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 Material Information
Title: The Palatka weekly advertiser
Portion of title: Palatka advertiser
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: July 17, 1902
Publication Date: -1902
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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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
Holding Location: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Palatka daily advertiser
Succeeded by: Crescent City news (Crescent City, Fla. : 1899)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)

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NEW: SEIIIKS VOL. X, NO. 28. PALATKA, KLOUIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1902. :$1. Per Year.Here's .


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M MR. J JUSTICE n [ H HOOKER.LooIs [ jiwt. Hatiirday Almost' nf"rll..1 Itlrv.'II. nil aged C2OINUS <>V IN I'MHUUA. GENIuIC1tL NI' 'Vf.

YourGrand white the The commlitdonerH i of Columbia One liniidreil, men began work last
man suffering
if starvation was fO'11 Icllllll.III' fi fii uuty ii'. have (jlv"l fXXMo the Mtitte from week by tlm electric MIssIssippi light to cut to Harvey'sciiiiuh the levee

---- .iwnmp a fnw in lion south) of t..WI Dr. Win. ( IrIIJh. Into of ClreenCove I. JefFerHon punch, 1.1.tc* purge

oppotdte HolleHtoit. A colored man at IJiin- the ranal 1 of I lie plague dead fish.dipt. .

{s like[li e Burr and Bmwn Missing that way hcitrd' grol)lie contng liilloti.Tomorrow Hpl'IIJ. hli I..d J. T.: Curtis, it veteran of the

the dirnctlim of tlio civil Wil r, Is dying at his home nearMoiTlHon.
OpportunityWe fml swamp FrIday, I iMtlalneHvllle'sgiilit 1
'. Va., tiged 75 He IH the
hit ho did not nt<'ip to day Tlliey 'f expuctlng a
For m COM"MISSIOIIeFS. InvlUIIII. crowd.11ev. father of ill) living chldr"122 by bin,
large
I ho cause. 'Vh"l h"I'I'lvod I second wife. :!: are

he reported the cime. to Sheriff Howell L. A. AIHtll. p'uitor of the twlim.

9 I, who, with IionU Itonignol h01rd- First Clullgregitl bunt .111'ch. OrnngeJtty H. It. Hall and' Brooke,
( Is dund.In 1lrshl1
ed the. launch Mist and proceeded to both under ".. .. penitentiary

the ppot Indicated by the darkey. .. Orlando n grocery firm has. \\1 eHunped from Jail In 1.1 H.R.
exhibiting I I h I a mUorinelou I that. Weighed 0/1, beating the night Jutpr.
take our annual Summer Inventory August AI'I'lvlnl.t the swamp the party, I ''u pound*, with a stove Ie took
CROOM IS LEB MAI fOR 7'
h'ld'd Bld begun ..xpl'A'hll the surroundings I (Inlmmllte. IH to /have a swimming with them ti woman primmer Mrs D.

ist. Between now and then "there'll be something doing which r"HII.'Hlln I iIC""MH.Hurl.llo )ol In about. two weeks. I It should K. Unwell. 4
COMPIROlUR[ BY SMAll his In the mud too
kl""H" ntve been coiuiileted' before the prlimry "Dr.. Kdwnrd l-Iino I who pones'

weak to htniHelf or give ill terance (I.ctiln. us (in "Jndl,. medicine l..n." with

at FEARNSI DE'S" if low prices on Summer Clothes MAJORIIY.lnmnr to hell.0111" wltfi, hiM poor body 'Ilholln 0111. Into 111.I new IOII Imlr and Uuiode a big, fierce mimtncho,
pretty Terry girl
young
almost reduced to skeleton, I the old *I12.IKKI brick cwtirt bonne .
1 of t'lnclnnntl. <).. were In I
count for anything with the people. nan' was found and rescued.. Ho after tCtli work t cuntrnct.> ntiirt within HDdiiys Uvlllmlu"l 0., for eloping Irl'"t.d 1UHI

was brought to the city that aflcruion signing '; 'Y WIM sent home.
leMs I In 1M I IhiF ir Dislrlcl
A Utts. been orgimlxed At
and taken to the hoHpltul 1 on '.. cOI\"ny\ Outdoor labor has .almost conned Inhu
Everything in Men's Summer Weight Clothing has ;* ( the purpoHe" of hul Id-
Ornnge street, where his sufferingWIIH (country surrounding Angletoitind
hug\ operHtlng railway
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ni" MI..t .
rmlonnl I
Con llce A lvii the
!, owing
relieved. He gave his name asWallace. ine CI'.I that city to 111 I. Bench.Dr. lrey.vleiico
of Many cattle
been reduced per cent. When questioned HS to Thomas K.: Jt. Kernan horses loH'nltol'M. hi the.
25 On 'l'hi u ritihisy morning) lion( ( out of proprietor a ml II'v" h"1 "
his! In (the nnd the of the I'lii/.a where
AurtiHttne nnd
117-I precincts' III the Htnto had been presence swamp DnigHtore" tt. Mloulhl wlt.rcoUrHOI. they
of I limn lie had I died nt his home that lave sought the
length >
This is a big reduction to make in Clothing. Especially hell I'd from. TheHu precincts. (rave Wallace, could give no very b".1 definite 11'1'0. illy about twiiu'clock Sunday mOI'IIh. St. Ijonls nud !eastern fl'01 capltn PHHIH.lists

lion. Wm. A. Mocker 11WU; votes to .
Information. only saying that he had vlll 111111" bridge, over the MinnHnppl -
1I.2111i) for Joseph B. Wall. These precincts F. Xlmntiles for the
such clothing offer. Knpael past at Ht. Louis extensive
as we gone for a walk, hud lost his
uro nmono(; the most populousIn WitYtfll JlI l years tax collector of Ht. J uli tict'uuhlihy erminnl on thu river front .an elevated -

I the state anti It In thought! that ) ( wandered l In to the thicket., and a proiiiliiont, clll/.cn of roml to the World's faIr site,

The Suits are the kind that embrace style, finish while the figure! will, of course, be where had, as remained w..1 as he for could three remember.ie w..kH.He .. S t. Augustine. tiled at. noon IlMt.'lhnrH"ny. anti total n hived new tileult depot i axlde In the frol city.I font The

changed, they will mil lie little! difference -
will
of the bridge, ( (> <
Is the bent of Henboitnl, Air Mim Is .1IIJlf
receiving Ilt"lIllon. 'll
In the result m"klnl rt
and fit. on HIIIII'ollleUOllrt .l lolKmiiiNi.$
now. and will recover. I mirvey north 1 and south (

Justice. ....---- ?ilitnltee, and: Hint town will prulmily James S. Mconllir. once well
It may be different' In the case of have two railroads next year. known real "Mtlte d"ller In New
Down with the Down
This is your oppportunity. Grab it. Croom and.. 1IcCnlIhio are contestIng ( DlHpeiiHitry. It luul last. York and miner In the Klondike,
with the who has
man for two yenrxItiHlsted killed in the from
by a Jab
for .I"te. Cumprrollenlilp. Crownnow The Oitk, Hnl1n of OalneHvilln, wax eye
In turning the state of Florlla in an altercation' with an
S leads McCnll but 7K() ) ('mile near) their mutch last Illrellln
/ by votes Into lo.thll He was nccusonmil -

Fearnside & Company. and thin number could be eusllyovercome. -. I- grog--shop....-- Friday(I. W. Ilyilns. The went score up I ngiiliisthe ( to get drunk one day and one
w'll inly in a Tuemhty was Ills
'o )l hi favor Oak Hullx. year.
To He Itanqueted.A 1 ttityt and Intoxicated( he was
For t the olllcu of Railroad CommlsHlonnrlho The at DoLand hits b"I)1
peach
crop 'lu'Hr' leol"
I vote IHI" follows : Ilurr, special meeting' ti.. board of hn.i.' the
"" / grow-
the Board Trade' of "l'ly..1 0111/.111 The fourth annual conference of
::ea o..tka, FJ.or5..d.a: IO.7K2Krowii; : !8,567) ;' Day 8KM; Jacksonville overnors was. held Saturday "I''express! ( w"II.I..'. he Assoc hit loll of ilonutn Catholic
ed wltli the The
'Vhllll"rII.IIIIM( ; Ward, 4rlll> Burr's' ifternoon i to arrange for the banquet) to .about prices.IO.IHKI, ) biiskets.crop amolll1.,1 ('olleges opened, III Chicago. BIshop
-- l 1""IIH probably' too groat to be over- I to he given In honor of the Filirililtileht.gittiuu 'oinas J. lon..ty.: rector of the Uo-

Agoiiin Wanted.UfoofT. ). IN rmoiilT! rounp. FITTII .IPDICIAL 1\111.1" 'I'he ltljCht lllxtliiftloii come and It In safe to predict his in congress! on July HO, The police of 'flml' captured an '' of America,
yLuitIfl. iv AXU pnui hlc" 1). C. Hev.
thOU IT op \ bleNt.Vhen the board met, ts'crtilary iniiHiial $utturduiy.'l' preHlded.
>i I.N\I CUINT.IN: t'JUNCKIU.HllMlU : ". A curtnln AiniTlcati. writer. IntiT- ", ..,,,11..11. Brown" has a good loath, 'V.hllgI.u.
Dowltt TaImage by hi'. inn, Rov Hinllh read tho replies sent by Ii a negro had n stolen rooster phongrnphed of Ht. Xavler's. col-
Frank Dowltt Tuimrttfa n"4 attMoolnto editor.or 14. P1,100111Ul.tIlpIltIlIlsIII 1 ill)LilillitI reputation I who .I lid recently and will11..0 probably, be elected. tll Congressmen In response to the hintend, .r cooked. The lt'ge Cincinnati, r"ld a paper eppoing I'

Christian Humid., Only book on<'lorNoil byT.iiIiaiie ., 1 I-IMortgiittu.I BUI I lo foNH'lomjVM. WIIH ii kit HO many other lullh"'M.| In the now Third CongreHHlunnlDistrict nvltatlons sent by the hotr". 'l'lie'sertjlles ilxitogrnphs hid to lilHliiTont.The I the kindergarten tendency and

family. Rmtmiuim |ptoflt. for egonusWho l Kinllv Turrv. et nM.| j .Httannc'l.v liu'mitiblo of inanairiiiu; hiM total were all Ilvo.able. (lie mem- the craige for .atheletlcs.American S
\ I OH out of of .
; J prevlnls a (' of the new bulld-
: ) dolilcHtlo ifoi The ii 1I11I111.1..v I I .nlrlll.t"
net 'III'truly. Oil tilt w oonbi. Art-lie 1mmaillntffly : lIofoIlllIItlta.It31 ) < i. own II re. bars of the delegation their
OLA UK It Ct)., t&I, bulb 4th Ht Phil'II i Miliipnfnn I I I ortli nnil,I 'h..e nf 0..10. of the family WIIH MM fntliur'H pet. 181, give Liimur 8, nru niiiilit, In tile ntm\u wutllK'tl I I WIIIMII l b. H..". but I Hn> I I'fur of I the I ivst of the I ious.- that they will he n"IAt., turn the been Invited to raise funds for a nalomtl -
stud Beard I tin close OOIlt.esth..lwl''n
Hid. t .
Pa. mil ion thin 1 flitS a plitceR, the
ftSloIi.iIlo. paper my .. JllllU hll.rd
W. H lillllock' JlltlUOof .hl.u..t u" P 2H hold. Nowt\ hnptii'iii-tl thitf, 1I1I.1t'1'tlliM "vlllbl. completed, ,;, building over to the cityuitliorltli'S ( memorial church nt Alder-
IIHU, j, J. N. Him' tv.'il. IIH I.Ill of shot the Cnth-
lllHrliiiiifmy' of Miitil I I'onrt. nalni'il lliurHn I I snine roof with Ililn Hiiinll 1 1 boy will be I In the 1".Iith AIIIIHt. Kngland,
Special! I Muster's Sale.Un.ior ) 111:: VXtHMII Hlllli;: Ortll, Illld :lIl: 'n'B Will HI'll:: HtinlilUt I llvcil two ninldi-n, 'iiiinU, s l.ti'i' of ; to the Hoard vote neither Ih. blllu.t hull cif hell The "frlondljr" suit brought thn olin dead, who lost their lives In theirlthdi
uin-tlon. lit I Ill. fionl, I doorof, tliu oiiuitjiitnm .I spacious ti" by
{ service In the South Africanwar.
uml by vlrtitroof udoorou of fnrorlon and the
Ills mother. Thnt tliey w lti'tt tliorimIn get umjorlty mca
may I'otnuiiHKioncrH, of Dmln
I of the iiiHtatit.
In the City: of 1'iiliitktt' In Hiild <'ouiilynnil I on evening county
lire and Hole.| rmnlonxl In tilt' Circuit: Court itS IIIh. Of the number of
the I-mil Jmllulnl, Olraultol l the Motto of FlorlUn .KtuU, ,tliirluii tlio UKII liunm of Halt turnlile hlH lli'Sh he limdif III) pretf-tmii of would be cOlltlled In a second prl- The arangementii affair will county In the uprt'ine court to deerininn tt..1 lost their 2.01

,, for Piiciiitni unimiy, by tlm llmi., W. H. BuiImik .. 'uonciitilhiu;. Un on' out'iiMlon whiMi The chitnces favor, Uen. Laloot's bit directly In charge theeiilortalnnent ; the l>'K>iIlty of the recent otllcers'I.I men lves
I Judge of wild Court ,I....., tho 911 h diy ofJunoA FIRST MONHAY \lTm'HT. lie had overHteppwl. bit further than l..ry. lu the HO.r war 11,155) and possibly
tile KIIIIII'. liehnf, AtiKiiKt Illi tlHitf'to. rliu i"Mh".1 comitttn of the lion rd of Trade, issue of \bonds. has resulted In favor I
1> itiu, wlitruin' wtlititin' lionimr IS elect Ion. of the Roman Catholic
cmiii'lalnnut" M and, I W. M., \VHH'im, H. J, W IIInnirt ,"...11"0' hlilclvr', for "1..11.1111 .,.r I Unit 0111"Inlntiiirtti'I imuiil I I the l"'IIII1IH.r propriety, I In oddiollellip .>f which, W. K. )Ilallu, U chairman. cii' (lie boudH. illume were
of liinil, Hltniilu., ''ylntf I nnil bclnif, 'In I lie hlH reliiMveH I II Aunt Julia will return to the United I fair hi.
el ttlit. .tiro fJufundi'iitH, I will mill nt puhlluliiiuUiiit : : : I :: | ill ; Mallory A comlttenon Invitations was )ap-i SN
yed..ui
for cash, Uill IIu best bidder' Ilin., tIll of I'olnt I. I In Fiilninn I I County ftitherto eta to thCMHe. .. St. .
> hl14h."d ippenreilhuforo his I.lk1 JI..plnl.
tit lie trout door of Uio Court. 111,0,5 lu Pnliitkii' Klal'' l III Vloilllll iH'llllllllllllt" or I ho 1 UoilfililnIrunliiiKl States t'.1 e, itnd UOllg.cHHmenHI".k polll..d. consisting of AI'Lhlr Perry.Judge Is In Jtck..nvlllo.1 Cleo. D.1c1nhol. n lon of Rev. J.
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suIril t , :.\ : 11..1'| hitU eullutl her II 1.d rUul"
nuphew Hmllli.There
In until Oi>unly i,Putnam.. .CHI till ( lug from. a Mtalti xlanilliiK Ht )II II Ditvls will I I 1 continue Philips ,unit I C. H. I I. Mc1lhou a mission-
KIUHP. MONDAY IN "TUVAr, I HIM North KiiHt: i-orn. roriiilKl, llWll.ll. | l IS. fliui.tlkliiiuin fool, wlill( hln Aunt ]Mnrllm In luulelinrneferl.eil 11 ld was also finance committee mvu Ioe.n .rpHpniiHes to the urgent diHitpponre -
being, lbs 41,h dny. of siili) month', tliirliiR, 'the 10' % wlfu, .Ir.1 d."il.'il; to him,bv John I F. TKIIln j : ) im iv il- fool. The >,'M"IIt. Ilia Filet and Hecond with I 'l'I. U. Hiitchlimon an t1I"I. ITnlow relief comes In n lo years ago.mysteriously He cruised on th"I"t
.. *> anti urnI| Joliii) O. ViilMiini iintl wifi'
if tmlwoti' .ihi f iiu| h lulluwlntf the
Kill hour*< tlmlJay 11'10111".1. ,
"....1".1 lit ml ."...... In the County ol lut- I in I ho liii,. lIllY., Novmnliiir' A. I U.. 'IK a.. -..1.1 vonnu; oironder WIllS Hiimmonwl to Districts respeellvely by the inianlloiis I I It Is expected that the be closml.Ih.d"OI'H.r h"Mpt11will lakes. was n music te.cher. car
liani mid Hialool, Fluildtt: ,h.II iH'lliK,, IvconliMl. 111 tlm ollli'p of tin rl..lkiflhit he pafornal im-Heiieu. Klxinu; him wish of the people. Neither mnqtiot) I excel anything ever onducter and nmchlnlHt III Chicago,
liitKiimlntf' nt the Nicrtlionftt cnrnur, nt thn Ulrcull' (Court. foi' I'ltliiiini, Coiinlv InliiKik with hlii, eye thn\I' father I deiiuuulod( : In wi I I t The body ol Frank the over the west, served
same :
of 91) IIHHU WKI, I 111,1 nil''n t 44 litigious' gentlemen had JI"k.OlVII. 11 I.lr..n. Lr..vel.11 11
H.'ho..1I""r"r' 11"AI
Horn N"'hw./"o'h.r..lth.dm Thirty <1"11)!), tuwniililp "w"IYe 1121.10.11111) ,,111111,74; rods u, iiMnkiN:: I:lli, niu North,. : 41 di- 'DM you unit your Aunt Julia a (lpo"ILon. In" I 11\11101R wil I sent to the 'nung Ntrwellll slior from the through war with Split nx first
Knot Umniui Vestl4oothll. 4ttit: *ii "KuNt; 41 I roilH to a Htukot, I tliiMiroVIK| 41, fool?" hU heneliibiirs who In regiment. Not
of Itnuuu TwiMity aevoii (127), I ( Mtemner was ergennt a cavalry
... ., I' ()rtUMfN \ s. 'HllltH. Hlllo A'llt. ("rwol.
; : : : "Icun'tw Null, nub to Maku I tliiininHoilttl "
71 I
.lliiutwtlvonuil, him,iU) .,,lialnthoiiou I 11 ; "Yen." .
S out > 44 d"I1".'." Wl>nt. 44 roilrt. to ttlll point oflifKliititnv of I his "hIIOt, the. Supreme'ourt Intwned" while, in Hwlminlng .Friday mill be IIIIlulI.do..a fortune did he
twelve:South ..Twonty,,,lone (half jot olmlius iJJt) ) .llitmooKant ....h'.. :: : :\ contnlnlnjr::: Ill' aornn :mom or IIINH: "Did yon( call your Aunt Marthai ) The 1'nlalka News him no desire I Judges) the members of (lieI.eirIslhtttre iftrrnoon oft the foot of liberty return homo r"celLYI surprising' his
tliuitoe North twmity (*NI) uhahm, to ItS .Kxti. .>| .hut n Ill ri II luf land, ,, 4U foot In wliltli d I. fool?" other than to serve the. public faithfully .- [ and in Iddllol. the HtreetJackson, wus found Tuos- widowed "nl four brothers

point hive' ((26)of) acre hflitlmiliiil'i' mni-fl' or containing lu.... Also'twenty SIRS .I.Vo.'y I which .In' reserved.101..11 I l ho..IK'.O for. stud diwrlliiMtruinlM'H Hlnill ulWIIVH ""'eH."' as n vendor of lel'ltl.le! news. >romlnent oHIclalsof .r"lrol Hie reply
Emit' ftrij-four, (ella morn ot nt Swot thu Ion Ho Ntnetocu nth" Unit, (Id oftlio ), nmnln; ''.wiu'li: u Hum iMiblliT tuilitir::,'lilKhwuy.UIMHI siiwI;, e At a special term of court at Qulncy In the Church of Our Ladv. of Help
BuuthenrttUimrter
: : ,.$niMitu. ,anil, ilnltvor tollio >iiri hiiHiir or probably KiUly; Tuirner, Horace of nt West New York, N ,
TowiiHhlp, Twolve il'J, mm 111 of Itnutfo, Twentyntwoii i puur.uilltIioY should make myself. -New York there are times when readers of three or four hundred. nt theianctiet. Murray UhlIHU.no
ta7t, Bunt, uxueotliitf th r froiu nliiu (0)) 'h..oIM'KKI Hulllnlont' uloulil or Hun.UN. guests mil Wallace I inier were convicted J., Hundiiy, Joseph }Fran did penance
ttomt owned by one J. K." Bmlloy: mid: live (ft J) :uiHlN thereto. uiioii r.J.ct>N.ltt| ULACKWlil.LMautor of f tin ptirrlniNOmoney. : -..._. newspapers/ Indulge a perfectly | As yet, the program of of murder in tile first II"r,. Last for being married by a justice S
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,, HltunUid 'In theBouUiUfMterly has not been
M..Dea" or menu ar-
wiitm owned one
by healthy craving for opinion. One "le"ch"l Cloy Isnued dentilwnrrunts He read. .
"&4)iuiitB.13KNJ ) In cliuuuury.E. 'rillay of the an apology
coruerofsAtil iiftytonr < Jennlng peace.
of
!: 1'. ( AL110UN. 1':. "AHK.:LI., MI)elLI', l vl\'"" ltc'li tl IWCS such time Is ]just on the eve of an CIII. U.n"r. "president for parties convicted aloud to the congregation and
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he Board will net toastnaster.and
CounM'l uiul Solicitor for Complainant.Jly IIH -
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1..o.IIIl\I..r. Utmiiuery.HENRY 3-6w Called VIpern niul Cr wH. exciting election contest when thereIn the order of deHlgnntlng Frldny Augimt HSHiirlng the congregation that hisotTense
STIUTNConiplulimnt/
; speacliPH wi I. for their execution at of the most serious
O.ulney. WItS one
Solicitor Miss Evelyn Stedeker a spinsterof n demand for the best pre-election be announced later. Every lull
Pnlatktt. *,'It*, June IWih, iwrj.Special that a good Catholic could! be eullty
Medical Department. New York whoHn hair In tiirnlnir to opinion i I obtainable. Ion points. to lie bnnqunt'M being I Some mlHcreiuit han been turning He with Miss KminaHelnzius
sliver, In suing Alvin K.: Crocker, an rreat success.-T. W. & C. on the tire alarum at Key West, nndcnnxed of. eloped

Muster's" Sale.TTndor ) --- elderly\ (nine prospector from Arizona. ) KtiowIngliile to be tact the News -. -a-.--- the lire department to be nix .. ago Mrs.and Franz was

anil! by vlrtureof ft ilmtreeof fornolon- ror*i.II.IIII) ) 1)1'1' <'h of prninlHetlnniiiKPH' In..a perfectly honest way, set about Demand culled. out. Aw the new regulations married In 11"II.Lt..n.
tire aIlsi I Hale endured. In tho Circuit. Court ot TOULANE UNIVERSITY OF and for .-t1M<>t) lie borrowed duiliifr. his miking Its forecast., Ill order to The new road Jail nt was w.rl on, dUtnictlng! the city only Is it !protestant.
tile Fifth Ju'llulal t'lrauUuI the Hinlo ol Florl. put In service for that lusttime
COIII'I"hlwhich was curried onirlnclptilly Saturday me engine! came out at each alarm., The garden party given last weekVetiiieinhay ,
forecast it the
tin for Putnam County b1'h.' H ". W. B. 0,1I..ck. LOUSIANA.FounddJ give the got at consensus about 'a llo/.en were
S the benches of Union prisoners Iwo of the lira alarm boxes were night, by Mr. anti Mrs.
JuliO of Mild' Court Unlml tho' vOth day ufJuno. [ on
DeLand
' A, !>., :liNt), wherolii tlio. City;: of Pnliilku: i* In 18:11-: and (uare.The of opinion from men In position aken: to the creek on the broken In serUing In the alarm John Slonne In honor of Get Ho.11' -

Munlulpal lludMin' ourporiitlon Frttiutlu, .IH ootiiilalunnt| John, andHvnry C.Uonbe Now has aHtll! Graduates.lu \ defendant l Ian white-bearded. to form' an opinion by r""lon.or and Daytona. road the, and' In on Monday Hltowlng that It m IIH t have been the Porter, United States .. .. .. t

: are d.lclldeIl0: r'Iii"WII:; : at public, lulvantntfftfl. for praolIitt InHtrnntlou bothIn patriarchal 1 looking (rentlemaii' will their Intimate 'acquaintance with order began putting from DeLand road._to thorough work of n novice. Fr..nce..t. Wyndhurst the country

."",lIon for ctuth. to tlm blKtiont', and. beet bidder, aniil0. InlKiralorlitH' nnd I alHiiiitnnt hoMpllalinaloiltilA .* 8 ort( voice and the mnnnerM" of avrnndfntlier. the voters. Then the n..yto'l.'h. schools residence of the Sloanes In Lenox,
The summer
at tin front door of tlio Jonrl lloime, lit PalntkHfliiMiild ........ again proprietors .wagon IH a regular Jell cage on Penhoily Iy
lire hhtIOhIlillhlillI| || | FreA IHHIVOII ) Uwcfiitly he Ml, heir Stnrke and Orltmlu. was the largest out of doors ntlnlr in
Uuuniy of PutiiHiiion tile of the News who wheels in which the are pened Monday at
with 11451' l bol and are prisoners
Filter SUNDAY IN AlKtUHl'" A. D. HH)>. to tils iini.it Oliarliy llonpllnl to $;i )IIIIN) through the dentil. of"I'e"th'e ,- [ len at Htarke will Lenox since the Hlo.I entertained
lanlruinlonU locked at which IH movedroni The con- .
bi lo..r of Ald month ilurliirt' thflIfftiilhuur 211,4.141" ) |alltnta nniinally. Hpwiliil claimed' that with the their ears to the ground. They night II norlll his first
the during
>litf day Tile and It U President McKlnley
nt thii builrtlde r tIle Mirk.
Klvea dill ly keel one to another as. the Untie for a term' of nix; weeks, with
that d the folluwlniilot : : :; : point
nultton '
of Vor CAIOloitllA he for 'ot Ms, love. learned Administration. About 25O I
: : : : ni'Bl wnUtn boKliiH NilotMir lute dawn of proHperity' to distinguish the Arthur Williams were pres
or parent l of fiinU lyliiit aim biilng in tileS work progresses.The 'rof. principal/
.... 1 nild .liiforuiatloll suluIrsiProf. A letter was rend l in whlclilCrockeraddreHHod ( ent. Including' Lenox cottagers and
County ot 1'utiiAiii and .KU..r Florida' 10. of n broken down iHBintod by >l ice Clem Hampton.
Witt. S. E. CIIAILLE. M. I). Dean. his former' love uu! "l>uarKvn. cr"k. .h/lblng. ---_.- Orlando will also continue iruests who remained. over from the.SloanField
.. The At
'1 ho Southerly...."., .. foot by one hundredand mad cart from thnilderoul rum- one .
aoventy-flve fitvt (?OlIlVl> of Lot Number P. o. Drawer tai. MEW OHLEAN8, LA.Master's ; lie said: custom ofllclals at Key West wlx weeks in charge of '1'01 F. Mc- wedding.Oo S
HU (0)( ) in Hiook Number SIxty ElHht ,tut HI)), ol the .. :.. I can. nut see what those vipers and blh'Ko of an overwhelming wave made It; hot the past week for the Heath as prlucIpal, t"l tell by Miss -...-

Uhly or 1'.1....... RNBV TRUNZ. crows rare after. I hate to breathe popular. feeling. Because they aw lnlll'lcrs.(, which lias resulted In I the Elizitlit.Ii: Jlitngu.. Special Sale. the atmosphere of .n city that. uon- the the of a large quantity of Hpannli -
SI 01101l51.. ?iIllSWr. lu Gliunoery." fit to t..1 people portent capture of cattle .
DAVI8 HILUIUI.N' U"I", and l by virtue of uileeree of forwiloM tahH such beings, gamblers. blackmailers these the lonesome out. rum. The otllclals had been Seven hiindrcl h..1 were IeIllocratlcSyltiptotilts. -
iJompltihmnt'. ttollattora.Polntkit tire inn,! Mile. nilorMl I In tho 1:1": ,,," Court of and thieves. who only lack, rllmblnlfH lenrlng street talk I that a quantity of .shipped from 1'llntii to Cuba A of men werepolitics discussing
..I..., Julio .b. ...... tha Filth J.dh'I..1 Cln'iiltof thus .Hint. of t'lorhlit the nerve of an occasion to stab you rider of the road- aguardiente. was landed on the Jamm. McKay of Tampa. group. lit a popular "thirst cure'

'. Illl: look for ,Piitinon Jililueof: : : County HBl.l C'ourt, by tile illltinl: Hon.tile W.)t'i: to the heart or pofkon you. I don't cart, together with his coterie of leauhes, and belli kept a strict last week. Tlie, rattle are sold to the evening after the St. Louis county .

IN THE. CIRI'IJI'f.f'lItrl'l'f IN rovRT)AND FOR KIITII Pl'lNAMNCKIIY..1V1)t1A1. < ilny iifjunu. A. !>.. 1INIJ wlmrain ho oily ufi'.litka : want to hear from them any' more. have seen fit to charge lookout. Monday night one of the him by cltt..l..n of that section. Republican convention., and one
a Munlnli' coriKirotUin IM coniuliilnnnt. "You addressed. Miss Stedeker n.efleiir pitssengers while. This will distribute .
IN force patrolling the had declared with emphasis
> light of the
OUNTV.FLORIDA A. party
.
I'un'pll W Pnn-oll I News with desire
IHIIIW L. I. Jmnph the a -
Ini the In ten
l said OanU., l.arth.lty ali over $10,1100) (
Kvn? Lawyer
S Alfrmt Z. H<>>fir. Atliiilnttttmtnr ) nnIII O. howell hliorin. "0"101"010 ",idiuuI 51- North beach, haied..a wagon witha that Republicans and Democrats
ot tlia mtnto ofMiiry I..Lloyur, hut'tutor of thouHlutoof John W. Pun-ell ilitooiuiMl l "Yen," replied Mr. Crocker; "Just to Impede their progress.. This load of The draymananswered Inys there will h" another shipment. are so distinct that they could

S Uuouimutl. f lira Uo'muluul' *, I will Hull' nt. pnlillaKuntlon as I'd adclrews you: as '110"'.' U not HO. The News proprietors simply and said he had found n I'lie cattle are lold l luy the pound as he distinguished by nn experienced
.. .
nil bent blilrtor.
for to the nluheMt i"
oiwh.
C. K. Prmlon at..1. j jTn ill the front duer of thu fiiuil lIo".". InI'nlulkn. "To whom do I you refer when' "you wanted to give the people an advance load of aguardiente, on the beach, they stand on tlel. feet. judge bouiiiiHe of their personal appearance.

J. It. Pre luii of VVanmw lenrnln,, and In until' County!' of Putniiiii! on I lie: use the term 'crows and vipers? Its and was. going to take It to the CIIHoinhouHe I Lyle A Co. of Kartow are harvest-. .
n..y.n.....", I L. w. Iltmton aid U.f. Uplon, h I :KMT MZtDAV IN A1111Sl' *, II.) l''".>'. ':I wrote that letter In reply' to one tp. readers are paying' and asked the official. If Iiiir. () hales of hay. averaging 94)*) Another Immediately disputed his
wliiM ruMltltiiitm. ,U unknown.You lol itt tlm fourth lIlly of mlil mouth, ilnrloKtli : : received from Minn h4tedt.ker. Hho for just that sort of thing, and nowI..t I I.MI
S lire horvhy 00itli't to mipoar to tile l leNtil lioum of: :mla on. Hint :lny; tli,,. followli'K lie would like to take I ride, whichthe Minnds each from n 2llcre) field, contention and offered t a
| wager
lllll of Compliilnr. Illwl. lutniln egI",hot youon !hit orpuiwl of liinil lyliiK anil |hal|;lug: wrote Ute tluit /her hruth..rllllnd Bin- the election Is over, feel otllclal accepted nnd ten barrels mil In forty duvs the will be "round" that the first .
or h rora tliu. tlitt. llntt tlsy t>f bupttniibur" A. i)>.. I In: tlm I'oniity, of iilnnm a.lsuil. ',iI t tern would not help her In .any"' way that readers. of th paper have gotten of liquor were landed at the custom ready for n second cutting when not d'mol"trnl his own theory HUC-

liMa.It...lit l..rthol'o..lu,1, thAI thin ardor be puhllNhwlanmi 'l.WitI tNnmhnrN'lnojln. ()) Blmk, "ii'iilii-r, Onftptirlnl ., nnd* were always abusing her. what they for and had aright house. Next day two more seizures. they .expect; n yield f,) 1'N< ) more ceggfully. bet was made anti
> wrak ror lK ti oniuwiillVB. Weeks Ii iusiii rod and Ilialy '1'WHJ I\: )ly'M.IMN') : :? ,,fPiIstIk "Do you 1..Ceto the same p rnons paid were made amounting to over UK. miles. 1 his luiiy Is from land on Inlioated" man standIng -
S In the ",,''ulk" News' ...... Ailvertliwr. eHOWIIIIIS000 : when you m>...ak about Itn.m bl..r. 1.1111thl..v. to eXI'oc. demijohns, some of which were taken which 01 f cabbage.Irish at the "straighttea
Maitter In jliuult'ry.DAVIS .op" I'ot.
|, puulUhiHl In ..I
WltiiMwi' k my haitI niul, A Sprague
< A. ".. ''JOSEPHPR.CE.OWh Kliu:. J unn "t'jlli IMM. like to explain' at which MissHtedeker lie. official) Miami, t.OI the customhouHe. tics..Is. If you Cn.ht' JI. StCertaluty
lYlerk for some mysterious ran.soil candidate ellct..d. was The draymal who had the loud of The Lake Helen Cassava Factory, ," was the reply, the.

Hulloltor.'I( ft SMITH fIle Com"I..ln.n'-| l Excursion Jacksonville. became. very merry antI held I elected, and the only one. barrels on Wil given a hearing and has been riintilng on oooiitle speaker took n critical look a at the '

S Cheap her hnnil over her mouth tu avoid We predicted that John, P. Wall placed $bund< appearance root slnca April, rll has worked up Individual before him. "He's a,

The Atlantic Const Line will operate a laughing' outright. would he the 'ond man on the at the next term of the United over IINI car 'I'h. starch was Democrat."

NOTICE OP APPLICATION' FOR cheap excursion to JankHnovlile Monday ... .. that States. court. nil sold before bring, mad and nt very Then to decide the bet, he walked. s
D....il Under Unction, 8 of Chapter ticket, but he would fall shortof Hntisfm'tory prices. The roots come
Tax and will sl\1I tickets fnrRpetilitltrain and
5- July :Slut, Of what, does a hud I taste In your .... over to where the drinker was.
48X8, Law of Florid. leaving Palatka at 3 ::1111 p.; m.'he\ mouth remind you? It Indloatns that an election. He was the second & from Ohm on tile 1'I..tU"t Itallroiuncnr .said to him:

Notlue hernby givnn tbutOm. T. n"... ,"nur,lon rate will ba tl 00 and tloket your stomach Is. In bud condition and man and he failed of an election. THK Boss WOHM IllDWIl' lllmlano. make very superior I "Stranger, we have Just mae a
New
aeII1 puroliannr of Tax Uortinnate No. will be limited to return until Thursday will remind you that there Is. nothing, so We predicted that the vote of U. P. Kuinpa, Drll Jlst. L..llhLn. grade Itissold to the bet over here,' and, to we
mills and used forsUmgthe
930 dated the 3d day of July '.. D..lllIlI. Information and writes of Kngland: cotton "
July 34th. Further good for mien a disorder as Chamber-. Cheeaer would the Ala.. : "One my b.d wish to know your politics..
baa llle-1 raid oortlllcateln my ollloe, and tlnket 'can ba obtained from H E. Dlokns luln'i Stomach & Llvnr Tablets after bav- James 1. surprise a chid. which was sick, .uo threw up liner gradesofcotton Iol. "Yesh htr," replied he -with

S haa made. application for tax deed to la ticket agent ; F. M Jolly Division lug one used them They olnanse. and people. I did. could retain nothing. on Its -...-- thick accent, "I'm er htralght It'-

.us la aooonlanie with low Bald aertlllaate P...... Agent,ksonvllle. invigorate the stomach anti rngulatn the We predicted that 8. J. Kennerly stomanh. He bought one bottle oC! Summer complaint U unusually prnval ptibl'cnn.. .

embrnoes the folloWIng (leeorlbedproperty bowels For .snln at !luo par bottle by would be elected county treasurer by W hlt.'s ("ream V.rnlrU"A. and It lInt among children this smayn wail But," he aded. "I've got alt t'eymptoins
situated In Putnam, County, 119!) the child of Dem'crat. (blabeveliiiig.Duluth
worina
IIUoehrllll" ) up
$;.00 Uewarll. Ackerronn AStnwnrt drugKlsts 2110 majority over (Irooms. Ills majority ; brought developed case In the writer's family
wit S
Florida to : It's tha medicine In the New Tribune.
b.
wOl'n was cured last weak by the timely oCbsmbnrhiln's
Mltohel Bk. J, Tft 49\!. H6I. IRe
was
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N. of
Myra The Bhove rewnnl will be pAid' l for '" book store havingmnv world. Cream Vrrmlfugn Is alao Colic, Cholera and Dlarrhira -S.----
Triay CM, sectIon 4O, township U, such Information alt will lead to rhnnrrest ed to their new quarter next door to What Is t.h.moral? Simply this. the children*' toulo. It Improves R..m"IYDe of the beet paten Thos. O. Livingston IS now the

) raaitoM-13 acres. aMAMnd at the and conviction of the thief East': Kl 1", Havings A Trust Co., and When the people of Putnam county their digestion anti assimilation of food. miHllclne man ufaotured and which i Ualmya agent for the OoaU Steam Laundry.Laundry .

'ihe said lund being InS who Htole the plant out of' HIM v."oIn now having a larger store, ran show accurate new and the ronneii- stret gthena their nervous system ant kept on land at the home of ynsorlba. left ab union depot will re-
such oertlflcafe
S. of walt
date of the 1"8ullnlle restore them to the health vigor attention. Order received
nnd
better prompt
the cemefery, b..tw..OIc Saturday their stock to ndvanfiifffl This la Intended as tree
the nait> of M. E. Purklnnon Unleaa lilies Ills of public oplirton, expressed without of spirits natural to childhood. returned Fridays.
evening and Monday. morning last. will continue to undid annie awheretofore. elasticity puff fur the coisvauy. who do not advertliM Mondays .
aid CBrtiHonte ihall be redeemed ao- J. n. DONNELLY. Will be pleased to see fear or favor, and without other 35o at Ackeriuao A HLawarfa, P"latl.. with u., but to benefit littla. >uf-

'cording to law tax, deed will Inane all our friends and ouHtomern.Couhrane .. hope cf reward than the consciousness and Loenda' drug Store Orescent City rAer who may not be within easy LOST-A note of .114) and signed by
of A. D. a
S S thereon on the 88th day July WANTED By yonnpt colored man of having clone Its rll duty to FOB THE "8 of I phy.lcan. No family ahould L. II. anti wife. All partlen

laoil.VltneBD: and seal and wife from Georgia, situation having. moved to larger' Its eou tltuent. theY aubcrlbefor LxmIL..Tua. of thU medicine II are .:from 'purchMlnl or ..-
my official signature Work of tore will be able to give his wholesale the 1.00 I hereby annonno mjHAlf a nanillilata fop '
ome f i
with private family Pal.tka year : :: the home eepeeialiy In the nmmar-
this tb.l5tb: day of IncH A. D. 190'J.Seal \!. much the suit,. I.piol.lore> fn>m ntimin oounly ., looting m. date
5 JOSEPH FBIOE.!: kind. Good t recommendations.. Answer an well as retail customers. In advance. Now U tho time to jaot .the aotloa ol the prImarl.a.JAMes tlm.-Ln.lul.I.a. Journal. For a da Novombr\J 1111 and in la !."
[ ] soon. Box 42: ), PaUtka, FU. better survloa.. iuhiioribe. 'Mk" St. druggliu. .
Co Florida Aoeml atwa I (
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t I THE PALATKA NEWSAND Alexander Dowie the Chicago Zionist has Good Health Come Here

; ADVERTISER barred these : Santa Clans Jack the Gtunt Killer,
.
o''?' Mother Goose, and Little Red ]Hiding Hood! lie I
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'a!I rlt The PtUatk" New and Advertiser has. been Mvrmltied' hv the Third they are the curse of the world and that the and pure blood are Innparable. If i
'., says blood in bad, health must suf !
AMil,.tnt Pu.LlnaaWF l .. to IH-II [Mibilcaltnu. pill It hat I to IIIIIIHKUIIlo | | | your ,
'tIj the until it*Mwoiul-t'liuiM'' nmtur. tiiia. hit uu.HJr4liiKl' > I INH-II. MO iiitaawcl children of Zion\ must not Ix-iir about these "infamous" : tour Poor blood allows the body to lone I, \\\i\\\ Any Day
\ I\ I I rII
t aba Vultuku .poMortlceAn of the vitality tuot as a poor fire under the \ ,
characters books.
story boiler al the down. ,
steam to run dp" I Iy1i
ri unofficial Newspaper of the Democratic sort-just Alexander Dowie is not a fool, but it ia churatu- From poor blood to impure blood is buta II 111\,1\ I II power'of your dollars I f fI

'rty.'r thejclml, you should I keep In your foully ble to believe thut he is demented. step, and impure blood is mother to a ,I I !:1t-a I: ) And lie P"'l'lI''lI' to see the purchasing in t tI'
large of human 11)8.) Dr. trousers
1 1 t "Mother:\[ GOOHO" never hurt anjbody. She has : Hartera\percentage Iron Tonic is an antidote for I \\1 I'II ..;,J expand.: Some things you can hide-but not worn I
Published at Palatka Fin., Thursday of each week by both poor and impure blood, for It Is II 1\1'\ Don't it i is not necessary; it's cheaper
riCKERS. been the children's friend for years. :She::> is apart both a builder and purifier-a food I''' the summer time. try, in
"i RUSSELL &
a ; of I baby> life :She::; has soothed millions of little and a medicine. It is the best combination II pair. Now that we've cut prices down, come
of the kind known to medical 1\\ ,,: to 1 bay n new low
"
or folks to Bleep. Do remember how "mother" in Straw Hats; they are BO
; WM. A. RV88ELL, EDITOR you science, and its success for nearly halfa ; 'I :' and let us whisper. the prices t
used to accompany "Little Red Riding Hood" century baa led to its endorsement by outside Clean Shirts at dirt
s thousands of medical men who have I''' can't hear them from the
,t 1' through/ the woods for you? She told you that been unable to find a substitute : you under prices, understand ?
NEVER MORE TIIAX A MI.VFF.To ,
story a thousand times and ;you) never tired of it. i, cheap)' priceUnderwear
(j that astute maut t>r of the late Mr.[ B. J. in hand/ is worth two nt home.
Your little head used to pop out of the crib and An umbrella your

ttl Grooms' campaign the News ilsir to: express the you'd say "Please] tell it again." Dr. Harter's'Iron -

t rr asturancee of its di tinoui.hetl'nsidt'ratioll.! A* '
And when Little Red Hiding Hood had reached

4j. ,' y,, aD expert in the fts. of those weapon! known na her grandmother's and had come face to face with ,, .When It's Rainy =

l ; c Duteria medico he may be l perfectly: justified inV the wolf mother's face seemed fur away, and you' Tonicwill

'" y clothing hU yifage!,:'! in the real thing wisdom but in when
i slipped into dreamland while a dear woman tucked You'll\ be on a good footing
the matter of political" : ) diagnosis his mmi nipt ion of '
clothes around kiss
the cheek as1
you pressed a ou a you against the manjcvlli mulling.
:h'' wisdom wad. never anything more serious than a from Impure blood. Scrofula' pimple' blotdbM. I ) (On .buj roll'a ,.A
soft as a rose leaf whispered "mother's precious Shine Chord...., rhuumallttm. gout dflpep. .
,, huge bluff. It'll'aa this knowledge that led the New and left r.mlB WBuknetn nomla. Ohioan!.. etc. are a Footwear
you.Accordnmg few of them: but the tf reat.Ml evil the vreftteiitduntfnr
? to refrain from consulting the late Mr. Groom'smanager ,i* be ireDral weukentnir of the wboleMHUm
aiI to Dowie that mother is a perjured. being which afford aa otHUiUlf fur every OF -
in the little matter of making up its lust'Wt'ek's peahg dhee.e. .
a liar :.ot fit to have children, a person who is
The following In only one of the tbouuadc of '"
..tta ; election forecast. wrecking the moral li\esof her children. What's tettUiuoaikUs. Wa have. revolved: JtW'.S[ 1W'.IJIEsz'; : =JBC,
1 lr. Groom. was always a most eftiiimMo gentleman aaar. t
Detroit Mich.Jan to'
a1 : the use of arguing? It is a wonder that nay one I "I commenced ualnir Dr. Harter. Iron I-r.'J'IO; A1ATKA. FLORIDA
,I lie was however nearly na flhy ou foresight can have patience with this "fake" prophet in when pro.I.....) from a encore stuck of rheuma. Lpmun Street -
tism. After using three. bottles all......,.. of
,, m{,; all he wus on votes. Had he picked us his campaign "Ziou." tbltt tllueuae\ were completely. eradicated from mya3Ura. ----
.nnd my ftenural. health wn restored.A
'4 .4 manager the IIonoraMe I Peter Gardner or the Honorable The mother of the world know what is best for hau. nu a equal blood, and purill 1 most Ur..lnoer Harter ly'.recommend Iron Tonic We Make FineCo.r.ufectic.n.s

I II. C. Looting, the clmllC..llure even that eitherwould their children. They have been teaching.them, :It to nil,1 rheumstlem persons> :; auflerlntf. and the from many tndlgeetlontatigue weekendconditions .:

'v w nine been enabled to manipulate' their candi 01 UieH iiMm produced by Impover-.
t love and! generosity and charity with Santa Clans ,
Lobed blood
F.
dates' Boetwick vote in such! iniumcru tu have givenmore tories for centuries. They have been pleasing and Mtuvitrtte No. MO< Second Yeazell.Ate.t And everyone who Eatsit Farmers Attention!

? }i weight to the returns from San Mateo.[ interesting, them with simple tal. of tho imagination (W.OOO to...to...lhataltne tMtimvnia (aolaa1YID' IE..el'7 wants more. ,

ARE BABIES: 1JUCOMIXO I\T1NC"T'" and they have reared good sons and good ,, tars' Iron bottle Tonic of Dr.baa Her.V our* Our Chocolates nnd Bon Bons > -31. !(-
V/ Crescent" mark
tnale- on
cities daughters' millons upon millions: of them withoutrt'mo'iug Q" the label, Don accept aub is time and need a new i>]ow. We" are
s,2,,, a t ti Those who read the daily papers of the great from their lives sentiment I .tltut -inii>HtoD Dr. Harutra. are always FI'e,1l, and Pure.Ice This plowing you may
and romance.
; f are becoming impressed with the fact that in city M.id* tnly *y county ujrpiitg for theDLIVER
Santa Clause \\illli\e when Dome is and THE OR. HARTER MEDICINE COMPANY
gone
life today there is little place for hal>iea. ] DAYTON, OHIO Cream Ice Cream Sodaand
Little Red Hiding Hood will still be her PLOWS.
calling on i Mtkm died Dr Hrtr Wild Chtrry Sifter 6HILLED
{ houses families that
let to ;:
Landlords prefer to ., .
4 ::1t Md War wdl k owM Hea r Mcdiclou.FOE other
hen the of
grandmother wheels the Chicago crank
t k ll" have no children to do damage to the property and I BALK rnEaTW1 aL You all know there's none better. We sIll have the Atlanta !Stool Plows.
have ceased to revolve.It Hot and Cold Drinks the middle man's
the neighbors. houses are We buy direct from the manufacturer and can save you profit
i Apartment generally
.y annoy is a wonder that Dowie dies not issue a proclamation SAYS IAGAX: JLtCKEOIOR'N Come and see us, or If :you can't do that wi Ite us and let ua give ;you) prices
jtil l closed against the little ones. Dogs may be ac- against saying "Little Pig' Went Market": FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN; : I We ire also agcuts for Putnam county for the

,( cepted, but not children. on baby's pink toes, for pork has been barred from The Children are welcome ; they always -1 JUNIOR CULTIVATORS.They \ .
Zion. Col. \\'. P. Ilarlow Chose, Sliot- PLRNET
The applicant fur a place as janitor steward seem to enjoy It.

ii M+r + coachman orallY of a dozen other places] of domestic gulls at Tueutj; 1'fet. Fine Cigars and Tobaccos.L. J make work easy !lIen who use thorn whistle aa they work. Then we have

service may bo 1 allowed to have a wife and perhaps VOt.I.H: NOT BUY II.VI.1.IM>S. Col.V., 1'. Harlow the Mexican A. SMITH. the Celebrated IRON AGE CULTIVATOR, and everything In the line of

,t1) bring her with him for service but the mahogany Whtm you yearn for wealth and think how fine and. Arizona rancher and miner who Garden Tools.This .
\\ascliiilliMjKi--d Geu.. Charles P.
by
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a doors \\illnot swing open to servants' children. it would be not to lie compelled to reach the, storeor EiiKtiu: former commlssury general For the next 30 dayswe is going to be the best year since the 05 freeze. The maD who plows this

The poor widow who forced. to make the living office at 7 a. in., don't forget that riches. without, of the United States Army, to tight spring and stormier hOB better prospects for a good, prolltable reaping time next

i for herself and little ones finds them a barrier the spending ability, without the cipatty fur enjoy- a duel at Uutiymua; ::Mexico a month will ofler Kpnulnl, sell full.them Orange the plows grower, the will cultivators be lu It again and I but the they garden will tools have-to they plow.are We the want above to

t 1' wherever she turns. ment' lose their charm in short order ago, lui.. come to New York( in con inducements to named prosperity blued.
;
I. All too often every: day, do the customs of city One John Tedlll1an died recently in Llano Texas, lIE'clioll with mining Interests. His FURNITURE BUYERSThis
.
suite 1 of offices Is. fit No. 870 Brotkdiiy KENNERLY HARDWARE CO.
L a life turn the children of the poor from a blessing to miserable and rich. lIe became suddenly< wealthy '
I s. w where he WIll seen ;.ve8ter
C'. a curse and an insupportable burden. All too often through fortunate investments, and found himselfin I it Tribune reporter. His version I Is! clone partly to nnroiirnge/ business l- PALATKA FLA.
f I. In a nntuially dull season and lu ,
of the duel Is follows
: are parents that love their ehildrell as dearly as possession of :12.UOO:? month income. lie tried : substantially as order to make room for Fa I goods.It .

the rich love their own forced by harsh necessity to to have a good time. lIe didn't know how and 1m (1,,". Engim Is trying to secure n should be remembered that .all
valid title to a trust of cool linul In ,goods; in our store are praetlnally new.
( place them in institutions or desert them nnd attempts were alniont pathetic.: lie[ changed lii- the state of Uuiiymits (that Is claimed \\' e want you to see our new

=$ rll I t when the cause sifted to the bottom the fault is clothes four times a day, bought jewelry that h>* hv {'(,I. Hnrlow for the Pacific Count Nickel Parlor Lampand

be less. with the than with the didn't for and thousand that dull) Company.' Uen. Kagiin, In the
care a willed
i found to parents things nbHeiruu of Col. Harlow from the housewives! will be Interested lu 30TH YEAR OF PROSPEROUS BUSI ESS.

Y; senseless and heartless customs and conditions put on his taste almost as soon ai he had purchased mines ejected the Harlow men from
fF? the i>r<*mi es. News does. not travel I, ourAcme
q, upon them by those who easily] could, if they would,, them tin fast: there nil it does lu Home other Mosquito Canopy. ACKERMAN & STEWART

change it all. He might have traveled but he didn't care foi r pieces|' und It was four days before ,

.g of it. from the broaderviewpoint travel. He have tine word reached Col. Harlow tint F. A. Gerber & Sons
books
And the most pitiful part might bought but t Kaolin; hud ousted his men Then

'.t I $ is that the world: is suffering a lack of there was no literary side to his nature. lIe118 an I (and'oh. Harlow( lit! all appeared of Uen. on the scene Furniture l culers.. Wholesale and Retail Druggists. *
ran Kngnu's men.
development of its hest material for future manhoodal1d ordinary man, with ordinary intelligence! and an, A week Inter the colonel appeared at L'udcrlakers. and Kiiibaliiierx. .

Z womanhood. income ten times his wants. He was always followed the I hoellll Uunj'mas where Kauan: \ 'Phone 64. Pulatkn./ Flu. lUST Imctl\.tu LARGE For Sprl"
; The hud been Introduced Fresh Garden Seed
t It is to the children of the poor that the world by a horde of mendicants' among whom he scattered WflMagiiLtit.n month men before, and hail LlJ'r L\ DIlIt'rH'S Plaulllll.o, !

o} f { ''j has ever looked for the best in the future. Forth e his gold but he had very few real friends, met socially it number of tunes pilotIIIH That I'ullfil. Mend In your ordure

y yoke of servitude changes necks. It is nature's puoplewho. liked him because of his good qualities Hurlow tow,are liuw you hag general politely. ?" said Col. *'I have mine" said the clover INDU COUGH CURE.

great equation for the preservation progress of You sile. happiness that lasts, the kind of joy that "V VImo the d..vllllre you; sir?" asked voting three ; mysterloiiH hypnotist, phases nmkliifr with two hthandi 01.. 25 cents per bottle. Guaranteed by
Gen. Engnn: ,
t f' the race. stays with mankind, is nut for sale.\ You can buy ('01. Harlow hotly.is about nix feet two mid looking straight Into the ACKERMAN STEWART. DRUGGISTS.nrnrnnirnrnnnnrnnnnnmrrnrnnnnnnnmm .
old mall''I'S., "to ask for
k y; ,', One of the greatest crimes against mankind is temporary pleasure, eomttimes, but (peace and contentment Inches tall mind] weighs more thou iu '( \\'" lovii each you other yonidaughter. very -

T tirFa committed when a home is broken up by outside -real happiness-' not measured oil with u, the pounds.Arizona He way confesses of getting. that angry he has In clearly biuzlnf-look near out there left in u! horsefly and ", '''' ", ''''''nrnrnrrc'''
eiir w
forces. Lives torn loose from former moorings and the golden yardstick., With wealth as with poerty \"- it hurry. Wllllt your! blessing.your I am fully preptired =3
"l'mllot the embalmed beef
I without chart or compass are set adrift on a cruel tmental must be \\ \\isdom for without it come*, said IIP, shaking his fiat under hero the to take care of a family you 1r

( 1 "3k i ; sea. If they reach the harbor in safety it is because misery, and the sight of riches only augments lose of Uen.K.igau Kngnn.General that. night sent Col- -don't und rememlwryour the sweet olio who name Is, no Jo )near'ou1 i tb Pal atka l flews

; of God's hand at the helm. it. And after John Tedunan had tried ii. ,jnel Harlow a challenge. to light a and clear to you will be perfectlysafe .... r
In
Of
it' The sea is black with rotting: hulks broken in the vain to buy happiness! after he had Hun? to the duel )Ir Crocker the United States would not my think keeping.of raising course; nn objection }you s

winds a million, he died, and oil his pillow I'ousul at Cluajmas, resigned his -come, nO\\'.
and the of wiin
sundering of family' ties crushing then ;)'ouare n donkey
in order
position by telegraph to act .
/ Does all kinds of Modern Book and Job Printer
and I wllll..d here wh..rethe :
found a bearing these words is you over
: "Everything -
paper -
/ I holy influences of home.If its second for <';01. lInrlo!" OenerulKngiin's -
Is nice and
tender
nothing but love. : second Mexican, grass gl.UIIIIUd 3
the children of the city,' poor are !being> discriminated There !I is n law was against,a .Jlldjle. -.Mm would not think of raising ing at popular prices.
an objection thut make her
might
against, must it not be, said too, that PlU r. HAltKM HIICTIIIKVY. Mexico whenever men want to unhappy nil the rent of her life :
The office is with the newest
tight there Is a found for them equipped material -
p' ; I the children of the city's rich are being eliminated? way would ;)'ou1 Yes, It I Is very kind of
did About two weeks ago Prof. Albert Harkness had to gratify their desire. As the challenged '
to give' -oh, old
h of render it inconvenient party. Colonel Hnrlow hiul yon ( poor donkey = and the class of work turned in
tyf, d' The decrees society and ; a birthday in Providence. The people turned out the choice of w""pons.'hell Mr. have you eaten Mil the nice fresh g out equals -

r unfashionable] to have children and most of the Crocker asked him what lie grass there? Come \\lllleiul you -
to honor him and the old felt his heart was goIng ,
une man to another spot where It Is longer : style that of any Job Printing Establishment in
mansions know little of them. Babies to to do he said: .
are .
1'
great and ami wlll-
I swell with pride because he had not been forgotten "I'm I'm too ureeiier! we
to .
going tight. -
the home what sunshine is to the ti..lds-its, life and Perhaps you do not remember Prof. Harkuess to stand any sort of show nenrKlarhted "All boy right, snapping! All right his !thumb" stud and theotlke S_= the South. Give us a call and .learn something :-:3

rte, light. The prattle and lisp the laugh of pure joy with pistols at long range, und you linger close to tilt. clever
? Go back to your school days, back years and years: know that my title aa colonel Is of young hvpmiothat's E about good work at modest prices.
and the patter of the little feet make the real home the tin soldier I ear.Vuke up! It's all
,
if you like and look at the title page of your Latingrammar. variety as lIev.rIliad a\"er."

u aId represent its real purpose.KEFOUM1NO That makes think of the time when a sword In my baud half a dozen "Where am I?" the clever ;young
you tlm"lI.'rlte General Kngau a note.ay

.r 1 Till llO/.. your bruins got tangled, your )head ached, and y,>u 'hotguns ing that and my that choice the distance of weapons apartfur is hypnotist in the nllke.l."Ollt "U.J. guess the don | Palatka )Hews :Job OfficeS I

key didn't) like .
that last
often wondered what Hi
good( purpose a dead language ( III will be not to exceed twenty grtiHH. .
"
+ The national department of agriculture has lots kicked. -S. E, KUer in Chicago! J
} could ever serve when English could be had for tin lent. Uecorcl-Herald. v,
fi of money to its credit and is probably justified ill This acceptance of the challenge\ Russell UicRers. Progrlnort71JIIllIJllJlll111111111111011111I1IIIII j
+ asking. ; unit taken to General F..n hv Mr. .
pt undertaking big jobs. The latest is that it will. try The man who devised and" concocted and prepared Crocker.:; -When General;; -k'attau .

Y a and reform the,3iog.:! that grammar did good deal for posterity. It became heard refll the..d terms, Colonel Imposed Harlow by Hays Harlowhe to IS YELLOW POISONIn Illl11111111J11JII1UI11111JIIJIIICAtlantic''Coftst 1 J' ;"

It is the theory'of the department that the!' holt's a standard work, and has had much to do with. go all with the duel. The night afterward it nalarlal your!blood ? Physicians/ call
t heart is in the ] that in his Colonel Harlow end his Qerm. Itcaii ba seen
right place, pristine
condition -
''' a the mental development of several million !human friend dined at a Guajuias hotel changing; red blood yellow under
he was of exemplary habits but that he has brings. and lu a minute of hilarity it occur- mlcro8Co It works, day and Line Railroad Company

t fallen from red to Harlow that ho ought to play night. First, it turns yourcom.
grace.It Its author is 80, and expects to live many years the role of challenger. He challenged plexlon yellow. Chilly aching
_th is contended that the negligee appearance of General Kxgan to tight I a duel, sensation creep down your
more. He ill not doddering in an easy chair in an backbone. You The Great Through Car Line From Florida.
feel
{" the modern hog and his slouchy manners are the result and told him that he (Enlf"1)| 1I11r1'ht weak and
out-of-the-way corner, but is working. In Brown use a 13-inch ,,"un. but that at for worthless.

of both heredity and environment. For generations College he has been professor of Greek for a little myself he (Harlow) would be content ROBERTS' CHILL TCNiC:' CONl'tECTIONS:
has with a can of embalmed beef asa
the hog been wallowing in his
own con- matter of fifty years and along/ with his birthday weapon.Colonel. will stop the trouble now. It East Over Its own rails to Savannah Charleston, Richmond aDd
ceit and other things. Gross appetites and slovenly
a TO
\ he celebrated the sixtieth anniversary his graduation Harlow was shown the enters the blood at once and } Washington" thence via Penn. B. B.TIY .
toilet have caused loss of self 1HE
a respect. narrative giving his side of the case drives out the yellow poison/
,.' $' The hog is to be given another chance. The unfeeling Truly a grand old man. He said, for publication t U neglected and when Chills,

advice to "root hog or die" is to give way to .- -- - "The foregoing are tbe facts, and I Fevers INIcht-Swentsand; a go.,. Vu ALL BAIL
r ln am ready to stand by them. 1 cau enl! break-down come later on, Loulsvlll Nashville
The is Jt via
altruistic be :
experiment. hog to rehabijif Montgomery,
Little hey; Itlue. prove every one of time statements by Roberts' Tonic will cure
you
d +? tated. High bred pigs are to LM put into clean surroundings (One of the old favorites HtlUlavlt of half a dozen men. O' n- then-but why walt ? Prevent. TO || es tIThe}[ Mobile Ohio B. B. via
_ ) Montgomery
+ with all the accessories of u higher standard eral KoQriin: \ will not denY' them. I future ekkn... The manufac THE
k : of porcine living.So The little toy dog Is covered with dust, thougl! t Fngan. would fight n revolving turers know all about this yel-
: far for the Jut stuc'lv and staunch he ntmuU I Lu... iw, but he doubled up in a low poison and have perfected TJ fl Via. Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York
so good. Unfortunately p'xppri- And the little soldier 1 is reel
toy with rust
hurry. 'lo be ) honest, 1 am Roberts' Tonic to drive It out RQCtl Philadelphia Bolt.
TO Boston N'f'lk for N. Y. Wash and
k' however in of the enclosure And the musket molds In his hands.Time whole via
nient there
one portion ashamed of tue transaction, nourish your system, restore TUE liUDlrVlaHaviJ "'- aud Merchants & Miners -Transportation Company ; ..
ia to be the sty of the fathers with its swill and was when the little toy ting was new but Ce lerni Eagan wait the aggressor appetite, purify the blood prevent J for Baltimore,
mud holes and all the sordid enticements of the And the soldier was pausing fulr ami hU refusal to light after he and cure Chills Fevers and VIA STU1I Ol..
Aud that WOK the time when our Little Boy Blue sent a challenge has excited unfavorable Mz!ria. It bas cured thousands
world, the flesh and the devil. Kissed them and them there.
r put comment in M..xlco.ew -It will cure you or your TO Key West P 8 Mall Steamships of the PnolncnUr Occident! Steam
It is the of the that
) theory agricultural experts "Xowr don't you go till I cOllie,"1I..ld he, York Tribune.THEFKBTXCT. money back. This U fair. Try AND }I ship! Co. Port Tampa to Key West. Havana. In oonoec 'o with
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the hojf under these new surroundings and impro'ededucational ---w. It. Price, 25 cents For .
"And don't von !nuke any noUel"So sal by The Atlantic Coast Line.
j facilities will eschew the mud aud toddling on to his trundle bed Lrvms AI EDICJJlL Aekermaa A Stewart.- HAVANA! I

cleave to the higher life. That is where the experts He dreumpt of tile pretty toys.. Mrs M. A Jollny, Noble, O. T.,

r will be disappointed. And a* he WWI dreaming, an angel. song* writes : .'1 have used Herbln. for a SUMMER TOURIST TICKETS will be on sale! until Sept.. 30 to the prlndp.
Awakened our Little Hoy Itlue- number of years, and can cheerfully recommend resorts throughout the country limited to returu Ootulwi 31. Write tho ui <"or 1
Is the to Adam? And did
hog superior not
our Oh, the years are ninny the years: are !o.ig. It aa the most perfect liver Atlantic Const Line. signed and BUM where you wish to go und proper information will Iw given
forefather fall at the will temptation? As the Hut the little toy frieuds are true. medicine, and t>y' greatest blood purl er. VII_, tickets. are ffnml over 1b. .
Scripture snith, the sow return to her wallow, It la a medicine of positive merit, and I anf' AU>nllo C.MU.I Line, Ulcbm.mcl fbrinwlnt Fred Something New.

""r S'tfu and so well these cultivated pigs. They are built Each in the to uniiie Little old Boy piece. Blue, they land for fully It accomplished" Malaria all that find la claimed Kunibera rlck.bars IUIl k. Polouwa.. r, L..aU Railroad.lll. and, .eoehtngu.S.ehla.wRaltporl .. Summer excursion:[ < rate to Washington, D. O., from Palatka, Ml.OO. UekeWUmltnd
cannot
that I a lodgment I."p' LouUi III*. Hrrx> to October! 31, ItHKl\ with 15
way. Awaiting the touch of a little hand day transit limit tn t ooh direction.
In tbe 0.Olar
system while the llrer U In B- R.: El Hun a Oulhrle K. ,, interchangeable -
p The primitive hog may have been an intelligent The smile of a little fnce. perfect order for one of ita functions Is ape R. Bt VonlebArtraln U. H ) ChorlMtoR. a. r mileage ticket good over I1.0OO: mile of among the Pilolpal
; And wonder *a waiting these longyears Weaui-a Caroline' Hallway, Snutft Georgia tt U I railways the Southern State are oo sale by the principal agouU.
fellow of cleanly instincts and persuasive manners; through to prevout the absorption of fever : : I
In the dust of that little chair. producing w y eewgia Nortbam BAllwvy. Tinnn "A for complete Information call on H E Dlokena. Ticket Agent or addreM!
!1 ?ts t s, but like man he ate the apple aud fell, and great What has become of our Little Boy Blue, liver poisons.regulator. Heroine 60a at a.Aokerraanft moat indent R4llro NorUiaulom. Tllbm Ballfuwl a. )f..ullrl, Onita_ .ballwvjr a Irwl.,_.lll a..y, '. Y'.JOLLY Division P aa. Agt-. Jacksonville, Fla
was the fall thereof. The cleanest hog in America : Since be kissed them and put them tbere ? Stewart I 'Moaltry. 1. Out _I.a].. 4..oe..I"n..lb I W. C. CBAIG. H. H.laUJl: : Ol', T, M. EMERSON.
: I'alaflca, and Loundo' Crea- ,
f or tre.eliuc. see liek.t Acnnu.. B. W .waratl ( o.n. Pus. Agent
', will backslide into the mud. -Eugene Field. cent CttJ' l.aaagua Tlalllo Hsa.sr.*....T--, Os. Wilmington N. & .AaaL Traf. Mgr.. Traf. Mur. N. A
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CRESCENT CITY

I NEWS.Crescent \ WHO PUT UP FRUIT i

Illinois
Professor Falls !h Love with

Girl He II Punishing.l ;=:o" a/too-u.t f

CityIn ,.' Henry Hiitchlnson arrived home ." ,..... % '%.

I 1.0".01, the nioHt benlitiful, lountlnns. FlorIda. Persona! and 'Social. Sunday remaining over \\lth his. $ OP MASON'S FRUIT JAtS
Thn biwii la In tile nmillinntttwii' ,"'.rt nPiitimmofiunty family until Tuesday.. OUT THE i .. *'_e of His ralr. Pni.ll Co.00 : ..
'to nillim from I'lilntkii.: and I Irnurhnd is f 4 rN HI* Hwaxt WbU H. ,
: ::: ; I 1* Applyio '.
tor\\1..IIn Sloan high tttnamiir ground. iir wliluh riUlnmu.rlmHK OrenflontUlty >*Hau. Mr. K. M. White him returned i ORDINARY.YhJNUIEht'il LMbV.ddlu... TakH But they dou'b all knew wo kunp. them. This la to lot them, know Unit they can

from the wont bank of oreiwont. Luke, it from Savannah, where hB went to $ .. .
fully\ A.'V. Driver was culled to Palatka p..e At( Clo. of ..fetM. >l. got their supply at our store
Of shut water IH Ullllm III length '
h."t1"'I.ho.t attend a meeting of the directors or -% > ay'fV%.<*VVV%.<
iin.l.. tmm tires to live iiillm 111 width. 'I'll. on business last week. -
iilaoo. lit well lulil (lilt' I" town and grieve lnutho the Pier pout Manufacturing Co. : SPARTAN F IUTITUDH.' Prof. W. W. Womack, principal of the -
coimtltutlMK. a jwiitlon. ..f his urn" Uedmond Gautler
hut formur.1. bio, -ks 111 Wllllll lyllltf. between IWlibkiiH ., expects to leave Mr. White reports. ( hat UI<' bunliiexa, While nn H-year-old son of J. 11.HIICl'luo. school at Stonetort 111., was married We liavo /good line of Mens Suits and Neckweai-
--laka or". ,.nt on the cant and Inke Htell on Saturday for Tampa to be absent of Wnynu, Pa. u few Mint
was daj i to
of this pickingcherries
,, ., company) Is growing at a rnpl / ago Mary Marshall of the
littimt Also
fill, nm w"Ht. Tin 11.,1.i Into Still" l iM4n foot u week. a full line of DttEbS In
in '
tree dooll" i'AT'rERNI
box
I,usher hum 111,11, lit hike Urooceol tulle sfTori.! ralo. high a a of |uper and the wedding 1..lha culmination of
IllS' llOt'fO1' dralIlillie. 'rile I hike 51011, Miss (Corrie Clips igli itmuil... II I Is. cloth lOg; was Met u romance that, U '
: : : u.I:: : : CheiUhiim I of }fllnt.hIK'ton -- causing giggles In Fabrics Suitable for Summer. :
liii..lii. ,sn.roe lii slit I 1.15$ allil in alisoititulyliii on lire and tlm flumes, quickly begun/ the ..ohoul.A .
"0 uy till tow" iiilliiiritloS will. 111100 tilulilO It has been In town the past several RBPUUUVB FIIA'IUKBU.Blucklieuds to bin' n his flcHh. Til" boy willHpnrtnn II
a iIsiI.oanuir 14, ii. lilly wity oohltnnhilint It. month Prof. Womack can always dopnnd on getting FHESH Groceries
ago
Tim, 1'liillt: ByHUtm Hilllwiiy: toiirlifii the west lays, the guest of Mr. and lira. courage, steadied himself was 1'1
pimples faoea und called
bank "f Ifika HtnltA two nilloa from the town J. L. Maull.Milos Krwuiy uiion" a limb )pressed hIs clothing upon( to administer a whipping)
and. a llttlo ..Htiiainiir, convoys ))a iM'iliorB HIIIfrnlKlittq .1 rnudily cOIIII.I."IIIIIO which ute HO ciniiuion ugnlimt the trunk and thus extinguished to Miss Marshall an 18-year-old pupil W. MILLE'R: CreNeentCity,
fche town anil
and fiiinl urenount
City
nmoiiK woinim.' eHpuulully Kills mauertulu
Edna Briinle hits returned the flames. for disobeying the rulea of .
Jiinutloii, III" railway" Malliin.Tlio /( During all this the school. 1'lo1la,
trip t>y stonmor from I'alatkA, or Jaoknonvllln from a pleasant week's outing at age< ilostioying bouuly hllllug ,,"t- line the little fellow did not utter Thinking to escape the unwelcome
1.0"0..1 the moSt di,lltfliirnl Water' ride aud niukluK pululvu.. fitaluieHwliluh '
When the. ordeal task he
was her
the
uverHie choice
gave
Ormoml-by-thc-sea. betweena
wholit oonntry, and the paHM who would
Ill tile : titr othm-wiso appear uttioutlvu NEW SPRING STOCK Of
la hold enlraiuifxl, from Rtnrt to hoy filmed down thu tree unas whipping and
takoM tilts trill and ( nuapenilon! from
rolluuil ludluato ,
that blue llvur la
nillosHiintn or U. H. Preston expected to I MIHtelllllld walked! his
flnlah, At S point nine 1'alatka' return to home where ichool
tile autamur .bayOU the HI.. Intiiiu" and. , which
the
'rlvor, a rnllicr narrow but tortuousntr rblne will cleanse, the bow'ls. regiilite professor proceeded to pub
.ain Ihied on either ahlii by a think, grown week or the first of next. I the. llvor 111111 no mLublluli a oleui.heultlty '. licly admIDlet.r.
11 ( "
of cypress, ludi ami 1I,0.wvor'.loh.' ron>Hiirlineval IATTra KINO fir MKNDOCINO:
Tim; rlvur's; unrolls are hari| andfminent Mrs. C. L. Cbamberlln and little uoiuplexlou. hOc at Aokurrniiu DKAD: While he wa applying the lush the JUST OPENED AT -'
:,: unit there In hover u lung, iiwn ovnior *$ aw..rt'.., PaluLku' awl Louuila' drug pleading face' of the
In Might. AfIre nine ", II.. or travotliriiimll daughter Lucy went to Jacksonville snore. OlDuotmt City. Death hits ended the stormy career p"p1lmet tie ej en C. L. CHAMBERLIN'S.
of
the
thin tamale .11.stehIttur( lrnirrgop. linn Monday for a few days. They went of George E. White, knoWn all professor He. dropped hi. lunli.
tile brutal. and biMintlful' Lake Draxumil.'. Ain" -.e.- over California as the "Cuttle Kingof The courtship commenced when the We Invite the Indies. to eiamlnn our Block before elsewhere. Now
half 'land. tin the ptiruliaslng
or an hour and a panrtiiMbor( a by steamer Crescent. .
(,Irenolol City the sleaiuar'a, soull.WViinoalantllnu. : ; : COMO. Mundoflno" White owned several punishment ended and after school Stock of Hummer Huts lust' "rlvoll fur M.lald Unya

Tile b......'I"".... Jaokaonvlllo, ateain Capt. John Plmie/ and his family thousand acres of land in Meiitlo- closed the two were married at the How abuub SIIU' lliiinllton-Urown, Shoes? They wear UKO lion Evniy |1111

every at'Tnawlay B p' in tile Thurwlay Hanitt hays and. ItlitlIl'll Nstul'iIyiPsilittkIt lug I i moved here last Saturday from Pler- D. E. Dusenberry hills gone to :New chIll county, and he lorded It over home of the brMn's parents In Stonefort. 'giiai'autmuuul.' lieiueniber, we are /heailq nartani for the famous Buukskln iireeohea.

tile boat luavoH UioHuonttJUy .". MondayVi<.dnomlay .. ROil .and York for a month's vaoul ion. his. vaqtierim HO long tlmt he resented hey wmir, lltliud give .tintlra Isfuotlon.
anil Prldny at 7 a. m arriving at I a- are now occupying the the intrusion of small .ranchers.
laths: at 10 a. in. and at Jiitkwmvlllit: ; at. 4'll1. Harper house on south Main street.S. S. V. Warmir. and daughter" .. Miss He WIIH. as. foiu-less as he wnit lawless, HAD THEM OM HIS Our Groceries are Always Fresh, and Prices Lowest.
No evor tKk tile aloamoi l roi* LIST.
l> UI./ portion Cm'l'leV. '
C'nrler left
.Milt for Oraaoent Oily wllhiint expuurinoIuit: L. Bun ham left last week for Monday, olthU and was consltmllv engngHtl In I blood C. L. CIIABlltKKMN": Crn8"8ntOlty. FI. ,
now Htiimatloni if iit. .aHiir..and a ahort nUll\ nttli week for Jtlnghamlon N. \ fneds and hilIgitlitiii, with his .
neighbors Ma .
.
A .
Iowa r .d < Sew
,. little ilty niukos any manor woman a lln/ .. mid other northern and west- anil In his York run' .d .
.. of tile pliMi. The KpworUi held 1 Its quarrels' with four WItS ftrtmtf of *.....
long' boor ern 8t tcn In the Interest of Ills Cuban League 1111- i : of SlIck M.ufront
) wives.. .
}Imi loft
estate
In the town propor are sonic of thn numibeautiful an valued at
homos u> l b. fouiiU III the ....".,. nnU, 1 colony. Ho will be gone Hovcnil A.lunl meeting. :.Sunilny evening. lud by nearly fOtHMMH), but much of it has Whom Ha *o.iiht Almmm. Have You a Hobby '
oiilturod" and Yearilley.Rev. -
are primporonamioro
tile pooplo weeks. been transferred" to other hands, to "
aittioiil, two olluIroilosEpisoil.psi "
la a icood "Capt. John R. Crawford who since
two hoUilH.bonldos Win. evade the claims of bin. divorced -
slid PreshlYterllallUIll good ,Stones will preach next
board. 1 Jo:. L. Waterman and 1803, It 1 I. alleged, ha. been
plouaant private 1110051| whore family expect iunduy morning In Lila wives.HICAK. eftg..d i in
obtnlnod.. .. Hotol antl. bnardliiK .IIOUHOlirloos Baptist the t
OlIn bo are moderate.' The people have pio.vlilod to go to Ormond-by-the-sea' church. of .xtracton of rand from r"re Of Course You Have.It's .

1 writ kohl gal lInks for lila entertaintnont nett: week for several weekx' stay. HKK: LOVK LKTTKHM' : ALOUD wealthy by meana of many de.
of tliono who like tills aniuHomont.UroHuontOlty Rev. J. K. Ford returned from lcee mendlcatu-y ) "
That was
her husband other ,
amused himself
than They have rented the S. I... Benham h..lllh. a desire for and don't
anyotlmr town Hi haa the more oounty.oranuo untiiKo groves oulturoIH Jacksonville Saturday n iglitliCcollt- and his neighbors by reading' aloud day In the YorkrllFe police court on the good things you want to

the lomlliiK. .. Hinnpntloii of tho 1'0' <'1.,1,. the cottage. pall led by Kev. J. B. JJitvIs, and to them love letters which she had charge of obtaInIng money under f.Uepreten pay too much for them.

quality of tills: fruit hilts lonir: boon rejtardod aaHiiuorfor Mrs. J. W. Miller and the children went Miiiidny morning to JSaslniawhero written to him prior\ to their llmarrliuge .. In hIs pomu-oionwaa found
1 In littler aodtltin or
to that Brown any the services. were held that tiny.VIr. IH. one of the allegations on a Hat of MOO We have and it's desire to furnish
tIle state. Alinoul oveiy olllKon or plaooha went to Jacksonville on the boat Davis returned to Jacksonville name of well-known peraona a hobby a the best.
.. well-kopl itrovo, many or whlrh oonupy which Mrs. Louise Berkuu 87 '
a Clny- In New York
tIle griuto' I 10111 of the ili000pl.rltLillfl, wlillaothorsex Monday returning the next day. outlay morning. bourn nvHiiux, Chicago! bases 11 billtor had ciy. all of wb"l he things we can for the money.
wild Into the oountry back. fbe moroh..,," approached varying
Mrs. W. A. "I degrees
Russell also
went the divorce
(lied
of croBoont City are lIve' moil, anil they' show as Additional tlio recently In the if i
hart (
arrived Ilia
storks of goods whIrl, would ,lo irodlt to manyof guest of Mrs. Miller. pi pet circuit court. She also declares that .lcee. (opinion of benefactor lfi'roethmu, plnee we assist yon In suiting your ideas to your moans. Got our
and the wells. J. Fulton's
Mr. C.
and
nt
the larger oltloa of tile e"".. Llvlnic la he defendant Charles. Berkau was"slovenly" thote who rrfimed to aid him are prices on
cheaper than almost any Other town itt the"life l ev. Dr. Reeves and his sons, and exUlenca and tit i'il r.V.. L. Olthlu's l and "too to work." all re<,nrde,'. Hl. hate been
hi/.y" n"l. '
streets are lined with sliatlo" trees and Master Harry Cbamberlln spent a will titHe now these be two llni'liud.wells For. tjultu it jesides being unpleitHanlly) neglectful .- Fathered from the newspaper and the Clothing, Shoes, Hats: Dry Goods and Notions.
tIle o..v.Uve. oaku, anil browl. slush walk arelold were only us I of Is personal' 1 Hevonbl directories. and he h.o shown
large part' of last week appearance.' city rare
on a
on the prlnolpal' utrenlH. Bluyolo' paths'' camp one. Mr. Kultou's hu\lng no top html \ : 1 1h Illlfiil: ; Illlllv. IfllIlliI:,* ....!. ii.. .. discrimination i -
1..lln. maul, dlroatloun.i hllllfc mill fluhlntr- rrln-rr Ito Into no"- Mia.--- !\II'. Uitbles having no. l>utfOll1. iJlluiaJtfauitliLlIOlilie;; [ ; ;; asserts-1; : '. :"Jhoiitwashing Crawford In the urlglmil I ielecthin. CONE The Shoe Man
--- ----- -- ; was arrested the other ,
Haw ,
---- Creek .
i I'artloa In freaoent City: lrlnR to .ubrlbe country.The AJ; a bilslnesH. ineetlnjr of I the Kpvtortli I bin face, unless sho ir.b-.sted night on the technical charge of vagrancy. -

: < for till.: lIsper or :wlnliliiir' to reuew young people gave a very successful League last week i U was ru- upon his doing so, and WIIH, besides< Following Is a part of his Crescent City Fla.

t leir; Hubarrlptluaa thereto.: uiav Iiiave their dancing party at Chamber- solved to have an lee cream Hoclul : h
with Mr. K. U. Lounil." at
sallies' AIH tnoimy he might not otherwise be ableto
[ this .......ulllce. who le our wnthorlsoil' axeiit.CRF.WNT .. lln's hall lost Ifrlday night. There it the; theJlu'.oulIg"evening\ of Thursday. (tlilu week) keep sutlleiently close tab oil occurrences James nh Lnw J, ....................'".No.
-- ".n..N i
---- -- was quito: a large-attendance good within his home. Mrs. Jwls t Cut. dy.r..N. A ARE 1i ANY

CITY TEMPERAtURE FOR THK music and refresh 11101115. Severid of our fruit growers\ have Berkmi says liAr husband caused her Ol.m-nt A.r.lIl.com..N.: O:
WEEK ENDING JULY i1,11ta4-Eb."" WILLIAMS miifh Frank ........ KJolm .
been is mental If he .
.. UUBEKVEU. Irving Necomb who left here two shipping peiiu.Showers anguish im had 0". .. H &'hw.b.........:.::.: gool .,
)'0.. MI,,. of rain have relieved! the ict nail v beaten, slruck or choked J. PRr.on..Cu.t liiii,," YOU HEAD
for I...* years ago to accept a. position In the IT, although he never actually com- rrr.tn. .... ...26c.nl."
July 7 *. 'MS P. M. n P. M. M hs. 24 hs. heat and dampened the ground omitted the lust mimed acts. dp Cordova...... ...........1
0. nutnrday .H5 U. H 08 10* department of the 12th census Itt somewhat. They were welcome. l Harry Pavne Whitney............ "
John Jacob Astor. .. ........... ... 1 t
(I. BunIny m tIll M 1110 77 Washington has been tendered ..
..
7, Monday M IOO.O lilt 13)<( a Mrs. UnJerwood has been on n i'HKKE-YKAK-Ol.U C'KAVEH. WHISKY .1 Itsge..N. (P. DEAF ? fl' NOISES ? :
...
,' H.V. Tnosilay Woduoaday .84 8J "Ill liE o'Bl. hid II'ln IX permanent position in the census short visit to ])1'. A. W. Viiderwootl ANlt'uhlkelh HAIII'I'UAI..1JRI1SKARD- L'INI Proker........:::::::::::::.'.'.':::w N cents o. ,

10. Thursday 81 U7 *2 VH 'iX department. at Jacksonville. and profane, iilthongli she ALL CASES OF
i u. Friday, .11II lot, w lin UFrIday's J. L. Burton went down to Palatka I.M less I than three years old, I little Sleet ud CO..lu. ,
Mr.' and Mrs. Chns. C. Blade have Sarah Brooks. of Chicago, was placed That duet is a cause of consumptionis DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARINC
list Friday on business matters. novml Into the Clark house. lluutngtou .. by Judge Tuthlll In the care of clearly shown In the stall I tics of the

", Street Scram.Two >. Wherever the 'Squire goes now he vi us too lonely for them. the Ch lid 1'11''' Home and Aid society patients treated at the 60 institutions ARE NOW CURABLEby

of Crescent City's honored carries a staff and many have been A high wind, accompanied by.mitimaof yesterday, to bo detained there until of the German empire for the cure of our new invention. those born deaf are incurable.
Only
citizens have been up before the accusing him of a desire to emulate our showers of ruin, took thu roof Him run be given a home free, from tuberculosis. In 1,0116 cases or more

t mayor for ennnKing In u street en- the style' and manners of the from the chicken residence. Oil tile cit the iiie.horror of that from which she than one-half of the 2,161 persons under HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY.
Davis nnd the of the Jit-
place carefully deposited origin
counter-a Ku'ar' urnp. One was Ion.James M. Chesser Holllster. It on the largest orange tree in the This baby, for she Is. really n baby cane con.lderton.was alleged to be due to the continuous F. A. WERMAN, BALTIMORE SAYSi
lifter all was Htandlng. In frontof. thu HAITIMOHR Mil Mnrch 10, loot
I punlHhed BO ba cursing aiolicelrlltta
hilt honor, the mayor, hniln't the on Tuesday morning, their employment: follows: Four ft my cone. |o h..I..at >ottr iliHcrvttnn.About .
F.
Mrs. J Gable will leavo the litter for .
8
trying to prevent aisserby five yeutu ago inv began to th''. kept I loutinY :
i heart Impose\ further punlHhnient Uedmond B. Guiltier was chosen part of tile week for a I throe ) from entering the place hundred and thirty-one "a.e from the ItenruiK: in tIlts ear entirely.III..r .IW. ,0 onl.Uhll.or. ,'i

i the mOlltllll' In when she discovered of "dust" without more exact I underwent a tieiiltnent for cnturrli. for three without soy micceiM. .0",1..1.num
The other not Hoj..urn 1'erinsylviinla.DOES .onl.
Itt the trial. chairman, and Paul C. Smith secre- was and r.'a.1'H.d erect ber of plivHicitdiA. other. the IIIOHC ..I""t t of thin city .that
I leant disfigured; physically, gets n tltry. Hon. J. H. Harp was u luminously ------ by Mrs. Kllzubeth: McDonald, ajrobatlnn designation; 182 cases from the effect only nn >LMHI 11111 0"1: l help m., and even : .lr a.e"I., that the head hoists would 1 1I
;: "r\l\:
oUlt-er of the juvenile' of metal dust; 129 cam from the effect tl.ei., ." but Die heat lug, in the stitched ear lout forever.
I wound tlnitiic'lully to the extent of elected a member of the IT PAY TO BUY CHEAP ? onrt. 'Thu th." .".your ."v"I."c"L, nccldciually, \in n New York piper and ordered your '
Hale one's tr.o"t.
mother Is In of stone, coal or glass! dust; 116 cases "'. After I Imd.. tiN .few dny according. to vour dtrectkin tIle time........1. 1
| $5; and coats.Ft county executive commute. A cheap remedy for coughs( and colds the Bridewell, working out an 4HO' from the effect of wood dust; 111 cases to-dnv. alter( five we.kn. my lieuriuu in the.diwened. ear hat been entirely. r.'o... I thank. you,

huppenetl this; u-wny. 'Squire The Spanish bayonets about town Ie all right but you wallt something that Int.Alter from the el.o. of wool dust and 1211cabs heartily and 1.1 to remain Very truly A.yonm.K 'UKRMAV. 7308. Broadway, Unitmore.) Aid.
Burton had been to Pnlntka hint Fri. will relieve hull cure tho mute auvere. Mrs. McDonald had taken
from the effect of various kindsof
ire now generally In full bloom t tile 0na dovx net uttitnl .
and drngeraus results of throat and Ha rah to her own home she was t."t"t IJfel'el..lh your occttpfttton

[ day mingling with the Philistine, flower answering the question so often lung troubles What shall you do? (Into imn/.ed" to hear the child call for These dust to hygIenists B'.::n'rc"ffi.a"d:'!: YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME aU SKS"4::::
home train hot suggest
the
and! duxtyI la"t
| came by asked, "why do you k..ep that : a wanner and more regular climate? whisky and when liquor was
I and tired. He wasn't f -ellng Iii his old sharp-pointed plant around t i OB. if poaslb.u ; if not possible for you refined her rnged In Infantile hysteria. and inventors the mieaessltyofdeviuslng INTERNATIONAL! AURAL CLINIC, 596 L SALLE AVE., CHICAGO, ILL.
dust and dust
I usually amiable mood) HO that It was hen in either COSH take the only remedy Investigation among the peo- consumers preventers
The beautiful bloom of the
plant hat haa been Introduced in all clvllUed >le living In I the neighborhood from for factories, workshops etc. This Is

( a mistake In Honry Weaver to talk nakes up for Its occasional prick and countries. with succoBS In severe throat which the child had come brought, to a fact that legislators should bear in 0

jto him In the WilY he did, just at ting. And lung troubles, "Boeuheo's OBI'man Ight the almost Incredible fact that laind. -American Medicine. ? -rE j

Stlmt time. Weaver wanted Burton Syrup." It not only heula and Btlmuates she Is an habitual drunkard. That' A'J-ari
Miss Loulu Hays of Amerlcus, ihe had been Ill-treated was shown A Rod Im Plekl' .
t to do something but Burton couldn't tho tisanes to destroy the gcnuiBoase "
(I,., arrived here on Sunday and but allays. Information causes by the bruises that covered he body. Mrs. Ooodsole-Why, Johnny, are '
IPL
Fiiee U that way. Burton made a The child's mother is known as you just going home now? Your
vlll be the guest for a svason of her say expectoration given a good night'seat
statemellt, which Weaver character- anti I the Nellie Brooks, and the name of her mother's been looking or you all after
< cItron patient. Try one
aunt Mrs. B. F. Carrier. Miss
[I l/.ed aa untrue, whereupon Burton ottle. Rei-otumended. many years ball ) ather Is said to be Clay Brooks a noon. SlASTONISHING OFFERLS1!!
Icallod Weaver a "IViilLver Hays visited Crescent City last summer druggists In the world. You can cook at Duuiiltigs/ who culled upon Johnny-Yes'm. I know.

when her charming. manners get this reliable remedy at LoumU', ding ilrs. McDonald soon after she took "Just think how worried she must FurniBnyTMiw.li.v Mli1otirWh1iklM. .nflClinrtoWbalMklinontyanil ,

Imiid that tho gray hair In Burton'BEvhlHkers won her many admirers, all of whomare tore. Crescent City. Got Green'a Bpeoal the little one into custody and acknowledged be." .h''.our'to I r',,<*.flifl..h.niprforradbrtlM.',"... lh. b.,......9 of llusyas..ip.I.rluslI tli. ,Um proflu< .. TlnI.r.11,50.in In l -.
was all that kept him !\ hIs relationship to the Miir"'loan i 0*h..a.e' direct .. .. 1
.
Almacao.luptlst "Oht she's near the end o' ., '.....w.1 ,
pleased with her return. child. .worry- ... "I 'hh" I..lOb 51,1 011,5,11.5
[(Weaver) from ginashlng him. Bur- -_ a .1. IREE %
In'l; Im jest beglunii' mine. -Philadelphia 14 BEAUTIFUL PRIZES. Oil: .4, ;
fton retorted that only a coward Miss Pearl Button a. charming I'nrNun'H I>aiirliter{ n Press.FOR. 'it :: .
FrY-HJo BATTLB os LOCOMOTIVKPi : : r: : :: : .
;
young lady of Fort Gates Oa., was Vaudeville. Contortionist. ,, =: > .. ,
himself behind .
[would shield prematurely Mra- ...I'l.i.Sp.i.is., .? ..nK.. the guest of Mra. J. 'V. Miller a *open f ct *i| h....1", n.. W l.'-iwy*)"*.
whitened locks. Then por- While her father a Baptist minister The famous tiger cat that has. been SALEBeautiful w'n".nd.' innuln' ,.Am.rir ntnov ,ni.nt.nd._. UmahMMr...
of last Miss left .nhh. do..nnt wrnlth silt will,hat I liMlai. 1 Mir 0..Vins tt mr
lon week. Button
Weaver Jumped down out of his thought she WitS In the Baptist the constant companion of Delaware .,hsoo FliM.1 ttnnlnt NMWhium Cl*.llulitar'I tnuln Nsb.sa' a
for home by the steamer Crescent &; Hudson Engineer (Gardner for If u U HoliUr 1 rttr IMUICT Tnhuao poueh .Unnt Ntr hHvytrhol ,
and went toward Burton in aevH ; .>ak
a for the mission oB.holder
wagon home training field. rICh INII I usa h
..W..L' .1.1..
Monday morning but waa so well 1 years narrowly escaped an inglorIous home near Cres- $5( ,. I fi'"lr ilMv h.... ... ,., ehutn.Irr .
Ibellfrerant manner Hurton dldn'twalt Clarice Rogers was doing a "turn"aa death yesterday. For I Ilj.w.I( boOr Uk 01.154, Alt th..U pl..ilhOllbO'. '.1.
a rnh,nH "l.lsdnsq.fllt,111fsweullOYSe010hinbOil '
to get hit but "swiped" Wea- pleased with Crescent City that she a contortionist in a Chicago week past the engineer/ had noticed cent City. Orange Grove ., tbPl .hvs.sv.rib.hlhtfor '' th.s III)10 *,5 si .

Tar. over the head two or three times says she intends to come attain next vaudeville house. The deception' I'large American, eagle settle 111 abig and all kinds of Fruit; 25Pecan irjaHHHBs... .? "_.. //I eludtntWuprliMforUflLT'' ; I, v $*).O7co.tnln-IInn D wlttir', .hl: :*"*sv'.: v JHKr Kat- / 'Isn
inter. helmlock tree near the tracks at J knd Cl,ira "lonavoft uk for Th.Urs ha (5JJ"J;| J; Hty
(with his staff, which Weaver grappled was kept up for a year and whOon trees. Good new is.ipI's:, :'i'.51 our tisIts etaslus( ;
,
Line. "
:State Whenever It the 5.4 Thrni.sfl5tfVtot1I
broke and with the big end hit Rev. Dr. D. 1\(. Reeves and family Rev. Claude A. Rogers came from chit It; would Jiap Its. wings and saw show in all. T '*'' :-"':'t-"r-' :::" :'I.. :,,. W'=r ssl*lll '*" *' .; ''riil-T..5lulU lIsrall '
buildings. 20 acres th taonrrirnat l' n*1* nt Poekotktilf*w h trcDUdM. "r .. .
{Burton. Then the men grappled have engaged a house for a month Lawrence, Kan., to see how hla pretty signs of anger. The. cat would ltUI'OIi FREE I :'Srt.fnVcin: 3-:** 01d" j ( WIlts se 3
Inntl his at Hummer Haven beach and the running. board of the loco--. Property will be sold I : of. L| "Jma !? i* ChlCMSO i
Burton got out pruning expectto little daughter was getting along (\ iV'Tit' ): IINQ :l"J:tNor *W
knife and began uttlng little me- leave this week for that place. In her Hohoollng, he found tliat she 11101 lye paying no attention to the cheap. AddressDR. -

f iiientottg In Weaver's flesh when a The long hot spell of dry weather and lad married had none an with actor him two to weeks work as ago a hinge On bird.Saturday morning" when the H. A. HASTINGS, Headquartersfor

[citizen Interferred and put an end las had a debilitating effect on the ontortlonixt. In a tent show.. ruin left Lunesboro the cat crawledout Crescent City Fla.Louind's .

[.tll the encounter. doctor, but he thinks a few weeks at :Mr. Rognrs la a traveling tnlsston- upon the pilot of the locomotive JIrlM

Weaver's cuts are not dangerous he bench will restore him so that cry of the Baptist church. His rov- mil prepared for an enjoyable BIIIIlath. FINE LIQUORS I.DR.
Round a curve point east of I.
life made It hard for hits
log family
[but they look rather unbecoming In he will be able to enter with his to be with him. ,State Line the engineer. noticed the Drug Store

[a man of his. professions and the usual vigor on his pulpit work at the Clarice was It years old when hu eagle sitting In blue. uncustomed nook the Famous G-reeir River

I mayor felt that his humiliation was expiration of his vacation.Mr. sent her to Chicago! to be trained fora In tha old helmlock tree. When the Crescent City Such as

life In the.mission field. She )ocotnotlve\ was just. opposite to the Without head-
punishment enough. He he has ap- Whiskey a
[ nays L. A. Ballard arrived on Saturday tree the with low Bye a
eagle a
peered or RO her father thought to scream:
I no 111 feeling toward his late antago- from Yalaha Lake county, have a call for religion BO the COUntry lashed down upon the loconiotlvn I Offers visitors nd citizens ache Golden Wedding. Jed Clayton.

,nl.t. where he is acting for the New girl came nlnue, to Chicago. and fiercely attacked the cat,-which. line of ,

Burton came out first bent In the I York receiver of a big kaolin mine Some months ago Clarice made an put up good fight. I Complete Lord Baltimore Rye, P&u Jones Private -
at; Ham '1'. J lLuk'a. She For several Heconds there wan n
scrap but he had to take second that has Rotten into some dlfflcul- ppcariince altle Stock &c.
wits MUu. Fontaine on the bills, royal.. The eagle made half Toilet ArticlesAnd ,
[place In tIe trial. He got a fine ofMS ties: of litigation not because it Is back bunder and operatic illusion- u dozen. attempts to carry away the

and gave notice of an' appeal on poor and despised and n. g., but be 1st." cat bodily, but each time the cat Go to West End Saloon

[.the ground that he was not guilty of 'cause It is rich mine and there la a Every week site sent letters home would make a savage onsluiighter on Druggist Sundries ,
i the bird with teeth and claws and
her folks how she
oiling happy was
I assault that he struck but In
; flrat I tight on among the stockholders forts In the Baptist home and what tina air waa full of feathers. As the

[self-defense all of which theory the control. Mr. Bollard will be here hopes hue had for the future. Then rain dashed ahead 1 the two men In Prices.The J. W. Hagan.

|(testimony of witnesses substantiated. some little time. HiltS met Vlnton a vaudeville actor, ho cab wore filled with npprehen- large part uf pur stock

two weeks ago. They went over toIIL. lon, fenl'lnfflr!\ the cnt. The wh Isle 1 Is of recent arrival.
--a a- Clllf. A. Maull arrived town last Joseph and wore married. They was blown but neither combatant .-. .- .

The Primary Klectlon. week for n week or ten days visit have left Chicago to Join A strolling\ noticed the sound. -

with his parents and old frienda. ompanv that l.i touring the Misals- The engineer finally armed himself We have lately been aprolntoil Agent SOUTJIERl I\All-WAV a
There was very little excitement with bar of the for the American Bicycle audI -
tppl valley., a Iron placed engine Cmpany. Coast and Plant Svstem."TO'NBW'VOKK .
Mr. Maull hall been for the
over the primary election of Tuesday 'agent --.--------. In charge of the fireman and started your mtad la on wheels ( 11
and only a light vote polled. Cast Coast R'y. 'for two years at I out upon the running board to nld your head. mind you) coma and let ua ANO THE BAST TooiNciNNATi.umo uo 1..1 tbe WKBT.

|The bulk of tile voting wan done be jautana, and has been given a two Mr. J. 1C. 1'urrott. his ppt bur before he reached the show yon what we can do for youEDUCATION ".p'" .t'satlt'll hh,. .',.
I.h.
lonthe' vacation most of which he In connection with the congrossioiitl scene of aoliort" the cat had torn arre.tt LImited 5OSpsIi LmiedO. 'I
tore the polls had been OplHI an hour will with his brothers and sister approiirlatlnn. for deep water / hole Jn the eagle's throat and ?.L! = ChIll D.IV I..Uy ex loIn -

awl half. From then on to the'closethe spend In BIsoavne Bay Mr. J. R. 1'arrott i the bird was In Its death struggles. .,!,u.P .. I'i.7I ; Lv Ht AuiKlhttne..... / '0" II,
tuvh* .
ot polls voters simply straggled In Baltimore and New York. vice president of the East Coast Railway : It was curried. into tho locomotive ''mt. "i* '. ,." Iv ...A"K"rl"'....... thh Ill I I' uMe.j p .. "rk..le. .. :a 74& p '
All Crescent City people were ender, where It died in few minitea. ". Fiuls :: 4 4 p lii no lit hill. II AI .I..VI. .... .. a 7 I'' PAr
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In one by one. The result was perfectly deserves the thanks of all peo- I MM. 8:Addr. i.0".SIMM.r.l.5Ms.; "vl".n.h' V..". .8,. e. I 6 .p ,,, .. .. It 0 a 7 I
to the friends ofDr. pleased to have the pleasure of ahort plo. It'ohlll" 1016 a a g 1 P :1 P ; !
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satisfactory
'. visit with him. From first to last Mr. Parrott baitbeen measured/ nine feet from tip to Executor's Notice. W..hl""tl." :, :. ... ':.\I .. 1 a I 8I .. .. ..4 'p tl I
Sprague he getting nearly the an earnest worker In the Interest Up of wings." 1'h.'cnt is much the ".I lIalholf'hihll li.U a Ih"bun.. .. 6.I 80 P a
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full vote of the precinct. At the time Mr. C. H. Oautler.left on Tuesday of the appropriation and the worse for the battle but hn Is being 1ou.U httrobf glean' that all months after, .: New V"rk .: 1.. a .. 11 I 1.0
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carefully nursed at lIe home of the bnreol1 w will present our nual .'. ." for E>ut anil the "ChIlilgt)Hpnolal" ft>r Northwest commit
of going to press' with this page the for Miami whither be goes to pros- action of the conference. committee oniint ftntl vniiaharn *ni.! aIlS to tM dl.h"'Ko .TI.'louth.r.. 1 ..h"I.I.I.' .. ... Viret-ehUsI serylee ni otlor tn.I" Tho i.ulbsraltoItwIly

l Htor waa. far ahead In' the county pact for au opening. He wants to the In approving final passage. the) of Miami the bill Item by and the. nglneer. ____ _ uCHnrah from the BMIiol further II'a.lmll.n, .. onuuty of. of' Putnnmnd Ii TO..I hale the best" dloln car. .1.. Apply toluny 1 .A. .;::tr.(: ; I'

Ith the probability of being the on- look that country over to see if he enate, and its more than probable Cnnits' SCIATICA slate of t.rW.dtwoanod' W. R. Apri..IUOK. __ tW( ."i'kliliflt'tllo..
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fclie primary thus making good the la one of Crescent City's earliest the personal efforts of Mr, Parrott York. writes "After fifteen
Palatkaflie iian to any other Influence. palm from solatia rhnuma- _
prediction of the News. In settlers, coining here loon after the From time to time he has made lam, undor various treatments. I waa Notice. Will at hla office L CRESCENT -

doctor had 1S1 votes, while Civil war, M a little boy. His father : trip after trip to Washington in the induced to try Ballard'a Know Liniment, Wotliw ,IH hereby len that*.lx month ftt b HAIR ctnriNo iw APPROVED STYLES.

( Vall'. wan but 9G. was one of the best known and influential interest of deep water and for seve- this first application giving my nrab re date ...wl.OeoemborT* ".'1 I will present my CITY on Thursday, Friday and Saturdays CHILREN'WORK A HPKCIAI.TV.
I ral .weeks to the final dlspo- ilef l and the second entire relief r final 00" v n.eher* thaonunty Judff .hop .. .nly n Mialptwd with
.' prior .
Next In interest to the legislative men In the county In the tan lor Putnam' county Florid*,and ask in b* rtt.. of each week. modern chair and other oomfort
itlon) oCthe bill, he remained In that give It rnoommendattoo.:5o a
; unqualified lbs turlhsraulmlalslrstioaof the neW
picket Came the county troRllurer.hlponte.t early day being a local preacher of cIty In Its Interests.and !Miami feels : BOo and tl.CO at Aokerman A; Htaw- A Wnoda d_otl. My raioM..kepi In condition' only clonnUrwal -.

Kennerly had 47 votes and the M. K. church, and an eloquent hat she owes much to' him for Ills rt'n, Palatka-. and Lound' drug store, 10ha."I.m. W ,. .; TURn, :,, 'Of& on Cntr Avenu' I .* aN...and aoMumnn are lu.aot

J rooms 9. and forauful publlo speaker. efforts In her behalf.-Miami News. Crescent Clt'. JOB 1-MI teMul parteal aatl4laoUM, .

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SPRAGUE[ THE WINNER.Pit [ the and The first do election It time again.. will of march S. J. Kennedy to the. polls as ''J JOHN N I W ALLEAKEN8.ll WDoll'I W[ [N ;. City Happenings and S. years prominent Qeo.a resident Jeffreys young,of for thin business a city number but man nowa of of : 4 TYi:: PhotograplZ REl.taNmGK, r':III i


uht county treasurer, hy such an overwhelming ; Personal mention.K. $ Lake City, being n Member of the r Has t the etand recently t oouupied by W, 0.0. nrnlnlln,
l 4 has . Co. wan' hero on n 'opmEverything 618 Lemon Street 9,
majority been some "" ... .... Lewis Candy T No J
thing of a surprlHn even to that gentleman I rn' l short butdnoHB trip I thin week. :t In the Photographic Line. Views a
Specialty
won lied D Like Inc Idea 01( MeeIlA Uncle Noble Culliouu Is stlltqulte. 111nt
C Guesser N '
f I.r.. ;t'i ; Nearly and his closest. frh.udx. They o ftt'abreeie.Chad. The News Is requested to announcethat l t69.8ia4.a.lll a8+4t+id.8'..d.'111a..q1_ .4st) 9118'.444 i44ia4(
i looked for his election by a l big on next Saturday and Sunday, d
majority, but being tthrnwd'people, Jimmie C lesser I Second Knpperbusch spent a few July IDth and 20th, the Penlel church .... -
E. WELCH, T. '
p j1n TiM lor Second Cheice- here this week. GEO. 11 4 Ml'Jt
ullr days llli
WILSON, .
1 they were quite wlllinirto overestimate l- will celebrate the fiUlli nnnlversnry A. E. Vic PBKSIDHNT.!: ,4,4
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rather than underrate the mm.fin Ted Smith of IHnh Spring, pAid of Its founding. All are cordially PBRHIDBNT CAaHIq

.: 8ecoM Primary Nee.eessary strength of the opposition." Plilntkn a visit Tuesday. Invited to attend the serviced. THE Putnam National Bank

n t There was no election for countycommissioners Miss Alice Miner has returned, Mrs. J. F. Lopor, M Ins. Annie D.
In Districts 4 and 6. Wants People to Decide By Ballot from nil extended, visit north. and Miss Anltft A. Bailey loft Of" Pala tk.a.
Loper
4 y to Oeci e.CHESSffi e. The table. below given the vote of For or Against Dispensary.John Mr. Caulklnsnf Florxhomo U a bus for Seabreeze last )Friday, and lire sollrilt the onnonnts of the people throughout Futunni County, mum' Ie M.

each candidate from U, S. Senatorto P. Wall came Into town yesterday I HOBS visitor In the city todny.MHH pleaHimtly quartered at the .SeasideInn Wo the courtesies and Boooiuraodatloim consistent with knoll,' Iliuaklug,,,,. '*

School CommlxHiotier, by pre- Goodnll. The ladies. will remain '- .
I morning and saw the votes \ | Gertrude Ilewton was In the --- ,.
WilL WIN IN AUGUST PRI" cincts. It Is worth preserving and canvassed. He has a carbuncle on city for a few days lust week. at the beacliTorHlt weeks.
will furnlHh material, for seveml I HOUSE.
hours study his face, and a tired feeling III his II. H. Shown*an, of Baltimore, The old dilapidated .shed that ornl- WILLARD We Deserve Your Confidents!

political system.Hu Mel., was here" one lily lust week. mooted tho commons oppoBlte' .. J. C. TALLULAII FALLS!, GA.

MMOJOJE.inert POST( KLKt'TION: OOHHII') In undecided. about entering a Uaabo's wula. MInK 1 Probably the most surprising victory second primary. Hays It would cost Seventh! street, formerly used, as a olo.BI",1 ilntol, at Tllllnlllll litmus,
h t'h tll" short nluhoxt' medicine because
city on a visit to fl'lonIM.A. we have
h L ,1 brought to the attention of local I too much anti he don'tl"elllke putting wood yard, was torn down last week AUII"d" "'., ".on '1'0'.'.. ""ranlr'tluuo mall.fha mail,
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W[ C County inter By voters la that of Nell M. Allred, cnndldute up the money; that if his friendsare J. ]Mntrliett, of Koxaoln, was a uul = business.... visitor to the city \Monday.[ ., xl rlne.ern' III II'" 1.11 .
"t for Status Attorney. Mr. All- willing to put It up he will run ( Is very notice bio.Redmond anesn" of III" w'Illnld.uuoo' 'I ho h..llo sl.i We do not believe in
i4'c 361 M !orlly Overt I red has carried every county In the Later In the day he said he was The Atlnntlo Count Line hospital, Guiltier, a promising alai In, bliss Ito' .eehiar of JIIIIO ii,, most arm suonnry" .at the substitution
Fnlle .pone assured
still undecided about That car uflHsed through the city Mondny, I' Rest any prescription
4 Fifth Judicial Circuit. Even Alnchua running. young man\ of Crescent City, was Rates $6 to $15> per week; $241) fc

; ;t,, Grooms. concneded a Carter stronghold, It wasn't necessary. The governor\ The. executive committee canvassed paying[ his respects to comrades nnd to $ -"> per, month. Specialrates is filled by us is prepared from,

r has (given Allred' haiuluoino majori could just as well fill( the vacancy by the votes of the county Thursday friend In the city lout Friday. Mr. to familius.H. freshest and

;4d S }, State Senator< S. TRIM, ty. .111 r. Allroil hud made clean, appointment.. Ho he could If the noon. Gantlur came down to attend. the T. BARRON, Prop'r. j purest drugs it bps.
Representative. F. 8PIIAC1FK
"'r I County Treasurer J. KRSNKKLV ); honest. and swift canyims, mid hud otllce of representative was an .appointed Edgar Dam, of Jacksonville, wax political. meeting tluil evening on the bible to buy.REX .

D s f '1 : gone homo ,HiitlHlIed that he would ofllce, but It Is not It is shaking hands with friends In this court house green, being oliO of the 6.1I.2m:

Tax Collector-A. S. WILTAni win, but he never had/ any idea that elective, and the primary law provides city TueKdiiy. speakers.It CIIAH :II. HltWARDG.
I1 Tax A"MeSKor-G. Io'. ItULLAItD. I his victory would be BO complete.The for a second primary In case d. LOPEH 1IAILKV. I
t (Supervisor of Kegis.-H K; N I S Raymond B. Trueinan. of Jnrkmin-. was rumored<1 on the streets here PLASTER
selection Is
'j no made In the first.
K '1 PKTKIIMANN people of Putnam county took vllle spent Sunday with his parentson last Friday that lire had destroyed G. LOU ll MRin& CO.
4' Under that law only two
can run.
the from the
Commissioners to young innn kindly the Heights. Hodge's saw mill at Buffalo\ Blot King of An Plasten
CC1 ALLEN F. J. FKAHSIDK: JOHN drat, and ILl! the days went by his The logical( candidates would be John Investigated the
Q. Tllnhmnn has to A News reporter I
h HANCUCK. gone Fire Insurance:
strength Increased. He will make a James M. Jhesser and Jno. P. Wall.
North Carolina few matter and found the report. untrue.
(School i Commissioners K.TUCKEH spend a clays
1 They are the two highest and thereare
1 ''i S. J. HIL11UKN, LA- popular and efllvlttiit court official, two between with Ills family. The woods on an Inland. near the mill Lending/ American and Foreign Put it on your back ; put it
A only votes them. ?
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BAN and will out his pledgeto
PRICE. curry every C. H. Guiltier/ of Crescent. were burning and this was I ho mlgl-<< chest it
Mr. Wall conditions. City ; put anywhere
4 wants too your
4 There was not much excitementin the people. He IH built that way. many. nation of the report. Compnnies.Accident pa
In he he the [>nng<>"l through the city Tuesday on ache
wants
Palatka the election of case runs have an or a pain, andy
during y Ps
Mr. of I'niiium Hall his way to Mill 111 I. Judge J. C. Vertrees came over
Rogers rnndldato / .executive committee, to have, separate Insurance:
will be at the
r Tuesday. Citizens went to the polls : surprised result.
for c' nnty commissioner from ballot boxes, so that. the people l Mr. and 1<[1'11. J. I. Wlmberley. of form Summi-r Haven to piutlclpateIn .

S and saved In which their country had after themanner the 6th district niada n thorough can vote "for" or "against" the dis. Interlncheii were. !In the city Wednesday the primary elect, Ion. The Judge The Travelers of Ilnrlford., City Drug Store
o they Ilreldymnde
canvass of the county, iiiul he made pensary. He and uncle Jhninio \to < and Thursday.Mrs. Is having his uminl summer pleasure

,?,;+ g ,s" The up above their list minds.of nomination Is I, nothing but friends, Ills electionwas run the one as John P. Wall, and \ H. A. Jluky In spending a at the siiiiMlde< in which fishing Life Insurance: -

a generally expected., the other James M. Chesser forms the main feature. He has the
the result of the citl/ens work. It ; as -the few weeks at "Hatsiima; Heights as "
The Old Reliable (At'rmania
color to his face, and seem. /
shows, the utter defeat of the dispensary I 1)1'. Frank Mellon was handicapped one selected to carry out the wishes ; the guest, of \Mrs.[ E. Owens. sea dog

a'4' measure In Putnam county from I the. first, Voids want/ a candidate of the voters on tho dlHpunsury' Issue Miss Rosa Coxe has returned from to be In perfect health. Life" of New York. SupposeYou

''I vy i To be I to stand I OH they have decided.. the separate extended visit. David Partin returned to the city
,;, sure Mr. AVall has two more Kitt.> They light shy an with relatives and
.' "t votes than Mr. Cliesser, but It inilxt of on i who seeks to trim The doctor dispensary. box., friends In Gainesville.Coil. lust Friday afternoon from the clay Marine Insurance:
be at heart This looks as If John P. Wall was hills of Thomasvllle, Georgia! where TelephoneNo.
remembered i that the anti-dUpen- never was 11 dispensaryman. Marvin who has been rusticating !
wary vote was divided. between Air. Itut he voted for the measure, weakening on his pet measure.It ; at Dnytona for the few- he has been for the punt ten days The Leudimg Companies' !
"' ( ( ( ( and and 1 his i Is attached to circular Is unfair to Mr. Chesser. That post on ajlsit to home folks On his.
Mr. < name
leaner Wylie. a ; has returned to the .
? There will now be a second primary pledging his support' to the dispensary. gentleman didn't make the dispensary wcr.1' city.Mss return he was accompanied, by his I All Claims Promptly 84 an
Issue. Wall made and Chooser Leonade Courier, of Brunswick later Miss[ Anna Partln, who will
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a In his public talks he Settled.
I Nn I as provided by the state law, ) receded
Y y The first has Oa., spent Sunday In this city, extended visit
round been remain here
accepted.
and this will occur on Tuesday, August from that position and the the guest of Mr. and Mrs. on an Oflloe, 28 Front Bt PALATKA, FT.A: see How Quick wo pan deliver. 1
J. S. Cour-
12th. impresHlon got; our that he wasn't fought. It was a draw. The second I Music loving citizens will again. be .
order for Groceries. Beat !
quite sure "where h... was at. Had should In all fairness to Mr. Chesser. lor. tuunplcf
+; M In this second primary Mr. Wylle given an opportunity to hoar a concert the hot sun all holl'.w.We .
he out '
t come mnnfnlly, acknowledged SALE.
Miss
,, A and Dr. Mclten will be eliminated his mistake and repudiated that bu made without; Imposing new con.. Florence Riles, an accomp at the band stand on lower Lemon FOR .

t and the race will narrow,to a choice circular, he would< IIHVB been elected.. ditions.. lished young lady/ of Leesburtr, Is In street to-morrow ( Friday) night, make a sppnlulty"t

qn i between J. P. Wall who representsthe The people. like the man. lie Is. one John P. Wall will lose even among the city spending a short while with when the Palatkii t'lll/.on'n Bund Palms, Ferns, JapaneseFern I
of tin-in. In vollnirngiilnst him they his. first primary supporters' by these relatives. In for Ihe third balls.A I Fine Butter
public
dispensary. and James M. WllIlII'loar
simply disapproved hiM want of du efforts to "hedge" ill an Issue of his
tw Chesser, who opposes. It. It will be ,clslon. own milking. Miss I Ida Lalb returned. home !last time. If you want to hear tho real
fine collection of Geraniums
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,fit a f clean. fight without the Interference Mr. CheHMer wants to light) the battle Friday. from Fernandina, where she article you shoulJ! be present tolIIol'.1row money sum,
John 1 '11111 Ms .teal
dill( own polit < and Coleus wouldn't handle. the
we
V of the ballots. over again under the tins been for the past six weeks visit : "frowcy"I
't, of other Issues. grave; / and jumped' into It. He. never evening.
same conditions. Hu has. some and lose our reputation far an
,( f. On the result of the second, primary wavered. his allegiance| to the dispensary. ing relatives, A Jolly party of young puopli With many other desirable. varieties ma

> S will depend the choice of the It (rave" promise of being; rights The. Executive Committee will III Messrs. B. ?\.1. and A. G. Leverptt. gathered at the. home of ])r. H. UKstes of plants at the per pound.
too good a thing politically. His[
second representative In the leglida- mistake wast imtcie w|hen he decidedfor give him a fair show. two prominent young men of Lake ) on Oak steot, hut. Thursday Palatka Greenhouse You can anything In DrncorlwProlHlons

ture from Putnam county. the dispensary without consulting Them" the people will give him the City, were pleasant visitors In the night, the occasion being; surprise. that Is EST lit "nick Eon

e )w. s The News predicts that ouch friends the people, lie has. hundreds. of olllce.And when he arises In the next city last Monday.J. party given in honor of Miss Clyde Near Union Depot. Come and see" prices of
in t the who that
14, '+ choice will be James M. Chesser by he loaned his county Inlluonce to regret such an legislature. the speaker will recognise P. Wall jr.,a graduate of Washington }< lIt"8. The evening was whiled away By Mrs. C. B. Heston.

a t Jf r, an overwhelming majority. It iniquitous measure in "the gentleman from Putnam and Lee Law School, passed playing social games and in conver L. C.
Stephen
,; makes this prediction upon the the Hon. James M. Chesser of through Palatka lost Friday en sation. There were about 12 couples r
Mr.( choked off the Holllster. 'Itah for Chexser.LATKK .
Wylle was/ by
v strength of opinions from voters In route to his and all pleasant FOR SALE.
yr campaign of the hot men. They : -The executive committeehas home at Putnam Hall. present, report u

all parts. of the county who haven have iindoubtMdj.v: done him an injustice decided that there will be no extra Mr. and Mrs.\ E.': W. White and evening. If you havnn't .'phone i I'.ae. and 4 4us

,( t been in the city this wet.k looking at but Mr. NVylio will continue dispensary box in second. t pri Miss LaIna Taylor expect to leave Frank A. SILndM.A Pmlatha buy who at the corunrof. Klrl"y mm .MunirJ

4 the return Many of them are men for to run himself a good and nursery< do his part make In money building mary.Candidates. / for the second primarywill Monday( for ail extended visit to Is now the manager of I the OcitlaTa'lephoue .. The house and lot in Block Wo deliver goods to nny port uI

of Influence up Putnam county He has lost have to put up IB7.0O) each by Iliiltlmore, Md., their former home. system Is here on a 75 of 1'iilfitka. Formerly occupied city free,
# The vote will to
Sprague go noun of his self-rexpect, and hundreds July :2.td.: If there Is any surplusleft months' vacation, spending the time
aa +1 Chesser. (Bo:,I( will the Wvlie vote, of men In the county are hU It will be returned to them, pro- with home folks on line Height by Mr.\ Frank; Hepburn

". a t and those who voted for Chexser honest admirers. rata.K and known the
Don't forget !Mr. Hands: was for a number of years as Bungalow.For .

with the telephone company' here, terms! apply at office of

s, ',y b Q Qt '' n o m n b m y = o m m o ; m mr Palatka's Gala Day, and his town people take it genuinepride i LARGE STOCK OK
: 9Sfir = "' .. .E.t: = ;!;. ;;-.o;' In the advancement' he Is making I Henry Strunz. !
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-" "m' S"Q"! ar = ::: :; -.E.-g:.:! ;;, m= Pa, ;; rr---i.. JULY 29th.Mrs. as a young business man and
a "d" .0 '
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}W t'' i*;.g-t;;; ; !y ; IP m i lIuccessfulmnnuger. Japan j

< I"'} : : : : = ? E. '. ?: .g-C ,rII : Sri : : : :- One of the largest colored excursions / The Brown Brick Co.
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'*>' fi i r R i m r Gordon, formerly of thin city to the city this Benson came

C = = 'Q, = N N but more recently of JackBonvllIe, Is over from St. Augustine last Mondaynoon. M] [ ttings
In Palatka a visit to her mother, There were live coaches and MAKE THE
Mallory, U. S. tlen..te. 811 18 15 III 7 11 II 10 18 7 2J4/ 80 23 25 87 6"8 68 811 sa .0 16 7 21) RIFIe. Mrs. O. M. Smith, south Sixth street. the crowd numbered about 6OO. A
Ir' brass band and three base ball teemsaeeonmpaniedthe Largest: HardestAND Ia choice designs at low prices. .1
, Davis, CongreMII. . .. 68 16 15 25 7 11 11 15 21 7 27 40 n 26 28 48 10 62 71 .6 88 M 111 8 87 72'.1. Oeo. Seller of the Wright grocery excursion. In the large stock ,ou i
firm, Jacksonville, whose business
$ r' k hooker, Justice S. V.. 40 H II 21 9 10 II 8 20 8 21 86 88 27 23 87 8 113 68 88 83 .w 14 8 22 698J. \/\ headquarters) was formerly In this afternoon the local colored nine and Best Fire Bride: NEW FURNITURE

a St. Augustine club of the same
B. Wall, G 2 2 1 I 2 4 4 2 128 III S 4 :..I 4 2 5 70 city friend, wag In town last week greeting persuasion/ crossed sticks In a match MADE IN FLORIDA. Just received. Pupuinrpriee. .,

r Crawford, Spc. State .3 JO II 17 7 11 10 D 20 7 21) 84 8:4: 23 28 811 II U 61) 87 83 3S 16 7 28 601 Miss Elise Riles terminated game, but the contest ended in TV STOCK ALWAYS(:, OX HANDat
fi, M >p a squabble In the fifth Inning, and Tllghmau'B Mill. R. S. MOONE|
jr. Croon, Comptroller. 111, 4 10" 8 11 1 17 I 11 20 J6 II 16 SO 2 72)1 20 12 if2 9 18 801 weeks' visit here to the family of N. the game given to Palatkii to 0. -0--
\ A1v McCall II 31 11 5 10 2 2 1 10 8 7 13 16 :n Hilla 6..11 21 22 16 7 7 II S47 she departed for her home la Jack (Some:, one has been mean enough 11. O. HAI1'lIl'hll1lm'lI : :\[, -
7 to enter West View cemetery and '

::5 S. Brown" R. R. Com 27 6 8 4 I 2 2 8 21 8 H 18 10 7 8 9 8 40 H 4 12 7 7 102M sonville.Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Erwin, of take therefrom a valuable/ flower be- \ Mill, Palutka, FU. Undertaking-: and Embalming

Burr, 10 18 1 12 I 8 II S 6 7 16 12 U 7 88 4 50 71 86 28 21 9 12 884 Pomona, were In the city Tuesday longing to the sexton. Mr. Uonnely Racket Store.
Informs us that this, Is not the first
?r } route to the mountains of North .
t r nay .. 17 4 2 12 4 8 4 7 Ii 6 11 18 12 D 9 23 15 10 7 15 8 11 2 11 212r \ Carolina, where they will be about occurrence of the kind, and he is offering have/ received a beautiful everything

t t 'Ward 0. 8 9:. I 2 2 1 1 1 8 7 8 4 6I\ 6 4 4 2 6 1 4 87 three months. apprehending a reward the guilty for information parties. It lot of Ladies' IleiuIy.JIaJe: : \ Chat is Good to Eat

c 'Vhltner ... ::4" 7 I 2 4 8 J :2. 1 6 11 16 18 18 16 4 8.1:. 8 211 12 8 7 11 '207Crill Minx Anna Stephens. after a very I Is to be hoped that he will besuceexe-/ Skirts! to be sold. at a Big Bargain Can be purchased at the Jrorel1d
visit of
pleasant a months' dura-
ful for such
acts are desecrations of price and if wish
( f State Senate. 62 16 5 III 6 10 11 12 21 7 26 82 "I 26 28 40 \\I 40 6b 40 M ro 111 7 211 0541h tion with relatives and friends in the most revolting kind, and shouldbe l you one, J. R.' CONE & SON |

1 Valdosta. and Thomasvllle Ga., returned sifted to the come down and see them.
kPj J l'' Chesser, Leglillature. Y3 4 2 2 4 7 6lO: ] 8 11 17 211{ Itl G 841 4 II 141)) 21 84 8 7 2:4: 819 home Iant week. bottom, and the offenders Newest Frostiest and Best llueof' I IIn
: r punished to the full extent The prices are short, the skirtsare the city at prices that will I" ]
McRae 1 2 :2 1 2 1 8.4 8 10 10 15 11 9 6 2fI 60 10 21) 12 4 2416 Hon. Geo. N. Bardla--eounty Judgeof of the law. This Is not exactly robbing sure to please you

;# u Clay county, of Green. CoveSpl'lng graves, but Is the next long. t
1 f Sprague\ 56 16 6 22 II 9 4 7 10 7 115 27 26 20 U 2r. 7:4:4: : 7 lU 16 27 15 020 42'.1J. wa '... distinguished visitorto to It. thing Yours for bargains, A trial'this. order la the will place convince to get J"1)you"

''t a, P. 'VI\1I.1 4 6 6 4 6 18 1 2 12 18 16 7 9 81 9 30 fIR ::411 211 28 8 1 821 the city last Friday. The Judge -- -...-.--- J. T. BOND. monoy'a worth
was here on legal business.Dr. .
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Pretty Wedding( .
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a. ; 'Vylle t' 84 6 8 16 7 8 2 I 1 8 U 10 II 11 10 13 6 1 6 II 1 9 1711Allred \V. II. Cyrus returned on Wednesday At the home of the brl\.le's\ parentsin Thone No. 87. -117

,-v Stat Attorn'y. 4i Ii II 20 7 l0 6 12 1 2 16 110 28 17 16 27 9 41 57 18 29 113 12 7 26 481Clrter" h'oll1a three weeks. visit In Wauchula, Wednesday evening, Livingston'sBakery

Chicago and his old home In Illinois. occurred a very pretty wedding. ,
1\\ I 4 1 4 I 111 6 12 9 U 11 tl 17 1 10 17 23 5 16 6 1 6 :!OOOrOOI11M ) The genial ,doctor looks as if which united two of Wauchula'smost / O"no.01

et4' Co, Treas.. . II 8 1 10 8 6 4 8 818191611 4 9 5 21 720) 810 6 1 19 2416Jenn..rly he had enjoyed his visit.E. popular young people. Miss and Oi*
T. Lancaster, A. T. Drowning 31" O. Townsend, and !Mr. James L, lne., Umiak

... 47 11; 4 13 6 15 8 15 HI 15 16 27 441 22 28 47 7 82 66 81 811) U 16 7 III r>67'Villard Misses Lilly and Theodore Leyvrez. Pearce were the contracting parties, (Successor to H. Thalgott) lGTo fc|

of Paltttka, were guests at the \Mon- and a handsome couple cnn ."J'Ej
x Tax Collector: 60 m 6 2:1: 7 10 11 11 21 7 27 82 82 25 26 "II l0() .w 70 47 86 62 14 81:1:!: 6 7BIIUard they made as Prides itself that it ..rl<>. .%
son House over Sunday.-St. Augustine they stood before Rev E. L. Todd, I makesa llnlr' oPaP.. .
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A, 1 Tax Assessor 54 16 6 2" 7 10) 11 la 21 7 26 .1 8\1\ 28 tG: 615 12 45 01) 48 HII 49 JO 7 81 6911 Record. as he pronounced the words that I better bread than any .. fllW' y u

5r 1 '. Invitations are out announcing the mode them man and wife. of its competitors.
I"f Petermann, ,"up.," Reg 42 16 Ii 22 7 8 lU ))0 17 7 2:1: 112 U 24 24 42 8"41 64 811 87 .3 f4 7 25 618 The bride was AUTOSPARKER.
Miss handsomely
a marriage Katie V. Wells to attired ..e.fl.........b...(oan'm..II'u.' .mynaW
;; Allen en. Jom., D't. 187 16 120\ II \\I 11 II 18 II 20 1)0) ) 211 22 2'J SO 6 811 58 ::41i SI 48 12 7 21 lilY Mr. Johns Simmm e, which will take In cream .ilk.. trimmed In crepe de That's Why it Asks Your Trade muuUlafruiu rlt.Wr de.orlptly.: will-known\ :bo.klx1:n.k.n.romP.:::.O::
chine; and silk i
ribbons
place Thursday afternoon at 3 ; the groom of and l .", Paw'
f..lla..Ya.
w I' ,Lr d FearnMld" 22812! 1U\ 6 II 7 8O:! 721318924265): ) 684 04 86 87 n J3 8 211 663Rancock o'clock July 81st, at the home of the looked his best In a bocomlng suit Light BreadWholesome l.a.c:::.....ta.MOTSINQeR. DBVICB MM.*

8 211) I 12 6 III 4 7 6 10 J4! 15 18 21i 211 19 22 82 G no 62 14 82 87'ro 7 20 470 rlde's parent on Seventh street. The happy couple were preceded to 208 Mao 3(_*. PenJk"y '"
the parlor by Miss Lassie. Townsendand

s Minton "" .. : I 2 1 8 II 2 7 16 8 4 6 II 16.42820l8'2,6': t 161 Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rowton, of Mr. Stenstrom. After' the wed. Bread
rncksouvllle, spent a few days In the ding .
ceremony, refreshments
yk4> ; i '' Strlrkland 4 16 12 8 10 8 2 2 15 II 7 7 17 7 7 18 22 Ii 81 57 6 12 21 4 1 4 276 city last week visiting the family served to the large number of were. Our pies are as "good as
friends
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) of Judge and Mrs. O. 'I. Rowton. mother European -
... Varnu 4 11 8 J 1 6 8 5 J 8 18 Je 11 11 I 8 II 7 16 JO 8 I II I 21!t J81 They made their departure Sunday present, and later the bridal party made. And if
followed by the guests, left for the you ll see our cake you'll
Baker 'a II II J II 4 2 J JO J 4 10 8 II 6 44 7 8 11 8B 10 84 9 7 J2 240) for home. ; home of Mrs. Alice Bryan, where a say, "we'll take the cake." Furnished Koooni. Bath

The Oem City Cornet Band ((001)) reception was held. Hot and Cold
m Jerklna, "II 12 11 4 4 1 I 8 2 7 8 12 Ii 8 82 8 20 8 6 8 6 117f. -
will give an open air concert on The young people will Immedhitey .- AtROBERT

; fI' f.. Rogers Ii 8 8 II 6 II 1 8 7 IS 11 J2 7 JIJ 8 J 21 58 8 211 8 8 11 942 lower i Lemon street, at 8:15: o'clock, go to housekeeping at the groom's 320 Lemon Street. JAMES'IMuoo '

Saturday night. A good program home near town, he being the .
''S>i i 4 Tucker, JJ PIllS, D't.l 87 18 121\ 7 II 4 119\ 7 1-1 22 21 17 J9 20) 12'.1\ 48 23 25 J8 14 7 18! 414pi has been arranged.Hon. pf one of the handsomest owner ( to Chiu. Kuplwrewkl,. "
.J; orange rp(.I'O '
:r Wells .. 1 II 8 4 8 8 8 2 I 41486415\ 1 8 8 9 10 80 1 1 7 UII Rob't. W. Davis and his grove. In thl* vicinity E. 0. PALATKA. -
Mr. and Mrs. EARLS
Pearce enter. _
daughter, Mrs. A. B. Willard left for wedded
,,' r ;{, IIburl1 'a 2 29 18 8 16 2 10 8 9 17 7 17 25 sa 2'J 24 80 8 ?8 54 86 29 2fI H 8 J9 479Prloe bliss. with bright prospects for a (euooee of 10 IC.lrJ
the beach at atDaytonaTuesda They hap L.HODllrlObon) ol TII.

; .. 8 28 II 4 15 1 8 4 2 U 8 8 19 15 10 J5 26 844 2'7 11 2G W 12 II 18 "iT1mmon. will be guest at the Ocean House. py and prosperous' future, and If the nepal.>e"'lulf. BloYOlee'l\Ohloe.' OliOS. Locke gates O Ocean House ai-:.:'::':: "IMI'"

Mr. Davis expect to return the first li.TJ11 nl1111erOIlS friends prebrlghUle" 'typewrlten, WtU"..
Open Ml
theyeer.
fad 8 12 10 1 4 8 II 8 10 II 10 II 10 14 J2 15 1 8 40 29 18 22 a 1 10 24-1 of the coming week. ,' lees! dims thl. .* wlu nenr Brow ,U3 Lemon And St..other light PAIATK1 Work ttl. CHAS. KUPPERBCSCH, ffQpt.'y



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