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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 27, 1902
Publication Date: -1902
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
 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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System ID: UF00087245:00012
 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. 12 PALATKA, FLORIDA, TIIU11SDAY, MAUUII 27, 1902. .' "-. ':Year: t


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'::11 EASTER ARRAY I 11 I ..t'.t'u





'; Fully prepared for the beautiful Spring and Summer Season, Fearnt k

t aids & Co greet you with an incomparably great gathering of Hen's and

4 Boys' Garmenture .


RbsolfeIy A me GreOfest Slock of momina [[Ever/ Under One! Roof in III Palalkn.


For the Easier .Trail we .are making ,I 'll'J' :'I.

+ Specially Attractive Prlcaa On all tt.
We are showing some swell things in

Tlannels $eres and aftinter Suhs ; s ,,


i"" Flannels Serges and other
; to These suits are the embodiment of all that pertalnsA. I ,;,; ;
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to.syle and excellence of finish. ,

1 In Men's Shoes ve need say but little. A SuitsIt :
1:1: Cool Stylish Summer

: We have me Besl $3 .50 8 Shoe Mode e M i I + ,


I': 'We. dre also; sofa gents for: JIanan- : S&oes.E y, J\llii\ /; is a custom we have acquiredto

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,( Straw apd} Felt Hats I ;give; our customers the best the

We have the leading styles for men and boys. No I

one should buy a Hat this spring without first seeing C market atfords.

'\ our offerings. :
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When It .comes f to NEW -


: Neckwear, LI I Well I I U Ulu erweur cud General Fumshlugs[ S, I EASTER HATSAll


c -.. .. ._we also lead the procession. STYLE


Fearnside & COe, n:= aisutira: ,. .

t .- the new styles in Felts including the celebrated ;

WOMAN WITH PURPLE IIAIR- GOINGS ON IN'.'LOIUDA.
: Restaurant. Mrs. James Kaiser, of Heinpatead,
[European -
L. I..wants $10, Contea, a Brooklyn hairdresser, be- In session in Jacksonville.
Furnished Roootns, I cause, fl, she claims, Mru. Coates I Jacksonville people will organise
turned her hair from gray to a Y. M. O. A. and try to be good.
(Hot apd ,Cold BathsROBERT' and consequently Hindu her an object HATS
STRAW
of rUllonlw. Mr*. Knln-er. says she O. W.Bishop,prominent physician
!o- 'AtJ .*. I wanted. to hide a gray streak In her of Sanford, is dead of consumption.
v black hair,"end that Mrs. COI tea Rev. L. B. Warren, Baptist of Macon -
guaranteed a certain lotion to do the Ua.f has accepted a call to Oco.lo.
;1AV(1S'SUoeeMOr ) ( work. Mrs. Kaiser alter she had Latest in and Yachts
Alpine
applied the application, went out for The stats t press anHooiatlnn Is in Shapes
a drive, and when she ;returned her session at Ponsacola. Uov. Jenulnirs .
( to Chan.KuppurUuNOtt) lair had turned a brilliant purple. will address the convention.Rev. .
IPAl.ATKA. M.OIIIUA. She w"sh..d It, but the more shewnahed J. O. Waldren, primitive t
(he'de per the purple le- Baptist preacher of Ft. McCoy, 70 .
cnine. Mme. C'oateu says the directions years of age., has. been stricken with
on the bottle were not followed. paral sU. GENUINE PANAMA HATS
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All that la, 'fl. ,. Bchloy.'Will make vtour of several Jail Work will begin on the this new week.Duval The county contractors -
.Newest In Millinery k i iv southern states In the flail. are the Pauly Jail BuildingCo. !
>i iMita The heirs at the late Senator Fair ., of Bt. Louis.
for the e !!It it t wla soon erect a magnificent hotel The South Florida Conference of Extra Full $6.00'
8PIIINO and SUMMER I
on the summit of Nob-Hill' Ban: Shapes
w lie A. M. E. church had Just ad-
ot 1003la ) Francisco to cost $2.0UUCOO.> turned at Bartow after deciding to ,
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now on exhibition at Marco Brngna, n merchant of con. meet next year in Palatka.
I : .j4.-w. win'ma' glderabln wealth, hn. been convictedat Dr. Joseph Y. Porter state health ._ d_
Hail Antonio, Tex., of receiving -
MILLINERY PARLOKS. $ officer states that the close quarai -
stolen mid 10 In
property given year
Third Street W 1 le season against Cuba will not bo
Our leleofIons were made : the ponicuntlary.with the lirnictin orifunizod wile_ gang connected put on this year until May let : EASTER NECKWEAR t
with are In the- northern ow> which has been pilfer intf. southwest The Apulachloolaand Chlpola river SHIRTS AND
markets. 9? Texan towns for some! years and *are higher than at any time slnuu
which van recently broken up. ]1887, and much damage IH i being doneto
.e..ee..eeee.e...] 'Upon the complaint of his allegad bridges farms, etc. 'ravel is You don't .I.til
blocked.
l.el.icllce.the ,
spring :feeling
,," eighth wife, formerly hire Mary A. 7P
Parker;of Plattubury Mo.\ Christian Temperance people In Alien un
I, Eggs for Matching.alllnrreil U. NelHou, Alias. Capt. Ar N.' Frei county are circulating; n petition to have few of the
: Pl.vm/utTRook"tJ" {> better laud, nllaa.John Andursi on,alias Nelson present to the county commissioners you gotten a new
nywherel .l. per nut. WrUq! Porter was arrested In Ban An- asking them to call a "wet" and
br oall on 'CHA8. tonio Tex., recently at A hotel whileIn "dry' election. r
E.now'l'ONl. a. company with his. dieted ninth N. Z. Walden, defaulting treasurer
whom wife formerly.he married Mrs.at AK.Fart!:Scott. Mllburn two of Liberty to five yearn county In.the has state been sentenced peniten-- B. & B. Red Line Brand Shirts.

weeks ago. tiary. He embeuled 1 $JllU.ttd: of the
The Steamer Mmiomlnee has sailed funds. '
county
@lr kI3 : for London, carrying W.40 )Montana While playing with matched, the W s are: Showir .g
ponies consigned E..Drury. little Itt-months old daughter of Seth

: Iri[( ) American the veteran among ponies pliiyera English ard of. In polo polo great In expert England demand -. which was Woodruff burned set fire of to to death.Orlando her clothes Ignited, and one she Everything New in Summer ....

this year Bud nears r every Atlantic
At RO YTOr'Bt Palat ..Fla., 'transport .hlp which'" Ball There Mrs 84 cares of leprosy In
.. from here carried f ft bunch of th... Florida according to investigations
sturdy little animals., made by the Marine Uo"pltahenlce Neckwear! Hosiery and Underwear
of the United Stetes and reported to ,
800 Acresof 'C0B aBoiAtidBnnMATi si, I the 1 senate by the Secretary of the 11'

)t.... A. E. Simpson,. COO Oralg St., Treasury. ; -. : -- _. _. I
Knolvllla Teno.. writ'a June' 1O-18H1) Representative W. H. Wilson of
[ land for sale !In Township .- '"I hnve been trying the baths at Hot Clay county has announced his. candidacy -
Springs, j rk., for sclatl, rheumatism for re-election to the legislature. Comfort's
9 S, Range :34: .g.. hut I got more relief from ..llard'. Mr. Wilson' name does not
'i medicine or appear among the list of dispensary
Snow Liniment than ear EASTER SHOES
advocates of the last session. Favorite.i
anything 1 Aav4 over tried. Enclosed I
PIt a ;Sacrifice.i dad |>QStofU German
; me a"large bottle by Southern Express." The imperlul training ship Hand Sewed,
K Ho d by Aolcanuan ft. Stewart, lalatka, will mil and arrive off New her' crew York of on naval April. ca- An exceptionally large Stock,of Haavy TurD
I'uck.land. balance among
Part I is and Lounds' Creseeot City.
dets will be the third son of Emperor:

adjoins, or near the :NOTICE, years William old.Prince The ship Adalbert..Is. marked He I I.out IB LOW QUARTER SHOES! :d TO"FOfq "

I famous Orchard Tract atFlorahome. Fir the purpose of\v,receiving tax For a long cruise In American watersand ,
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-' :New York society hope. to have
I will be 4k the following .
returns -
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the Kaiser's n.
opportunity to see son.
Address, named places as given below:Please THAT TemS
President Roosevelt la, decidedly
meet ma in person.EastFalatkwApril,22d. to ohanglngtln material LADIES .GENTS BOYS
opposttd any
F. H. HAFJGP San Ida- --
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way the arrangement of the Whl e .,
teov April'Kkl; Orange. tilllls. April house believing that it should Ie
'.U PALATJCA.SNOTITK FLA. iMthi; Federal Point,;, jApr 11 25th; preserved about its It Is now. Thu :... MISSES AND CHILDREN VDdlet' TaAOa MA.a. nt;,
/.MNA.
to present tendency i.In favor of making ,, .
Palatka April 8th, flub, )5rh, racy
; the White nous* a (residential' ON. [
or APPLICATION( FOB lbthv inolusite. establishment for the president locating P Kids and Ititiu' Corona goltklaAS aHoL.
Tax peal Under Suutloo 8 of Chapter Remember the day Brut t fall not to the official quarters elsewhere. e. Patent i\\ a raed'l.lt'1.8..a.
L.erEN qyu'ray
,,;;)l 48X8 Laws of Florida.. I Come out.: ,O.:F,,BCJLI ARD, Cupt. A C. Anderson and First 6WEOiALTIEt9 I .
r:"'Notloa !I.'horeby. given Miat Mrfl U. Tax Assessor. Lleu"-R. 8. Hooker of the marine
.'rattan'puroha..r of Tft.x C..tlO..I. _
stationed at the Brooklynnavy
KNia, dated the 8nl day of July. A. corps
Iti
I).;18Utfr\ haa Died said c.rlllcat( .'la.my '" local Pullman ;;tli4Jeper'toCharlesto > yard in .,the have, Phlllpulires.been. asalgned..to'duty Lieut. '
Jofflou.mod baa made application for tax:: II. Hooker will leave. behind hi. young r
deed to |teeue In ooortl/lDO/ $'vrah l law. The Plant System ha*. Mast Pullman wife formerly Miss Condlt-Hinith, ,
I Bald n.rtlHiwto.erabrnoo. tha followlnu leper' leaving Jtob-davllla 8 p. m. who was one of the legatloners Imprisoned iLMMETERSuccessor .
,'duonrlbwi rtr .Ituntod In PutnamOOUDV
prop Charleston ft:40 .. In at Peklu by the boxers.
dally, arriving a. 11' .
Florid., to wit: .
Anderson In command of
until T 2U) Capt. was
E
which' csa renala ; .
10 Towlra 8uU Dlv. Drs. passengers
I"1'8. J of Lot 1 board"the Ytsomltedurlug
... the guard on
ur lonj retx. acoouDtE..pottltloD. '
"m. Cheap"e
J,
i ton :inland- Seotlou 89 -Towiiehlp. ] For further. partloulars, the Spanish-American war.
"'.$Tb UKI.>oald ill-6 land acres.being ... _0114 at the nrrvnlkin. Mo.,apply' 1O'F. M. JOU.T, D:S ecl,an art dealer of Manila; :
dlt,of tb. Isauanoe of such oertlttont<< I>.P. A'.Jacksonville.WANTED ., has. protested against a duty of fX.OO
.lutftnnniueof 4.A.Wnltn"y. Onle-a..l-1 assessed 1 against a big war"' picture he .. ..
'. owtlRiMto.hali boo radeoiQMl. according -Men to Uwrn. barb. r I Itrade. brought from Manila on the last trip ., :JI: -.- \ .:lII- C>>:EII,. .. ....
.. barbers I of th,,-AmertcaMeru. The .. .
t! to |law, tat: deed will.tJ.tbertlOo l on thlp"h Great demand for : .. ::I. -
.' day of April. A. 1>. tUU'J.Wi.enmyomulel.Ig..eteresad.' during summer rush. Tw4 month I Icoroplet. which 'U en Immense canvas, is Haitiby 1<,- _, :" I
'.! l seal, .... Last 80 days that sohoU, the authorities until the duty .U.
'; tM 11O the afitb day of.February 0\.P. IWi .r.blp, board, tool.*.ana transporta,paid 01 the' government waives.the, .b... ,-. r.N'
;t.. 'ISooaII'] JOSEPH PUIOE.. right to collect It on the ground that ," .
I Jlerk pttauW OuOTt, rutaam Co.FmrWa. guar.nteed. '" the Philippines ar-American? ) pBastions. ""i r>
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...= u-, ------ ---- -- ._- '- -'- --- -- _. _.. -- ---_.--- --- +------ An Ordinance We Make Fine

WOMAN DEFENDS MAN. s'.. An Ordinance

L IlartingR is the main prop in the : EBTAnLISHllIO" UUIUCIP"L AND COURT J>IUWI IM>THE lliaTHaBBKOO. TO ritE aBDrC CITY or THE lAL"T"H.LAItY"OF TWitWA.wnoreas THE MAYOR. OJ Coneo'oS
IITV:! OF 1'AI.AfaA, baa boon
o'eft pr'tld.,1
City Mothers',! club. At. a recent moot i@2i9tTs STORIES J < council for the a trIal muul.'I"1 of'All el..n_ Cjalnel, ,tleoohlnaneeS who
Be It ordained' b, th*Mayor and clif' of the CIty which Eat
? somebody had "poured" and the mem mm,.'.iiy 01 PalsIke. iieveehoes70rofl'. from 511eV, u:; it wants-more.
WEEK S* ol'HHUIIOMTba a municipal; oaurl be and I"hereuv ... of the i4tale
FROM THE NEWS THE
) d tea and consumed a wafer each, $ OF 'Abll.041.,, U and for ii'..aald. cKy. ..ffalatta anot whereaS antilnorhied Che .1.1..1.004 .' .. "r the .
t $ ?.rlJa.' trial of all "'ff.Uue ShorkiC, nu of aald", cltyt Our Chocolates Bon
ordinance
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: ::t'1':; : eald clljrihejuilneof .i toteS mayor by amtDon ,
> ng" untied the pink ribbon that confined 1. fnalnnl tile mu anuimner ot _. ,it will a. adHltlonal es.penhlitureofmOnry '
meour and wb .uul.
.
elected by
Mldouurtnhitll' be 'Ibe supuinees| olSSS always
I : and rushed to the rescue of man. HOKNVi' 'IK: A OOJ.KKN Town 'munoll ol eald. city ea.'h Tear aa auon'. after. are pure
Wocmter.Ohlo: neneral&election. of ald' oilaa praotloable.who sail mualo.pl ,lbs unull
A baby wan born at soy ? cIty
,
is tendency in too households to : .. ,,. shell, be one y.r:and until .
a ol mtW
many term 0' :
!* : : a few day.. ago which Is not likelyto b''..............anall have been elected' and qu. snt etayornf. the hereafter 1',1."a the m.r"r nl the Ice Cream Ice Cream Sodaand
the father," she said. She followed require the. attendance of a dentistlnntedtittely 10.4. Any quelumcd: elector of.51,1 cIty. tWflt.en. stoic p..ka on,I-Tho'. shall 0500105 as tnt. eompelhsatine -
< a. it seemslroady to year ol l age, who ntta a good oioral' oil'of of One hindred ((5I.1t, ) D..UA"
that assertion that mothers are crowding child character. end. .oo"HI..at' to discharge auobdutlee Ibesum which. I h shall be paid other
had its. teeth flrfed. Tha more,
I have and no
omee.The
:' ) .to elecUon. to said annum .
'
eball be elKlble Pro-
\;' to the wall. :Mrs.. Hastings was of In the daughter of l>r. and Mrs. H. J. ludiie of aald oourt ahull receive, a aalarjrol g.q,,. ,tSSlSSSSJf" 'In sld"a city.'.1." 'Hot and 'Cold Drinks

:\ 'c ;:! that the "sex-equality" business had Hiillivnn. About four months before ,two. Hundred whlob, ahnll,dulliua: be|>errearaa ur eald hla: eomiieneallon. oliy: byuuthlY .. affect.. the salary' o.the p.a."oul""l, ,

% ; the stork visited the Sullivan home, Sal..J'Jud... may nonvene "I said ortea durIng I his prenetit .: FOR LADIES AND
over the dam, and that a halt should 1 be Mrs. Sullivan visited a dentist and or open said p..u.( munNrtpiU.court'nlneo'olock' a. 8KU.-lbataloiiat.oe: the and pIne ol of this GENTLEMEN
filled with .muuday. .xoepted. at the oily d.a.a."o"a.t. wIth pr.lelo.
had two of her front teeth m.of eauti' day .
t Children. welcome
> PM The ar
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chambers ot Mid. ally, or such ordinance j they
council .
Fob.lava.
gold. Dr. Sullivan was examining aI"I, Incth.pnrI.O.UOtIWtriI INuaed In open 'tnml"J day of a
saii
I be deal a y :
M may mm to enjoy
l BJlKKMiauMd
make but proposition his new daughter yesterday when hetilcovered all I oouip.alute agsilt.t5r ways Ie
anything a funny
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the Infant had two well- :person. or pcnions for, ,the:: tattoo 01 en, hld"alur Oull. -
f husband. You might as well front twth. He exainln- :: .uanceoronJlnauaeeof MM diy' .oduohcees all BL"CKWELL rk. Fine Cigar and Tobaccos.

;1 ; : up sympathy for a seasick person as for e developed I them cleanly and was even more "" "nal"shall hits. "ulnae tried', lu by a cold eumnmry' Judge,m or.. nnMIa p.r.emit -. [..iJI.. ..b..411 1..0.STEPS asyor lINK, L. A. SMITH.
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to find of sloknwi.' absence or oilier disabilityto .
surprised n large golden spot case
: ;: <: biped who ducks every time his wife on aah tooth- The spots proved to 'act of tbe muiiloipM: :: Judge. ,the mH/uroI aslu S -
i enitU appoint a onm potent' person to a**a* Just arrived at
: A I" be of gold.' It'". arranged in away city such. Judge,ami 0,5 maYor.h U have pomJeppJintsuijh
entirely slmllliir to that that was. artificially !- oompHiffut person to act place. FOR SALE. !
Mho is entitled to a throne in his .homo applied lie mother's teeth. 0' said Judge and, tile .pmM>,i.auapK>.ln. F.-l &
to bold wools court SonsFull
and sihutonty
/ lIe doesn't have to assort authority. It Dr. Sullivan says be never heard of aiulahaHba bav power.; vested With; Ilk* puw.r* of Mid An old fruit and

: : i to strike a Bowser attitude and; scare a made ttlmillar nne, although of birthmarks.! he has flluflttpltt sic.i-a//Iu"n I :: '; trts4 lu .alt court ..b'. establshe
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,a special study hall be ...|'u.lI.. .U of the .offenMa.. cbar.ed business. Corner line of
convulsions to prove that he is the ."e'a."e".b.U.' alonoe, be dlM.harRo.1. Liip.n.onsooithotcd confectioner ,

: : of the domestic establishment. It is a SEARCHING rome A BBIOBRev. pay all fln. ami,.costs ur aald a-eewnKl eourivhall......n.tortbwUh. them, I stand No. 501 'Lemon street. Go-Carfs Art
; Ueorg"W. Brbwnbrick, a Congregational ...dofniill. wberoof lucy .mair be oommllUMlIroirlUetl Squares
fitness and manhood. Very few women $ ministerlia.. left ReadIng : Ibat II aucb iiemou shall _. Address Postoffice box 252 ,

; ]) ? They, fove- s they did in the begin- P..., on an unusually odd errand coors within, th three.y .tbatl dafe"bo reli from. aee-i Jutlimant upon.u".It.'n.u" of. 'ilir
-to ,search for a wife. It IB Brown- bout, With......and umuleuteuitny, lu dmibl, Palatka Florida for particulars Cabinet HardwareAnd
; they'ara content to gra.t to their hus' back opinion that "no minister Is the aiiiouutot line.nd costa -.. affalu ,
? : ,successful In Ids .calling unless. he than.ooudltlon. .Ui apptmr" .bulor. the court to
the privileges and all the responsibilities time wblob, II,.cane,U apptiiUed.. and to abide by atom mar 6.10
baa a good helpmate.Home .
: \ to the position. Pick the man that ago he advertIsed lit a Chicago matrimonial "to$perform. -Theci the I JudgwDi.,rMuritciyooumll:'!nl thereof.wj. | hull be everything found in a firnt
I of the city mull. and eball keep a
for a wife and received the uteri
paper
sees in her dreams and you'll find /a docket uprmivhlcli' anall DeeiiUired. all ceuwwlrt class Furniture
2fiO With 10U lie exchanged Store.
anmver Ml in .aid, ouurtj. saia ducket Hball ehuw
1 : i who can't boss himself let alone a : his photograph, after which anuroprlnto" eni,.ilo. thereon, tbo..,.. of eachOUUHOJ Harness, Wagons
: with theni.lurei' .. theoponse.. the Judgment .
he began a "nlftlng process" -
crowded into the it is .. Oi flues and Costa,
gets background or the noun, tbu amount f *
t Uierexelt that lie selected seven who. treeailMificiioiiot the luJrimeiit. whvtber bypaymeutvrUIIBIIandtoeiewrooinitliial and -
the survival of the fittest. It. is better he l believed, "mean business." These .. or by Buggies Funeral Directors
be will visit.VosoMDKRm.BNKADHOFANTOFKAN.. ...rd..a or reiulMMluu of the city Judge. The
;' and better for posterity. docket ahall altvu' ehnw the name of the.. wit-' For Sale at close II. ,
u.._.vxamluuil. lu each,, ca...u.. tile data ofSiPosiZ prices. and Embalmers.
iiftmuivd. MERWIN, Lemon St. .
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( IHSl'EXSAKY 8YSTI 31. entered -*ttmines.ndomtashailbe. part. oftberevenueof
A very small man the City Mid city, and shall to
Willson the Christian hotel at Wnpakoneta, Ohio the the city, freaeurer of said city; by b-li't.: :
; : { in Wesleyan other ovenlugund began to write on oOtcer

I of 'January 20; M02) writes in a clear, the register. The landlord watched HKU 6-The. the clerk uppultue ball return court,and wlthlu Die tbreodaym withthanlurkof

; '\' 11cinl( manner of the terrible ruin him nil one line and begin on the the paiHre' lu all ....... appealed, and
next. He was about to Inform him h..IIAII endonteoit tbe warrant lu ouch" case
c South Carolina the
/ by dispensary ys- .. .. .
that be 'the uam. '" the wltiieea.aon bebaltof tbooltyMKUefr .
commend this article in its entirety to had plenty of writing!! paper -All .persons arrested the violationot .
when the stranger finished. Tide fir munIcipal' nilade,
any ordinance' or any
: would be led by the .sophistries the was what he wrote: "FrederickVonomderblenkauholfanstolan fleshIer committed,. within the. oily. llmllM,or vii Farmers Attention!
advocates. Only its length precludes' Buffalo Ibo pr..prrty| ot tUe cliy .."..Id. uf the limIts.
re ,
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: ball be immediately' eon lined In tbe' Jail orbouHOof
2 here, but to show the influences of the N. Y." detention and remain. Uiorelu uullldlioharff
4 : ..d or tried by the.city. court, uulena
: at leant! two directions the following ex RELIGIOUS POlICEMAN QUITS snub ...,...m. smelt give proper. security. for )1 ItI ,

I given : The conviction that one cannot be event thtjlr' apbearanee they. may be"before rttloaaetl. acid Tbtt court chief'In ot wblcli po I This ia. plowing time and you may need a new plow. We an |

liquor traffic here baa settled down lloe aud the ..diu... lu charge ot the 'Jalt orhoueeof
;: aa a. a policeman and 1 a consistent Christian take county agents for theOLIVER
detention small have autborUy to
of politics. 'This, too. Ii beon natural, has actuated Harry U. Emersonto from the .porv.u. arreated bonde or other' an-
be Increasingly, unfortunate. It need .resign from the West Springfield: curtly' for their. appearance.. before the court,
: <: to see that corruption must flow from a Mass., pollen department. Kniorsoi but no such boud or security. ebull ba Inc 1 Issaantotht CHILLED PLOWS.You
limn nve dollars, uor more than" two
;; ;: Bldu of the liquor trnfllc. lu a popular young" man of D.\ Kmerson hundred and Ilftyd.iilnra.Xti.1iLshall .. .
the liquor profits to education (Hea- had supposed that violations 01 $ be the duty of the chief of all know there's none better. We obr! have the Atlanta Steel
\ : the mark-eciling. drink to educate! the ) law and the existence of .police to report .totneoity. court every day at V 1low"
) liquor We the and the middle
direct from
clock' .. a.. all .r...... and ooinmlttaUi. that buy 'm.aufutu. can save you DaD' pr"Ceme i
: to entrenCh the dlM pnHarv. Half i a questionable resorts were due to tin may have been made during the prvoedlng day and tee or If you oan't do that u and let us glvej i'rie.
dollars reported, for education-not yet indifference or Incompetence of the/' and:: litglit.the namee ot the aocuBed,IbeoaenaaewlUi We are also, for Putnam for wr\ .
; und..rstand.al'pealll tremendously police. Ureat was hismirprlse. on ro-.. w bUh they ore cliaricedf, tbe names. of the alunt CUDtJ' .

: hustings. Instead of a few barroom men porting what he considered glarhig wltneatvee other. .In securIty the, respective. of those cnaee who,sod. may tine bondeaud nave PLflNET JUNIOR 'CJLTlV/flTQRS.(

: Interested the whole popula- Instances of transgression to find .been' reluaMHt. If soy there bo.HMJ .
l most of It;-Is so Interested. When they that no action taken and that -In at:)r .. where the partleaaocueed
was make work Men who whistle work I
them tan
They hasy. use they "e
have bond other
that the liquor traffic from been rnlt-aved upon' or aecurlty. TeD :
removing the the authorities appeared annoyed. It they tall to .W".'. the city court eballeuter the Celebrated IliON AGE everything In the '
Individuals financially Interested makes He was appolnted-a policeman year up Judgm,,mi upoii said' bonds orotharaenurlty CULTIVATOR
: : to fro! forward, tell them they are chang ago: Is prominent in the Methodist for hue full arooutM of the penalty, .
: and the clerk. hnll'1, at tine expiration.ftme Garden 'Tools.
tabooed to in of .
a man a man place church and an officer In toe /Hundayschool. day iron tho nuaRlon. ot uvb judgment
.a few hundred to many thousands ItMUo a fieri Incise' lo the chief' of po I Ieprlng
This be
to the best
I going year slneejthe 85 frepze. The man who plows Dili
these honored leaders. lice, who shall execute the same In manner
provided. liy, law, relative to the duties summer has better for Rood, profitable reaping lime I Ifull.
; l ,b : statements Dr. W. O Lovett. editor of I PROFIT IN Linn!: !: MAJKSTBI -- et BhorltYe. ,. of tba stints of iVIorldfi, In lerylugand Orauge (trover* .II b prosp; but.they will have to plow. We bol. !
I Berlin,. March' 2"-Cold weather, nmking Sale. uuder write. of execution or sell them tbe I&D .
Christian Advocate, adds the follow like prooetui.NEC. plows olltvatr ad the garden tool*- they are the .bowl
slackness of and times
work bad
I -The city oourt, shall have authority tuprmeerve named prosperity bracd.EENNERLY.
: : endorsement : generally have caused an epidemicof order and decorum, and eball be Invented .
J 1 lese majeste. The latest case is with the same poware to that end, by
., to the advocates of the dl
: pen- > One and Imprisonment are Incident to ooarie HARDWARE CO.
F ; that of a laboring man of Hamburg.
above.stong and clear statements from of record In the elate ot Florida.
Driven to despair by hunger he wentto Hko. lU_Uponoomplalntnaade by affidavit' to
: : It l Is the dispensary from the stand
a policeman" and denounced the ihe,judge; of said. court, by any: policeman, olnld PALATKA FLA. !
a South Carolina man who has seen .
city or other person that auy e.wbhhsald ,
marked its progress and grown kaiser. He was .taken into custodyand court has Jurisdiction: : to try and;
; the ruin It ban wrought. given three months'' Imprison determine,baa.been otmiinltled' within said oily
: : ; ment. He declared preferred this II", '.*or upon. any city property. ouialdaotaalUllralta. .
4 : ; are not medding In other men's matters said' munlclpiil', Judge may Issue hIs
side of the 'Old /fcjuvannuh! ,' Doctor. We means of obtaining free quartersiii warrant .lu 'the usual'form, making .U returnable
': t .. such re-lnfoicement to our posi. Jail; as his conscience would nut allow before bllo..'.. upon' the return. of thewarrant
him to commit an assault or with the accused, lb. said Judge sbail
people will see, we hope before It lit proceed to bear, fry and determine the causefortltwitb.
; the unwisdom of surrendering to the break wln.Jowil.SJNGULAR .or shall adjourn tbe ...... tu sums.
LT4"A I :. ." other day ol. bin' court. All such trials audpitMHMiutlotis 30TH YEAH OF PROSPEROUS BUSINESS
IOWA lt ,
MANCJE- shall 'be upon altldavlt, and warrant -
a*............,I. but It aball not.bo neootMsary
uld be
added to the above to strengthen The candidacy of A. B. Staclo. one k, I incurs. such warrant bofore making "arrest, ACKERMAN'

'. : it to the thinking people who of the leading young attorneys oDes where It shoull, Dot be convenient. or practicable & STEWART
are Moines Iowa. for county uttor- to do so,or where aa Immediate.. arrest

listen to reason. nayship, has. brought to light n the becomes pubhichnnlehesu.n_Mmry.la oixler, lo better promote ,

-- strange roman CLUUv01UEY.. same hpusa. with Steele and his olpal' Judge shall knao a docket book In Which .* Wholesale and Retail Druggists. *
: j charming-young wife Is her former he shall enter tbe ttt'e ot every case broughtbelore '
,
him, 'Ibe time the first prooese was Issued .
: throughout the.world are exercising husband, Frank U. Lockwood, who ., the service and return thereof, all adjourunienls .
: gave Hteele lucrative employment the time and manner ot the \trlsj, JUST RECEIVED
in educational and
LAlE
an way, partic orotber disposition of the the Fresh For a ritE
: I when lie was a strugiiHngyounglaw- case 'Judgment Garden Seed
- I sociological problems. In most of the Lock wood and Bteele became and eontenoe, lutludlng' thecoMta allowed, the L L\NDRIH' :
I yer. name.u.all wltnossrs
I sworn on the trial and send In colors.I1Dt..T JUlf
of ancient history i is giving way to fast friend during the early. months all. other proceedings, had by and before" him' 'lu your

which have a bearing upon' the lives of thelf bn-dnvss relations. ,and Steele: after sands cant.mnuerlng. and he Judgment.au shall elsa.. b.. name thereIn COUGH

and upon philanthropy and humani- was often a guest at the Lockwood u-AH mil* persons. tmprboned. la. the OUE,
1
_ : home. One day, to. hij horror he city Jail under sentence of the mu"lulpal."rl, 2 eents per bottlo. .'
( ) In speaking on this subject, Wm. 11. discovered that he was in love with or for failure 'to pay a flue may .beamployetj. ;; .
_ the York for Social Service by the direction of me mayor at .labor upon the ACKERMAN. STEWART. \
: JJew League his client's wife, and that she had .... .or public works ot the elty.He. ._ DRUCQ/STS.
f to have said recently: grown to love him with an overwhelming ,a 13-The municipal,,' Judge shall have -- -
; passion Together they power l tu pardon. or remit auy flue Imposed"]
; women are all right when1 they drop their b"i hihnhinwbolnorinpartwl.en' In his Judg for
decided Lockwood
:! l to confess to And ,
,. h inscriptions and customs of. the I raMnte cb pardon or remlsaloB" would be Just Headquaers
let him decide the future( fort'iemall.:: and. proper,or for the Interest of the city.
i get down to organized effort toward better-* : : : :
Lockwoud's surprise and anguish ttico 1*-The, municipal ,Judge .la hereby authorlaed .
of their fellow-men and women and empOwered by his' mandate. war FINE :
; knew bounds. LIQUORS
no For days-he shut -
.
the club women are particularly active in rant or other process directed' to the chief, of
_ .
himself iu his room with his grief. > lloe, or oibrr
up p police oniottra of said' shy, to ,
wock. It Is much easier to
( ] : move them When he emerged\ he had made up liave brought before. him irtbwiib' ,any personor .
southern men, and the south needs moving parmmscbarged uu oath with. a breach of
;; l i Industrial betterment. A woman who has I his mind to an act of heroism equal the city ordinances. and he Is authorised. to re.quire Such as the Famous Green
River
ling that of )tu klll. for
bead -SendIng by usual process known lo Court, meattendance
) of a southern club federation number.
J ) Steele, Ijockwood called him into his of witnesses. ., to administer' oaths. ,
20,01)0( ) women hit the nail on the head room with his wife and there told 'lo Inquire examine Into the truth or falsity' Rye, a Whiskey Without a head-,
of such .
t : charge; and to determine' from the evldenott
the feminine the couple that he would consent to the guilt or Innocence. ol the eocneed, ache Golden Wedding. Jed Clayton
; represents intelligence Ive up his beloved wife to the man and fll tbe |penalty Within' the limits, presorlb. .

I ; trlal and wealth concern of In the the state.state. in Almost represented every she admitted she loved better than el the. by same.the ordinances, of the olMT'' ,"d to enforce. Lord Baltimore Rye, Paul Jones Private -

him, to permit her to obtain a divorce Sm,. ti-k't'n......who may .be- subpoenaed
.iue relative of its head. Get hold of the "- -
4 ) without contesting, and tothrow lu bohalfof theolty' .'..ruuvtveaaoti oompensatlou Stock &c. ;
to the clubs; There may be southern aa proMod by ,law for wlluvas .la ,Jus.lice ,
;: I care a straw for labor problems; there no obstacles 11the' way of peace courts ot.h......of VlorldaVexowpt" -.
their marrlnce:; -but on one condition. they shell molve. no mlltiaica. Theolerk or said' '
..
i men who don't care a straw for their court ..b.1I1. . O.to West End Saloon
I The men will come along." That condition, li.. said wns that he ser.loesashs. ve Osyasoderlbaruic aa his compensation tba forsuch ,
sum
(the husband) be to
might permitted
: I : I __ of floe dollnrs per mom a.Hicn. .
_ t llyetunder the sama roof with the 16-fbatallui-iilnanoas' and .
: I desires to express the assurance -of its wife her-woa resigning to make, hap- 'dlnanoea, In oonulat: with the pr ef"ar.gr: J. W. '

; : r l
t ; Thataugust tribunal has sentenced the pathrtlo agreement and lu; baa been I"1."" (trEBM. .
: carried out to the letter. Attest President. of City. wunoii.Seal .
i postal thieves-Nely, Ullt.hl>one and J M.BLAOKWELL.. Clerk. -------
{ 10 each in : be SHU HAP KKWEB DOCTOKS- ( )
years penitentiary, Approved rob.tJnd luul L.O.STBPUEKS.n .
J < a fine of,:f50,101 on, the first named :Mrs. Jx>rtie Chapman, who shot Mayor. ,

( ) on each of the others. This one act of herself In the abdomen with suicidal\ '
Intent at her home at 111: Oak
'! : part of our little neighbor has. caused Buffalo N. Y., (m Feb. 8, will be street discharged ,,\ Ordinance PLANTSYSTEM

;! :: our mind-we are now willing to be,, from the Ueneral hospital, I TO PROVIDE TIMES FOB HOLDIXO atm .

the island and stay with them at )least us cured In a few days." The wound TIONHINTUICirTUFl-ALATKAFOa ROTtONor' ALL CITY OFFICIALS OF THE THE

j of our offlciar thieves have been dis was somewhat of the nature of that CITY OF VALATKA. FLOKIUA.B .
received by President McKinley, It ordained by the oily council and tine The Great nrooil. Car Line From FloridL
| Two conditions .we.,. In :Jol ira. Cliai- mayor of the city ol Palatkn, ,I'lor'' ','.'
( Hun,loxl-That the Bret Tueoday' alter tine
'- mans favor. She waa. healthy and CON1'tZCTIOIS
_ flrvt Mondazol April ol eacb ana, every year ? ? :
!I i Boise :.a of Carrie strong and the bullntwan of small shall' be general eleullon day ol saint city: Kw .
protege Nation Amivmo
;: j caliber. Dr. Roa*ell :Park who tb.eieIhnothi, city. ofdclala, Inr "' ''.'.city of CA 1..1 a.JtD" J .
/ in horse-whipping\ the mayor of<< To- formed the operation, did not per Palatka, whose election _''u....a.v>t. of theuuallrled TO1HJB K tT.}F Weehington u
i attempt elector, of said, city..a general ..- as 8oDraI r'iuii.wAT
threatens to the Savannah CoJi sad ITult-
; move on governor to extract the bullet. tlnna" which limes.oob.1".b..U be hold Ington.. T aa
; the Blanche I In sod. uy said oily as provided by ordinance
on warpath was .a proeN- *
.... .
Ui said ,
l CUITID COMPOCNDH VV ]f1U!: >I'V- YKAALLIAIL.TO
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She l I.85.years; old, unmarried, and Sso.__'rhatlt tine Unit regular moating of ,
: : is Cupid ha.. settled a kldnaptmrcase.. the city oua.1 ol aald' city after each general 8outh rn B'y via
_ betbeV'knowa, 'likely to stay so. Thomas Mock ter;a boss glass; blower, lection. o'd' elty a* ...lbs. *ald' city WestEast Loul.vlll & Naebrtlle Jeeup, Atlnt and Ctaltaioofa.
I council via .,
proceed 'lo .
| who Look city ornolale tITe
: ---- name to port, tit Y.. from ,
ol said elI wan**lactlon la rauulrvd lo o*by TUB' BaUo R'y via! Savannah Ou.ua.Ma.
?> : \\tJ b_ ritubiirn two years ago, belnga widower eald .aa""Under tblawaor ordlnano**of Ohio B. B. via aacA eWe
decided td take' h In. two little said' ....,. the event said oily Mobe. Montgomery

; ,41 i ] a little babyboy children to'rhefr. grandmother; in at tail aald to sloci Hrat such city nmotolsur.a.ol.boa\ Y'& Savannah and Ocpaii BteameblB fofew Y<.it

; : months more than two years. old. t'ltUbnrg.. His housekeeper; MISS they shell a'"r,' "ul.meeting day to ol day said until council auelfomolala TO' f U} Piaolpbla and Boston- vIa' MTlli Company... ,,'lb. and Bait.

_iI ; I brown eye that brim with joy Belle Van Catnp/wa. much attachedto been duly, .1_. THB v.D.b anij' Merbt Coot-
:; : .. ringI... bathed in] gold, them and broke down". .when they I ,el.8Tb..1] all ordinance with thin and of or. i .palm for Btmr I10e Trn.prUo

: { follows you around .. ,. kissed her good-by. Sh. followed to ordluauc be and. hereby.p..lo.O. this VIA BuJIBr.. _
g; J .. beside you near the rmarttift. : '" 4 the det-ot and ..."JI.-tb..fAtber'. : v/aii. .. 1'.aeajaopenf IbIs Slot day of Feb. I 8 itii Stewimtoliip. of tbe'Pecingciar 'kiceld.nt.iSisaiJto
t ; : prattle i I. the....H a tickefto Plftammipltked' up isli.A.nP..I_A..I. ..TIBK. ; To Key West I bhip.PrtTama West .&

c of aU glad notes on earth? '..' the: lltlla girl and ran' ttoiiie"!with, her. J. 5..Br4.ctwELrcI.rk 0.CaU.I } Key .Ha""D.t II_M'a wlt
: :... Mocklersent a twllaenianafter the I (Seall .D. The Plant System.
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y c | when little the baby.voiceof boy.slumber calls. ,V ,, -,' .child, but Misi Van Cam -declared.nil Appn>v drb.an41i I. L. .n fI'flhItIS.Mayor, I!Y UA j The 81ips Every Week bps,. Port Tampa ., "in.
would rather Mondays
han'mlrrender sod .
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: leave eacb Uttered. toy.. S Tbu..a. Saturday .
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_ !! i : : ; >your\'., trong looks arms with aleepyeyes weary falJ.;,,"''" t 1: amiealily b.r..S The.w..III.tf'r Kettlotl.. \ It hod'davvloned'reported Learn to Write Wel for .raises. ..5IWA5IH.a \I I Vi Bo. ta'Ad.Cl.. At_ and Plant BtlI line ft*

; ; ; own and faintly miiile*; thatJnstUwICarne.: ...hoa. .married Halllax, Hawkesbury pad Charlottetown.esnasims. .
Mock leutndMJH. .35 "
Van Caiitp. Now Cnt",
; : ; l his lIds* and quleU1., the b< nwk ; baa thej .children ''TE TOURIT 'flOUTs will 5, *" sale' throughout the
-per ,
to Drqaml&Dd'. ..sr..1. A small .. bv NOBTII.
away .'a"a. B8TEJUl. and SUTHEJtN !
ana bu baud 'E to all
; a too. a Prof *w.I a .I.be., 8TATE Floilda
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: :| } : all truublIugthougbtEoJl1gh.. ., .., 1lbiS'* iHfII!- .OA1- I.Wd.sya. .NORTH etpvr prvU.Rt f lofd- ADDuESSES -PABTtEft IN* TEl
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- *' '"* bf prominent College
; he kl. A12-nM nttis-old'chtld gndWlU. flberm.hl .
np plant a s : > of Oimtav, ana lueator ._ I In "hJ.nw amid Ce b $ "PPUrfwHa.llU.totm.tlo.for .
: :: pon your' lips at eight Brown a traveling saleaman.of I)envrr.Ool .. America. sent p".le n..I. ,receipt .at advertising J.U.. .

--- ] ; humbly bow yonr knee' "", wa. tHtBrmttrri, tn by, In sofa or : wb.lbsP fwZan.! Ifo.Uo s toKaes. Sleeping Oar Rotation. te., M OD or write U

_ ;( 1 year heart ia thankful pri y.f', I largo. ;cat,...wht .h;Inhaled the in.hiwsL. an4enmeeeci.n Wolnait we l$ wankeem .. M. J..LLY0 .,.vieioPasegog Agen" '

y : : | .r., n b r/ar th.nhe -- b_tn,.wl' ''ll.lt.,.tmly4nir< / In 13'et Pay Sc&Astor BIO a .
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v v.. ,? I _, is a millionaire. '. a carriage In thr.bock 'y rd;' of JBducation i .Mtg. Co.'U$4tl.IUlLVE&rUZ \ DEUA. ,,8 W.W.PS

$) .-ualeItoivli'ews. ,; JJrowD'a .Id.aoe.. 1.'. ; *,r*, Sprited"SY.Oao& "j!.f.-p., : .

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THE CRESCENT CITY NEWS. Ifew Spring1 Goods 1



Wf ARI SHOWING Big Line of Metis' and Boys' Hats, rj ,

Big Line of Hens' and Boys' Pants. ;

r rtl"a In ClMmnent Clly mtrlnir to .uborlbv Mr. U. I... Chaniberllu made n .y and built up- a lnrgeand pro.po. .- A HIIMO Hull C'liulleiiKo.Tho Big Line of Mens'! and Boys Neckwear. ;
far tlila fi > 'wlawlnir to rui i* The first really flueBtvel nang"s '
tb lr aubiMwIptloiM I'a: r:tfco,muv Iwiiv* tliolrBIUM business trip to Pnlatka" on Monday.Mrs. .. OU9 business which far uislnureo Y'.
and uionur..>tb Mr. K. O. "hound ntttaaiHMtoRtav yearly until he became a Inndlng Ct'eHCfiit City Juniors hereby evor lu slnnk In Crvsaeut Clly Biff Line of Laundried Shirts for Hen. ;,
wb.o In oar auth..I.ad .KOBR80RNT >. A. B. Apploby ha 'Opened a merchant of the east count. With u chalJ..nlany\ I'lilntUa, Junior bttsa For $!I3.00.
658 yards Embroidery and Lace.
private school at bet home for such business hot confined to Daytona.! ball club whose members range\ innge We will snll you as good a range
\ btwFuii' 12 and 10 )'enlll. to a, *<>- as will buy. Beautiful Line of Pearl Dress
CITV TBMPBHHTnBBWEJtK FOR THE of the young people whose parents but renchlug out to all the III IKhbor. money Buttons.
EN HI NO M-UlUUlSf. IV >>.-E. U. his Uburiil rles of frloiully contests, one gamn tnb
L1AM8, OBftKUVBU. WIl"1Inx. desire- them to continue the studies Ing methods vllliigoH of! advertising through nnd making played Pitlathii, one' In Crescent Fine Display of Allover Embroideries..

!\... Mill.r. for Interrupted by the closing of the public trade tributary to our city which h.ld City, ami the third, in cnse of II tie, SJOVf8. 500? yards::! of Georgia Cotton 'Plaids.Theso .
March.IB. 1.. K..P.'... l>.v..T .U uaB W Us, school. Mrs. Appleby lias had heretofore to' Jacksonville iinj to ba determined bv IOHH of coin. .....
gone
HlUIIKlaf M 18 70 other (Jltl..... Falling health again Any communications looking to nn We are a few of tlio very latest arrivals In NEW SPRING GOODS for Men,
several ai teacher have'them In all Blues and
experience a
8 M years
70 H4 411I> this be
111. Bunilny takes Mr. Hill the acceptance of vhnllenge may Womoit and Children just received at the store of
... from home of his
IT. M ., \
.Vu"iaayI el IMI 47 89 choice and he loaves"us most regretfully to tho S burner automatic blue
9. WoaooHllnjT.( !69 47 '" South Carolina, and that she has i bub a' higher 'altitude- And or Egbert! Hulcliinsnn/, secretary,
.. llnme at '1H 00. J. W.ORESCENT
\j). Tin'..".., 1\1I i M 68 Crescent; City Florida. MILLER
WI. .rl..... .IM! T1 OJ U 011 consented to assume- charge of a dryer climate seem to bo imperatively ,
... required by his physical condi The above challenge has been sjntto
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--.- -- -,,- -- ------ prlviite school our town la pleasing
'. - '--' -- to parents' generally. The |News tion. Wo shall part wil.li Mr. Hill\ 'the News with the request to pub 1Mse Sleel GultiVQtOfS 01 $$4.25.Don't OITW : : Fl.-A.
and his with -- -- --
family frrent
regret.
; lish.
1 fools that !Mrs. Apple is doing a Fort'inatnly they will relnnln sonin .The News cini state positively overlook them They -
1 ptrsona.1It"\ .$odal.'Mr. great public service. months longer when we shall bid that the Crescent City team Is composed ore a Rive-away at tha pilve..Some NEW SPRING STOCK Of

them God speed in their new home of school lads whose ages ncruully -
Mr. James Malcolm and hlscharm- I DE: '
where'ere l It may be." rangt) between the ngesmimed. GOODS

and Mrs. B. H. Williams,. and ing daulo\'hterrIIi18 Sadie, of Jericho The above announcement<< ofthe They ore among the young Due Ims'W k.

Mrs. W. D. Williams *ill leave, for r.onff Inland terminated their vlsrt collapse of Mr. Hill's health will gentlemen of the town, and play JUST OPENED AT

f New York !early, next week. here last Monday when they started not fall upon our readers with the gentlemanly, ball, and lii courting the 600 yards of edging narrow C. L. CHAMBERUN'Q.We
inodliim
and wide
goods at
via. at .
for !
St..Augustine
tlielr.home ,
fl'shmi full force of but/lie; matches outlined lit the above clmllenfte
jfe Bros. 150 unpre'paredness. -
t The Snunders Cfltiglit prlaoa ranging from lOo lo 25o
which will couple Invite the lodlus to oxitmlnii our Btook before
place purohaalng elaewhere
they stop a Mew
Friday evening, and .on Saturday: shock Is ther, nevertheless, nnd t.trlk"8' they desire friendly sport forsports' PIT yard, that have never boxnequullvd Stork fit Summer Ham Just prilved for Men and Jlnye.

I offered them for sale on the at.reets.Mr..J.J' ef days before resuming; the Journey A cord '01 sympathy in thebr..n. sake, In these parts. for finality How about com j Hnmlltou-firown. Bhooa? They wear like Iron. Every
; pair.dualtin
% north. With them"'Went Mr. ::11 nJ.NJlughtyalso t of every citizen of Crescent ..' .. and price, we are also In tflml. llemeniher wo are tinadqunrturs for tho famous Buckskin Dreaohes.
Horton, Mrs. Williams of the same Long morilpt nf Invoice of soma speol- lit nod entire
City whose privilege it was to live WOMEN AND JEWELS. Thciy weiir, give satisfaction.
M and little Miss Majorle Williams are ally nlao White Ooooda that you
Island village. Mr. Malcolm and here when J..R. Hill was one of the Jewels can'ly,. flowers man-that is will nnd attractive, 'Groceries are Always Fresh, and Prices Lowest.
If the week In St. AuguHtine.f bcen'comlnp to .. ,
upending his daughter have ; leaders In lle' business tnd social the order of a woman's" iroferi'nuc *
', Messrs. W. 1) Campbell mid J. C?. (JreHCentCity >for several sensjns < Jewels form a magnet of mighty power C. L. ClIAMnEKLIN, Crnsoent City, Flo.Let's .
; life of this he later to be
place as got
to the average woman. Kven that We 8MII Ify M ke
mild Oll ,
been thelr- annualvlslta
have sporting and always
are
jGrlmsley -
have
Inpaytona.; 'HIs friends here greatest of all jewels, health, la of Inn
'[//attacks. of ellckenpox during the I tookod forward to with pleasure by long known of his decline in health, ruined In the strenuous efforts to make Come to

J past week. townspeople and hotel' guests; fcllke. but they have hoped that or save the money to purchase tht m. Our sotla counter speclully at- an Understanding
Pratt"leave for Mr. Dunghty who came wlt'i 'them recovery It a woman will, risk her health to ''got u tract!ve If the warm wealhor
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. '
was possible without the sacrifice coveted then lat. her fortify lier-. holds.
I/their home Jn Milton, Vt., today this winter, spent! hla first season in that gem
he hal been forced to make of salt against tho tuslduous consequenauaof
much. to the regret of all) Crescent Crescent City and he seemed so 'well borne and business. That he hns decided coughs colds and bronchial affections: 1 fornili s WM If we can on this subject.

J City people. pleased with our people and the to make ,the sacrifice, and, by the regular use of Dr. Bosi-hee'a O..rniiiu -
have clhnnte tlmt lie has promised to come make Syrup. It will promptly arrest Then we will sell you some shoes this spring. Do want
Mr. and Mrs. Batcheldor, who It without unneocegimry delay you
$ onnsiimptlon la Its early stages and heal Live to et always fin I our food
HY' >eu. guests at CreHcenB Inn: the pant again.Hon.. constitutes the hopeful sign In his the affuoted lungs" and bronchial tubes department tho most attractive, good stylish shoe?, that fit ami wear well, at a low price,

ii,,10 days left for their northern home James B. Howe of Brooklyn, case, and the News along with Ills and drive the dread\ dlsenso from the plane, and tlioso who oat to live, 'V'V"e "We-nt STou. to

f last Monday...' New/York/ arrived 'here on. Monday losts of old friends in these parts not system.' It fa not a cure-all but It la 8 the most economical ooe to buy Understand

Mrs Fred AndeWon will-entertain for a brief stay. ;From here hei I goes i only hope but confidently expect: certain ronehlal cure troubles.for coughs I'ou own colds get and Dr.all O. goods We have got 'em right here. Men, Women and

the Ladle Aid Society of the Prem to Inke- county to look after his' interests to see him on his feet again, and O Green's reliable. remedies at I/ounds' Everything seems just a little better Children, look for the lied Seal.

& terlan church home on Fil- In the kaolin mlnel'of that once on his feet I be will not long remain Drug Store, OresoentOlty. Out Otven's

by clay afternoon. Etcher section./ Mr. Howe states that It had In the background In I\bulilnealll Special. Alainnao. than comes from elsewhere. IDorn/t: ::: GoS77'a,37> to ZB\a.3r
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Miss Clara Wallace nu littraotlve been Ills purpose to spend aomei: considerable and social way. Mr. Hill /Still has COMO. Until you price our Clothing and Dry Goods.. Ours Is asafo place to deal.COH .
time In Crescent City this nteresta.. in Crescent City and It Isthought Tfie C, H. Preston Co
/ lady of WhetilluHT, W. Va. Is The tableaux anil Ice cream nnd ,
young that the illness of Mrs. nS TlfcL Shoe
winter but that he may come here for a :l\/.1a.tl.:: :
spending Borne time in tlie cltv, a things given hy the Sunshine Hocletv Ornsonnt! City, Flor ,la. ..
Howe 'who has been confined to 'her short rest. His friends hope so. on Thursday evenlnir of last week

.S guest at Grove Hall. room by cataract/ formations 'on'ber --- WHS thoroughly enjoyed. Jenny-

'_ MB, G: "W, Carpenter! of Port Ches. eyes, hat prevented., He hopes noxt Lots of Orange Uloonm. son's "Dream of Fair Wom,,"" WHS
r'N..Y., in B'pendlnff the! week at and taken to HluHtrufce nnd the stage b,,- ARE ANY
down
winter to be able to come One only needs to take, a trip and decoraUed
profusely tiwtlfully
, i\Orove\ Hall and every one In the! make a long stay: Mr..Howe retired through the larger orange 'groves la ng, the Hueue waa beautiful nnd

&city is delighted. to greet him again.If ., from bill t position 'as Register of and about Crescent City to> beJonia the lady illustrator*, In theIr approrlate -

]iTlie'' mild'' form I ot chicken po* Kings county,,iN. Y., last January satisfied that the coming seasons > cnstuinnH, did themselves. GROVE HALL.For YOU HEAD

Lfvvhlch ban been epidemic in Orescent It[ will be remembered tlmt when ho fives promise of n return to our old treat order credit.of their Thona.appearance taking part, were, lifhe .

JClty the pant 'Jew weeks! has now became a candidate for this office he lme prosperity, Many of the groves as follows: Miss Pliebu Carsen, 'Mrs. DEAF ? NOISES?

-well-nigh exhausted: Itself. Very pledged the people that he would do are absolutely heavy with bloom, O. B. Uobln on, Mrs. A. W. Under excellence of location thin popular Htitelunexoiillod.

'fetr children have esciiped.sji1 ils utmost to make it salaried! wood, Miss Jennie Palmer Miss Susie .
a position and while It Is Impossible to predict Carson, Mrs. L.A. Hart Mrs. J. II .- Fnim II* broad rerun do himairntflueiit ALL CASES OF:
The present week marks the' close Instead of the fee system 'then the size of the coming season H. MUs Buck. Mrs. B. N. vlewaure. Imd In till d I root Ion N,

''of the lenten season. The solemn In vogue and by which, the incum- crop from this show of flower the Dradt B..bersl read the poem and the de(>oru- II tovoi'lonkn, beautiful. Craiicont Lnku. on one DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING
nlJe and lnk S
charuilntf tell
the
|,.ervlce of Oood Friday will be cele- bent of the office got an average 'of Sews bellevelU'm..kes a conservative :ors were Messrs. Gates, McNau, II '.11 quiet homelike place it, on alwa e oilier well ,ARE NOW CURABLE

Kbrtedat! the Episcopal .church in .76,01.0" year in fees. He took the estimate -when it places 11 extlaU' Williams' and Isom, Illod with KtteHtM who enjoy tho rent wblrliUiltt ,

it-h.; morning and on Hunday:! inornIrg jOHltlon that the'Register should be crop, of fruit from Crescent Miss Carrie W. Carter arrived charming titty ultlinlH.HUNTINCI. by our new invention. Only those born deaf are incurable

following comes the joyous paId a. fair salary but that the profits City at'from 10,000 ,to 12,01)0 boxes nst from the north nnd wns on Wednesday heartily wel of -. -glSHlNU. DIOYCLINQ.MAUXIPICBNT HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY.

laster. of the office should go into 'the pub- I Many of the trees are a third larger weeki er father WHS expected UOLF LINKS r. A. WERMAM: OP BALTIMORE SAYS

fc: Mr. and Mrs. 8. W; Goodale of Dettrolt 110 treasury The people" had confidence linn last year and thousands of to arrive early this week. Two b'ouka from the hol.... UNO of Lli'hroe DALTIMORH Md., Mnrcll 30. ''1'''.
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fffittrtmenf-tlclnB mi1 .1.1'! d.e! ,
... entirely Ih.nkelo your treatntent X will now give you
Mich., after a plea all t visit\ of In him' and that 'confide nee them that bore little If.any fruit last Mr. O. C Moore mid Viola of Ciim- t.oH.nHH.. a full imtory of my.cane, lo ha lined at your(Ifttcrrtioii.
W with old return ios not been misplaced for Mr. season will be laden this fall. Last bridge SprlngH, P..., were in Como 1'011I00001'011. November. ,Int. About five In J.a... HKO my right. ear bcgnu to.in.,, and thU kept on 1I.1I1"II..orae. until 11 lort
week, friendsvwill, Every room hua been ououplod during the toy liearliiK' enr entirely.I '
JTnorth 'for a. Howe has been as good as his word. years crop amounted to more than on Friday on a short visit.Mr. underwent a t rent' men, t for catnrrti, lor three month*, without ntiymtcctM, coiiRtiltcdn" num.
JTprobably'stoppln and
today pant vo luaxnn thotie who
deMlre ao* ber of phyviclniii, ,
ttinotiip otlierti the moot eminent enr pecmliHt' of thin city who lohl""me that
> :: :
at Albany abolishing the fee system hetrouble to look over the Midi. who have been spending the the proprlutor then fcmut, but the, It en Hug MI the afTectcsl enr would be ,lout forever,
rO.0. Beach" groves
:
all Sav.
funilly of Caj> vlnltlng I then nnwyonr advert me men t accldeiiiully In a New Vorlc "p.iper. and ordered your treat
and making the office of Register a It Is easy to believe that the eomlng winter nt Mb. Uora, have been ment.After' I hud lined It only n few :tliiyM i: Hccorxliiiff:I to your directionn.. the uoi e cenwd, and,
l'Dual\Oa. Mr. aud Mrs. Uelknap at Como. to-duy, after five week, my hearing In UIL diHeniwd' ear HIM been entirely' restored. I thunk you
'.,. Among n'lhts salaried one. From the fees of the crop will be fully four times as (treat William C. Norton bcattily aiiil bee to remain Very truly yours,
arrivals at ,
Saturday office during but incumbency Mr. The McCormlck A Hubbs trees R.." J. K. Ford, pastor of the M. F. A. WURMAN, 130 e. Broadway, Baltimore. Md. -
'brove Hull by steamer OrescentJWere S. (Church lectured before the Chnutauqua Orci*treatment flow has given to the city of Brooklyn which! bud little if any fruitlast year
at Mt. Dom' on Friday evening
: John ConnellsTlIle"Donk, St. Louis; Mrs.' Miss W. 1 *\n equestrian statute of Wanliqgton are blooming generously this, and of Inst week on' "Wit and Hu Crescent City Fla. 1I.BSSfajrYOU i CAM CURE YOURSELF AT HOME a::SM|

J:, Neff, nd Mr..Pa.nnd.; Mrs. and the same la now' being he large trees are capable of bearIng mor." Mr. Ford Is billed for another, INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC, 596 LA SALLE AVE., CHICAGO, ILL.
Whltet Plttsburgf, closes.
before the
eoture sonson
: designed.. Prior to hla election to at least two boxes., They have ThlR comfortnbleMm.
B. Kent of Philadelphia.. The en- the office of Register" Mr. Howe from 150(1 to 1801) large trees. The Bunshlne !Society'! wns Invited CRESCENT INN 1100011. nnw IIn""r -- -
'Mre will spend at least a> week of tb. IIInlllllllllol" ul
party afternoon
the Tuesday
: ervetl two terms in Congress. He J. W. Miller has trees to spend ...
.here.tfra.. \ Capt, 8,000 of this week at All View Cottage and ;J.C. Cook nnd MM K. C. Wnl. both ofahautauiiitiH
'lays be- Is now through. with the turmoil capable of bearing fruit. Last year accepted, and doubtless hud a good N. Y.. where. they 1m ve hiul
'!.- Colby of Jamestown N* Y., of public life. te shipped 72<) boxes. The larger time. many your'* of exporluiiae In oatorlnic to the

Vho has been a guest oCrIIcentInn; ._ .. ...a oomfort of vlMltom. to the' celubmted LakeChniitntuitia
Tens both on his home place and on The Epworth Lfiiffue( met Buntlnv Atwtombly.
for, soveral! .weeksl'Rst.Ji 1\8 mads up Mr Icenhour. Iietlr H.Mr. the old Burton A Harrison groves evening nt th. M. K. Church Mlslennle \ ll The houtio linn been thorotiKhly renoviited

er ndiid to prolong bar stay. In: this J. A. Icenhour for Palmer leading. will .
I many years are now laden with bloom, and ii ny and allbnl a moHt pleaii'uit home for

ielnlty Indefinitely, and hM leour- superintendent of the extensive one who harbors any doubt as to our Everybody, almost. Ims been out wlutur viHttora, Tho Uible In auppllod with .

d \.Ward- :with MUs Turner, )near grove property of Me lrs. McCorek estimate of his crop will have that fishing these dllYllt': that ID those who "known lie' boHt on the application.CttKSCElVT market. nflordH. Kitten made. :f

ouver-where IIb8 can try the buneclal I Hubb8 & 00. located at this could get up y enough in the bn0t of Ut
doubt dispelled by looking through, CITY, KLA.Lonnd's order to rlvlhGonwai irth* *> lirf* profit* ofH f.t'
morning to catch biilt. Iddlwnm.w bv* dsrldd to now Mil dlrtxt to th*Coniumcr *irPapalar .
fleota of'the pine woods. I place and In Orange countyt has tendered t)(!in groves tbls week: It Is safe to say Brd of WhlsH Will Clinr* B* l i than whuloui* prlrv*
Mr. A. B. Williams, of New PhlloItlphla 14 BEAUTIFUL PRIZES FRfF WTfi!
and his resignation the' same to
t Mrs. H. A. Carll: daughter ,
hat; he will have from 8,000 to 8,500 .
Louisville his
O. left for on
,
rs,Bitch, are spending' the weokatBt. take effect May 1st., and tile resignation >oxes. way homu Wednesday, mnld the Drug Store r ta.r l.l7wIii"Tr4UKMfMLV: VBKB t. of th.

'AugTlBtlnewhither they went has been accepted. This' Information 'The big Williams grove Is also regretful farewell of the whole _. vnfMa.antrthMr nlcbinnt cWaUhtitniajIc.isMUilrit
.nd.nd Mt a nuln.Aw.rfru. ro ronn*.nO cut. b" IlimkMper 01rth
tMt':' "rldfcy.i Mr. ''DareCarllVwho was furnished tho News a pretty sight, and will be a heavy cOIDlh un I ty. Crescent City ,do**not tarnish nd wilt 1st**llMlrna. t ntr*finm Ylnn L MMTaln 11
*>MMrwhMum rifw IloM r,1 f nnln H<
iad .jkk l ualcb btw.l pair pwl ulf button* 1 ball top oI| r button. 1 nwk-
ulih Beaoh Joined hl ,-mothor and the senior member of tha above linn of Chos. Morrow and M. II, White in behalf of the Laku Como Dffers visitors aad citizens a bolder, I iwlr button*. 1 douhl*ehtln ntl on* bs uUful fh rtn
11 Jawtlry hMllr Ilk r>ld pl l d. Alt HIM*14 nlMM with*nbnx of ooimotuCuhinRpMlBt
bl"t",Pa 'St-Aagu.tlri '-On'BAturdfty.pA of owners. Jlefore lenvlug Crescent and a dozen or more growers' in that Good Will Circle P. S. S. **nd on*quart hnttlnf oar f Miina*10 yawr old QUMHtt
Complete line of *<*l til>nM ainnii4hai hrniBht fnr |rl than 91910. W* Mil Ui
11 will return 'Crescent! City tol 21ty the editor made an effort to see section. Crescent City will soon be Resolved: That In the death of WfSfunlnstlnn, whit* WMikvw

l morrow. tfr.loenhour to learn tils plans for on its feet again. Hiss Dency K. Rockwell our community MkforhnUTn| Our WhUfcry i i"I.t
lost and Toilet *n.VbaMlaUIr P r to jMrald By**nd our 4-ttr**MU| *dbn dUM -
hns ahlning constant Articles
Miss of Springfield Maus., the futur, but lalled 'In his efforts .1. a > |Ms>HKn. ,n d lnonrownr rVirT Th MclRBrr f rht-U rlh
Spencer example of thu crltUl.in virtue* *nrUi In v*w MdverilMd Ufnr* W fl*>r *1**th*n *d*M4 nniaxtC
I'who hail been spending the winter From a gentleman well acquainted School Site Accepted.Tho and our "Sunshine Jiranch, a member f An KxtTPrmlt>(Botintr.rnn Pocks>tkiiirwltlltwobUdi. I prV.
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with Mrs. F.. B. Crotty," expects, to with Mm, howover,. it was learned ladles of the V. I. A. have accepted ever constant! and faithful In good And Druggist :Sundries PH.. LUH ot mil uiuiiriHQ cuunot.JUponllbl..OHH. o, aai
1'loave for her hometodny In that Mr. Icenhour haa'rscelved a the properly of Mr. D. A. works and kind thoughts throughout

', with Mr; and Mrs. O. A. Pratt.company Miss I tattering? offer elsewhere, in the Latta.of Orlffln, 0...,, and will purchase a long life.Bo -- A.t Moderate Prices. __ c ___, u ,_ ____ __, ;

f, Bl>e cer hit* made very many friends event of his acceptance of which he for the purpoHe of a new\ school Swan AND PHASIC IN TAMil: The large part of OIK stank NOTICE OP! APPLICATION FOB NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB

'during, her stay, her*,. and .the; hope will remove from this place. HaIBS building the halt block owned by M.... O. Peterson 625 Lako St., Topeka la of recent arrival Tax Deed Under Section 8 ot Chapter Tax Deed Under 8 oUon.8 of Chapter

generally'ezpressed that she will' however a growing property of kfr. Lntta next south of the Episcopal Kan., spaaktn : of Bullard's Uure. 4 ttH, Laws of Florida. 4888, Law of Florida.

118' bill own here, and mar conclude to church. 'The location Is an ideal bound l Srrup says: "It has never full Wn have lately been appointed Agent Notice la hereby given that W. 0.Town- Notice la hereby given that W. O.
fe'.eome among us again. and1 hie' kttentlon ed to give entire .natlsfactlon and of all or the Ainerlona Bicycle Company, and lend A Co., purchaser of Tax Certificate Townaend, purchaser of Tax OrtlnoAta
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Mm. M. B, JUwnott.and son, Mr. stay give' closely one for sohooi purpose cough rerr edlas It IB. my favorite and I If your mtod la oa wheels (not wheels in No. 1031.: dated the 4th day of July. A.D.. No. 793, dated the 6th day of July A. ]>.,
8 Dave Bl sett of Uairrodsburg. Ky.;, f;o its building up.Mr.lceuhour Mr. Latta has made the association must conf.s.. to m-' many friends that. l> your ho d. mlml you) come and let us 18'JU, ha* Hied Bald oertinoale In my 1891, baa Hied Bald certificate In my oflloe.
,, has, .lived In Crescent a price on the lot!which shows that wilt do and has done, what Is nlaimwl' how you what we can do for you. offloa. anil baa mada application for tax and has made application for tax deed

f'who have spent the eason here at City for' mnnyv years and la arentl Ia. has not lost Interest in Crescent for It-tq Ip..edllyelltlt aoonghora cold ; deed to Inaue In accordance wIth law. to Issue In accordance with law. Bald
the home of M rs. F. 8. Crotty, have' and It Is so ftweet and pleasing in taata." Sali. certlllcate embrooea. the following certificate/ embra"ea the following described
..man of recognized: abilityin, 21 'In fact it ba said 1 tlmt h
e
ty may bottle at Acker ..t8LeWart'8.
60o and man
gone home via Palatka luid St,Augustlna. ilOo $11'1' EASTERe'eOF described property altuated la Putnam property situated In Putnam
.. Mrs.,Bisaett said she expected : the; management orange proper- las made a most liberal donation' to Palatka aort Lounds" drug Ooimtjr Florida, to wit : County.: Florida! to wits
les., Should he- decide to go from the' town ha lived In so long for the tore Crescent City. Franola Richard Lot, Sootlon40, TownBhl I Int. In Francis Richard Ort Section
to; etiira I to Crescent City again{ next ERINOS. 40 Township 13, Bange :30-530 acres.
211 1UOO
our city hla departure. will caune purpose of a better public school. |> 13, Bange acres.Theeald
,winter a piece of news which will general regret. The ladies, as the Newt tated Inat BAN ON'Lt.HBITBOBK;; CltEEHHPr. land being awiegaed. at the Bald land being assessed at the date
.be pleasing to: alt thoie of our people ( Our this date of the laauanoe of 8u'h, curlllloato: of the Issuance of such oertlfleate In th*
M K, Allen health ofHuers of offerings consist
For the present tha McCormlck week have'undertaken a ;
whose fortune It has beea to 'big Job. crnnadengalnat year In the name of B. O. Colo Est. Unlflsnaald name of Ex. ot Blchavd Ort. Uuless said
good > Louisville, Ky., begun
Hubba" properties, 'which consist of But their organisation Is well equiped llmburger rjon} cheese. Allen of an Unusually Attractive oerlllloate\hull be rede..medLcoord.: oortlflcate shall be redeemed according to

tneet, this plearfant lady about 70 acres of ,\well advanced .and > for the work, the members have any food that smells na strong lIa3'11tJu.t Display of Inn to law, tu deed will Issue thereon on law, tax deed will Issue thereon on the

',,! Tha I 11Od14i8 of th&VT I. one of their open meetings In be has Issued an order Hint' TRIMMED and UNTRIMMED HATS my onivlal ulunatura and seal i Witness my official signature and seal
of Mr. James McCormlck .and they deserve success In. the ihS cheese, ana must not be sold. The thin the 25th day of February A. IX, Ihls the25th day of February, A. D. 1003.
the hall laak Monday afternoon; the
with Mr. Lundberg as foreman: undertaking.Let have 190\1.\ [Seal] JO8EPU PRICE.
same being fairly well attended 'by .. ... every cltlaen help some. German meeting.eitlxensi held an Indignation And Other things suitable [Seal] JOSEPH PBIOE Cleric Circuit Court,Putnam(Jo., Florida.,
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lena bers and friends. Mrs. Frank Mr. J. K. Hill'* Retirement., ... .. ----. for the Spring Season. Uerk; Ut. Ct. of Putnam County, Florida.

autler read a paper entitled a "Ti Iptirough Thai Announcement comes from The Postponed neclt l. A l'aT8I ulI Warms."I When you start out to make .- ,- - ..

Mammouth Cave," by Miss Doytona that Mr. J. R. Hill,formerly Owing to the .evere'.torm of last am doalrous of knowing If the profession
of Daytona and Mr Mr II.allc !. recital can obtain Borblna In bulk for your Easter purchases = RAILWAY \
ones .of this placeha* ''been forced :Friday night the of Mrs. Josephine purposes! It has been. of t= SOUTHERN = '
prescribing self interest should
read one on "Child study hy through falling health to sell out his Bunker which had been announced great use to me to treating oases. of rila- la connection with.Florida East. Coaet and Plant Brstem. ', !,.,

m. J- .Warren, ,of Grtren Cove In".eet.'lo (hat'thriving city.' In to take place at the.V..i; A. pepsla brought on by ('>roesa<>s or over- impel you to see the '. 1,
TO :NEW VOllK AND THE HAST T OUWINNATICUlt1.Luo.an J \ the WEST.L.vBtnirurllna. '
prings.L 'Tl>" papers. were. 'listenedwfjth .speaking ,of, tha retirement of Mr.Jml ball that evening for th ;;'benefit of work. I have never known It to'fall 10reetot"ng ottering of ;
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tha ..!affmted to tholrhmttbful Hiilinr.lmfd Jxp'ao"' .h't'n .. ""I. )1.
grant Interest,, the fl.1IfaX: J'.ournal.of Daytona the V. T. ..A.was postponed 'until organs S. SHAW Llmlt..1 oHmoex I'l'.t' (
activity.BOo per Bottle- at Mrs B. :: ;
''Mr. ''and Mri, wm. :Engley: and lays! Monday evening the Slat inst"":' next Ackerman A Stewart's Falatka anjUounds' HX 'tlll Dallv !L -Hun -

Crescent .Jty. Fla. II 10 a 30 tll" Lv HU Auffaftrlne. ,. .. III.J 10 P
aughtur.MiiwlWiruUia, 0! Attleboro, "Mnny of the readers of tha Journal Monday night. drug store. Crescent City.DR. I> '
.. ..... :II' S &\ II inH .. JllObHOHVUlQAr sna .
.t..ok..vl"" I'
nss.,.>* irmlnated'a: p4eanant visit will be surprised to seetha an- The proceeds of the entertainment. I .. ttnvannutiJLr ..'.. .. 490o'ia'a t'III R6 *l uft ?.mili4Vtllu, ::.:..': 8 (' HHJa UH. I"

ere on Friday, 'a4t'ben' they; nounaement th'. number >tha1""RftOth.ltI"nj'sale-of Mr. .J.: '. B.HW of. will ba devoted to the funrt now being H.' C. WELCH Htoltnir, >,n<*.. Va.Unltlmftro. .:. .: ; ::,: : 0 : p p ... Cliiulniitl.'. ..... .. II 1 :Wli > ;111II:\\1 p: ," ,

tarted on tho horn Journey which rained for a now school building, Reliable : Garden 'SeedSaraaWrtr .. II" 8 lfI! 11 SI p iNitmfb.. :, ., ( p40p
slora property,..Inoltfdlng'thegi ... ,. a 00 .
tila I I Mami P".b"
''oontBiupUted stops it Ht. Angustlni,
..swhBonVlHe .fiavi\nti..h,, and the will regret the fact knowing |liatIt lot only feel It a duty but a pleasure' CITY oil Thuradays, Tridaya and..Saturdays Th' Soutlwm'a Palm I Llmllwl"Mr Boat nn fnr NnMBwwit aoll.VtnriilHh
will result la the 101,*-of'1\Ir. Hill attend and swell tba : train*. Plnrat tntln* In owriitloiu I KlrHl-oliuM norvlra nn lliitr: ln The, o thnmlUllwuy
rlwtoa, .ExposUlon. Mr.and bo thereby receipts. of each; weeki PLANTING. _i ......
and family as 'ClMHfens. To 'oumelf .:SOUTHERN UM the haul Ulnlos car ervlo.. Apply to n' Tli-k A .nt.rYRU. '
lm, Engley left here on .the ..launchlpruy nnd norrru other of his friends thesala1 The News can prouilsa then ---- U If.. OAHYft Ion FlorlUHr liijrg Pr'_

which,they chartered 'to. takptltem has been known for. ome 'nlontlhs, that the entertainment'will pay: 200eenta Office on Central' Avenue*, A oompUO and frrah Mock llona __
.' C.bb.11' C as far1 as Palutka and acooinpnnyin0 hen & -announeement of the : on th. dollar.In pleasurev ,to Bvrmiid* poloo. romaloM and '" '
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transfer of 11118 In!!.. '-and >prdverty' U all kind of for-fanUa and .. -\tJ. ::.,
them ort tills .'M the* say nothing 'of the satisfaction .de .. "i""W" w.
-J-ld no> surprlae.' -Mr.-Hill bus been a JOHN VINCENT D. Q. B l 'ld alw y k d.OW4.tr W 'i'

__I.l-t: 'we-reo Mr.nd-MI'II.; deo. $. prominent cltUnn IJi church and t 1.>usnesat rived from the contribution tq a ... rm_Tto .mto 3T. OUT'; ;

orae. Mrtu" F."S. Crutty", ,Mrs.. F< &(. [ a leading membar of tha OonJgregotlonal I worthy cause.-'Mrsi. .; Bunker will., reel Him urrrriro- in APPROVED STYL'rt; .ATuwoa .a... ,,11ISUbsrlb 'toi4 Che, mW$>

:rayson and children,Mra. K. I ...Waterunsn ( church.and 'l>rMld..nt of to eight numbers, and the!!!. will. oRrLDftfura' wdnc::A n?KCI turnThanhopha THE tXCCLSIOR SCEO FAR Ml,. .
the board of trat o. and Jba* held tha be, interspersed 'with vocal .and Instrumental raoently bcNm equlppwl with !;
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: Successful Institute. Fortnightly Club Meeting., The. "".\( meeting. of th. "Paim-., ta< I Martin Griffin & Co

The Fnrmor's Institute ,...1,1, at I The thirteenth regular meeting of Woman.. Park homo AKHisilntlon": 'will IshelI BomOin3[ in Newesl Yillite Goods QM oier 8 ring Dress[ ,,
I Fry's Opera HOUND. last "Saturday" i the Woman's Fortnightly Club was. at the of Mm.\ Boyd 'tomorrow -

________ ,, i;;I proved both In point a most of numbers successful, and meeting IntorMt 21st.held lln The the room club looked room 1"rillftY"March Mnusuiilly at- o'clock. (Friday) afternoon at four WO(llsI1 Moters oM Jusl w ell n rno st 1 Nee M. S 1882-1902.'

which centered in the really trative as several very nice new pictures Wild orange trees along many of I 00:1! Ler.x:1.on: :: Q- .. a.t J: Sts.
: able addresses.. There WAX an attendance adorned the walls. the side streets In the city are bloomIng Few have sufficient 1-ornmand of language to know when to keep still; : .
of fully lOll) 'farmer from various i The usual amount of business. was. profusely but they won't last nor in all probability. arl w,. among them. Nevertheless, there are occasions WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. DEALERS IN
part of the county, men whominterest -i transacted; arising vote of thankswas long-the kids have them "spotted". > when to preserve III ,rNe.would: be censurable and this Is. one of them.
L : Indicated that they were for I extended to Miss M"" Orgor for already. By a lucky turn, sotneauwji unusual values have come our way and we flash, Djors. Blinds, Paints, Oils. Lead flows,' Plow FIxtures Cultivate....

progressive from the methods BS distinguish that haveheretofore il I a beautiful water color paluthlKi also Mr.\ and Mrs. Wm. Couyer are rejoicing want to spread the, good news widely and quickly. Interested Iron, Steel Barbed Wire. Umiknt.iwlrft, Cor-, Drills eedora, hoes Rakes
: primitive ways to Mrs.\ Cochrane hol. over the arrival of'n bran new Kvery woman known about the; prem-nt furor for, white and colored wire NettlnK. Staple.Tin lCIIDIf, ; iicy "',
clmracterixed agricultural land and Mrs. J. H. Haughton for wash Indeed Is tile demand, that a dearth. of certain Tarred, Roonllil Paper,
goods. so unprecedented rugnted
Booting/ Fork
work III of Florida. baby girl at their home on Lemon curb Suuthea, Potato 8, Shovels, Bpadm
: If the speeches many parts' did pictures.The .street.. The stork visited them last lines IH believed to be Imminent. lu thai light read these. o If eras ; Booting Nalls. Sewer l'lps Well ,
they
_ L 0' eeemel, to arouse a feeling anything that the was in literary charge of program Mrs\ MacUrngor.Pnpcra \ followed and. Sunday morning. Fancy Embroidered Dotted Swisses, worth 35 cents :324CHeavy : lag, Chllnne. Hheii Flue..., Powder Wade Caps Pick Axes, .Saws'. Cutlery, MCartrldg. iu huptUiw,

,: possibilities of Florida soil were JUHI were read on tbe following There will bo both morning and White Welt Pique, worth 35 cents, our price 35C Primers. Shot, Saw Hand I.... Axe Handle Packing, Files, Pumps, Babbit Mettl,
beginning be found
to out, and that topics evening service at the Baptist Hoe Handles, .
_ : j the application of modern method Cuba and Porto Rico( ; Geographical church next Sunday. In the even Toil de Nord Ginghams (fast colors) worth 12c . IIC Hammer*, :Bake Handles Handles File Handles, Plumbago Woodenware, Tinware, 0......

r $ ; would bring, to the business before of farming situation, climate, vegetationand ing there will be several received Into White Silk :Madras\ Cloth worth 50c .'. . . . 40C Stove Furnishings, Step Stoves,1: Lantern S and Burners
a suc-cess never thought of. : re..ourc.-MIKII. lirannen. The the church by baptism. iteware, !
Prof. II. K. Stockbrldge made< twcaddresses. Inhabitants. occupations, customs. When Fancy Mayflower\ Batiste worth 15 cents, our price I24C: Drawers. .
,
showing
about the.professor There. are that two do not tblcfrt-fall and religions.-Mrs. Holmes: Relation .. about Pdlatka you are, don't fail strangers to take White ,English Mull worth 35c at . . . . 35C Remember carry
; to the United States.. Mrs.MacUregor. \ .
t 1 to ImprcHH. themselves upon 'hli Mrs.. MacUregor- also. hem around the corner. of Third Florentine Striped Fancy Lawn worth lOc at . . 8c The Celebrated O. K. Stoves and anges.

_ ,i ., I, '3. I hearers tn..and"HH and they the are convincing his intent"earne posl-' gave her u mother's very Interesting enforced. talk stay, lu tellingof Cu. street the fence and at let Mrs.them Boyd's take rose. peep garden.over Fine Orade Lon cloth, 36 in. wide, at . . . |:2J/ C STEAM FITTING DEPARTMENT

: UveneHW. of his .statements. 'He ba many years ago. Rev. J. Stephen Crowley for four Figured nnd Striped Fine Dimities worth 20c at. . I5C IN OUR -

: makes a. plain. every day merchant The program, was very Instructive. years a missionary" in the Congo Free Lace Striped Dotted Swiss in white and black WE CARRY A FULL I4NE OP
,. feel ashamed, that ha IH not a tlll.i and very much enjoyed by all Africa, delivered nn Interest.
_ & mgi of the soil or a breeder of blooded pre.- 8tstei lecture at the Presbyterianchurch worth 25c! and 35c at. . . . :2OC and 25C tUng-s' G-u.agres:
_ stock. All were. deeply Interested, in: ent.The J3.pe: ; : : ,
: next regular meeting will beheld last night on his work In that '
'r the professors talk. through the kindness of Mrs. far off country. Remember then goods at above prices don't last long :Etc.W : S
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Mr. C. K. McQuarrle of DeFunlak Matthews, at her home on Friday. : ves, .
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1 Master. Jobiine! Kane the former
Springs made grand talk "Suc ,
a on
April 4th where musical Leo Jacobson
I cessful (Syrup Making." The topicI be rendered.a -Press programwill Corres "ingeiiger. boy in this. city for the pa \tka, Fla. make a specialty of Sanitary 1 Plumbing anJ Steam Fitting.

wad. one of Interest to all present and Western. Telegraph Company who .
all got much valuable Information pondent. has been on an extended visit to relatives -, __ _ ___ __ ---5----- ----- -- ---- -0

-I ., I from thcspraker which will b.. us Fire at- w"lakH.The In home New. York and Brooklyn O-i n taO' .51 A.-5--WILSON) QEO. E. WELCH T. B. MERRILL,
returned last Saturday..
ful In future work. SALE
I i FOR :a:I n> TlCB POMIDBST. CAHIUH.
: T. K. Uodbv talked, on "Fruil dry goods store of C. L. Greenwood C P "'DI'I'.
The shed In front of the Dalton Co <
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and' and the grocery store of L. J. I IJt
Growing" Mr. JJ. N. Wradt.o. .
i- ; t )4 HuntlngUm read an interesting Mel-fod at Welaka were totally destroyed block on Lemon street was torn I S'.s CD THE} National Bank
i / paper by fire last Monday morning.The down. last. weAk and a new piazm is. Improved Place FrontingThe Putnam
-l- on "Uettlug the most from Oul'aoll. being erected In its which,
fire was discovered. about fiveo'clock PI"ce.
:Ii
S 5 when finished will add< to the St. Johns River g .
0.w
_ _ lion. S. H. daltskill.. president of and the nlarm sounded but of the building. Of" FaJ.ett.l5ia.
appearance n>
could arrive had made
before
the State Fair association. was help
- present *.1Jt
and addressed. the Institute. such progress. that nothing could be Acey Sawyer a former Palatka Two Miles from Palatka. 5 5S COco .
; 55 In the time left for discussion boo done to save the burning building boy now an employee of the Merrll- cI ::!. We solicit the accounts of the people throughout Putuam County, and tender all j
and It is total loss. For time It engineering establishment ---- -
: tween the addresses. many Interest- a a Stephens =
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ing thoughts. were brought out by looked as. It the postolllce and drugstore |. In Jacksonville. came lip on the This. property composed. ot 16 acres :: !I>> _. .. the courtesies and aooommo S 'r gontleim-n present In the audience of F. B. Reeder would be destroyed Doozle" \ afternoon for a --
more or lei.. ten acres of which Is under I I 3 g -
4, and on the whole the Putnam county but the efforts of the crowd short visit with lil.. parents. He returned -
_ k Farmers Institute for IHoa: may b. prevented this.. The heat however. to Jacksonville on Wednes cultivation./ '0 =
i said to have been. most interesting was. so intense that the windows III day. The Improvement consists ot a comfortable : n.C
S S and profitable occasion. Mr. Keeder's tore were broken by It. house of six ) !II q
Next "Sunday' night \ii H. Park. dwelling rooms.barn. 3
r Rev. l>r. J. W. MacOregor of thin The.burned building and was owned Insured.bvMrs. M. !>., for many years In charge of Bowing artesian well, good steam. I is 1>> '

S fr i:S city acted and in as opening chairman made of the an Institute Interesting -. 'Mr. Grewnwood's DeBreestt stock: was was valued the medical church.work South of the In Methodisttpisoopal China boat landing where river steamers. may p.-.. Q.Iq:1:1(:: ...... empty Kerosene BarrelsVAanted.

; : in minute address of wetS at from $1BX: ( to $1,6OO), and was Insured -. will deliver an address on this. topic touch. Plenty of f fruit, such a. Figs, ...
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to the amount of $'ltIO.t<> Tin
come. Peaches. budded Persimmons of the
at St. James M. E. church. South in
Hon. \V. II. Cook of Pomona who :McLeod loss on .stock will reach the j g' CDs .
this. All invited to :
city. are be Japanese variety, and
grapes.
.
but is total loss for
the mime amount, a
was on wag called home
program
l ,. r by a telephone message.. / there was no n..urance.. present oil this occasion.In There Is also a good steam caue. mill 2 p.) i.t.2n O Write the

't S t Dr. titockbridge said at the clone The destruction of these stocks Is. II last week's announcement of for making syrup. Place will be sold l.e.: COCD
; great IONS to the village but as the Leo Jacobson. the
of the meeting tlmt she Institute was dry goods man,
S 4 S the most successful yet held in the merchants were doing a good business !the New. made the mistake of placing nbeap. For particulars Inquire of ):t CD ., MONKRIDQE MFO. CO., Palatka Fla.
3m state. It .is. thcught they'will soon the selling price of "Manilla :::: c-t'- Coch
__ w ... ._ make arrangements/ to resume. cord Fancy Lawns" at 11 cents. It J. B. ROBERTS .. ;

S "Little Snow White." .. .5.- was. serious. mistake so serious thatIt st c
failed to emphasize the bargain.Mr. fl
Pnlatka Fla.
Frv' opera house trail almost two- Calico Ball. Jacobson does notask but H cents. -Sc--QC) II> __ - ._ -
thirds filled with cultured Palatkaus children's --------------
e The next auxiliary entertainment n yard for these goods.
last; Tuesday evening to witness. and dance under the auspices CI.
: what the program styled a "Presbyterlan of the Woman's Fortnightly I 'The Wilson Cypress company have I 0 !
c Entertainment: ," probably for club for the benefit of townlmprov.-. lust completed a commodious building .11 Furniture, I,. 0 COeg JUST RECEIVEDNEW AFRESH WESTERNAND

_ the reason that the projectors knew ment will be given In the armory on on the mill grounds for u"eUt n :'" '
l the people were "fore-ordained". to the evening of Friday. April 18th. machine shop.with The-all building the is. to. be 4( Undertaking and }B> -
; have a good time. There was. no dis The children will present "Mother equipped necessary CHOP OPLandreth's
-S-- appointment. Little Snow Wlilte Is (loose and her family" and other .selections lathes. lOud machines needed for a .11 Embalming. jL jLI FLORIDA MEATS
a three-act play and tableaux wherein after which there wlH be n first class. shop. The company. will

_ $ S little children appeared an. fairies calico hop la which It is hoped all then attend to. the reparlng of its S : New Line of Girden Seed Go to the Palatka City Market\ I IWholeMla
and dwarfs with a princess. a prince participants. will apper garments. own machinery.Chief have purchased the stock of the lateW I
-o and a huntMman and with the little of calico. There will also be homemade of Police Hagan has tender. 0. Snow and will continue the buslooa Spring ( and< Retail)

_ _ S leading Indy of the play called "Lit candy on sale. Remember the ed his resignation as .secretary of the at the old stanu on Lemon street Shirt Waists ; FOB THOS. HOLDEN Prop.
tle Snow, White." The little people date. and secure your calico while! Palatka base ball club. Mr. Hsgan An elegant fine of new. goods now on Alto ,

presented the play creditably and to merchants are making close. prices. states that he was moved to take the way. SPRING PLANTING Sausage, Poultry Burui, !
__ S the delight of audience. Between and before the choicest prints have this step for the sole reason that the R. S. MOONEY, Full AssortmentBummer Hams I
Etc.
5:. the act there was a violin solo by been sold. duties of the position would occupy S .
;_ little Warner Hamin, a vocal duetS -... too much of his thrie; that to attend; Pulutku Fla. 4:8: Lemon St., Palatka, FU.f

_ S. J by Misses\ Dunn and "Sterns' and nn ."" to the work well would Interfere Hamburg and Swiss M Store Phone 17.
S original monologue by Miss. Isabella with his otHclal duties which could City tag ,
0V APPLICATION FOB Embroideries
t O. Jones.rendered These numbers were excellently $ City fiappenings; and $ not be neglected for sport.A NOTICE Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter and /
and elicited hear.S -
.7 ( daring piece of sneak thievery 48H8 Liwa of Florida. Hosiery
Stewart
Miss
applause. Jones was really Personal mention. Harry b.
i f S forced to respond with second number $ S was com ml ted in this. city enrly Notice .hereby given that F. Bchn- Just rt'ceived at F. C. Corsets
S S S .so hearty/ WIM the applause which :Monday morning, when some one aublo. purchaser of Tax Certificate.
greeted her number. entered the bakery of B. J. Grooms. No. 417. dated the 8th day ot July. A I)., "aft J:. ucas'. PRESCRIPTIONSCAREFULLY lBSAMERICAN .
The Guards will dance
S Monday on central Lemon street, and clear' said certificate In
; Following came the history Inverse 181)1) haa filed my BEAUTIES
'.____ entitled "Why I am Not Mar evening.Mr. ed out about $W worth of goods. An office, and has made application for tax COMPOUNDED. '
t ried" participated In by many of time Wm. Hoffman of Pomona wav entrance was. effected by breakinga deed to Issue la accordance with law. I w. hswe
r prominent young gentlemen and In the city this. week. pane of glass In one of the large riaid certificate, embraces the following tI.... In an
_ ladles front show windows.. Mr. Grooms described.. situated In Putnam The Brown Brick Co. .
of the city. If each one told The Ucklawaha travel this property OH THK BraCe I .71.. ..Bdh.p.e
f the truth conc..rnlngthelrr""oIlH finS week. has been past> suspects no one; and- no arrests ha.eb""n County, Florida, to wit: _ Ocean House 5.5 iii.VI.eidS.. to Bt
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heavy.Mr.
made. ot B of B. E' ot B. w, sec- I (Uppo lt Duytonii.) I .
remaining single, society is. In a bad W. t 1 J j .".lJt''6te.....
I ,, S. way. Clarence Meyer\ seemed to hiS S. J. Kennorly! has been In At Dr. S. (I. Miller and family who Lion if.j Township 10. Iluuge2rt- sore.. MAKE THELargest Open all the year. 1UI...M.UO to W.IO....daJ'. end _.17'

; the favored one In this. feature of the lanttt this. week on business.. lout their home at Francis by fire The said land being assessed at the CHAS. KtPPERBUSCH Prop'r.OUR comaS i* cold -

entertainment for lie was presented The Metamora carried 61 during the winter since which time date of the Issuance of such certificate Hardest undvr this
;_ tt _?: S with choice boquet plucked with to Silver! Springs on Tuesday.Mrs. p".en.gers they have been to south Florida with In the name of C. H. Warren. Unless meet liberal
t4 1 care from a turnip -gordl n. Mr. n view of settling there have returned said. certificate shall be. redeemed"! AND w. ......._
,, Ueorge HimHett's retreat. froui time Chanleton Price and children, to the county and will rebuild according to law tax deed will Issuv "M.no7 1-
S stage while thoroughly dignified WIIH of Atlanta, Oa., were In Palatka oil their home at Francis. The doctor thereon on the 23rd day of April. A I).. Heat Fire Brick funded ..fi.rS

too clone to the dead line judging/ Tuesday.Sydney. says that he saw no place in his 1111'.1.[) MADE IN FLORIDA. four .....h.\
'. from the crack lie received on time. of Jacksonville southern trip which offered better Witness ray official signature and seal Irish if eors t !. \
- head by the degnndlng drop curtain. was greeting Smith his friends here, opportunities. than could be found in this the 10l.fi I day of iluron\ A. D., STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND not.atl.roCltelJt'. "
S Mr. BiuiHett' smiled and the audience last many Putnam county. I IIO'i. at Tllshman'a. Mill.
; ,
S_ smiled with him. The entire pro- Sunday.Mr.: [S.'all| JOSEPH PRICE. -- Look for tKUTrad .
: S gram occupied but .an hour in its H. U. Gilbert of Ballnton, Va., Edward Ransom. and A. J. Dent Cleric Ct. Ct. of Putnam County, Florida. For prices call oil or ,address. m.--- -.11 MarHon ,
S ; rendition and the people got home spent a day In Palatka the first part well-known colored men of this. city II. O. IIAIUlI.Tllghnl"n'a \ Inside of cors.tsod
,at a seasonable Presbyterian hour. of this week. were up before Judge! Coxe on Monday \ Frederico Terrazaa son of the for. ,
), S well satisfied. that they had received charged with selling liquor without mer governor of the state of Chihuahua .. Mill. l'alatkll'Fla.By on be.
full Col. Hard and son. Mack of Norwalk a license. They had been arrested .
equivalent for their money. Hex.\ Is In Fort Worth To* ItALAI4AZOOCORSET
:iI1.g --a were among the visitors to the on Sunday: in the act of transferring closing. one of the largest. single firm Special )It>
quest
city till' week. / the goods. from their pocket duals ever tombs In this. country. The CO.

1 tf -,.., Service. for Holy "Wci'k., I>r. W. H. Cyrus I. authority for for a consideration.. Sheriff Howe U sale will Include lrt!/ >lO) bead of cattle, Dr. Goldstein will be nt the Graham Solo M K
Special services. at St. Marks TCpUcopitl the statement that there Is not case and Deputy Kennerly made the ar which will BO to Colorado Montana, Hotel March With for three days. o r. 5
; church on Hood Friday will bas .> of .scarlet fever In town. rest. The accused. waived examination \Vyo-ninor and the Dakotna. To transport PoDtlvely. no- longer. ThoHe who 101. .. .0. Mian.
-c.--; S follows. : Morning prayer atI\ a. and were bound over to the circuit this large number of cattle will desire to neeIilm) nhoiild do BO at
; m.; ante-communion olHoe and .sermon Hon. Frank McRne, of Melioie. court for t.rll.lln the sum of $IW require 50O cars, making 4O trains of once. BREAD WILL FOR SALE BY
rJ at 12 noon; 8lnner.. service al wan. in the city Saturday; and a pleasant each, which they gave. 15 cars each. The approximate Dr. O. OoldHteln of Louisville who SATISFY ALL.It THE
S.- ,S S S 7 p. m. The last named service IH. caller at tills ollloe. Hon. Oeo. P. Fowler was In the freight bill on the stock to the various Ie: well-known bv the people of Pal will (rive to the young strengt 8. E. BOND! COMPANY

*, S very short, less, than 10 minutes nnd Mrs. R. A. Alfred and daughter city Tuesday and Wednesday. of this. destinations. / will be fue.UOO\) time atkl,and I vicinity will be in the city and and make the old '
happy.
-4 ,, t. S 1 .la series.. of petitions for all sort Miss. Bernice, of Ocala were visitors week ..hllk Inlf hande with old friends. group rate per car being $iT5.CRILDBEN'e on March HO, mid will remaIn for beauty,
; : and conditions ot men, for the sick In the city one day this. week. Mr. Fowler .la. now one of the most three (la)'''. He will fit glaRMea to S From the
-S and dying, for those who enthusiastic. th eyes of those. who need them. Palatka
for tbemxelvea. never prayS Mr.\ Fredrick Thoman and Miss citizens of Hastings.With COUGHS ABD COLDS. Variety Bakery, When it comes to
:5 S Thoman of sweet potatoes. selling at 75 Mrs.. Joe MnOrath 327 let St., Hutch-
5, : faster .service Lansing, Mich., visited HENRY THALOOTT, Prop.
day will be bushel f. b.. land
an early cents o.
per selling
this city Tuesday. guests at the Arlington mann Kan., .writes I nave given BaI-
; -r celebration of Holy Communion al at $410<) per acre, and farmers realimiinganaverage lard's Horehound Syrup to my childrenfor
7:HO) a. m.; a second celebration.. ot \ of $:*H) an acre profit on ooiiKhe/ and colds for the past. four TABLE $SUPPLIESWe

Holy Communion at 11 a. m. with Mr. and Mrs.\ Charles C'hlttleton of Irish potatoes, he thinks one need years, and find 1 It the beat medicine I U. Lorsa BAILEY.. CH.*... H. HH.LIARDiiffinprsoL
I-- S .."rmonlIubJect of which will b8t.. Frankfort I ml., who are touring the look no further than Hastings in ever us d Unlike many O'JugbeyruplI.

: '. Paul's conception of Immortality." state. were visitors in the city one search of the land of "corn and It contains no opium] but will soothe and have an Ides that we can ]pIous",
At a the "
p. m. children's festival. service day this week. wine. heal disease of the throat or lung [ &
55.b will be held In the church any you, and not. at the same time un- |
to J. K. Lucas will than other remedy. 25o, Silo
which all welcome Andrew Drennan a former Palat-. Capt. retire from quicker any ,
s1 service will are be at the The night kan but now of jaeksonviiie visited the management of the .Arlington and Slot at Aokermaa A Stewart's necessarily deplete your exchequer.To .
7:45 subject of home folks near this. city the first Hotel next 'J'ue..day.ol1. which day Palatka. and Lounda drug. store, Crescent Fire Insurance:
Herman being "Why are we sure Mrs. Falk. will supply
k Christ roue from the dead., part of the week. again resume charge. ; City.Ptoua
..__ Capt. Lucas states that his. reason. Leading American and Foreign
p. Oscar Smith attache of the
an
for retiring Is. "that the house. Is. not OUTBREAK iN'SCHooL- ""'"
The ,
S Teacher Institute. Plant System now stationed in large enough to enable" me to keep a He baa made the study of optics a Companies. Wholesome Edibles!
S S'S j Sf Prof. J. 1>. C'ottlngham, count U"IIIesvllle.., was visiting friends really Brst-class hotel, and I would The enthusiasm of several pious. specialty, and any one in need of

superintendent. of schools. speak Init In the city Sunday: rather be a plugger for Ucklawalm. high school students at Selina, Indiana KliwHes. cannot do better than !give Accident

: of the Teachers Institute called lu John; P. Wall from that thriving travel than dwell within the courtsof ,, broke loose. Monday during him a call PHrapes of childrenwhcia Insurance:. at moderate cost .Is. our ambition la
im this. city for next Saturday. states. turg: Putnam Hall, was In town last. a seeond-class.. hotel and listen to school hours .and result tin eyes lire lit any way af.
S that "SuperlrRTent PMCO of the East: Saturday in attendance upon the guests criticise the texture of I the as a ficted should take them. t, Dr. The Travelers of Hartford. life. The store. la literally filled with
; Florida, Heinlnary, at (Gainesville Farmers' Institute. steak." school was dlsnllssed. for the day aDd OolJHteln and have them examined Rood things. *

will attend and will discuss. 1'hr In all probability ft will, stay closed. Too much care cannot be taken in Life Insurance:
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W. L. Glessner..
: Teacher and the Patron.' Other educators Maj. a representa- Indefinitely until the students'" can this particular as any nesrleot! on H>Apart GOOD
dye of the (I. S. & F. TEA and COFFER
of national reputation will ; Ry., attendedthe Advice to )[en.Don't I of the parent may lead to inos The Old Reliable "
'Gerl
of farmers the regain their andforget ania
meeting at composure
also. be with opera serious -
us. them III after
4 among Dr. Mc- coiiHiiquenoeH life. If ,
S ,S Murray, who has been connected house last Saturday. buy your Spring Clothes until the excitement. A revival has boon the eyes of the child need glarae the GQOD" BUTTER; ,
you have seen what Fearnslde, & Co., In at the Methodist Life" of New York. .
with some of the leading universi Capt. J. E. Lucas made a business progress doctor can determine It and adjust S
t ties. of the United. "States, and who trip down the east. coast as far as. Have the to offer. This Is good. advicefor ohurch at Sellna, and in the list ol such glasses ad will be the moat apt Finest'of HAM and BACON.We .
has also traveled e extensively' Europe : Palm Reach last. Saturday returning reason that' never before in conversions were numbered snvrra"of to preserve nnd increase, their flarine Insurance
the of
and made a .study of the various home on Tuesday history Palatka was there the high!; school pupils. While the utrength. The doctor has. been gIvIng .. : deliver to
goods part
I educational systems there. I such a choice display of metis' garment school wan getting down to the op..n.InK satisfaction for :, any
prevailing .
many and The
4t Mrs. W. H. Baker and little I as we are now showing. Over) yeurs, Leadimg Companies.All
S State Superintendent Sheata also son, work: of the day the newly con we can recommend him aa worthy of the City.
S be with. us, and citizens: may of Jacksonville are in the city for n I$7.IM.IO worth. of absolutely new goods. verted students suddenly commenced the patronage of the public. Thoae
4I are not only Invited but urged generally to attend few days visiting at the home of I have been received and unpacked, praying and singing. The faculty sulToring with their eyes should call Claims Promptly
the meetings and hear these. Judge Mrs. M. I. Coxe. I this week. They are all In the latest endeavored to restore quiet. but on him, and If he doen't give relief It '

distinguished gentlemen." The annual. meeting of the directors mode. Maybe we bought too heavy, failed. The pupils from the. various will not cost them anything., He Settled.S L C. Stephens
but them
to sell and .
we bought
S ._. we rooms in the building began congregating I can to
w of the Palatka. adjust any and
&
Heights eye.
4Ur: JUeuth of Wllliuni Vincent. railway\ will occur at the office'street of aid are going the/ price to do and It in character the next 110 of days thegood. and books and lessons. were A good glass rightly adjusted any age.la. a I:>lfloe. 38 Front St.. PAI.ATEA, i'LI.. ,
quickly shoved Into desks. A student luxury to
:I The death of William Vincent, a Dr. K. "S., Crlll this afternoon. .. are the two things we are relying wan/ hastily dispatched for a hey can a ill parson.afford with to fnlllngalKhti do without.; Kirby and'Morrl.s: Sts.

'S Yi m former well-known citizen of tht Hon. Jas. R. Howe; ex-register of on to do the work. Think. we minister. Trrrwo ministers responded A glue Imperfectly
is
PeeI # county who made his home at Pomona Kings county NY., and ex-mem know what people want. together with number of church than no nlnH8.-ADV.adjusted worse
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m5l.lt f, .ei ( Is announced from "Sandwich' ber of congress from Brooklyn, wn. a We have the right thing In a ,,'.GO) workers, A glorious meeting was ... Too.r- .. -
? P 1' III., at which place he expired on guest at Arlington Hotel on Mon shoe. It'1 a wearer and has the real soon in progress! amid before the S OM] .ut.. QawtiM
I ? s' Thursday, the Uiith Inst. thing shape. Vfa are also sole- "school was dismissed 16students had Engines. Larachem.wwtasT.Mfc' FOR SALE.
,,A.: William Vincent came to Pomona day.The 'agents for the llanan shoes.: Ofcourse become converted. .'
in 1874, making him one of the pioneer old store property situated on everybody know they are For Sale.' A.tceiobilis Eic.Yei .
,; 1- S settlors of that section of-the the corner of Lemon and south 7th lenders everywhere.. Our display. of as, avoid. a' Desirable residence property

55kv 'jm .county. He. was a man of character "Treats recently purchased by .B. .J. neckwear and gents fnrnlshlngM was Look at the Palm., the beautiful .of bas.e.5 lb.), s54..:sp..ae Ill Pplatka, situated on the col)
_ "I; ': and was held in high esteem by a O.'noms, is lecelviiig extensive 7e r never before equalled. Our fiU cent Tray display in the window of IT.- T. J*(>ttQe8a Tern Balls, Geraniums .......IS .- ....p... erof Uiver and Sfc.
circle of friends. which reached. over pairs. neckwear looks just like the. dollar Vattarlin's store. You can get .ne lbs piq5 ... Dodge ,

_! -'S &11."ctloneof. the county.1 He moved Jo}. O. Kelley the tin smith whoso kind. free,wltb ft .I 10 shoe purchase. Lilies Cttla and Easter AUTOSPARKIR two hundred feet! Bopare, rivet.
to Illinois' two years ago. He was shop was burned on Lemon sire, t ,Paney plants will)) ".. I '
.. the
am.emae 10. ".......''n...... ota in frbnt. Inquire of
S In his. 87th year. He leaves two this winter has re-established. his.. Dr. C. W. Keel the palates, tooth FOR 8ALK--A 'good "mule. Enquire many desirable varieties, -Wrii.f,...,..dpU". booklet. ...seal.iun. eo_aid...
4 1 ;i- .t- sons. U. P. and W. M. Vincent, who burlm-sn nn Front street next to the extractor will remain fu Patatka un- at this office. at the Falatka Greenhouse .1, ... frog.-_" .lAt.._-.....-u4'.5flsee owner, Mrs* Jrf Halloc DJ'ftk ,

_____ r'X e.mm1 C resided in the same Illinois town, News office. Mr. Kelley has just til April 10th, Those wishing denti 1 near union depot. Setu' % uw.oMta- .. ; 18rU:) St.- and 3rd' Ave. Nr
J2' and one daughter Mrs. John R. completed the largest tin roof in Palatka work should call and.. him. Price ..FOR 8A1E-One large'ma'r mule, MahIl'lOelt' IIIMC:8: MPO. co. .
:' -S 0 Pierce formerly of Crescent City, .-that which coven the Merry- reasonable OUloe over Ryan's.. cbeap. for cash. Address 8. R.;EBTBP, By Mr*"C. B. Huston, .2I1t) IWa asses p-_ ,_ .... lork.; or Jleniy Strunz, ,

S CS5 but now residing at Stamford, Comma.S .i day grain warahoune, furniture tore. Unuulln, Fla... : F C ) Ra.1atka.Fla..
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