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

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NEW SERIES VOL. X, NO. 11. PALATKA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY: MARCH 20, 1902. 91, Per ':'r.j:



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,Always something doing at Fearnside's. World's News of the Week. erection A UOINtiS big ice at Punta factory/ON tlordu.IN\ FLORiDA.In process ol CONGRS8MAN( SPARKMAN. ;



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j I. men Will) correct; t Ideas Put up In Small Doses for Those Bonnected Frank PaLmetto A.by Wnlnole and telephone.Tampa of Palm.ttwll have been LKPHYSHONESIIRIIEIO :



:: about dress are the very ones who Who. Want.. Their Facts. .. Boiled-, l take: The charge Tampa"of Brewing the Tllla company Is 1 WOR[ ( !' IS COLlEflGOLl [ <,.

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I': appreciate certain points of iiobbi- Tho HoiiMe of RppruHentntlves France will have a finer show at Arcadia

0 paused 220 pension blK I..t Bltlr- the St. I.oull expotdtloi than she found The a recent number grand true Jury bills at against l\\\\\\ His M lor Florida n O on River

ness that distinguish our garments. clay and It wnmit a good day for had at Chicago wol,I l's fair. Mr.Howen. "blind tiger" operators.

pensions, either. the representative of the (St.

; from those sold by dealers who. ) I.oull exhlbltnn. has had a confer.elCR Joshua Ml/.ell has been appointed nrMr Was S SMaunlceni -
pay Lord and Lady Pnuncefnto have wi I of commerce, )ostmaHter at Punta Uordu, and he nnt Commlee

been friiextg of Quo. W. Vandorbllt at which the former miS, of course, quite happy. -
little attention to their wants and '
"ler"d.
so at "Ulltmore near Asliovllla, N. C. that France dualrud river -

They went back Washington last ,l 10.(KM) meters of floor Logmen on the Apalachloola
I.; when suit is Saturday sqare Hpnoe. have had a very successful season,
requirements a new __ A youngmnn' In Peru., Ind., became and the harbor of Apaluchlcoln Is David who

_________ :"It wan 6 dofrreeH below zero nt Bl .- ninress m with an' ad. which read: now full of logs. was In the state lost week on business

thought of. _____ narck on Saturday anil wind WUH .Voung man, some women loves you before the supreme court, talkedto
_________ I know who she The Plant System Is enlarging its
I. slowing front the no.'Hi at a speed of dtI.ly.Vonld you at Webster. Had to do It because a reporter of the Times-Union andCIU"ens '

1 Our. new Spring UPtigbt, Clothes) (15 lies mll oil..people.an hour BO.HH t keep the s? the woultlke. 10 to cents be your In stampsto only depot of Increased that vegetable ship. ab the union station in ;

Occult Diviner aOilresv as below uonts from town.T. Jacksonville lawt Saturday night

The rlvprn of Georgia and Alabama and learn her name." He sent the of Bellealr liWOquarto .
A. Splvy shipped concerning certain matter. of inter
For men and youths are marvels were terribly swollon on Monday stamps and got his answer: "Mother. of strawberries on' the Hth est; to Floridians now pending in
water
The[ high mark of the dumpest ." the lath
about the number
in' and Finish. We have all season will be rAlhod. and .nl'm.r same on congress. Of the River and Harbor
15th.
Style Terrence V. Powderly Is to be re- ; and over 2OIIO on I he
will be heavy loners
moved from his position as commissioner bill reported lat week, Mr. Davis

''j that is. new Serges and Flannels. .. Jose Dial Alvarez, a younl Mcxl- of labor and the place given Monday Fernandlna and the had propsltlon an election bond on said:

., can has pleaded Kult.y Fran P. Hargent chief of the broth- ha city for $75XX( ) for t ''I want t speak in praise of the -
I the $3(*) gold former Uov. erhoo l of locomotive fireman. It hnpro'oment "
wits carried by a big majority. splendid work done for Florida by
tlaaa, or. Texim, on Oct 21 In the may be thatPuwderly, will now bn

We sole of the celebrated Waldorf-Astria. New Yolk. obliged to go t work.which would The Dade county Fair opened at my colleague, Hon. S. M. Sparkman -

are agents be a serious thlul for a man who has Miami I yesterday and will continue who Is a member of the House com
Prince Hen-nery arrived at Ply. never been than ill Saturday. The premium otTersaresojiberalasto
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professional mlttee on rivers and harbors. The
Hanan & Son's Shoes for Hen. nouth, England on tit. Pltrlck's day aborer. make a magnificent
lit the morning. It Is rou stat< exhibit poHsibla. bill> Just reported t the House of
whether he wax welcomed( At a meeting of the creditors of '
and which will
They combine exclusive style and wearing qualities.A reakfantj, a luncheon or a dinner. the late Archbishop PlrceU In Clnclnn.atl Sheriff Smith of Escambla county R.preeontatvell.the House the
alldwho > s coming
were during
recently who was In debt the p.
great variety of other shoes for menand youths. A written appeal by Oeo. J. Gould adopted to auk for the discharge of was ordered t by ( connty.. week carries about sixty: million ,

has been Hunt, to Uov. Ren]. F. Odell, the reoeiver.nnd appealing to Home tD pay up by March th. hl com-* dollars, and of this Colonel Spark

., Seethe Genuine Panama riaU: we are show of New York for an appropriation of for special collections throughout the plied with tint order. little two inillftms
man gets a over
$inoo.OOO to adequately represent the United States to wipe out the Indebtedness -
ing. They combine comfort and style and will lasta Kmplre Blatant the bt. lioula world's of which there Is a balance Joseph H. Bedding on trial at for Florida. He has work d unceas-

life time. We also have 'the Porto Rican Panama : of about $6.\NIOU.( including Madison last week for the murder of nely for his State."I .
fair.The A. U. Harby has been acquitted.
Mat. i senate has passed the ship the accumulated.. of tuanyyears. ioth were prominent business. men want t express regret that we

subsidy' bill by a vote 42 to ttt.McLaurln of Ureeiivilie, Madison Co. ailed to get Miami I or Blscayne Bay
Neckwear hirts Etc.Fearnside of South votedwih Rev. Chns. A. Eatn. D. IX, pastorof
Cnrolll' Into the river and harbor bill
United States officers as
the republican) 1IaUory'. the Euclid Avenle llaptlst church, The revenue I*
wag rejected Clevellnd. of which John D. Hockeeller are doing quite rushing business on eservud t be, and I believe :

&, Co. a."tka. of 2 t 4.There is Sunday school superlnten- the north gulf coast In breaking up Sparkman regrets I It R much .. I.
:Ea.
(lent, has announced his Intention of lllclt stills, spilling moonshine bug rknow it be taken of, how-
wna a alight earthquake adopting radical measures in order and arresting the moonshiners. wi fare
shock at Bayonne N, J. liiHt Satur to create revival I of Juice ever In Senate, and if It In puton
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-:- day. It was the fourth within a will he states., relgloueueea.nnd The society for the In the Senate we are assured the -
and ..0..0.... lucludlnathf. aoata allowed, the go cruelty to animals Jn Jacksonville
An Ordinance Registration Tjotlce.Th month and' the people are getting
streetllmd tire street louse of will '
town preach on Representatives con-
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namoa of all wltneitaea sworn oa tlie trial and and wonder where occasionally does something lethe
.TADLIfmitfO A MUNICIPAL COflRT IN THE all \ pn&eedlngB, had by and before him in I ..OHr Bmtntmlon. Books will be open at Unity beginning to corners to whosoever will stop t state know It is still and cur. Senator Mallory is a memberof
CITY Of f At*IK A,. AND 1'UJVIDINGB cash usamsi. and he:nhAll sIgn' hU namo tharelorur ho Uuurl HUUMI f mm fi... m. 1..1\1. m. on the they are at. listen. to him. for alve.
1'Hsa&VOa. S ren'k'rlog I Judumunt.BKO. ollnwlnir dayat HaliiritAy. Mitrcta Isti Monday,' make other towns long 1 the Sonate committee on,,cotninerce -
of Alfred no'oth. the Chi .
1 All nIle In the The The Chinese government has
*- Imprisoned preen
peraona Men\ Rlh
Manoh 8rdt Saturday, Monday wi organisation.
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Hnyor i
..U onUlaod.by tb. and olty oouoollUi olfy Iftll under aauuinua of tbe munIcIpal I oouur March. lutlii e"'I1""r, March intlit, Mimilnytriarnh cago trust fOlnder. disposes of ted to United States Minister I which corresponds with the

| ... city. I-Tb"of Pulatkaillo muIWIpI1CUUrt. be and Is or for faIlure. to pay a Hue may bus employed ITtlit tU7.' March taiiUi llondny.March property> $: ,OMI.kM.( ) Mr. (''onger a strong memorial against Jante Young, scarlet woman of river and harbor committee In the "
by thq directIon of the at labor I the :
mayor ...
upon ,
Mth and 9 10 unduirn
t>r...ioitpiluia. Ill and for tb. .Mtl my ofllta trtwia or publlu works of tile city. I S.urd.II..b flih fmm 110:*. m. ou Sooth It i Is ald, wna 11 of the re-enactment of the Chinese ex. : 'ainpu committed suicide last -week louse, and he will, I know do all
1- Ftorlin.: for; the trial oj ail .,flo.1.o.lull S..... 13-'rh. munuiipal, Judge shall hare B. L. ItFNSEHLY naklug a will every year before tak- elusion law by the United Slater. by taking chloral. She was foundmeeting -

|.JU* .,of.....wiiil.... by vlty.the power him to In \rnofu;:.; rou.ult pnrt when nuy flue In his Impoaedy judg CIty$.u"". ........ Ing a trip ibroiul.By The government particularly objectsto : beside her bed 1 I In jle can to see thatSenator Tahferro'qamendments .'

r oimuoilot Mtitluiiy. i......y:cwr.e a>*on efloron.rei .UHtitauou purdon' or remlaalun. would be Juatand vote of 83 to 9 the Iowa the exclusion of Chinese from the prayer; she loft a note. saying she are adopted by the
olooiloti ut nHiil oily. a.praotloitblB ,. a senate of llfo.
r rfr the liiterast of the weary Senate.
olty.
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iintpwr NOTICE.At and Hawaiian Inlands
_ pu.0 term ul oiTlua, elicit bo uu.,... auU uutllJi BKO. 14-Tbe mun4ulpal' Judfta la heiaby, auhorleed baA plUAotlhe ways and'me..ns. hlllppine wai '
.uou.or bail havo beau olaututl and qual I and empowered. by hie man.,,'" warrant the tnxnfclon of representing that the Chinese had The government appropriation feu- "Senator Tallaferro is, at all times, '
kl. ....., tiualliloU oluobir of....Ul oliyt IWWDn or other. proooKa dIrected to the. ciilwf of a mauling of,lha. Oily Ouunnll halil. la. the cOlmUtee on a twain of stocks acquired extensive commercial In. the Tampa public building Is $326? active and wide awake and the two
> 7U' fI 4 ago, who :bau a guml mor.Marsutorasid Htlloe. or otb'r police omoera of vald city, to CouncIl uhamber February lull, taPS, the property orestslliere and were closely connected''with bid for Its ,
: : UUO but the lowest contraction
litioiniMMiit dlBUiargo nob : : and bonds, not and groHH earnings ,
lave brought baton* him I furtliwlttit any peraonor I Sluuan5 irmiploUMl the MvlHlun ol lbs CIty BPHla.trMlfio Senators will see It that Florida's
tire Hhail bn Ullilo "K*alootluu lu nalU oCUi<*. pernnna linrgod ou oath with. a breech. ot I Ihtolta,from wltluli tlaa Culluwluc. naiuaa and physical, condition. the Islands by family Is .ONI( in excess of that t
, _ S }ud uf aald. ofiurt.b.ll rvuuiTw. a .aaiaryto lb. olty rdlnauuea, and he la autborlaad lo requlra I .... .I.ck..o., U"s. so that repression of free Inter. amount. $1 will be asked to interests are looked after at tliat-end
hsudreddoIIftre. t yoarait.Mm,' comptm fay uaunl prouoM; known to cousIn, theattvndnnoeot i WAaii. No. ois fl(-Arlaraon. L A., Bnyla.Marki Cornelius Van Ness, the octogena- course would result In peculiar hard- up"CanJre"l$25DOO.) of the capital." '
,tluii' wbluh Mhall be mid by aid oliy byumltly "pony
wltueaaita, to Mlmlnlater oalha, Ourrr, A. O t Vox a. W OIl HuBoimld, lan millionaire of Port Jervls for.
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paymauiM.: Hatu ]10.1g. may ooiivauaI to tuqulre, or examine ,Into th* truth or falaltyuf M.d. MolDoii, Hvnryi llabana: W.'f.A. ColItis. ,. Ill rpH.Thought. _ John W. Oarwood has again been'ommissioned Asked in regard to the Indian war
ip...aaiu. municipal court a(nluu. tfoltmk M auuli" cbnrgut and to tertnlue from tba.*ldaiiOM auubi Welson, a Ki: Walwra, W. i nerly of New York, him gratified anmbftlon .L -
if ol .ach dair (Huuuay .xc |iu>d) at ihti olty' titus Smiiull ubauibttra o( ald vltynor al""ob'* plaoomay dx, limit 0. Clillea. .. GrIm Win.L ,. Uowl Oarwood bt
and tbo pen Al vywithin tile praaurtbad U.a., Olillaa. P.; 1t.1 In the Itlver Jordan. He Balled for at Mont(cello. Mr. '
bo dmicaatwd by Sold :uiiy: nouiHtll::: for by 4be ortUunucea uf ib.sully slId to enforce I : UfHlwIn M.I Umvon, J. W.i HarrIson W. Whisky.The hiss held the office since the days of hal very active, Congressman
tti urpu.wotliuurliitt all amII.los.pereon against I the aiimo.Hho. U.I; Junaa"wm. Junef, L. D.r Kallar: A. H.; the orient Home time ngn. Rev. Peter MacQueen the Daviussaidt .
[y or "".....n. Cur tlio vtuiutiun. 01 ..uyMlnanuvor 1\-WI'.......,who may be aubpoeuaed L....... u1.uta.; Lum.|>khiai Jnat. Hilt, T. M.| with the Garfield, and the people of the town
..... ".......ii of uld cliy. and all. lit behalf tin*olty Hhwll reoalwauoh oomponnation Hllity, Alaxi, BoymtlJit. A"t fluiiibnn*. J. T.i J. Plerpont Morgan and party was Boston lecturer who was don't want any better man. "We hop to get an appropriation
_ lub...-Hall. b* iriml by tald. JmlKo, or po* aa provldnd by law Tor wltoonaoa In Jua-: duluth V. 7.1| Blrlpllm W. N.I Tuukar, t. H. water-bound on Jekyl 1.1"PI"/ ilsli brigade In the earlier stages of
n auiltitf lu bi. plNiw,.in.,a umiuary la-tnunt Ice peace oourt of the atatu of Florida, e oupt WAUU No.TUhlcH ((4)-Cone) Peter:Uovurtlola I ite Brunswick On. on Monday but the Boer war, tells the following In- The municipal league of Gainesville at this session for the payment of
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ua M*Ut. or Oilivt disability hey ahull reolvo, no *. Thttolurk of aauloour w ., (Jones f. I..i Elder, 0.11.1 Uanuoy, P. J.
olll.'r.tp..1:: battle of has a city ticket) long standing claim. Every one c
Ident which he at the
,, budge k she m tyur uf enId I shall. receive ae Isle. oump..iiaatlon, foiuih Mlwumi. *. J,i MOLarly C. A.I, Hnuir. W.U.| hanks Im to hevlns there wns plenty saw thll
authall s.p..tnI It oompuieiu unrwun to aot u ....10.. a* he may roudur tberuln tbeaum. ro<"' .... B.0. of chainpalgit/ on the Island and Dundee. In thlu. fight the British with Major W. U. 'fboml for may. of us is working to that end. The '
ltb jtidtf. i,cud tba uInyur.IsoII hava power k> .... W Nth Ifoun A.lnmH. o. B.i Boor, A. will be for
of dollar per tnoiitb.UMO. inn ((4))- ; body knows J. Plcrp has the were surprised and their command- Dr. There 110 opposition
p.Inkeu..b. oonipotauft panwu loaot la placakla .Id-Tbat all ordinaaoe' and part ot c>r. 1 O.i HoIIsta.r. O. B.| Cfrarwoml., t*. B.t Qnknbvrry: every er'B for to be the office of but there will bea matter will come up for disposal
tent banquet mayor
judtfa ana IOU poraouaoappolutoUahalltKiwar d'"oOl.lu ounlllot. with. the pnwlnlou of thlaordluaiwo a. K..Huughton, M. Its Ltiuipkli.a.' O,B.i Z.uiop. price. arranged a next and then have
anu authority tu livid nOon court, il : In honor of the 10. contest over one or two aldermen. week we hope t
F. IN and are horeby rop...1.d.Paeaud is 4.0.1 Atuiigar A. B j Muadn*, Gua E.; given expected '
y ahall ba. vaalml WIth Uka bowaaa of aal .. ."... IJt'I. ... K. MrERN, "tlI.J. K | Bmlth N.J.i ilmItlT eld.of who died suddenly Talk Is so really Inexpensive that .
'd.AU poraona triad. In ...1.. eoart who. Atteati Prealdant. ut filly) Oou..oll.ll1e WakDNi..VIVe-4Jianul.; (! ) C0ssi J(N.WI"... V. [ Jollet Ilnois. after making a trode Into the tent watt so enragedo here is of building a trolley -
II I .b* afqultt of tb. ofto..... chartfwdUBI .7 LAOItWBLL, Ulork.Appnnrol D., Hsvughton.M.t IAO".UU." .. JOIiId J, W.i, nt find cut glass finger bowls Inwhich Orlando How They. Were Kulsed.
Ihain ahull. alpuoa\ ba dlaoharluil.. All ( 'lN. Lucaa, J. &., ........... W. ., MInIon' .( Nn|. nuidng pro-Boer speech, lay In stateIn lemon peel was floating on line to connect taford.
_ _..,>n.oonvlotwl by-aald caurtahall turtbwUb. Fab.rtnd 154* .. .r..o..tBI'8I1Ne. eonA.L Pamnr. J, M.i PruttU A. M.t Itu. the Chicago public library on table that he lifted his foot and *nd KlHslmmee. It easy todo Two prominent street brokers
the Wal
_ _..11 ana..".1 .1* .-.0kWI again IbtMn, Mayor eel U. A..1 Hinlib, Bdwan.1: Haula,John. Friday and wins huriied the fullow- when the buHln... warrants It, while at the Hoffman 4
olesiti wboraof they may be oommltltKl. sent the whole table and Its contents
AlSO N .8ix (.I-Amstur) Beat AleXiuiler,
:- will end In talk.
_ _ vIded, TOnI 1C nuobueraoju: ahall appeal tit Auattn Welt Ash Boottt, Biiinl: 8. lug day at Oraceland cemortry. crashing on the floor. mtll that time it house one day last week Indulged la
_ ilutbrea daya from Ibm. judgravut ot the 8 f Uumining. W. U| Uo.'Ier. O. D., David.Hlimi ". is the a series of good-natured '
An Ordinance verdomd roolneksdamned Onceola County Signal
The Idea of the The recrlmlna
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... tbay .b..II.H..lo.. upononlurtutf Into'I. Uavia, U. 114 ZulUs O. M.t rrMmnnt Nel- The senate on A"t.lrd"y passed abill the -
With"OJ4 ansI.i.IlIuIomt.000ty. I. doOble. TO PROVIDE: T1MRH FOB HOT.DINO KLKOTIUNd soul Peausu.rWIn:: ,I. (KMMliiun* Wyllmi.: Otlnia, > appropriating $l l.IMI( ) to pstnb- ( rednecks) drinking whisky name of a new democratic paper tOtS about tendencies .
'auwuutof ISLe............ aaaaaaad. agalnali. IN THBCITYCIT PALA1K.A. FOH THE .bulamst OHme,BUti.rUt( Orny, Uryitnti, U..rrlnKl' lush ti Marine hospital nt Simiiumh, out of- basins!" he stormed. "Why launched at Kisslmmee last week by from spending money. One
w i.eondlllonad. to appear'. be'u' thaouurt lo ELKU riUM 0V ALL CITY UFVIUlALtt UF TUB >nHt*>p.i ni Holloy.J. W. Jnina, ".. F.iiaukln I" New & with Mr. 'V. J. Sears aid to the other: 'I
and : the of that city are nil I. enough to provoke a war Magee S.Mri.
anti abIde ; and
loll tha caaa I.appaaltMl, to by yin UV iJAUA It.A.JTLO11I1M.B .. .t Wai.i *Irtuk0 n,JAIDMI J.uslute t Mnixwlu people "I don't blame for being close. '
Is In dressind you
dorm the. Judtfeaiaut iburiMif, .| LUOIM, Wm.i Lu...., W. J.i MtHiii Alnx.iMunitoiM tinkled IsV Carnegie gave York'I'rlbune.Glllaltry as editor. The paper new
ouuuoll shall be It ordained' by tha oily council and lb. ( though It is in the family. Why, I remember -
ui 8-'rlt.<.lorkof tnoetty I Hnini, Moore, lobo MulnVBh, JuIlsus, hem & ) for a library with a 10ler makes an excellent initial show-
At $7 .lkM
ibeulty Paiatka Florida
_ ilark of the oily .,suur1. and ahall "kaap a mnyurnf t8tui MiuIIoton'llmu Nelson N. A. MaLtuiml. WIn father when he ran a '
..., upon wbluli hall ba .iitorea all ...u... !(... I-'fb. the Urat Tuesday after the ttttututs KIWHr.lt l'rarrnnH.; J.u Plpkfn' 1 L.IiUtbiiisHiDt cent maintenance clause thrownIn. In the Philippines.Jyftte Ing. your go
_ j In raid, ..500055e.IuI dookot almll abnwtrol.rlaUi llrat Monday April nf each and every year :: ::: : DavlUt 1100Cr I ,!. J. fe.| .tin mid arts from the Philippines The sheriff of Clay found a cery store. He was so close
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aball bo eIseraIeleollol nf said torhealeotlmi arlvalH cOlnly
.11"' ''.tnerwoo. ", .1,1. ot aaohd a day oily Thomas, 8mltu.. ..II.'II..I..B. L.t, Hullur. a fly settled In the sugar barrel heused
' eo, Iba. nalura 01 tUo oirouaa. the judtfuiuiitIllia of all ulty. oitlilul for kIss ally ,6fFalatka B.| Ht>'e. 0 ...u... ho amount of .". flues SOul loaia whuee alontton require.a vto ot Ibo W..hl..II..U.O.. ,... ftAHblnKton. W. L. xtrlke position in which a young Amer. while making his round of
excited Important gold prisoners feet oil with a broom and let It
shun.lIon over an
wboiuar l qu.tllulod' elnotum tit aald oIly al a general >
SOC JuUuuiant y
'_ > aatlalautlon oC WACO No. SCVeNAnIhrOse W. But. found herself In of last week. g.
InsiSt UI Uoeaandioalaor ouinitlltal., or by ,at wh lull' time, Such election hall' 'beheld I.*, I,'r Ba.uHll. J.o.i fiiuM, Qarreo..i Uftwl- made In 'February on a tributary of cim woman one nspvotlnn one morning "80?" said the other. ,
Erdou or raiulaawlou of the. olty Judga, Iliankot Ill and by saId. ally- aa provided by orults.nnaoeolvalulolly. Issy Wllli* i Wrowo.T. D.. BvunMt, '1', !lf.Von.| ) ., this Pi'lly river, between that stream he southern Islands. the under- lie took the saw and the prisoner, needn't get chesty. Your father was '
ahall ..... show Ibo.01" of LOS Jiltmi J.I.ltJiiitslFulA.J.i stood the native well, who Is in jail awaiting trial for crhn-
Carroll It 0
...... iSle UaM nf. : 8W.5-Thaat theflwt regular, meeting of | 4terrullt P.1( and Yukon 40 miles from Fort Helilrk. l.nguage farmer. I can remember when be
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luinl la scab .. .
C. > UonyorN. Puuwlvr. M A.I fowler p. B, and surprised bide
.. ) iFowlvr. a was lssalassaultwiil"better woe.
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.' the olty oouuuuilofsald oily altar each g t>ralaleotlon Outcomlng miners _say dirt lel.dlng raised bees. He made those poor '-
_ 5. UifrautiHl.All P.I Urltfln. Henry; < rquu, Wni.i
;'. nuoa and node ihall be a part'of I ahall of. saIl oIly' .. afureiiald.1..., all..., the said official, oltygounnll oriMD B..OW.i Guy, 1.. P.1| uroom, i -i running as high as, |7UU per plU was and delighted by the clrcumtance. Richard P. Marks has been appointed 1..a work hard \d.y. and not sat-
ansI ahall ba-fmlil to proceed oily 11,1..0. After conversation he
I ra anuaof aalil nlty. bl' *. J. 'l's .. HugHlua. some
:: with that he crossed them
taken dlsrlct
I otty traaaurar of aald ulty by tOe oulloutluf. it.aald oUy, winwo uIsulutrti.elaw.orordinahIoesf election' Ie required to iw byesidcltyeourolI P. ..1 HUd""iil. IfHiiiMKik.., tJ. P.i, Utgnn, lut.Pre"ldent nquired if there was any favor that assistant United States with and them
B.ILl, HrVAfavn, W. lI.t Untsihlnn. n. J A.I| Horn' Green of the Texas Mid- maiden. attorney ut Jacksonville underMr. lightning bugs mae .
.. oo."ull.b..u' could confer the white
.V-Tha and III. withulurkol .I.i ulty In lb. eveutMild oily te on '\
._ clork shall rotum .
> duo. M.J.t lEt HaBKii, J B.I JODIM.lAinaii Stripling. He Is democr.t.and work
,. .. | a
Iba appalala court, Uhlu thrmit .II. -ot StUb cIty outolala any ot thtiniatvatitflrat K.'III..T. Itailrond Co. has received a pa- She replied that she was lost In ad- nllht.'hat "
I. Juhumtii. It. f.r Jolw( said
_ _ tba iiaiMira In all' oaam appaaled, and mvular moating. uf saId oounullith Jameni: : : Jobiw.: Z.u| 1 L.W.i KuAQlT. A. Iii ltol on his system of wireless teletraphy. ntration of the beautiful beadwork das been a clerk for some time "Thn, the frt good-

_ _ aohall I endoritaott tha, warrant lu aaub oaaai *>y aliall Shall adjourn have Irons be.nduly day today eloctml.HKO. until. auoliomolala MAnuor.B. B"i H", "tn'ifi, Murpby. JoriyiMfiutM President Green stated which she saw on the native garments In Mr. Striplings' otllce. Ho is a lumoredly. old WI -
onDahalf' offthooliy.
aaiuaaof Ibm wttuaaaa k. R a. Uwtln. W. B.t from thrifty chap. Why I remember
j...._All paraoua .arnauxt nor too' Violalbolk" -."thai all ordiiianaoaand,. .parts of or.Ituaswe. Pro) L.I) PocUs t ,'r'r t ; :,. u. *.l that he will soon Install hlx. wireless and she asked that she be allowed to young man and formerly came when he crossed strawberry plants
In ortnUlot with provlalouaof lists i' 'n Orlando.
K ordlnanoa,or P.r any munlolpal mladv istrJ.Ot. totally J. B.I on the which will of It that when she
any a BO
_________ | aYlltet Mllh.nd. my piece and strawberriesand
ordinance be and are hereby repealed. and mllkweej
got
... Ilinlla,or onSrjlnrrtyof
'' t within Ilia Oily .
00011I' mU, 1'1. tiok world that she
>root Andrawi r. JnmfMt
i first be able to
J SOn oIly olllaldo. of tla llmlta' Va<.... Inopeucuunoll. lisle tiSt ..:.l. 'l.b. Tbotniut Hluhi WIKIT, 4.1.. Wabbor, 9t the returned horn might The state convention of Christian cream." .
...... oonuiiaii. In she Jail orun.oldI.UIIOU IWOJ. A. M. : Any: parson wti and ......10 tharaln until Attest; PrtildAatot tilt, Cuunall. or .."'neu.I' stricken' frtim iti.idHexlHir.itIon and artistic the Filipinos were. ness session Inxt Saturday elected ,i
trial In New
_ _ _.iarNe.l. or tried by tha olty coors, unloaapuranna .. N.BtAOXWKLL.l'larll: B oks IM per a ov. lId, who shall. Albert T. Patrick, on The chief astonished at the E. Tribune. ,
_ sulk Shall Cue l proper aauurily fur LMaII wtiUln ".lm. not lens loan I... days batope 'h. York for the murder of millionaire I was the following oloer Pesident.
_ wpuaarauua bofitra; aalU oourt la wulobul : Approved 1'.lO.. 1WU. L. C.ITdI'HEOh.Mayor.. day of lwtiun to b. held' in toe city on tao sIll W. M. nice Is probably going to get modesty of her request, but declared S. Upham L.ke vloe KIN En's KANSAS COUSIN _
they* nay ba rolaaaad. TOn aIsleS of po.. ..,. __ ditr nt April nezI, m.1 vuqh fact Appear to Ibm The Rice that he could not allow her to buy. president, O. R. Lyman, Mllburn ;
sOul III.. onloara lu wham* of tho jail 'be would honor him miles north of
The white maiden G k Townsend Twenty Topeka on
daiaiillou cOal I bataauthority to laka An OrdinanceTO .to nova hla 0.... restored W the BagltraUitn lldn't die of chlor.orm. ali nowPatrlok aecretry. Mr. race, "
|>mtbapiira........-a boada or .b.r. aa. UiMik has been able an and his people by accepting as a gift VOI ; treasurer, H. It. }'err.n. the Pottawatomle Indian reservation
irlty tor ,...Ir appaaranoa. bafora. the coors, BROUOI-- THBIART I' OF TOil: MAYOR OFTUBillTVOF Tba Cliy oounolt wilt meat on the ThirdTu..daylu and hour lt t prove chargedwith M fine a specimen of beadwork as he U"URt missionary superintendent a member of Britain's royal family t C

_ ill_ uu COOlS. bond ... aauurltyaball be Our Inse.. VALATAA. FLO1UOA.Vbareae : Marohsltutopln.for the day the knew. And he thereupon quickly Mrs. V. Knott, cltyi superintendent teaches an Indian school The
dulled, ujr Inure then twu valet Jones .
_luul than floe of raau.rliif She oaunn. of having; given \
indrad Last nay dollar*. I mnnluipal. court: ba ba.n pro. have boen erroneously' trlufcon.AIIJ parun. Ii chloroform. slipped.out of his trousers, he C. Norton. Crescent City; teacher Is Fred ,,. Ernellt and he
|-1 aball ba tb" duty 0lb.. ohlot of' vlti| | tor the trial uf all offanaee afrahmt. 'tba onlorof Ills Cuunuii.J otTured her with tha true politenessof junior Miss Etta Is a first cousin, of ;
0. to rpori to Urn ally ci.url wary day at V'ok ordlnanoea' n( the? city ot PaUtha: whIch relievee > H.aULAOKWKivXr.OltrClark.rbru.vry of the. pollco that luperlntendent. Edward VII. remo.e. of
It U' the theory child of nature. Toe of King
young secretary
a. .... all arraata .ml ouinmitMia. that Inc mayor at said oIly from auoh dutyiand 1b,1W .' Nelson, ; out
__ _,, _... baA made durtug lha prtoaeUIng day whereas she ,lanUlatiire of th. Hlat oftlurlda an organized band of negro women woman hurriedlY turned away and side territory.Mrs. Knott The the school teacher was a son of the
1 nlghk lIke o.'D..ul.h..ua.....IheolToneuse. ban tiaaauOiwrJved. a reduction of the aalarroteiKtu and white men are responsible for the wounded. With tie Lake- Region as duke of (*Uothe-Coburg-Altenburg _
., ha. ....u..r. meUnuaaae mayor by ordinance 01 saId. 011,1anipwb.reaelswlitrvq.lr. NOTI B APPLIOATIOK FOB wa bY
araobaignd
tolUl.tbay in the. raapeotlv. ..>aa,.Cud iba. bond an additional. ex OJ the recent Beaumolt. T.x.// murders, considerable dll0ulty b" was Induced the official state organ and the ktate hi.first wife Princess Louise '
other sonorIty of tboiw WOO w.,.bate prnditurwot .tnoney to deCray the penwa ot Tax Dee 1 er Heuttoa 8 of Chapter after robbery the t In makIng to disrobing In Christian Endeavor oloial. were da' brother waa PrlnceAlbert, Qleen _

_ _ d[ ral*aad. If any thttra ba. mall, utunluliMfel oourtTherf 48uI8 Laws of Florida.Notloo arrests on that theory. He now the presence of ladles, even for such signaled ._o.u ail uaea where Uia partlvaaoeuaadv 'ro, be 1.0.1..1' by thwolty euunutland Is that H.J" In the "sweat box"whom he had In It is said because
bund or other ....ou.l.Ir mayor. ol the city ol PalntkaiHtwr hereby-glyen Mrs. has .woman a generous purpose as next annual meeting wil in America, '
,
ruleaaad UPOn .
_ th been...y fall to appear' .... olty* court shall. .OM. 1-'That buraafier tbe mayor of tha .I..e purohMer of Tat Cerllflta he believe to be the ringleaderand view was not considered strictly correct OoaU. A vote of thankl wag given a quarrel with his brother' thirtnoa. _

_ar up JuUgmoiU upou aalit ......01.' orolhnrurtty oily of Palaika, ahall vudulv" ae his oumpsnua. No. 10nl. dat tha d>ty of July A. think. that she '1 shortly con- In the white maiden's country. by 'tbe convention 'reception The nature of the quarrel In _
..... ik-w sloe thttaumut 0.10 hundred iioc.flu)) Uollareper te.
.uD..1 penalty (
for Use full did' certlfloat la he mollified and later unknown but la thatthe
clerk ahalL at I La explratluu otoueirora annum and no morn, wbloli- shall be paid D: 1190.* 818 my .-. Thereupon was committee: to Governor II undent.
tba the rendition: of eurO jyUgomnia bv quarterly inataiimHnta by saId olty. Pro o Oo. h.rade application for tax Rev. Jeremiah J. the sent to the fair American the Identical EUoxham, for his address to the elty; brothers dl.aKed lver relgio ,,
a fieri laolaa' to the ohial t>i po Tldmlt' Thlaordlnanueahall no WIse relatetooranTeat .. deed to IHSU. u with law. Crowley R garments which had caused her McIntosh, Jr.; to the
the 01 ih...prueantinomnbintof aor.noe' Catholic clergyman was t MIWM.
whoabatl' execute the sawn In mtDprovided > salary man
.by taw, relative to the duUaeh aald alii... during his preauut firm of ..m.. Said aectlBnato following figure In a> .sensational scene "o much etnbsrasment.-Vitlcdgo r.Uras. t the newspapers.. Deaf i nd Dumb Asvluiu
.rlT*ol tao ...... of Florida In l.vyli>gi II...,. C-TI05I All ordlnaucea and pane of < r ditaorlbed property eltu"tO la Putnam c.ntr.1 in Chicago on Nov 8 lust, when the I ChronlcU. colored Methodist .
Whenever a
inaklng aal. uudec wriu, wt eaiMuUott. o. dluanofte In oonniut with the provtaionvot" tblaordlnanooboand County Florida to linrnetl 5 ,-

_...?..1iSiIe? our noun' *shall haw authority toirveonlen Pawed'' In open ouuocll are hurt tula brepealed.ilat. day. of Feb.IWW. a I 01 L'18 TDwlpe $ub DU.: Drav- Ightln-noly han"d Name the cathedral celebration were of Frost In Sleepy Hollow preacher whom be owes gets simply.Into debt bides the his time man .aolon. Miss. March 18.-The '

,ana aball be I''. *A.M. fliBlIr ton 3U. Township for de&f ,
_ aud dcorum 1. high mass stopped In an.effort; to The old Dutch church that Irving When the preachergoes the and
wd with. tiie aam ........ u> that end, by AIttuPrnlulenhotliuty. UuunelUJ. Rang fnrgettlngevefl. In this
aa are luoMwnl to onutta M BtAOKWBLtf Clerk.pproved 11anrO. enforce i a ban of excommunicationagainst loved to conference the creditor sends dumb.loo.te city, was en
sad ii *
' .: :r:::elnIm man.tt..z 70014* *. t.. ", Tb. asseasad at the him has been restored to the Shows all Its window*,thick ,with the bill to his At the A. M, destroyed by flra toMlay'

,... .-BiK.i.eoinplaanlraaUabyaillila.U 10 .: Feb., gu4 IWI.. r.,0. TgPUFNH..' ,' date of the I luaimnoa of tuoh oortlfloatala priesthood celebrating high mass In frost K. blshcI Vrlfl There went no fat.ltl., all vof _
.
lout all.. at or"blunt aald-oourt person.Ihas, br sup iwllooiuan any >o a.abaaldoourl (. Mayor tba name of A.A.Whitney. Unle ..ald the of the Immlulat Conception Deep are the snows upon Its roof other day. Bishop Handy said I "My Inmates of the ha.ll\ben ,, _
? certificate shall ba red d aooordlnH host '
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: mm
in drifts rescued. The fire Is. '
anilrinloa.l It ancient are .
Slam lurunllutluit lu try last Sund" groves I church elected me and not _
1. ..... .."""".
"..
.. to tax.dead will Issue thereon the .blhor.
wltblnaald law oa ,
> >aa baaa ..roml" oIly The Icy pond and ruined mill sheriff to collect then the have, originated from an electrlowire. _
I..u. upon. any OIly prouanyoulaldaofMlila Alt that* '.aNewest 10th day of April. A. D..1DOS Senator Mallory of Florida has Lie |In the mooMlght white and Btlll. a stated" that "d"bt. of bills Thus loss Is estimated at $ VM\ .
but .
mlil muulnlpul Ju.m klr'I':: Iaau9 1' Wltneoe onalal signature and anal brraenetd an am.ndmeat to the ship bishop Insuri
,
_ rnI lu the.Olin uaual alf. borun Upou, tho ralura raturna-or Ihereols f In Ml lhl8rJ. tbls the iSth.my day of February A. D. 4903. subsidy bl. depriving 'alt vessels The bridge beyond the willows where I. had been sent In against ministersIn \11.) cD.el by' only $16,000 Mi
before i
_ _it with. the aonuaait, the Mildudio ahall (Snail) JOSEPH PB10E.' from the of the act whose "'The headless. horseman rode bsnlahl the cn'.rlnce. and that'theywould /noe.:
.... .. .... for tb8PEINO their debts or
.hoar, try aiul ... .1. the a. a have been within the pay '
4 lu f "
_ hwluIu.uzsbaIl. adjouto .". aama to ....... II and 3UMMER I 010.1 Circuit (ar Putnam. ( ...... auou trlala and year
_./ flay ul bla All lab,2 sheriff, and did rat Intend have (KM.with which to buIld library in:
___________ MOUIIOM ahall oa upon amdavlt and warI 2 lOilllO'l understanding of any kind with anyi The winding roast is smoothly whlt,,, a t eunditiuns ,
under tile usual
aa aluraantd, but It dish nutba naao aaa _ _ pruourm.uou warrant. .Irafura makluii. ..,..,.,. now which agreement ha& been to control I lu Sleepy Iollow'ehunted Tale. bills to him agalnt his prelhlr. forellectiot'1 1. e.,. thab the city, appropriate
oonvaulout or ,
_ SI-. It ahuu.d not ba pm. K. W..Wlll'fE'SIILLINERy'PARLORS. Only the day $ .UOO annually to maintain It awlprovide
_able to 5555.... ''where mo ImmadlaM arraaiuuiaa 0..1 freight rates or to control or But 'to the heart b'orf "
noooviwanr lu otdar *">b...thr ptviaol. competition, la the woland' snowy tIe bishop itated that "one a suitable site and now thetw _
1110110 lilIsrUSI* @I prevent of th tr.n.pr. JC lltUe brok sue, principal reasons the, .negro 'preach are a member of *.la the .
_ _us Btreet. tntlon the 'at
third products
'
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mulbl' reeds "
lI\\'ul"lp"II"II.* u the fro _
_.->. ll.-.l'he \ Among stiffly en en luid'for entering the: 'mlol try wbe.eanpV0ci44e'tkefOrO* of

_________ ud1e.11.11 Ceop 11110.or every 10 sun.C,.'lu bronChi'whIch: 4 Out selections ... re- made > : States to foreign.ouihtrlee of the products or the' .. Htlll keeps Its merry spirit free.. ,was ImlaeM- and .desire to beatlrufMHlhal) "It I to- more bt *md to "
shall nnImrIb. J I0 transportation ImpO
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for,.hills, SOS i Ins. tb. Br t &'C* waa laMI 1 1with'.. care .la..the northernJ : : Si countries And with .steadfast faith umblm.! upon their race.n The bishop trlvs than to _.. .when .th. ..,\ ,
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and return all adta. J loafllet. for.lln' tO tl..talted of the joys of Mummer time.Minnie '-j
aarvloa ; Sings .
,-thw ,
_ tilnly in a position (to expeoemt1siittI t reviving I
___________ rltUlun, ISIC. III..and.......n.ro. She. tvial' At ROWTON'5 Pulat P1*. 1 '- Irvlua In | klGW'L .. el. '
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TI1I3 CAPTUH13 OF MimiC\ :N. COMO.A .
THE PALATKA NEWS.
The general feeling of exultation and with j1'4L'TMTEYFR'
joy ;1I1s-
!
i, party of hunters left hero
AND ADVERTISERThe which the news of the victory of General Delaroy recently tor aoiunp hunt up the Ock-
the daring Boer leader over General Methuen Inwaha. They were to be gone four
was
days. Taking. boat. from Welaka the
PnlntkB News and AOvo rtlMir hiu. be rtctormlncxl. by the Third. received seems to be out of proportion to tlio actual party proceeded up the crooked Ook 8 You can't do it all ; we can* and will help you
y ,,t, ANtnt..nt PunlmniiUtr. OunefHl .u.> lHtHpublt t..flotiantltleil to mlmlimUin.. awaha. about 20) iiillea, to .BJ lumbtr
14 to the mane tui.Hwoonil-i.. '1 IWM nmtu'r,end hue WMMirUliiuly. boull MT en tactical results. From a military standpoint the in selection of rII
..,red camp. reaching there late in the afternoon. your
'd at the 1'alutka peswm.w
,y ,,/ t 4 ,Ir, stampeding of the British column: of 1,200 men, at- Conditions not being what U (J)

',, ''! "' ,?', An unofficial Newspaper of the Democratic sort-Just tended by the death of some forty British soldiers, !was dant expected, mid iK>0 bint-nits game not. having being) disappeared abun-- SPRING GOODS.d .

r the;klnd you should keep In your family. the. wounding of over fifty and the capture of 200 ia in four meals, the party l1a '
not significant when it i is considered that 287- started. on the return journey the -
over
Published at Palatka Flu., Thursday of each week by 000 men constitute the various British armies in evening next morning; of the name reaching day,home.with five the II i( 'III jl ,,1 that are composed of the best wearers and the a "e'HI
ip .
4 RUSSELL & VICKERS. South Africa.' birds/. aud lots of stories and experience. ::: (1\\1,j I\I : 'I::11 lI", prettiest patterns ever before shown In the :'J

L Ktf I !
5' From a sentimental point of view Delarey's success The Epworth League held n social i city. O'Q

is more material. The civilized world, practically on Thursday evening/ last week at I I

y 1 l I5 WI\\(. A. RUSSELL, EDITOR. all Boer sympathizers\ rejoices in the news, the was paraonnge.had. The. mystery A very pleasant tea wall time full ({iiI/ New Goods and New QP

It .. and the waning hope that the brave burghers may of surprises, the button holes workedby Prices that ''will' suit''
iu the end triumph is revived and stimu- the gentlemen were wonderful,
:" IN THE INTIHISTS OF FLOKIUA. strongly and enough! dimes were..collected to
., lated. Continental to Great Britain's the presiding elder's claim and b time g gID
n' rl\: t y opposition pay I ii you every you
/.. ..;!." Congressman Spnrkmun' of the First Congressional! to leave fome over for the league's I
policy again will be fanned to fever heat pro-Boers
: ;:# DlHtrlct boa recently been criticised by one or two p....- ; treasury.

(, i.4t.. } '} are of the state whose underlying motive as read between throughout the United States again will take up Kir. H. C. Gntoa. was called suddenly see us. '
"";II':" v'' the linen a'ppenrs' to be a "jmtrlotle" endeavorto their work iu behalf of the Africanders ; hJ- Eng on business to his home In 17

secure lila retirement In favor of ''smother feller. So land's coonies: faith iu the mother country again Cleveland 0., on last) Friday. m

t long\ an there are congressmen! to elect there will be ae will be severely shaken. Mrs. ni d Mm. F. A, Williams and We can fit you from head to foot. Clothing, Shoes, Gents Furnishings
of honor son, Lawrence' of New York,left for l'
firing patriots, for it In a place and the Job Comeand:
4 That such a disaster can overtake the British home on Friday, after a pleanant sojourn and Mat. see us.
look the
looks easy. Hut l Is It? For answer at hundred All
at
Vkw
? .r I I. failures, to the one success. Mr.( Bpnrkman him, been troops seems to indicate that the British reports School Cottage. E.LW.E.: -- = ="'
4r and l Is one of the HUCOBHSHS of the Hon...... He Is one of a that the hostilities had degenerated into a guerrillawar in closed the afternoon on Friday.wn An attended exhibition : :I

.: S distinguished Florida quartette quartotte whose are not in strict conformance to the term uer- by a number of the patrons' and (Successor to M. Loeb A 00.)
? voices blend la perfect harmony In any and everything friends. Miss Fay B. Rogers\ the.
rilla little Twelve hundred
S ,II ;, pertaining to the Interests of Florida, and one which has or war.; armed men teacher. leaves many friends behind Lemon Street, AtATKAr RL.OFMDA.

k I been HO uniformly successful its eltoi'ts that the editor are not usually put to flight by a band of guerrillas her.Rev. '

:who approaches It with the stuffed club of crltlclHtn That the British did not fight ''this time with the Wm. Stones, of Palatkat i... .

fi r. if ... with a view to breaking it up should at least be prepared costly daring 'that has been a distinguishing featureof preached Baptist church.Sunday' morning in the I -

J ,': to defend his po lUon. There will be efforts to belittle the war is another deduction from Kitchener's
t 'i1 The weather was too stormy for The Brown Brick Co. .. .
pf ? Mr. Sparkmau; that Is only natural ,when one stops to dis atcbes. Five hundred fugitives arrived in one services In the M, K. church on Sunday -
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tr'n'n consider the horde of hungry patriots.' But In heavens evening; It watt genuine Baptist -
i confined body at a nearby British post, while Major Paris opposed weather.
name let these efforts be to Mr. Spark man's THE
l ;''I own district. No Second District editor who has regard the Boer attack with only 400 men one-third Deputy Internal Revenue Collector MAKE e

)f for the welfare of MB( state can afford to Indulge In remarks of the number that might have been available. W. L. labia came home on a. brief Largest, Hardest

t4 calculated to Injure the standing! of the dlatlngulshed Kitchener introduces the subject matter of his visit Hnturday. AND'
Farmers Attention
,- I e'. Florida member of the Rivers and Harbor committee Quite a party from Co r o attended !
story with the time-honored "I regret to report. Brie
tffl, of the House, whose efforts have resulted In such at Huntington P. K. church Sunday Best Fire ,
I' He writes no words of sympathy for .tlie wounded afternoon to hoar Bishop Weed.
S 'i t? splendid appropriations In which the whole of Florida MADE IN FLORIDA. .
rail has been the beneficiary.fan and captured general], Methuen.[ He dues not an- The Indies have their hands and ) 1(
heads full of the entertainment for STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND This is
time
plowing and need a new plow. We
are
I Iw you may
nounce what he will do in retaliation, but from his Thursday (thin evening.) Tableaux at Tllghumn's. Mill.
k Oil, AVI I AT A NIGHTMARE: character it may be presumed that he will take up and various other things! are to be -0-- county agents for theOLIVER
the orde of the Ice address,
call
evening. cream or
For on
t qt, ,' To Henry, prince of Prussia, the United States of the work of perfecting the machine, which is to w ill be served. prices 11. O. IIAltl (,- PLOWS

T" America must appear as one long, fleeting landscape grind the Boers off the earth, at the point where i Master James Miller\ IA expertli g Tilghmnn's Mill, Pulutka_ 1<'11'. CHILLED

h i ., dotted with dinners, luncheons and banquets 1 Delarey broke it. It took Kitchener years to get to to go north. In about a month. Jim- You all know there's none better. We also have the Atlanta Steel Plows
mle and Ills questions will bo ml8 od.Th'e We buy direct\ t from the manufacturer and can' ears. ,you the middle man's profit
lIe was in America 10 days and m that time he Oindurmau.: Now a column in one of his block Come and
house see us, or If you can't! do that write us and let. us give! you prices
'i'' 'V. shared in no less than 10 dinners 13 luncheons, 2 house districts has been wiped out. Another column -' crete walk Avenue which ia arjrreat him! a new improvement con-- We are also agents for Putnam county for the "

+v t., I r a breakfasts and 4 banquets, and there were several l will take its place Unless the outside world ;, PL NET JUNIOR CULTIVflTOpS.

T r ,dull days when the time of the prince was exclusively interferes it seems but a question'of time! when the The V. T..A. la expecting: : to have n "
A loan and collection exhibition. on. or They make work easy. Men who use them whistle. they'-work. Then we han
+t r, devoted to viewing the passing from the methodical advance of the British, commanderinchief
,
t{ scenery about the 87th lust. the Celeuiated liON. AGE CULTIVATOR everything In the Sums of
,; ;' window of a dining car between courses.( will achieve its. object, despite the brilliant Rev. and Mr R. H. Templeton ;

The eating and the feasting began with the arrival exploits of Delaroyi; DeWet. and Botha'and,the humiliation formerly of thin place; but now lIv. Garden Tools.

''fl, of the prince in New York'harbor, on Feb. 28 they heap upon the. British. ing visit at Melbourne from the stork, are on rejoicing theHth Inst.overa This Is going ")be the beat year.loc"lt.11o{ \ frense. The man who! plows this

s f. Luncheon 'was waiting on the Ilohenzallorn. It was which left them a new bivbv' girl spring and summer has. better prospects for a Rood,, profitable reaping lima next
y '. Mr. Templeton la well pleased with fall. Orange itrowerit" will be In It attaint 1 bat they will have to plow. We want to
'preceded by a reception and followed by a .dinner. TO HE NO PLANT YNA8TV. his new appolntmen ,'1L1ll1 says the sell. them the prows, the cultivator and ,the garaen' tools-they are the above

f': and the prince was off to Washington to dine with Recently, at New Haven, Conn., Mrs ,Margare only thing! that had Interferreu with named. prosperity bracd.! "

Jqp Il't; the president, see congress, hold reception At the Plant defeated the English idea of her: late husband: he Its fullest had failed eijnvment to receive Is the fact the thaI las l KENNERLY HARDWARE U.PALAfiKA :

h .. S, German embassy, at which luncheon was served, Mr. Plant wanted to found a dynasty' He had $20,- three copies ot the News.POMONA. r .
OUR BREAD WILL
W +v's and then back toNew York to launch the yacht, COO.OOO: and he left it td a G-year old boy, not to be .. SATISFY ALL. FLA.

ri: lunch at Shooters island and follow it with a paid over to him till his youngest son should arriveat It.will give to the young strength .
Mr.; S. E. Peck in Palatka
r ry f lincheon' on the Ilohenzollern, which was finished the age of 21 yearn. I business one day last was week. on and beauty, and make the old. happy.

just in time to permit the prince to be presented There was nothing Americaa aboutjthe: Plant will. I Mr. O. H. Worcester trade n trip From the

'' r :i I Ii with that ancient and honorable chestnut, the freedom If it bad been allowed to stand, and other rich men i to Jacksonville on the Crescent, Fri Palatka Variety Bakery, ...

-ra"; 1 r I + of the city, after which the mayor dined him should make wills like it, there would in time be in day.MUnes Georgia\ Russell .and ljtheJIcClul'e : HENRY THALGOTT Prop.

at the Metropolitan club. The banquet was followed this country but two classes-the very ri\1'\ [ and the I \\ of Welaka spent 'eevera

n 1 -ti by a luncheon, which preceeded the break very poor. They have that down 'so fine in England days week.with Miss Mamie Morrison lest Hobokon. If the terms are not violated BOTH YEAR OP PBO8PEU008'BUSINESS.ACKEHMAH .

''I fast that was in couree of preparation when the that the man who inherits an estate is, in fact, onlya ; Mr. W. H. Cook visited Palatkr, Laura. and .Lemuel' will wed
"' ''pt. 4, \11)05) -three years and, one-
;41 prince retired and offered a course of training forT tenant. His heir.can summon him to court for Toursday half from the signing of the agree, & ,STEWART
cutting timber to make The Mr. Wray a piano tuner tune. ne nt. .
or failing repairs.
the luncheon that came next, after which there was several pianos in town Thursday. ,

's 'a luncheon with the captains of industry whence whole aim of this rich man's law is to keep great 'Mr. and Mrs. Woodruff will leave REMARKABLE N. 1'. nOMANCB-

} the prince hastened to the Waldorf-Astoria to banquet fortunes and great estates intact. stay Mrs.'in Ames'Ht. Augustine.house this week, lot a The District young Attorney wife of Henry former Shack Assistant 3$ Wholesale ,and Retail Druggists..

i, with the press of America. The next day there In Connecticut Mr. Plant found a law to his MIsH Mary Bryant of Wrlaka, visited ilford Davis, of Brooklyn was stnrtt .

,1 > '1 '' I was a private dinner .at the White House, and the liking and he set about forming the!: house of "Plant. Mrs Rogers Friday and Hatur-. d lane Saturday, by. Home papers' .JUST RECEIVED LA.KUKLOT Per SpriD'
shoved Into her bands by a Fresh
proves Garden Seed
S i. a tun to Mount Vernon where luncheon was served. It was expected that before the time of. division ar- day.Mr. erver, which commanded her to np- LA.NDRKTH'S IaDtiDCo
_ c .,, The prince must have been' mighty hungry before rived the fortune would amount to at laat $100- Holmes Erwin left for a busl- ear In court In a suit for the imnul lieD" In ""'urGrd..*. '
'S I 000,000. Mrs. Plant! proved that her husband was a ness trip to Jacksonville and jthei( I neat of her marriage.! The' suit 1iroughtby '
fd" '' he ate luncheon again the next day at Annapolis, resident New York.instead of Connecticut at the points on Monday. He will be ubneut.about I the mother of her hus- I3ST3DTJ: OOTTQ-H: bEL] It

Yit l but the naval viands took the edge off' his appetite time of his death, and-tbe; property was transferred a week. tbducted rand, and Henry churls Hhackleford her with, having Davis, IS cents per bottle. Guaranteed by

5' ,and left; him in excellent condition for real epicurean to the courts of New York state. .New York state Pomona who has many northern visitors while he was "Insane Irresponsible ACKERMAN & STEWART. 'DRUGGISTS.
:; are enjoying our lilgli pinewoods
7 S enjoyment of the dinner which followed at the laws are not calculated to carry out the Plant idea. salubrtoiut air, nice walks and and Incompetent 'to' enter into the -
Mrs. Plant will get $8,000,000 and spend it as she driven. ; these visitors seem to be gay narrlage relation. Mrs. Davis iaA ,
11 + y' German embassy. and ))years old. The man. she Is accua- Headquarters: for
v sees fit. The rest will to the only child and happy upending little money
'" go jd of abducting Is 81. "It l is pretty ,
and much .
Hen
Thereafter for two days the prince sped southward gaining

there will be Plant
r no dynasty. hard to oe forced Into the position of
tt hj and westward, lunching en route, but doing Mr. J. Wesley Edniuncls ot Arling!- fighting your own mother," said FINE LIQUORS '
wt" 1-to' ton. N. Jb H completed a comfortable Davis. "but there .seems to be no eM-
ry,r ."a neither dining nor banqueting enough to excite Advices from Luzon fail make it'clear whether 'anti picturesque cottage III !ape for me. :Sly mother is a sweet. ,

j" comment until Chicago was reached, on March 8, It was Dutyana Destiny or Civilization and Enlightenment which he and bin good wife expect: : to (rentl, lovely woman but she Is
their winters. and she refuses Such, as the 'Famous Green River
*$ paM peculiar, to become
*
ax ._ J-v% where there was a banquet before a. ball, and a luncheon that tied a t prisoner i to a tree and shot ham The entertainment' last Friday reconciled to my tnarrrlage.! Henry -

*: J after it, with a breakfast coming a little on four separate days. night at Pomona given Hall, entitled- dhackleford Davin' mother l Is a remarkable Rye, a Whiskey'Without a headache

*S5 c;, "Down the Sea," local woman. Her husband was Golden .
later. Milwaukee contributed a luncheon, a reception by by our Wedding, Jed Clayton.
Rev.)Mr.\ Shnckleford, of Brooklyn.
and a banquet, and sent; the prince on his way President Roosevelt declined positively have 'audience.talent was much The enjoyed dramatU by. pemonas a large IL prominent preacher of his time. Lord Baltimore Bye Paul Jonea Private -

.eastward to fare aa he might on the handouts that anything to do with the South African muddle, but was 'composed of Miss! MorrlMonMlns He wee a great.. Ills friend withdrawal of PresldootCleveland' from Stock &o. -
Peck Mrs Fink and Meiuirs.\ '
citizgneof the United States will still be
the people passed him en route. There was no public permitted Flsk, Perry, Hendrickn, Keown, he church was sensational anti wall

:.S s r eating between Milwaukee and Boston, but there to sell mules to the British for the Boers to capture.: (Spencer performed and their Chester Mltklleton] ; all decree followed being by. a given suit to for his divorce wife,who the Go to West End Salo.on
-- --- respectva part swell o
e I had dinner and lun heoo. at CO of began to study law
the prince a a Albany the audience was delightedwith years age ,
Mr. Hanna neglected to mention the
strongest ar- admitted the bar
and is
was to ,
f'ut r West Point and luncheon and din- the entertainment. Ice cream now
; ; I and luncheon, a gument in favor of the ship subsidy; that i it will help and cake were served after the play. an actual practicing lawyer. J. W.

t t. 5; ner at the University club brought the prince back the republican !national l committee fulfill its bargain. Later on the young folks. enjoyed an '- -- < Magail.PLANT .

to New York, where, stab a breakfast, two luncheons ------ -- Imprdmptu dance In-mlreil" by the We Make FineOonfeoti.otl.S
sweet strains of music furnished
by
ts and Mrs. Vanderbilt's dinner, followed by a It is now reported that Miss\ Roosevelt will not .the Bagley orchestra. :: :: ---

1 breakfast before a luncheon and dinner at Philadelphia break a bottle of champaign at the launching of! .
TAKE OATH TO BB Taca-
t" it is thought the prince was enabled to survive King Edward. Lemuel Charles Meeklno; and Laura And everyone who Eatsit '

< a .. until the steward, of the Deutchland: could prepare --- --- Amelia' Morgennon, of New York wants more. SYSTEM.
7" a J. Last week the new Secretary of the went have united In a sworn agreement to
him lunch. Treasury Chocolates
; a hasty Our and Bon Bona
marry Sept:! 4, }talk> and not to flirt I
trr i5 1 h. Tile trip i is over now and the prince is home again through Wall 'street,. Wall street will reciprocate or be flirted with by others lathe are. always Fresh 'and Pare,

t :with a recollectfoa< of America's ability to feed the'V.s. l later. .-. meantime.no marked Laura attention vow from"to any receive the Great 'Through Car"'lino' From .Florida_
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'2 hungry and make onslaughts on the digestion to A Woman's LoVe.A the unmarried period man of three or widower and during six Ice Cream, Ice Cream Soda CONNECTIONS:
him mindful years
eolace him and make that the distance
T ", sentinel angel! sitting high In RloYy! months; not to be escorted to or fromor and other .An..ua'.l'1o Uo.un via OhalertpnP Richmond cal
r from New York to Washington is two luncheons; Heard this shrill wall ring out from purgatory: to be present at any church service TO 'Basft'a -

l el from Cincinnati to St. Louie is two ,dinners 'add a 'Have mercy, mighty angel; hear my story I ., musicale sociable. entertainment picnic excursion: concert Hot and Cold Drinks; 1HB. ,Iolltou.Soumxew lLmwar. via.,Savannah;Columbia,.' nd Wash-\

r +S breakfast J from St. Louis to Chicago: ia one banquet "I loved and, blind with passionate love, I fell. outing theatre base ball* game or FOB LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.! : ,
,
f Love brought down and death. Tit Alb .
me to death to hell. place of public amusement BAIL.West
: any 'or
$' / breakfast and luncheon and from Milweur
s' :* a a For Oed Is .. and deatlr for sin l is well.
+' I ., kee to Boston is the short distance of one just, recreation with any unmarried man The Children i are welcome;. they al. Southern B'r vla.l.eup, Atlanta. and Oh.tUoooga.
? Ituugheoo "I do not raed against) His high! decree widower or any man. other than waye seem to enjoy It. TO'' tiThe Loulsv111 ok Ha.bvl via! Montgomery: ; "
t! ;I' and a lunch, while it is two dinners and a luncheon Nor for uny/elf( do ask that grace shall be, s members of my own Immediate. lams .THE Southern B'".vie Savannah, Columbia ..4. Asheville
Y'h.$' I ; ua. from Albany to New York. But for jny love on enrth who mourns for me. ily; and I do sacredly vow not to Fine Cigars and Tobaccos. Mobile A Ohio B. B. via Montgomery.

1'r'a Odd ideas the'prince must hays of the geography "Or" t Spirit let me,nee my love again carry on any communication by .mall ,or telephone or correspondence L. A. SMITH. pin Savannah aDd Ocean Steamship Campcny for New Tort
r ;; of the United States. But he will, of course, be too And comfort him one hour, and I were fain with any unmarried man or widower, TO East1 t}I Phll delpbla! amid. Boston, via l Nrite fur N..y..W..h, end ftilfc
+)I polite to express them. To pay a thousand yean of fire and pain. or encourage, promote or foster any THE VU.8av.nuiih.nd UerabanU. oil'Ulaen. Transportation Com-
t, court hlp. whatsoever during, the J .paD)' toe :Baltlmor .
Then said! the pitying! angel: "Nay I Repent European Restaurant..
That wild vow I Look I 'Jhe dial flnger's bent said period of threeyears. and six VIA BTIAMBBIP. '
t .; It is rather a singular coincidence that four of
5 fI 'r ; Down to the last hour of thy punishment!I" months LBunuel'H. oath binds him, I To Key West us Hall Stnmllhlp of the Peninsular *; Occidental Stesoahlp .
the most noted exponents: of npgro minstrelsy should '"to pay no marked attention to any Furnished Roooms, I Q'Pore Tampa 10 Key West U.vanah 10 OOIoDeoL'D wIlli
But still she wallet) "I pray thee let me gelI ) unmarried
.
woman or widow other ANDHAYAKiH !
; t; r, -, ,pass off the stage of lifo within a month. Billy t cannot rise to pence and leavq" him so. than the attention due from any Hot (Cold The Plant System.
I sv West, NielBrjant, Billy Rice and Billy Emerson; Oh, let me soothe him In tale bitter woe.I" gentleman; to carry on no cnrrenjondenoe and Batjis J Three Shipe Monda's"" 'r. Port Tampa. 7 a me.vnwavAetl .
r The braseagntes ground suddenly ajar by wall or communication. :'. Tbllndar..d. ; Batunlare.;
have millions with their .
who and "
i A delighted jibes And upward, joyous, like a rising star, 4 by telephone with any unmarried .U'ROBERT O..a eseroa..,<1 TJa B"0", and CMMto. AUuntlo. Md I lent Steamship tin ft*
f their of the woman or widow, and It wounded dn nil mm .
jqnlps, grotesque impersonations peculmrantie She rose and vanished the ether far. IUWAIUM f
...., Haut
the Held of battle to receive care or a; Hs wkeebuq cad Claarbttettiwa:
4 : { *of the negro slave type, are only memories But soon adown the dying sunset sailing attention from only those employed JAMES'eumes.ortocbea.xupperbus.bj WINTER TOURIST
And like a bird her pinions trailing TlCK1IITS will lie on M'e'' tbnougbou' tb..
now. The style of entertainment they once regularly as nurses, and to receiveno EASTERN. WESTERN' NOBTBEmr-.
She fluttered back, with broken-hearted walling: attention from school teacher ( Pint aad 80UTHUN 8T4TE8, to all florid... 1 1limited .
made ha. palled the public .taste. It any System. d.lllol1 the season! 1901-,111I.1 ''
popular
'j'iI upon who bo In Ioretum uutll )f1l13J. J
thePhilippine dur-
1 liberal =
r She nobbed! "I found him by the summer's. may l'AL4T&Ao. "" etop-over prl.lleKRe 10
rlJLJDA. I'I..rld. .. >s
.
: has given way to the much over worked "coon song" declining, his head upon a lualdeu's knee log said period and I do further NORTH sent 10 the undersigned .ilL bft .DD&E88Ei OJT PABTIEd. 1M TH

rat tN and ragtime music and these are rapidly progressing Hh.:curled his hair and kissed. him. Woe la,met'' Taper to cent.save. of from all money my regular received pay aad For adnrttlllDII mar.t.r. llberelly' aUI'plletl' .with." lafo.ftlaUoli\\',

d to the nauseating stage. ,The name of Dan ill. W pe. "Now let my pnnUhmnnt begin fI t from the United,"Htatesetnroent' Harness, Wagons totomiauon- "''to, Rale,BleeplDg tar Reservation;ate, salt oa'or write I W
have been fond and foolish. ..Let me inTo luring the term of my enlistment. ... IL JJLLY lvl.loa1 Puaeugar..-A.ert,
Ss/ ; .Bryant. and George Christy till Und foremost ia expiate my sorrow and, my sin." I.emuel hss enlisted In Uncle, Ham's : and Buggies 138 W..t Bay Street,Astor Sleek! '. _, ', ,lacll""lIv1l1." ,I&.

4]f I 'the memories of the palmy: days of, negro; minstrel- The angel answered "Nay sad out!tio; higher ITo army and will go to the Philippines. W, B. DENEi. ,D... Wd WRE1Of.
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Gaga U a''telegraph atOrautonN.Y.r U.. .jo,.natODd..... Pau.Tnre.MirSevaanakOa.
., : ray. and all who. have since crossed the'stage' appear Was be bitterer deceived than In your a thousand trU8beart's dellir.of fire I" 1 The bond operator was sworn For Sale at close Stf''prices,. H, 'JiIa aII.l .-...
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THE CRESCENT CITY NEWS.Crcsconl Follow the Custom



Wf ARf[ 'SHOWING Of filling your pantry with a choice lIne of O1'Oo.rlo.lI8uh week.Uw' .


e-'O tin. :IF'sisIbulozx:
: City Mrs. F. A. Kolilnson who with her The public school closed lust Friday JIo|." for Now School. -
The first really dun Steel Rang

onvot tIle moAt benntlftit InoAtlonn In Flop.1ft daughter, Mien Mublu, baa been vlxl- morning with appropriate exer- Now that the Indies of the V. I. A ever In stock In Crescent City Of coming here to make your selection,

The town in In th. nouthitiMiorn, p.r,. ofJMiinaraotiunLy thug bet' parnnta Mr. and,. Mrs. ulufs. Miss Georgia Johnson Ahe have taken up the subject of a new For $:*:}.(><).
,'a 'miles from fulntkn. ftiirt lanwrbml
., by lini; BiHitnftr or railroad: ; Ore. James A. Clone tha -paBt .veral principal l. and Miss Alice WhltmRh. .school liousa and grounds, more We will sell you as good a range -- -

tnntOliy fully from lice the ou wee n, ;'U',1': which Oromiont J riHUMRrnoo: Iult*, n weeks Lift for her home In Detroit assistant, left for their homes on centrally located there l Is good reason a* money will buy. Our Groceries are always fresh. nail, of the right kind. That big heaity appo-

L., b..m..l.bool of oliHV wntot 10 mlluH lu beRth Mich., last Friday.Mrs. the Crescent Monday morning carrying to hope that. time day is not fur tlte will never mis cwnnnotlou you leave j.ff,: orders liore for a good, supply of '
lieu| from throw to hr. miles lu wloI'h. Tim
- |,i_ In well Intd out In- town .Ana droVe lot* Addison Johnson who h
the but foRmer His blouk aonfttltuilnij In wUlth) it portion lying,: between or thvtown two been,. guest at Oro.va Hall the past of whom hold them. In the highest will stand forth na. an accomplishedfact. .well-filled counters, bins and sholvns that are groaning beneath the.weight of good '
"
;c lftlaOBlnk. '' Oiroii E on tON wflBt. Tha bevel ol Inlta. Htellit |M 4ft fmtlilffliur :1
than that of l thun .iT tn1.' Mr. Hubbard It look like and it Is. kinds, from the IOu lamp stoveto
I hike Orftnuent < Johnson of the celebrated !Mug!: Sliiffprlrton. Collins B. of New a big: Job, as :
tog rfnatdr The water of Inke stotte the 3 burner automatic blue
-1: ti' luftKfl. '
bee It* ftouruelu, o|.rlnir* and to knpt' AbBolutAlypur : Mrs. Johnson and her friend York arrived on Friday of l last week big as it looks but thin. association flame at till 00 J. W. MILLER :

a by the Iowa to*.in uth, .>rliui. who ouiiUtmlnat have, leNIN,It. ftmlHittunotuiiir [Miss. I,efler of "Hnnitoga. left fqr and Is.with hla family nt "Llsnitro"for of Indies Is nccustouiud,", to undertaking :' :
way >
any
baT.o': flMntayatain, Rtlliray. kinnhot:::' tho ireet their respective homes this week. a few weeks rest. Mr. Hubtmrd big things, and once It puts the Those Steel CulllvOIors! DI $$4.25. CRESCENT CITY.
_________ 58k. HtMlit uromil from the town
Cud *v little Hteainor .x", .ey. piiMHnngom anilf Mr. and Mrs. Ch.... Darker, of has Just returned from an 'Inspection 'association'shoulder to 'the wheel
.
ml tih't hi ami, from tlia town cud Unmouut CUT Doo't overlook them '_h_' '
the work l la Theyare
of the property of the Cuba Fruit going to move. Hurrah
JllnoLlolI.lbe railway utatlon." North) Pclhaiu, N, Y., who have been \
.4 The trip by ntvamor Sloe Falatknor,, Jaokvnn.vlllo ,, < at Crescent Inn during the company at Bngua do Tan 1 mo, Cuba for the ladles ot the V. I. A. I When a give-away at the piloe. NEW SPRING STOCK OfIDIOTST" J
U one., She monk tlttllghtful witter, rIbo.< gu H a
t., In the whole country, and the: twMfinitor whoiMlt past three weeks took their departure of which company he IM the they unite on a plane tat every one GOODS 1"\\
:
this trip, Im haul titranoou from start to -
v
president The- lisa 1700acre give them the helping hund. Ole ni3$ Week. "
company
will
morning. They
>t fin Into. At a point nln ml lea south uf 1'alatkn on Monday :
_________,, ,the .tMtm.L leave the) $Johns, end ttntaru pond it week or two at Jacksonville of baiinnus, under cultivation There la going to be difference of .
'i> rlvor, rAther narrow but tort '
i| treftra op Unetl on wittier ftfilo, by A ttilitk ,growth noun And. Savannah before continuingtheir and will be a heavy shipper of this opinion ax to location and pluns) Some ((100 yards of edging la narrow JUST OPENED AT "

.1 of or prone, anhand "lme.Io-tOI..rl"'hl." boOmS home. fruit the coming season. of work, but this dl'Terence is. the medium and wide good. at C. L. CHA MBEFLIN 'S. ,'
primeval"* The rlvwr'n ourvoa ar* ahari> anilfrequent Journey
from lOo oliGo
: : prices ranging ( -
and thVr Is novor ft tong teauto ol same ns would be presented to
- ?. .water In Bitflit.. After ulna mile of travel Atnonit the gueuts at Crescent Inn Among the pleasant guests of the anybody per yard that have never base We Invite the Indies to evamlno our Stock before purohaBlng elsewhere. Now

> rough tbU Btream the atoamnr emtiraoR Into (luring the pact week were C. L. E. past week at Crescent. Inn was Mr.. of men. elective or volunteer equalled III these part for quality Stock of Summer Hutu Just rrrlvml for Moo and 1101''". :
i, the bn>ad ami beautiful JUaka ureMoont. A run organized for the special oDd We also In How about aunt Uniiillton-Brown SlIces? They woar like Iron.
of an hour and s hail Inniltj thej paiwenfior' At Cartwrlght. and D. N.' CRrroll'of J, C. Ucott proprietress of the celebrated purpose.Let price. are Every hair '
y OreMwnt City, the aUNinier'a outhflruinoi these ladle unite on a location receipt of Invoice of some speciAlly guaranteed. Ititninmbvr wo aro hnudiiiiarttir for the famous Buoksklu Breeches. }
Longfellow Cottage at Chau-
Inndlng. The boat l mv.. Jauksonvlllo. At... Suottdale Pa.; T. F. MeKea and nice White Oooods that you They wnnr lit and give entire gatlarautlon.'
I 1 m. TueBdny. Thurodny And .Uikturdayt tauqua N. Y. the summer home of and method- procedure and whatever -
every
,
Cochrane Mararet will find attractive.
N;{ PalatkA at 8 p in. the samn daya. Itnturnlnir: wife Mills Pn.f' ; they In a majority capacity may Our Groceries are Always Fresh, and Prices Lowest. ::.I'"
hundreds of from all the
people
_' the boat teavnn Ureontit Uny on Monilay. Wed J. McKee Apollo Pa..Mrs; S. Hell- over !

_ ,5 k neotl lAtka' ,y at ami tu .Friday. m. And At 7 At A.JiiokBonvlilt m., arriving at At 4Hu'rp. I'a.; man, Sharon, Pa.; Mr. and\ Mr ..S. country who gather at that popular' decide, the New trusts the minoritywill We SMII Make C. I,. CIIAMUKUMX Crescent qjy, Fin.I

ti:cent. tn.for Mo Cresoeut pnretvit Step City'took wlthouft the steamer xporlunuluif Ur;*.>, O. Tolman Sir. end Mrs. IT. N. assembly. Mrs. Scott also had a cottage let the good people uaturndly of the place accept.give Then them. e Ify Dn e __ \. :

_ _ { new BfinMtlons of plH.uiiir and A shutS stop at LIvley Teuuinsuh, Neb.; Mr; and for KUenta; at the DeFun IRk
f IttollItteotty n>akia any mat*or woman A Situ Springs (Fin) Chautauqua but this a. united whole hearted support. Our soda counter specially at-
_ _T long lover of the plane. Mrs. Merrett Batclielder James Crescent needs trantlve. If the warm weiiherhold New Dry Goods :
I school
_ -j in the town proper. are some 6f the most town. N. Y. house burned some two years ago. City a new *.
FA iJ..ullh.lltom... it be bomb In toe etuie and
building. That much Is conceededby
the people .re oultureil And 1..0..........".*. Mrs.\ Scott was highly pleased with
__________,..There IB A jtotxt cottonS two cbnrohea< ." Mrs. H. A. Cant, \8sl ted by her the natural beauties of Crescent everybody.. It should have a lie .
_ piti and Pre.bytertai-autt two good Untoln." \daiiKhtera Mcjsdames Ritch and Wllllanm l e Mm lo O
I_ beehive plefteftut private: plnoe' whfr boar City and expressed ,surprise. that sotltttle more central location. than the present AND NOTIONS,
t be obtained. liotul And boardIng. house a charming reception at
oan gave Is known of such .a charming site. That much is. also generally
Are moderate. The people her Live to eat flu 1 lour ,
b.r: beautiful. home always fond
_, VIded wetS kept golf links\ fur ino on Prospect place.Mr. acknowledged.In New Clothing Black and nIne$ Suits New Shoes
... department th,, most attractive Woorstejl
_/ enfeof those who like this arausoment.OrenooutUtiy street last Monday evening. Most of ,
the absence of
.
baa more oraugo ...,... than any state countyor plaoo, and those who eat to live
/.Any other town IDtbeno..oty. orange culture the society loving people of the : and Mrs.. E. II. Williams of aid there Is '
town no organization the moat economical one to buy all bought with care for Cash taking all the Discount!,!
_ le the loading pcoupatlua of the peulileAnd the ,
_________;quality of title fruit has long been: rbjuvrded: : AHft town, all well as guests from the New York gave a delightful picnic HO well equipped to take the Initiative goods .'
aiifHtrlor to that' grown lu Any other.eootltm ofrt liotel were present and all unite In to Haw Creek on the launch. Spray
_ the...... Aliuust every* IU"n of the plaoo in this inat'eias .the V. I They Can Be YoursAt
( has A well-kept grove, ntany of whloh ooniipy pronouncing It one of the prettiest last Friday The day was bonuS iful A. and tlTht this association has it In Everything seems just a little better! .

_the.it.'iud grove InUt lots the of oountty thetuourihtmtlon D* K of Orescent live and ahowf stream with It
City are ineu. tliny overhanglngbranches
: Mr. Ueo. W. of Port for that
stocks uf Roodrt whloa would (lovredlt to many Carpenter ground hope Crescent City
of toe larger cities of Ibo ........ Living I.o..pe. I. Chester, N. Y., whose' proper placeIn rich in the verdure of early spring will soon have a school house to
.than Almost any Other town In tbo reflected In the ml rr.l1ke waters TJi e C. H. Preston Co. COIfcTIEZ::: :: Tho: : Shoe ,
.,...... Florida Is right here In. Crescent take the place of the dilapidated old a.tl.:: i
s, The .tre...are lined with sbado-trae" And made the ride a delightful experl- Crescent '
has been the vanities barn has the blush, of City Florida.
4 Ut. *oo"nll..oAk., and broad shell walk err City, Indulging .that brought --- ---------- --- .. .
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_ _,leld on the principal streets. Blojrole V.'b, of the east coast and Is now lu enoe'to all, very many ot whom shame; to the cheek of every citizenof .

1[,lAd In many-,-Ulreotloui.P -..,, --.-,- --- Jacksonville. His. host of old friends were making the trip for the first the place who has been compelled

t4 f=: in Crescent CI'ty do not propose to : time. Basket lunch was served ,at to acknowledge to atVangers tbat
_ rtl. In CreMent City deelrliiNT to subj -
fop this t4 with this Indifference to his the proper time and It also was en- "this school."
_ j rlU4) paper or WaMhliE| > renew put up (Is our public

i HAintMi their subeflrlptluiu And money wltN tiIereL.l Mr., K.11057...leave'.Uoun theirJ <.. nt first love (Crescent .Clt).) without' joyed by all the party. Among the The ladles met on. Monday after.

.. ._. co."e. whO !Ia onrsmtliorl..iln.nt.ORIWOCMT protest. It Is lua.t possible that he quests present were Mr.. .Addlson noon lust to discuss the matter billowing GROVEHALL.

=- -, + *- -----4 Johnson( the Misses M. Hays L.Maguson .
may see the error'of hln. ways and to the failure of the telephonethe
nIT? TEWPERATUBft FOB THE:
wgIL ERIINO M AUOU IS HO.-. l>. w,... come up here this week. May Desmortd Mable News has been unable to learn _
_" LIANSI, OIiSEItVEtt. Lefler Agnes Ryan Elizabeth Ryan, what was done.: ",=-'
The and
Misses Hays, Maguson
.
._' for lot 1 Eva Lyon, Alice Hutchinson and J. -_ ... __ Forexeollonoeoflooatloathli" popular notvlunexoullud.
of New who have
.")&itrett. 1 1': n.t Pi M.9*:.*. U us.f .'u" h., Randolph York F. Randolph and fessru Frank H. I. From" tu broad veranilabi ._ .India
_ .. .nGllp l 00 TH "M" 10. M been guests at drove Hall for a little! So SWEET AND PI.BAHINO IN TASTE; niaffnlHount vlowaare. liiid In all direct Ion*. -r Uratjda. of WhUklr*, *ni Cl re *t IM than whu") i
111). 1 Holiday .. Ii IS MH" 19' 69 Anclrus, E. R. Youngs David Carll _14 BEAUTIFUl_PRIZES_FREE rWJS"
[;>. Tue.J..f .el 10 M .7C .1 .over a week past left on Monday for Klngabury Mrs. O Peterson 626 Lake St., Topeka It overlooks beautiful Crerfcetxt lake on oneHldoAiid I r.uatutrelliu.beer.s! ,
and The
WcdnmitiiM. S) 71Thurmlny IIIJ U I Norton. party Kan. of Uallard'a Hore. charming lake Stella on the oilier. ., ..
.56. trip""down the east coast and to npeakln : hi.0 ciu. nndamb. .4 nip Iu.tly timrmmtnrCnbim ii..d. sac 1O* On fj
m IIol 11 11 Wl" u returned !fibout dark and all voted. It hound Syrup. says : "It has never failed It[ iHaqulut, botnuUke place, alwaj ....11nllod I N.,...V.be.5n.I.l..wIIl. .. AiWHU'TKLf FIlKKmi.frflh* h.nI
'rl..p. , .. one pleasant duy. to give entire satisfaction and of all with rrll"'. who enjoy tho rent which wln.bMt Um*>kp r .0
-- ---- ----. I _
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-- --------- -- They will sojourn tat a time at the thin ntn rdM. nrtr Id< .n<4tamlhMtJwllllrMllfvWaa, I Mtrrifln*Vienna Kewrch.uoa -
arming oily >
tb J is and
p-U-SMr. -- cough ret edles my favorite I I pin. |f nnln.HMrwhium Cliar Hotter,1 *i nnln.latbutw ,
"1 Hotel Royal Polanclana Paint must confess to mi many friends that II HUNTING FISHING BICYCLING. I PIJhC eVE Orioll. all.,, I mU,l..thn Tboutpouui i .1, nS '.0* inI
ilekol cOd,bo .| euff b.C.fl. liall'topeolUr bnlton7l I nY'kwlfler
.. Hunker's Recital pair Toni I
Personal Beach, and also at the Royal Palm rill do, and has done, what Is nlnltnedor -- I II. I pnlnlMv t .and. Social. MAGNIFICENT OOLV LINKS I 11)m..l li7 Ti..TilvUk ijrnld plittrl. Alllbw*Ii,.i.ltho.toot< w rU
Bunker of New York It.-to cough or a cold
Miami. The ladles appeared to be Mrs. Joseph / speedily euro ) I 0ut1LO ..N DM Id.u.d.n.q.4bl..tcqrf.me.IOy.rid'N.' ,,. '
( and It Is so .weot and pleasing in tacte." TwO b orbs. from bItS Uot-ul. Urn of Link fife I iii,flib p.,.ki..e..Ob. 6S. I,.. 00. $12 i'n' W. cit a,
well pleased with Crescent City. who Is spendIng the winter here as I WhIH.y .odO..oie'fltI To O D wltk inl'fk..fut
i i5o 50u and (1 par' bottle at Lckorman& to Hotel IgtleRiiI.Senion .. IMitsSh.I4pI..tutt4fl .
the guest of Mr. And Mrs. J. L.Maull. "'-r v ,. I L'u Kl: sJi11"
_____ -'The nit la laden' with' the perfume Master Oliver Chamberlln celebrated $wart'n; Pululka ana Lounds' drug open November Int. lg-: _ C tad,CtuttoI CInn&n..ine ps,.IOrer.id Co.5,'..tt.,dor(000 o.ie.Oboe 6..d'
___ has consented to give an elocutionary tore Creecent Olty.. Every room b..o. oaauplml during the ( *dSOI.rIICtS.e.e.ot.ie.onf.rtn.l Th..eInnnrt.tI.4i.( S .
If, orange. bloomif.is /. his 14th anniversary by giving recital for the benefit of --- punt t vo .....0". and hose who dontre a.. = FREE hOi. ..fllot.ernet.o.0.no.euttP.l.4nmashIw.bhd.nie..ythIoI...r.dnflI..dbd..w, W.Unfl.t,.th..o.4.scdflt..I

: May Desmond of Port CheHer *- fl V most enjoyable" evening party i! the Village Improvement Association Luck Hotter Tliitu IlritliiH. oolnmo latlnnii for thin coming season aboulddtlrruHM -whoUU. mo. Lud Liquor. ...o 'cii.. t xm.llli .1mW""wwkd Orttoi

N. Y. is the more- recent to bill young frle dll. They were all Wisconsin tho propriotor.William U. H. UIHTIUJCR-a 1>1 TBIBUTU among Ht the Hall on. Friday evening Ex-Governor Uplmm of .
there for Oliver la popular and getItln
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['arrivals at'Grove. Uall.f.Mr. and to all wlio have had the pleasureof told a> /good story ou himself the

A. B..T rrey'represented the! him. more.Games BO occnpled an the years the attention creep on hearing this gifted lady It would other day. C. Horton

"00t4 Knight nt the Grand Lodge seem that the mere announcement "I wa once interested In two lumber 1H3ANY
of guests pleasantly; boa.and cakes
; fill the hall. deals he Bald. "I had offereda
'to of P. at Tampa. laM week should be sufficient to ,
_
I were served; and the heir apparentto Crescent City Fla.
Bunker'la graduate of the valuable pleoeofprorerly atdGOO( ( () ,
'Mrs'. AV. D. WUliam 1 wbo has Mrs. a
; the house of Chamberlin tar.U. on ...... YOU HEAD
Emerson College of Oratory Boston. and. nit the name time I wa trying to
during ,
tta
_______ en qultwlll post month, he> next mile-journey to the hill top Thin oomforlnlilu
Later she was a teacher of elocution buy" tract.of pine trees. While the C
CHESLEHT INN ) ..
recovering quite :
I now rapidly !laden with good wishes. susxsjsrsMm.
..
in the Linden Institute at Linden deals were pending I ran across a 'tI.
ilt. ,Kflv. ;K u 0. Weed, bishop- Mrs. Cooper of Philadelphia and Veymont. She has been heard In gypsy fortune teller In the woods, .J. C.Cook and MtM K. C. Wule.. both ofChautauciun DEAF ? NOISES ?
'
_bride' officiated a' the EpUoopnl N. Y. where they have had
Mrr. Oscar Keen of
hoe daughter
her tell fortune.?'
I lu. Massachusetts and and asked to
recitals
many my of experience In oalerliiar. to the
many
burch ]at Sunday. morning' preauh- yours ALL. CASES OF
terminated'a
Newark N. J. three
other eastern state and In all her "You will be very lucky In your comfort of vUltora to the celebrated Lake

ng all able'' and scholarly sorinon.Ih month's sojourn'at Grove Hall. last work she shows consummate skill asset deals," she sahK"That's Chautam.im Aiwembly. DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARINC

little ohuroli wmj. completely week Tuesday,, ou. which day they the delineation good," I remarked1. Tuo tmurte baa been thoroughly ronovnled ,
_ actresa in of grotesque -
departed for their reapeetivehoinee. 'YeR,' continued the fortune teller and will afllinl. K moiit pleaMant liotne foe ARE NOW CURABLEby
Hied.r. character. luck will beat bruins.' <' wInter vlaUore. The .bible .\\tt .uppUud with
.and Mrs F.; M. PayROrt The of few If 'your your invention. those born deaf incurable.
; gave departure ) any, guects, For the recital on Friday night Governor Unliain says that the the bent the market .111>..1.. Hatea made our new Only are

_o i exbursloa party to Haw Creek ouhe ever caused such general regret as Mrs. Bunker lina arranged a program ,: woman spoke the truth Afew clnyi mown on nppll *atlon.CKblSCBNT. HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY.

launch Spray on Tuesday of last did that of these popular ladles, and of eight numbers among which are '' later the syndicate which held the .; CITY FLA.Lound's .

with option of f _ _ reek -their- friends. Mr. and lie hope finds. general expression ,
"The Day Judgment, by philips; had. olfured at that price decldad BAi.TiMnmt, Md.. March 30. 1901.
KDgley of Abtlelxjro Mas, tin that cur little winter colony may "Laeca," by Desprei; "When the not to accept It, and It wns not long 1 Ow/Vw/M.'_BeltiR entirely cured of deefu...... t1j.uk" toyoftr treatiuent. I will uow tv.you
1 a full history of to l be heed" at your Uitorvttom
', uastsof honor. .again be privileged to greet. them. Frost la on the Pumpkin" by J. before he wan uhlu to sell I Ihe land Drug. Wore, About fiv. veers my cave.gO mv rig lit ear bellO..to thug and thU kept on \ffettliiB, wone, .....l1llnet

_______ Ex-CongresBman Wm.' /Byan. his among its numbers.Messrs. Whitoomb Riley; "Brushwood," byRoad for alnioBt double. the amount.- IttT I liearltiff underwent I In tmn a tretcIIt ear citttrely, : for; cat.orb, for three motitJi. without any.,,""" .., coiimiUed e number .

, lister, Mr*. Daly and the Aliasesleft' C. Hi Marsh and Benj. O. ; and "How Deacon. Tubman Washington Post.CJIILDBEXs Crescent City, of phyNiclnim. IIIOIIK others, the moot eutitieiit, cnf specialist i of .hl.city who told mo that
head noitw wouldthen
und tint that the
---CI- only ait operation could help inn sro only Iciniwrarily
Jrall" for St. Augustine'. this Doughty returned to Grove Hall and Parson Whitney Kept New Offers visitors and "citizens ccane, but the hen ring, ul:i thin;fleeted ear wouM:: be lost forever.
COUGHs AND COtPfl.Mr a I then MW your mlv..rTiKeinent .aiciileiunll lit n New York paper, ....1 entered your treatment.
ek. They will 'make the '1'etllrAI Saturday from a week's trip down Years0 by Murray. Between the After I nail lined. It ""Iy. few tiny*according" to your direction' th.llul.c..canned. ana
*. Joe MrOrath 327 1st St., Hutch. line to-dnv after five week, In the d Steered cur b'..been entirely.r*,tomd. I thank yoeheertily
staKeli. and. to far Miami of ray hearing
by .uy. expect the east coast CM as -a rendition of these number the audience Complete
|bison. Kan., writes i I have given Bal and beg to reiimlu Very truly, your*.
ac home.In. time .EMter. trLp-bhatafforded them a wonderful wilt be treated to instrumental lard'B Horonound Syrup to my children F. A. WgRMAN; 7308. BroaAway, Baltimore, Md.

'Iitr..' .T. P. Cow burn line disposed amount of pl..a ure. Mr. Marsh Is : election by Miss Malcomb, and for coughs and colds for the! past four Toilet ArticlesAnd OIM- treatment does not ititeffwe with yottr ttsuori occupation

!_ nearly ber'entire collection In really enthusiastic', and state. that the Misses Hutchlnson, and vocal years ovurusid"aDd lied Unlike it the many best cough medicine syrup I. "*.:M2rd;: YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME SKI1"1:

xldermy." She posne*"e. a wonder* the- sight presented at this time, solos by Mrs. B. C. Williams and It contains no opium but will soothe and Druggist .Sundries ,INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC 596 LA SALLE AYE., CHICAGO, ILL.

_ul kill In this art and had she been with_tbe botelscrowded tourists Maser Preston and La B ,".. The heal any disease. the throat or lung

_d of tbre11114111 the number representing the world of far.hlon, la entire receipts of the evening will be quicker than any other remedy. 860, CO.' At Moderate Prices., .. ---- ------V -

_ _I pleoe she euuld have- sold. them one never to be forgotten "and yet," : donated to the V. I. A., anti ns there : and Pslatha$1.01), aDd) at Lounds'Aokormaa drug&store Stewart's Ores, The large part of our stock NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB NOTICE JOP' APPLICATION FOB F

sitU. he, "with all their! grand. hotels, Is promised an entertainment of more\ cent City. la of recant arrival. Tax Dead Under Section 8 of Chapter Tax Deed Under Hentlou 8 ol Chapter :' ,

( Mr. and' :Mr. O. A. Pratt will leave when It comes to real home comfort than ordinary merit the prospects ... 4H88, Laws of Florida. 1888 Law of Florida. "

give me .Chat of our own Grove are that the ball will be flllecl We have lately boon iiprolnteii Agent Notice I is hereby glven'that W. 0. Townsend Notice U hereby given that 'W. O.Towusend ": ,
their Vermont home next week
_ or NOTICK.; A Co., purchaser of'rUt, Cortlllonte/ purchaser of Tax CertificateNo. !>
for the American and
-- Bicycle Company
pplnR en_ route at several' points. Hall. Collap e itltTelephune.Telephoniretakere For the purpose of receiving tax If your mind I la on wheel (not wheel In No. 1U34,dated the iib day of July, A. D. 792, dated the flth day of July A. D.. ..
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pratt gave filed said cenlHeato la 1891. has filed Bald certificate la my office,
bey will be aocorripanfod by their a tour head mind ) come and let as 1808, ban my .
In this you '
piacewere return* I will be at the following! and has made for ,tax deedto .
application
for tax
of New York to Maw Creek on Wednesday show what do for offloe, and has mod application ..; .
rlend Mis party we can
Spencer
picnic[ that you you.Mens'
notified) last week the .er- named places as given below. Please deed to Inaua la accordant with law. Issue In accordance with law. Said 7f.

who!>> ha bean stopping this winter athe of last week on board Mr. K. vloe!' which connected thein with the meet me In person. aid"' certlUoatft embraces the following oertilloate embrace the following de- ;,. .'

home of Mrs.< -b'. 8. Crottyt M. White's beautiful little electric Palatka\y.tem-would.be discontinued Edgar, March 8d; Johnson 4th; described l property tuated In Putnam ortbed property situated in Putnam '
.
I' 1t.e Hester A. Gilbert and. :her launch "DIavoIo.ty'for" Of Mr.course and tt-was JoIr after Saturday, and accordingly, Norwalk, the 8th; Fruitland 7th ; Shirts. County Francis, Florida Richard to Lot wit Section: 40, Town-. L'ouniy.| Int.' In Florida! Francis to Richard wit: Ort Beotloi

tee,' Mis Uraoe Gilbert, of Ix>u- pleasant pal on that day, the service ceased. Georgetown,8th ; D.nver.l0th ; Crescent *hlp 13. Range 88-1000 acre. 40. Township 13. Bange \36-630 acres.
_ ftoai: .ed lust Pratt; don't know how to manage any, the Bald land being assessed at the date
Ontarlo.; rrl on Friday Those who had paid for the servicewere City lUli an<12th ;. Huntingon. --- .- The said land being moiMed at
Jruestltaf.Grove Hall. MIeN other sort. The day was delightful date of the Isauance of inch oertlHvatu ol the Issuance snob certificate. In the
uid'are ,
that Com"
given the cold comfort the ; 18th ; lltu" Pomona. ICtli;, In order to Aialte room for DC w good .
said
Richard Unless
Unlesssaid of Ex. ot Ort:
name
aud the run was made some 19 miles In the name ot B. O. Cole Eat
_ _Bllbert lira: nleae.\of\, Hun, Kdwln unearned portion or the year for 'Slsoo, 17thelaha; 18th; Nashua, I am !going to clone out all.myMENS' certificate shall ba redeemed according certificate shall batedeemed according to

tlberi' and visited Crescent .City up the creek Among those present, which they, bad paid would be. returned 19; Satsuma. Height, :20th\ ; Roseola, &HIRTEI.Ther .-' to 'law. tax: deed will Issue thereon on law tax: deed will Iwue. thereon on the

noe before-some 19 years ago> besides'! Mr. aud .Mr.. Pratt were and ,the statement, made :91st I I). tfl.Remeinberths. the 10th dayot April A. D.. 1902. 10th day of April A. D., 1009.

I Jar .A..J. Shiver Is'peuding a bou- Mesdames Sandorsoil Blssett Zollitnd.W.'DBenham that an effort would be made* to finda day and fall not to are la my way and must go. Witness my ofllalul signature and seal Witness my official signature and ,seal '
: and of A. I). this theasih day ol February A. D. 1009.: ',
: MUi
February ,
Spencer A good: Laundried Shirt for 25c.: this the 6th'- day !
for the line who-would 0. BULLARD -
jla of :week with1 his family. ..H e Is purchaser come out. JOSEPH PRICE.
[Swill)
and. Messrs. K. M..Whlte Luther A Little Itettcr for !J5e.: looa.r .
One
"tUtftb-milling. business In Jack" continue the service. Tax A. essor. eall ;JOSEPH PEIOE Clerk Circuit Court,Putnam Co., Florida..
_________ and Mr Bissett.Mr Shirts from 2;) to 3.)
Curtis Working
,nvllleand I,,' ,tAted that ,It i;* The Frultland, peninsula service. _es- c lark UU Ct. oC Putnam County Florida.

oly, M_question' "time- when.;.tliemlly and.Mrs. 8.'W. Good'ale of Detroit connecting'! 'Crescent; City, Huntington A PHYSICIAN WBIT_ This I. no old stock ,. -.. --- ..---.- ----- -. .- -- ---
will move to that city though Mich., are ,expected to- arriveIn I Como Pomona, Slsco Batauma "I am desirous of k knowing the profession but all fresh good -- -

It hope that,U will! be >he question Crescent City today for a two or' and Welakll.'w1th: Palatka, wa putIn : can obta4< Harbin In bulk for Mens' .Collars ad Neckties ::::= SOUTHERN RAILWAY i iIn c:::::;:=-
: ? It baa bean of
three-weeks"vlsit.'ftnd their- coming prescribing'
itiOlttIWe. last yea by Mr. S. A.Baker of purpose OODoootloo with Flo.lda'East Coash' aDd Plant 8nt.m. ,.
Hartford I"\ going to give pleasure to all older Sisco, whom a franchise wee duly great use to me In treating. cue" of die.pep.ia At your own price. Big stock to chose .
:Mr. K.Younirof brought .sae.**"a or
Eugene on by
over
of the Mr Qoodalewas from. : fall to come and sea TO ICEW YORK AND TRI'' l'otST: 1'OOiNCINNATI.tJRIC1AUO. IhUWEST.
: Cpn't
.
nna: who jpeot a portion of last resident place. granted\ to operate itt:' those. of the I work. .1 have never known It to fall In "
formerly deeply Interested in above towns which are Incorporated. restoring the organ nff ote gesper
Winter Lhot' LimIted
la town
here-I a"guest
again ,
this! town, but that was when he had No reason boa been assigned l by Mr. healthful aoftvlty." tOe per bottle at IIXPUU Deity 100117 .. UftSllli 1Jaa1l" .
r Orove 'Hall. With' him ii his Baker for throwing up hU franchise, Aekarman A- Stewart', Palatka and Crescent City J-'lu. ----- -
; many acres of .fine'bearing orange it -has been stated to the l.v S A."u"I"". It 10 i II .. Ms I 11) P Lv Itt Algnetin5.,....... 'T';;; I ID p,
of
fiend .theolty though
Mr. Frank II. Andrua Louada' drug store, Orescent City.
.
74&
tree. 'and uncertain health. Theprovidence JerltaouivltO. ... & 20 I' S""iii V tO II P
. 10. 'Mr.'Young ''land many News that he has said. the line paid ., Mavlniht.... lID pl iS aa p.llIIJ.. AC (.a i''liii pAr

___ _rUbda here" l1I.3t..'year.> and all were that' stripped In him ot hid 86' An per eft'ort..aa ennt on. the mad Investment.By the New DR.tI.C.WELCIIw1h ... : ;; :..1 ; :A II : :t : : :jwkannvlits..5:\: :::" :: : :..: :: : 1 t: p.
Crescent itthnon"Va..S
orange tree property! City .4 114 a II n p .I at p 7 'O'it
Blighted to.bav him/etum. to discover his reason for ahandment.At TREES ,
) alsG used 'the ellinate Of the.same ORANGE 18 a S CI s .. JO P S 011 a
|t.Mr. Hj H.'Coop r left I Isn't'; 'week for th'e PalAfrkk office \be New wa be a$ oil 'oOloe-- .In CRE80BNT "Jew y..I ..... ... III i00pIC5a ., n SOap .
town to'restoreto him his health and. Mr.-Baller but .. .
that
_ Hotn on the gulf coatt at'.whiotra :. ability to gather shekels In the north referred could!to not be reached., ,From K nttiman CITT on Thqrsdajs, :rriday and !ilAtUf'odays We Have. 'cm-AH Varlctlcj. 'Tbe, lralo.Soutbo.n"(0.11".1..1"Palm LIntl.ed". I.i Utoflitiill.for.goat. .stl........the..._t'Chicedo..."" ......StatIst".. 015,0' ..mr...Ine.North"This $oWthsrlWUaIiws3' eoIl4thvtish

___________ ha will *penO-K f.W"weeks' b... slut he .. so busy1. At.this work now unotHoutl oiirces," however,' It "wa of each week. Bud_ low n Sour or *WMOTMHM baa the heatdInio esr" servIce. Apply to,It.or, .OAI TJrket Y.Agent I"orl.'a torrneItvslinn I'np.ast..

to his old home in learned that the Platktiepartment. l. .
ore going PhUa- that he- giveS ;l1ttle.thought to' the Hoacte utmnm v iON1teystreJ4sk.soUvfit 1u 1//{
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..lphl$ for the summer. Mf. CtC place that' helped 'hlm'to-. feel) decided for tile i to reason Ihut that the they Peninsula had end not Office on Central Avenue. TrUoilaUJUsi __ ___ ___ _____ ._ .. _. _.

has been residing In Crescent pity They moved1w from here In 1808, been getting;anything out of It; that I i Qantr.l Uni. if Nunirj. Stick /NNiIfflNN NNNiN ;

antlnuonsly for nearly a year' and ,ak and Mrs. Ooodale hnn. not been''here they were willing to continue. the JOHN VINCENT D, a. B. sodded -... _II... -_ ;
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_ .lf and hl. ab .nce.. ta !fOln", to-'tieoled lnc& that '.' Mr:Onodale pent ...r&l_ at any time whenthaupay.. .. hnI..on. "
yea meats war made JIll per the original -bestklss' let M OrclMr4 *r Iardi.pftVlGNT _, Subscribe. for' Cb flews
,and fel'bT'Creacent! City two..( weeks her. In. ''March, 1898.. a"emenh.. ..". : H4tB UUTTINW lit! APPROVED 'ryt.Ss _*FAID. w. .

cpla an-muclvlf not. more than They sHH'own4 property hre' ,..and The nbuttTiiR off of the' "service ,nilLDaEtOsWoizlcAi.m'CrrtLTy: : _
_jrouki that of other, froin' th penlnul ''town' abovetnantlonmLwIll Tb.shop has fMwatly bean equipped with OATtioaii raas.THt ONE DOLLAR ''THB 'YEAR. ;; a
one > :
any person.it Ulna)" b. that sona.'time they will work hardship andBMMlarnflhalraoil othe OOIltCor1o.M7 ., siliiiNa IUTHEM OOXMnT. .:= .. \

., Cooper ba a wttyof gutting and c tio1ude' to ajrafa come.and camp great .... lir .,. f ..AcsPoavMt&.U.
; to many,and It la< t 9 bet hoped. U . .'t._ i.ptiglo"to; "..ry". 0054 whose with us. !Mr. Qoodale WM mayor. ot ..Tin way' may be. found whereby .....l* Ifs uaad ant uaMniara. are uarantaea. ( .VpN Nmwm1M _
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Teac1.er, iHNtldite A Sample Letter. Martin Griffin & Co

i'', : Superintendent Cottlngham. \ hiis The following is.. .a. sample of the $ City?; Ripenings, and $ The Very Low PricesWe ,

; ) Issue I a call for a. Pulnam( County ort of letters the New" has been re 1882-1902.

___ __ __ _; .' Teachers' I nut I tti to to be held In celvlng during the. past several : Personal l mention. quoted last week on SEASONABLE .

this city Saturday, March 2)th. Mr.Cottlngtiam weeks a -: sor- : Sts.
; has vlslted Ashevllle, N. C., March 17, 1902 DRESS GOODS seem to have been appreciated Cor.: 3L-33Q.oaa.. : : etia.: < .
: I hat he
stales
_ _ \ Publisher 1'alatka, News" : Mr. it. J. Murphy, and family visited if the responseof
can Judge by generous
we
DEALERS IN
all the schools In the comity and .ICncloHO: find one dollar... advance East Palatka last Sunday. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

_ M, I 4' that having found large number of Hcrlptloit to the News one : the people.
yenrYou )
Mrs. Lead
C. WlgK vlMlted, Lake City Sash, Dx>re, Blinds Paints Oils, Plows Plow FIxtures Cultivators,
.$ : the teachers in favor of such a gathering are. publishing! an excellent paper -
last, Sunday, returning. the next duy Here More of Them Iron, "'teol.' Barbed Wire, Smooth Wire,
which in credit
PI' to the
a city. are Hoea Bakes
1 IM what decided him to Issue Wire Netting Staples, Tin Roofing(. ()or- DrllU. eedera, Scythe,

1'1' ." the teachers call. In Ito the believes county nearly will be all present thek" Yours Donald, truly tills. Federal Mr. Geo.Point Wilkinson, was in,town the florist Monday yf Manilla Cord Fancy; Lawns, worth 121 cents, our price lie rugated Roofing Hooting NalU. Sower Tarred Pipe Roofing, Well( taper CurbDK Simthos, Potato Forks, Shovels. Spadut' ,

- ';is' to participate, in the dlBvusslous' .YV Luther CurtlnH; -a.. Crescent City Fancy Colored Batiste, worh 15 cents, our price . I2/C ( Chimney Flue.Cartrldgei'Sheils rick Axes, Saws, Cutlery, Mill hupillo|. ,
At Wade, Caps
Opera house 1'rlduy Night. Powdsr
full young man, paid PaliUkrt visit. las Col. Balmoral] Jnckonets worth 15 cts., our price 1272C
a
and In biN circular cull urges a The "Snow White Fancy Priiuura. Shot, Saw Handle Axe liau- Packing, Files, Pumps Babbit Metal,
.f''!'.V ; I ,! attendance In order that Putnam story Rdapt.e"In Saturday.Mrs. Fan!y Embroidered Dotted Swisses, worth 85 cents 22'/C: dies Rake Handles) Hoe Handles,
not show itself behind verse from Grimm's. fairy tale H. E. Stewart of Macon Ga l8c Bammtff Handles, File Handles) Stoves Plumbago Woodooware, Tinware. GranIteware -
county may by MIMe Isabella C. Jones, will be Solid Colored Organdies, worth 25 cents, our price . Ladders. Cash
Stove Furnishings, Btep
other counties In Institute work. Mr. was visiting in this city several day Lanterns and Burner,
. ,
1L 1 '" Cottlngliam states that Chairman J. presented Friday evening at the this week.. Heavy Welt Pique, worth 85 cents, our priqo: 25C Drawers.

? H. Merryday has promised attend, opera house for the benefit of the Congressman. Davis and daught..rreturnell We have 50 other really choice bargains In Remember we Curry' :
church. chl
: ,and that other membero of the county Presbyterian Eighteen K. Stoves and Ranges.IN .
to O.
Washington last Satur
Celebrated
The
t& dren will 'take part and there will bother
: board will be invited. Also that day ev.ning.Attorney New Spring' Goods
_ features of the promgram arranged .
c. there in a likelihood of the presence FITTING DEPARTMENT
by Mrs. T. B. Anderson. S. J. Hllburn Is in .Deal OUR STEAM
of Superintendent Sheats and Prof.
Some of the society folks have an on legal business. .}Ie will retllrn nrMall orders given prompt attention. LINE OF
%4t .<, i Pasco of the East Florida Military WE CAMBT A FULL
_ ) amusing number entitled, "Why I Friday morning. '

_____ ___ 1 t ;. School.The following Is the program of am not Married." It is expected. Mrs. Whitman and daughter, :Miss! Leo Jacot>son- Jips: Fl tt1c..ge: G'U. .ges,

I hat.a. )large audience will attend this Alice, of Nashua were visitors In .
; exercises! Palatka. Fla. -- :.EStc.: ::
entertainment. Admission 25 cents Vvee
1. Devotional Exercises at 0 a. m. ; the city one day last week. aWe

''l children, 15 cents. Mrs. Dr. FolHom of Lonoak Ark.; and Steam Fitting.
j : 2. Lesson from the Chart. -Miss : make a specialty of Sanitary Plumbing
----.--- Is In the city for the sniiHon and i Is o !tAO
_ 1j Lillie Anderson and her clncw.S. -n> ,
boarding with Mrs. S. E. Bond. FOR SALE I ---- -
hail Season -
Opening oC llano -
Spelling the Public Schools.:
_, i ':!' Mr.H. J. Hancock. The base ball season In Palatk Mr. Kirk M. White, one ot Crcs / 5 g, .:;e: A. E. WILSON, GEO. E. WELCH, T. B. MERRILL,
cent City's prominent men, .... n> POBtUDXHT. CABHIEH.
_ 'At' 4. Which should be taught first, will be opened at the base ball park was a visitor here last. Saturday.Mrs. :!young Improved Place' FrontingThe CD PfialDENT. Vice
t Decimal 1 or Common Fractions, tomorrow afternoon. at 2:80: when ..cII
c the and "Shorts" will Indulge M. W. Stewart formerly 'tIf St. Johns River .... THK Putnam National I Bank
_________:: ? nnd why?-Miss Llllle Johnson "Longs" this city but more recently of Jack 0. .
_________ : : 6. Explain or Illustrate the rule for In their first farce corned ROil villA, was among the visitor 11

_ 4 .... division of Common Fractions game of the season. To some of the here this week. Two Miles from Palatka. c.e t: COTQ Of ala.tlc.a..

_, 1 Mr. A. T. Browning. players it may be their )last game, Miss Georgia Johnson, principal of .
> ,6. Should 1 In Un- though the News trusts that none ot the Crescent City school. has been fIIj -
Algebra taught
_______ spending the past week in the city 'This property Is composed of 10 acres, l:7'l: r -. .... We solicit the accounts of the people throughout Putnam County, and tender all

_ ; 3 ,t:: I i!)' graded Morrison.l Schools?-Minn Minnie they them may may appear be killed to deserve outright t death.much. a8 vi"IUng'I'len?". .. more cultivation.or loss, ten acres of which Is under I:=' 30' the courtesies andsooommolationS' consistent with good Banking.

'&: Chief out with asubscrl Miss Nettle' Roberts, who taught '0' =
7. The Three Ends to be attained In Hagan ]
t \ the. public school at Lake, Margare The Improvement consists of a oomfortsbla ttj: fD n
_______W3 3f teaching.-Mr. A. C.Buddemler. Lion paper raising a fund to equip the past term, has returned. to her dwelling house of six rooms c;:) 01 0 (

_____ 8. The Three Principles in Teaching, the regular Palatka team. for its sea- home near this city. barn, flowing artesian well. good steam. r:=s r 2.
pt -Miss E. W. Dunn. son's work. It 1 is> to be hoped nil
________ ,, I The three-mnsted schooner' MaudM. boat; landing where river steamers may g:1:: t=
f 9. The Three Processes In Teaching. who can will contribute liberally to Dudley. Is In port loading with IL touch. Plenty of fruit such as Figs, Co' .. Barrels
: Prof. I. I. times. the fund, BO that Palatka can close cargo of cypren lumber from 'Vilson'smill Peaches, budded Persimmons of the -. empty Kerosene

10. TheThree methods of Instruction the season with honor as the firs! consigned to \northern dealers. j go _= CD

r .,, -Miss Ada Miller. club iu Florida., In- the presentstate v Mrs. Ethel Kirby who has" been Japanese. variety, and grnpas. : '
-, tb, 11. How to secure (rood( order. in the visiting at home of 1'ofttmiiHter D There Is also a good /steam oaue mill < en \A/eintecJ. '

l _' Hchool.-Miss Claudia ( reene. of a depraved public sentiment M. Kirby the past, several weeks left for making syrup. Place will be Bold [ C.
12. How shall the teacher her a champion ball team Is.. glory enough g.5cnCD
spend
f for her home Syracuse:! N. Y., las cheap For particulars) Inquire of Write theJUST
I VI\C tlou-MIII". Carrie. M. Ureene. for a city,while a "bum" team Is all Sunday. ..

_ St llemovnl of--Itemuliis.- abomination to any people. Pitlatk. Dr. G. C. EHtes has returned. from F. H. HAFER .c-t- 0 0..... CO MONKRIDQE MFC. CO., Palatka, Fla.
: has the material from which to construct a business and pleasure trip to Tain ,
,' k Mr. E. W. Clark of Sun Mateo has a champion team. All the pa and St. Petersburg.. Ills visit, WRIt tr.1: ;ri Qct

this week disinterred the bodies of boys need is BiibHtantlal oncpur out short. at by home.u telegram" urging his I Talatka, Flit c-I; III IIIn-_

s 5 Mrs. 'Juliana Chandler and Nathan .g..ment-they. will do the rest. presence 1 t-t 0'

l;. 5kt B. White from the cemetery at San The "Long" .and "Short" game 01 Mr. C. H. Guiltier, one of CresoenCity's ..CD =- -, --,- -

W Mateo, and shipped them to the tomorrow is simply, as the News underatands known prominent of the citizens, and well i Furniture en #"
as one
county's pioneer Oa0
S 4 Yr north, the former to Brooklyn, D. it, for the purpose of nwak citizens spent Monday In the city For FRESH WESTERN

_ _ 4t?; Y., and the latter to St. Louis, Mo. ening an interest in the real thing! shaking hands with friends. +\ Undertaking and }l !II ::; RECEIVEDNEW
'l -
The order for their disinterment ball playing by a contrast" with the The opening of Miss Kate L. ,) fI I 'ANDFLORIDA .

:,: iJ came from 'no less a person than ludicrous, and the price of admission Lucas' stock. of spring\ millinery las' Embalming. J CHOP OF J JLandrp.th's

_ : "Deacon" S. V.White, the celebrated has" been made merely nominal, and Friday and Saturday:! was an attrnc New Line of MEATS
S tion that drew and interested a I large have purchased the stock of the late
ft5' Wall street banker and broker. { I
ror the of purchasing" a case
purpose portion of Palatka's' fair population. W. O. Snow and will continue tbe busl. Spring Glrden.Seed
Mrs. Go to the.Pttlatka Market.
Chandler the mother of
tc wits City
5" of spavin lInament and providing .
James E. Lane of Flornhome WRIt8e..n DOS at tbe old stand on Lemon street. Shirt Waists .
? % Mrs. S. V. White, and N. B. White ; Wholesale and
.l carriages and stretchers to carry the ( Batch)
on the streets yesterday. .Ir An elegant line of new goods now on FOB
S j was the "deacon's" brother. wounded and disfigured. from the Lane Is one of the popular farmers of the way. Also THOS. HOLDEN, Prop.
_- ; Mrs. Chandler died at Salt Mateo grounds. the county nnd when he comes to Pa R. S. MOONEY Full Assortment ,

p ; June II, 1888 aged 85 years. She -. ...U.Meetliig .- latka he generally holds a contlnu ,SPRIHG PLANTING Sausage, Poultry, Bacon,
Summer
Pulutka Fla.
i reception.
4 waa a lady well known and highly!. of Farmers. Hams, Etc.

esteemed that community. The Farmers' Institute be held The Litdles Aid Society of the Hamburg and Swiss 433 Lemon St. Palatka Fla.
to ,
w NOTICE OK APPLICATION FOB ,
Methodist church held
a very pleasant Embroideries and
t. *4 Nathan B. White settled at San under the auspices of the state agricultural meeting on Tuesday afternoon of Tax Deed Under Section 8 cf Chapter At City Drug Store3Harry 'Phone IT.

: .Mateo!. Iu the early 70's and wall the college at Fry's opera house this week. lit; the home of Mrs. Jos 4888, Liwa of Florida Hosiery ,

't' founder of the once celebrated Roll- In this city next Saturday promise Messmer, Water street. A good attendance Notice Is hereby. given that F. Scbn Just received at L
aton and White's wliarf. He Is reported.Mr. Ruble, purchaser of Tax Certificate. E. Stewart.
grove to be a meeting full Interest to the
.4' ,f *Si k J h wan a lOan !generally kuowc and respected men. in Putnam county, who'mak John C. Tucker and family of No.1891 417 has, dated led.the...Id 6th certificate day of July In A D.. RAft J C.: Cuca: F.. C. CorsetsAMEK1CAN

.- S for many charitable acts. their: living by tilling the soil. Fort Gates route were for In the Miami city on Wednesday office and has made application for tax my PRESCRIPTIONSCAREFULLY sa a. k .
en at which
,i \ He: died at San Mateo- In February" It is hoped and expected that the place they will make their future deed to issue in accordance with law. BEAUTIES

pIt ...i 1887. attendance will be commensurate residence. ., and where Mr. Tucker. Paid certificate embraces the following boO''E c : I/) COMPOUNDED. .
S The' reason given by "Deacon" will in the rock business. described property situated In Putnam o r-- W. h....
with the Importance of the meeting engage JSo. .
1
County, Florida to wit: .O&CI thm la .n
t : White of New York for having the to the class it seeks to benefit.Dr. The government light house tender W. of E t of 8. E' i of fl. VT. J, Section ::: .- ON THE DEACII.s 'S51 .17).. 'endhap.
bodies removed is that the San Mateo Wistaria has been In this Range tl.U.i: :: c.J. Ocean House Hn... VIorldM.OpixMlta .
;1.Met > H. E. Stockbrldge will be present port this 11,Township. : ::10-10 acres" .. to At
Q S
__ is week. This boat bus charge of the The said. -land being assessed at the luO .>. ( Daytunu.) .... .....
cemetery being .
neglected.
to to the .1'7
direction >
give meeting, house work from CI f u.. Open 'the year. iutMtt.ooioM.Mi\ : >eraay
light the North date of the Issuance of such certificate e CI ....: end. .
.v.rvcorset
Mr. Clark states that those boO
i among and the' topics to be discussed have Carolina coast to Jupiter inlet together In the name of O. H. Warren. Unless 'g 0Q I,0 CHAS. KUPPERBUSCH Prop'r. te sold

; r who assisted him in taking up the been selected. wUh a view 'to the with all Inland waters between aid certificate shall be redeemed I/) :s eJOt'.tOtC8 0 >. ... s under _thI.S .
_ L remains. were two men who assisted greatest benefit to the farmers 01 those points.On according\ to law, tax deed will issue : 010u meet liberal

: at the burial. this section. There will be a question Sunday eyenlng last, three thereon on the :23rd day of April. A D.. "oC"" .>. O C' FOR SALE.An "W arrant. .,..
... ... ._ ... "Money
members were received. into the 1902.Witness o ... Ta-
box and any matters of interest l ... 8
New Police Judge. Baptist church by baptism. Notwithstanding my official signature and seal *** fuoded s>ft.r
__ W( to formers not on the list of topics u p the heavy rainstorm this the 19th. day ot UaroB. A. D., .o ,II) .celli ,Cl 2 ?: .. old established fruit and four whs*
Under the new city charter which' OCI /) ,
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c ,_w. will aro into effect with the new administration for discussion can be asked by questions the quite.a number fathered to witness 1902.[Seal: ) JOSEPH PRICE .! tIS 8 Q confectionery bull ness. Corner t".IIC oore.< I.
placed in this box. ceremony.! There are still others satiefacterx.
t" .r ; to elected next month! awaiting baptism. Clerk Ot. Ct. of Putnam County Florida.BRAINFOOD 'Ce-E! "'0 : : I not ,
In addition to the regular programIt stand No. 501 Lemon street.
.4'e I
the mayor will no longer be the municipal Q..8 tIS C illfin LooK for this .
Ward's :
L is now .learned that Hon. U. H. Harry organization of NONESBN8E.! Cl ::
_ r; magistrate with power to dlpo..e ,,- Qaltskill, president of the state fai. burnt-cork artists held the boards at Another ridiculous food fad l has been. 8 :CI:: .-."' : Address Postoffice box 252 Inald Trade of MarKon
$ 0' cereal
w: the house last
:
ofdrunks and disorderlies. That opera Thursday night
;
; branded the most competent authori ::I g O/f-I*
& association, will be present, and also A fair, sized audience greeted the by C : : ; Palatka Florida for. particulars and. on.boa.
# work will fall to the tot of a new ties. They have dlbpolled the silly notion 5 ,
it Is possible that Dr. Tallaferro, company. The show was good and >.c: 0 ::I H S b S Z
police court Judge who will hold the. that one kln-1 of food 1 Is needed for brain ::I ; itALAAzooCORSET
:: 6-1m
president of the Agricultural College everyone present expressed themselves another for muscles'. and still another for t.Oo e OoX: ,mar
8 r position by virtue of appointment of with the tJ)
__ .: S may be present.The pleased performance bones. A correct diet wt 1 not only flour.Ish tJ ; i: gCI = > CO.

the common council. The position Georgia Southern &: Florida Mr. Sidney T. Nelson, commission a partloular part of the body but It ,Q ? will not be in far will other Yet however Q Q >'0 Eggs for Hatching.
: a big thing so as Ry. authorize the committee in merchant-of Philadelphia, Pa., was sustain every part, e '0 Kalaraaaoo H Leh .
j :::
I the salary of the place is concerned, In the city this week. Mr. Nelson Is good your food may be lte-nutrt- "' '- '"' "e'" II) Barred ) Rock, no betteranywhere
charge of the Institute to announce making\ a tour of the state In the Interest ment Is destroyed by Indigestion or dyspepsia. "' :: Plymouth
k :/ 08---:1.
? aethiepaywillbebutiooperannum."iT4 a round trip rate of 9 cents per mil of his business. While here You must prepare for their appearance Jo- Q. : fl.ffit) per netting. Writeor FOR SALE BY

4 4 Its principal value to the Incumbent from all stations on that road from lie spent a portion of his time with or prevent their coming by .... CQ""Q-o.: .. call on CHAS. E.Palatk IIOVVTON Flit. THE 8; E. BOND COMPANY.
i will be the title of "Judge" by which to Palatka, and conductors his cousin, Mrs. N. .I. Tilghman. taking regular doses of Qreen's. August ,Q-t: :: i.4 t he will be known. There are three Hampton Father John O'Brien Flower, the favorite medicine of the Q 0 .
t are .authorized. to tell tickets from wee a loyal healthy. millions. A few doses aids dl-
,a candidates for the place, so far as the non-ticket stations. These rates to Irishman last Monday. He was the stlmulatM. the liver to healthy 2c 1'..B..II..... VitAe M.RlLUAOaG.
S a ) News baa only man in the city to decorate his gostlou ::: "' .: Q "
heard and they are E. EHaskeir :. : u"
train No.8 to Pa- action purifies the blood and makes you When it
apply only on going chest with In honor comes to
of
SS and E. Noble Calhoun green St You o ::: .2
at- and
latka and oil train No. 4 leaving Pa- Patrick and there In no danger of: feel houyaut vigorous. can get ,ggu.42For G. [mm x co.
t O. Qreen'i reliable remedies at
O.
i z. torneyi, and Justice of tbe Peace, C. "hanging men and for Dr. o.-
latka on Saturday, March 22. This women now Lounds' drug store Crescent. City Get .. ._ ,Q"EI ,
y I. Bowton. The who the that sort of 180.
man gets doing a thing, either. U. TABLE
t extremely. low rate should be the 3reen's Special Almanac. SUPPLIES
vote in the council will Fire Insurance:
majority pull means of inducing a general attend- Hon. Edwin Gilbert, head of the
1 the plum. great wire and Iron concern known to
Loral Pullman
...... ance of farmers along that line. Sleeper American and
:L as the (Gilbert; Bennett Manufacturing Leading Foreign We have an idea thai we can please!
S The Plant makes Charleston.The .
) cp Open Neet lug..Ll1 system no "peel..1rate. Company of Georgetown,
Conn.,was a visitor In Palatka low"" Plant System has a local Pullman. Sale. Companies. YOU, and not, at the seine time, unnecessarily -
: S The next regular) meeting of the .., Saturday. Mr. Gilbert has large sleeper leaving Jacksonville 8 p. m. deplete your exchequer.

) Woman's Fortnightly ,Club will beheld property interests at descent; City, dally, arriving Charleston. A ::40 .a. 11'.. In Palms, the beautiful Accident Insurance: '
ic\r\ I' S in the club room next Tuesday The Easter hop to be given by the And usually spends his winters which passengers can remain until 7 ::30 Japanese Fern lId Isp! Oeroniumn To'aupply
Oem City Guards will take place III there. excursion rates account
i e afternoon at 8 o'clock when the following a. m. Cheap : CaU"and Th. Travelers of
i Easter Hartford.
Ion. 'For further ...
Exposit particulars,
the March
: on Monday night
armory Surprise parties seem to be all the
M. 4 papers will be read, after: Lilies! Pansy plants with )
reservations, edit. apply to F. M. JOLLY.D. ,
Slst and the people of the city, nowadays. One of these Wholesome Edibles!
,
., young go pleasant
Life
which tea will be served and half Insurance
.
?. a especially those socially inclined, gatherings\ took place at the. home of P. A., Jacksonville.CCBXS many desirable! varieties. : u_ _____ _
.Si hour spent In social discussion r Mr.> and Mrs. JU. Robinson, on CAn- at the Palntka. 'Green:

., *L'' : J: '"Paldology," by Myrtle Paine PatteyAtlanta t anticipation.'re looking forward of to much the event pleasure with and tral, about Lemon:2O street.lll Monday attended night 1ra. A. E,BOMTfO Simpson.BHEUKiTIBX.509! Oralg St.. house near union depot The OH Reliable "Germania at moderate coot la our'!ambition hut'
) people
: T' Cla.; "Can Heredity be? young Knozvllle: Tenn., writ..'Jumoe 10. 189U: By Mr. C. B. Ufa. The store In
S : Neat canl-iuvltatlons have been la- and spent enjoyable! evening. play- ton. Life1' of, New York; literally filled wltbi.
s Modified ? by Helen Gardner, New "I hive beou trying the baths at Hot
sued. In the event of not having ng! games. Refresments were served Rood\ tlilngi.
re-
4 : .j" .5 York; "The Mother's ReKponsibil- and greatly. enjoyed. Iprtn'g, Ark., for "selatle rheumatism ,. .
ceieved one the News is authorized: but I get more relief from Ballard'eSnow Marine insurance:
ikf Ity, by Mary Harmon Weeks, Kansas to state that all friends of tbe com- Master Charles KnpperbUHch, the Liniment than"Sny medicine or GOOD TEA and COFFEE:!
: ., City, Mo. Invited to attend. Heston's 4-year-old) son of Charles Kupper- anything I have ever tried. Enclosed Learn to Write Well'for The Leadimg Companies.
', k f The increased attendance upon any> are busch, wrltesto Robert James that Und postoflloe order for 100. tend! GOOD BUTTER,,
orchestra has. been engaged to furnIsh -i while fishing on the beach at Sea- bottle Southern Cents.A _
S these meetings each week show therein me a large by Exprens. 35 All Claims
": 1 a growing interest being taken inthis music, and the announcement breeze the other' day he booked a Sold by Aokerman *. Stewart, falatka. small mxihanlrnt da/lae, PJ'omptlySettled. : Finest! of HAM and, hA CON. _
hark measuring six feet and by
four
of alone is of and Lounds', Crescent City.
this a guarantee a a PtofeMor Iu Heldleb.ni. Gn"nr. .
., inuk.
1"! line of work and study. It is inches. ,which he landed after a strug, the poonul .
IM""n"a 'Ptanald wrlur We
..lr. !10 deliver
.S ; .. S hoped that all women who can makeit successful gle. Some of our older local fish- FOB 8AI.K-Ono large mare mule, law Jayc goods*o any partof
Omoe. 28
: .4 ate T I' S S convenient will attend. Miss, Brooks has !gone\ to Rock wood, rman can now walk to the rear. bench cheap. for cnsn. AUUreua 81 Ii.KSTKH, and iCmddll'Od KducHUin: by l'fomlnenL con.Id.n... Front 8'P.LATJt#,. FLu the City. -

$j? S Ma. F. C. COCHRAHS:, Tenn., to spend a few weeks before and find a seat Urandln, Ha.t Am.ri, ,;*- Hens po.tpid nomlly us n.M.1 In Ji of" ;7o.nu
Fred Brantley, the IB-year old la rain or 5tU.nIps.. tts wt.eUo.
'4 Chairman.i returning to her home In Boston, Robert of Grandln. is.onof In 2H t latest.. phofrifrraphs of yourselfor wflmRn or rhlhJ; AlleOIa wanted 00 S.c man. .
,.. Brantley 26 cents. Postpaid part of U. aDd OONIUdUSIflL.Educatlonci. Salary lust arrived '
at
: Mass.. This young lady spent a large the county Jail owing to his InabUItT'to S. Send photograph to any from. : JL C. Stephen

: S Jurors fur Spring Court. portion of the winter in Palatka asa pub up a bond. of $:uo to keep the CHAS. UANDALI; !HTOCK: Co.copy< Allan Mfz. Co.

# r Sheriff Howell drew from the box guest at Mrs. H. A. Grays and HOme peace.to be The degenerate young man; others is said.by ta 0... IU S. th Sl..PmLADELPHlA PA F. A./Gerber & SonsFull

r ; ) on Monday the list of name of parties will be missed) by a large circle of he has "wheels In his head." At any say WANTED-Brig** men and wo- Kirby? and Morris Sts.

who wlU serve on the grand and 'riends. and everyone who was prlv.eged I ate.last Saturday:! he secured run men to represent UH In eairh county Hue. of.

J petit Juries for the spring term of the to know her. For the past cod started out to slay his brother and town In this state. Good pay f ."

I circuit court which will convene season. she figured prominently lit and bill sister-in-law. The gun was and steady employment to right Ouotlne Go-Carfs Art
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taken from him before he could do writes. SOUTH URN FruLiaHiNu Squares
S here on the 8th of A prll. Tbe follow social circles here and at the many any harm. He was arrested on com- I.U;<>.; Koom 2IS West BIdff. Jackson-' Ljtaochei.! FOR :SALE.

4 S; ing Is the list: Holmes Erwin, Qeo.W. entertainments in which she took plaint! of his father. ...ille, Kla. I 1GT.-- Etc.

L Mote, F. C. Cochraue Alex part her' rare musical accomplishments A special meeting! of the West End WEVAKT-MunJreUsof .Kent.; _a4 d ses SI Cabinet HardwareAnd Desirable reaidencu property

t t zLiV Qralnger, J. C. Tucker L. M. Bar- was the theme' of much flatertng lose (Ic. No. >, wan held at central everywhere, salarr and ,expenses to : .:.: sososse, ....-.:.. in Pdatlca, situated on the cor
ustlors.. If want to on road oa
- j5I: din, W. H. Italloway R. W. Vanes, comment. Our people trust station on Bled street last !Mon- you fro sa. net of River
write at -Southern Contract- and Sta.
one- podge
b Jos. Courier 8. T. Jenkins, John Q. hat this gifted youug lady will faor ,,- day was night only. .sit March: members\ 17th.. pre There ontl/' lug Co.us, Lake City.Fla. AjnpSPARKER. everything,.found. in a nt- two hundred feet square river, _

? I : Speck, K. Oatlln A. W. Craig, J. H. the city with, a visit again nest enough however,toconstltuteaquor WANTED-Men to'.lettfn bartx r ,,"- --....'_1. .....01, dug Furniture tots ,
tore. in
4i'W ; Jiaheu, E. O. Pancy. R. E. Brantley, winter. nm The purpose of the meetingwas rade... Oreat !demand for barbers" _w..I"1....to..........._...SblIS.J...._..... front Inquire of tlitf _
-I W. (. A Ivors, L. W. Farrell, Dan O. to elect new ottteers for the en- during! summer rust. ) Two months 11u.5..I.Sailus::. 55515Sa 1JIIOTSINOe1t _--.. I- -_. owner, Mrs. llallock\ Drake.
- S Look at tbe ulngye'ar, wiiicb was dome as fol- completes. Lantao days that achol
: .Drlacoll, John Raflerty, 8am Tilton lows B. E. Neck, foreman; J. D. rshlp, board, tool ,and tram.porta- DIYIC8 IU'O.co Funeral Directors' 183rd St.: and 8rd Ave. New _
_ 5 -I J.B. Strickland A. Crosby, R. H. Tray display the window IJ. T.ratierlln'i Buky, assistant foreman ; B. E. Son can bo "110.0.....' Fosltlous guar- !108 """'s S.... --. ..... Vork; or Henry Strunz

- : ______ t Browning, WM.. SaUoa Dave Beg. free with a fa store.shoe You purchase can get one .'nky; ,secretary( BenJ. I.Gay, trewr antsed. Write, Moler Barber Col- and Embalmers '. ra ,'F1aA __
; let4rl, Thomas Murray., r, l ef|>,New Orluansj JUwT :-

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