AM Society: of the Metli. and town In thin. state. .Good pay of uiti: .0nltn... r":us. io Pnlatka, situated on the cor
    dirt church. A good attendance, a 55-515' It b.i is
    _ fl_ he engaged In. orange About 18 growing years and ago Millinery Opening good time. An interesting musical and pRrtl.steady SOUTHBBN employment l'u to r.18HUIG right: sties pAUTOSPARKER,-as everything found in a flr tol uer of River and Dodge Sta.,

    ; trucking on Drajton Island which Miss Kate L. Lucas will give her and literary program was rendered. ,, Co.. Hoom 316 West Bldg. Jacksonville *sa Furniture two hundred feet square, river

    ,4 business was continued up to threeyears annual Spring opening of Millineryand Fla. rh W5i.,...........had, tos..y......hl....n.w 0...... Store. .Lots in front. Inquire of the _
    'Dr. C. W. Keel, the painless tooth fur d.s.uipUvs boo"'...onniatsi,.......
    .: under the firm name of Fancy Ueods on the following 1tOOII1'" tr.... '
    ._4i f_ k Parker &Cable. dates, Friday and Saturday March extractor will remain in Palatka until -I I WE WANT-Hundreds of agents of-'b................I.Mlue nil-ksown"' ....D',...".. aul.wqh.u..and...n.. .... ---s owner,.Mrs, J. Hallock Drake,
    ]..t. Those wishing dental. everywhere, salary and to .
    : April expenses-
    Capt. Cable was well known in 14th and 15th. A cordial Invitation Funeral Directorsand 183rd St. and 3rd Ave. New _
    .afjI- Falatka and numbered a host of I la extended to the ladle of Palatka work should call and see him. Prloi, hustlers., I(you want to go on road. | MOTSiNOER! DeVICe! MPG co.
    $ -t reasonable. Office over Ryan' I write us at once.- Southern ContractIng 9118) lids .tuss5. pi..as,55- .... York Straw
    -y rm... friend* who are "grieved, att' his and Putnam county to visit the storeon ; Henry: ,
    ; 14j .JI'. ..... t' tbe above dates. furniture store-, 'J-J.s. Co.f Late (City,) ,Fla Embalmer.s.L Palatka, Flau _

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