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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 24, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Palatka daily advertiser
Succeeded by: Crescent City news (Crescent City, Fla. : 1899)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)

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KNEW SERIES VOL. X, NO.. 10. PALATKA, :FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1902. '1. Per Year.


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1 OOINOI'4 ON IN lArluirmliile -'JOltlUA. The grudvd town srhmil at Belle- .

Xau'JIaE = .a-.asEDKrc: ::: ;;. view has received the prizes offered
o ne (!urious t ries |1.01.10| are busy. ship jy Ihe Youth's (yoinpnnioii throujh
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Thn :MvthodlHtH ofiWIUIi.., have ..chooly. on.Ita, .Hue 'makingMm bestinprovviiienls.
The young man's (and old, too, for that matter) fancy dedicated. IV new church houxe. Tim school was also

hire New of awarded a Hue flng fur 'making the
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'lightly turns to thoughts of Clothes. prom $ ,f"he Lake Weir penple lire happy' In tlmprospect best showing for Improvement. of
of a Hue oruiigo crop the any school In the county.
\ coming fall.Thn .

Fully prepared fqr the beautiful Spring and Summer Season, 'Fearn5c --- --- Irnnd Lodge, of Odd Fellows the Senator recipient Arthur a T. Wlllinn since a of wa

.1do Co. greet you with an incomparably great gathering of Hen's andBoys' FATHKK'B HlNOUI.AU FIX. Hoi.n HKK CH 1I.DKEN "'Olt .1- concluded its iinnunl sesHlon nt Tampa must novel lre8'JI1t.-t few'days Ie skin oi m a

Oarmen ure. A father's grief ovnr tho eiihtm ngeuent \ CeleHte Mae OilHHet him. Instigated! I ant Thursday.Seventeen jure while deer. The animal wa*
[ of Ills three. children. IH. Ihn in biles corpua broc.... story which llos behind n suit f ,||MOOO< ) dnrmifr.cn broughtIn tho circuit of West Hohokon. N. J., for fencu putting. and by him presented to his friend,
A oluteIY m Gremesl sroc of ClOmin rver UMer Rom in PolQiko.
Qne n court liy lir. Jo'r..dc..kV."I, ( to recover her threo children whom the /ftenntor. White deer nrB quite
iiinis, of Kilgewater:, III. The derenliints .- the nlleges\ Klin Hold to him for 1. Fifteen cnr liuidH of vegetables left >lentlful In far northern latitudes/
For the Traie lo the suit urn Mr. nnd Mm. Phe complainant IM a. I pretty young!\ Miami nnd l Cutler: last "Hnturcliiy for tilt In this" section of the country
Spring we are making Joseph. T, t'litlow, of KviniHton: vim French woiiinn and the \\lfnof Louis the northern ninrket, I hey nre very rsre, thin probably heng -

Specially Attractive Price on all nro charged with nlh-nn/lng\ I lh.. nffectlons OIl"O.'t. IIIKJ! Hlie clmrgeH that F.nve'ead It..... Henry Hlco, Methodist piuitorut the only one.,ever killed In the
of Jennie, 'V.LII.II.I\II" Frederick IH the fnllmr of the children. Hraidt.iitown.iwns' miuiluil 1 Inst Suite.-Fermindlna News.The .
Knrl, throe Wnilhnins/ rhllIren :Mm. JUhHef( alleges tlmt Him becameiteciinlnted week to Miss May! Parks (if Key
plnerd In th..h' KtinrdiHiiHlilii.Dr. 1 | with Kuverond: hnn nheWIIH Went.Thn. Volusla' County Record lays;
flann ISt S rg s and abitner) Suits Wiidlums, HOII of Kclll. VViutiii \- only 1(1( yeiira" old, nnd tlmt thoy "'Agnln Another effort Is making for
HIM, who WHS at OliO I line a Chlcngo ived together! until Ortober, limt.Vi corner dtoiie of "' "nfol'll'" now a 'w..t ami dry' election iVoluxlit
!iiiilil-iiiillluiinir/ .., In" a phyHlcliin hen Hhe waH-mnrrleil to Ousset, and high Hchool linlldliig WHS laid lust county. The election will cost the people
who linn prn''tla<>d. In 1 Ihn city for 27rears. / iiverond l presented. to lu'r an agreement "Saturday with upproprlato, ceremonies. from 'lCjU) 10'>>,tJINI. besides the
LThese suits are the embodiment of all that pertains 1 ho poMHosHor. of a Inrgelnicrltiinco !! which she signed. The'' agrcellent many individual parties, who would

[to styl&and excellence of finish A L L I'. Wadlm us placed l Ills.. \\lncli WIIH in Kngllsh. and Thn rehnllt MoTyelro' Moinotlal" Ighl the move to the bitter end,
wnalth In the name of his first vile which Hhe did not uml r"'I/lnd"' con- M. E. church JackKonvllle. wan occupied nust, nBcessarlly spend in conductIng -

III", Men's Shoes neeil but little. severnl yeiirg ngo, and at her dentil alned, Hhe cliHrges, n rlniiNu. reading. by I ilia congregation!\ InstHundaj' the CHinrmlgn"" against the
ive. say A four ynrs uluee. It WIM found tlmth "torIud In coiiKidcrnf, of $1. I lan'ul '. whiskey ring. The sentiment of Vo-
,. hiul left.. will iuealhlng| ( I hH money, and other.. good and vul.uible iinla is strongly against the saleof
bulk of the property to cluu'ltiiMolISllflltlOIIH consideration" sha Hiirrendcr'd -' Orlando people urn entertaining an vhlsky within It* borders and-th,
We Mve me esl 3.50 8Me Mo
e M ll\lllg $;)I HIHMI> ( > to bntllvlded the threo children nlMulutely lo unknown burglar, and lire uuxknix: to result of the election will be over
ftf vpVe among her Ihreo t-hlldren, na heir father. Kuvereml; ling beanuarried lay linnds on him before ho galM anymore vh>'Imlngly against the saloon." '

E they becniiiu of ilK". Three yemsigt for many yearn, and |IH of their goods. : ''' -- :
\ are alxo sole agents for Hatian Shoes. l-i'. Wndhnms reinarrletl, 'iml<1 wife, It Is allegtd, IH anxloiuj: to keep The Hernte IIIIH pawned a bill grantIng 'The river aiid harbor bill passedhe

R lie family lived together In KdgWHler \- Im ,children an Hhe IH without nn appropriation of 'IG.ON> forth I senate Monday carrying for
:: Straw and Felt Hats unlll i-lx: tnontliH ngo\ u hen tint. children of her own. Kuveremlnalntalned .. establishment. of a fish cultural Florida projects about 2.7t)0ui)0) ) aancreaso
children were placed In chnrge ofHrn. Iwo PIIIJLiJIIHhmAltt Ktation In Floiidn.Delray of about $ over the
I t'ntlow, n slater of tho doctor's amount) curried by: the bill when it
tVVe have the leading styles for men and boys. No Irxt wife, thut the physical) might/ IT miles south of Palm eft the house. The sum named for'

[one should buy a Hat this spring without first seeing C .ake: u trip through tho\ wont. Kinci AN I XPhJNHlvRJoK.- Uenuh IH agronlng plnenpple town, mprovements on the Ht. Johns re-
hen IIB dim linun nnnhlii/ to. r.gllh.I'08M"HMon While delivering n serli-H of lecureH mostly In Imbibed by people from naliiH. tlm same, or 'I.HOOIIIIO. The
.9 r 1 offerings. of his children.HKIKIAKH liiHt' HinniiKT Hev H. U. Hosliamp Bay City, Midi., who have money. dredge provision for the Ut. Jonns
A of ,..11- was chiinge'l, how"vpr.l.y elilnlnning
IndiaiiiUKilln\ a The MefliodiHts. of Orlando fufitlmt -
When It comes to. NEW THUBT HROKEX:: UpTherH mown I'resb.vterlan miulHter, vent they have outgrown their proH- the discretionary power of the
10 Denver entertained "Secretary of War .to build tlie
WIIH reveuled In \"OI'II'lI1e.N. ItIIVIIH by ent church hoimu. und iwe taking ,
Y., police court on Hntiirdny thn ho meuibers, of .the Klks'Uulgo, hav- and dr..dlIly\ the new wording of the
j NecWlieor, lIum Welum un n n n existence: of n. bejtgnrs'\ cn-oiieratlve ng lieen at one I line grand chaplain steps to build a new larger one.. tmendment Im la required to hare it

compnny which had regularly!! fleeted or the order. One of the lending Hownrd J{. Clover of Tnnipu. has built. The bill carries a cash approiriation -
_we also lead the procession. STYLE otlleiTH nnd WIIH organl/.ed as KIkH: at tho entertainment who had been made defumlaut In a suit for of $im IIU.< ( .and a continuing
hough It were devoted to legltlmntoHisInenM. extensive mining IntereHtH., presentedMr. fflOllU) brought ngalimt him by a New contract of fKKAH7) for Hlsony bay.

Hy the decision. of Mr.gU- i, JtOHChamp with some utoclc in a York actress iiuined Lenoiit' Htiymond. ... ..
?earnside & Co. :EaJ.a.tka. Ira(.. Fool, this "Irimt hits been illsHolved ..- nine that htu.1 been abandoned the .
and Its various otllclnls hove ,natter being regarded nt that time The Alcazar Hotel, Ht. Augustine.Is (;ON1>KN.SI'I> WOULD NEWS..

iten Bent to the workhouse to serve inajokn, Now the mine him been to be ciilarfoU thin summer., andhtlld -
----- ---- ------ Mentenccs. The hoodllllllrtprH of the reopened, .. a vein of gold ..discovered : were! nt No. IM Forsythstrvet .md Boschiunp IIHH been olfered tf"X'MHlfor ',- that I tt 4 m. on Tuesday.
By this covert method he him beguiled compnny built over the street connecting p.
iropean ;*1 Restaurant. tu a rear tenement, which woo ) Ills stock. house with the Cordova. '
Into his BRtanlo lorvlcu a BuiprUIngly The temperature at Beatrice Neb.,
[ Dl Y r I oecupiedby) the membois. Thepresdenc -
large number of InfluonMal co- WHS Andrew AnderHon Knr: ) ))ItUU CI.EBK PKOVEH BANDITSherltr ,Hon. James K. Hroome of Qulncy reached lUll on Monday.

tj{? Furnished Rooomfl, laborers." Williams wns cretnry C'luiH.Tuek- Smith, of Koscntsko'coun- him presented to Uov"; Jennings a Frank K. Stockton the well-'

lot and Cold Baths "It l ix refreshing known that In er wns innmiKpr. The sworn teNt I. ty, Ind., him placed Krone H. Hill ofClarkle. line llfo slr.R portrait of hi.* father, known novelist lu dead at Washing
nony of Home of th" rogues themjelves j\) under arreHt for alleged comtllclty Hon. J. K. Broome, the third governor ton from hemorrhage of the brain.
AtROBERT (South Cllrolhll ,two ecclestlcfll IIHsemblles showed that all mnmier of 1m- In a recent bank robbery at of lo'10I'ldll.troI111:1i'!: >3 to 18f>7. *;
President Palma Is In Cuba
Prominenl 80um CorolinoClemymon at least, hiul the hardihood /Heven. him also with making
nntures were plnnned. memlers > (JilL 'i'ool. He charges Tho striking Tampa carpenters his cabinet and getting; ready for
JAMES' lately to resolve that 'We deplore of Ihe orglln 1"1 Ion weroarrnignil I icing the Instigator and chief plau- have returned 1 to work on the 8-hour up business on May itoth.

((5.r\0 C'\a.\ .upporbimch) and condone( the poliioiilng of the In pollen court. Two were one.egged ler'of the numerous bunk robherle basis, for which they nre to get the
I'.PALATKA. It n.URII nUS fountain of learning fostered the l nnd the others were Bound hat have occurred, northern Indiana snme pny us when they worked 9 Miss AI lee Roosevelt, daughter of
h by and whole, nlthough\ they had only aew In the limb few months. Hall is hour.*, lu other words the strikers he priHldont has accepted the
.Oat the state, in that p ..(lte mixing frcun hours heforo been nllllrted 1 npinrently a clerk In a dl'lllIIlnre.\ He IH l IIU Invitation Santos-Duinont/! to take
your
: the"sale of Intoxicants by thn dlsprnsnry with bodily In II rill II 1"11. years old. married and hits onechlld./ won.An a ride in his airship

jsBase Ball Supplies CH RA URIUS, THE DlSPfNSARY. are appropriated to the sup KXAMINB)> UlKI.H" TOIITSIKHFor Among I" tlmt of the tho lobberteH Sllverdale charged bunk to which him enltiuHlnstlo WIIH held. In anlidliipei.Hnrymeeting the Methodist The contest over the two wills of

and otherSporting port of our common snliooln.' Inviting young women on the occurred one year. ago\ II lid which church nt Tampa lust week. The William Marsh Rice, the millionaire
"Our Lord earth nnd their feet Unmount ruled thattlm Cliristlnn nurdered by Lower Alb4'rtT.Patrick.
when on pontlvey cnmpus exninlnlng v>aM attended I by oevpiiil sensational meeting
| Goods Hateful and persistently refused to line students Mlimoui'l! iiniveiHltynt ncldeiits. The robbi'ia got tl.lilM( ) In people of Tampa lire qpponeil to ins begun In New York.Earthquake '
I>eiiounf'H "the llereuy C'olninblii have been dlNinlHHednnd the dUpemmry. .
null and attlie time It waa supposed shocks
fC" B. ROWTON Palatka receive tribute were general
Fla. or teNthnonyfrom
TUutVarrnnts: the Doing llho names of others nre being .
the job WHS performed by experts.HKKOIHM A farmers Institute wns held at hronghoiit southern Mexico wild
OnrrMpoailenca olltilletl.; Evil Tlmt Good Muy devils. Surely His followers can do secured with a vlewsjo slmllnr punIshmeiit. MelroHe on Saturday Inst with a good (luatomuliion Friday Saturday and

CO U4!. no less and be guiltless. Until tho The glrln'" 'were on tliulr of A BIIFKALO II'I'VDE! :>IT- attendance. The speakers. were Sund.. .v. It is estimated: that as a
r liquor trafllo IH utterly outlawed, asis way to n. bnnijuet/ In the ncndeiiiyiafl Frank of Buffalo, N.Y. Prof. H'Ol'' hrhII\'A\ of ,I.nke City;, H.N. result over 2IH) persons lost their
In l. luiigheln ,
a recent letter to thetoil Charlp :, given by freRliini'ii. J'lio: hiilklIng
1f.. murder and its kindred crimes, led tnob of the aged! lift venrM, lay at the iiolnt, ofleath Itrndt of Huiitliigton and T. K. Ives. '
@ Ir }? News and Courier, Rev W. A. wns MllrrOIll1< by a Waldo.
Jhrlst.lan olllaens consenting must initiated[ stiidentH, bnnt on kldimpmg in the general ho"pltal from n lodby of Within 24 hours the temperature
Jctta, a well-known and prominent stand condemned as Individuals and us many of the guests an poHsihle. \\aterv condition of hU blood, known Some one who gets recklc when dropped from the 110'" to a snow storm
South Carolina clergyman, ; is pernicious anaemia. It waa decided eBtimiUes that In central Nebraska from to
D Hays at the bar of divine A number of the latter dTlHgnlKedhemnelveM toying with figures Monday
Ir ( j "Tt Roes\ without laying that as a collectively" nil girls In order to pRMI ll.IH only liope of life WIIH to obtain over $lXiNio( ( has been turneii! looxeiiround 1'uesdny. On Tuesday night snow
oouimonwealtli. we are developing JUHtlce: lhrouf the line. One young man, a, supply of heulthy blood. A young Ijikeliind this senRon as .. re- WHS falling with the prospects of abllzznrd.
thus attired, WHH Idontilled ns he nemcnl iitiident herolually. otfereuhe omit of strawberry shipments from .
In our educational corpus ft most WALK WITHOUT CBUTOHEH."I blood and veins in the arms of
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mopped Into the llg'it' of the iniilnenliunce. that section. <
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wretched Beptlo condition morally was much arllloted with sclatlo." The mob torn his silk mtlent and student were opened, 1 and A military court-martial haa been

.' ipenktng a roiigequance of the vrltes. Ed. C. Null, luwavilla, tioilgwlok dress to ttitters mill drugged him or seven minutes n. siren of !good Jot K. T. Boozer hnH been made ordered Smlih the to United try General States Jacob commander H.
lood from, to the 01 her. vice-chairman of temperance campaign
BOO Acres Influx of the dlapeimnry proflta. The county Kan "going about. on crutches, uwny. After this ns the guents npn'onched poured one u. nlld In the Philippines who gave the
who The Hick man ruled HI cl Beinvd committee nt Luke city
and sufferlog. a deal of pnln. I WAS tn- thono were girls or
lorron of "Hood ordinarily order to burn the cities and tu> inurl -
polHonlng" who fall
I lll to ho renpsed thcrn to see
duood to Ballard'a Hnnw Liniment, ippeiued) to be, were bnltod and try d..r l woman and child
make mortals lent there be and died. The hailbeen why the colonelshouldn't every man
wary which relieved me. I unod thrnn 60nbottles. mnde to tbriiHt forward their feet for operation any renson itiove 10 ..r Kg".orderH which
years
and for sale In Town- nnoculatlon of the vlrux but In the It Is the 'itreateat liniment 1 examination. too late.DAUGHTKR serve.Mrs. It. seems were faithfully carried out.

nutter of moral men are strangely ever used; have reouminHiided It to a I U. Morrison thn olilont reslilont l-
lip 9 S, Range 34 E. ndltferent to such a po Nlble'perll. numbrr of pnrsons, all exprees themselves DKCI.AKKRKHK'I.I.SIT: IN COVOUKMH.Tho SKNDH FATIIHR TO PBIHOn IUN of 111"lroH.... a* "helug benelltteil by It. I now met* for uoiigrens, In the tenth BuiKlay n (ed III ynnrn. I She: been nil in moiled tonppear. in a lloston
Let us reflect that of,all polnons the walk without orutohos, able to perform Kentucky dlntrlet. is being enlivened complaint of hlx
a Sacrifice nottt virulent and peraUtent' are n Kreat il....al of light lab'ir nn the fnrm." thin year by Miss Mnry Itiirklmrt n student at Jlifrnnrd college, C'harlea *great-grand chlldmn, tot b.. enjoined from delivering! a
those which ol) ciirely, slowly, but 25o 5Uo and II per bottle st Aokitrman A: good-looking and wealthy voung 'A. Newman once a political' power nnd three at-Ki'ent-grand children.Znck lecture describing, her, captivity..
Hiirely gain .."eHnlon of the strongloltlp Stewart's, Falntka, and Lonnde' drugstore woman who U u candidate on the ,,111 (Oreenwleh Conn., lum been comnltted The bill, which claims a violation
rt is muck land, bal- po Crescent City. prohibition tlc-ket. MHH! Kiirklnirt IH to jail' us a nalilltinl drunkard. UiiHt of Lock hurt Mil In, utnrOrlnndo or contract, Is brought by a lecture
/ of the clrcl1h.tlon..Ol1c. the reHident of 1,011"v..lI... county, .. In court he clutched the arm met MHB! MarthaBjlobwsBii.. uircau.GovernorGeneral.
adJoins, or near the blood Is thus con tjt in I nil ted a terrific tho daughter! of a wealthy lumberman of the constable .and begged\ to be of Tampa, ut Klmthnmue one dnyl Wood of
,.. battle for life eimues.' The stnamxr City of Plttsburp with Ht week when. the two went before full and Cuba
Issued free
u.s Orchard Tract at "The fact that the educational Interests plyIng bntween Clnclnnall and I She Is the Ilrat candidate lu the field the bur WIM his daughter. AtIjIKht. ti minister where!\IlLrlha changed her jins W. H. Reeves a wlio. In connection pardon to
VIeiiiphls was dratoyed by lire at unpronounceable name to that ofHllHt.
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hOIlH -to-houH" cnnvns. of him xhe Tears
and iniiklng a wept. courxeu -
...bome. Address of our HI ate are financially. a point rx-low (Citlro III.,< Iiwt. Bun- here who with Neely and ",Hathbone was .recently
"Home of the men up down the cheeka of the man.
sentenced'
fostered by tho fund arUIng from d"y. mid some 75 persons lout their I are talking nbont running! for eonjrpHS Miss Newman said her father had base to lU'lI'/lr.' ImprlHonmeut -
One of the iiioxt Interesting In Havana .. a Hue.
.he UgalUetl sail of spirituous Ives by burning or being drowned.Vfost I tell. me my rape IH uncli" 'HH, tlmtif squandi'rt.d Ills estnto In luteinperinco. the is*
F.J H. HAEEE of the eiirera worn In bnd I ; hnll games of Hoiuum wns played of fUrI: in for complicity' in the Cuban
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elected I can't be sented, Hllesaid. Shu could'hiirdly rontrnl herfeelings
Iquo H:wilt n\ ces arlly cause the when the tire started nnd In the frnnjy -' ; at Ht. Augimtlnu l laat Friday between (inslal frauuli.\ Reevea. was liberated
"I here that she proceeded. with the
wiinr. to right
i Hay an the local club ami the team of the "
child mind (whether of youth or ot awakening .t.. the situation tt once.
PAI\TKA, FLA.jBrown If I got a majority of the votes cimt narrl llve. Agricultural collegn. The scorextood
adult) to Imbibe tho notion that the lumped overboard while others I In the tenth district I'll to con-
were caught In the Humes. go a to 1111 favor of the St. Au- In nn address befor the. Harlem
.Iquor< trutfloj In not so great an evil (resH nil right" and I here ls no law to KAI.AMA/.OO UIBI.'H HINT giintlne nine. Democratic Club In New York dry

Brick Co. after all. Moreover, the Insidious prevent m... Frank J. Kelfnr, u hotel porter nt who killed hi.1I"Ihew ast week < Congressman Kob't. VV.
Inoin Mnlphiu,
untruth will Invest the child heart, SAVKD TUB ..LoviDOxcslMr HYPNOTIC HAIB TONIC Rending Mich., bequeathed t.ItJINHI J Jby > nenr LaC'rome, Alachuu <:o., Davis of Florida launched a boomforth
that after all the drink liable cannot *. Mary A. Vll"t, Newitii>. flo'o.. Ills grandfutlier v ho died In Uerinany Justice presidentlnl nominations in
writes: "I believe Bnllsrd'B Horehound Locked up with her baby, In acfll.In U receiving letters from on Mnrch IM, wns dlHchnrged by 1U04. He named David. Uennett Hill
w MAKE THE be so hideous as mothers and preachers Hjnip is superior, tot any other cough Union Hill. N. J., IH a young women In every part of the United Knight of LaCroHse, before ,. of New York for president and
have. aiL ulouK declared. KBuoh mndlolne. anil, wl'l'I do all that Is claimed. woman. charged with having hypnotised Htutes.- !Many have pmpiwed mar whom he was taken The for a lather prellml-of Joseph W. 11*Hey of Texas: for via-

brgestHardest Infamous notion**.will be Irresistibly l For It, and it la so pleasant. to take. My a veteran's widow and obtained riage. One young lady' living In the ruvry examination.who was killed retimed. to presldent.
.. I Instilled into the imagination of our little girl wants to take I' when. the has. nearly |lumi\ from her under fnlsepretenses. Knlamazoo;: Mich.\ offer to exchange boy .
.01. AND? no need for It." Dullard's Horehound The prisoner Is Mrs. C'arrla : photographs, and Uggest8) In prosecute his brother. There I're-lO\IMIO veteran Confedrat*
sat" Fij o Brlcli1ADE Gonfldliifcand common folk, and ..bytbla Byrup I. the great ours for all pulmonary ; Reynolds: venrs old. Mrs. Sur modest terms the IIwe..tn"",, of her lien. 11. Hopkins, candidate for soldiers In Dallas, Texas, this week
: \ UDHorupuloua, deception we destroy allmontn. loo GOo and 11.00 at ah J. HrabHKon anserU' that Mrs.Ueynolds disposition! 11 lid her ciipn Milt lea as n the legislature( In Duval county Is.) Inbt. In attendance upon the annual
IN FLORIDA. their faith' and future. May Aokerman t Stewart's, Palntbu, and i by merely rubbing her> I Ihe..d manager. Keller says lie does not Luke's hospital and In a critical reunion of the United Confederate.
hair fa .
with a ton surate !e I inobtulnhifl Veterans Association. There are
3K ALWAYS ON HAND Heaven and manhood. for..fondl""Ther. Lounds' d..tore. Creeoent City. (: such n powerful Influence' euro to marry.RKMKVKH condition his trouble being caused also enough Sons and Daughters of

.> at Tllglnnitu's Mill., .. is a well deQned principle over her that when she asked her for from accidentally swallowing his thn Confederate present to "make a
lu the code of polUloal/soclul and rellglous (MX) she gnveJior a check for the' IN MAHUIACIB false teeth. The plate U now in hi* total of nearly 125UU> stranger*
but In tlie his
iprtcea call on or address ethics, admonishing' us 'to FOR SALE amount w itliouT hesitation. Hattie M. HayuH Pralrleton township ntomnch .swallowing He present In that city.\ Thecity la
cut. cannot .
It. 0.1IAMM, When shenske'l 1 her for _:ax more near Para, 111., holcU the record throat wns badly covered witb ft gII. '
beware of the Greeks bearing gifts. tdke other than liquid food nnd even
she hr another check and ,
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divorced and married ftiday.
gave of being to
mart's Mill Palutku Fla.Illtlcal Any profit of. the dtopensary, or en." of Pailalka. po..1. when :Mrs. Reynolds demanded her Friday morning he wa.< this causes Intense pain. A wholesale. daylight 111 delivery

other system of traffic .Irvlntbiloants, bank bookr pension. certlflcute and granted; a decree of divorce from her Three desperate. criminals. attempted wa frustrated. by scrub woman atKokoino

Announcements.. accruIng to so pralnwortliy. art Institution 1 175,000, five per cent bonds, Palat- other valuable papers, she waa unable hdxbnnd, George Hayes. The two to break lull Ht Key Went ,Innt 'abseirae, I nd.. a of few the days'sheriff.nan.; tb lathe .

I-U>S 1 f m*M l***V V* M I KM Mfc *f"Wf* 'ns education,neoenHMrlly tends k*, Fl...-:Notice Is hereby given that to reslsh. children were given .to the mother week,' .attacking the turnkey and prisoners sawed the burs" and escaped
FOBTHD LEOIULATURB. will be renelvsd That afternoon she married KlmerJncob him rough In attempt to- get
sealed bv using
11,11, annoanun mr-wll1. oandlttatai to fasten that '.mn of all vllanles,.' as proposals THINKII.haus: WAS A HYPNOTIST *. and held the divorce certltlcatu and through them. The women opened
/ hold of the kp Help came
the Board of Bond-Trustees of the the doors to scrub the corridors, and
to Ilia LffflHlAtunaubjeot .a sty led it of How Jesus have walked In one had and ber mnrriagr
Wesley upon our system may upon the men were driven to their cells
*of ii* Dttraoemtla prlniArjr of Put* Fwlatka the prisoners madea>dash for liberty,
of until
4iniy> ThnnklRB my fcuDBil*' a noy forklelMitf government and com nlt.t the awfulblasphemy City the sea anil what Is meant by thn license In the other while Judge at the point of 111m II. A search of but clubbed back the
".por' au" ....uU..n .... ,.. 'b. _.. I of which !MAY' i, l00a: miracle of Miwes. striking the .rock Kaup pronounced the ceremony.PADKRBWIHKI the prisoners .how l them to.pon. with were and .by' women
condoning that brooms *
>d io .wrv* thorn wUh. heal mop.
my
fourth water
at 8 o'clock and drawing! were explained ess a knife and plstcl which had
|nA Hral tout'ihftt r Mirvloa with my Jo iintm DIM. thitn xp rleiiont .v r God condemn." :' p.m., by Dr. EIIIII' O. Illmch to been smuggled in by the wife of one Isaiah Rhodes the aged woodsman
for the of One hundred and
.........."..11'. 'Can Christian people maintain purchase the ooiigrugiwtlon: in Temple Israel PLBADH FOB WBBTCKIgnace of them.. from Ulster. county, N. Y., who
'a.t..." Mua.t.L,: their Integrity in the of the seventy-Aye thousand. dollar* .bonds Chicago. How Jesus may have performed Paderwlsfcl wan In'Alhanv startled Poughkeepsle last week with
eye of the City of Palatka, denomination his cures was also explained last week and called on (Jo\,. OdeLt A. M. Nicholson and M. C. HamIln -. a story of the arrival of ft ve daughter
..FOB .OOOMTT 1'IIKASURRIU world and any reaaonabl Jiop .of $1,000 and $500, each ,d"ted.ray 1st, the lecturer announcing his belief to nek him to pardon Antnn Werner; returned on Friday from a ten In the family of ,his daujfhtee oaHunday
htiy, )i mocr..uaou tld...mfcmm. mywil of(Putntun._..dld.'e County t<*r i.. Heaven In their hearts, except they 1903 bearing interest at five cent In them anti even In method* serving. life sentencn for murder' days snake hunt bringing wIth them now proves to have overestimated .
Ti tn b nffiofiol County Trnmiiror. ndtnklnc drplora and defeat, the InUiultous per by which Dowle and the Christian Wemer had written toj-.lm. mid Ivi- thlrtv-tI ve nakes, fifteen being, diamondback the census of hi* grand-
y m for.punk fnvorv, rfH|?;ottu.>Tr methods all and singular-by which per annum, payable' ...seml-annuiilly scientists work Hypnotlnm WAd the ought his Intercession a. a cuuntry rattlers fromflveto six paternity by exactly, four babi....
stupport ttft Ut o mln lUintMtfiiiiy' I In,Falatka. or New York City, maturing suggestion given by Dr. Hirsch for man. Pa .. J. y_ thin uionster .vll I Is perpetrated' and May Ut, 1MU; each h.id must be the miraculous cure accomplished that If Werner wa panlonvd ,'h_ to fifteen rattles each. Mr. Hamlln woman made the denial.The .
nutured la our nation? by Jesus. Thausa of a inechanlsni would provide mean for hls.tr p'- roved the better>t th". two for
i\Vldoof( Boston))-I bars a The! bateful" b..re8ll y that warrants' accompanied by a certified oh.ok olflr 'might explain how Jesus was able to portutton back to Europe. Wilmer .8 nd.*from itart to finish and ft. will of the late Dr. T D WUtTalinage
I from your TJnols Jame*. Pen- the p r'ceOt of the par 'vnlue of the appear to bis dticlples In the inldstof w.n ccntenoed In 1HB8! to Hlng. Sing .nace hunter h* I I..* up to hi.* Job. leave* an estate valued.
ho want us to ipend the.umibUfarm. "'dolni'.11. that good may bonds bid for. The Board of Bond the itorin on Laka Oallleor It foe-Ufa. Odelihai not mad, his dnlslou ... But when Ib comp tocsrehlnjt them JW)>.OUU of which about (100.0UO I* In
Feavlopa (dubloui *- corns': 1 I. fastening lUelf upon ,tbe Trustees res r* s the right to reject might have .been an Illusion. The public, /" v he' hllll a'fob to )"t. Tbe maMort personal property eonslstlng of '
thar If-rjy foolety, In the n.lM'b- public mind and will certainly IMIISla resurrection of Jeius was more;than *" I. for th* tr was a ,beautiful little .rcurcd note. United titatm bonds,r
xlr Mr. 'Waldo-!'". ,beard terrible ooninqutnne er* long any and alt bids. AIIld.! should be a f"cth.. nald. It wns soaiuoh Queen Wllhelmlnn of HollXad' inIU ere tllr. known M pol Iee..t. ..nolskunk. Atock and cash la t>a>nk... .Trio
lopeak. of the HoUtlnes andfley. marked "Proposals for Bondavandadl.1re..ecl morn than fact that. It did not mak with typhoid] fever ,,"a.the palace It I 111 a beautiful little 'ant.rnal .' wld \lf"tret.t'vlletblrd' and 'tb_
*. II'.uOl" they are plo..- Masqueradingunder' th* tuli: ol to E..8. CrlU, ChaIrman any difference whether U wa a act ha* bean placarded and quarantined with blaek: and wblt *lB-.aj remainder' goes tto the shildwn

ple.-o.tOQ QhraU ,1\01" doing (food Satan *uoce di lo ensnaring of Board of or not It waa *,truth, tr. ,Hlnob"ealared. i At lait report*th*qu *u wa' lunj>rov.c at.rlPf'I'' a1141..er It* body and weigh. There were no bwqimabt, 'tq .publUnk. '
"he Jar ." :'number of victim_ *,,. PourtJfluit! \\te' !r ',IDle about uo pounU,-Orlando !Htar, private, oliaflUetiv.. ; '



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and the vigilance} of the otfiiurs, followed Wade Hampton u Dllllhing 4rrI.

THE PALATKA I the complete overthrow of the reform govern- Southern Leader: ;, MEYER ,J'i'

AND ADVERTISER and the reseating of the olJ. corrupt regime of From t the out one h of and the one great of Its slat. wc-althtepl eholder. iA' I. M \ ;

1 Reformers as a class;. are not satisfied with mak u.euthe poKHemorof u vast ancestral \1 1t ;

AM The!.t.PKtatkft.nt.PtwttiiHiiUir. 'N_w.onil Mmnrul i MlvurllMH-to.tw.Ibll.IIOI.Uth.1 huts.hw-n .,......; ru.4'I by tn Ihv. .. progress toward Cettur things inch by inch. pHtul..In..and hiM n old hlatoilo age, and mansion" the ,txiuuicy to poverty \,; Palatka Fla., \

+hr to the uii':llNiutH*uoiiit-<;:tuM nisi It..r,Nlitl' bus uuiturtlliiKly, twvli insist! that the foreign' > element and the free of t Iwo rooms, want fete of (1..11. \t! \,;
:
I' tvradat UMl'amtka prtnmae. ''''n easy/ class, which ia in the majority in New I luo iigo\ In Columbia, H. C., In Ills I Sl Ages:: \,;

shall be completely submissive to the State: Blab \,;
S+ llli : your Ni /
rje I An unofilclal Newspaper. tt the PtMiiocrivllo, .sort Hampton hind been governor nod
pi s which are satisfactory to the country towns and Ills the Idol of Hi w
senator of state, Snow'sW.
; MI 1 ,t the kind. you ithouUI keep In your.famlly. (" The majority naturally rebels, and the Hud wOlle of I thn mo,tdashing Geo. G. -

.. and daring of the, lenders" or i
-- is the when the deck hnnda
ys exactly same/ as the lost cause lit thin war between AND.- "/
ry' { i Published at Palatka, Fla., Thursday of each a big/ ship attempt to stop their craft short by the status. !

i RUSSELL cjVICKERS.. her with the mooring lines. The lilies : Since I the service niilnfl.tlon IIH (Tnlled of. Slates('Jell.IIl1mploll'M .1. Douglass'FINE

and the vessel goes adrift. railroad 1 commissioner, ho hud l lived, ,ate_ U
HIM "sand, hlllx". near Columbia, :
," The strict set have urged upon Mayor Low the H.on(J., In an litipntHMillouM cottage. : sts SHOES FOR GENTLEMEN'S" WEAR. 1l
WXj A. RCBBK1.L, EDITOR. policy of checking the may-going element! called. the HiHilhern C'rosa. ThlHklriiuture 1/!

t abruptly. The result will bo a period 1 of uiiii style., of muttirliilHtaken was hullt ill& the from southern' the vvt vw r =- - '- -

TIIU SLUMP' OF IlEV. .1. C. IMUCTKK.Independent : caution and skillful evasion on the part of the general's! IInc....,rill home at Mlll- ShoesIH' 6
v burned, In the lim
e t : .. of the divine character of its 111 dealers who, by the way, are !not ideal! ob year\vood.whlcli of the war.wax Originally the cot h Queen Quality W

the souls of of law at best and eventually there will hu iuga>\ contained but four rooms, hut \ Fott LAIili4'VLAH,
to shape the lives and save men "
built In the
addition "
abode of future happiness, the Ch riutift.il complete overturning of the government to the rear later of an It, containing wax two rooms. Oxfords, $2.50. Shoes, $3.00 }
k 1' { which for When his home burned In IH'W! n \.; it it"I
in was so recently dr-poaed! cause well
', I come ]to be regarded as a pretty safe guide 'I' wave of Biintlmiint that swept over As fine as the finest. They fit as ,
of the- wiser heads like Jerome have warned Ny
V'I tare looking to the removal of those the state iiiul the \point started a well and are just as good!: as the ii'1
ao"7 blocks to right living with which the path of party that it is committing suicide by such a popular movement to buts n honin. look as the market i.W i.\.\
; for the general, where he might paceIn | / highest priced goods on
; kind through life is beset. The ideals of the but the Parkhurst element seems to have the tranquility. hid few roniHlntng w 111,
tt with evil has of the administration. Unless the present gov years.The. FINE POTTEUY WAKE: given away as premiums :!
have been Compromising ,Q
lofty.
j : .;, been a plank in its platform Making will open its eyes to the mistake of abrupt and although general was deeply' ,an touched proud as by poor the, "! { ; we use! the Rebate! Stamp R'st-v"-<:!llI.; Call and: 1 'I t

: : evil" has not been its practice. plenteously showered him resolutelv \ get one lIJ't;
_ with which the derision at the next ellctioll.ILnd reform will declined to avail upon/I himself of .t%' '
i Imagine then the feelings $ $.>:
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Florida view the trouble in securing a new hold-, them iu anliiKle. Instance. To hull _'_'' : -'-'-'-'-'-- --- :
rp body of Christian people in vicinal prolfers he returned 1 polite
i yl of and refusals to take the
Lion from these cardinal principles VIHUIMA'S SUFFUAOU I'I.AN. positive tip
role of and llo furustiill I the
? "' of the Rev. J. C, Porter editor of the Baptist Republican newspapers in the north are dealing popular. pauper movement projected In his Make FineCO1ZfCCt1C1"1S

,d t r less who hai simply thrown up his hands; behalf/, nliulu iiiinoiincement Ihroiiul!!
deal of uncalled criticism of the south ::
a great the press. of hU I Inability to accept It. :: :
"
j,, ; dered in the fight against the drink curse, and a few southern states are changing and tot f.it'i\ Hampton wan the head or one who Eats'it
1 advises with all the power of his pen, that the of (the. most fiimoils old families of And everyone Farmers Attention!
their laws relating to suffrage. It is quite the Palmetto Hlntr. His uncestru ,
ance of the Christian army lay down their Millwood l of the wants more
oIIlLbl" that the new plans will cause the disfran estate, was one
into the whisky business under the name of moet beautiful the south. Princely Our Chocolates and Bon Dons
11 IE"
o'er' of a goodly part r>f the colored vote, but hospitality to all comers. wax Its
a ', r pet.sary and do what they can to make :the impartial enforcement of these laws will also ruin. \ '. her had vast statex are always Fresh and Pure. This is plowing time and you \may need! a. new plow. We lire
Mississippi. well III
in as as
I respectable. the whites of both parties who cannot show South Carolina, and.. was the largest county agents for theOLIVER
o -; These are not the worda but they are the to possess the requisite qualifications. slave owner In the country. Ice Cream, Ice [Cream Soda
ble conclusions to be drawn from the Rev. When the war came Wade Hampton CHILLED PLOWS.
M ,
i The state of Virginia has been made the special win one of the leaders of Ills and other

advocacy the dispensary! system of selling of attack. The new state constitution which state. For the Inevitable conflict he You all know there's none better. We ales. have the Atlanta Steal Plows

I+' The ideal of the Christian church has been sure to go into effect gives the right of suffrage raised legion. the of standard civvftliy of daredevils tho Hiunptoi and Hot and Cold Drinks, We huy direct from the manufacturer aud can save ynu the middle roan's profit.
c of the legalized drink evil. GENTLEMEN. Come and see UB, or If jou can't do that write us and let u* give you ( total AND
extirpation four classes of people, : First to all "who have I rough riders, every man. The FOR LADIES We are also agents for Putnam' county fur; the

yt" the accomplishment of this purpose all its
+ have been trained. From out the church States or of the Confederate states, or of; 'I IHtlfi l Millwood was burned and way seem to enjoy It. ai-I! PLANET JUNIOR CULTIVATORS.They \ .

sprung such organizations as the AV. C. state of the United States ;" second, to their Hampton.. whose steady and constant fight has before the of the the Celebrated ICON AGE CULTIVATOR, and everything the, line of
N} purpose ; third, to any citizen who has paid, during the Just burning A. SMITH.
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ewtf' q' the total destruction of the traffic. These Southern('I'OHH. den. Hampton passed .
previous to registration, one dollar in property his alit birthday. Garden Tools.This .
bad forces have not yet succeeded in the fourth to citizen who read An offering was a rope of 81 bunch During these
; any can any sec .. of fresh inlet three going to be the beet year since the '95 tre<...*. The man who plows thins,
e. \ *, brought by
ti t plishment of their purpose, but they have of the constitution and give a reasonable expla- little girls None of the little maid House Cleaning DaysYou spring and summer hall .bettor prospects for a good profitable reaping lime Oi-xt
steady progress and have won Ulan *battl..a. of it, or who shall be able to was over \U yearn. old, but they blushed fall. Orange grower will be lu It attain: but they will have to plow.. We ..eallo
give
t a prettily when each received la kiss sell them the plows, the cultivators and the garden tools-they ere the nbovt
rj are constantly getting new recruits, and there explanation of a section of the oonstitu lit mm, and .said" : "General, we will can brighten ip the bouse named prosperity. brand.

never, been a council of war in which the frm: after it has been read to him by one of the always remeir.ber, this" with bottle utNonpariel'

__ ,N' rends[" was tolerated. of registration. ----. Kur.iiiure p. !lisp KENNERLY HARDWARE COPALATKA .
I>iMiitttro>M Conrpliument."Depew'said
w jp But now comes the Rev. J. C. Porter, who is the last clause that has raised the growl of .. ... FLA.

the fight is an up-hill one and he ill tired. But it is difficult to see where recently of a the gentleman senator, to BpeukIng the- It will slake old furniture : .

i j can't get what we have, been striving fur. BO' objection to it can be made, provided it is fairly New York Times' "pays a coinjillment look like new
and 1
us gracefully nil man
any
.,; t quit striving, Instead of fighting the honestly enforced. The ballot should he in the one would l never expect to see him We have new Furniture, too and are
us adopt it and try and make it respectable| by 1a"t of men who have an intelligent appreciatioi fail to rl.e. to the. o cas'on.'! It was getting It ID all time time.
therefore a. matter of cimxldetubl
aging; it <>iir elvcn. the. American form. of government mid the., func surprise t.11... when, ,at /a diiine Our Undertaking Establishment 30TH YEAB OF PROSPEROUS BUSINESS.!'

r To the credit of the-Baptist church let it bi of its dilToront branches and it should where tho senntor! was a guest, I obHelved -
w y' not be that he ,allow ml, d to 1 pass several la eomplntt every detail l ACEERMAN
.. r that the great majority of its ministers are tl..>rcd unjust to withhold the right of suffrage excellent opportunities to com & STEWART

l the Porter dtripe.SCIINCK. any man, white or black, who has not sufH the plimont company.a charminu Afterward; young lady I coin ot F. A Gerber & Sons ,

understanding to become reasonably familiar mented upon the omission to MrUepew Wholesale and

s lu P '1 AVOUUIEI HIM. the constitution of the government under 'You himself.observed the lady?' he ask 'Phone 01. Palatka 110-113, Fla.So. Front "St., Retail Druggists. jjf

Prince George of Bavaria seems to f lIe an ; he lives.Throughout. ed.

'ensmyof science., This young princeling has I both the north and south the purport "" 'Yes'You,'noticed I answered.that she might lIe JUST LOT RKCF.1VKD tANDRKTHU UAHOK Fresh Garden Seed For Bprlnfrlautlnih'

*dL: f ;; gained some notoriety by publicly jumping, meaning!: of this document is taught to school extrem"lr.8en,1 II v,,?' he went on. Hend In ynuronlun

S' theoretic sense, all over the frame of kind old ) of all colors and races, and the grown mm .'Yes I luuln't/'I replied; considered l. though the truth lady'sdisposition tot..lI. $2.00 will pay for the INDTJCOUGH OURE.I .

Itanko, who never harmed a living thing, and by their ballots decide the destiny of a sover at nil I
:as cents bottle Quaruitet
it has devoted his life to the study of man. state should at least be required to possess the once" 'Well/Bald told u. sensitive Mr.. Bepew.girl.slowly that, 'I I Jacksonville! Daily Metropolis ACKERMAN per STEWART. DRUGGISTS.nnoioinnnonirnnnirnrirnrnnnrnrnrnnnnrnnrrinr by .

Prof. Ranks has mingled much with the I degree of information. The ignorant vote i is thought her ns sweet. as honey, and

Europe. lie has seen men wearing corsets. I purchasable vote and the is the result. was disastrous' from now ", ,,, ,,, ,,,,,, <
+Fti' i purchasable vote a 'How so?' J queBtloned. though I ,,, ,,,,,, '> r

4 seen brainless fops ogling women. He has threatening menace to intelligent and hon. ought to have known better. UNTIL, DECEMBER I, 1903: ,
vanity at its worst, and he has run across "The senator answered, me In f\

1 throne history'in the past half century to make government. hives whisper. : ": 'Next day .the InJy bat Covering the entire scope of E OK Pal atka flews a aDoes

t J. N. Whither of ...
Orange de
6 ; wonder if some human beings have a right to county, having{ the political campaigns ....
": '; insult the animal kingdom as to claim to enter the race for Railroad Commissioner. What tile linl>} Weighed.A .

' u*, a ; with the ale.'i. more than likely como in I a. winner at the home chap, who had been the strong of the year.
'f"i
f ( Mr. Whitner has a wido acquaintance man of Ills class/ at college, .ho all kinds of Modern Hook'anil Job Printing .
f In his speech to the students of Munich ( held the amateur championship DM a Address
Prof. Ranke did not assert that- Prince George Florida and ie! a Democrat in whom there i is hammer thrower and lied lifted HIM) 'at popular prices.
f'fa dead) weight, was wont to ==
variableness pounds
neither shadow of turning. Not _
J cended from the chimpanzee or the simian. on brag of his prowess Carter $ Russell Publishing Co.
imply touched on some fool habits of will he make a strong candidate, but, in the event "My muscle aro like Iron" ho The office is equipped with the newest material -
wuultl..ltv.. "1 tired'," Jacksonville Fla. ::::: .
am never
e his election faithful and -
.t and made a comparison that by inference a intelligent official. Finally the chap. married and :: and the class of work turned out etj'aala.m E=
t bear out Darwin's pet theory. became a father. He rpcnt $">.4O. I In
{ was odd that president should<1 be the las' telegrams; to lends.. 12.60! for clguirs!! ,style! that of any Job' Printing Establishment in
George got He putTed out his cheat .
angry. to discover that torture was systematically : and 'IH65/ for diInks. -.
I the buttons his strained. It in the At the end of four months the! OIK'dlent Spirit Saved Him
1 on military jacket Philippines. : youngster, was. ail old story slid := the South. Give us a call and learn something ::!
fit%R '* *" I feared that he was about to "throw" a fit. lie -- weighed tJ!\ pounds and a few ounces Judge Pennyi'Hcker of Philadelphia -

trounced: the professor in strident tones and as the Philippine war is comfortably ended When the mother wanted. the erstwhile rnndln tens<>8Hof!' a the story Pennsylvania which shows.Dutch the about good work at modest prices.. '

It that no member of his family had descended fJ more, the dodgasted Morns", begin to get gay. from t rron", father to the'to trolley tote the car heir the limn to obey those In authority: :: ::!
In ImU! Sheridan under order
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Y,4 an ape. He officially reprimanded the A Humane Act. father Be'ore made walking an awful I a block roar.perspiration burned every bnin from a. valley I Palatfta news 3ob Voice

,1 ;, and made about as much of an UBS of himself clergyman tail. thl story of n Immune act by a man /Irineubreathed I II the old man's. face and .above below WlnchfHttr.Btauntoii to a A, band clOl.taln of point
is know and of whom like a.stalled Butomobllii angry
prince can, which a good deal. there were many and diverse Confederates tollowed thin ram, ::
"This kid ,weighs. a ton," he ::!
r't
What a blessing it is that we are not all declared. watching for II chance to pick up any Russell UlCkerS \
kt' hot nl (ht I was waiting 1 In a. Nebraska. cltv for straggler.*. Animifr others who tell T Proprlt.ors.lUUU1UUnUUmmmmmmmmmmuUamUUaJ1UUlU. .
dear sntlhlxwife(
There are only a few people who care a rap electric our, which ran every half hour. The streets My arried your Into their hamU W/IS little Pennsylvania -
Y .. early. deserted; the only society I had at the street were von boasted of .
their ancestors. beyond three or four removes, i Dutchman who quietly)
wa n. tall stout Jolly looking man and a home- strength and fiver nliice I became turned to his and 1
Innuired,
implore l
matter) not whether the originator of the / cur which wandered desolately up and down.. the your happy bride you have come Vnt fellows going to do Ittne _
l s 'w dk. 'I believe that dog 1) in id),' I said to com- hone Rt night,or rather in the morning you in -- --J
my
> g. family first found himself swinging by the 'he nets with a Toad that would h..ve-kepl ?
\ ; ; very queerly. J uxt then the cur made H The short and
from mollusk tic leap. at a trickle of water you oil boulevard. where heavy reply carne sharp: PLANT
a tall tree, or as a jellyfish or dribbling from a foun- "(-1"1111 SYSTEM.The
the where truffle l Is Men are so you.
he prohibited.
: 'a, .A .' ing to a rock waiting for the rising tide to bring e on fountains square maintained for stood.itHmiaKlnu It was; the not thirst one. ol of unreasonable."-New York World.p.NT is"Veil de rule.," he" said, mcekley "vatever .

dinner to him. '. Even the tin cup provided for the wayfarer,had --- -
_ His natured threw the
KHK reply
snatched from Its chain. :Ext elent! Advice.A '
Confederate. Great
Into Through Car Line
4a The plain folks are so busy with the The poor animal's thirsty. ,' said a roar of laughterand From'Florida.
;a busy being good citizens and progressive: that med." my companion; young doctor had among* his_._ _firttt_u une.< saved' his. life.-New> York Trib CONNECTIONS
ntll an uncommonly dirty in- :
tried to lift the high
dog to
lent
/ f have time for the mysteries of the past and enough quench Us brought to hU otllce in the arms Tue
110 but It only snapped and barked and struggled. TT ATLAJITIO COAST Lisa, via Charleston, Blohmond atH
of a mother whose facet showed the
trouble. of big man looked about anxiously. aS' Waahlugton.
blue blood. POISON TO
y.bT .I 'There Un't same abhorrence of.jwap. Looking IS IJJI}Tae ROUTU" Savannah
t a vessel In this Chrllllilln city In whleh YELLOW THE 'BAltWAT. via Columbia and Tub!
t'f Ape or jellyfish let science wrestle with the a. drink of water before a dog! he (crumbled. IOWD upon the chiller for a moment, IDgtou '

# ject; the present incumbent is man, and he is lights he: made were out.dash. Back across he a came lawn In to house\. where suffering ie solemnly from said'hydropathic: "It. seems hydroph-to be .It In nalirlal your blood Germ? Physician' It can .b*seen call Vn ALL a4taTHE
a moment with
V : 4 ing forward, not, backward. flower pot saucer. He filled It three' times with'a" obia.' changing red blood yellow under The Southern. B'y via Jeeup, Atlanta and Chattanooga.
._ .. tor the eager doHr. Then he hurried, back to the "Oh doctor, !la It ns bad. as that,?" microscope. It works day and TO WestEasi t}Tbs Loulavlll ft Nashvlllt. via Montgomery.
t 1, to replace large palm In IU saucer, while I pick. cried the mother; that'll a. big hick- night. First It turns your com The Southern n', via Havaunah Oo.urobU and ABhevllla.
a I TUB REFORM IS TOO AR11UHT. the grip he had left beside ine and held the car a ness. for inch .a mite." Whatever plexlon yellow. Chilly, aching The Mobil t, Ohio B. B. via Montgomery.
shall I do for the ch IId''Vn..11 / sensation
r r The past several Sundays have; been xecunds for him. I never knew who the man wax Its face, madam. ," replied backbone. You creep feel down weak your and l VIa Savannah and 0 i two later when I In New .
d ; yearn wan York and tin doctor' "the disease will oil worthless. TO t Philadelphia and. Boston, via N'rlk for N. Y. Wash and Ball.I .
dry days in New York. They have likewise to listen. to a lecture by Col. Robert O. Jngtrnoll. with the dirt." go THE, }I Via I Savannah and Merchant Jt Miners Tranenortatlon too

days of rejoicing among Tammany leaders, and great t of the agnoslla Nebraska wan cur.the" man who had assuaged the "Wash. its faoo!-wash Its face, Ir- ROBERTS' CHILL TONICwill pan for Baltimore.
deed!I" exclaimed Its mother VIa BTBAMSHIP.Tfl .
of grumbling among the saloon men and the losing stop the trouble now. It
;- her temper; "what next, I'd. like to enters the blood at West U Mall' Steamships or the Peninsular ',*.Occidental Steams
once and Key
+x) mers of liquors. As the saloon men look at it Reedy Chun go lied Fellows. know?" drives out the yellow poison.. I ship Co. Port Tamp. to Key Weat van.h la connect' wits

are worse off under the Low government than Tommie had been put to bed alone. 1 1 was np- "Wllllh'four own, madam-wasii If neglected and when Chills, AND } The Plant' System.
your own, wan the rejoinder. J I
und the thunder rolled and lightning" Hashed un Fever, Nlght-Sweata and a Three ,
general HiYAJlAfl Ships
rc were under Tammany.That organization He lay quietly until he could no longer _.pp break-down com. later on. J Every Week, Leave Port Tampa a m.
"' blackmail them heavily and made them It and then Ills little iilghtgowned figure Mared "What l la. your Idea of a statesman Roberta Tonic will cure onclaya, Thursdays and Halurdaya.ea .
upon you
p head of the stairs. .. ?" "A Btoresnian ",said Farmer th n-but why wait?' Prevent :rVaaawTani: c I Via Boston and! Canada, AtlanUo and Plant Steamship tin forrHINiaillWAKM
vide the profits of an illicit business. The !" he cried. Cointnasel. "18 an oaice bottler who future alcknea The manufacturers : r f
government deprives them of all profit by cl my son" came the calm rejoinder, can quit think In' almul quail on toast know all about this yel- UUMIM ) Ualllax. Bawkwbnry Charlottatown.TICKETS .
? 4' ; afraid 101It\. thunders and I'm all alone." once In awhile and remember the low poison and have perfected WINTER TOURIST will be NOBTHEBK.
w > their doors and letting the Raines hotels, the back to bed, Tommlo," came bin mother's voice. American. eagle."-Washington Htar. Roberta Tonic to drive It out, EASTERN, WESTERN and SOUTHERN! on fain throughout the BeaorU "It
Florida
STATES to all
e. tigers and the big hotels and clubs have you know nothing can hurt )'ou1" Inexperienced and anxious. young nourish your system restore Plank System dw leg the aakon 1801-lw 1 limited to return until My 31.will'
f1 went back to bed but not to stay. appetite, purify the blood, Iberal. stop-oYer privileges In .. Till
'
mlstress-Thenow housemaid Marlr pre Florida. ADDRESSES ; IN
diminished] PABTIE8
there be in the Sunday and OF
.r profit may he cried again, thin time the little figure I..N a Catholic but I hope will vent and cure hills Fevers and, NORTH sent to the undersigned will be InforBttlo:
you not llberiilly supplied with all
g 3g k- Attempts to enforce .strict observance of the half war.do..natall'll.. allow any religious controversy in the Malaria.- .has cured thoui"da I std advel't1lllng .
$ miserable .. mother, "don.t you know I ,..servants hall." Cook (with: much -It will cure you or your For tafonnatlSMjS Bates, Bleeping. Oar writs&II
oall or
,,; day exoise: laws have always proved '*told you nothing can burt you, Clod;; always with I Ignlty )KVou needn't have any fear, I money back. ThIs. }la fair. Try r. K. J.rLLY Dhl.loD PD'8I'Reaervatloo.Agent..to., _on

urea in New York. The invariable result is .a ; and this my l 'lgh-cla hollies It. Price 25 cents, for said by 138 West Bay 81rwt, Ashr Hook' .. .r..kIlODyllle. ,Ia.Jr. .
"f o por ry contest between tM iog nnitjr of the l from ma the, wcvplof TommU.time there"you came com an'op audible, and rellgton'lsa.ver 1 mentioned I"- I Aofcermaa A ate"..... .If 1 AENHAII, B, W. WEZNN
: God and } Fnnob. Cau $eperlatatdeaR rut' .Tr'fa .f';
''rpv l a,, ll 1 f ; .l.spwltb M me sleep with p-LlpplncQt, t Ntrsasab, Gal B.vssedl


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THE CRESCENT CITY NEWS. Mrs. A 11105 POUONA.and RiandHon, Herbert- Mew Spring Goods.

FlBke, xpoiit tho day In I'alatka re

cently. Dip Line of Metis' and Boys' Mats,

--- -- Minn 1 A 111\ (lijIdItar left ')ThurHday
Big Line of Hens' and Pants.
-- --- Boys'
aflernno i, her her home, 'lineyrn -
.Crescent City
RIII ftM thfcrtioHt twiuitirul Irtoniiona jtt Flni I News hiui' lillliorto" fcfrnlnudfrom 'file 14eWt. owes an tipology, to tho The I Tolly t'olirori" i id Veil l 1)3' Iho Humer' Wnkellelil. HpentHatnr- Big; Line of Laundried Shirts for Hen.

j'rtn. Tim liiwu, IB III lliii Boiilheiuiiern pirt orPillitaiuoimiity : taking part in a ilfHuus- lltlluIndies; who the Boulotyof I of HIM day and Hundny" in alt his
id 'mllim from I'lilntlin. nml" IH any compow allll'.1 I t Dlwlpllue Club nr e tOWI 658 yards Embroidery and Lace.
_______ iHeiioil: : :by either,, Hioninm1 or mllwtiul.: tim* Mien of the imbroglio: !\ into which the "Willing Workers". groupu of .' (the of Mrs. ..1.V.. hi I e.
.'ntOlty lion tin lltff*> irrniulil wliluh rlBun' ......... dl'C"tlol Beautiful Line of Pearl Dress Buttons.
- I fully from the.. wuwt bunk or ureHctmt Luki' a: retired council and the, water company little people in the EplHuopal church Miller In Chnmhi' < In's hull Inxl, Friday 1- Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Smith of Jacksonville .

f IlktMl buaiitlCul moo nil unto'**of to olenr. Hvo walnr,iill.,.IS III.mlli'M w Iii tti..' 'Ituiitlh Tlo* got Itself over n repudiation by who have banded together for tho night., WIIK an lininuimu HiicceHR with Mr, .rauie litnti,411111 M'eek II. for I vlnlt Fine Display of Allover Embroideries. ,

fliluoi: It.:* well lulil out': .I In fc;wn alliS amva low, the former body of the lal tor's contract purpose: of doing something' nl,1 hot h In point I of tlio town
ItlUtBlX lliufiirnniruuiibtlculliiK, bllMlkl. 111 WMlh' it lin.illim l lyllltf IWIIWOBII ""II10.H.la.o for: supplying the town with doing.\ it willingly, to innke (thu world looter of the nntertalninnnt. 'lh..oWllt Miss 1um Wehb visited her 1..lh. These meafuwof tho.v.MV Intent urilvulB NEW SPRING GOODS for Men ;
ret iirm.i ,
_ in lli. w..'.O'.o""n Tutu l",,vol l the or .Inko anal Hull Anil. luke IB41I Htcllib hunt wilier-ft UUciiNHlon taken up by the b<,t.ter. 'These llttlu people, gave a Hole dnliiy h"h-ol thu le''" ID i-rover Monday moriilng y, ug I'IILI. Woinmi wild Children j list reoolvod. at the store of '

_ _f hlfflmr tlmu Ihiuor 'lttk, cwiBiwnt. UIIIB'' nrfonl parties composing the bitter, vindictive "lilrtlulay Reception" at the home which cniiHiul I lie / nut of ;
I IIIK' iwrfrot' dralnnao. Tho wumr nt lake mella 'hl/III Mr. R. a Ma- .
_ tun* Its ,ii1il Np..hugs anil !. kmit HbHolulelyI and l unreHMonlngfivct Ions which of Mrs Cornelia. Lyon oIl Haturday;; I the until an iniiiHiiiilly I lit" Knit it11 (MI"latol1lLUlldld. 'ka J. MILLER ;
::
:: :
y" Atitliorltlnii, who I have niti'lo It II'OJI'11 Lodge meeting II ,
I la inlHiliiineniKir III town in In any WAy oontoiiiliiat' It. have been the curse of this town for afternoon, April 12th.. The Mews hUll wl)1 I thu dllllcullleu i I ) of the ThiirHilny.Kvnngellnii. \ ,

Di. TILe, I'linit: HyHlom Hallway: toiiclirn: hue, wont the past, 10 or more: years. At the should have mentioned thin fact ]lIstwe..k. work IH tugel her w 11 h :
u"oHI.I"ol. :
fbnnkor" lnk.. .Htolln two mlliw rnim the, town Miss little : : FLA.
IttiKlB lit...). ntunmer ,'lIn.uja piu.oni..<.irii anil Unitof the council'committee's' adverse but through an liiiidvertnnee t the i InimeiiHo I 1011 t ot drilling required Mr. nnd, Mrs. 1/iiwHon, dlllhtpr.1". . -

|tJunullon.'lulitto, and the .ollw"y"o"oo.rnim'" th. town flint, urBaumil City report on that contract the the mention was omitted.Tho / ( to perfect the 11111"0111 I lltlleperformers I I Sunday, mid lit Ilinw of wrlh'K. I Jfer NEW SPRING STOCK OF f I

K 'rIte ti'Ip. t Ity miMimur ttom Halnlkii or JnnkHoil. News. simply took occasion to sayseeU. society had malleil Invitations i In their vnrloim I many fl'lpndlf tv toil her speedy re-

__________ In thin I the Isono-w bole nf fiouiitry lion moat atul ilHllifliirui I,tn*, pikMnliHfC wiunr rldnBR Who I ( C. News of Jan.24,1 1001)) that: to 1111 the ladles in town and these. the wonder, IH I Hint the 1'I'ogl'ltl l"rt. "overy.l :rcE-r: GOODS .

B,mkH linn trip I III Bold eiilranoml rnmi BUirt tnI "Should the contentions of Aid\ Invitation read : flnlnhed NO >edltl 10uHly. Tin children S. E.: Peck was In Pit lal ka F'rl- ,
exi .
.
nlno inlloH Month of i'nlulkit
11111." At n point I Inv'.
the BMninar' loftvaB Ills Ht.JoliitB au<] eiiuurB. Hurlhut prove true thou chief regret ") he Willing Workers cordially the work II tel (honndleiee .
I f>>>ou|' rl,,,', It rout* r nnrrow butt birtuoiiBpstrenm of many will be found III the fact olJo.ypl Miss| MorrlHon her .JUTOPENELAT
lined on olllmr ulile' by a ihtrk itrowtlihornproa that there will be left no legal groundfor Invite you to attune! your own lilrlh- m'I.lllIlo, I tho xplritof I I theirpluiiHiiru Jbml. 1.1..c
*,iwli And |1."lmo.ln-It vorltnhlt. tnruun&prlunuuvunl. h .cluKil li Wt.I..k. hiHt, W'.dl..dnv C. L. CHAMBERLIN'S. .
dllY 121
Reception Haturdny April heat
I' I. 'llixrlvuiii aurvvH flits Stuart And coinproiiilHH, 110 matter What 111113'be ri ii.y. with" dinner I and oxerclHeHn ,
I fr.KjuuiilAiiil: : thuro I" never a. long laavk of: the morals Inth citue ; for In the 11X12': from 4 to 5 o'clock at (he reul-, Ml'B. Miller In deserving' of grant' I I ho II'nlc i l'llOiliI liy tho pupils Wn Invite I tlu> \lullto o""hll our Hlurk before purchasing nlnewherfl !oW

F i IhoUllhlh'*. ...... In night.'. HtreAra Afu the.Btoumor ulna mlli-n omurtfita or travel tutu view of mnny there IH sound moinlsIn deuce of Mrs. (I. Lyon... piltiute for, her iinliioun labors i In h". A nlmb..of Itt ins 1ul'rIKCI'1 young Stock of toll'itlilii'P H tis j"let rrtlviMl t'l' Men loud Hoys '

fftlin blond, and IxiiMltirul Lilka IJreHuunl. A rim the claim I that the city should llIIY The Invitations also contained 1 half rrleliiln, fl'OI hers Ild lli"wui-oiit Mini i I II t.iiliih ini.flrtie n Bhoug Thny wear like Iron. Every pair
of
a the
Reran hour nmlulmlC landn th.. panneimer at for what It tItUS" ah'nttdv had, and oil abiwla I children n labor for oar attending I I I the anil 1luIIII' R miMnlier wn urn liiulimirters| for th famous 8.kekll .. '
jllll'O"I'Ac.
_ e..oo""", City The boa tti.loav aionmer'a"H JnebBunvlllo Hoiilheniino&tnff. ..l... laid down lu the contract. little silken sack, and on the revettopage : hlch there seenm to ",. no ttlltIllllll.NIl port a delightful i tlY 11nlu. ( 1'1', fit innl pivui PHI lie loll'"isrlIetliml.Our Dr.ol"

______ 111evo.y 'rin.mliiy, Thurndiiy *...1 .Hatitrdayi' ,That contract wasentered Into In was written : titni other I tliiin tho love> end ex- Groceries Fresh and Prices Lowest. .i
ffvalatka f,til til both the to It The C. K. Hoclety gave a very en- are Always ,
'nt 8 p. 111 .Ilia shone dayn. Humming good by parties Thin is
"Birthday given ,
Reception" teem in
which Nile| IH
:: held the
) : i
hy entire
I.Umbout IKOTIH Oronunnl floutuy 'nU Friday at 1 n...arriving At I Inl.u to yea ; population of Crescent! lomo of MlHH I HilHii 1' A talk I U. In C'MVMlllHIIN: snent.0lty, Fla.
hats
been
: : :\ jerformnncs faithfully ex- Jllvt.ie lInl'Y.
>lka.. 10 a. m. ami at JwkHODVllle at 4'111u I | 'TIs Boinethlng novel, Its something '
? nt. No person tliti nliminor crow scut..I by enuh of I lie parties up to new City, logethor with I thu gratitude( of in 'Houkn and rending, hv Ilev.awHon .
: ;
innt for t'ramwiit, r.y. without. eCtutinlonolnulnew | tills from / ; and filled f the
time. Therefore "pur..lymOI',1 11lu.
We Bund to each this little Hack >arentn.Wants.
H fthi. Illtleolty enimatlfmit mak fit pl"aMiire fl any manor and a woman nhort atop A lire at standpoint it. would seem that 1'1""",. either send or bring it hack, [ -- ---.-- -. evening.MNn 1"llB. *!I Give Your Money *I '

B lung lover of the ...... thu city might to pay for goods it has With ant manly cents a* you alit Yf1lll'Hold it Sniiiiuci' lcstrt.l'ulr. Hide Owen of HatHiiina vlsl- J '
'i
Lt4 In me town proper are eome 01 inc mostbenuittlial the indi
already had same us any ,
ed in town week and
)
; f'I"n,11 II..t ,
f bo found 'In the auiM and
f the poople homoHUi ara.oultureil. ami priwiHiroun. vidual. But in this oastr, if the law We promise the number shnll never W. C. :ol'lul the popular proprietor attended the HOC lal Friday" 1 evening. Chance !
t.There': I. a Itoud .aohmd two o..u.lIoo-KI.I.oo.. is correctly Interpreted what we lid told. of drove him boon In ;
val and Vresbytorlutut-atid two good:) liouim' consider. a moral: obligation may be. HII Mr. \V. S. 111lelcl, madu 0 flying
) aid
where boaraft 1 0 our society we rniihe this ap- I I i ., du'hlthe, t
beKlilen pleneant private plnuea / to thu ( week.Field .
Hendel'Kolvlo. >
can. tja outalnod.1. .. Holol and', boanlluit* lionaelurluen come. In liMo of Its satisfaction' it PItt I, milking I'll U"1 Ciy. Come to our store. Are your feet sensitive? :i
for
are inoderato. Ibo people have IHOivnled serious, legal entanglement. Just Anti blBHHlngs( we truxt, In giving pl"t nrrnuifumeiits ei'opH in (it hut section nre look-
_ w..ll k"pt .guir link, rur Ilio entorialu. .. what to do, then, is going to prove, a you'll feel. leiiHingaHultnble hotel In tlmt city I ill? I hit the Then you suffer If your shoes are not comfortable. We soil shoes that will "
like aintiBemunt.Ipy r"III'knll"el.
[mnntof ttioMO who thla .II
ureeu nt oily .hat mi ru Orange. .iirovea than- hard matter: to deci.de". without resort Kind friends we'll give you Home- 01' nenr It, which he will conduct asa trees hl'e rlll'k hy blight give liunitoit and ni'rvluo.' You cull save. uiouey by buying' your Clothing of us.
Sany other 'owntn the oounty. oranifli eiiHnroI to the uourHI which them look and
Ihlngto".t, Hummer, I'eBort.Air. caimeH to Hick
I'ta" tte luwllng i ouupatliin of tlio' pooidennil. tbe "If the .News IIIIH one hope In the And others will furnl li numlualtrent. will probably caima their Suits and Pants for MEN and BOYS.
[uu...Utynlllila fruit.luau 'long bnon r...Anled. an a Norton IIHH ewtalillBhed early
matter that hope Is that a Holutiou of an enviable
.
death.
I iauperlor! ..........to AlmoRt tlint.. grown every In .IIYII''O.cltlaou'' 'of emillon theplace. 01tha the problem may be reached without The "Willing WOI'kars" 'wll.h ureet- reputation and IH iiHnnred ) Tiy us on l)ry Oools. and Notliins. You will find usa cheap and safe house

I bH ,well-kept grow, ninny of whlfli ocmipy, litigation, which In expensive and hIgH moHt henrty: HiicceHnkm of HiicceHHful winter Dr. Peck and family left for Savannah tu (deal "Itli. f
I the grove. lou 01 Inmrpnnulon.. w hlle uutluursltnut of had This en- yuBtcidny, nt which place
I. Into,' the country back. The. "nmrolmnteI productive feeliug. FoclH sure yon will couiu to YOIII'.OWII1Ilrthcny Hulls In the iniiiiiigemeiit of OroveHull.
will reHida for the .
I,of 0..0". CItY horn live molt, and thoy eh'w.KtiMkJi might be accomplished by the interested \ Parly.II they coming year.II CONE The Shoe Man
Knuh whiter has but added to .
of gomla whlfh would ito credit to many p'trtiea! getting together t'l'he -- --
Blottbe. larger* olU.*e ot..o'. BtaloA" Living" IBT water companycertainly will have Is iieedluxM to Htiy that there was the of that lionse. But ,
olii. than almoxt othor towo In the 10Pllltl'ly CNTI NOTON L.KTTKU.Wu
any
.....aper.. something to gain by diplomacy' if 'Il !general n-BpuiiHH. to tlli'HO unlqunInvllntioiiH I the sntiHon lenves hliti Crescent City Fla. :
''I. lie Htrttele. are llnod with fluado trees and their ',old,stums I.. knockedfrom and nt the hour minimi, .Ullwr ,
Mn.>' natl...o live oake., and broa Bhull walks tire with IItile to do bore and he him have ruin
under and will a delightful thu Tru aks and
thecity gain by lull place oil Telescopes.ARE .
o Vlnlil on Olin prhioliiAl: atroula. llluyole, patIos. the' Imge proportion of C.yc.mtCltY'1i "Vo 11'0 cheapest
f 2uBd: In many ulrectlona. diplomacy I III settlement without ladies the wanted to secure a IHIIIHU for this cnuHeqnetitly nil nntnru in 0111111 __ ._ ___ h __ '
__-_ h-_-- __- litigation, and thereby contribute thronged Hpnoloiig dull HeiiHon. llenderHtinvllle U dIll CIOpy revived and, .' .

''P"rtl... Ill. Cr.B...nt City il.BtrlnC. | to .ul>- its share in the promotion of harino- pnrloi'H of I he Lyon iniitihlon on I'I'OM-. popular result In the mountain t dlntilct 1- looking gl'eellnnd bel 1 I ifui.
'sOrtIls for title Lustier or wlnlitiiu; to ronew.thrlr.I.buo'rlpIt..h.4 without which miiall town Is street which had IJPRII hcinltiful-
jiy tiny peal ,
B : tlnrnto, sony muonS, their of No h filch if tfr. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey who hine ANY
|JIB*"** end money wltli Mr. 1'':. 1>. Lou... nt but a foretaste of helL"It. ly doporntud for the ouu Hlou. Thu Morton CIII'olll.In b.ellio (loll)iortaibiy, Uicated at It!rs.
_ nte poetolntivwho. i la ouoruIhorIseuiilru.. .lcU'ellt K'CIIIIth"/ to here ,
'boauted
':r. I Is currently 'OIl the afternoon wn nilld and the large/ attendance Vhellhlul'l. bXjiect 1"vl
= = right sort of I hotel thee he will do iL'out the mh, for their hoinu in
-r----: streets of Crescent City that at the of Indli-N liar.ilsoiiily 1-
fCllKHOFNT' CITY TRMPEIUTITRE FOIl TIlE. Mny' meeting of the town council uhiirinlnir! illS part giving!\ it a rrpiJVrtlou. Vel'Iolt.V... iindurxtanil they are YOU HEAD
( WEEK ESIIti&tiAPRtLlUlV' .-E.IIJ.. !gowned\ In pretty light mnterlulu inter lioinu and
Llhb3.UNtiE1tVElO., that body proposes to 'reinstate the I It IH und'rHloocthlt\ In ClInt Mr. looking a w hopt
__ _____ Max. Mln. old 1 water contriict irrespective otDnyalleed together IIh the Ilitle 1110>111' Norton hotul -they will find one to milt th,1 In our
fit Hendersnnville
_ _ .1 1 for for !\ illegality. It Is on account hers of the society all drenned in HecurnH 1 :- midst, an they. wOlld. bu a v"lllll. DEAF ? NOISES?
.
7 A.M.IP.1.PP.M.t4hs.t4IIs.UKaturoiay he will not close
litrll '. of this .statement that the white acting hostesses and Drove Hlll. It'ulKltlul to our clrca of l .
.tI 08IH hIlt'Huuuuihoy aa buuyMervlngrefronhmento
but will
84m News advises the members: of thai put It in charge of Home
111. titi .88 IIIit. in the M1"B'HlllwelllHI her sinter, MI's.Cllrtt'r !
J Monday 10 .lIt 1": l5 Oil body to gi" slow; advise it gives, parlorsnnd ,!competent to run through i Ihu leave, for their ALL CASES OF
sill (lit 54 70 I Iii too without feelings hi the matter on the HpnctiniH verandahs, all lerlOI "Ol
{lJj w"u"e:r.I"Y.' 71 III6J allY summer : home III Connecticut. MlH' Bid-
0:1: 7.1 HI
| "I"un. DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING
other than. desire to see the affairs tended to make I
;TlliirBiliiy" M 71 Ci as pretty society well's cottngu (ono of tIle prettlenl'
69a
in"Friday. 70 01 1 4 01 of the town administered- a picture an la often Been In Florida STIle homes In thU vicinity) Is upl to be
. ARE NOW CURABLE .
perfectly legal manner, the only :
way
and of ccmfHH, Florid lendrf the worldIn hogs Ihue (Jono. overlooked from the fact of Its lei ir-
In which. to avoid trouble. In this ed nnd romantic Hitimtlon.' It IH juttnest ( by our new invention. Only those b"r deaf are incurable. /
the of Its Hi IBdeason On Tuemlay of liiHt wet notices 't
lit
1 connection tile News begs to submit beauty women (
of the 11 11111 iligLon reKlduncu,
Personal and Social. the following Impartial review of when nil the states. have contributed A> ero put up In various places In the and uildet'lho I ..hld" of the wl.I". HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY. ..1

the water cuutiacb up to the present of their bent to our own In townld) Ita. appronchen. calling attention KpreiullngonkH it him an nlr of rellneinent r. A. WERMAN OF BALTIMORE SAYS .

... time. this .aggregation/ of novellneNH. The to the hot that tho recent and cnllurH which IH rarely: .TIMORK, Md, March jo, TOOL
'iMr The contract fa quest inn' was' made If ever excelled! In expensiveiitvuhliiig,4. GtHflfmtn,-TIring entirely cured of denfiienn.' Ihonk.10n your treatment, X will now give you
"t.f. A, Phillips)! visited Palatka, and entered into on July 26th, IBM, little people will realize nhout $2T: ci'imnH of I the town hnil i I..el coin- mOle a full hIstory of my cane, to t he tiiw<|at>.onr tlirtcretiun.About .
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..1i.t Monday.- n between the OWl of Miller & Cash from their happily conceived and! pleted and propel,ly cert, filed to; that my Item:tug, five in tltin yenr ear* Ago I.lah;: bcRim to mittg and this kept on 1.Ilnl worm, "omll lost

(nujtur( spent Friday SaU; party of the first part and tile tOWII artistically 'carrlud out afternoon the town had more t than GOO) In 11th Ito I- The pU0'01,IH, seriously Injured, I tiiiileiweitta ircnttuetit for..."..1.for tttree ttiontliii without..v... eiiniiltedii number '
P.1t! ,: of C'resoHiit City, parry. of (tile second I hu I /lug I heeuVo bi lath Fed of plivMkirnid.,.1110111, oilier, lle eminent ear upectalint ot ..city. who tubS inethaconly
; jay And Sunday with bin family, .jfu't. The parties of the first part birthday. reception. it tn, mid that the ordlnnnco ,relative \ are sorry lor-the, enminiHHlon' i nil opcuitinii; could:: help mo. even that only tenipornrtly, that the 1..0 names would
I
... then, Cruise, but the liroritug in the allotted car would be l lout fiurever.I .
---- -- to stock would make. ii i
at Im'gn but IIH will 1
nan in-
agreed to furnish. facilities for lire running premium and ordered
; in York treat
Mr.o.lldrra! ,' Shrug, of fit. Jonppl f .vonr .h'o"I."e..l nccltleiiKilly n New 1 piper your 4
( '' protection for the town for a period Fur n New Sciioul., In tnt ii ru lie rightly enforced. The self good whuuvo nil II our puacheH. ment. A tier I lusil l "." only n few o..o.o.dh.vo". dl..Uon.the noiwi censed .n O' a few days at Grove Hall 0 ... .. _
'I'ent after week. my lieuriuir In b. entirely y
k' of 10 years, and the party: of the sueond A largo majority of the ladles com- result IH that tliere IH not I hog now Last Halurday Mr Collins Jltib- benrlilynnd' fve truism' very 01"0..0 .or. 111.ok '

y tgwk.l ., ; part agreed to pay therefore the posing the V. I. A. met in the hall running at liirga on thu streets ofCrollepIlt bard ..Ul children, Mr. and MBHSlrykur | b'I' fc K. A.WKRMAN, 7308. Broadway, B.limor MO.
.:...li.i. ,At Milliard' -lias returned from sum oX: $ll1)u annually for such tier- and Miss Hlngay, with Off r treatment does not interfere with j/oitr naital oec.patlo.
vice and to thp entire waterworks Hst[ Friday afternoon to hear ruporlH City. They were till r<>- .
1iiJjltio.l If, yptl* do.\t.know: whore exempt arty, of friend from HIIII hlltol. Bwinlialirntmid:\ !:: YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME aU SKU"I.JTERNAT'CNAL 1
from taxation. and decide on the qu Htlou' of a now MiAvcd hy tluilr owner. on Tuesday: i ncliidhig i tho youngor 111(01) .

lalni, lu, UHk\ } -; '$.;' The contract thus made was cured : school building which It in !HIM purpose Wednesday ol' hint week much I hu VVnlKer faultily, liwld I plcnlo( at AURAL CLINIC, 59S LA SALLE AVE., CHICAQO, ILL ;

4r1.Ii.i'.carr1hP; l left Mqn'day foon out it'f..lthrullr.by Until both the- parties of the HHHoclatton to erect on to the r..l..t of I Ihu rcsldentH of the Sulphur I t S piingii. 'I'u, hull them -_ .
: to February, 10011 when Hinging In tile muonllght thu way -- -- -- -- ---
L : Cnjiiii, nt which placu he rxfhto payments were dlm-otitinued by ao- the lot recently/ purchased on Sum- place. l.ulmwlId.: we Judgud they 01 had a

'tjI. Hpundt Un Biimmef with his lou of the lately retired council, not- mitt street next north of the Kplni'Onl ; XII Crescent City IH 1ol'K! forward .Unit

ulher.tt. lug uiiIoredviso of J. It!. Itnrrs, }:..q., .> altarcli. The plaits of the Indies ..1.lllt hllckwlr". It 1... than \ood Clue
cit V attorney of Jacksonville,,whose MlHH e..rl. t tlll hns lel
were not fully matured nt this fleetIng likely that its shoit vxperluiice( of .
CW Sturdy'who-'has $pIIt.wnteraethe opinion was II.Iked"lq the matter., vl..I.lnl. In Pnhtkl tl" past

'. ( gueHt of' Mr.' 'J. 'L4; Mr. Burrs saldi'As but enough ia known to warrant the pant ..v..I.,1 weeks wllh I the hog M rB. TliompHoii gave a potty hinlweek

I .understand. this contract the statement that school will hi luiHiincu is all that U will oiieoiinti.
ey. left for hut home, Attleboro a in honor: of h"r Il'lcld. i'd' r..
WHS submitted to the town council erected communication read! .-. of Those who LfASTOnISHING
A "
1t'..:'od:Monday. Auger. NI"hll: were
tud was approved only by resolutionand OFFER !
t llteiiiititt. oriimiitH' enough to. bu ''uiion tinUt" l
Yom, the county superintendent Mtnt- 1UooIIIlh
r.'C.. .Biulth 'IiiiiT feturned from not by un ordinance: of tlm council. I HieninilveH
under what the There WHH a muuiillglir. expreHHnd) t..lght.d 1211 me.yuno.w.hom.u'Ii.oWhl.5I..1dClo.wV.' wwi.lwmsla 1
In which case the contract la not InK terniK county exull'lIlol
at'whl"h .
Iii I
Texns placeWa I
autnont, A unIOn b..inr.pr.l.mdhyth.to.athn.no.pdrl..lioth.rt
a valid-one Ia contract can only school directors would accept title to announced 1 for Innt 1..1' .IL"'llhlll'lt. ndnlaii.ih.Uflfltnrti.' ......1 0. .I.e. pofil. ci n..l.t .. .
/ ,uiilled. owing to the lllnesa ofscjn 'J.dIY night 01 PUTNAM.GROVE : ,,.I.,. dunId.t, V.llliitO l.Ca.u.o.n.r I I.
jn niHile by a city or town In comjllance the completed property, and advls- the Htenmxhlp Oondola, which (''apt MI"\.n. U.n... tf Uhl."l..n,1 CI' ,o.. ,. ,wn.ilstai, ml,*
,! ) M,. Elmer I Snltli.: || with an ordinance duly 14 BEAUTIFUL_PRIZES FREE ".freSTJiS.41 :
iS. M. ,
lug the ladles how to proceed.. The 1.1111'0'1111 kindly (leld"I..dt

r.... Cnrpentee and Mica Utile clot.- ulopled.Hon.. H. J. llUburn, city attorney method outlined by the county mipeilntpiidunt the V. I. A. for I that puipuHe' Therldo OLE i,, l,t CU with'd 00.'..nqI.flhntuI.Mmurf.wu.l ..1'0,lily 0.1.1. W.h ln.I.IC ynr.IdlltrOt.flbs ; .:PtflS...1.
their house Pvk strtiet, last HALL.Foroxcfllenmtuf t1r4UH4)MTKLV' ) *BKBon .
on
>ip I of }i'alatka gave' It as his opimou had the support of 14 ot contemplated trip over the :1..8.1 kkla fli W fch M
muii" "" on.-iTuBxdniy/ ...Uupttrted.. for that the contract/ was Invalid\ under the IK members present. the UlBHeiit- ilacld[ waters of Inke I .$tulllt, after I ;".:: ,'I.m";:':..",":"..",.,_. 1."'"V.... :" j.
Kr hc law of 18DII which provides thnt PlM I *MMrtrhitum ,4
home Attleboro Mans.IjMr' ; : | Mn .
In which fill expected to id to the : $.Hol.Ur, I Utthfr : 1 0 l :.=to.
In contracts of this kind "the ngree- lag vote being favor of repairing urn -= p 1. Ill I .., :n.I.h .I.patty,i.IMH!miff..:ponoh I lull V.o.ii.b0t'n.| tMi i 1 sunk- I
and Mrs.. "Wellnlnn who havetopietI mount shall be ratified by n majorityvote the old building.A mil and Indulge In ice "r"11 mid liicallon I his pnpular }Butt.) .1 I. liii... I ..1..v*hOW t d"' .'ln ami'nhMllrUk .,.buUful .h ..if
& I t.dpUUd| th hOriw..llh.bn.
the Mrs. Mary Smith colon freeholders of the town 1M iiucxt'olliMl. From KM broHtl vu'nundiilutlttftgn :
the ,
of committee wag appointed. to other refresliiiiuntH, nflur which nn :
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_6 Park. street!,. left 'for their voting at an election hold for thepurpouto draw up a contract on the lines laid 'hone HO_ were to dance. flront, vl we ant hud In all dtiertlonw.t Wh.b, ', ..:' 00' '.o, ;1
of ratifying said Bgreemunt, h.llad It..nl I I.nku on on ftliloantt "."....". ...'" .." ... ".'ONLY$39i ," ... .I.Thh..
o\'II..k.I."U'1 "
itocthora home Wednesday of ..; .. ._ .
on >rovldod, that copy of the agree- down by tile county superintendent, Though this notice written In advance uhnrmhiif lute SmIth on tile tim hiuw .CI.N.'O.'' .. u..o.. ...' '

1IIIIt .week. in en t together with a notice of such the same to report at. u luter meeting. It IH safe to Hay that the occasion 1 lnitiiluk, liomollku plttvOt uUvu.n well ._ ,.....,,-:,..:. ::. :, : ..,..;: n..: := '

spent' Sunday election shall published in a --...---'- provided the night was right, flllutl with g"oHin' who on Joy the rest tiOilt'i. ::' \ : FREE I .. ; ..
I/l.pt. pito. Qrotty = : :, :"': : ::: ', '' '' = : ::
for four Mime Hull ulIurdM. : : .
s flo1s i 'mother\ ; 'Capt City lia. newspaper In such town S"turd..y. Wl a most enjoyable affair. It WHS thIs oharnilDK city .lolnuni, LI" .r iimrn'ti .." lunatalbi. .t '
consecutive weeks prior to laid elec. HUNi'INO BZOYOLINU. u. C0.-Uept. C4& Merits Clark StwOhIcsgoIU.Headquarters .
upsii.llirmthe' ; May xH aw, and tion." On Saturday! afternoon the Junior to be given lu the IntoroHt of tile. FISlfNO. .II"TILI" JU'IUU'J1O 0

0acoepted i a pimitlon aa captain of bane ball club will play Its second school fund. GULF LINKS __ __ hu__ ______. __._ __________
MAG1IFIlNT
It Is claimed. the factions. favor- .
by _
tuy Trojan rame with the Pitlatka Juniors p.. Two b nets frtini the Uot., Use of Lli.kn frt*.
H tble to the continuance of the oldcontract for

., Jfrs. J. J..Horton and Mr. H. M.Lymiluma that the council committee 'fhe game will take place. on the golf Their Third "()pett llleetiiigg." 1 lintel KHUHtM.HenHOti opetiH.November Ut.

and little daughter, Marjo- whloti> reported adversely was personally rrotindrt. The third "open meeting' of the Every room lum been occupied the
hostile to tbe'owners, of the The local team has been during FINE
Irtof left for their respective homes, water works company and had laid doing V. I. A. will bu h"ldlt the hull next post t... .',..11. and those who dtMlrtt no- LIQUORS

ftleboro. Mass., and Providence, awake '0 nights. In an endeavor' to some practicing .Ince their recent Monday afternoon, April 2Hth, at 8 oUIUod"ton for tile coat ng Mention shouldnddrruiM ,

J.. last,.Monday.Hfawlrlnb latch up some- scheme whereby to defeat at the hands of the Falatka I'. m. The ladles of the nsHoclatlim the proprietor,

the evade the contract. Granting for line and feel that they will be ableto extend H cordial Invitation to all Such as the Famous Green River
; potatoes/ are In mar, of that thin I. '
be sake argument
( : put a much more creditable:
up William C. Horton
",. overcome
game. to be and usk that ,
the; position of that committee"legal- present, )
I other tempting garden 51055. 1.1
. : to some extent tile stage fright ache Golden Wedding Jed Clayton
colored school Iy tenable? Are the points made who can comu pr"llr.cwith\ some ,
|>f. Holley of the agttlnat the legally of the. contract which usually accompanies a first 'current toplo" for dlsoiiHHlon.. A.hol.t Crescent City Fla.Lound's Lord Baltimore Rye Paul Jones Private
i one of the earliest gardens as HOr the attorney's right and feel ,
. by that they willie
appearance
D. J. Daniels. stated the other hand by 1'I'ogrl'l will be tli .rd..r of the
: ha Prof. It Is on able to enter their lId Stock &c.
upon .eo followed uncial time .
parties opposed to a continuance of afternoon by a ,
_ Irs.I J- F. Co'wburn hOlt completed I the old contract that the city could contest.. witU a spirit of confidence accompanied by tea and wafers

If work! 'o"f ''irioun.tlnir the monster; not enforce the payment of taxes in which waa wholly lacking in the -- --_-- Drug Store Go to West End Saloon :,
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gator for, Mr. Edwin Gilbert, and case the council continued making first encounter.The ,
-saurtan' ha '.been'.h Ipped payments thereon for the reason Stole u lllcycle.
Yureatf Palatka boys will leave that Crts .
that such payments, being Illegal, Arthur ia\'iH) iv I old colored J. W.
Mfr Gilbert's Connecticut home electric
would Invalidate. the whole tax levy. city on an launch about six -yolr Hagan.

_ _i rnonatef in its mouhted) state 1* This Is not true according to the o'clock Saturday morning: making boy living at Bhell Bluff. stole Mr. DIFers. visitors and citizens a

set long 8 feed and Inches wi'deI Opinion of attorneys. The illegal them due to arrive here between\ C. L. Chamberlin'a blcycln tt'OI: in line of
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( \a feet high. The parcel weighed, appropriation ol town funds, ; In no I\n1l10 o'clock. They will be taken front of his store on Monday last Complete -

_cd considerable: over 4iX) pounds way lessens. the responsibility of citl- in charge by the local team who will week and carried it to hU home SOUTHERN RAILWAY :
Ions for taxes. The! on I;, way..,the .show them the b autieg of the city Toilet Articles
i L. who can gut Is 8t'o": the lake, where Marshal LIIS- In cinuuctiou with Florida East Ocas' and Plant System.
copy of the Sinlrtjtown ( i-l.J) eltlaeu objects even and;may be, take them "for a drive '
onlmlnal rlnger found both boy and wheel the --
prosecution
aAnouGuelixpeet
'' to. bring a. the boulevard.
week over
last
-t reuelvocf' ,
d -eturn'to- that.rple*> ot agalnslj'; the- aldermen lwho vote for The game will be called shortly Following day. Justice Hurlbut sentenced And Druggist Sundries TO \OllKANDTItK: lik.Sl': 'P0OItiClNNATI.Cfl1UAuuaridthe WEHT.Puhn ,

( the misappropriation. of public after 9 o'clock. the boy to 20 in I tnp'sti "%.n" '" "hl,"" 11'lii;
serve day
(eryboxly'B friend" Mr. COd D. Il1iut'ul limited I "O'ipso burnt

_ thj Tl\a people Crescent.City' money.The News believes the sentimentot W01IEN pso AND s JEWELS. ;he county jail, and he la now doing At Moderate Prices. .x ". b..l" In\y 0& Shill ll!'

ilob, bean ( the habit of feferfto the people'of the town is favorable the; time in that retreat.HKHIIINB The large par nf our tank I.v S. A".I.\II. .. I lii lu 83.r Lv Itt A"n.Une...7.. a I. it) p
n to a oontractwitli Millar & Cash Jewels, Gail ly flowers. man-that is .... la ot recant arrival. . ...1:' I I' N .0 Tat p Jiieksiuvllle. .. T a p I.
Mr Smith a* "Everybody's order of .. .. .. pl l At ( II 7 ."P.A. .
of water for fire the a woman's preforeuoi H..enllh. 4J H P'l"
protec
d"" as does his' Long Island tion.for a supply It believe that a very large Jewels form magnet ot mighty powerto VSI We have lately riean aprolnted Agent .. 1 ., ,'.',I::. '. .:..10"6 u ; :: D ill) p p '. :: :: .: : J 5)a t .

bnt' thy aa. and-Uo majority of the freeholders would the average! woman. Even! that Fever and ague A dee will usually for .. J"ILI".e I I' 0..5 ui 1., p louisvIlle..C. P 7 .. a
h" American Blcyflw and .
paper Company
thepresent greatest of all Jewels health..k often atop a chill, a cootluiinuoe a trays ourva.Mis. Pllh.I.I.la., ,11 p 0 11 a .j 4 a
such contract provided
vole for a Ir mind l il.. .
fry to Its. approprln.t,ne" one is found to be Illegal rulnod In. the strenuou oftmta to male Win. Htroutl Midlothian, Texas. your I.on w&o< (lot whcota in y..k II I I' 4 P .1 I_ N.P ,

'P MV save the to purchase. them. Uay 3U1S8U, writes: "We liavousund your' head, mind you) onmn and lot ua **Tli IJinltml', for EiiHt toil thu "Chlp. a" "Inl"h., NorthWMC i 51,114Ohroltti
IT. and 1\f" Payson ant) )t..v.'aaid' It Is. or money ,"oulho.n'.111
_ / ami good attorneys In f f-r show you what wn can do for you. ", ( PI.. ..1", In nimnitloii, Plmt-4lti) aupvlmion.,. .. tntltiM Ttt. )Houttivrewuy ,
(children left; for a summer's vls- It believes that, at least one member If a woraau wll risk her health to got aoovutud U.rbl..1 our ml. elgbl 78., Ions tIle .0Inl18 ..10. Apply Co any Tlu'kut A chit '...ervntlnnii.
let bar and found It the have 0.\ '
then .
: of the water company doe. not want gem. fortify herself wo H. OA11Y. Passenger Ayt,
________ Itb..M Payson's, parent li-At| "* one cant of public money which Is a..alu t thou lualduou OfJoetJlluenoov Jyor filed for I liv grippe, bilious fever ami Plant NvntenitlnknlA __ rorl;Ntnwb.,JfMKM) 'I.) ,

boro,. ,Miw k last Monday. Mr. not lawfully acquired. It believes ,of oougha cold and bronchial attention aria." BOo at Aokermao Stewarr m m litJOtIN
tgon his mind to 'do with hy the regisiaruse of Dr. Bonchen'a Oer- aud Lounda', flty.Executor's MIleage ant ,. over th. AillnwlnfInoBi
did not rnakejip that. the best way to away Pl.tla. Allnnlld 0.511 Klnlimnnil Prwlrlnkntmni .
yntil, Sunday: when, .the real alg- factional discord in municipal mat man Syrup. It "I promptly arrottermaumptloa k Pii. ., 1.ln." "m.. WnithlninnnHiMilhitrn DR. H. C. WELCH VINCENT. D. Q. B. .
and hal Bnllwi NNBhTlllBRMIroxl
tew Is forth town 0000011 to"'In.lllt 10 early aUft )4 Notice. '.
uanoe of the (bought. of a summer affeoied and tesanpo LouIs lila Hitrnnl'l Crank .
the lunga .
and on doing business in a perfectly legal broobl.1 t..be Mottmi IB h.r by (,Ivan lhaft alt. m n1ha- slier Wrupnrl B. a i mkttm anlhrl l> Li ,, Will b at hi* office In CRZ8CFNT mm wrrr w(; jw APPHOVBI* ST'T'LESIHzIfuIpe'swoRgAspr.czALy
_ _kit alone became.l1np..arabla. way. Believing these .thing. thaN and drive tilt dread dl Ma. hr the the dale boraol w* will present out nnAl no. now ft. B.I Pnnleitviraln B. lo :Ch.l .VinWOBI "! tf
SBolded.tq! go; ,. tooTfl During! 'Mr.: swe w aWsluiplytoantlo( |the Incoming ytem It I* not a our_ll, I 10 a annuls awl vouuhtn end auk tu ba dlBohariadrrnra I it rarolluA III."y,MAuthO iorirli, 1J CITY on Thtimcla;.; Frld&7 and Batur- I''
'council' for the ot certain r or* for cougha. oolrt and allbrorwhlal UIB rurthur Mlinliilmraitun' nl llin ABhtMaf Wa.>, OsnruIa. Xi> fttUwftir, Th*shop biB raemtlyan quppett* with
abaenoe }lr.. Torrey will ; purpose lt.rlhaula l Oollln Irwlnvlllf .
0'1'1, anran Batbnl, lni ol thoonuntr nr Putnam Ballmiul ilsys of each w *h. .wandmo44rn .
avoiding further'complications 1 troublo You oao gttt Dr. Q. awl ul Wlot44iSqssssut 14. 'iwi*. HMIromt.) Ttlnm Mnullrli liwrukIMouUry Chair sal other _I.
P Vf4f rt *r*U< kIB..ar* M WHIBBI 'go Blow and that when they do make, O On na rullabl remedies at Lounda' .1 W. a Ap.I... I k flu f Mallwftr. A oonf0nl r.mnthmf >M' raisers am kept In oon too brink for one man to Btorft Oroan t Oneq'iBp M. OOW. ., RM tlnkM A| uu. B. WJ .... l raU and ciuwnun ar
get
i Drng .0e *
to be they art tty, ..el
a star lure ,Ap.I. l eQUan( 't J'_ (>(.Irafflg If...,MtaaaaB Oa Offic on Central Avenue. a.r*
ot Alm '
I _it.!*, Mf, Paynoik 'will com back llh'I"' l 1a nQ. I pleo .taln. ., ':

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Woman's Fortnightly Club. 'Toucher Institute "", A danoewasgiven 'nt Richmond's

I : SRlOSCAIME[ [ CHARGm. "The regulitf meeting/ of the Wo* Grandln Fla., April 17, 1U02. : City Bapp nln9$ aid: pavllllon on the Height aggregation' Tuesday of Martin Griffin & Co.

nnui'a Fortnightly Club was held.; Editor Palatka News-: i night Quite an ,

Friday, April 18, at the club rooms We, the uiidersifrne4 cltlrens" of Personal. mention, young people from town attended

': will. C CIo! Former iv ol lie Tho) president[ culled the meeting Onindln, in the name of the peo and. Indulged In the)the favorite fantastic.past- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL? DEALERS IN

; to; older. Then" Mis. Covhrane III .a pie of (G rand In and (the surroundIng It. Vm'nog nod Clum. Burl vlnltoilHiiHtlngH line of tipping light

few well chosen wouls, presented (the neighborhood, coidlally' Invite. and / .lii t. Hniulny.Hohcit Light\ refrenhuiento. were Hold the

; : Pulnam H use ("nb with .it beautiful water color request. the presence. of the. teachersof Jami'8 lifiu fulurui'd, from a proceeds of whIch went to the blcyle i "H A R LDWA R

ilclllle of Cherokee rO..lIs. In the Piitniim county, and nil t the lIeo1 Vlwlt to Dnytona bunch.AV. path fund.
mi mo of the Junior Auxlllniy. The pie Interested. in the of education The members of tho Fortnightly
ACCUSED OF TRYING TO BURN 1 subject A. Hobbs of Orange\ Ml\ lln wm Blinds Glass Paints
____ present was a particularly appro at a teacbeis' institute to be In the city Wednpuclay. Club in attsuxlance upon the regular Stoves, Tinware, Doors, Sash, Oils.

1 i THAT HOTEL LAST JANUARY. prl"tA E> one, the Cherokee rose beIng held at Uraudiii, May It. Many noted meeting/ In t""rld"y afternoon were Implements Barbed Wire, Iron, Ammunition.
Farming
Mr Alarloh llerklenifta citizen ,
the club llower. 1\ to see hangingon
A ilslng vo-o ot educators will be [present. Refresh pleasurably surprised
: I hanks was extended, to the JuntoAuxll.itiy menu will be served on the grounds of Ilitomitichon) ) was in town MoiiJiiy. the wall a beautiful water color Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers,

The Preliminary Hearing now on Before lint! aim to Mis. CochraneThen In the shape of picnic dinner. Mr.\ A. C. Carpenter, of IJonton, painting artistically framed which Blue Flame and Gasoline Stoves, Lawn Mower!

rc Justice Rowtcn. The Court followed, tho lIterary pro All peisons' living III (the vicinity WHB a victor In Pnlnllcaoniidny thlH dad been presented, to the dub by and Bass Plows

: grain with Mrs. Coclirnno as chair are. requested' to li'Ing' baskets, Illlei week. the children's/ auxiliary. ')'heplchll'e Chattanooga ,

Boom Packed with the Elite man. The first number was rend by with eatables. A. C. Jinddemclei( Mlns Mliinto liuky Hpentt Suiulny In of a cluster of Cherokee roses and Deering Ball Bearing Mowing Machines.

MIH.. F. If. ]Hiifor. t the subject lit'itmg, 'VIII..J. (1"",,". lit FiimclH, the guest of MI IB (Oruce l la the wdrk of Miss UacUregor.Next .

t k of Palatia. "Women of tho. IIlIbIlWI'WdV".ltl, ," KXCUKHION UATfCH. Miller. Saturday Is the 8ld! anulver-

./ Sheriff Howell went to.Jnckson by Mrs. Lucy L. Bulnbildge. Mrs The Georgia. Houthern nnd FlorIda Mr. J. II. Wyllo the projrreiislvonumerynmn earl of the founding of the Order of The Chattanooga Disc Plows

villa lust ..Monday and( nrrentedV1 Cocliiiine then road some very interesting railroad has gianted. excursion late of Jutoi'Inchon, wits, avlHltor Odd Fellows, anil the Palatka lodge

--' --. Ham ditto the well-known hotelman newspaper clippings oil "cluUfa under the following conditions: If liereTiteHilny. 1 will celebrate the event, on the Tuesday The Celebrated 0. K. Stoves and Ranges

% ftud- former manager of Paint after which Mrs. P. Gardni' there will be us many, as twenty-flv James Rinlth of Jacksonville, how evening following' with appropriate

kit's great hotel-the Putnam, IIous read iv pnpef on "town improve teachers In iittondiincu at the Instl bpi'll" InmlmiKH. vlnitor In time city cercmon los at their. hall.

4l -who I Is chugged\. with nil attempt to nients," which met with hearty applauso. tute presenting receipts for fare several days. this week. There will be an entertainment and Steam Fitting, Tinning and Plumbing a Specialty

l burn that, hotel on the :20th! of Jam* Thin. ondod the literary 1 piogram. > paid. to (Inindln, the I&'onernlpa".m- .Home refreshments. The entertainment -
MIss\ | Mary Taylor spent a couple
4j nry lust,, The warrant charging\ ger agent will Instruct the agent nt o l Is not for the general, public,, '
I l' q Catto with!) Intention to commit" thlll Nttxtyiiirs woikwas then discuss (Iriindin to sell I them tickets ret in'nhm of (days this.. week with M IR. M.\ J. but each member Is privileged to In- ____ __ __ ._ _. ___u ____ __ _._ -- ------

.. l crime is awoin out by 1>1'. A. KHt"eu etl, but nothing I \ definite. I h11I1d"chl\ at one-third fare., This) will milk Trneinan on Pnlntka Hell/htJl.: vlte friends. A. E.WILSON OEO.: E. WELCH, T. B MEKHILI

,. president of the city coinicl,( .d, Mm flub, ndjiirned to meet III two around\ trIp rate of four cents per ITon. T. A. Stewart of DcT.nml, The Veteran Association, Blue and PBI IDItHT. VICE 1'1IirBIDKNT. C4BJIIII.
weeks! with Mis. Holmes at the res judge of tho crlmlnnl coniC of Volu-
,.. J ; and S. J. Kenneily, the well-known mile Ho sure to bring receipt from bray will hold l Its annual basket
c1 .p( hardware ,merchant, nnd treasurer of deuce of Mrs. Ackermnn.I'ress your agent for fares paid.I'KOIIAM. slut county IH In I lie city to (lay. pIcnic this year .at. White Springs on THE Putnam National Bank

Putnam' County. -S...Correspondent.. M. W. Stewart of Jacksonville, Wednesday May, 7th. The special

It Sheriff: I Howell, necoinpiuiled 1 1Mr. hy All niitrrtulniiKMit: of Merit. School; Revenues and Expenditures, wn8 Hlmklnfr' hnntla with hirs.mnauiy picnic train over the O. S. A F. Ry.. Or 3Pa.la.-tlc.a.

4 \ and Mm. (1I:, Lo, in)'lived! In Pn- by J. H. Merryduy.Discussion .filnnilH' ''' In this city last Sunday' [ will leave the union depot Rt 7:1111: !(> ain. .
'Jlin. null' In lit...
? ,.. list k a Monday ,i ttl' 'rnllllll nnd \\ ..I0 i talnineiitgiven I I opened) by I'll nelllal) Jo John J P. Wall of J Put(loom Hall wait ., and returning will leave White

.. Immediately ill'I veil. to th. conl.t opera I IHXISO last Tuesday nighunder slab VIII'II.COIIHulld.llnn. a visItor 'In 1 town limt Thnrmlay. Springs 4:111) p. nr. The round, trip We solicit the accounts of the people throughout Putnam County and tender III
t tlio I of I IheLilllM t I Jew
KV >: :' ho me wlitfrt, M r. ditto, wns formally misploes of chuotH. Supt. Cleo, "Hrotlier" Wall l I" still a linrpln. fit,re has been fixed at $1 for adults the courtesies and acoommoilatlons consistent with good Banking.

i'c; .'-- arrlllglleIIUIlllI'nv.. bond for. |IHIIJpnarance | )- elM Kociety. of tho 't1. K.: Sundu P. Glenn.Discussion) Miss| Anna Uerher went to Inter-. and at M) cent for children from I 6) to
r. school. pioved nil/ evening, I of rnrpUiiHiire ''
I lit"4 pioliniliinry eMimlnitiun opened by Snpt. Kill
J of
14
Inolipn TuoHdiiy) morning on n shottvisit years age.
to nil t i who I Itlll'lId.d, a mid re-
1 fixed, Uelgar.
Wednesday' nioinlng.The Heels gloat credit Mis.\ J. N. : to (the family, of Mr. J. Wlm- The "Knocker Maidens"will entertain -
..4. 1 l eXHiiiinnliun of witnesses.. for upon The Relation of '1"'llcl..rlllull'ltL'. >i iSnpt. u. '
Walton whose berly. the "Knockers' Athletic Club"I.t
r: :. S t the prosecution Is 1 being> coiuluclec under personal lIl'eo11011 F. Pnsco.
- ( the affaIr The nt the of Lem- a reception In the Knocker's Hal,
; by Judge K.: K.: llnxkull, Hon. II. P. was oigu.ul/.bd! aminiiiiiigud. The Value of Kdiiciillon: PrlnclpnO. bnllding corner empty Kerosene Darr lsAlanted.
The inimical features of non and Sixth streets\ recently damaged next Wednesday evening from eightuutil !\
.
Jlilbiirn.Mr. .
Ciillioim. nnd I lion.I S. .1. 1 1' Steves.Address .
j the tcrtul I both lust fire In that l IH twelve. This will be their fIrst
.. eli mm milen I, ruinouit- by blo'k1 belllgr"l'n.lr"d
Ciitto's inteiests aw bl.lllg T.) F. Mcltimlli.The .
I
_ I. al I and vovivl, were of a high older, formal bow to the Knockers, and \
;t'. guarded by lion. Alexander !tt.: program will he Interspersed C
- ,* Clair-Abinms., while the tableaux were art IHtlo 1 1de8lim III with music.. There will be a nigh MfH. W. L. Cheves and :Miss Ida they hope the beginning a seriesof

; .t 4 The preliminary examination/ be ( and In beauty of preHentitlloi! session. consisting of mlscellaneouoxeiclsus ." r.li'h, Hpcnt ji few. days l..it. week social gatherings for both the Write the
'" The Hecoml. pint of the progrnionlllled vlHltlnfr' In flIght[I SprIngs" returning maidens and the K.A. C. The single .
: Kiln before Justice Rowton In the ns. many will bo obllgod to ,
circuit court room jenterdny mori I the "Colloquy of NationsorlJbuity I wait for the night train. These) dlscusslons home, Friday. Knockers, and the married Knock- MONKRIDOE' MFQ. CO., Palatka, Fla.
ers and their wives will bo cordially
l. ing at 10 o'clock.) Dining the da Heeking a Home, wit will be open to everybod ortSfopliens. of St. .d tiguustine, received.A .
t
_tt4f:4: ;: settle five; or six wlllleH'H'I'" exumined young 1101, Ics 1..I..H"lIl1ug man, and we hope I that you will come prepared son of ex-Kfuyor L. (3. (Stephens was

((4 .. hut no evidence was ndtliiced milInnalitieH I costumed, In character to take pRI.t. This promises to visitor to hid homo town several picnic party composed of the
the crime MI' wns both pleasing and Instructive be tho Sunday school class of Mls KdlthBrannen
iu tending( to fasten on laigest meeting of the kind clnjB this weok.

; -ff 1 ()..tto. At NIX o'clock last night the i'hte. audience, though not large tilled ever III'Mln the. county. Dinner will I Miss[ Jennie I>esl"bcrfrer, of St.. (St. Mai, 'Us church) spent -- -- -
,
1 x tlm, major poitlon" of the house a pleasant. day at ", lIver lake nea
:41- t court adjourned until nine this moriing. be on the giounds. The speakers on Atigimtlne, and Miss Kittle (I'lark\ of
_ '1 k when (the examination of other and the News has yet to hear of II the program\ ru'lroseumtI'nlatka Oca1st East Palatka, were. In the elty for aHlioit Pen lei last Saturday.. The) class, JUST RECEIVEDNEW F For FRESH WESTERN I
who does not feel that with few
witnesses/ will proceed. person they Jacksonville Green Cove Springs whilu Suncliiy afternoon together a friends drove .
., A noticeable feature of the case, IH received In elevating pleasure, mortlntn Gainesville and. St. Augustine. out In conveyances and (had a Jolly ANDFLORIDA
.. full value for. Itenj. MiKrndtof. Huntington' WH'Min the
of ladles their money.i (time on way. Lunches were CHOP OFhandrth's
the attendance J. D. Cn'I'Tm
largo miprominent NO 11AM,
-i ... the city Monday on hln way' home served regular picnic style at noon MEATS
of
business men- "e"pl" County tSiiperlntendenConfederate .
'i. 1 Dentil of .lell1. McMci-kin.: from the Farinem' Jnstltuta at M..Il'oHe. and the
.. repast' was greatly Girden SeedFOB
I who rarely If ever, enter a court p... enjoyed
-( 1'0<1111. This Is accounted for by th... Jelf. lIcU..ellln.loHIII1IU1t"r at Me .Memorial! Uuy. where he way one of the] speak by all. Bathing. \ the lake was also Goto the Palatka City Market

_ _
character of the accused mid l\leekln.llud one of the most ito[listan- ers. Included In the program of the day. ( Wholesale. tad Retail)
_ _ ; high Saturday. April :With, being Confederate MrV.. F. AdnniH of Mi) On.,
tlul cit l..ellK of that died! Aeon.
the general. belief III his Imiocence places opiieiiiiiontiv Dr. Frank McRae, of Melrose, THOS. HOLDEN Prop.
_ _ very memotial day all Daiigl ,
and Mr. W. 1,. Davis, of Plant/ City
at his home
q of the crime of which I heIItumhtehlll'ged. at an "ltrly makes announcement of his candidacy SPRING PLANTING
A.
ters of the ,
Sausage Bacon
his hour lust. Thursday morning.I M\ '. Confederacy are requestetto were pleaxan.t/ visitors to> the city for le-elec'tlon to the Poultry, ,
legislature
1 During mnniigHmentor / meet nt Mrs.[ H. A. lit 8 ,
4. Gray's ,
over Sunday, guests at MID ttrahnm Hams Etc.
\
:Me.Meek was about 1111) of ,
years' age to the deinociata of the in
.t the Putnam House, Mr.Iud county
o'clock amid .
-r from there
to West
_ _ t 111'11.ltt.\ .. enteltiihied, the Ho'I"ty mul 1 had heen twice marlIcd' his. firs, view. go\ where the Bel\Ice hotel.A. this Issue of the News. The doctor it Store 48 Lemon St., Palatka, Fla.
cemetery
t people of Piihitka with many r"e"p-[ wife being the daughter of the late will be, imild. All address /will be K. Parker 1m* returned. fioinJohimon Is an all-round pleasant gentlemanand City Drug Phone 17.

Ions, hulls and other functions\ of a Dr.Ij L. Xewsoin Crescent City made where he linn Just completed a leading citizen of his town the
Mr. J. N. lilnckwell
______ __ Ho"htllllllure. and now In I heir.. hour Hhe. died[ some U) or ID) yeius ngo. Hhtttr nppropilnte' by" will be and a plumbing\ contract. at tho winter confidence of Ills people being most Harry.E. Stewart.

of trouble society Id standing by married u IU las. ('liulresmiieuiibe& some. of Pnlntka's songs sweetest voices Rung, by residence of Mrs. Keinpton, of BOH-. recently shown [In his election without F. C. Corsets
a them of nn old. and influential I 1'loikl ton. opl'o81t.1on to the office of
'mayorof
nobly. The. Blue and Gray, Ihe Gem CIty
_ 4 ( I On the. other hand the chnrncte/ f'lI11' II v. tl,; to, with I t OliO) chIld, Is the Guards and the Memorial Association Clarence Kennerly. who Is attend M"lrn"e-the first Incumbent of PRESCRIPTIONSCABEFDLLT msIt.AMERICAN .

'1'w_ \ of the men who hrlnglhln I ncciisntlo survivor. :Mr. MoMockln.. one ofI I mire In\Ited to meet with the ing college in Atlanta, On, spmit a that;. olllce. The doctor served In the COMPOUNDED. BEAUTIES

1 ,- must Im considered. They are union \' I lie best telugiaph ope i'a tors In the daughters at Mrs. ..*.

\ the lending men of the city. 'rhiey i-tiite, hub lie gave up railroad antI school children nnd ,all o hers wh IIIH parents' Mr. amid Mrs. B. J. Iell-I of the .supporters ef the dispensary .K.m In .11

are not men (10 lightly enter Into 1..1"A'rul'h'urk' soon after the '(95ft.it.zit are, Interested. All ate kindly 1'0- nerly. measure. m caan onse _ONTHItBKACH Kn "!: Nln.ad., ., .(71.. ..nd

: a prosecution of this kind timid It .and dovoted, hlinself to I he quested to bring floweis.Mas. Itev. B. L. Honlkor, pastor. of the I A number of musicians of the city, (OpM_? D.ylOn...) .h.p.. to fit
cultivation of 01'111grov"III'oIWI.ty/ \ t tIn OpeD all &bey.... ItatsssSOGIoV.Ooperday\ ..17'. iur..
( in pres'lined that they have welghecarefully O. W. PKAKCK, M. K church occupied tlli, pulpit In Including many former members of .nd .
4
A. ,., ,.. : what they tire now doing / which work In lived to see su!)- 001l1ln It tee. the Frl"cIKchurch, limb Huiulay the old 4th battalion band, (gathered CHAS. KUPPERBUSCH, Prop'r.We .. I-I C.w..t!.v.old ry
,
It l Is just possible that their attorneys stunt Inl success III a. glove which I I" -__._- -- morning and preached. to a large nt the establishment of Mr. E. C. under tkl

I have reserved tin.Ir tiiiinp" can just comInu; Into beating. Ills( los. !"'<,!, County 'IreiiMiirer.. congregation/ Kelley, on Front street next south 1 aao.t lib.reiWa..aDt
to the I t I IIT which he I I Want Your _
: community m lived
:' r for to-day, and that they! may lay bi the News '
.. I\lr.II.J.t J'eum lierly, the well-know A private train bonrlng<< Mr.\ and otlloe, on Tuesday night, 'Hon.e "0-
fore ti.. court n. line of Idence I hiLt Is regarded' as a calamity.Deifased I hnidwnre, merchant of this city, bums Airs. Henry M. Flakier tout part \vben a band was organIzed with Mr. funded after

_ _ will change. the present. feelings or I) [ was. 11'011 of the Into Di'. announced his candidacy for le-elec pnssed' tlnouffh thu city Sunday af K. C. Kelley as president and bu l- four. -w..b...
; the ponple. Up to tIm present the :McMcekln: nn ex-ri piesentlve' ( III the ness and Mr. Luke Trade trt.tllco...* I U
; I lion to the olllce of county treasurer ternoon. A stop of only n. few minutes malinger Parrot Grocery
.t4- ; I>ul>llu hits been kept In the dink, nHarding It'glNlntuio: f 10111 this county, and! for sulrj.'ct to the iipplo\alof' / Ills fellow was made. leader There will be a meeting for not Ufeetonr..

,,1( :% 74. Miechiuneterof the eviilene. whom I Hit town nC McMtokln: was demuciats. Mr. J. H. Melon and fa-iully have pract, Ice, at the same place' tomorrow and we want you" to see our new stole, LooK for thl. "

il '' to bo. sulnnitteil, nnd It a will I Is with I t till'iiied,, He I was t thu brother.In-lnw- Nothing I iheNmvs mlghtsay would l retuined. to I heir home In Pittsburgh, (Friday) night, and all memo with Its clean new stock of staple sad Trade MarKonIncld
almost brcAlhkss inteiest fordevcloplllenls. of Tux Ansi-ssnr hitmhhti rd. fancy goods. of
hers of other
musical corset
add HUIII'total
the organization
) --...- ( to of knowledge Pa.& after u )plensnnt" Hojjuiirn; ofl If you see them you will buy. .nd on box.
.' Tint Calico Hop. possessed hy the people. concornlntbeeinineiit !\, month or two nt their winter residence who may be in the city are Invited to

. : ,. I During the iineslimatlon MrsC'ntto The eliililren's'' nuxlllnry depart fltuessof Ml. Keniiely 1 In this city. be piesent Palatka needs a Ilttlmore J. R. CONE & SON, KALAMAZOOCORSET

: sits. beside her husband wit hi lii ,, for this position, of trust and retiponslhlllty. mimlo, and the citizens generally Phone No. 87. 417 Lemon St.
( inent of time Woman's. Foitnlghtly F. C. Wnldron of Welahrv, with his, CO.
the bar rn II. He Is fitted for the should l give the new organization
.2 (I .... Club bus/ won quite a reimtatlo pine nephew, Ij. hi n ion ton of Clare, all the Sol. N.h. r .
eneouragement In their
In point, of MIII'C.'HMful..ut.tlllllm..llt.... both In point of ability and IItl'l'lIlIg Mich., panned' tliroiii tlie city/ on power. 1t.1.I ... oo Mich.
InnclimgParly.
lint Its hint effort "The Cnllco Hop." worth. He has commanded the con- 1\olld.ty.n\ route home drum a trip Ferdinand Haskelt. trusted em-

' : :"Plne Cottage) ," the hospital! which wns given lust Friday night at. fldence nnd respect; of the people[ of to Ormond mid Daytona' beach. ploye of tho Monkridge\ Manufac OUR BREAD WILL FOR SALE BY
( it4 home of Mr. nnd Mm. Howell[ A. the. Putnam county for more than a HCOI luring Company died. at his home SATISFY ALL.It .
iiiinciiy ecllpsid nil former onesIlia I). E. Godwin,editor of tlieUnlnes- THE s. E. ttutiit! COMPANY..
Dttvls, OIL south EIght street, wn "Mother Ooime Family" mad of years. on north Fourth street In thi will give to the young strengthand

1 the scone of a very enjoyable' gather a ,decided hit, and received much'np -._p ofllco vllle. Dally Hewn. wits a earlier at this city last Hatn: on Mr. Uodwln
4. Moucliiy. Is
lag on Tuesday, evening the sum plunge Miss Flora Kurt In the titl Found. Don!. of perltpnitls\ ; aged 41! years. Mr. From the

r... being. In-uclng party glen' In liono role wns* pronounced success, while The body of Klljah 'Wilkinson, a Just now of posing the John us great Pewa.ll moral class./ reformer Haskell, with his family came to Palatka Variety Bakery, When it comes to

'f : of their g'lIe"t,1\1I"\ ('lIl'I'le Clieathan the thlldreii can'led, their parts, InI laborer In the vicinity of Rice Creek. Palatka shortly after the JacksonvllleJIre HENRY THALOOTT Prop.
of Huntington, who hits just termlnateil Oiandlu, people are untieing grand nnd has since
most c ted, Itliblo lila Ii liCl. was found dead alongside' '' the tumid that time
weeks > Istt.A preparations for the Teauliera'!! Institute gained. the. esteem of host
,j Au interesting program was car near that sect\Ion last Sunday.' WilkhiHon a of frIends TABLE SUPPLIES!
could not have, to be held, nt that place on Maylid who
prettier night nod out, lit I the. conclusion of which left llimtwlck on tmturduy: were nhocked to learn of hili
y i been selected for an occasion of this notice of, und an iitrltutfon to sudden illness and death. He
I the master of ceremonies.! Cant. 'W evening and that, was the last Heel leaven
ira kind, and a must enjoyable time ?M. Davis In behalf of the; ladles of of him alive. It supposed, that he attend, which will be found In, widow and five children who have (I. LOPIH BAH.KY.. VR""". HILLIABU- We bare an idea that we can please

was spent from l It until I I2ii! ) o'clock the club made bilef but died of heart failure. lIe Invalid another column. the sympathy. of our people.. The
_ npproprlntnaddress was an you, and not, at the same time, unneoewarlly -
41 The folding doors between the hull, Iii which he thanked. the 52 years of age, n laborer and The Pnlatkaiuniur base ball/ nine short funernl services were held at i LOPER BIEYI& CO.
parlor and sitting loom thrown will to Crescent In his late deplete your exchequer.:
; were general public for the very lIberal leaves faintly. A coronor's jury go City n private r.-sidencesunday afternoon ,

4 .. : open) .and these apparlments converted iiitromifre extended the organization found that he came to his death launch next Saturday. for the pur- Rev. R. L. Moniker of the MethodIst To supply

:t$ ( into A spacious dancing room. III their work during the past year from "natural'cteuses.a. ." pone of playing the nine! at r that town church officiating, after which there- Fire Insurance:

Invitations were Issued to about 81guests. After the regular, program danc .--- a return game. The boy, expect to mains were shipped! to Mlddleburg,

IL 4 .. Those present weie Misses! I, Ing began which lusted until late To ,Meet III I'ulutku.. to will In a walk. Fla., for burial.. St. Johns,! Lodge, Leading American and Foreign Wholesome Ediblesat

) ) .. Corrie Cheatham' Nina Armstead, I hour. Ice crenin and candy was sold Hon. F. J. Feariislde chairman of Mm. J. N. Blackwell received K. of P., of which deceased was i a Companies.

_ I Ie Maud and Alice Priddy,:Ada and Mln( I .- ---.- the Second District oongresslonn telegram yesterday announcing; the member attended the service In a moderate cost..U our ambition in

;J nle Bukv, Anna Livingston, EdIth l)entli of 'V. J. Morris. committee has Issued a call for his sudden death of her I brother, Mr. body. Uerber A Sons were the fune- Accident Insurance: life. The store .U literally filled with

( 't4 ( Brannen Clenevlve Merrill. Ida W, J. Morris., for the past 20) years committee- meet In this city on Charles Vertree v at Nashiv-IIle, Tenn. ral directors. Rood
Lleb Alice Alice Wall Llcle The Travelers I thing
t, Miner *- a respected cltl/en of Welnka, wars Tuesday, May lith, for the purpose,; of deceased was' a popular ;young man I of Hartford. .
( I and Maud\ Florence Davis, FOR SALE"-Two
Fry, found dead, with his head in the arranging\ the Congressional prlnnrles about :84 years. of age. young graded GOOD TEA ami COFFEE.
t.; Messrs. .Ja8. Fry Percy Elder, ItAbplanalp I I milch cows ; one 6 years old mare; Life Insurance:
wiiteraml his. and feet In his and all Prof. Thomas W.
t legs making necessary Ralph ban returned cheap on account of removal from
R. 1<:. and J. DBuky '
1 ;_ t4 Moody, tout, on the Ht. Johns1. river opposite arrangements for the ()ongreH lonbl from Tampa where he attended state. Enquire Jorxttatsiiina McMAHON, The Old Reliable ."GermaniaLife" GOOD BUTTER: ,
Carl Davis J. W. Milliard& A. '
4; the Welnka. railroad/ camp Tuesday. campaign.: It Is thought there will the meeting of the Orand Lodgeof Heights FIll ap 24 4-t Finest
M. Molver, F. D. Wattles. Con. Mar1F of HAM and BACON.We .
-
doming. Mr. MoirU\ wall a flshernan. be u full Attendance of the commit- Odd Fellows, and which body of New,York.
_ ; : vin, U. C. Kstes, Jns. Smith, Andrew John Iiond'8 Specials.
On Monday afternoon he left leemeii. honored him with an election", to the
1F Bhelley.': Mr. and 1 1Ilr H.: L. home in his hunt to go to. n point. on -a...- ottlce of grand warden. R. & O. Corsets. ... .1 CO cents up Marine Insurance deliver goods. to any partf

,, ,. Lyou, and ftfrs. H. Jo;. Armsteiid., lie river near the mouth of the Ockiiunlui Notice. Carlos Wall of Warner 111'0&.'" Corsets will be closet : 1 4The ) the City
e1qj? o'clock deli'lous lunch Run ICeprraentatlveJohn a out. M list
_ j A t 11 I a of go at something
where he had some trout The members of the Ladles Memo- Leadimg
of
ut : sandwiches coffee, olives. and pick. P. Wail Putnam Hall/ spent Ladles' and Misses. Trimmed Hats In Companies.
; IIno lIe( did not return that night rial Association are requested to .a part of last week in tow n. Curios great: quantity .

: .isim At was their served on the the verandn. IInd the following morning his bodywas meet at the residence of 1\rH'. H. A: III a Spanish-American w .r veteran. Window Shades..10/ cents each AU Claims Promptly L C. Stephens$
departure guests expressed
JOHN BONO'S
found as above described. From Gray on Saturday April iMIth, to at- member of.Company '.1))." .and. his KACKKT BTORK:Florida.John Settled. ,

'. most tI.lellle..lveM and as having passed the position of the body it I is thought tend the meinoi'In 1 exercises at West- old comrades here were ;gtiul;; to see Palatka .

n pleasant' enjoyable evenIng ilr. Morris was stricken with heartullureor view In n body. All friends who him. Offloe, 38 Front St., PALATK IflFurnIture 1 Sts.
I'LA. Kirby and Morris
l and all voted Mr. and Mrs.. Bond.
that he had a fainting spell/ have flowers will please send them ( Specials.
%
; f. Davis) charming host and hostuss. Confederate Memorial Day> will be
a
rS. Elastic
,t ,. ________.________ .nd! f.Utnto, the watvr. He was a oMrs. Gray's S"rurday-mornlul appropriately observed In Palntka Seam Drawers..414 cents!
tan well advanced In years' and in M C, ,R<)lUNRJlJ: U, Secy, L. M. A. Good Huspendors: . . 8 cents
Temporary Change of Time. next Saturday. A program'' of the Celluloid Collars. .
4 ellcate health. He leaves --- _..._ --- . 5 cents ii----:
.*$: 1i! 4% Beginning with today and continuing a family WtACTT AMD BTBUNOTHAredeslrable. exorcises will b" found in the noticeof Celluloid ('utTs. ... .... lOoenU
of children one of whom Is ,
grown 2' Dos.
Clothed
Pins .
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.
the Daughter's' of the .6 cents
ia the C.nrod..racy.to ,
through potato shipping! Miss Lllllu Morris, the modiste. c-t You are strong and vigorous Big Pack Toilet Paper. . 6 cenlll + Undertaking For Sale.
the steamer Crescent will when blood Is be seen in another column'of and
canon +
,, his city. your pure. Manyay Four qt. Coffee or Tea Pot. ..18 cents
3 leave Cnpt Adams wharf. dally/ except .-- -a- -- mOIlt-.omen. fall to properly direst this, paper. JOHN BOND'S Palatka Fla, ii Embalming. t Palms, the beautiful,

C $ Sunday at 7 a. in., for Jacksonville Notice.The low. thlu their.nod food.weak and while so become the brightness pale ..al-, J. F. Comely Q. lu Knight. Heny .. Japanese Fern Balls, Geranium -

,* *; ) ;,. returning the same day. Tho officers, and committees of Pant freshness and beauty of the skin and Miller J.. H. Cronin and J, E. John Bond's Specials. I have Pllroh 4* the t *, Gala and Easter
stock
-. 4, t _t trip to Crescent City will be abandoned -, k a Library Association are re- complexion depart.. Remedy this no- Lane, prominent cltiiens of Flora- Best Babr Ribbon. . 1 cent a yd W. O.] Snow sad will eontlnu.01 this the buat.1.11I > Lilies, Pansy plant* with

e.'&. during the same season, except quested to meet. In the Reading Room pleasant. evil by eating nourishing food home were in the city yesterday on Big Lot Kmbrolderies o. 6 cents yd Dee .t the old stuU oa Lemon street, many desirable yarietie,
., and taking small dose. of Heroine after I
when the steamer their way to Halting to inspect the lOoermts ldeleg at Greenhouse
_ ou Saturday, 40ta.Vblt.LUn. up line of new the Palatka
next Saturday afternoon tb. each meat to "hut havsestso.SOo goods
April digest you manner of raising potatoes at that .10 cenle thewsy.' DO". on
4 4 will go to that place, returning on at four o'clock. per bottle at Ackerman A: Bt.... planer> ID the afternoon the party W In. Fruit of Loom.." .. 8 oent. aId )I near union depot.

: : .1,'? w"" Monday in time to leave hero for Thou. P. Ha r: President. art'a. Pslstks and Lounds' drug store, went to Ban Mateo to Inspect the Mosquito Met*. ., ... ,.98 cents aId ;R. S. MOONEY, .By, Mr. C.;, B. H. ton.

,, ; jMkionrllla at 7 a. m.. .Mra K, f Adams, Secretary: Cre.ota' City.; I bIg Crosby fruit thed, 10R1 D01'I) Pftl tk. FU. Palaaka, Fla.'ll .


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