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Title: The Palatka weekly advertiser
Portion of title: Palatka advertiser
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: April 3, 1902
Publication Date: -1902
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -Jan. 2, 1902.
General Note: Alex. E. Wattles, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Jan. 2, 1902.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 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. 'f TALATKA FLORIDA tl. Per Year.
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--" CONDENSED WORLD NEWS. GOINGS ON IM FL01U1 Emperor Mencllk America's Baster Sunday in Palatk

i .... --.a-JJelt.irIl-: = :!5iI.E1'ErCSil: O en.Wade Hampton hasoelubrated P. Llnzer, 'well-known hotel man Next Uoyal Visitor, Will In Catholic, Episcopal and Methodist -

hU 84th birthday. JU spent the day at Seville l Is dead. tiring i a Savage Mob churches. ENter,sunday, COJII*

quietly at home receiving friends. I With Him. inemoratlve of Christ's resurrection", ,

The young man (and old,.t o, for that matter) Cholera has made its appearanceIn The season Tampa lust Buy Sunday' Hotel night.. closed forthe Menellk, emperor; -of Abyssinia .la an occasion for Joyous celebration,

Manila. There were 10 new oases best known as the man who defeated and these. denominations III Palatkawere
trees about Man I tee
lightly turns to thoughts of Clothes. from March 27 to 80, and four deaths. Orange have put out a profuse. bloom.seeon the armies of Italy, I IH to visit the St. no exception. The day was all

The city of Toklo has WO publlo Louis exposition as an Invited guest that one could ask-an ideal day;

; Fully prepared for the beautiful' Spring ,and Summer Season, Fearn- baths bathe. ,daily where at Borne A cost 800,000 of about persons. onehalfpenny large Evlnston quantities truckers of lettuce are and shipping Eng- of Menellk the United will States.be the first reigning. bright warm and conducive to good '

side 6: Co. greet you with an Incomparably great gathering of Hen's andoys' each. Uah peas dally.ExPresident. sovereign who ban ever visited the cheer and the people very generally
Cleveland Is at United( States, and the etiquette in attended some one of the churches. ,
Garmenture. : It Is estimated that by April 7th fishIng such matters Is consequently not bad service with ;
Stu"rt. on the east coast, on A most of which special
fully ) In the Bout.hernNew
ROUOO employes very well understood. He will travelwith

A solUlelY me 6re1es1 $Srock of f CloliliAfi ij [Ever e lli One Roof l In P111fl1k0. had their England wages cotton Increased mills will 10 have per expeditionsLake Helen poach growers' are bring a with large him retinue many anti members Is likely to of The reference service to the at St.day.James Church '"

oe.nt. looking for an unusually large crop his numerous family. Menelik has were In keeping with' the glad day of

For the Trade making There Is to be a new Third party of fruit thin spring. been constantly under the Influence hope which Easter brings. The
Easier we are
composed of populist, socialists and Six men were convicted of Illicit of white men and Is seml-clvillsed church was beautifully, though not
Specially) .Attractive Price on all union labor, with other odd ele- distIlling( 111 the United States court but those who have visited his capital decorated. The music
his attendants virtually elaborately
nents, and It Is now In session at at Tallahassee last week. say are
joulsvllie.. savages.As was of a high order, and the sermon
The Bagdad sash factory burned a reigning sovereign Menellk 'The Doubt of Christ's Besurrectlou -
[flannels Serges and aDimcr Suits A cyclone paused through Darlington down at Sanford !lust November, has will be entitled to the most ceremonious was on "
Ala., on Friday completely demolishing just completed its new plant. reception which this countrycan Dispelled by Evidence. -

the Methodist and Baptist Hon. Jefferson B. Brown of Key offer. The welcomes and entertainments The text WM St. John 30:0-0. The

churches, doing damage. to stores West has announced hU candidacy accorded to the Prince of pastor spoke in part as follows I
These suits are the embodiment of all that /md other buildings and wrecking for state railroad commissioner.Bey. Wales, to the Duke of Veriigua and Nothing In the ministry of ,our '

[to style and excellence of finish. pertalnsA. L L the Queen depot Wllbelmlna the Sum. Jones! has been engaged to be Prince eclipsed Henry If of the Prussia requirement will haveto of Lord was unforeseen or accidental.The .

prince to lecture before the Lake City JiapsU ceremonious etiquette are fulfilled. expression "must" and "must '
Jpjfr Men's, ,Shoes, we need sef,111ntt little. consort will shortly undertake J& tour the latter of this. month. butterto -
A of the Netherlands and the Dutch part The fact that Menellk prefers needs' occur frequently la connection

colonIes During the queen's absence A negro boy named Eastern has soap Ha a toilet adjunct and always with these marvelous eventst

'i We e lie me Best $3 50 8Me Me e M of four months. a regency will been arrested at'J'ainpa for "ralaln,," dltferenoe eats whatever.his. meat raw makes. no they are part of the t lan arrangedby

be established.The a $1 bill to the denomination of $100. Then there will be the matter of Mrs. Infinite wisdom. "Thou wUt not

E Catholic Laymen's association The Agricultural College and Stet- Menellk. .There IH but one such ont leave my soul In hades i neither wilt '
I'tFie: are also sole iffents for :Treenail Shoes., Chicago la to develop Into a national son University boss' ball tuams will cially\ but actually there are several thou! suffer thine Holy One to see '
organisation. Chicago has a a game at DeLand) on the 5th and Menellk la quite as
; membership of 10,000. Its objects are r.lay. bring some of the several IIkell.In corruption." Yes It was the divine -, ..
Straw and Felt }flats of and Taltu. that Jesus should rise from -
he-promotion purity good The Tampa Electric Company will along bill recognized empress, purpose
I government. Abyssinian women do not overburden tbe dead.
CWe have the leading styles for men and boys. No build a pleasure park at Ballast themselves with clothes, but
James H.H.Falrchlld.the rand old Point, with a blgpavllllon over the It Is not to be wondered it that the
should Hat this spring without first seeing C I of Oberlin." died last after ater. wear every bit of Jewelry they can
[one buy a nan week lay their hands on. whether of silver disciples of Christ failed to understand i'
Illness of several He
an days. The work of for the the old testament reference to
brass
offerings. surveying new or or glass.
lad been connected with
___________ A Oberlin Electric road which I la to run from Though her features are comely the Messiah. But the reference was -
college for 63 and to Ober-
It NEW'STYLE years was Sanford to( Klsslmuiee has com travelers Abyssinia. .say that the
When comes to lin what Eliot was to Harvard. then to be brought out after the event
menoed. average woman of that country Is not
The department Is In the all the 'sort of one would was accomplished. Our Lord bad

N Neckrii! 111M Wl II I ll UM rer U o GeAeiGl F&iilsUI[ predicament ilerkshlpsln postofilce of someofllcee having some throughoutthe jobs and Garden J'. N. ,and have Abram been Sewell acquitted of Winter at Or- at one care thing to choose, she as never a person companion.(washes herselfIn For on many In occasion the hearing foretold disciples.his. resurrection -

ando In the murderof
also lead the ; country which it Is. havingrouble as accomplices all her life, the butter on her hairgrows and In threedays
__we procession. .Sam Blcks. emit "De.' troy this. temple,
because and
to give away, the rancid a peculiarly
'\ alary Is only $400 a year. Seville Baptists have become pungent odor, which affronts the I will raise. It again." He.spokeof

[Fearnside & Co. ::e'al.a'tka. Fifteen $1,000 bonds the property armed at water and are giving en- nostrils when you pass her in the ,, the temple of his. body.
of the Jennie Clarkson Home for ertalnmonts to build a new root street, and In her own country The belief which the disciple -
with
she carries
i their church. wherever she
Children,Westchester county, N. Y., over her a large black goes cluster of files con came to cherish In the Lord' resurrection -
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are missing. The seourltlcB.w"re in Stanford growers are now In the her back. was all the more an evidenceof
: .A. ,]3 :u.tif'ul ..Oa.Tol Pia.no the care of George W. Leisels, who I mIdst of the celery shipping season gregated on eec It* reality. Though their doubt
'Restaurant acted as treasurer of the home.It The prices are netting shippers from
ftropean civAWA..-y" : FeEE:: '1 to $1.25 per orate. Those who ar. lucky enough to see were many and disheartening, they -
Tofhivertln I:,,rmrbUMlu.Ba In FlorM, w* will give.awnr FaRe one of our flnn make ot Vlanos la said to be the Vatican's d<> Emperor Menellk will have the satisfaction were certainly 'dispelled and their
-*Btyltj "T": Mahogany: U.ble. Thltt U.U you liav to do to got obnnco to got sire to adjust matters in the Philippines Mlcanopy people have been tempfc- of knowing that they have of -
Furnished Roooms. A PIANO FREE In accordance, with American ed to drink by a production of "Ten been face to face with the'! ruler of the faith WM all the stronger because -

tf ran ob"r..n'.ngul:: : : xour.home. *nd evar xp.ib'::.buy one, you onaonll At our .tnr*and views and Interest*. Therefore, It lights in a Bar Room" by a traveling oldest country earth a. well as the unbelief it mastered. ',-,
Cold Baths .*tlHttr book opposite a number. ,tneluU member ol Crtmly '
| ona every
Jrit and been decided descendent
intt to appoint no more of barnstormers.H. of the Lord
lineal of confirms -
I: who tin no piano Lieu inok.l.e one momber ot Any family who bni *o old upright, aim,.... troup with the The resurrection our ,,
IAUO or oman to trade for a now Piano. On May :/:til wa will lu'.11 the number In a boa and\ Spaniards! among the new bishops. F. Button ft Co., the cotton fac- queen of Sheba. InMenelik'* capital our faith In the truthfulness of '
AtRDBERT Lava a.dl.LuI.reauul. ommnltt**otMintallnB of our mayor Mr. D. 11. Pincher, and two other they still live the life of 40 centuries -
irommvut olltwmv to draw a number trora the boa. Th..am.onpoMlte the luoay number will The Colllu P. Huntington estate tots at Gainesville have reduced times. the scrlp'ores, an .;ettho BEAUTIFUL' CABL.B PIANO FREE now being Inventoried by New York their original estimate on the coming H go-the life of biblical
Every peraon In tne Hiuia of VlorlUa. null bare a oUaube at 11.1. Piano. If you do not 11vu tate's transfer tax appralserx acting of Ilea island cotton In Florida.It The religion of Abyssinia Is probably hope of personal Immortality.. ,
[ JAME5'Su.ooso.t Jacksonville, all poe bate lo do l a to put your name on a pwetAl oard aad Send to UH. ourtookfceoper crop the most ancient form of Christianity
:
will pieoe I your name:on the book,and we will eend you card by: return mall, rivut with the executors will amount to has been that'there are with ritual which
you your number Do nol let lhl keep you from buy ton Piano during OUA CUT HIGH about $28,000,000( or $29,000,000.( The reported extant merged a
[;f ( Chaw SiipporbuJKh: ) _' ALB that!ip now golug on. for If you are the lucky one aud draw this PUno "..wilt take .back transfer tax will approximate $HOOOUP. ,- everal Illicit stills In Alachus county reflects the days of King David and St. Mark Episcopal church wa
lie plauo you buy ana refund your mODH)'. and a United States marshal Is in the prophets. The badge of the decorated with flower
;f'ALATK.... FLORIDA.AL1thatia. THE CABLK COM1'ANVUASk the county making an Investigation.The country Is the lion of Judith, and Its beautifully.
ClLUtB, Manager, No.HO West Bay: titreet. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. A challenge for an airship I race in at Pen- people are Indent leal with those readof and presented a "most attractive ap ,
association
.( #, _.---no-hloairo.: to n be__ held n Ha_ _a nrAllmln&rvevent __ acola state last press week elected John M.aldwell. In the book of King. pearance. The music which was
to the $200,000: aerial steeple* of the last to see Men- to the -- ,. -
.""' ." ..H"" of Jasper president for One persons elaborate and suitable ,
FOR. SALE chases. at the-Bt.: Louis world's I fairof ellfcv Heobert Vivian' says of blmt the'choir.
the ensuing year. The next les- aba' was well rendered by _
\ 11X13, sent to 8anto -Dul11ont muuh marked
f was lon will be held.at Sea Breese. }J" face Is not so .
cJ\y of Palalka '. at Part last week by Theopollus with smallpox as I had been led to The rector Mr. Matthews, preached '
JJOIJ- .
I Newest in Millinery = Williams of Chicago. During severe thunder storn on expect. He Is darker than the average from the text: Cor. 15-28! "Fora* ;

forthe 1 $175,001)), five per cent bonds, Palat- The government baa decided thata Sunday Peter Low and AlonxoVhldden Abyssinian but his features are In Adam all die, even .so In Christ' '.i

'SPEIq ftfldof. SUM11F:: ka, Fla.-Notice Is hereby; given that Hub-trenmiry will not be located two well-known men of not those of .a negro. HU mouth, shall all be made alive." He said in ,
< > Zolfo were Instantly killed by a bolt however Is quite negrol'l and his '
190'4le Baled proposals will be' received by either in Atlanta or Savannah. One at the home of bidden. part "W plead guilty to the colossal t
of lightning thick lips wear Incessant grindis
now on exhibition at lie Board of Bond Trustee of the IH not needed in the south, the ways large white teeth set assurance that God Is Interesting ,.j
und means committee sayand Secretary While walkIng through his sawmill playing very .
MRS..E..W. WHITE'S City of Palatka until Shaw. has never seriously con. near Greenwood last week a loosely. together. His small bowneyes himself In our future welfare. .

MIJ.L1NERY PARLORS. MAY 1, 1002, sldered establishing one. tooth flew out of the fast revolving wore an expression of fatlguei We know that the inequalities of '

S Third Street. > at 8 o'clock p. m., 'l'he trial of three officials of. the aw and struck Mr. Saunders Just and them what are yellow.should be Hla the forehead is life here would Indicate that lie .I* I

Our elections were made J' Horse Sale for the purchase of One hundred and Vatican, charged with thefts from under wound.the left eye, Inflicting a serlus i narrow but the upper partof his face neglecting us, and yet we calmly: '

,with cure In, the northern eveiity-flve thousand dollars bond the Vatican treasury, aggregating I appear to have much character and affirm/ that these uneveuesse. shall qi{'
t,markets. of the City of Palatka. denomination 111,000. was concluded last week. An An excursion of Texas bankers kindness. His beard and whiskersare done with when God ha
AT ;WATSON'S STABLEMerwin's ofllclal named Scott was convictedand anti their ladles from Galveston to close and curly and Inclinedto be away
...e ...e"E.e... S Old Stable '1,00) and $t00, each dated May let. sentenced to eight years' imprisonment Havana, topped over at Key Weston be very gray. His. voice is soft and become all In 'all, when th* law of

lOOi, bi arlnff Interest at five per cent while the two others were route lust week and were given a rather oily without any vestige ol perfect obedience has been learnedand "

Tuesday April 8 per annum payable seml-annually acquitted.The rflrm reception by the Banyan and the usual Abyssinian; squeak., : Bespeaks men have conformed to the Image .

|Eggs for Hatching.arred In PalatkaorNewYorkCity, matur- supreme court of California Elks clubs. very deliberately, showinghis of Christ. Are our faculties

Plymouth Bock no better o.G.CBANDALL will sell a load-of lug May 1st, 1SH2; each bid must beaecoinpi.nled declare the trust clause In the will Said a prominent farmer to the head teeth and tongue deal. He and makes wagging! no highly developed and rendered most

'where, '1.00 per Mettln Write Saddle and Harness Hor.Come by a certified check of of the late Senator James O. Fair invalid News the other day, "It whom doesn'tmake gesticulations his a good with his bands, except serviceable' by years of training only
will difference
and the at once much we
property '
> Ion CHAtU 13.BOWTON Palatka Fla., and see them and get a bargain in aflorae. five per cent of the par value of the be distributed among the children ot loot railroad commissioner; the that he sometimes puts his fingertips to rot in the gravT I* there to be

l fH bonds bid for. The Board of Bond the deceased senator. It is estimated railroads will own him in a short. together. his On the rather whole ecclesiastical I- no arena where a ripened experiencecan

Trustees[ reserve the right to reject that the estate Is worth upward of time, anyhow." should describe manner." M a justify Its slow growth I*moral

"' NOTICE. any and all bids. All bid should be 120,000,000.: The Peninsular Telephone Co.,has .. character which conies after many

kl!k For the purpose of receiving tax marked "Proposal for Bonds" and J.: Stelnman, the fellow arrested in completed its line between Tampaand Chances Were :Better battles have been forgot, and' M the
@If' { who declared that he river towns and to celebrate -
Wisconsin, Manitee ,
addressed to E. 8.' Crlll Chairman
returns I will be at the following : was the accomplice of Cinlgoes, the the event gave .a banquet to The youth was much perplexed hair whitens, to bay no opportunity
named places as given below. Please of Board of Bond Triwtees.Endorses assassin of President McKinley iianltue county people at Bralden- not to say distressed. To the right for the display of It* excellency: "

meet me in person. further said he was near Ciolgoai i own last week. of him was a pretty girl, to the left In speaking of the fullness of life

@lrfn) East Palatka April 23d; San Ma- .Tefl. rowne. when the latter fired tbe shot .and'' The union carpenters of Tampa of him was him another two pretty girl girls.and which Christ give ui he .said
load front of was pretty
with two revolvers In
ROWTON'3 Palatka. Fla. too, April SkI; Orange Mills, April Editor PALATKA NKWBI: ed was with ready poisoned bullets, to do, the are agitating for an -eight,' hour work "Surely," said the girl to the right, "Christ has won for u* the life of the
t
'. 24th; Federal Point April 25th; I hare recently learned with much work had C-olgoif failed.A day. It Is only within the last few "you are going to try your luck in soul M well as the life of the body,
8tb' 15th to pleasure that uiy old and esteemed months that the labor organizationsof the grab bag. It's only 10 cents a .. foreternal lit*
PalatkaApril lath and It .ls just a* vital
resident of Everett Kan. wenton much planning, secured "
barbaric ,
"' '- rleixl' Jefferson B. Browne, "the Tampa by chance and all for the heathen. wouldbe
18th, iiioluai e. Islander of -Key West." will the bond of a -jolntkeeper" for a nine-hour day. ". nd of course," said' the girl to without eternal righteousness 1

800 Acres Remember the day and fall not to be a candidate for Railroad Commlsloner. '>1OOO the other day, whereupon the MoNo Boblnsoii, a negro, will be the right "you will see what you eternal misery. Th only con

:;, ( come.out.. G. F.. BULLARD As roan friend, lawyer oit local paper! printed the following executed at Jacksonville tomorrow" can got out of..the flsJJ! pond... You dition on which w. would desire
"If this' Is
able
hisambition. man to
Tax: Assessor. lien heartily! endorse him .011 paragraph !. for' tbe murder of Dennis Jenkins, a can have two torows. rot a quarter, 'everlasting existence Is where' ngnceounnes -
1 trust that tne people 'go on the bond or criminals he certainly sheriff. He and may bring up ,something
land for sale In Town- will see to It that "Jeff" Browne get ougbt to be able to pay for his negro baa embraced special deputy the Catholic faith, : worth you a dollar or more. it's In a shall reign a* the noon
i Local, Valloian ,Sleeper. to wedding Invitations which be ot C .who
there. BIN P. UALHOUN. got and calmly awaits his end. I good cause you know. day. a There are many
nip 9' S, Range 34 EZ'. Charleston.The us a few years ago. And we will Yes," put In the girl In front" w* see the Interdependence of Immortality '
take fifty cents on the dollar for the One hundred miles of wire fencing break all previous
\ and Mrs. Roosevelt determined to fall to
Plant System bas a local Pullman The president account." surrounding the cattle ranches of are of and morality and who
In the matter
records
.leaving. Jacksonville 8 m. will visit the Charleston Exposition been cut by church fair and final step In
t Sacrifice sleeper p. DeSoto county have You ought to take a grasp the third
q dally, arriving. Charleston 6:.0... n-, ID onVodnestiay will leave Washington, April on 9th.Monday They No matter what may be said of some miscreants using wire nippers. chance receipts.In the raffle really for a .sofs pillow Christ's service for mankind,and 7ell ,
'. which passengers can remain until 7:30 Oen. Miles he has won his fight. The wire was severed close to either
In Charleston Tuesday that I made myself. Only 50 cent, In the drains of human
and arrive I is the climax
It
excursion rate account the bill for the re-organisa loss Is heavy
against The
Part Is muck land l bat'ce"adJohu a. m. Cheap side of the posts. "
: i Exposition. for i further particulars, morning. They will spend Tuesday tion of the staff of the army before cattle men. and It Is worth $10. tent" experience. Immortality and
etc. to L-K. JOLL.T, in visiting the navy yard and forts the senate committee on military upon "Come with me to the gypsy condition whichmake
rem-rvatlone, apply
I are
'near the It's *5 righteousness
or only
In the harbor. The president will be chairman Paul Hard9way tbe young agent urged the fourth girl.
D. A. Jacksonville. affairs. Oen. Hawley of
P. life
"r Lake Mary draw number and the possible that for which all
entertained at dinner Tuesday night the committee "Oen. Miles' of the Plant System' at cents to a
jnous! Orchard Tract at and Mrs. Roosevelt will give a reception criticisms are says unanswerable. and who my.terlouslydlMAppeared several lucky number entitle the holder to Is. preparatory communion with
Dr. O. W. Keel'the painless tooth to the ladles In charge of the unless. Secretary Hoot is especially weeks ago ha written to his par. a kiss from the gypsy queen, who's God. Christ promised a* the Anal
orahome. Address, extractor will remain In Palatka until Woman's Department of the exposi Insistent for consideration of the ants who live at Longwood, thus do- the sweetest pretties girl-" the 111. of
existence
10th Those wishing dental commotion door Interrupted consummation
April tion. On Wednesday the president Ing away with the supposition thathe A near the -
H. HAKP work should call and .see him. Prices will escorted to -exposition bya measure. it.", we shall not attempt to had met with foul play. His par. this argumentative plea Just the spirit"

F. reasonable. OHlce. over- Ryan'sfurniture great military parade and will pass ents are not tolling his present a* the youth was reaching for the

store. spend .large part of the day there Ettrlck.a small village In Virginia whereabouts.St. necessary. _coin. ; .. -
rALATKA. FLA.. Uorrtblel" cried one of the elderly the Catholic church* I is usual
At
had a genuine sensation last week
l.ook nt.tU' I .! Augustine Is celebrating the .
Cur ps HOrATIO BHIUMATOX.: In the discovery tna. John ureen landing of Pone De Leon this week women. on Easter Sunday, great preparation
Tray dl pi'-'tb'; ; window of H. T. Mrs. A.. E. Blmrisou' 609 Oralg St.. person who has posed before time i and an elaborate program of festivities "Awfull" ejaculated another. was made for a proper, eelebra.
to,
_______ PUB! OF APPLICATION FOB Vatterlln'a. store. You can. get one Kooitllle. TenD.. writ's June 10. 1800: world for IK)'years an a married man ha been prepared. AdmiralDewey "What 1 I" the world coming The altar was most _
..1 l Dee I Under Bectlou' 8 of Chapter. free with a $10 shoe purchase. "I have boon trying the baths at Hot and who has died was a woman has. accepted an Invitation to added a third. the LIon of the day.
88 Law of Florida. Spring! Ark, for solatia rheumatism The discovery was made by neighbors be asatHO has Governor Jen- "What's tbe matter Inquired beautifully decorated with flower '
_ ttoe Is hereby given that Mrs. Utallaat FOR SALK-One large mare mule, but I get more relief from Blaid'| who were called in to preparo nlng present and his taff. The Governor youth of one of the deacon who" was and burning candle, and the musical -,

purchaser of Tax Certtniat cheap for cash.\ Address S.R.E TMP Snow Liniment than any medicine or the remains for burial. The wife 10 will bold a reception at the Ponce hurrying by. feature the service wa#1& high,
dated. the 3rd day of July, "'. GrandinFle. ,. anything I have ever tried. Eoolos ( partnership survives. The wo- de Leon hotel today and In the even "Some street gamins are playing three. service
church There were
the ,
next to order.
81/9./ ha* med said cortlfloata In my ed find postofflee order< for 1.00. 8mme man came to the village from Bal ingwillbetendersda (grand ball at craps la the alley
.. and bee made application for tax I I WANTED-Man.1,to* .h.o 'barber a large bottle.by Southern Expr80ld -." elgh N. C., about two months ago the casino. Friday night there will" wan the reply, "and I'm" going to beginning with low mm and communion -

Ito l>wue la ,accordance with law, tradp. Great demand for barber by Aokennan k. Stewart* talatka, and belonged to the laboring class be a masked carnival and Saturday telephone for the police. 1" cried M 7 o'clock, high mama and

.1 certificate embrace* the followingnrlbed during .summer rush.- Two, month and Lounds', Crescent) OIt). 1'\1.\ dead woman. WM 75,yearn old. there will be water sport. Including; the The foor disreputable girls and then scamp to the* youth, sermon all 10 and vesper at 7 In th.

property situated In Putnam completes. Last 8U days that so hoi- railroad will In water polo eto., at the casino. ; to do'" Father O'Brisn preacheda
nnty. Florida. to wit t board tool and transportstlon 'Learn .to Write Well for I Because a new rim "now what are you going evening. ,
arshlp, his half million dcllar \ h edging time r-surrec-1 -
t of Lot 18 Towlee Sub Dlv. Dray front of man "I believe, replied scholarly sermon on
_ be earned. Position I
13.nge can guar slon which stands on a bluff fronting \ way, "that I'll go out and gamble listened. to with the
Island Section". Township anteed. Write, Moler Barber.CoKlege. 35 Cents. tlon wht.ti ,w**
___ __ There' abetter
___ at Mich.
Lak.8111"'rlol. Marquette, whose statements with the- gamins. '
8
E.Wbartontloiden
28 acre congregation.
New Orleans La. Attention by a large
A .msiim.chanIeI l deIeeJut Invented bl" John M, Longyear will take the chanotrtowln there.,-Elliot flower. closest
assessed. the
Midland being ooniMel for the commonwealth ollt.of'tho
________tbe of such ertlflmte. a prormmr In Halitl.lMra.. o.rni.n ', auk*. house down piece by piece and move to Indictment of W. In Brooklyn Eagle.. A* Father O'Brien t Ie .

_be* of n.the m.issuance..f A. A.W ltoe). Uol l.....litlnoate .. FOR BALK-Fine Jeisey Cow: the i.W 1.-. .pvnuwa" .a iiwndld' writer. Jui a It to Brookline, a suburb of Boston S.Taylor led Caleb to the Powers and othet Uy the New could no* obtallt' -

shall b.. '....deOtl11.... according Reason for sole party Is Ivlog..tat.. KluinnMtl by prominent Collate .....leI1e where .it will be set np without alter-. on the charge of complicity In the Th severe storm In Tltuu.... lASt the main thought-of bto rea ,
tax d..ed ..1lI1..u"tberoon on th..r ., Address George :Pierre Nashua FlaJames and b.iu.mU.ni tan.raUy liteunip* and atlon. It will requires train of I Ii\ murder of Oo..OotIbel of Kentucky week attended by a flood covered a but several leading -.
_ aw a Amevk' H eui puitp ilit$ on" rowlpt of H mnM ears to move the stone.' The buildIng .. larva portion of the st*t* and brought U had latended .
_______ I day uf 4prll..-"' D.- IUO'1.ritunos In uln or l Slate wh.tlipr for HUMor and who wan an. Important wltnes* hav* :atal t standstill. Time communicant
could be reproduced with new railroad trafHo to a
my official signature and sea B. Garfleld son of the' ]late woman : ::\\T. Wanted oa S.IaFj In the ooll.'oUou'of' Powers,.Yontsey '
the JSitt day of Febrnarr A. D.19 oa) president, ban been tendered bY' end comN.liMiui.. material much cheaper, but In a and Jim Howard I I. said to b* slowly damage by flood to the state' will tholr popular pastor' Wirmod w.*,

8 ui) : JOSEPH rnicclroui4 ..* President lUxmavela and has. accept. Educ aUomr M1g. Co.ii .' matter of sentiment money III n'atuaiiyiio ay Inf. of consumption ,In ,New reach upward of H.OQO.OOO and over on of uncommon_ power and lnf.r!-" -
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i, ; '" THE PALATKA NEWS { OOI UISASONH FOR BRITISH FAlIAJllfi. WEARfIEADERS IN (OUR LIIESI!

r There are at least three...,uood, reasons for British i

''i AND ADVERTISER" '" 'vTha failure Ijpreonquer the, Bo rl. The names of these !(tmi9Trs ,S-rORIICS i

:Y.3 :' reasons are Botha, DeWt, a/id D larey. f the celebrated'
., i FROM THE NEWS OF.r' E WEEK< Our men's suits are
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) Palnilti.News nnd A __ A.'ot"nll'OIItn."r', .. Ufiiinml to tomlmlwrtontO V4 ,4' V S
___ IwnliiibltunUoitPlitltloil" :
tho MtllllMflMHlMMIIUl-l'lllNM. IIIRfUlr.. Hlltl llHM Hl'lJOrtll' ., !!'....'.. W...lltvrod British failure qreat stress has been. laicypbn climate ART BRANDSOur
HIGH
_ .at llio. I'ulutku' |poMklIIou.' ||| '' conditions aud the topography of South Africa !fOl.D! His OwN DAUoUTCU- STROUSE S BROS.


: ; An unofficial New papor of the Dumooratlo sorb -just distance from home, etc. But Arthur\ ,Lynch l Ifi For year Helling old, to.hln.s own French daughter waiter Jean for, boys' and children's suits are the _ ,_ _ _

,. 'l says it is largely a matter of men. lIe Ip'the? ..-- fro, Pierre Pollbo, :4* Frenchidftnacllan V
: the kind, youjahould keep in your family. V llrlng'at No. 188 West. Tenth
) Y.. _ _ _. colonel of a regiment of Boer cavalry and now a street, New. York, was sentenced t<> GRIND C STONE BRAND VV
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:' -- "" -- -- ...... member -of--the- English-heuse- of.commons. .He 16 yiuwa in prlnoiv anti fined $1OH( by _
Published At Falatka' Fla..., Thursday each week by Judge McMabon.NU'RDLH .
knows Botha Dewet and well C
Delarey as as you Line of
: Large and Complete
"., ;. RUSSELL $ riCKERS.VM know your brother, and in a Paris }paper recently NeAa OiaL"gJiRTI : ROSSMORE MAKE.

;, -'--- ---"-, .........- ....-.-,, .- tails about.theso.finduncouquered., : .h.e.r.ooll.Df, (I Iyds. theJS-year-old. daughter" tf'Joseph ''J"S: o1tEzerythi1' :fxoaacxaera.q.lrxe : : :::
to
)' ; Hunt, of Springfield Mass.! ..
I ( a4/i'.. > many battles! V V has a needle firmly Imbedded In, the '
'\ Zi RUSSELL, EDTO1t( breast au Inch above tha heart, ard
( '", ',- ",, Botha is young in years. A broad) shouldered 'Ne'\Nl!
.
1U removal will necessitate cutting -
,
; giant; muscular as a wrestler and athletic as a prize out one j>f her ribs. Should: the

", :....H.WIIIVI' TIlE MOST BAItBAUOVS.'jl fighter lIe doesn't; know:\ the meaning of fear, and needle w ork I islf downward an Inch ) V' : $ cot
and touch the heart death would :Ja.c.a.xc.a.: .
_ _.\ ?j.' ,i{ ::): ;;sjfjigt'Ish!' )h'aV-e been claiming' all along that the he believes in his cause. Yet, says this English follow* VVllI4

':' t ,>.'k ')Jjoecaijvore) :oonduetiog\ the \ ar in a cruel and barbar'f.i.'S. writer, he has a heart) like a woman's and, he is INTERESTING DlVOHCH SUIT- of Shirts Neckwear

:\': 1-: rous manner. -There are two recent incidents which kind to those about him. lIe is a strategist, a skill The divorce cane of Melvin Corey, : tt.it Our assortment ,

!\\Y'A ",>, shed some light on the question to whicli' is the fill tactician and a dashing soldier, alw ys. He of Elwond, Ind., Is said to have an Hosiery Underwear is the best.
#J. interesting story behind It. Corey ,
.of that indefinable influence
'real barbarian. posesses some over married a pretty neighbor girl ntrnio t '
: Commandant men' that made'Napoleon famous Men wore gladto the pimlllpe commands of his father SHOES
cheepers was captured by the Brit An large Stock of LOW QUARTER
: exceptlonl
and \threatened with diBliiherltanro. ,
( : ish while he woe sick aud in a hospital, and his execution die when the "Little Corporal" of, France asked The father's heart never softened ii I? *' Chiiar)

: ordered. Here ia the story of a soldier who for their lives, and they went to their graves face to and Inst week he died unfor- For L-aie. CenU, poy. MU.e. mn nEadl )

I d formed-one( of the hallow square, inclosed in which the foe and smiling: '' giving will l leaves to the his Itutt.property It Is, said equally that: biB to ( f $' Patent KW and m*n's Corona Colt-Skln, $p d41tIu

DeWet merchant before the lIe his two sons, providing Melvin gets r
J Scheepera let his doom I 'CommandantScheep. was a war. was a

j ; ,. '. erg, was,! 'shot nt 8 o'clock: They brought him from warrior' without knowing it, and .circumstancesmade a the divorce one child.from biB By wife some, otherwise oveifdght to r \. V rfr'' :I.: ..sWdL8HF V ::IaJ.atka

1 F, OWU in; an ambulanceman' : with a band playing and him a mighty general. lIe is about 50 years the old 'gentleman neglected to include ..Mor to M. Loch A Co.
the that the huebiu.dand
the firing party following behind. .When they got old,, vigorous solid, hard and dry as wood. lIe wife.provision itlioukl,-not marry again .

c ; him? to his grave he begged tn be allowed to .stand I. seems to be the embodiment of. war. Resist no is and, It la said, to be the arrangement We Make, FineOonfeoti.or.l.S -
? that the couple shall be .
.. legally (separated
u up and face death, but they tied him' down in a in every gesture. lIe makes his own plans and con-! ,.. the. estate!, .divided according

; cimirjin .blindfolded him.' Then 16 of the 'ColdrBtre'aiu suits.noone." When a project is formed ho is ad \-V to the will, and, a ..aeuoud'.1D1.rl'lu..e. :: .

Ic ; Guards( stood tO pacog from him: and fired mant. The soldiers who follow him V seldom know follow' _. S S And eyoryone who Eats

.. : The volley almost; blew .one aide! of him away, and where he is'! going or wIlY Ie\Vet.flghts( like a hun ANCIKNO) ]DANDIES'! TRBAMDRB .it wants more. Farmers Attention!
.
ter. lIe stalks his lIe is of While excavating for a new tunnel ,
it-was a man surprises
lIe been
I a sickening night. niust have a game. '
of Pennsylvania' Railroad Co., at Our Chocolates and Bon Bone
; 'fcraye man* he did not flinch or turn pale. They lIe glides'and crawls until, the prey is near. Then Oallitznn, nn Italian-workman, UIo- )1 1 lt.'

; .' t bliried, hini'oa'he wos 'and broke the' chair he strikes and England mourns again. V vanna Patulll, unearthed a pot containing are always :Fresh nnd Puretlce and need a plow. We
up upon $2,0(1': ( in.gold and silver, none This is plowing time you may n.ew un
_ 4 : which he, had sat, throwing the pieces 011 top of Delarey is tall, slender, 49 years old' and a fighter. of which beam a later data than 18)16.) { Ma county agents for the
Ice Cream
He. Is preparing\ return to Italy.' Cream. .
L him.'!. At home he is known as the "Silent Man} .lIe ,
It l In, BUppoHod the money wall Becn-t- r'
: .' When it ia further added that the tune played by doesn't talk-he act Jond Lord Roberts says he''is'kind i ed there by Lewis the famous rob- and other OLIVEReHILLED PLOWS.

... and humane.; Other officers have ber'wh. flourished In the vicinity of
Vw .- ..' 'the band that'conveyed Scheepera to death :was a .British paid Altoona In the 'UU. Hot and Cold DrinksFOB. / You all know there's none hotter. We alec have the Atlanta Steel flows.

rollicking one and that the Victim at the time'' was tributeto his gallantry, 'and shrewdness' ,referringto LADIES AND 'GENTLEMEN.The We buy direct, from the manufacturer and can save you tbe middle man's poll

suffering from gevera. wounds the and horror him always as a fair fighter. V ,- HonNOlinaD 'VITH' GRBJ.TlfICSS- Come and see us. or If jou can't do that. write us end'lot us give.you prim. I
rag '
I :5Tr8.\ 'Elin 'Hawdon. who would Children are welcome; they al. We are o'agents for Putnam county for the ; I
; .
_I **, w imagined. ". and three luimaft: eaSbns"f. the failure. a: Blio .liVcllnntll next spring Is dead at ways seem to cujoy It. PLANET JUNIOR CUL TIlRTORS.They \ .
.
het>';''Olne, In Brooklyn ,INV.. 'Mrs.Uawdou Cigars,
Fine, and Tobaccos.L. .
S It was in the hands of men imbued .with these might .nation to conquer a handful of :men, even served IUI' au army i I i make work easy. Men who use them whistle as they .work.. Th..n..e haw I

ii feeling that Gen Mothuen later became prisoner though blood. and money and sorrow have! not been nurse during the civil war, and<\ WIISperl1oualJ.y A. SMITH. the Celebrated IKON AGE CULTIVATOR, and everything In the line ot '
V acquainted with Or ft lit:,
_zr ( : ,in open, honorable battle. Did the Boers murder stinted.. V :. Sherman:! Sheridan and other lead Just, arrived ,t Garden. Tools.
him? well ers.- Uho: *an at the battle- of the
1 scarcely.. They sent him .back to his
V
_i A CIOAKETTELESS 8CJIOOJU V Wilderness, at Shiloh and before Berber & This la going to be the beet year since the ;95'frepxn.. The man who plows Uli. J
., army under care of his surgeon, tailing him to go to VIckNhUrg during the Bulge. Mrs. P. A. 8 'Sons spring and summer, has better pro pecLe for a Rood, profitable reaping time oral
_* his folks and be goodThere'ia'no'question'of/ There aro 800 boys at the academy of "the-- Northwestern Ifawdon's liUHband was a steamboat, fall. Orange grower.* will be In It again; but they. will have to plow. We wiiitk I
engineer/ on the Ohio: river. Lafayette sell them the plows, the cultivator and tho garden tools-they are the .110"
1r I University In' .
$ doubt but that Gem Chicago. .the .old days after his return to America on u Full.line ofo.Carfs named prosperity bracd.! .

_______ 4 .. ; ,, .'Sherman, was right when he, said that "war'is hell," many of them were cigarette smokers. Now you visit waS n passenger on his boat and V V
fell overboard it
was Eawdon'sguod
l but there seems to degrees of devilishness in that could talk witli every man-jack of that school! crew, fortune to rescue him, and for Art"Squares} KENNERLY HARDWARE

_ :' \South African annex with the chances of the forked and not once would you be offended by'the vile.odor that Lafayette service with VhS.a gold watt medal.presented by'V S

f tail ward'going to the'British by an overwhelming' of garettes. S Cabinet Hardware PALATKA, F LA.

't 4.q majority' '' I Dr. H. F..Fisk, of the1 academy studied the ciga HCKAM: IED IJtIOH, -: V
.,
:_ -_-_. ratte question.-- lIe found that athletes .in "training: Five a fast hundred train on'dozen the of Pennsylvania eggs,Rtruckby And tou in firs
eyerything 11(1.
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4S'S: .FUNSTON STILL, A "VOtCNTEEK." are barred from cigarettes., discovered that'of Railroad at 'point near Itraddock .

General! Fred Funat6n is still'' in the hero business the seventy-five pupils having, the highest. standing V Pn.buildings, served around paint about,the coaches a. brilliant and class Furniture Store. V

A lie has been interviewed and banquetted until life in his school, but two smoked .cigarettes. Of the yellow. Passenger train No. 00, going m- 80TH, NEAR OF PROSPEROUS BUSINESS., V
eaatt had stopped at the, station:
_ I looks to him like one long period of unalloyed wor- young follows .who were wholly partially failures, and the express messenger had hauled I Funeral Directorsand ACKERMAH & STEWART

I |*,ship.? Recently by'wa'of. novel variant: for' the 57 per cent used'cigarettes.It ; his truck to to receiving the north the(rack preparatory -

-----'r' q ': monotony he has taken to saying things, and there* didn't take Pr. Fisk long 'to reach .a.. conclusion. to that point. Cases piickiigesconsigned containing S Embalmers ,.

w Ii .ty has illustratedtlie difference 'lIe would have scorned the methods of the BOO dozen of eggs, three mail Wholesale and
between Retail
a regular sacks and a large basket of laundry V S Fugg sts. *$1
Cincinnati board of educationwilch -refused -
to allow
: : ff t .and a volunteer. At a recent banquet in New York ) had been loaded on the wagon. No.
4; Ir 'he undertook to dissertate the a band of .nobl :women to circulate 'a1i i-cigll- 7 going west at a rapid rate swoopeddown FOR SALE.
__ ii on philosophy> the J\J.S'1'RF.CKIV\
on the truck. The were ; For Sprint |
-l 4 1 Philippine situation, illustrate the effect of the arguments rette.pledges among the pupils of the public schools. scattered in every direction eggs and No. Au old entalolisliej fruit! arM -.oT r.A.. u,1UWIC.p' h Garden. Seed rlaotlni.OOTTQIS .

h r at'home'oii the conditions! In' the {islauda He acted. 60. with her long line of coaches was "*',.<- Band in your o..e..
: He called the COQ students..beforehim; : and in given a distinctly yellow hue. c confectionery bu. ines8. Corner .: H
: I o.nd'to ,defin the political significance of public senitiment a : mc'tJ': : : c,1TRE, :: : : .

; :: ., and legislative: action. The criticisms hii' plain, heart-to-heart talk,:told 'them, 'that among\ PRICKLES' ) ANCIENT RELICS- stand! No._ 'KOI_ _Lemon n___ _liIt.rAPt__ __, V. US cents per bottle. Guaranteed by .
,,- educators there is no division,of'..'opinion!i as tothe A priceless heirloom, handed down :' :&&CKERMAN
_ ,: gtpj puDUO-utterances evoked-from the press the gener- the centuries Is In possession of Mrs.( Address Postoffico box 252 Ic A STEWART. DRUCCISTS.Ch'e .
,;ral'states'! "are making him tired," but he still! con- i injurious effects, both mental and physical l, of.c ga- Fanny Leltzbnch, of Buffalo N. Y.

tU''& ', w ; wtinuesto'be' interviewed thus further illustrating rettes,on young men!Jv q have:4lot'fdntohedmaturity.He !! long It is by a three scapular Inches about wide four,' the Inches center Palatka, :Florida[ for partle.uLtra. ';';"m''rtr''rnr''f't'i''r''r"'rr''r''r''fti''''' ; '' ''''';'' '' '' ", '' ; "" '' '' ''''''''

____L, ,5 ,the,tact.that )lie is"a volunteer.!! asked the'm to stop using.them\ oiisve, school, portion of which 'was worn, according mar 6lmFKLI '
.- ;" tuition .to be returned tc' such as 'Were''' not satisfied to the tradition of JUrs.Leltzbllcb's =,
; Gen..Funstgn may be as expert in matters of family, by Oodfrey de .
:. "economy' as he is in-defying death in the flood or a, to abide by the 'new rules V Bouillon during the Crusades. It Is Ire'LOVI!: QUIOKI.Y' Palatka Blcivs

Philippine creek; he ''may be aswell adapted to !'To the credit' of the students{ let it .be said', that-!i /asserted presented that by a this le"d..rof sacred the rello Crusades was Lnfe Montgomery, a returning E ... I IS

.J throwligh't. On "our,colonial policy." ua he is to lead not one left, and the academy, effectually. and permanently -, to one of Mrs. Leltxbach's European Lorch Philippine were soldier married, and by Justice Miss "Sidney' '' ,
ancestors, who was the leader's body- Bry-
., expedition for'the of "modern purged of'a known evil. ant of Council Blutls, la., having Does all kinds Modern'
I4 ; capture a George servant. The present possessor received !; ", liook and JobvPrint
-- -- ---- met for the first time at
; S Washington,", but he seems to forget' that' he is a'soldier The surest way for :Mr. Hanna to prove that our her mother this 18 prlcf-lesa years ago treasure According from depot In Omaha Montgomery the union wn.. ; ing at popular

:e'V V V '- and that soldier ire made-for other to an unwritten law. observed thvfnmllt member. of Co.' M, 1'wentv-noconc: 1 : prices. ,
_ ,...L__ ,.-' '_LuL_, __ .. .u purposes, spring to second place in ship building last year t.hA tullf% la I lnh*> .lfAH Kir by Ii.eidwsl'daugbter Infantry. on hl. way to hi.- i hnm..' n' :
i6 .. -m.u .1J0 tUbdlVlCVT ana lone lAlUBbrUbCU. <<1 weekly ptt.* due ;; New AniHterilmn 'NH Y.: i-th' The'office is equipped with the
'!" was to anticipation of subsidy grants, is to suspend t r: The;;central; portion; ; from i newest material -
? SV i9T!' What>,he said is'not a'lriatter of great import effort behalf of that and of the heirloom, which in believed. to Philippines. lIe was walking about I
:I .... tance except an"it iheda lighten the characteristics on measure, seE I bo the oldest part of It,"'Is but two the when wnitlnur-room he nl- the (Onittlm) depot E and the class of work turned out equals! in ::1
;, whether we drop back. and one-half inches long by one and saw .Mlns Lomb who
4,_ i "; .,,of .the speaker, but...his rather 1 lengthy argument, one-half Inches wide. It contains was there to but for her' hOllle I lu style that of any Job Printing'Establishmeni'in:

1 V : S 'Which he now,claims,,the president desired him to what l Is thought to be some fragment. Loulsvlllet Ky.: They entered Intconversation I
Filipino has been sentenced 10 imprisonment relics and to years' tary. from the sacred garment i= the South. Give
V flfVIl IV? : repeat; ii/Bostorij.waa; much'V Inore than V51M an, acknowl- for sedition In the absence, of detailswe and,sepulcber of Chrirt. they were ongnued.; us a call and learn something' ::1

lhVt1V V ,:elgenient'6f"gratitude, for the honor done him at the infer that the hardened wretch was caught witha NOVEL IDEA or HUMOR about good work at modest prices. I

V '.. .". v buuqi et! aaijjjj. \ was'i striking\ contrast to the- sol- of the Declaration of Henry Kostur, of Coney ..Island Is PATRIOTISM" \ JlBWABDBD'I V I

It V : ', '1diw1.y. ."OJJ.dqct* ofll, ) l late Gen.,Lawton, who was alI copy. Independence. of the opinion.. that bis- daughter Schmahl bequeath to my Krnndson. Otto
the
of
Clara sum
V has the rarest sense of humorof 'iInoo. because
V V
'eoWnwxCudlsd.on for a speech. Gen. Lawton he WAS brave and loyal to hla E PalatRa news I
.:- '... bowed The 'argument that missionaries shouldn't'' : knonnt any-young woman* he has ever try In time of trouble." .CuUn- :Job Office
k iiClnlowledftements/! Being in a merry mood,
and gut
,. when he down's
'PS ,. ,: .blaimed for Chinese\ ,troubles is probably baa d", u<: Mills OUr*, who Is 26 years old, oaus- The above I Is it. provision In time E
iV& V V '. "to the'tn'an.'beside Mm-: I the fact that V': ', .d-.j. ../ letter to be written to her will' of Max Schmalil, millionaire I
*' they meant well. : ; ,:1' .bTOthecKonstant) from sugar king of Germany.' Otto Soli E Russell
: .liz 6iaiet. Newark N. UltktrS-
4 ; am a.,> r I
91 prl
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.' '_- --- -' tt' "'1' t) iI.,1I where she had been visiting ninlil, the bennflclary, upon the de- t r$.
friends, saying that she cl ratlon of war with Spain, was
dead one
: i \ V r--" Indications; are that Mesus1 Nee i and Hath bone, And, arm; uaolng: the date of was her funeral -, of the first to respond to defend the ..umf1 U.Ui. mJUnlJUUU J 1 U.ilJUlaJ1'lUl111UJi. '
l1 m
V s ; '- TilE STAGE -..AN) DIVOKCE COUKT. : will not. participate in the forthcoming 'ev cty't\i! >1[ !,' Kottstant. Koster shownd, the stars and stripes. He participated
4j 1; ",: actor. ., letter-to hl"'I' .r..ntll, who were. too In many, "klrtnlKhe....anil when his -
.
Every.onc10V9 arise .
V ; whjhs an tQ Enounce 6f .
V4 ; Cuba.. V .:: :? ,:; r.. 'prostrated from grief to.go to New wealthy' grand!fat hi r heirJ of the
V ,the per tms who attach a stigma of ''immorality .to .J. ark, but on tbe following day (Fri meritorious deeds of bin grandson he. P'LANTTEM.

; a : i V V i. VS ,. ,the stage It-is generally done eloquentlybiit;;) Dot .V Mr., Money diJ "t need to .tell the senators'I.'that day)of Konstant West and Eight Undertaker'street.. Coney Howard was The fullofjoy.news apprising the young man

,14 V always convincingly, because there are a<> ;many :i'n the oleomargarine bill is unjust; every one of them IslanJ,went to the address given in of his. fortune came In a letter from
? V I ''the'profession like'Lionel La of knew'it.- the.. letter. A a soon as they were Germany Just received by him In The Great '
V
V wreuce njunager) aNew V I ushered into the parlor Miss.\ Clara Cincinnati. liropzh Car LIne .From FI rIda.

:-2 ,r i Yorktheater,_ : '!': :. burst in on them with n. peal of .n'TTiT"C'".''Tt-r--p-rr-c' .. Vv
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-- lauirhter. "I ..
thought I would wake -" ...,.
-- ., ...5.&AOw."ucels a man. ue 11&8 bout nard to. ..osaLrieuIisLe.Mr. 4J-
.c marrymg
V V up you folks,"she,exclaimed; : between ATL&evw' Vo4lao) Lace 'via. ., .
-V Richmond l
V V V ,as able an idea of the sacredness and permanency of Plexnto, !lodgekeeper' at Olrade college, prides the peals. "I thought you were get' IS YELLOW POISON TO FooltT"W.fcl Obadll8&oa.i < ,i ll

Vs9 ;#k ) S 4 "' V the married. state as a yellow dog./ lie now'in the the himself Institution.on bin Intimate The other knowledge lay a bright-looking of the regulation young of that ting too I'd dead better slow stir you for up any a bit.lisa Hal and I I It In nalarlal your blood P PhysIcians call iHE Ildbl j I TaB IDIIiOD.BOU'nlUIf 1411.4'f via Savannah.. Columbia, and Wiii.j

V V VV .5 divorce courts after seven months of married life. hoodlum of some 7 years of age, carrying a telescope bug l hat! hal! It's the best joke, ns and changing Oerm. It un be.eea VI t ALL'1I4U..
V and with a cigarette Jauntily poised in his mouth; en- ma thinking me dead. I How red blood yellow under
SV"k lIe has had'five' wives .from behind the .footlights tered th*college. they I microscope. It woVlcs day and Tbe Soutbeni. B' .
take It? Overcome were they, t Oh, v" Jeaup,AUAItI, and cbattaiioor..
./ lt : VV and he is still young. It is related that he was wed- ""''aT, I want to come to tlitu school," said life visitor. my, oh, my[LI think I shall tile1eugh1ng' of I plexion night. First.It turn your com TO West t 1:1:}The Loul..UI.I: Nasbi lile via Montgomery..
_ V ."You cau't bere yellow. Chilly, Tile
If smoke that TUB Southern
come thing" aching
cled you answered The brother angrily told 1 R'y Tia $avamumsJm.
Vj "J once as a:, "sort of-a Joke, and several times.oh Peixoto. sensations creep down The HoWie" Columbia aDd Aabeville.
V V his sister what he thought or her. your Oblo B. R. .Ia .
V r j V VS .,impulse. :T.IJ: the last case a friend'suggested' that "Well Iii throw 16 away,"wan the ready reply. Then the girl ordered him and theundertaker j IHukboae.: You f.r' weak cod Via Savannah Montgomery.'PO
.. "In your father living?'' naked the worthle. and Ooean Steamship Com'.n for New Tort
V lodgekeepcf."Course out of the house. K '
he did. "My '
V and he t
marry so he Is.'.' said the boy.. dniiv-liter's. 'Joke makes me ROBERTS' as }L Philadelphia and Bocton vIa. NTIk for N. Y.,Wash. and SM'
V There are good men.and good women on the stage "We don't admit pupils whose father are not d. MltTher. father weep CHILL TONIC TEE I Via Bavanuab and Merchants 4 Miner T/anspoitatloa l..
V han., ." will stop the paay: for Baltluora. ,
V trouble
*;; V I .. But in human lives a class seldom' "beef.. 'V now. It VIA ..
measured
BTBAUSBIP.
S by was the response. "Then to get In I've got l\d'j PROFIT'' IN TRRowiwp-FITS- .1 enters the blood at .onca and
:, V V its virtues, but often by its'tniadeeds i and the mati kill the old man. l>at's tough Philadelphia Times Because George drive. out the yellow poison. To Key West 1 U 8 Mall 8t&1amRhlpe of the Peuinaur *. Oooldental ,,"
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Gray, .81
g. old
i 4'4i' S V years I!!t neglected and skip. Co. Port ... .. ._ _____...
- V V I i rimonial affairs of the' .people who act often ----- h.... th. tmural. fit ...IfI,.rnnnf la.vtf .n.J when Chin. Tamo. to- n KAY_, W... W" u-----.. ... uuuuv .u"or_!.IlHYANAI1 ,_
L V reveri. ( AND'
paraded Night-Sweau
onn iW'Ift\ siir'j.1; j ;; : and a gen- The Plant
V .., for advertising not calculated. Doth Mistaken. .r.1! break-down com 'I.t.t.. I System.
( purposes, are to has been. able victimize. Three Shr... Ever"
A:; V '. VV V increase the respect'of humanity. Most people be- V "ify friend,"said the "'an''Wltb the patch over his wealthy and V sympathetic people many,, 1 Utto Robert-but Tonic will cure you :Mondays,,, Thursday Wellll. Leave* and port Tampa V a II..
wait ..
tfetwtlaye. I
"excuse me for detaining. a moment but The at the 1 r Prevent oro.OVA :
I iV1 eye you surgeon Presbyterian future sick/ Via
4 ::4 V 'lieye in the old fashioned, kind of 'morality. They ,"What I.It?" asked the citizen! whom lie had address. hospital. New York.after a rigid ex- I, turera The manufac CA fm BHVHIMfTM ...%.nil I Boston and Canada AUantlo and Plan Steamship tin"l j

IS. i : may not much'aboui.it; but the) man thinks of ed... "If It'. a'pair of gold-rimmed, spectacle-. you've animation of Gray, pronounced him low poison know and all about have this y.|. :: ;|.DWAaiM"VWINTEft )f Hahlax.. Bawkesburjr and CbarlottitowD.ISL.Lle. i
V V .found *nd are willing to sell ,for a dollar I don'.t. need physical ourloalty. lIy his "faking1'' Pf/rf.cted
V V V : has mother] *beu. wifelioocl is th* issue,, and the woman any gbiases.. If It'.a, gold ring wltli a ruby setting 1 he basso. Income of t'M: and upwarda nourish Roberts' Tonic to drive It out; TOURIST TICKETS .Ill be on gale NORTHEBA I
V 0 V throughout t"
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? EASTERN.
S V cares most for the man wjio loves onco. and fok don't wear. Jewelry.. If you hav..n't bad anything;to eat day. His method was to fail to appetite your yetem.. restoni 1 Plans WESTERN aDd OUTBeBH T"'fEH. walt riotMa. B f
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purify the
__ blo System,
k for twenty-four' hours I wish' I had yonrappetito. If It* the sidewalk in front of fine dOling the 88lUoOn 11101-1001 .orlawta
private
always. They have little patience with the. Ifght vanS and cur.6hlll,. F.v.rP.Ba I liberal. .top-ov., limited to return oeill May: >
In tunnel residences. he
show prlvllege
c., aa explosion a you want to jne.'I've seen. Usually would be car Malaria ia .Florida. ADDRESSES PAMTlKd IN !rII
,, Iota of 'em. If It'. '-" ried inside and dosed It cured< thou. NORTH soul to the Of
idea of with und..l'ltlpecl
V V marriage that permits an actor to wed and Divorce ; i- restora andIt will and will "* liberally supplied with all> fafcfi.a& 8
"You to be almost tive" After cure ) or I advertising j
seem aJ poor a Judge 'of men as-I revlTlnor-that In, to all 'CHI.l your matter _
,till he finds a wife who meets his requirements' am," Interposed the other, with a melancholy "...1111... appearance* he would tell a pitiful It.money back. ThU! T.toair.. Try For taformatloo to Rittee. 1I1.8 >ln"Car wrltlt"
Price. 2S MF Ecuervatiom
V' or.an actress to marry husband tell the word "love" "I am stranger In town and I auf trying to find. soni*> story about hU misfortunes, and cents. For sale by )(. I'JLLT. gl lTlatoe ete.'eal'* '"or
body that direct to th of of and Aokerman A Stewart.. 133 West flay IPaaiwAougeg "geD"
can me *headquarters the Bap gifts money sympathy would' Street, AAtor 810011. '
V becomes .lack.Ule.I' '
/ ; .. a mockery., tlst Publication society.. "-Chicago, '1ffb ne., V be lavished on him. W1 B.,&N1U.u: :, (0 -.,,c.. J .W.VWRLNy, '
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The Easter services at the M. Z. .

CRESCENT- church Sunday evening was lead by Mew GO'o'ds.'

.T CITY NEWS. singing Mrs. Ford was wife particularly of the pastor.good The and Spring'Big

_ the church was tastefully decoratei
'I. A baiter's dozen of Comolte wentto Line of Mens' and Boys' ,Hats,

"t- f j-J 4-- iP-,'-"-'* I huntington Sunday: on ilK, to attend Big Line of Hens' and Boys' Pants. .
resceiitbt? Mm. K. Conant of JackBonvIll I The "Juniors" Crescent the Easter< service ,
City' Gone but not Forgotten.The returning 011 Big Line of Mens' and Boys' Neckwear.
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and Mrs. A. I. Blancbard of Chlo ;younger team of nspfranta to b tt'nebI' till meet otutirul location I lr> fur. disappearance of an rooentrl Big Line of Laundried Shirts for
_ _ u., Tile town Is l in the ..utli mMiorn'' i'*rt of ago\ spent Sunday in town RUUMU at ball honor, ban Just received: direct fisherman Rev. Mr. Ford lost his way Mou Hen. ,
named
'utnam onuniy, itt n.iJeii. from PaliukA,and I ICreCoiled Dayton Carpenter
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i 658 '
yards and Lace.
by elit,fnr ummttr or jwU.'os4.| OreevnfUjtr *- Crescent Iniu The ladles ware .from Chicago all the necessary i causedsome anxiety the few day. morning on his Journey from Embroidery ;
_________ lotion high ground whiM Ets..egraee* among Welaka and unexpectedly. arrived at '
Beautiful
charmed with little well for Into the Line of Pearl Dress
: our place us equipment getting knew Buttons.
_ hilly. from thn-wiwt bunk of arenaem Lhotlt gamin who him last week. Carpenter home. They used to say that "all ,
_ _ _..from.lIul.bo.throe" 'of to Csf Ceo..r waUir mile. 18 t lu", II..width..in loriitiftml 'rite an the delights of the river ride both tityln. The ttiltn masks, bata, had camp at the head of Haw roads lead to Rome;" It happens f requently Fine Display of Allover Embroideries.

piece la ".111"111 out in1 town sod trove lot. goinga.nd coming. balls, ero'l were received on Friday Creek. Hero he hunted and fished ; in the case of a newly mar 500 yarJs of Georgia Cotton Plaids.
the former oooutltutinc. a portion ofttia town remain last since which time thd team ha rind man, that "all loads lead to
The launch ,
b.ntlx block In wliiui-. lying i butwnen tlakM ." "Spray" will and occasionally when 'in need of "
__________ -lnR0CpaMtmtoil the emit anil, Inko Btflll here until the 12th inst. which been devoting considerable time to he home. These are a few of the very latest arrival In NEW SPRING GOODS for Man,
on brought fish to this. place
money
_ _ .
went. The level of Inko COnic lit 4fl foot
:tMt than Ihitt of lobe Oroitotmt Hum, rrJt day: Capt.. Adams expects to start on practice. The club. i U anticipating which lie readily sold. Two week. The ladles of the V. I. A. had a Women and Children Just received at the stereo!
tog pArfoatdrfelnaan. Tua wnwrof lake tUnll loan collection exposition on Thiirs
Jt bee lIe.uuron sprIngs cud 1* kept olteoluloly the home trip. The UttTe boat has an acceptance of its recent challeng ago after such a sale and n trip to day afternoon of last week Sod 'in J.
f by th. town niuhorUlu wlio I have"....1. 1 II to the Palntka' Juniors In which W. MILLE'R:
__ _______ pureu? 'H moan*>r to ln, anjr wy oottistnlct, It. been in almost constant deuvand for Palatka for whisky he returned. conjunction therewith lerv\;;\ several ,'
'. PIt Plata HVHUfin.' RAlIwnvtoank : tAiu>tiMsi Ohs' went- plonloa and excursions slnca its arrival event they hope n.dxpe t to comeout .. He wan seen bta few and then suddenly gallons of tea and some cuke CITV ,
of hike. btnilii. two mtlo*. faun; Urn townanil The loaned articles on exhibition QFEN-r0 : F'U.'A.
the content with their first .ca.Jfi :
a little steamer. -convoy. poafMtiitfor and, here. disappeared. His boat still .
were beautiful ancient antique -- --- .
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freight and from tile town end tireuoout City >-
Junction, the raIlway Hbit.on. The annual town,election will occur John McOandleHi expects to leave lay at the dock. Later in the week unique and altogether the affair wa NEW SPRING STOCK Of

,',' The trip by ateatitttf, from Palatka. of.Jaakaoru. ne'it T esday. There Is but one for hi. home Kllzubf, N.J., today parties Interested visited" hi. camp sui generis. It was enjoyable also
vllle I Is one ot the muwl delightful water rlitnnIn
iho whole:' country, and Uie uaHaoiwr::: who ticket In the flj-ld. so that thtire! will Mr.. MpCuudless\ who last February but while his blanket, cooking uttn and successful. :'DE GOGDS
take till trip I is held, entranced, from start bi the passed the .80th) mile In alls etc. theie The meet of the ladles of Sunshineat
anl.b. At a point nine mile ontii of Palatka t>a an absence of excitement and post Annveiitful gun, were there w. S
the ateitmer' leava the St.John .and. tmu..r.Vo.p Interest which usually attends a life; and who, :with his <*atlmabie no evidence of the owner. Bnturd! ;y All View Cottage on Tuesday afternoon
river .a rather' narrow. bub feortnouHatreatn of last week is Bpoken of by JUST OPENED A T '
llnail on either aide by a tUluk. growth contest,-thors will also be a much wife, hint/ summer celebrate last as nothing had been seen tli those who
: were aa being a
of nypreva, echoed ploil000to.-l100rlLcbio fore, .i present C. L.
tinmval. The .1....'. curves ...*.-.barp cladffoqIent lighter vote. their goLden: wedding anniversary, heard of him some came to the con particularly delightful occasion GHAMBERLIN'Q.
and there' le never a lung ie.."h ofWilier has been coming to Crescent City for elusion that he had fallen into the Mrs. L. M. McNab gave a reading as We Invite tile ladles to examine our Stock botore
lion and Edwin Gilbert purchasing
Mrs. elsewhere
thin I stream the aUtanmr emorgos Into 13 ''Winters BO that he seems quite lake while In a drunken condition did also Mrn. O. li. Robiimon who also Stock of Slimmer lIais Just errlved for Mon no,..
',th0 broad and beautiful, I Lake creation: A run I ranged. pleasant excursion party .to like one of us. In spite of his advanced Enquiry however. revealed the tact sang a solo and the social features How about torn Hamilton-Brown Shoes: f They wear like Iron. Every pair
of an hour and a half lantln' the4 panHaiiger at Haw Creek on Ftiday last. In honor Were something to be remembered guaranteed.. Bomember are headquarters for
Ureeoent Cloy. the eteanior'. aouthnimn and chronic of that when lust here he the famous Buoksklu .ortnwBM.
years a case seen was not What else was done .
deponent suyeth They fit and
lauding The boat loavu Javkwiuvlllo. nt tt a.kn. of their RuRsts, Dr. and Mrs. Lowe. wear, give entire satisfaction.
every Tuewluy. Vhnrmlny end Haturdny," asthma, Mr. :McCandlens is a remarkably Intoxlcattid.- Later it was learned not, as no gentleman Is allpwed ti
ralatka l .at S p> n.. the sonic day a. Uuturnlnir, It was u pel foot day and the ride well-preserved man, and that some who had to profane these mysteries and the Our Groceries are Always Fresh, and Prices Lowest. :
'ih* boat leave Greeutmt CIty on MoUII..,. W<1 bead ay lOUd Friday nt 7 a. in., arriving at !la. still business Interests the nearest East .Jtailroad (I. L.
m.anllgers"llIrge Coast CHAMBEULIN Crescent City
hooks. a, ill 0. ni. and at JmikMonvllle; ; at 4HO: launch Spray' proved.' most enjoyable It was noticed that many of the ladies ,'in.Let's .
.|>. to. WQ pniwiu ever took the elohlieo Urea* to all who In biN northern home. Ha takesa station later on In the week of his carried bundles and boxes. -,- ,
: : outing participated.
,wut for ureeoent, city wlthtmT expurlonclnityiew I great interest in Crescent City and disappearance him train. -
saw on a
s.as-
.iP neiisatlon of plt>aaure .nd"short atop at
Ti the bug little'levered city the muite place.i *any. moo or woman a life. Friday Maj.] lest G. G.for Wescott a summer's departed outing on at keeps posted on the' movements Df and that Carpenter told them he wr.s A PRYSIOUN \\BITBH.' Gome to an Understanding

( 'In the town .proper are some of the mod our people through! the New. going to Miami. "I am desirous of knowing If the
his old Ala.. The profession
btt..ullr..lla..moo to be found In the mio' and home Itllev,
file people) are cultured and pruMnuroun, Dr. M. C. Welch I lii seriously contemplating Carpenter Is a man of more than can obtain Herblo In bulk, for
'There' le good *oh, :,ol, two ohurchoa-Kplaco, major expects to be absent about a prolonged trip to. the ordinary education and one who has proscribing purposes? It ha. been of: If we can on this subject)
pal: and Proebytorlan-olad' two good hotula, four mouths and as he has been a great use to me In ttt'atlollll..see of dinpepsla : ,
piHide pleatiant private plocea I whore board 1101.th.in which event after a visit probably seen better days.. His conversation -
..non. "'" obtained.. fluted I and b""rd'11, house faithful resident of Crescent City for brought on by excesses or ovprwo.k.
...r ieee are moderate. Thpeojtle, bavepro- four be expects to fill the timeof with his parents In Kentucky lie abounds In witticisms aucle I have never known It to fall inrestoring Then we will sell you some shoes tin's spring. Do you: want
.led wolMuipt! ii'ilf link for tile entoruilu years will take a post graduate course In a Is something of a cartoonist. He tho orgiins Hffooteri! to their
good stylish shoes that fit and well
ont of thoue who like thin amusement.Jrewoentciiy his outing chock full of pleasure. wear at a low price
ha more orauRu ticrove tIltinthOti ending medical college. })r. Welch Is a victim of consumption doesn'i healthful activity. bOo per bottle at ;
other tows In tba Orange culturo- :,The official members of the Presbyterian Ackernmn i Stewart's: Palatka and "We Want You
to and
Al ..the loAdtnu occupation. of the peopleatid the feels that he needs the rest. His expect linger long on earth Lounds' drug store, Crescent City. to TTnd.ereta.ndL
aMity of tilt fruit ho* long betm refffirded an church Are making most almost ovidently has become reckless from
We
: practice, covering as it does have 'em Men
i
lurfor got right here.
to that grown lu any other aeotUm of Women and
......... AlmoHb avery oltlaen of the 1.1...... commendable effort to increase the he; entire Fniltlanil: peninsula hfcs a full knowledge of his Impending ; 4

e*grove a well-kept low of grove the lnoorix* mny. >ratloa...f-whIch wblleotlnirsVteod oenupy" pastors celery for the fiscal year beginning necessitated many long night rides 'ate. He owed some bills, but he Children, look for the Red Seal.ori't .

Into the country back Tho mnrahitntaC with the present mouth.- Dr. left his blanket frying pan two
with In all kinds of weather =
Ureeouut City are llvn "JU" : thoy *I liuwvk Hooves has renlly been receiving: less exposure empty jugs and other camp equip. : O-o .. k.:: 7v7-a,3r to :Bu.37Until : -
> *of good which would credit to nuutythe and his system Is so charged withmalaria ment In partial liquidation. It Is not
.ai' larger MillIe. of the ....10. Living money than his predeeesBors,"and allwill' you, price our Clothing) and Dry Qools. Ours Is asofe place to dial.COItTIE .
.. ... .rthau almoMi any "othuc town.lutbe. I that he feels that change Is a-- .
Vendllj? 'agree' that this .gtIe. ... I necessary to prevent a complete !Ir Unuker'a Itecltul. t"he
in The.tr. are lined with Rhode treca andimUvUyeoakH. Often Shoe ::1\:4a.n.: :
not longer no to be.
and broad almll-' walk I are breakdown. Dr. Welch's faithful There ,
ti.i: ; was an unusually large
Ija4 In on many iba principalettoatac direction*. Jllay'jlu path Tbe residence at the 'ooruer of services In this section have earned audience at V. I. A. hall on Monday --

iIi Central avenue*and Summit street evening the occasion being tho postponed Such an
r =-=-- :-= Mm a rest, and If his going is' to re-
I ,':' Parti; .In Cr ac.iit= City detaining't-; hub occupied by A. B.'Torrey and owned sult.In his benefit our people will recital of Mrs. Josephine ARE ,
tribe tow this paper or wishing to renewlr Bunker, assisted by the Mlssentlutchlnson ExceptionallyFine 1 ANY
.mMmrt.fcloii. heretM may leave their by Mrs.' .1.., J, Horton of AttUboro give \htm up with a godspeed if sobe as pianists and Mrs. K. ,
Me...aodi ntuD.'with Mr. ...u. LouudM' att Mass. has Just been treated to a new 'that C. Williams .
who b authorised he doesn't stay away too and Mr. C. H. Preston Line of
) lJ.tonkbeI sprln .suU of white! paint .itnd from long. as vocal soloists. The entertainment YOU HEAD
: '; was given for the benefit of
ril location adds
Its
l very prominence '
:Easter Sunday In Crescent City the school fund.. Mrs. Bunker Lawn Edging '
sustained :
WBRK BnUlNO .AMOII IB. Itfrj.LI K.1>..wit to the of the '
A MB. tI* EMVBR. materially appearance was a marvelookly beautiful'day.. her reputation for clever ( *
I J : 14.tit. Mlb. down town district of the place. character delineation and each of DEAF ? : NOISES?
p.) fi,. fur AH nature was In perfect harmony Has been shown
f :March ,. f.IIt.P.M.9. P... U bettd b.. The sale of the Gilbert cottage on with the joyousness of the event her numbers were roundly applauded
..... 'a th '0 tI1I' as were also all the numbers on ALL CASES OF''C
: .. M. 'a fill 'II ItS Summit street Is reported, the purchaser which the day commemorate The the musical part of the program.BEAINrOOD In Putnam

R5 ftl 60 .1 61H being Miss Grace Gilbert a warmth and brightness of the sun a p.p DEAFNESS OR HARD
.llIo."r.r t ,.tIC U 83. 1 nj 1\.t : HEARINC
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..':. 6 a. Ill 01 niece.of Hon JKclwIn Gilbert, the the varied and fresh green of the NONE8EN8E. CountyWe -

.i '.e3 en 10 ti Ill 04 711 hi 6.1 itt former o rner. The consideration is trees\! the flowers and opening buds Another ridiculous food fad has been Have ARE NOW CURABLE .

\=\== ==*....,....".-- --.- stated to tmvs'been $1,000.' If is reported the! air heavy with ,w.et.odors and branded by the moat competent authorities. by our new invention. Only those born deaf are incurable.

s+>* %* that Miss Gilbert expects to the song of birds seemed to force tint that. one They kln-l have of dispelled food I.needed the silly for notion bruin, Two Thousand HEAD l NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY. :1

$ tit, the 'cottage up' as Oj home and lesion of the resurrection. Services another for mustilea, and still another for

E: Personal and Social. tbatcbe Will spend a large portion of appropriate to the day were held at ''I bones. A corraotdletwili not only nour.lelo Yards at r. A. WCRMAN OP, BALTIMORE.Bu..o.: SAYS.. Md.. Starch t""

each year here. the EolHOODal and Presbyterian '! .a_particular! ,part.of the_body! ., .b tlt GaUneoe:_Being entirety. cured or dul".... thumbs your 1""II.n..l..111 now 3G.gave 09o1.yes ::1 VI';'
full ,
- - - - win sustain every oozier pare xei, now a hh.iory' or toy u.e, to be used at your iiacrwtloua" ,.'
!Jofrit.C..J.. McOrady beeivipend-\ ,C H ,Marsh left, tor his .borne at churches; both of which wire ,appropriately ever good your food may be. Its nutriment loc, 15C and 25C my About hesriag' flee In thie year.Oer 550 oItrriy."'Y right ocr ....."10.iog. anal 1101.kept 0. .Ulol- _roe. ...Ull. ,lo.. It

lenrlebU,. central New York yesterday decorated for the occa- le destroyed by Indigestion or dys I uitierwent; : treatment or c&errh for three itionthe. wlthoit averts.. 0..11. y
y Hig ft'few days In St.'AtfgUBt.ine. : With the exception of a sion. Nearly everyone went to pepsi You must prepare for their apearsuo And'we' 04t or hy.ld..., ..nog, .'he... II.....o.t, .ml"e"l .or.peel.II.1 01 any ths.lly. who bid m.5 .cp lOst idt

I ''.Piuil if aml'b'Sn! : (ttorn .!ian 'e- weekdon tha east coast as far asitlaml church. Both pastors discoursed > or prevent their coming by only Iliea ee ma
celved 1U flnliitilng touches of'pa t.t. taking regular doses of Oreeu'a August I ""A1V."a7'Sr} .<1.."."...'"'. acciilenlally, in a New York paper, and ordered voartroatmenU _".
Mr. Marsh has spent the entire upon the general topic of Christ'resurrectionthe r.ower. the favorite wed loin... of tbe Will ,. need It ouly few d.y. aceordlna" to your direction. the nol....,,;...... and 'fl
.Mao'k' Dwv'ls theme which "o-d after live .week, rnjf heurini In the dl.ea_l ear .Ia.. .been entirely. .....0...... I tli.nk : '
on yea
I ; WHS a pt8nenger" :Jon winter season in Crescent City healthy millions. A few doges aids digestion beartlly...d..beg to remain Very' truly youris ,.. ""
'ti e Creiteene, Pulatka lust M"n4&7 luring ,which .time he has. made a this Jay held the attention of all stimulates the liver to healthy GuaranteeYou P. A. WKRMAN, 730 8. >>_"".1'. Baltimore,Md. -Ii

'- : .. friend of everybody in the place; and Christendom.: But lu no one place of action, put Iflee the blood, and makes you Out treatment doe. not interfere with yousuuai otcupaHon..TJ. f

"Ii:. his Is of to earth did nature more generously eel bouyant and vigorous. You can getDr. never -.: ::u''f;: n" YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF at" '."
';.!I Ore cent City's poxcli crop will be departure a cause regret O. O. Green' reliable remedies at AT HOME :: : 'J

"n.j xtlnorder-* .anU it will". ba a blK every one. AU hope to see. ,: him conspire to assist God's ministers In LouDde' drug store, Crescent' City, GetGreeD's Saw INTERNATIONAL AURAL. CLINIC 596 U SALLE AVE, CHICAGO, ILL. 4 \')
(uei' again next winter.' expounding the mystery contained Special Almanno.

-.J.. 15. Lindsay of Davenport, It is getting near the end of the In the words "we shall not" all sleep POMONA.Mrs ... Their '

\\tow iVae: a guest at prove Hall. !fat tourist Boimon,. but Grove Hall was but we--shall, be- .changed... .- Duplicates at ,

.4Mk. .: ?.' -', crowded to. the roof two or three Colored Methodists.The N. E. Plplar and Mr. J. D. !;

'The Bhlpment ot lour In ta from tbla dllYs lust week. Among the arrivals i Vythe were Easter shoppers In Pal- .;
colored Methodist church has Cents \
atka last
on Wednesday.
the 10 d baa been not especially noted were Chaa. 5
clurlug pant "ya
... Lawrence, Erwin, Pa.; W. H. Brad- a new pastor la the person of Be.. Mr. D. M. Perry has been vleltlnll'the ,

v-tohettt h' New York; F. H. Carpenter, I..W. Wiley who wee assigned to Charleston Exposition. Per Yard : I
ey>
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/oseiil> MoKlrar.popular .guest of Chicago :J. H. Ouerbacker Louls- titlf.churoh b1'tbe recent confer- I Geo. Bagley and family will move ASTONISHING OFFEflL!!
be'wluter at Grove llall left /tfr'bla ; to Chicago soon. A. lias ford has '
: session Bartow. Kov. IJ
at
"ll1i1is; .'A. Gardner New Jersey; D. mee Wiley More I ,rt< < k>m<.U UI la iWkdmMmU,
m Thor Iookitwaj0' L.I.;. latSt has been In the work of bought their place. Honey. lo.a.o,ho.ho.p'f.eetd Sf000.xlhnw .ri.rl .U. l>ra. InordOT J
prominent .
B. M: aley,. Sanford and M., H. Rev. H. M. Lawson spent Keveral M olmltethmo.l Ito bMMflt of th Ufgv ptoM 10.1.5 I .M*
INidOflun CII dIr.fl 0.
COVO 1.t4dd to acO t5.0.nfle.t Z
turday. church
Chambers, New York.1 his for several years and has days of last week on the east coast. TheC. 00 WhotIn .,ot Cl t M U,.. M..I... 0

|.iL] :A; BulfarJ. Is.'making frequent held some of the more Important Mrs. O. S. Hendrtcks Is visiting iTlBEAUTrj. PRIZES EEIwiss ,
II. Williams and
Mr. and Mrs. K. ..
Mf*..t.<**.r f.rj.m,!.TY-W*M** rniCWbT >nb
and the as" well *
to yulutka latterly gen-, tatttorates, as preslding her Miss Dora lu
tfiij Webb .
daughter UMc
little left via steamer Cres. a000ctee daughter Palatka.Mr. H. Preston s>u a Mikh..**win tiw Aawiurnu.* nuu aswof th ** 1 that ba J JB tojpne eldership. He preached his first \
Supposition *
up. .
their home In New York lastr 1-0-se-earn.MM|MTV nkklUmt W tabM 500 IM IMrM****
ent for I..t. and his A. L. Hodgen and friend ol _ wind M>d 0.MtalM.AHMricMi oornot nd MM*,bwt WnkHMr| on :/,
la estate. Sunday appointmont -
ermon
bin deal jreal :|t. I.e......IMrol.h..54 eCi lee S 1110105. I oOOO V0.l0. C ''
lad Monday morning. They were, accompanied gives general 'satisfaction to Spencer, Iowa, were In -town last l _ IMme Pip*.I fMialn*MMnclMvn Clew Hutdv.I |MiaIti 5N Mwhwus ,!,
ttoeand. Mrs- Lowe tttrmln by Mrs. W D. Wllllau week. Company OCYC Uolitor. 1 rmttr iMlkwr TobMM p Mh, 1 lTr > ** |M>VTfca .
> kh box,I PMC!miff button*,1 Wll*> MlW tntton. I *rkkoldar
the
olr vlHlt at the'home,of Hon. Ed- who earlier than Is her custom his membership. Rev. Uiulley, The Sunday school gave a 'very en- It,. I pdr riMi*battoa, .t 4mbtfj,hlM nd P bM>ttlf l Ot5. "
goes Iui 1-nraln hMvlly Uh f U plalwl. All th M 14 t>UcM< HlhtMMbM 0.It..o.Ccb.aS t
flli- Gilbert and left for their COI -. hi order that she may have the asIstanoa former pastor has been assigned to tOyable.Ell ter concert In the church Crescent t.b..tInqu.flb.uktflf.rt.iOflUnld! W wll 4MM*ln .
otlcut home last Monday. the church at Port Tampa. evening. Next Sunday *"
\ climateIn ftrkTh
01 a more bracing Rev. O. W. Jenkins who 'while night Rev. Lawson will give an i IIustrated :
|Quests at Grove Hall with tome; hastening her restoration to lecture In the church in City, _ 10. ti1*,, 0o.107.55.14 lye.M one Ia.,..ra.Oa 100.. te :wi
hie'RPp'olntment at
ivlted friends In excurtoT'Hk'w : tilling Orange of tho C. E. service l4..hn.Ss..a..1.hs.non tsa.n. Th..ioN int'l1v.
indulged an regular
( e'ltli.1! place .ovthlsee..4..el..db.fro Wtot.t106:0.1 .. ... ..
City, has continued to reside here Fla. ... : .
: Creek the.'lajinch"pray : Misses Mercedes Keown Mamie =z.6. isLE I ,
n' on\. \ : -Sam Uuerbncker, of Louisville, fl"
has been transferred to the Central
orrlson[ and Alda Gardener attended \
Wednesday of last week. &
on. Ky. In town a day or two last ..
was Florida Conference and stationed at the Teachers' Institute In Palatknast ....
r.nd.Mr... boo F.- Morse left for week n guest: at Grove. Hall. Mr. Waldo. His family will.continue io Saturday and report a very

101%; 4noine,.,In. Pobhand.Me.,. onpiursday Ouerbncker Is president of the large reside here. profitable meeting. -
much. lo the Mrs. C. A. Knowlton Miss Emma Headquarters: for
of last week; wholesale Ouerbaoker Glhnore Grocery Rev. J. F. Allen who has also continued iFINE \
ot their wide circle of friends. and Olmstead and W. S. Mlddleton were GROVE11ALL.
net Company iof Loulxvllle, ,to make this his home has In Palatka last Saturday.W. .

t Mr. and Mrs. :J. K.: Mitchell and was here on a visit of inspection to been reAppointed to Yelverton. B. Middleton made. trip to LIQUORS *:

f r.. W. N. Bennett of Gales burg, tbe Clifton property liv, which be Is lad tie been willing to move from Georgia recently and brought home .====. t

III.. scent a portion of last week; in III ter eg ted. The Clifton property is here he would have been assigned toa a fine driving horse..

,wn and were guests at Grove haiL situated 80me'six miles south-east much more Important work. : Mr. Weyth who ha been' In town For unexcelled.cxnellenca location From' 1U this brand nonulAr-remndab HotelIn Such as the Famous Green River
I ,
Lake Crescent. for three weeks, left Sunday for his
'Services-were beld at the Orpvole' on Crescent City has furnished a home in Cambridge, Mass. m..lftceot view*or. bad ID kit direction. Without ; headache -

Methodist; Eplsoop'aIlbh, rchiutb. ; Thomas P',>>addock was here overStoturdaySunday larger crop of colored preachers to Mr. Arthur Keown has accepted It overlook beautiful Crevoeni Lake on one Bye a Whiskey a
ad I.eke 8t llA the otherIt
,'last Sundarnornlng.i and and Monday on the acre than almost any town of Its nother>po ltlon in a Welaka store. 4de II*quiet charming,, homelike piece,on atw.>. well Golden Wedding, Jed Clayton,

ere was an unusually large. oongreatlon : Isit to his sister MrsJ.C.Grlmsley glie In the state, and that 10 many of : People In Pomona and vicinitywere filed with goons who enjoy' the rut ...blobIbl. Lord Baltimore Rye Paul Jones Pri

_ : On his return Savannah )Ir. Haddock them have gained: prominence Is a sorry to hear of fire at Welaka I*ahftnnlng city: afford '

took. with. him Master Tom matter of pride to the local' church. burning the store and entire"stonks HUNTING FISHINU, BICYCLING., vate Stock &0.
]jay..C rll returned to.'New Yorky !
i of Clarence Greenwood and L. M.- aIIAONIVICrNT- .
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whom he. intends to not -
_ Sundays train. The gondola was Grlmslty, Leod last week. It ls hoped they OOLr LINK

_ teamed up in his honor and large only Introduce to metropolitan, life A New 'Industry. will be back In business soon. Two' b'ook from the hotel." Uae of Link tree Go to West End Saloon

umber of people escorted but to show the glories of the! Charleston I Q. W. Been th"lI v stores operator -a to Hotel gnent ,

young :Exposition. After. few days of In the Dead lake region Is now So'Swan AND PbiAsiDO nr' Tisrt. _lIOn opens November tt.Kvary .

1m to the train.: sight seeing Master Tom will be engaged In grading and laying the Mrs. O. Peterson 025 Lake St., Tope.: : room has bee* occupied during the .J. W. Hagan.
_moonlight excursion: was, given i ka: Kan.t .pem.kiil'i of Ballard's Hore. ..Mtto eaona and those who delr" atoommodtttlon >
hipped home in cars of Plant. 8ys- Iron for a railroad to connect his turpentine .
_ the l launch'Spray to Dunn's Creek hound Syrup says t 'It has never full *for the coming MaMn *bouldaddrreM
tern conductors. still with' the lake,. a dis- ed to give entire satisfaction and of all the proprietor
of last week. .. .
La i Tuesday' evening" Mr.. .and Mrs., Fred B. Close of ance of four mile., He i Is also en- cough rerre<.llea. It is my favorite, and I -- -- -- ---,------- ,F -
ost of the.:younger: -society1 set ,ore oonfwss to friends that U ,
'mill must mv many .
Arizona terminated a pleasant visit gaged In building a saw 'on the -
C. Horton
enjoyed the tldeH will do and has done. what Is claimed Mm
place
', ot some five or six weeks > with their lakeshore. And the' road wll) boune- for Ito tpeedlly cure a sough or a cold ; r==: SOUThERN RAILWAY -_ .

Mla Blanche Oliver, of Lake City, parents last..Mond when they left ful. not only as an outlet for his and It I Is so sweet and pleasing In taste." In eopneetlon with Florida East Coast and PUnt gystem.

rlved; here !Saturday'! wbeQ she was' on' tha! "steamer ,Crescent to'r. New naval stores, but in hauling log to 1150, 50o -and tt per bottle at Aokerman AStewart's 'Crescent: City, Fta.Lound's TO NEW YORK AND THE EAST TOClNCLNN4Tt.CBIUAf.n4.... WIll1.h :! .
by;the family\( of ,.Mr O. W, the new mill, there to be converted Palatka and Lornds' drugstore
accompanied as
eenjto; .whoiia' home in the Dead YorkThey were Into lumber. Mr. Deen has recently Crescent City. Pp'e.Wmih't'n!: 'hl... -wt-
hr an Jivcknonvllla, by Mr. and Mrs. amount _-S LlmI'd Limited:: ueabp.c IttoiNd
cqiiired by purchase a large .
,
_ Dall. Datty ace laity
ke neighborhood she goes .as Ja .A..- Close,' who after spending of iddltlollar land so that his operations cmt Drag Sore _ 0550n_ -- -- -
verneaL., two three days in that city will will now cover spme : JOtX) L" 'SI."I.ln.. ... II 10 I 8 II' a e 10 p L. Cs A.I/II.tln.. .. .. II. 11
r.' and :Mrs. Frank Hepburn of return or home today. Mr. and Mrs.'red acres. All of the products ol ':hI., Mr. and MrsTV J. ,Belknap ard Crescent City. :: Kevennath. ':..:: .: ..: ': :; & t II 5 :: ; lun A.; Ju.cksovllie. : :: .. : : itt : ua
till and lumber.mil wll| b e toifml'o. son Raleigh loft for home Monday A. Rlehmun".v.. .4... .) a //I. P Cluoln"U., .. .. *, .. ytti p.Wsehugton .
__________Jatka were hero on the little Clb eupeot"tq.retllrno.. the market through Crescent\ Lake morning accompanied by Maud .. .. .,.Ie III 'III s S no p .. Chl..n..- .. .- ,.au p r 211 a :.

___ ouch Warn pus last week and made Arizona mining districts' early 'in and the St. John's rlvr' When )(oore.. Oflera visitors and citizens a :: PUIlsMioipbla.: : : '' '..; ::':::::..11.i: .: I'' t; : it S : t: :. Pittehuirs.. : "'::,:;,..t.:' .:.: : : :: :

.lIhort,call at- Grove Hall. They May these, Industries are in full workIngorder Mr. Wilbur,Manchester and Col. f .. New York... ...... 1111 1411 p GC5s ..Clevelend............, ;; Iii p,_

_ 'ere out on a pleasure'trip of several M Bitch closed his home the Dead lake section will pra- !olt. of .Wlnsted Conn. have been Complete 6f "*'The Southern*5 Palm Llmltbrongb ....." for Boat and 'h. "Chlcimo HpsoUU". lu* Hrthw aolld
and Cnpt.W. sent a lively appearance, and as pending a few days on a visit;lenv- trHlna Cloths tr< _______ oys for the' liuntlnv fishing. ast ,MaudaT.:and' thO:.Inmates all Crescent City I" the- -naturalmarket Ing for the return Monday. Mr. ToiIetttib1esAnti Hallway ba. u,.beet 4lnin. .....lOrY I... Apply tfj. Tklk, ,ty"">aj tow_rvaUono. ..

__ ___Increscent l Inn will clone for the oft thud, morning via. ,the steadier our town ought to be a larlr8 8bar,,' Manchester lived a number of.years : ,,1011J\aY.etro.P.eagsr>.J.oks' '' y1ltg.DR.1I. 'Jr.''.'

easori today and tomorrow' Mrs.ok'and Creseent! for their bome' 'ct Port, i n the general prosperity which will In Como selling out his grove property .. ,
result.Mv .- here the year before the great : D SAt --- --------z--. "I'' -- .-
Miss Wales will depart for Cheated, N.. Y., Capt. KItoh's h m. .'and Mr .Deen 'b- reese.. JOHN'VINCENT D. Q. B.
i.* north. These ladles )have made circle 'this winter represented four Interesting' little- family were at Mr. Albert Cable has 'been home MOderate" Prices. WELCH ,

in exceedingly pleasant borne. to>..ae > gnptrailons'r/ god the ..remarkableeittureof Crescent Inn ov 4111 Fuiiday, and on OD a visit. .- ..
?londav,with Mills Blanch Oliver, of a. The Urge part ot our it tak Wilt be at his. offloe l In CBXSCKNT: VUTTINO APPROVED ,
_.r* number of northern people the ltl.."tha't each/ generation Capt. C. A. of. Taber has purchased MASS IK : 'II1"LtI., 1 ,

_ winter'' they havekepU god)! 11I.I\.Ij.\Ipe.J\. WIth: the,, blessing of- ro- tutor Lake,tLtv-they who.-' returned come. anfamily home" Mr. Miss Maria Potter's residenceroperty Is of recent arrival. .CITY on Thursdays, Fridays and"Saturdays 'CBIUXtKM'S WORK: A PKC'J: ,??.lTbo '

ouse'arid' 'done their till -part faelplng >Utt health'., ''Th"' four'gen ratk>n.I" Been stated to the1' News that he. > at the bead of Central aveDue. oreacb wek.;. shop .has raoaatly. : beeS equipped W(1Hanairaad ,..'
.. :w'-have )
Ist"y been prolnted 'Ag.ntto axxlarnehalrand obr aamloKs. ....
fo- adrertlse. the) beautl"' of i |he. order of Rgsr'oonalsted of Capt. hoped to mfcJce'om, t arrsiinmentsor 'TheN bat It last week-"Jen* the American Blcyol Cotapany/ suit l My: ............ 10.'" In eonnllloni onlj CheSS .t..

reaoent City.. Our' ppl., wll\{ Rltob,'hli 'daughterjMfs'.Olentbe'on ; : Crescent,? (getting City his and mall, tn regularly'|he event from of y ion's Dream of Fair Women." It K :your mind I. en wheels (not wheels la Office on 'Central: Avenue, to..l> ate aaad and Costomers mrs .usreiotiid.. '

.. vthsra.iuoows. ; ,? ,.'Wbeet'" 4hC7\ W.'nroteri; : ; anit hU 'son.BsLDxtteututt uueess this place: will he' hla ptatttJ I wa Tennyson that, dwamed i '"toMlreaha0 leer b..... ojlmljou) vans and 1st 'liS ) petf.cisalkfecttne. ; i'.. <''L
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IS'' ';.. k Dawn or Better 'Time !Tulkeil New Court House. .' The Caster Hop. Luther Curtis, of Crescent City a.fI fit.) 'a While They Last
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Mr1'l ) I & Tender proper condition; In uiuui1p At the> April meuUug ot tbofcttard Palatl-a society was cut In full was a. participant In the Easter ball! :35j SR __

4. ? 'i a Hn'; Individual life 'the bor- of county: ooinmh>soner| on Tutftday, force Monday night in attendanceupon given in\ this city on Monday even- ......

i '" ; ', rowing capital upon which to do there was little beyond the regular the Banter bop given at the lnflr J
business may be a most wiNs and routine! of' monthly: business trans armory' by the Gem City Guards. Miss Carrie Hodges; a society : /1 READY MADE

,. ,, proper procedure. AU depends upon .acted. Clerk Prloe, however did The night was an Ideal one for tipping young lady of Sateuina Height, was ._ ,," .11I.( Co .a; _

(" .' ? the energy, the /ambition and the call the attention bf the board to the the, light fantastic. and this beIng In the city Monday In' attendanceUpon .... R _

_ :; i : ability of the borrower I decayed condition of''certain parts of the first occasion ot a. !social! the dance' ", CO

l ,I" Palatka ,1'1""" enorgy; it has" 'am the Court House'! *underpinning, and nature after a reaplto of forty days Sheriff cII :::!. N
Perry, of St. Johns county! o -cI M MOSQUITO O CANOPiESCOMPLETE l[
: : bition; It hag credit ou whlcb It can suggested that member j of the board from worldly ways, a large number waR noted among the visitors here I 1

',.I' borrow, and it has the ability to meet would dq well to Increase their life were present, the spa ious dancing last Saturday. He "was. transacting EJ'e: = .

any obligations It may Incur. Insurance holdings or find some hall being crowded, but not uncomfortably official business. : ::s std

.''i., Its energy and ambition was1* proven other place) to' meet' where the danger and everyone entered Into .
Gertrude tro5
Misses Powell and Leon
i4' ; by the overwhelming majority( was less apparent. the evening's pleasure with a noticeable
freeholders carried talked 5nnls: made a trip up the Ocklawa-
y with' which Its 1'belthe commissioners enthusiasm.
ha. Is: P 5.a .
d L the recent proposition to bond the /new court house, and it was really Promptly at 0 o'clock about fifty river to Sliver Springs last Satur ""' : :s '

_ ::1' f \ i' city for $175,
'.' I *. Its credit la shown In its present the ideti seemed to', possess them. harmonious strains of music render Robe James went to Daytona co- _. TTj 98 Cents

: ", excellent tIn&.ncltl.l'condltlon. while Each member went home resolved ed by the Heston ''orchestra, then Thursday afternoon on a visit to his j g a C39

i its ability to 1'iiy' only another feature to consult'' his constituents-.to. feel waltzes followed twostepa in rapid parents, Mr. and Mrs.Chan. Kupper I-, g: 3 CO ;

L 4 of Its credit i Is seen in the fact the public pul o. Who knows but succession until 18 numbers on the busch, He returned to the city Saturday '-

;'" ': .', yr that assessed! valuation at the present that tlila act on the part of Clerk program bad been 'reeled olT. A : &ia- are the 1.25 kind
They
$' ( time Js about $1,100XX( > and that Price iu piloting the board to the number of extras were promised, J. II.Cone A Son have moved from | CD ..,

'( .':' thta Issue of bonds )''IllbeitaonlyIn. Jecayed 'underpinning ..,of the" old ,but they proved to be an "April fool.1' the Hart block on/ River street to the '" c-t" 0. .....-.. and will go quickly

: : debtedness. 'lulldlng may prove the seed, which The attendance altogether was stand In the Dalton block on Lemon 0

,4 + Of the total bond Issue (10,000( Is to (ta to grow and ripen Into a new about SfBO, including many visitors street, formerly occupied by W. II ,-.1 : f&&

.'*% _", be used In purchasing or constructing court house? Let us all hope so. from Jacksonville, Gainesville, Crescent Thompson A Co. S"n a Leo Jacobson Palatka.Fla.A.

I- water work for supplying the city Putnam's court house ia a historic City Satsuma Heights and Miss Ada Buky who has been confined ""!! I-t 0ra.: : .. ,.. .
with under No to trane other .... CD 0 ---
water the
towns. -
municipal building. man attempts neighboring to her home for the pant Hire : #ft -
c .. ownorahipplait.' Few men In these Its origin. It has been stated that The dance was pronounced by all weeks with an attack of fever, Is I 8.J V' WILSON, OEO. E. WELCH T. B. MERRILL

days question the wisdom of the i Juan Ponce de Leon used It as'a hospital who were fortunate enough to attendto rapidly Improving and will soon be .., pacmDEN Viol PIIBBIDBMT., CABUIU

municipal ownership of public-utili for his salt sick mules while on ba the most enjoyable affair of entirely well again.A fit _

ties. !his historic trip in search of a fountain Its kind ever given in the city. THE National BankOf

,- Fir constructing and i improving a whose water would keep high At 1 o'clock Tuesday morning the new spring dressing whitewash : Putnam ,
has
!4:4: sewerage system *36,ooo<> of the bond hinders In perpetual trim and act aa.in orchestra played that old familiar been liberally applied to New Line of
the large board *
,; issue Is to be used. andldote for< that dark brown selection, ."Home, Sweet Home," fence enclosing the I a.la.tlca.

.. For paving and improving the taste with which the loeo'.of that ifter which the Jolly! crowd dispersed plant. of the Palatka' Gas, Light i" SpringShirt

.:streets |30KIO( Will be1I ed, while day, na now, were afflicted after attending with many expressions of a rare Fuel Company on River street. Waists J We solicit the accounts of the people throughout Putoam County, and tender all

'r -,.. $50OOO will be devoted to canceling a banquet of the Gem City good time. Thus ended the Easter The Palatka Telephone Company Also courtesies and aooommoilattona/ consistent with good Banking.

: ,.' the present bonded .ludepted- (Uuarda. hop of the soldier boys, a social success has purchased the out-of-town line Full! Assortment the

; ness of the city.' The building has been patched up in every particular. connecting Crescent City .and ,the Summer

t ; What a different city lies before UH some by the county ooinmliwionera ......p other towns on the Frultland pen- Hamburg and Swiss

r ; all with this money properly expend during each succeeding century, Insula, and promises better service.
Fire, Will Not l>own Him. Embroideries and
4 ', ed for these are important adjuncts tnd at one time during the lost century County commissioner .Jerkins and 7sene
I to healthful city life. It was seriously thought thatIt An example of business pluck is Hohool Director Laban Price of the Hosiery ; BarrelsLocoP1tkFIJ

; These bond, an advertisement for 'would be abandoned and 'a 'new furnished from the little town of Melrose section of the county, were Just received at

,i the sale of which appears in another 1 building erected-but the notable Welaka thin county. On Monday In town Tuesday In attendance upon 1 C.: Cucas': .
( Hate .
March 24th fire
_ ', column, consUtute a choice Investment freeze during the closing years of destroyed the entire meetings of their respective boards:
stock of groceries In the store of L.
for those who are seeking ilrst.a the, There is
_ :. century prevented. : McLieod. There wnsn'ta cent of Harry E. Stewart formerly a resIdent -
class securities. The county has no in the .
nothing way now. of this city but now a prominent -
_ 1 .. : bonded indebtedness, so that there ..... :" Insurance. "It McLeod-was, a case of, clean. citizen and business man of The Brown Brick Co
4 skinning. ia
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'e will be no Interest charges to be provided To Buy l'utmmaiullouwc. -young Macon, Oa.-. wan- In town several ,,
but little
man, a over 18 of
years
_ for by taxation other than thla A company lajust: now-ln process He had secured age. days thla' 'week 'looking after his
a goo4ktartnd had
: Issue and the bonds will be "a first of formation' in tills city to pureliaeI bright lie business Interest and greeting old MAKE THELurgcst
prospects thought till the
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lien on all the property owned by or I Putnam House. Mr. F.H.Hafer friends.
.. which may be constructed by the fire came that put him out'of': business. (- Hardest
'4rj mad secured an option on the proper- ( The majority of older men Prof. Fonker musician of Galnesvllle ---

: city. ;; -. _ ''y'at what is considered a most, reasonable would have been "up'a stump," purioularly came over to Palatka Sunday' AND

4g Tl: RECEIVED
the local Is in his ton's JUST
orchestra
rTheM" regular. monthly buslnesa company suitable building In the town In who was unable t to
MADE IN FLORIDA.
hands. Aa the subscriptions
soon as necessary play with the band
: which to for the dance
: meeting of the Gem City Guards waa .. begin/; anew.' But' McLeod on _
ALWAYS ON HANDat
to the stock of the STOCK
new Monday
evening. Mr.
Fosket
went to
held the ? thinking and plAnning returned -
Tuexday night, OF
f armory NEW CHOP
""nAprlt( 18t.[ Capt. J. D. Points pre- company have been secured the company while the fire burned. :Before the home on the noon train Tues Tllgliman's MUI. FLORIDA MEATS

: H 'sidlng; Cha Burt nocretary. will be formed< and the transfer ruined heap bf the old store had quit .day.' For prices call-0-on or address, Landrelh's Girden Seed
nf( the property made. Already more Go to the Palatka Market.
Minutes of previous meeting read smoldering he had secured the ware- The plant of the Monkrldge Man II. 0.1IAMM, City

,d?_ and, upon motion approved.. Hegular than half the*aiuount\ .,neeesssry for house in rear of feeder's' drug store IIfacturlng Co.,'ho. been shut down TIlKhinan'a Mill Pnlatka Fla. FOR (Wholesale sod Retail)

t, .1.2 t ,,routine bu lneall was then transacted the purchase: has been Subscribed! 'und arranged to have it moved about several days! this week on account ot THOS. HOLDEN, Prop.
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und Mr. Hafnr the New that
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assures
after which new business was in to face the main street. a breakage of machinery. A new
the balance ls'1n Right. SPRING PLANTING Sausage, Poultry, Itacon\,
Next letters machine hag
) order. Under this latter came the day from wholesale been ordere4 from'Buifalo FOR SALE
As soon as the new secures Hams Etc.
v. election of a First Lieutenant to fill company dealers began to come In offering N.Y.and Itjs expected to arrive ,

vacancy. Jfri, E.. Noble Calhoun the property It'will,put the big him. words' of .encouragement! and in the course of a few days when 433 Lemon St., PaTatka, Fla.

.. .v was placed In nomination, seconded hotel In shape}for.openlng in the fall. what goods he needed for a new operations will,be resumed. Improved Place FrontingThe : At City ,Drug 'Store "'i>hOB VI.. .
'To Palatka the of this
opening ,
t I the by-laws waived and Mr. Calhoun magnificent hotel_ means much It start. He was a minor) but he had Elizabeth: Powers, a colored girl St. Johns River
was elected by acclamation. A committee pluck and credit. and In a few days 17 years of ,
age was adjudged Insan
I, 'is one of the largest. and most hand- E. Stewart.
i .' of three was appointed by the Homely furnished hotels In the state. youngMckeod/ wU\b\ on the Inarch by a legal committee in Judge Coxe' Two'Mile's, from ..Palatka.Thla ., Harry F. C. Corsets
to the front
',chair with Instruction to wait upon again. Keep your eye court< on Tuesday'and by the Judge
The great house has been closed for
Mr.' Calhoun and Inform him of Ills I on this young man. He Is Teaching committed to the insane asylum -I-S 4 PRESCRII'TJPNSCAREFULLY ; Zn .h. .

,'. qr: 1 : election, and also to escort him to two seasons and the darkness and for success and one disaster, nor two at Chattahoochee. Elizabeth has prop.rty Is comported of 16 acres,, AMERICAN BEAUTIES

x 4 the armory. In a neat speech of silence of the place hag cant a shad- will not keep him from attaining It. been an Inmate of the asylum be- more or loxa" ten acres of which la under: COMPOUNDED.
ow of gloom on the whole city. That "War Havr
'l" : I
4 acceptance Mr. Calhoun thanked I p.- cultivation. th.... In, all
there is chance of its
4 ) the, company for the compliment I a reopening; Last Nights Concert. fore.Two local base ball The improvement conslata of a oomlortable A '?S 'ON TIlE DEA('..... I .171.. sad
that the life and gaiety! of former team selected .....
paid hlui and assured them of his dwelling house 'of six rooms.barn Paan souse sin. FI..lda. ; eh.p.. to It
,
Palatka muslo lovers'so'fortunate (with from
care)
seasons 18 to i be restored, Is matter the Gem City (Oppo..lteDiiytofl.) flffur.
:1 I hearty co-operation. for and as\ to attend the concert at the Guards and the Knockers Athletic flowing artesian well good steam Open nil'the year.. fl.i..*..Lm torJ.ro per day. and vary .
J : In Meeting Mr. Calhoun to,th Is po- I general congratulation every irmory last night wherein. Senor Club will boat landing. where river steamers may CHAS. KDPPERBUSCH Prop'r.OUR i i.'Y.17'co..t. cold
merchant cross sticks at the ballpark :
man, Jose
1 -sit Ion the News feels that the Guards I everyjaunlness every Andonegul, Spanish violinist, touch. Plenty of fruit, auoh aa Figs., uncUr thla
citizen of the wan principal, and Mint Annie in this olt".on Friday afternoon
place should do all 1 he M. budded Persimmons of the .. .
jhare made selection this Poaches afloat .be..1W.
; a wine as Sanford
con to encourage Mr. Hater In his pianist, was a. none thu at 2 o'clock.* "lidotera'forbotlm.lde, _
J oyounpr: man ponBenua many soldierly I efforts. 4 less brilliant,, Keoond..will not< soon are now practicing! the war Japanese variety and grapes. arrantl4on.p .
whoop
I I forget the I Is ,also steam mill I re-
qualltlesal1d, having been at one magnificent program There a good cane
t and the coin of funded ft.
The prospects 'are. that t the newcompany which It was their the realm is somewhat > r
? I privilege to en- Place'will .
time cadet I for making 1 be sold I '
( a captain a company in evidence syrup. four -...)ta
Senor
will start OH with ample joy. Andonegul received a pending the result
at the Florida Agricultural College, I of enthusiastic oboap. For 1 particular Inquire' of trial If .. 's
: ? g storm applnuae at the of the game. cer t
capital' to place the bouse In the foremost : -
Lake City, be fa eminently fitted for I completion of each number and not itlifctory
: rank of Florida's. leading hotels.It Charles Read an convict J. B. ROBERTS
v : the position and will make a splendid I when he expressed his appreciation. escaped ;
1 ii officer.Teachers. I Ip. certainly will hav >h".one thing! ')f the genuine" warmth of the wel- from the state'camp in Alochua Look. for.thlaTrad .

,14j : ': II ... needful-the proper building and come accorded him, and his purposeto county was captured by Sheriff How- Palatka Fla.'If .. MarhonInsid
visit Palatka' of eor..tand
I. again next winter,
( ell last
_ Institute., other equipment with which to begin he was greeted with more of it. Miss week and returned to the pent on box.

The Putnam county teachers' Institute business. Sanford's playing wan none thA less finish out bis time. For thla
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arranged by Superintendent -... .. -4 heartily received and it wonld bdlfllcult .. work' the sheriff geta $100 reward. ItALAMAZOOCORSET

It Cottinghara for< lost Saturday' lltiptists on Dl pen art. to determine which of the' The sheriff also captured three negroes 'If Furniture, ir CO.
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performers) held first l>lnce In the
probably< the most thoroughly enJoyed The Baptist church ham'5oen appreciation of t lie.'audience.-' wanted for burglary at West + Undertaking and }+. Sol. Mak rsItalaimaaoo >
'i gathering of teachers ever held charged with being favorable 'to the Pnlatka people have had an unUln Palm Beach, and with them he cap- Mioh.

': f the county Nearly'every teacherhi'Jthe 1Iapen a.ry. This Is not true. Occa- al amount of .high class music this tured nearly all the goods and 80 reT J Embalming.
1 season, but therein bnen nothing In cent of the BREAD WILL
county was present. If, aa slonly a small calibre preacher a the professional line which could money. SATISFY ALL. FORSALHBY
?: Cottlnfrham. stated, the,main light weight church editor will raise proach to that degree/; of excellence ap- People in all parts of the county '11 have purchased the stock ot the late' the THB 8. E. BOND COMPANY.
pbJet of the meeting was the awakening Ills voice or pen In favor of the .proposed which characterized: last nights will feel a sincere sympathy in the W. O. Snow sod will continue the bualnea It will give to young strengthand
at the old stand Lemon street. beauty and make the old happy.
on
recital. ,
4 ; : of enthunlaam among teachers, iniquity, but whenever the bereavement which has come Into
.' 0 : '|t was surely a success for the en church, or any of ItiTorganlzed associations --a a.. ... the home of the Hon. and Mrs. JohnP. the An..elegant line of new goods now on From the

; 1 thusiasm was there. speak, Its dollars to dough CHILDREN'S Corona .1fD-C LDS. Wall, of Putnam Hall In the sudden" .ay..R.. S. MOONEY, Palatka Variety Bakery, When it comes to

It ;. The principle speakers were Dr.McMurray nuts, that the proponed dispensary' Mrs. Joe MrOrath, 327 1st St., Hutcb- death on Wednesday of last ; HENRY THALOOTT, Prop.

; .. of DeKlab, Ill., Prof. gets a rap. Inson Kan., writes: I bave given BaJlard'a week, of their little 8-year old son Pulatka Fla.

__ 1"I'a, cooltbe East Florida Seminary The Peace Hirer --association' Horehound Syrup to my children Worth from blood poison. The TABLE SUPPLIES
for
coughs aod colds for the four
and Mr. Amos Kellog; of New York. Baptist. churches held at Nocatee and Had It be past trouble originated! from' a mosquito :NOTICE OV APPLICATION FOB
year tho. t modjclne Ievermud.f
_ 4 ; Dr. MoMurray's talk was on "The last week adopted the following resolutions Unlike many oougbsyrups. bite on the fingeron ''Monday be- ,4H88 Tax,Deed Laws Under of Florida.Section It of Chapter O.Lana BAILBY. CR55.M. HULIABDG.

,. :Development of>a Model Lesson in' with but one. dissenting\ I lit eoDtalott noopluin, but will\ soothe and fore. The little fellow Wall an unusually We have an Idea that. we can please

4I q Geography" and lie treated the sub- ,voice: 4 ," quicker heal.may. than disease,' any of otber the remedy.throat' or 25o lungs, 6Oo bright child and the sunshine Notice, purchaser\ hereby given of Tax that Certificate F. Sohnauble G. LOPER BiH J CO. you! and not, at the same time, Unnecessarily -

4 'ject' In a Masterful"manner and tol "As Florid lan "W8'" call 'upon the and $1.00 Aokerman A; Stewart's, of the home.A N.o. 417, dated the 6th d.yof July A. D.. deplete your exchequer
'r the groat benefit of the assembled I sovereign voters of our state to see to Palatka. aod I/ unda' 1891. baa died smut certificate In my
:> drug store,Crescent fishing party composed of P. M
_ ;.; \\r I:: teachers. Prof. Pasco made a I It that they support no one for the City. oltlae, and has made application for tax Fire Insurance: To supply
Hagan, J. W :
i ; lower house In the state legislature, ,. Hagan, 0 H. Wlgg! lead to Issue ia accordance with law.
;;' ,i splendid talk on the "Ftaron and I or for the state. senate, who does- not -_ ....--- Chaa. C. Smith and .J. O. Brown I Said certfleat! embraces the following Leading American and

'!'r' lM- .f Teacher." I openly and above-board faithfully ,left 'here hist Wednesday morning leaorlbeil property situated In Putnam Foreign Wholesome Edibles
,, ... .. I effort
to to have
promise oppose any for County, Florida to wit:
days sport in the wilds
The Knocker Maiden" I a. dispensary. law, or any other law $ fiappenlnfls\' and $ of west W. I of E 1 of 8. E'lof8.I W. JSee- Companies.
I I authorizing the sale of strong drink Putnam. Grundin was their desti ,Ion 11,Tow '.blp10. Range 28 lOaorea.
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'' : .'; On Thursday. last week a number I nation. The Accident Insurance at. moderate; coat I Is our ambition.
passed at the next suasion of the leg- Personal mention. $ catch amounted to The said 'land being aaeeesed at the :
-i'e o ; r ,4 of the society lov Ing young ladles( I Ulnture." something over 800 pounds of fish, late of the issuance of such certificate life. The store I la literally filled with

i j of the to wo were called together byi I "We call upon our denominational ""' 'and one of the local nlmroda I is authority n the name of B. H. Warren. Unless The 'Travelers of Hartford.; *00(1 things. .
Miss|. for the of I press not to misrepresent our views ,aid certificate shall be. redeemed
Fries purpose organ- The county tax books will close
upon tit...< dispensary plan. Editorials for the statement that manyof according, to law, tax deed will Issue
il" Life
:er 4- social club anxlllary'to the I Insurance
i 'Izinga in Baptist papers. commendingthat next Monday. the trout caught tipped! the-. beam tat hfroon on the JJrd day of April, A D.. : GOOD T13A and COFFEE.

_____ Knockers' Athletlo Club. The' club I I'C plan of the trnfflo are In our John J. Pendrel, of Jacksonville, 10 pounds each. Wednesday nighta DOB. The Old
l' \ i Wi.t waa duly .l>rgllnlz4d'by the" election/ opinion, out of places We condemnany spent Saturday In town. fish-fry was in order pu the shores Witness my ofltalal signature and seal Reliable "Gerinania GOOD BUTTER,

_ ",,", '=i":;, of Mlaa Price as pre and ldent.Miss WlarfBak Acker. i i4 may effort come,from to herd whatever the Baptists source of It Miss Abbie Wicks spent a few of Lake ZeIgler, after which the i his 909.the 10th day .of March A.' D., Life" of New York. Finest of HAM and BACON.

: er, vice-president ( the state behind the move to curse days this week In Jacksonville. party went to. the home of Mr. [S-I'l| JOSEPH PRICE.Jler" .
; ,.II//; 4. man' secretary and treasurer. The ''ntp___ _full___ _land____with_. ____ _H_ fIlunAfliULrv___ _nn_ _law____ ._" Kellum where a dance riven.C Ct. Ot. of Putnam County Florida.
__! b f 4 club conalsta l of 12 active and eights The News respectfully! commends Lloyd Creary", of Hastings:I Ynide which lasted all night. The was Marine Insurance: \Ve deliver goods to any part
the business sportsmen
; -"honorary membersr and has chosen" these resolution toi the care of our !city' a' visit* ]last 'Saturday arrived home at 9:85: Thursday; .. The Leadimg Companies. of the City. .

_ ', 5. I the name of the"Knocker Maidens.'.' own John P. Wall, that he may use day, morning, "slightlydisfigured!

l Meetings'will be held every Monday them In his can v..... John P. Wall, Mr. Win.' Rowton':if .Jacksonville, but still In the ring," as one of them For S1e.ui All Claims Promptly

Ml, 4 ji' afternoon-at 8:30: in the Knocker's may be, as he claims, a Baptist, but spent a few days .in the city this ,expressed it. L G. Stephens

% hall, the sitting room of which baa that he l o't'a good! one,or In line week, visiting relatives! : Patina, the beautiful Settled. ,

_ t:4: ; ? L been kindly tendered the young with his church on dispensary Issue Miss Inca Ford' bf Gainesville;was Cerilof, Thanks.; Japanese Fern Ball, Geraniams. -' Offlce 38 Front S,. PALATgA'Pi.

m' ladles. One of the objects of the Is apparent from the above. Visiting friends In Pal atka'MondAY The Ladles' Aid Society of the ( Gala and Easter Kirby and Morris Sts.

1' ii new club Is to assist In keeping the ... and Tuesday of tbls week. Presbyterian church wishes to express Lilies Pansy plant. with

c't' rooms attractive. Time City Klectlou., } Mr. G. Loper Bailey has returned Ita;sincere thank to Miss isabella .' many desirable varieties -

1, 'ft .;. ....- "The annual election for municipal I .iroin___ acnmoinea_ uu.L .Dusmess. ana. pleasure _nm O.__ jones_ _____.. _And_n_ nt.h.__....._" ._..hft_ _ft vv.-"_ r .at the Palatka Green- -
Circuit Court Next Week. I officers will be held in the several house, near union depot.
down the trlbuted to the success of Its -
'f -U I trip east,coast. recent Bodded Pecan Trees
-t 4l 7. The spring/ term of the circuit ward next Tuesday. Excitement Mr. L. A. Smith has to 000 '- entertainment and to whom II* By Atr.. C.'B. Ho ton. FOR 'SALE.
court will at the court house will not reach the white heat stage gone < -
y open success alone 1 Is due. Orange Trees
aU, on the east. coast for few
a days
next'Tuesday morning at .9. o'clock, for the reason that there are to be THB Soul ary. !. Desirable! residence property

1" .4' Judge Bullock, presiding? 8. L. no contests. Of course the vote will] Plant System Peacb Trees : in Pnlatka situated on the corner -
outlltg"anll't'iiluveJ. ,
r Carter, states attorney wll also I be be Jlght for this reason.Dr.Oeo.E.Walch ,; Jackson Notice. ,
_ r | --ln this Tbe 11I11_. u.._ are food over U,. folluwl-" AU. KINDS OF TRIES AND PUKTS. oMiiver and Dodge Sts.,
.k present. wUlbethe new annual meeting"of the stock IIn., AUKntld Onail) Lin.. KlchmnnJ' Fv.,..
L. city:several day* the pastweek.<- holders of the PaUtka Hotel Company ol.burc a Po........ Ballro, Wa.bH.ina ..FREIOHT two; hundred feetsnare( river
_ 34- There are flve criminal cases which mayor, succeeding lion. C.Stephens : 8on.b. Bllw r, ......1..11... .ad ds.5.mmi. P" "A'D.. ] ,
were continued from the last term to who has fllleci the office with Dr. Frank MoBea oC( :Melrose was will be bold at the Putnam Iwllnwd.. ,(oioept I...... Ilia,HarnxT* 0...... a c ic Mo..y I. fnit..k....I lois in front ''Inquire of the
_ House, Palatka Florida at 1 a. z=
_ tr't. I be tried, and the docket contains marked ability for the past two In the city on Tuesday,presumably on Monday April llth 1809.tot.p m.the, flow w..iport ft.. a.1, tnalobartralit S.rsmn.miao.ihm.; B.. B.> Ci)B.!..,rlMtnn R.r ou: : 5.45..'-Wilt..-as.pigIcau.s aessak.gas ,:: owner, Mrs., J, Hallock Drake..
three civil Unless the looking after his legislative fences. election of Director, and > -a Carolina a sIIw.r,DauHiQwrilii Hall- -
cases. grand / the
years. transaction .
.; War: Unorgl Nnrtnara K ll">> fllu: >o avll 000 TRCes LOW PRIcES 183rd: St.And 3rd Ave. NeW'
Jury returns an unusual number of Carleton Shelley, of '"Jacksonville, of such other buslneM ,a* may wl ra Ballmwl, Oolll, k:'lrmtmrHIiallnmd .
coma before the Time MoultrU$ antiwar, nt iumm uontiM .. York St..runz.
r FOR SALE-A mule. En- meeting. i.Liwia Bpwk. 00." ; or henry
good
:- Indictments the present term will was In town, Monday nod attended W. oallrr On I. A aes.nliof m lh<:id: p... ....535.. .
KLAHB i II.//M. P.
.r quire at this offlo, iravviinf\ ii ft t Afl .''. B. W.wa... Palatka Fl.,
-: pot be a long on*. b. Hophat>> venlflg ai the armory. P.8-3t. t Spllr.tar rMMa(..:ttmOM X..01.-r..1Lll1It. 1Ja. '' .-....- ...' ,,
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